Yarsinske Jr., New NWCBL Director of Communications
November 27, 2015
LYNNWOOD – Henry Yarsinske Jr. will assume the duties as the Director of Communications for the Northwest Collegiate Baseball League.
Yarsinske’s new role officially begins in May of 2016.
For the past two summers Henry has done a variety of things for the NWCBL, including keeping statistics, and being involved with the organization’s media strategy and engagement. He’s conducted pre- and post-game interviews with players and coaches, posted updates to the league’s social media accounts, and worked as a public address announcer.
Yarsinske Jr. is a graduate of Everett Community College and is currently pursuing his Mass Media degree in Integrated Communications at Washington State University. He has experience as a sports clerk at the Everett Herald Newspaper, is the former editor of The Clipper, Everett Community College’s award-winning student publication, and is an avid music fan. He currently hosts Stereo Wire, a punk and alternative radio show that airs Fridays at 8:30 pm on 90.7 KSER in Everett.
“Henry has a passion for the NWCBL and has done a great job promoting our players and coaches,” NWCBL president Spencer Stark said. “He has demonstrated the skills needed for this new position, and is willing to try new things to continue to promote our players, coaches, and our league.”
Yarsinske’s excited about his expanded role.
“I’ve been part of the media team since the inception of the league and I’m honored to be granted the opportunity to take the next step in helping the league grow,” he said. “I feel we’ve done a lot with social media and I want to continue to add more multimedia components to make the NWCBL experience stronger and more accessible to fans and parents.”
You can follow Henry on Twitter @hyarsinske
ABOUT THE NORTHWEST COLLEGIATE LEAGUE
The Northwest Collegiate Baseball League is a developmental wood-bat summer league located in the Puget Sound and was created to help college baseball players in the Northwest improve their game. Player fees are affordable and the schedule takes into consideration player travel times. We understand the needs of our players who may need to take classes or work, and are here to support what’s best for each individual. The summer of 2016 marks the third year of operations. The NWCBL also owns a semi-professional team, the North Sound Emeralds.
Henry Yarsinske Jr.