We're Proud Of Our Alumni!Many LA-MV PONY Baseball players have moved on to more success in high school, college, and professional competition. Please go to a local high school, college, or minor league game and support these great players!
|Professional Alumni: Catch up with our current pros Stanford alum Erik Davis and Cal Poly alum Ryan Lee, and former pros Sonoma State alum Matt Means and Tulane alum Wes Swackhamer!|
|College Alumni: The 2011 season features 12 collegiate players, including eight in NCAA Division 1!|
|High School Alumni: A record 86 former LA-MV players are playing high school ball in 2011, including over a dozen incoming freshmen!|
2011 College Baseball Commits
The High School Class of 2011 is truly in a class by themselves, with
more PONY-Sanctioned, SuperSeries, USSSA, and CABA tournament championships
than any class in LA-MV history.
These players have continued to excel in High School,
dominating team rosters
and racking up an impressive list of personal and team accomplishments.
We're proud to announce the first of many from this class that we expect
to continue playing the game of baseball beyond High School!
Tyler Davis, Archbishop Mitty High School
has signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of Washington.
Tyler was 11-0 with a 2.87 earned run average and 82 strikeouts in 78
innings last season with the WCAL and CCS Champion Monarchs.
Tyler earned the WCAL’s Pitcher of the Year award as a
junior after making honorable mention all-league as a sophomore.
He was also a MaxPreps Junior All-American,
an ESPN/Rise All-California underclassman,
Mercury News All-County,
and was named to the Northern California all-star
team by the California Baseball Coaches Association.
Tyler was a perennial All Star with LA-MV, playing from Pinto through Colt,
and also played with Team USA U-14 in 2007.
Sean Edgecumbe, Archbishop Mitty High School
recently inducted into the LA-MV Wall of Honor at the 2011 Rosita Tournament, will be off to play Division 1 baseball at
Sean completed an illustrious career at Archbishop Mitty, playing every game at Center Field during Mitty's CCS Championship year as a Junior. (This was the year Mitty was ranked #1 in the country by many polls). Sean started nearly every game at Center during his Junior and Senior years, while leading the league in Fielding % during his Junior year for all outfielders.
He made 1st Team All-League WCAL for both his Junior and Senior years, and as a Senior, was voted 1st Team All-CCS.
Mat Snider, Los Altos High School
has signed a National Letter of Intent with Pepperdine University.
Mat is a two-way player the Waves can count on to pitch or play up the
In 2010 Mat hit .442 with three home runs and 15 stolen bases;
on the mound, he posted a 1.07 ERA with 20 strikeouts to earn both
Team MVP honors and a spot on the All-De Anza League first team.
The three-year honor roll student also received a league honorable mention
citation after his sophomore season of 2009, and was part of a team that
finished as the Central Coast Section's runner-up in 2008.
At the club level, Snider has played for the All-Star Academy
Knights since 2007 in addition to competing with the Giants Scout Team in 2010.
Mat was a perennial All Star with LA-MV, playing from Pinto through Palomino.