On Gaube: Returning from medical red-shirt season ...
potential power arm ... will likely return to role of two years
ago as spot starter, middle relief/closer on weekends.
As a Junior (2004):Appeared in 14 games and led
team with three saves ... also was 2-0 with 4.44 ERA ... allowed
just three earned runs in last nine innings of work ... posted
wins over Cornell and Hartford in back-to-back games ... struck
out four in 2.0 innings againt Cornell ... also fanned four in
3.1 innings against Siena ... struck out three in 2.2 innings
for save at Vermont.
As a Sophomore (2003): Appeared in 11 games with two starts
... earned first collegiate save against Lehigh ... struck out
three and allowed just one hit in three scoreless innings ...
struck out four in five innings of work against Stony Brook ...
only allowed three hits in three innings against a Georgia Southern
team that won 39 games and came within one extra-inning victory
of advancing to the NCAA tournament.
As a Freshman (2002): Appeared in eight games with
one start ... pitched seven innings of no-hit relief against
Northeastern on April 21 ... struck out three in game eventually
lost in 14 innings ... allowed just one earned run in first five
appearances (14.2 innings).
High School: Three-year letterwinner for Vestal
High School ... earned all-division honors as senior ... led
team to sectional runner-up finish ... also a standout basketball
player ... all-conference selection playing for BU Hall of Fame
member Mickey Greenberg.
Personal: Born October 15, 1982 ... parents are
Bette Anne and Jerry Gaube ... father pitched for Binghamton
from 1973-76 and went on to play in New York Yankees organization
... mother is an assistant athletics director at the University
... majoring in human development.