WESTFIELD (September 29, 2021) — The USA Baseball 18U national team is composed of the country’s top 16-to-18-year-old, including Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School senior and Indiana Bulls Baseball member Andrew Dutkanych.
Dutkanych, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound, right-handed pitcher and third baseman, earned a spot on the 26-man roster after competing in the 2021 Prospect Development Pipeline (PDP) League as well as the 2021 18U National Team Trials on August 27-31 in Sarasota and Bradenton, Florida.
“It was such an honor to play for the United States and represent our country on the baseball field,” Dutkanych said. “It was fun and inspiring to be around some of the best players from all over the country and I am hoping that I can continue to improve to eventually make the Collegiate National Team, play in the World Baseball Classic or whatever is next.”
As the 14th ranked player in the country for the Class of 2022, Dutkanych competed in a seven-game friendships series against Canada from September 3-9, helping Team USA bring home a 5-1-1 win and making his coaches, including Indiana Bulls President Quinn Moore, incredibly proud.
“Andrew is a remarkable, coachable hard worker who’s always been driven to improve all areas of his game,” Moore said. “It’s been fun watching him grow and develop over the years, and we know he’s going to have a bright future in baseball and life because of his strong desire to improve every day.”
Dutkanych is also a 2022 Vanderbilt University baseball commit.
For more information about Dutkanych, or to schedule interview opportunities with him or Indiana Bulls personnel, please contact Kylee Kendall at (317) 436-8499 or email@example.com.
About Indiana Bulls Baseball
The Indiana Bulls are a not-for-profit youth baseball organization founded in 1991. The Bulls provide the region’s best players intensive skill development opportunities through high-level coaching, elite competition and broad exposure to college coaches and professional scouts. In 2021, the Indiana Bulls field 28 teams for players ages 8 through 17. Many Bulls alumni have gone on to play collegiate baseball and the program has had multiple players selected in the MLB Draft every year since 1995.