2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – Brennan Flodin

Name: Brennan Flodin

School Year: Freshman

Program: Business Program

Hometown: Surrey, BC

Positions: Pitcher, Outfield

Baseball Accomplishments: Made it to the Little League Junior Canadian Championships in 2014

Favourite artist/band: Tenacious D

Favourite Meal: Chicken Alfredo

Favourite Superhero: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Secret Talent no one knows about? Can beat luigi’s Mansion in under 2 hours

Dream Job: Zoo Keeper

Who did/do you idolize growing up? Jack Black

Pastime/Hobbies: Video Games

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2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – Jake Fischer

Name: Jake Fischer

School Year: Senior

Program: Computer Science

Hometown: Lacombe, AB

Positions: Catcher

Baseball Accomplishments: 2018 CCBC Champions, 2nd team All Conference freshman year and 1st team All Conference sophomore year

Favourite artist/band: Jcole, Mac Miller and Chance the Rapper

Favourite Meal: Lasagna

Favourite Superhero: Deadpool

Secret Talent no one knows about? I can beat anyone at any board game

Dream Job: Stats and Analytics for the MLb

Who did/do you idolize growing up? My Dad

Pastime/Hobbies: Video Games

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OC take 3 of 4 from PBA, finish season 21-7 (New Team Record)

The Coyotes travelled to Lethbridge this past weekend for their final 4 games of the 2019 regular season. OC had the opportunity to lock down first place with a sweep, but fell just short taking 3 of 4 games. Now, the waiting game will happen as TRU plays UFV in a rescheduled game. If TRU wins, then OC will place 2nd. If UFV wins, then OC will place 1st.

In game one vs the PBA Dawgs, the OC bats came out swinging as they would score 11 runs on 15 hits and took advantage of 7 PBA walks and 6 errors. Leading the way were Senior Jake Fischer and Freshman Brendan Luther, who both recorded 4 hits. Fischer would blast his 4th homerun of the year and would also have 5 RBI in the game. Senior Jeremy Buckley would go 2 for 3 and would have 3 stolen bases. Sophomore Jesse Poniewozik would throw 5 innings allowing 5 runs on 8 hits before giving the ball to Sophomore Alex Dawson, who pitched the remaining 4 innings allowing 2 runs on 3 hits. OC would win the game 11-7.

Brendan Luther

In game two, the OC defense would let them down as they would commit 7 errors which would ultimately cost them the game. Freshman Brett Reid would throw very well for 6 innings allowing 5 runs on 7 hits. Sophomore Justin Lanigan would come in relief and would struggle as he would only throw 2/3 of an inning allowing 4 runs on 3 hits. Freshman Derick Powell would relieve Lanigan and would finish the game throwin 1 1/3 innings alloqing 1 unearned run on 2 hits. On offense, Luther would continue to swing a hot bat going 2 for 2 with two walks. Sophomore Nate Postle would also have 2 hits including his first career college homerun. Postle would also have 2 RBI and would come in to score 3 times. OC would lse game two 10-7.

Nate Postle

Game three saw the Coyotes get back on track and would have a tremendous outing by Junior Wyatt Hummel on the mound. Hummel would throw 8 innings allowing just 2 runs on 6 hits, he would walk just two batters and struck out 6. In relief, Sophomore Gavin Barrett would allowing no runs and no hits in the final frame. Four Coyotes would have two hits in the game including Senior Davis Todosichuk, Freshman Nolan King, Fischer and Postle. Postle would also drive in 4 RBI in the game. OC would win the game 8-2.

Wyatt Hummel

In the final game of the regular season, the Coyotes had the opportunity to make team history. Getting to 21 wins would set a new team record for most wins in a season and OC would get the performance they would need on the mound. Freshman Nic Taylor would throw his best game of the year going 8 innings allowing no runs and just 2 hits. Getting the save would be Freshman Austin Brown allowing no runs and no hits in the bottom of the 9th. The OC bats would only muster 5 hits in the game but would take advantage of 5 walks and would steal 9 bases in the game. OC would win the final game of the season 3-0.

Nic Taylor

This season was full of records being broken. Senior Trevor Brigden set the single season strikeout record at 64 and also set the record for most wins in a season at 6. Junior Wyatt Hummel set a new ERA record with a 0.87 ERA (min 20ip). The OC pitching staff also set new records with a 3.22 team ERA, and also struck out a record 268 batters. The OC offense also set a record for most hits with 275 and tied their best batting average at .283. The big record broken this year was the stolen base record, OC amassed 96 stolen bases this season, a number that will surely stand for a long time.

OC will now wait for the result of todays make up game between TRU and UFV to determine their standing for the CCBC Championship tournament that start on Thursday April 9th.

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2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – Daniel Baydak

Name: Daniel Baydak

School Year: Freshman

Program: Human Kinetics

Hometown: Airdrie, AB

Positions: Catcher

Baseball Accomplishments: Bantam AAA Provincial Champs

Favourite artist/band: Logic

Favourite Meal: Quesadilla

Favourite Superhero: Spiderman

Secret Talent no one knows about? Saxaphonist

Dream Job: Physiotherapist

Who did/do you idolize growing up? My Dad

Pastime/Hobbies: Rock-Climbing, Hockey and Golf

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2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – Massimo Peranio

Name: Massimo Peranio

School Year: Freshman

Program: Heavy Duty Mechanics

Hometown: Abbotsford, BC

Positions: 1B/3B

Baseball Accomplishments: PBL Champs 2018

Favourite artist/band: Luke Combs

Favourite Meal: Pasta

Favourite Superhero: The FLash

Secret Talent no one knows about? iPhone Water Pong Champ

Dream Job: Ice Cream Man

Who did/do you idolize growing up? Albert Pujols

Pastime/Hobbies: Camping

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2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – Gavin Barrett

Name: Gavin Barrett

School Year: Sophomore

Program: Arts

Hometown: Kelowna, BC

Positions: Pitcher

Baseball Accomplishments: 2018 CCBC Champions, 2017 BC Provincial Champions, 2017 and 2017 BC Midget AAA All-Star Selection

Favourite artist/band: Joyner Lucas / Meek Mill

Favourite Meal: Chinese Food

Favourite Superhero: Starlord

Secret Talent no one knows about? I can make a mean grilled cheese sandwich

Dream Job: MLB Pitcher

Who did/do you idolize growing up? Tom Hanks

Pastime/Hobbies: Lifting, Hiking, Gaming

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2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – Darrin Reay

Name: Darrin Reay

School Year: Junior

Program: Business Administration

Hometown: Sherwood Park, AB

Positions: Pitcher

Baseball Accomplishments: 2018 CCBC Champions, Baseball Alberta Provincial Champion in 2011 and 2013

Favourite artist/band: Jon Pardi

Favourite Meal: Sushi

Favourite Superhero: Spiderman

Secret Talent no one knows about? My short game in golf

Dream Job: NHL referee

Who did/do you idolize growing up? Sidney Crosby

Pastime/Hobbies: Golf, Tennis and Travelling

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2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – Mike Duwyn

Name: Mike Duwyn

School Year: Freshman

Program: Business Administration

Hometown: Delhi, ON

Positions: 2B, SS

Baseball Accomplishments: 3x Provincial Champ

Favourite artist/band: Greta Van Fleet

Favourite Meal: Chicken Parm

Favourite Superhero: Kevin Pillar

Secret Talent no one knows about? I Don’t Have Any

Dream Job: MLB GM

Who did/do you idolize growing up? Derek Jeter

Pastime/Hobbie: Fishing

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Seniors Night, Wednesday May 1st vs TRU

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On Wednesday May 1st, your OC Coyotes will play host to Thompson Rivers University in a battle between the top two teams in the CCBC, which will have huge implecations on deciding the regular season champ. OC currently sits atop the CCBC at 17-5 (.773 win %) and TRU is 19-6 (.760 win %). The teams have split their 6 games this season.

Trevor Brigden

Jeremy Buckley

Davis Todosichuk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday will also be the night the Coyotes celebrate their graduating players, Trevor Brigden, Jeremy Buckley and Davis Todosichuk. Please come join us for this important night. Games start at 3pm, at Elks Stadium.

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2019 Coyotes Player Spotlight – CHris Wyslobocki

Name: Chris Wyslobocki

School Year: Sophomore

Program: Business Administration

Hometown: Toronto, ON

Positions: Pitcher

Baseball Accomplishments: 2018 CCBC Champions, 2018 U21 National Champions, OBA Champion

Favourite artist/band: Drake

Favourite Meal: Burger and Fries

Favourite Superhero: Lavar Ball

Secret Talent no one knows about? I have ice in my veins

Dream Job: Big Baller Brand Employee

Who did/do you idolize growing up? Lavar Ball

Pastime/Hobbies: Working Out

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