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Will Pearson

HEIGHT

6’2″

WEIGHT

175 lbs

POSITION

RHP

B/T

R/R

CLASS

Sr.

HOMETOWN

Athens, Ga.

SCHOOL

Georgia

Will Pearson Pronunciation

** Bio information via Georgia athletics

2023 (Junior): 

  • Posted an 0-1 record and 5.73 ERA in 19 relief appearances as team went 29-27 and advanced to the SEC Tournament
  • In 22 innings, tallied 13 strikeouts and 12 walks as opponents hit .256 against him
  • Provided two scoreless innings of relief against Georgia Southern, Clemson and USC Upstate
  • Only decision on the year came in a road loss to No. 4 Vanderbilt
  • Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll

2022 (Sophomore): 

  • Posted a 2-2 record and 5.28 ERA in a team-high 26 relief appearances as team went 36-23 and advanced to the NCAA Chapel Hill (N.C.) Regional
  • Tallied 30.2 innings pitched with 20 strikeouts and eight walks
  • Made 18 scoreless appearances and only three of 21 inherited runners scored
  • Tied a career high with three scoreless innings and three strikeouts against Albany and also three strikeouts in only 1.1 innings against USC Upstate
  • Pitched two scoreless innings with one strikeout to earn a win over No. 16 Florida and two scoreless frames for a win at South Carolina in April
  • Made one appearance in the NCAA Chapel Hill (N.C.) Regional, pitching one inning versus VCU
  • Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll

2021 (Freshman): 

  • Made 19 relief appearances for the squad that went 31-25 and advanced to the SEC Tournament
  • Posted a 2-0 mark with one save and a 3.91 ERA
  • Tallied 17 strikeouts with 16 walks in 23 innings with two of seven inherited runners scoring
  • Earned a win in his debut with a perfect frame against Evansville in a 6-5 walk-off
  • Collected first career save with a scoreless inning and two strikeouts against Evansville
  • Picked up a road win over top-ranked Vanderbilt with two scoreless innings in a 14-2 rout
  • Tossed a career-high three scoreless innings against North Florida

High School: 

  • A graduate of North Oconee where he played for Jay Lasley
  • Posted a 4-3 mark, nine saves, 1.71 ERA and 55 strikeouts in 45 innings pitched as a junior in 2019 with his senior season in 2020 canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The 2019 Titans went 27-6 and advanced to the Class 4A state semifinals
  • Also saw action at shortstop and batted .281 with two home runs and 20 RBI as a junior
  • Named Co-Region Pitcher of the Year in Region 8-4A and to the Georgia Dugout 4A All-State 1st Team in 2019
  • An Honor Roll student and four-year starter who also lettered in basketball
  • Played summer baseball with Team Elite

Personal: 

  • Born April 5, 2002
  • Son of Ashley and Phillip Pearson
  • Father played college basketball at Alabama and was an assistant basketball coach at Georgia for nine seasons (2009-18)
  • Major: Sport Management
Season:

Career Statistics

Tom Sox Toppled by Turks in Extras

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Lumberjacks Rally to Defeat ‘Sox in Extra Innings

In what marked the fifth meeting between the two ball clubs this summer, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (18-7) and Covington Lumberjacks (10-14) squared off in a midweek clash on Wednesday evening. A late-game rally by the Lumberjacks forced extra innings where they secured a 7-6 victory in the 10th.

‘Sox Win Rain-Shortened Game in Covington

After five rain-shortened innings, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (16-4) defeated the Covington Lumberjacks (7-13) 5-1 at Casey Field on Wednesday night.

Tom Sox Walk-Off Culpeper in 11th Inning

A balmy evening at Charlottesville High School set the stage for a heated rematch between the Charlottesville Tom Sox (8-3) and the Culpeper Cavaliers (2-8). Having lost to the ‘Sox twice already this season, the Cavaliers hoped to redeem themselves but came up just short in a marathon, eleven-inning ballgame.

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