Was used a team-high 30 times as both a lefty specialist and long reliever, compiling a 2-2 overall record with a 4.19 ERA in 34.1 innings pitched.
He struck out 31 batters in 34.1 innings and allowed just 16 runs despite being the most-used pitcher in the SEC in 2013 (19 appearances in 30 SEC games).
Had a 3.96 ERA in SEC games, compiling 21.1 innings with 11 strikeouts.
Earned his first win of the season in a career-long 3.2 innings pitched against Florida (4/21), allowing just two hits and a wind-aided homer while striking out one in an 8-2 victory.
Earned another win in the second game of the Kentucky series (5/17) as we went 0.2 innings, allowing no hits and striking out one.
Led all lefties on the Tiger staff with a 3.44 ERA and eight saves while compiling a 2-3 record in 34 appearances.
Struck out 32 batters against just 14 walks in 34.0 innings pitched.
Earned a pair of saves in three appearances at Auburn, allowing just three baserunners in those three appearances and no earned runs.
Posted his eight saves in a span of 13 appearances before settling in as the team's lefty specialist for the rest of the season.
Gave up an earned run in just seven of his 34 appearances last season and surrendered more than one earned run in just three of those 34 games.
Went eight straight games in the month of May without giving up an earned run.
Had a 2.90 ERA and struck out 39 batters in 36.4 innings pitched during his senior season at Plano (Texas) West Senior High School
Team won the Texas Class 5A State Championship in 2008 and was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Baseball America
Also played on the Plano West football team
Was a member of the National Honors Society of High School Scholars.
Full named is William Jake Walsh.
Born Jan. 1, 1991, in San Francisco, Calif.
Son of Kevin and Maureen Walsh.
Is majoring in business while at Mizzou.
Brother, Logan, played football for Ole Miss.