Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Tank Anderson
Position
Primary Position Starting Pitcher
pitching
ERA W L APP GS IP K CG SHO SV
Career - 12 - 21 - - - 12 - -
Season 3.12 5 - 8 - 33 - 5 2 -
Physical Attributes
Stance Throwing arm Vertical jump Bench Press (max)
R R - -
Baseball Honors

Member of the Vestal Legion Post 89 District 6 Champions
Made the legion team as a 10th grader on JV and pitched, while usually only Varsity players are picked.

Baseball Additional

2013 Season Highlights
Starting Pitcher for Vestal
Pitched in 8 of the 14 Regular Season games and had 5 wins
Faced 155 batters for the season, allowed only 8 walks (33.2 innings total)
Average pitches per inning for 2013 Season 14.2 pitches
Average Pitches per batter for 2013 Season 3.2 pitches
Strike percentage for 2013 season 67%
First Pitch strike percentage for 2013 season 66%

Other Baseball Highlights
Anthony is the one of the starting pitchers on the 17U Edge Travel Baseball Team (Vestal, NY)
Anthony is one of the starting pitchers on the Upsate chill 16U Baseball Team (Corning, NY)
Anthony’s strength and conditioning training with Clayton Wilson has been one of the keys to his ability to go long in games and stay healthy while doing so. Anthony has been training with Clayton for 3 years now.

Baseball Instructors/Trainers
Andy Hutchings - Binghamton University Pitching Coach
607-222-2581, andyhutch22@gmail.com
Clayton Wilson - Strength and conditioning Coach with Mets Organization
210-380-2671, stayfit_php@hotmail.com
Brian Jones - Catcher, Cincinnati Reds Organization
607-857-5477, bjones1434@yahoo.com
Matt Colbert - Pitcher, Ithaca College
607-279-5896, mcolber1@ithaca.edu
Scott Swanson - Pitcher, Binghamton University
516-582-5567, sswanso1@binghamton.edu

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Vestal Senior High School
School City
VESTAL
School State
NY
Guidance Counselor
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Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
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School Size
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TOEFL Score
Class Rank
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School Division
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Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Physical Therapy/Therapist
Major Category
Protective Services
Major
Criminalistics and Criminal Science
Major Category
Protective Services
Major
Protective Services, Other
Other Academic Information
4/10/2014 - Accepted into National Honors Society Green & Gold Chapter
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Personal


First Name
Anthony
Last Name
Valent
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
6'3"
Weight
170
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

4/10/2014 - Accepted into National Honors Society Green & Gold Chapter

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Legion Baseball, Vestal NY
• Made the legion team as a 10th grader on JV, while usually only Varsity players are picked.
• As a team, we won the district championship and played at the state championship.
• Stayed in a hotel as a team at the states level and was a team bonding experience.

Vestal Voices, Vestal High School
• Has taken the role of section leader in order to help his other classmates with their parts.

4/10/2014 - Accepted into National Honors Society Green & Gold Chapter

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.
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Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Service/ Volunteer Experiences:
Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Vestal NY
• Volunteer Church Choir (2nd year) that performs twice a month and rehearses weekly.
• Every Year before Halloween volunteering unloading and setting up for their pumpkin sales.
• Helps to collect food for church pantry.
• Yearly participation in Chow Walk Local Charity) with Religious Education class.
• Tutoring fellow students in Math.

Fall Chow Festival, Arnold Park, Vestal NY
Volunteered with the printing and preparations before the festival.
• Set up the day of, worked it all day selling fundraising items and collecting food, then helped with the tear down.

Breast Cancer Walk, Binghamton NY
• Fourth year participating in the walk. (since my grandma’s diagnosis with breast cancer in 2010)

Vestal Voices (select Choir), Vestal High School
• A very successful Bass 2.
• Has taken the role of section leader in order to help his other classmates with their parts.
• One of 4 basses in A Cappella for the second year in a row. A Cappella rehearsals are twice a week .
• Is now a member of Jazz choir, was chosen for my abilities without auditioning. Jazz rehearsals are once a week.
• As an A Cappella group, attended a national level competition in New Jersey where we earned 5th place.
• Each year Vestal Voices goes to a singing competition where we have won 2 years in a row
• As a member of Vestal Voices, the director, Austin Kiley, recommended I sing a level 6 allstate solo at NYSSMA, which I practice for every Wednesday with Mr Kiley for an hour.

Vestal Drama Club, Vestal High School
• As a 10th grader, took part in “The Wedding Singer” which was a very successful musical.
• In that show, Was “Shane”, A “Single Man”, and a few “Party Crashers”
• As an 11th grader, took part in “SHREK” the musical, which was one of the most successful shows Vestal has put on.
• This year my acting career grew as I had larger roles. I played “Peter Pan”, as a fairytale creature, which was a dominate smaller role. As well as “Batman” and a “Duloc Dancer”
• Musical rehearsals were 4 hours a night for a month before the show.

Work Experiences:
The Edge Sports Complex, Vestal NY
• Over the past 3 winters worked multiple types of baseball clinics teaching 8-14 year olds the basics of baseball. Each clinic 2 hours at a time. Twice a week. Every week.
• Before being paid to work clinics, I volunteered to help my father with the same kind of clinics for 3 years, doing as much as I could while I was younger.
• Umpping baseball games for indoor leagues. 2 hour games 2 a night every Friday and Saturday of December and January for 2 years in a row.

High Heat Baseball Academy, Vestal NY
First year as a trainer in the elite travel program. Work 5 hours every Sunday as a pitching and hitting coach. During the week on Mondays teach lessons from 6-8 for the program. Coached the 13 year old indoor team every Friday for 2 hours,
• This program came from the previous Edge Travel program which I was a part of for 3 years and then worked for, for one year before.

Other Activities:
Boy Scouts of America
• Started as a Cub Scout and earned every rank until ranking on to Boy Scouts.
• As a Boy Scout, over 2 years earned all ranks on to Life Scout.
• With Boy Scouts practiced in many volunteer activities including soup kitchens, working at summer camps with younger scouts, cleaning up the rail trail, helping to fix our church, helping many flood victims, and cleaning up Choconut Creek
Travel Baseball

Awards and Recognitions:
• Honor Roll for every year of my life, never letting his average drop below a 90, or an A.
• District Champions with Legion Baseball
• At the A Cappella Competition their group won the best soloist award.
• Started Advanced classes in 7th grade and has continued with them on to senior year.

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Blog Posts


Maine-Endwell @ vestal Game Recap
April 29, 2014
The Vestal Bears Varsity uses big sixth inning to beat ME, 10-1 A nine-run explosion in the sixth inning carried the Vestal Bears Varsity to a 10-1 win in seven innings over ME at Vestal on Monday....
National Honors Society
April 13, 2014
4/10/2014 - I was accepted into Vestal High School Green & Gold Chapter of the National Honors Society.