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Pitched 0.2 innings at Middle Tennessee, striking out two and giving up one run on one hit (March 14).
Tallied five strikeouts, three runs on two hits and two walks in 3.1 innings versus Missouri (April 11).
Threw 1.0 shutout innings of baseball and one strikeout in the series opener against Missouri (April 9).
Recorded his fourth loss of the season after giving up six runs on eight hits in 3.0 innings at Ole Miss (April 3).
Earned his second win of the season at Vanderbilt after pitching 1.2 innings of shutout baseball and three strikeouts (March 28).
Tossed 1.0 shutout inning and two strikeouts on March 25 against Cincinnati.
Registered his third loss of the season against Georgia after pitching 2.1 innings and allowing six runs on four hits and four walks, striking out three (March 22).
Charged with his second loss of the season at Florida, giving up six runs on six hits and and four walks in 2.2 innings (March March 15).
Pitched 5.0 innings against Grand Canyon, striking out five and allowing one hit to earn his first win of the season (March 8).
Made his second start of the season at UC Irvine, allowing one earned run and recording four strikeouts over 6.2 innings pitched (Feb. 27).
Threw 1.0 inning of no-hit shutout baseball at Belmont (Feb. 25).
Got the starting nod and was charged with the loss after going 3.1 innings allowing two runs on two hits and striking out three during his 2015 debut at Florida International (Feb. 15).
Earned his second win by firing 6.0 innings, allowing only one run on two hits while striking out five versus Quinnipiac (March 2).
Tossed 3.0 shutout innings while surrendering only one hit at South Carolina (March 30).
Earned his first SEC win by going 5.1 shutout innings while allowing two hits and striking out three against Vanderbilt (April 6).
Threw 3.0 scoreless innings of relief on May 2, holding Kentucky to just one hit while fanning two of his 12 batters faced.
Allowed just one earned run over 3.2 relief frames on May 6 against UNC Asheville, recording four strikeouts while allowing four hits.
Struck out three batters in his 1.0 inning of relief on May 17 against Florida.
Tossed 4.0 scoreless innings and allowed just two hits with four punchouts in Tennessee's SEC Tournament matchup on May 20 against Vanderbilt (Hoover, Ala.).
Pitched in seven games (including six starts) for the Matsu Miners over the summer, going 0-2 with a 4.18 ERA while recording 35 strikeouts over 23.2 innings pitched. His 35 strikeouts ranked third-best on the club and fifth in the League, while his 23.2 innings pitched were tied for second-most among the Matsu pitching staff.
Graduated from Farragut High School in Knoxville where he was coach by Matt Buckner.
Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 1 prospect in the state of Tennessee, the No. 7 right-handed pitcher in the nation and the 32nd-best overall prospect in the class of 2013.
Named Louisville Slugger First Team All-American after his senior season.
Rated the No. 35 Major League prospect by Baseball America and No. 43 by MLB.com.
Ranked No. 21 on ESPN's Top 100 MLB Draft Prospects.
Earned all-state, all-district, PrepXtra first team and All-KIL following senior campaign.
2013 Rawlings Preseason All-American, Perfect Game First Team Southeast Region and a 2012 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American.
Posted a 7-1 record with 1.76 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 63.2 innings pitched his senior season.
Helped the Admirals go 35-9 and claim the District 4-AAA Championship, Region 2-AAA Championship and finish as the TSSAA State Runner-ups his senior season.
Fired a no-hitter against rival Bearden, picking up 13 strikeouts en route to a 2-0 victory in 2013.
Despite missing a large portion of his junior season at Farragut with a cracked rib, returned to post a 4-0 record with a 2.41 ERA and 33 strikeouts in just 33 innings of work.
Born July 6, 1995
His father is Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano, mother is Krista Knowles and stepmother is Tracy Serrano
Majoring in Psychology
Has two younger brothers, Zach and Parker
Lists his father as the biggest sports influence on his life
Models his game after professional pitcher Roy Halladay
Recipient of the Alma & Hal Reagan Scholarship Endowment and the Richard A. Hodge Athletic Scholarship