19 Tigers finish up summer action around various Summer Collegiate Leagues
2013 - Summer (Asheboro Copperheads) Appeared in 15 games, throwing 25.2 innings for the Asheboro Copperheads in the Coastal Plains League ... The team went 35-18 to lead the league's West Division ... Went 1-0 along with a save for a 1.75 ERA ... Struck out 36 batters and allowed 15 hits, 11 walks and five earned runs ... Held opponents to a .188 batting average ... Played with fellow Tiger Ford Wilson.
2013 - Junior Made 15 appearances for a total of 26.2 innings on the mound for the Tigers ... Went 1-1 with a 3.38 ERA ... Earned the win over No. 8 Ole Miss (2/26) ... Allowed just one extra base hit during the season ... Threw a season-high 3.2 innings in Memphis' season opener versus Illinois State (2/15), striking out four while allowing five hits, two earned runs and zero walks ... Struck out four batters in 2.0 innings of action against Missouri (2/22), allowing just one hit ... Earned his first save of the season against Buffalo (3/8), allowing just one earned run in 3.0 innings on the mound ... Had his second save of the season come against Kent State (3/15), where he threw 2.1 innings.
2012 - Summer (Lima Locos) Made six appearances for the Lima Locos, of the Great Lakes League, and had a 7.71 ERA in 18.2 innings pitched.
Olney Central College Went 5-1 with a 3.50 earned run average in 2012 for Olney Central College ... Recorded 47 strikeouts against 22 walks in 43 and one-thirds innings pitched last season ... Posted a career earned run average of 2.70 with a 7-2 record ... Tossed 59 innings and recorded 60 strikeouts and 34 walks while at Olney Central College ... Helped the Blue Knights to a 38-14 record last year ... Earned two letters at Olney Central College.
Prep Earned two letters in baseball and one in basketball at Castle High School in Newburgh, Ind. ... Helped his 2008 junior legion team win the Indiana State championship ... Was a member of the 2011 senior legion team that won the Indiana State championship.
Personal Son of Greg and Kelly Porter ... Majors in Health and Human Performance-Exercise and Sport Science.