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Accomplished Alumni

The Raiders baseball program has a long history of building and developing quality young athletes to compete at the next level of baseball.  Over 100 former Raiders players have played baseball in college or were drafted by Major League Baseball teams. 

 

MLB

Robert Lucido
Former HCYP Raider Robert Lucido was drafted in the 40th round of the 2015 MLB draft.  Robert, a 22 year old catcher out of Amherst College, was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays.






Peter SolomonPeter Solomon
Former HCYP Raiders pitcher, Peter Solomon, was drafted in the 4th round by the Houston Astros in the 2017 MLB amateur draft. Peter finished his junior year playing baseball at the University of Notre Dame. Peter was a 2014 graduate of Mount Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore.


Matt McPhearson
Former HCYP Raider Matt McPhearson selected in the 2013 MLB Rule 4 Draft. Matt, a resident of Columbia, MD, was selected in the 4th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks. He had the choice of signing professionally or accepting a baseball scholarship to the University of Miami (FL). Matt opted to sign with the Diamondbacks and has been assigned to their team in the Arizona Rookie League. 

Bruce Zimmerman
Former HCYP Raiders pitcher, was drafted in the 5th round by the Atlanta Braves in the 2017 MLB amateur draft. He currently plays for the Bowie Baysox, the Double-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. Bruce attended Towson University and transferred to University of Mt. Olive where he pitched at both schools. Bruce was a 2012 graduate of Loyola High School in Baltimore.






John Kuchno
John Kuchno was selected in the 2012 MLB Rule 4 Draft in the 18th Round by the Pittsburgh Pirates. John had been playing for Ohio State University prior to his selection. The Ellicott City native signed with Pittsburgh and began his professional career with the State College Spikes.


Ryan Kemp
Ryan Kemp played at St. Joseph's University, was drafted in the 2011 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds.  He currently pitches for the Class A Dayton Dragons in the Midwest League.



Scott Swinson

Scott Swinson played for George Washington University/University of Maryland; RHP drafted in the 46th round of the 2009 MLB Draft by the Baltimore Orioles.

Mike Anton
Mike Anton played for Virginia Military Institute and was drafted in the 12th Round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels.

Casey Barron
Casey Barron played for the University of Maryland and was drafted in the 34th Round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers.

Mike O'Connor
Mike O'Connor attended George Washington University and was selected in the 7th Round of the 2002 MLB Draft by the Montreal Expos. He has played for the Washington Nationals, San Diego Padres, Kansas City Royals, New York Mets and New York Yankees.

Jeremy Arocho
Former HCYP Raiders middle infielder, was drafted in the 27th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2017 MLB amateur draft. Jeremy was a 2017 graduate of Old Mill High School in Anne Arundel County.

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Division I

Brady Acker, George Mason University
Mike Anton, Virginia Military Institute (see MLB above)
Ed Bach, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Casey Barron, University of Maryland (see MLB above)
Alec Baum, La Salle University
Andrew Bechta, University of Pennsylvania
Alex Bechta, Lafayette College
Paul Beers, Towson University
Jake Bender, Rider University
Gregory Bryant, United States Naval Academy
Clark Clatchey, Towson University
Austin Drewyer, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Michael Draper, Towson University
Jonathan Dupski, Towson University
Jack Finn, Rider University
Mike Finn, College of Charleston
Josh Futter, James Madison University
Will Grebenstein, Coppin State University
Devin Gullickson, Northwestern Ohio University
Bryan Hamilton, UNC-Charlotte
Nick Hoffner, Presbyterian College
Matt Holley, Towson University
Blake James, La Salle University
Ryan Kemp, Saint Joseph's University (see MLB above)

Kevin Kratochwill, St. Joseph's University
John Kuchno, Ohio State University (see MLB above)
Lee Lawler, Towson University
Brad Loveless, University of Richmond
Kevin Marrie, Coastal Carolina University
Casey Medairy, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Brandon Mothershead, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Quinn Mullins, Towson University
Mike O'Connor, George Washington University (see MLB above)
Tommy Phalen, Lafayette University
Gerald Quarles, Florida A&M
Mitch Saum, University of South Carolina
Jack Schroeder, VCU
Harry Slade, University of North Carolina-Greensboro/Northwest Shoals
        Community College/Southeastern Louisiana University
Mark Smith, Towson University
Sam Snyder, George Mason University
Peter Solomon, Notre Dame University (see MLB above)
Matt Staso, Mount St. Mary's University
Brody Tennant, UMBC/Frederick Community College/Wilmington
        College/Stevenson University
Ben Winter, Towson University
Matt Zarin, Duquesne University
Bruce Zimmerman, Jr., Towson University
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Division II

Sam Beatty, Shepherd College/St. Mary's College of Maryland
Jimmy Cain, Millersville University
Wes Carson, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Noah D'Alonzo, Wilmington University
Nick Delavalle, David and Elkins College
Darren Donastorg, Wilmington University
Derek Donastorg, Wilmington University
David Menker, Chowan University
Ryan Miller, Davis and Elkins College
Anthony Richards, Wilmington University
Brooks Ryan, Wilmington University
Garrett Sancomb, Wheeling Jesuit University
Glenn Stratton, Coker College
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Division III

Abel Arocho, Shenandoah University/CCBC Catonsville 
Matt Ansaldi, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Liam Aquino, Washington College
Tim Benjamin, Randolph-Macon College
Joe Bentz, Stevenson University
Eric Brown, Gettysburg College
Mike Bucci, McDaniel College
Michael Bullock, Washington College
Paul Burmester, Catholic University
Aidan Cain, DePauw University/CCBC-Dundalk
Pat Cain, St. Mary's College of Maryland/Ohio Wesleyan/CCBC-Dundalk
Ben Cameron, Washington College
Ben Ciraolo, Misercordia University
Joey Couch, York College
Reid D'Antuono, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Andrew DiFerdinando, Eastern University
Joe DiNoto, Bates College
Jack Dougherty, Emory University
Danny Druzgala, Salisbury University/CCBC-Catonsville
Logan Dubbe, Washington College
Richard Duffee, York College
Ben Ferraro, Methodist College
Austin Feuerman, Ursinus College
Jason Freishtat, Marymount University
Justin Garber, Christopher Newport University
Ryan Garber, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Ryan Gilbert, Muhlenberg College
Ben Goldsmith, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Davis Grove, Stevenson University
Matt Hein, Salisbury University
Brandon Henderson, Ohio Wesleyan University
Tyler Henderson, Limestone University/Greensboro College
Tyler Hoeflich, University of Mary Washington 
Matt Hughes, Stevenson University
Louis Hutt, Washington University of St. Louis
Robert Jennings, Frostburg University/CCBC-Dundalk
Anson Justi, Macalester College
David Kendrick, Washington College
Ryan Kulick, York College
Garrett Kurtz, Dickenson College
Richie Lancashire, DeSales University
Brian Lewis, Washington College
John Lim, Swarthmore College
Michael Long, Washington College
Jonathon Lucido, Gettysburg College
Robert Lucido, Amherst University
Colby Manekin, Salisbury University
Matt Marinelli, Stevenson University
Nick Marinelli, Washington College
Wes McCoy, Dickinson University
Hunter McIntyre, Salisbury University
Tommy Mee, Johns Hopkins University
Paul Mellinger, Messiah College
Jacob Meyer, Waynesburg University
Nick Meyer, Stevenson University
Ben Miller, Susquehanna University/Waynesburg University
Doug Miller, Heidelberg University
Andrew Monger, McDaniel College
Brian Moran, Grove City College
Scott Moran, Grove City College
Tyler Morris, Juniata College
Dan Oleynik, Salisbury University
Josh Olsufka, Salisbury University
Dan Powers, Shenandoah University
Nestor Rentas, Jr., Randolph-Macon University
Marcus Richardson, McDaniel College
A.J. Rosenthal, Salisbury University/Frostburg University
Eric Sackandy, Roanoke College
Tyler Sadowski, Gettysburg College
Matt Schmauder, Penn State - Altoona
Raul Shah, Johns Hopkins University
Kevin Showe, Greensboro College
Thomas Soloman, Johns Hopkins University
Garrett Southern, York College
Jordan Szarko, Stevenson University
Rohan Tilva, Johns Hopkins University
Jeff Walker, Eastern Mennonite College
Patrick Watson, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Nick Wright, Widener University/CCBC-Catonsville
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Junior College

Josh Beglan, CCBC Catonsville
Ben Bleyer, CCBC-Catonsville
Chris Horn, Montgomery Community College
Christian Laidley, CCBC-Catonsville

Evan Russell, CCBC-Catonsville
Mitchell Smith, CCBC-Catonsville
Ryan Yesner, CCBC-Catonsville

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John Kuchno was selected in the 2012 MLB Rule 4 Draft in the 18th Round by the Pittsburgh Pirates.  John had been playing for Ohio State University prior to his selection.  The Ellicott City native signed with Pittsburgh and began his professional career with the State College Spikes.
John Kuchno was selected in the 2012 MLB Rule 4 Draft in the 18th Round by the Pittsburgh Pirates.  John had been playing for Ohio State University prior to his selection.  The Ellicott City native signed with Pittsburgh and began his professional career with the State College Spikes.
Peter SolomonPeter Solomon.   Former HCYP Raiders pitcher, Peter Solomon, was drafted in the 21st round by the San Diego Padres in the 2014 MLB amateur draft.  Numerous MLB teams spoke to Peter and his family during the draft, indicating their interest in making Peter a Day One (top ten rounds) selection, perhaps as early as Round 3.  However, each team was told that Peter fully intended to honor his letter of intent to attend the University of Notre Dame and play baseball for the Fighting Irish.  Peter, a 2014 graduate of Mount Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore, turns 18 years of age later this summer and is looking forward to heading to South Bend, Indiana to begin his college pursuits.
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