Five Going from The Dino to the Next Level

Five Going from The Dino to the Next Level

Five members of the San Bernardino Valley College baseball team wrapped up their two-year careers as members of the Wolverines by announcing their commitments to continue playing at the next level.

All five players had key roles on the SBVC baseball team over their two seasons at the school, with a majority of them leaving their marks in the SBVC baseball record books.

Two of the five will be heading to Cal State Dominguez Hills in the fall.

Infielder Kaleb Castro, a graduate of Nuview Bridge Early College in Hemet, will head to Dominguez Hills after a season where he led the Wolverines with a .420 batting average and 21 doubles, earning first team All-Inland Empire Athletic Conference honors. He finished his two-year career with a .419 batting average over 203 at bats. Castro also received All-Southern California recognition as voted on by coaches in the region. 

Joining him at Dominguez Hills will be Cy Robertson. A graduate of Citrus Valley High School in Redlands, Robertson painfully landed in the SBVC record books, having been hit by a pitch 25 times in his career - the most ever in school history. He was hit by a pitch 19 times in 2024 (second most in a single season), and scored 56 runs in 2024, which is tied for fifth most in a single season in school history. Robertson also earned All-IEAC first team honors 

Heading further up the coast will be Michael McQueen, who will be attending Cal State Monterey Bay next school year. McQueen, a graduate of Cajon High School in San Bernardino, locked down the center field spot for the Wolverines the past two years. He also leaves SBVC in the school record book, having drawn 63 walks in his two-year career to top the list. His 32 walks in 2023 is tied for fourth all-time. McQueen was a second team All-IEAC selection, and won the conference's Gold Glove award for center field.

Jason Delvillar has committed to continue his career at Sonoma State University. Delvillar, who was a first baseman/designated hitter for the Wolverines, was fourth on the team with a .354 batting average and led the team with five home runs. The Corona Centennial graduate was the second team All-IEAC selection in the designated hitter spot. He also walks away in the school record book, drawing 33 walks in 2024 (third in a single season) and being hit by 14 pitches in 2024 (tied for fifth in a single season). In his career, he was hit by 23 pitches, the third-most in an SBVC career.

Andrew Griffin will continue his career at Whittier College next season. Griffin, an utility player out of Fontana's Kaiser High School, played outfield and some first base for the Wolverines in 2024. He was fifth on the team with a .333 batting average, with 10 doubles, and two triples in 2024.