Sunday, February 24, 2013

College Switch Pitchers by Division

Ambidextrous Pitchers Listed by College Division 
This list includes high school ambidextrous pitchers who signed a letter of intent to play college baseball. A couple of switch pitchers -- who had college scholarship offers -- landed up signing a pro contract, so they did not play in college.


Division I

Binghamton University, Bearcats - Thornwood, New York
Alex Adami
Iona Prep HS, 2008

Clemson University, Tigers - Clemson, SC

Tyler Lumsden, Cave Spring HS, Roanoke, Virginia
Drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 1st round

Creighton University, Blue Jays - Omaha, Nebraska
Alex Trautner, Class of 2018
Pat Venditte Jr., 2008
Drafted by the NY Yankees in 2008
Playing in the minor league

Harvard University, Crimson - Cambridge, MA
Matt Brunnig, Class of 2006
Jamie Irving, Class of 1993

Oregon State University, Beavers - Corvallis, OR
Drew Vettleson
Signed Letter of Intent for 2010-11 (did not play in college)
Drafted by the Rays in 2010
Playing in the minor league

Rider University, Broncos - Lawrenceville, NJ
Rich Brady, Holy Ghost Prep 1993

UCLA, Bruins - Los Angeles, CA

Mitchell Beacom, University City HS, San Diego
LHP for UCLA, drafted by SF Giants in 2011

UNC Asheville, Bulldogs - Asheville, North Carolina
David Ricker2009-2011

University of Albany,  Great Danes - Albany, NY
D.J. HoagboonMayfield Central School, Class of 2010
Catcher and ambidextrous pitcher in HS; Catcher in college

University of Oregon, Ducks - Eugene, OR
Andrew Pullin
Signed Letter of Intent for 2012-13 (did not play in college)
Drafted by the Phillies in 2012
Playing in the minor league

Vanderbilt University, Commodores - Nashville, TN
Aubrey McCartyCoquitt County High School, Moultrie, GA
Signed Letter of Intent with Vanderbilt for 2013-14
Drafted by the SF Giants in 2013

University of Virginia, Cavaliers - Vienna , Virginia
Keith Werman, Oakton High School, Vienna, Virginia
Signed to play minor league ball for the Mariners in 2012

Division II

Minnesota State University, (Division II) - Mankato, MN
Josh Hoekstra,
 DC Everest Evergreens HS (2009) 

St. Leo College, (Division II) - St. Leo, Florida
Todd Cason, 1990

Division III

University of Puget Sound; Pacific Lutheran University

Tony Polis, Mark Morris HS 2007, Longview, Washington
Baseball and basketball player in college. 


Cumberland University, (NAIA) - Lebanon, TN
Peter Taraskevich, Class of 2010

Judson University, Eagles, (NAIA) - Elgin, IL

Ryan Perez, 2012-13  RHP/LHP

Brescia University,  Bearcats (NAIA), Owensboro, KY
Dalton Mellott, 2013  RHP/MIF

Community College

Orange Coast College - Costa Mesa, CA
Bijan Rademacher, 2012
Drafted by the Cubs in 2012

Temple College - Temple, TX
Brandon Berdoll, 2003

Drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 2003


National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

NCAA - Division I

NCAA - Division II

NCAA - Division III


NCAA Division I Baseball -- Iterative Strength Ratings 2013
Find out what colleges have the hardest schedules. 
The Pac-12 tops the list.

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