Career: Complete his Princeton career ranking 16th in career appearances (41), seventh in strikeouts (177), fourth in strikeouts per nine innings (9.41) and seventh in winning percentage (.667).
2009: Appeared in 10 games, making nine starts ... an honorable mention All-Ivy selection ... was 5-3 with a 6.67 ERA in 55 and a third innings pitched ... struck out 73 batters while walking 17 ... averaged 11.88 strikeouts per nine innings to rank ninth in the nation in the category ... struck out 10 or more batters in four of his starts ... allowed three runs over six innings in a win at William & Mary ... fanned nine in six innings for a win at Navy ... allowed three runs and struck out 10 in a complete game win over Yale ... fanned 12 in seven innings in a win over Columbia ... allowed a single earned run in eight innings and struck out 10 in a win at Penn ... struck out a career high 13 batters in seven and two-thirds innings against Cornell, becoming the first Princeton pitcher to record 13 or more strikeouts in a game since 1974.
2008: Pitched in nine games, the first four in relief and starting the last five ... was 2-1 with a 3.60 ERA in 45 innings pitched ... struck out a batter per innings with 45 strikeouts and 14 walks ... struck out five or more batters in seven of his nine appearances ... led team starters in ERA ... struck out five in three innings at Richmond ... fanned another five and allowed just one hit in three innings at Navy ... allowed three runs and struck out six in a seven-inning no decision against Dartmouth ... scattered three hits and struck out five in a complete-game 1-0 win over Penn ... struck out 10 batters in a complete-game two-hit win at Cornell ... carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning in the win.
in eight games, making three starts and five relief appearances ... had a 2.63 ERA
in 27.1 innings pitched ... led team in ERA ... posted a 3-0 record ... struck out 23
batters while walking nine ... struck out four in three hitless innings at Elon
for a save ... fanned three in 3.1 shutout innings at Houston ... surrendered a
single run and struck out four in his first start and win at UNC Greensboro ...
pitched a shutout inning at Longwood before leaving with an injury ... missed
three weeks due to injury ... allowed two runs in three innings against Columbia
... pitched five shutout innings of relief in a win at Penn ... earned a
complete-game win late in the season against Cornell.
2006: Pitched in 16 games, appearing in relief 13 times and as a
starter three times ... had a 4.64 ERA in 42.2 innings pitched ... posted a 2-2
record and struck out 37 batters ... made his first appearance at The Citadel,
pitching four innings of relief ... pitched 7.2 consecutive scoreless innings
through three appearances midway through the season ... struck out four batters
in 1.2 innings against Dartmouth ... made his first career start at Rutgers and
pitched two scoreless innings ... struck out a career-high six batters in six
innings to get the win at Seton Hall ... earned a win in relief at Cornell ...
struck out at least one batter in each appearance of the season ... worked an
inning of relief against Arkansas in the NCAA tournament.
Earned three varsity letters in
baseball ... was team most valuable player, all-county and all-league as a senior
pitcher and shortstop ... played football as a freshman and sophomore and
basketball as a freshman ... was an honor roll member all four years of high
Son of Scott and Kathy Gemberling ... father
attended Clarion and is a lawyer ... mother attended Penn State and is a guidance
counselor ... older sister Allyson graduated from Cornell and is a financial
analyst ... older sister Lindsay graduated from Penn State and works for Green
Peace ... majoring in economics ... born Dec. 9, 1986.Career Stats