How FAU won its first C-USA Championship
Owls fall 5-1 to Long Beach State in elimination game
FAU joins Miami, Long Beach State, Stetson in Regional
Owls will face Rice on Thursday
CJ Chatham was named C-USA Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year
- Tallied a 7-4 record on the year
- Appeared in 16 games with 15 starts
- Tossed two complete games and one shutout
- Recorded 99.0 innings of work, the most of any 2016 Owl
- Struckout 52 and walked 15
- Held opponents to a .264 batting average
- Went 4-1 on the year with 16 appearances and career-high 14 starts
- Tossed 41 strikeouts in 78.2 innings of work
- Gave up just 18 extra-base hits with only three home runs
- Pitched career-high seven innings against Marshall on April 5
- Dealt career-high seven strikeouts against FIU on April 12
- Went 4-0 on the season with a 3.27 ERA
- Struck out 29 and walked 14 in 41.1 innings of work
- Had 17 appearances and six starts and pitched in a combined shutout at UCF
- Earned a victory at Miami on Feb. 19, striking out five in 5.2 innings
- Recorded multiple strikeouts in each of his first five appearances
- Won back-to-back games at Old Dominion and at UCF
- Started seven games and made 13 appearances in his first season with the team
- Received first career college win against Florida A&M (3/5) going six innings with a career high seven strikeouts and only allowed one unearned run
- Ended the season with three wins and 22 strikeouts
- Named first team all-conference and all-county for Park Vista under Head Coach Larry Greenstien
- Palmbeachhighschoolbaseball.com Pitcher of the Year
- Tossed six shutouts and a perfect game
- Recorded 90 strikeouts in 74.2 innings
- Posted a 0.75 earned run average
- Son of David and Karen Rhodes
- Enjoys fishing
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