JUNIOR SEASON (2009): Highly-rated prep pitcher who could take on greater role on 2009 Irish staff, after making seven appearances as a freshman and only one as a sophomore ... has shown signs of promise and has physical ability to be effective power pitcher, with 6-foot-6, 205- pound frame and high arm slot for significant downward plane on mid-80s fastball and hard-down breaking ball ... could prove to be solid bullpen option, after continuing to fine tune adjustments with his stride and directional ... made key adjustments to his leverage and arm speed ... made one appearance out of the bullpen for the victorious Blue in the Blue-Gold World Series ... tossed 3.2 innings of relief and allowed two earned runs on five hits ... struck out three and did not issue a walk ... spent the summer of 2008 with the Laramie Colts of the Mountain Collegiate League ... helped Colts capture league championship ... went 5-1 with a 3.23 ERA in 12 games (eight starts) ... struck out 29, walked 23 and surrendered 51 hits in 47.1 innings.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008): Pitched for Blue in game-3 of 2007 Blue-Gold World Series ... went 1.0 inning and walked a pair in the 7-5 victory ... made one appearance for the Irish in the spring ... did not retire a batter, walked one and gave up two earned runs on two hits against Manchester College on Apr. 9.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2007): Pitched 2.0 relief innings for Blue in game-3 of 2006 Blue-Gold World Series ... allowed three runs on five hits ... issued a walk, but struck out a pair in the victory ... made one start among his seven appearances during 2007 season (5.40 ERA, 0-1 record, 9 Ks, 5 BB, 15 H, HB,WP, 10 IP) ... made his debut with the Irish versus Iowa, at Stetson (1.2 IP, 2 R, 2 H, 2 BB, K; 1-8) ... pitched in 17-9 win over Western Michigan (IP, R, 3 H, BB, 2 Ks) ... his 3.0 shutout innings (6th-8th; H, BB, K, 11 batters faced) helped Notre Dame rally from 5-0 deficit to beat Toledo, 8-7 ... pitched during the summer of 2007 for the Dubois County Bombers, helping that team finish atop the Central Illinois Collegiate League standings ... compiled a 3.86 ERA, 3-2 record and 25 strikeouts in 22 appearances and 37.1 innings with the Bombers, allowing only 24 hits (.186 opp. batting avg.) in that wood-bat league (also had 27 walks, 4 hit batters, 7 wild pitches and a save, with one start) ... former Notre Dame RHP Dan Kapala and current Irish first baseman Casey Martin (a league all-star) also were members of that Bombers team, as was Seton Hall catcher Chris Affinito.
PREP & PERSONAL: Three-year starter at Regis Jesuit High School, where he pitched and played first base/outfield ... served as team captain as senior, also earning all-city and all-state honors ... posted a 3.16 ERA (53 Ks, 31 BB, 48.2 IP) with the Cherry Creek Connie Mack squad, in the summer of 2006 ... named second team all-conference as a junior (3.34 ERA, 73 Ks, 56.2 IP) for team that won regional title and reached state semifinals ... totaled 24 Ks (18 IP) as a sophomore ... spent 2005 summer with Colorado Khaos (2.35 ERA, 107 Ks, 64 IP, 17 BB) ... also played summer ball with Regis Legion A ... attended the 2005 Area Code Games ... played in Top-50 Game, held at Coors Field ... could become fifth Notre Dame baseball monogram winner from Colorado, with others including recent infielder J.J. Brock (Colorado Springs/Air Academy HS), current Philadelphia Phillies RHP Brad Lidge and outfielder/DH Matt Bransfield (both from Englewood/Cherry Creek HS) ... Brock now is an assistant coach at Georgetown ... lettered two years as a soccer fullback and two as a basketball guard at Regis ... averaged 15.4 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game as 2005- 06 basketball team captain (also all-conference and allstate) ... member of regional-title soccer team as a freshman ... earned academic all-state honors in baseball and basketball, as a junior and senior ... awarded Branch Rickey Humanitarian Award (from Rotary Club of Denver) ... member of National Honor Society ... other Regis products who have been members of ND teams include: mid-'50s tennis player Maury Reidy (Denver), late-'80s golfer Pat Kusek (Longmont), mid-'80s hockey goalie Al Haverkamp (Denver) and mid-'90s swimmer Tom Byorick (Englewood) ... his aunt Mary Lou (Scheid) Puszha is an `82 ND graduate ... born Jan. 12, 1988, in Denver ... son of Mick and Stacy Scheid ... Andrew Francis Scheid ... enrolled in Mendoza College of Business as a management consulting and computer applications double major.
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