2009 (Sophomore): Hit above .370 for the second-straight year, going .375 with a double, triple and homer...Drove in seven and scored five runs...On the mound, went 1-1 with an 8.16 ERA in two starts and 19 appearances...Struck out 29 in 43.0 innings of work...Grabbed first collegiate save by pitching the final 4.0 innings vs. VCU (Feb. 20), striking out three and not walking a batter...Had a base hit as the DH vs. VCU (Feb. 23)...Struck out two in 2.2 relief innings at LSU (Feb. 27)...Made his first start in the outfield at FIU (March 4), promptly going 2-for-3 with a walk and run scored...Crushed a homer in a two-hit affair vs. Monmouth (March 6)...Posted a pair of hits and a run vs. Monmouth (March 8)...Tripled in a run at USF (March 10)...Brought in three runs on two hits including a double vs. Hartford (March 15)...Tossed a scoreless inning at ECU (March 22)...Singled and drove in one on a sac fly at JU (March 25)...Hurled a perfect sixth inning vs. UNF (April 1)...Did not allow an earned run in an inning against Stetson (April 21)...Came through with a victory vs. USF (April 28) in his first collegiate start, going 6.2 innings with just one walk and seven strikeouts, including sitting down five-straight on strikes at one point...Worked 3.0 innings in a start with a strikeout vs. Stetson (May 6)...Entered from the pen and pitched 1.1 scoreless frames with a strikeout at Stetson (May 12).
2008 (Freshman): Served as a two-way player in first year at UCF...Went 1-0 on the hill with a 6.83 ERA in 11 appearances...In 29.0 innings, struck out 31 batters...Posted a 4.70 ERA in C-USA outings...With the stick, batted .372 in 23 games and nine starts, five at first base and four as the DH...Drove in 12 runs with two doubles and two homers...Hit .458 in league games...In first collegiate at-bat, registered a double and came around to score vs. FAMU (Feb. 22)...Drove in a run and scored a run as the DH vs. FAMU (Feb. 23)...Pitched a perfect ninth innings with one strikeout vs. FAMU (Feb. 24)...Struck out a pair in 2.0 innings vs. CMU (March 2)...Picked up five strikeouts and did not walk a batter in 2.2 innings vs. Monmouth (March 9)...Had four strikeouts in 3.1 innings of relief vs. Siena (March 15 G1)...Added four strikeouts in 3.2 innings from the pen at Southern Miss (March 21)...Worked 3.0 innings without giving up a run with three strikes out and just one hit vs. UNF (March 25)...Made first start at first base at Houston (April 6) and proceeded to go 3-for-4 with four RBI, two runs scored and first collegiate homer, a two-run shot in the fifth inning...Busted out for four hits, three RBI, a double and a run scored vs. Memphis (April 11)...Crushed a three-run homer in a 3-for-5 affair with four RBI and two runs scored vs. Memphis (April 13)...Struck out four with just one earned run against in 4.1 relief innings at Marshall (April 19)...Dominated Rice (April 26), hurling 4.0 scoreless innings of relief with five strikeouts while allowing just two hits...In the game vs. the Owls, retired nine-straight batters at one point.
Prior to UCF: Competed for Sarasota High School and head coach Clyde Metcalf...Was a first-team all-state selection as a senior and an EA Sports Second Team All-American...Helped guide the Sailors to the 2007 6A state championship title...Went 10-1 on the mound with an ERA under 0.80, including getting the win in the state semifinal against Miami Palmetto...Also had a RBI triple and scored a run in the 2-0 semifinal victory...Finished senior year with a batting average over .400 and five home runs...Hit .387 with seven homers and 31 RBI as a junior, en route to being named to the all-state third team...Lifted Sarasota to the 2006 6A state finals by clubbing a two-run homer in a semifinal win vs. DeLand.
Personal: Born in Sarasota, Fla....Son of Kurt Bultema and Betsy Stobbs-Bultema...Father played football for Grand Valley State (Mich.)...Grandfather, Chuck Stobbs, pitched 15 years in the major leagues for Boston, Chicago (AL), Washington, St. Louis and Minnesota, and gave up a 565-foot homer to Mickey Mantle which was the longest measured in MLB history...Majoring in criminal justice.