MSU Baseball Signs Justin Scanlon To National Letter of Intent

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Scanlon, a shortstop, helped lead Madison College to NJCAA Division II Junior College World Series in 2010.   Photo courtesy of MSU SID.
Scanlon, a shortstop, helped lead Madison College to NJCAA Division II Junior College World Series in 2010. Photo courtesy of MSU SID.

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State baseball head coach Jake Boss has announced the signing of Justin Scanlon (Verona, Wis.) to a National Letter of Intent. Scanlon will be a junior in eligibility for the Spartans during the 2011 season.

 

Scanlon (6-1, 185, R/R) played shortstop for two seasons at Madison College in Madison, Wis. This past season, he started 54 of 55 games and hit .392 as the Wolfpack went 44-15 and advanced to the NJCAA Division II Junior College World Series.

 

Scanlon, a first-team N4C conference selection, led the Wolfpack in 2010 with 78 hits, 57 runs, 28 stolen bases and 14 doubles, and ranked second on the team with 58 RBIs and four triples. In addition, he compiled a .464 on-base percentage. In the field, Scanlon turned 38 double plays and recorded 152 assists, both ranking first on the team.

 

In 2009, Scanlon saw action in 30 games, recording a .325 batting average with 17 RBIs and 16 runs scored.

 

Scanlon was a three-sport letterwinner (baseball, football, basketball) for Verona Area High School and was selected all-conference in baseball his senior season.

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