Marietta, Georgia -
With great excitement and pride, 6-4-3 DP Baseball announces that Andrew Herlitz (Class of 2019) has committed to play college baseball at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. The entire 6-4-3 staff congratulates Andrew on his achievement and wishes him the very best on his continued journey as a standout student-athlete. In 2018, Andrew was the recipient of the Carson Rozsman Courage Award* for his displays of toughness and strong character while grieving the unexpected loss of an immediate family member. The Carson Rozsman Courage Award is a special honor given to an individual that demonstrates great strength in the face of adversity. Andrew will soon join his 6-4-3 classmates, Camden McNearney, Chase Otten, Tyler Shultz and Will Lantis, as the newest additions to a long (and growing) list of talented players to graduate from the 6-4-3 ranks and play for the BSC Panthers and Coach Jan Weisberg.
*The Carson Rozsman Courage Award both honors and remembers the life of 6-4-3 alum, Carson Rozsman. Carson lost his brave battle with inoperable brain cancer on March 1, 2017. Carson was ten years old.
Note: BSC commits Chase Otten and Andrew Herlitz were both recipients of the Carson Rozsman Courage Award. Chase in 2017 and Andrew in 2018.
Photo note: Andrew Herlitz (2nd from left) is pictured with Danny Pralgo, Zak Rozsman (brother of Carson), and Ryan Sterling at the 2018 6-4-3 Awards Banquet.