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2015 Penn Relays
#24 Mitch Holtz
Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 225
Year: Junior
Hometown: Plainfield, Ill.
High School: Aurora Christian


2014: (Game-by-game) Made eight relief appearances … Finished with a 1-2 record and a 5.23 ERA … Totaled seven strikeouts in 10.1 innings pitched … Threw 2.2 innings at Villanova (3/27), his longest outing of the season, recording three strikeouts … Picked up the victory against Saint Peter’s (4/9) in 1.1 innings of work.

2013: Worked 13 games out of the bullpen, third most on the team … Put together an ERA of 2.08 in 26.0 innings … Went 2.2 innings in season opener, striking out a pair and giving up one run against William & Mary (3/1) … Kept Duke scoreless for 1.2 innings (3/6) … Had his longest outing of the season at Winthrop, tossing 4.2 innings of relief (3/10) … Threw a scoreless inning to help Penn pick up the win at Towson (3/13) … Allowed just one hit over 3.0 innings against George Washington (3/17) … Struck out three over 3.0 innings in a Liberty Bell Classic semifinal game against Villanova (4/2) … Picked up his first career win, not allowing a hit over 1.1 innings at La Salle (4/10) … Worked a perfect inning of relief against Princeton (4/14) … Whiffed one batter during a perfect inning at Lehigh (4/17) … Extended his hitless streak with 2.2 innings of perfect relief at Cornell (4/20) … Held Columbia to one run over 3.0 innings, striking out two (4/26).

High School: Four-year letterwinner in both baseball and football ... Varsity captain of the baseball team for three seasons ... Football team won a state championship in 2011 and baseball was the 2012 conference champions, compiling a 26-9 record ... Earned All-Conference honors in both sports while being named Academic All-State in football in 2011 ... An ACSI Distinguished Scholar and Dunham Scholar.

Personal: Son of Wendy and Steve Holtz ... Enrolled in Wharton.

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