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Published On: September 27th, 2013

WILLMAR, MN-  The Willmar Stingers of the Northwoods League are excited to announce the final four signings to their 2010 inaugural season roster.  The Stingers have signed 4 pitchers: Jayson Huett (NW Missouri State), David Carroll (Western Nevada College), Matt Collins (Daytona State College), and Roy Metter (Nebraska Kearney).

Jayson Huett is a 6’0”, 160 pound, junior pitcher from NW Missouri State.  For the Bearcats, Huett led the pitching staff in ERA (4.41), appearances (26), saves (7), and innings (87.2).  Prior to joining NW Missouri St, Jayson played two seasons at Cypress College.   

David Carroll is a 6’8”, 237 pound, sophomore pitcher at Western Nevada College.  In 49 innings for the Wildcats this season, Carroll has posted a 2.57 ERA in 17 appearances.  In those appearances, Carroll has a 5-3 record with 4 saves.  Next season, David will be playing for the Terrapins at the University of Maryland.  

Matt Collins is a right handed pitching sophomore from Daytona State College.  In 12 appearances this season, Collins has a 4.33 ERA in 43.2 innings total.  Collins has struck out 28 batters this season while only walking 6.  Next season Collins will be transferring to Central Florida.

Roy Metter, originally from Phoenix, AZ, joins the Stingers with his fellow Nebraska Kearney teammate Andrew Haake.  Metter is a junior pitcher for the Lopers.  This season Roy led all starting pitchers in ERA, posting a 4.19 earned run average in 81.2 innings. 

The Home Opener presented by Christianson & Associates will feature Hall of Famer Paul Molitor as the Stingers take on the St. Cloud River Bats on Thursday, June 3 at 7:05 p.m. at Bill Taunton Stadium. Single game tickets for this event and all 34-home games are currently on-sale at the ticket office location at the ballpark from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday or by calling 320-222-2010. Season tickets for the 2010 season are $149 for reserved seat backs and $169 for box seat season tickets. For more information regarding this story or the 2010 inaugural season presented by Charter Communications, please call 320-222-2010.