Huskies from NU and UConn
New England clubs have fared well on the national stage since a whole handful advanced to the NCAA tournament in 2016, including a Boston College club that earned its first-ever Super Regional trip. Last spring was no different as UConn had more wins away from home (27 road and neutral) than any team in the country and Northeastern earned its first tournament bid, also as an at-large, since 2003.
Though the MLB draft hit both packs of Huskies after last season and led to the early losses of Northeastern outfielder Charlie McConnell (Reading, Mass.) and UConn lefty Tim Cate (Manchester, Conn.) among others, they should reload and maintain their positions among the region’s front-runners again in 2019.
Lefties lead the way