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39 Austin Young
Austin  Young


Mechanicsville, Va.

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Height / Weight:
6-4 / 225




Virginia Falls to Vanderbilt in First Game of CWS Finals, 9-8

Cavaliers nearly rally from seven-run deficit but fall run short


No. 1 Cavaliers Finish Sweep of Georgia Tech with 3-1 Win

UVa has won all nine ACC series this year


No. 1 Cavaliers Rally for 4-3 Win over Georgia Tech

Head coach Brian O'Connor earns 500th career win


No. 1 Virginia Bashes Richmond, 13-0

Cavaliers rip four home runs while limiting UR to two hits


No. 1 Virginia Blanks George Washington, 10-0

Cogswell records four-hit game as UVa picks up third shutout of season


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.


Virginia vs. Maryland- Baseball NCAA Super Regional Game 3

Virginia vs. Maryland- Baseball NCAA Super Regional Game 3. Virginia won, 11-2.


Virginia vs. Maryland- Baseball NCAA Super Regional Game 2

Virginia defeats Maryland, 7-3 in NCAA Super Regional Game 2


Baseball vs. NC State (by Matt Riley)

Baseball vs. NC State (by Matt Riley)

• Pitched in 19 games, limiting opponents to .200 batting average
• Issued four walks in 25 2/3 innings
• Worked 3 1/3 scoreless innings and tied career high with four strikeouts in Game 1 of CWS Finals against Vanderbilt (6/23)
• Pitched two scoreless innings in ACC tournament against Maryland (5/22)
• Worked two scoreless outings in Georgia Tech series (2 1/3 IP); earned win in Game 1
• Worked two perfect innings in Saturday game against Clemson (4/12)
• Did not allow a run in first five outings; gave up run March 26 against Longwood
• Made first appearance of 2014 season on March 1 with two shutout innings against Monmouth

• Worked out of the bullpen in 28 games, which was third most appearances on team
• Pitched in all three contests in Clemson and Miami series
• Posted four ACC wins and held opposing batters to .167 batting average in ACC games
• Made 16 appearances in ACC games (second most in conference)
• Had streak of 14 consecutive scoreless innings over seven outings snapped April 8 at Wake Forest
• Tossed 2 1/3 innings, allowed one unearned run to earn win against James Madison (4/24)
• Pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings in two games at Georgia Tech
• Worked three scoreless innings at Wake Forest to earn fourth win (4/7)
• Pitched 5 1/3 scoreless innings in Miami series; earned win in game 1 after tying career high with 3 2/3 innings pitched
• Worked twice in NC State series, allowing just one of 13 batters to reach base (on error)
• Earned two wins in NCSU series, escaping jams in both games

• Made 21 appearances out of bullpen, totaling 33.1 innings
• Pitched four straight scoreless outings from April 20-29
• Made first appearance of season by coming out of bullpen to clinch win in ninth against Coastal Carolina (2/18; 1.0 IP, 2H, 1R, 1ER, 0BB, 1K)
• Earned first career win at JMU (3/6); worked three shutout innings, facing nine batters and striking out four
• Made first ACC career appearance vs. Virginia Tech (3/11)
• Worked 2.1 scoreless innings in win over Marist (3/13)
• Tossed 2.0 perfect innings against Clemson (3/25)
• Pitched another perfect inning aginst Towson (3/27)
• Pitched twice in NC State series, allowing a run in 2.2 innings
• Went career-long 3.2 innings in relief against Richmond (4/17; 3.2 IP, 4H, 2ER, 0BB, 3K)
• Worked four straight scoreless outings over 10-day span against Duke, Radford, VCU and Miami, totaling 4.2 IP
• Pitched two scoreless innings against Army to finish off Cavaliers' win in NCAA tournament (6/1-2)

• Made three appearances out of bullpen
• Allowed just one hit, no runs in 3.2 total innings
• Pitched two innings in win over Rider (3/4)

• 2010 Honorable Mention All-State honoree
• 2010 First-Team All-Capital Region (first base) and 2009 second-team honoree
• Hit .471 with 18 RBI, .606 on base percentage and .837 slugging percentage his senior year
• 2010 First-Team Capital District and All-Metro at first base
• Played for Richmond Braves national 2010 travel team
• 2008 First-Team Capital District DH
• Four-time All-Academic Capital District and Region
• Named MVP of Pitcher-Impact Baseball Showcase in 2009
• Selected for 2009 East Coast Pro Showcase
• Four-year varsity letterwinner
• Coached by Kevin Elrod
• Also was a three-year varsity basketball letterwiner
• Member of honor roll all through high school

• Parents are William Young and Ellen Young



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