Five Kellogg Community College baseball players have committed to play baseball at four-year schools beginning next fall.
The players, all sophomores, include:
- Travis Bolin, of Watervliet, an infielder who has committed to play baseball at Davenport University.
- Tyler Bradner, of Howell, a pitcher/utility player who has committed to play baseball at Oakland University.
- Benny Clark III, of Schoolcraft, an outfielder who has committed to play baseball at Indiana Tech University.
- Alex Goodwin, of Midland, a catcher/outfielder who has committed to play baseball at Western Michigan University.
- Seth Johnson, of Gobles, an outfielder who has committed to play baseball at Grand Valley State University.
Eric Laskovy, head coach of KCC’s baseball team, said the players’ prospects are a reflection of their hard work on the field and in the classroom, where the Bruins earned an exceptional team GPA of 3.29 last fall.
“These young men are transferring into very successful programs,” Laskovy said. “We are proud of them and anticipate several more Bruins being added to the list in the coming weeks.”
The team’s spring 2015 season begins in earnest March 10, when the Bruins return from their annual trip to Louisiana to take on the Davenport University JV in Grand Rapids. The Bruins’ first home game will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 28, against conference opponent Mott Community College at Bailey Park in Battle Creek.
Admission to all of KCC’s home athletic events is free.
For more information about KCC baseball, visit www.kellogg.edu/baseball or contact Coach Laskovy at 269-965-3931 ext. 2536 or email@example.com.
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