Baseball Summer League Final Update

See a final update on how the Crusaders performed in summer baseball.
See a final update on how the Crusaders performed in summer baseball.

IRVING, Texas – As the summer concludes, here is a final update on how the University of Dallas baseball players have been doing in their respective leagues. Conrad Voss finished atop the New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) with six wins, as the left-hander added a team-high 35 strikeouts over 50.1 innings with the Niagara Power. Player profile

Joseph Vondrachek completed his summer play earlier in July with the Cathedral City A's. He finished with 12 hits over 36 at bats (.333), while scoring 13 runs and drawing nine walks. He swiped five bases and drove in nine runs. Player profile | Teammates Enrique Vigil (Player profile) and Seth Hanson (Player profile) also played with the A's in the Palm Springs Collegiate League.

Jordan Stickler remains active in the Western Major Baseball League with the Fort McMurray Giants. In his second summer with the squad, Stickler has logged 120 at bats over 39 games. He has posted 28 hits and scored 25 runs. The rising senior for the Crusaders in 2019 has taken 26 walks and stolen nine bases, which matches his debut year with the Giants. Player profile

Luke Boylson has been playing with the Xenia Scouts out of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League (GLSCL). Their season concluded on Sunday. Boylson batted .282 with 24 base knocks in 85 at bats. He doubled six times and clubbed a pair of homers to go with 12 RBI. He also worked nine walks. The outfielder made three appearances on the mound, which included one last week that featured three scoreless frames. Player profile

Nathan Patton remains active with the Texas Marshals out of the Texas Collegiate League. Included in his 21 hits are four doubles, while the listed first baseman has also posted 15 runs, six ribbies, and 26 walks over 35 games. Player profile

Others playing this summer include: Mark Peterson (Oklahoma City Indians - Jayhawk League), Jessup Scott (Great Southwest Collegiate League), Travis Moore (Great Southwest Collegiate League), Paul Scioli (Metro Scout League), Jake Schwartz (Chicago League), and Nicolas Hovde (Summer League in Waco).