With one season already in the books, the York College Club Baseball team is set on improving its previous record as well as competing with teams that are in the NCBA from the East Coast. The York College Club Baseball team has divided its membership into two teams: Green and White, and both will actively compete on differing schedules. Upcoming games for the Green team include: Loyola University, Mount St. Mary's, Princeton University, Johns Hopkins University, and Rutgers University. The upcoming games for the White team include: Villanova University, LaSalle University, American University, Bloomsburg University, and TCNJ.
The roster for the White team is as followed: Mike Basile, Jeff Coy, Ron DeAngelus, Mark Della Vella,
Tyler Doherty, Rob Engel, Pat Hagerty, Luke Higgins, Alex Kirk, Andrew Kosa, Mike Krouse, Jake Orner, Collin Ruby, Brian Serviss, Ray Spencer, and Gunner Vogt. The Green team is as followed: Brad Alexander, Dave Anderson, Andrew Aquila, Nolan Boushell, Josh Brown, Mike Croskey, Brian Gauthier, Kyle Gelsinger, Jake Honschke, Dan Jones, Logan Malane, Mike Schell, Dan Solomon, Ray
Taylor, Louie Venuti, and Will Wallace. The lineups for each team are not set in stone but each team is expected to play competitively and will turn some heads.
From what I have seen at practice and around campus, the guys are meshing well both as teammates and friends. During practice, players are producing, getting quality cuts in at the cage, pitchers are throwing gas and many of the players are versatile and can play more than one position. Underclassmen that I believe will have a break out season include Nolan Boushell, Dave Anderson, Mike Croskey, and Louie Venuti. From what I have seen, these players are developing well and are playing to their full potential. All that separates these players between their projected production is time. No matter what, every single player on this team will play great and I expect a lot out of each and every one of the players. This season is going to be great and the wait for game day gets smaller by the minute every day. Thank God, it's baseball season.