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📢WHABA, Hall High Alumni, Post 96 Baseball Alumni Nomina
Will Fox Chosen As Endicott College’s Elite 90 Award Nominee
CONGRATULATIONS TO WILL FOX, FORMER WHABA , HALL HIGH AND WH POST 96 FARM HAND , WE’RE VERY PROUD OF YOU !
ELITE 90 AWARD CRITERIA
BEVERLY, Mass. — Endicott junior right-handed pitcher Will Fox (West Hartford, Conn.) has been chosen as the College's nominee for the Elite 90 Award ahead of the NCAA Division III Baseball College World Series in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
The Elite 90, an award founded by the NCAA, recognizes the true essence of the student-athlete by honoring the individual who has reached the pinnacle of competition at the national championship level in his or her sport, while also achieving the highest academic standard among his or her peers.
The award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average (GPA) participating at the finals site for each of the NCAA's 90 championships.
This year's winner will be announced at the NCAA Division III Baseball College World Series Opening Ceremony on Thursday, June 1.
Fox currently sports a 3.96 GPA as a business management major with a minor in business analytics.
His academic awards include one Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Academic All-Conference honor, multiple Dean's List selections, and membership in the Sigma Beta Delta Honors Society.
Fox has completed internships with On Deck Sports and Travel Insured International. Through those experiences, he has learned product management skills, enhanced his data research capabilities, generated heat maps to analyze competitors, and sharpened his presentation and public speaking abilities.
Fox's coursework at Endicott also has encompassed marketing analytics, human resources (HR) management, business decision-making, organizational behavior, business analytics and research.
On the bump for the Gulls, Fox has appeared in 13 games all out of the bullpen compiling a 1-0 record, one save, and 18 strikeouts (8.68 K/9) in 18 2/3 innings pitched.
His last two appearances took place in the NCAA Tournament — Bridgewater Regional against the host Bears (W, 6-0) and Johnson & Wales (10-4).
The latter contest was highlighted by Fox recording a three inning save (second career save).
No. 4/8 Endicott (45-7) plays No. 10/12 Baldwin Wallace (36-10) in the opening round of the NCAA Division III College World Series on Friday, June 2 at 2:15 PM (EST).
For the latest on Endicott Athletics, follow the Gulls on social media on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
📢⚾WHABA ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER BASEBALL
WHABA ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER BASEBALL IS NOW OPEN.
The Tobacco Valley League ( formerly WEST HARTFORD BABERUTH ) is now accepting players ages 13-16 years of age for summer Baseball. The TVBL which is now in its second full year will have teams from WEST HARTFORD , SIMSBURY, CANTON, AVON , HEBRON , and GLASTONBURY, all competing for the Presidents Cup. The Season will start week of June 19th and the season will end with the championship game on Sunday July 30th. The cost to play in the league this year is $150 per player , we expect to have 3-4 teams , and the rosters will have 13-14 players. Players from surrounding towns such as HARTFORD and Bloomfield will be accepted. Here is the time line for the 2023 Tobacco Valley League;
REGISTRATION – OPENS ON 5/17 , CLOSES ON 6/05
TEAMS FORMED AND ROSTERS ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUNE 12
PRACTICES WEEK OF JUNE 12
COACHES MEETING AND SCHEDULING MEETING WEEK OF JUNE 12
GAMES START WEEK OF JUNE 19
SEASON ENDS WITH CHAMPIONSHIP GAME ON SUNDAY JUNE 30
PLAYERS WILL BE SELECTED BASED ON REGISTRATION DATE , FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
WE NEED COACHES AND VOLUNTEERS , THOSE INTERESTED , PLEASE EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST LEVEL IN THE REGISTRATION
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