2006: Redshirted ... 2005: Started five games for the Pirates before having season ending surgery (Tommy John) ... Posted a 2-1 record with a 3.67 earned run average ... Worked a total of 27 innings, allowing 24 hits, 11 runs while striking out 21 and walking 11 ... Best outing came against Georgia (3/6) in the Keith LeClair Classic throwing 7.1 innings of shutout ball, allowing two hits while striking out a season-high seven batters ... Followed first Pirate win (Georgia 3/6) with a five inning scoreless performance combining with fellow teammates Chris Powell and Billy Richardson on a 14-0 shutout against Navy (3/13) ... Held opposing hitters to a .242 average ... Made one appearance in Conference USA play against Tulane (3/20) throwing 3.2 innings of work, allowing seven hits and four runs while striking out two ... In non-league games, posted a team-best 3.09 ERA with a 2-1 record ... At Clark-LeClair Stadium was untouchable allowing just four hits while fanning 14 in 12.1 innings of work ... Posted a 2-0 record with a 0.00 ERA in two games at home ... Top month of the season came in March (1.69 ERA in three games and 16 innings) ... Junior College: Enjoyed strong two-year junior college career at Louisburg College under current Pirate skipper Billy Godwin ... Earned Hurricanes' "Pitcher's Award" and was selected to the all-region squad ... Top effort of career was fanning 15 during a complete-game no-hitter in 2004 ... High School: Won four letters as a pitcher and first baseman for coach Sam Hart at Patrick Henry High School ... Helped lead Patriots to a runner-up state finish during sophomore campaign ... A two-year all-district and all-region choice ... Named "Metro Pitcher-of-the-Year" as a sophomore ... Personal: Full name is Jeffrey Warren Ostrander ... Nickname: "O" ... Born February 23, 1984 in Richmond, Va. ... Son of Jeff and Gwen Ostrander ... Has a younger brother (Josh) ... Intended major is communications.
CAREER HIGHS - innings pitched: 7.1 vs. Georgia (3/6/05); strikeouts: 7 (twice, last vs. Navy 3/13/05).