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Mackay commits to NCAA D1 Western Kentucky
Submitted By Matt Mills on Friday, April 3, 2020
The Ontario Royals organization would like to congratulate 18U INF/P Brodie Mackay on his commitment to play at NCAA D1 Western Kentucky University, starting in the fall of 2021. 

Brodie's parents — Sue and Dave — are extremely proud of their son's commitment to WKU, and attribute Brodie's growth as both a baseball player and a young man to the Royals program and coaches.

Brodie joined the Royals as an underage player at the 16U age level, and has flourished as a standout infielder, hitter, and team leader. Last season Mackay also took his talents onto the mound, where he's turning into a dangerous right-handed pitcher.

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Western Kentucky University, located in Bowling Green, KY, competes in the NCAA D1, Conference USA.

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