2013: Finished with a 2-0 record, with a 4.29 ERA through five starts for the lumberjacks ... appeared in 10 games, logging 32.1 innings ... 19 strikeouts ... had his best start of the year vs. Grambling St. (3/13) allowing one run on six hits through six innings with four strikeouts ... season high six strikeouts veres Houston Baptist (4/2).
2012: Appeared in 14 games, making one start, as a sophomore ... posted a 0-1 record, with a 2.55 ERA, in 17.2 innings pitched ... .281 opponents batting average ... allowing 18 hits ... seven runs ... five earned runs ... nine strikeouts ... eight walks ... surrendered one double, one triple and two home runs on the season ... finished second on the team with four pickoffs ... nine scoreless appearances ... did not surrender a run in his first seven appearances starting with a scoreless inning verse Missouri State (2/24) and extending through to a scoreless inning at Texas-San Antonio (3/25/12) ... tossed a career-high three innings, surrendering five hits, two earned runs, with a walk and three strikeouts in start at Arkansas-Pine Buff (4/25/12).
2011: Appeared in eight games, making one start as a true freshman ... tossed 10.1 innings ... posted a 0-1 record ... four scoreless appearances ... made collegiate debut in season opener against Ark-Little Rock ... made first career start at Rice (5/4) ... recorded first scoreless appearance, tossing one inning, against at Houston (2/22) ... had three consecutive scoreless appearances against Texas Southern (3/16), Texas A&M (3/22), and Texas State (4/1).
High School: Developed into the team's ace as senior after earning third team all-district honors as a junior at third base ... guided A&M Consolidated three rounds deep in the Class 5A state playoffs, elevating the Tigers to No. 6 in the state at the end of the regular season in 2010 ... named to the TABC Class 5A all-state first team after a senior season that saw him finish the year with a 10-2 record and 1.69 ERA ... held hitters to just a .200 batting average on the year, fanning 81 batters and walking just 11 in 74.2 innings of work.