As a Senior (2011): One of the team's more versatile pitchers, making 18 appearances, 11 of them starts, while ranking second on the team with 65 2/3 innings pitched ... had a 3-7 record and a 4.80 ERA ... led the team with 68 strikeouts ... held opponents to a .208 batting average ... against non-conference competition went 3-1 with a 1.99 ERA in 31 2/3 innings ... spent the first part of the year as a starter but made seven of his last eight appearances in relief ... allowed just two earned runs in his first 20 1/3 innings of the season ... logged six innings and allowed just one run on four hits and a walk while striking out three at No. 6 Texas in a no decision ... tossed a career-hihg 7 1/3 innings against Army (2/27), striking out six and allowing just on run on four hits and two walks for his first win of the year ... went seven innings in a win over Canisius (3/5), allowing just one hit and an unearned run while striking out six and walking six ... took a no-hitter into the seventh against Boston College (3/20) but allowed three runs on three hits in the inning and took a loss ... pitched one scoreless inning in a start against George Mason (3/30) as part of a staff day ... allowed just three hits in five scoreless innings of work to earn a win against Delaware State (4/12) ... came on to pitch four innings of relief at No. 18 North Carolina (5/6) and allowed one run on one hit while walking four and striking out two ... against Wake Forest (5/19) struck out a season-high eight batters and didn't allow a hit in his first five innings, but allowed two runs in the 11th inning and suffered the loss.
As a Junior (2010):Appeared in 17 games, starting 15 ... Had a 2-10 record and 8.80 ERA ... Pitched in 60.1 innings, striking out 56 batters ... pitched six innings, yielding just one run while striking out five against Hofstra (3/5) ... didn't allow a hit in five innings against Navy (3/31), striking out four and walking two in the win ... tossed five hitless innings in a win over Navy (3/31) ... allowed just one earned run in 4.1 against North Carolina (4/4).
As a Sophomore (2009): Went 2-2 in 17 appearances ... threw three shutout innings of relief at Georgia Tech (3/6) ... started and earned victory against Delaware, allowing no earned runs in four innings (3/10) ... earned the win at NC State, striking out a season-high nine batters in 5 2/3 innings (3/15) ... pitched three innings and struck out six while giving up one run against Delaware (5/12).
As a Freshman (2008): Appeared in 16 games and made two starts ... went 2-0 on the season with more strikeouts than innings pitched ... made first collegiate appearance at Coastal Carolina (2/24) ... made first start against Towson (2/26) ... earned first victory against Hofstra, pitching 2 1/3 shutout innings (3/1) ... threw 1 2/3 scoreless innings against Virginia (4/12) ... made second start of the season and fanned 12 batters in only six innings to earn a victory against UMES (5/6) ... 12 strikeouts were the most by any Terp in a game for the season.
At Arundel: First-Team All-County in 2007 for the Wildcats ... member of county, regional and state champions in 2006 as well as county champions in 2007 ... started in Brooks Robinson Senior All-Star Game played at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Personal: Eric Raymond Potter ... son of Jeff and Sheryl Potter ...has one sister, Tracey ... enjoys baseball, relaxing, working out, playing cards and watching funny movies ... biggest sports thrill is winning 2006 Maryland state championship in baseball ... chose Maryland for the campus, academics and chance to play in the ACC ... also recruited by Old Dominion, West Virginia, Hartford and Saint Joseph's ... majoring in kinesiology.
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