Notre Dame (37-21) moves into the winner's bracket at the NCAA Champaign Regional.
No. 23 Notre Dame opens its NCAA Championship with a 1 p.m. (ET) Friday showdown with Wright State.
Notre Dame plays NC State, Virginia and Miami in pool play starting Thursday.
Already in the ACC Tournament, Notre Dame looks to bolster seeding in the 10-team tourney.
Notre Dame rallied late to win game one, 10-5, before taking game two, 3-1.
The Irish opened NCAA Champaign Regional play in fine fashion Friday, May 29, 2015 with a 13-7 win over Wright State.
@NDBaseball won its ACC opener @ Georgia Tech, 3-2, to win its 10th straight game. Thanks to Danny Karnik for the photos.
The Irish invaded Miami for a meeting with the No. 11 Hurricanes. ND picked up its 1st ACC road win & 1st ranked ACC win.
ND kicked off its 2014 season with a trip to Boca Raton, Fla., for a meeting with the No. 24 Florida Atlantic Owls.
The Irish play their first series on the new FieldTurf at Frank Eck Stadium as Clemson comes calling May 9-11.
AT NOTRE DAME (2012-PRESENT): Two-year monogram winner … resilient pitcher, who has overcome three severe injuries since senior year of high school to pitch at collegiate baseball’s highest level … missed senior year in high school due to a knee injury … missed the 2013 campaign with a right shoulder injury … injured left knee in final start of 2014 … shown great persistence and determination to be able to bounce back from injuries … throws strikes and challenges batters … induces a lot of ground balls … had outstanding second half of 2014, finishing the year second in the ACC in ERA (1.87).
HONORS & AWARDS: ACC Academic Honor Roll (2014).
JUNIOR SEASON (2014): Shook off some early-season rust to have spectacular junior campaign … had a 13.50 ERA (5 ER) in first 3.1 innings of work (two appearances) to open season before registering a 1.16 ERA (7 ER) in 54.1 innings (12 appearances) over the remainder of the year … made 14 appearances on the mound for the Irish including nine starts … went 3-1 with a team-best 1.87 ERA … ERA was second best in the ACC … allowed 46 hits in 57.2 innings of work as opponents batted .217 … struck out 31 and walked 16 … averaged 4.84 strikeouts and 2.50 walks per nine innings … went 1-0 in ACC games with a 1.74 ERA … held left-handed hitters to a .211 batting average and right-handed hitters to a .222 average … opponents hit just .171 when the bases were empty … went at least five innings in seven out of nine starts … earned first start of the season at No. 24 Florida Atlantic (Feb. 16) striking out three batters in 2.1 innings of work … tossed 5.2 innings of relief, allowing just one hit and striking out five vs. Virginia Tech (March 22) … had four quality starts in a row from April 16 – May 11 … went seven innings against Central Michigan (April 23), striking out a season-high eight batters … earned a win against No. 22 Clemson (May 11), throwing eight innings and allowing three runs (two earned) on only three hits … in season finale against Pittsburgh (May 17), went 1.2 innings and allowed one run on two hits before suffering a right knee injury that ended his season … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll … earned a monogram.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013): Did not make any appearances during his sophomore season with the Irish as he recovered from preseason right shoulder surgery.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012): Made two appearances out of the Irish bullpen ... went 0-0 with a 12.00 earned run average in two appearances (both in relief) ... allowed four hits in 3.0 innings of work as opponents batted .308 ... struck out two and walked one ... averaged 6.00 strikeouts and 3.00 walks per nine innings ... posted a 2.00 strikeout-to-walk ratio ... tossed a season-high 2.0 scoreless innings in the loss at Michigan State (April 10) ... retired all six Spartans he faced and struck out two ... roughed up for four earned runs on four hits in 1.0 inning of work at Georgetown (April 21) … earned a monogram.
PREP & PERSONAL: Three-year letterwinner at Saugus H.S. in Saugus, California ... missed senior season following a torn ACL ... participated in the 2010 Junior Olympics ... played in the Arizona 2010 all-academic game and the Southern California Scout Ball All-Star game ... suited up for the Cornejo Oaks and the So Cal Cardinals ... full name is Scott Patrick Kerrigan ... son of Mike and Dina Kerrigan ... has one sister, Jennifer ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in information technology management.
**Career Stats Attached Above As PDF (As Of May 17, 2014)**