Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Collegeville, Pa.
High School: Methacton


2013: Posted career bests in wins, innings pitched, and strikeouts as the Hawks’ Saturday starter...Ranked second on the squad in innings pitched and third in wins and strikeouts...Pitched into the seventh to earn his first win of the season March 9 against Central Connecticut... Tossed first career complete game against Fordham on March 28... Struck out eight and scattered six hits in an 11-1 win over the Rams... Earned Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball Pitcher of the Week honors on April 2...Went eight-plus innings three times...Fanned a career-high 11 in eight innings against Xavier on May 4...Named to the Big 5 All-Academic Team and earned SJU’s Scholar-Athlete Award.

2012: Tied for the team lead in starts with 15...That mark also tied him for the fourth-most starts in a single season in school history...Made one relief appearance...Allowed one unearned run in seven innings but earned a no-decision in SJU’s win over Bucknell on March 24 ...Pitched into the seventh, allowing two runs and fanning five, in SJU’s 13-inning win at Saint Louis on April 5.

2011: Posted a 1-1 record as a midweek starter and bullpen option…Made eight appearances, including four starts… Notched his first career win as the Hawks knocked off La Salle, 6-2, at Campbell’s Field on May 10…Allowed just three hits in the outing… Received the team’s Academic Award.

High School: Made the varsity team as a freshman before earning First Team All-League honors each of his final three seasons...Also selected First Team All-Area as a senior... Helped team to Suburban One Conference crown as a sophomore...Played in the Carpenter Cup as a sophomore and junior...Lettered in basketball.

Personal: Majoring in business...Son of Jennifer and Bruce Carter.
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