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Kasey Karr

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Warren, Ohio

High School:
Warren-Champion

Height:
5-10

Position:
P/IF

B/T:
R/R

Kasey Karr

2009: Named to All-Patriot League Second Team...moved up to No. 2 in school history for career wins (31) and needs five more to claim the record...threw program's first no-hitter since inception of the Patriot League...second on the team in runs and third in hits...posted multi-hit outings in three consecutive contests at Rebel Spring Games (3/16-3/20) ...pitched complete nine-inning game against St. Peter's for first win of season...threw five-inning no-hitter in 8-0 win against Army in conference season opener (3/27)...retired six Black Knight batters (3/28) the next day in eight-inning game while hitting for a .333 clip in series, including season-high three doubles on 3-for-4 outing in final game...pitched two complete games at Bucknell (4/4-4/5) for both wins in the series split...delivered season-high seven strikeouts versus St. Joseph's (4/8)...during six-game hitting streak, went 11-for-15 with nine runs and three RBI in doubleheaders against St. Peter's (4/29) and Fairleigh Dickinson (4/30)...limited Lehigh to one run and four hits in Patriot League Tournament quarterfinals...came in as relief pitcher and held Colgate (5/8) scoreless over five innings during Leopards' rally win...held Bucknell (5/8) to one run and struck out seven in a complete game to advance to championship series...shutout Lehigh over seven innings in championship game before losing in extra innings...named Patriot League All-Tournament.

2008: Only conference player named to both the All-Patriot League First and Second teams...received First Team accolades as a designated player and was named to the Second Team as a pitcher...was the Leopards' designated player in every game she did not pitch...tied for team lead with 50 hits, also a Lafayette single-season record...had 14 multiple-hit games...second on the team with eight home runs...sixth on Lafayette's career wins list (23) and fourth in strikeouts (153)...threw a team-high 13 complete games, including four extra-inning contests...homered in first at-bat of the season against Penn (3/1)...finished doubleheader against Drexel (3/25) 3-for-7, including a double and scoring three runs...hit a two-run homer against Rider (4/1) and finished with three RBI...finished the series split against Lehigh (4/5-4/6) with three home runs and team-high seven RBI...held the Mountain Hawks scoreless until their only two runs in the sixth inning in the 7-2 Lafayette win...drove in three of six runs scored in 13-inning victory over Holy Cross (4/13) with a 4-for-6 effort at the plate...received Patriot League Pitcher of the Week nod after matching a career-high 10 strikeouts against the Crusaders (4/13-14) in 20 innings for a 1.40 ERA...had a home run, a pair of doubles and six RBI in series sweep against Colgate (4/19-20)...named conference Pitcher of the Week after allowing five runs in 10 innings against St. Peter's...was 2-for-3 with two RBI against Army (5/10) in the Patriot League Tournament.

2007: Earned All-Patriot League Second-Team honors...started 24 games in the circle and 15 as the designated player...set a new single-season record with 12 wins in the circle... second in single-season wins all-time list...recorded a 4.32 ERA in 149 innings pitched...eight of 10 RBI came against Patriot League opponents...had eight-multiple hit games...went 3-for-5 at the plate against Fairleigh Dickinson (4/10) with one RBI...was 3-for-5 in final game of Colgate (4/21-4/22) series...scored two runs and had one RBI, going 2-for-2 against Army (4/28).


Year       Avg  GP-GS    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   TB  SLG%  BB HBP  SO GDP   OB%  SF  SH  SB-ATT   PO   A   E  FLD%
2007....  .270  44-43   122   11   33   5   0   1   13   41  .336  10   2  18   0  .333   1   4   4-5      6  81   2  .978
2008....  .307  51-51   163   28   50  13   0   8   35   87  .534  13   1  18   1  .362   0   5   2-3      8  56   3  .955
2009....  .317  46-46   142   29   45   9   0   2   15   60  .423   8   0  15   0  .351   1   7   0-0     12  59   4  .947
2010....  .329  47-47   149   33   49   9   0   9   22   85  .570  18   1  14   0  .402   1   1   7-8     57  77   3  .978
TOTAL...  .307 188-187  576  101  177  36   0  20   85  273  .474  49   4  65   1  .364   3  17  13-16    83 273  12  .967

Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2007.... 4.32 12-12 32 24 16 1/0 1 149.0 194 111 92 29 61 35 6 5 689 .309 10 7 0 4 21 2008.... 3.30 11-9 30 24 13 1/0 0 148.2 182 91 70 43 92 24 4 16 687 .301 6 9 0 3 27 2009.... 3.04 10-15 30 24 20 2/0 0 165.2 186 99 72 45 107 24 1 15 755 .277 11 11 0 3 24 2010.... 3.39 10-15 29 24 21 1/0 1 163.1 177 101 79 66 118 30 6 7 749 .266 8 5 0 2 10 TOTAL... 3.50 43-51 121 96 70 5/0 2 626.2 739 402 313 183 378 113 17 43 2880 .288 35 32 0 12 82

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