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Kyle Crockett
Kyle  Crockett

Poquoson, Va.

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Cavaliers Sweep Player Awards on 2013 VaSID All-State Team

Papi named Player of Year, Crockett Pitcher of Year, McCarthy Freshman of Year


Papi, Crockett Earn All-America Honors

Papi earns first-team recognition from Baseball America, Crockett tabbed on NCBWA third team


Papi, Crockett Named to ABCA All-Atlantic Region Team

Papi earns first-team honors, while Crockett nabs second-team laurels


Mississippi State Holds Off UVa to Clinch Charlottesville Super Regional

Ninth-inning UVa rally falls short after 18 hour and three minute rain delay


Cavaliers Advance to NCAA Super Regionals, Secure 50th Win

UVa tops Elon, 11-3, in Charlottesville Regional championship

• Finished second in career ERA at UVa at 1.98
• Appeared in 88 career games, which is fifth in UVa history

• Named Third-Team All-American by NCBWA
• First-Team All-ACC honoree (relief pitcher)
• Fourth-round draft pick (No. 111 overall) by Cleveland Indians
• Named to watch list for Golden Spikes and NCBWA Stopper
• Named Most Outstanding Player of Charlottesville Regional of Year awards
• Pitched in 29 games - second most on staff
• Recorded 12 saves, which ranked second in ACC and fifth in UVa history)
• Seven of his saves came in ACC play (also second in ACC)
• Struck out 71 and issued only seven walks in 58 1/3 innings (three walks were intentional)
• First pitcher in Virginia history to record saves in five consecutive games (April 2-8)
• Appeared in at least two of three games in seven of 10 ACC series, including all three against Miami and Wake
• Recorded 2.55 ERA in 19 ACC games this year, sixth lowest in league (35 1/3 IP); conference ERA ballooned from 1.56 following last outing at UNC
• Earned two saves with pair of two-inning outings against Army and Elon in NCAA Regional (5/31-6/1) - first saves since April 24
• Pitched four scoreless innings and struck out season-high six in ACC tournament game vs. Florida State (5/27)
• Worked season-long 4 1/3 innings to earn win over Duke (5/12)
• Earned pair of two-inning saves in FSU series
• Pitched 3 1/3 scoreless innings while earning three saves in Wake Forest series
• Worked four scoreless innings, allowed one hit in Miami series
• Picked up win at Clemson with 2 2/3 shutout innings in Cavaliers' 11-inning win (3/15)
• Earned win in first game of DH vs. Maryland with 1 1/3 innings of scoreless relief

• Fired 60.0 innings, fourth on team (51.0 out of bullpen)
• Finished second on team with 57 strikeouts
• Top lefty option out of bullpen with 32 appearances including two starts (second on team, sixth in ACC)
• Opponents batted .204 against him, which ranked third in the conference (.227 in ACC play)
• His team-best 2.25 ERA ranked fifth in the ACC
• Made 19 appearances in ACC play (tied for second most in league and tied for most on team)
• Allowed only six extra-base hits (all doubles)
• Ranked 11th nationally in WHIP (0.93)
• Struck out 36 and allowed just three earned runs and two walks in his last 15 appearances (34.0 IP, 0.79 ERA)
• Held BC scoreless for five innings in his first appearance of the season (2/17)
• Earned first start of the season against JMU to get his second win (4/4; 4.0 IP, 3H, 2R, 2ER, 1BB, 2K)
• Pitched four innings of one-hit ball out of the bullpen in final game against Wake Forest (4/9; 4.0 IP, 1H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 2K)
• Struck out four batters in 3.0 IP in the first game of the North Carolina series (4/13; 3.0 IP, 2H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 4K)
• Started against Radford (4/24) and worked 5.0 innings, allowing just unearned run while striking out career-high eight
• Did not allow an earned run over 5.1 innings of work in Miami series (4/28-30); pitched in games 1 and 3
• Worked 4.2 scoreless innings in first two games of Georgia Tech series; pitched 3.2 scoreless with 5 strikeouts in Game 1
• Gave up pair of runs in first game of Maryland series to snap streak of 18.2-consecutive scoreless innings (5/17), but still earned win; rebounded to throw 1.1 scoreless innings in Game 3.
• Made two appearances in the ACC tournament, striking out three in 2.1 IP and earning the win over Clemson on Thursday (5/24-26)
• Worked 3.2 scoreless innings over two outings in NCAA tournament (6/2-3)

• Saw action in 27 games, with 26 coming out of bullpen
• Held opponents scoreless in 22 of his 27 outings
• Pitched twice against South Carolina during College World Series
• Fired two scoreless innings in first CWS game vs. USC (6/21), then tied career high with four innings against the Gamecocks (6/24)
• Tossed 0.2 innings in Durham during the ACC Tournament, recording two outs with a total of four pitches (5/28-29)
• Earned his second win in relief against Maryland (3/26; 0.2 IP, 0H, 0R, 0ER 0BB, 1K)
• Earned the win in his first career start against William and Mary without surrendering a run (4.0 IP, 2H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 0K)
• Made first career appearance versus Arkansas State at the Auburn Tournament (2/20, 1.0 IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 0K)

• 2010 Gatorade Virginia Player of the Year
• Two-time State Player of the Year (2009, 2010)
• Two-time Daily Press Baseball Player of the Year (2009, 2010)
• Earned first team all-region and all-district honors at pitcher and outfield in 2009 and 2010
• Posted 14-0 pitching record and racked up .448 batting average in 2010, his senior year
• Went 13-0 as pitcher and hit .443 his junior year
• Also was first team all-district pitcher in 2008
• Pitched and played outfield and first base
• Coached by Kenny Bennett at Poquoson
• Member of National Honor Society
• Did volunteer work for Make a Wish Foundation
• Worked with Special Friends program (working with kids with reading disabilities)

• Parents are Gary and Diane Crockett
• Has one brother, Adam



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