Four years have passed since Foxcroft Academy’s Ryan Rebar won the Dr. John W. Winkin  Award for Mr. Maine Baseball, but that career highlight wasn’t the end to the baseball standout’s career on the diamond.

Rebar, who won the Mr Maine Baseball Award in 2013 over six other finalists, posted a 6-1 record with a 1.02 ERA with the Ponies during his senior season, on way to an Eastern Maine Semifinal finish in Class B.

Monty Rand Photography
Monty Rand Photography

The pitcher/infielder decided to continue his career by heading to Husson University to play Division III baseball with the Eagles.  During his playing career Rebar made just four appearances from the hill with a 3-0 record and two saves with a 1.50 ERA as a freshman.  He did most of his damage with Husson as player, logging 132 games in his career with a combined batting average of .330, 54 runs batted in, and 26 stolen bases.  In his final season this past year with the Eagles, he helped Husson to a 22-20 record as the team reached in the North Atlantic Conference Championship finals, losing to Castleton by a score of 4-3.

Off the field, Rebar studied nursing and in the spring finished out his college degree in the field.  According to his twitter page, he recently passed his boards and will be looking to enter the workforce soon.

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