Career Game Highs Innings Pitched: 8.0, 3/3 vs. Rhode Island G2
Strikeouts: 6, 3/3 vs. Rhode Island G2
Hits Allowed: 5, 3/10 vs. San Diego
Walks Allowed: 4, 3/3 vs. Rhode Island G2
Runs Allowed: *3, last 4/8 at Mississippi State
COACH CORBIN QUOTE: Vergie was a nice surprise for us at the end of the fall after resting his arm for early portion of it. He comes to us from a very successful junior college program in Texas. He made very nice strength gains during the fall and was the Omaha Challenge winner for the pitchers. He throws a very heavy ball with a quality breaking pitch. If he gets back to full strength, Drew has a chance to be very good.
2012 - Pinned with the loss despite four-plus solid innings out of the bullpen allowing two runs on five hits in loss at NC State 6/3... Allowed one run on two hits in one inning against NC State 6/2... Scattered three hits over 1.2 scoreless innings in loss to Mississippi State 5/27 in SEC Championship game... Threw one pitch to record his second save of the season recording the final out against Florida 5/26... Gave up one run on five hits over 5.1 innings in SEC Tournament opening win over Georgia 5/22... Pitched one inning allowing one run on two hits and one walk in win over Ole Miss 5/19... Picked up his fifth win throwing just seven pitches against Ole Miss 5/18... Gave up one run on two hits over two-plus innings at LSU 5/12... Pitched 3.2 innings allowing one run and striking out three against Louisville 5/8... Turned four-plus solid innings at Tennessee 5/5 allowing two runs. one earned, on three hits and three walks... Notched his first career save recording the final two outs against Kentucky 4/28... Retired the only batter he faced against Kentucky 4/27 stranding a runner... Struggled at MTSU 4/25 giving up two runs on five hits over 1.2 innings... Picked up his fourth win working 1.1 scoreless innings of relief at Alabama 4/22... Allowed two hits over 1.1 innings at Alabama 4/21... Tagged for two runs, one earned, in 1.1 innings against Auburn 4/14... Started for the first time in three weeks allowing three runs on three hits over 3.1 innings of a no decision at Mississippi State 4/8... Gave up two runs on three hits in two innings of relief at Mississippi State 4/6... Worked 4.2 shutout innings of relief against South Carolina 4/1 striking out three and allowing only one hit... Earned his team-leading third win with 2.2 innings out of the pen against Georgia 3/25 allowing one run on four hits and three walks... Tossed 3.2 scoreless innings of relief against Georgia 3/23, first relief appearance since Stanford series... Gave up three runs, two earned, on three hits over 4.1 innings in taking loss at Florida 3/17... Pinned with loss after giving up two runs on five hits over 4.2 innings against San Diego 3/10... Twirled eight scoreless innings allowing only one hit and fanning six in victory over Rhode Island 3/3 G2... Lasted just 1.2 innings in his start against Oregon 2/26, allowing three runs on three hits... Started for the first time as a Commodore, earning the win with three solid innings against Oakland 2/22... Made his Vanderbilt debut at Stanford 2/19 giving up two runs on three hits in one inning of work.
NAVARRO COLLEGE - Team won Junior College World Series in his lone season with Navarro after he transferred from Oklahoma. Played one year for the Sooners before transferring.
HIGH SCHOOL - First team All-District as a junior and senior at Rockwall Heath... Lettered three years in baseball.
ACADEMICS - He is majoring in Human & Organizational Development.
PERSONAL - Drew Edward VerHagen... Born 10/22/90... Son of Glen and Margie VerHagen... Has two siblings, Derek and Sarah... Nickname is Vergie... Favorites include Daniel Bard (pitcher), Josh Hamilton (hitter), Texas Rangers (baseball team), college football (other sport), Swamp People, Family Guy (TV shows), Buffalo wings (meal)... Would choose Vince Vaughn to play him in a movie about his life... Roommates with Will Clinard and Spencer Navin... Chose Vanderbilt to play for a team that has a chance of going to Omaha every year, to be coached by some of the best coaches in the country and receive a degree from one of the best schools in the country.