Former Spotswood star Irvine pledges to play baseball at High Point

Former Spotswood High School eminent baseball player Cameron Irvine pledged to play baseball for Division I High Point.

Irvine tweeted the news on Monday.

Irvine began his college career at Virginia Tech, where he started 22 games as a freshman in 2018. He fought .194 and drove eight runs for the Hokies. After his first season at Virginia Tech, Irvine played for the Harrisonburg Turks of the Valley Baseball League, where he fought 0.258 in 40 games with 13 RBI.

He moved from VT to Gulf Coast State College, a junior college program in Panama City, Florida. Irvine battled .301 with three home runs and 16 RBI through 24 games for GCSG in 2020 before ending the season due to COVID-19. Irvine tells WHSV that he plans to play for the Valley Baseball League’s Grottoes Cardinals this summer.

I’m excited to announce that I have made a commitment to play baseball at High Point University! Go panther! @HPUBaseball pic.twitter.com/nlyDWdAg54

– Cameron Irvine (@ CamIrv34) June 1, 2020

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