|Olson's Career Statistics|
Ivy League Player to Watch by Collegiate Baseball.
Sidelined by an injury for the spring season.
All-Ivy First Team relief pitcher ... did not allow a run until final appearance of the season ... 1.15 ERA the lowest by a Dartmouth pitcher with at least five innings since 1972 ... second in the conference with six saves (matching his freshman campaign) and 12 games finished ... all six saves came in first seven outings ... first appearance of the season was his longest, 2.2 scoreless inning to save a 10-3 victory at Minnesota ... tossed a shutout inning against Utah and again versus Army to save 5-2 triumphs ... needed just five pitches to earn another save in an 11-8 win over Bradley ... two days later twirled a scoreless ninth for another save against the Braves ... nailed down 3-2 victory at Columbia bty getting the final three outs ... also appeared in second game of the doubleheader against the Lions, getting two crucial outs in the eighth to help Dartmouth sweep the twinbill with a 7-4 win ... recorded a victory versus Cornell with a perfect ninth, allowing the Green to score the winning run in the bottom half of a 1-0 triumph ... also got the win in the 7-3, 10-inning victory over Yale ... threw two shutout innings to end the final Ivy game of the regular season, a 9-4 win at Harvard.
Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American as selected by Collegiate Baseball ... All-Ivy Second Team relief pitcher ... Big Green Pitcher of the Year and Rookie of the Year ... was just 4.2 innings shy of qualifying for the Ivy League’s ERA title ... had second-lowest ERA and batting average against in the conference among pitchers who threw at least 20 innings ... six saves put him in a tie for third in a single season at Dartmouth ... had a stretch of 21 consecutive scoreless innings ... did not walk a batter in his final 21.2 innings ... in his 17 appearances, retired the first batter 16 times (0-for-16, BB) ... stranded 12 of 19 inherited runners ... had a 1.15 ERA in Ivy League games ... made collegiate debut at #13 LSU, striking out three in 3.2 innings ... shut out Sacramento State for 3.2 innings on two hits with three whiffs in next outing to earn first career save in 6-1 victory ... had two more scoreless stanzas against the Hornets two days later ... second save came at Princeton by keeping the Tigers off the board for the final 2.2 innings with three strikeouts in an 8-2 triumph ... closed out a 4-2 win over Holy Cross with a scoreless ninth on just eight pitches ... finished both 9-5 victories at Brown with two shutout innings in each game, yielding just one hit combined ... got final two outs of 4-3 win in first game against Yale with the tying run on base, then came back in the second game of the twinbill and hurled 3.2 more innings without allowing a run to earn his first collegiate victory in a 5-4, 12-inning triumph ... his performance in the double dip earned his Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors ... subdued Quinnipiac for two innings on one hit to pick up another save in a 5-3 win ... pitched in both ends of the home doubleheader against Harvard, tossing a combined 3.2 innings and yielding just one hit with a pair of whiffs ... recorded the final out of the victory at the Ivy Championships Series in game two ... gave a Herculean effort in the decisive third game by setting season highs with 5.1 innings on the mound and four punchouts.
Three-year varsity letterman for Coach Carpenter and Coach Hess at Manhattan ... named to Class 6A All-State Second Team and All-Centennial League First Team as a pitcher in senior season ... helped squad to a regional championship as a junior.
Only child of Steve and Chong ... born June 17, 1993 in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... enjoys the outdoors, especially fishing, camping and mountain biking.