Holy Family Baseball
Former USciences skipper Kyle Davis will be back in a local dugout in 2024, managing the brand new Holy Family program that will play in the CACC next season. 
Davis spent four seasons with the Devils before the program disbanded following the 2022 season. He helped the club in his first year set Division II-era program records with 17 overall wins and 13 CACC victories. The Devils again recorded 17 wins in 2022 and had three players named to the All-CACC Team. 
"Highly recommended throughout the CACC, Kyle brings a balance of having knowledge of the conference with the experience of starting a program," said Holy Family Athletic Director Tim Hamill. "I look forward to him quickly establishing HFU as not only a successful team on the field, but in the classroom as well, similarly too as he has at his prior stops." 
A solid collegiate player himself, Davis is USciences' all-time hits leader (170), while also setting records with total bases (222) and walks (99). A four-year captain and two-time All-CACC selection, he also ranked third in program history with 32 doubles, fourth with 97 runs, and in the top 10 in on-base percentage (.433), RBI (74), and stolen bases (25). 
"This is an exciting time at Holy Family with the sustained growth of our athletic department," Hamill said in a statement. "This growth allows the university to continue its tradition of developing student-athletes that will learn discipline, preparation, strategic thinking, and teamwork in their respective sports with their peers at an even larger scale. We look forward to welcoming our first-ever baseball class to our campus in the fall."

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