Great West League Awards

Matt Monohan, Tim Brokop, and Jay Vincent all received league awards. Monohan from St. Xavier University hit .365, 10 doubles, 4 triples, and 4 Home runs in league play this summer. Offensively and defensively was considered by many managers as one the best players overall in the GWL. Tim Brokop pitched 48 innings this summer with a 5.00 ERA and was second overall in strikeouts with 64 in the GWL. Tim saw innings out of the pen and in the bullpen early in the season but settled in as the Seals ace this summer. Jay Vincent finished the season tied for the team leader in Home Runs with 5 and also had 9 doubles with a .316 average. Jay also brought home the award as champion of the Home Run Derby in the 2018 GWL All-Star game in Klamath Falls this summer. We are very proud of their accomplishments and wish them and all our 2018 Seals the best of luck for this upcoming Fall and Spring Season.

AUGUST 20, 2018 – PORTLAND, OR:  The 2018 All-Great West League team has been announced by league commissioner Ken Wilson. The voting was conducted by the league managers.

Thirteen players from the 2018 GWL Champion Chico Heat were selected to either the first or second team All-GWL.  The Lincoln Potters had seven selections.

Thirteen players received votes from every manager, though not a single player received a number one vote at his position from each manager.  “Seeing so many players receiving votes speaks well for the depth of talent in the league this season,” noted Wilson.

The GWL Player of the Year, the GWL Pitcher of the Year and the GWL Manager of the Year will be announced tomorrow.

All-GWL First Team:
Catcher – Parke Phillips – Chico Heat (Brown University)
First Baseman – Mike Hicks – Klamath Falls Gems (University of Portland)
Second Baseman – Will Law – Lincoln Potters (William Jessup University)
Third Baseman – Matt Monahan – San Francisco Seals (St. Xavier University)
Shortstop – Riley Kasper – Medford Rogues (Saddleback College)
Outfield – Cole Carder – Medford Rogues (University of Antelope Valley)
Outfield – Brian Morley – Lincoln Potters (Old Dominion)
Outfield – Cole Lemmel – Chico Heat (Cal Berkeley)
Designated Hitter – Joe Starich – Lincoln Potters (William Jessup University)
Starting Pitcher – Justin Sterner – Chico Heat (Brigham Young)
Starting Pitcher – Shane Gustafson – Chico Heat (Nevada – Reno)
Starting Pitcher – Blake Hannah – Chico Heat (UC – Davis)
Starting Pitcher – Ryan Sanchez – Chico Heat (Hawaii Pacific)
Relief Pitcher – Wesley Clawson – Chico Heat (San Jose State)
Relief Pitcher – Reid McLaughlin – Chico Heat (Brigham Young)

ALL-GWL Second Team:
Catcher – Jacob Terao – Yuba Sutter Gold Sox (University of Portland)
First Baseman – Joe Debaca – Chico Heat (UC – San Diego)
Second Baseman – Andrew Meggs – Chico Heat (Creighton)
Third Baseman – Wyatt Branch – Chico Heat (Dixie State)
Shortstop – (tie) – Larry Fonseca – Lincoln Potters (Cal State – Northridge) and Brice Foster – Klamath Falls Gems (Menlo College)
Outfield – Charles Middleton – Lincoln Potters (Sierra College)
Outfield – Brandon Stewart – Chico Heat (UC – San Diego)
Outfield – Brody Clifford – Yuba Sutter Gold Sox (Dixie State)
Designated Hitter – (tie) Tanner Cantwell – Medford Rogues (Montana State – Billings) and Mitchell Neunborn – Medford Rogues (North Iowa Area CC)
Starting Pitcher – Tanner Simpson – Medford Rogues (Lewis-Clark State)
Starting Pitcher – Jakob Frederick – Lincoln Potters (San Joaquin Delta)
Starting Pitcher – Bobby Voortmeyer – Medford Rogues (Columbia Basin)
Starting Pitcher – Tim Brokop – San Francisco Seals (St. Xavier University)
Relief Pitcher – Brayden Bonner – Chico Heat (Dixie State)
Relief Pitcher – Tyler Cochran – Lincoln Potters (Folsom Lake College)

HONORABLE MENTION:
Chico Heat – Alex Crouch (Cosumnes River College), Tim Firth (Texas A&M – Arkana), Cole Galvagno (Folsom Lake College), Matt Kimura (Chico State), Dalton Smith (Chico State), Klamath Falls Gems – Kyle Yamada (Hawaii – Hilo),  Lincoln Potters – Austen Swift (William Jessup University) ,  Medford Rogues – Tommy Ahlstrom (Simpson University), Blake Baumgartner (UC – San Diego),  Kolby Button (Shasta College), Cole Elvis (Cal Berkeley), Gabe Smith (Everett CC), San Francisco Seals – Jay Vincent (University of Pikeville)


ABOUT THE GREAT WEST LEAGUE
The Great West League is one of the premier summer collegiate wood bat leagues in North America, providing a professional, minor league-like atmosphere for top college players seeking professional baseball careers, while providing affordable family entertainment and enriching the quality of life in its member communities.

Youth Baseball Camps at San Leandro High School: Summer 2017

Register Now For our EARLY BIRD SPECIAL ending May 1, 2017

Date TimeAgesLocationEnrollment
June 19-239am-3pm6-14San Leandro
High School
Register
July 24-289am-3pm6-14San Leandro
High School
Register

Price:

  • Full Week Early Bird: $220($20 saving)

  • 4-days Early Bird: $185 ($15 saving)

  •  attending 1-3 days: $55 per day

Add-ons (Full Week)

  • Pre Care: 8:00am – 9:00am: $25

  • After Care price 3:00pm – 5:00pm: $50

  • Pre Care/ After Care 8:00am – 5:00pm: $75

Discounts: (Subtracted after total)

  • 5% Multiple Camps

  • 5% Sibling

  • 10% for multiple and sibling

News: Seals Join Great West Summer Collegiate Baseball League

Great_West_LeagueThe Great West League gives the Seals a great opportunity to play in a prestige league. The league is going into its 3rd year of operation and offers great competition with professional, minor-league like atmosphere. While running as an Independent team the last few years the Seals have played 16-18 home games in the summer and have traveled extensively throughout several states and internationally to play top competition from different Leagues. Some of the states include Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Alaska, Kansas, and internationally into Canada. By joining the Great West League it will allow us to continue to still travel and play a highly competitive schedule. It will also give us the benefit of playing 26-30 home games out of the newly renovated College of Alameda baseball field. This will give the community an opportunity to see these highly talented college athletes, who are the pros of the future, right here in the city of Alameda. To see the press release from the Great West League Website please click the link: Seals News Release

Youth Baseball Camps at College of Alameda: Winter 2017 / 2018 (December/ January)

 

2017 / 2018 Winter Camp Sessions

 

Winter Camp #1 December 27 – 29, 2017

Location: College of Alameda 555 Ralph Appezzatto Memorial Pkwy. Alameda, CA, 94501

Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Ages: 6-14


Winter Camp Dec 27 – 29
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Winter Camp #2 January 2 – 5, 2018

Location: College of Alameda 555 Ralph Appezzatto Memorial Pkwy. Alameda, CA, 94501

Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Winter Camp Jan 2 – 5
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Youth Baseball Camp at Antioch High School: Summer 2017

Register Now For our EARLY BIRD SPECIAL ending May 1, 2017

DateTime AgesLocation Enrollment
June 19-239am-3pm6-14Antioch High SchoolRegister
July 10-149am-3pm6-14Antioch High SchoolRegister
July 24-289am-3pm6-14Antioch High SchoolRegister

Price:

  • Full Week Early Bird: $220($20 saving)

  • 4-days Early Bird: $185 ($15 saving)

  •  attending 1-3 days: $55 per day

Add-ons (Full Week)

  • Pre Care: 8:00am – 9:00am: $25

  • After Care price 3:00pm – 5:00pm: $50

  • Pre Care/ After Care 8:00am – 5:00pm: $75

Discounts: (Subtracted after total)

  • 5% Multiple Camps

  • 5% Sibling

  • 10% for multiple and sibling