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Dean Kampschror




225 lbs








Falls Church, Va.



**Bio information via Virginia Athletics

• Sat out the 2023 season due to injury.

• Did not see action as a true freshman.

• A three-sport athlete at Justice, playing football, basketball and baseball
• Ranked the No. 4 overall left-handed pitcher in the state of Virginia according to Perfect Game
• In 14 games his senior year slashed .541/.684/.871
• A two-time All-Occoquan Region selection
• 2021 preseason All-Americans by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association
• On the football field, was a two-time All-National District selection and a two-time All-Occoquan region honoree at wide receiver.
• Earned All-National district defensive teams honors and was a Second Team All-National District selection in basketball
• Played travel ball for the Molina Stars (2018-20)

• Born in Fairfax, Va.
• Son of John and Susan Kampschror
• His older brother Davis attends UVA and also has a younger sister Reagan
• His father John pitched for the Cavaliers from 1981-84, a four-year letterwinner. He led the Cavaliers pitching staff in wins in 1982 and 1983, in appearances in 1982, innings pitched in 1983 and ERA in 1981. Won a total of 16 games on the mound for UVA.
• Pursuing a degree in Foreign Affairs


Career Statistics

Tom Sox Fall to Cavaliers in Ninth Inning

A beautiful sunset backdrop painted the picture at Culpeper High School for a meeting between the Charlottesville Tom Sox (24-10) and the Culpeper Cavaliers (17-18). In an offensive shootout with five total lead changes, the Tom Sox fell in walk-off fashion to the Cavaliers, 6-5.

‘Sox Drop Marathon Game in Staunton

On a humid evening at John Moxie Memorial Stadium, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-8) dropped a slugfest against the Staunton Braves (12-14) by a score of 11-10 in 11 innings. Despite multiple rallies throughout the contest, the ‘Sox fell just short in a four-and-a-half-hour affair – the longest contest by time in team history (4:35).

Charlottesville’s Offense Surges in Dominant Win over Waynesboro

A humid and hot evening at Kate Collins Field painted the picture for a sixth matchup between the top and bottom of the South Division — the Charlottesville Tom Sox (19-7) and the Waynesboro Generals (9-16). The Tom Sox used a dominant offensive showing - including a game-high five RBI from outfielder Jake Books (Coastal Carolina) to take home a 16-4, rain-shortened win.

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March 23 – 7 PM – Elks Lodge