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    12  Jack Andersen
    Jack Andersen

    Class:
    Sophomore

    Hometown:
    Palatine, Ill.

    High School:
    Fremd

    Height / Weight:
    6-4 / 190

    Position:
    RHP

    B/T:
    R/R


    04/06/2014

    McDonald Steals Home to Send Flames to Sweep of YSU

    Mickey McDonald stole home with two outs in the 10th inning

    04/03/2014

    Baseball Welcomes YSU for Third Straight Home Weekend Series

    Flames are 26-1 in home games against Penguins since their HL inception

    03/31/2014

    Jack Andersen Named Horizon League Pitcher of the Week

    Sophomore tossed eight shutout innings in series finale win vs. UWM

    03/31/2014

    Wednesday's Game With Purdue Moved to Tuesday

    First pitch set for 6:05 p.m. CT

    03/30/2014

    Baseball Wins UWM Series with Doubleheader Split on Sunday

    First series win against Panthers since 2010

    Career Statistics in PDF Format

    2013: Game-By-Game Statistics in PDF Format | Game Highs in PDF Format

    Appeared in 20 games and started six contests in his freshman season with UIC ... made his collegiate debut against No. 24 Texas A&M on Feb. 16, allowing a mere eight hits and four runs in seven innings with a season-high four strikeouts ... earned his first win on March 16 versus Youngstown State, giving up just one run in eight frames ... tied for the team lead with three saves on the year after picking up his first against Valparaiso on April 5 ... ended the season with a 4-5 record, a 5.09 ERA and 25 strikeouts ... his 53.0 innings on the season ranked tied for third on the team.


    PREP/PERSONAL: Andersen came to UIC from Fremd high school where he compiled a 9-2 record during his senior season with the Vikings. The 6-foot 4-inch righty owned a 1.90 earned run average and totaled 71 strikeouts in just 70 innings pitched in 2012 and carried a .305 batting average. Andersen piloted Fremd to its fourth-straight Mid-Suburban League title in May of 2012. Currently enrolled as a Marketing major.

    "We're really excited about Andersen and what he can bring to the program," said head coach Mike Dee. "The big thing for us is that he likes to compete."