Nate Lukas: Former Wisconsin All-Star Nate Lukas is playing in the 2015 NCAA Division II World Series. Nate is a graduate of Grafton High School. He plays baseball for Truman State Bulldogs (NCAA Div II in Kirksville, Missouri). Nate is a hard throwing left handed pitcher. The team went undefeated in the Midwest Regional Tournament, defeating Ashland (Ohio) University in the championship game 6-3. Nate has appeared in 10 games this season, including three starts, and has a 1-2 record.
Kyle Cody: Former Wisconsin All-Star Kyle Cody is ranked the 17th best player in the upcoming MLB amateur draft according to Baseball America. Kyle is going to the University of Kentucky. Kyle is a graduate of Chippewa Falls McDonell High School. He is a right handed pitcher who is throwing 95-98 mph on the hill. Kyle will be a #1 draft pick. He will be the 7th former All-Star to get drafted
UW Milwaukee Baseball: Four former Wisconsin All-Stars are set to graduate this year from UW Milwaukee. They are Ryan McShane (SS/2nd base), Sam Koenig (3rd Base), Mike Schneider (LHP), Justin Jaquish (RHP). Sam was the 2nd leading batter on the team this year with a BA of .361. He also led the team in Home Runs with 14 and in RBI’s with 52. There is a good chance that Sam could also get drafted in the upcoming MLB amateur draft.
UW LaCrosse Baseball: Six former Wisconsin All-Stars will be playing in the 2015 NCAA Division III College World Series for UW LaCrosse Eagles baseball team. The players are Nic Pierick (Highland HS), Lucas Schultz (West Salem HS), Nate Roethle (Slinger HS), Troy Kenkel (Menomonee Falls HS), Jameson Sadowske (Mukwonago HS) and Nate Heli (Sheboygan Falls HS).
Jameson Sadowske: Former Wisconsin All-Stars Jameson Sadowske (senior right handed pitcher at UW LaCrosse) was selected to the ABCA/Rawlings 1st Team. ABCA is the American Baseball Coaches Association. Sadowske was also selected to the NCAA III Midwest Regional All-Tournament Team after finishing 2-0 with a 1.12 earned run average in two appearances. He limited opponents to a .194 batting average. He has a single-season school record nine saves this year, breaking the record of eight set by Cory Anderson in 1997. Sadowske leads the WIAC in saves and appearances (21) this year as he earned all-conference first team honors. He is second in career saves at UW-L with 12. Sadowske is 2-0 with a 0.74 earned run average this year while holding opponents to a .194 average this season. He has allowed three earned runs and three extra-base hits (two doubles, one home run) in 36.2 innings. Sadowske was a 2015 D3baseball.com All-Midwest Region First Team selection.
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