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MAY 9, 2008


WILKES-BARRE -- King's College baseball standout Gracjan Kraszewski has been named to the 2008 All-Freedom Conference squad as a first-team selection.

Kraszewski, a Dallas High School product, recently concluded an outstanding sophomore year at King's where he played primarily in left field. Kraszewski started 38-of-39 games for the Monarchs and posted an impressive .443 (62-140) batting average with 14 doubles, two home runs, 27 RBI, and scored 27 runs. He also posted a .586 slugging percentage, ranking first among Monarch regulars, while stealing six-of-seven bases on the year. His 62 base hits tied the Monarchs all-time single-season record.

Kraszewski, who transferred to King's prior to the 2007 season from Division I Seton Hall University, finished the year ranked fourth in the Freedom Conference in batting average and tied for third in base hits. He also ranked fourth in doubles.

He ended the season with a 21-game hitting streak and his safely in while registering at least one base hit in 34 of the 39 games he played in. He posted a season-high four bas hits against Manhattanville on April 25.





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