College Wrap Wk 20 - Cerantola, Davis, Hewitt, Julien, Lindsay

Great Lake Canadians and Junior National Team alum Eric Cerantola (Oakville, Ont.) was part of the Mississippi State team that defeated Stanford in the Starkville Super Regional. Photo: Mississippi State Athletics

Great Lake Canadians and Junior National Team alum Eric Cerantola (Oakville, Ont.) was part of the Mississippi State team that defeated Stanford in the Starkville Super Regional. Photo: Mississippi State Athletics

June 10, 2019

College Wrap for June 3-9

By Kevin Wall

Canadian Baseball Network

The week started with five Canadians playing in NCAA playoff tournaments.

Eric Lindsay (Cambridge, Ont.) with Central Mo represented Canada in the NCAA D2 Championships in Cary, N.C. where they finished third.

Four Canadians represented Canada in the NCAA D1 Super Regionals where teams are playing to earn a ticket the to the 8-team NCAA D1 College World Series.

On the winning side of the coin:

ABC and Junior National Team alum Edouard Julien (Quebec City, Que.) helped lead the Auburn Tigers to a College World Series berth. Photo: Auburn Athletics

ABC and Junior National Team alum Edouard Julien (Quebec City, Que.) helped lead the Auburn Tigers to a College World Series berth. Photo: Auburn Athletics

Edouard Julien (Quebec City, QC) with Auburn defeated North Carlina in the Chapel Hill Super Regional

*Of special note, Julien had an outstanding series recording 1 home run, four singles, two walks and six RBI in 14 plate appearances.

Eric Cerantola (Oakville, Ont.) with Mississippi St. defeated Stanford in the Starkville Super Regional.

Ontario Blue Jays grad Cooper Davis (Mississauga, Ont.) helped Vanderbilt defeat Duke in the Nashville Super Regional. Photo: Vanderbilt Athletics

Ontario Blue Jays grad Cooper Davis (Mississauga, Ont.) helped Vanderbilt defeat Duke in the Nashville Super Regional. Photo: Vanderbilt Athletics

Cooper Davis (Mississauga, Ont.) with Vanderbilt defeated Duke in the Nashville Super Regional.

On the losing side of the coin:

Max Hewitt (Midhurst, Ont.) and Oklahoma St. lost the rubber game against Texas Tech in the Lubbock Super Regional.

The NCAA D1 College World Series takes place June 15-26 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Good Luck to Edouard, Eric and Cooper!

This report was created by Kevin Wall (@CollegeBaseba12) on Jun 11, 2019 for the Canadian Baseball Network.