28 - Jay Musialowski Height: 6-1
    Weight: 180
    Hometown: Depew, N.Y.
    Bat/Throw: L/R
    Position: Pitcher/Infield photo         A transfer who worked as a pitcher and an infielder during the fall ... Got a look at both second and third base ... Could also get a look in the outfield during the spring ... May be used in a utility role ... Will likely see the majority of his playing time on the mound and as a pinch-hitter and designated hitter ... Combines good velocity with movement on his fastball ... Could be used as a setup man out of the bullpen ... Has shown ability as a hitter from the left side ... Makes contact and uses the whole field ... An outstanding student ... Should be a valuable addition to the squad ...

    Rochester: Attended Rochester Institute of Technology for two years and played baseball for Coach Rob Grow ... Saw action as an infielder and a pitcher ... Hit .371 his freshman year, driving in 12 runs and scoring 13 ... Posted a 1-1 record on the mound ... Pitched a complete game two-hitter against St. Lawrence University as a sophomore ... Struck out 12 batters in that game ... Had a 1-1 record and 0.47 earned run average his second season ... Finished with a .310 batting average and 15 RBIs ... Was in the honors program at RIT ... Member of the Golden Key National Honor Society ...

    High School: Lettered two seasons as a pitcher and shortstop for Coach Paul Smaldone at Canisius High ... Compiled a 9-0 record on the mound as a senior and hit .415 ... Went 10-for-16 at the plate during the playoffs and was named the MVP ... Earned first-team All-Western New York honors ... Member of National Honor Society and Who's Who Among American High School Students ...

    Personal: Jonathan Joel Musialowski ... Born 2/17/82 in Buffalo, NY ... Son of Chet and Ralfa Musialowski ... Majoring in marketing management.

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