Andrius Jurenas Will Suit up for the Cleary University Cougars, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Andrius Jurenas Will Suit up for the Cleary University Cougars
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, March 11, 2021
Andrius has been a loyal Terrier for the past four years. His path through the program has taken him to our 18u team where his versatility has allowed him to pitch and play the outfield.  

His 6'3" athletic  frame is an intimidating force both off the mound and in the box. He is also an excellent runner and solid team mate.

This past season Andrius dropped several home runs which earned him a spot in the CPBL All-Star Game.  In high school sports he ranked in the top eight in Ontario in both discus and hurdles.

  

Founded in 1883,  Cleary University is a private business university.  The Cougars compete in the NAIA's Wolverine- Hoosier Athletic Conference.  Conference games are played in Michigan and Indiana but the Cougars also travel to play games in Kentucky, Georgia and Ohio.

 

Andrius will study business at Cleary University.


Best of luck and continued success Andrius!

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