Coach Babcock enters his fourth year as an assistant coach for North Central University baseball's upcoming 2018-2019 season.
After starting his collegiate playing career at The Masters College in California, David Babcock played his final two years at North Central University. Originally from Fresno, California Babcock played for the Rams in the spring of 2014 and 2015.
Babcock became the first Rams player to receive Upper Midwest Athletic Conference honors in consecutive seasons. He was twice named to the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference Honorable Mention team as an infielder in 2014 and 2015. He was also the recipient of the UMAC Sportsmanship Award for North Central University in 2014.
The former Buchanan H.S. standout ranks 6th all time in North Central University history in career batting average as he posted a .330 average in a Ram uniform. Babcock also got on base at an impressive .409 clip for his career. On the mound he logged 100 innings pitched en route to four victories.
Babcock earned his bachelors degree in Sports Management from NCU in 2016 and is currently pursuing his Masters in Strategic Leadership at NCU. He and his wife Jess, who is also an NCU alum, live in St. Anthony, Minnesota with their daughter Eden.