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OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE 2012
OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE BASEBALL 2012

OHIO HEAT BASEBALL PROGRAM, INC. 2012 9U-THRU 18U &  OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE BASEBALL

     The Ohio Heat  is entering its 14th year as a top level select AABC baseball program. The Ohio Heat has always been one of the top teams in Cincinnati, Ohio and the surrounding region.  The Collegiate team will be Managed by John Silvani, President of Ohio Heat Basesball, playing in the Southern Valley Ohio Collegiate League, while all other teams will be playing in the National Divison of the Southwest Ohio League, a member of the SWOL for 14  continuous years.  

Welcome to all new Ohio Heat Baseball Program, Inc. Teams for 2012....The Ohio Heat has teams in MOST age divisions and some have multiple teams. 

OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE  GETTING READY FOR THE 2012 SEASON BECOMING PART OF THE SOVCL IN THEIR FIRST SEASON.  

    THE OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE TEAM WILL BE MANAGED BY OHIO HEAT PRESIDENT JOHN SILVANI.  THE FOLLOWING COACHING STAFF WILL BE ADDED IN 2012:   MARY SILVANI, (Coached collegiately at Morehead College as well as 14 years experience with the Ohio Heat) and ED BRITTON, Head Coach (Asst. Coach at Princeton High School) 15+ years experience Stat Staff will include SWOL Board Member Wes Girdler: THIS WILL BE THE COACHING STAFF IN 2012...

WE WILL HAVE SOME OF THE AREAS TOP COLLEGIATE TALENT PLAYING IN THE NEWLY FORMED SOUTHERN OHIO VALLEY COLLEGIATE LEAGUE WOOD BAT LEAGUE.  THE TEAM WILL BEGIN PLAY  JUNE 3, 2012 FACING THE CINCINNATI STARS A 2ND YEAR COLLEGE TEAM WITH VERY GOOD PLAYERS.   WE WILL PLAY THROUGH JULY CULMINATING IN A 14 TEAM TOURNAMENT AGAINST OUT OF TOWN TEAMS THAT HAVE BEEN INVITED TO PLAY.  WE HAVE ADDED SOME VERY NICE PLAYERS TO OUR ROSTER IN 2012 INCLUDING:

1.)   ANDREW DEPEEL--  CATCHER,    JUNIOR WALSH UNIVERSITY   D2

                                                          3RD. YEAR OHIO HEAT

2.)   ERIC BRITTON--   1B, LHP,          FRESHMAN UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HAMILTON  

                                                         3RD YEAR OHIO HEAT

3.)   GIOVANNI SILVANI--  1B, LHP    SOPHOMORE  UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI CLERMONT 2ND. YEAR OHIO HEAT,   ACADEMIC ALL AMERICAN  

4.)   JEREMY WHITE--- 2B. SS. RHP    UNOH   2ND. YEAR OHIO HEAT

5.)   MATT BACK--- OF, 1B, LHP  JUNIOR  MARIAN UNIVERSITY 3RD YEAR OHIO HEAT 

6.)   THOMAS GIBSON--IF, C, RHP     UNOH - 3RD. YEAR OHIO HEAT

7.)   TONY PIPER-- IF, RHP SOPHOMORE UNIVERSITYOFCINCINNATI CLERMONT 2ND. OHIO HEAT 

8.)   JOSH LANPHIER, C, IF               JUNIOR HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY 2ND. YEAR OHIO HEAT

9.)   DANNY ROPER, 3B, RHP FRESHMAN WALSH UNIVERSITY  

10.) ZACH  LARRIMORE, SS RHP       FRESHMAN  MID-CONTINENT UNIVERSITY

11.) RUSS  NEELEY, OF, 3B, 1B         FRESHMAN  WILMINGTON COLLEGE

12.) ZACH ROBERTS, C, OF         PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL

13,) DERRICK CROMWELL , SS         PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL  

14.) BEN BENNETT, C                         FRESHMAN/KINGS HIGH  UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY   D2

15.) ALEX ISADORE, OF                    FRESHMAN UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI CLERMONT 2ND                                                            YEAR  OHIO HEAT

16.) RONALD HARRISON, 1B            

17.) NATHAN HALE, RHP                   SOPHOMORE UNIVESTIY OF CINCINNATI CLERMONT

18.) MARK KOHMESHER ,OF                   UNIVERSITY OF CINCNNATI, CLUB 

19.) KODY PANKO, IF, OF                 MILFORD HIGH SCHOOL/UC CLERMONT

20.) NATHAN STROME, RHP 1B       JUNIOR  OHIO WESLYEN UNIVERSITY  5 YEARS WITH OHIO  HEAT FROM 14U- 18U

21.) BRENT WAGNER, RHP       Sophomore   Northern Kentucky University

... Call or email us for a private interview or invite us to your tournament. We are always looking for top-level opponents and tournaments. 



Saturday, May 26
DIRECTIONS TO HERITAGE PARK FIELD #2

 FOR PRACTICE ON MAY 28TH, 2012 MONDAY AT 4:00-PM

 

HERITAGE PARK-- FIELD NUMBERS  2 AND 3

11405 EAST MIAMI RIVER RD.

CINCINNATI, OHIO 45252 

 I-275 TO THE COLERAIN EXIT 33.  GO NORTH ON COLERAIN (I-27 NORTH OH- 126 W)AWAY FROM I275 FOR ABOUT 4.1 MILES, TAKE THE EAST MIAMI RIVER RD. TOWARDS FAIRFIELD APPROXIMATELY 1 TENTH  1/10TH MILE, TURN LEFT ONTO EAST MIAMI RIVER RD. AND PROCEED FOR APPROXIMATELY 2.1 MILES THE PARK WILL BE ON YOUR RIGHT.



Monday, May 14
2012 Collegiate Schedule

Please click on Handouts to the left and then when it appears on the page.  The 2012 College schedule should be easy to download to your computer.  It is in excel format.



Saturday, November 26
OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE TO PLAY IN THE SOUTHERN VALLEY OHIO COLLEGIATE LEAGUE IN 2012


Monday, August 1
OHIO HEAT SWOL SANCTIONED TRYOUTS:

16U NATIONAL DIVISION OHIO HEAT BASEBALL PROGRAM TRYOUTS WILL BE AT HERITAGE PARK FIELD #3 ON AUGUST 6TH AND 7TH AT 2:00 PM. 

Call Don @ 470-3600 or email donakins1@gmail.com for directions
For 2012 Our team will be playing in the SWOL National League, additionally we will be playing in very high level tournaments with 2-3 requiring overnight stays. The 
Ohio Heat Baseball Program, Inc.  offers tremendous fundraising to offset participation fees.

 

10U NATIONAL DIVISION WILL HAVE TRYOUTS THE SAME TIME AND DAY AS THE 16U TEAM ON FIELD #4.
New SWOL 10U Baseball Team to play in the Southwest Ohio League, Sanctioned by the league and John Silvani, President/Founder of the Original Ohio Heat Baseball Program, Inc.
Tryouts will be held at Heritage Park Field # 4 on East Miami River Road near Ross, Ohio.  Tryouts will start promptly at 2PM.  Please wear baseball attire.  All positions open and this 
will be the first tryout.  Call if you are unable to make the tryout.  Can not turn 11 years old until May 1, 2011.

Please call Mark Sheppard for additional information.   If rain the tryouts will be Sunday at 2:00 PM same place.

Mark Sheppard 513-659- 5455 Email: msheppard@rematiptop.com  



Tuesday, June 14
Ohio Heat Collegiate 7 Cincinnati Talons Collegiate 5

The Ohio Heat scored 7 runs in the first 5 innings and took a 7-0 lead into the top of the Talons 6th when the bats came awake and the Talons plated 5 runs.  Matt Back on his way to his third win of the season with 7 strike outs in 5 and 2/3 innings was taken out and replaced by Jeremy White, UNOH/Elder and his side arm delivery.  Jeremy 5 batters and did not allow another run in 3 and 1/3 innings to get the save.  Eric Britton, Walsh/UC Clermont stroke his first home run of the young summer when he took a Tyree 1-0 pitch over the right field fence giving the Ohio Heat a 2 run lead in the bottom of two.  Thomas Gibson, UNOH/UC Clermont knocked in Jerem White and Eric Britton sacrificed Tyler Haskins, Marietta to make the score 4-0 after three.  In the 4th the Ohio Heat had bases loaded with no outs and only scored one run in the 4th, and 2 in the 5th.  Alex Isadora, UC Clermont stroked a double to deep left after Andy Depeel, Walsh double to center and scored on Alexes hit. Josh Ungerbuehler was 2 for 4 scoring once.  The Ohio Heat managed to bang out 13 hits leaving 7 on base.  At the end of the 9 Inning game the Ohio Heat held on to win 7-5.  Winning Pitcher Matt Back, Marian University is 3-0 and Jeremy White, UNOH picked up the save. 

Friday, June 10
DIRECTIONS TO JOYCE PARK FIELD #14

TAKE RIVER RD. TO JOYCE PARK ENTRANCE FOLLOW PAST WATER PARK ON LEFT. KEEP LOOKING TO THE LEFT AND THE FIELD WILL BE IN THE FAR LEFT HAND CORNER. TURN AND PARK AT THE END OF THE RIGHT FIELD FENCE. GAME TIME 11 AM BE THERE AT 10:15 AM.  BRING BOTH UNIS.



Wednesday, June 8
HEAT BEAT CHAMPIONS COLLEGE TEAM IN THE HEAT

The Ohio Heat Collegiate team played a very talented Champions Collegiate in the sweltering heat at heritage Park last night and came away with a 9 inning 6-1 victory.  The Heat sent UC Clermont Academic All American lefty Giovanni Silvani to the mound where in 4 complete innings he gave up 4  hits, and struck out two, but at the end of 4 complete the Heat could not plate any runs and the score remainded 0-0. Great plays by 2b Jeremy White, UNOH helped hold the opponents scoreless.  A wall at catcher Andy Depeel, made it even easier as he had NO passed balls in 9 innings behind the dish.  Champions sent UD right hander Joe Cronin to the mound who threw 35 pitches in the first before retireing the Heat.  It was a pitchers duel for the first four innings when the Heat went to the crafty Lefthander from Marian College (second year with the Heat), Matt Back who pitched well and gave up th loan unearned run on an overthrow on a one out first and third play.  Matt retired the side in the 7th and 8th while, Champions went to Pool to pitch, in the 6th, in the bottom of the 6th the Ohio Heat broke it open when timely hits from Brian Kirschbaum, Huntington College got on and scored, Tyler Haskins also hit well with Marty Greinke beating out a sac. bunt for a base hit.  The Heat went on to score 5 more runs and after 6 complete the Heat had a 5 run lead.  Matt Back gave up nothing but a couple of hits in the 7th and 8th.  In the 9th the Heat brought on closer Brian Kirschbaum who gave up a coupld of hits but ultimately struck out three to end Champions threat.  The Ohio Heat went to 3-1 with the win.

Wednesday, June 8
Ohio Heat go to 5-1 after defeating the Cincinnati Talons

The Ohio Heat have moved to 4-1 after defeating Yorkville Collegiate

 

  1.  Game One June 1, 2011 Ohio Heat Collegiate 8 Cincinnati Stars 7  WP- Matt Back  Save - Brian    Kirschbaum
  2.   Game  Two June 2, 2011  Ohio Heat Collegiate 2  Cincinnat Talons 5
  3.  Game Three June 5, 2011 Ohio Heat Collegiate 6  Yorkville Collegiate 1 WP- Tony Piper 6 INN
  4.  Game Four June 7, 2011 Ohio Heat Collegiate 6 ChampionsCollege Baseball 1- WP Matt Back Gio  Silvani 4 scoreless innings, Brian Kirshbaum - Strikes out three in the 9th
  5.  Game five June 12, 2011 Ohio Heat Collegiate 8 Yorkville Collegiate 3. 
  6.  Game six June 14, 2011 Ohio Heat Collegiate 7 Cincinnati Talons 5.  Eric Britton goes yard for a  2 run home run.

 



Thursday, June 2
OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE BEAT D1 LADEN CINCINNATI STARS

OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE BEAT CINCINNATI STARS 8-7 AFTER LEADING 7-1 IN THE 5TH.

Thursday, October 14
JORDAN GRILLIOT SIGNS WITH RICHMOND RIVER RATS

CONGRATULATIONS GO OUT TO "OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE" PLAYER JORDAN GRILLIOT AS HE WAS SIGNED  IN THE SUMMER PROSPECT LEAGUE WITH THE RICHMOND RIVER RATS.  THEY PLAY IN THE SAME TYPE LEAGUE AS THE FLORENCE FREEDOM.  JORDAN PLAYS FOR MARIETTA COLLEGE WHERE HE STARTED IN RIGHT FIELD AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010.  HE IS A FIVE TOOL PLAYER THAT HAS A GREAT WORK ETHIC AND ATTITUDE.  WE ARE ALL PROUD OF HIM.

Monday, July 28
OHIO HEAT ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2008 18U

  • MIDLAND INVITATIONAL ROUND ROBIN, JUNE 5-8, 2008 - 1ST PLACE  Record- 4-1
  • OHIO HEAT CABA WORLD SERIES QUALIFIER JUNE 10-13 -  1ST PLACE  Record-  4-0
  • NISCHWITZ TOURNAMENT- JUNE 19-22, 2008 Record   3-2
  • GREAT BLACK SWAMP TOURNAMENT- JUNE 26-29, 2008 PARTICIPANT  Record- 2-3
  • OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE JULY 4TH WOOD BAT JULY 3-6, 2008  - 1ST PLACE Record- 4-0
  • FLAMES OHIO VALLEY BCS- 3RD PLACE  Record pool play 4-0, Record Overall 4-1
  • PREMIER BASEBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS  JULY 16-20, 2008  5TH PLACE (30 TEAMS)  Pool Play 4-1 with #3 Seed in Gold Championship round Ending Record 4-2

TOURNAMENT RECORD  25-9

TOTAL RECORD 33-13



Saturday, July 19
Ohio Heat Baseball Seeded #3 in Powerhouse Premier Baseball Nationals

The Ohio Heat 18U beat the McKinney Texas Marshalls 17-1,  Missouri Rawlings' Prospects 7-2,  The Houston Heat 14-6 (in five), The Arlington Texas A's 11-6 lost to the Louisiana Knights 13-12.

 The Ohio Heat landed the #3 seed and earned a Bye in the first round of the Gold Division Championships.

 Congratulations to all the young men who are representing Cincinnati and the state of Ohio well in this very strong event.

 The following pitchers have done well for the Ohio Heat-- Patrick Curtin/Gio Silvani win against Marshalls 17-1,  Brian Bascom/Casey Henn win vs. Rawlings Prospects 7-2,  Brad Yinger/Brent Suter win vs. Houston Heat 14-6 (in five) Nate Strome complete game win vs. Arlington A's 11-6. 

Great Hitting and scoring of 69 runs by the entire lineup.  A full recap of hitting will be in follow up.

                            GOOD LUCK IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND



Tuesday, October 9
OHIO HEAT 15-17 YEAR OLDS GO 12-O WIN PAST TIME FALL BALL LEAGUE & TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP

THE OHIO HEAT BASEBALL PROGRAM CONTINUES TO RUMBLE AND DOMINATE THE FALL SCENE WITH 12 CONSECUTIVE WINS AT PAST TIME PARK.  THE LEAGUE AND TOURNAMENT WAS WON BY A COMBINATION OF ALL AGE OHIO HEAT PLAYERS AND FRIENDS OF THE OHIO HEAT 14, 15, 16 AND SOME 17 YEAR OLDS.    THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND WAS PLAYED SATURDAY NIGHT WITH A WIN OVER MAC AND FIRE FROM THE WEST SIDE   10-7AND THE DELHI CUBS  9-3 ALSO FROM THE WEST SIDE.  GOOD JOB OHIO HEAT BASEBALL!!!!!

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OHIO HEAT JULY 2006
Friday, October 13
OHIO HEAT 3RD PLACE SANDLOTT WOOD BAT WORLD SERIES GRIDER STADIUM 2006


Thursday, June 23
OHIO HEAT COLLEGIATE GO TO 6-1 WITH 2ND. DEFEAT OF CHAMPIONS COLLEGIATE

IN A RAIN SHORTENED GAME THE OHIO HEAT TRAILED AFTER THE TOP OF THE 5TH  3-0 WHEN TWO HEAT ERRORS LEAD TO THE THREE RUNS.  ERIC BRITTON STARTED THE GAME AND PITCHED 4 COMPLETE INNINGS GIVING UP JUST ONE UNEARNED RUN AND KEPT CHAMPIONS TO NOTHING BUT A BUNT SINGLE THRU 4.  MATT BACK THEN WENT TO THE MOUND AND GAVE UP A BASE HIT AND JUST TWO UNEARNED RUNS BEFORE GETTING OUT OF THE INNING WITH A DOUBLE PLAY BALL, KIRSCHBAUM TO BEYMER TO LOGAN BAKER.  KIRSCHBAUM LEADING OFF HIT A STRONG SHOT TO LEFT CENTER FOR A DOUBLE AND THEN THE NEXT BATTER POPPED OUT AND THEN THE ALES ISADORE HIT INTO A FIELDERS CHOICE MOVING KIRSCHBAUM TO THIRD.  JARED WILKENS, THEN CAME TO THE PLATE WITH TWO OUTS AND TWO STRIKES BEFORE HITTINGA HARD KNOCK THAT THE PITCHERS  COULD NOT HANDLE EARNING AN INFIELD HIT AND RBI.....TYLER HASKIN GOT HIS SECOND HIT OF THE NIGHT WITH A SINGLE TO RIGHT AND MOVED WILKENS TO SECOND.  JOSH UNGERBEUHLER WAS THEN HIT BY A PITCH LOADING THE BASES FOR THE BIG LEFTY ERIC BRITTON WHO SMASHED A SHOT TO RIGHT CENTER SCORING THE THREE RUNS AND EARNING A WALK OFF  TRIPLE ALONG THE WAY, AND THREE RBI.  AFTER SCORING WHAT WAS THE GAME WINNING RUN WITH THE TRIPLE THE MONSOON RAINS CAME AND THE GAME WAS OVER AFTER 5 COMPLETE. OHIO HEAT 4 CHAMPIONS COLLEGIATE 3.   IT WAS A NO DECISON FOR ERIC, WHO PITCHED GREAT BUT EARNED MATT BACK HIS 4TH  WIN AND BROUGHT HIS RECORD TO  4 WINS AND ZERO LOSSES WITH A SAVE.