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2011 (Freshman): Made 15 relief appearances on the season tossing 15 innings out of the bullpen ... Finished with 10.80 ERA, striking out 18 against 13 walks .... 11 of the 28 hits he allowed on the year went for extra bases as opponents hit .389 against him on the season ... Fanned two in an inning of work in his season debut against Morehead State (2/19) ... Struck out the side against Manhattan (2/25) for a season-high three strikeouts ... Tossed a season-long two innings twice on the year at Eastern Kentucky (3/1) and at Appalachian State (5/8) ... Scored the win in what was at the time the longest game in WCU history, tossing an inning and a third at Furman (5/13) in the 14-13, 16 inning victory ... His two career victories have both come against the Paladins.
2010 (Freshman): Made 12 appearances on the year including two starts ... Tossed 23.1 innings including 15.2 out of the bullpen, finishing with a 1-1 record with a save ... Allowed 13 runs on 25 hits with 19 strikeouts against 11 walks as a rookie, limiting opponents to a .287 batting average against ... Collegiate debut came in early March with two innings of one-hit relief against SIU-Edwardsville ... Pitched the ninth inning in WCU's come-from-behind win at Georgia Southern, issuing just one walk to garner his first career save ... Made his first collegiate start against the Georgia Bulldogs, surrendering five runs on four hits with one walk in two innings of work ... Pitched a career-long seven innings out of the pen against Furman, allowing one run while scattering five base hits with a career-best six strikeouts ... Closed the season by pitching 3.2 innings of hitless, scoreless relief in the Southern Conference Championship game out of the bullpen, striking out and walking two ... Played with the Wilson Tobs in the Coastal Plain League during the summer.
High School: Spent two years at Savannah Christian Academy before finishing his high school career at H.V. Jenkins High School in Savannah, Ga. ... Earned All-Region honors as a pitcher for three consecutive years ... Compiled a career record of 23-7 as a pitcher, including a 9-1 campagin during his senior season ... Hit .400 with one home run during his senior season at H.V. Jenkins High Schoo.
Personal: Full name is Theodore J. Page ... Son of Brad and Mary Page ... Born in Boston, Mass., before moving to Savannah, Ga.
Career Game Highs:
Innings Pitched: 7.0, FURMAN (5/10/10)
Strikeouts: 6, FURMAN (5/10/10)
Walks: 3, at Appalachian State (5/7/11)
Consecutive Scoreless Innings: 6.2, FURMAN (5/10/10)