A pitcher at Monmouth University. In his stint for the Hawks, Monmouth went on to win three NEC regular-season titles, two Northeast Conference Championships and appear in two DIV I. NCAA College World Series Regionals.
Played his college baseball at James Madison University where he was a 2-time captain. Joe played infield/outfield and earned All-Conference and All-State honors. He also helped lead JMU to its first Conference Championship in school history in 2008.
4-year starter at Rider University. Cotten was a standout defender and is 8th All-time in career hits, 24th in RBIs, and 25th in Avg at Rider. Received All-MAAC and All-State honors and helped lead the Broncos to win the MAAC Conference championship in 2010.
Infielder at Manfield University. Ranks at the top in Hits and RBI’s all time. In 2010 Chris batted .390, driving in 41 RBI’s and 4 HRs. Also, set one of the records for longest hitting streaks in Mansfield’s history lasting 21 games.
Played his college ball at Temple University. 4-year standout who started his career as a reliever who then had to make the quick transition to a starter. 2013 was a breakout year for Kuehn, who posted a 2.21 ERA in 16 appearances, notching five saves, tying him for fourth all-time at Temple for the most in a season. In Temples final year of its program Ryan was at the forefront of taking Temple to the AAC Conference Championship playoffs. Ryan threw over 100 innings and appeared in over 50 games for the Owls.
Eddie Ravert is a Havertown native who played at Malvern Prep and at The University of Scranton. At Malvern, Eddie was named 2nd-team all-Inter-Ac as a catcher his senior year and played in the Carpenter Cup Classic and Joe Barrett All-Star Game. He was also named honorable mention all-Main Line and received Malvern’s sportsmanship award for the 2010 season. He was also selected speaker for his class graduation.
At Scranton, Eddie was a four-year letter winner and a three-year starter as a catcher. He helped lead his team to the Landmark Conference championship two of his four years. He also helped lead his team to be voted as the top moment in Landmark Conference baseball history with Scranton’s come-from-behind, extra-inning victory over Catholic in the 2013 conference playoffs. Eddie has also led coaching initiatives in hitting, catching, pitching and fielding at NELL, the Electric City Baseball Academy, Sandlot Baseball Academy and with the Bell Ringers.
Joe was a 2012 graduate of Malvern Prep. At Malvern, he was a two-way play (pitcher and first basemen). Joe helped lead his team to two Inter-Ac Championships as well as a State Championship. Joe was First-Team All Inter-Ac, First Team All-City, Inter-Ac MVP, Philadelphia Inquirer Player of the Year, and Gatorade Player of the Year Runner-up in Pennsylvania. Additionally, Joe was ranked the #12 high school player in Pennsylvania by Perfect Game USA. Collegiately, Joe played at La Salle University in the Atlantic 10 Conference. At La Salle, Joe was First Team All Atlantic 10, First Team All-Big 5, La Salle Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Senior CLASS Award Finalist (award for top Senior in the nation), Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team, Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team, Rawlings All-Region Team. During his Junior Season, Joe was ranked 12th in the nation in slugging percentage, one spot ahead of Chicago Cubs 2nd Baseman, Ian Happ.
Joe Played collegiate summer ball in the Cape Cod League for the Harwich Mariners amongst the top collegiate players in the nation. In July 2016, Joe signed his first contract in professional baseball, inking a deal with the Rockland Boulders of the Can-Am League. In November 2016, he was then traded to the Washington Wild Things of the Frontier League where he would pitch in 2017. Joe has led numerous clinics at NELL, Malvern Prep, Cape Cod, and other locations, in addition to giving private lessons for the last two years. He has been involved with PBT since September 2016 and is on the Malvern Prep Baseball coaching staff this spring.