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#45 Andy Archer

Andy Archer - Baseball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Year RS Junior
Height 6-4
Weight 225
Hometown Duluth, Ga.
Last School Wesleyan School
Andy Archer - Baseball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

2019-20 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2018-19 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2018 All-ACC Academic Team

2017-18 ACC Academic Honor Roll

2020 (RS Junior): Made four appearances as Georgia Tech’s stopper in the shortened 2020 season … Finished with 10.2 innings of work, five earned runs for a 4.22 ERA … Recorded two saves and 16 strikeouts … Pitched 4.0 innings against Cincinnati (Feb. 15), striking out seven batters and allowing just one earned run en route to his first save … Pitched three no-hit innings against Ohio State (Feb. 22) to earn his second save … Also pitched two innings of relief against Virginia Tech (March 7) where he allowed two runs and struck out three en route to a 7-5 win.

2019 (Junior): Missed entire 2019 season due to injury.

2018 (Sophomore): Pitched in 26 games out of the bullpen for the Yellow Jackets … Went 4-0 with three saves and a 3.64 ERA on the season … Totaled 41 strikeouts over 47.0 innings of work … Held opponents to a .242 batting average on the season … His 26 appearances out of the bullpen were tied for the most on the team … Struck out a season-high five batters twice – at No. 6 NC State (March 23) and versus Radford (May 6) … Earned the win in game two of the doubleheader versus Dartmouth (Feb. 24), allowing one unearned run on one hit while striking out four over 3.1 innings … Threw 2.0-scoreless innings in the home win over Virginia Tech (March 18) … Picked up the win with 3.0-scoreless innings at Pittsburgh (April 13) … Also earned the win allowing just two runs on three hits over 2.0 innings versus Radford (May 4) … Recorded the save in the win over Miami (April 1), throwing 3.0-scoreless innings out of the bullpen …Tallied the save with 2.2-scoreless innings in the series finale versus Radford (May 6) … Also picked up the save, surrendering just one run over the final 3.0 innings in the series-opening win over No. 10 Duke (May 17) … Also threw a scoreless inning versus UConn (Feb. 18), Dartmouth (Feb. 23), at No. 17 Georgia (April 3), at Pittsburgh (April 15), at Virginia (May 11) and against Pittsburgh (May 22) at the ACC Championship … Pitched 2.0-scoreless innings out of the bullpen versus Illinois-Chicago (March 2) and against No. 6 Auburn (March 20) … Totaled 3.0-scoreless innings versus Virginia Tech (March 16) and at No. 6 NC State (March 23) … An all-ACC academic team selection.

2017 (Freshman): Made seven appearances on the mound for the Jackets out of the bullpen … Missed part of the season due to an injury … Went 0-0 with a 4.82 ERA … Struck out seven batters over 9.1 innings of relief work … Held opponents to a .206 batting average on the season … Made his collegiate debut with a scoreless inning in the win over Youngstown State (Feb. 28) … Also recorded a scoreless inning of work both at Miami (Mar. 12) and versus No. 5 Clemson (Mar. 31) … Threw 0.2 scoreless innings versus No. 8 Virginia (May 19) … Struck out two batters in 2.0 innings in the home win over Georgia State (Feb. 28) and in 1.2 innings of work at Wake Forest (Mar. 25).

Before Tech: Lettered in baseball under head coach Brian Krehmeyer at the Wesleyan School in Peachtree Corners, Ga. … A 2016 Perfect Game southeast region honorable mention honoree … Also a 2015 PG underclass honorable mention all-American … Named to the 2016 Georgia (AA) all-state first team … Also a 2016 Georgia Dugout Club selection … Helped pitch his team to the 2015 Georgia High School State Championship title as a junior … Led his team back to the state championship game in 2016 as a senior, finishing as the state runner-up … Also was a two-year letterwinner in water polo as the goalie … Played for the East Cobb Yankees in 2015 and 2016 … Recorded a 13 strikeout game at the Team USA Championships in the summer of 2015 … A member of the East Cobb teams that won the 2016 Connie Mack World Series Championship and the WWBA National Championships … A member of both the Dean’s List and the honor roll.

Personal: Has a younger sister … Both of his parents, as well as his grandfathers, Jim Archer and Milton Stewart, graduated from Georgia Tech … Enjoys fishing and riding his moped … Lists going on a mission trip to Nicaragua as his most memorable non-athletic accomplishment … Chose Tech because it is close to home, it is a great school and because of the baseball coaching staff … Intends to major in business administration.

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