Junior/Sophomore (2011) ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award (2011) ... Made 14 appearances on the mound for Michigan with five starts ... Had a 4.82 earned-run average and 23 strikeouts in 37.1 innings pitched ... Picked off seven runners, which was tied for second in the Big Ten ... Had a season high five strikeouts in starts against Notre Dame (May 3) and Penn State (May 20) ... Went seven innings against the Nittany Lions, allowing just five hits and an earned run in the no-decision ... Picked up the win against Massachusetts (March 5), allowing one hit in 2.2 innings of relief ... In his start against Notre Dame, struck out five and allowed four hits and a run in 6.1 innings ... Gave up just one hit in 2.2 innings of relief against Indiana (April 2) ... Struck out four in five innings against Minnesota (May 8).
Sophomore/Freshman (2010) ... Made five appearances out of the bullpen ... Made collegiate debut out of the bullpen vs. Lipscomb (March 13) ... Struck out the side in the eighth inning for the first three strikeouts of his career vs. Notre Dame (April 20).
Freshman (2009) ... Redshirted season.
Prep ... Attended Cranbrook Kingswood High School ... Four-year letterwinner in baseball ... Named First Team All-Metro Conference and First Team All-District each of his last three seasons ... Two-time team captain ... Earned All-County honors as a senior ... Named 2008 Athlete of the Year by Cranes Illustrated ... Voted Cranbrook Kinsgwood 2008 Athlete of the Year and Jewish News Michigan High School Athlete of the Year ... Member of 2008 East/West All-State East team ... Posted 7-1 record with a 2.42 ERA and 72 strikeouts in 60-and-two-thirds innings of work as a senior while hitting .407 as a first baseman ... Posted perfect 12-0 pitching record in two summer seasons with the Grosse Pointe Redbirds and Michigan Chargers.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Psychology major ... born 10/29/89 ... was a four-year honor roll member, Deans List member and Diversity Club member ... Participated in the Young Entrepreneurs Club and was a sports writer for school magazine Cranes Illustrated... son of Andrew and Merrilee Broder ... father attended Michigan.