A talented young southpaw with outstanding potential ... The ball jumps out of his hand ... Pitches with excellent velocity and movement ... Has a plus slider ... Lacked a consistent command of his pitches as a freshman, but has concentrated his efforts on improving in that area ... Gained some valuable experience during both the season and the summer in 2006 ... Missed some valuable time during the fall with a sore shoulder, but was able to get in some bullpen and side sessions once he was cleared ... Has what it takes to earn a weekend spot in rotation if he shows control of his pitches during the preseason ...Tech's coaches are expecting big things from him.
2005-06: Pitched in 12 games, six as a starter ... Saw brief action in the opening game against Campbell ... Pitched 0.1 inning in relief ... Walked a batter, but did not give up a run or a hit ... Made his first collegiate start at Liberty ... Gave up four hits and four runs in three innings, taking the loss ... Walked five batters and struck out one ... Worked an inning against Miami, allowing one run on one hit and striking out two batters ... Also fanned two in 1.1 innings in game one against FSU ... Allowed a run in a second appearance against the 'Noles ... Started home game against Richmond ... Gave up six hits and five runs (three earned) in three innings, but did not figure in the decision ... Pitched two scoreless innings in second Wake Forest game, striking out three batters ... Made his first ACC start in second Georgia Tech game ... Pitched 3.2 innings in a loss ... Was pulled after 1.1 innings in start at UNC after walking five batters ... Gave up just three hits in five innings during start at Clemson, but walked six and took his third loss ... Pitched two scoreless innings against Charlotte ... Finished the season 0-3 with a 7.94 earned run average.
High School: Lettered four seasons as a pitcher for Coach Scott Rowland at Oakton ... Helped team to a 72-22 record and two district titles during his varsity career ... Posted a 6-1 record and 1.11 earned run average as a senior ... Struck out 103 batters in 57 innings, while walking 29 ... Earned first-team all-district and all-region honors ... Compiled a 2.89 ERA as a junior and a 1.30 mark his sophomore year when he was 8-0 ... Registered four career no-hitters, including an 18-strikeout gem against Herndon in the 2005 Concorde District championship game.
Personal: Evan Scott Frederickson ... Born 9/23/86 in Santa Monica, CA ... Son of Tony and Nancy Frederickson ... Enrolled in general engineering.