Sinnery Collects Multiple End-of-Season Baseball Team Awards
Baseball's Senior Day, Season Finale Spoiled by Nebraska Rally
Postgame Notes: Michigan 6, Nebraska 5
Sinnery, Three-Run Seventh Back Baseball to Win over Huskers
Postgame Notes: Purdue 4, Michigan 0
Highlights from Tuesday's 6-1 loss to Coastal Carolina.
At Michigan... Notable ... Is eighth in Michigan history in innings pitched in a career (260.0) ...
Senior (2012)... Co-Captain ... Big Ten Pitcher of the Week (May 7) ... Earned the Ray Fisher (Most Valuable Player) and the Geoff Zahn Award (Most Valuable Pitcher) for U-M in 2012 ... Led Michigan in innings pitched (101.1), wins (5), earned-run average (3.91) and strikeouts (58) ... Also was tied for fourth in the Big Ten in innings pitched ... Was first in innings pitched (63.1) and complete games (4) and tied for eighth in strikeouts (40) in Big Ten games only ... Had five complete games on the season, four in Big Ten play ... Was just the sixth Wolverine to pitch 100 or more innings in a season and tied for fourth for U-M's single-season innings pitched mark ... Had seven quality starts in 2012 (six or more innings pitched with three or fewer earned runs) ... In a complete-game shutout win over Iowa (May 4), tied a season high with eight strikeouts while allowing six hits and walking one ... In his final appearance as a Wolverine, earned the complete-game victory over Nebraska (May 18), striking out four in the victory ... Allowed just one hits in seven innings of work against IPFW (March 24), striking out four batters and allowing an unearned run ... Did not allow a run in 8.1 innings while striking out five in a shutout win over Michigan State (April 6) ... Picked up the complete-game win at Penn State (April 13), striking out six and allowing two earned runs in nine innings ... Had seven strikeouts against Ohio State in 6.1 innings of work ... Gave up just five hits and three earned runs in six innings against Iona (Feb. 24) ...
Junior (2011)... Was named to the All-Big Ten Third Team as a starting pitcher ... Big Ten Pitcher of the Week (April 18)... Named an NSCA All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year ... Made 15 appearances on the mound for the Maize and Blue with seven starts ... Was third in the Big Ten in earned-run average (2.91) and second in opponent's batting average (.239) ... Had 46 strikeouts in 68 innings pitched ... In Big Ten games only, was second in earned-run average (2.22), seventh in opponent's batting average (.238), tied for seventh in strikeouts (36) and 10th in innings pitched (52.2) ... Pitched two complete games in wins over Illinois (April 17) and Iowa (April 24) ... In the win over the Fighting Illini, struck out nine while allowing just four hits and no runs in nine innings ... In the Iowa win, struck out seven while allowing two runs in nine frames ... Did not allow a run in the first 14.2 innings of Big Ten play ... Gave up just four hits and a run in eight innings with seven strikeouts against Penn State (May 19) ... Went 7.1 innings or more in five of his seven starts ... Allowed just 10 extra-base hits in 68 innings of work ... Did not allow a run in 5.1 innings of relief against Purdue (April 10) ... Had six strikeouts in 7.2 innings against Minnesota (May 6).
Sophomore (2010)... Made 21 appearances, including eight starts, on the mound for Michigan ... Was a perfect 4-0 on the season ... Struck out three batters in 2.0 innings of relief in season debut against Jacksonville State (Feb. 20) ... Was perfect in three innings of work, striking out five en route to first career save vs. USF (Feb. 28) ... Went four scoreless innings, striking out five, to earn first win of the season against Ball State (March 12) ... Matched career high six innings pitched while earning third win of the season against Purdue (April 11) ...
Freshman (2009)... Made 14 appearances, including five starts, on the mound for Michigan... Posted a 2-2 record with a 5.09 ERA... Struck out 25 and walked nine over 35.1 innings... First start was against North Florida (Feb 25)... Earned the win on his next start against Eastern Michigan (Mar 17)... Struck out three and gave up two runs over 5.0 innings... Earned second win against Western Michigan (May 6)... Went a career-high 6.0 innings while striking out two and allowing no runs...
Prep ... Attended Worcester Academy (2008) ... Earned three varsity letters in baseball ... missed 13 games as a sophomore due to nose surgery ... Named to Select Six All-Tournament team in summer ball after posting 2-0 record with eight saves in 26-and-two-thirds inning of work ... Named First Team All-League as a junior ... Fanned 42 batters with just seven walks ... Posted 0.88 ERA and 5-1 record with two saves ... Helped team to second place conference finish ... Ranked by Perfect Game as a top-3 Massachusetts prep pitcher prior to senior campaign ... named team captain by teammates as a senior ... led team to conference championship game after earning the mound win in semi-final contest ... Played for Team Connecticut 18U team in summer following senior season ... Won 18U National Championship Sandlot Tournament in Nashville, Tenn. ... picked up two mound wins without allowing a run in championship run ... Also a standout hockey player ... earned four varsity letters on the ice.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... General studies major ... born 1/26/90 ... was a honor roll member and Physics Challenge award winner ... son of Donald and Donna Sinnery ... father was a student-athlete in track & field at the University of Connecticut.
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