Height: 6'3"
Weight: 185
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Chesapeake, VA
High School: Oscar Smith HS



2008: Drafted in the ninth round by the Detroit Tigers... Second team All-CAA selection as a pitcher and third team selection as an outfielder...Tied for second in CAA in strikeouts with 95 in 75.2 innings...Longest hitting streak on team with 19...Tied Jason Godin for most striketouts in a game with 18 against Northeastern...Two complete games..teams hit .259 against him... Walked three times in a game vs VMI...Career high six RBI in a game at W&M...Four hits in a game at W&M(ties career high)... CAA Pitcher of the Week twice...CollegeBaseball National Player of the Week on April 29th...He is tied for fifth all-time at ODU with four career shutouts...He is fourth all-time in career strikeouts with 253.

2007: First Team Louisville Slugger All-American Team by COLLEGIATE BASEBALL newspaper... Second Team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)... Third Team All-American by Baseball America... First Team All-CAA... CAA All-Tournament Team... three-time CAA Pitcher of the Week and one time CAA Player of the Week... on the mound started all 15 games in which he appeared... posted a record of 11-2 with an ERA of 2.20... led the CAA in innings pitched (114.2), strikeouts (130), wins (11) and complete games (8), while ranking second in ERA and opponent batting average (.224)... also pitched three shutouts... averaged 4.5 strikeouts for every walk allowed... ranked ninth in the country in strikeouts and 16th in wins... began the year 9-0 with two no decisions... had double figure strikeouts on six occasions... threw back-to-back complete game shutouts vs. Rutgers (Feb. 25) and Iona (Mar. 3)... struck out a season-high 13 batters, while surrendering just one walk in a 6-0 win against Iona (Mar. 3)... third shutout came against Delaware (Apr. 21) when he gave up four hits and struck out 12... Tied an ODU record with 22 straight shutout innings...allowed just one hit in nine innings pitched and struck out nine vs. Rutgers... did not allow an earned run in ODU's 9-1 win at William & Mary (May 18)... struck out 10 Georgia State batters and allowed just one earned run in the opening round of the CAA Tournament... at the plate batted .305 with 10 doubles, five triples (T-4th in CAA) and five home runs... drove in 35 runs... his .515 slugging percentage ranked second on the team... 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts... batted a team-high .341 with a .625 slugging percentage in CAA competition... had 12 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games... posted a seven-game hit streak... went 4-for-4 with a home run, two doubles, a stolen base and three RBIs in game one of a Mar. 17 doubleheader against Hofstra... 3-for-3 with a double, a sacrifice fly and five RBIs in an Apr. 14 win over Towson... had another strong game vs. Hofstra (Mar. 18) by going 3-for-3 with a solo home run, three RBIs and three runs scored... had three hits, four runs scored and three RBIs vs. Northeastern (Mar. 30), finishing a home run shy of the cycle.

2006: Two saves...eight appearances for ODU Played outfield and thirdbase....hit three homeruns...Hit .327 and posted a 3.07 ERA for Peninsula in the Coastal Plains League... HIGH SCHOOL: Selected All-Tidewater, All-District and All-Region as well as honorable mention All-State in 2005...Threw a no-hitter against Hickory, fanning 11 in that contest for head coach Todd Parker at Oscar Smith High School... He also hit .418 with five homers and 28 RBI...selected in the 44th round by the Washington Nationals...


PERSONAL: Birthdate: May 16, 1987...Parents: Anthony and Joyce Shawler ....Person in history would most like to meet: Shoeless Joe Jackson...Hobbies: Golf and bowling...Favorite Movie: "Gladiator."...Favorite Book Read: "Clear and Present Danger"...Plans to major in Communications.


06 30 89 11 21 7 6 1 3 1-1 5 20 .236
07 49 167 38 51 35 10 5 5 3-3 21 40 .305
08 47 188 34 59 40 14 3 7 3-3 27 45 .314
TL 126 444 83 131 82 30 9 15 7-7 53 105 .295


06 8/2 2-0 26.1 26 13 10 13 28 3.42 
07 15/15 11-2 114.2 95 33 26 29 130 2.20 
08 13/10 5-3 75.2 74 51 45 38 95 5.35 
TL 36/27 18-5 216.2 195 97 81 80 253 3.36

Has two career saves and four career shutouts.

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