Hall of Fame Inductees

Eric Storm

Eric Storm played at Butler County Community College from the Fall of 1986 through the Spring of 1988. During the 1987 an 1988 seasons, Eric helped lead the Grizzlies to 69 wins. In 1998 he helped slug BCCC to a conference championship, a sub-regional championship and the school's first ever Region VI title. That year Eric belted a school record 27 home runs, a number that led the country. In Eric's two-year career at Butler County Community College, he launched 41 home runs (also a school record). Eric earned KJCCC All-Conference honors as well as being named First Team on the All-Region VI team. After graduation from BCCC, Eric moved on to Purdue University where he terrorized Big 10 Pitchers for two seasons.

Eric Storm played at Butler County Community College from the Fall of 1986 through the Spring of 1988. During the 1987 an 1988 seasons, Eric helped lead the Grizzlies to 69 wins. In 1998 he helped slug BCCC to a conference championship, a sub-regional championship and the school's first ever Region VI title. That year Eric belted a school record 27 home runs, a number that led the country. In Eric's two-year career at Butler County Community College, he launched 41 home runs (also a school record). Eric earned KJCCC All-Conference honors as well as being named First Team on the All-Region VI team. After graduation from BCCC, Eric moved on to Purdue University where he terrorized Big 10 Pitchers for two seasons.

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