2018 College Baseball Season Kicks Off!, News (Terriers Baseball)

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2018 College Baseball Season Kicks Off!
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, February 13, 2018
The 2018 College Baseball season begins next week. Over the next couple of months we will print weekly recaps ‎on this website with updates on Terrier alumni competing at all levels of college baseball. Canisius Golden Griffs SR and Terrier alumnus Liam Wilson garnered early honors being named to the Preseason All- MAAC Team. The award is voted on by the league's 11 head coaches. Liam lead the Griffs in average and hits a season ago.

He finished with a .343 batting average, 74 hits and 38 RBI. The Ayr Ontario ‎native posted two separate nine- game hitting streaks while reaching base safely in 50 of 56 games. Liam earned a scholarship to NJCAA D1 Northeastern College in Colorado during his SR year with the Terriers. After an outstanding two year career at junior college he transferred to Canisius for his junior and senior years. Best of luck to all Terrier alumni this year!
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