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Followed that up with four consecutive scoreless outings from Feb. 17-March 12, capped off by three shutout innings in a 4-0 win over Western Kentucky.
Also posted a shutout inning at UNLV on Feb. 17 and against ETSU on Feb. 26 before firing 2.1 scoreless in a 6-4 win over UMass on March 2, during that streak.
Finished with a team-high five wins and a 4.66 ERA, while holding opposing hitters to a .269 batting average over 36.2 innings of work.
Fired the only complete game by a Tennessee pitcher in 2012, going 8.0 innings in a 4-2 loss at No. 24 Ole Miss on May 11.
Did not allow a run in his first 11.1 innings of the year, spanning 11 appearances.
Also started against Vanderbilt (May 6) and Arkansas (May 17).
His five wins all came out of the bullpen against Western Kentucky (Feb. 21), FIU (March 21), Memphis (April 4 and May 9) and Florida (April 14).
Pitched for the Conejo Oaks in the California Collegiate League in the summer of 2012.
Was 1-0 with one save and a 4.71 ERA in 18 appearances, striking out 15 in 17.0 innings and holding opposing hitters to a .143 batting average.
Made one start, allowing one run on five hits and striking out a career-high four batters in 5.0 innings to earn his first collegiate win against Alabama A&M on March 15.
Posted a scoreless inning of relief six occasions, shutting down Morehead State (3/6), New Orleans (3/9), Manhattan (3/12), UNC Asheville (3/30) and Alabama (4/14).
Struck out the side in the ninth inning to complete UT's 18-4 triumph over New Orleans on March 9.
Pitched for the Conejo Oaks in the California Collegiate League in the summer of 2011.
Was 2-2 in 17 appearances, including three starts, posting a 4.83 ERA and striking out 26 in 31.2 innings.
Started at first base and was the team's closer, going 1-4 with four saves and a 3.68 ERA in 14 appearances as a junior.
Was limited to just three innings as a senior after tearing his labrum in the first game of the season.
Played summer ball with the SoCal Cardinals from 2008-10 with whom he participated in the Senior Fall Classic in Peoria, Ariz.
Also played in the 2009 Junior Olympics with the Thousand Oaks Bombers.
Born March 4, 1992, in Leawood, Kansas
Son of Bret Saberhagen and Janeane Munman
Father was a 16-year MLB veteran with the Kansas City Royals, New York Mets, Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox...He was a three-time All-Star (1987, 90, 94), two-time Cy Young Award winner (1985, 89) and 1985 World Series MVP
Has four siblings, former UT manager Drew and Brittany Saberhagen and Sydney and Makenzie Munman
Lists Satchell Paige and Jon Lester as famous people he admires
Interested in pursuing a degree in communications at Tennessee.