Riley Silva Looks Ahead to Attending Barton Community College

RIley Silva

Riley Silva has been with GLC since 2016, joining the organization for his 14u year, and now, after spending half a decade with the club, he heads into his final year before heading off to Barton Community College for the fall of 2021. The left-handed-hitting outfielder has had a memorable tenure with GLC and has [Read More]

Drew Lawrence Looks Forward to Attending Bossier Parish Community College

2020 was an integral year for GLC outfielder Drew Lawrence (London, ON). The year began with an invite to the Canadian Junior National Team, and later, in August, he committed to Bossier Parish Community College. Lawrence joined GLC for 16u, and prior to his 17u season, he had already cracked the Junior National Team roster, [Read More]

Updates from GLC’s 2020 Class

GLC’s class of 2020 is just about wrapping up their first semester at school south of the border. Under the unique circumstances, their experiences have been different than expected; however, each player expressed enjoyment when asked about their first taste of college this fall.  Below are updates from the ten 2020 GLC graduates; Tyler Hinrikus, [Read More]

Nick Thibodeau Found the Right Fit with Howard College

Nick Thibodeau, a right-handed hitting catcher, only spent one year with the Great Lake Canadians; however, that year was integral in helping him accomplish his goal of playing college baseball.  Thibodeau acknowledged not only the coaches but the players for pushing him, a credit to the overall environment. “GLC impacted my career a lot, the [Read More]

Teddy Brimblecombe is Enjoying His Time at Albion

Right-hander Teddy Brimblecombe spent two years with the Great Lake Canadians before heading off to Albion College, an NCAA Division III school in Albion, Michigan.  The Kitchener Ont. native’s time with GLC was an important part of his development, and he credits the coaching staff and players for pushing him during his two years with [Read More]

William Penn: A Perfect Fit for Nicholas George

After four years with the Great Lake Canadians, Nicholas George arrived on campus at William Penn for his freshman year in late August, an experience he’s greatly enjoyed thus far. His time with GLC was instrumental in his development, helping him develop both as a person and as a player. “The Great Lake Canadians program [Read More]

Tyler Mosher Joins the Davenport Panthers

After spending half a decade with the Great Lake Canadians, Tyler Mosher, a switch-hitting infielder, is now a member of the Davenport Panthers. Mosher spoke highly about his time at GLC and the bonds he created with teammates. “GLC helped me advance and grow as a player, the coaching staff helped me create a solid [Read More]

Caelan Cunningham is Enjoying His Time at Lourdes University

Caelan Cunningham, now a member of Lourdes University’s baseball team, spent five years with the Great Lake Canadians, leaving with very fond memories that he cherishes. “My highlight at GLC was probably making friendships that are going to last a long time. Also winning the league championship in my 16U year was really exciting but [Read More]

15 GLC Players Selected for CPBL All-Star Showcase

Fifteen GLC players have been selected by a collective of professional area scouts to play in the CPBL All-Star Showcase this upcoming weekend. The showcase will feature two teams of players selected across the league playing in a three game match-up. The games will run Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. More information regarding the details of [Read More]

GLC hire Jesse Levine as Coordinator of Scouting and Analytics

The top amateur baseball development staff in the country continues to get stronger. The Great Lake Canadians are excited to welcome Jesse Levine to the organization to oversee the addition of a scouting and analytics component to the program. Levine has worked with Prep Baseball Report Ontario for over two years and brings with him [Read More]