Michael Clouthier Commits To Historic Boston College, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Michael Clouthier Commits To Historic Boston College
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Congratulations to right handed pitcher Michael Clouthier who has selected Boston College as his post secondary choice to further pursue his academic and baseball endevours. Michael was being recruited by several high profile NCAA D1 baseball programs. The challenge of pitching in the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) with powerhouses such as Miami, Florida State, Clemson, NC, Virginia, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, and Wake Forest was important to Clouthier.

The Eagles have been to the College World Series four times. Boston College is committed to academic excellence and Michael will be pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree with a Biology Major. He has hopes of teaching in the future. Michael has been a member of the Terriers and Canada's National Junior Team for the past year. He also pitched for Ontario at the 2010 Canada Cup. He possesses a 90-92 mph fastball and an above average slider. He is an excellent team mate and is as genuine as it gets. Everyone in the Terriers program is very proud of Michael and wishes him the best of luck moving forward. Other facts about BC..... * Opened it's doors on September 5th, 1864 * Home to over 14,000 students represented by 50 states and 93 countries * 750 Student-Athletes competing in 14 NCAA D1 sports * Nickname- The Eagles * The ACC is the #2 ranked conference in all of NCAA D1 College Baseball
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