Colin Matheny

Colin  Matheny


High School:
Strake Jesuit

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200




Rice -- Will sit out the 2005 season due to an injury. 2004: Continued to gain experience with steady work out of the bullpen... Made 10 appearances, all in relief... Finished third on the team with a pair of saves... Final pitcher in six games overall... Scattered three hits and struck out a season-high three in three frames to earn a save against Texas State... Fired a scoreless inning with a pair of strikeouts for a save on the road at WAC rival Louisiana Tech... Maintained a 3.48 ERA until his final outing of the year at home against Louisiana Tech. 2003: Spot starter who responded with quality performances when called on... Had a 3-1 record with a 2.29 ERA as a freshman... Threw 6.1 innings of shutout ball in his first college start at Southwest Texas, allowed one hit in five innings against Lamar, and shut out St. Mary's on only two hits over 6.2 relief innings for his third win of the season... Won his second game when the Owls rallied for a 10-5 win over Nevada, allowing one hit in 3.1 relief innings... Threw two hitless innings in the win over Wichita State in the regional.

High School -- 2002 graduate of Strake Jesuit College Preparatory School in Houston... Four-year letterman for coach Jeff Wallis... Had a 5-5 record with a 2.15 earned run average for the Crusaders... Struck out 89 batters and allowed only 20 walks as a senior... Had a career record of 25-13 with a 2.40 ERA... High school teammate of fellow Owl Matt Cavanaugh... Also led Jesuit to a 10-0 football record in '01 as a quarterback, helping the Crusaders to a win in the Jesuit Bowl... Threw for 950 yards and rushed for 600 more as a senior... Had a 3.6 high school GPA (4.0 scale), participating in student government and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Personal -- Full Name: Colin Barrett Matheny. Born: Oct. 15, 1983, at New Haven, Conn. Parents: John and Pat Matheny, Houston (one sister). His father played basketball and golf at Ohio University. College: Sid Richardson.



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