Dayton Dawe Doubles Down On College Choices, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Dayton Dawe Doubles Down On College Choices
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, February 6, 2012
Terriers right handed pitcher Dayton Dawe is covering all the bases as he continues on the path toward his post secondary education and a college baseball career. This past week he acquired scholarships at both the University of Maine (NCAA D1) and at Iowa Western (NJCAA D1). Dawe will make his final decision on where he will take his pitching talents later this spring. Both schools are college baseball powerhouses.

The Maine Black Bears won the America East Conference title this past year and the IW Reivers won the NJCAA Division 1 World Series in 2010. They are presently ranked third in the nation. Dayton is currently on Canada's Junior National Team roster. This past fall he played a huge role in helping the Nats qualify for the 2012 AAA World Junior Baseball Championships in Korea. He has also pitched for Ontario at the 17u Canada Cup the past two summers, coming away with a gold medal last year. Blessed with an electric arm, Dayton has tremendous command of all his pitches, which compliment his 90+ MPH fast ball. He is an excellent team mate and the Terriers organization congratulate the entire Dawe family on all of Dayton's accomplishments.
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