2004 (Senior): Earned Honorable Mention All-American by Collegebaseballinsider.com... earned second-team all-conference honors as a relief pitcher... one of the most reliable arms out of the bullpen this season... struggled in his first two starts and was moved down to the bullpen... became the Frogs closer... set a new school record for saves in a season with 11, breaking the old record set by Tim Grieve in 1994... did not blow a save opportunity this season... had an 18.00 ERA in two starts this season, but posted a 1.24 ERA out of the bullpen... finished the season with a 6-1 record and a 2.73 ERA... finished the season with 56 innings pitched and 63 strikeouts... recorded two no-decisions in his only two starts of the season... allowed 10 runs on 14 hits in five combined innings of work... did not allow a run in his first 5.1 innings pitched out of the ‘pen... made first appearance out of the bullpen against Furman on Feb. 21... pitched a scoreless inning of relief and struck out two.. earned his first save of the season against Texas Tech on Feb. 27... retired the only three hitters he faced, striking out two... appeared in both games against St. John’s March 5-6, pitching two scoreless innings and picking up save number two... gave up first run as a reliever on March 14 against New Mexico... picked up saves in his next three outings, one against Oklahoma (March 16), Memphis (March 21) and Houston (March 28)... didn’t allow an earned run in his next seven appearances spanning 13.2 innings... held NCAA qualifier Southern Miss scoreless for 3.2 innings over two appearances... suffered a tough-luck loss to Cincinnati on April 11, giving up four unearned runs... picked up first win of the season against USF on April 17, pitching 2.2 innings of scoreless baseball... after a tough outing at Oklahoma on April 20... started a stretch of five appearances without allowing a run... picked up two wins against Saint Louis on April 23 and 25... earned his eighth save of the season against No. 5 East Carolina on May 16, pitching 3.1 innings, allowing a run on two hits and striking out four... was dominating in his final seven appearances... made three appearances in the Conference USA Tournament... recorded a win and two saves... earned a save against Louisville on May 27 with 1.2 innings of scoreless ball... earned the win against No. 4 East Carolina with 4.2 innings of shutout baseball and striking out a season-high seven batters... also earned his record-breaking save against Southern Miss in the championship game... earned his sixth win of the season against Youngstown State... pitched 5.2, allowing two runs on three hits and striking out four... held opponents to a .199 batting average.
2003 (Junior): Earned C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll accolades... Started 10 games out of 14 appearances... worked his way into the starting rotation after four stints out of the ‘pen to begin the season... finished the season with a 6-1 record... ranked second on team in ERA (2.74) and strikeouts (58)... walked only 27 batters all season... first appearance as a Frog came on Feb. 14 against SE Louisiana... in three innings of work he allowed a run on two hits while striking out three earning his first save as a Frog ... best work out of the bullpen was a three-inning performance on Feb. 22 against Texas Tech... allowed the Red Raiders only one hit and struck out three to pick up his second save... in his final outing out of the ‘pen, he struck out four Mavericks in a 10-6 loss to UTA on Mar. 2... made first start on Mar. 7 against BYU... got a no-decision, giving up only one unearned run in five innings of work... shutout Saint Louis for seven innings to pick up his first win as a Frog on Mar. 21... gave up only four hits while striking out six Billikens... combined to shutout UAB on Apr. 13 with a five inning stint against the Blazers... allowed only five hits while striking out five hitters... longest outing of the season was a 7.2 inning stint on May 4 against South Florida... gave up three runs on six hits and struck out seven... struck out a career-high eight in a May 11 start against Charlotte, earning his fifth victory of the season... final win of the campaign come on May 17 against Louisville... pitched six innings, allowing only an unearned run on eight hits... struck out five Cardinals... team was 9-1 in games that he started.
2002 (Redshirt): Forced to redshirt due to injury riddled season... member of the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
At Seminole: Earned all-region kudos for his efforts at Seminole State College... picked up 13 wins, 100 strikeouts and posted a 3.50 ERA during his two years at Seminole... was a 34th round draft pick by the Oakland Athletic’s in 2000.
High School: A standout athlete at Michael Power High School in Toronto... led Power’s baseball squad both offensively and on the mound... posted nine wins, three saves and a 1.90 ERA as a pitcher... batted .420 with a home run and 20 RBI at the plate... named a 1999 Toronto All-Star, 1999 team MVP and 1998 Christian Athlete of the Year... was drafted in the 37th round by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1999.
Personal: Full name is Robert Anthony Findlay, Jr.... born October 14, 1980... son of Gale and Tony Findlay... has two brothers (Lennon & Dominic) and one sister (Alicia)... majoring in business management.