When it comes to high school students extending their playing careers in college, the baseball players at Seacoast United are certainly setting the bar. There have been a number of players who have come through the program since its inception but this year’s graduating class has seen some of the players head off to some very impressive schools.
The staff invited a handful of players to a signing day event in Epping to recognize their achievements. The players featured in picture include:
Nolan Elmore- Exeter HS
St. Anselm College; NE10. Division II, Position - Catcher/First Base
Cade Thompson - Phillips Exeter Academy
Stoneybrook; America East. Division I, Position - Pitcher
Garrett Langis - Spaulding HS
New Mexico Junior College. JUCO Division I, Position – Infield
Logan Gadbois - Spaulding HS
St. Anselm; NE10. Division I,10 Position - Infield
Zach Clough - Governor's Academy
St. Anselm; NE10 Division I, Position - Outfield
Brady Desjardins - Berwick Academy.
Niagra University; MAAC. Division I, Position – Short Stop
“The rapport we have with the players is what really makes a difference.” Director of Baseball Scott Dubben said when asked about the success over the years. “The majority of these players have been with us for several seasons and it’s been a real honor to work with them.” Scott went on to say, “I know they will be great ambassadors for Seacoast baseball.”
For more information on the Seacoast United Baseball Club please email Scott Dubben at email@example.com.
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