USA Baseball Names 2022 Collegiate National Team Roster

The 26-man roster will vie for a gold medal at Honkbalweek Haarlem

CARY, N.C. – USA Baseball today announced the 26-man Collegiate National Team roster that will represent Team USA at Honkbalweek Haarlem from July 8-15 at Pim Mulier Stadium in Haarlem, Netherlands. The final squad was named after completing the 2022 Collegiate National Team Training Camp, a five-game intrasquad series played throughout North Carolina.

The 2022 Collegiate Team is led by Manager Mike Bianco, who capped his 24th season leading Ole Miss by winning its first-ever College World Series title. He is joined on staff by Xan Barksdale, Drew Bianco (LSU), Scott Brown (Vanderbilt), Cliff Godwin (ECU), and Josh Holliday (Oklahoma State).

"A week ago, as I sat with the fifty-one players that we invited to Cary, I told them what a tremendous honor this is because you are fifty-one of the best amateur baseball players in the United States of America,” said Bianco. “To narrow it down nearly in half is quite a task. We shared with all of them, as honestly and candidly as we could, that there are players that will go home that will play in the big leagues and be All-Americans next year. I commend these coaches and the USA Baseball committee on the selections we have made. We can't wait to get to work today and on the road to winning the championship at Honkbalweek."

The roster features four returning members from last summer’s Collegiate National Team: Dylan Crews (LSU), Jacob Gonzalez (Ole Miss), Paul Skenes, and Kyle Teel (Virginia). Yohandy Morales (Miami) is the fifth and final member of the roster with national team experience, having played for the red, white, and blue as a member of the 2013 12U National Team–where he won a world title–and the 2018 18U National Team. 2022 also marks the third time Crews and Skenes have made a national team, playing on the 2017 15U and 2014 12U National Teams, respectively, in addition to the 2021 Collegiate team.

Five of the athletes on the 2022 roster also participated in the USA Baseball National Team Development Program (NTDP). Crews worked his way through the NTDP three times, meanwhile, Enrique Bradfield Jr. (Vanderbilt), Ross Dunn, Gonzalez, and Morales each participated in the program once.

Seventeen different schools are represented on the 2022 Collegiate National Team roster, with five boasting a pair of athletes: Florida State, LSU, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, and Wake Forest.

Team USA will travel to the Netherlands on Wednesday and begin Honkbalweek Haarlem on Saturday, July 9. The stars and stripes open against Japan at 7 a.m. ET and follow with games against Italy, Cuba, the Netherlands, and Curacao to complete group play. All games will be streamed online via

The U.S. has competed at Honkbalweek Haarlem five times since 2000 and has earned four gold medals in that time, including winning the championship in its most recent appearance at the event in 2014. Team USA also won gold in the event’s 2000, 2002, and 2008 editions and earned a bronze medal in 2012.

The full 26-man 2022 Collegiate National Team Roster is as follows:

2022 Collegiate National Team Roster

(Name; Position; Hometown; School)

  • Zach Agnos; RHP/INF; Haymarket, Va.; ECU
  • Maui Ahuna; INF; Hilo, Hawaii
  • ^Enrique Bradfield Jr.; OF; Hialeah, Fla.; Vanderbilt
  • Ryan Bruno; LHP; Wellington, Fla.; Stanford
  • *^Dylan Crews; OF; Longwood, Fla.; LSU
  • Wyatt Crowell; LHP; Cumming, Ga.; Florida State
  • ^Ross Dunn; LHP; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Hunter Elliott; LHP; Tupelo, Miss.; Ole Miss
  • *^Jacob Gonzalez; INF; Glendora, Calif.; Ole Miss
  • Joseph Gonzalez; RHP; Humacao, P.R.; Auburn
  • Tanner Hall; RHP; Zachary, La.; Southern Mississippi
  • Carter Holton; LHP; Savannah, Ga.; Vanderbilt
  • Jack Hurley; OF; Boalsburg, Pa.; Virginia Tech
  • Cade Kuehler; RHP; Waxhaw, N.C.; Campbell
  • Wyatt Langford; OF/C; Trenton, Fla.; Florida
  • Rhett Lowder; RHP; Albemarle, N.C.; Wake Forest
  • Teddy McGraw; RHP; Oneota, N.Y.; Wake Forest
  • Carson Montgomery; RHP; Windermere, Fla.; Florida State
  • *^Yohandy Morales; INF; Miami, Fla.; Miami
  • Tre' Morgan; INF; New Orleans, La.; LSU
  • Jack Payton; C; Orland Park, Ill.; Louisville
  • *Paul Skenes; RHP/INF; Lake Forest, Calif.
  • Brayden Taylor; INF; West Jordan, Utah; TCU
  • *Kyle Teel; C/OF; Mahwah, N.J.; Virginia
  • Hurston Waldrep; RHP; Thomasville, Ga.
  • Jacob Wilson; INF; Thousand Oaks, Calif.; Grand Canyon

*denotes national team alumnus

^denotes National Team Development Program (NTDP) participant