• ASUN Pitcher of the Week (2/26/18)
• NCAA Player of the Week (2/26/18)
• Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Player of the Week (2/26/18)
• USA Baseball Player of the Week (2/26/18)
• ASUN Pitcher of the Week (3/12/18)
• ASUN Pitcher of the Week (4/16/18)
• ASUN All-Academic Team (2018)
• ASUN All-Tournament Team (2018)
• Selected to USA Baseball Collegiate National Team (2018)
• Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Pre-Season All-America Second Team (2019)
• Perfect Game Pre-Season All-America Second Team (2019)
Summer (2018): After making two appearances in relief for the Collegiate National Team, without allowing a ru in 3.1 innings of work, Senger pitched in five games for the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Collegiate League ... He posted a 2-2 record in four starts for the Firebirds, including the first eight innings of a combined no-hitter against Brewster on July 15 ... Struck out eight while allowing just one walk in that game ... Had a total of 19 strikeouts in 20.1 innings of work for the Firebirds.
Sophomore (2018): Helped launch the hashtag #SengerSunday with his exploits during the year ... He season has included nine wins, four complete games, three shutouts, a no-hitter and a shutout in the conference championship game ... He did that while holding opposing hitters to a .196 average and posting 114 strikeouts ... His season has included a 3-1 mark in ASUN play with a 3.82 ERA ... Has a 4-0 record during the Hatters’ 18-game win streak with a 2.45 ERA ... Ranked eighth in nation in complete games (4), 62nd in ERA (2.51), 34th in fewest hits allowed per 9 innings (6.36), 31st in strikeouts and 38th in WHIP (1.01) ... Attracted the focus of the college baseball world after his second start, a no-hitter against George Washington (2/25) ... Earned a spot on SportsCenter’s Top 10 list and was among the top four performances of the week by USA Baseball ... In addition to earning ASUN Pitcher of the Week honors, he was named Player of the Week by the NCAA and as one of the Players of the Week by Collegiate Baseball newspaper ... He became the 22nd Stetson pitcher to earn ASUN Pitcher of the Week honors, including the 4th on the 2018 staff ... Struck out a career-high 16 and faced just two batters over the minimum thanks to a caught stealing ... He walked one and hit two while throwing 109 pitches in his gem ... The no-hitter was the fifth in Stetson history and the first since 1986 ... Previous no-hitters in Stetson history were by Bill Rhoden against Yale (3/20/1970), John Colvard against Ohio State (3/17/1973), Jim Fry against Cornell (3/21/1980) and Chris Byrnes against Rider (3/31/1986) ... It was the first no-hit performance by an ASUN player since Lipscomb’s Brandon McClurg pulled it off against Kennesaw State on March 29, 2008 ... Earned his second ASUN Pitcher of the Week award by throwing seven one-hit innings against Richmond (3/11) with 11 strikeouts ... Took a loss at Maryland (3/25) despite throwing a complete game, allowing just one earned run on five hits with 10 strikeouts ... Went 9.0 innings against Kennesaw State (4/8), allowing two runs with two-out in the ninth inning to force extra innings ... Turned in another gem against Lipscomb (4/15) to earn his third ASUN Pitcher of the Week for the year ... Shutout the Bisons on five hits with 13 strikeouts and no walks ... Capped the 2018 ASUN Tournament with a three-hit shutout of North Florida (5/26) in the tournament championship game ... Worked 3.0 shutout innings of relief against Hartford (6/1) in the DeLand Regional opener, earning his ninth win of the season ... Turned in a strong performance in relief against North Carolina in the second game of the Super Regional (6/9), holding the Tar Heels to one run on five hits over 5.1 innings of work with four strikeouts to give the Hatters a chance to rally late in the game.
Summer (2017): Saw action in 12 games on the mound for the Ocean State Waves in the Northeast Collegiate League where he was teammates with fellow Hatters Ben Onyshko and Ryan Stark ... Finished with an 0-1 record and a 4.90 ERA in 18.1 innings of work with 14 strikeouts.
Freshman (2017): Pitched in 14 games during his rookie campaign, with all but one of those coming in relief ... Finished the season with an 0-2 record and an 8.15 ERA ... Took a loss in his only start despite not allowing a hit over 3.1 innings of work against Seton Hall (Mar. 8) ... Surrendered two runs thanks to three walks and a wild pitch ... Best outing came in his collegiate debut when he worked 2.1 shutout innings against Southern Illinois (Feb. 19), allowing two hits.
High School: Attended Boca Raton Community High School, in Boca Raton, Fla. ... Was a four year member of the baseball team as a pitcher, under head coach Scott Morrison ... Had a 10-1 pitching record with a 0.88 ERA in 2015 ... Pitched 62 2/3 innings that season ... Went 4-2 with a 1.38 ERA in 2014 ... Was named a first team All-County in 2015 ... Was an All-District team selection in 2015 ... Named a Max Preps Junior All-American in 2015 ... Was named to the All-District second team in 2014.
Personal: Full name is Mitchell Peyton Senger ... Was born on Jan. 13, 1998 ... Is the son of Suzanne Senger ... Has a twin brother, Dalton (19) ... His brother was on the baseball team at University of North Florida ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Earned Presidential Award in high school for academic excellence ... Volunteered as a soccer referee ... Was a high school teammate of current Stetson team member Mike Spooner ... Favorite hobby is playing football ... Considered Jacksonville University before deciding on Stetson ... Is a Sport Business major.
Innings pitched: 9.0, four times (last vs North Florida; May 26, 2018)
Runs allowed: 7, at NJIT (April 22, 2018)
Earned runs: 6, at NJIT (April 22, 2018)
Walks allowed: 4, twice (last vs Rhode Island; March 18, 2018)
Strikeouts: 16, vs George Washington (February 25, 2018)
Hits allowed: 10, at Kennesaw State (April 8, 2018)
Doubles allowed: 2, at NJIT (April 22, 2018)
Triples allowed: none
Home runs allowed: 2, at NJIT (April 22, 2018)
Wild pitches: 1, eight times (last vs North Florida; May 26, 2018)
Hit batters: 2, vs George Washington (February 25, 2018)