Bryce Schumilas Earns Baseball And Presidents Honorary Scholarships, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Bryce Schumilas Earns Baseball And Presidents Honorary Scholarships
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Congratulations to the Schumilas family and their son Bryce who will be off to Truman State University in Kirksville Missouri next August. Bryce has been one of the Terriers most consistent pitchers since he joined the program in the fall of 2010 and can always be counted on for a quality start.

Schumilas is a crafty left hander that has tremendous command of all his pitches. He rarely walks a hitter and can throw his sharp curve ball in any count. The Truman State Bulldogs play in the NCAAs Mid American Intercollegiate Athletic Conference against other colleges and universities from Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. The school is home to 6,000 students, was founded in 1867 and is now named after President Harry Truman. US College News ranks Truman State University as the #1 academic public university in the midwest. This made it a perfect fit for Bryce, who is an accomplished student/athlete. Along with his baseball scholarship, he also earned the Presidents Honorary Scholarship because of his excellent GPA and SAT scores. Bryce will be majoring in Pre- Med. The Terriers look forward to Bryce's continued success in 2012 and wish him the best of luck as a Truman State Bulldog.
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