2010 LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2010 PING! BASEBALL FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA THIRD TEAM
2013 Season (Senior):Finished his career ranked fifth in the UC record book with 11 career saves ... ranked third in saves in a season with 10 in 2013 ... finished third in the BIG EAST with 10 saves on the season ... appeared in 22 games, making four starts ... pitched 40.0 innings and recorded 42 strikeouts on the season ... only allowed 13 walks ... collected a 4.95 ERA ... pitched 2.1 innings of scoreless baseball in the season finale against Notre Dame (5/18) ... recorded at least one strikeout in 12 straight relief appearances from 4/9-5/18 ... struck out the side in 1.0 inning pitched against Thomas More (4/24) ... did not allow a hit in three straight appearances (4/9-4/17) ... earned a season-high four strikeouts against Eastern Michigan (3/8) ... picked up a victory against New York Tech (3/2) with six strikeouts in five innings pitched.
2012 Season (Junior): Pitched in 13 games with eight starts ... posted a 7.12 ERA with 35 strikeouts in 36.2 innings ... was the team's No. 1 starter for the first four weeks of the season before missing at least three potential starts due to shoulder fatigue ... boasted a 2.33 ERA with 23 strikeouts in 19.1 innings pitched while holding opponents to just a .203 batting average before injury ... ranked tied for fifth in the BIG EAST Conference in strikeouts (23) and earned runs allowed (5) before the injury, as well as sixth in opponent batting average (.203), seventh in ERA (2.33) and hits allowed (15) and ninth in total runs allowed (8) ... did not allow an earned run in four appearances ... produced strikeout totals of eight vs. Georgetown (2/24), and six each vs. Oakland (3/2) and vs. Chicago State (3/9) ... threw season-best six innings in season opener vs. Indiana (2/18).
2011 Summer: Pitched for Hyannis Harbor Hawks of the Cape Cod League who finished the summer with a 29-15 record ... made four appearances, including two starts before an injury cut his summer season short ... threw 10 innings and was 1-0 while striking out nine.
2011 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in 15 games, including 11 starts ... ended season with 4-5 record with 4.54 ERA, one save and 56 strikeouts in 73.1 innings pitched ... limited opponents to .258 batting average ... strikeout total of 56 ranked second on team ... three times recorded season-best eight strikeouts: vs. Western Michigan (3/19), vs. Louisville (4/9) and vs. Villanova (4.21) ... pitched six innings, allowing no unearned runs and striking out six vs. Cleveland State (3/12) ... threw eight shutout innings while striking out eight batters (3/19) vs. WMU ... recorded seven strikeouts in six innings pitched at Georgetown (4/2) ... pitched three innings of relief to pick up save in season finale vs. UConn (5/21) to help UC clinch BIG EAST Championship berth.
2010 Season (Freshman): Named a Louisville Slugger and Freshman All-American ... Third-Team Freshman All-America selection by Ping!Baseball.com ... set the BIG EAST single-season record with a 0.62 ERA in league-only games, breaking Chris Noonan's record of 0.81 set during the 2003 season while playing for Seton Hall ... finished as the league leader in conference-only play not only in ERA, but in opponents batting average (.208), hits allowed (22), runs allowed (5), earned runs allowed (2), and walks allowed (1) ... made 15 appearances, including four starts ... owned a 1.93 ERA in 46.2 innings of work and struck out 40 batters ... of 46 hits allowed, he gave up just 11 extra-base hits ... picked up his first career win in 3.1 innings of relief against LeMoyne College (3/10) ... went 5.2 innings of relief against West Virginia (5/1) allowing just two hits and striking out six to pick up the win, which started a 24.2 innings streak without allowing an earned run ... threw a complete game in his first career start at No. 20 Connecticut, becoming UC's first freshman to toss a complete game since Dan Osterbrock in May of 2006 ... struck out a career-high nine batters in eight innings of work leading UC to a win over No. 22 Pittsburgh (5/16).
High School: First-team all-Southeastern Pennsylvania his senior year ... first-team all-conference selection in his junior and senior seasons ... named Most Valuable Player in his conference during senior campaign ... two-time first-team Courier Times Golden Team selection during his junior and senior seasons ... finished his career with a 15-1 record, a 1.29 ERA, and 152 strikeouts.
Personal: Born Feb. 14, 1991 ... son of Michael and Theresa Strenge ... majoring in communication.