Aaron Bain's Long Road Back Results In Scholarship To Cuyahoga College, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Aaron Bain's Long Road Back Results In Scholarship To Cuyahoga College
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, April 28, 2011
The Terriers are very proud of right handed pitcher Aaron Bain who has acquired a scholarship to Cuyahoga College in Ohio. Aaron joined the Terriers program three years ago, and quickly became the ace of the pitching staff.

At 16 years old he was armed with a low 80s fastball and an above average curve. He consistantly gave his team quality outings and was well on his way to the next level. Unfortunately in the fall of 2009 Aaron suffered a set back to his right arm which resulted in Tommy John surgery. After the successful operation and over 14 months of rehab, Aaron took the mound competatively for the first time during the Terriers recent March break trip to Florida. Quite an accomplishment for a young man whose incredible hard work and perseverance brought him all the way back to the point of this scholarship offer from Head Coach Mark Zofka. Cuyahoga College was founded in 1962 and is the oldest and largest community college in Ohio with an enrollment of over 31,000 students. The Challengers baseball program is home to one of the finest two year college baseball facilities in the midwest and is a member of the NJCAA Region 12 Conference. Aaron will wrap up his Terrier career this August before landing on campus where he will study Sport and Exercise. Congratulations to Aaron and his family and continued success at Cuyahoga !
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