Arkansas Lands Kent State Standout Michael Turner

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September 20 2021 05:00 am

FAYETTEVILLE — Kent State catcher Michael Turner will play his final collegiate season at the University of Arkansas.

Turner, 6-2, 205, announced his decision on Twitter Tuesday morning.

The former Warren (Ohio) Champion standout could be a replacement for Casey Opitz, who just completed his career at Arkansas. He also played first and third base for Kent State

In 2021, the left-handed hitting Turner hit .337 with six home runs, knocked in 22 runs, walked 16 times and only struck out 12 times.

The Razorbacks are reloading with several key players from the 2021 team not returning due to professional baseball or eligibility expired.

Click here for his profile from Kent State.

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