• Sun Belt Commissioner’s List, 2013-14
• Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll, 2014-15
• Dean’s List, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2015
• Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, Fall 2014
AT GEORGIA STATE: Right-handed pitcher who is Georgia State’s career leader in appearances with 92, including 81 relief outings and 11 starts, covering 175.1 innings ... Has an 8-10 record with five saves.
2015: Bullpen workhorse with a 1-0 record, two saves and a 4.00 ERA in 23 appearances ... Made his 82nd career appearance vs. Georgia Tech (April 1) to break the Georgia State record formerly held by Bobby Bennett.
Earned a save and a victory in two-game sweep at Appalachian State (April 17-18), ending both victories by striking out the final batter on a called third strike. Entered Friday’s 4-3 victory with runners at first and second and two outs in the bottom of the 12th with one run already in and saved the game with a strikeout. Entered Saturday game with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the eighth after App State had taken a 13-12 lead and got out of the inning with a strikeout. After GSU took the lead in the top of the ninth, he closed the game with a scoreless inning, including another game-ending strikeout.
2014: Led the team with 26 appearances, all in relief, and compiled a 3-5 record with a 5.25 ERA ... Finished both games and earned both victories in GSU’s season-opening series against Illinois. Threw four hitless, scoreless innings with six strikeouts ... Earned his third win of the season in a 7-4 victory over South Alabama as he finished the game with 2.1 scoreless innings, allowing just one hit.
2013: Posted a 3-2 record with three saves ... Third on the team with 22 appearances, including four starts and 58 innings.
Saved both GSU victories in the Hofstra series (May 10-12) ... In the Sunday victory over the Pride (5-12-13), he entered the game with none out in the ninth, one on and GSU leading 6-3 but he inherited a 3-1 count on the batter; got that batter to fly out and then recorded the final two outs via strikeout and pop up ... Earned the victory in relief against Georgia, when he allowed one run over 2.2 innings ... The winning pitcher in GSU’s win over Kennesaw State (4-9-13) as he allowed just one hit in 2.1 innings out of the bullpen ... Added a win at New Orleans (4-13-13) with 2.2 innings of scoreless relief in a 5-4 win ...
Went 6.1 innings against Butler (2-17-13), allowing just two runs on four hits ... Made his first start of the season against Grambling (2-22-13) and tied his career high with six strikeouts in six innings ... Earned his first save with three innings of scoreless relief in a 9-3 win over Fordham (4-6-13).
2012: One of the Panthers’ top newcomers in rookie season on the mound... Made 21 appearances-second on the team-with six starts ... Pitched in nine conference games... Fifth on team with 28 strikeouts ... Went five-plus innings on three occasions ... Tossed at least 4.0 innings in all six starts ... Earned one victory ... Started opening weekend against Western Illinois (2-19-12), striking out two over 4.2 innings of a 9-4 Panther win ... Fanned six over 3.1 relief innings against Mercer (4-11-12) ... Earned first career win with season-high 7.0 innings against Savannah State (3-28-12) ... Appeared twice against CAA champion UNC Wilmington, yielding one run over 3.0 innings ... Tossed 5.1 innings with four strikeouts in first conference start at Old Dominion (3-19-12), helping GSU to an 8-4 win on season’s final day.
HIGH SCHOOL: Competed in Homeschool World Series Association for coach Estaban Maldono, leading team to a 22-0 regular season record in 2011 ... Tossed one perfect game and two no-hitters during the season, going 15 straight innings at one point without allowing a hit ... High honorable mention selection on 2011 the Rawlings/Perfect Game Preseason High School All-America team.
PERSONAL: Jerry Edward Stuckey, Jr. was born April 10, 1993 in Warner Robins, Ga. ... Son of Gail Stuckey ... Has two older sisters, Lora and Melissa, and one older brother, Andy ... Majoring in economics.