One of the top guards in Wisconsin’s 2024 class, Ty Fernholz, and on the NY2LA Association over the past two years has announced his college commitment. 

With his excelling play on the court, Fernholz received much college interest which included a couple of division two scholarship offers for himself. Michigan Tech and Winona State were the two programs to offer the rising senior a scholarship. 

Of the two offers, Fernholz ended up announcing his commitment to Michigan Tech and head coach Josh Buettner this week. They had initially extended an offer to him last fall back in September. Michigan Tech is landing one of the top shooters in the Midwest’s entire 2024 class. Being on Michigan’s upper peninsula and having a Wisconsin native for their head coach, Michigan Tech has continued to recruit Wisconsin extremely well. The majority of their roster from last season was from Wisconsin including Dan Gherezgher, Josh Terrian, Dawson Nordgaard, Marcus Tomashek, and Adam Hobson who also attended Stoughton High School.

This past high school season at Stoughton, the 6’2” shooting guard averaged 20.7 points a game while shooting 45.1% from three to be named conference player of the year. Last year with the Wisconsin Blizzard, he was named the NY2LA Association 16U MVP as he led them to the association championship. He just finished another very strong year with the Blizzard as they finished in second place in the NY2LA Association this time around.