2023 Minnesota High School Preview: St. Peter Saints

Parker Hageman
Prep Baseball Report Minnesota


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As we prepare for the upcoming 2023 high school season, we will be taking a preseason glimpse at programs from around the state.

Team: St. Peter
Nickname: Saints
Class: AAA
League: Big South
Head Coach: Kurt Moelter
Years as Head Coach at School: 22
2022 Overall Record: 7-15
2022 League Record: 3-7
2022 League Finish: 5th place
2022 Post-Season Finish: 0-2

# of Returning Starters:
# of Pitchers With 15+ Innings Returning: 4

# of Starters Lost:
# of Pitchers with 15+ Innings Lost: 0

Matias Anderson, UTIL, 2023
Kaeden Guida, RHP/SS, 2024
Sam Moelter, C, 2024
Ashton Volk, CF, 2023
Connor Bjorling, RHP, 2023


"Our greatest strength will be our experience. We lose only 1 senior to graduation. We have a lot of kids who gained valuable varsity experience last spring. This should help them be more confident and successful on the field. Although we don't have a true Ace, we have some nice arms that will provide us with quality depth. Defensively, this should be one of the stronger teams we have had in awhile. We have a few guys that not only give us quality, but they are very versatile as well. We will swing the bats better this spring now that most of our kids have seen varsity pitching. That is a big adjustment and we struggled last year with so many kids being "1st year" varsity players. Many of us took some lumps last spring, but hopefully that experience will pay off this spring."
Kurt Moelter, St. Peter Head Coach