Kalispell Lakers Pair Inks With MSU-Billings

Logan Siblerud, Randy Stultz will continue baseball careers with Yellowjackets

Teammates Logan Siblerud and Randy Stultz will have four more years together on the diamond after the Kalispell Lakers pair signed to play at Montana State University-Billings earlier this month, joining a program that already includes ex-Lakers Andrew Schleusner and Brandon Maassen.

Stultz, a senior at Bigfork High School, earned all-state honors last season for the Lakers as a shortstop. He hit .357 during the regular season in 2018 and followed that up with a 6-for-13 effort at the state tournament. A three-sport athlete, Stultz also plays football and basketball for the Vikings.

Siblerud, likewise, is a three-sport athlete and just wrapped up his senior season as a wide receiver and defensive back at Flathead High School. The 6-foot-2 right-hander will pitch for the Yellowjackets.

MSU-Billings competes at the NCAA Division II level and is the only four-year college baseball program in the state of Montana.