September 26, 2017
Nicholas Tedesco – Baseball Recruiting
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Interview on Verizon Fios 1 for the League of YES 12/11/16 with NYIT Baseball

Nick Tedesco Interviewed on Verizon Fios 1 for the League of YES 12/11/16 with NYIT Baseball

New Balance
Game Changer Award
Congratulations to Nick Tedesco

The New Balance Game Changer Award Winning Video

Congratulations to the Game Changer!

Hofstra University
Division I Baseball Bio

Nick Tedesco’s Hofstra University Division I Baseball Bio

Baseball Player Magazine
Baseball Player Magazine
Top 100 Scouting Report

Nick Tedesco Baseball Player Magazine Top 100 Scouting Report PDF

Contact Information
HOME NUMBER
631-585-5398
CELL NUMBER
631-877-4305
EMAIL
NickTedescohits@aol.com

YOU TUBE CHANNEL
Nick Tedesco You Tube Channel

LinkedIn
Nick Tedesco LinkedIn Account
Overview
Hello, my name is Nick Tedesco. I attend just finished my first year at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY. I am 6’1” tall, weigh 220lbs, bat & throw right handed. I was a member of the 2016 Hofstra University Division I Baseball team where I was redshirted as a freshman. I played High School Baseball for Sachem East High School in Farmingville, NY and batted .450 as a senior. I am also a member of Hanks Yanks travel baseball team sponsored by Hank Steinbrenner of the New York Yankees. Please click on the website links to view my resume and baseball accomplishments.

Mission Statement
I am a very serious baseball player who wants to play college baseball. My mission is to find the right college baseball program for me, one that will allow me to compete at the highest level instilling discipline, teamwork, sportsmanship, honesty and integrity. I respect the game of baseball, work hard, and play hard. This web site was created to show those aspects of my game so that college coaches can make an honest assessment of my talent and contact me if they are interested.

Philosophy Statement
I have dedicated myself to the game of baseball and I focus on consistent hard work, striving to become a better ballplayer. I believe in being a leader on and off the field by pushing my teammates to be better, picking them up when they are down, and always believing in myself. Character is revealed in times of adversity and baseball provides that adversity. I work hard in the classroom to maintain a mid 90’s average and I am a member of the National Honor Society. I also believe it is important to give back to the community and to others who are less fortunate, which is why I participate in numerous community service events every year.