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Eric Williams '03 set for another pro season

Eric Williams '03 (Carmel, NY) was an athletic standout during his tenure at Trinity-Pawling.  Whether it was on the soccer field, hockey rink or the baseball diamond, Eric showed great competiveness and leadership.  Upon matriculation Eric, continued his baseball career heading to the top programs in the country.  Eric attended Arizona State University, for two seasons, before transferring to Wake Forest University to finish out his career.  After graduating with record numbers from Wake Forest, he continued his success in the minor leagues.  He has seen action in the Continental League, American Association and spending the last season with the River City Rascals in the Frontier League.  In the 2011 campaign, the 5'10" 170lb Outfielder played in 47 games.  With a batting average of .289, scoring 35 runs, and registering 37 hits, allowed him to settle with a .466 on base percentage which was good enough to lead the entire league.  The left handed phenom looks to continue his success for the Rascals in the 2012 campaign.  

We were lucky to have had Eric wear a PRIDE uniform, and best of luck!

Posted by on Friday April, 6, 2012 at 10:05AM

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