Eagles Spotlight On – Brandon Terrizzi

Brandon Terrizzi

Brandon Terrizzi

We are thrilled to send congratulations to former Eagles Baseball pitcher Brandon Terrizzi on being named Rookie Pitcher of the Week by the New Jersey Athletic Conference for his part an an 18-4 Rutgers-Newark opening-week win over Penn State-Abington on February 19.

Making his first collegiate appearance, Terrizzi threw a scoreless inning of relief for the Scarlet Knights without surrendering a hit while striking out a pair to close out the victory.

Brandon Terrizzi Hawthorne High School

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A graduate of Hawthorne High School, Terrizzi was a strikeout machine for the Bears, at one point punching out 22 batters in just 18.2 innings as a senior, including 10 in a 7-inning complete-game win over Garfield.

He was named second team All-County and second team All-Conference while compiling a 6-1 record in his junior year of high school.

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Ryan Remo Makes Eagles History

By Dominick Savino
North Jersey Eagles Media Staff

North Jersey Eagles pitcher Ryan Remo has spent nearly his entire baseball life in the Professional Baseball Instruction organization.

With his dad Jeff Remo installed as one of the longest-serving PBI youth instructors, Remo drew attention from numerous Division I programs as an ace on the baseball school’s 17U North Jersey Eagles summer showcase team.

Ryan RemoThe younger Remo also spent countless hours training and throwing at the PBI indoor facilities under the watchful eye of his father, who doubled as his son’s head coach at Mahwah High School, and Doug Cinnella, PBI’s founder and Remo’s high school pitching coach.

And now, after wrapping up his freshman year as a right-handed pitcher at Fordham University, Remo is playing with the “big-time” North Jersey Eagles club in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League.

The Mahwah native was unhittable July 9 at Overpeck Park, blanking the Lehigh Valley Catz 6-0 in the nightcap of a doubleheader to record the seven-inning no-hitter.

The feat is the first no-no in Remo’s collegiate career and marks the first in the Eagles’ eight-year history.