Cody’s Jackson Schroeder Signs at Colby Community College for Baseball
Cody High School senior Jackson Schroeder will take his baseball talent to Colby Community College in Kansas.
The four-time all-state selection at the Single-A level of Wyoming American Legion Baseball recently signed his National Letter of Intent with the Trojans program.
Schroeder shared the Single-A West Conference Player of the Year Award in 2022. Last summer, he led the Cubs with a batting average of .382. Schroeder hit 13 home runs, had five triples, and 68 RBIs. He went 8-2 on the mound with a 2.44 ERA. Schroeder struck out 105 batters.
He helped Cody win their third consecutive Single-A state championship and seventh in the last nine seasons. The Cubs finished 2022 with a 35-21-1 record. They went to the Northwest Class ‘A’ Regional Tournament in Vernal, UT, but lost their first two games.
Schroder told the Cody Enterprise that he chose Colby Community College for their baseball program and because of a family connection. Jackson’s dad and mom both went to school there, and his dad played baseball at Colby before moving on to the University of Nebraska. Schroeder’s father also coached with Colby’s current manager, Ryan Carter.
Jackson Schroeder will be a pitcher and play in the field at Colby.
In an interview with the Cody Enterprise, Schroeder said, “They’ve got new facilities there. I love the coaching staff, and the chemistry between the players is all good. They all seem super close.”
Schroeder was also a two-time all-state football player at Cody High School for the Broncs. He helped them win Class 3A football state championships in 2020 and 2021.
Jackson still has his final season of American Legion Baseball with the Cody Cubs to play.
Colby Community College is in Colby, KS. The Trojans compete at the NJCAA Division I level and are a member of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) or Jayhawk Conference. Colby has made 22 consecutive postseason appearances.
WyoPreps would like to thank the Cody Enterprise for their help with this story.