Georgia Tech baseball had a number of Jackets compete this summer in a number of summer league across the nation
Georgia Tech baseball will have a number of guys playing across the nation this summer
No. 17 Yellow Jackets improved to 6-0 with the win on Saturday at home
2017 (Freshman): Made seven appearances on the mound for the Jackets out of the bullpen … Missed part of the season due to an injury … Went 0-0 with a 4.82 ERA … Struck out seven batters over 9.1 innings of relief work … Held opponents to a .206 batting average on the season … Made his collegiate debut with a scoreless inning in the win over Youngstown State (Feb. 28) … Also recorded 1.0 scoreless innings of work at Miami (Mar. 12) and versus No. 5 Clemson (Mar. 31) … Threw 0.2 scoreless innings versus No. 8 Virginia (May 19) … Struck out two batters in 2.0 innings in the home win over Georgia State (Feb. 28) and in 1.2 innings of work at Wake Forest (Mar. 25).
Before Tech: Lettered in baseball under head coach Brian Krehmeyer at the Wesleyan School in Peachtree Corners, Ga. … A 2016 Perfect Game Southeast Region Honorable Mention honoree … Also a 2015 PG Underclass Honorable Mention All-American … Named to the 2016 All-State (AA) First Team … Also a 2016 Georgia Dugout Club selection … Helped pitch his team to the 2015 Georgia High School State Championship title as a junior … Led his team back to the state championship game in 2016 as a senior, finishing as the state runner-up … Also was a two-year letterwinner in water polo as the goalie … Also played for the East Cobb Yankees in 2015 and 2016 … Recorded a 13 strikeout game at the Team USA Championships in the summer of 2015 … A member of the East Cobb teams that won the 2016 Connie Mack World Series Championship and the WWBA National Championships … A member of both the Dean’s List and the honor roll.
Personal: Full name is Andrew Glenn Archer, but goes by Andy … Born on Jan. 30, 1998 in Atlanta, Ga. … Son of Glenn and Jill Archer … Has a younger sibling, Whitney … Both of his parents, as well as his grandfathers, Jim Archer and Milton Stewart, graduated from Georgia Tech … Enjoys fishing and riding his moped … Lists going on a mission trip to Nicaragua has his most memorable non-athletic accomplishment … Chose Tech because it is close to home, it is a great school and the coaching staff … Intends to major in business administration.