|Position:||Undergraduate Assistant Coach|
|Height:||Undergraduate Assistant Coach|
|Other College:||Riverside CC|
Brett Hambright is in his second season as a student assistant coach at the University of Oregon where he spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons playing catcher.
Hambright helped lead Oregon to within one game of the College World Series during his senior season, while winning a school-record 46 games. With Hambright at catcher, Oregon advanced to the school’s first ever Super Regional in the modern era. UO finished the season ranked in all five polls, including a No. 11 ranking by Baseball America.
During his two seasons in Eugene, the Ducks were 49-23 when Hambright started behind the plate. The Corona, Calif. native spent one season at Riverside Community College after playing his freshman season at UC Riverside.
Hambright was selected twice in the Major League Baseball draft, getting picked in the 34th round by the Philadelphia Phillies in 2007 and in the 38th round by the Colorado Rockies in 2009.
Hambright is a 2007 graduate of Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore, Calif., and his brother (Ryan) is an infielder on the Oregon baseball team.