Chase Perry

Chase  Perry


Garland, Texas

High School:
Lakehill Prep

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 205




2006 (Junior):
Had a strong start to his junior campaign... made 16 appearances and one start... struck out 25 in 25.1 innings of work... was 1-1 on the year with an ERA of 8.53... didn't allow a run in his first five appearances of the season... streak lasted 5.2 innings... allowed just three hits, four walks and struck out eight during the streak... opened the season with a one-inning stint against UT-Pan Am on Feb. 18... pitched two-thirds of an inning in back-to-back appearances against Wright State (Feb. 26) and Dallas Baptist (Feb. 28)... best outing in the stretch was a 2.2 inning stint against No. 23 Oklahoma... allowed just one hit and struck out five... recorded two outs against No. 1 Rice on Feb. 10... was touched for two runs on two hits without recording an out at UC Santa Barbara (March 25)... responded with 1.1 scoreless innings against Baylor on April 4... surrendered two runs on three hits in two innings of work against Air Force (April 8)... had a rough outing against UNLV on April 15... came back with 1.1 scoreless innings against UT-Arlington... struck out two and allowed just one hit... lone start of the season came on May 2 against Dallas Baptist... was the tough-luck loser in a 3-0 decision... allowed two runs on three hits and struck out two... tossed three scoreless innings against UT-Pan Am on May 12... pitched around four hits and three walks... gave up a combined 13 runs in his final three appearances of the season spanning 5.2 innings... earned first career victory on May 16 against UT-Arlington... gave up a run on two hits and struck out three in two innings of work... New Mexico touched him four three runs on six hits in 2.1 innings on May 19... final appearance came against Wichita State in the NCAA Norman Regional.

2005 Summer League:
Split time between the Texas Collegiate League's McKinney Marshalls and Highland Park Blue Sox... began the summer with the Marshalls... was teammates with new Frogs Brent Allar, Jake Arrieta and Aaron Smith... appeared in seven games, pitching 10.1 innings... struck out 11 and had an ERA of 7.84... appeared in six contests for the Blue Sox... finished 2-0 with a 3.86 ERA in 16.1 innings pitched... struck out 15.

2005 (Sophomore):
Spent the season recovering from off-season shoulder surgery... made eight appearances out of the bullpen... pitched 6.1 innings and finished the season with an 0-1 record to go along with a 9.95 ERA... saw first action of the season on February 22 at Sam Houston State... surrendered a run on one hit in 0.1 innings pitched... struggled with his control in his second outing of the season against Southern Miss on March 18... gave up two hits on two walks in only 0.1 innings pitched... suffered lone loss of the season on March 20 against the Golden Eagles... gave up four runs on three hits... didn't allow a run in his final 5.2 innings pitched spanning five appearances... pitched scoreless innings against Saint Louis on March 26 and UT-Pan Am on April 27... longest outing of the season came in an 8-0 shutout of Cincinnati on May 6... went two innings allowed three hits and struck out three... also pitched a scoreless inning at No. 1 Tulane and recorded two outs in the conference tournament against Southern Miss on May 28.

2004 (Freshman):
Made 13 appearances on the mound, started five games... used primarily as a Tuesday starter, but started two Sunday games... finished the season with an 0-1 record and a 3.72 ERA... he struck out 28 batters in 36.1 innings of work... struggled in his first collegiate outing, gave up three runs on three hits without recording an out against UTA on Feb. 17... didn't pitch again until April 9 when he pitched two scoreless innings against Cincinnati... recorded his first career strikeout in the outing... started against UTA on April 14... gave up two runs on three hits in three innings... also started against Oklahoma on April 20... allowed a single run in 3.2 innings... had longest outing of the season on April 25 in a no-decision start against Saint Louis... pitched 6.1 innings, allowing two runs on five hits and striking out a career-high five batters... suffered only loss of the season as the defense cost him three unearned runs against UAB... gave up four runs (one earned) on two hits in 1.2 innings of work... had another scoreless outing against Dallas Baptist on May 11... saw time out of the bullpen in loss to Sam Houston State (May 18) and win over Charlotte (May 22)... had an outstanding Conference USA tournament as he pitched nine scoreless innings over two appearances, both outings coming against Houston... struck out seven and gave up eight hits in those appearances... started the Frogs second NCAA tournament game... pitched 2.1 innings against Youngstown State... allowed three runs on four hits.

High School:
Was an all-state and all-district pitcher at Lakehill Prep... earned MVP honors as a senior... earned four varsity letters.

Chase is the son of Virginia and Roger Perry... has one brother named Brett... majoring in communication.

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