Mike Morley Is Bama Bound, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Mike Morley Is Bama Bound
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, May 14, 2012
Congratulations to the Morley family on their son Mike's recent scholarship signing to the University of West Alabama. As Morley's three year tenure with the Terriers comes to an end this summer, he will continue to prepare himself for his freshman year as a Tiger on the campus in Livingston Alabama. Mike will be studying biology, with future aspirations of a career in dentistry. The Tigers are a perennial contender in the very tough NCAA Gulf South Conference.

They were 15-9 in conference play this year, with an overall .560 season winning percentage. The Terriers organization would like to thank Head Coach Gary Rundles for his ongoing support of the program, as Mike is the fourth Terrier Coach Rundles has recruited. Mike is an excellent team mate, a quiet leader and has worn the blue and gold proudly. He has been a model Terrier and we wish him continued success.
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