Active from 1947-1950 • Inducted in 2010
As a four-year letter winner in baseball, Wright handled most of the Pioneers pitching. In 1948 he pitched 14 flawless innings in a doubleheader against Puget Sound, earning two victories. That same season, Wright helped lead the team to the Northwest Conference Champion title. His junior year, he was credited with all three L&C wins despite a season-long elbow injury and put up a .364 batting average. In 1950, his senior year, Wright pitched 11 games, earning four wins and was named to the All-Conference team. (Inducted posthumously in in 2010)
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