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47 Mack Meyer
Mack  Meyer

Graduate Student

San Francisco, Calif.

High School:
IMG Academy

Last College:
Univ. of San Francisco

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200



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• Pitched in 62 career games, all out of bullpen
• Redshirted 2017 season
• Made team-high 29 appearances during his junior year in 2016 (second in West Coast Conference); 23 came in the eighth inning
• His total of 29 appearances ranks fourth in a single season in USF program history
• Was 3-2 with three saves and walked just five batters in 33 1/3 innings his junior year
• Was fourth on team in innings, wins and strikeouts in 2016
• Named to Cal Ripken League All-Star Team in summer 2016 and led team in appearances (10), ERA (1.35) and saves (3)

• Began high school at St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco before transferring to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.
• Was 4-1 with 2.15 ERA and 42 strikeouts in 39 innings his senior year
• At 2012 Sarasota Baseball Classic, was named Best Pitcher and earned All-Tournament Team honors after firing six shutout innings in the championship game (4 2/3 perfect innings, six strikeouts, no walks) as IMG Academy won its first tourney title, 1-0
• Earned Rawlings California All-State Honorable Mention honors in 2013

• Son of Paul and Amy Meyer
• Has one brother, Steele, who is a third-year at UVA
• Earned bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2017 from USF
• Pursuing master’s degree in higher education at UVA



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