Greyhound baseball’s Tucker Chamberlin was the first player to accumulate 1,000 swings and then kept up that strong pace to win the Greyhound Swing Challenge Friday.

Chamberlin, a freshman, finished with 4,101 total swings over the five-day contest. Senior Christian Melendez placed second (2,550 swings), while freshman Kade Rumbaugh came in third (2,000). Sixteen Greyhound players, both varsity and JV, participated in the swing challenge, accumulating a grand total of 21,697 swings from March 30 through April 3.

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