On Shockley: Loyal team member who offers value to the pitching staff as a left-handed option out of the bullpen ... Capable of pitching in the late innings or as a situational reliever.
Career: Has pitched in eight games over the past two seasons after a redshirt year as a freshman in 2005 ... Allowed 11 hits and 11 runs (six earned) in 7.1 innings pitched, with no decisions and a 7.36 ERA ... Walked four and struck out six.
2007: Made two appearances and allowed one hit, two walks and three earned runs in 2.0 innings ... Struck out two.
2006: Appeared in six games and totaled 5.1 innings pitched ... Struck out four batters and walked two ... Allowed 10 hits and three earned runs.
Seaford High School: Three-sport standout who received four letters in baseball and three in football and soccer; All-State pitcher who played in the Delaware Blue/Gold Game; Participated in the prestigious Carpenter's Cup tournament; Part of state championship American Legion team; All-State kicker and punter for the football team; Selected to the Blue/Gold All-Star Game; All-Conference midfielder for the soccer team; The valedictorian of his senior class; Named a Wendy's High School Heisman Finalist; Recipient of the NSAA International Foreign Language Award; Secretary of Education Scholar; As a junior was named to the Academic All-Conference team during the baseball season; Inducted into National Honor Society; Academic All-Conference honoree in all three of his sports as a sophomore; Governor's School for Excellence that season; Received Academic Achievement Award as a freshman.
Personal: Civil Engineering major; Older of two sons of Brent and Melanie Shockley; Has a younger brother, Kyle (17); Born 7/6/86 in Seaford, Del.