Speedster Aaron Loder Headed To The Desert, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Speedster Aaron Loder Headed To The Desert
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, February 9, 2012
Congratulations to the Loder family on Aaron's recent scholarship to Arizona Western College (NJCAA D1) . Aaron has been with the Terriers for the past three years, after graduating from Guelph Minor Baseball, where he grew up playing for his Dad. Arizona Western is located in Yuma ,AZ which is 185 miles from Phoenix. The Matador's play in the ACCAC Conference and currently hold a 6-1 record after opening their season in Las Vegas.

Big league catcher Bengie Molina is their most decorated alumni. Aaron is an excellent athlete. He was recruited by the Terriers as an infielder, but has since been converted to the out field. He worked very hard at making this significant position change, all the while handling it with class and professionalism. He is an excellent defensive player, but his game is not limited to defense alone. Aaron hits at the top of the order, and generates plenty of offense with his speed and great instincts. He walks, bunts, hits for average and steals bases. Aaron will be studying Business with a focus on construction management at Arizona Western. We wish him continued success and the best of luck with his college endeavors.
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