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Former Crimson Softball Star Gerri Rubin Lwierzczowski...

Gerri Rubin Lwierzczowski '86 was known as Harvard's "One Armed All-Star" in the mid-80's. Despite being born with only arm, she kicked adversity to the corner and thrived as one of Harvard's best players throughout the 80's. She was a second-team All-Ivy selection all four years for the Crimson, and was the team's co-captain her senior season. To this day, she has the third-best career ERA in Harvard history (2.45) and the fifth and sixth best season ERAs (1.73 in 1985 and 1.85 in 1986). But pitching wasn't Rubin Lwierzczowski's only position for the Crimson, her All-Ivy selection in her senior season was for the Utility-Designated Hitter position.

After graduation, Rubin Lwierzczowski taught at Andover for two years before moving on to medical school at the University of Buffalo. She is now a pediatrician in the Hanover, N.H. area.

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