Wethersfield senior Noah Terzo with WHS baseball coach Mark Bagdasarian on his left and mom, Valerie Smith, to his right. Terzo has committed to play baseball at Keene State College
Noah Terzo, a senior at Wethersfield High School, will continue his baseball journey at Keene State College in New Hampshire next fall.
“I am excited to announce that I’ve made the commitment to continue my athletic and academic careers at Keene State College playing for the Keene State Owls. I’d like to thank all of my coaches, teammates, and most importantly my mom who has been the most supportive baseball mom I could ever hope for. I can’t wait to start this next chapter,” Terzo stated.
Terzo is a two-year member of the Eagles baseball program and also earned varsity letters while at Newington High School. He began his career in the Newington Little League system and has been a member of the Connecticut Capitals the past two years.
Terzo said the best part about playing baseball at WHS is how close the team is, adding, “We’re family who have each other’s backs every second on and off that field. Those are my brothers.”
He’ll be back on the hill this spring as part of the Eagles talented rotation. He says wants to stay consistent and would like to see the Eagles, “make it to states and make a good run, and hopefully bring home the championship.”
Off the field, Terzo was part of WHS Choralaires and outside of WHS he works as a little league umpire during the spring.
At Keene, he plans to pitch and play outfield for an Owls team led by head coach Justin Blood, who is entering his first season with the program after serving as the head coach at the University of Hartford for the past decade.
Terzo said that Blood, along with the scenic and amazing campus, were the major factors in choosing Keene, saying “To get the chance to play for him in a re-building program was a great opportunity in itself.”
In New Hampshire, he plans on majoring in kinesiology as he embraces the challenges of collegiate baseball.
“The most exciting thing about playing at the next level is the competition,” stated Terzo. “It takes a lot of work and talent to play college baseball. So many of the other teams will be filled with some really good, tough competition and that’s something I love about sports, the competitive side.”
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