Time to Sign Sports Continues Active Signing Season as Four Student-Athletes Announce Where They Will Play Next Year -- Two student-athletes on their way to schools in Connecticut - Nick Grasso heading to Post and Aaron Macchia on his way to Albertus Magnus. And two gifted players both commit their intentions to go to Franklin Pierce. --
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, November 30, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Nick Grasso is a hard nose catcher from New Jersey. "Post just got a gritty guy who leaves it all on the field," says Berg Ohanian, one of Time to Sign Sports' co-founders. Nick worked hard all summer long and impressed the coaches at Post with his toughness. "Nick looks to be a significant contributor to Post as a Freshman. What a great pick up for the school," says Gary Cohn the company's other co-founder.
The Wildcats of Albertus Magnus are thrilled to have Aaron Macchia (from upstate New York) commit to bring his game to New Haven. According to Ohanian, "Aaron is a quiet kid who lets his game do the talking." Albertus Magnus gets a kid with tools and a head for the game. "One of the most coachable kids to come through Time to Sign Sports, Coach Leighton will really enjoy working with Aaron," adds Cohn.
Franklin Pierce lands two middle infielders in Andrew Mullen (from New Jersey) and Jonathan Tengalia (New York). In Mullen, the school gets a middle infielder that can make things happen from the left side of the plate. "Andrew's bat control and short to the ball swing will be a great addition to the top of the lineup for Franklin Pierce," says Ohanian. With Tengalia, the school gets a gifted athlete that can play both the middle infield and the outfield. Adds Cohn, "Tenaglia really provides a solid ball player and complete athlete for Franklin Pierce."
Everyone at Time to Sign Sports is thrilled for all four of these student-athletes.
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