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UMBC BASEBALL SKIPPER SIGNS FOUR TO NATIONAL LETTERS OF INTENT
Baltimore, Md. Head UMBC Baseball Coach John Jancuska announced today the signings of four out-of-state athletes to National Letters of Intent to attend UMBC for the 2004-05 academic year. The list of signings includes Brian Duffy (Little Neck, N.Y./Archbishop Molloy), Mark Lemon (Wilmington, Del./St. Marks), Chris Ott (Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa) and Steve Russo (Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley).
Duffy is a 63, 180-pound right-handed pitcher from Little Neck, N.Y. Duffy went 3-0 in junior year with a 1.95 ERA.
Lemon made first team all-catholic league last season at St. Marks High School. The 511, 175-pound infielder hit .347 during his junior campaign.
Russo is a 60, 175-pound infielder out of Lancaster, Md. Russo hit .393 his junior season en route to being named first team all-league last year.
Ott is 63, 170-pound right-handed pitcher that was named to the Long Island Empire State Team last year. Ott can clock out in the mid to upper 80s.
TRANSACTIONS: UMBC signs Brian Duffy, Mark Lemon, Chris Ott and Steve Russo to National Letters of Intent.