Tucker Zdunich is all about “intent.”
Everything he does is with the intent of making himself a better baseball player, and that mindset is paying off for the High River native and Dawgs Academy alum.
After a stellar start to his college career with Colby Community College, Zdunich is continuing his torrid pace with Reinhardt University.
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Weather-tested and tough – that’s what makes Alberta baseball players such attractive recruits south of the border. And no American school added more of them for the 2019 season than the Colby Community College Trojans.
Nearly half of the Trojans’ 30-man roster includes players who are originally from Alberta or those who trained here.
It’s a team where Okotoks Dawgs and Vauxhall Jets quickly shed their rivalries, and an Edmonton Prospect slugger needs to have a short memory about losing in the Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) playoffs to the Medicine Hat Mavericks last summer.
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The ultimate baseball dream is to play for the teams you grew up watching.
Bryce Oriold-Fraser is living the WMBL version of that dream as the Lethbridge hurler is suiting up for the hometown Bulls this summer.
He’s the latest to join us for a “1 Thru 9” profile.
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After putting in a strong campaign for the Colby Community College Trojans this year, Matt Coutney is doing everything he can to keep the Edmonton Prospects in the playoff hunt in 2018.
The Wetaskiwin-born infielder, who played for Canada’s Junior National Team last year, played 52 games for the Trojans, recording 12 home runs, 54 RBI, 60 runs and a .431 batting average in his freshman season. He also won a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Gold Glove for his excellent defensive play and the third baseman was named Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) Freshman of the Year.
The 6-foot-1, left-handed hitter was kind enough to answer some questions for us. See what he had to say for our ongoing “1 Thru 9” series.
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