A veteran player who throws strikes ... Is Tech's most experienced pitcher in ACC competition ... Had the second most starts (11) and third-highest innings pitched (68.1) last season ... Was one of the biggest surprises for the Hokies in 2005 when he broke into the starting rotation ... Pitched into the seventh inning during three of his first four collegiate starts ... Competes on the mound ... Has some velocity to go with a good changeup ... Will be counted on to provide consistent and competitive outings each week.
2005-06: Saw action in 17 games, including 11 as a starter ... Was 3-7 with a 6.85 ERA ... Worked five innings of scoreless relief to pick up a win in game two at Campbell ... Allowed just three hits ... Had 4.2 innings of scoreless relief against West Virginia with five strikeouts ... Made his first start in game three against Towson ... Wasn't sharp, but picked up a win ... Went five innings, allowing five runs on eight hits ... Started at JMU and took his first loss, giving up 10 runs (six earned) in four innings ... Picked up a loss in game three against FSU despite allowing just four runs in seven innings ... Pitched a career-high 8.1 innings against BC but did not get a decision ... Struck out nine and allowed four runs (two earned) on five hits ... Gave up a career-high 12 hits in opening game loss at Wake Forest ... Pitched three shutout innings of relief in final game against GT ... Won in relief against ASU ... Started and went 6.2 innings in loss at UNC ... Lasted just 1.2 innings in starts against both Duke and Clemson, picking up a pair of losses ... Pitched six innings against Campbell but did not figure in the decision ... Allowed three runs in a relief stint against Charlotte ... Started and lost game three at Virginia.
2004-05: Appeared in a total of 14 games, including eight starts ... Compiled a 3-2 record and 6.71 ERA ... Made his first five appearances out of the bullpen ... Worked a total of 56.1 innings ... Hurled four shutout innings of relief at George Mason ... Gave up three hits and four runs in a one-inning stint against UNC ... Picked up his first win with four innings of relief against JMU ... Allowed three runs in 6.2 innings at N.C. State in his first collegiate start ... Suffered a loss to Miami before picking up a win and a career-high seven strikeouts vs. Liberty ... Worked 7.1 innings allowing one run in a no-decision against ETSU ... Lasted just 0.2 innings in a no-decision at Duke, then came back with 5.1 innings for win over Clemson ... Held Wake to two earned runs in seven innings but did not get a decision.
2003-04: Made the team as a walk-on and saw action in nine games, all in relief ... Pitched 11 innings on the way to an 0-1 record ... Finished with a 10.64 earned run average after giving up 10 of his 13 runs in two outings ... Carried a 3.24 ERA in his other seven appearances ... His only decision was a loss against Duquesne.
High School: Lettered three seasons as a pitcher/first baseman for Coach Bill Stoops at Deer Lakes High ... Posted a 6-2 record on the mound his senior season ... Struck out 60 batters and walked just 13 during 53 innings of work ... Carried a .345 batting average ... Earned first-team all-section honors ... Earned extra effort award from KDKA and was a first-team pitcher on the Valley News Dispatch all-star team ... Lettered three years as a forward on the basketball team ... A member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Gregory Michael Fryman ... Born 9/8/84 in Pittsburgh, PA ... Son of Bob and Linda Fryman ... Enrolled in industrial and systems engineering.