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Tossed 2.0 innings while allowing one run on one hit and striking out two in his debut on Rocky Top versus Quinnipiac (Feb. 28).
Fired 3.0 shutout innings allowing no hits and striking out three against La Salle (March 4).
Earned his first win as a Vol on March 9, recording 2.1 shutout innings in a 6-4 victory at No. 24 Arizona State.
Recorded his second win of the season tossing 2.0 shutout innings of relief while recording two strikeouts against Austin Peay (March 18).
Threw 3.2 innings of relief against Vanderbilt (April 5), allowing one unearned run on four hits while striking out four.
Fired 2.2 shutout innings at Georgia (April 12), allowing three hits, one walk and striking out three.
Recorded six consecutive outings, 9.2 innings, without allowing an earned run (April 1-19).
Tabbed a Perfect Game Top 100 junior college prospect.
Led the Senators to the 2013 JUCO World Series with an 8-3 record, including three complete games, and a 4.62 ERA.
Added 70 strikeouts in 74.0 innings pitched as a sophomore.
Went 6-1 with a 2.68 ERA in 14 appearances, including eight starts, as a freshman.
Fired three complete games and earned one save while striking out 42 in 53.2 innings as a rookie.
Earned Rawlings Southeast Region Honorable Mention All-American honors as a senior.
Named Watauga Valley Conference Player of the Year in both his senior and junior seasons.
Hit .670 with 59 RBIs, 12 home runs and posted a 1.33 ERA while leading the Rangers to conference, regional and district titles as a senior.
Three-sport star was two-time all-conference in basketball and a three-time all-conference selection in football.
Three-year captain in football, and two-year captain in both baseball and basketball.
Set the school record for most passing yards during his senior season.
Born February 26, 1993
Son of Paul and Peggy Peterson
Majoring in history
Recipient of the Charles A. Carpenter Family Athletic Scholarship