Last updated: Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 11:04 AM
The Bucks County Community College Centurions baseball team has been chosen as the 7th seed in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series. Bucks will play the 10th seed, Bryant & Stratton College-Albany, on Monday, May 16 when the tournament opens in DuBois, Pa.
It’s the first time that Bucks has been invited to the tournament, and the first baseball team invited from the new Eastern States Athletic Conference (ESAC).
The Centurions received the invitation after they won their first ESAC conference championship by defeating Central Penn 14 - 5 on May 5 at Newtown, Pa. Josh McGee, a freshman out of Long Island, N.Y. (Connetquot High School), batted in five runs and Dalton Turner, a freshman from Langhorne (Neshaminy High School), knocked in four to power the team to victory. Both shared player-of-the-game honors for their offensive performances.
The Centurions are led by head coach C.J. Brancato and assistant coach Andre Lihotz. The team finished the regular season with a record of 26-21-1.
The USCAA Small College World Series takes place May 16 –19 in DuBois, Pa. Games will be live streamed. For more information, visit the USCAA Championships webpage.
Bucks County Community College sports are Division II, non-athletic scholarship and compete in the USCAA. Bucks offers six intercollegiate sports in the USCAA in addition to eight club sports. To learn more, visit bucks.edu/athletics.