(Notre Dame, Ind.) The Holy Cross Saints baseball program announced the signing of Bryan Reed (Charlotte, Mich.) on Wednesday. The signing of Reed makes him the 2nd commit to joins the Saints in the 2013 class.
Reed is a 6'6 versatile player. Playing in 33 games during his junior season, Reed hit .468 with 6 home runs, 17 doubles, and 69 RBI's. As a pitcher, Reed pitched 61 innings while recording 7 wins, 5 complete games, 1 shutout, and 3 saves while posting an excellent 2.38 earned run average (ERA).
Bryan has also played three years with the Rockford Raptors Travel team, and his Lansing Hit Club team is ranked 5th in the state of Michigan.
The highlight of his 2011 junior season happened when he pitched a "no hitter" against Fowlerville, Michigan.
Reed's successful career began in his sophomore season (2011 where he was acknowledged in the community after receiving All-Academic District, 1st Team All-Conference, and team MVP.
During his junior year (2012), the accolades continued to rise for Reed as he received 1st Team All-Conference, District, and Regional accolades. His team was even invited to the Diamond Classic Tournament.
"We're extremely thrilled to be adding a player with Bryan's skill set to the Saints baseball program," said head coach Brian Blondell. "His versatility will be of great value to us as he has the ability to play in the field and pitch. We expect Bryan to contribute right away when he arrives on campus."
The Saints open up the 2013 season with a double-header on Saturday, February 23rd against Grace College. The first pitch is scheduled to be thrown out at Coveleski Stadium at 1:00 p.m. EST.