|Dodakian's Career Statistics|
Enters 2014 season tied for sixth all-time at Dartmouth with six saves.
Threw more innings in relief (21.1) than anyone other Big Green pitcher ... second on team in appearances and saves ... gave up just two extra-base hits (both doubles) ... contributed to two of Dartmouth’s nine shutouts ... began season with a four-inning save against LIU Brooklyn, allowing just three hits and no runs while fanning three ... earned first win of season with 2.2 scoreless frames at Quinnipiac ... pitched a perfect seventh at Holy Cross ... picked up other save by hurling three innings of one-run ball in 11-3 win over Brown ... punched out two in an inning’s work against Quinnipiac at home ... finished off 8-0 blanking of Harvard with a perfect ninth ... notched a victory in final appearance of year with two innings of work in an 8-1 win over Amherst.
Much more effective than his ERA suggests, posting a 3.22 ERA following his first four appearances ... did not give up an earned run over 15.2 innings during one stretch ... second on the team and tied for fifth in the Ivy League with three saves ... pitched a scoreless inning during the 5-4 loss at 13th-ranked LSU ... kept UC Irvine off the board in two appearances against the Anteaters, spanning 1.2 innings with a pair of punchouts ... earned first save of the year by shutting down Amherst for the final 1.2 frames, striking out a season-high three batters in the 5-2 win ... hurled at least one inning without allowing a run against Saint Anselm, Penn, Holy Cross and Hartford ... most effective outing came versus Yale with two perfect innings for a save in an 8-4 victory ... got another save his next time on the mound, equaling his career high with four innings, allowing just two runs in the ninth in the 9-6 win over Boston College.
Proved to be the team's most reliable middle reliever in his rookie campaign ... Dartmouth went 12-3 when he pitched ... did not allow a run in 10 of his 15 trips to the mound ... right-handed hitters managed a measly .186 average against him ... with two outs, the opposition hit just .172 ... began his career with 9.2 scoreless innings before giving up a run in his sixth appearance ... first outing came against Akron a strikeout in his one inning of work ... three days later picked up his first save with four shutout frames, yielding just three hits and a walk with a season-high three whiffs to finish off a 6-0 blanking of Long Island ... first collegiate victory came at Quinnipiac with 1.1 scoreless innings on the mound during a 16-8 triumph ... finished off the 15-10 win over Boston College by allowing just one hit in the ninth and striking out the final batter ... did not allow a run in 3.1 innings of a 5-1 loss at Yale ... second win came against Brown in an 11-4 game as he yielded two unearned runs due to two errors behind him in 1.1 innings ... fanned two of the four batters he faced to close out a 7-1 win over Hartford ... credited with a 'W' in a 6-0 shutout win against Harvard by preserving a scoreless tie, allowing Dartmouth to take the lead during his 1.2 innings of relief.
Three-sport athlete lettered three times for Coach John Lieb at Roxbury Latin ... earned first-team All-Independent School League honors each of his final two seasons while posting a combined 5-1 record with two saves, a 1.38 ERA and 77 strikeouts in 56 innings ... captained the team as a senior to a 12-3 mark and a second-place conference finish, contributing a .405 average in 42 at-bats with two homers and 12 RBIs in addition to his time on the mound ... awarded three letters in football and two more in basketball, serving as team captain as a senior for the latter ... also played for the New England Ruffnecks College Prospect Team in 2009 and the South Shore Sea Dogs in 2008 while being selected as the MVP of the all-tournament team.
Government major ... son of Harry and Suzanne and has one brother and one sister ... born Oct. 26, 1991 in Waltham, Mass. ... father was an Academic All-American linebacker at UMass Lowell ... also has an older cousin, Brendan Kelly, who is a year ahead of him at Dartmouth ... enjoys art as well.