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Bryan Augenstein


6' 5"
Sebastian, Fla.
225 lbs.
Sebastian River

AS A JUNIOR (2007): Selected in the seventh round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks with the 223rd pick…Over a team-high 16 starts, Augenstein was 8-5 with a 4.98 earned run average…Led the Gators in victories for the second year in a row…With 105 strikeouts, he became the first Florida pitcher to eclipse the 100-K plateau since Alan Horne in 2005 (108) and just the third since Brad Wilkerson (136) in 1998…Now ranks 10th on the school's all-time list with 216 strikeouts…Had a 5-2 ledger in league play, to go along with a 6.48 ERA…Produced both of UF's complete games in '07 by going the distance against George Washington (March 3) and Alabama (May 24)…Closed the campaign with a flourish, taking his final four starts and registering a 1.65 ERA with 34 K and two walks over 32.2 innings…Kept the Orange and Blue alive at the SEC Tournament by limiting Alabama to two runs on eight hits in a 3-2 win…The righty notched eight strikeouts and did not permit any walks on his way to Florida's first complete game in Hoover since Connor Falkenbach blanked Georgia, 7-0, on May 28, 2004…Enabled UF to clinch a berth in the SEC Tourney by logging eight innings (9 H, 9 K, 2 R) in the 20-2 rout of Tennessee…Carried a shutout into the eighth inning as the Gators clinched their first-ever series triumph at LSU's Alex Box Stadium…Worked 7.2 innings to notch the win over the Bayou Bengals, scattering eight hits, totaling seven K and he did not surrender an earned run…Collected 10 punchouts over eight frames in a 9-3 conquest of the Crimson Tide on May 5…Was on the short end at top-ranked Vanderbilt on April 28 after allowing 10 hits and seven runs over 5.1 innings…Recorded first SEC win of the year in a 7-5 edging of Georgia on March 30, when he pitched 7.1 innings and gave up 10 hits and five runs…Tallied 11 strikeouts in consecutive starts, a loss to Kent State on Feb. 23 and a decisive victory over George Washington on March 3…Limited fifth-ranked Miami (Fla.) to three hits and no runs over seven innings as Florida crafted a 7-2 upset of the Hurricanes…Augenstein had seven K and the Gators took advantage of five UM errors en route to the decision in the series opener…Was the opening-night starter for Coach McMahon but suffered the 5-3 setback to VMI.  

AS A SOPHOMORE (2006): Member of the 2006 USA National Team…Earned second-team All-SEC honors after finishing 9-6 with a 3.07 ERA in 15 starts…Tied for fourth in the league with 111.1 innings pitched and was sixth in both 98 strikeouts and lowest ERA…Opponents batted .241 against him, the ninth-lowest average in the SEC…Tossed a team-high three complete games (Texas A&M, Arkansas, Kentucky) and worked at least seven innings in 13 of his 15 starts…Collected four of the Gators' 10 wins in SEC action, highlighted by a 6-4 triumph over Eastern Division titlist and league co-champion Kentucky and a 4-3 decision over Western Division winner and league co-champion Alabama…Blazed out of the gates with a 5-0 ledger and three of his setbacks were by a single run…Went 8.1 innings against the Crimson Tide, allowing eight hits and three runs, as UF won the opener in Tuscaloosa…Held Auburn to three hits over seven innings in a 4-1 caging of the Tigers on April 22…Fired a complete game and totaled nine strikeouts in Lexington versus UK…Was the hard-luck loser in the second meeting with Texas A&M, despite a complete-game three-hitter in which he fanned eight Aggies and did not issue any walks…Registered a career-high 10 K over 7.1 innings in leading the Gators to a 10-3 triumph over Ohio State…Delivered a 4-1 win at Miami in the first road start of his career…Scattered five hits and tallied five strikeouts over seven innings versus the Hurricanes…Retired the first 23 batters he faced in his first start of the year against Cincinnati on Feb. 11…A two-out single through the right side of the infield spoiled his no-hit bid…The action versus the Bearcats was just his third career start…There have only been seven no-hitters in Florida's 92 years of baseball.

AS A FRESHMAN (2005): Made nine appearances on the mound with two starts during his rookie season…Tossed 16 innings and totaled 13 strikeouts and did not receive a decision…Pitched two innings, with a career-high three strikeouts and two earned runs versus Kentucky on April 2…Pitched 2.1 innings in a starting role against No. 20 UCF on March 22…Allowed three earned runs on five hits against the Golden Knights and the Gators used a 15-hit outburst on their way to a 17-6 triumph…Hurled a scoreless inning versus Michigan State in a 10-0 blanking of the Spartans…Starting debut occurred against UNC Asheville on March 9, when he hurled a career-high three innings… Allowed four runs and whiffed two batters, but UF was on the short end of an 8-5 score…Pitched 2.1 innings and allowed four hits in the series finale with Miami (Fla.) on Feb. 20…Fired two scoreless innings against Charleston Southern Feb. 13 in his first collegiate action.

SUMMER: Competed for the USA National Team in the summer of 2006…The squad finished its summer campaign with a 28-2-1 mark and successfully defended its gold medal won in the 2004 FISU tournament in Taiwan…The .919 winning percentage was the best ever by a USA Baseball collegiate team and the tournament win was the first ever for a USA Baseball National Team in Cuba… Made two appearances and was 1-0 with a 2.45 ERA in 7.1 innings…Limited Chinese Taipei to one run over six innings as the Red, White and Blue rolled to an 11-3 victory at Burlington (N.C.) Athletic Stadium on July 11…Scattered four hits, registered five strikeouts and issued one walk as the USA completed a seven-game series sweep of Taipei.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach George Young at Sebastian River High School…Set a single-season strikeout record in 2004 with 123 K and was chosen as the Sharks' Most Valuable Player…Went 6-6 in his final season but registered a 1.26 ERA…Was voted the Scripps' Newspaper Player of the Year for the Treasure Coast…First-team selection on Louisville Slugger's Preseason All-American list prior to his senior year…Went 7-3 as a junior with a 3.30 ERA and notched 103 strikeouts in 73 innings…Honorable mention all-conference choice that season…The Sharks finished 19-10 overall and were the runner-up in the Treasure Lake Conference…Squad also captured the Southeastern Classic Tournament title…Member of the Florida state champion Indian River Express Legion club…Compiled a 13-1 mark on the mound and registered a 2.13 ERA…The Express were 37-7…Member of the Student-Athlete Leadership Council.

PERSONAL: Bryan Christopher Augenstein was born July 11, 1986, in Vero Beach, Fla…His parents are Fred and Becky Augenstein…His father played basketball and golf at Ohio State…Has a sister, Stephany, 16, and a brother, Ben, 15…Enjoys listening to music and playing basketball…Majoring in recreation and event management.

Overall Season Statistics
2005 7.88 0 0 9 2 0 0 1 0 16.0 21 18 14 9 13
2006 3.07 9 6 15 15 3 0 0 0 111.1 102 47 38 24 98
2007 4.98 8 5 16 16 2 0 0 0 112.0 125 75 62 31 105
CAREER 4.29 17 11 40 33 5 0 1 0 239.1 248 140 114 64 216
SEC Regular-Season Statistics
2005 12.00 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 4 5 4 2 4
2006 4.00 4 6 10 10 2 0 0 0 72.0 78 39 32 22 57
2007 6.48 5 2 10 10 0 0 0 0 66.2 86 53 48 21 58
CAREER 5.34 9 8 22 20 2 0 0 0 141.2 168 97 84 45 119
SEC Tournament Statistics
2007 2.00 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 9.0 8 2 2 0 8
CAREER 2.00 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 9.0 8 2 2 0 8

Innings (Starter): 9.0, 5x, last vs. Alabama (5/24/07)
Innings (Reliever): 2.1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (2/20/05)
Strikeouts: 11, 2 x, last vs. George Washington-1 (3/3/07)
Hits Allowed: 14, 2x, last vs. South Carolina (4/6/07)
Runs: 11 vs. South Carolina (4/6/07)
Earned Runs: 10 vs. South Carolina (4/6/07)
Walks: 7 vs. Kentucky (4/20/07)


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