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19 Pat McAnaney
Pat  McAnaney


Syracuse, N.Y.

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Height / Weight:
6-3 / 190



• Posted a 5-1 record with a 2.79 ERA in 19 appearances (seven starts) and 55 strikeouts in 58 innings
• Had wins against Towson (2/19), Dayton (3/15), Marshall (3/22), Norfolk State (3/29) and at Richmond (4/5)
• Tossed season-high seven innings in 5-0 shutout at Richmond (4/5)
• Struck out a season-high seven batters three times - Towson (2/19), Dayton (3/15) and Longwood (4/12)
• Picked up first career save in three scoreless innings in a 5-0 shutout of VMI (4/18)

• Named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Team
• Named VaSID All-State First Team
• Posted a perfect 7-0 record with a 1.55 ERA while striking out 37 in 52.1 innings of work
• Made 11 appearances for the Cavaliers on the mound, garnering eight starts
• Made his first career appearance and start against Old Dominion, pitching 5.0 innings and recording two strikeouts in his college debut (2/16)
• Recorded his first collegiate win against Coppin State, going 5.0 innings and giving up only one run on four hits and striking out two (3/16)
• Gave up only three hits in 6.0 scoreless innings, recording six strikeouts on the way to his second win of the season, a 2-1 final over VMI (3/30)
• Pitched 6.0 innings, recording five strikeouts and allowing only one earned run on eight hits in 10-2 win over Liberty (4/5)
• Recorded his fourth win with 4.0 scoreless innings, allowing only two hits and striking out four in Virginia's 6-0 win over Maryland Eastern Shore (4/13)
• Pitched a career-high 8.0 innings for his fifth win of the season, allowing only one run on three hits as Virginia defeated Longwood, 5-1 (4/20)
• Won his sixth game of the season, giving up four runs in 6.0 innings and striking out three in Virginia's 9-4 win over William & Mary
• Tossed seven scoreless innings to earn his seventh win of the season while recording a career-high nine strikeouts in the 2-0 win over North Carolina A&T (5/16).

• Drafted in the 28th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the MLB Draft
• Ranked the 176th overall prospect in the nation and the No. 4 prospect in the state of New York by
• Named the New York Gatorade Player of the Year
• Named a Louisville Slugger All-American
• Selected as the Pitcher of the Year in Central New York
• Named a first team all-league and an All-Central New York selection as a junior
• Selected a second team all-state choice as a sophomore and a junior
• Named the team MVP as a junior and senior
• Chosen as a first team Onondaga High School League pick in baseball, football and basketball at Westhill H.S.
• Earned four letters in baseball for coach Bob Weismore, three letters in football and three letters in basketball
• Pitched, played first base and outfield in baseball, played quarterback in football and point guard in basketball at Westhill H.S.

• Parents are Mark and Mary Ellen McAnaney
• Born March 11, 1986 in Syracuse, N.Y.
• Has four siblings; Meaghan, Sean, Mark and Maura
• Father played football at the University of Rochester

McAnaney's Career Pitching Statistics

2005 1.55 11-8 7-0 0 0-3 52.1 42 11 9 9 37 1 3
2006 2.79 19-7 5-1 1 0-4 58.0 53 20 18 11 55 1 4
Career 2.21 30-15 12-1 1 0-7 110.1 195 31 27 20 92 2 7


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