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9/2/14 Baseball U CT Updates:
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9/2/14 Baseball U Tucci Lumber 17U team wins P.G.Northeast Regional:
The Baseball U Tucci Lumber 17U team captured the 2014 Perfect Game Northeast Regional Qualifier last night by winning four games in one day. Baseball U completed this same 4 game run back in 2012 while also winning a championship.
The 2014 Baseball U Tucci Lumber team went 6-0-1 during the 3 day tournament. This championship secures the U's place in Jupiter, Fla for the P.G. National Championships. The team was comprised of players from our four Baseball U affiliates, (NJ, CT, PA, NY). Baseball U CT players that participated in this event were Justin Lasko RHP (2015 Bunnell HS), Kyle Horton INF(2015 Masuk HS), Evan Lumpinski OF (2015 ND West Haven) Nate Panzer OF (2016) and Ben Casparius INF (2017) (Staples HS) and Kevin Weistma C (2016 Bryam Hills, NY).
Horton lead the power surge with a pair of three run homers. His first home run was in the 1st game, an 8-0 win over Long Island Prospects Black, his 2nd, a 3 run homer was in hard fought 5-2 win vs the Bronx Bombers in rd 2. Panzer also collected a pair of hits.
Baseball U Tucci Lumber then beat one of it's in state rivals Tri-State Arsenal 5-1 as Lasko picked up the save and Lumpinski contributed 2 key hits. In the championship game, and forth of the day, with Lasko throwing to CT U battery mate, Kevin Weistma. Lasko picked up right where he left off, throwing 5 complete innings, giving up 1 ER, surrendering 4 hits, while walking only one. Lasko left with a 5-1 led. Baseball U Tucci Lumber hung on for a dramatic 5-4 win over another in state rival, the Jersey 9ers.
Congratulations to all of the Baseball U program's and it's players! The whole is ALWAYS stronger then the parts! What a great team effort by the players solidifying Baseball U as one of the top organizations in the Northeast and the country.
Baseball U CT highlited as one of the top programs in CT.
However, player data that is listed in this story is inaccurate. See below for the Baseball U CT 2014 1st Team All-Staters list below from the same paper. Our 2014 All State player total exceeds the stories 7 yr span that is referenced.
"Just this past 2014 high school season alone our organizational teams had 10 players named 1st team all state in only our 5th season. Since our inagural season Baseball U NE/CT has had 25 1st team selections".
1. Kyle Dunster-(Bstn Coll.) , 2. Sam Ellinwood-(Amherst) 3. Virgil Proccinni-(Union) 4.Sabastian Dimauro (U of Hartford) 5. Kevin Johnson (U of Bridgeport) 6. Justin Lasko (2015 UMASS)
7. Jake Rouse(Herkimir) 8. Asher Tyson (Princeton) 9. Ethan Tyson (prep school) 10. Jake Walkinshaw (Southern New Hamsphire)
9/8/14 Baseball U CT 2015 commitments:
Outfielder Nate Panzer (Staples HS, CT) 2016 commits to Maryland
Infielder/Outfielder Matt Rocco (Newington HS, CT) 2015 commits to Stonehill College
Infielder Kyle Horton (Masuk HS, CT) 2015 commits to Quinnipiac U
OF/1B Evan Lumpimski (ND West Haven HS,CT) 2015 commits to UMASS
1B Paul Salata (Brien McMahon HS ,CT) 2015 commits to Barry University
RHP Justin Lasko (Bunnell HS, CT) 2015 commits to UMASS
RHP Andrew Gnazzo (Avon Old Farms HS, CT) 2015 commits to Princeton University.
OF Quentin Harris (Taft HS, CT) commits to Duke University
Baseball U CT Players at WWBA Perfect Game East Cobb, Ga w/ BBU Tucci Lumber Team
(Joe Fernando-Seton Hall, Andrew Gnazzo-Princeton, Justin Lasko-UMASS, Quentin Harris-Duke)
2014 Baseball U CT organizational roster once again reflects diversity:
This year Baseball U CT's 2014 organizational roster will be represented by 40 different high schools, from 3 different states. The diversity that our CT program reflects is only one of the reasons our organization is a college development program for high school players. However, this kind of player diversity helps to create a healthy, yet competitive environment for our student/athletes to develop in, while our certified educational teaching staff, prepares them for the rigors of college baseball and life. (Please view our roster and the high schools being represented)
Baseball U New England is once again an independent, academic based college development baseball program for high school student/athletes. It's only affliliate is that of Baseball U,West Long Branch, NJ. Additional Baseball U programs can be found in PA and NY State. (Baseballu.net)
Baseball U Heads South For The Summer!
Durham Bulls Stadium
University of Virginia
University of North Carolina
Tucci Lumber Becomes Official Bat of Baseball U http://baseballu.net/news/index.html?article_id=250
5/23/14: Quentin Harris (Taft HS 2015)Commits to Duke
Baseball U New England's Alumni News of the week:
6/7/14 Baseball U CT's Kyle Dunster Drafted by the N.Y Mets in 38th Rd
6/4/14 Baseball U CT Alumni Keith Klebart Named To Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Team
5/22/14 #AEBASE All-Conference & Major Award Winners Announced
Baseball U CT Alumni , Cameron Stone Named Conference Rookie of Year and 1st Team All Conference and Freshman All-American.
5/22/1 All-NEC Honors Award Winners Announced:
Baseball U CT Alumni, James Cooksey Named 1st Team All Conference and Keith Klebart 2nd Team.
4/8/14 Quinnipiac's Vincent Guglietti Named MAAC Baseball Player of the Week
3/25/14: Former Baseball U New England Coach John Delaney named Quinnipiac's next Head Coach
Stony Brook's Cameron Stone earns America East Rookie of the week honors 3/24/14
Sacred Heart's Keith Klebart Collects NEC Rookie of the Week: 3/24/14
3/19/14 Princenton's Paul Tupper Named Ivy Rookie of the Week: