2006: Made 11 appearances coming out of the bullpen ... Lone start came against Duke (2/21) where he pitched two full innings allowing two runs on five hits with a pair of strikeouts ... Posted a 1-0 record with a 6.00 ERA in 15.0 innings pitched ... Had three outings where he tossed at least two innings with a season-high 4.1 coming against Coastal Carolina (4/10) in his lone victory of the season ... Opposing batters hit .288 against him with lefties hitting.227 (5-for-22) while right handed batters hit .321 ... Made three appearance in conference play working 2 2/3 innings allowing two runs on two hits with three strikeouts ... Outside of league play, appeared in eight games with a 5.84 ERA allowing 11 runs in 12.1 innings with nine strikeouts ... Preferred the confines of Clark-LeClair Stadium where he posted a 3.97 ERA in seven games ... On the road pitched just 3.2 innings with a 12.27 earned run average ... Best month of the season was in April (0.00 ERA, 0-0 in 3.1 innings in three games) ... Named one of Coastal Plain Leagues top 10 prospects by Baseball America ... Selected to CPL American All-Star Team ... Posted a 2-1 record with a 1.16 ERA in 23 appearances and 11 saves in 31.0 innings for the Wilson Tobs ... Ranked among league leaders in games finished (third) and saves (t-3rd) ... 2005: Started sophomore season in the bullpen but immediately moved into the starting rotation after injuries hit the ECU pitching staff ... Recorded first-career start against nationally-ranked Clemson (2/20), throwing seven shutout innings, allowing only three hits while walking two and striking out five ... Earned Conference USA Pitcher-of-the-Week honors for his performance against Clemson (2/20) ... Posted a 6-5 record with a 6.58 ERA on the season ... Made 21 appearances, including eight starts, allowing 57 runs, while striking out 51 and walking 34 ... Recorded first win of the season against College of Charleston (2/11) after pitching 3.2 innings of relief ... In his next six outings, all starts, posted a 3-3 record with wins against Clemson (2/20), N.C. State (2/26) and Navy (3/12) ... Moved back into a more comfortable role in the pen, allowing just two earned runs in 13.1 innings pitched in his first six games back in relief ... Posted lone save of the season against Southern Miss (4/9) ... Collected fifth win of the season against Louisville (4/17) after tossing 6.1 innings of relief, allowing one earned run on six hits while fanning a season-best eight batters ... Pitched six innings of relief against UAB (5/14) for his sixth victory of the season ... Made two additional starts late in the season against Saint Louis (5/21) and Tulane (5/26) which resulted in a pair of losses ... Made two post-season appearances on the mound which included a start against Tulane in the C-USA Tournament and a relief appearance in the NCAA Tempe Regional against UNLV ... Set a career-high in innings pitched (7.0) against Clemson (2/20) and tied career-high against Memphis (4/23) ... Opposing batters hit .307 against him with lefties hitting .244 (21-for-86) and right-handed batters hit .337 ... Was 2-3 with one save, 30 strikeouts and a 6.37 ERA in 11 appearances (41.0 innings) ... Posted a 4-2 record in non-conference action with 21 strikeouts in 25.2 innings ... Away from Clark-LeClair Stadium, went 3-1 with a 5.46 ERA in 28 innings of work ... Ranked in the top five in appearances (t-1st), wins (second), strikeouts (third), innings pitched, games started (fourth) and games in relief (t-4th) ... Best month of season was in February (1.69 ERA, 3-0 in 7.2 innings pitched in four contests) ... 2004: Emerged as the Pirates' top closer during true freshman campaign ... Appeared in 19 games, all coming out of the bullpen ... Logged a team-high five saves (Delaware 2/20, Tulane 3/19, Duke 4/7, USF 4/9 and TCU 5/15), falling just two shy of equaling ECU's freshman record ... Compiled a 3-2 record and a 3.82 earned run average while working 33.0 innings ... Allowed 24 hits, 15 runs, 14 earned runs and 11 walks while fanning 36 ... Surrendered just one home run (at Arizona State 3/5) and held opponent hitters to a .197 average ... Did not commit an error in four chances ... Picked up first collegiate win over No. 11 Clemson after striking out a season-high nine while allowing just three hits in 5.2 shutout innings ... Other victory came against Houston (5/1) ... Suffered losses against Arizona State (3/5), Memphis (3/26) and TCU (5/28) ... Was perfect in college debut vs. UNC Asheville (2/14) (2.0 innings, 0 hits, 0 runs, 2 strikeouts) ... In fact, did not allow a run in first three appearances (10.2 innings vs. UNC Asheville, Delaware and Clemson) ... Held left-handed hitters to a .179 average (7-for-39) while limiting right-handers to a .205 (17-for-83) clip ... One the Pirates' toughest two-out pitchers (.119/5-for-42) ... Worked in just two post-season games ... Allowed four runs in 2.0 innings to the Horned Frogs in a Conference USA Tournament elimination game before recording one out (0.1 innings) against South Carolina 6/13 in the Super Regional ... Was 1-1 with three saves, 12 K's and a 3.97 ERA in seven C-USA relief appearances (11.1 innings) ... Won one of three non conference decisions (1-2) and booked a 3.74 ERA in 12 games ... Recorded a 2-0 ledger with an impressive 1.66 ERA and four saves in 10 appearances at Harrington Field (21.2 innings, 28 strikeouts) but struggled in seven road showings (0-2, 6.00 in 9.0 innings) ... Monthly totals include February (1-0, 0.00, 1 save in three games), March (0-2, 4.50, 1, 5), April (0-0, 10.80, 2, 3), May (1-1, 4.97, 1, 7) and June (0-0, 0.00, 0, 0) ... Did not allow a run in 11 of 19 appearances ... Other notable strikeout performance was four (TCU 5/15) ... Did not issue more than one walk in 18 of 19 games (season-high three at Arizona State 3/7 was only exception) ... High School: A local standout who lettered four seasons as a pitcher at J.H. Rose High School ... Rated as one of the nation's top high school players by Baseball America ... Helped Rose to the 2003 State of North Carolina Class AAAA title as a senior ... Named Scholar-Athlete-of-the-Year, MVP of the state playoffs and the Daily Reflector Pitcher-of-the-Year as a senior ... Also earned Rose's "Coaches' Award" ... Struck out 122 batters in 63 innings during the 2003 season ... Personal: Full name is Michael Thomas Flye ... Nickname: "Mike" ... Born June 3, 1985 in Morehead City, N.C. ... Son of Bruce and Phyllis Flye ... Has an older brother (Brian) ... Majoring in chemistry ... Eight-time honoree on the ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll (Fall of 2003 to present) ... Named to PCS Phosphate All-Academic Team (2005-06) ... Three-time Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient.
CAREER HIGHS - innings pitched: 7.0 (twice, last vs. Memphis 4/23/05); strikeouts: 9 vs. Clemson (2/28/04).