Fearon Signs With Volunteer State, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Fearon Signs With Volunteer State
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, December 15, 2011
Terriers center fielder Christian Fearon (CJ) will be headed south to Tennessee in early 2012. The speedster has accepted a scholarship to Volunteer State College (NJCAA D1). The cozy campus is based in Gallatin TN, which is about a 30 minute drive from downtown Nashville. The Pioneers consistently challenge for their division title and boast outstanding baseball facilities. Christian is one of the fastest players to ever wear a Terriers uniform.

He saves runs on defense and sets the table on offense! Fearon hits for average, bunts for base hits, moves runners, steals bases and scores a lot of runs. He has won more Terriers Player of the Week Awards than anyone in the programs history, and also provides leadership along with being an excellent team mate. Best of luck to Christian, and congratulations to the entire Fearon family.
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