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2014-15 Navy Athletics Year In Review

Navy finished with an overall record of 288-164-10 (.634)


Navy Baseball and Gillingham Finish Atop NCAA Statistical Standings

Mids led NCAA DI in triples; Gillingham in H/9 and WHIP categories


Gillingham and Trent Earn ABCA and ECAC Regional Honors

Duo now eligible for ABCA All-American honors


Gillingham and Trent Named NCBWA All-Americans

Gillingham is a two-time All-American in 2015


Luke Gillingham Named Louisville Slugger Second-Team All-American

Left-handed pitcher is one of three Mids in program history to earn second-team nod


Army - Navy Baseball Series, April 26-27

Army and Navy battle for the N Star in Annapolis.


Navy vs. Quinnipiac Series, March 14-15

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

Career Statistics | Game-by-Game Statistics: 2013 | 2014

Career Honors:
Patriot League Rookie of the Week (4/15/13, 4/29/13)
Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Career Highs
Innings Pitched: 9.0, at Lehigh (4/27/13)
Strikeouts: 12, twice, M.R. vs. Holy Cross (4/6/14)
Longest Start w/4 or less hits: 7.0 IP, at Bucknell (3/29/14)
Longest Outing w/o walk: 5.0 ip, vs. Princeton (3/24/13)

2014 (Sophomore):
Finished 11th amongst qualified Patriot League starting pitchers in ERA (3.33), ninth in opponentrs batting average (.257), ninth in innings pitched (67.2), sixth in strikeouts (59)
Had a 59:21 strikeout to walk ratio
Hurled six quality starts (6 IP a 3 or less ER), including four of five starts in Patriot League play
In five conference starts, he was 2-2 with a 2.16 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, 38 strikeouts and 3 complete games over 33.1 innings pitched; had at least 6 strikeouts in each start
At home versus Holy Cross (4/6), Lehigh (4/20) and Army (4/27), he threw complete games (7 IP) with just five hits and one run allowed in each
Against Crusaders on April 6, he tied a career-high with 12 strikeouts
Received just 39 runs of support in 12 starts (with 18 runs coming in 2 games)
Held left-handed opponent's to a team-low .131 batting average

2013 (Freshman):
Posted the second-lowest ERA amongst pitchers on the staff with six or more starts with a 3.23 ERA in 53.0 innings over 14 appearances
Had a 45:9 strikeout to walk ratio
Made collegiate debut at Norfolk State (2/16) throwing 3.0 scoreless innings of two-hit ball
Permanently joined the starting rotation vs. Princeton (3/24) and made seven straight starts
Had three consecutive quality starts (6 IP a 3 or less ER) in final three Patriot League starts: at Holy Cross (4/14), vs. Lafayette (4/21) and at Lehigh (4/27)
Threw his first-career complete game at Lehigh (4/27) going 9.0 innings with 12 strikeouts, seven hits, one walk and one run allowed

High School:
Named to the MaxPreps San Diego All-League Team as a junior
Two-time team MVP, captain and all-league selection for coach Sam Ceci at Coronado High School
Named basketball team MVP and co-captain as a senior...led basketball team to consecutive league championships (2011 and `12)
Forced to miss his senior baseball season due to injury
Member of the National Honor Society all four years of high school

Son of Bruce and Jeannette
Lists basketball, golf and working on cars as some of his interests
Has lived in California, Puerto Rico, Toronto, Jacksonville, Fla. and Chesapeake, Va. due to his father’s career in the U.S. Navy
High school classmates with fellow ‘16 USNA athletes Joseph Rodgers (Water Polo) and Peri Curtis (Women’s Basketball)

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