Villanova Two Sport Star Talks About Football Title & Baseball Future
Matt Szczur was lightly recruited while attending Lower Cap May Regional High School in southern New Jersey, but he has blossomed into a potential pro in both baseball and football during his time at Villanova. Szczur was named both the CAA’s Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Year this fall as he helped the Wildcats win the FCS Division One Football National Championship.
He has three seasons of baseball and one more season of football eligibility remaining, but he’s eligible for the MLB Draft this June. In this podcast interview with Collegebaseball360.com Editor Sean Stires he talks about the decision he might have to soon make on his future.
Szczur has been included throughout the fall and winter in our Two Sport Reports.
5’11 – 190 – Jr. – Erma, NJ
Baseball: Catcher/Outfielder – Head Coach: Joe Godri
Football: Receiver/Returner – Head Coach: Andy Talley
Szczur and Villanova will compete in the second annual Big Ten-Big East Baseball Challenge, hosted by the St. Petersburg/Clearwater Sports Commission, Feb. 26-28. For tickets visit www.BigTenBIGEASTChallenge.com.