La Crosse, Wis. (WXOW) Noah Parcher is proving it’s never too late to change your college destination.
The La Crosse Central graduate signed a letter of intent to play at division two Northern Michigan Tuesday.
Parcher was a four-year varsity player for the Red Raiders and played in the WIAA State Tournament every year.
He originally committed to Bryant and Stratton College.
But when their head coach Matt Majkrzak left to become the head coach at Northern Michigan, Parcher was offered a chance to join him.
“He wanted to take some of the guys with so he offered me a scholarship to go with him. I just had to apply and get accepted. So it was a longer process. It’s just been a huge reliever because all summer I haven’t decided where I wanted to go until almost August. We start school August 26. It’s just a big reliever knowing I’m set on a place,” Parcher said.
Parcher also has the unique distinction of being the winningest player in Central history and he never lost a home game during his career.