18U Uday Bal commits to NCAA D1 Mount St. Mary's, News (Ontario Royals)

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18U Uday Bal commits to NCAA D1 Mount St. Mary's
Submitted By Matt Mills on Thursday, January 3, 2019
The Ontario Royals would like to congratulate 18U middle infielder Udhay Bal on becoming the first college commitment of the 2018/19 season. Through his outstanding athletic prowess and dedication, Udhay will continue his career as freshman at the NCAA D1 Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.

The Mounts compete at the highest NCAA division in the Northeastern Conference (NEC), Northeast College Athletic Conference (NCAC). With a stellar student-athletic program and strong commitment to player development The Mounts have seen 12 of their athletes to multiple Olympics since their inception and numerous baseball athletes achieve conference and state distinctions. With the acquisition of Bal The Mounts are looking to extend their reputation of excellence this past 2018 where they have sent one of their star athletes to the All-NEC 1st team and three others to the All-NEC 2nd team. In addition to this The Mounts have sent 2 players to the Coastal Plain League (CPL) National All-Star Team. Showcasing his talents during the fall preseason Udhay left a distinguished impression in the eyes of The Mount’s coaching staff who looking forward to his contributions in the upcoming 2018/19 season.

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