Pepper Signs at Bellevue
Brock Kappelmann - March 1, 2018 5:55 am
LIBERAL, Kan. – Seward County pitcher Jordan Pepper signed his letter of intent on Monday in the All-American Room with Bellevue University to continue his baseball career with the Bruins.
Pepper made 20 appearances his freshman year, knocking out 35 batters over 36.2 innings pitched. He’s helped the Saints jump out to a 9-6 record this season, winning his lone start. In his four appearances on the season, Pepper has struck out 12 batters in just 8.2 innings pitched.
He will be joining an NAIA powerhouse in Bellevue, who have won 50 or more games in each of the past two season and at least 40 games for the past seven seasons. The Bruins have made the NAIA National Tournament for the past seven seasons and 15 of the past 17 years, including nine appearances in the NAIA World Series.