Brian Ward
    45 Brian Ward

    Milford, Conn.

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 179




    UConn Baseball Doles Out 2014 Team Awards

    Head Coach Jim Penders honored the 2014 squad prior to Sunday's Alumni Game


    UConn Drops Season Finale To Temple, 9-4

    The Huskies round out conference tournament play at 1-2 and finish the season with a 27-31 record.


    Ward's Shuotut Helps UConn To Doubleheader Split Against Rhode Island

    The senior lefty has turned in complete games in his last two starts


    Ward Tosses Complete Game In 9-1 Win Over CCSU

    The UConn lefty became the first Husky to record a complete game in 2014


    UConn Baseball Geared Up For Midweek Action

    The Huskies will face Northeastern and Brown in non-conference action


    UConn vs Temple AAC Tournament

    UConn vs Temple AAC Baseball Tournament


    UConn vs Oklahoma NCAA Baseball

    UConn vs Oklahoma NCAA Baseball


    Baseball 2012 Alumni Game

    The UConn baseball team hosted its annual alumni game at J.O. Christian Field on Sunday, September 30.


    BIG EAST Baseball Semifinal: UConn vs. USF (Game 1)

    UConn Baseball falls to USF, 1-0, in the first of two semifinal match-ups (5/26/12).

    2014 Season: Made 13 appearances, starting 10 games both in the midweek and the weekend...compiled a 4-3 record with a 3.30 ERA in 62.2 innings, striking out 39 against 28 walks...finished ninth in UConn history with 229.0 career innings...tossed both of the Huskies' complete games in 2014, include their lone shutout...earned a pair of nods on The American weekly honor roll (April 28, May 19)...fired a three-hit, complete game shutout vs. Rhode Island (May 13)...also hurled a complete game vs. Central Connecticut, fanning six (April 21)...picked up his first win with 5.2 shutout innings vs. Illinois (Feb. 23)...had a season-high seven strikeouts at Lipscomb (March 2)...went 6.2 innings and allowed one run to win at USF (March 23).

    2013 Season: Started in 10 games, earning two wins... Pitched 52.2 innings and held a 3.59 earned run average... Registered 33 strikeouts to go along with 22 walks... Pitched seven innings of shutout ball against Texas Tech (Feb. 24), surrendering just five hits and recording a season-high five strikeouts... Was one of only three Husky pitchers to make double-digit starts... Allowed just two runs and five hits in a five inning performance against Villanova (April 14).

    2012 SEASON: Appeared in 13 games, started 12...named the BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 20)...posted an ERA of 5.57 with a record of 3-5...struck out 41 in 53.1 innings pitched...pitched 7.1 scoreless innings in a win vs. Indiana (Feb. 17)...gave up two earned runs in seven innings, recording the win vs. Xavier (Feb. 24)...had a season high seven strikeouts in a six inning, winning effort vs. Oklahoma (March 9)...allowed just one run and struck out six over five innings against USF (March 26) at the BIG EAST Championship.

    2011 SEASON: Pitched 60.1 innings in 14 appearances...earned a record of 6-1...recorded an ERA of 3.28 and allowed 22 earned runs...gave up 50 hits and three home runs...struck out a total of 53 batters and walked four...struck out a season-high 10 vs. South Florida (May 9) plus eight vs. Louisville (May 14) and seven at Villanova (April 17). 2011 SUMMER: Started all four games he pitched for the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League...posted a 2-1 record with a 3.18 ERA...fanned 13 batters in 17 innings pitched.

    High School: Attended Joseph A. Foran High School in Milford, Conn.... was a two-time All-SCC Conference selection...was a two-time Connecticut High School Coaches' Association All-State honoree... named a Connecticut Post All-Star as well as New Haven Register All-Area selection... was a two-time Rawlings American Legion Future All-Star Team selection... an American Legion Dream Dozen Selection... Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American selection during his senior year... was a CAPT scholar.

    Personal: A history major... born March 21, 1991... his father Thomas played baseball at Panhandle State University in Goodwell, Okla from 1971-75.