RHP Sam Worthen off to Wilson College, News (Terriers Baseball)

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RHP Sam Worthen off to Wilson College
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, November 24, 2018
Congratulations to the Worthen family on their son Sam's recent commitment to Wilson College.

Sam is a great team mate with an outstanding work ethic and a very high compete level. He is a strike throwing machine that dominates the zone. Sam rarely falls behind hitters and was a major cog in the 17u Terriers march to the PBLO championship this past year. He was also the MVP of his high school baseball team in 2017 and 2018, leading them to the district championship this past year.

Wilson College is located in Chambersburg Pennsylvania. ‎It is home to 1,100 students and academically offers 34 Majors and 40 Minors. 

Wilson's first baseball game will be played in the spring of 2019. ‎The Phoenix will compete in the NCAA North Eastern Athletic Conference. Their home games will be played at historic Henninger Field. The field is steeped in baseball history including hosting the 1929 World Champion New York Yankees for an exhibition game in which Babe Ruth hit a home run.

Sam is an Ontario Scholar. He has been on the honor roll every year in high school.

In what little spare time he has, Sam is also a member of Link Crew and HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). ‎He will be majoring in Exercise Science at Wilson College. His goal is to become a physiotherapist. ‎

Best of luck to Sam with his ongoing academic and baseball career. 
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