Red Lion High School graduate C.J. Czerwinski makes memorable college baseball debut
- C.J. Czerwinski pitched five shutout innings in his college baseball debut on Sunday.
- Czerwinski is a freshman right-hander for the College of Charleston.
- Czerwinski was the York-Adams League Division I Player of the Year in 2019.
Red Lion High School graduate C.J. Czerwinski made a memorable college baseball debut on Sunday.
The freshman right-hander got the start on the mound for the College of Charleston and delivered five shutout innings against the University of Maryland.
The NCAA Division I game was played at Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
The 5-foot, 11-inch, 185-pound Czerwinski allowed just three hits, while striking out two without allowing a walk in a no-decision.
Charleston would go on to lose the game, 4-2, to drop to 2-1 on the season. Maryland is 3-0.
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Czerwinski was the York-Adams League Division I Player of the Year in 2019.
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