Baseball - Boys Varsity
Berkshire School has a rich baseball tradition — the school has fielded a team every year since Seaver Buck founded the Berkshire in 1907, and the crack-of-the-bat can still be heard under the Mountain over one hundred years later. The Bears play a 20-game regular season, which includes 14 games in the Western New England Prep Baseball League (WNEPBL).
Playing quality baseball is our focus, and we are looking for players who want to compete, work hard, and do what is necessary for team success. We prepare our players for the next level, which includes working with each player interested in playing in college to find a school and program that is a good fit. Every season we work hard to guide our players to achieve individual goals, teach responsibility and discipline, model good sportsmanship, and instill a strong work ethic and team attitude.
WHERE SOME BEARS HAVE PLAYED
|University of Connecticut Jack Lambrecht '15||University of New Haven Will Aldam '14|
|Curry College Spencer Cookson '15||Sacred Heart University Jackson Aldam '15|
|Dickinson College Jonathan Chudacoff '14, Cristian Acosta '13||St. Lawrence University Loondy Lopez '15, Jake Farrell '12|
|Georgetown University Charlie Dillon '12||Stonehill College Isiah Nunez '14|
|Hamilton College Brian Ferrell '12||Wesleyan University Cyrus Rothwell-Ferraris '14|
|University of Louisville Ryan Summers '13|
2014 SEASON RECAP
The 2014 Berkshire squad put together one its most successful seasons in recent history with a league record of 10-3 (overall 14-4). With their performance, the Bears earned one of the four spots in the league playoffs and advanced to the league finals. From the 2014 squad Will Aldam '14 was awarded the Pitcher of the Year Award for the Young Division and Isiah Nunez 14', Nate Summers '14, Bryan Gerstenfeld '14, Jon Chudacoff '14, and Ian Rasmussen '14 were all named league all-stars for their performance. Five of our seniors will also be competing for time on their respective college teams next spring. With 9 returners and some quality additions for the 2015 season, the Bears look to once again be competitive in the league.