Fireballer Trevor Brigden Lands Scholarship, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Fireballer Trevor Brigden Lands Scholarship
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, November 3, 2012
Right handed pitcher Trevor Brigden is armed with an 86 mph fast ball and a knee buckling curve. After a visit and workout to Lackawanna College in Pennsylvania this past week, where Trevor impressed the Falcon's coaches, he has accepted a scholarship offer from the NJCAA powerhouse. Congratulations to the entire Brigden family on this accomplishment. Trevor has become a major cog in the Terriers pitching staff through hard work and his commitment to improvement.

His great attitude and willingness to learn has impressed the Terriers coaching staff over the past year and a half. Lackawanna College was founded in 1894 and is located in Scranton, PA. The Falcons had an overall record of 47-12 ( 17-0 in conference) last season and went to the NJCAA Division II World Series. Their schedule takes them to Tennessee, South Carolina, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland. Trevor will study Sports Management at Lackawanna College
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