36 - Tommy Moran
Tommy Moran
Height: 5-11
Weight: 175
Year: Sr.
Hometown: West Islip, N.Y.
High School: West Islip
Position: RHP
Major: Business Administration

CAREER STATISTICS

2012: Enters the his senior year as a key member of the starting rotation ... had a fantastic fall season and threw the ball as well as he has in his previous seasons ... has a live fastball and a good breaking ball that should enable him to put away opposing hitters ... has matured on the mound and provides good leadership to the young pitching staff.

2011: Made seven appearances including three starts during the year ... went 1-1 with a 6.61 ERA ... opened his season with a season-high six innings in the start against Denison ... finished the year striking out five in his 16.1 innings of work ... his ERA in his four relief appearances was 1.76 as he allowed a run in 5.1 innings with two strikeouts and two walks.

2010: Came out of the bullpen to make nine appearances during the season ... threw 10.2 innings and finished with a record of 0-1 ... struck out 10 hitters during the campaign ... had five scoreless appearances that covered nine of his 10.2 innings pitched ... had two early season appearances that skewed his season statistics ... tied a career-high three innings of work when he blanked Gettysburg on one hit on March 18 ... his final two appearances of the year may have been his best as he was perfect in two innings with two strikeouts in the April 20 win over Immaculata and then tossed a scoreless inning with two strikeouts in the May 6 game against Ferrum.

2009: Make six appearances as a freshman with all his innings coming out of the pen ... tossed 9.1 innings and recorded 12 strikeouts ... had his best outing of the season in the March 1 win over Catholic has he threw a scoreless inning in his second collegiate appearance ... struck out a career-high four batters in the March 7 win over Gallaudet.

Personal: Is the son of Barry and Mary Jane Moran ... is a Business Administration major ... lists his father Barry as the person he most admires ... lists New York Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter as his favorite professional athlete.

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