Left Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 219
Year: Senior
Hometown: Collingswood, N.J.
High School: Collingswood


2016 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team

2016 Saint Joseph's Co-Rookie of the Year

2018: Missed the season due to injury.

2017: Posted a 2-1 record with a 3.33 earned run average in 10 appearances...Made seven starts on the year...His 5-to-1 K/BB ratio was good for 44th in the country, while his 0.98 BB/9 ranked him sixth in Division I...Allowed two runs and scattered eight hits in seven and two-thirds innings against Bryant on March 26...Struck out five and walked none in four innings of relief to earn the win against Richmond on April 23.

2016: Earned Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors on May 23...Also tabbed Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball Pitcher of the Week on March 8, May 10, and May 23...Led the conference and ranked ninth nationally with a 7.1-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio...Ranked second on the squad in innings pitched and strikeouts and third in earned run average...Pitched at least six innings in each of his last nine starts in the regular season...Had seven outings of at least five innings and two or fewer earned runs allowed...Allowed one earned run and struck out 10 in five innings of relief at South Florida on March 5...Tossed eight innings, allowing two runs on four hits, at Saint Louis on April 22...Also went eight strong at La Salle on May 7 and against St. Bonaventure on May 19.

High School: Earned First Team All-Conference honors in each of his last two seasons…Was also selected to the Carpenter Cup as a junior and senior…Was 10-4 with a sub-1.40 earned run average over his final two seasons…Also hit .448 with three home runs and nine doubles as a senior…Took part in the 2015 American Legion World Series…Named to the All-Tournament Team at both the 2014 Wooden Bat National Championship and the 2015 American Legion New Jersey State Championship.

Personal: Son of Linda and Charles Rollins…Majoring in business…Uncle, Chris, was drafted by the Chicago Cubs.

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