| Biography - Adam Shatkun / Baseball|
On Shatkun: Right-handed relief pitcher coming off outstanding
season ... should return to closer role.
As a Junior (2005): Led team with 19 relief appearences ... converted five save opportunities ... 3-4 record with a 4.41 ERA ... 24 strikeouts in 32.2 innings pitched... had 10 scoreless relief apperances ... pitched 4.1 scoreless innings against Vermont ... posted a 1.90 ERA in first 13 relief apperances... was named to the Jewish All-America Team, one of eight pitchers named by the Jewish Sports Review.
As a Sophomore (2004): Returned from year away due to arm injury and led bullpen that went 14-3 with a 5.29 ERA ... won team-high five games (5-0) to remain unbeaten as collegiate pitcher ... allowed just six walks and six extra-base hits in 30 innings ... pitched four shutout innings against Pace ... went 3.0 scoreless against UMBC ... owned 2.45 ERA against conference foes.
As a Freshman (2002): Made 10 appearances all in relief ... posted a 4.79 ERA in 20.2 innings ... earned first collegiate victory against C.W. Post.
In High School: Four-year standout for Plainview Old Betehpage High ... named all-county and all-conference ... also played outfield ... was wide receive on football team for two years.
Personal: Born August 3, 1983 ... father and mother are Scott and Cindy Zieselman ... majoring in political science.