|Title:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
|Previous College:||Washington College '92|
|Office Location:||Cain Athletic Center - First Floor (Inside Gym)|
Hal McBee rejoined the Washington College baseball staff as a volunteer assistant coach in the fall of 2017. He had previously served as an assistant coach under Al Streelman. McBee is a 1992 graduate of Washington College and was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in 2015.
McBee transferred to Washington College as a junior after spending two seasons as a pitcher at Catonsville Community College and earning Academic All-American in 1988 and 1989. As a junior, McBee was named to the All-Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) first team, hitting .429 and slugging .681 with an on-base percentage of .490. He led the MAC by averaging 1.17 RBIs per game. The following year, he was a unanimous first-team All-MAC selection, team captain, and team MVP. His .442 batting average led the MAC and was 27th in all of Division III. He also slugged .701 with an on-base percentage of .557. His .435 career batting average and .523 career on-base percentage are the highest career marks on record for any Shoreman. Most amazingly, perhaps, was that he struck out just three times over the course of his two years playing for the Shoremen.
McBee earned his B.A. from the College in 1992.