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May 23, 2018 | Dan Thompson | 402 views
Terriers Announce Field Managers For Next Cycle
With an entire summer of great baseball ahead, Terriers Fall Ball is just around the corner, and it will mark the beginning‎ of our 2018/19 baseball cycle. The 16u, 17u and 18u Terriers will begin their fall slate in August while the new freshman 15u Terriers will kick off play in early September.

All teams will wrap up the cycle with the PBLO playoffs at the end of July 2019. The Terriers organization is proud to announce it's Field Managers for 2018/19. Dean Dicenzo will return as 18u Manager. Dean has 30 years of coaching experience under his belt . He also had an outstanding playing career in the IBL where he was named to the All-Star team on three occasions. Dean has managed several Ontario Championship teams and won a National Championship in 2006. He does a tremendous job preparing his players for the next level. Greg O'Halloran will move from 16u Manager to 17u Manager. Greg played in the Big Leagues in the mid 90's, represented Canada at the Seoul Olympics‎, played for our Junior National team and has coached at the WBC and T12. He has instructed countless players that have gone on to play college and professional baseball. Current 15u Manager Ryan Pollard will move to 16u for the 2018/19 cycle. ‎Ryan began his college playing career at Monroe CC then transferred to Graceland University. His accolades include Team Captain, 1st Team All -Conference and 1st Team All-Region. He was also the Head Infield Instructor at Ontario Youth Baseball Camps from 1995- 2005. Terriers Director of Player Development and Co-Owner of The Baseball Zone Rick Johnston will head up the 15u team beginning in September 2018. Rick played internationally as a member of Team Canada at the Seoul Olympics, the Pan-Am Games and the InterContinental Cup. Rick Managed our JNT in 1998 and has continued to coach with the National team for the past 20 years. ‎He was named Canadian Coach of the Year in 2005 and also guided Team Ontario to the Gold Medal at the Canada Summer Games that year. He too has instructed countless players that have gone on to compete and the college and professional level. Here's to another outstanding year of Terriers baseball, where the players will be part of the best developmental program for student athletes in Ontario.