Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Schultz named to Big South All-Conference second team


Jaime Schultz, a former tri-sport star at Maple Hill High School, was named to the Big South Conference second team All-Conference team after his freshman baseball season at High Point University in North Carolina.

Here was the blurb from High Point's press release:

Schultz, a freshman from Castleton, N.Y., posted a 5-0 record with a team-high 65 strikeouts to earn second-team All-Conference honors. Schultz started the year as a reliever, but moved in to the starting rotation during conference play, posting a 2.70 ERA against Big South opponents. Four of his five wins have come in league play, with victories over Liberty, UNC Asheville, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian. He has had a career-high eight strikeouts in each of his last two starts, a win at Presbyterian and a no-decision at Charleston Southern.

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