Player Bio
  • Biography - Mike Weglinski / Baseball
On Weglinski: Veteran left-handed pitcher ... can spot pitches, change speeds and get outs ... versatile competitor who can start or come out of pen.

As a Junior (2004): Appeared in 14 games with four starts ... logged team-high 50 innings ... picked up wins over VMI, Cornell and UMBC ... earned save at Radford ... no-hit VMI in six innings of relief work ... struck out seven in 6.0 innings at UMBC ... fanned five in 5.0 innings against Maine

As a Sophomore (2003): Made 15 appearances with nine starts ... led staff in strikeouts, was second in wins and third in innings pitched ... struck out five or more batters four times ... allowed just three hits with six strikeouts in six innings against conference champion Northeastern ... notched save against conference foe Hartford ... posted wins over Maine and East Tennessee State.

As a Freshman (2002): Appeared in 14 games with seven starts ... second on team with two saves ... ranked third on team in ERA ... had strikeout-to-walk ratio of more than 2-to-1 ... pitched six innings of shutout ball in win over Northeastern on April 20 ... struck out five in four innings against Hartford on April 7 ... earned win over Stony Brook on April 14 with four strikeouts, two earned runs and no walks in seven innings ... limited Le Moyne to one hit in three innings in final appearance of season on May 7 ... also delivered at plate with hit in only pinch-hit appearance ... stroked double and scored against Northeastern on April 21.

• Before College: Standout for FD Roosevelt High School ... named 2000 Pitcher of the Year by the Poughkeepsie Journal ... led 1999 Senior League team to state championship ... played on Hudson Valley team at Empire State Games.

Personal: Born October 16, 1983 ... parents are Sally and Paul Weglinski ... majoring in computer science.
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 •  Mike Weglinski
bu athletes    Class   Senior
bu athletes    Position   LHP
bu athletes    Height / Weight   6-1 / 215
bu athletes    Hometown   Hyde Park, N.Y.
bu athletes    Previous School   FD Roosevelt HS