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Senior Neal Krentz Shines on and off the Field

By: Reilly Manz

Whether it’s acing an exam or pitching a complete game, Senior Neal Krentz has impressed throughout his time at Lahser High School. Krentz has dreamed of playing college baseball his entire life and this fall, his dream will become reality. Krentz recently signed with Case Western Reserve to play for their Division 3 baseball program. He received offers from a few Division 1 schools including Lafayette University, a member of the Patriot League. Case Western’s academic standard is far above that of the other schools who gave Krentz offers. Also, Case Western has an exceptional biomedical engineering program. He looks to pursue this degree while attending Case Western. The Knight Life was able to get an exclusive interview with the soon to be Spartan on the many new adventures and journey life will soon bring. While sitting down with Krentz, Knight Life asked him what made him want to pursue a biomedical degree. Krentz responded causally saying “I’ve always wanted to do something in the medical field. Becoming a doctor to me though is too risky and there are no guarantees on if you will succeed in such a field. For that reason I choose biomedical engineering. I will still be learning about the medical field, but rather than using the tools I will be making them.”

Interested in also the athletic angle of Krentz, Knight Life talked to him about his new opportunity of becoming a prominent pitcher for the Case Western Spartans. When asked about his opportunity Krentz jumped right in saying “I asked the coach what I must do to be a good to pitcher on the team as a freshman. He told me be able to locate your two top pitches anywhere in the strike zone.” Due to this statement by head coach Mark Englander, Krentz has focused all season on locating his two top pitches. His rocket like fastball and his absolutely filthy curveball.

Before Krentz goes off to the big show, he’s still very much focused on win a title in high school. His four years at Lahser came and went without very much team success. The Knights this year a looking strong and soon will trying an make a run at the district championship in late may under the leadership of their Senior captain Neal Krentz.

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