2003: Sat out the season after transferring from the University of Florida ... Spent the summer pitching for the Thunder Bay Border Cats in the Northwoods League ... Used as a relief pitcher, he finished 12 of the 24 games he played, fashioning a 2-3 mark with four saves ... Had a 3.66 ERA in 46.2 innings with 48 strikeouts and 23 walks.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA: 2002: Appeared in 13 games in relief, finishing with a 1-0 mark and a 6.06 ERA ... Had 14 strikeouts in 16.1 IP ... Used primarily as a short reliever, tossed a season-high 3.0 innings at Miami 2/8 ... Struckout three in one inning versus Mississippi 3/15 ... 2001: Appeared in seven games (four starts), finishing 2-0 with 6.41 ERA and 11 strikeouts in 19.2 IP ... Threw career-high 4.2 innings in start vs. Bethune-Cookman 3/27 ... Threw 4.0 innings, earning win in second start vs. Maine 3/21 ... Pitched 4.0 innings, earning victory in first collegiate start vs. Fordham 3/14.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2000 graduate of Westminster Academy in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he lettered one year in baseball for head coach Rich Hofman ... Selected for Louisville Slugger TPX All America honors as a senior ... Named All-State Second Team, Miami Herald All-Broward County First Team and Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel First Team as a senior ... Three-time All-Conference first team selection ... Finished with 8-2 record, 1.34 ERA, one save and 92 strikeouts in 64 innings as a senior ... Earned save to lead Westminster to Class 2A state title as a senior ... Played first three years at Miami Country Day where he was named MVP of 1999 MCDS tourney and earned Miami Herald Second Team All-Dade County honors as a junior ... Struck out 127 batters and finished with a 2.29 ERA and 6-3 record as a junior ... Struck out 74 batters, went 5-3 with 2.40 ERA as a sophomore ... Five saves as a freshman ... Earned 2000 All Tournament team honors in Westminster National Classic ... Helped lead Westminster Prep to 28-7 record and No. 22 national ranking in Collegiate Baseball and state title as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born Scot Charles Drucker on May 30, 1982 in Miami, Fla. ... Son of Craig and Felice Drucker ... Grandfather Bernard Sternbach played in the Philadelphia Phillies minor league organization ... Major: sports psychology.