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Jonathan Reeder
Courtesy: Appalachian State Sports Information
Release: 08/02/2008

Former Appalachian State University pitcher
Jonathan Reeder moves into a new role with the
baseball program this season as its director of
baseball operations.
Reeder pitched for the Mountaineers from 2003-07, working an Appalachian-
record 257.1 innings in his career. He made 78 appearances and 39 starts
in the Black and Gold, good for second and third, respectively, in ASU’s all-time
annals.
As a senior, Reeder posted a sterling 4-1 record. The fifth-year senior
received the honor of making the start on the mound for the first-ever game
at ASU’s new Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. The right-hander
earned the win over Gardner-Webb in the historic game.
Reeder earned a B.S. in business from Appalachian in 2007 and is currently
pursuing a master’s degree at ASU.




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