- Kyle Mullaney
- 6' 2"
- Jacksonville, Fla.
- 185 lbs.
- Bishop Kenny
Major: Fitness and Wellness
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008): Saw action in 23 games, with five starts…Had a 3-4 record with a 5.16 earned run average and led the Gators with three saves…Totaled a career-high 29 strikeouts in 45.1 innings and reduced his walk total to 17…Called upon in both games at the NCAA Tallahassee Regional, working a combined 2.2 innings versus Tulane and Florida State…Helped Florida clinch the third seed in the SEC Tournament with a three-inning relief stint in the 13-12 decision over Vanderbilt that took 11 innings…Had four strikeouts and allowed an unearned run to the Commodores…Earned the 12-2 victory over USF on May 13 with three solid innings in which he gave up one run…Collected his initial win of the season with five scoreless frames and three K against Bethune-Cookman…Saved the thrilling 6-4 triumph at eighth-ranked Ole Miss by inducing a game-ending 6-4-3 double play…Was perfect for 1.1 innings to preserve the 6-1 upset over No. 3 Florida State at McKethan Stadium…Posted the first save of his career by registering the final out against Auburn to begin SEC play on March 15…Was UF's opening-night starter but surrendered nine hits and six runs to Siena on Feb. 22 and was not involved in the decision.
AS A FRESHMAN (2007): Began the year in the bullpen and developed into the Gators' Friday night starter…Made 18 appearances, including five starts, and was 4-2 with a 4.25 ERA…Pitched a total of 55 innings, with 24 strikeouts and 22 walks…Did not permit an earned run over six innings to No. 7 South Carolina in the opening round of the SEC Tournament…Gave up five hits and issued a career-high five free passes but none of the three runs he yielded were earned…Was not involved in the decision, a 4-3 USC triumph in 12 innings…Recognized as the SEC Freshman of the Week on May 14 after playing a key role in the Gators' first-ever series triumph at LSU...Making just his third start, the right-hander limited the Tigers to three runs over a career-high eight innings as the UF collected its first win in Baton Rouge since March 14, 1999 with a 19-3 victory…Picked up his first conference win by holding defending SEC regular-season champion Alabama to a couple of runs over 7.1 innings in a 6-2 triumph…Made his collegiate starting debut on the road at No. 1 Vanderbilt versus All-American David Price on April 27 and worked 5.1 innings, surrendering three runs in the series opener...Tossed three scoreless frames in the finale at Georgia and collected the 3-2 win in 11 innings as the Gators completed a weekend sweep…Earned first-ever win as the Orange and Blue rallied for seven runs in the ninth to down USF, 10-7…Was perfect for two innings in his first action versus Florida A&M on Feb. 13 and registered a pair of strikeouts.
HIGH SCHOOL: Right-handed pitcher from Bishop Kenny High School…Played for coaches Tommy Edwards and Bob West…Also saw time in center and left field for the Crusaders… Achieved second-team all-state in Class 4A as a senior after going 8-2 on the mound…Bishop Kenny finished 26-3 and placed second in the state after winning the regional title…Mullaney fired a shutout against Bishop Moore in the state semifinals…An honorable mention all-state selection in Class 4A as a sophomore, he was sidelined with an injury during his junior campaign…Finished 8-3 in 2004, with a 0.76 ERA…Totaled 54 strikeouts in 67 innings on his way to a spot on the all-city team…Took home the team's pitching award twice…Member of the junior varsity basketball team.
PERSONAL: Kyle William Mullaney was born July 8, 1988, in Jacksonville, Fla…His parents are Mike and Kelly Mullaney…Has four younger brothers: Kurtis (16), Kameron (12), Karson (11) and Koby (5)…Enjoys fishing and water sports…Majoring in social and behavioral sciences.
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MULLANEY'S CAREER HIGHS
Innings (Starter): 8.0 vs. LSU (5/11/07)
Innings (Reliever): 3.1 vs. South Carolina (4/7/07)
Strikeouts: 5 vs. North Florida (4/8/08)
Hits Allowed: 11 vs. North Florida (4/8/08)
Runs: 6, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (2/29/08)
Earned Runs: 6 vs. Siena (2/22/08)
Walks: 5 vs. South Carolina (5/23/07)