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Seven Terriers Selected to T12
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Congratulations to Matt Brown,  Campbell Ellis, Elijha Hammill, Connor O'Halloran, Dante Wright, Tyson Gomm and Austin Gomm who were all selected to compete at the 7th annual Tournament 12 event at Rogers Centre September 17-21. 


Hundreds of players from across the country attended selection camps, so this is an outstanding accomplishment for these seven Terriers.

 

Matt, Campbell and Connor are pitchers while Elijha and Austin are middle infielders. Tyson is a catcher. Dante primarily plays third base.

 

Elijha, Austin and Connor are currently in Australia with Canada's Junior National Team.

 Connor has committed to Michigan, who got to the NCAA D1 College World Series final ‎this past year.

Campbell is a slick lefty that has committed to NCAA D1 Virginia‎ Commonwealth University. 

Matt is a very physical hard throwing RHP while Tyson possesses a strong arm from behind the plate. He hits with power from the left side. 

Dante also swings left, hits for power and average and has a plus arm from the left side of the diamond.

 

T12 is a national amateur baseball tournament held at Rogers Centre each September hosted by the Blue Jays Baseball Academy and Tournament Commissioner, Roberto Alomar.  

 

2019 will mark a new format for Tournament 12 in which tournament rosters will no longer be based on regional teams, but the best 150 players in Canada, divided appropriately among all six teams.

On the fifth day, a home run derby will take place along with a T12 all-star game featuring the top prospects and performers from the tournament.  

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