18 Andrew Aizenstadt
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    • r-Senior
    • 6' 3"
    • 195 lbs.
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    • Norwell/Babson College
    • Norwell, Mass.
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    YearERAW-LAppGSCGSHO/CBOSVIPHRERBBSO2B3BHRBFB/AvgWPHBPSFASHAPOAEFLD%
    20125.682-316800/0058.26641372252622274.28179172102.857

    Updated: July 24, 2012

    2012: Was one of three Hokies named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... Appeared in 16 games overall and made eight starts … Posted a 2-3 record with a 5.68 ERA … Threw a total of 58.2 innings, second on the team, and struck out a team-high tying 52 batters … In games out of pen, inherited six runners and allowed just one to score … Finished the season 193rd in the NCAA in Strikeouts Per Nine Innings at 7.97 … Threw three innings of relief against Bradley (2/18), struck out five batters and allowed one unearned run ... Picked up the win in relief versus West Virginia (2/24) after allowing just one earned run in 2.1 innings pitched and striking out five as Tech rallied for the win ... Tossed a season-high 4.1 innings in first Hokie start, allowing just two earned runs and striking out two at High Point (2/28) ... Struck out the side in the seventh against Yale (3/3-G2) ... Threw 3.1 innings of relief at Virginia (3/9), allowing two runs on two hits while striking out three ... Tossed a scoreless frame with two strikeouts versus Radford (3/13) ... Threw 4.1 innings of relief against Cornell (3/20), allowing just one unearned run and striking out five to pick up his second win of the season ... In first ACC start, took the loss after allowing five runs over 6.1 frames while striking out four ... Struggled in start at Florida State (4/1), getting just two outs in first frame and allowing six earned runs ... Tossed 5.2 frames in start against Boston College (4/7), allowed four runs on seven hits and struck out four in a no-decision ... Set a season-high in innings pitch (8.0) and strikeouts (7) while shutting down Miami for eight frames - just three hits and a walk - but allowed a lead-off walk in the ninth that scored off the reliever ... Was named to the College Baseball 360 Primetime Performer Honor Roll for his effort ... Threw five innings and allowed four runs in a start at Wake Forest (4/21), but did not factor in decision ... Struggled in start versus Maryland (4/27), allowing five runs on nine hits over 4.1 innings with a pair of strikeouts ... Tossed six frames and allowed just two runs with a season-high nine strikeouts in start versus NC State (5/11) … Lasted just three innings at North Carolina (5/17) after allowing five earned runs on seven hits.

    2008 – 2011 (at Babson College): Compiled an overall 17-4 mark for the Beavers in 26 starts and earned two saves in three relief appearances … Posted a 2.73 ERA in 178 innings with 157 strikeouts, nine complete games and three shutouts … In just three full seasons at Babson, ended second on the school’s all-time list for wins and third in strikeouts … Was named first-team all-conference in 2008, 2009 and 2011, earned the NEWMAC rookie of the year (2008), and was a two-time All-New England honoree … In 2008, was 5-1 in eight starts (one complete game shutout) with a 2.82 ERA in 51.0 innings and 36 strikeouts … In 2009, was 8-1 in nine starts (six complete games) and earned a save in two relief appearances … Posted a 2.58 ERA in 69.2 innings with 71 strikeouts … In 2011, was 4-2 in eight starts (two complete game shutouts) and earned a save in only relief appearance … Had a 2.56 ERA in 56.1 innings with 49 strikeouts.

    High School: Pitched for Coach Tom Jacobs at Norwell High, earning varsity letters his last three seasons … Also, lettered three years while on the golf team.

    Personal: Andrew Mendel Aizenstadt … Born 8/4/89 in Weymouth, Mass. … Son of Michael and Patricia Aizenstadt … Enrolled in graduate program – business administration.

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