Nolan Gallo Commits To Powerhouse Nccc, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Nolan Gallo Commits To Powerhouse Nccc
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Terriers speedy center-fielder Nolan Gallo ‎will be off to Niagara County Community College in August to continue his education and his baseball career. Nolan committed to the NJCAA 2017 World Series finalist Thunder Wolves this past week. Congratulations to the Gallo family. Nolan takes excellent routes in the outfield. He cuts balls off in the gaps and rarely has a ball go over his head. He has a loose, accurate arm that will play at the college level.

On the offensive side, Nolan is a line drive hitter and a threat to steal every time he reaches base. The Thunder Wolves open their season in March with 13 games in Florida. From there they head back north to continue their schedule in New York state in hopes of returning to the World Series in 2018. Last year the T- Wolves had a staggering 47-10 (.825) record‎, losing only once at home. The Terriers organization would like to thank Head Coach Matt Clingersmith for his ongoing support of our program. Nolan will be studying Sport Sciences at NCCC. Best of luck Nolan.
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