North Allegheny senior Kevin Schott has signed his letter of intent to play college baseball at Division II Gannon University in Erie, PA.
The crafty left-hander was a reliable arm for a Tigers team that reached the state’s Final Four in Class 6A last season. Schott made 10 appearances with five starts, posting a 1-1 record and a 2.36 ERA. In 29.2 innings pitched, Schott struck out 26 batters and was a Big 56 Conference all-section honorable mention selection.
As a sophomore, Schott made six appearances and two starts, delivering a 2-0 record and a sparkling ERA of 1.62 in 17.1 innings pitched.
At Gannon University, Schott will play for one of the premier programs in the PSAC. In 2019, the Golden Knights went 33-17 and won the program’s first-ever NCAA tournament game with a 6-4 win over West Chester in the Atlantic Regional.
Schott will major in history and secondary education. He is pictured above with his parents Eric and Jeannie Schott and North Allegheny head coach Andrew Heck.
North Allegheny senior Conor McSparran has signed his letter of intent to continue his athletic and academic career at Division II Alderson Broaddus University in West Virginia.
McSparran was a member of a North Allegheny team last season that posted a 19-7 record and reached the PIAA semifinals in Class 6A. McSparran made four appearances out of the bullpen and locked down a pair of saves. In 5.2 innings, McSparran posted an ERA of 2.47 and struck out five batters, averaging nearly one per inning.
McSparran plans to major in Exercise Science. He is pictured above with his parents Scott and Kim, brother Brett and head coach Andrew Heck.