Toby Handley Lands Scholarship At Stony Brook University, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Toby Handley Lands Scholarship At Stony Brook University
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Toby Handley was the SR Terriers best player in Florida last week, and that tremendous performance impressed Stony Brook Seawolves Recruiting Coordinator Joe Pennucci so much so that a scholarship offer followed from Head Coach Matt Senk. Toby committed to the NCAA D1 America East's top ranked Seawolves today. Handley joined the Terriers program after playing for the Whitby Chiefs (Bantam AAA).

He immediately jumped to the 17u team and has continued to master his craft as an excellent center fielder and lead off hitter on the SR squad. Toby also possesses great instincts on the bases and is the team spark plug. Further, he should be commended on his work ethic, and how he embraced the Terriers strength and conditioning program with SST Canada. Last August Toby represented Ontario at the 17u Baseball Canada Cup, where he helped his team mates come away with a gold medal. He was also a major cog in the two tournaments the 17u Terriers won last summer. The entire Terriers organization congratulates Toby and his family on this and all his accomplishments.
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