Robert Grilli's Baseball Scholarship Will Take Him To Utah, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Robert Grilli's Baseball Scholarship Will Take Him To Utah
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Terriers shortstop Robert Grilli has accepted a scholarship to attend the nations 6th ranked Salt Lake City Bruins (NJCAA D1). Robert was very consistant in the middle of the diamond for the JR Terriers all of last season, and he has continued that fine play through this fall with the SRs. On the Terriers recent trip to Arizona, Robert caught the eye of the Bruin's recruiting coordinator, while racking up a .421 batting average through the tournament.

His on base percentage was also impressive at .522, while scoring six runs. Grilli also had an excellent game versus the Texas Rangers fall instructional team, cashing an RBI triple and assisting on several put outs. Founded in 1948 and home to 15,000 students, the picturesque campus is nestled near downtown Salt Lake City. Robert will play his home games on a beautiful astroturf field surrounded by mountains. The Bruins play in the SWAC Conference where their schedule will take them through Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and Idaho. In 2011, they rung up a tremendous 49-16(.754) record Congratulations to Robert and his family on this achievment. The Terriers look forward to Robert's further development ,as he continues to prepare for his college career.
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