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Douglas Signs with Garden City

Great Lake Canadians right handed pitcher, Jacob Douglas has signed with Garden City Community College in Garden City, Kansas for this upcoming fall.  Jacob, a member of the GLC 17U team this year will leave the program as statistically, one of the most dominant Great Lake Canadian pitchers in the history of the program.  After dominating the 16U CPBL league last year, this season Jacob currently leads the GLC 17U club in innings pitched, strike-outs and ERA.  His ability to command the zone with three pitches allows Jacob to have the success he has had in the past couple years.

Jacob will join a Broncobusters program that is very familiar with the Great Lake Canadians.  CFS Original, Tyrus Barclay who is coming off a very successful freshman season will show Jacob the way down in Garden City.  A strong Junior College loop with plenty of GLC Alumni, Jacob will have opportunity to compete at a very high level of college baseball in hopes to move on to a solid four year fit after his time at Garden City.

Congratulations to Jacob on finding a great fit to continue his impressive career.

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Sanderson Heads West to UBC

Great Lake Canadian INF Cam Sanderson (Ilderton, Ontario) has committed to the University of British Columbia for fall of 2018.  Sanderson, an original GLC member has been a leader on all  4 GLC teams in his career.  Known for his speed and his outstanding defense, Cam has the tools to step in and contribute early in his college career.  Sanderson impressed UBC staff this past fall with a strong showing at the Tournament 12 hosted by the Toronto Blue Jays.  

Cam will join GLC Alum, and fellow GLC Original, Will Nitransky out in Vancouver in 2018.    Coach Chris Pritchett, former Major Leaguer and Coach Shawn Bowman currently in their second season at UBC lead one of the more impressive development staffs in all of college baseball.  The T-Birds had 2 top 10 round draft picks last year in the 2016 MLB Amateur Players Draft.  

Congratulations to Cam and his family on finding a great fit both athletically and academically!

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Garner Spoljaric Signs at Heartland CC

GLC RHP Garner Spoljaric has signed his letter of intent to attend Heartland CC in Illinois for the fall of 2017.  He will join teammate and fellow GLC RHP Jonathan Burkhart as a member of the Hawks.  Spoljaric, an original member of the Great Lake Canadians has made some exciting progress on the mound over the past year.  Impressive outings this past fall in front of the Heartland coaching staff, on one of the college trips, generated the significant interest that ultimately lead to this great opportunity.  

Heartland CC, located in Normal Illinois, is home to one of the nicest Junior College facilities in the midwest and the program holds a strong reputation of sending their guys off to 4 year schools.  Garner will have every chance to be successful for the Hawks and the way he has progressed over the last year will look to step in and be a guy that logs a lot of innings for them.

Congrats to Garner and family on his commitment.  

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Whalen joins GLC Alumni at Dodge City

GLC RHP Tyler Whalen will follow teammates Jacob English and Eric Lindsay to Dodge City CC this upcoming fall.  Whalen, a Hamilton, Ontario native and a product of Hamilton Minor Baseball has committed to the Conqs for the fall of 2017.  Whalen has been a workhorse for the GLC in the past two years and brings a compete level to the game that is unmatched.  This attribute, among many others, will lead him to success at the college level according to GLC 17U Manager Jeff Helps, “Ty’s a bulldog.  When he got the ball he gave our team a chance to win.  Even on the days he didn’t have his best stuff, he found a way to give us a chance.”

No stranger to GLC players, Dodge City CC will add their fourth GLC in three years.  GLC Alumni, Dalton Harvey paved the way for English, Lindsay and now Whalen.  A perennial powerhouse in the strong Kansas Jayhawk Junior College Conference, the Conqs give their players the opportunity to compete in one of the more competitive junior college loops in the country while exposing them to many 4 year schools.

Congratulations to Tyler and his family on the first of many accomplishments!

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Orenczuk Becomes Newest GLC to Receive Scholarship

GLC OF Alex Orenczuk has committed to Colby CC in Kansas for the fall of 2017.  Orenczuk (London, Ontario) a product of Oakridge Minor Baseball was approached by Colby CC staff after a successful showcase day at the 2016 Centrefield Sports Showcase back in October.  Alex is entering his 2nd full season with the GLC and continues to mature and develop into a very solid college prospect. “Al has come a long way over the past couple of years.  His physical upside has always been exciting, but recently the maturity in his game has allowed for him to really take off” says 17U Manager Jeff Helps.  

Alex joins the Trojans who compete in the West division of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCAA).  A conference that is not only highly competitive but also home to several GLC Alumni.  Dalton Harvey (2015), Matt Warkentin (2015), Tyrus Barclay (2016), Eric Lindsay (2016), Jake English (2017), Corben Peters (2017) are all current or future GLC alumni to attend KJCCC programs.  

Congratulations to Alex and his family.  Alex’s commitment marks the 11th GLC member in the 2017 class to receive a scholarship and the 12th in the entire program since November 2016.

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Original GLC Matt Warkentin Commits to Xavier University

Matt Warkentin (Leamington, Ontario) has committed to Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio for the fall of 2017.  Warkentin, a member of the Inaugural Great Lake Canadians is currently attending baseball powerhouse Johnson County CC in Overland Park, Kansas.

Warkentin known not only for his high skill level but also for his hard work and dedication was on many major D1 radars before committing to Xavier.  A professional prospect out of high school, Matt feels that Xavier is a good fit for him both academically and on the baseball field.  

Matt continues to be a great ambassador of the Great Lake Canadians and we look forward to following him this year in Kansas and in the future at Xavier.

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Corben Peters heads to Cloud County

Great Lake Canadian RHP Corben Peters has signed his National Letter Intent to attend Cloud County Community College in Kansas this upcoming fall.  Corben, an Ottawa native, enters his second year with the GLC this spring.  

Corben joins the T-Birds, a member of the West Division of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference, Corben will compete against some familiar faces during his career.  Dodge City CC, home to former GLC Dalton Harvey, Eric Lindsay and future home to current GLC Jake English along with Garden City CC, home to former GLC catcher Tyrus Barclay both compete in the same conference.  Known for its competitive schedule and sending guys onto four year schools, the Jayhawk league is one of the top junior college loops in the country and will continue to be a great avenue for GLC players to develop.  

Congrats to Corben and family as their dedication and hard work has paid off!

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Jenkins Santa Clara Bound

GLC OF Matt Jenkins (Toronto, Ontario) has committed to Santa Clara University for the fall of 2018.  Jenkins, who verbally committed after visiting campus in November, was impressed with not only the baseball program but also the school’s impressive academic reputation.  A top scholar, looking to major in Engineering, Jenkins will join the Broncos who play within the very strong West Coast Conference.  

Matt joined the GLC in the fall of 2015 and spent the 2016 summer with the GLC 16U club.  A physical force on the field, Manager Brock Kjeldgaard feels Jenkins could develop into a big time college player.  “He’s got all kinds of potential.  He’s a big physical kid that will be a lot of fun to watch develop” says Kjeldgaard.  

Congratulations to Matt, as his hard work in the classroom and on the field have allowed him to find the perfect fit!

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Jake English locked in with Dodge City CC

Great Lake Canadian RHP Jake English becomes the 10th GLC to commit this fall as he has signed to play at Dodge City CC.  English (London, Ontario), a product of Oakridge Minor Baseball, will become the third pitcher in two years to join the Conquistadors family.  Jake established himself as a premier arm within the province over the past two years under the tutelage of GLC pitching coordinator, Adam Arnold.  An impressive 2016 campaign would find Jake receiving many accolades including a selection to both the Tournament 12 and the Junior National Team.  A fastball in the upper 80s and very good feel for a breaking ball make Jake a very impressive college prospect.  

English will join teammate Eric Lindsay down in Dodge City next fall and follow in the steps of former GLC Dalton Harvey who will finish his Sophomore year this spring. Dodge City, one of the perennial Kansas JUCO powerhouses has become a strong option for GLC players.  Two years removed from the JUCO world Series, hopefully the Conqs will remain one of the top teams in the nation led by Great Lake Canadian Alumni.


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Dallas Hunter Signs at Parkland College

GLC RHP Dallas Hunter (Simcoe, Ontario) becomes the newest member of the 2017 GLC pitching class to find a post secondary fit for next fall.  Hunter will head to Champaign, IL and join the Parkland College Cobras. Hunter, a product of Simcoe Minor Baseball, always an intense competitor had a great fall for the GLC and saw his continued hard work pay off by performing very well on all GLC college trips.  Dallas’ ability to compete gives him an edge at any level of the game.

Parkland College, a member of the Midwest Athletic Conference, a solid Illinois Junior College conference, sent 17 players on last season to four year schools.  Dallas will join the Cobras in the fall and look to make an impact immediately.  

Congratulations to Dallas and family!

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