We are proud to announce 3 new instructors!
Ronnie Glenn -
Ronnie Glenn grew up in Boynton Beach, Flori. As a four-year starter in high school, he earned All-County, All-Conference, All-Area and All-State recognition for both pitching and hitting and was named to Rawling's Preseason All-American and All-Region Teams.
Glenn played four years of Division 1 baseball at the University of Pennsylvania in the Ivy League Conference. During his time with the Quakers, he was a two-time All-Ivy honorable mention and was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writer's Association "Mid-Season Stopper of the Year Watch List". Glenn also received multiple academic awards during his four years and received National recognition for being a Finalists for the 2015 Lowe’s Senior Baseball CLASS Award, as well as the 2015 TD Ameritrade College Fan's Choice Award, and the 2014 Coach Wooden Citizenship Award, which recognized college athletes for their community service, character, leadership, and academic achievements.
During his collegiate summer league experiences, Glenn received All Star nominations in the Cal Ripken Jr. League for the Alexandria Aces in both 2012 and 2013. He was invited to play for the Harwich Mariners in the Cape Cod Baseball League in 2014.
Drafted in the 22nd Round of the 2015 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Glenn went on to play a short season for the Orem Owlz in the Pioneer League and two full seasons in the Midwest League for the Burlington Bees. Glenn was recognized by the Angels organization for earning the Iron Angel Award in both 2015 and 2016, making him the only player in Angel's history to earn this recognition in multiple years.
Glenn has been giving personal lessons for over four years, has organized and managed his own pitching camps, coached in a variety of recruiting and instructional camps while both in amateur and professional baseball. Glenn guides all aspects of development including mental skills, goal setting, arm care, strength training, conditioning, as well as mentoring young athletes in pursuing their dreams with confidence and growing as good men.Juliana Romeo -
Freshman outfielder from Greenville, R.I. … 2016 graduate of Smithfield High School … bats right and throws right … is majoring in accounting … Before Bentley: earned second-team All-State honors as a junior and senior … team captain in both tennis and basketball at Smithfield … Personal: daughter of Michael and Roxane Romeo … has two siblings, Isabella (20) and Valentine (14).
Moriah Connolly -
• 2x Patriot League All-Conference First Team (2015, 17)
• 2x Patriot League All-Conference Second Team (2014, 16)
• 2x Patriot League All-Tournament Team (2016, 17)
• 3x Patriot League All-Academic Team (2015, 16, 17)
• 2x Patriot League Player of the Week (2/25/14, 3/7/17)
• 3x Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2015, 16, 17)
AS A SENIOR IN 2017
One of four Terriers to start in all 52 contests ... Ended collegiate career as one of the program and Patriot League's top lead-off hitters ... Finished with the PL career record for stolen bases at 116, which ranks second all-time at BU ... Her 51 runs this season are the second most at BU and third most in the PL record book ... Her 225 hits mark the fifth-most ever for the Terriers, and her .344 career batting average ranks sixth ... Batted .339 on the season, second on the team and seventh in the PL, with 61 hits, five doubles, seven RBIs and both a PL and BU-record 41 stolen bases en route to her fourth All-Conference award and second All-PL First Team honor ... Posted 16 multi-hit performances ... Tied a personal best with four hits in six at-bats at Lafayette (April 22) ... Tallied three stolen bases against Bethune-Cookman (Feb. 11) and at Lehigh (March 26) while going 3-of-4 with two runs scored ... Scored four runs behind three hits and a walk against San Diego State (March 10) while tallying two stolen bases ... Scored a combined six runs off six hits while adding three stolen bases to help BU reach the PL championship round for the third time in four years ... Named to the All-Tournament Team for her efforts ... Earned her third PL Academic Honor Roll award after posting a 3.20 GPA.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2016
One of four Terriers to start in all 52 contests ... Led team in stolen bases (28 on 32 attempts) and finished third in batting average (.355) while earning a spot on the All-Patriot League Second Team ... Finished season with 13 RBIs, 32 runs and 65 hits, including five doubles ... Her average of 0.54 stolen bases per game led the PL and was 43rd in the nation ... Named to Patriot League All-Tournament Team after hitting team-best .500 with three runs and three RBIs to help Terriers claim league crown ... Recorded 17 multi-hit games and put together an 11-game hitting streak that came to an end in the NCAA tournament ... Reached base in 17 straight game from March 4-30 ... Went 4-of-4 in a 9-1 win at Bryant on April 20 ... Had three three-hit games, including the PL Tournament opener vs. Army (May 12) and the NCAA opener at Louisiana Lafayette (May 20) ... Registered two RBIs in PL Tournament win over Lehigh (May 13) and Michigan State (Feb. 27) ... Named to the PL Academic Honor Roll for posting a GPA above 3.20.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015
Started all 44 games in the outfield ... Placed 13th in the Patriot League in batting average at .353 to earn All-Conference First Team honors ... Finished fourth in the PL and 45th nationally averaging 0.45 stolen bases per game ... Went 23-of-24 in attempts and earned two stolen bases in seven games ... Also ranked fifth in runs scored at 23 ... Added nine RBIs from the lead-off spot ... Batted a team-high .407 during conference games ... Posted 14 multi-hit games and two multi-RBI games ... Opened season with a 2-of-3 performance and two runs against then-No. 3 Oklahoma ... Scored two more runs on the same day against then-No. 15 Washington off a hit and walk ... Later went 2-of-2 with two runs scored in the 4-3 win over Iowa State ... Had a perfect 4-of-4 performance with three runs scored against Army West Point ... Led BU to a 6-2 win at Harvard by going 3-of-4 with two runs scored and an RBI ... Had two RBIs against both Quinnipiac and Holy Cross ... Had a season-high nine-game hit streak and ended the year reaching on base successfully in the final 15 games ... amed to the PL Academic Honor Roll for posting a GPA above 3.20.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014
Finished 14th in the Patriot League in batting average at .327 to receive All-Conference Second Team honors ... Ranked third in the PL and 65th nationally averaging 0.42 stolen bases per game ... Went 24-of-26 in attempts ... Tied for first and 14th nationally in triples with five ... Finished third on team with 36 runs scored ... Added 12 RBIs with a .384 on-base percentage ... Posted 13 multi-hit games and three multi-RBI performances ... Started season at third base before moving to the outfield in March ... Went 3-of-5 with three runs scored in an 11-4 win over Michigan State ... Scored three runs in four other games ... Hit an inside-the-park home run against Bucknell in the opening round of the PL tournament ... Finished 2-of-2 with a walk and three runs scored ... Went 2-of-4 with an RBI and run scored in the title victory against the Bison ... Swiped a season-high three bags at Holy Cross ... Limited to 1-of-9 in the NCAA Regional with a hit against Louisville.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Had a stellar senior season at Palm Harbor, earning All-Suncoast Player of the Year honors as a third baseman... Batted .535, scored 49 runs and stole 51 bases, six shy of the Pinellas County record ... Selected to participate in the FACA Softball Classic ... Earned All-County honors as a freshman third baseman ... Claimed the same award in center field as a sophomore ... Helped the Clearwater Lady Bombers 18U club win the NFCA championship ... A district champion in the 100-meter hurdles and 100m sprints .... Also played basketball ... Member of the Spanish Honor Society.
Born July 11, 1995 in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Daughter Lara Connolly and Joseph Boldiga ... Has two younger siblings, Makenzie and Maddex ... Enrolled in the Questrom School of Business, majoring in business administration and management.