Two SCHS baseball players sign to play baseball at Southern Wesleyan University
Two Stephens County High School Baseball Players have signed scholarships to play baseball at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, South Carolina.
Kole Rogers, son of Kirk and Jill Rogers, signed Wednesday.
Bryson Fowler, son of Bryan and Renae Fowler, signed Friday.
Southern Wesleyan is a NCAA Division II school.
Kole Rogers, who will be entering his senior season for the Indians, is expected to be a middle infielder for the Warriors and major in exercise science.
He said when he visited Southern Wesleyan, he knew that was where he should go.
Bryson Fowler is also a senior for the Indians Baseball Team where he is a 2-time All-Region Honorable Mention and twice-named to the Georgia Dugout Club Top 100.
He is expecting to be a catcher and pitcher for the Warriors.
Former Stephens County Indian Assistant and former Toccoa Falls College Head Baseball Coach, Justin Pollock, is an assistant coach at Southern Wesleyan, and Bryson says that was a big factor in his decision.
Stephens County Head Baseball Coach Greg McCall says the hard work both Kole and Bryson have put in over the years is paying off.
By the way, the Stephens County Indians baseball season begins February 12th.