UCSD baseball teams up with TERI

The UCSD Triton baseball team recently hosted a game for youngsters from TERI, the Training Education & Research Institute.

TERI aims is “to improve the quality of life for children and adults with developmental and learning disabilities … serving individuals who have needs which cannot be met by other existing programs,” according to its website.

“The partnership between the UCSD Triton baseball team and TERI is so special. As kids, we dream of walking onto a professional baseball field and this is such a thrill for the TERI team to be able to play with the Tritons,” Cheryl Kilmer, TERI CEO and founder, said. ‘Coach Dan O’Brien is so value-driven and this is evident in the UCSD players.”

O’Brien said the experience with the TERI group “ is one of our favorite days of the year. While we love playing baseball, it’s the life skills that our kids learn in this program that matter the most. They’re recognizing how lucky they are to be doing what they’re doing, and get to provide incredible service to the community and the TERI organization.”

Triton Baseball Player and TERI Client Chris Creek Photo: Courtesy photo

Triton Baseball Player Aaron Campbell and TERI Client Art Wolfson. Courtesy Photo

Triton baseball team head coach Dan O'Brien and TERI Client Gilbert Solis. Courtesy photo

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Posted by Phil Dailey on Feb 18, 2011. Filed under Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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