2014: Made 14 appearances with 13 starts throwing 85.2 innings (most among weekend starters) with a 3-5 record and 3.57 ERA. Tossed at-least six innings in 12 of 13 starts including his last 10-straight, all in Conference USA play with nine of those 13 outing resulting in a quality start ... compiled his best start of the year hurling a career-high 129 pitches during a complete-game 2-0 shutout over Tulane posting a three-hitter with seven strikeouts ... was the middle man in the Niners' school-record of tossing three-straight complete games with Brock Hudgens and Ryan Butler ... eclipsed the century mark in pitches eight times. Tied a career-high with 10 strikeouts during 6.1 innings of work against Evansville in game one of a doubleheader on April 4th. Graduated with the all-time record for pickoffs in a career with 16 ... sixth-most starts in Niner history with 46 ... seventh in opponents batting average at .245 ... ninth in all-time career strikeouts with 224 and ninth in innings pitched with 298.2.
2013: Battled back from injury to make seven late-season appearances, including three starts at the end of the season, including one in the A-10 Tournament... Lost his only decision of the year, giving up just one earned run in five innings in the A-10 Championship (game one) to Saint Louis... His .234 batting average against is fourth-lowest in program history, while his 3.63 career ERA is 12th all-time at Charlotte... Threw season-high five innings in last two starts of season, finishing with a season-high 84 pitches on 5/25.
2012: Tossed seven innings for his only win of the season in the opening weekend, 2/18 against Saint Peter's... Tossed seven shutouts innings, giving up just four hits and an unearned run in the 5-2 win... Started the first five weekends, missed one start and pitched his last game of the season on 3/17 in a start cut short to 0.2 innings at USC Upstate... Tossed a season-high 101 pitches in home loss to Wagner on 3/3, the first of three straight losses... Did not allow an earned run in only relief appearance of the season, a 1.2-inning appearance at Rhode Island on 3/24... Struck out at least one hitter in all but final appearance of the year, topping out at five K's on 3/3. Sits eighth in program history with an opponent batting average against mark of .234 in 30 starts and 35 appearances... His 162 career strikeouts are 17th-most in program history.
2011: Atlantic 10 Conference Pitcher of the Week, 3/14 and 4/11... Led Charlotte with three complete games (9-1, 3-1 and 4-2 wins), not allowing an earned run in Charlotte's 3-1 win over Rhode Island on 3/26... Allowed just six earned runs and 31 hits in first eight starts, a span of 59 innings (an ERA of 0.92 at that point of the season)... Finished third on the team with seven wins, finishing with a 3.23 earned run average... Won seven games in his first eight starts before being slowed by injury for the majority of May, coming back for a game in the last weekend of the regular season... Earned first career save in NCAA Postseason, a 3-2 win over No. 19 Arkansas... He struck out three and allowed one hit in 1.2 innings for the program's third postseason save... Team was 9-4 in his 13 appearances (8-4 in his 12 starts)... Started three of Charlotte's 11 shutouts... Allowed one run or fewer in six of 12 starts (four times without allowing a run)... Struck out nine batters in three of first five starts... Eight hits was the most he allowed in a game (twice)... Allowed fewer hits than innings pitched in first eight starts, with five or fewer hits in first seven starts... Led team with three pickoffs...
2010: Freshman All-America by Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger... Baseball America Freshman All-America Second Team... Second-Team Freshman All-America by Ping!Baseball.com... Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team... A-10 Rookie of the Week, April 5.
Led Charlotte with a 6-3 mark as the Friday starter in conference weekend series for the Niners in 2010... He led the team with the six victories, a conference-best 3.48 ERA, 85.1 innings and 75 strikeouts in a team-high 12 starts this season... A .250 opponent batting average against was second-best in the league... His innings total was ninth-highest in the Atlantic 10 Conference, and he was eighth in the league in total strikeouts... He struck out 10 batters in a game twice this season (both at home), the first player to reach a double-digit strikeout total in the new stadium, which opened in 2007... He was one of just 13 pitchers named to the Freshmen All-America list by Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger... Made 15 appearances, winning his first collegiate appearance, a 4.2-inning outing in relief against Buffalo on February 27... Team was 11-4 in games in which he appeared... Last 12 appearances were starts... Lost his first career start, leaving after 4.2 innings at home to Austin Peay on March 13... Longest career outing was 7.1 innings at home to Dayton in a 5-1 win on April 16... Started all nine conference series openers and opening game of conference tournament... Record was 4-1 against conference teams in the regular season... Struck out a career-high 10 batters twice, the first 49er to record double-figure strikeouts since Adam Mills in 2007... Allowed a run in all but one outing, and in each of his 12 starts... Allowed one or no earned runs in five of 12 starts... Never allowed double-digit hits in any game this season, including his last 11 appearances, where he lasted 5.1 innings or more... Strikeout-to-walk ratio was better than 3-1 (75:23)... Earned a decision in his last five appearances... Eclipsed the 100-pitch mark in nine of his starts, surpassing 85 pitches in all 12 starts... Led the pitching staff with 10 putouts... Athletic Director's List (Fall).
At Olympic - Was a four-year All-Queen City Conference pitcher for the Trojans, earning one All-State award and a pair of Conference Player of the Year awards... Played for the third-place squad in the State Games of North Carolina in 2008.
Personal - Parents are Stephanie and Mark Roberts... Has a sister, Lauren... Major is criminal justice... Born December 22.
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