Gregg Raymundo enters his second year as a volunteer assistant coach for the Bulldogs. His primary duties include assisting head coach Mike Batesole with the infielders.
Prior to joining the Bulldog staff, Raymundo played professional baseball for nine years, two of which Raymundo spent playing overseas. Raymundo was originally drafted in the 13th round to the Kansas City Royals. He was a two time All-Star in the Northwest and California Leagues.
Raymundo himself was a standout Valley player. A Buchanan High graduate, Raymundo began his college career at Fresno City College. While at FCC, he was Co-Most Valuable Player for the Central Valley Conference and a Junior College All-American.
Raymundo transferred to Pepperdine University and played third base for the Waves, earning multiple First Team All-West Coast Conference awards, he was also named to the All-Regional team at the USC Regional in 1999.
Raymundo hit his way into the Pepperdine record books. He is the all time career leader in slugging percentage (.642), third all time career batting average (.362), and sixth all-time homerun hitter with 29.
Raymundo earned his degree in Physical Education from Pepperdine in 1999. He and his wife, Courtney live in Clovis, Calif.