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Austin

Parsley

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#38

Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 195
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
High School: Ardrey Kell HS
Other College: St Johns River State College
Experience: Transfer

Bio

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2019): Finished the season by making 14 appearances for the Spartans, 12 of which came out of the bullpen … made his first mound appearance against Penn (March 2), finishing with four strikeouts and allowing one hit in 3.1 innings … earned the starting nod against Elon (March 12) where he recorded five strikeouts and surrendered four hits and three runs in 3.2 innings … emerged from the bullpen against Jacksonville (March 17) where he had a strikeout and surrendered four hits … logged three innings against Wake Forest (March 26), converting four strikeouts and scattering two hits … had his first multi-strikeout performance of the season against Western Carolina (March 30), finishing with two … recorded a strikeout in 2.1 innings of work against Furman (April 5) … saw 1.2 innings of action at North Carolina (April 9), finishing with a strikeout … worked a perfect inning against Campbell (April 16) as he struck out three batters in the process … took the mound for two innings against Wofford (May 17), recording one strikeout along the way … made his final appearance of the season versus Wofford (May 18), working 0.2 innings in the process.

PRIOR TO UNCG:
Played at St. John River State Community College last season pitching 17.1 innings with 21 strikeouts and played for the Vipers in summer ball pitching 29.2 innings with 34 strikeouts … was named as a 2017-18 Mid-Florida Conference Scholar Athlete Award ... played for Bones in the summer league and pitched 30.2 innings with a 3.20 ERA and 36 strikeouts and was selected to the SCBL All-Star Team and Southern Collegiate Baseball League.

PERSONAL: He is the son of Tawney and Mark Parsley and is majoring in economics.

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