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Where are they now?

Recent Salisbury graduates and where they are continuing their academic/playing careers:

David Cahn, University of Richmond
Chris Colao, Colby College
Riley Hebert , University of Illinois – Chicago
Jacob Lamb, University of Richmond
George Hewitt, University of Michigan

Will Toffey, Vanderbilt University/ MLB Draft Choice NY Yankees
Austin DeCarr, Clemson University/ MLB Draft Choice NY Yankees
Paul Campbell, Clemson University
Kyle Adams, University of Richmond
Stephen White, Tufts University
Wills Montgomerie, University of Connecticut
Scott Hovey, UMASS-Amherst
Andrew Murnane, University of Pennsylvania
Mason Koppens, Northeastern University

Tim Graul, University of Pennsylvania
Henry Milano, Dickinson College
Thomas Mahala, United States Naval Academy
Ryley MacEachern, Stony Brook/ MLB Draft Choice Miami Marlins
Matt Pugh, Tufts University
Christopher Ramos, Southern Connecticut State University
Aaron Rodriguez, Manhattan College
Alec Morrison, College of the Holy Cross

Zachary Racusin, Marist College
Kyle Musco, Quinnipiac University
Patrick Argentina, Newbury College
Oliver Powers, Bryant University 
Alex Tuccio, Siena College
Garrison Banas, Bryant University 
Patrick Mazeika, Stetson University/ MLB Draft Choice NY Mets

William Shepley , UNC Wilmington/ MLB Draft Choice Baltimore Orioles
John Perri, Fairfield University
James Lynch, MLB Draft Choice Toronto Blue Jays
Mike White, University of Louisville 
Ben Clune, Sewanee: The University of the South

Brookes Townsend, George Washington University
Brian Eggleston, Stetson University

Adam Pratson, High Point University
Hugh Osteen, Sewanee: The University of the South

Anthony Hewitt, Philadelphia Phillies / Vanderbilt University
Sean Cleary, Babson College
Sean White, Dickinson College
Nick DeSantis,  Johns Hopkins University
Chris Dwyer, Kansas City Royals / Clemson University
Phil Blume, St. Lawrence University
Alex LiDonni, Trinity College

Tucker Nathans, Fairfield University
Ryan Healy, Amherst College

Colin McKelligan,  Union College 

History of The Program

Baseball at Salisbury pre-dates the School’s published records, but a team was active at least as early as 1904, making it the oldest interscholastic sport on the Hilltop. For many decades baseball was the only sport played in the spring. The 1905 squad played nine games, and by 1908 the School had grown large enough to field a JV team as well. A $500 donation from Mrs. Samuel Kelley allowed forgrading the baseball diamond, later known as Kelley Field. Ward House occupies the site today. Returning army veteran John Myers took over the reins of the team in 1919, a role he held for several decades. Salisbury recorded its first and second undefeated seasons in 1932 and 1933. Coach Hop Rudd assumed management duties in the late 1940s, and led the team to a Connatonic League Championship in 1959. The baseball squad enjoyed particular success in the first decade of the new century under coaches Dan Donato and Mark Leavitt, several times winning both the Connatonic League Championship and the Western New England Baseball League crown. John Toffey followed at the helm leading the Knights to two WNEPBL Championships. 

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