Former PCT standout Kittle joins the Cutters

From staff reports

Former Penn College baseball standout Brittan Kittle was placed on the active roster for the Williamsport Crosscutters. The former Wildcat suited up for against the State College Spikes on Tuesday, but didn’t play in the game

Kittle is the most decorated baseball player in program history and recently finished his senior year as an American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings Division III All-Region Third Team selection and his third North Eastern Athletic Conference first-team honor.

Kittle slashed .371/.814/.425 last season in just 23 games for Penn College. He slugged eight home runs, seven doubles, and 18 RBIs. Kittle totaled 57 bases on 26 hits, scored 15 runs, and fielded .992 behind the dish for the Wildcats.

Kittle left Penn College as its all-time leader in hits (169), home runs (22), runs scored (113), and doubles (43).


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