100% Of Terriers 18U Graduating Class Off To College, News (Terriers Baseball)

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100% Of Terriers 18U Graduating Class Off To College
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, July 27, 2015
Congratulations to our 18u graduating class, Manager Scott Vandevalk, coaches Dean Dicenzo, Ed Heather and Matt Stocco.

Every 2015 graduating player will be off to a US university or college in the coming weeks to further pursue their respective academic and baseball endeavours. Highlights from the year included a 7-1 record in Florida vs US college competition, an undefeated (22-0) run in the spring league, a win at the World Series over one of America's powerhouses, the East Cobb Astros and then the SRs closed out the summer tournament schedule with a perfect 6-0 championship victory at the Great Lakes Super Select in Erie PA. The Terriers organization would like to thank the players for their hard work, commitment and admirable behavior over the past few years. ‎Konar Smith- Gannon University Sharan Rasan- Culver Stockton University Daito Kojima- Macomb College Jake Foden- Allegany College of Maryland Grant Okawa- UMass Amherst Shane Clarke- Missouri Valley College Zarley Cina- Niagara County CC Drew Dickerson- Macomb College Jacob Sims- Roane State College Robert Wilson- Niagara University ‎Tyler Valiquette- Monroe College Kyle Scobel- NE Colorado College Tyler Riehl- Monroe College Christian Lazar- University of Sioux Falls Nathan Lewko- Northwoods University Duncan Jakubowski- University of Sioux Falls Matt Vollmer - St. Francis University Joey Moher - North Lake College Willie Hotta- 2016 grad SamTurcotte- 2016, committed to St‎ony Brook U Joe Tevlin- 2016, committed to Niagara University Elliott Curtis- 2016, committed to Middle Tenn St
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