2011 (Senior): Earned Conference USA and LSWA Pitcher of the Week honors on March 14...started 15 games during the season on the mound...collected wins versus Wichita State (3/11), New Orleans (3/18) and UAB (4/29)...walked one or fewer batters in nine of his 15 starts...allowed three of fewer earned runs in nine of his 15 starts...struck out five-plus batters in eight outings...struck out five and allowed two unearned runs in seven innings of work against Sam Houston State (2/18) in the season opener...struck out seven and allowed four runs -two earned - in six innings of work against George Washington (2/25)...struck out five and allowed three runs in five innings at Ole Miss (3/4)...didn't walk a batter and struck out nine in seven innings of one-run work against Wichita State (3/11) in the series opener...surrendered two runs on four hits with six strikeouts in six innings of work against New Orleans (3/18)...lasted just two and two-thirds innings and allowed four runs at Southern Miss (3/25)...tossed eight innings, allowing two runs - one earned - with no walks and six strikeouts...surrendered one run in seven innings of work with seven strikeouts in the series opener at Rice (4/15)...tossed seven innings and allowed three runs against UAB (4/29)...allowed two runs - one earned - in nine innings of work against Memphis (5/6).
2010 (Junior): Was named Conference USA Pitcher of the Week on March 1...appeared in 14 games, all starts, on the mound...all 14 starts game to open weekend series'...posted two scoreless outings on the mound...ten of his 14 outings last 6+ innings...struck out 60 batters and walked only 14...didn't walk a batter in four of his 14 starts...led the starting rotation in ERA (4.57), opponents batting average (.280) and innings pitched (84.2)...tied for the team lead in starts (14)...was second on the team in strikeouts (60) and runners picked off (2)...didn't commit an error in 29 chances in the field...ranked among the Conference USA leaders in games started (T-8th), runners picked off (9th) and innings pitched (10th)... was among the NCAA National Top-100 in walks per nine innings (27th)...struck out nine and allowed four runs on five hits in six innings of work in the season opener versus Boston College (2/19)...picked up a win with eight shutout innings - including eight strikeouts - allowing just three runs against Lipscomb (2/26)...allowed three runs and struck out seven in six innings of work against #19 Ole Miss (3/5)...surrendered just two runs on eight hits to go along with six strikeouts and no walks in eight innings versus Towson (3/12) in a no decision...allowed one run in 7.2 innings of work of in a victory over St. Mary's (3/19)...allowed three runs on four hits with five strikeouts against Marshall (3/26)in a no decision...tossed 5.1 innings and allowed four runs to collect the win in the series opener at East Carolina (4/2)...took a no decision with 6.1 innings of work, allowing four runs and striking out four against Rice (4/9)...took the loss versus UNLV with six innings, five strikeouts and four runs allowed in the series opener (4/16)...tossed just three innings in a rain shortened start at Memphis (4/23) with five strikeouts...allowed three runs in 6.2 innings of work against Southern Miss (4/30) with a pair of strikeouts...tossed just three innings in a start at Houston (5/7) with ten hits, eight runs - six earned - and two K's...surrendered ten hits and five runs in six innings of work at UAB (5/14)...struck out two and allowed five runs - four earned - in five innings of work against UCF (5/20).
2009 (Sophomore): Posted an 8-3 record in 14 appearances, all starts...tossed 87 innings with a 3.93 earned run average...his ERA led all qualified Tulane starters...second on the team with 58 strikeouts...walked just seven batters in 87 innings, less than one per nine innings...led Tulane with a 8.29 strikeout to walk ratio...opened the season with a seven-inning, five-hit victory over LeMoyne (Feb. 20)...tossed a complete game shutout of Northern Colorado (March 20) allowing three hits and no walks, striking out four in a 4-0 victory...allowed one run in eight innings in a win over Houston (March 27)...struck out a season-high eight batters in a victory over No. 17 East Carolina (April 19), tossing seven and a third while allowing three earned runs and seven hits...tossed a complete-game against UAB (May 10), fanning six batters and allowing six hits and one run in a 3-1 Tulane victory...earned a victory in the opener of the Conference USA tournament over UCF (May 21) with six and two thirds innings pitched, and one earned run allowed in an 8-3 win.
2008 (Grayson County College): Played one season at Grayson County College for coach Dusty Hart in Sherman, Texas...led the Vikings to a National Junior College Championship...earned the Outstanding Pitcher Award in the 2008 JuCo World Series while also being selected to the All-Conference team.
About Conrad Flynn
Prep: Three-year letterman at Robert E. Lee High School in Midland, Texas for coach Jesse Benavidez...made playoff appearances three consecutive seasons with the Rebels while also earning All-District honors each year...boasted a 0.90 ERA during his junior campaign that included 98 strikeouts...was an All-State selection his senior year in addition to being named MVP Pitcher...was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 2007...played for the Texas Rangers Area Code team in 2006.
Personal: Born Michael Conrad Flynn on November 18, 1988 in Midland, Texas...son of John and Dee Flynn...is the youngest of three boys...intended major is social science.