Is still trying to work his way back from elbow surgery that caused him to miss the 2004 season ... Showed progress during the fall of 2004 and made two brief appearances last April before experiencing more discomfort ... Has continued to work on improving his arm and shoulder strength, as well as his stamina ... Pitched well during some limited work this past fall ... Showed an excellent ability to locate his pitches, including a plus splitter, when he was healthy ... Will proceed cautiously with hopes of returning to the setup role that he excelled in as a freshman.
2004-05: Began the season throwing in the bullpen and batting practice ... Made two appearances in mid-April ... Pitched 1.2 innings against VCU and one inning versus Radford before being sidelined again by elbow pain and a sore shoulder ... Allowed one hit and one run in his short stint and did not have a decision.
2003-04: Underwent elbow surgery in January and missed the entire 2004 season.
2002-03: Made the team as a walk-on and pitched in 18 games as a middle reliever ... Posted a 3-1 record and 4.66 earned run average ... Worked a season-high 5.1 innings of scoreless relief against Boston College ... Picked up wins against Charleston Southern, Morehead State and Radford ... Allowed one unearned run during 4.2 innings of relief at West Virginia ... Twelve of the 16 runs he gave up during the season came in three outings ... Held opponents to a .266 batting average.
High School: Lettered four seasons as a pitcher and shortstop at Broadway High, where he played for coaches Mel Morris and Yates Hall ... Carried a .360 batting average his senior year with two home runs and 15 runs batted in ... Posted four homers as a junior when he hit .410 and drove in 25 runs ... Earned second-team all-district recognition that season ... Also lettered in basketball, football and track ... A member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Scott Lee Stoehr ... Born 10/11/83 in Harrisonburg, VA ... Son of Terry Stoehr and Lisa Stoehr ... Is majoring in management.