Anthony Sullivan
Anthony  Sullivan


Arlington, MA

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 175



2004: A starter during midweek games ... Appeared in 16 games, starting nine times ... Carried a 5-4 record with a 4.60 earned run average and registered one save ... Allowed 29 runs (24 earned) on 44 hits in 47.0 innings pitched ... Walked 30 batters and struck out 38 ... Made three relief appearances in BIG EAST play, posting a 2.45 earned run average in 3.2 innings ... Allowed six runs (two earned) in 1.2 innings in his first collegiate start, against Texas-Arlington (3/6/04) ... Took a no-decision in his second start, throwing 4.2 innings, giving up three runs on three hits, with six walks and seven strikeouts in a 9-3 win over Columbia (3/24/04) ... Won his first collegiate game, throwing 4.0 innings, allowing no runs on one hit with four strikeouts in a 21-0 win over Wagner (3/3/1/04) ... Went four innings in a 5-0 win over St. Francis (4/6/04) for his second win ... Had a stretch in late April and early May when he posted three-straight quality starts, going six innings against Iona (4/21/04), St. Peter's (4/29/04) and New York Tech (5/4/04) ... Posted a 3-0 record with a 1.00 ERA in that span, allowing only two earned runs on six hits, with eight walks and 14 punch-outs in 18.0 innings.

Before St. John's: Earned four letters in basketball and three in hockey at Arlington...Captained Arlington's baseball team as a senior...Named to the Greater Boston All-Star team as a junior and senior...Earned All-Scholastic Honors as a senior...Went 7-1 with 73 strikeouts in 52 innings as a senior...For his career, posted a 16-2 record with 125 strikeouts in 88 innings...Arlington spent most of his senior year ranked No. 1 by the Boston Globe.

Personal: Born July 2, 1984 in Queens, N.Y...The son of Steven and Lisa Sullivan...Has two brothers, Nick (8) and Johnathan (4), as well as a sister, Jackie (20), who attends Suffolk University...Plans to major in criminal justice with a minor in forensic psychology...Lists his grandmother, aunt and uncle as the most influential people in his athletic career.


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