Jake Osborne's Scholarship Will Take Him To Maine, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Jake Osborne's Scholarship Will Take Him To Maine
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Terrier's center fielder Jake Osborne possesses speed, power, arm strength and dynamic baseball intangibles. He has a tremendous work ethic and a desire to compete at the highest possible level. He is also an outstanding student, and together with all of those tools and qualities has earned an NCAA D1 scholarship to the University of Maine. Jake has been patrolling the outfield for the 17u Terriers since last fall.

He has made numerous highlight reel defensive plays over the past year, including several great catches along with pin point throws to gun down opposing runners. Osborne is a menace on the bases and also lead the team in home runs. Jake has been a high profile recruit who has been on several campus visits. In UMaine he was attracted to the Black Bears baseball program, it's facilities and the pre med program which will be Jake's major. Founded in 1865, Maine is among the most comprehensive higher education institutions in the Northeast, attracting students from across the U.S. and more than 60 countries. The Black Bears compete in the America East Conference. Congratulations to the entire Osborne family on Jake's many accomplishments.
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