NCAA DI Middle Infielder/Utility with Experience in Alaska and Northwoods League | Baseball Jobs Overseas

NCAA DI Middle Infielder/Utility with Experience in Alaska and Northwoods League

Name: Austin Bull

Height: 180cm

Weight: 84kg

DOB: November 30, 1996

Date Available: October 6, 2020

Will Pay Flight

Bats: S

Throws: R

Positions: Coach, Youth Coach, 2B, SS

Positions (alt): 3B, OF, RF, CF, LF

College: Grand Canyon University

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Played at Grand Canyon University(D1) from 2016-2019 starting in 192 of 202 games played. I left GCU as the career hits (217) and walks (109) leader. You can count on a sparkplug at the top of the line up who will get a lot of hits, get on base, take extra bases, and score runs. Will bunt for hits. Will steal bases. Switch hitter. 

Started off college hot, with a solid freshman year and my sophomore campaign being my most successful statistically. My junior and senior year I did hit in spurts, but in general got away from my identity as a hitter which cost me in terms of the draft. I was reminded the hard way that I’m not a consistent power guy, and that looking to pull is not what made me competitive. I’m looking for an opportunity to play where I can recommit to using the middle/opposite part of the field and produce again with my usual consistency.

Defense is one of my known strengths as I commanded the 2B position at GCU for four years. In 3 of the 4 summer collegiate leagues I played in, I played SS becoming an All-star in the California Collegiate League, Alaska Baseball League, and Southern California Collegiate Baseball League. Have experience playing 3B and can play outfield as well.

I am a winner and promote winning culture being a part of 2 regular season Conference Championships at GCU. In 2019 we reached the WAC tournament championship game for the first time only to fall one game short of the NCAA D1 Regionals. I‘ve been a part of two summer league championship teams (Alaska, SCCBL) and a playoff team in the Northwood’s.

More of a quiet leader who leads by example and action. I’m ready to contribute to win a championship, see another part of the world, and meet new people.


Overseas goals:

  • Use overseas as a stepping stone into professional ball in the U.S.
  • Experience new cultures and meet new people
  • Possibly get more experience coaching



Playing Experience

2016-19 Grand Canyon University NCAA DI Starting 2B, Experienced at top of the line-up (leadoff or two-hole)
2016 So Cal Catch California Collegiate League SS
2017 Mat Su Miners Alaska Baseball League SS
2018 Mankato Moondogs Northwoods League 2B
2019 Palm Springs Power Southern California Collegiate League SS

Coaching Experience

2019 Camp Coach AZ Diamondbacks Academy Youth Ran defensive stations at camps
2019 Assistant Coach/Defensive Coach AZ Diamonbacks Academy High School Helped coach a high school tournament team and run defensive stations at practices
2020 Coach Arcadia Bulldogs Club Team Ran defensive stations at practices
2020 Volunteer Varsity Coach McClintock High School High School Coached all aspects of game during abbreviated 2020 season


College/Amateur Batting

2016 Grand Canyon 51 179 34 51 8 1 0 20 26 31 11 5 .285 .379 .341
2016 SoCal Catch 33 118 25 38 7 0 0 16 16 20 13 2 .322 .403 .381
2017 Grand Canyon 54 218 49 74 9 1 1 21 38 42 6 6 .339 .436 .404
2017 Matsu 51 146 27 42 4 0 0 16 22 35 4 2 .288 .378 .315
2018 Grand Canyon 40 142 30 38 10 0 0 22 21 21 11 1 .268 .367 .338
2018 Mankato 51 190 43 57 15 0 1 24 37 35 20 4 .300 .418 .395
2019 Grand Canyon 57 220 38 54 14 0 1 25 24 36 9 2 .245 .332 .323
2019 Palm Springs Power 24 73 24 25 2 1 0 14 16 22 12 1 .342 .462 .397


These Testimonials Have Been Verified

Andy Stankiewicz

Grand Canyon University, Head Coach

Austin Bull is a wonderful young man. There would be no better representative of your program on or off the field than Austin Bull. Austin is a very skilled ballplayer. He played 2b for us and make all the plays. Switch hitter that uses the whole field with a line drive approach. I can’t give him a high enough recommendation. Hope this helps and you can get him into your program.

Vaughn Williams

Boston Red Sox, Area Scout

Without hesitation, I take great pride and pleasure in recommending Austin Bull to be strongly considered to become part of your organization.

As a profession baseball scout in Phoenix, Arizona, one of the schools in my area of responsibility is Grand Canyon University were Austin was a student-athlete. I’ve had the pleasure of watching him both on and off the field and I feel very comfortable vouching for his baseball abilities, IQ and character. Austin has always conducted himself in a highly dependable, conscientious, and credible manner. Whether it’s as a player or an aspiring coach, I strongly believe his skill set is extremely relevant for success and fully believe he will continue to exhibit the “special trust and confidence” we expect from our players and individuals within the coaching profession.

Austin Bull was always a student of the game and will be a quality mentor through and through. Total dedication and sincerity is what you will get and he will do nothing short of preparing himself and his young players for success on and off the field. He is an intelligent young man who is articulate and presents himself confidently and competently. If the goal of your program is to find and select the best candidates to help develop your program, then you will be well served by selecting Austin Bull.

Casey Dill

Southern Illinois Miners, Scouting Coordinator

Austin is a legit pro caliber SS, I had him a job in the Frontier League 2 years ago, he elected to retire, now I think he's really regretting that decision.

Additional Info

Playing Preferences: Australia (Winter), Latin America (Winter), Europe (Summer), Asia (Summer)


Living preferences: Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with a host family


Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season


Prior engagements: No


Recent injuries/illnesses: hamstring injury spring of 2018(practice),
minor hamstring injury spring of 2020 (training). 


Traveling with a companion: No