Susquehanna's Baldwin headed to Marywood

Susquehanna's Baldwin headed to Marywood

By Tom Robinson,

Susquehanna’s Bryce Baldwin, a 6-foot-5 center who was a first-team Lackawanna League Division 4 all-star each of the past two seasons, is part of the next Marywood University men’s basketball recruiting class.

Baldwin was prominent in Susquehanna winning back-to-back Lackawanna Division 4 titles. The titles were the first boys basketball regular-season championships by a Susquehanna team since 1951, which was prior to the creation of the current Susquehanna Community School District.

After learning of Marywood’s interest at the end of his junior season, Baldwin kept in touch with the Pacers program and wound up committing late this season.

Baldwin follows two Susquehanna coaches to Marywood. Both his coach, Lawrence Tompkins, and Lady Sabers head coach Kirk Fallon played for the Pacers.

Baldwin spent three-plus seasons as a starter for the Sabers. As a junior, he was part of a District 2-11 Subregional championship team that reached the state Class A quarterfinals. He averaged a team-leading 14 points, 6.8 rebounds and 2 blocked shots as a senior.

In addition to Marywood, Baldwin also considered playing at the Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport. He plays to major in architecture.