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Osika Commits to Indiana Tech
Submitted By Matt Mills on Wednesday, February 13, 2019
The Ontario Royals are proud to announce that infielder Tristan Osika has committed to Indiana Tech. The Warriors are a perennial power in the NAIA.

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