UTICA, N.Y. (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – Former Oriskany High School and Utica Blue Sox standout infielder Ryan Enos has taken advantage of his chance with the Cape Cod League’s Bourne Braves, turning a mid-July transfer into a .333 batting average, 3 extra-base hits, a .908 OPS, and a starting spot in the lineup for the first-place team in the nation’s number one summer collegiate baseball league.

Enos made the move from the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League’s Utica Blue Sox to the Cape Cod Baseball League’s Bourne Braves a little less than halfway through the month of July, citing the opportunity to play against more division one pitchers in preparation for his final year of eligibility at East Tennessee State University next spring. He had spent every one of his prior collegiate seasons at SUNY Oswego, racking up accolades at the division three school including both Academic and Athletic All-American honors, and climbing onto the school’s record boards with one of the best careers in program history.

The Braves finished the Cape season with the best overall record in the league and began playoffs Thursday night against the Falmouth Commodores. Enos led off for the team and played third base, going 0-3 with a walk and a run scored in their 6-5 win.