Named to the All-Summit League Second Team after recording a league-best 11 saves, ranking 5th in ORU single-season history ... Selected to the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Midseason Watch List ... Closed the year with a 2-3 record and a 1.62 ERA in 33.1 innings ... Picked up wins over Little Rock and Western Illinois ... Matched a career-high by striking out four against South Dakota State and fanned 34 for the season.
Received a medical hardship redshirt despite seeing limited action out of the bullpen coming off an injury ... Made five appearances pitching six innings on the season ... Had his first game action against Wichita State on April 5 going an inning and a third striking out one ... Went two innings at IPFW on April 23 stiking out two.
Started the season as the Golden Eagle closer, quickly earning two saves in the first series of the season against Memphis ... Was injured on March 17 at Texas Tech and did not return during the season ... Finished the season with 10.2 innings pitched and 12 strikeouts while allowing just six hits and a 0.84 ERA.
Made 22 appearances out of the bullpen, second-most appearances by a freshman in ORU history ... Posted a 1-1 record with a 4.26 earned run average ... Struck out 27 batters in 25.1 innings of work ... Made his first career appearance at Texas Tech (2/22) ... Earned a save against Harvard (3/1), striking out both batters faced ... Combined with two other ORU pitchers for a shutout against Incarnate Word (3/19) ... Recorded a career high four strikeouts in his longest outing of the season (2.2 innings), and earned his first win against Sam Houston State (4/4).
PRIOR TO ORU
A 2013 graduate of Union High School in Tulsa ... Was named to the All-Vype Team in 2013 ... Was selected to the Oakley All-America team in 2013 ... Was named a 2013 Rawlings All-West Region Honorable Mention in 2013 ... Honored as the Union High School Varsity Player of the Year.
Majoring in Chemistry at ORU ... Son of Jeff and Laurie Stout ... Favorite professional franchise is the Texas Rangers.