Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 218
Year: Senior
Hometown: Severna Park, Md.
High School: Severn School


As a Senior (2012): Made 14 appearances, nine of them starts, and finished with a 6-2 record and a 2.87 ERA ... his .750 winning percentage was best among starters and second on the team to Korey Wacker (5-0) ... struck out 42 and walked 26 in 53-1/3 innings ... was at his best at home, where he went 5-0 with a 1.82 ERA, allowing just seven runs in 34-2/3 innings ... made his season debut against Purdue (2/25), coming on to pitch a scoreless inning of relief ... made his first start in the second game of a doubleheader vs. Manhattan (3/3), striking out three, walking one and surrendering one run on five hits in five innings to earn the win ... struck out a season-high tying seven in 5-1/3 innings of work while allowing two runs to earn a win at Navy (3/7) ... went six shutout innings in the first game of a doubleheader against St. Peter's (3/14) and allowed just three hits to earn a win ... tied a season high with seven strikeouts at Delaware (3/21), but allowed three runs on eight hits and took his first loss of the season ... held Bucknell (4/4) to two hits in six shutout innings while striking out five and walking three in a win ... pitched an inning of scoreless relief against Duke (4/14) ... allowed a run on two hits in 1-2/3 innings of relief against Clemson (4/21) ... pitched his first career complete game against Towson (4/25), scattering six hits and surrendering just one run while striking out five and walking three to earn the victory ... took his second loss of the season after surrendering five runs (two earned) on seven hits in 4-1/3 innings at George Mason (5/2) ... went four innings and allowed three runs against Penn State (5/9) and took a no-decision ... allowed a run on two hits in 1-1/3 innings of relief against Virginia (5/19).

As a Junior (2011): Spent most of the season in the weekend rotation, making 11 starts and 13 total appearances ... went 2-5 with a 5.59 ERA ... third on the team with 58 strikeouts and fourth with 58 innings pitched ... struck out a career-high 11 batters in a no-decision vs. Army (2/25), going six innings and allowing three runs on three hits and four walks ... held No. 25 Georgia Tech (3/11) to a run on six hits, three walks and four Ks in six innings but suffered a loss ... earned his first win of the season with four solid innings of relief against George Mason (3/30) in which he allowed just two hits and no runs ... got his second straight win on 4/5 against West Virginia, returning to a starting role and logging 5 2/3 innings ... returned to the weekend rotation with a Sunday start at NC State, going four innings and allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits ... moved back into the Friday-night role on 5/6 at North Carolina, pitching four innings and allowing four runs ... held Wake Forest (5/19) to two runs on two hits in five innings, striking out three and walking three.

As a Sophomore (2010): Made 16 appearances on the season and started 15 games ... posted a 7.38 ERA and struck out 56 batters in 61.0 innings of action ... went 0-8 on the year ... struck out six in four innings against FIU (3/21) ... pitched a career-high seven innings, allowing just two earned runs but taking a loss against Delaware (3/28) ... recorded a career-high seven strikeouts in 4.2 innings vs. Florida State (3/28) ... allowed just one hit in three innings vs. Towson (4/21)... pitched 5.0 innings, striking out five batters against Wake Forest (5/22).

As a Freshman (2009): Went 2-0 in 15 appearances, including two starts ... finished sixth on the team with a 5.40 ERA ... Pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings against Florida State with four strikeouts (3/27) ... earned first career victory at West Virginia (4/29) ... winning pitcher against Towson (5/6) ... pitched two scoreless innings in relief against Wake Forest (5/9) ... pitched two scoreless innings against Delaware (5/12), striking out four and allowing only one hit.

At Severn: Lettered four years for the Admirals as a pitcher and infielder ... "Washington Post" Second-Team All-Met in 2008 ... All-MIAA B Conference Team in 2007 and 2008 ... team MVP in 2007 ... Second-Team All-Anne Arundel County in 2007 ... threw three no-hitters in high school career ... was a Brooks Robinson All-Star ... "Baltimore Sun" Athlete of the Week after tossing no-hitter against ranked Severna Park team ... pitched for Dean Albany's Oriolander (Orioles) Scout Team.

Personal: Sander Richey Beck ... son of Sjoerd and Elizabeth Beck ... has an older brother, Robert, who graduated from the University of Maryland in 2011 ... a management major at the Smith School of Business ... excellent student, graduating high school with a 3.42 GPA ... member of National Honor Society and National Latin Honor's Society ... three-time silver medalist on National Latin Exam ... won Richard Lynch Latin Award in 2008 ... avid chess player ... played on state champion chess team in high school ... has done volunteer work for Habitat for Humanity, Happy Helpers for the Homeless and the Special Olympics ... favorite athlete is Cal Ripken Jr. ... chose Maryland for the coaching staff and business school ... also recruited by Virginia, Coastal Carolina and Virginia Tech ... won the ICA Community Service Award in 2011 ... selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 33rd round of the 2011 MLB Draft.

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