From Toms River South baseball assistant Mitch Powitz:
Toms River South baseball announces that two seniors – Andrew McGee and Tyler Kapp – have signed letter of intents to play NCAA Division I baseball in New Jersey. McGee, a 6-foot-2, 200 lb. senior pitcher/designated hitter, has signed a letter of intent to attend Monmouth University. Kapp, a 6-foot-7, 210 lb. senior outfielder/pitcher/first baseman, has signed a letter of intent to attend New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).
McGee had a tremendous season for the 22-7 Indians last year as he went 6-3 with a 2.64 ERA and struck out 85 batters in 61 innings. He only allowed seven walks and 54 hits. McGee, who had four shutouts, recorded wins over St. Joe’s of Montvale, Egg Harbor Township, Southern, Henry Hudson, Lacey and St. Mary of Ryken, Md. Highlights
included a shutout win over Egg Habor in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group IV preliminaries, a one-hitter against state power St. Joe’s of Montvale in the Shore Challenge and a no-hitter again St. Mary. His three losses came at the hands of Jackson (A South champs; SCT Champs), TR North (NJSIAA SJ Group IV Champs) and CBA (NJSIAA Parochial A Champs). McGee was 2-1 as a sophomore with 1.04 ERA and 33 strikeouts in 27 IP, while only walking six.
Kapp, who missed the first two weeks of his junior season with a sprained ankle, batted .412 (21-51) with two doubles, 10 RBI, 13 runs scored and four stolen bases in 21 games. Kapp, who bats and throws lefthanded, had a very successful summer and fall pitching in American Legion and other competitive leagues.