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Seventh Viking Makes Commitment

Sophomore outfielder Ryan Fish (Oak Park, IL) signed with University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) on the final day of the NCAA early signing period.  UTRGV is an NCAA Division-I Institution that plays in the Western Athletic Conference.  Fish is the 7th member of the 2016-2017 Vikings to sign with an NCAA Division-I institution. 

Six Vikings Commit to NCAA Division-I Schools

The Jefferson College baseball program had six current players commit to 4-year institutions in the NCAA early signing period.  Infielders Jordan Hovey (Edwardsville, IL) and Ryan Mantle (Linn, MO) committed to Creighton University of the Big East Conference.  Outfielders Justin Dirden (Ft. Zumwalt North) and Peyton Faulkner (Caruthersville, MO) committed to Southeast Missouri State University of the Ohio Valley Conference.  Pitcher Spencer Juergens (St. Francis Borgia) committed to the University of Houston of the American Athletic Conference.  Pitcher Troy Newell (Ft. Zumwalt South) committed to Western Kentucky University of Conference USA.  The Vikings open the 2017 season on February 11th in Millington, Tennessee. 

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2016 Showcase Camp Results
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Vikings Have 7 Earn All-Conference Honors
The Vikings led the Midwest Community College Athletic Conference by having 6 players named to the All-Conference Team.  Viking players Anthony Herron, Doug Still, Keith Grieshaber, Matt Brown, Carter Hanford, and Dalton Horstmeier were all named to the 1st Team.  Outfielder Matt Scheibel earned honorable mention honors.  The Vikings finished the 2016 season with final record of 41-18, earned a 10th straight MCCAC Championship, and finished ranked 19th in the final NJCAA National Poll.