Freshman RHP tosses career high 6 2-3 innings of one-run, three-hit baseball
Quinn leads with two RBIs
Cincinnati baseball shaved their heads and raised $10,000 for the Vs. Cancer Foundation to help fight childhood cancer - April 26, 2015
2015 Season (Redshirt Junior): Overcame an injury to make his season debut in the final game of the season, going 2/3 of an inning with a strikeout against Memphis in the American Athletic Conference Championship in Clearwater, Florida (5/20).
2013 Season (Redshirt Freshman): Made 22 appearances from the bullpen with 37.2 innings pitched ... was second on the team with a 2.87 ERA ... held opponents to a .290 batting average ... produced a 3-4 record ... only allowed 12 earned runs ... struck out 20 batters ... picked up the win in a 6-4 victory over Butler (5/14) with 2.0 innings pitched and two strikeouts ... recorded four strikeouts at Miami (Ohio) (5/1) ... earned the victory over Thomas More (4/24) while not allowing a hit ... pitched three strikeouts and no walks against BIG EAST rival Louisville at Great American Ball Park (4/6) ... picked up his first win of the season against Western Carolina (2/24) with two strikeouts and no hits allowed.
2012 Season (Freshman): Appeared in five games with one start, totaling 9 2/3 innings pitched with three strikeouts ... made first collegiate start at Butler (5/20) and allowed six earned runs on seven hits with two strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings ... pitched a scoreless 2/3 of an inning vs. Indiana (2/18) with one strikeout in collegiate debut.
High School: Named a 2011 Indiana All-Star and an all-state honorable mention senior season at McCutcheon High School, where he was three-year letterwinner ... two-time all-Hoosier Crossroad Conference selection and twice was named all-area ... recorded a 16-5 career record with a 2.77 ERA, 118 strikeouts, 134 innings ... threw 12 complete games in three seasons ... batted.359 with five HR, 46 RBI, 12 doubles, three triples for his career.
Personal: Full name is Bryan Richard Chenoweth ... son of Dave and Cheri Chenoweth.