Friday, January 20, 2017, 6:52AM
Sammy Siani (William Penn Charter 2019) has verbally committed to Duke University to continue his academic and baseball careers! Sammy has been training and playing Whiz Kids since he was 8 years old. He currently trains at Player Development Systems. Sammy distinguishes himself as the most hardworking athlete in any room he stands in. Congratulations Sammy! #trusttheprocess
We know what we are doing. The question is do you know what you're doing.
Monday, November 28, 2016, 8:45PM
Brandon Kohn, Upper Moreland HS, Class of 2017, commits to Harford Community College Congratulations & Good luck Brandon !
Friday, November 18, 2016, 5:00PM
Congratulations to Kade Jones (La Salle 2017) on his commitment to Play at Widener University! We are proud of all your hard work and excited for your future! GOOD LUCK !!!
Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 8:46PM
MIKE SIANI MAKES USA 18u NATIONAL TEAM
Congratulations to Whiz Kids' own Mike Siani (Penn Charter 2018) for making the USA 18u National team! Mike is a life long Whiz Kid who embodies all the values we attempt to instill in our players. Mike's humility, work ethic, diligence and attitude is contagious to teammates and coaches alike. He has many unique and special qualities that make him a true leader.
Mike will be traveling down to Mexico in October to compete.
Congrats Mike! Continue to make us all proud!
Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 8:43PM
Joe Miller LaSalle College High School Class of 2018 has verbally committed to attend The University of Pennsylvania. Joe has played Whiz Kids since he was 11 years old. He is an excellent student whose hard work and determination has paid off. Joe has played on our top showcase team since the 8th grade. He has through it all never looked back never gave up and has lead by example. Joe currently is a member of our 2016 17U showcase team and trains with Player Development Systems in Conshohocken PA. On a personal note Joe is the poster child for Whiz Kids. He works hard on and off the field and takes ownership of his performance in the class room and on the diamond. We have not seen the best Joe Miller yet that's still to come.
I would like to thank the Millers for trusting us with their son. As previously stated, it went just the way we drew it up. The thing is Joe did his part and more.
The question is we know what we are doing do you know what you're doing.
“Way to GO BOYZZZ”