GW Baseball Players Aim to Improve Games in Summer Leagues
Colonials Are Competing Across the Country with Various Teams & Leagues
June 5, 2014
WASHINGTON -The George Washington baseball program is sending 23 student-athletes to various locales around the country to compete in collegiate summer leagues in an effort to further improve their skills during the summer months following the 2014 season.
GW baseball will be represented in a total of 13 leagues around the nation, including the prestigious Northwoods League and the local Cal Ripken League.
Multiple players will have the opportunity to suit up for the same team this summer.
Four players will compete in the Beach Collegiate League in and around Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Outfielder Andrew Selby and third basemen Bobby Campbell will suit up for the Litchfield Manowars while first basemen Cody Bryant and infielder Andy Youngwill play for the Palmetto Generals.
Elsewhere, outfielder Colin Gibbons-Fly and shortstop Kevin Mahala will play for the Martinsville (Va.) Mustangs in the Coastal Plains League. Also, second basemen Eli Kashi and pitcher Eddie Muhlwill be teammates on the Santa Paula Halos in the California Collegiate League.
A full directory of GW baseball players and their 2014 summer assignments is below.
|All-American Amateur Baseball Association|
|Matthieu Robert - New Orleans Boosters|
|Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League (ACBL)|
|Jon Steele - North Jersey Eagles|
|Atlantic Baseball Confederation Collegiate League (ABCCL)|
|Tyler Swiggart - TBA|
|John Brady - New Jersey Nationals|
|Beach Collegiate League|
|Bobby Campbell - Litchfield Manowars|
|California Collegiate League|
|Eli Kashi - Santa Paula Halos|
|Coastal Plains League|
|Colin Gibbons-Fly - Martinsville Mustangs|
|Futures Collegiate Baseball League|
|Jacob Williams - Pittsfield Suns|
|Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League|
|Joey Bartosic - Montauk Mustangs|
|MINK Collegiate Baseball League|
|Jordan Sheinkop - Clarinda A's|
|New England Collegiate Baseball League|
|Ryan Xepoleas - Plymouth Pilgrims|
|Bobby LeWarne - Kenosha Kingfish|
|Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League|
|Max Kaplow - DC Grays|
|Brandon Chapman - DC Grays|
|Luke Olson - Rockville Express|
|Texas Showcase League|
|Andrew Piccin - Rains/Wright|
|Valley Baseball League|
|Brandon Ritchie - Staunton Braves|
|West Shore Twilight Baseball League|
|Zane Schreiber - Hagerstown Braves|
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