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Doug Vroman
Doug  Vroman

Westport, Conn.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180


2000: Came in and contributed in the pitching rotation right away as a first-year player before an injury shortened his season ... Made his first career start in a Virginia uniform after pitching 1.1 innings in UVa's third game of the season at LSU (2/13) ... Recorded his first collegiate victory as a pitcher at UVa when he threw a career-high 5.0 innings vs. Princeton (3/15) in Virginia's 5-2 victory where he allowed zero runs on five hits while striking out a career-high three batters ... Starting pitcher in UVa's 11-2 victory over Richmond (3/29) where he threw 3.1 innings and scattered three hits while striking out three batters ... Was the starting pitcher and threw 2.2 innings with a strikeout in Virginia's 8-7 victory over VCU (3/6) ... Threw 1.0 innings of scoreless relief against William & Mary on (2/29) ...

Personal & Prep: Four-time letterwinner at Staples where he pitched and played center field ... Played on the Connecticut All-Star team ... Three-time All-Area and All-Division selection... Twice named First Team All-State and All-League ... Team captain both his junior and senior seasons ... Batted .447 with 12 homeruns and 18 stolen bases his senior year ... Went 6-1 as a pitcher his junior year with a 2.02 ERA and 69 strikeouts in 44 innings of work on the mound ... Listed as a Player to Watch (Conn.) by the USA Today ... Honorable Mention All-American choice after his junior season ... Started at shortstop his freshman year and then started at pitcher and center fielder his next three seasons ... Played football and basketball at Staples ... Also recruited by UNC, UConn, BC and Clemson ... Brother, David, played football and lacrosse at Lehigh ... Son of Ellen Vroman ... Born Feb. 9, 1981 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.


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