Rodriguez, Hagel provide heroics in ninth-inning comeback victory
Cleary gets three hits for second day in a row; Reed strong in 6.1 innings
Maryland is 9-8 against ranked teams this year
Seven-run third inning propels Maryland to victory
Maryland reaches 30 wins for the third time in program history
As a Senior (2012): Made 16 appearances with a team-high 13 starts and ranked second on the team in innings pitched (71.1) ... finished the season with a 4-3 record and a 4.04 ERA ... issued just 16 walks on the year while striking out 44 ... seven of his 13 starts lasted at least 6-2/3 innings ... didn't allow an earned run in seven innings against Purdue (2/25), scattering four hits while matching a career high with eight strikeouts to pick up the win ... named to the CollegiateBaseball360.com weekly honor roll for his performance against the Boilermakers ... pitched a complete game (7 innings) against Manhattan (3/3), allowing just two hits and one unearned run while striking out six ... made a mid-week start against George Washington (3/20) and allowed just two hits in four shutout innings ... had to leave his start against No. 12 Miami (3/24) after just 1-2/3 innings due to neck stiffness ... logged a career-high eight innings against Boston College (3/31), surrendering just one run while striking out seven and issuing no walks to earn the win ... gave up just one earned run in seven innings against No. 17 NC State, scattering seven hits while striking out four without issuing a walk ... left the game with a 6-3 lead but didn't factor into the decision ... turned in his third straight start of at least seven innings by going 7-1/3 against Duke (4/15), allowing three runs on seven hits, but didn't factor into the decision ... held Clemson to two runs in his first 6-1/3 innings, but surrendered three runs in the seventh and took the loss ... allowed three runs on six hits in three innings in a loss at Virginia Tech (4/29) ... pitched two innings of relief at George Mason, retiring all five batters faced with one pickoff of a runner he inherited ... lasted just one inning in a start at Florida State (5/7), surrendering two runs on four hits ... pitched a scoreless inning of relief against Penn State (5/9) ... scattered 11 hits in 7-2/3 innings against Virginia (5/19), striking out four and walking two while allowing four runs.
As a Junior (2011): Led the team with five wins and 74 2/3 innings pitched and was first in ERA among starters (4.70) ... five of his first seven starts spanned at least seven innings ... had a 5-1 record with a 2.42 ERA in eight Saturday starts, but a 0-4 record with a 10.89 ERA in five Friday starts ... held then-No. 6 Texas to a run on three hits in six innings in his Maryland debut on 2/19 to earn his first win ... logged 7 1/3 shutout innings against Army on 2/26 ... allowed two runs in seven innings against Canisius on 3/5 for his third straight win ... pitched seven innings against Boston College on 3/19, allowing three runs, one of them earned, on seven hits while striking out six in a win ... held then-No. 3 Virginia to a run on four hits, retiring 16 straight at one point, in seven innings on 3/26 but took a no decision ... named the Collegiate Baseball 360 Primetime Pitcher of the Week after striking out seven in 7 1/3 shutout innings against No. 7 Florida State on 4/2 ... recorded a career-high eight strikeouts in 6 2/3 against Virginia Tech on 4/22, but allowed four runs on eight hits and took the loss ... started in a mid-week game against Towson on 5/4, tossing two scoreless innings and allowing one hit ... returned to being the Saturday starter on 5/7 vs. North Carolina, after having started on Friday the four previous weekends ... spread out eight hits without issuing a walk, while allowing three runs in six innings against the Tar Heels, leaving with the game tied 3-3 ... had his shortest weekend outing of the season against Wake Forest (5/20), going 2 1/3 and allowing five runs (four earned) on four hits and three walks.
As a Sophomore at Western Nevada (2010): Finished year with 2.57 ERA and 5-3 record in 17 appearances ... pitched in 49.0 innings, allowing just a .212 batting average.
As a Freshman at Western Nevada (2009): Finished year with 3.64 ERA and 7-4 record in 17 appearances, including 12 starts ... pitched 76.2 innings, striking out 64 batters and allowing opponents to just a .219 batting average.
Personal: David J. Carroll ... son of Paul and Tish Carroll ... favorite sports hero is P.J. Whitmore ... plans to be a sports agent ... chose Maryland because of the prestige of the ACC ... a life science-government major.
Carroll's Career Statistics