Penn State Baseball Earns Two Class Of 2023 Commitments
Penn State baseball head coach Mike Gambino is hot on the recruiting trail and picked up two additional commitments from the Class of 2023 in pitchers Matthew Morash and Will Perkowski Wednesday.
Morash is a left-handed pitcher and outfielder from Westford, Massachusetts.
Morash attended Westford Academy and played travel ball for the North East Baseball Club, a college baseball development program that has produced over 100 MLB Draft picks since its inception.
Perkowski, a Goffstown, New Hampshire, native, is a right-handed pitcher and first baseman. The 6’4,” 200-pound recruit is a member of NH Prospects, another New England development club that regularly produces Division I baseball athletes.
Perkowski announced his flip to the blue and white after originally committing to Southern New Hampshire University.
Morash and Perkowksi’s commitments follow that of four pitchers who announced their intention to join the Nittany Lions last week. With three of the four pitching commitments joining the team for the 2025 season, Morash and Perkowski will join Gambino and Co. in 2024 along with transfers Frankie Sanchez, Zach Mizrahi, Matt Maloney, Adam Cecere, and Shayne Audet.
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