Caleb Waters receives baseball offer from South Arkansas


Caleb Waters was hoping that another good season this spring for the Weston Wolves baseball team would parlay into him receiving an offer from a college to continue his career after graduation. Apparently what he did last year has been good enough. This past week Waters saw his dream realized when South Arkansas Community College (SACC) offered the standout second baseman an offer to play.

Waters helped the Wolves make a quarterfinal appearance in the Class B playoffs after compiling a .369 batting average, 24 hits, 6 doubles, 5 home runs and 29 RBI’s, all which led the Wolves. He also stole 10 bases and had a .903 fielding average after making only 6 errors in 62 total chances and turning a pair of double plays.

South Arkansas, which is located in El Dorado, expanded their athletic program to include baseball and softball this year and will compete in the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association Division II which allows for athletic scholarships.Baseball programs that make up the NJCAA Region 2,which “SouthArk” is assigned—are Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa, National Park (Hot Springs), Rich Mountain (Mena), Murray State (Tishomingo, Oklahoma), Northern Oklahoma-Enid, Carl Albert State (Poteau, Oklahoma), Western Oklahoma State (Altus, Oklahoma) and Redlands (El Reno, Oklahoma).

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