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Cyclones are Region XIII Tournament Champions 2014
May 17, 2014
The Cyclones Baseball team defeated Century College 6-3 in the Region XIII Championship game. The Cyclones will travel to play in the NJCAA World Series in Tyler, TX. Their first game will be Saturday, May 24th against Prince George's Community College from Largo, Maryland.
Head Coach Jason Fischer was named the 2014 Region XIII Coach of the Year.
Sophomore Outfielder Jace Otto was named the 2014 Region XIII Most Valuable Player.
Four Cyclones Sign National Letters of Intent
Four Cyclones signed national letters of intent to continue their baseball careers after SCTCC. Mitch Wurm a Pitcher from Maple Lake and Austin Stubbs a First baseman from Sioux City Iowa, will be attending Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall MN. Kevin Kramer an Outfielder from Watkins will attend Minnesota State University Mankato. Alex Lotthammer a Pitcher from Willmar will attend Mayville State.
2011-12 Season Wrap Up
The St. Cloud Technical & Community College Cyclones baseball team won the NJCAA Region XIII baseball tournament. SCTCC defeated Rochester Community and Technical College 8 - 3.
The Cyclones advanced to the NJCAA College World Series ranked 2nd nationally, making their tournament debut in Tyler, Texas, May 19 to 25, 2012.
In addition to their placement in the World Series, the team earned the following honors:
- Jason Fischer, MCAC Coach of the Year and NJCAA Region XIII Coach of the Year
- Ryan Schneider, Southern Division Player of the Year, MCAC State Player of the Year, and Region XIII Player of the Year
- All Division players: Dan Sargeant, Kevin Kramer, Jon Traetow, Ryan Schneider, and Jake Lindenfelzer
- All Region players: Ryan Schneider, Jon Traetow
The St. Cloud Technical & Community College Cyclones baseball team is a member of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference.
Home games are played at Dick Putz Field in St. Cloud.
Practice locations include Whitney C2 and the SCSU Husky Dome.