Toronto Sun's Bob Elliott Recognizes Terriers Staff, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Toronto Sun's Bob Elliott Recognizes Terriers Staff
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Every month it seems the Ontario Terriers compile accomplishments via the player route in terms of scholarships, National team exposure and championships.

A contributing factor for Terrier player achievement is they boast one of the strongest coaching and advisement staffs in the country. This was highlighted today with the release of Bob Elliott’s (Toronto Sun) annual rankings of the Most Influential Canadians in baseball which included four members of the Terriers staff. On the list of the Top 100, Paul Quantrill was listed at number 28. Paul is the Terriers 17U pitching coach and the Terriers Program Pitching Coordinator. Coming in at #63 was Dan Thompson, up from #65 in last year’s poll. Thompson is the Terriers' Director of Baseball Operations. Bill Byckowski, head coach of the Terriers 18 and under team, was listed on Elliott’s ranking at #69. Also making the list at #100 was Kirk Martin of Cardinal Sports Management. Martin and his team have helped Terrier players with College placement throughout the United States and Canada by utilizing their recruiting web site cardinalsportsgroup.com. The Terriers would like to congratulate these four important cogs in the Terriers organization. Please click here for the entire list.
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