Active from 1980-1984 • Inducted in 2013
D’Aboy was a three-time All-NCIC First-Team Selection (1982, 1983, 1984), the 1981 District II homerun leader, selected to the 1982 NAIA All-District II team, and was the 1983 L&C Team MVP. A four-year starter, the baseball team participated in post-season play all four of his years. He is in six different categories in the L&C record books, including tied for second in all-time homeruns with 26, tied for fifth in career triples with four, and is fifth in career runs scored with 124.
D'Aboy currently lives in Boring, Ore. with his wife Julann, '85. They have three sons, Peter, Joe, and Tom. At Sandy High School, he teaches math, personal finance, and alternative education along with coaching baseball, basketball, and football. During his off-time, he enjoys flyfishing, hiking, camping, fitness activities, and spending time with his family.
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