2007 Draft Update
Olbrychowski Headlines 10 Current and Former Senators Taken in the MLB Draft

Adam Olbrychowski
Vienna Senators 2006
5th Round -NY Yankees
Pepperdine

His best season came this past year when he went 5-3 with a 3.62 ERA while making a career-high 22 appearances, including four starts. He established career-highs for innings pitched (68.1), wins and strikeouts (41) and held opponents to a .244 average en route to earning All-WCC honors. He had no record and a 1.50 ERA while making seven relief appearances in WCC play.

Adam Mills
Vienna Senators 2004
6th Round - Red Sox
UNC - Charlotte

First-Team All-America by Louisville Slugger
First-Team All-America by Rivals.com
Among 10 Semifinalists for Brooks Wallace Player of the Year Award
Semifinalist for Dick Howser Player of the Year Award
Among Three Finalists for Roger Clemens Pitcher of the Year Award


Preston Pehrson
Vienna Senators 2006
46th Round—Orioles
Texas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greg Holland
Vienna Senators 2005
10th Round –Royals
Western Carolina

Holland was with the 306th pick by the Kansas City Royals. The junior right-hander was a first team All-SoCon selection by both the league's head coaches and media this season, leading WCU with 10 saves and a 4-4 record. He led the team with 33 appearances this season, all in relief, with 54 strikeouts in 45.1 innings pitched

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donald Brown
Vienna Senators 2005
37th Round—Mariners
Pepperdine

Brown is a three-year starter at Pepperdine and is a career .300 hitter. He has totaled 39 doubles, seven home runs and 91 RBI while appearing in 171 games and starting 149. He ranks 12th on the program's all-time walks list with 108. Brown turned in a career-year as a junior, batting .328 with 13 doubles, three home runs, 25 RBI and was selected All-West Coast Conference (WCC). He led the Waves with a .377 average during WCC play. Brown batted .294 with two home runs and 30 RBI as a freshman and received honorable mention All-WCC recognition.

 

 

Cat Everett
Vienna Senators 2007
44th Round—Astros
Tulane

Everett since becoming a starter, has committed just 18 errors, which stands as the lowest mark in a two-year span by any shortstop in Tulane history. His 384 career assists ranks 10th in the Green Wave record book.

JJ Pannell
Vienna Senators 2006
38th Round—Giants
George Mason

Pannell, a redshirt junior pitcher, was drafted for the second-straight season. He was selected by the Washington Nationals in the 50th round of last year's draft. Pannell led the Patriots in starts, wins, innings pitched and strikeouts and was named second-team All-CAA. He made 14 appearances, all as a starter, and compiled a 7-4 mark in 91 innings with 58 strikeouts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Will Vasquez
Vienna Senators 2004
30th Round—Red Sox
Kent State

Will Vazquez (Berea, Ohio/Berea H.S.) was selected to the 2007 Academic All Mid-American Conference Baseball Team as announced by the conference office Tuesday (June 12). A history major at Kent State, Vazquez graduated cum laude last month with a 3.54 grade point average.

 

 

 

 

 

Boomer Whiting
Vienna Senators 2003
28th Round—Nationals
Louisville