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#33 Mark Winkelman
Position: Left-Handed Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: L
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Harvard, Ill.
High School: Alden-Hebron
Experience: High School
2012 (Junior at Creighton)
  • Struck out a pair of batters in 2.2 innings of work at Central Arkansas (2/17).
  • Earned his first win with 0.2 innings of relief at UC Davis (3/2).
  • Hurled 2.1 innings of scoreless relief at California (3/6).
  • Went three straight outings (4.2 innings), without allowing a run (3/13 to 3/17).
  • Made his first 2012 MVC appearance at Missouri State, walking two batters and allowing one run in 2.1 innings of work (3/24).
  • Tossed two scoreless, hitless innings against Kansas, striking out three in his outing (4/3).
  • Threw the middle two innings against Indiana State, allowing just one hit in the 8-0 shutout (4/8).
  • Pitched another pair of innings against Nebraska, not allowing a hit or a walk in his two innings (4/10).
  • Did not allow a single run in 2.2 innings of work against Nebraska, striking out three while allowing three hits (4/23).
  • Struck out three batters in 2.1 innings of work in the 8-1 win over Nebraska, allowing just one hit and no runs (5/8).
  • Threw 1.1 no-hit innings against Dallas Baptist, striking out one and walking one in the 5-2 loss (5/12).
  • Tossed 1.1 innings of relief against Wichita State, surrendering an unearned run on one hit, also striking out one batter (5/18).
  • Made three appearances in the MVC Tournament, surrendering just one combined hit and not allowing an earned run in four relief innings. Struck out three against Illinois State (5/24) and one against Southern Illinois in the championship game.  Mark nabbed the victory with a scoreless frame in the seventh (5/26).

2011 (Sophomore at Creighton)
  • Tied for first on the team and in the Valley with 35 appearances on the season.
  • Made 34 relief appearances on the year, tied for second on the team and in the MVC.
  • Finished with a 1-1 record and a a 2.95 ERA, allowing 19 runs in 42.2 innings of work, picking up a win in the 4-3 win over Portland on April 3.
  • Went through his first eight appearances, 7.2 innings, without allowing a run.
  • Made his first appearance in the third game of the season, tossing 1.1 innings against Canisius.
  • Didn’t allow a hit until his third appearance, at New Mexico, where he surrendered just one hit.
  • Threw two innings of scoreless baseball at
  • Arkansas State on March 7, striking out a season-high four
  • batters.
  • Recorded one out to pick up a save at Air Force (3/16).
  • Allowed one hit in the first game at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha (April 19) vs. Nebraska.
  • Made one start on the season, hurling four innings and allowing just one run against Missouri State on May 27 in the MVC Tournament.
  • The four innings of work marked a career high, besting his 3.2 innings of work against Air Force in 2010.

2010 (Freshman at Creighton)
  • Made 27 appearances with one start.
  • Finished fourth in CU history among freshmen with 27
  • appearances on the season.
  • Had five-appearance scoreless streak from May 14-21, hurling five
  • scoreless innings.
  • Allowed just two earned runs in appearances of exactly one inning (14 appearances).
  • Finished 10th in the MVC in relief appearances with 26.
  • Earned first career win with 1.1 innings of scoreless baseball at
  • Texas-Arlington (3/10).
  • Threw hitless, scoreless inning in first collegiate appearance versus
  • Southern Illinois-Edwardsville (2/20).
  • Recorded two strikeouts in appearance against Kansas (4/7).
  • Made first career start against Air Force (4/27), going a season-long 3.2 innings.
  • Saved first career game against Evansville (5/1), striking out last batter with tying run on third.

2006-09 (Alden-Hebron High School)
  • Played baseball and basketball at Alden-Hebron HS in Hebron, Ill.
  • Set 16 school records.
  • Holds single-game marks for strikeouts (18).
  • Set single-season marks for average (.588), hits (41), doubles (10),
  • triples (7), home runs (6), RBI (39), stolen bases (19), wins (10) and
  • ERA (0.43).
  • Alden-Hebron HS career record holder in batting average (.548), strikeouts (310), shutouts (7) and consecutive games with a hit, with 22.
  • Tied for second in home runs in an inning (2) and seventh for
  • lowest ERA in a career with a 0.78 mark.

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