Monday, April 12, 2010

Hallock pitches gem, throws seven scoreless innings in shutout win over Eastern Michigan

Perkins’ Kyle Hallock threw seven scoreless innings, allowing just three hits and three walks while striking out six as Kent State (18-16, 6-3) defeated Eastern Michigan (14-18, 5-4 MAC) 5-0 Sunday afternoon at Oestrike Stadium in Ypsilanti, Mich.

"Kyle Hallock was really good," head coach Scott Stricklin said on the team’s website. "He gave us seven good, shutout innings. He was a huge factor in the win."
Hallock improved to 3-2 on the season through seven starts. He also leads the team with 39 strikeouts and has a save.

Last year as a sophomore, Hallock went 4-3 in 13 starts and had a 4.57 ERA with one save. He was named to the MAC All-Tournament team for his performance. In summer league action, he played for the Peninsula Pilots of the Coastal Plains League and finished second on the Pilots in wins with a 5-2 record and a 4.33 ERA in seven starts.

His freshman season, he made five starts and made 18 appearances. He struck out 38 batters and also earned two saves.

At Perkins, he was a standout athlete, lettering four times in baseball and basketball. He was named the Sandusky Bay Conference and Ohio District VI Player of the Year in baseball as a senior and was first team All-Ohio. He also helped lead the Pirates to the SBC, district and regional championships and to a state final four berth.

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