College Round Up..... Week 3, News (Terriers Baseball)

PrintNews Article
College Round Up..... Week 3
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, March 6, 2016
* Despite a four- hit performance by Terrier alumni CF Toby Handley‎ and 11 hits as a squad, the Stony Brook Seawolves fell 5-4 to Bowling Green University in the final game of the Elon Tournament in North Carolina.

Handley led the Seawolves with a season - high four hits, including a pair of doubles. He also scored twice and drove in a run. Toby has now reached base safely in ten straight games this season and twenty straight dating back to the final ten games of 2015. * ‎Catcher/ DH Jacob Sims has helped lead the Roane State Raiders to six consecutive victories in NJCAA D1 action. Sims has racked up 9 hits, 8 runs and 9 RBI during the streak. * Freshman catcher Kyle MacDonald is hitting in the four hole for Crowder College. Kyle has 10 RBI, 2 homers and a. 403 SLG%. * Righty Matt Beaton has made five appearances for the Eastern Michigan Eagles. Opponents are hitting a paltry. 172 off Matt. * Bruce Yari continues to rack up big offensive numbers for the UBC Thunderbirds. Bruce is now 31-69 (.449) with 6 doubles, 2 triples and 3 home runs. He has 17 RBI and a. 573 OB%. * The Maine Black Bears are 3-6 on the season. Speedy outfielder Jake Osborne is hitting. 286 * Shortstop Luke Tevlin had a hit and 2 RBI for the Binghamton Bearcats in their 15-10 victory over VMI on the weekend. * ‎The Canisius Golden Griffins scored six runs through the first six innings and went on to defeat Campbell 7-4. Liam Wilson was 1-3 with a run scored. * Geoff Seto was 2-4 including a double in a Niagara Purple Eagles 5-4 loss to Notre Dame on Sunday.
This article has been viewed 171 times.
Team Sites
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Follow Terriers Baseball on Twitter
- and -
Visit Terriers Baseball on Facebook
- and -
Follow Terriers Baseball on Instagram
Quick Links
Manage Subscriptions
Signup to receive email or text messages for the teams you want to follow.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 03
    The college baseball season kicked off this past week and Terrier alumni Sam Turcotte came out firing bullets off the mound.  The 6'3" RHP took a no hit bid into the eighth inning, retiring the first 21 batters he faced.
  • 18
    A member of the Ontario Terriers, an expansion team for the 2021 season, and one of the younger players at the CPBL All-Star Showcase in September, Cameron Chee-Aloy made his presence in the league known immediately. 
  • 29
    Congratulations to Terriers 18u 3B Ethan Cane who committed to the Jefferson College Cannoneers this past week.  Ethan has been an outstanding Terrier since the age of 15. He has a great attitude, is an excellent teammate and has showed steady ...
  • 19
    In July of 2020 the Terrier Baseball joined the CPBL.  We look forward to what will be highly competitive ‎league play and playoff championships at all levels. Here is a snap shot of what we can look forward to in 2021.  Weather permitting the ...
  • 10
    Every fall the Canadian Baseball Network names an All-Canadian College Team. It is comprised of the best players who's teams play the majority of their schedules south of the border. This year is the 22nd version of the CBN All-Canadian ...
  • 23
    This past week Julian Russell was awarded both academic and athletic scholarships to attend Alderson Broaddus University in West Virginia. Congratulations to Julian and his family.
  • 20
    Congratulations to the Woods family on their son Jordan's recent commitment to the East Tennessee State University‎ Buccaneers ( NCAA D1).  Jordan has been a major cog in the Terriers Baseball pitching rotation for the past three years.
  • 15
    Frontier College has handed out it's second scholarship in a week to a member of the Terriers 18u pitching staff. Congratulations to Andre Wojtarowicz‎ who committed to the Frontier College Bobcats, rounding out a dynamic right left Terriers ...
Printed from on Friday, March 5, 2021 at 5:22 AM