2013: A second-team All-Big East selection...went 9-3 with a 3.70 ERA in 107.0 innings of work...led the Panthers with 85 strikeouts and ranked second with three complete games... worked six-or-more innings in 14 of his 15 starts...went 7.1 with six strikeouts in a win over Wichita State... won three straight against Manhattan, Niagara and St. John's...went the distance with six Ks against the Johnnies...in a no-decision pitched nine innings allowing one run with nine strikeouts against Towson...allowed one earned and struck out six in a win over Georgetown...tied a season-high with nine strikeouts in a victory over Villanova...went eight innings with eight strikeouts against Notre Dame in the Big East Tournament.
2012: Posted a 5.03 ERA and 4-4 record in 14 starts...led the team in strikeouts (86)...his 91.1 innings pitched were the third highest on the team...held opponents to a .259 batting average, the third-lowest mark on the pitching staff...named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll in Week 4...tossed a complete game against Michigan State, giving up one run on seven hits while striking out a career high 13 batters (March 11)...allowed just one run on five hits with five strikeouts in a 2-1 win over USF on April 13.
2011: Earned a 3.78 ERA in his rookie year...finished 5-2 in his 15 appearances ...tallied 31 strikeouts in 50 innings of work.
High School: Wotherspoon held a 1.48 ERA his junior year and a 1.70 ERA his senior year at Crestwood High...tallied a career record of 10-3...led Crestwood to the 2009 district championship game...won the 2009 Wyoming Valley Conference and League Championship for the Mountain Post American Legion team...two-time selection for the Wyoming Valley Conference All-Star team...three-time member of the Pocono Region Keystone team in the Keystone Games...competed in football and golf...member of the 2009 Wyoming Valley Conference Championship golf team.
Personal: Born on October 6, 1991...son of Matt and Teresa Wotherspoon...has one sister, Juliet ...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.