2013 Made a combined nine starts in his sophomore season as the Beacons go-to ace … Recorded 57.2 innings of work and a 5-2 overall record … Named a Little East Conference Second Team honoree … Combined for a team leading 26 strikeouts, while only surrendering a mere 11 walks and 17 earned runs … Also allowed a mere eight extra bases hits … Finished the season with a 2.65 earned run average … Started the year off with a perfect 4-0 record, including going 2-0 against the first two Little East Conference opponents he faced … Went a combined three complete games … Had his best overall performance against Rhode Island College when he fanned six batters, while only allowing two runs … Notched his first win of the year over nationally ranked St. Joseph’s College (Maine) on March 15 when he allowed two runs on six hits in six complete innings of work … Led the Beacons to a 7-6 non-conference win in his second start of the year over McDaniel College on March 20 … Struckout five and allowed just two hits in the seven inning 12-0 win over Little East Conference rival Plymouth State University on April 27.
2012 Turned in the best pitching performance in program history by throwing the school’s first no-hitter against Wentorth Institute of Technology on April 25 … Named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Division III Pitcher of the Week May 3, the first Beacon in program history to earn the award … Appeared in seven games while making four starts … Finished the year 1-3 with a 3.82 ERA in 30.2 innings … Struck out 23 batters and limited opponents to a .200 batting average … Pitched a scoreless inning in his collegiate debut March 11 in a 9-5 win over Franklin Marshall … Allowed two earned runs and struck out a season-high eight batters April 2 in his first start of the season at Westfield State … Threw a complete-game no-hitter with seven strikeouts April 25 against Wentworth to earn his first career victory … Needed just 126 pitches to accomplish the feat, allowing six base-runners to reach (four walks and two hit batters) in the Beacons 5-0 win … Allowed four runs on six hits in five innings against nationally-ranked Wheaton College May 2 … Played in the Tri-City League over the summer.
PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Agawam High School where he played varsity baseball, basketball, and soccer ... Named an All-League and an All-Western Massachusetts selection in 2010 and 2011 ... Earned three varsity letters with the baseball program ... Helped the baseball team to a league championship in 2011 ... Named an All-League selection in 2010 as a member of the soccer team ... Was a member of his high school's Honor Roll ... Born on December 14, 1992 ... Son of Lynn and Jim Szatrowski ... Has one brother, Kurt ... Majoring in management.