Oct 16, 2009 | Dan Thompson | 231 views
Sr's Get A Taste Of Ncaa D1 Competition
The Terriers played 17 innings at Niagara University on Saturday against the Purple Eagles. The entire pitching staff got work against Division 1 hitters, in preparation for their final trip of the year which will be to Alabama this coming week. The Terriers will play seven games at the University of West Alabama versus local teams and teams from Tennessee and Mississippi.
At Niagara, catcher Jordan Mountford swung the hot bat with three hits, including a home run.
Center fielder, Christian Fearon also had three hits, all singles. Graham Tebbit and Adam Godo had two each, while Brandon Dailey, Cole Peragine, and Brian Doran all had one.
Connor Smith threw four outstanding innings allowing just two runs. Right handers Ted Hall and Graham Tebbit were excellent in their two shut out innings of work. Lefty Billy Ralston struck out four and allowed just one run in his two innings that closed out the marathon afternoon.
Thanks goes out to Niagara University Head Coach Rob McCoy for hosting the Terriers.