-- SEASON -- Strikeouts Per Nine Innings: 6th (10.72 in 2010)
Strikeouts Per Nine Innings: 8th (10.62 in 2009)
Strikeouts: T-9th (83 in 2010)
-- CAREER -- Strikeouts Per Nine Innings: 4th (9.65)
Strikeouts: T-6th (189)
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010: Game-By-Game Statistics Pitched a complete game to record the win against Saint Louis (4/23), striking out eight ... Started and pitched seven innings against Richmond (4/10), striking out ten ... Went eight solid innings in game two at Saint Joseph's (3/27), allowing one run on three hits while striking out a season high thirteen.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009: Game-By-Game Statistics Appeared in 15 games, starting nine ... Pitched most often as the No. 2 starter in the team's weekend rotation ... Posted a 5-4 record with a 5.16 ERA in 61 innings on the mound ... Finished as the Atlantic 10 leader in strikeouts per-nine innings (10.62), good for 30th in the nation ... Ranked second on the team with 72 strikeouts and was sixth in the A-10 ... Limited opponents to a .253 average, ranking eighth in the conference ... Had a 4-1 record in A-10 play with a 4.06 ERA in 44.1 innings of work ... Struck out 47 batters and walked just 17 ... Ranked in the top-10 for league only statistics in opponent batting average (second), strikeouts (fifth) and ERA (seventh) ... Tallied eight strikeouts in 6.2 innings pitched against Duquesne (5/15) and earned his fifth win of the season ... Threw five complete innings, striking out two in the second of three weekend games against Rhode Island (5/9) ... Worked 5.1 innings in a start vs. St. Bonaventure (5/2) and earned the victory in a 7-6 win over the Bonnies, fanning eight batters in the contest ... Pitched a complete game and earned a win against Saint Joseph's (4/18), allowed two unearned runs, scattered four hits, with no walks and 10 strikeouts as the Minutemen defeated the Hawks, 10-2 ... Fanned seven batters in 7.1 innings in a start at Saint Louis (4/11) ... Came out of the bullpen in the second game of a doubleheader vs. Temple (4/5) and picked up the win, striking out six in 3.2 innings ... Threw five innings at Connecticut (3/30) and struck out five batters ... Made first start of the season at Virginia Commonwealth (3/18) and pitched six scoreless innings, scattered three hits and struck out 11 to earn his first win of the year, 4-3 over the Rams ... Pitched two innings of relief vs. Fairfield (3/1) and struck out five batters.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008: Game-By-Game Statistics Appeared in 13 games, six of them starts ... Finished with a 2-4 record with a 4.73 ERA and 34 strikeouts in 45.2 innings pitched ... Was second on the team in batting average against (.259) and third in ERA ... Hurled 3.2 shutout innings of relief, allowing only two hits and struck out two at Rhode Island (5/10) ... Pitched four perfect innings in relief in the third game of a weekend series against Dayton (5/4) ... Was named the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week (4/8) after pitching 6.1 shutout innings to pick up his second win of the season at George Washington (4/6) ... Scattered five hits in that outing against the Colonials and recorded a season-high seven strikeouts ... Pitched five innings, giving up six hits and no earned runs in the first game of a doubleheader against Xavier (3/30) ... Pitched four innings in first collegiate start against Arizona State (3/9) giving up only one run on four hits.
BEFORE UMASS: Pitched for the Malden Catholic Lancers under coach Steve Frecker ... Compiled a career mark of 22-6 with 254 strikeouts and a 1.56 ERA ... Had a senior record of 8-2 with 90 strikeouts and an ERA of 0.84 ... Named a Catholic Conference All-Star as a junior and senior ... Was a Northeast Conference All-Star in 2004 ... Selected to the Boston Herald All-Scholastic team in 2007 ... Also played hockey and garnered Catholic Conference All-Star recognition his junior and senior seasons ... Received 2007 Malden Catholic Student-Athlete award.
PERSONAL: Born Nicolas Christie Serino on Oct. 25, 1988, in Malden, Mass. ... Son of Chris and Robin Serino ... Has four brothers: Chris, Matt, Craig and Tony ... Majoring in Sport Management ... Father, Chris, played baseball, hockey and football at American International College and was the head hockey coach at Merrimack for seven seasons from 1998-2005 and was an assistant coach at New Hampshire from 1991-1998.