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Pitcher Michael Hutts Dies

April 11, 2008

ATLANTA – Georgia Tech’s baseball players and coaching staff were notified late Friday afternoon on the death of pitcher Michael Hutts, 21, of Dunwoody, Ga. Hutts was a junior in the College of Management.

Atlanta Police Department officials, in conjunction with the Georgia Tech police, were still trying to determine cause of death late Friday afternoon.

Friday night’s game against No. 1-ranked Miami has been postponed.

STATEMENT FROM GEORGIA TECH ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DAN RADAKOVICH

The tragic news of Michael Hutts’ sudden passing can not be justified in words. Michael was an outstanding student-athlete, but more importantly an outstanding young man who had a deep impact on his teammates, coaches, classmates and the entire community. Our deepest heartfelt condolences go out to his parents and the entire Hutts family.

Head baseball coach Danny Hall and his staff will work closely with our players during this very difficult time. It is important that we offer these young men all the support that they need.

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