Hattermann and Jouwstra sign to play baseball at Northwestern

Worthington's Tyler Hatterman and Edgerton’s Blake Jouwstra each signed letters of intent to play college for the Northwestern Red Raiders in Orange City (IA) next year.

Hattermann, the son of Darin Hatterman and Pam and Kent Johnson has earned two letters at Worthington Senior under coach Stacy Sauerbrei. He hit .283 his senior season, but pushed that average up to .385 this season during Southwest Conference play while anchoring the outfield at Centerfield. Tyler Hattermann was also chosen as a Southwest Conference All-Conference Honorable Mention selection this season.

Hattermann, a member of the honor roll, plans to enter Northwestern as an undecided major. "We are glad to welcome Tyler to our team," said head coach Brian Wede. "Tyler is a physical outfielder with a lot of potential to be a good offensive player. I am excited to watch him develop under Coach Boeve."

Blake Jouwstra, the son of Mike and Tricia, is a infielder/catcher from Edgerton Public School. During his career, Jouwstra has hit .383 in 81 at bats and he was named First Team All-Conference as a sophomore and junior.

Jouwstra, a member of the 'A' honor roll, will enter Northwestern as an undecided major. "We are excited that Blake has decided to join us," said head coach Brian Wede. "Blake has experience playing different positions and has been a very good offensive player for Edgerton. He is a great match for what we are looking for in baseball players at Northwestern."

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