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34 Artie Lewicki
Artie  Lewicki


Wyckoff, N.J.

High School:
St. Joseph Regional

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 212




Virginia Falls 3-2 to Vanderbilt in the CWS Finals

Cavaliers are the national runners-up for the first time in program history


Virginia Baseball Advances to CWS Finals

Cavaliers defeat Ole Miss 4-1 to advance to finals for first time in program history


Virginia Downs TCU 3-2 in One of Longest Games in CWS History

Daniel Pinero hits sac fly in the bottom of the 15th to give UVa a 3-2 victory


Virginia Walks Off with 2-1 CWS Win over Ole Miss

Mike Papi's double in the bottom of the ninth sends UVa into the winners' bracket


Cavaliers Down Maryland 7-3 to Even Charlottesville Super Regional

Virginia offense records 17 hits in victory


CWS Championship Game (by Matt Riley)

CWS Championship Game (by Matt Riley)


Virginia vs. Vanderbilt- College World Series Game 3

Virginia vs. Vanderbilt- College World Series Game 3


Virginia Baseball: 2014 Season in Photos

Relive all of the excitement by browsing some of the best images from the run to the College World Series.

• Selected by Detroit Tigers in eighth round (250th overall) in 2014 MLB Draft
• Named to College World Series and Charlottesville Regional All-Tournament Teams
• Did not allow an earned run in 23 1/3 innings of NCAA tournament, including 13 innings of the College World Series
• Earned wins in each of UVa's first two CWS victories, working two innings in wins over Ole Miss (6/17) and TCU (6/19)
• Fired six innings of relief and gave up one unearned run in Game 3 of CWS Finals against Vanderbilt (6/25)
• Pitched 3 1/3 innings against Maryland in NCAA super regional to record first career save (6/8)
• Worked seven shutout innings in NCAA regional win over Bucknell (5/30); did not allow runner past second base
• Worked seven shutout innings in win at Wake Forest (5/16, game 2 of DH); first weekend start since May 19, 2012, at Maryland
• Tossed seven innings of shutout, one-hit baseball in win over Liberty (5/7)
• Worked six innings in start at Old Dominion, taking loss despite allowing just two earned runs (4/29)
• Pitched 4 1/3 innings in start at VCU, giving up two earned runs and five hits in UVa's win (4/22)
• Started and pitched five innings of one-hit baseball to earn win over William & Mary (4/16)
• Worked three scoreless innings of relief and struck out five at James Madison (4/8)
• Started and pitched three scoreless innings while on strict pitch count in earning win against George Washington (4/2)
• Missed nearly one month in February and March with oblique injury; returned March 20 against Princeton
• Worked five innings and struck out six batters in midweek start at William & Mary (2/19)

• Made two Wednesday starts, pitching one inning in each while on strict pitch count
• Made first appearance of season April 10 against Radford
• Underwent offseason arm surgery on Aug. 7, 2012; was cleared to return in early April

• Pitched in 16 games, starting 13
• Second on team with 77.2 IP
• Recorded 3.82 ERA while batters hit just .238 against him
• Posted 3-0 record with 1.59 ERA over five starts from April 21-May 26; opponents hit .164 in that stretch
• Was 3-1 record with 2.87 ERA in 10 ACC appearances, including nine starts (.227 BAA)
• Started at JMU (3/6) and worked 3.2 shutout innings before walking bases loaded (3.2 IP, 4ER, 2H, 3BB, 3K)
• Was strong in Sunday start vs. Virginia Tech (3/11); worked career-high 5.0 innings in a no decision (1R, 0ER, 3H, 0BB, 5K)
• Gave up one run and struck out three in 2.1 innings of work against Florida State (3/19)
• Earned his first career win with 6.0-inning outing on Sunday against Clemson (3/25; 6.0 IP, 6H, 2R, 2ER, 2BB, 4K)
• Allowed two runs and struck out four in 5.1 innings of work against NC State but got a no-decision (4/1)
• Started against Wake Forest, giving up six hits and two runs in 3.1 innings of work (4/9; 3.1 IP, 6H, 2R, 2ER, 0BB, 1K)
• Took loss against North Carolina after giving up six hits and four runs in 4.1 IP (4/15); all runs came in second inning
• Picked up win against Duke after working into eighth inning for first time in career (7.0 IP, 3R, 2ER, 6H, 1BB, 1K)
• Notched second straight win after 6.1 strong innings in start at Miami (4/30; 2ER, 3H, 1BB, 5K)
• Worked 7.0 innings against Georgia Tech in a no decision (5/13; 2ER, 4H, 3BB, 2K)
• Fired 6.2 strong innings, retired 16 straight batters at one point and did not allow an earned run in no decision vs. Maryland (5/19; 4R, 0ER, 3H, 0BB, 5K)
• Threw seven shutout innings to earn win against No. 1 FSU at ACC tournament (5/26; 7.0 IP, 3H, 0R, 2BB, 4K)

• Made nine appearances (9.1 innings) and allowed just one run during his freshman season
• Tossed shutout inning at North Carolina (5/19)
• Fired perfect inning in Sunday game at Georgia Tech (4/10)
• Took the loss in game three of the Florida State series, giving up the deciding run in the 10th inning (3/20; 2.0 IP, 1H, 1R, 1ER, 1BB, 3K)
• Made first career appearance against Cornell out of the bullpen (3/5; 1.1 IP, 0H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 2K)

• Team captain
• Named first team all-league honors in 2007
• Selected second team all-county in 2009
• Named to 2008 and 2009 New York Yankees Area Code team
• Went 6-3 with 2.00 ERA his senior season
• Four-year member of varsity team
• Coached by Frank Salvano at St. Joseph Regional

• Parents are Paul Lewicki and Janet Higgins
• Has one brother, Joe Lewicki



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