Mathews recently completed his first professional season
Brent Killam had nine saves and a 0.37 ERA to help St. Cloud with the Northwoods League title
Four players earned all-star nods in their respective summer leagues
Rising sophomore Brent Killam has a 0.84 ERA in nine relief appearances in the Northwoods League
Mathews becomes the fifth former Hoya currently in professional organized baseball
Baseball vs. Villanova - 5/14/16
Baseball vs. Coppin State - 5/4/16
Baseball vs. Xavier - 4/17/16
Baseball vs. Princeton - 3/17/16
Baseball Home Opener vs. UMBC - 3/1/16
2016: Appeared in 22 games on the mound, all out of the bullpen … Finished with a 2-4 record to go with a 3.29 ERA, 24 strikeouts and 11 saves in 27.1 innings pitched … Ranked third on the team in appearances (22) … His 11 saves are tied for the most in single-season history and his .204 opponent batting average ranks third … Had seven appearances with at least two strikeouts, including three games with three strikeouts … Pitched a season-high 3.0 innings on April 1 at William & Mary … Named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on February 22 and March 7.
2015: Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team ... Set a program record with a 0.75 ERA in 24 innings pitched ... Ranked second on team with 24 appearances, going 1-1 and recording nine saves and 23 strikeouts ... Went 20-consecutive outing without allowing a run ... Had multiple strikeouts in six appearances ... Had a perfect inning to pick up the save in a 1-0 upset victory over then-No. 12 Virginia, the eventual national champions.
2014: Made 13 appearances, including eight starts, as a freshman ... Went 2-4 with a 3.38 ERA, while ranking second on the team with 58.2 innings pitched and third with 40 strikeouts ... Picked up his first win in the first start of his career, going 6.0 innings, giving up just one run on four hits with five strikeouts on March 11 against South Dakota State in Florida.
Prior to Georgetown: