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17 Andrew Dobies
Andrew  Dobies


Wexford, Pa.

High School:
North Allegheny

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190




2003: Pitched the entire season as one of Virginia's weekend starters ... Picked up his fourth win of the season by pitching a complete game shutout (9.0 innings), allowing only six hits while striking out eight batters in Virginia's 6-0 victory over William & Mary (3/19) - it was UVa's first complete game shutout of the season and Virginia's first since April 5, 2002 when Jeff Kamrath accomplished the feat in College Park, Md. against the University of Maryland ... Recorded his first win of the season by pitching 7.0 innings, allowing three runs on six hits and posted two strikeouts in Virginia's 15-5 victory over Liberty (2/24) ... Notched his sixth win of the season, pitching 5.0 innings and allowing two runs on six hits while striking out seven batters in Virginia's 11-4 win against #18 Richmond (4/1) ... Recorded his fifth win of the year by going 5.1 innings, allowing three runs on nine hits while striking out a game-high ten batters in Virginia's 13-3 victory over James Madison (3/25) ... Notched his third win by pitching 5.0 innings and allowed four runs on seven hits while striking out a game-high five batters in Virginia's 12-5 victory over #25 UNC-Greensboro (3/11) ... Went 7.2 innings, allowing two runs (one earned) on five hits while striking out a game-high seven batters in Virginia's 3-2 win over James Madison (3/4) ... Pitched 7.0 innings, allowing only one run on four hits while striking out four batters against Wake Forest (4/25) ... Threw 6.0 innings, allowing two runs on five hits while recording four strikeouts against #12 Miami (4/12) ... Pitched 3.1 innings, allowing two runs (one earned) on five hits while striking out seven batters in Virginia's game against #20 Clemson (4/6) ... Struck out three batters against #17 Georgia Tech (5/9).

2002: Made his first collegiate appearance by pitching one inning in UVa's 12-4 win over Old Dominion (2/22) ... Recorded a season-high two strikeouts against ODU (2/22) and VCU (2/26) ... Pitched two innings, struck out two and allowed two runs at VCU (2/26) ... Pitched a scoreless and hitless inning against N.C. State (5/18) ... Pitched two innings and struck out one batter versus Charlotte (3/10) ... Appeared in a game at Maryland, pitching one inning, striking out one without allowing an earned run (4/6) ... Appeared versus #5 Wake Forest and pitched a season-high three innings (4/14) ... Pitched one inning, allowing only one run and striking out one in Virginia's 14-5 win over George Mason (4/22) ... Pitched 0.2 of an inning and recorded a strikeout against #1 Clemson (5/11).

Prep & Personal: Earned three letters in baseball at North Allegheny for coach Tim Banner ... Started at first base as a member of the Pennsylvania State Championship team in 2000 ... Named First Team All-State, First Team All-Sectional and First Team All-Area pitcher as a senior ... Posted a record of 7-0, 1.98 ERA, .350 batting average, 25 RBI and four home runs as a senior ... Three-time member of the All-Academic team (1999-2001) ... Son of Walter and Debi Dobies ... Born April 20, 1983 in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Dobies' Career Pitching Statistics

2002 9.67 15-0 0-2 0 0-0 22.1 35 28 24 11 12 4 3 .343
2003 3.84 14-12 6-3 0 1-1 79.2 90 40 34 31 72 2 2 .252
Career 5.12 29-12 6-5 0 1-1 102 125 68 58 42 84 6 5 .300


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