Dreyden Sloat Commits To Barstow College In California, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Dreyden Sloat Commits To Barstow College In California
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, February 1, 2017
The Terriers organization would like to congratulate first baseman Dreyden Sloat and his family on his recent commitment to Barstow College. Dreyden had multiple offers from several NJCAA colleges but this week he decided that continuing his education and his baseball career in California would be the best fit for him. He will be studying Associates in Science in Administration of Justice for Tranfer at Barstow.

Barstow College is in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, Southern California and is home to 5,000 students. The Vikings very competitive schedule takes them ‎to places like San Diego, Long Beach and Bakersfield. Over the past two years fourteen Viking alumni transferred to four year university programs. Dreyden is a physical left handed hitter with power to all fields. He has been with the Terriers for two years and has been a force in the middle of the lineup. In addition to the Terriers schedule ,last year Dreyden also competed at the JR Sunbelt in Oklahoma and represented Ontario at the Canada Cup National Championship in Alberta. We wish Dreyden the best of luck with all his future endeavors on and ‎off the field.
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