Nathan Lewko Crosses Border To Northwood University, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Nathan Lewko Crosses Border To Northwood University
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Terriers first baseman Nathan Lewko ‎ will cross over into Michigan to continue his post secondary career as a student-athlete. Beginning next August Nathan will be off to Northwood University in Midland Michigan. Currently a roster player with the SR Terriers, Nathan has worked very hard at his game and is being rewarded with this NCAA opportunity. The university was founded in 1959 and is home to 1700 students from over 73 countries.

On the athletic side, the Timberwolves play in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The baseball team competes against rivals from Michigan, Ohio and Missouri. They also travel to Florida in March to kick off their season. Before joining the Terriers, Nathan was a three time AAA Ontario Champion with the Mississauga North Tigers.‎ He was named MVP of his HS baseball team as a sophomore and then was honored with the captaincy in his junior year. Nathan is also an accomplished football player as his team came away with the regional title last year. Lewko's accolades are not limited to sports alone however, as he tracks at an impressive 86% average in the classroom. He will be studying Sports and Promotion Management •BBA/MBA of Entertainment at Northwood.‎ Congratulations to Nathan and his family‎, and best of luck in 2015.
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