SAUGATUCK — Saugatuck senior Lucas Czarnecki has patrolled the outfield in his hometown for the final 4 years, however subsequent season he’ll be taking his abilities throughout state traces.
The middle fielder not too long ago dedicated to play baseball at Rose-Hulman Institute of Expertise in Terre Haute, Indiana. He stated that although he had alternatives to play at many various faculties, the STEM tutorial focus together with a aggressive baseball program drew him to Rose-Hulman.
“On prime of their baseball workforce they’re additionally a giant STEM main faculty,” Czarnecki stated. “They’ve two issues that mixed with one another, it is form of good to have that, so that is what drew me towards them in comparison with different faculties.”
Czarnecki will likely be learning mechanical engineering when he enrolls at school this fall and has been hoping of turning into an engineer for some time. He stated the college suits his character as a result of everyone there’s a bit “nerdy,” and the know-how on the campus blew him away.
He stated he is aware of lots of people get nervous after they transfer away from residence for the primary time, however he is not that anxious. The campus is small, with simply over 2,000 college students, and when he went on a campus tour within the winter he felt proper at residence.
“The varsity I will is not that a lot larger than Saugatuck within the wintertime, so I do not suppose will probably be that huge of a change for me,” Czarnecki stated.
That consolation stage will little doubt assist in his adjustment to varsity life. However the Trailblazer’s captain is aware of that after he will get there, he will not simply be awarded a spot within the lineup. He stated he is prepared and excited to place within the work to compete for one of many three beginning spots within the outfield.
“I am prepared for one more problem,” Czarnecki stated. “I am able to compete for all of the roles wherever I can match, simply attempting to earn my place as a result of I am probably not assured something.”