Below is our GLC Alumni Report #2. As always, stay tuned on our twitter for further updates on all of our alumni in action this spring.
(Photo of Cam Sanderson. Credit: Rich Lam/UBC Thunderbirds)
Calvin Zieglar, Dylan O’Rae, Adam Shoemaker - MLB Pipeline
The MLB Pipeline for 2023 has been released and 3 GLC Alumni ranked in the Top 30 for the respective teams. Heading into the 2023 season, Calvin Ziegler ranked 10th with the New York Mets, Dylan O’Rae ranked 21st with the Milwaukee Brewers, and Adam Shoemaker ranked 27th with the Atlanta Braves.
Tyler Hinrikus - St. John’s River State College
Hinrikus has been mashing the baseball for St. John’s. He is hitting .324 with 5 home runs over 21 games played this year. The Vikings’ infielder has 26 RBI on the season and looks to extend those numbers this weekend.
Dre Amaral - Bossier Parish CC
Amaral has been dominant so far with Bossier Parish. After 10 games played, the infielder has secured a .375 average at the plate, while grabbing 4 stolen bases. Bossier Parish will take on Paris Junior College this weekend.
Ben Morrison - Indiana Tech
Morrison has done well for himself at Indiana Tech. The freshman has put up a .429 average in his first 7 at-bats at the college level. Continue to watch Morrison and Indiana Tech as they play Bryan College on Saturday.
Cal Theal - Niagara University
Theal has made his first appearance of the year with Niagara. The Niagara Falls native tossed 0.2 innings on the mound and swiftly delivered 2 strikeouts for NU. The 2-1 Purple Eagles head to Virginia for a four game set against George Mason this weekend.
Kyle Maves - Quinnipiac University
Maves helped Quinnipiac carry out a four game sweep of UM Eastern Shore this past weekend. Maves acquired 4 hits over the series, along with 4 stolen bases putting Quinnipiac back in the win column for their season.
Brian Zapp - Miami University
Zapp continues to deal damage to pitchers, as he snatched 3 runs and 3 RBI in his weekend against North Alabama. Keep an eye out for Zapp when Miami welcomes Siena this weekend for a series at home.
Greg Ross - Emporia State University
Ross punished Northeastern State on the mound last weekend. He went 4 scoreless innings only giving up a single hit. Ross now stands with a 3.18 ERA for ESU along with 25 strikeouts to his name. Look for Ross to amplify those numbers this weekend against Fort Hays State University.
Eric Martin - Abilene Christian University
Martin started off perfect in his first appearance with Abilene Christian. The Kitchener native tuned up a pinch-hit home run against Southeast Missouri in the 6th inning for ACU, making it his first hit and home run of the season.
Cam Sanderson - University of British Columbia
Sanderson, hailing from Ilderton, has contributed a healthy .333 batting average for UBC thus far. Sanderson has also notched 10 walks and 5 stolen bases this season. The middle infielder will try to help the 9-7 Thunderbirds this weekend against Oregon Tech.
Brett Corbeth - University of British Columbia
Corbeth continues to put up numbers on both sides of the plate. The two-way player struck out 4 last weekend, while getting a couple of hits at this dish. He will join his teammate, Cam Sanderson, this weekend against Oregon Tech.