Jun 2, 2013 7:59 PM
The Chico State baseball program has had a long and proud history of fielding great teams for nearly 20 years now, and part of what makes them so good is the quality of players they continuosly bring in. Just recently they added another talented one, grabbing one of the best players in the north state.
Former Pleasant Valley high school and Shasta College pitcher Brad Lohse chose to join the 'Cats by accepting a partial scholarship and signing his National Letter of Intent to pitch for Chico State.
Lohse spent this last season on the bump for Shasta. He was 7-3 with a solid 2.31 ERA, and 40 strikeouts in 85 innings.
Brad, a Chico local and the cousin of Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Kyle Lohse, said he's looking forward to joining the presitigious Wildcats baseball program and he wants to help them get back to the Division 2 College World Series, a spot the Cats were in just last year.
"I've always liked the Chico State program and always thought you know what are my chances to come out here and play and the hometown team, you know it's always too good to be true and to get this chance is amazing and I'm looking forward to it for sure," said Brad Lohse.
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