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Ryan Partridge Inks Commitment To Penn State University

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North Allegheny senior pitcher Ryan Partridge made his college commitment official on Wednesday, signing his letter of intent to continue his baseball and academic career at Penn State University.

As a junior, Partridge made three starts and five appearance for the Tigers. The southpaw worked 15.2 innings on the bump with a 3.57 ERA.

Partridge has a 4.3 GPA and plans to study Biology at PSU. He is pictured above with NA assistant coach Jeremy Sabo (left) and head coach Andrew Heck (right).

Ryan Partridge Tabs Penn State For College Baseball

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Senior left-handed pitcher Ryan Partridge announced a verbal commitment to Penn State University to continue his baseball and academic career. He made his announcement via twitter on Saturday.

As a junior, Partridge made three starts and five appearance for the Tigers. The southpaw worked 15.2 innings on the bump with a 3.57 ERA.

Partridge and the North Allegheny baseball team will begin the 2019 season on March 26 at Mt. Lebanon.

Pitcher Anthony Hattrup Tabs University of Dayton As College Choice

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North Allegheny senior baseball player Anthony Hattrup has made a verbal commitment to the University of Dayton. Hattrup made the announcement via twitter on Wednesday.

A valuable right-hander on the North Allegheny pitching staff, Hattrup led the Tigers in wins with a 4-2 record and posted an ERA of 2.70. He also finished second on the staff in innings pitched (33.2) and strikeouts (36).  Two years ago as a sophomore, Hattrup pitched primarily out of the bullpen and dazzled with a 4-1 record and 1.66 ERA in seven appearances.

A multi-sport athlete, Hattrup was also named a second-team all-section forward last season for the NA boys’ basketball team.

After making back-to-back appearances in the WPIAL championship game and PIAA playoffs, Hattrup and Tigers open the 2019 season on March 29 at Mt. Lebanon.