By Nicholas Huenefeld/Owens Sports Information
Tiffin, OH---Logan Shullick, a sophomore outfielder for the Express baseball team, has signed to continue his playing career at Tiffin University.
Shullick led the Express in hitting this past season with a .358 batting average. In addition to that, he produced 19 runs, a team-high nine doubles, one triple, 26 RBIs, nine walks and four stolen bases.
His RBI total was second on the team.
Shullick also had a team-high .379 batting average in OCCAC play, where he produced 14 runs, three doubles, 17 RBI, five walks and two stolen bases.
Following the season, Shullick was named First Team All-OCCAC. That came after earning OCCAC Player of the Week honors on April 7. He was also named the team's MVP at the end of year banquet.
Shullick was a vastly improved player as a sophomore after hitting .215 as a freshman.
Playing his high school baseball at Norwalk (OH) High School, Shullick was First Team All-League, First Team All-District, team MVP and D-II District 9 Player of the Year as a senior.
Shullick joins sophomore pitcher Dane Davis (IPFW) as the first two Express players to move on to four-year schools from last year's team.
Tiffin University finished 20-29 overall and 14-19 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) last season. They are coached by Joe Wilkins and compete at the NCAA D-II level.
Shullick and Davis helped lead the Express to their first appearance in the Region XII tournament since 2009-10 this past season. They even picked up a win in their first game of the tournament under the direction of first-year head coach Devin Taylor.