|Height / Weight:|
5-10 / 175
|Bats / Throws::|
Left / Left
2006: Started the season by not allowing a run in 18 innings ... Finished the year with 1-1 ledger and team best 2.56 ERA in 31.2 innings ... Made 16 appearances, 15 in relief ... Had a 0.00 ERA in five appearances (4.2 innings) in SEC regular season play ... Gave up a run on two hits in an inning of work against Ole Miss (5/28) in the SEC championship game ... Gave up a run on three hits in 1.2 innings against Middle Tennessee (5/16) ... Gave up two runs on two hits in two innings of relief vs. Lipscomb (5/10) ... Made two relief appearances in the Kentucky series, recording one out and not allowing a run ... Gave up two unearned runs on two hits in 2.1 innings in second game of doubleheader against Alabama (4/22) ... Allowed three runs, two earned in an inning of relief against Middle Tennessee (4/18) ... Recorded an out against Georgia (4/16) ... Gave up a run on one hit against Lipscomb (4/12) ... Picked up the win with two scoreless innings against Austin Peay (4/5) ... Did not allow a run in 1.2 innings against Florida (4/1) ... Started and took the loss against Western Kentucky (3/28). Gave up four runs, two earned, in 3.1 innings with one strikeout and two walks ... Threw two innings of two-hit scoreless relief against Belmont (3/22), and struck out four ... Was one of nine pitchers to contribute to Vanderbilt's school record of 38.2 consecutive scoreless innings (span of five games from 3/18-3/25) ... Pitched two innings of scoreless relief against Brown (3/11) ... Struck out five with three walks in five innings of scoreless relief against Creighton (3/7) ... Struck out a career-high eight batters in first appearance of the year against Murray State (2/28). Went five innings in that outing and did not allow a walk ... Played for the Orleans Cardinals of the Cape Cod League for part of the summer. Was 0-0 with a 2.70 ERA in five appearances. Gave up three runs, one earned on one hit.
2005: Saw limited action with three innings of work in four games ... Struck out three batters while allowing five hits and three earned runs ... First collegiate outing was an inning of one-hit scoreless relief work against Lipscomb (3/2) ... Helped lead Stark County Terriers (Great Lakes League) to league tournament championship ... Went 7-2 with a 2.08 ERA and had 53 strikeouts in 56.1 innings ... Was a Great Lakes League All-Star and first team all-league.
High School: A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter for coach Doug Banks at Clearwater HS...Went 6-4 with a 2.64 ERA, 89 strikeouts in 67 innings pitched... Named Team MVP as a senior... Earned honorable mention All-State and honorable mention All-Suncoast accolades as a senior...Helped lead the Tornadoes to a 19-14 record and the 2001 4A District 3 Championship and the Florida State semifinals - their first appearance in six years...In 2002, Clearwater went 15-14 and reached the Regional semifinals.
Personal: Cameron Francis Betourne... A communications major ... Born 5/7/85 in Clearwater, Fla... Son of Kevin and Judy Betourne... Has one brother (Chris) and two sisters (Kara and Katie)... Nickname is "Killa" ... Favorite athlete is Tom Glavine ...Favorites include: Hockey, South Park, Phil Collins, Johnny Depp, the movie Miracle ... Dinner guest (living or dead) he would like to have: J.K. Rowling ... Lists Roger Clemens as the greatest baseball player of all time.