Huber Grabs Third Save, Moves To Third All-Time At Ole Miss
2012: Appeared in eight games on the season, all in relief ... Posted an 0-2 record with a 4.22 ERA, four strikeouts and a walk through 10.2 innings of work ... Allowed five runs - all earned - on 12 hits while opponents hit at a .293 clip against him ... Took his first loss with a relief outing against Miami (Ohio) (3/2) as he allowed two runs on three hits in 1.0 inning of work ... Took his second loss in a relief appearance at Arkansas State (5/15), allowing two runs on three hits in 1.0 inning of work ... Turned in his best outing with 2.0 innings of hitless and scoreless work against No. 4 LSU (5/6) in the series finale ... Struck out a season-high two batters against Central Arkansas (4/10) ... Combined for a shutout of Central Arkansas in that game ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Pitched and played in the outfield under head coach Kevin Sharp at The Pendleton School at IMG Academies ... Turned in a career record of 37-1 on the mound ... As a senior, posted a 3-1 record with a 1.75 ERA in four appearances ... Struck out 33 with only three walks in 20.0 innings of work ... Also hit .303 with three home runs, three doubles and six RBI while scoring 11 runs ... Played in 10 games before his season ended due to injury ... Selected to play in the 2010 UnderArmour All-America game ... Selected as a Rawlings Second Team All-American in 2009 ... Preseason All-America selection in both 2009 and 2010 ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Son of Mike and Leta Mulholland ... Born December 17, 1991 ... Has a younger sibling, Morgan ... Father, Mike, played football for Southeastern Louisiana ... Mother, Leta, ran cross country for Alabama ... Played summer league ball for the Deland Suns.
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