2017: ABCA Second Team All-America • D3Baseball.com Second Team All-America • ABCA Mid-Atlantic Position Player of the Year • ABCA First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • D3Baseball.com First Team All-Region • ECAC Second Team All-South • First Team All-Centennial Conference • appeared in 45 games, making 44 starts, 30 as the catcher and 14 as the designated hitter • led the Blue Jays with a .403 batting average, including a team-leading 73 hits • led the Centennial Conference with 13 home runs, 56 RBI, 132 total bases and a .729 slugging percentage • tallied 16 doubles and two triples • his 56 RBI are tied for the ninth-most in a season in JHU history • named to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional All-Tournament Team, hitting 9-for-16 with three home runs and 11 RBI • hit two home runs and a double for five RBI against Alvernia (5/19) • homered in consecutive games twice on the season, at Muhlenberg (4/8) and against McDaniel (4/9) and against Randolph-Macon (5/1) and Gettysburg (5/4) • hit 5-for-5 with two runs and three RBI at McDaniel (4/4) • led the Blue Jays with 22 multi-hit games and 16 multi-RBI games • also recorded the longest hitting streak of the season, with hits in 14-consecutive games.
2016: Played in 36 games, making 32 starts, primarily at catcher • hit .217 on the season with 26 hits in 120 at-bats • tallied 18 RBIs and 24 runs on the season • recorded five home runs on the season, including in consecutive games: against Alvernia (2/29) and at Salisbury (3/3) • also sent home a run in the NCAA Tournament game against Wooster (5/18) • batted in a season high three batters off a home run against Washington College (4/29) • ranked second on the team with 156 putouts.
2015: Played in 24 games, making 23 starts • finished the season hitting .298 (25-84) with 16 RBIs and three home runs • collected a season-best three hits against Franklin & Marshall (5/3) in the Centennial Conference Championship game and vs. Catholic (5/14) in an NCAA Regional contest • recorded three RBIs on three different occasions • hit his first career home run against Haverford (3/29).
2014: Appeared in 21 games, making twelve starts at catcher • made his collegiate debut and first start against Rivier (3/8) • notched first career hit against Oneonta (3/9) where he recorded an RBI double • went 2-for-4 with a double and 2 RBIs against York (4/21) • scored four runs on the season.
High School: Batted .418 with three home runs and 26 RBIs as a senior • also recorded seven stolen bases and threw out 12 of 26 base runners • was a Diamond 9 All-League selection and an all-section honorable mention • team went 13-9 and advanced to second round of section tournament during senior season • an all-league selection as a junior • team advanced to second round of section tournament during junior year • team went 20-0 during freshman year • started at small forward for varsity basketball team during junior and senior seasons.
Personal: Ryan Orgielewicz • son of Olga and the late Chris Orgielewicz • born April 8, 1995 • has a sister, Katherine, and a brother, Thomas • hopes to attend business school • majoring in economics with minors in entrepreneurship & management and financial economics.