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One of our primary goals is preparing players to compete and succeed at the college level. We do this by selecting coaches who have played or coached at the collegiate or professional level. Additionally, we schedule competition with teams we know will push our players to improve their own skills. Lastly, through our educational seminars we provide players and families with the information they need to make smart choices regarding college recruiting.
 
Coast to Coast currently has alumni playing at every level of college baseball.....and even professionally. The following C2C alums have been selected during the MLB Draft or signed a pro contract. 
 
Graham Harrison      
19th Round
   Oakland   
2003
Bryan Anderson
 4th Round
St. Louis
2005
Jake Hale
24th Round
Cleveland
2005
Jake Hale
20th Round
Toronto
2007
Tyler Sample
 3rd Round 
Kansas City
2008
Brian Flynn
18th Round
Boston
2008
Ryan Powell   
Free Agent
Independent
2008
Tony Rogowski   
Free Agent
Independent
2008
Eric Brown
Free Agent
Independent
2008
Jake Hale       
27th Round
Arizona
2009
Joe Bonfe
21st Round
NY Mets
2009
Tyler Gentry
Free Agent
Texas Rangers
2009
Brent Peterson
17th Round
Cincinnati Reds
2010
Brian Flynn   
7th Round
Detroit Tigers
2011
Ryan Meade
Free Agent
Independent
2011
 
 
 
Walker Stars at JU
2011-04-18
MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2011
Adam Brett Walker named A-Sun “Player of the Week”
C2C alum and Jacksonville University sophomore first baseman, Adam Walker, is considered by many to be a star after only a season and a half with the Dolphins but NASA may consider him a “Global Killer” with the amount of meteors shooting off of his bat last week, en route to Atlantic Sun Conference “Player of the Week” accolades.
 
In four games, Walker brought massive destruction to opposing pitching staff’s ERA by registering a .611 batting average (11-18) with four doubles, two home runs, 13 RBI, 21 total bases, a 1.167 slugging percentage and a .696 on-base percentage.

“Adam had a tremendous week for us,” said JU head coach Terry Alexander. “We had a lot of high scoring games over the weekend but fortunately for us, we were able to put more runs on the board and Adam was a big part of that. He has always been known as a power hitter but when you have a batting average above .400, you are more than that. The sky is the limit for him and I’m just fortunate to have Adam with our program right now.”

Against Georgia Southern, Walker went 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI to start out his week. In the first game against Campbell, he kept the water boiling by going 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI as JU rallied in the ninth for an 11-10 win. In game two of the series, he finished 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI as the Dolphins rallied for a 16-13 victory. In saving his best for last, Walker had a career day in the series finale by going 4-for-5 with three doubles and seven RBI.

Walker currently leads the Atlantic Sun Conference in slugging percentage (.719), RBI (51) and total bases (105) while ranking second in batting average (.418), hits (51) and doubles (15) and third in on-base percentage (.497) and home runs (9). He is also making his way into the JU career record book in less than two seasons, tying Rick Scheetz (1978-81) for 10th in the home run list with 25.

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