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Shane Stossel




245 lbs








Harrisburg, Pa.


Lebanon Valley


  • Starred on the mound and at the plate for the ‘Sox, appearing in four games as a hitter and one as a pitcher
  • Scored first run of Tom Sox season in season opener against Waynesboro (June 1)
  • Two hits and an RBI at Front Royal on June 11
  • Lone appearance on the mound came on July 2 against Culpeper, striking out five in three innings


  • Pitched in one game and had one at bat
  • Tossed 5.2 scoreless innings in the final regular season game against Waynesboro, striking out eight on 105 pitches – the most by a ‘Sox pitcher since 2016



  • Appeared in 44 games, including 14 appearances on the mound
  • Posted a 3.73 ERA, recording 75 strikeouts and seven wins
  • Recorded a .331 batting average with 45 hits, including seven doubles
  • Led the team with 10 home runs and 55 runs batted in
  • Led the MAC Commonwealth in RBIs
  • Hit four home runs and had 18 runs batted in during four games against Messiah (3/28) and Albright (3/31-4/1)
  • Threw seven shutout innings and had 10 strikeouts against Albright (4/1)
  • All-America Fifth Team as a utility player
  • ABCA/Rawlings All-Region 5 First Team as a utility player
  • All-Region 5 First Team as a utility player
  • All-MAC Commonwealth First Team as a pitcher and utility player
  • NCBWA Division III Hitter of the Week (4/5)
  • Team of the Week (4/5)
  • MAC Commonwealth Player and Pitcher of the Week (4/3)
  • MAC Commonwealth Pitcher of the Week (3/13)


  • Appeared in 40 contests, starting in 37
  • Recorded a 1.47 ERA in 36.2 innings pitched while fanning 44
  • Recorded a .951 OPS with 34 hits, including nine doubles and seven home runs
  • Batted in 37 runs
  • ABCA/Rawlings NCAA All-Region 5 Second Team
  • All-Region 5 First Team
  • All-MAC Commonwealth First Team
  • MAC Commonwealth Player of the Week (4/25)


  • Saw action on the mound and at the plate for LVC
  • Pitched in six games, making one start
  • Third on the team with a 2.70 earned run average
  • Allowed 12 hits and six runs in 16.2 innings pitched
  • Struck out nine batters
  • Allowed just three hits in six shutouts innings against Hood
  • Appeared in 15 games at the plate, starting two
  • Totaled five hits in nine at-bats
  • Recorded two doubles and one RBI


  • Team captain in 2020
  • MaxPreps Player of the Game on 3/28/19 and 5/7/19
  • 2019 Perfect Game/Rawlings Underclass All-American Honorable Mention and Preseason All-Region
  • Also played ice hockey for Central Dauphin High School
  • Assistant Captain
  • 2020 Bear’s Cup Champ
  • Distinguished Honors


  • Uncles (Bob and Jim Bogus) played football in college
  • Len Cunning (Uncle) played pro hockey
  • Cousin, Kevin, played hockey in college
  • Son of Linda and Frank

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Tom Sox Defeat Cavaliers to Capture Fourth-Straight Come-From-Behind Victory

The Charlottesville Tom Sox hosted the Culpeper Cavaliers Sunday night, extending their winning streak to four games with a 11-4 victory.

Tom Sox Travel to Front Royal for Second Time in Seven Days

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (7-5) will face the Front Royal Cardinals (7-6) tonight at Bing Crosby Stadium in Front Royal. It will be broadcast live on the Royal Examiner website. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Look to Get Back on Track Tuesday

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (5-4) will face the Strasburg Express (5-4) Tuesday at CHO Airport Field at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page and Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Charlottesville Suffers First Road Loss After Comeback Bid Falls Short

The Charlottesville Tom Sox faced the Front Royal Cardinals Sunday at Bing Crosby Stadium, scoring three runs in the ninth but ultimately falling 9-6. Charlottesville entered the game looking to come back from Saturday night’s loss and to continue their consecutive 6-game win streak against the Cardinals, but ultimately fell three runs short and lost their first road game of the young season.

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