Apr 06, 2013 | Dan Thompson | 318 views
Terriers Lead The Way To The Ncaa
For the 6th time in the past 8 years the Terriers lead the country in graduating players that are going on to play NCAA baseball at universities and colleges in the United States.
The Terriers 2013 class will account for over one third of graduating high school baseball players nation wide that have signed a Letter of Intent and are headed south of the border to NCAA programs.
Last year the Terriers had three alumni that played in the NCAA Division 1 College World Series.
This is the only time in history that three Canadians from one program competed in Omaha for college baseball's biggest prize.
Grads are not limited to just the NCAA, as several Terrier alumni are also currently playing at US junior colleges, NAIA universities and in the CCBC. The 2013 class has four players that will land on NJCAA campuses this fall.
Since 2006 over 96% of senior graduating Terriers have gone on to play college baseball.
Congratulations to all the players, parents and coaches for this tremendous accomplishment.