4 Jets commitment to college baseball programs!

The Vauxhall Academy is proud to announce 4 Jets have committed to US schools on scholarship for the 2016-2017 season.  All 4 players will finish up their spring in Vauxhall and will join their respective college programs in the fall of 2017.  We are very proud of all of these young men and look forward to sharing additional college commitments soon.

The following is a list of Jets who signed:

LHP – Wesley Moore – Surrey, BC  – has accepted an NCAA Division 1 athletic scholarship to attend California State University Northridge in Northridge, California.  The Matadors play in a very challenging  Big West Conference.  Moore will join former Jet Nolan Bumstead who is currently in his Junior year. For more details on Cal State Northridge Baseball: http://www.gomatadors.com/sports/m-basebl/index

RHP – Ben Erwin – Spruce Grove, AB  – has accepted an NCAA Division 1 athletic scholarship to attend Niagara University Purple Eagles in Niagara, NY .  The Purple Eagles play in the competitive MAAC Conference.  For more details on Niagara U Baseball: http://purpleeagles.com/index.aspx?path=baseball

LHP – Garrett Nicholson  – Sidney Mines, NS – has accepted an NCAA Division 1 athletic & academic scholarship to attend Central Michigan University Chippewas in Mount Pleasant, Michigan .  The Chippewas play in the challenging Mid American Conference.  For more details on Central Michigan University: http://www.cmuchippewas.com/sports/m-basebl/cmu-m-basebl-body.html

C – Brett Mercier  – Lutes Mountain, NB – has accepted an NJCAA Division 1 athletic scholarship to attend Indian River State College in Fort Pierce, Florida .  The Pioneers play in one of the top junior college conferences the FCSAA.  For more details on Indian River State College Baseball: http://www.irsc.edu/athletics/baseball/baseball.aspx?id=1336

The entire VAB organization is very proud of all 4 Jets and we look forward to following their very bright futures moving forward.  Stay tuned for additional signings throughout the winter and spring months.