Multi-Sport Athlete, Drew Dickerson Off To Macomb, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Multi-Sport Athlete, Drew Dickerson Off To Macomb
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, November 20, 2014
Terriers infielder Drew Dickerson plays high school basketball, badminton, ultimate frisbee, floor ball and hockey. This past week he committed to Macomb College in Michigan to play college baseball. Drew impressed the Monarchs coaching staff during the Terriers visit to campus this past September. Congratulations to Drew and his family on this most recent accomplishment. Drew was the SR Terriers most versatile infielder ‎this past season.

He played 3B, 2B, SS and also pitched in a pinch. He has smooth hands, an accurate arm and consistently makes plays regardless of where the Skipper puts him. Dickerson also gets the job done with the bat as a staple in the heart of the Terriers batting order. During his high school career Drew captained the floor ball and baseball teams. He was also nominated for SR Athlete of the Year as a grade 11. In the past he was a team member of OMHA championship hockey teams‎ and OBA championship baseball teams. He also competed at the Junior Sunbelt Tournament in Oklahoma last year. ‎Macomb is in the top two percent nationally for associate degrees granted. They offer about 200 degree and certificate programs, providing learning experiences to more than 48,000 students annually. The Monarchs have sent over 50 former players on to four year university programs. Drew hopes to continue‎ that trend as a student-athlete. He will be studying Business at Macomb.
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