In one more late summer supurlative for the 2014 season, the Pirates had two sophomores that are off to play Division 1 baseball, as roommates and best buddies, pitcher Hunter Mitchell and center fielder, JD Perry have both committed to play at Louisiana Tech University. Continue reading
Pirates fans, click here to view the Pirates Inside Edition Video from our World Series trip. This link is also posted in the 2014 JUCO World Series tab in the menu.
Dear Pirate Fans, Supporters, and Members of The U Nation:
Most people that know me, or at least know me well, know that I wear my emotions on my sleeve. I tend to be an extremely happy and positive guy and have no problems letting that show. I do not have a good poker face and I am notorious for letting people in and trusting to a fault. I am somewhat of a hopeless romantic, in terms of appreciating and holding on to things from the past that have significant meaning and are just quite simply, special to me. I tend to be a Renaissance Man in those regards. I have a tendency to do a lot of reminiscing and referring back to special teams, players or moments during my career at CVCC. I am not sure that there is really anything wrong with that, as that is just who I am and I don’t really have any intentions on changing that. I don’t presume to think I am anything more than a baseball coach at a small town community college, however, I am intelligent enough to realize in order to put this season to bed and to be perfectly fair to our 2014 team, I want to give these Pirates their proper respects and give my most heartfelt appreciation and thanks to everyone involved before we embark on another season. Continue reading
The NJCAA released its 2013-14 Academic Honors for both teams and individuals, and once again, Chattahoochee Valley baseball was represented, as RHP Dylan Lee and LF Jeff Ronpirin both earned All Academic accolades. Continue reading
After one heck of a two year run at The U, seven more Chattahoochee Valley sophomore baseball players have made their decisions on where they will finish their careers’ on the diamond. Continue reading