Licking County Settlers

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The Licking County Settlers are a collegiate summer baseball team located in Newark, Ohio. They are a member of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League. The GLSCL is a branch of the National Alliance of Collegiate Summer Baseball (NACSB), which is responsible for such wood-bat leagues as the Cape Cod League. The Settlers were formed in 2006, playing their first two seasons at Denison University. In 2008, they moved to their new home field, Don Edwards Park, home of the Babe Ruth World Series. In 2010, the Settlers entered the Great Lakes playoffs as the number one seed only to lose the championship to the second seed Hamilton Joes, who finished the 2010 season ranked 12th nationally.

Season Archive[edit]

Season
2006: 12-28 (9th) Manager: Ryan Grice
2007: 17-22 (9th) Manager: Ryan Grice
2008: 19-21 (T-6th) Manager: Kyle Sobecki
2009: 24-14 (4th) Manager: Kyle Sobecki
2010: 31-13 (1st) Manager: Brian Meyer
2011: 24-23 (2nd-North) Manager: Devin McIntosh
2012: 29-15* (T-1st) Manager: Andy Revell
2013: 24-16* (T-2nd) Manager: Andy Revell

Cumulative Record: 180-152

  • Tournament Champions

Season Statistic Records[edit]

Batting Average: .444, John McCambridge (2010, Xavier University)
Runs Scored: 34, Jeremy Hazelbaker (2008, Ball State University)
Hits: 68, John McCambridge (2010, Xavier University)
Home Runs: 10, Adam Brett Walker (2010, Jacksonville University)
Runs Batted In: 43, Adam Brett Walker (2010, Jacksonville University)
Stolen Bases: 26, John McCambridge (2009, Xavier University)

ERA: 1.64, Ryan Mace (2010, Kent State University)
Wins: 6, Justin Ziegler (2010, Bradley University), Jonathan Kountis (2009, Ohio Dominican University)
Games Started: 9, Jonathan Kountis (2009, Ohio Dominican University)
Saves: 10, Nick Karow (2009, Furman University)
Innings Pitched: 45.2, Tyler Vaske (2011, Denison University)
Strikeouts: 48, David Koll (2012, Bradley University)
Opponent's Batting Average: .194, Justin Ziegler (2010, Bradley University)

Players Drafted/Signed Professionally[edit]

MLB Players[edit]

  • Rob Scahill was the first Settler to be called up to the Major Leagues with the Colorado Rockies on September 5, 2012. On September 11, 2012 he made his major league debut throwing 1.0 scoreless innings, yielding 1 hit against eventual World Series Champion San Francisco Giants. He finished 2012 with a 1.04 ERA in 8.2 innings with 3 BB's and 4 K's.

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