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Noah Mitchell off to Salem University
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, December 2, 2019
Congratulations to RHP Noah Mitchell who recently committed to Salem University in West Virginia.

The beautiful 100-acre campus which was founded in 1888 is nestled in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia.

In Noah's time with the Terriers he has been a very consistent performer. 

In addition to countless outstanding outings on the mound over the past few years, he also added versatility to the infield at several positions.

Along with his fine play with the Terriers, Noah was selected to compete at the prestigious Oklahoma Sunbelt Tournament last year. 

The Tigers are members of the Eastern College Athletic Conference, NCAA DII. They were 26-27 in 2019 with a schedule that took them through Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. 

Best of luck to Noah at Salem and congratulations to the Mitchell family on this great accomplishment.

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