Appeared in four games for the Cavaliers before redshirting after an injury
Tossed a season-long four innings in a picking up his lone win of the season against Maryland Eastern Shore (3/7)
Also appeared in games against Old Dominion (2/15), Towson (2/19) and George Washington (2/28)
Struck out a season-high three batters against George Washington (2/28)
Named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Team
Named VaSID All-State Honorable Mention
Posted a 5-1 record with a 0.73 ERA in seven starts and 14 appearances for the Cavaliers
Struck out 28 in 49 innings of work
Made his first collegiate appearance, going one inning in relief in Virginia's 7-2 win over Bucknell (2/18)
Started his first collegiate game against Old Dominion, going 4.0 innings with one hit and three strikeouts, as Virginia won, 8-0 (2/23)
Pitched a complete game shutout with a career-high eight strikeouts to earn his first career win in an 8-0 defeat of Longwood (3/8)
Notched his second win of the season with a six-inning performance, allowing no runs on two hits, and striking out one in a 13-1 win over Norfolk State (4/12)
Allowed only one run on four hits in 5.0 innings of work in his first ACC start, earning his third win of the season as Virginia defeated No. 4 Georgia Tech, 2-1 (4/24)
Recorded his fourth win of the season, pitching 4.0 innings of scoreless baseball as Virginia defeated Richmond, 11-0 (5/3)
Improved to 5-1 on the season when he struck out five in six innings in a 10-2 win over James Madison (5/17)
Earned three letters in baseball at Grafton High School for coaches John Hammons, Bob McConnell and Henry Connell
Named the Region I Pitcher of the Year and a First Team All-Region I selection in 2004
Selected as the Daily Press' and the Bay Rivers District 2004 Player of the Year
Chosen a 2004 American Legion Baseball All-Star and was picked as Grafton's Most Outstanding Player
Named to the 2004 Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star East Team selection
Selected as Grafton's MVP in 2003
Selected to attend the Perfect Games in Jupiter, Fla.
Member of the National Honor Society from 2002-04
Parents are John and Janice Poutier
Born October 21, 1985 in Seoul, South Korea
Has five siblings - Daniel, Karen, Allan, Chris and David
Poutier's Career Pitching Statistics
O-Line Looking to Raise Its GameFootball3/24/17Guard Jack McDonald and tackle Jack English are the returning starters on the offensive line for Virginia, which starts spring practice Tuesday.Weber Hitting Right Notes on DiamondBaseball3/23/17Sophomore Andy Weber starts at second base for No. 16 Virginia, which hosts ACC rival Duke this weekend at Davenport Field.Successful Season Ends on Excruciating NoteMen's Basketball3/19/17Virginia's fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament ended with a 65-39 second-round loss to Florida in Orlando, Fla.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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