Georgia Tech baseball had a number of Jackets compete this summer in a number of summer league across the nation
The Alaska Baseball League is the perfect spot for relievers Micah Carpenter & Robert Winborne
Georgia Tech baseball's Micah Carpenter, Trevor Craport, Kel Johnson and Coleman Poje were all named to the 2017 All-ACC Academic Baseball Team
Georgia Tech baseball will have a number of guys playing across the nation this summer
Georgia Tech baseball finished the 2017 season at 27-28 overall
2017 All-ACC Academic Team
2016-17 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2015-16 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2017 (Sophomore): Pitched in 24 games out of the bullpen for the Jackets on the season … Posted a team-low 2.56 ERA over 31.2 innings of relief work … Struck out 28 batters … Held opponents to a .244 batting average on the year … Went 0-3 on the season … Recorded a season-high four strikeouts in the second game of the doubleheader at Virginia Tech (April 21) … Threw a season-high 3.2 innings out of the bullpen in game two versus No. 8 Virginia (May 19) … Did not allow a run over his first five appearances – 1.2 innings versus Western Michigan (Feb. 19), 1.0 innings at Georgia Southern (Feb. 21), 2.0 innings against Youngstown State (Feb. 25) and a combined 2.2 innings in two outings versus Belmont (Mar. 4 & 5) … Worked 0.2 scoreless innings at Wake Forest (Mar. 25) and at home versus No. 2 Louisville (April 14) … Posted one scoreless inning of relief work at Mercer (Mar. 28), versus No. 5 Clemson (April 2), at Georgia (April 11), at Georgia State (April 19) and at home versus UGA (April 25) … Struck out four in 3.1 scoreless innings out of the bullpen at Virginia Tech (April 21) … Also pitched 3.2 scoreless innings at home against No. 8 Virginia (May 19) … Allowed one unearned run and one hit in an inning of work out of the bullpen versus No. 12 Wake Forest (May 25) at the 2017 ACC Baseball Championship … Earned a spot on the 2017 All-ACC Academic Team.
2016 (Freshman): Appeared 21 times, making one start as a rookie for the Yellow Jackets ... Was 2-0 with a 7.52 ERA in 26.1 innings on the season ... Made his collegiate debut on Feb. 21 vs. VCU, allowing one hit in a scoreless inning ... Struck out a season-high four batters in 2.0 scoreless innings at Georgia Southern on Feb. 24 ... Earned his first career win on March 20 vs. Virginia Tech after striking out three batters in 2.0 scoreless innings ... Posted his second win of the season on April 1 vs. Duke, pitching a scoreless frame ... Made his first career start on April 19 vs. Mercer, allowing four runs on four hits and five walks in 2.1 innings ... Made his postseason debut on May 25 vs. Miami at the ACC Championship Tournament, giving up one run on two hits in 1.0 inning ... Pitched a scoreless inning of relief on June 5 at Florida.
Before Tech: Four-year letterwinner at Jefferson High School under head coach Tommy Knight ... Led his team to a 28-8 record and the 2015 GHSA 8-AAA state title game his senior year, posting a 1.52 ERA with 78 strikeouts ... Received first-team All-Region 8-AAA honors and was named the 2015 Co-Baseball Player of the Year by Athens Banner-Herald ... Was a starting cornerback on Jefferson's 2012 state championship football team.
Personal: Full name is Justin Micah Carpenter, but goes by Micah ... Born Aug. 2, 1996 in Hull, Ga. ... Son of Jim and Lisa Carpenter ... Has two siblings, MacLean and Mackenzie ... Chose to attend Tech because of a great education, the baseball program and its proximity to home ... Majoring in business administration.