Thank you to the following players for their dedication to the Post 2 program.
Here are their future plans
#19 Luke Sandy set the new single season batting average record this season, finishing with a .485 mark. Luke will be attending NDSU this fall, continuing to play baseball for the Bison and plans on going into Engineering.
#28 Andy Pugliano will be attending Northern State University and will be going into Sports Marketing. Andy will play baseball for the Wolves. He helped Post 2 with a 2.55 ERA, 6-1 record on the mound and was the Tournament MVP of the FM.
#6 Joey Wellen will be attending UND for a double major in History Ed. & Special Ed. Wellen helped the Jets with a .365 batting average and a .479 OBP. Joey is a 4 time Hustle award winner in the program winning it again this year.
#2 Brandon Kankelfritz will be attending University Of Minnesota Crookston for Software Engineering. Brandon will continue to play baseball for the Golden Eagles. He had an impressive .396 batting average for the Jets.
#6 Coghlan Fisher will be going into the Air National Guard and will be completing his basic training in San Antonio, TX. Coghlan will also be attending school in Missouri. He plans to attend Minnesota State University, Mankato in the fall of 2018. Fisher helped Post 2 this summer with a 3-1 record on the mound.
#15 Seth Harms will be attending M State in Fergus Falls and will be going into Business. Seth will play baseball for the Spartans. Harms helped the Jets this summer with 35 strikeouts in 37 innings and a .205 opponent batting average against.
#3 Jimmy Reynolds will be attending NDSU going for his Education degree. Jimmy is looking into coaching next summer for a Fargo Babe Ruth team. He helped Post 2 with a .311 batting average and a .979 fielding % committing only 1 error in LF.
#5 Cole Birch will be attending Concordia College going into Biology. Cole will play baseball for the Cobbers. He helped Post 2 this summer with 12 doubles and 30 RBI's.
#23 Ben Swanson will be attending Concordia for Neuroscience. Ben is going to play Tennis for the Cobbers. Swanson helped Post 2 this summer with a .411 batting average.