CSU's Swindle and Holmen make Cape Cod debutsJune 15, 2003
by David Shelton, CSU Sports Information
|R.J. Swindle wins his Cape Cod opener, allowing only six hits.|
Charleston Southern starting pitchers R.J. Swindle and Ian Holmen made their debut in the Cape Cod baseball summer league on Saturday night, each performing well in the nation's top college summer league.
Swindle was the starter for the Harwich Mariners, picking up the victory after a solid seven inning effort. Swindle allowed six hits and two earned runs, striking out three in his team's 5-2 victory.
Swindle, the 2003 Big South Player of the Year, will be a junior next season. The 6-3 left-hander from Orlando, Florida is already the school's career strikeout leader and established the single season strikeout record during the 2003 season while posting a 10-5 record and a Big South best 2.05 earned run average.
Holmen, who just completed is sophomore season at CSU, drew the starting nod for the Cotuit Kettleers on Saturday night, taking the loss despite a solid effor. Holmen allowed three runs on five hits in four innings of work. Cotuit ended up losing the game, 3-0.