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Brian Gursky

205 lbs.
Graduate Student
Granger, Ind.
IMG Academy
High School / Club
Southern California
Previous School
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• Second Team All-ACC selection as a starting pitcher
• One of five Cavaliers named to the ACC All-Academic Team
• Won his first five decisions including ACC wins over Boston College (3/19) and Duke (March 13)
Threw nine pitches and struck out three in an “immaculate inning” against Cornell on Feb. 26

Prior to Virginia
• Played last four seasons at University of Southern California (2018-2021)
• As a senior in 2021, appeared on the mound 14 times, making five starts with 30.1 innings pitched. Went 1-2 with a 4.45 ERA, recorded one save, posted 26 strikeouts and allowed 11 walks.
• In COVID shortened 2020 season, did not allow an earned run in 12 innings pitched. Made four pitching appearances, including three starts and fanned 12 batters while just giving up four hits and two unearned runs.
• Tossed a career high 6.0 innings and struck out a career best, seven batters without allowing a hit against UC Irvine (3/3/20)
• As a sophomore, made 12 appearances on the mound, including five starts; threw a total of 22.0 innings on the season; struck out a total of 18 batters; one of nine pitchers on the team with at least 12 appearances on the mound
• As a freshman, posted an ERA of 4.93 in 34.2 innings across 22 appearances on the mound; had a 3-1 record, making two starts; struck out 30 batters

IMG Academy
• Named Rawlings Perfect Game All-American honorable mention in 2017
• Named Perfect Game All-Region first team in 2017
• Pitched five shutout innings at the Tournament of Stars in 2016
• Played USA Tournament 2016
• Invited to the Area Code games in 2015 and 2016
• Named Preseason All-American in 2016
• Member of the NTDP roster in 2015.

• Born in Bloomington, Ind.
• Parents are Susan and Matt Gursky
• Has two sisters, Elena and Natalie
• His uncle, Steve Perry, and grandfather, Will Perry, played baseball at Michigan, and his uncle was a first round pick of the Los Angeles Dodgers