Ryan Lawrence, Greely class of 1995. Ryan Lawrence finished his tremendous career at Keene St. in 1999. Along the way, Ryan established records at Keene for most career assists (371), most assists in a season (119), most hits in a game (5), hits in a season (59), homeruns in a game (3), runs scored in a game(5), walks in a career (83) and walks in a season (31). Ryan ranks 3rd all-time at Keene in homeruns (13) and second in career RBI (94). As a Junior in 1998, Ryan batted .373 (47-126) with 7 homeruns, 28 RBI and 21 runs scored. As a Senior in 1999, Ryan batted .381 (59-155) with 3 homeruns, 37 RBI and 29 runs scored. At Greely, Ryan led Greely to back to back Regional championships in 1994 and 1995. Ryan was selected first Team All-State in 1995 and finished with 13 career wins as a pitcher.
Greg Brown, Greely class of 1995. Greg pitched for the Keene State Owls from 1996-1999. During his 4 year collegiate career, Greg made 32 appearances on the mound, 13 as a starter and 19 in relief. In his four years, Greg pitched 3 complete games, compiled a record of 6 wins and 4 losses with 1 save. For his career, Greg pitched 113 innings, striking out 50, walking 37 with a 6.21 ERA. At Greely, Greg helped lead the Rangers to Western Maine Regional Championships in 1994 and 1995. From 1993-1995, Greg compiled a pitching record of 11 wins, 3 losses for the Rangers.
Brandon Brewer, Greely class of 1997. After leaving the University of Maine at Orono’s program and spending a few years acting in Hollywood, Brandon Brewer returned to the diamond in 2004 in dramatic fashion. In the spring of 2004, Brandon led the University of Southern Maine Huskies in homeruns (13) total bases (106), RBI (47), slugging average (.774) and was second in batting average (.380). His 13 homeruns were 4 short of the school record, despite missing 10 games with an injury. He was named First Team All Little East in 2004 and one of Brandon’s homeruns that year was measured at over 500 ft. In 2005, Brandon batted .329 with 6 homeruns, 31 RBI, 39 runs and 10 stolen bases. Brandon led Greely to a State Championship in 1997. That spring Brandon was named to the All-State team, was the Maine Gatorade player of the year, the Mr. Baseball award winner for the State of Maine and the Telegram player of the year. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 1997 draft, but choose to go to UMO on a baseball scholarship.
Andrew Hanson, Greely class of 1997. Andrew finished his record breaking career at Princeton University in 2001. Andrew helped lead the Tigers to 4 consecutive Gehrig Division Championships from 1998 to 2001 and Ivy League Championships and NCAA tournament appearances in 2000 and 2001. Andrew earned All-Ivy league honors all 4 years including First Team in 2000. By the time he graduated in 2001 Andrew re-wrote the Princeton record book which has a rich history of over 100 years of baseball. Andrew ranked 4th in most games played in a career (161), 1st in games played in a season (48), 4th in career at bats (570), 3rd in at bats in a season (186), 12th in runs scored in a season (35), 5th in career hits (184), 5th in career runs scored(111), 3rd in hits in a season (63), 1st in hits in a game (6), 10th in career doubles (31), 8th in doubles in a season (12), 5th in career homeruns, 6th in homeruns in a season (8), 5th in career extra base hits (56), 7th in extra base hits in a season (20), 1st in extra base hits in a game (5), 1st in total bases in a season (118), 1st in total bases in a game (16), 9th in career slugging percentage (.498), 5th in career RBIs (118), 3rd in RBI in a season (47), 1st in RBI in a game (7), 1st in career put-outs (811), 1st and 2nd in most put-outs in a season (376, 369), 2nd in put-outs in a game (19) and 1st in put-outs in a 7 inning game(17). Andrew was the Princeton Captain in 2001 and the recipient of the prestigious Kafer Trophy. At Greely, Andrew was a 4 year starter and led Greely to Regional Championships in 1994, 1995 and 1997 and Greely's first State Championship in 1997 when he was selected First Team All-State.
Andrew Crowley, Greely class of 1999. Andrew finished his stellar collegiate career for Manhattanville in the spring of 2003. Drew was a four year starter combining for a .298 ( 124-416) batting average with 74 RBI and 77 runs scored. His 44 hits in 2001 were the 9th highest in school history and 12 doubles in 2001 were the 2nd highest total at Manhattanville for a season. Andrew was a three year starter at Greely. He was an All-Conference selection in 1999 when he helped lead Greely to the State Championship. Andrew also started for the 1997 State Championship team.
Neil Hutchings, Greely class of 1999. Neil pitched for the University of Southern Maine Huskies in 2002. Neil pitched 16 2/3 innings of relief, with 10 k’s and a 3.78 ERA for the season. At Greely, Neil started for the 1997 and 1999 State Championship teams. Neil recorded 13 career wins as a pitcher for the Rangers including 7-1 in 1999 when he was selected first team All-State.
Adam Lemieux, Greely class of 2000. Adam finished his tremendous collegiate career for the University of Southern Maine Huskies in 2004 Adam was named to the First Team All Little East for the second straight year. As a senior for the Huskies, Adam led his team in average (.403), runs (48), hits (77), stolen bases (9) and was second on the team with 43 RBI. Adam’s career numbers placed him on the Huskies career top 20 list for all major offensive categories including hits (213), runs (137), doubles (47), RBI (125) and total bases (298). His 77 hits in 2004 was the fourth highest for a season in school history and his 18 doubles in 2003 were the third highest total for a program known over the years for its offense firepower. Adam was an All-State player for Greely in 2000 when he batted .600 and was the winning pitcher in the 1999 State Championship game.
Miles Hunt, Greely class of 2000. Miles completed his career at Dickinson College in the spring of 2004. As a four year starter, Miles both pitched and played first base. In four years he combined for a .327 ( 98-299) average with 69 RBI, 6 homeruns and 38 runs scored. He also pitched 174.1 innings over 4 years, striking-out 131 and earning 11 wins. At Greely, Miles was a First Team All-Conference pitcher as a senior, going 6-0 with 3 complete game shut-outs. Miles also scored the game winning run in the bottom of the eighth in the 1999 State Championship game.
Dave McCorison, Greely class of 2001. Dave completed his senior year at Manhattanville in 2005. Dave was named First Team ECAC Div. III All Metro Designated Hitter in leading his team to a 23-15 record. In 2005, Dave batted .311 with 18 RBI, 20 runs, 2 homeruns and 5 stolen bases. Dave was also 2-0 as a pitcher in 20.3 innings pitched. In 2004, Dave was third on his team with 19 RBI while batting .238 with 7 doubles. Dave was also 2-1 as a pitcher in 6 appearances that year. Dave was a All-Conference player for Greely in 2001 when he batted .431 (25-58) with 18 RBI and 13 runs scored. He was also 6-1 as a pitcher with a 3.27 ERA as a senior.
Chris Twombly, Greely class of 2001. Chris completed his senior year at Skidmore in 2005. Chris batted .266 (21-79) with 5 RBI, 12 runs in helping his team to an overall record of 28-14 and the 2005 Liberty League Championship. Chris was a four year starter at Greely in centerfield. Chris batted .361 with 16 RBI, 12 stolen bases and 22 runs scored as a senior at Greely and was a member of the 1999 State Championship team and 2000 and 2001 League Championship teams.
Brent Lemieux, Greely class of 2002. Brent completed his collegiate career at the University of Southern Maine in 2006. In his final season Brent batted .318 with 3 doubles and 4 RBI. Brent’s best season was his Junior season in 2005 when he batted .345 (30-87) with 12 RBI, 13 runs and 4 stolen bases. Brent batted a combined .303 for the Huskies through his first two years. Brent was a 2 time First Team All-Conference outfielder for Greely in 2000 and 2001 and was an All-State selection in 2001. Brent’s junior and senior year at Greely he batted a combined .450 with 35 RBI, 50 runs and was 7-1 as a pitcher with a 2.44 career ERA.
Mark Baumer, Greely class of 2002. Mark finished his collegiate career at Wheaton by helping them to a 42-10 record and the Division III National runner-up. Mark batted .277 with 30 RBI, 4 HR’s and 15 doubles. The previous season, Mark was named the Div. III All New England Designated Hitter with a .318 batting average, 51 RBI, 46 runs, 9 homeruns, 8 doubles, 2 triples and an overall .547 slugging percentage. His RBI total was the 3rd highest in school history and his homerun total was the fourth highest in school history. Mark worked his way into the starting line-up half way through the 2004 season when he batted .355 (27-76) with 9 doubles, 2 homeruns and 13 RBI. Mark was a 2 time First Team All-Conference player for Greely in 2001 and 2002. Mark’s junior and senior year at Greely he combined for a .429 average with 56 RBI and 34 runs scored.
Nick Curato, Greely class of 2003. Nick finished his career at Tufts and helped the Jumbos to an overall record of 25W-12L in 2007. Nick was battling several injuries as a senior which limited his playing time but the senior did drive in 4 runs and scored six. As a Junior in 2006, Nick helped lead Tufts to a 24-14 record. Nick batted .304 with 18 RBI’s for the 2006 campaign. Nick was a First Team All-Conference selection in 2003 at Greely when he led the Western Maine Conference with a .500 batting average.
Ryan Copp, Greely class of 2004. Ryan Copp made the Division I University of Maine at Orono baseball team in the fall of 2004 as a walk-on. Ryan has recently transferred to Div II powerhouse Franklin Pierce. Ryan made his debut for Franklin Pierce on March 16, 2008 and doubled in his first career at-bat. Ryan was a 4 year starter and 2 time First Team All Conference Player at Greely. Ryan was one of 4 finalists for the Maine Mr. Baseball Award in 2004. As a senior at Greely, Ryan batted .438 with 6 homeruns and 24 RBI.
Matt Reade, Greely class of 2008. Junior Matt Reade was voted by his teammates as captain for the 2011 spring season. In 2011, he batted .328 in 35 games with 21 runs scored and 19 RBI. Matt had 3 doubles and 2 homeruns during the 2011 season and also had a .984 fielding percentage. Matt played in 28 games for the Elizabethtown Blue Jays batting .300 with 18 RBI and 15 runs scored in 2010 as a sophomore. The Blue Jays compiled a 24-16 record and finished as the Common Wealth Conference runner-ups. Matt was a 3 time all-conference third-basemen and 2008 Telegram All-State while at Greely.
Brandon Gallagher, Greely class of 2008. Brandon Gallagher completed his junior year for the University of Maine at Farmington Beavers in the spring of 2011. Brandon pitched in 8 games, earning a win and 3 complete games. He struck-out 20 in 36 2/3 innings of work. As a sophomore in 2010, Brandon made 7 appearances as a starter and reliever pitching 27 innings in total. While at Greely, Brandon compiled a record of 9-1 with a 1.43 career ERA while compiling 58 2/3 innings pitched with 56 strike-outs.
Tom Babb, Greely class of 2008. Tom pitched in 10 games in relief for Thomas college in the 2011 season. Tom earned a win and a save while striking-out 11 in 11 2/3 innings of work. Tom was 2-0 as a senior at Greely in 2008.
Nate Martin, Greely class of 2009. Nate played in 44 games as a sophomore in 2011. He batted .298 with 3 doubles, 1 homerun, 27 runs and 8 stolen bases. Nate played in 28 games as a freshmen at St. Joe's in the spring of 2010. Despite missing part of the season with injuries, Nate batted .347, 18 runs scored, 12 RBI and a team high 13 stolen bases. The Monks finished the season with an impressive 35-13 record. While at Greely, Nate was a 3 year starter in center-field, batting .406 with a school record 61 career stolen bases, 32 RBI and 74 runs scored. His 26 stolen bases in 2008 set the single season stolen base record as well. Nate was a 3 time First Team All-Conference selection and 2 time Telegram All-State selection. Nate was also named the 2009 Umpires Association Western Maine Conference player of the year and the Coaches Association Conference Player of the year and one of 4 finalist for the John Winkin Mr. Baseball Award finalist.
Pat Copp, Greely class of 2009. Pat played in 8 games for the Division II Southern New Hampshire Penmen in 2011. He batted .286 while missing most of the season with a hand injury. Pat has transferred to Saint Joe's. While at Greely, Pat was a member of the 2007 and 2009 State Championship teams and earned First-team All-Conference honors both his junior and senior seasons.
Sam Stauber, Greely class of 2009. Sam made 4 relief appearances as a freshmen for the Saint Joe's Monks in 2011. Sam had a 2.08 ERA, striking-out 4 in 4 innings worth of work. While at Greely, Sam set a school record with 10 wins in 2009, including a 1-hit complete game shut-out in the State Championship game.