Williams went six innings of relief and gave up just two hits to St. Francis as Auburn-Montgomery prevailed 4-3.
Williams went on from that performance to soon turn pro. His pro career, however was brief. He played a single season, 17 outings.
Williams' career began and ended that year, signed by the Mariners as an undrafted free agent out of Auburn-Montgomery.
Williams played his high school ball in Iowa at Davenport North. He's included on a long list of Iowans who became professional athletes.
He then played at Auburn-Montgomery from 1988 to 1990. Auburn-Montgomery came up short in the 1990 NAIA title game against Lewis-Clark State College, 9-4.
With the Mariners, Williams played his year at short-season Bellingham. He got into 17 games, all in relief. He picked up one loss, two saves and a 4.55 ERA to mark the extent of his career.
- Anniston Star, June 1, 1990: NAIA College World Series
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