Jack Omstead Commits To Depauw University, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Jack Omstead Commits To Depauw University
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, December 23, 2016
Congratulations to Terriers center fielder Jack Omstead who will be off to Indiana next fall where he will suit up for the Tigers at DePauw University. Jack has been a loyal roster player for the Terriers for the past four years.‎ He can hit anywhere in the order, causes havoc on the base paths and is excellent defensively. This past year Jack competed at the Perfect Game and was selected to the 18u WWBA All- Tournament Team.

He is going to have a great college career on and off the field. DePauw University was established in 1837 and is located in Greencastle Indiana. It is a private Liberal Arts college with an enrollment of approximately 2400 students. The Tigers are members of both the Great Lakes College Association‎ and the North Coast Athletic Conference. Jack is a very accomplished and well rounded young man. In addition to his outstanding baseball abilities Jack is also an Ontario Scholar and Honour Roll Student. He is a Prefect and Head Leader for the Outdoor Education Leadership Program at St. Michael's College and was also the recipient of the Robert J. Buckley Memorial Scholarship for the Arts. For a little more on Jack, see CBN's article here. The entire Terriers organization is very proud of Jack and wish he and his family continued success.
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