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108 Baseball Factory Alumni on Rosters of 2019 Division I College World Series Teams

The 73rd Men’s NCAA Division I College World Series begins on June 15th, and will take place at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska. You can check out the pairing and game times for the event here.

With the final eight teams having punched their ticket to the CWS, 108 Baseball Factory alums (out of a total of 294 athletes) are vying for a national championship, totaling 37%, meaning, more than 1 in every 3 athletes in the Division I College World Series are Factory alumni. 2,256 players made up the combined number for all 64 rosters. A total of 722 Baseball Factory alumni were involved in this year’s tournament and ALL 64 teams had at least one Factory alum on its roster. That shakes out to 32%.

For a further breakdown of the 722: Of that number, 90 are former Pre-Season All-Americans, seven are former BF Rookie Pre-Season All-Americans and 33 are former Under Armour All-Americans.

Looking at total team rosters: Miami (FL) led the way with 25 (out of 32) Factory alums on their roster, followed by UCLA (21), Florida State (20), Florida (20) and UC Santa Barbara (20).

Congratulations to all of our alumni who were part of this year’s tournament and are still playing, with the hopes of being a National Champion! Check out our alumni below:

UCLA (35) – Matt McLain, Kevin Kendall, Garrett Mitchell, Jarron Silva, Mikey Perez, Justin Hooper, Sean Mullen, Will McInerny, Jack Ralston, Jordan Prendiz, Zach Pettway, Noah Cardenas, Jack Filby, Jake Hirabayash, Nick Nastrini, JT Schwartz, Ryan Garcia, Felix Rubi, Daniel Colwell, Nick Scheidler, Nathan Hadley

Omaha (32) – Jack Lombardi, Josiah Scott, Josh Scribner, Jacob Mohler

LMU (35) – Kenny Oyama, Ethan Patrick, Matt Voelker, Nick Sogard, Cooper Uhl, Trevin Esquerra, Steven Chavez, Codie Paiva, Alexander Burge, Holden Christia, Nick Frasso, Tommy Delgado, Alex Lambeau, Matthew Piotrowski, Giuseppe Benedetti, Nick Valdez, Matthew Elizalde, Kyle Mora, CJ Fernandezees

Baylor (35) – Nick Loftin, Ryan Bertelsman, Kyle Harper, Ryan Leckich, Ricky Martinez, Branson Wilson, Josh Bissonette, Kyle Hill, TJ Raguse, Andy Thomas, Jake Walsh, Jacob Askinos, Daniel Caruso, Davis Wendzel, Luke Boyd, Cole Weaver, William Gilbert

Oregon St. (35) – Kyler McMahan, Beau Philip, Tyler Malone, Elliot Willy, Troy Claunch, Grant Gambrell, Joey Mundt, Bryce Fehmel, Wade Meckler, Zack Zalesky, Christian Chamberlain, Dylan Pearce

Cincinnati (36) – Joey Bellini, Eric Santiago, AJ Bumpass, Mason Deanna, Clayton Colvin, David Orndorff

Michigan (35) – Joe Donovan, Jack Blomgren, Christian Bullock, Danny Zimmerman,  Matthew Schmidt, Dominic Clementi, Benjamin Keizer, Jeff Criswell, Jordon Rogers, Willie Weiss, Casey Buckley, Keaton Carratini, Karl Kauffmann, Jordan Nwogu

Creighton (35) – Jack Strunc, Andrew Meggs, Jared Wegner, Parker Upton, Evan Spry, Nate Shoemaker, Bobby Kametas, Owen Richter

Oklahoma St. (41) – Hueston Morrill, Christian Funk, Jake Taylor, Andrew Navigato, Bryce Carter, Mitchell Stone, CJ Varela, Jake Lyons

Harvard (35) – Ben Skinner, Chad Minato, Trent Bryan, Kieran Shaw, Zachary Brown, Hunter Bigge

Nebraska (30) – Angelo Altavilla, Carter Cross, Mojo Hagge, Brett Hammit, Gunner Hellstrom, Robbie Palkert, Gareth Stroh, Keegan Watson

UConn (39) – Colby Dunlop, Thad Phillips, Jeff Kersten, CJ Dandeneau, David Langer, Avery Santos, Kenny Haus, Kevin Ferrer

Texas Tech (35) – Gabe Holt, Kurt Wilson, Josh Jung, Max Marusak, Caleb Freeman, Bryce Bonnin, Tanner O’Tremba

Army West Point (35) – Jacob Carte, Drake Titus, Tristian Williams, John McKenna, Tyler Giovinco, Matt LePoint, Brendan Siriani, Christopher Ritter

Florida (32) – Cal Greenfield, Jud Fabian, Santino Miozzi, Kendrick Calilao, Christian Flint, Brady Smith, Jonah Girand, Blake Reese, Brady McConnell, Christian Scott, David Luethje, Nick Pogue, Cory Acton, Roberto Pena, Felix Garcia, Justin Alintoff, Kris Armstrong, Nolan Crisp, Austin Langworthy, Ben Specht

Dallas Baptist University (37) – Andres Sosa, Blayne Jones, Hunter Vansau, Hayden Ebrecht, Herbert Iser, Travis Stone, JT Penick, Treet Williams, Luke Trahan, Ray Gaither, Jose Gutierrez, Jarod Bayless, Tim Ewald, Jimmy Fouse, Luke Bandy, Kyle Rich, Parker Towns

Arkansas (39) – Trevor Ezell, Casey Opitz, Connor Noland, Andrew Stanley, Coby Boulware, Elijah Trest, Curtis Washington, Jr., Christian Franklin, Dillon Lifrieri, Patrick Wicklander, Kevin Kopps, Zack Plunkett

Central Conn. St. (34) – Chandler Debrosse, Michael Torniero, Brennan Chisholm, Dylan Sanchez, Sam Loda, Buddy Dewaine, TT Bowens, Jared Gallagher, Fran Phelan, Patrick Mitchell, Jake Casey

TCU (33) – Austin Henry, Adam Oviedo, Josh Watson, Conner Shepherd, Brandon Williamson, Charles King, Matt Rudis, James Notary, Russell Smith, Alex Isola, Marcelo Perez, Jared Janczak, Caleb Sloan, John Kodros

California (35) – Sam Wezniak, Darren Baker, Cole Elvis, Sam Cachola, Hance Smith, Carson Olson, Joe Ammirato, Grant Holman, John Lagattuta, Connor Mack, Korey Lee, Conner Bock, Sean Sullivan, Garret Nielsen, Dom Souto, Connor Oswalt

Ole Miss (37) – Jacob Adams, Anthony Servideo, Knox Loposer, Thomas Dillard, Michael Spears, Chase Cockrell, Greer Holston, Cooper Johnson, Grae Kessinger, Gunnar Hoglund, Hunter Nabors, Will Ethridge, Tim Elko, Austin Miller, Michael Fitzsimmons, Tyler Myers, Kevin Graham, Jacob Steinberg

Jacksonville St. (33) – Isaiah Magwood, Evan Veal, Carson Crowe, Trey Fortner, Jackson Tavel

Clemson (38) – Justin Wrobleski, Jackson Lindley, Carter Raffield, Davis Sharpe, Adam Hackenberg, Jacob Hennessy, Travis Marr, Holt Jones, Keyshawn Askew, Drew Donathan, Jordan Greene

Illinois (33) – David Craan, Tyler Engel, Jeff Korte

LSU (35) – Daniel Cabrera, Giovanni DiGiacomo, Zach Watson, Brandt Broussard, Chris Reid, CJ Willis, Cade Beloso, AJ Labas, Devin Fontenot, Chase Costello, Trent Vietmeier, Clay Moffitt, Riggs Threadgill, Caleb Gilbert, Todd Peterson, Jaden Hill, Rye Gunter, Easton McMurray

Stony Brook (33) – Johnny Decker, Brandon Alamo, Brad Hipsley, Michael Palazzolo, Jared Milch, Greg Allard

Southern Miss. (35) – Matthew Guidry, Stevie Powers, Jacob Edwards, Matt Wallner, Walker Powell, Alex Nelms

Arizona St. (27) – Hunter Bishop, Will Levine, Erik Tolman, Myles Denson, Spencer Torkelson, Carter Aldrete, Blake Burzell, Marc Lidd, Dom Cacchione, Keolu Ramos, Nick Cheema

Georgia (38) –  Tucker Maxwell, LJ Talley, Austin Biggar, Cole Wilcox, Tony Locey, Trevor Tinder, Mason Meadows, Hunter Goodwin, Garrett Brown

Mercer (41) – RJ Yeager, Leyton Pinckney, David Posas, Kel Johnson, Kyle Bialousz

Florida St. (35) – Nander De Sedas, Dakota Gaillard, Shane Drohan, JC Flowers, Cooper Swanson, Tyler Ahearn, Troy Hamilton, CJ Van Eyk, Elijah Cabell, Kyle McMullen, Chris Ruckdeschel, Drew Mendoza, Reese Albert, Alec Sanchez, Chase Sanguinetti, Robby Martin, Jonathan Foster, Tim Becker, Gage Hutchinson, Matheu Nelson

Fla. Atlantic (36) – Eric Rivera, Jacob Josey, Garrett Evans, Joe Montes, Andru Summerall, Jordan Poore, Gunnar Lambert, Pedro Pages, Jon Jon Kostantis, Jackson Vescelus, Mitchell Hartigan, Zach Schneider, Dylan O’Connell, Blake Sanderson, BJ Murray, Dylan Carter, Nicholas Toney, Matt Sparling, Dustin Reville

Vanderbilt (40) – Harrison Ray, Tate Kolwyck, Isaiah Thomas, Matt Hogan, Dominic Keegan, Austin Martin, Pat DeMarco, Ty Duvall, Julian Infante, Sterling Hayes, Justin Willis, John Malcom, Jake Eder, Justyn-Henry Malloy, Chance Huff, JJ Bleday, Joe Gobillot, Kumar Rocker, Jayson Gonzalez

Ohio State (35) – Brady Cherry, Malik Jones, Brent Todys, TJ Brock, Matt Carpenter, Garrett Burhenn, Andrew Fishel

McNeese State (36) – Shane Selman, Jake Cochran, Andrew Wood, Jonathan Ellison, Hunter Reeves, Mark Johnston, Rhett Deaton, William Dion

Indiana State (35) – Clay Dungan, Zach Frey, Spencer Wiskus, Roby Enriquez, Mitch Barrow, Hunter Lewis, Austin Cross, Max Klein

West Virginia (36) – Austin Davis, Darius Hill, Tristen Hudson, Chase Illig, Marques Inman, Sam Kessler, Jeremy Lapp-Barger, Alek Manoah, Paul McIntosh, Zach Ottinger, Brandon White, Andrew Zitel

Fordham (34) – Casey Brown, CJ Vazquez, Justin Bardwell, Matt Tarabek, Richard Grund, Andy Semo, Alex Hernandez, Matt Mikulski, Anthony Zimmerman, Michael Ghiorzi

Duke (38) – Cooper Stinson, Jake Swartz, Chris Dutra, Aaron Therien, Al Pesto, Jake Topolski, Eli Herrick, Bill Chillari, Graeme Stinson, Adam Laskey, Michael Rothenberg

Texas A&M (38) – Miko Rodriguez, Hunter Watson, Zach DeLoach, Hunter Coleman, Aaron Walters, Joseph Menefee, Bryce Blaum, Chandler Jozwiak, Brandon Birdsell, Kasey Kalich, Bryce Miller, Landry Wideman, Chris Weber, Jonathan Ducoff, Will Frizzell

East Carolina (30) – Nick Barber, Zach Barnes, Garrett Saylor, Evan Voliva

Quinnipiac (33) – Derek Kasperzyk, Dylan Lutz, Sam LaChance, Nick Paasch

Campbell (40) – Tyler Anshaw, Bryce Cota, Tyler Gillespy, Zach Minnick, Spencer Packard, Koby Collins

NC State (37) – David Vazquez, Tyler McDonough, Nolan Clenney, Josh Pike

Louisville (38) – Lucas Dunn, Tim Borden II, Zeke Pinkham, Alex Binelas, Pat Rumoro, Jared Poland, Bryan Hoeing, Andrew Benefield, Austin Dickey, Henry Davis, Garrett Schmeltz

University of Illinois-Chicago (35) – Chris Papapietro, Scott Ota, Josh Figueroa, Ryan Hampe, Ryan Lin-Peistrup, Dominic Smith, Fred Gosbeth, Tom Farrell, Jake Pomykalski

Illinois State (33) – Nick Zouras, Tyson Hays, Joe Aeilts, Matt Walker

Indiana (34) – Cole Barr, Braden Scott, Connor Manous, Ryan Fineman, Wyatt Cross, Matt Litwicki, Grant Sloan

Mississippi State (36) – JT Ginn, Josh Hatcher, Jordan Westburg, Hayden Jones, Riley Self, Justin Foscue, Cole Gordon, Benjamin Bell, Landon Jordan, Basiel Williams, Elijah MacNamee, Colby White, Trysten Barlow

Southern University (43) – Willie Ward, Zavier Moore, Michael Wright, Leo Passley, Eli Finney, Markaylon Boyd, Brendon Davis, Blaine Hardy

Central Michigan (33) – Jason Sullivan, Pat Leatherman, Griffin Lockwood-Powell, Joe Zontini, Zach Kohn

Miami (FL) (32) – Gregory Veliz, Freddy Zamora, Dylan Cloonan, Chris McMahon, Willy Escala, Jonathan (JP) Gates, Tyler Paige, Raymond Gil, Joe Sparber, Mark Mixon, Albert Maury, Jr., Michael Amditis, Anthony Vilar, Alex Toral, Isaac Quinones, Alex Ruiz, Chad Crosbie, Jeremy Cook, Luis Tuero, Gabe Rivera, Adrian Del Castillo, Tyler Keysor, Tony Jenkins, Brian Van Belle, Daniel Federman

Stanford (33) – Zach Sehgal, Brandon Dieter, Maverick Handley, Alec Wilson, Grant Burton, Vincent Martinez, Cody Jensen, Brendan Beck, Nickolas Oar, Andrew Daschbach, Carson Rudd, Alex Williams, Zach Grech, Nick Bellafronto, Jack Little, Luke Sleeper, Jonathan Worley, Christian Robinson, Michael Boden

Sacramento State (29) – Evan Gibbons, Steven Moretto, Martin Vincelli-Simard, Matt Smith, Aaron Zeidman, Travis Adams, Sean Fekete, Nick Tabura, Scott Randall, Nick Iwasa, Jack Zalasky, Travis Martizia

Fresno State (34) – Ryan Higgins, JT Arruda, Jeff Jamison, Eddie Pena, McCarthy Tatum, Jared Holaday, Zach Morgan, Zach Presno, Carter Bins, Nikoh Mitchell, EJ Andrews, Jr., Nate Thimjon, Cole Thompson, Ivan Luna, Dylan Johnson, Miles Tomczak, Jaime Arias, Ryan Jensen, Oscar Carvajal, Julian Sotelo, Jamison Hill, Kyle Pruhsmeier, Ryan Sullivan

UC Santa Barbara (36) – Christian Kirtley, Marcos Castanon, Blake Mann, Tevin Mitchell, Rodney Boone, Cole Mueller, Thomas Rowan, Grant Newton, Eric Yang, Chris Troye, Liam Steigerwald, Ben Fariss, Michael McGreevy, Mason Marquez, Chris Lincoln, Jorge Arellano, Jr., Kevin Chandler, Shea Barry, Chazz Martinez, Jarred Greene

North Carolina (35) – Danny Serretti, Dylan Harris, Brandon Martorano, Dallas Tessar, Caleb Roberts, Michael Busch, Earl Semper, Aaron Sabato, Joey Lancellotti, Caden O’Brien, Andrew Grogan, Angel Zarate, Will Sandy, Austin Bergner, Ben Casparius, Connor Ollio

UNC-Wilmington (37) – Justin Crump, Noah Liles, Ty Wilson, Breydan Gorham, Rian Haire, Kip Brandenburg

Liberty (31) – Logan Barker, Troy Britts, Mason Meyer, John O’Connor, Will Wagner, Jordan Yoder

Tennessee (41) – Jay Charleston, Zach Daniels, Evan Russell, Jake Rucker, Justin Ammons, Austin Knight, Connor Pavolony, Landon Gray, Trey Lipscomb, Zach Linginfelter, Sean Hunley, Paul Komistek, Ethan Barker

Georgia Tech (35) – Xzavion Curry, Colin Hall, Michael Guldberg, Jonathan Hughes, AUstin Wilhite, Brant Hunter, Baron Radcliff, Ryan Miller, Luke Bartnicki, Nick Wilhite, Will Shirah, Jackson Webb

Florida A&M (34) – Josh Barr, Eric Blanc Jr., Javon Byrd, Ryan Coscarella, Josh Hancock, Brad Hession, Chris Jerry, Jeremiah McCollum, Willis McDaniel, Morgan Mendez, Malachi Mitchell, Tucker Rayburn, Kayce Reese, Robert Robinson, Hunter Todd, Jakob Wiirre, Josh Wilson

Coastal Carolina (35) – Jake Wright, Keaton Weisz, Scott McKeon, Dylan Gentry, Turner Buis, Zach Biermann, Jon-Mitchell Carter, Nick Parker, Trevor Damron

Auburn (36) – Devin Warner, Jarrett Eaton, Ryan Bliss, Davis Daniel, Will Holland, Conor Davis, Troy Bearden, Carson Skipper, Tanner Burns, Brett Olson, Garrett Wade, Jack Owen

Many of these great alums first got their start at a Baseball Factory National Evaluation and Tryout. Start on your own path to greatness today. Visit our Events page to find a Tryout near you today!

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