Tigers sophomore pitcher to transfer
06/14/2008 9:02 AM
06/14/2008 9:06 AM
Clemson has lost its fourth baseball player to transfer.
Matt Zoltak, a sophomore pitcher from Pennsylvania, has left the program in search of more playing time.
Zoltak, a strong-armed left-hander, appeared in 20 games, going 4-0 with a 6.30 ERA.
In other team news, all signs point to Clemson shortstop Stan Widmann returning for his final season of eligibility, although no concrete decision has been made. Widmann, a redshirt junior, went undrafted and would have considered signing a free-agent deal, but his options appear limited. .
Also, departed sophomore outfielder Alex Lee (Blythewood High) has narrowed his transfer choices to College of Charleston and Francis Marion. Lee would have to sit out a year if he opts for Charleston.
Another transfer, second baseman J.D. Burgess, is considering USC Aiken and North Georgia.
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