Just a week after landing a commitment from Marcus Tomashek, Michigan Tech and head coach Josh Buettner landed another 2022 commitment from the state of Wisconsin and the JH1 Elite program. This one came from Josh Terrian, a 6’4” guard/forward of Pewaukee High School. The Huskies had initially offered him a scholarship back in March.

“I felt Michigan Tech was the perfect place for me. I wanted to get the recruiting process, committing behind me to focus on my senior year and enjoy one last go around,” Terrian said on why he made his pick now. The senior also had interest from a number of programs around the Midwest including Hillsdale, Macalester, Winona State, Wisconsin-Parkside and others.

A variety of factors came in to play in Terrian’s commitment to Michigan Tech. “The community and atmosphere around the campus is extremely friendly and welcoming. I love the coaching staff at Tech. They’re very up front and honest with everything both on and off the court. Lastly, the academic side is highly ranked and very respected that will set me up for a bright future.”

While Terrian is looking forward to playing with Tomashek once again in college, that was not a factor in his commitment. However, the duo did have interest of playing together in college. “Throughout our travel careers Marcus and I have developed a chemistry on the court that truly complemented each other. Now we get to bring our talents to Michigan Tech and go win a championship.” 

Before heading to Michigan’s upper peninsula next year, Terrian will be looking to win another championship with Pewaukee. After winning a championship this past season while averaging 14.4 points a game, he is looking for one more as a senior. “We have a ton of talent returning on our team and there would be no better way to go out than back-to-back state titles.” Pewaukee looks to have a great chance to accomplish this as not only do they return Terrian, but Milan Momcilovic, Ashton Janowski, and Nick Janowski as well.