GREENSBORO, N.C. -- For his historically dominant outing in a 2-0 win over No. 24 Virginia Tech, southpaw Bryan Radziewski was named Atlantic Coast Conference Pitcher of the Week Monday.
Radziewski, making his season debut in the weekend rotation against a talented Hokies offense, delivered the first complete game shutout for a Miami pitcher since David Gutierrez completed the feat in 2009.
The former Baseball America Freshman All-American tied for the sixth-most single game strikeouts for any Miami pitcher in program history, fanning 16 batters in his outing. After allowing a double on his first pitch of the night, Radziewski, a Miami native, would not allow another hit until a single in the eighth inning.
The junior left-hander is averaging over 16 Ks per nine innings in 2013, and lowered his ERA to 0.42 and improved his personal record to 3-0 with the victory. The 16 strikeouts were the most by a Miami pitcher in a single game since March 17, 1989.
For the full release from the Atlantic Coast Conference, click HERE.
The Hurricanes return to the diamond Wednesday with a midweek tilt against Florida Atlantic. First pitch is set for 6 p.m. from Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.