Connor O'halloran Gets The Call From Team Canada, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Connor O'halloran Gets The Call From Team Canada
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Congratulations to the O'Halloran family on their son Connor's recent invite to join our Junior National Team.

Connor is the youngest Terrier ever to be invited to compete with Team Canada. He just turned 16 at the beginning of this month. On top of being an outstanding team mate, Connor's ceiling and pitchability is off the charts. He is a tough competitor with a deceptive left handed delivery. Over the past year he has carved opposing hitters up with his devastating heavy fast ball, an advanced change up and a mix of sharp breaking balls. ‎In 63 innings pitched this season Connor allowed just 12 earned runs. (1.34 ERA) He struck out 109 hitters and had a perfect 11-0 record. In his 35 innings on the mound between June 10th and July 30th he did not allow a run. Connor's first trip with the Junior National Team will be at the end of this month. He will be off to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando Florida. The schedule with Team Canada includes games with Stetson University, the University of Central Florida and professional Fall Instructional Teams from the Pirates and Braves. Best of luck and continued success, Connor.
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