21  Kris Bakey
Kris Bakey


Kingston, N.Y.

High School:
Kingston HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 225



Health Science

2006: Threw 6.0 innings of shutout baseball in a no decision against Central Florida. Pitched six and a third innings giving up two runs and striking out six vs Bucknell (3/26)... Pitched five and a third innings giving up two hits and a one run vs. Maine (4/14)...

2005: Appeared in 16 games, starting five of those...struck out 50 batters in 53.0 innings of work...threw 2.0 innings of one-hit, shutout ball to pick up the save in a 1-0 win over Citadel...earned his first win of the season by throwing 5.1 innings of scoreless ball in a 8-0 win over Delaware...named Stony Brook Athlete of the Week for shutout against Delaware...struck out three batters in three innings as he picked up the 4-3 win over Hartford...threw 2.1 innings and struck out two in a 8-7 win over Vermont.

2004: Tossed 30.2 innings as a sophomore, allowing 33 hits and 21 runs...earned three wins, good for third on the team...allowed two hits while striking out three batters in four innings of work against Princeton...tallied his first save of the year versus New York Tech, striking out two batters in 1 2/3 innings of work.

2003: Appeared in six games for the Seawolves as a freshman...allowed one run on four hits in 1.1 innings versus Wisconsin-Milwaukee...pitched two innings versus St. Francis, allowing two earned runs on two hits while striking out two...had longest outing of the season against Northeastern, pitching 2.2 innings and allowing four runs (earned) on five hits while striking out one batter.

High School: Attended Kingston High School, lettering two years as a pitcher and center fielder for the Tigers...hit .459 as a senior...named to Daily Freeman first team in 2002 and second team in 2001...team won the league championship in 2002 and district championship in 2001...also lettered in basketball for two years...won league championship in 2001 and 2002 as a member of the basketball team...awarded the Albert G. Gruner Memorial Scholarship for his performance in the classroom.

Personal: Son of Ellen and Bill Bakey...brother of Kalin and Ashlee... pre-med major.