|Position:||Right Handed Pitcher|
|Hometown:||Carneys Point, N.J.|
|High School:||Gloucester Catholic|
- 2016 MLB Draft Selection (5th Round, 148th Overall, Boston Red Sox)
- School Record Holder - Career Wins (30)
- School Record Holder - Career Strikeouts (307)
- School Record Holder - Career Innings Pitched (307.1)
- School Record Holder - Single Season Wins (13, 2015)
- School Record Holder - Single Season Strikeouts (138, 2015)
- 2016 Big Ten All-Tournament Team
- 2015 NCBWA First Team All-American
- 2015 CBN/Louisville Slugger First Team All-American
- 2015 Perfect Game First Team All-American
- 2015 ABCA/Rawlings Second Team All-American
- 2015 D1Baseball.com Second Team All-American
- 2015 Baseball America Second Team All-American
- 2015 ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Team (Atlantic)
- 2015 All-Big Ten First Team
- 2015 USA Collegiate National Team member
- 2014 NCBWA First Team Freshman All-American
- 2014 Baseball America Second Team Freshman All-American
- 2014 Perfect Game Second Team Freshman All-American
- 2014 CBN Freshman All-American Team.
- Five-Time Big Ten Pitcher of the Week
As a Junior (2016): Drafted in the fifth round of the 2016 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox…finished his junior season as the school record holder in career wins (30), strikeouts (307) and innings pitched (307.1)…put up a 3.18 ERA and a 6-4 record in 99.0 IP…tossed three complete games…struck out 97 batters and held opponents to a .195 average…notched the 19th best WHIP in the country (0.96)…struck out eight over five innings and gave up two earned runs at Alabama (2/19)…earned Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors after throwing an eight-inning one-hitter with five strikeouts against Rhode Island (2/26)…lifted after four and 1/3 innings against Tennessee (3/4)…struck out five over seven innings to earn a win against Bryant (3/11)…gave up one earned run and scattered five hits over six innings at Cal State Fullerton (3/18)…struck out eight over five innings and gave up five runs at Iowa (3/25)…chased after three and 2/3 innings against High Point (4/1)…struck out 10 batters over six and 1/3 innings against Ohio State (4/10)…gave up two earned runs over six and 2/3 innings at Minnesota (4/17)…struck out 10 over eight shutout innings and scattered three hits to earn a win against Purdue (4/23)…notched his first career complete game and struck out six against Penn State (4/29)…struck out five over seven innings against Illinois (5/7)…lasted five innings against Rutgers (5/13)…tossed a complete game with six Ks to nab a win at Michigan State (5/19)…struck out a career high 16 batters in a complete game victory over Indiana at the Big Ten Tournament (5/25)…his 16 strikeouts represented a TD Ameritrade Park record and the most by a Maryland pitcher in a game since 2004…struck out six batters to start the game, a TD Ameritrade Park record… named a unanimous preseason All-American.
As a Sophomore (2015): Accepted an invitation to join the USA Collegiate National Team...joined the team on its summer tour in series against Chinese Taipei and Cuba...also pitched against the USA Pan American Games team...became just the second Maryland player to ever play for Team USA and the first since 1979...struck out 11 in 10.1 innings for the national team...named a first-team All-American by the NCBWA and Collegiate Baseball Newspaper…a member of the ABCA, Baseball America and D1Baseball.com All-America second teams...selected unanimously to the All-Big Ten first team…earned Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors four times…started 17 games and notched a 1.71 ERA…won a single season school record 13 games and recorded a single season school record 138 strikeouts…finished the season with 24 career wins, the most in school history…threw 116.0 innings, the second best single season mark in Maryland history…started the season 10-0...tossed 5 and 1/3 inning and struck out nine to earn his 13th win in the opening game of the LA Regional against Ole Miss (5/29)…broke the school record with his 12th win against Michigan State in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament, striking out nine over seven innings (5/20)…fanned eight over seven innings to earn his 11th win over Ohio State (5/8)…did not give up a run over seven innings and struck out ten to earn the win against Purdue (4/24)…earned NCBWA National Pitcher of the Week and Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors with a career-high 13 strikeouts over eight innings in a win over Cal State Fullerton (4/17)…gave up just four hits, no runs and did not walk a batter against the Titans…nabbed Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors after a line of 8 IP, 1 ER, 9 K, 2 BB in a win over Iowa (4/13)…struck out six and gave up five hits over seven innings in a win over Nebraska (4/4)…threw seven and 1/3 innings of one-run ball and struck out seven to earn his sixth win against Michigan (3/28)…did not allow an earned run over eight innings a fanned six to nab his fifth win over Minnesota (3/21)…fanned 11 batters over seven innings and did not give up a run against Princeton (3/13) to earn Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors…notched Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors for a seven inning, two hit, 12 strikeout, no walks performance against Appalachian State (2/27)…needed just 72 pitches to go seven innings and scattered three hits in a shutout win over South Alabama (2/20)…grabbed his first win of the season against Western Kentucky (2/13), throwing six innings and striking out seven.
As a Freshman (2014): Named a second-team selection as a Baseball America and Perfect Game Freshman All-American ... a member of the Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American Team and a first team Freshmen All-American selection by the NCBWA … led the ACC and holds the Maryland single-season record for wins with 11 ... tied for 13th nationally in victories … made 16 starts and posted a 3.12 ERA … threw 92-1/3 innings, the eighth-highest single-season total in school history, and struck out 72 … won the first four starts of his collegiate career … named to the Columbia All-Regional team … earned his first career win at Florida (2/15) ... pitched a career-high six innings of shutout baseball against Bryant (2/22) ... posted a career-high seven Ks against UMass (3/1) to improved his record to 3-0 ... held Florida State (3/8) to one run over a career-high 7-1/3 innings while striking out five to improve to 4-0 ... struck out five in 4-2/3 innings against North Carolina (3/15) ... scattered four hits and allowed one run with six strikeouts over seven innings to improve to 5-0 ... lasted 4-1/3 innings in game two of a doubleheader against Clemson (3/28) and worked 3-1/3 innings at Wake Forest (4/5) ... earned his sixth win at Virginia Tech (4/12) scattering seven hits over 5-1/3 innings allowing two runs ... struck out eight Boston College hitters (4/25) over five innings of work ... earned his eighth win of the year against Notre Dame (5/3) holding the Irish to two runs on four hits over 6-2/3 innings ... gave up three hits, all in the first inning, and one run in 6-2/3 innings at Pitt (5/10) to earn his ninth win of the season setting a single-season school record ... shutout Florida State (5/23) over seven innings while striking out six in a win over the Noles for the second time in the season … scattered five hits over 6-1/3 innings to help Maryland snap South Carolina’s 28-game home postseason winning streak (5/31) … worked six innings in game two of the Charlottesville Super Regional (6/8).
At Gloucester Catholic: A four-year letterwinner and helped lead the Rams to four consecutive NJSIAA Non-Public A state titles … as a senior, finished 8-2 with a 0.63 ERA with 81 strikeouts and threw three no-hitters … tabbed a first-team selection on the 2013 Louisville Slugger High School All-America team … selected a 2013 Rawlings Third Team All-American and a Rawlings First team All-Northeast Region member … named a New Jersey first team all-state honoree … named to the New Jersey All-Non-Public first team and a first-team All-South Jersey selection … ranked the No. 4 prospect in New Jersey and the No. 147 prospect nationally by Perfect Game USA.Personal: Drafted in the 32nd round of the 2013 MLB Draft by the Kansas City Royals ... captured the 2013 American Legion World Series title as a member of Brooklawn Post 72 along with teammate Nick Cieri … named to the 2013 American Legion World Series All-Tournament Team … was the recipient of the 2013 Bob Feller Pitching Award for the most strikeouts in regional and national American Legion competition (33) … son of Michael and Katherine Shawaryn … has one sibling, Kaitlynn, who plays rugby at Gettysburg College … father, Michael, played football at Gettysburg College … lists the piano and saxophone as two hobbies … plans to major in business … also recruited by Duke, LSU, Miami, Notre Dame and Vanderbilt.