Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 220
Year: Senior
Hometown: Westminster, Md.
High School: Westminster HS


As a Redshirt Senior (2012): An Academic All-ACC selection and member of the Capital One Academic All-District 2 team ... made 13 appearances and 12 starts ... had a 6-4 record with a 3.04 ERA and 73 strikeouts in 83 innings pitched ... his 3.04 ERA ranked 15th in the ACC ... is tied for second all-time in strikeouts (254) with B. Agamennone ... ranks fifth all-time in innings pitched (258.2) ... tied for fifth in school history with 16 career wins ... pitched at least six innings in nine of his 12 starts ... led the team in strikeouts (73) and innings pitched (83.0) ... picked off a team-high six base runners ... didn't allow an earned run in four of his first five starts ... struck out eight, surrendered just two hits and picked up a victory over No. 14 UCLA (2/19) ... pitched five innings against No. 20 East Carolina (2/26) without allowing an earned run but didn't factor into the decision ... logged seven shutout innings against Manhattan (3/4), striking out five and allowing just three hits ... went a season-high eight scoreless innings, striking out eight and scattering seven hits in a win over No. 4 North Carolina (3/18) ... named to the weekly honor roll for his performance against the Tar Heels ... allowed a career-high 11 hits against No. 12 Miami (3/25), but surrendered just four runs and earned the win ... took a no-decision after allowing four runs in seven innings of work while striking out six at Boston College (3/30) ... suffered his second loss of the season after surrendering three runs on seven hits in 6 2/3 innings against No. 17 NC State ... picked up his fifth win of the season by pitching six innings against Duke (4/14), allowing two runs on four hits while matching a season high with eight strikeouts ... allowed a season-high five runs on 10 hits in five innings against Clemson (4/21) in a loss ... struck out a season-high 10 in eight innings at Virginia Tech, surrendering just one unearned run on three hits ... moved past Eric Milton for third place on the career strikeout list with the performance ... was scratched from his Sunday start at Florida State (5/6) after coming down with food poisoning ... pitched five innings in relief against the Seminoles (5/7), surrendering one run on three hits and three walks while striking out five ... allowed five runs on seven in seven innings while striking out five against Virginia (5/17).

As a Senior (2011): Served a redshirt season.

As a Junior (2010): Started 13 games and came in on relief once ... had a 5-8 record and led team with 4.50 ERA ... on the mound for all five of Maryland's ACC wins ... held opposing batters to a .267 batting average ... only walked 25 batters in 86 innings pitched ... pitched one complete game ... 14th in the ACC in innings pitched ... 10th in the ACC with 91 strikeouts ... made his first relief appearance of the season against Towson (3/3), pitching a perfect 1.2 innings ... struck out nine while pitching eight innings in the win over Hofstra (3/6) ... pitched eight innings and didn't allow a run against Virginia Tech (3/12) ... struck out eight batters in eight innings, while allowing just two runs in the win over No. 3 Georgia Tech (3/19) ... went 7 1/3 against No. 6 Florida State, striking out nine and allowing just one earned run on six hits ... pitched his second career complete game vs. Boston College on April 11, setting a new career high with 12 strikeouts ... struck out 10 in 6 1/3 vs. No. 16 Miami (4/30), giving up four runs on eight hits ... pitched 6 innings, striking out 10 in a win against Wake Forest (5/20).

As a Sophomore (2009): Led the team with 75 strikeouts, which ranked 15th in the ACC ... second on the team with 73.2 innings pitched ... pitched the only team's complete game on 5/8 against Wake Forest ... pitched 2.1 shutout innings of relief, striking out five batters to earn victory against UMES (3/11) ... struck out nine batters against Old Dominion to earn the victory, tossing 6 1/3 innings (3/18) ... pitched six shutout innings against UMBC, striking out eight batters with no walks to earn victory against Retrievers (3/25) ... pitched six strong innings at Virginia, despite getting the loss, allowed four earned runs and struck out seven (4/3) ... pitched seven innings and also struck out career-high 10 batters, despite taking loss against Virginia Tech (4/11) ... limited top-ranked North Carolina to two runs in six innings (4/26) ... first career complete game while allowing four runs and tying a career-high 10 strikeouts in a victory over Wake Forest (5/8).

As a Freshman (2008): Made 10 appearances and two starts ... made first-career appearance against Hofstra, pitching three innings of relief (2/29) ... made first collegiate start at UMBC, striking out three batters in four innings pitched to earn his first-career victory ... struck out all three batters faced against UMES (5/6).

At Westminster: Played baseball and basketball for the Owls, making first-team all-conference in both ... holds MVAL career records for wins (30), strikeouts (285), ERA (0.85), no-hitters (two) and hits allowed (99) ... winning pitcher for Maryland Class 3A state champions ... First-Team Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American pitcher in 2007 ... named first-team all-metro by the "Baltimore Sun" in 2007 ... Carroll County Player of the Year in 2005 and 2007 ... Went 10-1 with 113 strikeouts with a 0.64 ERA as a senior ... graduated with a 4.0 GPA.

Personal: Son of Bryan and Beth Harman ... has one brother, Cody ... enjoys watching football, four-wheeling, playing basketball, watching movies and collecting autographs ... favorite athlete is Michael Phelps ... also recruited by Towson, UMBC, Duke and Florida International ... graduated with a degree in kinesiology in the spring of 2011 ... plans to attend PA school after Maryland ... recipient of the Bob "Turtle" Smith & Carol B. Smith & Family Endowed Baseball Scholarship ... a two-time Academic All-ACC selection (2009 & 2010) ... won baseball's Academic Achievement Award in 2010-11 for being the junior or senior with the highest GPA.

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