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26   Mark McCoy
Mark McCoy

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Parkland, Fla.

High School:
Douglas Parkland

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190

Position:
RHP

Experience:
***

Bats/Throws:
R/R


Career Honors

  • College Baseball Foundation National Honor Roll (March 5, 2007)
  • InsidePitching.com Northeast Regional Pitching Performance of the Week (March 19, 2007)
  • Patriot League Pitcher of the Week (March 6, 2007)
  • Career Statistics

    Year       ERA   W-L   App  GS  CG SHO/CBO  SV    IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO
    2005....  4.21   2-5    10   9   3   0/0     0  51.1   55   31   24   13   50
    2006....  3.42   5-2    14  12   0   0/1     1  76.1   79   33   29   20   63
    2007....  4.35   8-4    14  12   3   1/2     0  80.2   87   43   39   22   62
    TOTAL...  3.97  15-11   38  33   6   1/3     1 208.1  221  107   92   55  175

    2007:
    Game-by-Game Statistics
    Delivered a solid junior season in which he primarily served as the rotation's second starter ... a workhorse that produced in the key ballgames ... finished the year with an 8-4 mark and a 4.35 ERA in 80.2 innings ... the eight wins tied for team-high and league-best honors ... his 80.2 innings were second among the team and fourth in the league ... appeared in 14 games, 12 of which he started ... finished out three of his starts, one of which was a shutout ... combined to shut out two other opponents ... struck out 62 batters and walked only 22 ... ranked fifth in the Patriot League in strikeouts ... held opposing baserunners to a .625 success rate (15-for-24) in stolen base attempts ... cleanly fielded all 12 chances on the year ... in Patriot League action, he went 4-1 with a 4.37 ERA in 35.0 innings ... the four victories were second best in the league ... his 35.0 innings of work ranked fourth in the league ... fanned 20 batters in league play ... in home games, he went 5-2 with a 3.04 ERA in 50.1 innings ... he allowed less than a hit per inning with 44 strikeouts and only 11 walks ... was tough with runners in scoring position with two outs, as opponents only hit .229 (8-for-35) with 12 strikeouts ... got tougher as the game wore on, as he owned a 3.55 ERA from the fourth inning on, including a 2.81 ERA in the final-three innings ... did not allow a run in the first inning among any of his 12 starts ... over his final-22.1 innings of work on the year, he owned a miniscule 0.81 ERA with only four walks and 13 strikeouts ... delivered a gutsy performance at Army on April 21, as he went the full-nine innings and threw 133 pitches to lead the Mids to a 6-4 victory ... he held the Black Knights without a hit for the last-4.2 innings of the contest ... one week later against Bucknell, he fired another nine-inning complete game, scattering six hits and one run with four strikeouts to get the win ... closed out his regular season with a complete-game shutout of UMES, as he allowed only four hits and one walk with six strikeouts over seven innings ... bounced back from a tough beginning of the year with back-to-back quality starts against Central Connecticut State (March 4) and Buffalo (March 12) ... held the Blue Devils scoreless over seven innings of three-hit baseball with two walks and seven strikeouts ... he repeated the scoreless act against the Bulls, this time going eight innings with no walks and six strikeouts ... fanned eight batters in his starts against Yale (March 23) and Lafayette (April 8).

    2006:
    Game-by-Game Statistics
    Produced a solid sophomore campaign ... made 12 starts and came out of the bullpen on two occasions ... recorded a 5-2 mark with a save and a 3.42 ERA, eighth-best in the Patriot League ... tossed 76.1 innings, fourth-most among league pitchers ... fanned 63 batters while walking only 20 ... his strikeout total was the fourth-highest in the Patriot League ... held the opposition to a .263 (79-for-300) batting average, the eighth-lowest mark in the league ... cleanly fielded all 13 chances ... opposing base-stealers were thrown out at a .316 (6-for-19) rate against him ... Navy went 9-4-1 in games where he pitched ... posted a 2-1 mark with a 2.60 ERA in 34.2 innings on the hill during Patriot League play ... struck out 23 batters and walked 11 ... held opposing hitters to a .268 (37-for-138) batting average ... limited right-handed hitters to a .255 (60-for-235) average on the year ... opposing leadoff hitters hit only .192 (15-for-78) off him ... did not allow an earned run in the second inning all season ... struck out 44 batters and issued only nine free passes during the first through fourth innings ... posted a 2.08 ERA from the seventh inning and later, a total of 8.2 innings of work ... over his final-seven appearances of the year, he registered a 2.23 ERA ... during that span of 44.1 innings, he allowed 43 hits and 11 walks while fanning out 30 batters ... struck out seven in five innings during his first start of the year to get the win at Florida A&M ... scattered two runs on four hits over six innings with six strikeouts to get the victory against Central Connecticut State ... followed that start with a zero-walk, eight-strikeout performance in six innings at UMES ... gave up only one run in 8.2 innings with no walks and five strikeouts against Princeton ... struck out a season-high 10 batters in a complete-game win versus Holy Cross ... tossed 8.2 innings of five-hit, shutout baseball in claiming victory over Army ... came out of the bullpen at George Mason and struck out two in a perfect 10th inning of work to earn his first-career save ... competed with the D.C. Grays of the Clark Griffith Collegiate Baseball League over the summer ... went 2-2 with a 3.23 ERA and tossed a complete-game shutout ... held the opposition to 23 hits over 30.2 innings of work ... issued only nine walks while striking out 30 batters.

    2005:
    Pitched in 10 games, nine of which were starts ... finished second on the team in games started ... posted a 2-5 record and 4.21 ERA in 51.1 innings of action ... his ERA placed 13th in the league, fifth among freshmen ... ranked second on the team in ERA ... led the team with three complete games which ranked him sixth in the league ... second on the team with 50 strikeouts, sixth in the Patriot League, while walking only 13 ... averaged 8.77 strikeouts per nine innings ... opponents hit .270 (55-for-204), lowest among Navy starters, ninth-best among league pitchers ... owned team's lowest ERA in Patriot League games (2.51) and most innings pitched (32.1) and strikeouts (34) ... led the league in strikeouts during Patriot League action ... ranked fifth in innings pitched and sixth in ERA in league play ... tied for the team-most complete games in league action with two ... struck out 8.5 batters for every walk (34 K/4 BB) in league play ... fanned 9.46 hitters per nine innings of Patriot League games ... opposing league batters hit at a .256 (32-for-125) clip, the lowest allowed by Midshipmen starters and seventh-lowest in the Patriot League ... held opponents to a .186 (8-for-43) with two outs in league action ... six of his nine starts on the season were quality starts (6+ IP, 3- ER) ... lone Navy pitcher to record 10-plus strikeouts in a game ... performed the act twice during his freshman season ... tossed seven innings of shutout baseball, walking one and fanning 10 versus Bucknell (4/3) ... struck out 10 batters while walking only one in six innings of work at Army (4/30) ... registered a 1.73 ERA during his four starts between March 19 and April 11 (26.0 IP) ... scattered six hits, walked none and struck out four in seven innings to pick up the win at Lehigh (4/24) ... first-collegiate appearance came against Air Force (2/26), his lone appearance out of the bullpen.

    High School:
    Attended Douglas Parkland High School ... lettered in baseball ... member of his baseball team that won the 2002 and '03 state championships ... served as the captain of his baseball team during both the 2002 and '03 seasons ... was named an all-county and all-state performer both years.

    Personal:
    Son of Mark and Harriet McCoy ... born April 3, 1985, in Washington, D.C. ... majoring in systems engineering.

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