Mike Dyer reports:
Mason senior shortstop Connor McVey committed to the UC baseball program today, according to Mason coach Ken Gray.
McVey, the GMC player of the year in 2012, was an Enquirer Division I all-area selection. He helped lead the Comets to a GMC title.
“I have been coaching for 40 years,” Gray said. “He’s as good of a position player that I have ever coached.”
McVey also had offers from NKU and Western Illinois. McVey hit .393 with 27 runs scored, 33 hits, six doubles, a home run, 16 RBI and 13 stolen bases last season for the Comets.
Mason is considered one of the area’s top teams entering this spring led by McVey and others including three standout pitchers TJ Zeuch (Pittsburgh), Andrew McDonald (Virginia Tech) and Seth Bowles (Ohio Dominican). The baseball season starts March 30 in Ohio with practice allowed to begin officially on Feb. 25.
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