Senior CJ Masciel has signed to play baseball at Cal Baptist University. The Friars shortstop shared, "I really like the campus and the culture of the team. It is clear that they treat each other as family and stick together." He went on to say, "CBU is a great school and I can't wait to continue my athletic career and education there."
Senior baseball player Abel Oropeza has committed to play baseball at Norwich University. The Friars infielder shared, "I chose Norwich University because of their Corps of Cadets Program. It's an opportunity to be an Officer in the Military and learn to be the best leader I can be. Although I had several offers from other Division I and Division II programs, I knew once I stepped foot on the Norwich campus, it was where I wanted to go."
The Friars right handed pitcher said, "I chose Siena because of the environment, the people and the coaches, basically everything about it attracted me there." Snyder, who was born in New York and spent part of his childhood there, shared that after visiting again now it felt like a home away from home and the right fit for him.
"Alexander is a Servite Friar through and through," says Servite head basketball coach, John Morris. "He is a four-year member of the basketball program who has trusted the process and worked diligently to get to where he is today. He is a great example of what it means to be a faith-filled leader and a great mentor for younger players in our program."