36 Kevin Kalkwarf
Kevin Kalkwarf

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Antonio, Texas

High School:
Reagan

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 222

Position:
RHP



Strapping right-hander ... boasts excellent physical tools within lanky frame ... throws consistently in low-80s ... numbers should elevate significantly with added physical development ... repertoire includes darting fastball from three-quarter arm slot ... developing changeup as effective "out" pitch ... difficult on right-handed batters when locating ball ... "picks" corners on both sides of plate ... harbors excellent work ethic ... could factor into head coach Joe Sottolano's midweek pitching plans.

2004: Saw action in two contests ... allowed three hits and one earned run over 3.0 innings of relief work ... struck out two and walked one ... received bullpen calls against Wright State and Pace ... tossed shutout inning of relief against Wright State.

2003: Appeared in four contests ... worked exclusively out of Army bullpen ... relief outings spanned 3.1 innings ... yielded 11 hits and seven earned runs ... struck out three and walked one ... notched game showings opposite Fairfield, Marist, St. Francis (N.Y.) and Temple ... fired 1.0 scoreless inning versus Stags ... did not appear in a Patriot League affair.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Ricky Jordan at Reagan High ... two-time letterwinner ... split time between pitching mound and first base ... two-time academic all-district selection ... served as team captain during senior year.

PERSONAL: Given name is Kevin James Kalkwarf ... born Oct. 12, 1983, in Lincoln, Neb. ... parents' names are Sharon and Kenneth Kalkwarf ... brother, Kyle, four-time baseball letterwinner at Academy ... graduated from West Point in 2002 as Army's career leader in doubles ... also ranks 11th on school's all-time runs batted in list ... majoring in Life Science.

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