Skyhawk Baseball | Alex Martin - 4

HometownClarksville, Tenn.
Height/Weight6-0 - 205 lbs.

2014: Was the Skyhawks’ most consistent starting pitcher, notching team-highs in games started (13), innings pitched (68) and complete games (one)…Posted a 5.43 ERA with 43 strikeouts in 13 appearances (all starts)…Limited left-handed hitters to a .235 batting average (23-for-98) while excelling with runners on base (.225 opponent batting average) and with two outs (.238 opponent batting average)…Went at least five innings in 10 of his 13 starts, including eight of his first nine appearances…Tossed a career-high 6.1 innings twice (against Southeast Missouri on March 30 and against Eastern Illinois on May 16)…Allowed three or fewer earned runs on six different occasions, including five of his first six starts…Conceded only one run on three hits over six innings at Stephen F. Austin on March 1…Did not allow an earned run while fanning a career-high seven batters over 5.2 innings against Murray State on March 15.

BEFORE UTM: Played under head coach Tyson Malik at Jackson State Community College, where he also played alongside current Skyhawk teammate Taylor Douglas…Went 3-3 with a 6.07 ERA in 15 appearances (four starts) for a Generals squad that went 29-22 overall in 2013…Struck out 22 batters against only 12 walks in 29.2 innings…Best game in 2013 came against Dyersburg State Community College on April 28, when he went a season-high 5.2 innings, allowing three runs on only three hits while fanning four…Filled a variety of roles in 2012 for the Generals, who posted a 34-18 record…Went 1-1 with a 6.75 ERA in 10 appearances, conceding 29 hits while fanning 12 batters…Seven of his 10 appearances were multi-inning outings, including a career-high six frames against Walters State Community College on March 25…Played his high school ball at Rossview High School…Enjoyed a remarkable senior season, going undefeated (8-0) on the hill on his way to earning 2011 Pitcher of the Year accolades from the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle newspaper…Overall, the Hawks completed their best season in school history, going 30-10 with a 16-2 league record under head coach Jason Rice…Led RHS to the regular season 10AAA and district tournament championship in 2011, earning multiple accolades – including all-area Pitcher and Player of the Year honors.

PERSONAL: Born on Jan. 17, 1993…Son of Marty and Michelle Martin…Has one younger sibling, Trey…Majoring in business management.

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