Where are they now? Former Cadet Holton pitches Freshman All-America team

By Prep Sports Report | June 9, 2022

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The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper released its Freshmen All-America team on Wednesday morning, and former Benedictine Cadet standout baseball player Carter Holton pitched another award. Holton was chosen to the media's Freshmen All-America team.


Carter had an outstanding season. The left-handed pitcher received numerous awards this past season for the University of Vanderbilt baseball team. Holton was named Co-Freshman of the Week twice and Co-Pitcher of the Week once by the Southeastern Conference (SEC). He tied for second in the SEC in victories and was second in the league in hitters struck out looking (32), third in opponent batting average, and sixth in strikeouts and earned run average.


What were Carter's final 2022 statistics? Holton started 15 games, pitched 80.1 innings, struck out 97 batters, held the opposing teams to a 1.92 batting average, and compiled an earned run average of 3.14. Congratulations, Carter, on an exceptional freshman season!


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