The Cyclones are surely excited to be back on the field for the upcoming 2019 season. For the opportunity to defend their regional championship and play for a chance to return to the national tournament. The Cyclones  have forty players on their roster. This includes twelve sophomores, so overall they will have a pretty young team to start the season. But those sophomores are some very talented ones too.


The Cyclones will have back four of their starting pitchers this season;

Austin Gohl   Right Hander Sartell High School

Brad White                Right Hander Alief Hasting High School in Texas

Logan Aleshire         Right Hander St. Cloud Tech High School

Hunter Malachek     Left Hander   Maple Lake High School


The Cyclones will have three potential Freshman Starting on the mound:

Yadiel Rolon Torres Right Hander            Manuel Cruz Madeira Puerto Rico

Ronaldo Fernandez Right Hander Hialeah High School Florida

JJ Baez                            Right Hander        Everglades High School Florida


The Cyclones will have six potential relievers on the roster:

Cole Wellman                Right Hander        New Ulm High School

Benjamin Negron     Right Hander Christian Military Academy Puerto Rico

Michael Ulland              Left Hander          Champlin Park High School

Darnavus Martin           Left Hander          Deerfield Beach High School Florida

Brady Burgau                 Right Hander        Jefferson HS Alexandria, MN

Luis Massa                     Right Hander        Voc Rep Costa Rica Puerto Rico



The Cyclones position players potentially will look like this:

Luis Massa    (Soph)     Center Field                    Voc Rep Costa Rica Puerto Rico

Jordan Mercado (Fresh) Shortstop            Mater Lakes Academy Florida

Daniel Mendoza (Fresh) First Baseman   Julia de Burgos Puerto Rico

Logan Aleshire   (Soph)  Third Baseman  St. Cloud Tech High School

Gabriel Romero  (Fresh) Left Field                       Ronald Reagan HS Florida

Leo Gonzalez.     (Fresh) Right Field        WP Davidson HS Georgia

Edmanuelly Gomez (Fresh) DH                 ESC Sup Voc de Costa PR

Carlos Gomez           (Soph) Catcher                     U.E.I. Juan Crisostomo Falcon

Will Funk                  (Fresh) Second Base            Sauk Centre High School


Reserves that are expected to get a great deal of playing time:

Brandon Puig            (Fresh) Catcher                     City of Hialeah Ed. Acad. Florida

Tony Bobrowski.  (Soph) Catcher             Hill Murray High School

Brady Burgau            (Soph)  Second                     Jefferson HS Alexandria, MN

Luis Perez                  (Fresh) Second                     Angel DeLa Guarda VZ

Nathan Pereira          (Soph)  Third                        Westwood Christian Florida

Bryan Ferriera          (Fresh) Third             Everglades High School Florida

JJ Baez                       (Fresh) Outfield                    Everglades High School Florida

Tanner Blommer. (Fresh) Outfield                        St. Cloud Apollo St. Cloud, Mn

Hunter Malachek.(Soph)  Outfield                        Maple Lake High School


HEAD COACH: Jason Fischer in his eighth year as the Head Coach, he has a 221-70 record. The Cyclones have won Five State Championships and Three Regional Championships. He is a Fergus Falls High School graduate and Orthopedic Ice amateur player.

Assistant Coach: Bruce Thompson returns to the Cyclones; he was the Head Coach at Lackawanna Community College, a Division 11 program. He built a 87-49 record in three seasons as the Head Coach. Bruce is a former SCSU player, he is working in the Admissions at SCTCC.

Tyler Hebrink is a  Willmar High School graduate; former Bird Island Islander and presently first baseman for the Watkins Clippers amateur team. Presently working at the Math and Science Academy in St. Cloud.

Bryan Benson and Edwin Zambrana both are Volunteer Assistant Coaches. Bryan is a Assistant St.Cloud Silverstreak Legion coach, former Watkins Clipper Amateur player and presently a Freeport Black Sox player.


The Cyclones will travel to Florida for their Spring Break, where they will play twelve games at the Russ Matt Invite.

Wednesday 3/6

Penn State Hazelton             10:30

Delta College                                      1:30

Thursday 3/7

Niagara County CC              8:15 AM/10:15 AM

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