Big Ben Abram Is Big 12 Bound, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Big Ben Abram Is Big 12 Bound
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, June 27, 2016
Terriers RHP Ben Abram committed to the Oklahoma Sooners today.

Congratulations to the Abram family. Ben is just sixteen years old but is a roster player on the Terriers 18u team. He is also a member of Canada's Junior National Team. The Sooners compete in the powerhouse BIG 12 Conference with in state rivals the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the likes of the Texas Longhorns, Baylor Bears, Kansas Jayhawks and the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The University of Oklahoma was founded in 1890 and is located in Norman OK. It is home to 31,000 students and 19 NCAA D1 sports. Baseball is a rich tradition at OU. They played their first game in 1898 and have an all time record of 2,476- 1,420. The Sooners have 36 NCAA post season appearances and 10 College World Series appearances, coming away with the title twice. Ben is a multi sport athlete. In addition to baseball he also plays volleyball and basketball. ‎He was named Impact Volleyball Player of the Year and recently at a basketball tournament in Syracuse he was honored with being named to the All Tournament Team. Last September Ben pitched in the T12 at Rogers Center and was named an All- Star. He has also garnered the Athlete of the Year Award twice in high school. The entire Terrier organization is very proud of all of Ben's accomplishments and we wish him the best of luck with his future endeavors on and off the field.
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