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NOLL/SOLL are proud of our players and many have gone on to play at higher levels. If you have an update on former NOLL/SOLL players, please send a note to

January 2024 update: the following NOLL/SOLL vets have committed to college ball for the 2025 season:

Isaac Fendel (University of Puget Sound)

Mateo Morales (Occidental College)

Ben Skiles (Grinnell College)


We’re back! A lot has happened since this page was last updated. Please check back often for new information about our NOLL/SOLL veterans as they advance through the college and professional ranks.

After playing regularly for Stanford (and being named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year), Adam Crampton was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 9th round of the 2022 MLB Draft.

Nico Hoerner also played at Stanford before he was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 1st round of the 2018 MLB Draft. Hoerner was the first player of his draft class to make the majors and is a regular in the Cubs line-up.

As noted previously, Dom Miroglio was selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 20th round of the 2017 draft. Dom will be playing for Team Italy in the 2023 World Baseball Classic.

Future college players in 2024:

E. J. Cord has committed to William Jessup University.

Nikhil Newman-Anand has committed to Bard University.

College players in 2023:

Michael Dixon is an outfielder for Concordia University.

Blaine French plays first base for Delta College.

E J. McGrew pitches for Willamette University.

Ben Morgan is a catcher for the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens.

Mikey Paltiel piches for Cuesta College.

Ben Seashore-Hobson, who pitched a heroic game against a tough Gilroy Juniors All-Stars’ team in 2015, now pitches for Whitman College.

Sam Silveira is an outfielder at Chicago’s Roosevelt University.

Wyatt Thompson pitches for Chapman University.

Caden Wooster, famously known as ‘Tiny’ to his many NOLL/SOLL teammates, pitches for Santa Clara University.

Noah Zirkle will pitch for Mission College in the 2024 season.

College players from 2018-2022 included:

Josh Campuzano – Upper Iowa University

Zach Huffins – Arizona Western Community College. Huffins was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2019 and is currently a minor league free agent.

Gerald Nervis, Jr. – Grambling State University and Northern Colorado University

Reuben Drogin – U.C. Berkeley
Jake Patterson-Kohout – Ponoma-Pitzer
Angelo Paez – Cal-State Monterey Bay
Casey Klein – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Signed National letters of intent 2018:
*Michael Dixon – University of San Diego
*Gerald Nervis – St. Mary’s College

Leo Nierenberg named to the PAC-12 All-Academic team in 2018!

Langston Graham – New York University (Club)
Josh Cohen – Occidental – Oxy crushes Southern Vermont
Otis Statum – Nevada
David Kyriacou – KansasKyriacou power KU in home opener
Nico Hoerner – Stanford
Leo Nierenberg – Washington
Andre Nnebe – Santa Claranamed to All-WCC team
Cooper Weatherbee – NorthwesternWeatherbee leads NW to shutout win
Sam Hollenbach – Macalester
Alex Clemens – Claremont
Zane Johann – Carleton
Dominic Miroligio – USFMiroligio drafted in 20th round of MLB draft
Max Gordon – Lewis and Clark
Nkosi Djehuti-Mes – Texas A & M, Corpus Christi
Marcus Miller – UC Irvine (Club)
Ben Fratti – UC Irvine (Club)
Ian Lituchy – University of San Diego (Club)

Alumni updates and other achievements prior to 2016
Bob Saunders – San Jose State/University of Pacific
Eric Jaffe – UCLA
Teddy Kearns – Fordham
Jason Young – Stanford (Colorado Rockies)

Adam Crampton – 2013 Team USA U12 Team

NOLL/SOLL alumni shine at the collegiate level!
During a recent three game series in the Bay Area, Claremont-McKenna All-American sophmore and former Tiger, Pelican and Cub Alex WeberShapiro went 9 for 13 with 3 home runs, a pair of doubles and 8 RBIs. Also playing prominent roles on the CM Stags are sophmore Matt Moyer (Rangers, Mets, Pirates) and freshman Jake Bauch (Mariners, Cubs).

A stone’s throw from the Claremont field, Lucas Fogerty (Reds, Cardinals), Eddie Pickett (Phillies) and Mike Goldberg (Firebirds, Braves) star for Pomona-Pitzer.

Locally, Isai David (Paw Sox, Cubs) is playing at Laney College while Jake Walter (Mariners, Cardinals) is at Skyline College. Eddie Young (Phillies) isn’t playing baseball, but he is local – the Junior linebacker is a defensive stalwart for Cal’s Golden Bears.

Up the West Coast, Alex Briskin (Mariners, Cardinals) is a freshman under Scott Brosius at Linfield College in Oregon. Also at Linfield, altho playing football, is Nick Safir (Marlins, Phillies)

Moving East, we find Jeremy Simon (Yankees, Mariners, Cardinals) in a starring role for Oberlin College in Ohio. Adam Koshkin (Royals, Padres, Phillies)is toeing the rubber for Swarthmore College in Philadelphia and Eric Walterhouse (Giants) transferred from USF to catch for Missouri Baptist in St. Louis.

Several NOLL/SOLL alumni figure prominently in the collegiate Club baseball scene as well. Seth Jones (Giants) plays for the UC Santa Barbara club. Alex Ackerman-Greenberg (Indians, Mariners, Braves) was instrumental in starting a club team at Stanfurd this year with overwhelming success. Also establishing the groundwork for a new club team was Charlie Lesch (Mustangs) who is now delivering his submarine offerings for the Yale club. Frank Bauch (Giants, Reds, Braves) is captain and team president of the Northwestern University club team in Evanston IL.

Last, but not least, baseball is unique among the major sports in that players often skip college entirely to ply their trade professionally. Michael Durant (Marlins, Phillies) was drafted out of Berkeley HS to the Philadelphia Phillies and does just that for the Class-A Lakewood BlueClaws.

Each year as HS graduation looms, many more NOLL/SOLL players move on to colleges and universities with plans to continue the careers that began on local fields. Players, coaches and parents should know that anything is possible for NOLL/SOLL players – on little league fields, high school diamonds, at college or even Major League Baseball.

Brian Butler (Orioles, Padres, Cardinals, Mustangs) is playing at Sonoma State and this summer will take up a wood bat with the semi-pro Novato Knicks
Justin Hughes (Tigers, Mariners) is playing at Swarthmore College
Noah Walker (Pirates) is playing in the Israeli Professional Baseball League
Ben Zemmelman (Giants, Reds) is at Sierra College
Ryan Worley (?) and Deren Rehr-Davis (Firebirds) are at DVC
Erik Preston (?) is playing for the UCLA club team
Ryan Choi (?) is playing for the UCSC club team