The premier pitcher of the 20s for the Blue & White CHARLES DEMERS finished with a career record of 13-11 and the third-best earned run average in Hounds' history at 1.65.
He played for Coaches Joe Drummey (1924-26) and Al LaVigne (1927).
He is one of six pitchers in College history to amass over 200 strikeouts (218) and pitch over 200 innings (212). His 90 strikeouts in 1927 are still the second highest season total. He fanned 10 or more in a game 11 times in 25 career starts. He also had 18 complete games.
He posted earned run averages of 1.42, 1.33 and 1.74 over his last three years.
His senior year he finished with a record of 6-5---incredibly enough pitching every inning that year--- with 90 strike outs in 88 innings. He allowed just 59 hits!
He was graduated in 1927 with a Bachelor of Arts.
He is deceased.