Since 2010, CHAA has been blessed to see many of our student athletes play at the collegiate level. Learn more about these athletes below.
GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
Daniel Collins was a four-year starter for the Hurricanes during the program’s first four years of existence. The right-handed pitcher is first all-time in wins (16) and shutouts (3), second in games pitched (41), innings pitched (144) and strikeouts (166). He’s also second all-time in career batting average (.460) and the leader in career hits (116). After three seasons at Montreat College in North Carolina, he will pitch for Georgia Southern University for his final season of college baseball.
SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY
Caleb Hill was on the very first Hurricanes high school team as an 8th grader in 2011. He played his 8th and 10th-grade seasons with the Hurricanes. He is tied for second in career complete games in Canes’ history with four. The right-handed pitcher is a senior at Savannah State University in 2018.
MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY
Right handed pitcher Scheldon Paulk left his mark on Hurricanes baseball history. He’s the all-time leader in career innings pitched with 146 1/3, games pitched (42), games started (24), saves (6) and strikeouts (198). He could hit too. He ranks fourth all-time in hits (84), second in doubles (21) and fourth in home runs (2) and triples (4). In 2018 he’ll toe the rubber at Middle Tennessee State University for his senior season.
Ryan Rockwell was a 4-year starter on the diamond for the Hurricanes. Twice named to the All-Area team by the Savannah Morning News, Rockwell signed a baseball scholarship to play at Montreat College in North Carolina. Ryan was undefeated (13-0) for his high school career,with a 2.08 E.RA. The 13 wins is good for second all-time, behind Daniel Collins. His 97 strikeouts are good for fourth. Offensively, Rockwell ranks first all-time in stolen bases (74), plate appearances (347) and is fourth in RBI (57), runs (97) and fifth in hits (78) and triples (5).