Zack Sardellitti Joins Team Canada, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Zack Sardellitti Joins Team Canada
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, February 21, 2011
Congratulations to catcher Zack Sardellitti who was named to the Junior National Team this week. Zack attended the Baseball Canada Mizuno Camp last year and also impressed JNT Head Coach Greg Hamilton this past weekend at the MLB Bureau camp in Mississauga. Zack joined the Terriers last fall as a graduate of the Midget Georgetown Eagles. He was an offensive force with the Eagles, leading the team in home runs and extra base hits.

His leadership and work ethic are two of his greatest attributes. Zack had a excellent start to his Terriers career last fall, making an immidiate impact in the heart of the lineup. He has refined his catching skills and has become an excellent receiver that the entire pitching staff enjoys throwing to. This past winter Zack spent countless hours in the weight room and should be commended for the condition he is in. There is no doubt he is physically well prepared for the upcoming season. Zack will be off to Florida later this week with the Junior National Team. The Nats will practice and play games versus US College teams, Korea and the Netherlands. Congratulations to Zack and his family and best of luck from the entire Terriers organization.
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