|Hometown:||Santa Ysabel, Calif.|
|Sulser's Career Statistics|
Collegiate Baseball player to watch in the Ivy League ... Preseason All-Ivy as selected by Perfect Game ... enters final season with an .833 winning percentage, tied for second best all-time at Dartmouth ... also tied for 11th with 15 victories.
Sat out the season after undergoing Tommy John surgery.
First-team All-Ivy pitcher ... strikeout-to-walk ratio of 12.25 by far the best in the Ivy League ... fifth in the conference with a 2.59 ERA and fourth in lowest batting average against at .220 ... also sixth in strikeouts per nine innings (9.06) ... would have been third nationally in fewest walks per nine innings, but fell 1.1 innings short of qualifying ... posted second-lowest ERA in Ivy play at 1.71 ... earned victories in his first three decisions to extend his personal winning streak to 11 dating back to the previous season ... did not allow a home run or throw a wild pitch all year ... yielded just two runs on four hits with seven strikeouts over seven innings against Northwestern, but did not get a decision ... picked up first win of the year out of the bullpen with four innings of one-run relief with seven whiffs against Grinnell ... did not allow a run over 7.2 innings at Columbia, surrendering just four hits with seven strikeouts for third straight appearance in the 8-1 Big Green triumph ... fanned a career-high 13 batters in first home start of lthe year, going the distance in a 4-2 victory versus Cornell ... win streak ended in a complete-game, 5-1 loss at Yale ... rebounded the next week against Brown, giving up just one run on four hits over seven frames in an 11-3 win ... missed the last two weeks of the season with an injury.
All-Ivy Second Team, Dartmouth Pitcher of the Year and team MVP ... led the Ivy League with eight victories and 60 strikeouts despite making all but two of his 19 appearances out of the bullpen ... also tied for second in the conference with four saves ... second in the conference in opponent batting average (.239), fourth in appearnaces (19), fifth in ERA (3.70) and sixth in innings (58.1) ... first pitcher in Dartmouth history to record more than five wins in a season without a loss ... held opponents to a .200 average (11-for-55) with runners in scoring position ... inherited 15 base runners and allowed just two to score ... ranked 30th nationally in fewest walks issued per nine innings (1.54) ... team won 16 of the 19 games in which he pitched, and he either got the win or the save in eight of his first nine appearances ... recorded at least one strikeout in 18 of his 19 outings ... picked up the win in the season opener with three innings of one-run relief with four whiffs ... tossed the final three frames against Bucknell to earn his first career save ... held Northwestern to one run on six hits over seven innings in his first of two starts, striking out six in a 5-1 win ... fanned a season-high seven batters at Bethune-Cookman in his other start ... got the victory against Quinnipiac for tossing shutout ball for the final 2.2 innings as Dartmouth rallied for a 7-6 win ... mowed down the Columbia lineup over 3.2 innings, allowing just one hit and one walk while fanning five to earn a save in a 9-4 win ... practically untouchable for most of the month of April, retiring 64 of 72 batters over eight appearances (.086 average) spanning 21.1 innings while surrendering just one run and whiffing 24 ... retired all 10 Holy Cross hitters, striking out four, to earn his fifth win of the year, 4-2 ... gave up two of his three homers of the year at Brown, but got the win in a 13-10 slugfest ... earned the win in game two of the Ivy Championship and saved the third game, striking out five over 3.1 innings in the latter ... named Dartmouth Male Athlete of the Week on May 12 ... retired only two batters he faced against #11 Miami in the NCAA Regionals ... terrific relief performance against FIU with a heat index of over 105, tossing five innings (longest relief outing of the season for a Big Green pitcher) against the Panthers while yielding just two runs to earn the victory and allow Dartmouth to rally and record its first regional win in 23 years, 15-9.
Third on the squad with 37 strikeouts and first with 7.63 strikeouts per nine innings ... yielded one run in his first collegiate inning at Duke, but struck out two as well ... fanned six in 6.2 innings while earning first victory at Columbia in 6-5 win ... best start came in a win against Cornell, yielding just three runs, two earned, on seven hits and one walk over seven innings while striking out a season-high eight ... struck out six against Brown and Yale, picking up a victory against the Elis ... suffered a better fate at Harvard, contributing a quality start with three earned runs over six innings, but did not strike anyone out for the only time all year in a tough 4-3 loss ... pitched well in the NCAA Regional against Kansas, allowing just one run over two frames ... pitched for the San Diego Mavericks of the Western Baseball Associationover the summer ... hurled 26.2 innings in posting a 5.06 ERA while striking out 20 and walking just six.
Lettered three years at Ramona High for coach Dean Welch ... captained the team as a senior, leading Ramona to the Valley League and North County championships with a 24-8 record ... Valley League Pitcher of the Year and All-North County first team as a junior and senior ... first team all-state and second team All-California Interscholastic Federation as a junior ... Union Tribune All-Section second team as a junior, first team as a senior, and All-Academic first team last two years ... won Social Science Achievement Award, Ramona Leadership Award and U.S. Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence as a senior ... involved in student government all four years, presenting at state conference and serving as a delegate to the national conference as a junior ... student body president as a senior.
Desires to major in government ... son of Roy and Pixie and has one brother and sister ... born March 12, 1990 in Poway, Calif. ... enjoys camping, hunting, hiking, fishing and drawing.