Ohio Monarchs Blue & Gold Announce 2009 Rosters

Ohio Monarchs announce their 2009 summer team rosters.

With over 50% returning starters from 2008 season, the Ohio Monarchs are for sure to compete for the NABF College World Series 2009. The Ohio Monarchs Gold won the 2008 NABF CWS and is pre-season favorites to win a back to back crown.

Ohio Monarchs Gold Roster

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Ryan Mouch wins NABF Colligate 2008 scholarship
Written by Steve Timofeev   
Monday, 29 December 2008 09:46

The National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) Colligate is proud to announce the 2008 scholarship winner, Ryan Mouch. The scholarship was presented on Nov. 28th 2008, by Aaron Myers, Toledo NABF commissioner. Mouch’s team, Ohio Monarchs Gold, won this year’s NABF 2008 College World Series. The Monarchs Gold is the first Toledo team to win the NABF College World Series.

The NABF, founded in 1914, has awarded a scholarship each year since 1985, endowed by the executive director emeritus and his wife, Ronald and Irene McMinn who the scholarship named after. Eligible candidates must be enrolled in an accredited college or university, participate in federation events, and must be sponsored by a NABF franchised member association.

 

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Ohio Monarchs win NABF World Series
Written by Steve Timofeev   
Wednesday, 20 August 2008 18:07

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THE TOLEDO BLADE
By MARK MONROE
BLADE SPORTS WRITER

Toledo area squad goes 5-1 en route to title

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Casey Winckowski fouls off a pitch at Joe E. Brown Park. Winckowski had the game-winning hit in the title game.
( THE BLADE/ANDY MORRISON )
The Ohio Monarchs proved to be kings of the diamond this summer.

The Toledo-based baseball team won the 2008 National Amateur Baseball Federation College Division World Series on Aug 11. The prestigious annual tournament was held locally this year and the Ohio Monarchs Gold team took the title.

The Monarchs went 5-1 to capture the championship. The Gold team lost just once in pool play and outscored their opponents 50-29. In the final, the Monarchs defeated the two- time defending NABF College champions, the Long Island, N.Y., Astros.

Clay High School graduate Casey Winckowski, who plays for Owens Community College, drilled a game-winning, walkoff double in the final.

"It was the perfect way to end a great summer," Winckowski said. "We really came together as one. We started playing real good ball. That was amazing. To get the winning hit to win the World Series - there's no better feeling in the world. Everyone went crazy."

 

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Former Genoa, Clay stars lead Gold in World Series
Written by Steve Timofeev   
Monday, 18 August 2008 18:50

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By Scott Calhoun    

The Oregon-based Ohio Monarchs Gold wood-bat federation collegiate level baseball team won the 2008 National Amateur Baseball Federation College Division World Series at Ned Skeldon Stadium August 11.

Comprised in large part of former Suburban Lakes League, Toledo City League and Northern Lakes League stars, the Monarchs overcame the defending champion Long Island (N.Y.) Astros in a dramatic 4-3 championship game victory.

The Tri-State Federation League champion Monarchs got a two-out RBI single from 2007 Oregon Clay graduate Casey Winckowski (Owens Comm. College) in the bottom of the ninth inning to capture the area’s first NABF college wood bat national title.

Former Toledo St. John’s Jesuit star Tim Corbey (2007) earned the win with three scoreless innings in relief of fellow SJJ alum and Oberlin College hurler Ben Kauder (Curtice).

The Monarchs trailed 3-0 after the top of the second, but an RBI single by Brandon McFarland in the bottom of the inning trimmed the Astros’ lead.

 

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Cory Hornyak’s offense, defense earns him MVP
Written by Steve Timofeev   
Monday, 18 August 2008 17:54

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By Scott Calhoun    


Cory Hornyak - Ohio Monarchs Summer College Baseball Former All-Suburban Lakes League and Genoa baseball star Cory Hornyak has made another mark on the area baseball scene.

Hornyak recently earned the National Amateur Baseball Federation College World Series Most Valuable Player award after helping lead the Ohio Monarchs Gold to championship triumph.

Using a wood bat, Hornyak hit .458 in the CWS, held at Ned Skeldon Stadium, the former home of the Toledo Mud Hens in Maumee at the Lucas County Fairgrounds.

He swiped six stolen bases, scored seven runs, clubbed a double and a triple, and played sensational defense in center all tourney long for the Monarchs.

 

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Monarchs Gold Win NABF College World Series
Written by Steve Timofeev   
Monday, 11 August 2008 09:42

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The Ohio Monarchs Gold captured their first NABF World Series title Monday morning in dramatic fashion.  Casey Winckowski singled in Kyle O'Connell in the bottom of the ninth with 2 outs.  The win captured the title over a 5 day period of baseball.  The Gold seemed to play their best baseball of the season with timely hitting, good pitching, and excellent defense.

The Gold started Ben Kauder in the championship game against Long Island Astros and he proved to be up to the task.  The Astros struck first in the top of the 2nd inning by scoring 3 runs.  The Astros loaded the bases with a hit batter and 2 singles.  They scored on a sacrifice fly, an error, and another single.  In the bottom of the inning the Monarchs came back with a run when Cory Hornyak singled and Brandon McFarland followed with a double down the right field line that scored Hornyak.

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Tri-State League Standings

Team W L T PCT
Canton 14 4 0 0.778
Northern 12 4 0 0.75
Pandas 9 8 0 0.529
Glaciers 8 8 0 0.5
Hawks 8 9 0 0.471
Valley 7 8 0 0.467
Sting 7 8 0 0.467
Athletics 6 10 0 0.375
Shannon 6 11 0 0.353
Ohio 3 10 0 0.231

Northwest Ohio Men's Baseball Association

Team
Won
Lost
Pct.
Hawks
7
0
1.000
Gray's
6
1
0.857
Select
4
1
0.800
Clouse
5
2
0.714
Spartans
3
2
0.600
Uitto
3
3
0.500
Perry
3
4
0.429
Amvet
2
3
0.400
Tilapia
3
5
0.375
Gamecocks
2
6
0.250
Ducks
2
7
0.222
Ravens
0
6
0.000
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CABA
 
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