Marika Lyszczyk, The First Female To Play NCAA Baseball, Is Playing For The Sag Harbor Whalers This Summer - 27 East

Marika Lyszczyk, The First Female To Play NCAA Baseball, Is Playing For The Sag Harbor Whalers This Summer

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Marika Lyszczyk chases after the ball.

Marika Lyszczyk chases after the ball. MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk chases after the ball.

Marika Lyszczyk chases after the ball. MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk, assistant coach Dutch Maranhas and pitcher Carter Delaney go over things on the mound.

Marika Lyszczyk, assistant coach Dutch Maranhas and pitcher Carter Delaney go over things on the mound. MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk going over things with her pitcher Carter Delaney.

Marika Lyszczyk going over things with her pitcher Carter Delaney. MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk going over things with her pitcher Carter Delaney.

Marika Lyszczyk going over things with her pitcher Carter Delaney. MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk at bat during the Sag Harbor Whalers game against the Southampton Breakers at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor on June 15.

Marika Lyszczyk at bat during the Sag Harbor Whalers game against the Southampton Breakers at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor on June 15. MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk, who just finished her freshman year at Rivier University in New Hampshire, is the first woman to play baseball at the NCAA level.  MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk, who just finished her freshman year at Rivier University in New Hampshire, is the first woman to play baseball at the NCAA level. MICHAEL HELLER MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk, who just finished her freshman year at Rivier University in New Hampshire, is the first woman to play baseball at the NCAA level.

Marika Lyszczyk, who just finished her freshman year at Rivier University in New Hampshire, is the first woman to play baseball at the NCAA level. MICHAEL HELLER

Marika Lyszczyk, who just finished her freshman year at Rivier University in New Hampshire, is the first woman to play baseball at the NCAA level.

Marika Lyszczyk, who just finished her freshman year at Rivier University in New Hampshire, is the first woman to play baseball at the NCAA level. MICHAEL HELLER

authorCailin Riley on Jun 22, 2021
Near the end of 2019, Brett Mauser, the former recruiting director for the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League, called the league’s president, Sandi Kruel, to recommend someone he thought would do... more

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