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Three Union-Endicott Tigers Announce College Plans

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Three standout Union-Endicott student-athletes will be continuing their athletic careers in college.  Two will play baseball while one will play softball.  C J Krowiak has announced plans to further his education and play baseball at Binghamton University. Matt Eastman will play baseball at St. Bonaventure University and his twin sister Alexis will play softball for LeMoyne College.

Krowiak has been a standout all-around athlete at U-E.  He has been one of quarterback Joey Orlando’s primary targets as a wide receiver on the Section 4 Champion Tiigers’ football team.  In addition he has starred in basketball and golf.  As a shortstop Krowiak was named Co-MVP for the 2013 Section 4 champion Tigers and was a STAC All-Conference selection and Third Team All-State pick.

Matt Eastman will attend St. Bonaventure University and play baseball for the Bonnies.  As a first baseman and outfielder he led the Tigers in runs batted in and on-base percentage.  Eastman has played the past two summers for the Yak Baseball Travel Team in High Point, North Carolina.  He earned Scholar-Athlete honors the past two years.

Matt’s twin sister Alexis “Lexi” Eastman  has starred on the Tigers’ softball team.  A member of the varsity since eighth grade she has helped lead the team to multiple Section 4 titles.  She will play softball at LeMoyne .  In 80 innings of pitching in the 2013 season Eastman struck out 121 batters and registered an earned run average of 1.48, hit .330 and was named to the STAC All-Metro Division team.

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