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Website - Where Are They Now 

There have been some great players who have come through the baseball and softball program of the North Hills Athletic Association and we would like to recognize their on-the-field and off-the-field accomplishments.

If you, your son, your daughter, or anybody else you may know played in the NHAA, whether they are currently on the NH Varsity Team, college student/player, college graduate, doctor, engineer, etc., we want to know ...where are they now?

 

Please email a short bio and any pictures you have here and we'll make sure they make the page!

 

Here is just a sample of some of NHAA's finest:

 

Andrew Heck

AHeck - Duq   AHeck - OSU   AHeck - WW

 

Biography:
Andrew played his college baseball at both Duquesne and Oklahoma State University. He was named to the A10 All-Conference team in 2010 and led the Dukes in nine offensive and four pitching categories. He also set school records with 91 hits and 25 doubles. He joined the Oklahoma State in 2011 and played his senior season for the Cowboys. Andrew joined the Washington Wild Things in 2012.

 

Taylor Schmidt

TSchmidt - Cin

TSchmidt Tball-1   TSchmidt Minors-1   TSchmidt Minors-2

TSchmidt Pony-1   TSchmidt2 - Cin   TSchmidt3 - Cin

Biography:
High School: A two-time first team all-Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League selection ... earned WPIAL All-Star MVP award ... named to Pittsburgh Tribune Review Terrific 10 and a Pittsburgh Post Gazette All-Star in 2011 after hitting .521 with 19 stolen bases and a .623 on-base percentage ... owns single-season North Hills records in batting average (.521), stolen bases (19) and RBI (25 - 2010), as well as career record for steals (38) ... three-year varsity football letterwinner as a quarterback and defensive back for the Indians ... twice named to Post Gazette's "Fabulous 22" ... named first team all-state as a DB in 2011 ... named first team all-conference senior year and second team all-conference junior year, both as a QB.
    

2012 College (Freshman): Played in 12 ballgames with nine starts ... hit .500 with seven runs scored and seven RBIs ... slugged .563 with a .541 on-base percentage ... went 4 for 4 in stolen-base attempts ... was on seven-game hit streak when he suffered a season-ending leg injury at No. 21 Louisville (3/23) ... produced three-hit games vs. No. 2 Kentucky (3/21), vs. Michigan State (3/18) and vs. UMBC (2/26) ... drove in two runs three times - vs. Kentucky (3/21), vs. Chicago State (3/10) and vs. UMBC (2/26) ... scored three runs vs. UMBC (2/26).

 

Dustin Mills

DMills - CSU     DMills - BSox

 

Biography:

High School: Earned two letters as a starting centerfielder for North Hills, and led the team to a WPIAL Sectional Championship in 2002. Dustin was also an All-section pick as a senior, and a two-time North HIlls Palomino All-Star Honoree.

College: 2005 First Team All-Conference and All-ECAC selection, member of the Academic All-Conference Team for three seasons, holds school-record for single-season hits (52 in 2005) and runs (37 in 2006), member of NCAA Student Athlete Honors Society. Played for both University of Pittsburgh (Johnstown) and Cleveland State University.

Post-College: Coached the North HIlls 9th Grade Indians, is the founder of and currently plays for the semi-pro Steel City Black Sox.

 

 Steve Long

SLong - BSox    

 

Biography:

High School: Steve is a 2003 graduate of North HIlls High School and was a two-sport standout in basketball and baseball. Steve also was named the 2003 U.S. Army Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year Award.

College: Steve attended Seton Hill University in the fall 2003 on a baseball scholarship. While at Seton Hill, Steve started all four years as an outfielder and pitcher. He was a two-time all-conference selection as an outfielder and pitcher. He helped lead Seton Hill to two conference championships, one Regional Championship, one Atlantic Coast Super Regional Championship, and in 2006 he helped Seton Hill earn a NAIA World-Series birth in Lewiston, Idaho.  The Seton Hill baseball program compiled 122 wins in his four-year career. 

Post-College: After his decorated playing career at Seton Hill, he took over the reigns as pitching coach at Seton Hill from July 2008 to August 2010. Seton Hill’s pitching staff led the West Virginia Intercollegiate Conference in ERA and strikeouts, both years Steve was pitching coach. Currently, Steve is a special education teacher, an assistant Varsity Baseball Coach at North Hills Senior High School, and currently plays for the semi-pro Steel City Black Sox.

 

 

 Evan Euler

EEuler - GU     EEuler - GU2

 

Biography:

High School: Played for the North Hills Varsity Baseball and Football Indians, was a two-sport athlete, lettering three times in baseball and twice in football. Led North Hills in RBI and extra-base hits as a sophomore and junior, named Special Teams Player of the Year in football, averaged 38.8 yards per punt as a senior, and listed in “Who’s Who Among American High School Students.”

College: 4 year starter at Gannon University in both baseball and football.

  • 2009: Made 11 appearances, starting nine. Led the Gannon pitching staff in complete games (4) while ranking second in ERA and innings pitched (57.2). Threw three shutout innings against Missouri-St. Louis, striking out three and walking none. Struck out a season-high five hitters in six innings against California (Pa.).
  • 2008: Pitched in 11 games, starting nine. Threw five complete games, tied for most on the team. Recorded a three-hit shutout of Penn State-Beaver March 30, striking out seven and walking none. Was one of five Gannon pitchers to appear in at least 10 games. Picked off seven runners, good for second in the GLIAC. Led the conference by not allowing a triple all year. Allowed only one earned run in three consecutive appearances against Mercyhurst, Northwood and Findlay. Struck out at least one hitter in every appearance.
  • 2007: Appeared in eight games, starting six. Made his first career start against Concordia during Gannon’s spring trip . Tossed five scoreless inning against Stonehill. Started for the Gannon football team as a true freshman, ranking seventh among GLIAC punters in yards per punt (37.7).

Post-College: Gannon University Assistant Football Coach. Evan is also a certified recruiter for the NCAA and also offers 1-on-1 Instruction to youth baseball pitcher and hitters.

 

 


FIRST

 LAST
COLLEGE
HS
GRAD
BRIAN
HAREWICZ
CALIFORNIA
2001
NICK
KAPPAS
ALLEGHENY 
2001
JEFF
MARZOLF
CALIFORNIA
2001
CRAIG
PICCIAFOCO
ACC 
2001
BOB
SCHMID
ALLEGHENY 
2001
SCOTT
SEAPKER
W&J
2002
DENNY 
DIPASQUALE
POINTPARK
2003
STEVEN
GUMPF
SETON HILL
2003
STEVEN
LONG
SETON HILL
2003
DUSTIN
MILLS
PITT JOHNSTOWN
2003
ERIC
NACHREINER
PS BEHREND
2003
MIKE 
REEVES
HIGHPOINT
2003
ANTHONY
TALOTTA
BETHANY
2004
BRIAN
LONG
CLEVELAND ST
2005
BRIAN
YOUCHAK
JOHNS HOPKINS
2005
EVAN
EULER
GANNON
2006
BRIAN
MILLER
WAGNER
2006
ANDREW
HECK
DUQUESNE
2007
BRIAN
WISNIEWSKI
JOHN CARROLL
2007

 

 

 

 

 
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