Schaller to play college baseball at Winona State

Eau Claire (WQOW) — Immanuel Lutheran grad Levi Schaller announced Sunday on his twitter page, that he’ll play college baseball next year at Winona State.

The right-handed pitcher Schaller finished his high school career as the city of Eau Claire’s all-time strikeout leader. This summer, he was one of the top pitchers for the Eau Claire American Legion team that advanced to the Great Lakes Regional. 

The Warriors are a division two program in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC). The finished last season with an 18-23 overall record, and 17-15 in conference play.

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