Rasan Commits To Wildcats, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Rasan Commits To Wildcats
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Terriers center fielder Sharan Rasan has accepted a scholarship offer to attend Culver- Stockton College this fall.

Sharan is a tremendous team mate with a strong work ethic. Over the past three seasons all of the Terriers coaching staff has been very impressed by Sharan's commitment and desire to improve his game. He is genuine and has been a pleasure to have been part of the program. From a baseball standpoint, he is a menace of the base paths and defensively does a great job tracking balls in the outfield. His strong arm has cut down several opponent rallies. The Wildcats play in the Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC). Their NAIA schedule takes then through Mississippi, Tennessee, Illinois, Kansas, Iowa and Oklahoma. ‎Last season they posted a 30-28 (.517) record. With a 16-10 conference record, they qualified for the HAAC tournament but eventually fell to Bryan College. Located in Canton Missouri, Culver- Stockton college was founded in 1853‎ and has 160 years of educational experience. It has survived the Civil War and the Great Depression. ‎The 140-acre campus overlooks the Mississippi River and is home to nearly 1000 students who choose from more than 60 majors and minors. Congratulations to Sharan on his scholarship. He will be studying Biochemistry at Culver- Stockton.
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