2006: Made a career-best 16 appearances and threw a career-best 33.1 innings... led the team with a 1.08 earned run average... only allowed four earned runs in 33.1 innings of work... earned wins in both starts of the season as he allowed only one unearned run in four innings of work with six strikeouts in a win over St. Francis and struck out six in six innings of work in a win over Binghamton in the final regular season game to clinch the No. 2 seed for the America East Tournament... struck out five batters in three innings of work against Bucknell... did not allow a run in his first five appearances of the season... did not allow a run in 4.1 innings of relief in the America East Tournament.
2005: Appeared in five games for the Seawolves, posting a 6.14 ERA, totaled seven and 1/3 inning pitched, striking out six...threw two shutout innings against Princeton.
2004: Appeared in 10 games for the Seawolves as a sophomore, posting a 5.11 ERA over 12 and 1/3 innings pitched...tallied his first career win against Hofstra, pitching one perfect inning out of the bullpen.
High School: Attended Canandaigua Academy in Canandaigua, N.Y....lettered three years for the Braves...played mostly as a pitcher and third basemen...named First Team All-League his junior and senior years...also played volleyball and basketball... received All-League honors his junior and senior year in volleyball and was named a two-time MVP...
Personal: Son of Jean and Eric Jung...has two brothers, Fritz and Hans, and one sister, Heidi.