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Baseball Coach Highlight:

Monday, August 21, 2017

Johnny Zepeda

Assistant Coach: American River College

Johnny prepped at Rio Linda High School where he was an All-CVC performer and still holds the Rio Linda school record for doubles in a season with 19. He came to A.R.C. as a shortstop but played mostly 2B and LF in his two years for the Beavers. In 2003 he played 2B and led the team with a .377 batting average. He finished the season with 13 doubles and 35 RBI, both second most on the team that season. He struck out a measly 13 times in 180 plate appearances. In 2004 he hit .363 and was 2nd on the team with 20 RBI in a season that was shortened to 36 games. He would finish his career at A.R.C. as one of the best pure hitters ever to play for the Beavers. He finished his career 6th on the Beavers all-time list for batting average with a career average of .365. At Abilene Christian Johnny led the Lone Star Conference with a .448 batting average in 2005 with 5 home runs and 48 RBI. For his efforts he was named to the All-South Region Team. In 2006 he was once again named to the All-Lone Star Conference first team after hitting .388 with 55 RBI and a team leading 35 walks and 20 doubles. He was also named to Abilene's top 100 players of all-time.

 

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Johnny Zepeda

Assistant Coach: American River College

Johnny prepped at Rio Linda High School where he was an All-CVC performer and still holds the Rio Linda school record for doubles in a season with 19. He came to A.R.C. as a shortstop but played mostly 2B and LF in his two years for the Beavers. In 2003 he played 2B and led the team with a .377 batting average. He finished the season with 13 doubles and 35 RBI, both second most on the team that season. He struck out a measly 13 times in 180 plate appearances. In 2004 he hit .363 and was 2nd on the team with 20 RBI in a season that was shortened to 36 games. He would finish his career at A.R.C. as one of the best pure hitters ever to play for the Beavers. He finished his career 6th on the Beavers all-time list for batting average with a career average of .365. At Abilene Christian Johnny led the Lone Star Conference with a .448 batting average in 2005 with 5 home runs and 48 RBI. For his efforts he was named to the All-South Region Team. In 2006 he was once again named to the All-Lone Star Conference first team after hitting .388 with 55 RBI and a team leading 35 walks and 20 doubles. He was also named to Abilene's top 100 players of all-time.