Jack Hourahine Finds Western Nebraska CC

Jack Hourahine, who joined GLC at the 17u level, enters his final season with the organization before heading off to Western Nebraska Community College.  The right-handed hitting infielder committed to the school in February, a decision he came to quickly given his conversations with the coaching staff. “I was lucky enough to talk to many [Read More]

Rawlings Alumni Update #9

We’re back with our ninth Rawlings Alumni Update of the season, recapping the highlights from our alumni over the past week. Highlights Ari Sechopoulos – College of Charleston  Windsor, Ont. native Sechopoulos tapped into his power during this past week. The left-handed hitting slugger left the yard and drove in six runs against James Madison [Read More]

Aaron Duffy Set to Join Brother Matthew at Canisius

Aaron Duffy

About a year after Matthew Duffy, Aaron’s older brother committed to Canisius, the younger right-hander followed suit, committing for 2021.  Aaron, who moved to GLC for his 16u season, opted to join Canisius for various reasons after touring the campus during Matthew’s visit.  “Canisius was a great fit both academically and for baseball. I went [Read More]

Rawlings Alumni Update #8

As we are now two months into the college baseball season, below is our eighth Alumni Update, recapping the performances of GLCs alumni over the past seven days.   Highlights Ari Sechopoulos – College of Charleston  Sechopoulos, a senior first-baseman out of Windsor, Ont. picked up a pair of RBI’s against Tennessee Tech during Sunday’s [Read More]

Right-hander Aaron Rutherford Finds MCC

Aaron Rutherford (London, Ontario) joined GLC for his 14u season and now, half a decade later, looks to finish off his tenure with a solid senior campaign.  The right-hander, who committed to Monroe Community College in November, looks back fondly at his time with GLC. He noted, “GLC has helped me develop as a player [Read More]

Jordan Spring Heads to Bossier Parish Community College

Jordan Spring

Jordan Spring will be off to Bossier Parish Community College when the summer season concludes, beginning his college career in Bossier City, Louisiana. Spring joined GLC prior to the 2020 season, and although Covid interrupted his first year with the organization, the short amount of time he’s spent with GLC has proved to be vital.  [Read More]