Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association – 2021 – Week 2 Summary

Saturday September 18, 2021

Saint Mary’s Huskies @ Acadia Axemen

In Game 1, Acadia beat SMU by a score of 3 to 2. The Acadia offense was not exactly on fire with only 3 hits as a group – one each from G Cullerton, Pat MacWilliam, and Jacobie Ford – but they were good enough to get it done. Jake MacKinnon went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 8 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 7, and throwing a total of 102 pitches. Acadia committed 1 Error in the game. For SMU, Larry Barton led the way for SMU with 2 Hits, a Walk, and both of the team’s RBI’s. Oscar Kozariz and Logan MacNeil chipped in with two hits each of their own. Spencer Murray took the Loss, giving up 3 Hits and 2 Earned Runs over 5 2/3 innings, while Walking 5, Striking Out 7, and throwing a total of 115 pitches. SMU committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Acadia tripled SMU’s output for a 9 to 3 Win. The Acadia offense woke up in this game with 8 of their 9 batters recording Hits. Top hitters included Jackson Colbourne (2 for 3 with a Walk), G Cullerton (1 for 2 with a Walk and a Run Scored), Cam Lynds (1 for 2 with a Walk, an RBI, and 3 Runs Scored), and Seth Routhledge (1 for 3 with Two RBI’s and a Run Scored). Jacobie Ford went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 4 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 99 pitches. Acadia committed 2 Errors in the game. For SMU, Spencer Murray, Oscar Kozariz, Logan Raftus, and Logan MacNeil chipped in with a hit each. Cameron Hughes took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 5 Earned Runs over 3 1/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 78 pitches. SMU committed 2 Errors in the game.

University of New Brunswick Reds @ Holland College Hurricanes

In Game 1, Holland College topped UNB by a score of 6 to 4. The Holland College offense was led by Jack MacKenzie (2 for 3 with a Walk and a Run Scored), Drew Grady (2 for 4 with 2 RBI’s), and Ben MacDougall (1 for 3 with a Walk, 3 RBI’s, and a Run Scored). Cody LeBlanc pitched 3 2/3 innings in relief of Starter Ronny De La Cruz to take the Win, giving up 2 Earned Runs and 0 Hits while Walking 7, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 84 pitches. Holland College committed 3 Errors in the game. UNB could only manage 2 hits in the game – one each from Nick St Pierre and Matt Nason. Connor Hill chipped in with a couple of Walks and an RBI. Starter Rylan Matchett took the Loss, giving up 6 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 4 2/3 innings, while Walking 2, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 75 pitches. UNB committed no Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Holland College dominated for an 8 to 1 Win. The Holland College offense was led by Garret Herbert (2 for 2 with a Walk, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Rhyan Storr (2 for 3 with a Walk and 2 RBI’s) and Dylan Worth (1 for 2 with 2 Walks, an RBI and 2 Runs Scored). Jack MacKenzie went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 5 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 7, and throwing a total of 102 pitches. Holland College committed 3 Errors in this game as well. For UNB, leadoff man Connor Hill was 2 for 3, while Nick Rushton, David Bunce, and Luke Smith chipped in with a hit each. Starter Nick St Pierre took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 4 innings, while Walking 3, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 61 pitches. UNB committed 2 Errors in the game.

St. Francis Xavier X-Men @ Dalhousie Tigers

In Game 1, STFX topped Dal by a score of 5 to 4 in 8 innings. The STFX offense was led by Michael Sampson (2 for 4 with an RBI and a Run Scored), Dobson Boudreau (1 for 4 with a Walk and 2 RBI’s), and Nathan Snell (1 for 4 with an RBI). Starter Brett Baxter pitched 7 innings for the Win, giving up 4 Earned Runs and 10 Hits while Walking 1, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 105 pitches. Jonathan Tremblay took over in the 8th, striking out the side to earn the Save. STFX committed no Errors in the game. The Dal offensive attack was led by Ben Widdecombe (2 for 3 with a Double, a Triple, 3 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Ben Rittenberg (3 for 4) and Mark Howatt (2 for 4 with a Run Scored). Reliever Kiwean Song took the Loss, giving up 1 Hit and 0 Earned Runs over 1 1/3 innings, while Walking 1, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 27 pitches. Dal committed 5 Errors in this game including 3 in the 8th inning, one of which brought in the winning run.

In Game 2, STFX outslugged Dal for the 12 to 7 Win. The STFX offense was led by Dobson Boudreau (3 for 4 with a Walk, 3 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored), Jack Walsh (2 for 5 with 3 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored), and Lucas Fraser (2 for 5 with 3 Runs Scored). Starter Nolan Galloway threw 3 innings for the Win, giving up 2 Earned Runs and 5 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 77 pitches. STFX committed 4 Errors in the game. Dal had a pretty balanced offensive attack with Dylan Corsini and Ben Rittenberg having a hit, an RBI and 2 Run’s Scored each. Ben Widdecombe, Hunter Valcourt, Josh Hatfield chipping in with a Hit and an RBI each. Starter Rhys Scott took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 3 Earned Runs over 1 2/3 innings, while Walking 2, Striking Out 0, and throwing a total of 47 pitches. Dal committed 7 more Errors in this game for an even dozen on the day.

Sunday, September 19, 2021

University of New Brunswick Reds @ St. Francis Xavier X-Men

In Game 1, UNB topped STFX by a score of 6 to 4. The UNB offense was led by Luke Smith (2 for 4 with 3 RBI’s) and Owen Lohnes (2 for 2), and Jack Ryan (1 for 3 with an RBI). Starter Ryan Nason pitched 3 2/3 innings for the Win, giving up 3 Earned Runs and 3 Hits while Walking 4, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 71 pitches. David Bunce got the last two outs of the game to earn the Save. UNB committed no Errors in the game. The STFX offensive attack was led by Dobson Boudreau (2 for 3 with a walk, and an RBI), Kyle Moore (1 for 1 with 2 Walks and an RBI) and Nathan Snell (1 for 3 with and RBI and a Run Scored). Starter Ellie MacAulay took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 6 Runs (only 1 Earned) over 2 2/3 innings, while Walking 6, Striking Out 1, and throwing a total of 81 pitches. STFX committed 4 Errors in this game.

In Game 2, UNB dominated STFX for the 12 to 1 Win. The UNB offense was led by Jack Ryan (2 for 3 with 3 RBI’s), Luke Smith (2 for 4 with a Walk, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored) and Matt Nason (2 for 5 with an RBI and a Run Scored). Starter Owen Lohnes threw 4 innings for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 1 Hit while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 70 pitches. UNB committed 0 Errors in the game. Jack Walsh had the only 2 Hits (including a Double) and the only RBI for STFX. Starter Dominick Tremblay took the Loss, giving up 6 Hits and 3 Earned Runs over 2 1/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 77 pitches. STFX committed 3 more Errors in this game for for a total of 7 on the day.

St. Mary’s Huskies @ Holland College Hurricanes

In Game 1, Holland College topped SMU by a score of 5 to 4. The Holland College offense was led by Jack MacKenzie (2 for 4 with an RBI and 2 Runs Scored), Ben MacDougall (1 for 3 with a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored), Ryan May (1 for 1 with an RBI), and Brayden Lebel (1 for 2 with a Walk and an RBI). Reliever Isaac Compton took over from starter Eric Anderson and pitched 2 2/3 innings for the Win, giving up 3 Runs (none Earned) and 2 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 40 pitches. Holland College committed 3 Errors in the game. The SMU offensive attack was led by Logan Raftus (2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s) while Larry Barton and Brett Stover each chipped in with a Hit and a Run Scored. Starter Brock Townsend took the Loss, giving up 8 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 6 1/3 innings while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 104 pitches. SMU committed 2 Errors in this game.

In Game 2, Holland College defeated SMU by a score of 9 to 6. The Holland College offense was led by Rhyan Storr (2 for 2 with a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and 3 Runs Scored), Brady Storey (2 for 3 with an RBI, and a Run Scored) and Jack MacKenzie (1 for 2 with 2 Walks, 3 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Braden Lebel took over from starter Ben MacDougall and pitched 2 innings for the Win, giving up 0 Runs and 0 Hits while Walking 0, Striking Out 0, and throwing a total of 27 pitches. Holland College committed 1 Error in the game. The SMU offense was led by Brock Townsend (2 for 4 with 2 Triples an RBI and a Run Scored), Larry Barton (2 for 4 with a Double and an RBI) and Spencer Murray (2 for 4 with a Double and an RBI). Starter Kyle Sampson took the Loss, giving up 6 Hits and 6 Earned Runs over 5 2/3 innings, while Walking 5, Striking Out 1, and throwing a total of 96 pitches. SMU committed 1 Error in the game.

Acadia Axemen @ Dalhousie Tigers

In Game 1, Dal topped Acadia by a score of 4 to 3. The Dal offense was led by Dylan Corsini (3 for 4 with a Run Scored), Ben Rittenberg (2 for 3 with an RBI, and a Run Scored), and Ben Widdecombe (1 for 3 with 3 RBI’s). Starter Garrett Windsor pitched 7 complete for the Win, giving up 3 Runs (1 Earned) and 5 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 93 pitches. Dal committed 2 Errors in the game. The Acadia offensive attack was led by Jacobie Ford (2 for 1 with a Walk and a Run Scored) while Doug Hassell, Jackson Colbourne, and Kieran Finn each chipped in with a Hit. Starter Cole Stevens took the Loss, giving up 9 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 6 innings while Walking 3, Striking Out 5, and throwing a total of 118 pitches. Acadia committed 2 Errors in this game.

In Game 2, Acadia shut out Dal by a score of 7 to 0. The Acadia offense was led by Jamal Davis (2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Kieran Finn (1 for 3 with a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored) and Jake MacKinnon (1 for 1 with a Walk and a Run Scored). Reliever Matt took over from starter Keegan Gaskell and pitched 6 innings for the Win, giving up 0 Runs and 2 Hits while Walking 1, Striking Out 9, and throwing a total of 89 pitches. Acadia committed 1 Error in the game. D Garinger and Ben Widdecombe had the only hits for Dal with 1 each. Starter Colby Haggerty took the Loss, giving up 3 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 72 pitches. Dal committed 3 Errors in the game.

Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association – 2021 – Week 1 Summary

I am not sure how long I am going to be able to keep it up, but I decided that, at least for Week 1, I would provide summaries of all of the games that took place in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association (ACBA).

If you are not familiar with the league, it includes University and College teams from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. It is a six team league that includes Acadia University (Wolfville, NS), Dalhousie University (Halifax, NS), Holland College (Charlottetown, PE), St. Francis Xavier University (Antigonish, NS), St. Mary’s University (Halifax, NS), and the University of New Brunswick (Fredericton, NB).

With COVID-19 cancelling the Spring 2021 season for the CCBC in Western Canada, and the seasons for Ontario’s OCAA and OUA baseball not starting until next weekend, Canadian University / College baseball got started this past weekend in Quebec and Atlantic Canada. The Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association (ABCA) had a full slate of games in Week 1, and as is typical, they were all weekend Double Headers. Despite all of the rain in most of the Maritimes this weekend, it looks like they were able to get in all of the scheduled games.

If you find this post helpful and you would like to see more, please let me know in the comments.

If you find this post a complete waste of time, I guess you should probably let me know that as well – please be gentle though 🙂

Please note that I am pulling the information from the Box Scores of games scored in Game Changer. I am sure there will be some mistakes in my recaps. Feel free to let me know about those in the comments as well.

Finally, the ACBA standings after Week 1 are shown to the right. The University of New Brunswick Reds lead the pack so far after going undefeated in their first 4 games. The Holland College Hurricanes are right on their heels with a 3 and 1 record this past weekend.

Now on to the game summaries…

Saturday September 11, 2021

Dalhousie Tigers @ Saint Mary’s Huskies

In game 1, Dal beat SMU by a score of 8 to 4. The Dal offense was ready to go with 11 hits as a group. For Dal, Mark Howett and Ben Rittenburg had two Hits and two RBI’s each while Dylan Corsini went 3 for 4 and had an RBI of his own. Nick Manias went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 7 Hits while Walking 8, Striking Out 10, and throwing a total of 146 pitches. Dal committed 3 Errors in the game. For SMU, Carsten Marks and Larry Barton led the way for SMU with two Hits and Two RBI’s each. Spencer Murray took the loss, giving up 9 Hits and 6 Earned Runs over 5 1/3 innings, while Walking 1, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 106 pitches. SMU committed 1 Error in the game.

In game 2, SMU came back defeat Dal by a score of 4 to 3 in 8 innings. Top hitters for SMU were leadoff man Kyle Sampson (3 for 3) and Larry Barton (2 for 3) while Spencer Murray had two RBI’s and Logan Raftus ended the game with a walk-off single. Cameron Hughes went 8 complete for the Win, giving up 3 Hits and 2 Earned Runs while Walking 5, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 103 pitches. Dal had 1 error in the game. Hughes held Dal to 3 hits with one each from Ben Rittenberg, Jarrett Ross, and Evan Dunbrille. Garrett Windsor took the Loss, giving up 2 Earned Runs over 7 1/3 innings, while Walking 3, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 105 pitches. SMU had 1 error in the game.

St. Francis Xavier X-Men @ University of New Brunswick Reds

In game 1, UNB shut out STFX by a score of 7 to 0. The Reds offensive attack was led by Nick St. Pierre (3 for 3) and Rylan Matchett (2 for 2 with a Walk), who both had an RBI. Starter Ryan Nason took the Win with 2 Hits and 0 Earned Runs over 4 2/3 innings, while Walking 3, Striking Out 8, and and throwing a total of 76 pitches. UNB did not commit an Error in this game. For STFX, Jack Walsh led the offensive attack with a Double. Brett Baxter took the Loss giving up 9 hits and 3 Earned Runs over 4 innings, while Walking 1, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 76 pitches. STFX committed 3 Errors in the game.

In game 2, UNB beat STFX by a score of 8 to 3. For UNB Justin Ferguson, Luke Smith, and Matthew Dingnam led the way with a Hit and 2 RBI’s each. Rylan Matchett went 4 complete for the Win, giving up 3 Hits and 1 Earned Run, while Walking 0, Striking Out 5, and throwing a total of 46 pitches. UNB had 1 Error in the game. For STFX Ellie McAulay went 2 for 2 while Evan Whyte and Kyle Moore had a Hit and an RBI each. Ty Arsenault took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 8 Earned Runs over 2 1/3 Innings, while Walking 8, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 68 pitches. STFX had no Errors in the game.

Acadia Axemen @ Holland College Hurricanes

In game 1, Acadia shut out Holland College by a score of 3 to 0. Acadia got a Hit each from Doug Hassell Pat McWilliam, Jake MacKinnon and Scott Long. Matt Bradley went 7 complete, giving up 4 Hits and 0 Earned Runs while Striking Out 8, Walking 0, and throwing only 78 pitches. Acadia committed 2 Errors in the game. Holland College got a Hit each from Dylan Worth, Ben MacDougall, Drew Grady, and Peter MacKay. Ronny De La Cruz threw 6 innings, giving up 3 Hits and 2 Earned Runs, while Walking 3, Striking Out 8, and throwing 94 pitches. Holland College had 1 Error in the game.

In game 2, Holland College came back to best Acadia 7 to 1. The Holland College attack was led by Brayden Lebel who went 2 for 2 with a Walk and 3 Runs Scored. Dylan Worth chipped in with a Hit, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored. Jack MacKenzie took the Win with 7 complete innings, spreading out 6 Hits and giving up 1 Earned Run, while Walking 0, Striking Out 9, and throwing 96 pitches. Holland College had 1 Error in the game. Jake MacKinnon led the way at the plate for Acadia, going 2 for 3 with a Double. Starter Cole Stevens took the loss giving up 6 Hits and 3 Earned Runs, while Walking 2, Striking Out 2, and throwing 53 pitches. Acadia committed 2 Errors in the game.

Sunday September 12, 2021

St. Francis Xavier X-Men @ Acadia Axemen

The Sunday Double Header between the X-Men and Axemen (yeah you read that right) was quite a barnburner with a total of 51 runs scored.

In game 1, Acadia doubled-up STFX by a score of 20 to 10. As you can imagine Acadia had hits and RBI’s from almost everyone in their lineup but Jacobie Ford and Pat McWilliam led the way with 3 hits each. Starter Keegan Gaskell returned to the mound after a long hiatus to earn the Win despite giving up 6 hits and 8 Earned Runs over 5 innings while Striking Out 3, Walking 3, and throwing 86 pitches. Acadia committed 1 Error behind Gaskell. The STFX attack was led by Ewan Galloway (1 for 4 with a Home Run and 4 RBI’s) and Lucas Fraser (2 for 2 with 2 Walks and 3 Runs Scored). Jonathan Tremblay came on in relief of started Ellie MacAulay and took the loss. Tremblay threw 2 1/3 innings, giving up 4 Hits and 7 Runs (only 3 of them Earned), while Walking 4, Striking Out 2, and throwing 66 pitches. STFX had 3 Errors in the game.

Game 2 was another high scoring affair with STFX coming back to top Acadia by a score of 13 to 8. The STFX offense was led by Jack Walsh (3 for 4 with 2 Doubles, a Walk, 5 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Ty Arsenault (3 for 5 with an RBI and 2 Runs Scored), and Doug Hassell (2 for 5 with 3 Runs Scored). Dominick Tremblay took the Win, giving up 8 Hits and 4 Earned Runs, while Walking 3, Striking Out 4, and throwing 80 pitches over 5 innings. STFX had 4 Errors in the game. The Acadia attack was led by G Cullerton (2 for 4 with a Triple, a Walk, 3 RBI’s, and 3 Runs Scored), Pat McWilliam (3 for 4 with an RBI), and Luke Sampson (3 for 5 with a Run Scored). Starter Jacobie Ford took the Loss giving up 9 Hits and 9 Runs (6 Earned), while Walking 5, Striking Out 3, and throwing 90 pitches over 4 1/3 Innings. Acadia committed 3 Errors in the game.

Holland College Hurricanes @ Dalhousie Tigers

In game 1, Holland College defeated Dalhousie by a score of 11 to 4. The Holland College attack was led by Brayden Label (4 for 5 with 2 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored), Ben McDougall (3 for 5 with a Triple, a Double, 3 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), Ethan McLellan (3 for 5 with an RBI), Dylan Worth (2 for 4 with a Home Run, 2 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), and Jack MacKenzie (2 for 4 with a Walk, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored). Starter Cody LeBlanc took the Win, giving up 7 hits and 2 Earned Runs over 4 innings while Striking Out 5, Walking 2, and throwing 90 pitches. The Dal attack was led by Aiden Rittenberg (2 for 3 with a Triple, two Walks, and a Run Scored), Zach Bond (2 for 3 with a Run Scored), and Hunter Valcourt (2 for 4 with a Run Scored). Starter Evan Dunbrille took the Loss, giving up 10 Hits and 6 Earned Runs, while Walking 1, Striking Out 2, and throwing 64 pitches over 4 innings. There were no errors by either team in this game.

Game 2 was a bit of a blowout with Holland College shutting out Dalhousie in 5 innings by a score of 13 to 0. The Holland College offense was led by Dylan Worth (2 for 3 with a Walk, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Ben MacDougall (1 for 1 with 2 Walks, an RBI and 3 Runs Scored), and Garret Herbert (1 for 3 with 4 RBI’s). Starter Ethan McLellan took the Win, giving up only 1 Hit and 0 Earned Runs, while Walking 0, Striking Out 4, and throwing 40 pitches over 3 innings. Holland College had 1 Error in the game. The Tigers managed only two hits, one each from Dylan Corsini and Brett Parker. Starter Mark Howatt took the Loss giving up 6 Hits and 7 Earned Runs, while Walking 1, Striking Out 1, and throwing 48 pitches over only 1 Inning Pitched. Dalhousie committed 2 Errors in the game.

St. Mary’s Huskies @ University of New Brunswick Reds

In game 1, UNB defeated SMU by a score of 12 to 5. The UNB attack was led by Nick Rushton (2 for 2 with a Home Run, a Walk, 4 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored), Nick St. Pierre (2 for 4 with a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and 1 Run Scored), and Matthew Dingham (2 for 4 with 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Sam Beaulieu took the Win, giving up 0 hits and 0 Earned Runs over 4 innings while Striking Out 3, Walking 0, and throwing 56 pitches. UNB commited 1 Error in the game. The SMU attack was led by Justin Hubley (1 for 3 with 2 RBI’s), Spencer Murray (1 for 3 with an RBI and a Run Scored), and Oscar Kozoriz (1 for 3 with an RBI and a Run Scored). Starter Brock Townsend took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 7 Earned Runs, while Walking 7, Striking Out 2, and throwing 75 pitches over 2 1/3 innings. SMU did not commit any Errors in the game.

Game 2 was a high scoring affair with UNB coming out on top over SMU by a score of 13 to 9. The Holland College offense was led by Owen Lohnes who was 2 for 4 with a Grand Slam Home Run, 5 RBI’s and 1 Run Scored, Sam Beaulieu (2 for 2 with 3 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored), and Nick St. Pierre (3 for 4 with an RBI and 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Aaron Dunn took the Win, giving up 3 Hits and 2 Earned Runs, while Walking 1, Striking Out 1, and throwing 25 pitches over 1 inning. The SMU offense was led by Logan Raftus (2 for 2 with 2 Walks, and 2 Runs Scored), Oscar Kozoriz (2 for 4 with 2 Runs Scored), and Spencer Murray (1 for 4 with a Double and 4 RBI’s). Reliever Kyle Sampson took the Loss giving up 6 Hits and 7 Runs (3 Earned), while Walking 3, Striking Out 3, and throwing 62 pitches over 3 Innings Pitched.

2021 Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects Roster Announced – Team Scheduled To Defend 17U National Championship During Summer of 2021

BNS Logo DesignThe roster selections for the 2021 Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects team were announced on Wednesday.

This team will represent Nova Scotia at the 2021 Baseball Canada Cup (17U Nationals) tournament hosted by Regina, Saskatchewan. The 17U Selects will enter the tournament as defending champions after Nova Scotia’s historic Gold Medal win at the 2019 tournament, which was also held in Regina. 2020’s Canada Cup Tournament was cancelled due to COVID-19, as were all other 2020 Baseball Canada Championships.

Below are the players who have been selected for the 2021 team, their hometown, and the teams they have recently played for (where known). They are also separated by year of birth:

Born in 2003

Please Note –  Players born in 2003 will be considered to fill the two roster spots available for players turning 18 years old in 2021. Nova Scotia and several other smaller provinces are eligible to include two “overagers” in their rosters at Canada Cup. A final decision on these overage spots is expected in the Spring of 2021:

  • Shane Cowan – Fall River (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Ryan Fitzgerald – Lucasville (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Matt Grabmann – Dartmouth (Okotoks Dawgs, North East Baseball Pirates)
  • Matt Hoskin – Eastern Passage (2020 Dartmouth Arrows AAA)
  • Kyle Hunt – Hammonds Plains (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Ryan Trenholm – Hammonds Plains (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Hammonds Plains A’s 18U AAA)

Born in 2004

  • Ryan Avery – Whites Lake (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Nolan Cheeseman – Upper Tantallon (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Tyler Croteau – Kentville (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • John Decoste – Truro (2019 Truro Bearcats 18U A)
  • Ty Doucette – Dartmouth (Okotoks Dawgs, 2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Travis Feltmate – Spryfield (2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Eric Fields – Kennetcook (Kings-Edgehill Varsity, 2019 Hants North Jays 18U AA)
  • Nick Gage – Halifax (2019 Halifax Mets AAA)
  • Lane George – Belnan (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Brad Howatt – Halifax (2019 Halifax Mets 15U AAA)
  • Zach Jenkins – Middle Sackville (2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Jack Laws – Bridgewater (2020 Bridgewater Bulldogs 18U, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Ryan Macdonald – Cole Harbour (2020 Dartmouth Arrows AAA)
  • Matt MacKenzie – Vaughan (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Kole Miller – Dartmouth (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)

Born in 2005

  • Benito Bonilla – Halifax (2020 Nova Scotia 15U Selects Core Team, 2019 Halifax Mets AAA)
  • Carter Higgins – Truro (2020 Nova Scotia 15U Selects Core Team)
  • Rory Macdonald – Halifax (2020 Nova Scotia 15U Selects Core Team, 2019 Halifax Mets 15U AAA)