Kevin Dooley won two straight starts after beginning the season 1-2 to finish 2010 with a 3-2 record...started the season with two shutout relief appearances against Wofford and Toledo...pitched a career high 28.1 innings.
Kevin Dooley appeared in 12 games during the 2009 season, putting in 26.0 innings of work...opened the season with a strong four inning performance against Navy, allowing just two hits and zero runs while striking out four batters on February 22...tied for second on the team with four wins posting a 4-1 mark...struck out nine batters looking during the season...pitched five innings versus Cleveland State giving up only four hits and allowing no runs en route to a 10-0 victory.
Dooley started five of his seven appearances last season with the Panthers as a true freshman...he pitched a total of 25 innings, striking out 20 batters...earned his first win of the season on April 30 against Cleveland State where he went five innings allowing only three hits and one run while striking out a season-high five batters in the 9-1 victory...in his final start, met the Vikings once again, where he went 4.2 innings surrendering only two runs and striking out five which helped lead the Panthers to a 4-2 win on May 14.
Dooley was a three-year member of the Central Bucks East High School baseball team...saw time both in the outfield and on the mound...batted a career-high .564 as a senior, while pitching to a career-best 5-1...tallied .498 and .305 averages as a junior and sophomore, respectively...garnered first team all-section honors as a junior and senior...named to all-region team as a senior...earned second team all-state honors as a senior...was also a member of the Central Bucks East basketball and soccer teams...earned academic honor roll all three years of high school.
Born December 10, 1988....son of John and Donna Dooley...has two brothers, Chris (21) and Sean (17)...majoring in business.
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