Below is the ninth installment of updates on former GLC players in college. Be sure to look for updates in the following weeks as the college season continues.
Corben Peters - Grambling University
Peters, an Ottawa, Ont. native, threw an inning and a third of work on Saturday in a win against Texas Southern. Peters struck out three batters, allowing only one hit while registering the win, his first of the year.
Noah Myers - USC Upstate
In a three-game sweep of Charleston Southern by USC-Upstate, Myers picked up three hits, scored four times and walked a couple of times. Myers also stole his 18th and 19th bases on the year as he continues to spark-plug the Spartans' lineup.
Cam Sanderson - UBC
Sanderson picked up five hits in the first three games of the week for UBC. The right-handed hitting infielder knocked in as many runs while stealing a pair of bags as well.
Brett Corbeth - UBC
Corbeth threw seven innings of two-run ball while striking out six batters against Bushnell for his first win of the season on Saturday. Meanwhile, Corbeth is now hitting .340 after a week in which he picked up six hits, including his second home run of the season.
Julio Vasquez - Howard CC
Howard CC swept Clarendon in a four-game set this weekend, and Vasquez was a big reason for why. He picked up five hits and drove in six runs while scoring six times. The right-handed hitting catcher is now hitting .268 with 8 RBIs on the season.
Tyrone Barbosa - Lakeland CC
Barbosa hit his first college home run over the weekend in a win against Hocking. The right-handed hitting catcher had four hits in total, hitting a double and scoring a pair of times as well. Lakeland CC is back at it against Lorain County tomorrow.
Spencer Marcus - Niagara University
Marcus started in two games for the Purple Eagles over the weekend against Rider University and put together multiple two-hit games. Marcus also stole a bag and scored on three occasions. Niagara is set to play Siena College next weekend.
Matt Duffy - Canisius College
Duffy picked up his fourth win of the season on Thursday, going six innings against Marist. The right-hander gave up four runs, striking out nine batters in the contest. Canisius plays Ohio in a double-header this weekend.
Josh Niles - Canisius College
Niles appeared in three games against Marist this weekend, picking up four hits. The right-handed hitting infielder drove in a couple runs as well in seven at-bats. He's now hitting .288 on the season in 66 at-bats.
Aaron Duffy - Canisius College
Duffy threw in a mid-week game against St. Bonaventure on Tuesday, allowing just one run. The righty struck out a pair in the 11-1 win for the Golden Griffins.
Core Jackson - University of Nebraska
Jackson's week was highlighted by his highlight-reel catch against BYU. Jackson's play was the play of the week per ESPN, as he chased down an infield pop-up making a remarkable diving catch. Watch and enjoy.
Jacob Douglas - Ft. Hays University
Douglas, a senior right-hander, threw five innings against Missouri Western on Thursday, allowing just three hits without surrendering a run. He struck out three batters while picking up his first win of the year.
Jacob Gajic - Northwestern Missouri University
Gajic threw two scoreless outings for NMSU this week as he continues to be a reliable workhorse. He struck out three batters against Washburn on Wednesday in two innings and on Saturday, struck out one batter, allowing just a single hit in 2.1 innings against Central Oklahoma.
Nicholas George - William and Penn
George threw five innings of three-run ball on Friday against Peru State. Meanwhile, at the plate, the left-handed hitter picked up five hits and drove in four runs, knocking in four in one game.
Caelan Cunningham - Lourdes University
Cunningham, a sophomore outfielder from Port Dover, Ont. had a four hit week, heping Lourdes to a couple of wins. He raised his batting average to .281 on the season.
Braedan MacDonald - Kankakee CC
MacDonald hit his second college home run in a win against Elgin on Thursday. The right-handed-hitting outfielder walked and scored three times, while knocking in a pair.
Kyle Maves - Quinnipiac University
Maves, a Burlington, Ont. native, continues to swing the bat well at the top of the order for Quinnipiac. This past week, the left-handed hitting infielder collected four hits, drove in a of couple runs, and walked on five occasions as the Bobcats won three out of their last four games.
Owen Diodati - University of Alabama
Dio's weekend was capped with a two-home run game against Tennessee. The left-handed hitting outfielder now has eight home runs on the year, the second most on the Crimson Tide.
Brian Zapp - Miami Ohio University
Miami Ohio played a four-game set against Western Michigan over the weekend, and Zapp started each game picking up a pair of hits in the opener, including his third home run. Meanwhile, he added a hit in the third game and knocked in a couple of runs on Sunday.