The Seawolves will send seven players to the prestigious Cape Cod League, which is known as one of the top summer leagues in the country. Arizona, Florida, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Stanford are the only teams in the nation that will send more players to the Cape than Stony Brook.
Last summer, junior right-hander Nick Tropeano (West Islip, N.Y.) had an outstanding season for the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape League. Tropeano led the league wuith 44 strikeouts and pitched 6.2 innings of no-hit relief to lead the Kettleers to a 6-0 victory in the decisive third game of the Cape Cod League Championship series.
In addition to the Cape, the Seawolves will send players to nine other summer leagues including the Northwoods League and the New England Collegiate Baseball League.
Below are leagues and teams that Stony Brook players will be competing in this summer.
|James Campbell||NECBL||Old Orchard|
|Michael Hubbard||Northwoods||Thunder Bay|
|Anthony Italiano||Hamptons||North Fork|
|Sal Intagliata||Cal Ripken||Silver Springs|
|Joshua Mason||CCL||Orange County|
|Brandon McNitt||CCL||Orange County|
|Gabriel Pena||Ohio Valley||Owensboro|
|G.C. Yerry||NECBL||Old Orchard|