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Baseball Grows with Seven Commits at the Baseball Signing Day
Twins baseball, LOI signing, group picture, with head coach

Baseball Grows with Seven Commits at the Baseball Signing Day

The Twins baseball team had seven players sign a letter of intent to play for Columbia-Greene Community College this upcoming season.

A letter of intent is a document that is signed with an NJCAA member college that formally signifies a student-athlete's commitment to participating in intercollegiate athletics. Once signed, the recruiting process becomes finalized and the student-athletes become official members of the newest incoming athletic class!

An important transitional step from high school to college athletics, the soon-to-be college athletes excitedly signed their letters of intent in front of supporting family, friends, college representatives, and even their high school coaches, to show their commitment to Twins Athletics.  Newly appointed head coach, Skip Ingham had some words about the excitement surrounding this incoming class.  He brought up the goal of making it back to the playoffs to make a run for a regional championship.

 

Baseball Signees

Jeremy Ramirez (Hudson High School)

Joshua Ramirez (Hudson High School)

Stephen Bowes (Hudson High School)

Matthew Sweet (Hudson High School)

Nicholas Ryan (Cairo-Durham High School)

Joey Gosiewski (Arlington High School)

Sean Berry (Red Hook High School)