2006: Made six appearances all coming out of the bullpen ... Posted a 2.25 earned run average, allowing five hits, three runs (two earned) while striking out seven and walking five ... Did not allow a run in four of six games pitched ... Tossed a season-high three innings against Stony Brook (3/3) in a 12-0 win ... Struck out a season-high two batters in two games (N.C. A&T and Memphis) ...Opposing batters batted .179 (5-for-28) ... Led the team with a .176 opponent average with runners on base and .154 average with runners in scoring position ... Equally effective against lefties (.167/1-for-6) and right-handed batters (.182/4-for-22) ... In league play made one appearance (Memphis) picking up his lone loss of the year ... Sported a team-best 1.35 ERA in non-conference games in five starts giving up two runs (one earned) in 6.2 innings ... Best month came in March (1.93 ERA, 0-0, 4.2 innings of work and four strikeouts) ... 2005: Appeared in 13 games, all from the bullpen ... Posted a 5.32 earned run average, allowing 27 hits, 16 runs (14 earned) while fanning 15 and walking 12 ... Played a pivotal role for a depleted pitching staff, logging 23.2 innings, mostly in non-conference play ... Set a career-high in innings pitched (3.2) and strikeouts (3) against UNC (4/19) ... Made collegiate debut against College of Charleston (2/12) with one inning of relief work, allowing one hit and one strikeout ... In seven of 15 appearances, did not allow a run ... Opposing hitters batted .287 ... Had better success against right-handed hitters .306 (15-of-49) than lefties .405 (17-of-42) ... Averaged 5.70 strikeouts per outing ... Made four appearances in Conference USA play working 9.1 innings, walking seven and fanning five ... In non-league action, posted a 3.77 ERA in nine appearances recording 26 K's in 27.1 innings ... Best month came in March (0.00 ERA, 0-0, 4.1 innings of work and three strikeouts) ... High School: An outstanding athlete who picked up a total of 12 athletic letters during prep career at Hobgood Academy ... Won four baseball letters as a pitcher and shortstop for coach Jim Keeter at Hobgood Academy ... Helped lead Raiders to a state title in 2000 and a pair of conference pennants (2000 and 2002) ... A four-year all-conference honoree and a three-year team MVP and all-state selection ... Also earned four football (quarterback) and basketball (guard) letters ... Guided Hobgood to the football state title game in 2001 while also playing a key role for the Raider hoops squad's conference tourney championship in 2002 ... A two-year all-conference pick on the gridiron (once in basketball) ... Also completed strong academic career as a member of the Beta Club and Class Salutorian ... Personal: Full name is Cody Griffin Leggett ... Nickname: "C-Leg" ... Born April 11, 1984 in Rocky Mount N.C. ... Intended major is construction management ... Son of Herbie and Ginny Leggett ... Has an older sister (Mandy) ... Named to ECU's Director of Athletics Honor Roll in Spring of 2005.
CAREER HIGHS - innings pitched: 3.2 vs. UNC (4/19/05); strikeouts: 3 vs. UNC (4/19/05).