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#19 Derrick Stultz
Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 190
Year: Redshirt Senior
City/State: Tampa, FL
High School: Wharton HS
Derrick Stultz bio
Courtesy: USF
Release: 05/28/2012
STULTZ, Derrick
Year
ERA
W
L
App
GS
CG
SHO
CBO
SV
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
2B
3B
HR
BF
B/Avg
WP
HBP
BK
SFA
SHA
2008
3.08
4
3
12
10
1
0
0
0
64.1
62
28
22
18
53
19
3
3
273
0.255
8
7
0
1
4
2009
4.48
5
4
13
13
0
0
0
0
76.1
70
41
38
27
63
12
2
12
330
0.244
2
9
0
3
4
2012
3.29
9
1
17
14
1
1
0
0
87.2
71
34
32
23
60
10
0
5
--
0.218
3
15
0
3
8
TOTAL
3.61
18
8
42
37
2
1
0
0
227.4
203
103
92
68
176
41
5
20
603
0.239
13
31
0
7
16

2012: Appeared in 17 games, starting in 14 of them as part of USF's weekend rotation, during his senior season...Finished the season leading the team and the BIG EAST conference in wins with nine...Recorded his first career complete game shutout during the 2012 BIG EAST Baseball Championships, earning him All-BIG EAST honors (just one of three Bulls to earn the recognition)...His first CG SHO led the Bulls to their first win over Connecticut on the third day of the tournament, giving them momentum going into game two of day where they knocked them out of the tournament and advanced to first ever BIG EAST Championship final...Before the start of the tournament, the redshirt senior was named to the conference second-team for his performance during regular season...Was named BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week after his 8-inning, one-run pitching performance against top-25 and conference rival Louisville during the conference regular season, helping lift USF to 5-1 win in the final game of the series...Other pivotal performances included a 6-inning shutout to give Bulls a sweep over UCONN during conference regular season.

2011: Missed the 2011 season due to a shoulder injury.

2010:
Missed the 2010 season due to off-season shoulder surgery.

2009 Awards and Honors
BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll- February 23, 2009
BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll- March 9, 2009
Named to the All Big East Third Team

2009: Starting pitcher for 13 games which is tied for first on the team ... ERA of 4.48 and pitched a total of 76 innings which was the second most innings pitched by a USF pitcher ... Led the team in opposing batting average with an average of .244 ... Struck out 63 batters which the second most batters struck out by a USF pitcher ...  Third best win-loss percentage on the team with an average of .556 ... Made 21 batters strike out looking which is the third highest number on the team ... Led the team in batting average versus left hander's with an average of .226 ... Led the team with batting average versus the leadoff hitter with an average of .253 ... Recorded a total of 80 ground ball outs which is the third highest on the team ...  Pitched an average of 5.87 inning per game which is the second most on the team ... Led the team in doubles allowed per game with an average of 1.41 ... Led the team in number of fly outs allowed per game with an average of 9.31 ... Second on the team in number of runs allowed per game with an average of 4.83 ... Had an ERA of 4.65 in BIG EAST games ... Pitched 50.1 innings in BIG EAST games which is the second most innings pitched on the team ... Appeared and started in one BIG EAST tournament game ... Pitched five innings and had an ERA of 9.00 ... Helped lead USF to victory in first start of the season against Purdue (2/21) ... Pitched six innings and allowed one run ... Helped lead USF to victory against Marshall (3/6) ... Pitched six innings and allowed zero runs against Marshall ... Helped lead USF to victory against Georgetown (4/11) ... Pitched seven innings and allowed two runs against Georgetown ... Helped lead USF to victory against West Virginia (4/25) ... Pitched eight innings and allowed two runs against West Virginia.

2008:
USF's Sunday starter for the majority of the season  ...  Started 10 games (tied team-high) and made two relief appearances in his rookie season  ...  Earned a 4-3 record  ...  Posted a team-low 3.08 ERA, allowing 22 earned runs in 64.1 innings pitched  ...  Eleventh in the BIG EAST in ERA with a 3.23 mark in league games only  ...  Recorded 53 strikeouts, the third-most on the team  ...  One complete game, the May 11 contest at St. John's  ...  Recorded six strikeouts in three games and a season-high eight Ks on one occasion  ...  Held opponents to a team-low .255 batting average  ...  USF debut was Feb. 24 against Indiana State  ...  Came in for 3.1 innings of relief, striking out three  ...  Earned first win on March 1, his second relief appearance, after allowing only one hit and fanning three in 2.0 innings  ...  First start was March 5 at Bethune-Cookman, when he tallied four Ks  ...  Allowed no runs in 7.0 innings and sat down three in his second start, the March 12 game against North Florida  ...  Earned his second win of the year that night  ...  Recorded six Ks in back-to-back starts on March 30 (Georgetown) and April 6 (at West Virginia)  ...  Season-high eight strikeouts were recorded in his third win of the season, on April 20 at Rutgers  ...  Fourth and final victory of the year was his 9.0-inning complete game on May 11 at St. John's  ...  Allowed only two runs from eight hits and didn't walk any Red Storm players in that game  ...  Final start was against Notre Dame in the BIG EAST Championships, a 4.0-inning, four-strikeout game.

2007 MLB Draft:
Selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 38th round.

2007 Summer:
Pitched in the Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif.

High School:
An honorable mention all-county player for Wharton High after transferring from Gaither High the previous season  ...  Pitched 11 games, with 78 strikeouts  ...  ERA 1.76  ...  Also in 2007 was all-county and participated in the Tampa Bay High School All-Star Classic at Tropicana  ...  Awarded Wharton High Top Performer of 2007 award and earned honor roll  ...  Was 1-0 with a 5.25 ERA for the Cowboys, striking out 19 batters in 12 innings  ...  Three-year letterwinner.

Personal:
Full name is Derrick Sean Stultz  ...  Born March 23, 1989 in Tampa, Fla.  ...  Son of Richard and Gretchen Stultz  ...  Athletic role models include my mother and father who told me to never settle for anything average  ...  Enjoys drawing and watching ESPN  ...  Majoring in exercise science.


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