Ruck posts 4.0 GPA
Bullpen hurls 4.1 scoreless frames in twin bill
Senior right-hander fired a complete game two-hitter
Seven-run second guides Leopards to game two victory
Santomauro pounds four hits
2012: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...Made 14 appearances, including 11 starts...Went 1-6 with an 8.37 earned run average in 47.1 innings of work...Struck out 30 batters...Earned a win after scattering six hits and two runs over five innings at VMI on Feb. 25...Worked four innings in game two of a doubleheader at James Madison on March 3...Tossed 5.2 innings at Fairleigh Dickinson on March 10...Went four innings at South Florida on March 17...Pitched a perfect inning of relief against Wagner on March 21...Went 2.2 innings at Penn on March 24...Worked a scoreless inning in relief against La Salle on March 27...Struck out five batters in 4.2 innings at Lehigh on March 31...Ceded two earned runs in 5.2 frames, striking out five, in Game 2 at Army on April 14.
2011: Made 14 appearances, including 10 starts, totaling 55.1 innings of work...Went 3-4 with a 5.37 earned run average...Notched 39 strikeouts...Did not allow an earned run in two innings of relief at La Salle on March 2...Started and got the win, scattering six hits and two runs over six innings at Cal State Northridge on March 13...Pitched a perfect frame in the 13-inning win at NJIT on March 30...Worked into the eighth, allowing four earned runs, to beat Lehigh on April 9...Was victorious after not allowing an earned run in 5.2 innings against Holy Cross on April 17.
2010: Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...made two starts and logged 7.2 innings of work with five strikeouts.
2009: Started four of the 16 games in which he pitched...finished the season with a 5.60 ERA...struck out 20 batters in 35.1 innings of work while walking 16...made first collegiate appearance in season opener at Ohio (2/21)...earned first start against Maryland Eastern Shore (3/8) pitched five shutout innings...did not give up a run in 3.2 innings of relief at Navy (3/29)...also did not give up an earned run in 2.2 innings of work against Holy Cross (4/19) while striking out a season-high four batters.
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