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Nathan Kirby
Nathan Kirby

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Midlothian, Va.

High School:
James River

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185

Position:
LHP

B/T:
L/L



06/16/2014

Virginia Walks Off with 2-1 CWS Win over Ole Miss

Mike Papi's double in the bottom of the ninth sends UVa into the winners' bracket

05/29/2014

Kirby, Howard Named to Louisville Slugger All-America Team

Kirby earns first-team honors, while Howard tabbed on third team

05/19/2014

Kirby Named ACC Co-Pitcher of Year, O'Connor ACC Coach of Year

League-high eight Cavaliers named to All-ACC Team

05/16/2014

No. 1 Virginia Splits Doubleheader at Wake Forest

Wake Forest rallies for 10-inning win in Game 1 but Cavaliers bounce back for split

05/06/2014

Nathan Kirby Accepts Invitation to Play for Team USA

Sophomore left-hander becomes eighth UVa player to compete for Collegiate National Team

06/23/2014

Virginia Baseball: 2014 Season in Photos

Relive all of the excitement by browsing some of the best images from the run to the College World Series.

06/23/2014

Virginia vs. Vanderbilt- College World Series Finals Game 1

Virginia vs. Vanderbilt- College World Series Finals Game 1

06/07/2014

Virginia vs. Maryland- Baseball NCAA Super Regional

Virginia falls to Maryland, 5-4 in game one of the Super Regional

04/11/2014

Baseball vs. Clemson (by Matt Riley)

Baseball vs. Clemson (by Matt Riley)

2014
• Named First-Team All-American by ABCA, Baseball America, Louisville Slugger; selected to NCBWA's Second-Team All-America squad
• ACC Co-Pitcher of the Year (third in program history) and First-Team All-ACC honoree
• Named one of 21 semifinalists for Golden Spikes Award
• Named to midseason watch list for National Pitcher of Year Award
• Selected to 2014 U.S. Collegiate National Team (did not compete)
• Voted Most Outstanding Player of NCAA Charlottesville Regional
• Made quality starts in 15 of 18 starts (11 straight to begin season - one of four players nationally to do so in 2014)
• Led ACC in opponent batting average (.175), third in wins (9), innings (113.1) and strikeouts (112) and fifth in ERA (2.06)
• Ranked fifth nationally in hits allowed (5.4), 13th in WHIP (0.89) and 14th in strikeouts
• In UVa single-season annals, he ranked sixth in innings and seventh in strikeouts in 2014
• Started UVa's final 12 regular-season series openers
• Worked twice in College World Series; allowed just one run, one hit and three walks over seven innings in CWS-opening win over Ole Miss (6/15)
• Worked eight innings of one-hit baseball in NCAA regional win over Arkansas (5/31)
• Left with lead in starts vs. Wake Forest (5/16) and FSU (5/24) but took no decision in each
• Took no decision at FSU (4/25), allowing three earned runs, seven hits and one walk with seven strikeouts over six innings in UVa win
• Picked up win against UNC after pitching 7 2/3 innings and striking out a dozen (4/18)
• Earned win against Clemson with six innings of two-run baseball; limited ACC's top offense to four hits (4/11)
• Struck out career-high 18 in no-hitter on April 4 at Pittsburgh (4/4); allowed two baserunners (walk, error) in fifth UVa no-hitter in last 50 years
• No-hitter also was his first career complete game
• Tossed 6 1/3 shutout innings in win vs. BC (3/14)
• Worked six shutout innings, allowed just one hit and one walk with nine strikeouts in win at Duke (3/8)

2013
• Pitched in 24 games, which was fourth on staff
• Recorded 37 strikeouts in 32 2/3 innings
• Induced inning-ending double play to end ninth against Duke; earned win after UVa rallied for win in bottom of inning (5/10)
• Started and tossed two scoreless innings to earn win at VCU (4/30)
• Worked 3 1/3 hitless innings, struck out six at Liberty (both career highs)
• Picked up win vs. Towson with 1 1/3 scoreless innings (3/27)
• Worked twice out of bullpen in Clemson series, including perfect eighth inning in Friday game
• Made first college start against Harvard (3/2)
• Earned win in relief against Toledo (2/24)

PREP
• Named 2012 Virginia Player of the Year by Gatorade and ESPNHS
• Went 9-1 with 1.24 ERA in 56 2/3 IP in 2012 (90 K, 25 BB); also batted .397 with 17 RBI
• Named 2012 Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year
• Coached by Pete Schumacher at James River

PERSONAL
• Parents are Joe and Susan Kirby
• Has two brothers, Micheal and Josh

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