Earlham Baseball Alumni
October 8th, 2019
This Week in Earlham Baseball
The Earlham Baseball team begins offseason workouts starting next Monday! This offseason will see a big emphasis on the strength and conditioning side with the Quakers having open field workouts to continue to improve. Offseason workouts will go up until Thanksgiving break and then our players will have a few more weeks of classes before finals. February 23rd will be here before we know it!
We also wanted to send out a reminder that our 2020 roster and schedule have been posted on goearlham.com so feel free to check it out! We will be introducing our first year players in the upcoming weeks as well!
This week we will be introducing you to RHP Kyle Gorman. Kyle has thrown 155 innings over his first three seasons for the Quakers and will set up as one of our conference starters during his Senior season. Over those 155 innings, Kyle has a career ERA of 4.57 with 105 strikeouts. He was also named all-HCAC Honoarable mention during his Freshman season in 2017. To learn more about Kyle, click here!
Assistant Coach – Cody Krumlauf
Cody Krumlauf, a member of Earlham's 2017 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship baseball team, will rejoin Earlham College baseball as a part-time assistant coach.
"We are very excited to add a former Quaker to our staff," said Steve Sakosits, Earlham's head baseball coach. "Cody will bring a championship mentality to our players and will be a tireless worker." Krumlauf was a two-time All-HCAC honoree with the Quakers, capturing First Team honors in 2017 as a senior and earning a nod on the Honorable Mention squad in 2016 as a senior. He finished his career in the Maroon and White with 130 career hits and a .283 batting average, with 24 doubles and eight home runs. Krumlauf charted a .363 on-base percentage and .400 slugging percentage during his collegiate career, and served as a team captain during his senior campaign. After graduation, Krumlauf played with both the Gary Southshore RailCats (American Association of Independent Professional Baseball) and the Schaumburg Boomers (Frontier League). He also coached at his high school alma mater, Dekalb High School (Waterloo, Ind.) during the 2019 season, helping lead the Barons to a confer ence championship and a berth in the sectional game.
Important dates for this Fall:
October 18th at 7 PM- Alumni Baseball game @ Randal R. Sadler Stadium
October 19th starting at 7 AM - Alumni & Friends Golf Outing @ Richmond Elks
ABC's of Earlham
This week's letter in the "ABC's of Earlham" is G for Graduate Programs. The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) and Master of Education (M.Ed) Programs are fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and by the state of Indiana. An 11-month program for college graduates who want to become licensed teachers or coaches, this full-time program begins each year in early June and leads to teacher licensure and a master’s degree the following May. Earlham's M.A.T. offers licensure in social studies, English/language arts, mathematics, science and modern foreign languages, and Physical Education all at the middle and high school levels. Many former Earlham Baseball players have gone on to do the M.A.T. or M.Ed. program and have had great success finding jobs right away in teaching and coaching!
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