Alumni

We have a number of our former players who are playing or played at the collegiate level.

Thomas Crowley (Class of 2017) Merrimack College

2019

  • Appeared in 33 games, including 30 starts, as a sophomore
  • Split time in the outfield and as Merrimack’s backup catcher
  • Slashed .275/.313/.342, totaling 33 hits and six extra-base knocks
  • Knocked in 20 runs, scored 18 more and added 10 steals, five doubles and one home run
  • Smashed his first career homer against Saint Michael’s (4/19)
  • Ranked third on Merrimack with five games of least three hits or more
  • Went on a six-game hitting streak in April, hitting .593 (16-27) with five multi-hit games during the run
  • Fifth on Merrimack with seven multi-RBI games

 

 

Fred Kazalski (Class of 2017)  Frederick Kazalski (Dracut, Mass.) was the tone setter for the Rivier University Raiders as he went 2-for-3 with three stolen bases, a RBI and a run scored.

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Goodin (Class of 2016) Having some Success @ Northern Essexs !!  Got the Win in Game #2 as he came out of the Bullpen and Pitched 4-1/3 Innings of relief allowing 2 runs on six hits, he struck out 2 and surrender just one base on balls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

StigErik McElhinney Junior Left handed Pitcher & Captain (2015,2016) for Nichols College.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kyle Adie At UMass Amherst.  Kyle had two very successful seasons playing in the outfield at the Division 1 level.  He will continue with two more years of eligibility in 2014 and 2015.

Aaron Barbosa Northeastern University.  He had been the leadoff hitter and a starting outfielder throughout his college career.  He has set hitting records for the school, and is considered a top draft prospect in the region.

Syed Sets Ali Daniel Webster College and has seen great success in college.  I asked Syed for a few words for this page: “I’ve had the privilege of being in the rotation for two great collegiate programs. I’ve also had the experience of going to an NCAA tournament, which is an experience I’ll never forget. I learned most of what I know about the game of baseball from my years at Dracut High School. Go Middies!”

James Machado pitching for Brandeis University as a freshman.  He won the MVC II Player of the Year Award for our team, and he has seen innings as a starter and reliever for Brandeis.