1 Peter Kelich
1 Peter Kelich
Height: 6-1
Weight: 175
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Jackson, N.J.
High School: Jackson Memorial
Position: RHP
Major: Marketing
Bats/Throws: R/R

As a junior: Put together one of the finest seasons for a pitcher in Bryant history as a junior in 2012 ... Named the Northeast Conference Pitcher of the Year and First Team All-NEC after going 8-3 with a 1.81 ERA over 94 1/3 innings ... He allowed just 74 hits, struck out 74 and walked only 26 ... Registered four complete games and tossed two shutouts ... Went 6-1 with a 1.57 ERA against conference opponents ... Earned three NEC Pitcher of the Week honors ... Became just the fifth pitcher in program history to win 20 games with eight innings of two-run ball against CCSU (Apr. 5) ... Tossed a complete-game shutout against LIU Brooklyn (Mar. 30) ... Allowed just seven hits and matched a career high with 10 strikeouts against the Blackbirds ... He was even better against Sacred Heart, as he tossed a three-hit shutout against the Pioneers on Apr. 13 ... Held Fairleigh Dickinson (Apr. 27) to just one run on three hits in a complete game effort ... Registered a trio of eight strikeout games: (Mount St. Mary's, CCSU, Wagner) ... Led the NEC in ERA (1.81), wins (8), finished second in strikeouts (74) and fourth in innings pitched (94 1/3) ... Is now 23-7 in his three-year career.

As a sophomore: Finished his second season with the Black and Gold with a 6-3 record and a 4.04 ERA ... Led the Bulldogs in wins, innings (71.1) and strikeouts (58) ... Closed his sophomore campaign by winning his last five decisions and allowed just 10 runs over his final 34.1 innings ... Tossed a complete game two-hit shutout against Mount St. Mary's Apr. 16 ... Shutout Sacred Heart on five hits on Apr. 30 ... Struck out a season-high 10 batters against Houston Baptist on Feb. 25 ... Allowed two runs on just two hits over seven innings in a no decision.

As a freshman: Outstanding freshman season as the team’s Sunday starter … Posted a 9-1 record to lead the Northeast Conference and all of New England in wins in the regular season … 4.23 ERA over 72.1 innings … Made 14 appearances … Named Second Team All-Northeast Conference and First Team All-New England by the NEIBA … Participated in the New England Baseball All-Star game at Fenway Park … Made 11 starts … Struck out 52 and walked just 13 … Nine wins on the season are the fourth-most in school history … Pitched eight strong innings to pick up win at Virginia Tech … Held Hokies to one earned run on five hits while striking out five … Season-high seven strikeouts in win over Wagner … Fanned six in wins over Northeastern and Hartford.

Before Bryant: Instinctive middle infielder with good hands and a strong throwing arm ... Helped Jackson Memorial High School to a 41-14 record over the previous two years, while leading the team in fielding percentage both seasons as a shortstop. He played during this past summer for the Baseball U Terminators out of New Jersey. Participated in football, lettered in baseball three years ... 2009 A-South Champions, 2009 Shore Conference Champions, named 2009 Jaguar Baseball MVP, 2009 All A-South, named to 2009 First Team All Division, named to 2009 First Team All Shore ... Elected to play in Senior All Star Game ... Member of the Future Business Leaders of America.

Personal:
Born February 16, 1991 ... Son of Pete and Linda Kelich ... Has a sister, Alana, and a brother, Shawn ... Uncle, Victor Yuhas, played professional baseball.

Career Highs

Innings pitched: 9.0, at Farleigh Dickinson (5/13/11)
Batters faced: 36, at Farleigh Dickinson (5/13/11)
Strikeouts: 10, at Houston Baptist (2/25/11)

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Coming off a second-straight Northeast Conference Swimmer of the Year award, junior Casey Ostrander has showed no signs of slowing down in 2011, being named the conference’s first Swimmer of the Week on Tuesday.

The honor, the fourth of her career, comes after she helped the Bulldogs to a 1-1 weekend against Boston College and Wagner College. Of the six individual events she competed in over the course of the two meets, Ostrander won four and also helped the 200 medley relay to a pair of victories.

On Friday, Ostrander helped Bryant defeat an ACC school for the first time, winning the 50 free, 100 back and 200 back, and swimming the lead leg of the 200 medley relay. The following afternoon against the Seahawks, she again won the 100 back and helped the 200 medley relay to another first place showing. Her current times in the 50 free, 100 back and 200 back are also the top times in the conference so far this season.

Bryant returns to the pool this Sunday, Oct. 23, when it heads to Cambridge, Mass., to face Harvard University.