Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 210
Year: Junior
Hometown: Forest Hill, Md.
High School: North Harford


As a Sophomore (2014): Ranked third in the ACC in saves (13) … tied Brett Cecil’s 2006 single-season record for saves ... completed the season with 22 career saves, the second most in school history, one shy of the record ... finished the season as the ACC’s active career leader in saves and tied for 23rd nationally … is tied for the 12th-most saves in ACC history … made 26 appearances with one start and posted a 4.33 ERA with 45 strikeouts in 35-1/3 innings … worked 1-1/3 innings at Florida (2/16) to get his first save of the season ... picked up his second save in game two of a doubleheader against Bryant (2/22) ... made his first start of the season against UNC (3/16) ... picked up two saves over the weekend against NC State clinching game two (3/22) with a five-out save and sealing game three (3/23) with 1-1/3 innings of work striking out three in both games ... picked up his fifth save of the season against VCU (4/1) ... pitched two perfect innings with four strikeouts against Mt. St. Mary’s (4/9) ... pitched a season-high 2-2/3 scoreless innings to earn his sixth save of the season at Virginia Tech (4/12) ... earned a two-inning save with two Ks against Georgia Tech (4/19) ... struck out the side against James Madison (4/29) ... earned his eighth save against Notre Dame (5/4) with 1-2/3 innings of scoreless relief ... picked up his ninth save with 1-2/3 innings of relief against Towson (5/7) ... picked up his first win of the season at Pitt (5/11) after pitching a season-high three innings ... earned a save against Virginia (3/22) and Florida State (5/23) at the ACC Tournament ... struck out three Seminoles in two innings ... struck out two Gamecocks (5/31) and stranded the tying run at third sealing the win with a double play in the ninth in game two of the Columbia Regional … picked up his 13th save in game one of the Charlottesville Super Regional with 1-1/3 innings of work.

As a Freshman (2013): Had a team-high 28 appearances with three starts … tied for fourth in the ACC with nine saves, a total which is the second-highest single-season total in program history … posted a 3-2 record with a 2.18 ERA with 33 strikeouts in 41-1/3 innings … held opponents to a .203 batting average … made his first career start in game two of a DH against Oakland (2/22) allowing two runs over 4-1/3 innings … scattered seven hits with a career-best five strikeouts over six shutout innings against Princeton (3/2) to earn his first career win … recorded his first career save with a perfect ninth inning against Florida State (3/15) … struck out three to get a two-inning save at NC State (3/30) … worked an 1-2/3 innings in game one of a DH against Virginia Tech (4/20) to earn his third victory … pitched a perfect ninth inning with two Ks to earn his ninth save at Liberty (5/1).

At North Harford: A four-year letterwinner in baseball...helped lead the Hawks to the Maryland 3A title game...finished his career with a 24-8 record with a 1.35 ERA and 301 strikeouts, hit .349 with 19 doubles, nine home runs and 77 RBI...named ESPN/Gatorade Player of the Year in Maryland, Baltimore Sun Player of the Year as a senior...selected first team all-county and first team all-division as a senior...named to the 2012 MSABC Preseason Team...ranked as the top pitcher and No. 2 overall prospect in Maryland by Perfect Game USA... anked No. 494 nationally... 2011 Perfect Game USA preseason All-America honorable mention selection...pitched a perfect game in the Maryland 3A semifinals as a senior.

Personal: Kevin Andrew Mooney...son of Greg and Karen Mooney...has one sister, Stephanie, who attends Maryland...father, Greg, played one season of baseball at Towson...favorite sports heros are Nolan Ryan and Rudy Ruettiger...graduated top-five percent of his class from North Harford and was a four-year member of the honor roll...also recruited by Army, Coastal Carolina, Delaware, Georgia Southern, Mt. St. Mary's, UMBC, VCU, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
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