Men's track places nine, women's track, baseball and men's basketball place seven
Baseball has valiant run at MEAC Tournament, Buja named to CoSIDA All-District team
Anais qualifies for NCAA Championships in 800m, Gonzalez fans career-high 11
Hawks finish with 14 wins, earning best record since 2006
UMES wins first MEAC Tournament opener since 2006
2012: UMES's top starting pitcher, finishing with a 6-5 record with a 5.78 ERA ... recipient of UMES Coaches Award ... appeared in 14 games, starting 13 of them, totaling 71.2 innings ... led the team with 67 strikeouts and five complete games ... pitched six innings in a no decision at Villanova (3/9), allowing two earned runs and striking out six ... earned team's first conference victory with complete game vs. Delaware State (3/24), going seven innings with just three hits, three earned runs and four strikeouts ... defeated Coppin State (3/31) with six innings performance, allowing two runs and striking out eight ... earned victory with complete game, three earned run and eight strikeout tally vs. Coppin State (4/7) ... picked up fourth straight win vs. Norfolk State (4/14), pitching all seven innings with just one earned run allowed ... had a no decision with six innings and only two unearned runs at Delaware State (4/21) ... pitched first UMES shutout win since March 21st, 2009 with two-hit, seven-inning complete game against Norfolk State (5/5) ... earned MEAC Tournament win over North Carolina Central (5/17), pitching 5.1 innings with three earned runs allowed ... named to Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Commissioner's All-Academic Team second straight season.
2011: Pitched the most innings for the Hawks, throwing 76.1 in 14 games, including 11 starts ... went 3-9 with 8.37 ERA, striking out 50 batters ... earned first UMES win over Coppin State with complete game, allowing four earned runs and striking out four (3/26) ... helped Hawks to first MEAC Tournament win in four years with eight innings against Florida A&M, allowing three runs and getting six strikeouts in victory (5/19) ... named to Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Commissioner's All-Academic Team.
2010 (Allegany College of Maryland): Went 5-1 with a 3.74 ERA ... appeared in nine games in 2010, striking out 16 over 43.1 innings ... made Honors List and Dean's List second consecutive year.
2009 (Allegany College of Maryland): Was 1-2 with a 5.79 ERA in seven games pitched ... threw 18.2 innings, allowing 20 runs (12 earned) and 16 hits with four strikeouts ... team won Region XX Division II JUCO title over CCBC-Essex ... competed in the Junior College World Series in Enid, Okla. ... made the Honors List and Dean's List.
High School/Club: Earned three letters in baseball and two in basketball at Hancock High School ... mamed team MVP in 2006 and 2008 ... batted .475 as a senior ... inducted into National Honor Society and graduated with honors in 2008 ... played club ball for the Tri-State Titans in the Semi-Pro League in Cumberland, Md., making the state championships.
Personal: Born Sept. 30, 1990, in Cumberland, Md. ... son of Betty and Jeff Foreman ... has a sister, Lexi, and a brother, Vincent ... major is exercise science ... part of the Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball Camp and Badges for Baseball ... pregame routine includes listening to his IPod to stay loose ... personal best sports moment is making it to the JUCO World Series in Oklahoma in 2009 ... lists parents as people who influence him most for instilling a strong work ethic in him on and off the field ... personal best non-athletic accomplishment is graduating high school with high honors and a 3.95 GPA ... plans to apply to physical therapy school upon graduation ... hobbies include traveling, biking and hanging with friends ... favorite book is Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resiliance and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand ... favorite movie is "Avatar" ... personal athletic goal this season is to have a sub-4.00 ERA ... personal athletic goal upon graduation is to finish with a winning record.