Gabe Boruff

Assistant Coach at Washington State University

Washington State University
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Last Updated 5/11/2012

General Information

Employment History

Assistant  - Wenatchee Valley College

College Coach  - T.B.I. Baseball Camp

Head Coach  - Moses Lake Pirates

Inaugural Head Coach  - The Pirates


Volunteer Assistant  - Cougar Baseball Academy Camp

Volunteer Assistant  - CSTV

Web References

CBC: Boruff takes over baseball duties
Gabe Boruff, a former volunteer assistant coach for Donnie Mar-but at Washing-ton State University, was named the Hawks new coach Tuesday by CBC athletic director Scott Rogers. Rogers and his staff will finish this season, then Boruff will take over. Meanwhile, Boruff was busy Tuesday scouting high school games, as he tries to recruit players for the 2014-15 season. Im about three months behind from when kids could start signing, Boruff said. After being part of two NAIA national championships at LCSC, Boruff signed with the Kansas City Royals. He was an assistant coach at Wenatchee Valley College from 2005-07, the head coach for the Moses Lake Pirates (a West Coast Collegiate Baseball League franchise in 2006-07), then an assistant at WSU from 2008-11. After the 2011 season, Boruff resigned at WSU and coached the Columbia Basin River Dogs Senior Babe Ruth team, taking the team to the World Series that year. The next year we moved, so I took the summer off, Boruff said. Ive been doing a lot of hitting lessons and camps throughout the year. He currently works at Monteith Insurance in the Tri-Cities, and was recently hired to coach the Kennewick Bandits senior American Legion baseball team this summer. All the while, hell be looking for players for the CBC program. Were trying to get the best players we can, Boruff said.

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The Riverdogs are coached by Gabe Boruff, who is also an assistant coach at Washington State University.

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Gabe Boruff - St. Cloud River Bats

Gabe Boruff
Bio: Boruff is in his third season as a volunteer coach at Washington State, working primarily with pitchers and catchers. The Ephrata, Wash., native attended Lewis-Clark State and was part of the NAIA national championship teams in 1999 and 2000. The Kansas City Royals drafted Boruff in 35th round of the 1998 Amateur Draft. He managed the Moses Lake Pirates of the West Coast Collegiate Baseball League from the 2006-07 and received Coach of the Year honors in 2007 after guiding his team to a league title. In 2003, Boruff and former Bats coach Tony Arnerich were teammates on the Wilmington Blue Rocks of the Carolina League.

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