Coppin State Baseball Sends Large Group of Eagles To Summer Leagues


Coppin State Sports Information



Coppin State Sports Information


BALTIMORE – After a historic season where it won a program-record 24 games, Coppin State’s baseball team will send 11 players to compete in various summer leagues throughout North America.

First Team All-MEAC selection Justin Banks headlines the group by playing for the Solano Mudcats of the California Collegiate League.

Rising juniors Marcos Castillo and Derek Lohr are headed to the Alaska Baseball League while infielders Nick Martinez and Brandon Watkins to the South Florida Collegiate Baseball League.  Additionally, Daniel AlvarezJ.R. HeavilinRyan McWilliams and Bradley Tuttle will play in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.

Recent graduates Erik Crossman and Branden Redfern will continue their careers in the Western Canadian Baseball League.

California Collegiate League (Solano Mudcats)
Justin Banks 

Alaska Baseball League (Matsu Miners)
Marcos Castillo & Derek Lohr 

South Florida Collegiate Baseball League (Florida Pokers)
Nick Martinez & Brandon Watkins 

Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (Utica Blue Sox)
Daniel AlvarezJ.R. HeavilinRyan McWilliamsBradley Tuttle 

Western Canadian Baseball League (Regina Red Sox)
Erik Crossman & Branden Redfern

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