Last season, FIU's Garrett Wittels was the toast of college baseball.

Wittels hit safely in 56 straight games and was just two shy of tying the all-time record in college baseball.

But last summer, it all came crashing down when Wittels and two friends were charged with raping a 17 year old girl.  Seventeen is the age of consent in the Bahamas.

Wittels failed to get a hit in the season opener against Southeastern Louisiana, but still put together a solid season.  But he still had the charges hanging over his head.

But no more.

Today a Bahamian court dropped all charges against the FIU shortstop.

Wittels went undrafted this past season.  He will be a senior in the fall.