Chad Marshall Awarded Scholarship To Stony Brook University, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Chad Marshall Awarded Scholarship To Stony Brook University
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, November 12, 2006
Just like he has with so many balls hit his way over the past year, as the Terriers shortstop, Chad Marshall made his biggest catch of all this past weekend, snagging a baseball scholarship with the Stony Brook Seawolves(NCAA Division1).

Chad's strong play at the Blue Chips Prospects Tournament two weeks ago (7 for 11, 0 errors, 9 putouts) impressed head coach Matt Senk. This was the icing on the cake for what was an incredible year for the Terriers MVP. After a winter of relentless hard work, Chad got off to a brilliant start offensively and defensively in Ft. Lauderdale on the Terriers March Break trip vs college competition. His tremendous play continued throughout the PBLO season. Chad made good on 133 of 136 chances defensively, a staggering .978 fielding percentage! Chad was also the team sparkplug with the bat, hitting in the lead-off spot, leading the team in average, on base percentage and runs scored. The summer schedule brought more of the same stellar play from Marshall, as he anchored the Terriers infield to the 18u Sandlott World Series Championship. Chad's summer was not done yet though, as he was also a member of the Ontario Youth Team, that captured the Gold Medal at the Canada Cup National Championship in Medicine Hat, Alberta. What a year for a Chad and his family! It's not all about baseball for Chad though,as he is also an excellent student. His desire to study sciences made Stony Brook an enviable destination for Chad. (See below re:Stony Brook University). Congratulations Chad. The entire Terriers organization is very proud of you. Facts about Stony Brook University Perennial powerhouse in the NCAA D1 America East Conference There were 14 Stony Brook Seawolves alumni playing professional baseball this past summer, including Minnesota Twins closer Joe Nathan. According to US News, Stony Brook is ranked in the top 50 public universities in America. The US News rated Stony Brook as one of the “best national universities” in which the magazine stated the institution “offers a wide range of undergraduate majors, as well as masters and doctoral degrees, strongly emphasizing research”. The President says... “We are an internationally know facility enriching the lives of students from all over the globe. We are research pioneers that improve the lives of people throughout the world”.
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