Rich CarlucciPitcher – 1991

A 1975 graduate of Audubon HS, Rich was an outstanding right-handed pitcher in South Jersey from 1973 to 1975.Among his many honors was the distinction of having been selected to the All-South Jersey Team three times and All-State recognition in 1975. He twice won 13 games in a single season and his 1975 perfect record of 13-0 is one of the finest in South Jersey history.
After graduation, Carlucci passed up offers from major league scouts to accept a baseball scholarship to the University of Iowa. His continued success there attracted the attention of the New York Yankees who signed him to a professional contract after his junior season. Rich spent ten years in the minor leagues, primarily at the AAA level, pitching for Syracuse, Indianapolis and other American Association teams. His career included seasons with Baltimore, Cincinnati, Toronto and the Phillies, in addition to the Yankees. He also played winter ball in Puerto Rico where he was named to the Puerto Rican League All-Star Team.
Carlucci retired form pro ball in 1987. He then graduated from Rutgers Law School in 1988 and practices his profession in the Atlantic City Area.