Buffalo’s Trevor Stowe Chooses to Play Baseball at JUCO in California
Buffalo High School senior Trevor Stowe, who plays American Legion baseball with the Sheridan Troopers, is taking those talents to the next level.
Stowe recently signed with the College of the Desert, a junior college in Palm Desert, CA. He had other offers but wanted the challenge of playing in Southern California. Stowe also likes the idea of being able to play year-round.
College of the Desert head coach Sam DiMatteo said he and the staff are excited to get Trevor to COD.
“He has an opportunity to come in and help the team right away at the plate and on the mound. His skillset gives him the ability to be impactful right away for us; can’t wait to get to work.”
Stowe is a two-time all-state legion baseball player for Sheridan. He attends Buffalo High School and started playing with the Troopers before a legion program began in Buffalo.
Stowe was named first-team all-state in 2021. He hit for an average of .410. Stowe had 84 total hits, 33 of which were extra-base hits, and 66 RBI’s. On the mound, he had 54 strikeouts over 51.1 innings pitched.
In 2020, Stowe was second-team all-state. Back in 2019, he was the Class B State Tournament MVP and helped the Sheridan Jets to a state title.
Stowe said he hopes to help the Troopers win a state championship this year.
The College of the Desert competes in the Inland Empire Athletic Conference.