As a Redshirt Sophomore (2016): Appeared 27 times out of the bullpen, tied for the most on the team…recorded a 4.34 ERA in 37 and 1/3 innings pitched…went 2-2 and notched a team-high four saves…struck out 25 and held opponents to a .240 average…made his first appearance of the season against Alabama and struck out the only batter he faced (2/19)…struck out three in 2.1 IP to notch his first save of the season at Alabama (2/20)…tossed a spotless inning to earn a save against Rhode Island (2/26)…earned his first win of the season after two and 2/3 of an inning against Rhode Island (2/28)…struck out the only batter he faced, No. 2 overall MLB Draft pick Nick Senzel, to earn a save against Tennessee (3/4)…appeared against East Carolina (3/6)…tossed an inning and 1/3 against George Washington (3/9)…appeared against Bryant (3/13)…tossed 2/3 of an inning at UC Irvine (3/16)…struck out two in 0.2 IP against Liberty (3/22)…struck out one in an inning at Iowa (3/26)…retired all 10 batters he faced in three and 1/3 innings to earn a win at VCU (3/30)…tossed two innings against High Point (4/1)…appeared in two one and 2/3 of an inning outings against Ohio State (4/8, 4/10)…tossed a spotless inning against Purdue (4/22)…threw a scoreless inning and 1/3 against Purdue (4/24)…tossed an inning at James Madison (4/26)…notched two innings and struck out two against Rutgers (5/13)…tossed three and 2/3 of an inning at Michigan State (5/20)…tossed a scoreless inning at Michigan State (5/21)…appeared twice at the Big Ten Tournament against Michigan State (5/27) and Iowa (5/28).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2015): Appeared in 31 games mostly as a reliever before moving into the starting rotation for four starts…tied the Maryland single season record for appearances with 31 (Bobby Ruse, 2014)…held a 3-1 record with a 2.18 ERA in 53.2 IP…struck out 19 batters…did not give up a run over an inning of work against South Alabama (2/20)…worked 4.0 IP in long relief and gave up just one hit against Appalachian State (2/28)…worked 2.0 IP in a doubleheader against UNCW (3/7)…struck out two over 1.1 IP to earn his first career win against Richmond (3/11)…gave up one hit in 2.0 IP against Princeton (3/15)…notched his second win of the season with 4 and 2/3 innings of two-hit ball against Elon (3/17)…worked 1.2 IP and gave up a run in a doubleheader against Minnesota (3/21)…worked a clean 1 and 2/3 innings against James Madison (3/24)…worked two innings of one-run relief against Nebraska (4/4)…moved to 3-0 with 1.2 IP of no run ball against West Virginia (4/7)…through an inning and a third of spotless relief against Liberty (4/15)…pitched two scoreless innings of relief against Cal State Fullerton (4/18)…appeared for 2.0 IP over two games against Purdue and did not give up a run…threw 1.1 IP scoreless in relief against Indiana (5/3)…tossed two innings of scoreless relief against Liberty (5/12)…earned a no decision in the first start of his career against Northwestern (5/14) giving up one earned run and five hits over six innings…started the Big Ten Tournament semifinal against Indiana (5/23) and did not allow a run over 5.2 IP to help the Terps to a 4-2 victory…started and went 2 and 2/3 innings against UCLA (5/31) in the Los Angeles Regional…started against Virginia (6/6) in game two of the Charlottesville Super Regional.
As a Freshman (2014): Did not appear this season…served a redshirt season.
At Riverdale Baptist: A four-year letterwinner for the Crusaders at pitcher … helped lead the Crusaders to a 31-6 record as a senior and a No. 6 ranking in the final Washington Post Top 10 … selected a 2013 Rawlings Honorable Mention All-Atlantic Region honoree … tabbed by the MSABC as a member of 2013 Team Maryland … named an alternate for the South Team in the Brooks Robinson All-Star Game … represented Team Maryland in the 2012 Big 26 Classic … named to the 2012 Maryland Futures Team … ranked the No. 18 prospect in Maryland by Perfect Game USA.
Personal: Son of Matt and Darlene Selmer … has four siblings, Crystal, Matt, Evan and Haley … plans to major in criminal justice.