Baseball Places 24 in Seven Summer Leagues

Baseball Places 24 in Seven Summer Leagues

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Twenty-four student-athletes from the Southern New Hampshire University baseball team have found homes to play baseball this summer across seven different leagues. The Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) leads the way with 10 Penmen, while the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) will feature five SNHU players. The New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) and Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL) will each host three Penmen.

The Penmen finished the season with an overall record of 50-7, after reeling off a program-best 19 straight wins from March 31-April 24. The team set a new program record for victories, surpassing the 43 wins by the 2012 team that advanced to the NCAA Division II College World Series in Cary, N.C. The Penmen captured their second Northeast-10 championship and made their fifth straight NCAA Championship appearance at the East Regional. After dropping the opener, the Penmen staved off elimination five straight times over four days to force a winner-take-all game two in the final before falling, 6-3, to Franklin Pierce University. 

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Futures Collegiate Baseball League
Cam Oliveira – Wachusett Dirt Dawgs
Kevin Alexy – Wachusett Dirt Dawgs
Sean Webster – Wachusett Dirt Dawgs
Scott Webster – Wachusett Dirt Dawgs
Andrew Lalonde – Seacoast Mavericks
Mitchell Powers – Seacoast Mavericks
Rob Del Signore – Nashua Silver Knights
Connor Gavin – Nashua Silver Knights
Ryan Spagnoli  – Nashua Silver Knights
Ryan Sullivan – Nashua Silver Knights

New York Collegiate Baseball League
Nathan Rossi – Sherrill Silversmiths
Christian Aybar – Sherrill Silversmiths
John Stanton – Sherrill Silversmiths 

Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League
Shane Reardon – Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs
Brendan Welch – Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs
Taylor Olmstead – Utica Blue Sox 

New England Collegiate Baseball League
Ivon Clough – Keene Swampbats
Jake Walkinshaw – Keene Swampbats
Dylan Sbordone – Keene Swampbats
Zach Goldstein – Mystic Schooners
Derek Bauer – Sanford Mainers 

Northwoods League
Robert Fulkerson – Thunder Bay Border Cats

Prospect League
Joshua Zbierski – Kokomo Jackrabbits

Athletes in Action
Mike Pineda-O'Donnell – Venezuela / Guatemala