Varsity Baseball


Head coaches: Tink Reynoso and Greg Hart
Assistant coaches: Danny Diekroeger ’10, Jason Powell

2017-18 Season Records
Overall: 7-17. Peninsula Athletic League-Bay: 3-11

2018/2019 Season Schedule

Legend:  Postponed  Cancelled

Date Opponent Location Dismissal Departure Start Results
There are no games currently scheduled for this team.

About the Team

The Knights are coming off back-to-back Central Coast Section championships. In 2017, despite graduating a dozen players, Menlo wrapped up a Peninsula Athletic League-Ocean Division title and its seventh CCS title in program history. In 2016, Menlo compiled a 20-7 overall record and won its first Central Coast Section title since 2011. Menlo, which also won CCS titles in 1988, 1989, 2004, 2010, and 2011, became just the second school in section history to reach the championships four straight seasons 2010-2013. Menlo players consistently have gone on to play at NCAA Div. I to Div. III programs and in the professional ranks.


Greg Hart
Hart, in his ninth season coaching at Menlo, was a varsity assistant coach the last three seasons, which included back-to-back Central Coast Section championships. From 2011-2014, Hart led the Menlo JV where he started as an assistant in 2010. In 2016, he received the Bagshaw Award for coaching excellence, awarded annually to an assistant coach who has made outstanding contributions during their time at Menlo. ​Hart served as a firefighter for San Mateo County for 30 years. He also coached football at Woodside High and his alma mater, San Carlos High. Prior to joining the fire department, Hart played football at Menlo College. He also has coached youth baseball for many seasons.

​Tink Reynoso
Reynoso enters his eighth season as a Menlo coach after serving as an assistant for baseball and football. He began his prep coaching career with Woodside baseball, then returned to his alma mater Sequoia as a baseball and football coach. Reynoso starred in baseball, basketball and football at Sequoia, then played baseball at College of San Mateo where he led the conference in hitting and was named to the all-state team. He transferred to Cal-Poly SLO on a baseball scholarship, and in 1974, he tied for the school’s’ single-season home run record. Reynoso was deciding to sign as a free agent with the Giants, Indians or Red Sox before an injury from a car accident ended his playing career.