Husker baseball adds Lincoln High graduate from Texas A&M

Cam Wynne announced his commitment to the Huskers on Monday. The Lincoln High graduate spent his first two seasons of college baseball at Johnson County Community College before transferring to Texas A&M.
Cam Wynne
Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics

LINCOLN – Nebraska baseball has added a familiar face to its pitching staff.

Cam Wynne announced his commitment to the Huskers on Monday. The Lincoln High graduate spent his first two seasons of college baseball at Johnson County Community College before transferring to Texas A&M. He played in just two games for the Aggies due to COVID-19.

Wynne was a two-year starter under coach Dan Beckman at Lincoln High, setting a single season school record with strikeouts (45) and ERA (1.34). He also batted .364 with 31 hits, seven doubles, 17 runs and 13 RBI. He earned a Class A All-Nebraska Honorable Mention in 2017, along with first team All-Lincoln and first team All-Heartland Athletic Conference as a senior.

Wynne will have two more years of eligibility remaining in Lincoln.

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