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Baseball Sweeps Saturday Doubleheader from Bucknell

Gillingham throws CG shutout in game one; Blue homers in game two


Navy Wraps Up Patriot League Regular Season with Road Trip to Bucknell

Mids on the hunt for second straight Patriot League Regular Season title


Fast Start Leads Baseball to 13-9 Win at George Mason

Mids score 11 runs in first two innings


Baseball Earns N-Star with Doubleheader Sweep of Army West Point

Gillingham throws CG in game one; Mids score four in bottom of the eighth in game two


Navy Hosts Army West Point in Patriot League & Service Academy Showdown

Saturday's Game One to be televised by CBSSN; Mids went 3-1 at Black Knights in 2015


Navy vs. Quinnipiac Series, March 14-15

Mids host the Bobcats on the weekend of March 14-15

Career Stats | Game-by-Game Statistics: 2014 | 2015 | 2016

Career Honors:
• Second Team All-Patriot League (2015 - RP)
• National Pitcher of the Year Watch List (2015)

Career Highs:
• Innings Pitched: 4.1, two times, MR: vs. Towson (3/11/15)
• Strikeouts: 4, four times, MR: vs. Lafayette (4/12/15)
• Longest Outing w/o Hit: 2.0 IP, two times, MR: at UMES (4/8/15)
• Longest Outing w/o Walk: 4.1 IP, vs. Towson (3/11/15)

Career Highs (Hitting):
• Runs: 1, three times, MR: vs. Princeton (3/23/14)
• Hits: 1, two times: MR: at Delaware State (4/23/14)
• RBI: 1, at Delaware State (4/23/14)
• Stolen Bases: N/A
• Hit Streak: 2 games (4/8 - 4/23/14)

2015 (Sophomore):
• After a non-descript freshman season as a backup corner infielder, he transitioned to the mound as a sidearm reliever with outstanding results
• Named to watch list for National Pitcher of the Year in late April; one of 46 candidates
• One of 10 NCAA Division I relievers with seven or more wins and less than 50.0 innings pitched; one of three with 100.0% winning percentage
• Posted the lowest ERA in the Patriot League amongst relief pitchers with more than 20 innings pitched
• Ranked in the top-10 for Patriot League hurlers in four different categories: first in games finished (17), second in total appearances (24), second in victories (7) though tops amongst relievers and tied for third in saves (4)
• After allowing two runs (one earned) over his first two outings only was touched up for a run once, versus Delaware State (3/4), over the next 10 times called on in relief during the span of Feb. 25 to March 28; helped drop his ERA to a season-low 0.73 as a result
• Between March 11 and May 3, ERA was never higher than 1.20 (April 5)
• Totaled 43 strikeouts over 45.1 innings pitched, including three or more in eight different contests with a high of four coming on four separate occasions
• Possesses a durable arm that threw 2.0 or more innings in 13 of 24 games, including 4.1 versus both Air Force (3/1) and Towson (3/11)
• Second-lowest batting average against on Navy’s staff with a .232 mark and just six extra-base hits allowed
• A strong competitor with two outs on the scoreboard, he allowed opponents to post just a .135 batting average (7-52); tops on the team
• Took advantage of his positional background and fielded 23 chances with errorless results, including four grounders to the mound versus Air Force (3/1)

2014 (Freshman):

• Appeared in 9 games with two starts at DH
• Made collegiate debut as a pinch hitter versus Washington College (3/10) and first start versus UMBC (3/12)
• Recorded first career hit against UMES (4/8) and first RBI at Delaware State (4/23)
• Finished first season with 2 hits in 16 at bats
• Drew four walks to help give him a .300 on-base percentage
• Fielded all 7 chances as a relief 3B cleanly

High School:

• Varsity letterwinner at Flower Mound High School for Danny Wallace
• Named to Rawlings All-Region team in 2013: Texas Region Honorable Mention
• Honored on the First Team All-District squad for 5-5A as a senior in 2013
• Also lettered in football at Flower Mound, earning Second Team All-District honors as a WR in 2012

• Son of Ed and Jacquie
• Three family members participated in collegiate athletics: father Ed played baseball at Otero Junior College, mother Jacquie played basketball at Midwestern State University and brother Josh played football at Mount Union
• Teammate of BYU IF Mackay Jacobsen ‘17, Texas RHP Kyle Johnston ‘18, West Virginia RHP B.J. Myers ‘18 and West Virginia LHP Seth Jordan ‘18 at Flower Mound HS
• Enjoys golfing in his free time

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