Jimmy Saris
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Jimmy  Saris

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Great Falls, Va.

High School:
Langley

Last College:
Duke

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185

Position:
RHP

B/T:
R/R


2008 (junior): Led the Hoyas in starts with 12 and recorded a team-high six wins (seventh in the BIG EAST) ... Third on the team with 55.2 innings pitched and 44 strikeouts ... Only allowed 70 hits, good for seventh in the BIG EAST ... Allowed 22 walks, the 10th-lowest total for a BIG EAST starter ... Lasted a season-high seven innings on two occasions (Navy and Seton Hall) ... Struck out a season-high 11 against Navy ... Allowed three earned runs or less in nine of 12 starts ... Earned non-conference wins against George Washington, Mount St. Mary's and Navy ... Struck out seven batters over six innings against Cincinnati ... Also earned BIG EAST wins over Pittsburgh and Seton Hall.

2007 (sophomore): Started 14 games, tying him for tops on the team... Set the single-game and single-season school records for strikeouts with 13 against Eastern Kentucky and 78 during the 2007 season... Ranked among the top-10 in the BIG EAST in strikeouts... Led the team in innings pitched (91.1)and strikeouts (78), and was second on the team in wins (4) and opponents batting average (.251)... Lasted seven innings or more in 10 of his 14 starts and allowed two earned runs or less in eight games... Earned his first win as a Hoya by striking out eight batters over seven innings and allowing one earned run against IPFW... Won his last two BIG EAST starts of the season over Villanova and West Virginia... Hit double-digit strikeouts in a game for the second time with 11 in a league game versus Cincinnati.

Prior to Georgetown: Played all four years, and was a three-time letterwinner at Langley High School and also played for the Virginia Barnstormers... During his senior year, was named team captain and helped lead his team to a first place finish in the Liberty District and an appearance in the Second Round of Regionals... Was named Second Team All-State, and First Team Washington Post All-Metro and All-Examiner Team... Two-time All-Region and All-Liberty District selection... Regional strikeout leader his senior year and two-time district strikeout leader...Was named Human Anatomy Student of the Year and received an Honors Latin Award... Born: 8/22/1987

Saris' Career Stats

Yr.G/GSW-LSVERAIPH RER BBSO BAA
200610/60-406.3040.044 3128 1031 .268
200714/144-603.2591.187 5333 3178 .251
200812/126-506.1455.270 4338 2244 .302
Totals26/2210-1104.35147151 9671 53122 .271
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