2011 Pitched in 11 games, making eight starts for the Bobcats... Threw 57.2 innings while recording a 1-5 record with a 4.53 ERA... Allowed 29 earned runs on 59 hits... Recorded 42 strikeouts while only allowing 28 walks... Held opponents to a .269 batting average... Ranked second on the Bobcats for stater ERA and opponent batting average and third for starts, win-loss percentage, innings pitched and strikeouts... Recorded his only win of the season against Marshall on March 13 by allowing only one earned run over nine innings... Recorded a season-high nine strikeouts over nine innings in an extra-innings win over Milwaukee on March 20.
2010: Recorded the team's lowest earned run average with 4.76...Gave up 31 earned runs in 58.2 innings, the fewest earned runs in the third-most innings...Faced batters in 12 games, started 10...Pitched to a 3-5 record, the third-most wins on the team...Struck out 54 batters, the most for Ohio while walking 22...Finished with the lowest opponent's batting average with .283...Earned a win-loss percentage of .375, third-best for the Bobcats...Allowed the fewest hits (69) and runs (47) for Ohio...His first win of the season came in a start against Western Michigan, when he pitched 6 innings, gave up 1 earned run on 3 hits and struck out 4...Had his best outing against Akron on May 14 when he pitched a complete game, giving up no earned runs on 5 hits and 7 strikeouts.
2009: Redshirted while recovering from off-season surgery.
2008: Named the Great Lakes Region Performer of the Week by InsidePitching.com and the Mid-American Conference East Pitcher of the Week March 18 for his complete-game, three-hit shutout win March 16 versus Purdue ... Appeared in eight games, while starting seven, before having his season cut short due to injury ... Pitched 43.2 innings with an ERA of 4.53, ranking third on the team for pitchers with more than five appearances ... Went 2-2, while allowing 44 hits and 22 earned runs ... Racked up 35 strikeouts, while allowing just 13 walks ... Held opponents to a batting average of just .257 ... March 9 at UNC Greensboro pitched 7.2 innings, allowed two runs and struck out four batters ... Earned his other win April 6 at Toledo, pitching 6.0 innings, allowing just two earned runs, while striking out six batters for the second time on the season ... Struck out at least four batters in six of his seven starts.
High School: Prior to his senior season was named to the Louisville Slugger Preseason High School All-America Second Team as a multi-position player (pitcher-shortstop) ... Played for head coach Rich Arbinger at Roy C. Start H.S. ... Named all-city all four years ... Selected all-district three seasons ... Participant in the All-Ohio Mizuno Series.
Personal: A health services administration major ... Son of Steve and Mary Moulton ... Nickname is Boomer, as he was born on Jan. 22, 1989, Super Bowl Sunday, when Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Boomer Esiason faced the San Francisco 49ers.