Mike Spooner hails from Boca Raton, FL, now playing collegiately for Stetson. In his freshman year, Spooner played in 32 games following a four-year high school career at Boca Raton, FL. Mike hit .455 his senior year with 29 RBIs and 22 runs while earning
Danny redshirted the 2016 season at Wright State after transferring from Tiffin University. In 2015, Sexton was a perfect 10-0 in 70 innings over 13 games. He was the team captain and MVP during the 2013 season for Watkins Memorial High School. He owns th
In 2016, local product Justice Sampson made a team-high 28 appearances from the bullpen for NC Central. Sampson tied for the team lead with a career-best 4 saves. Sampson finished 3rd in the league with those 3 saves and was 2nd in appearances. His first
Jay Robinson is a starting outfielder at New Orleans University. In his sophomore season, Robinson was second on the team with a .322 batting average and 5th with 8 doubles. In his first year on the Bayou, Robinson played in 35 games plating 10 runs. In h
Matt Morrow started 61 games at 2nd base in 2016 for Wright State. Morrow averaged nearly a hit per game with 60, including 14 multi-hit games. Morrow earned Freshman All-American honors in 2015, in addition to claiming a spot on the Horizon League’
Henrickson, a Fayetteville native, played for Pitt CC for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. He batted .356 with 1 long ball, 90 RBIs, and 52 runs scored. A Terry Sanford High School graduate in 2014, Henrickson was a four-sports athlete, earning 9 varsity letter
Hendrixson attended Heidelberg University where he was 7-0 with 7 saves and a 1.15 era IN 78.1 innings and 86 Ks. At HU, Hendrixson holds the single-season record for ERA at 1.15. He is a two-time First-Team All-League, First-Team All-Midwest, and 2015 AB
Franson made his collegiate debut against Arkansas-Pine Bluff where he went for 1-for-2 with an RBI-double. He won four letters at Lutheran South Academy High School and was a two-time, First-Team, All-State accolades, was named Houston 5A Hitter of the Y
In his first season with the Miami RedHaeks, pitch Nick Ernst made a team-high 24 appearances. He finished with a 3-1 record with 2 saves and a 3.76 ERA. Ernst tallied 40 strikeouts along with just 23 walks. At LaSalle High School, Ernest lettered all fou
In his second season at El Camino, Casanova is hitting .373 with a .633 slugging percentage, scoring 51 runs. He has proven his ability to knock extra base hits with 10 doubles, 6 triples, and 7 home runs, driving in 36 RBIs.
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