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Prep Baseball Minnesota 2024 High School Preview: Rochester John Marshall Rockets

Prep Baseball MN Staff
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As we prepare for the upcoming 2024 High School season, we will be taking a preseason glimpse at programs from around the state.


Team: Rochester John Marshall
Nickname: Rockets
X: @JMHS_Baseball
Class: 4A
Conference: Big 9
Head Coach: Tyler Zemla
Years as Head Coach at School (Overall Record): 3 years (12-33)
2023 Overall Record: 6-11
2023 Post-Season Finish: 0-2 in Sections

# of Returning Starters: 7
# of Pitchers With 15+ Innings Returning:1
# of Starters Lost: 2
# of Pitchers with 15+ Innings Lost: 1


Nolan Wayne 2B / Rochester John Marshall, MN / 2025



Ethan Loos SS / Rochester John Marshall, MN / 2024



Aaron Terpstra / JOHN MARSHALL SENIOR HIGH, MN / 2024




Drew Lingen - Winona State
Nolan Satre - U of M-Morris
Zach Carr - RCTC


”I expect our team to rely on the experience and leadership of the 8 returning players from last year's team that was competitive in every game down the stretch. Our strengths will be pitching and defense, which will keep us in games each and every night. Having competitive at-bats up and down the lineup will be the key to a successful season.” - Tyler Zemla, Head Coach