2010 Baseball Recruiting Class Ranked #25 in the Nation

The University of Maryland baseball team’s 2010 recruiting class has been ranked as the 25th best in the nation by Baseball America. Head coach Erik Bakich, recruiting coordinator Dan Burton and pitching coach Sean Kenny, who are entering their second season at Maryland, signed 22 newcomers to their first recruiting class. It is the first time Maryland’s recruiting class was ranked in Baseball America’s top 25.”It’s a tremendous boost for our program to be recognized by an organization like Baseball America,” said Bakich. “Aaron Fitt and their staff do an outstanding job in covering and promoting college baseball every year. “All the credit goes to our recruiting coordinator, Dan Burton, and pitching coach, Sean Kenny, whose efforts have been relentless in putting this class together.” The class consists of 13 freshmen and nine junior-college transfers, as well as six players from Maryland. Two of the signees – freshman Tim Kiene (South Windsor, Conn./Avon Old Farms) and junior Chuck Ghysels (Springboro, Ohio/Lincoln Trail CC) – were selected in the 2010 Major League Draft, but chose attending Maryland over signing professional contracts. from umterps.com

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