Another player from the class of 2022 in Wisconsin is off the board and has committed to a division two program. This time it was Tyler Borowski who picked Winona State. The 6’2” point guard from Appleton East High School and the Wisconsin Crusaders, also had an offer from Sioux Falls plus interest from a few other division two programs in the region including Minot State and St. Cloud State. 

The commitment quickly comes after Borowski took his official visit to the Winona, Minnesota campus over Labor Day weekend. “It was an amazing experience, the coaches and team made me feel part of their family,” the senior said on how the visit went. Also saying, “I was able to hang out with the team, go to a football game, and watch a team practice.” 

The first reason Borowski stated on why he committed to Winona State was the coaching staff. “Coach Eisner, Coach Malvik, and Coach Bradley showed how they were so committed to the program and team which made me want to be a part of what they have going. I loved how much of a family they were and that they were always putting the team over themselves. Overall, I just love everything about the school, I found my home.” 

On his visit to Winona, Borowski received his scholarship offer from the coaching staff. “I was ready to make the decision as soon as I found the right fit. The second I stepped onto Winona’s campus and met the coaches I felt home and knew I wanted to go there. So as soon as they offered, I was ready to say yes with no hesitation.” 

Before he heads to Winona State, Borowski is looking to make one last run at a state championship. “Going into my senior year this is the best high school team I have been a part of. We have had the same group of core guys since my sophomore year. Our goals are to win conference and after that to get a gold ball. I can’t wait to get back out there on the court with my brothers and chase our childhood dream.”