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Pat Dean
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Naugatuck, Conn.

High School:
Naugatuck

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175

Position:
LHP

B/T:
L/L

NOTES
Ranks ninth all-time at Boston College in career strikeouts (172) and his 2009 total (90) ranks third in a single season.

AS A JUNIOR (2010)
Led the Eagles in ERA (4.75), opposing batting average (.275), innings pitched (77.2) and strikeouts (62) ... finished with a 5-2 record in 12 starts ... allowed 42 runs - 41 earned - on 80 hits and only walked 14 ... four of his first five starts were quality starts and he started the season 5-0 ... tossed 7.0 innings against Virginia (5/26) in the ACC Championship, giving up four runs on two hits - both homers ... he struck out six and walked three ... pitched 7.0 innings and allowed four runs on six hits in a no decision against Florida State (5/9) ... struck out a season-high nine and issued one walk against the Seminoles ... earned his fifth win at Clemson (4/3) after working 8.0 innings and allowing five runs on eight hits ... pitched a complete game against Duke (3/28), allowing one run on six hits with two strikeouts for the win ... he did not walk anyone in that game ... pitched 8.0 shutout innings in the ACC opener at Miami (3/12), scattering six hits and fanning nine in the 3-0 win ... named ACC Pitcher of the Week for that performance ... tossed 7.0 innings in each of his first three starts at Tulane (2/19), Auburn (2/26) and Florida Atlantic (3/5) ... allowed two runs on six hits, struck out eight and walked one against Tulane ... gave up two runs on four hits against the Owls.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009)
Led the team in wins with a 6-4 record ... recorded an ERA of 3.30 in 95.1 innings of work ... allowed 44 runs - 35 earned - on 109 hits ... fanned a team-best 90 batters while walking only 16 ... ranked second in the ACC in home runs and walks allowed, fifth in ERA, sixth in innings pitched, seventh in strikeouts and caught looking Ks, 10th in earned runs and 15th in runs ... named to the ACC All-Tournament Team and was voted ACC Pitcher of the Week once ... eight of his last 11 starts of the season were quality starts ... started the longest game in NCAA history against Texas (5/30) in the Austin Regional, working 7.0 innings and allowing two runs on nine hits ... shut down Miami for the second time, tossing 7.0 innings and allowing one run on eight hits for the win in the ACC Championship (5/22) ... struck out five and didn't walk anyone against the Hurricanes ... worked 7.0 innings of shutout ball against Miami (5/3) for his fifth win, allowing four hits and striking out seven ... tossed 7.0 innings again, allowing two runs on nine hits while fanning eight vs. Virginia (4/19) ... allowed one run on four hits in 6.0 innings at Wake Forest (4/12) ... struck out 10 batters in 7.0 innings against UMass (4/7) in the Beanpot ... picked up his third win after throwing 6.0 shutout innings against Northeastern (3/31), allowing five hits and fanning seven ... threw 7.0 innings and allowed an unearned run while striking out nine at Hartford (3/24) ... tossed a complete game shutout in his first start of the season at Stetson (2/21), allowing four hits and walking one while fanning eight.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008)
Appeared in 17 games and started one ... finished with a 2-1 record ... did not allow a hit four-straight appearances from 4/19 to 4/30 ... earned first start on the mound vs. Northeastern (4/9) in the Beanpot, throwing 4.2 innings and helping BC to a 13-6 win ... threw 1.2 innings of scoreless ball with three strikeouts and got the win at Northeastern (4/1) ... struck out two in an inning of work vs. Holy Cross (3/26) ... picked up first win of his career at Clemson (3/15) ... pitched 2.0 innings and gave up one hit in that outing ... made collegiate debut at Georgia Southern (2/24) and threw a perfect inning.

BEFORE BC
Was a four-year varsity lettermen ... compiled a 29-8 career pitching record ... totaled 292 strikeouts in 237.2 innings during varsity career ... pitched a no-hitter and perfect game in consecutive starts as a senior ... registered 0.67 earned run average in 2007 ... was a three-time Naugatuck Valley All-League first-team and All-State first-team selection ... four-year starting pitcher for head coach Tom Dellar ... also an All-Suburban basketball player.

PERSONAL
Enrolled in the Lynch School of Education ... Pat is the older of Gregory and Lisa Dean's two sons ... born May 25, 1989.

DEAN'S CAREER STATISTICS

Year ERA W-L APP-GS IP Hits Runs ER BB SO
2008 9.00 2-1 17-1 23.0 40 27 23 9 20
2009 3.30 6-4 18-15 95.1 109 44 35 16 90
2010 4.75 5-2 12-12 77.2 80 42 41 14 62
Career 4.55 13-7 47-28 196.0 229 113 99 39 172

DEAN'S CAREER HIGHS
Innings: 9.0 (2x) last vs. Duke (3/28/10)
Strikeouts: 10 vs. Massachusetts (4/7/09)

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