The 1962 Baseball Team played in an era prior to regional and state play-offs and championships but had one of the most impressive seasons in school history, compiling a 12-2 record. Anchored by Hall of Fame players John Carlo (1962) and Don Roth (1963), the team featured star pitcher Charlie Albright who was 10-2 and thre four shutouts, including one against the George Washington University freshman team. The team's only losses were both 1-0 games where the opposition won on unearned runs. For the year, the Mustangs' 1962 baseball team outscored its opponents 122 to 23.
First Row (L-R): Scott Wilson, Tom Cotner, Jim Hull, Rick Yeary, Steve Koelz, Richard Varney, Ben Brown, Pete Russell.
Back Row (L-R): John Carlo, Dean Thomerson, Carl Neuberg, Bruce Welch, John Michael, Don Roth, Phil Gillespie, Tod McNab, Kent Thackrey, Tom Callanen, Coach Tom Christie.
Separate Picture Lower Right (L-R): Butch Duncan, Charlie Albright, Pete Shaw.
Not Pictured: Assistant Coach Jack Gambill.