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"Versatile reload," Wiseman adds speedy infielder

Doug Wiseman has built his championship teams around players from across Ontario. He has gone off the menu in the off-season. His latest catch, Ashton Fong, hails from Colwood, British Columbia. "She reached out a week after nationals with interest." said Wiseman whose team was in BC for the CCSA national championships, which they won for a second straight year.

Source: St. Clair College Athletics

The 5’5” middle infielder/pitcher played club ball and won a bronze at the BC Summer Games in 2022 and silver at the U17 provincials last summer before capping off the season with a bronze at the nationals.

With the potential of losing up to seven players from last year's roster Wiseman is undertaking a "versatile reload." Joining the team this fall are Ada Umerah, Kamryn Coombs, Brooke Cameron, Danna Juarez and Zahnyah Jackson. Wiseman likes the versatility of his recruits.

"I thought I was done," Wiseman said. His program is receving a lot of interest following back-to-back championships and already has a 2025 crop knocking on the door. "I don't want to overcommit because I have a couple of really good kids that are on board for 2025. I don't want to be sitting at 17 and have no one that's graduating."

It's an admirable position to be in as Wiseman looks to continue the programs' success.

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