Officially ‘signed’ on with UM-Duluth

Tyler Wojo is officially headed to UMD.

Tyler Wojo is officially headed to UMD.

Soon-to-become third-year Post 334 member Tyler Wojciechowski recently signed the official letter of intent to attend and play baseball beginning fall semester, 2015, at UM-Duluth.

The signing occurred during the NCAA-prescribed early signing period for high school senior baseball athletes in November, 2014.

Affectionately nick-named Tyler ‘Wojo,’ the lanky third baseman/pitcher will join his older brother Alex, now a junior who will begin his senior season next fall. While he liked the idea of getting an opportunity to play one college baseball season with his older brother, Tyler Wojo chose UM-Duluth more so because of his field of study: mechanical engineering.

 

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Tate Andrews was this summer’s winner of the annual Post 334 Slow-Man’s  Race in Jack Brown Stadium and proudly showed off his prize, “The Golden Spike,” for his efforts.

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