2012: Made 16 appearances, including six starts...Went 4-4 with a 4.38 earned run average in 39.0 innings of work...Struck out 36 batters...Allowed one hit and one walk with three strikeouts in three scoreless innings of relief en route to his first career win at VMI on Feb. 26...Took the hard-luck loss, allowing one run on one hit in three innings at James Madison on March 4...Fired three scoreless innings in his first collegiate start, earning a "staff game" win over Rider on March 6...Did not allow a hit or a walk in three scoreless innings of relief at Fairleigh Dickinson on March 10...Struck out six straight batters to end his appearance when the game was called due to darkness...Ceded two earned runs in five innings of work against North Dakota State at the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational on March 14...Earned the win after allowing one earned run in 2.1 innings of relief in the win at South Florida on March 18...Scattered two hits and one earned run over four innings to earn a win at Penn on March 24...Turned in two hitless innings of relief in Game 2 against Bucknell on April 29...Fired a scoreless frame in Game 1 at Marist on May 5.
2011: Made seven appearances out of the bullpen, totaling 6.0 innings of work...Posted a 6.00 earned run average...Compiled six strikeouts...Worked four straight hitless outings - 3.1 innings - from March 16-April 27...Struck out all three batters he faced against Long Island on April 3...Pitched a hitless inning against Le Moyne on May 7.
2010: Made four relief appearances and finished the season with a 2.25 ERA...totaled 4.0 innings of work and struck out four batters...made first appearance of the season against Rider (3/9) and struck out only batter he faced...did not allow an earned run in a season-high 1.2 innings of work at St. Joseph's (4/6) to go along with a season-best two strikeouts...pitched 1.1 innings of one-run ball against Navy (5/2).
At Cold Spring Harbor: All-county and all-conference player at Cold Spring Harbor...went 8-1 on the mound during his senior season and was a NYSSWAA all-star mention.
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