Brandon Job Off To Ecc Next Fall, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Brandon Job Off To Ecc Next Fall
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, November 9, 2016
The Terriers organization would like to congratulate Brandon Job and his family on his recent commitment to continue his education and baseball career at Erie Community College. ‎Brandon will wrap up his four years with the Terriers next summer, before landing on campus in August. Founded in 1946, ECC is part of the 64-campus State University of New York system and serves Erie County and the surrounding communities of Western New York.

The main campus and baseball field is located in Williamsville. The Erie Kats have posted 23 consecutive winning seasons and have advanced to the NJCAA Region 3 championship game in 10 of the past 18 years. Brandon possesses solid defensive skills at first base and is an outstanding left handed hitter. He hits for average and rarely strikes out. His plate coverage is excellent and he is tough to defend with power to both gaps. Job will have a great college career at the plate. In 2014 Brandon competed at the Ontario Summer Games for the York-Simcoe Baseball Association and was also named MVP of Maple High School's baseball team last year. He will be studying Liberal Arts at Erie Community College.
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