CAREER HIGHS: Strikeouts: 4, 5/18/10 at Cal Poly; Walks: 4 (2x), Last: 5/18/10 at Cal Poly; IP (start): 9.0, 5/5/10 vs. Long Beach State; IP (relief): 4.0, 3/2/10 vs. UC Irvine; Winning Streak: 1g, 5/5/10 - 5/18/10; Losing Streak: 1g, 5/18/10 - present; Low-hit CG: 6, 5/5/10 vs. Long Beach State.
CAREER: Graduated from Pepperdine with a degree in business administration ... Appeared in 37 games (five starts) during his four-year career as a starter and reliever at Pepperdine, totaling 77.2 innings pitched ... Posted a 1-1 win-loss record with one complete game shutout (5/5/10 vs. LBSU), a save (3/2/10 vs. UC Irvine) and 33 strikeouts.
2011/SENIOR: Limited to 3.0 innings of work through three relief appearances due to injury ... Pitched one frame vs. Eastern Kentucky (2/19), at San Diego (4/15) and on Senior Day vs. Saint Mary's (5/28), compiling two strikeouts ... Faced 20 batters.
2010/FALL: Started two games for the Blue Team at the Pepperdine Fall World Series and posted a 1-1 record with a 2.57 ERA ... Struck out eight batters in 14.0 innings and limited opposing batters to a .231 average ... Credited with an 8.0 inning complete game in game four (11/13) despite suffering a 4-0 loss ... Allowed an unearned run in the first, a pair of two-out runs in the fifth and a solo home run off the bat of Trent Diedrich in the eighth ... Struck out four ... In his first start in game two (11/7), combined with reliever Ricky Villarreal to score a 2-1 victory ... Gave up one run through 6.0 innings with four Ks.
2010/SUMMER: Assigned to the Danville (Ill.) Dans of the Prospect League but did not play.
2010/JUNIOR: Finished the year with a 1-1 record and 4.80 ERA after appearing in a team-high 19 games, including five starts -- four of which were made in the final month ... Delivered his first career complete game shutout at home vs. Long Beach State (5/5), which was only his second start of the year and first since March 5 vs. Brown ... Suffered three blown saves by his bullpen in starts against Brown (3/5), Fullerton (5/12) and Long Beach (5/25) ... Set a career high with four strikeouts at Cal Poly (5/18) ... Pitched career high 4.0 innings of scoreless relief, combining with Aaron Gates on a 6-0 shutout of then-No. 11 UC Irvine (3/2) ... Credited with two quality starts through five appearances ... Averaged 7.1 runs of support per start.
2009/FALL: Started game one (11/12) of the Blue and Orange World Series and pitched five scoreless innings of one-hit ball, walking three and striking out two ... Hit one batter and uncorked one wild pitch ... Wiggled out of a bases-loaded jam in the fifth inning after striking out Mike Hole on a pitch in the dirt, which catcher Trent Diedrich quickly recovered and tapped home plate for the force out ... Retired the side in order in the first and fourth innings.
2009/SUMMER: Played for the Saratoga Phillies of the New York Collegiate Baseball League, where he was teammates with Brad Jesernig and Miles Silverstein ... Pitched of 3.2 innings of scoreless relief with three strikeouts in a first-round playoff series vs. the Glen Falls Golden Eagles ... Finished second to Jesernig with 13 appearances.
2009/SOPHOMORE: Made six relief appearances totaling 10.1 innings ... Posted a 0-0 record with a 6.10 earned-run average and six strikeouts ... Limited opposing hitters to a .100 (1-for-10) batting with two outs and .077 (1-for-13) when the bases were empty ... Surrendered four sacrifice flies, three of which came during a three-inning relief outing vs. Cal State Fullerton (4/22) ... The three sac flies allowed tied former Wave Robert Hobbs' individual game record from April 16, 2002 - also against the Titans ... His three innings pitched matched a career high from March 11 of 2008 ... Did not give up a hit or an earned run through his first three outings, totaling 4.1 innings pitched ... Pitched a scoreless frame in wins over Evansville (3/6) and Chicago State (3/21, g2) ... Tied a career high with three strikeouts against Brown (3/24), but allowed an unearned run on two walks followed by a fielding error by the second baseman ... Helped catch Brown's Matt Colantonio stealing home as part of a 1-3-2-5 pick off attempt with runners at the corners.
2008/FALL: Pitched in games 1 (11/12) and 2 (11/14) of the Blue and Orange World Series, both wins for his Orange Team ... Pitched the fourth and fifth innings of game 1, allowing a run on three walks ... Struck out two batters in two innings of work in game 3.
2008/FRESHMAN: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... Earned West Coast Conference Commissioner's "Bronze Honors" ... Pitched 10 innings through nine relief appearances ... Struck out five batters ... Credited with three assists on the mound and helped turn a double play ... Pitched an inning in his collegiate debut, walking one batter in a 22-3 win over Wake Forest (2/24) ... Notched first college strike out against USC (3/4) ... Longest outing was three innings of relief against UCLA (3/11) and struck out three Bruins.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Garces Memorial High School, located in Bakersfield, Calif., in 2007 ... A three-year letterman ... A two-time All-South East Yosemite League pick and named an All-Area first team pick as a senior ... Posted a 6-5 record with 2.56 ERA as a senior with 95 strikeouts in 65.2 innings pitched ... Holds school record for strikeouts in a game (14) ... Also lettered in football.
PERSONAL: Born in Bakersfield, Calif. ... Son of Jeff and Stephanie Inman ... Has two brothers, Jeff and Eric, and one sister, Lindsay ... Brother Jeff plays baseball at Stanford ... Chose Pepperdine because of "the baseball program, the location, the academics and the closeness to home."
FAVORITES: Hobbies include watching college football and playing video games ... Favorite pro baseball player is Chipper Jones ... Favorite pro baseball team is the Atlanta Braves ... Favorite book is Of Mice and Men ... Favorite movie is Super Troopers ... Favorite TV show is The Office ... Favorite musical artist is Brand New ... Favorite thing about baseball is "the fact that there is no clock and that it's just as mental as it is physical."