Active from 1990-1994 • Inducted in 2016
Jake Smith was a member of the football and baseball teams, earning baseball All-Conference First-Team, All-District II and All-Area West Coast Team selections in 1993. The Pioneers won the conference and area championships in 1990, making the NAIA World Series. The team was inducted into the Lewis & Clark Hall of Fame in 2002. Over his four seasons on the diamond, the team finished with a record of 81-62 with 28 wins in 1992. Smith also competed with Lewis & Clark's championship football team in 1989 and the runner-up squads in 1990 and 1992.
Jake and his family currently live in Lake Oswego, Ore. and he serves as the Director of Strategic Planning for SSD (Solid State Disks) Software at Intel. For enjoyment, he coaches his children’s sports teams within his community.
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