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Engineering + Baseball College

Djay123Djay123 Posts: 2Registered User New Member
Hi, I am going to be a high school senior and am looking to go to a good engineering school and play college baseball, but unfortunately I don't play for my high school and only outside my school for a club team. I have the grades and qualifications to go to most any school. My question is to anyone who knows where there is a quality engineering school where I could possibly play for the baseball team. Thanks for anyone who has any information.
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Replies to: Engineering + Baseball College

  • ricegalricegal Posts: 1,350Registered User Senior Member
    I wonder if you could walk-on at Rice?
  • blackeyedsusanblackeyedsusan Posts: 2,446Registered User Senior Member
    When I first read your title, I thought Rice University! A top engineering program and quality D1 baseball team. But when I read your post I saw that you're not being recruited for baseball. It might be pretty tough to get on Rice's baseball team, but you might want to look into it.

    I cross-posted with ricegal, but clearly we're on the same wavelength!
  • JohnAdams12JohnAdams12 Posts: 2,587- Senior Member
    UC San Diego
    Harvey Mudd College

    all good engineering schools
  • Djay123Djay123 Posts: 2Registered User New Member
    Thanks a lot for the information!
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