EASTCHESTER, N.Y. – A pair of Eastchester High School seniors have signed their letters of intention and will continue their storied baseball careers at Division I schools next season.
Shortstop Mike Milo has signed with the University at Albany. Nick Campana will be manning the hot corner at the University of Hartford. Both were named to the all-section one team last year.
During his junior season, Milo had 17 RBI, six doubles and 32 hits, good for a .552 on base percentage. Campana has been a fixture on the Eagles' baseball team since his freshman year, when he burst onto the scene with a .400 batting average and 21 RBI. He has also swiped 40 bases in his career.
When the two advance to college, it will mark the first season the two haven’t played together since they were five years old. The two future college athletes got their start in the Eastchester Little League, according to Eastchester public relations manager Mary Ellen Byrne.
Next season, both will play in the American East Conference, so the two will get the opportunity to square off against one another.
“Both athletes were determined to continue to play baseball through high school and beyond,” she said. “Their many years of hard work and dedication paid off.”
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