After leading the Inaugural Season Rafters pitching staff in strikeouts in 2010, Tommy Organ will return to Wisconsin Rapids following his junior season at North Florida this spring. Last spring, Organ appeared in 15 games (8 starts) for the Ospreys and posted a 4.12 ERA. In 43.2 innings he struck out 44 batters and posted a 4-2 record during his sophomore season, subsequently being named to the 2011 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team. Following his freshman year at North Florida, Organ appeared in 16 games for the Rafters, making 8 starts. He posted a 1-3 record to go along with a 4.39 ERA and struck out a team-high 54 batters in 53.1 innings of work. Arguably his best pitching performance of the season occurred on July 23rd at Wausau, after transitioning from bullpen to starting duty. In 6.1 innings against the Woodchucks, Organ allowed only 2 hits while striking out a season-high 11 batters. He allowed only one unearned run in the dominant performance. The Chicago, Illinois native appeared in 15 games out of the North Florida bullpen while posting a 4.56 ERA as a freshman. In 25.2 innings he struck out 19 batters and also compiled 3 saves. He currently resides in Tarpon Springs, Florida.