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17 Brian Auerbach

2016 (Sophomore): Started 15 games on the mound for the Tars, the most by any Rollins pitcher on the season… also lead the team in wins, with five, and strikeouts with 67…  threw 8.0 innings in a 6-1 against Sunshine State Conference foe Eckerd College on March 11, surrendering just one run one five hits while striking out five

2015 (Freshman): In his freshman season at Rollins, Auerbach finished the season with a 4.07 earned run average after starting 13 games and appearing in 15 on the year...He began the year as Rollins' third starter and finished as the number two starter...Auerbach was 2-4, leading the team with 77.1 innings pitched while allowing 35 earned runs on 99 hits...Fall Athletic Director's Honor Roll....Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

High School: Four-year letter winner at Palm Harbor University High School, where he played for the PHU Hurricanes....Finished in the top-20 in his class...Named to the All-County Second-Team his junior and senior year...Played in the County All-Star game at Tropicana Field his senior year...Named defensive player of the year his sophomore year, offensive player of the year his junior and senior year and pitcher of the year his senior year...Player of the Year his senior season...His junior year he hit .333 with two home runs, his senior year he hit .400 with 1 home run, 6 doubles, 4 triples and 15 rbis, threw a 1.77 ERA, with 75 strikeouts...He struck out 14 in a complete game shutout and also hit a home run in a single game his senior year...Over the summer of 2014 he won the Big League World Series for Team Southeast where he pitched a complete game and struck out 9 against Puerto Rico, in which the game was shown on ESPN.

Personal: Born Brian Michael Auerbach on August 30, 1996 in Dunedin, Fla. to Lisa and Steve Auerbach...One sister, Chaya.....majoring in business management.

Position: Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 190
Year: Junior
Hometown: Palm Harbor, Fla.
High School: Palm Harbor University High School
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