2014 ALL-ACC SECOND TEAM
2014 CORAL GABLES REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
2014 PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM (NCBWA)
2014 LOUISVILLE SLUGGER PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM (Collegiate Baseball)
2013 LOUISVILLE SLUGGER ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM (Collegiate Baseball)
2013 RAWLINGS ALL-AMERICA THIRD TEAM (ABCA)
2013 COLLEGEBASEBALLINSIDER.com ALL-AMERICA HONORABLE MENTION (Louisville Slugger)
2013 ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM
2013 ALL-ATLANTIC REGION FIRST TEAM (ABCA)
2013 GOLDEN SPIKES AWARD MIDSEASON WATCH LIST (USA Baseball)
2011 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM (Baseball America)
Selected by Houston Astros in ninth round of 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft (No. 256 overall)...Earned second-team All-ACC recognition…Finished season with 8-2 record and 2.86 ERA…Struck out 111 batters, moving into seventh place in program history…Tossed 100.2 innings over 16 starts…Held opposing hitters to .228 average…Fanned at least seven batters in 10 of 16 starts…Struck out season-high 10 batters in season debut against Maine (Feb. 15)… After picking up loss against Florida State (March 1), ended season 8-0 through final 13 starts…Picked up win with eight strikeouts in seven innings against Boston College (March 8)…Struck out nine batters in back-to-back starts against Notre Dame (April 21) and Clemson (April 27)…Guided Miami to ACC Regular Season Championship with title-clinching win against North Carolina (May 17)…Threw complete-game shutout with nine strikeouts in final start of season in NCAA Coral Gables Regional matchup with Bethune-Cookman (June 1).
Redshirt Sophomore (2013)...
Drafted by St. Louis Cardinals in 29th round (No. 875 overall) of 2013 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft...Recovered from 2012 season-ending shoulder surgery to deliver one of most dominant campaigns nationwide...Became program's first All-American since 2010, earning second-team Louisville Slugger honors (Collegiate Baseball)...Recognized as All-ACC first-team selection...Named to 2013 Golden Spikes Award Midseason Watch List by USA Baseball...Captured one of four nods on ABCA All-Atlantic Region first team...Earned third-team Rawlings All-America honors...Finished with a 9-3 record and 1.78 ERA in 14 starts...Struck out career-high 109 batters in 91.0 innings...Marked return to weekend rotation with complete game shutout of Virginia Tech (March 23), striking out career-best 16 batters - three shy of conference single-game record...Threw seven shutout innings against Florida State (April 6), striking out eight batters while yielding just four hits...Struck out 10 batters in 7.0 innings against Clemson (April 20), one of four double digit-strikeout performances...Fanned 10 batters on the road at Wake Forest (May 11)...Threw eight shutout frames against Clemson in team's 2013 ACC Championship finale victory (May 25).
Recorded five starts before missing rest of year to season-ending surgery...Finished with 2-0 record and 3.08 ERA in limited action...Struck out 21 batters in 26.1 innings of work...Pitched six innings in a win over Albany (Feb. 26), striking out four batters and allowing two runs...Delivered quality start against then-No. 1 Florida (March 4), pitching 6.2 innings and allowing three runs...Picked up second win of the year against Boston College (March 11), throwing seven complete innings and striking out seven...Made final appearance of year in midweek stint against Saint Thomas (Fla.), throwing three frames and allowing one run...
Named to the 2011 Baseball America Freshman All-America Second Team... Finished the 2011 campaign with a team-leading nine wins, amassing a 9-2 record with a team third-lowest 3.35 earned run average... The Miami native and Florida Christian School product started a team-high matching 16 games for the Hurricanes, including becoming the first freshman in more than 20 years to start a season-opener on the hill. In the season-opener for UM against Rutgers (Feb. 18)... Against Rutgers, he struck out eight and allowed just a single earned run on three hits scattered across six full innings without factoring into the decision - an eventual extra-innings win for the Canes... The crafty left-hander finished the season ranked in the top 10 for the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) across several categories... Led the league in runners picked off (10), tied for fifth in starts (16), tied for eighth in wins (9) and was 10th in batters struck out (92) - all in 91 1/3 innings worked... Ended the season with six consecutive wins in games for which he earned a decision... He took a no-decision in an NCAA Gainesville [Fla.] Regional elimination game against Jacksonville (June 5), and failed to factor into the decision in Miami's victory over North Carolina as part of the ACC Tournament (May 26)... Against Jacksonville in the Canes' 6-3 win, Radziewski tossed 6 2/3 innings and fanned seven - also allowing three runs on seven hits...
Played under head coach Ernie Padron at Florida Christian School... Finished his prep career with a record of 28-6 on the mound... Helped the Patriots to a 24-5 record in 2010, with FCS advancing to the Regional Semifinals... Batted .468 with 38 RBI and five homeruns... On the mound, finished the year with 107 strikeouts and an 8-2 record, holding an ERA of 0.87... Selected First Team All-State... First Team All-Miami/Dade County... Miami Herald Class 4-A District 1 Pitcher of the Year... As a junior, Named to Miami Herald first team... All-Miami/Dade County and Second Team All-State... Helped the Patriots to a 23-3 record and the Regional Quarterfinals... Went 9-1 on the hill with a 0.63 earned run average and registering 99 strikeouts... Participant in the 2010 Senior Private School All-Star Game... Played summer ball for the Florida Legends and coach Angel Herrera...
Parents are Lilly and Paul Radziewski... Has an older brother, Kyle... Major is Undeclared... Played for USA National Team on 16-and under squad...