24 John Healy
24 John Healy
Height: 6-4
Weight: 195
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Cranston, R.I.
High School: Cranston East
Position: P
B/T: R/L

2010: Named to the Northeast-10 All-Conference Third Team ... appeared in 12 games as a pitcher with 10 starts and 3 complete games ... led the Hawks on the mound, going 6-4 with a 1.72 ERA and a save in 78.1 innings pitched ... his 1.72 earned run average led all Division II sophomores in the nation ... opponents hit just .220 against him ... pitched his first career complete-game shutout on 4/20 against Southern N.H, allowing 7 hits while striking out 5 in the 3-0 victory ... struck out a team-high 10 batters on 3/1 in a complete game against Saint Leo ... second all-time for the Hawks in single-season ERA and wins, sixth in innings pitched and strikeouts (57), and eighth in opponent's batting average ... at the end of this season, he was second all-time on the Hawks in career ERA (2.85) and batting average against (.235), sixth in wins (9), and 10th in strikeouts (93) ... ninth in the nation in ERA ... third in the NE-10 in innings pitched and starts ... fifth in ERA and wins ... was a member of the Laconia Muskrats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL), as well as the 2010 Cape Cod Baseball League Champion Cotuit Kettleers, under the leadership of head coach Mike Roberts.

2009: Appeared in 12 games as a pitcher with 8 starts ... second on the team in strikeouts with 36 ... had a 3-5 overall record with a 4.56 ERA and 1 save ... went eight innings and gave up just 1 earned run with 6 strikeouts in his second career start on March 22, 2009 against Pace.

Prior to Saint Anselm: Four-year member of both the hockey and baseball teams ... National Honor Society member ... Spanish National Honor Society member ... winner of the Leo Costiglioni Scholarship Award ... lettered in baseball and hockey.

Personal: Son of Michael and Frances ... brother of Stephen and Meaghan ... Grew ... majoring in accounting ... aspires to be an accountant or an agent ... enjoys golf, traveling, music, and Scrabble.