Active from 1989-1992 • Inducted in 2006
A three-year letter winner in baseball, Pickard earned the 1990 First-Team All-NCIC, 1992 First-Team All-NCIC, 1992 First-Team NAIA All-Distirct 2, 1992 NAIA All-Area, and 1992 All-American Honorable Mention honors. He finished his career with a .350 batting average, 146 runs driven in and 24 homeruns, and holds the L&C record for most RBI in a season, with 59 in the 1992 season. He was part of the 1990 team that won the NAIA District 2 Championships and the NAIA Area I Championship, then went on to play in the NAIA World Series.
Pickard and his wife Marna live in Columbia Falls, Montana, just around the corner from Glacier National Park. They have a daughter named Anna, and a son named William. Pickard works in fisheries for the State of Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks. He is an avid fisherman and hunter, and enjoys camping with family and friends in Montana's beautiful outdoors.
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