- 6' 3
- 210 lbs.
- High School/Other
- Wolfson/Indian River CC
- Jacksonville, Fla.
Updated: July 24, 2012
2012: Appeared in 12 games overall and made four starts … Posted an 0-1 record and combined on two shutouts with a 6.11 ERA … Threw a total of 28.0 innings and struck out 30 batters … Opponents batted just .225 against him … Struck out at least two in eight games … In first three starts (15.0 IP) allowed just two earned runs before injury limited him to the bullpen … In seven relief appearances, threw at least 1.0 innings seven times and did not allow an earned run four times … Tossed a career-high tying seven innings in the season opener versus Bradley (2/17) with eight strikeouts and allowed just two hits and one earned run ... Threw four frames versus West Virginia (2/24), striking out five and not allowing a hit ... Tossed four innings at Virginia (3/9), allowing just one run on two hits with four strikeouts ... Suffered the loss in the series opener at Georgia Tech (3/16), allowing nine runs in four innings with three strikeouts ... In first game back in almost a month, allowed two runs in one frame versus Miami (4/13) with one strikeout ... Struck out two Wildcats in an inning of work, but did allow two runs versus Davidson (4/24) ... In midweek games versus NC A&T and VMI (5/1-2), tossed 2.2 scoreless innings with four strikeouts ... Threw 1.1 innings with a strikeout against NC State (5/12) ... Also tossed 1.1 innings versus Liberty (5/15) … Allowed two earned runs in 0.2 innings of work at North Carolina (5/17).
2011: Appeared in a team-high 24 games out of the pen and had one start … Had a 2-1 record and two saves, combined on one shutout and posted a 3.71 ERA … Threw a total of 51 innings and struck out 41 batters … Opponents batted just .228 against him … Threw at least two innings in 15 outings and went at least one in 20 … Did not allow an earned run on 16 occasions … Struck out at least two batters in 10 appearances … Did not allow a triple or home run all season and surrendered just six doubles … Finished tied for fourth in ACC-only appearances with 16 … Threw two innings of relief versus Tennessee Tech (2/19) with two strikeouts ... Struck out three in three scoreless innings of relief against Niagara (2/26-G1) to earn first save of his career ... Earned a win after 4.0 scoreless frames in a 15-0 combined shutout of Bryant (3/5-G1), striking out four ... Pitched two scoreless innings at Florida Atlantic (3/8) with two punch outs ... At Miami, did not allow a run in two appearances, 1.2 innings with a strikeout (3/12) and 0.2 with two strikeouts (3/13) ... Threw three scoreless frames against North Carolina (3/18) with one strikeout, pushing his scoreless streak to over 14 innings ... Tar Heels ended the streak on Sunday (3/20), tagging him with his first loss after three innings of work ... Pitched a scoreless frame with one strikeout at Boston College (3/26) ... Started first game of the year versus Radford (3/29), tossed four innings and struck out four in no decision ... Struck out two against Virginia (4/2) in 2.2 innings ... Pitched 2.1 innings of relief at VMI (4/6) with one strikeout ... Worked a pair of games at Wake Forest, throwing 1.1 scoreless innings with two strikeouts (4/8) and 0.2 frames with one strikeout (4/10-G2) ... Struck out two in two innings at Radford (4/13) ... Retired two batters, striking out one in victory over Florida State (4/15) ... Pitched the final 2.2 innings at ETSU (4/19) with a strikeout ... Threw two scoreless frames at Maryland (4/24) and struck out one ... Picked up win number two with a season-high 5.1 innings of relief out of the pen at Duke (4/30), did not allow an earned run and struck out a season-high five Blue Devils ... Pitched 1.1 innings with a strikeout versus Clemson (5/14-G1), then earned a save a day later with a 2.1-inning, two-strikeout effort against the Tigers (5/15) … In final appearance of the season, threw two scoreless frames with one strikeouts against Georgia Tech (5/21).
2010: Appeared in 12 games making five starts … Posted a 4-3 record with a 7.97 ERA … Threw 35 innings and struck out 29 batters … Combined on two shutouts over the season … Opponents hit just .263 against him … Notched two quality starts and threw at least one inning in five relief appearances … In six outings struck out at least three batters … Made his Hokie debut on March 6 versus Long Island, throwing a scoreless eighth inning in a combined shutout ... Made his first start versus Rider (3/17) and took a perfect game into the sixth inning, but finished with just 5.2 innings pitched and eight strikeouts and suffering the loss ... Went seven scoreless innings in his next start, scattering four hits and five walks with four strikeouts to earn his first victory as a Hokie in a 10-0 shutout of Liberty (3/24) ... In third start versus VMI (3/30), struck out a season-high 10 Keydets and earned his second win allowing just five hits and one earned run … Tossed two scoreless innings of relief versus NC A&T (4/13), striking out a pair ... In 3.1 innings in a start at Radford (4/20), struck out four and picked up his third win of the season ... Was tagged with the loss against Davidson (5/4) in 1.2 innings of relief, but struck out three in the outing … Threw four innings of relief, struck out three Bison and earned the win on the mound in Tech’s 16-7 victory over Bucknell (6/5) in the NCAA Tournament.
2008 – 2009 (at Indian River State College): Pitched just one season for the team and was its captain in 2009 … Pitched in 14 games, striking out 90 batters in 78 innings of work … Went 3-5 with a 6.23 ERA … Was given the Community Service Award from Coach Bob O’Brien … Batted in one game and went 3-for-4 with a home run.
High School: Played four years of varsity for coaches Scott Marabell and Bill Parum at Wolfson High in Jacksonville, Fla. … Led the team to the state championship game three times … Was named the Class 5A high school Player of the Year in 2006.
Personal: Honorio Manuel Martir … Born 1/13/88 in Augusta, Ga. … Son of Onix and Daphne Martir … Enrolled in apparel, housing, and resource management.