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Patriots Sign Greenville Outfielder

FLORENCE, S.C. – Francis Marion University baseball coach Art Inabinet has announced the signing of right-handed hitting outfielder Nick Stewart of Greenville to a national letter of intent to attend FMU this fall and play for the Patriots.

Stewart is a product of Greenville High School, where he played under the direction of head coach Dave Delgado.

As a senior, he batted .512 with 18 doubles, eight triples, nine home runs and 42 runs batted in.  The 6-4 215-pounder earned All-Conference recognition as a third baseman in 2002 and as a center fielder this past season.  He also played football and wrestled at Greenville High School.

“Nick is a big strong multi-talented player, who can run, throw, and hit,” said Inabinet.  “He comes from a strong program headed by Coach Delgado.  Nick is also a great student, and I look forward to having him represent FMU both on and off the field.”

 Stewart joins a pair of left-handed pitchers, Brandon McClure of St. George and Lee Tabor of Manning, who signed during the early signing period last fall.

Francis Marion finished last season with a 30-20 record, placed third during the Peach Belt Conference regular season, and earned an invitation to the NCAA Division II national tournament, where the Patriots finished third at the South Atlantic Regional.


Last Published: March 31, 2004 9:54 AM
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