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Terrier Alum Ben Abram Garners Most 1st Place Votes - CBN Poll
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, December 10, 2020
Every fall the Canadian Baseball Network names an All-Canadian College Team. It is comprised of the best players who's teams play the majority of their schedules south of the border.

This year is the 22nd version of the CBN All-Canadian Team. 

Congratulations to Terrier alumni, RHP Ben Abram of the Oklahoma Sooners who lead the way with 23 first place votes on the CBN Second Team.

After making the Big 12 All-Freshman Team in 2019 (15 games, 13 starts) Ben worked mostly out of the bullpen last spring. He had 52 strikeouts in 63 2/3 innings.

In his time with the Terriers Ben played one season at 16u then was promoted to our 18u team. He did not lose a game on the mound in his Terrier career and was a key roster player in several tournament championships.

 

In the past decade there have been 35 Terrier alumni that have garnered CBN poll honours. They include:

LHP Christian Lazar, Sioux Falls, C Joe Tevlin, Niagara, 1B Kyle MacDonald, Crowder/Arkansas State, INF Elliott Curtis, Kentucky/ Columbia State, 3B Drew Dickerson, Youngstown State, INF Grant Okawa, Jamestown, INF Ryan O'Halloran, Orange Coast, OF Jack Omstead, DePaux, 3B Liam Wilson, Canisius, C Jake Sims, Roane State, ‎OF Toby Handley, Stony Brook,OF Zarley Cina, Niagara County, C Zach Sardellitti, Davenport, 1B Bruce Yari, UBC, LHP Shane Davis, Canisius, RHP Matt Beaton, Eastern Michigan, RHP Travis Laitar, Cortland, 3B Mattingly Romanin, Chicago State, RHP Cal Quantrill, Stanford, 1B Simon Clarke, Odessa, SS Cole Peragine, Stony Brook, OF Brian Doran, Maine, 3B David Head, Northeastern, OF Jordan Mountford, Bryant, C Tyler Patzalek, Maine, OF Tanner Nivins, Stony Brook, RHP Jas Rakkar, Stony Brook, RHP Billy Martin, Canisius, LHP Nathan Linseman, Canisius, 1B Brian Burton, Canisius, SS Chad Marshall, Stony Brook, OF Chandler McLaren, Douglas, 1B Kevin Nickel, UBC and DH Ian Choy, Canisius.

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