In 1992, UMHB’s Mike Meggers was the biggest name in NAIA baseball. He led the nation in homers, won Player of the Year, and was drafted by the Reds in the 8th Round of the June Amateur Draft. Today, he joins the True To The Cru Podcast to talk about it!
Robert Sanford, a newcomer for the UMHB baseball team in the Class of 2023, talks about his decision to join The Cru and playing in the one of the toughest districts in Texas. Listen now to this edition of “Catching up with the Commits”!
UMHB baseball incoming freshman Carson Riley might be the best catcher in the Central Texas area in the Class of 2023, and he comes to Belton looking to make an impact after a strong career at Liberty Hill HS. Listen now to this edition of “Catching up with the Commits”
Photo of Riley Bender courtesy of ACU Athletics BELTON-In True To The Cru’s latest edition of “Catching up with the Commits”, UMHB baseball transfer Riley Bender spoke with Riley Zayas about his decision to join The Cru, what the last two seasons at D1 Abilene Christian taught him, and how playing at Kingwood High School impacted […]
The trajectory of UMHB baseball’s 2024 season continues to project upwards. The Cru has earned a commitment from Riley Bender, an infielder from D-I Abilene Christian.
UTICA, Mich.-During his final season with UMHB baseball in 2022, Malek Bolin took center stage every time he walked to the plate.
Photo courtesy of Cameron Talburt BELTON-For Cameron Talburt, UMHB did not enter the recruiting picture until late in his sophomore season at Eastern Oklahoma State College. But once he connected with UMHB head coach Mike Stawski and the Crusader coaching staff, he quickly knew that he had found the right fit in Belton. An outfielder […]
In this edition of “Catching up with the Commits”, UMHB baseball commit Weston Dean talks about overcoming a serious of hurdles within his baseball career, and why he chose UMHB…(Hint: a passion for engineering was a key part of it). He also discusses the impact that playing at the JUCO level had on him and his enthusiasm for joining the Cru!
The UMHB baseball team is already well positioned with nearly every starting position player set to return in 2024. But this week, the Cru added two junior college transfers, boosting the incoming class.
BELTON- The final season for UMHB baseball’s five graduating seniors did not go as planned. But then again, the four years that Rahul Champanerni, Alex Palczewski, Robert McCall, Russell Valada, and Zack Honey spent with the Cru did not play out as they were projected to.