|2013||Did Not Play|
Updated: June 16, 2016
Career Highlights: Became the first freshman (true or redshirt) at the school to lead the team in wins since 2003, when Ryan Kennedy went 6-2.
2016: Started 13 games, the second-most on the team, while posting a team-high seven quality starts … Had a team-best 4.82 ERA in a total of 84.0 innings (also led team), struck out 53 batters (second), walked 25, and posted a 5-6 record, leading the team in wins for the second time in his career … Combined on two shutouts – at The Citadel on Feb. 21 and at Boston College on April 29 … Tossed a season-high 9.0 innings against Duke on April 23 (G1), his first career complete game and Tech’s only one of the year, while throwing at least 6.0 innings in 11 outings ... Struck out at least five batters seven times, including a season-high eight in that Duke start … Led the team with 55 scoreless innings pitched, including 15.0 consecutive, also a team high … Threw a team-high 23 perfect frames and, at one point, retired a team-high 14 straight batters … Was second on the team in opponent's batting average at .245 ... Tied for the team-lead with seven double plays turned behind him, with four being GDPs ... At the end of the regular season, his innings pitched ranked tied for eighth in the ACC.
2015: Appeared in 11 games making nine starts (third most on the team) … Had a 5.22 ERA in a total of 50.0 innings, struck out 30 batters, walked 14, and posted a 3-4 record … In his nine starts, had a 4.34 ERA in 47.2 innings … Was second on the team with five quality starts … Struck out at least two batters nine times, including a season-high five against North Carolina in the regular season … Got the start on the mound in the ACC Tournament game against Tar Heels and went four innings and did not allow an earned run (3 unearned) … Pitched a total of 35 scoreless innings (fourth), including 9.1 consecutive … Also, threw 15 perfect frames and, at one point, retired 15 straight batters (second longest on the team) … Was second on the team with double plays turned behind him with seven, including four GDPs and one triple play.
2014: Appeared in 14 games making eight starts (third most on the team) … Posted a team best 5-1 record with a 5.76 ERA … In 50.0 innings, struck out 41 batters (second) and walked 18 … Was 4-1 in his starts – 39.0 innings, 35 strikeouts, 11 walks … Was third on the team with three quality starts … Also tossed a team game-high for the season 6.1 innings of relief … Struck out at least two batters nine times, had four games with at least five and had a season-high nine, once … Pitched a total of 37 scoreless innings (third) including 7.2 consecutive … Also, threw 16 perfect frames (second), struck out the side twice, at one point, retired 12 straight batters ... Was tied for first on the team with double plays turned behind him with seven, including four GDPs.
2013: Redshirted the season.
High School: Earned a pair of varsity letters while playing for Coach Peter Schumacher at James River … In first varsity season, as a junior, compiled a 9-1 record with a 1.67 ERA and earned first team all-district, first team all-region and Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro as well as honorable mention AAA all-state … Entered 2012 as a preseason Louisville Slugger All-American honorable mention, but senior campaign was cut short by injury after a 2-0 start with a 0.00 ERA.
Personal: Kristopher Sutton Scheetz … Born May 18, 1994 in Hartford, Connecticut … Son of Dave and Amy Scheetz … Has an older brother, Carter … Majoring in finance.