2 Coral Glades Baseball Players Commit to Play College Baseball

2 Coral Glades Baseball Players Commit to Play College Baseball

Angelo Smith and Emanuel Sohit. {HSBN}

By: Matt Rothman 

It’s early in the baseball season for a pair of Coral Glades seniors, but Emanuel Sohit and Angelo Smith are already set to play college baseball next year.

“I am very proud of  Angelo Smith and Emanuel Sohit on committing to play college baseball,” said Head Coach Joe Franco. “It is great to see their hard work over these four years in the Coral Glades Baseball program has paid off.”

Angelo Smith

Smith is signed to play at Middle Georgia State College and had his best season in 2021 after hitting .333 with six RBIs and 15 runs scored.

“It’s definitely a relief of stress knowing that you are going to college out of your high school season, Smith said. “It was a long process going to showcases, but once you have a college looking at you and knowing that you are going to go somewhere, it’s pretty fun.

Emanuel Sohit

Sohit, who has been on the varsity baseball team since he was a freshman, is signed to play at the University of Fort Lauderdale. During his junior year, he had his best season when he went 6-3 with an ERA 0f 1.91. He came into this season with seven career wins and started opening day for the Jaguars in their game against Monarch High School on February 23.

“It’s always a big accomplishment,” said Sohit. “I am lucky enough to be able to do it, and it relieves some stress knowing that I am going somewhere.”

Both players will have a chance to continue their senior year with the Jaguars, looking to win a District Championship three of their four years of high school before joining two college programs that have combined to win 23 games already in 2022.

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Matt Rothman

Matt Rothman
Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.

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