|Height / Weight:|
6-3 / 205
Redshirted his junior season.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2002)
Pitched in seven games, starting one ...Strongest outing of the season came against UMass-Amherst in the first round of the Beanpot Tournament when he went seven innings, allowing 10 hits and four runs, while striking out four en route to picking up the win ...Pitched four innings of shutout relief vs. Northeastern (5/15), allowing one hit and striking our four in the outing ... Allowed only two walks while striking out 16 batters.
AS A FRESHMAN (2001)
Made 10 appearances, posting a 3-1 record with a 4.26 ERA in 25.1 innings ... Did not allow a run in three innings of work at the Beanpot Tournament ... Registered his first win in his first collegiate start, vs. Brown (4/5), giving up four runs on six hits in three innings ... Earned his second victory vs. Rhode Island (4/11), giving up one earned run on five hits in seven innings of work ... Surrendered one hit in two innings vs. La Salle (3/11) ... Allowed three runs on one hit in three innings vs. Oklahoma State (2/10).
AT CLEMSON (2000)
Did not see action while at Clemson.
Named 1998 Maine Gatorade Player of the Year in baseball, in addition to being tabbed Telegram League MVP and team MVP ... Honored with All-Telegram League and All-State recognition his junior and senior seasons.
Born July 13, 1979 ...Enrolled in the Lynch School of Education ... Did a post-graduate year at Choate Rosemary Hall ... Member of the National Honor Society ...Earned Dean's List honors as a freshman at Clemson ... Received all-conference distinction as a quarterback and punter in football at Portland ... James is the middle of Eileen and Jack Dawson's three children.
DAWSON'S CAREER STATISTICS
Year ERA W-L APP IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR
2001 4.26 3-1 10 25.1 26 13 12 15 12 7 1 1
2002 5.14 1-1 7 21.0 28 15 12 2 16 4 1 1
Totals 4.66 4-2 17 46.1 54 28 24 17 28 11 2 2