Bauldie Moschetti was the manager and coach of the amateur baseball club, the Boulder Collegians, winning two national titles in 1966 and 1967.
In 1969, along with the Alaska Goldpanners, H.A. “Red” Boucher, he was co-named Manager of the Decade by the National Baseball Congress (NBC), an award which is presented every ten years to the most outstanding manager of a sandlot club.
Moschetti won five straight Colorado State NBC titles after finishing runner-up on the team’s first try. He had a national tournament record of fifteen consecutive wins and managed the only team ever to lose its first game and still come back to win the tournament.
Moschetti was inducted into the National Baseball Congress Hall of Fame in 1969. The Bauldie Moschetti Award recognizes the top high school senior baseball player in the state.
Moschetti won five straight Colorado State NBC titles