Date of Birth: 06/09/1999
Height: 6' 4" Weight: 220 lbs
College Experience: Monmouth University
Hometown: Newark, Del.
2019 (Sophomore): Pitched in 19 games, starting three… Led Hawks with six saves… Fanned 36 in 31.2 innings… Finished season with 5.12 ERA and 1-3 record… Tossed two shutout innings at Rutgers (3/13)… Picked up the save with six strikeout performance at George Mason (3/17)… Earned save vs. Wagner with three effective innings (3/24)… Completed five consecutive shutout outings from 4/3-4-17… Threw 1.1 innings at Canisius, not allowing a run to pick up save (5/5). 2018 (Freshman): Played in 28 games, starting 23 on the infield… Named MAAC Rookie of the Week on 3/13… Also pitched in 13 games, starting one… Finished with a .258 batting average and 16 RBI’s to go along with seven doubles… On the mound, was 2-1 with a 3.13 ERA and 21 K’s in 23 innings…Had two hits against Penn State (2/24)… Went 2-for-5 with two RBI’s vs. UMBC (2/25)… Had a seven-game hitting streak with five multi-hit games from 2/24-3/10… Drove in three runs at George Washington (3/4)… Added four RBI’s in 3-for-6 outing, scoring twice and doubling at Delaware (3/9)… Went 2-for-4 with two RBI’s against Marist (3/24)… Had two hits and drove in two runs at Princeton (4/7)... Made collegiate debut on the mound at Dallas Baptist, fanning four and allowing just one hit and no runs in two innings (2/18)… First five outings were shutouts, including 1.2 innings at Delaware (3/11)… Threw two shutout frames vs. Penn (4/10). HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years as Appoquinimink for Coach Billy Cunningham… Named 2017 Delaware Gatorade Player of the Year… Two-time Blue Hen Conference Player of the Year… Second Team All-State as a pitcher and first baseman… Earned a spot in two straight Carpenter Cups… As a sophomore, Steckline was the winning pitcher in the Delaware state championship game, and was an honorable mention all-conference choice… In 2016, he pitched to a 2.10 ERA, fanning 41 in 40 innings. PERSONAL: Son of Chris and Andrea Steckline… Major is political science.