By GoLeopards.com featured columnist Mandy Housenick
Katelyn Arnold and Trevor Houck both carry a GPA over 3.8
Lafayette led the league with the most baseball players selected
Leopards are currently one game out of playoff contention with four league games remaining
Leopards slip to fifth place in the Patriot League standings
2016: Made 13 appearances on the mound, including eight starts, to log a career-high 48.0 innings for the Maroon and White…was one of three team captains…struck out three over two scoreless relief innings in Lafayette’s home opener against Fairleigh Dickinson (3/8)…matched a career-high with seven strong innings against Penn (4/5), allowing only one earned run on six hits while striking out five…that began a stretch of three straight quality starts…surrendered two earned runs over six innings against league-leading Navy (4/11) and registered his second collegiate win against Bucknell (4/17) after giving up three runs over seven innings, fanning four and failing to walk a batter…his 48 innings pitched were the second-most on the team.
2015: Appeared in six games on the season as a pitcher, starting five of those games…struck out four batters in his appearance against The Citadel (3/15) …fanned a season-high six hitters against Holy Cross (3/29), allowing three earned runs in 4 2/3 innings…allowed only one run in three innings of work against Rutgers (4/14)…Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2014: As a freshman, led the team by a wide margin with a .174 batting average against...Allowed only 20 hits and eight walks over 32.2 innings spanning four starts and seven relief appearances...Went 1-2 with a 2.48 ERA and 22 strikeouts...Debuted with 2.2 perfect innings at VMI...Gave up six runs on eight hits over 4.2 innings in two appearances versus Penn, taking the loss on April 2...Made his first start versus Villanova, allowing one unearned run over three innings...Earned his first win on April 20 versus Bucknell, allowing just two unearned runs on two hits over 6.2 frames while fanning five...Followed that with a hard-luck loss at Lehigh, lasting seven innings but surrendering just six hits and two earned runs...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
At Westminister: 2012-13 All-County selection...2013 All-Baltimore Metro choice...2013 Rawlings Atlantic Region Honorable Mention... Carroll County Player of the Year...part of Westminster's 4A State Championship team as a sophomore.