Baseball: Class of 2014 Commits

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La Salle High's Dominic Cuoci, a senior pitcher, has committed to play baseball at St. Joseph's University. (Steven M. Falk/Staff Photographer)


Here is a list of Southeastern Pennsylvania baseball players in the Class of 2014 who have made commitments to Division I programs:

Andrew Bechtold Garnet Valley Maryland

James Bleming Pope John Paul II Lehigh

Andrew Born Conestoga Davidson

Stephen Born Conestoga Navy

Austin Bregman Methacton Old Dominion

Jimmy Brennan West Chester Rustin Radford

Brian Brown Coatesville North Carolina State

Tyler Callender Council Rock North Delaware

River Carbone Downingtown West Maine

A.J. Catanese Downingtown West Wagner

Steven Cohen Penn Charter Lafayette

Cole Creighton Neshaminy Stony Brook

Dominic Cuoci La Salle St. Joseph's

Max Dolente Conestoga Hofstra

Dylan Evert Bristol Maryland-Baltimore County

John Fitz Central Bucks West Lehigh

David Gulati Spring-Ford Villanova

Dan Jacobson Upper Dublin Rhode Island

Zach Jancarski Springside Chestnut Hill Maryland

Chance Malek Garnet Valley Temple

Matt Maul Malvern Prep St. Joseph's

Jawan McAllister St. Joseph's Pittsburgh

Kevin Mohollen Strath Haven Delaware

Andy Moser Bensalem Maine

Josh Ockimey Neumann-Goretti Indiana

Mark Osis West Chester Rustin George Washington

Greg Paprocki Council Rock South La Salle

Matt Renck Council Rock North Pittsburgh

Russell Rhoads Episcopal Academy Penn

Tommy Richter Conestoga College of Charleston

Bobby Romano Archbishop Ryan Fairleigh Dickinson

Sean Sarbaugh Garnet Valley Virginia Commonwealth

Zach Schellenger Devon Prep Seton Hall

Adam Seibert Episcopal Academy Hofstra

Austin Shirley Conestoga Georgetown

Eric Sigovich Downingtown East Appalachian State

Teddy Slagle Plymouth Whitemarsh Delaware

Kyle Stefanic Conestoga Lafayette

Will Taylor Central Bucks West Rhode Island

Andrew Turner Conestoga Long Island

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