Impeduglia Named Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League Player Of The Night

Impeduglia Named Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League Player Of The Night

BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – Following a 4-5 outing with two doubles and two RBI for the Glens Falls Dragons in a 12-7 victory on Monday evening, Concordia College New York baseball's junior outfielder/pitcher Joseph Impeduglia (Staten Island, N.Y.) was named the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League's Player of the Night.

Making 11 appearances for the Dragons so far this summer, Impeduglia is currently hitting .258 with nine RBI, seven runs scored and five RBI.

A 2019 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) All-Conference Second Team and All-Academic Team honoree, Impeduglia led the Clippers offense behind 40 RBI, 35 walks, seven home runs and a .522 slugging percentage while sitting second on the team with 49 hits, 39 runs scored and 11 doubles on top of a .443 on base percentage that finished third.

The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League was founded in the fall of 2010 by eight summer baseball teams located across upstate New York in conjunction with Perfect Game USA, baseball's largest scouting service. The eight founding members of the PGCBL were the Albany Dutchmen, Amsterdam Mohawks, Cooperstown Hawkeyes, Elmira Pioneers, Glens Falls Golden Eagles, Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs, Newark Pilots and Watertown Wizards. The league's first season was completed in the summer of 2011.

Concordia College went 13-34 overall during the 2019 season, going 8-24 in CACC Play.

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