University of Indianapolis' Brady Ware, had the game of his life yesterday against Drury University in a 13-0 shutout victory. Ware is a 6' 1" graduate student from Poway, California. He is currently pitching to an impressive 2.76 ERA along with a .329 BA.
(Summary via University of Indianapolis athletics)
Ware's no-hitter was the first since Jordan Tackett's in 2015 and his cycle is first since Jake Hartley's in 2013. He is the first player to accomplish both in the same game in Indy's school history.
This is obviously one of the most rarest feats a player can accomplish at any level in baseball and it's arguably the most difficult and impressive.
Brady's pitching line consisted of..
7IP, 11 SO, 5 BB
While his batting line..
4-4, 2B, 3B, HR
(Via Steph Sheehan)
To hit for the cycle as well as toss a no hitter is unbelievable. For Brady, this is a feat to be cherished for life as he makes progress towards the MLB.