Cole Peragine Continues Stonybrook/Terriers Tradition, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Cole Peragine Continues Stonybrook/Terriers Tradition
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, August 29, 2010
Congratulations to Terriers infielder Cole Peragine who was awarded a scholarship by Stonybrook University (NCAA D1) Head Coach, Matt Senk this past week. Cole was spotted by Seawolves recruiting coordinator, Joe Pennucci over two years ago and has tracked his progress on several occasions ever since.

"Cole impressed me with his consistency every time I watched the Terriers play". We look forward to getting him on campus with the other Canadians", said Joe. Cole will join Terriers alumni Chad Marshall, Jas Rakkar and Tanner Nivins, all members of a Seawolves team that won the America East tournament championship last year, and went on to compete at the NCAA Regionals. Cole has been the most versatile player in the Terriers program over the past three seasons. He plays SS/2B/3B and has also come in to pitch on occasions when the bullpen has been decimated. He has won Terrier MVP, Top Hitter and Gold Glove Awards. This past summer Cole represented Ontario at the 17u Canada Cup National Championship in Kindersley Saskachewan. The entire Terriers organization is very proud of all of Cole’s accomplishments and look forward to watching him play out his career with us through 2011.
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