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Some of his accomplishments from this past season, via utsports.

2022- SENIOR
  • Completed his degree in Sport Management (5/20)
  • Started the SEC Tournament championship game against Florida (5/29) and was credited with his seventh win of the season—throwing five shutout innings
  • Was credited with the win in Tennessee’s SEC Tournament opener against Vanderbilt (5/26), retiring all four batters he faced in 1.1 innings of relief
  • Gave up one run in 3.0 innings of relief against Georgia (5/13) and was credited with his fifth win of the season
  • Recorded two strikeouts in two shutout innings against Kentucky (5/5)
  • Matched his season-high with 4.1 innings pitched, recording three strikeouts vs. Auburn (4/30)
  • Tossed 4.1 shutout innings and recorded three strikeouts in the win over Florida (4/23)
  • Came in to replace injured starter Chase Dollander and tossed a season-high-tying 4.1 innings of relief and was credited with the win against Alabama (4/16)
  • Recorded two strikeouts in 1.2 innings of relief in win over Vanderbilt (4/1)
  • Had three strikeouts in one inning of relief in win against Western Carolina (3/30)
  • Pitched three strikeouts in 1.1 innings of relief in win vs. South Carolina (3/18)
  • Recorded a career-high seven strikeouts and was credited with the win after posting 3.1 innings of relief against ETSU (3/1)
  • Earned his first win of the season in the series finale against Georgia Southern (2/20), retiring six of the seven batters he faced
  • Threw two shutout and hitless innings during his season debut against Georgia Southern (2/18), also recording two strikeouts
 
#11

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Some of his accomplishments from this past season, via utsports.

2022- SENIOR

  • Completed his degree in Sport Management (5/20)
  • Started the SEC Tournament championship game against Florida (5/29) and was credited with his seventh win of the season—throwing five shutout innings
  • Was credited with the win in Tennessee’s SEC Tournament opener against Vanderbilt (5/26), retiring all four batters he faced in 1.1 innings of relief
  • Gave up one run in 3.0 innings of relief against Georgia (5/13) and was credited with his fifth win of the season
  • Recorded two strikeouts in two shutout innings against Kentucky (5/5)
  • Matched his season-high with 4.1 innings pitched, recording three strikeouts vs. Auburn (4/30)
  • Tossed 4.1 shutout innings and recorded three strikeouts in the win over Florida (4/23)
  • Came in to replace injured starter Chase Dollander and tossed a season-high-tying 4.1 innings of relief and was credited with the win against Alabama (4/16)
  • Recorded two strikeouts in 1.2 innings of relief in win over Vanderbilt (4/1)
  • Had three strikeouts in one inning of relief in win against Western Carolina (3/30)
  • Pitched three strikeouts in 1.1 innings of relief in win vs. South Carolina (3/18)
  • Recorded a career-high seven strikeouts and was credited with the win after posting 3.1 innings of relief against ETSU (3/1)
  • Earned his first win of the season in the series finale against Georgia Southern (2/20), retiring six of the seven batters he faced
  • Threw two shutout and hitless innings during his season debut against Georgia Southern (2/18), also recording two strikeouts
Overachiever.
 
#12

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Camden Sewell's return gives Coach Vitello and staff a lot of flexibility. Camden brings age, maturity, continuity, confidence and trust. TV and FA will not put a pitcher in a game unless they trust them. So from a trust stand point this is a big deal. In the last two years, Camden has started in big games and done well. If one of our three projected weekend starters gets injured or sick, Camden would be a top candidate to get the start.
 
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