Duke Baseball BIO
40 Kevin Lewallyn
2014: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Logged the most innings of any Duke freshman pitcher … Appeared in 13 games, starting two … Posted a 3-1 record and 2.41 ERA over 18.2 innings … Made his collegiate debut against Binghamton Feb. 16 … Registered his first career victory March 18 against UMES … Picked up the win in Duke’s next game, tossing a scoreless inning against Princeton March 19 … Struck out a season-high two batters on three occasions: Quinnipiac (March 11), N.C. Central (April 8) and Richmond (May 13) … Made his first career start April 8 against N.C. Central … Allowed one run on three hits over 2.0 innings of work … Also earned the started in Duke’s home finale versus Richmond … Pitched a season-high 4.0 innings versus the Spiders, picking up the win after allowing just one unearned run on one hit.
High School: Lettered three seasons at Chaminade College Preparatory under head coach Frank Mutz ... Two-time all-league selection ... Named Daily News All-Area and LA Times Preseason All-Area as a junior and senior ... Pitched 69 innings his final season, posting a 1.88 ERA ... Threw 71 innings during his junior campaign with a 2.42 ERA ... One of the top left-handed pitching prospects according to Perfect Game Crosschecker ... Played travel baseball for Michael Garciaparra with Yak Baseball ... Played wide receiver on the football team, lettering three seasons ... Two-time all-league pick in football ... Four-year Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the Honor Roll all four years ... Member of the Studen Council ... AP Economics Award recipient.
Personal: Born Kevin Matthew Lewallyn on August 31, 1995 in Vallejo, Calif. ... The son of Chris and Liz Lewallyn ... Has one younger sister (Tiffany).