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Ryan Scmitten will join the Huskies in 2014-15, the Huskies host Seattle U Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. at Husky Ballpark and the Huskies checked in at fifth in three major polls.
Monday Notebook: Huskies Add Schmitten For 2014-15
Release: 05/12/2014
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SEATTLE - Husky coach Lindsay Meggs announced that right-handed junior college pitcher Ryan Schmitten has agreed to a financial aid agreement and will join the Huskies' in 2014-15.

Schmitten is currently competing in his second season at Pierce CC in Lakewood, Wash. Schmitten is 4-0 on the season and has a 1.19 ERA in eight games, seven starts. In 37 and 2/3 innings he has allowed 25 hits, five earned runs (four in one game), struck out 32 and walked six.

Schmitten missed the 2013 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery on his pitching arm.

In 2012, Schmitten was 7-1 with a NWAACC-leading 0.78 ERA, earning All-NWAACC and West Division First Team All-Star honors. He allowed one of less runs in 10 of his 11 appearances and threw eight or more innings in five starts.

Schmitten was 2011 All-State and MVP of the SPSL South division as a senior at Puyallup High School when he went 12-1 with a 0.85 ERA, threw seven complete games and recorded five shutouts in 60 and 1/3 innings.

Schmitten will join the Huskies this fall after playing for the Seattle Studs this summer.

NOTES:
-- The Huskies will host Seattle U in the final regular-season non-conference home game of the year 5:00 p.m. Tuesday at Husky Ballpark. Right-hander Trevor Dunlap is scheduled to take the hill for the Huskies and make his first start of the season.

--Washington checked in ranked fifth in three polls: Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball News and Perfect Game. The Huskies are 11th in both the USA Today/Coaches and NCBWA rankings. Fifth is the highest ever for the Huskies in the Baseball America poll.

--UW (36-11-1, 19-5 Pac-12) is slated to play Oregon State (38-8, 20-4) in what will be a battle for first-place in the Pac-12 this weekend in Corvallis. OSU is ranked first in two polls, second in two and third in one.

--Last Saturday's game two win over Bethune-Cookman was the 750th victory in Lindsay Meggs' career. He is 750-440-5 in 20 seasons as head coach of three programs.

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