Flames are 2-0 vs. Wildcats this season
Flames in the thick of Horizon League race
Move into sole possession of second place
Flames win season series, 3-2
One game separates the three teams in Horizon League standings
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Appeared and started in 14 games on the mound ... produced a 5-4, 5-2 HL, record with a 4.88 ERA ... pitched 86.2 innings, the second-highest total for UIC, and tabbed 38 strikeouts ... threw one complete game against Missouri (02/28) while he struck out a season-high six ... aided in a shutout victory at Milwaukee (04/12) after he dealt 7.2 innings and allowed a mere five hits ... lasted 7.0-plus innings in five games ... had seven games with three or fewer runs allowed ... member of the 2014-15 Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
Made 14 total start in 14 appearances on the mound ... he led UIC and the Horizon League with 94 innings pitched ... compiled a record of 4-6 with an ERA of 4.02, which ranked seventh in the conference ... his 14 games started tied-for-first in the HL along with teammate Tomas Michelson and three other pitchers ... only hit six batters all season ... logged his first win of the season in his debut versus Marist on Feb. 15 ... tossed 6.1 innings at No. 9 Vanderbilt on Feb. 22, allowing just five hits and two runs ... limited Missouri to a mere eight hits and three runs during 6 2/3 innings of work on March 1 ... lasted 8 1/3 frames at Valparaiso on April 26, giving up just one run and earning the win ... tossed his first collegiate complete in the final game of the season against Valpo at the Horizon League Tournament, limiting the Crusaders to one earned run.
Appeared in 21 games and started nine on the mound for UIC ... was named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team ... ended the season with a 5-3 record, a 3.26 ERA, 39 strikeouts and two saves ... his 77.1 innings of work ranked second on the team ... limited opposing batters to a hitting average of .260 ... tossed 8.2 innings of shutout ball at home versus Western Illinois on March 30.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Lewandowski was named the Naperville Sun Player of the Year and also received All-State Special Mention recognition from the Chicago Tribune. During his senior season with the Redhawks, Lewandowski posed a 1.45 ERA with an 8-2 record and fanned 81 batters in 77 innings. The Dupage County All-Area honoree also hit .339 at the plate and notched an .858 on-base percentage. Currently enrolled as a Teaching of Mathematics major.