WL-S’s Louden signs with Otterbein


West Liberty-Salem senior baseball player Tyler Louden signs his official letter of intent to play baseball at Otterbein University. He will major in Criminal Justice. Pictured are Louden with his parents, Rob and Allyson, and Tigers head coach Jon Payer. “Tyler is a great kid, fierce competitor, great work ethic, and a pleasure to have on the team. He is a true leader on the field and in the classroom,” said Payer.


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West Liberty-Salem senior baseball player Tyler Louden signs his official letter of intent to play baseball at Otterbein University. He will major in Criminal Justice. Pictured are Louden with his parents, Rob and Allyson, and Tigers head coach Jon Payer. “Tyler is a great kid, fierce competitor, great work ethic, and a pleasure to have on the team. He is a true leader on the field and in the classroom,” said Payer.

West Liberty-Salem senior baseball player Tyler Louden signs his official letter of intent to play baseball at Otterbein University. He will major in Criminal Justice. Pictured are Louden with his parents, Rob and Allyson, and Tigers head coach Jon Payer. “Tyler is a great kid, fierce competitor, great work ethic, and a pleasure to have on the team. He is a true leader on the field and in the classroom,” said Payer.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/03/web1_TLoudenpic.jpegWest Liberty-Salem senior baseball player Tyler Louden signs his official letter of intent to play baseball at Otterbein University. He will major in Criminal Justice. Pictured are Louden with his parents, Rob and Allyson, and Tigers head coach Jon Payer. “Tyler is a great kid, fierce competitor, great work ethic, and a pleasure to have on the team. He is a true leader on the field and in the classroom,” said Payer. Submitted photo