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Terriers Baseball... 2019 Highlights
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, December 20, 2019
It was another banner year for the Terriers Baseball Program. Here is a look at some highlights and accomplishments from 2019.

In April Terrier alumni Cal Quantrill made his MLB debut in Atlanta. Cal ended up pitching 103 innings for the Padres this past season.

Two Terrier alumni were selected at the MLB June Draft. 
Kyle MacDonald - NY Yankees
Trevor Brigden - Tampa Bay Ray.

When the PBLO regular season wrapped up at the end of June, the Terriers came away with first place finishes in all age divisions.

The 16u Terriers got the July tournament schedule off to a great ‎start with a championship at the Hoosier Classic in Ft Wayne, IN. 
The 18u Terriers followed that up with back-to-back titles in Nashville and in Cleveland at the CABA World Series. 
The 17u Terriers put a bow on the summer by winning the 18u PBLO playoff championship in Windsor.

The John Jepson Awards were handed out in August. 
Brayden Makowich, Evan Farrell, Liam Carey and Zach Marriott were honored for their generosity of spirit, sportsmanship, dedication to improvement and achievement and for being great teammates. 

In September, these seven Terriers were selected to compete at the annual T12 Tournament at Rogers Centre. 
Matt Brown, Campbell Ellis, Elijha Hamill, Connor O'Halloran, Dante Wright, Tyson Gomm and Austin Gomm.

Tyson was named Tournament MVP. He will also join the Junior National Team in March for Spring Training. 

At the end of the month Connor O'Halloran, Austin Gomm and Elijha Hamill all donned the Maple Leaf in Korea‎ to represent Canada at the 18u World Championships.
Austin was named All World Shortstop at the event.

‎This past year the following Terriers landed on a college campus or committed to pursue their education and baseball careers in the US in 2020/ 2021/ 2022.
Ethan Sansie-Edwards, Brenden ‎McQuinn, Jordan Howse, Dante Wright, Christian Bottero, AJ Karosas, Stephen Phillips, Jacob Mahoney, Sam Worthen, Ben Baker, Campbell Ellis, Jamal Armstrong, Connor Carr-Matthews, Conrad Erasmus, Andrew Haynes, Max Lanoue, Owen MacNeil, Michael Manning, Noah Mitchell, Tyler Offman, Connor O'Halloran, Austin Gomm, Kyle Nash, Matthew Ward. 

This past week the Canadian Baseball Network announced their annual All Canadian US College Awards.
Here are the eleven Terrier alumni that were notable mentions.
Jack Omstead, Zarley Cina, Trevor Brigden, Grant Okawa, Ben Abram, Christian Lazar, Ryan O'Halloran, Joe Tevlin, Kyle MacDonald, Elliott Curtis, Drew Dickerson. 

We look forward to a fantastic campaign in 2020.
Happy New Year!
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