Midwest City, Okla. – Silo High School Senior, Jacob Savage, has committed to play baseball for Rose State College. With the support of family and friends he officially signed on the dotted line during a committing ceremony that took place on May 19.
Since the age of three, Jacob Savage has been playing baseball. He comes from a small school where baseball is huge and has made quite a name for itself. In fact, Rose State College Head Baseball Coach Coty Cooper said, “Silo High School has one of the best baseball programs in the state of Oklahoma and has for years.” As a member of the Silo High School Baseball team Savage walks away with not only one, not two, but three State Championship titles.
Jacob stated, “I chose Rose State to play baseball.” Excited to start playing for the Raiders in August, Jacob comes in as a Center Fielder. Savage says he will live on campus and plans to get his first degree here but his ultimate educational goal is to major in Physical Therapy.
Rose State College Baseball, led by Head Coach Coty Cooper, has served hundreds of players to develop and improve their skills on and off the field and those players have gone on to play for NCAA Division I & II teams as well as Professional Organizations. The Raiders are looking forward to a great season with the contributions from Savage and his new teammates this fall.
Photo cutline: (from left to right) Father, Steve Savage; baseball player, Jacob Savage; and mother, Desira Savage.