Mark Adzick
Mark  Adzick


Haverford, Pa.

High School:
Penn Charter School

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 175



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Walter on Adzick
"Mark has made good improvements with his fastball command, but has yet to show the quality breaking ball he had last year or pitch with the velocity necessary to keep people off his breaking ball. If he can bump his velo and get last year's breaking ball back he can help us."

2011 (Senior)
Made six appearances and pitched 1.2 innings ... Gave up two earned runs on finished the year with a 10.80 ERA ... Did not allow a run in five of his six appearances ... Pitched 0.1 innings of scoreless relief against Coastal Carolina (Mar. 9), Winthrop (Apr. 19), Maryland (May 20) and North Carolina (May 27).

2010 (Junior)
Appeared in 13 games and finished the season with an 0-0 record and a 6.35 ERA ... Made season debut against Army (2.20) and threw 1.1 innings, giving up no runs on two hits, while striking out two and walking two ... Pitched 1.1 hitless innings against Coastal Carolina (2.23), striking out one and walking one ... Retired both batters he faced in a relief outing at Coastal Carolina (3.9) ... Tossed 0.2 scoreless innings in series opener against Georgia Tech (3.12), with one walk and a strikeout ... Retired the only batter he faced in relief outing against Elon (4.14) ... Made two scoreless appearances in midweek games against Charlotte and UNC Greensboro, throwing an inning with a strikeout ... Retired the only batter he faced against Appalachian State (5.18).

2009 (Sophomore)
Made 14 appearances, including one start, and had an 0-2 record with a 6.89 ERA ... Made first outing of the season in series opener against Virginia (3.6), throwing a perfect ninth inning and striking out a batter ... Threw a scoreless inning of relief against UNC Greensboro (4.1), allowing a hit ... Tossed two innings against USC Upstate (4.7), giving up two runs on three hits, while striking out a season-high three batters ... Threw a season-high 3 1/3 innings against Boston College (4.12) and allowed just one run on four hits ... Retired all three batters he faced against Davidson (4.28) with one strikeout ... Earned first hold of the season against Winthrop (5.12), throwing a scoreless eighth inning.

2008 (Freshman)
Made 11 appearances, including five starts during the 2008 season, finishing with an 0-3 record and a 17.28 ERA ... Threw a scoreless inning of relief against Kennesaw State (2/29), striking out one batter ... Did not allow a hit and struck out one batter in inning of work against NC State (4/4).

High School
Selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 18th round of the 2007 MLB Draft ... Earned five letters in baseball at William Penn Charter School, the same prep institution that has produced ACC sports standouts such as former Boston College quarterback Matt Ryan and former University of Virginia point guard Sean Singletary ... Earned first team All-Inter-Academic League honors 2005-07 ... Named the 2005 Inter-Academic League MVP after leading the Quakers to the conference championship ... 2007 Daily News Pitcher of the Year ... Selected as a Puma Preseason All-American in 2005-07 and a Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American in 2007 ... Ranked by Baseball America as one of the country's top 100 prospects for class of 2007 ... Selected to play in the Perfect Game National Showcase, Tournament of Stars and East Coast Professional Showcase in the summer of 2006 ... Named to the 2005 Team One National Undergraduate Showcase and to the 2006 Team One Cape Cod High School Classic, which chooses the top 32 high school baseball players in the country.

Born on April 23, 1988 ... Son of Scott and Sandy Adzick ... Majoring in business and enterprise management with a minor in entrepreneurship and social enterprise ... Father played baseball and basketball at Harvard, while his mother was on the sailing team at Boston University ... Grandfather, Nick Adzick, was a minor leaguer in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

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