Bobcat Baseball Pair on Sunbelt League Prospect All-Star Watch List

Rising sophomore catcher Austin Holloway and redshirt freshman pitcher Chris Rolick
Rising sophomore catcher Austin Holloway and redshirt freshman pitcher Chris Rolick


ATLANTA, Ga. – The Sunbelt League has released its Prospect All-Star Watch List with two members of the Georgia College Baseball roster gracing the list.

Rising sophomore catcher Austin Holloway (Social Circle) and redshirt freshman pitcher Chris Rolick (Marietta) have both earned spots on the list.

Holloway, a member of the Atlanta Crackers, is hitting .290 with nine hits, four runs scored and four RBIs over his 13 games. His batting average is ranked sixth in the league.

Rolick plays for the Marietta Patriots, and has handcuffed hitters for a 1.59 ERA and 1-0 record in his three starts. Amassing 10 whiffs over his 11 1/3 innings thus far, Rolick is fourth in the league in ERA, second among starters.

The Watch List is the precursor to the All-Star selections, to be announced July 8.

Holloway was a strong second option at catcher behind MLB Draftee Brandon Purcell. Holloway finished his rookie season 10-for-20 (.500) with six runs, three RBIs and five steals. Rolick redshirted the season after a great career at Walton High.

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