Senior Salute: Kole Brink, baseball

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Name: Kole Brink, shortstop-second base

Hometown/High School: Frewsburg/Frewsburg High School

Parents: Amy and Kane Brink

Major: Business Administration

Plans for next year: To secure a job in the business world and possibly pursue an MBA. Stay around the sport of baseball, coaching, training, etc.

Favorite Fredonia State memory: My home run against New Paltz in Florida last year. Also going 6-0 in the conference last year in Florida.

"Playing baseball as a Blue Devil has brought me life-long friends as well as amazing memories. The culture here is very strong and it has helped shape me into the individual I am today. Do as much as possible during your time here."

Quote: "Playing baseball as a Blue Devil has brought me life-long friends as well as amazing memories. The culture here is very strong and it has helped shape me into the individual I am today. Do as much as possible during your time here."

When Fredonia State's spring sports seasons were cut short, so too were the Senior Day celebrations in all spring sports. As a small token of our appreciation, we will honor each of the seniors in baseball, softball, women's lacrosse, and men's outdoor track and field over the next few weeks. Please join us in thanking them for their hard work and dedication to Blue Devil athletics on this webpage and via social media (#SeniorSalute).

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