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Major Coaching Announcement... Joe Iannuzzi Joins Terriers Next Season
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, June 9, 2016
The Terriers are pleased to announce that ‎Joe Iannuzzi has accepted the position of 16u Manager for the 2016-17 baseball cycle. Joe will be at the helm when the fall season begins this September. We welcome him to the program. Joe has a rich baseball resume that took him around the world. It dates back to his days as player with Team Canada along with a stellar NCAA career ‎with Northwest Missouri State University.

‎He was a member of the Canadian National Team from 1989 through 1991 where he competed at the World Championships, Pan Am Games, Intercontinental Cup and the Goodwill Games. Joe continues to hold multiple season and career NCAA school records including stolen bases, most triples and highest fielding percentage. Back home he was a member of Team Ontario's gold medal winning effort at the Canada Summer Games in 1989. He wrapped up his playing career in the IBL where he bagged a championship with the Kitchener Panthers. Joe's 17 year coaching career has garnered five Ontario Championship teams along with several other tournament wins and accolades. He was mentored as an instructor for 10 years under Canadian Baseball legend Jim Ridley. Welcome aboard Joe!
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