Niagara Power Welcomes first 4 players

By: Zach Sidorenko

             The Niagara Power have announced four of the players that will make up the 2018 season roster. These four athletes are Infielders Connor Walsh and Josh Surowiec, outfielder Jaylon Lee, and pitcher Max Adams.

             Infielder Connor Walsh comes to the Power from Keene State, located in Keene, New Hampshire. He is a sophomore from Goffstown, New Hampshire. He bats and throws right-handed and is listed at 6’2 and 200lbs. In his freshman ball this past season, he batted .280 and contributed one homerun and 28 RBI’s.

            The other infielder that has been announced is Josh Surowiec. Josh is from nearby Williamsville, NY and is in the midst of his freshman year at Mercyhurst. He is listed at 6’2 and 230lbs.

            The third position player and first outfielder that has been announced for the Power is Jaylon Lee. Jaylon plays for Eastern Mennonite University, located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Jaylon also bats and throws right-handed and the Eastern Mennonite freshman is from Newport News, Virginia.

            The lone pitcher and most experienced player that the Niagara Power have announced is Baldwin Wallace College sophomore Max Adams. Max is from Massillon, Ohio and in his freshman season at Baldwin Wallace (Berea, OH) Max put up a 3.79 ERA. He also bats and throws right-handed and is listed at 6’7 and 220lbs.