Darton State College
Jeremy Beasley’s Career Stats at Darton
January 30- In his first outing and start of his sophomore season Jeremy faced 13 batters in three innings of scoreless ball. He allowed three hits and an unearned run. Beasley struck out three batters and walked one against Gulf Coast Community College of Panama City, Florida. The nine inning game went 11 innings with Darton winning 3-2. It was the only win of the weekend for the Cavaliers who went 1-3 in Panama City.
February 6- Jeremy won the first game of his sophomore season pitching four innings in a start against Wallace State Community College from Dothan, Alabama. Jeremy pitched four innings and faced 14 batters in a 9-1 home win. He allowed two hits and struck out five batters, walked one and hit one.
Through two starts Beasley has pitched seven scoreless innings allowing five hits with eight strikeouts and two walks. He has faced 27 batters and is 1-0.
February 13- Jeremy started and pitched five innings at against San Jacinto College- North (Texas). He allowed six hits and two earned runs while striking out five batters and walking one. Jeremy allowed single runs in the third and fifth which means he opened up the season throwing nine scoreless innings before giving up an earned run. Beasley left the game with Darton leading 3-2. However, San Jacinto rallied and won the game 8-4.
Through three starts Beasley has pitched 12 innings allowing 10 hits and two earned runs with 13 strikeouts and three walks. He is 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA. He leads the GCAA in strikeouts and ERA.
February 20- Darton was piecing the pitching together in action at Central Alabama Community College. So Jeremy started and only threw two innings. He faced eight batters and allowed one hit and one walk with a strikeout in two scoreless frames. Central won the seven inning game 3-2.
Through four starts Beasley has pitched 14 innings allowing 11 hits and two earned runs with 14 strikouts and four walks. He is 1-0 with a 1.29 ERA. He leads the GCAA in ERA by almost a full run.
February 27- Jeremy started and pitched four innings at Chipola College (Florida). He allowed six hits and six runs of which three were earned. He yielded one home run with two strikeouts and three walks in Darton’s 8-0 loss.
In five starts Jeremy has thrown 18 innings allowing 17 hits and five earned runs with 16 strikeouts and seven walks. He is 1-1 with a 2.50 ERA.
March 5- Jeremy pitched five innings and was the winning pitcher in a 7-4 victory at Tallahassee Community College. Jeremy pitched the first four scoreless and then TCC scored four in the bottom of the fifth to tie the game. Beasley allowed six hits and four earned runs and he struck out two and walked one to improve his record to 2-1.
In six starts Jeremy has thrown 23 innings allowing 23 hits and nine earned runs with 18 strikeouts and eight walks. He is 2-1 with a 3.52 ERA.
March 12- Jeremy started a home game against Northwest Florida State College. Jeremy pitched 6 1/3 innings and allowed six hits and three earned runs with two walks and no strikeouts. Northwest scored single runs in the first and second on sacrifice flies and then a run in the seventh to build up a 3-1 lead and the final was 5-1. Beasley threw 78 pitches and 51 were strikes as he took the loss.
In seven starts Beasley has thrown 29 1/3 innings allowing 29 hits and 12 earned runs with 18 strikeouts and 10 walks. He is 2-2 with a 3.68 ERA.
March 20- Jeremy started and pitched five innings and allowed eight hits, six earned runs with two strikeouts and one walk. Jeremy took the loss as Darton lost to Georgia Highlands 7-5.
In eight starts Beasley has thrown 34 1/3 innings allowing 37 hits and 18 earned runs with 20 strikeouts and 11 walks. He is 2-3 with a 4.24 ERA.
March 30- Jeremy pitched in relief against Andrew College. He entered the game in the ninth with Darton leading 11-4 and he allowed three earned runs, on four hits, in a 1/3 of an inning. Darton held on to an 11-7 win.
April 3- Jeremy started in a road game at Andrew and pitched five innings to claim the win in a 7-4 victory. Jeremy allowed five hits and one earned run with two strikeouts and one walk. Andrew scored single runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings while Jeremy was in the game.
Through 10 outings Beasley is 3-3 with a 4.58 ERA. In 39 1/3 innings he has allowed 46 hits with 23 strikeouts and 12 walks.
April 9- Last season Jeremy pitched a two-hitter at South Georgia and lost 1-0. In a rematch, in Albany, he once again limited South Georgia to two hits while he was pitching only this time Darton scored eight runs in the first inning and 10 in the second in a 21-0 win. Beasley pitched five innings and struck out nine batters and walked only one to improve his record to 4-3.
Through 11 outings Beasley is 4-3 with a 4.06 ERA. In 44 1/3 innings he has allowed 48 hits with 32 strikeouts and 13 walks.
April 16- Jeremy threw his first complete game of the season throwing seven innings in a 4-2 win at Gordon College. Beasley allowed five hits and one earned run and struck out five batters he did not walk a batter.
Through 12 outings Beasley is 5-3 with a 3.68 ERA. In 51 1/3 innings he had allowed 53 hits with 37 strikeouts and 13 walks.
April 23- Jeremy pitched in the second game of a doubleheader at West Georgia Tech. He threw six innings allowing six hits and four earned runs in a 19-5 win. Beasley struck out nine batters and walked one as he improved his record to 6-3. Jeremy has won his last three decisions.
Through 13 outings Beasley is 6-3 with a 3.92 ERA. In 57 1/3 innings he has allowed 59 hits with 46 strikeouts and 14 walks.
April 30- Jeremy pitched a compete game 7 inning two hitter to lead Darton to a 6-0 home win over ABAC. Beasley struck out four batters and walked two and improved his record to 7-3 and he dropped his ERA to 3.50. Jeremy has won his last four straight decisions. Darton, at 18-6, leads the GCAA conference by one game over 17-7 South Georgia.
Through 14 outings Beasley is 7-3 with a 3.50 ERA. In 64 1/3 innings he has allowed 61 hits with 50 strikeouts and 16 walks.
May 7- Since April 9 former Toombs County Bulldog Jeremy Beasley has been on a dominating run through the GCAA. On Saturday May 7 the sophomore right-hander pitched a complete one-hitter- a 7-0 win at East Georgia. During this five-game span Jeremy has gone 5-0 and has thrown 32 innings allowing only 16 hits, four walks and five earned runs with a ERA of just 1.41.
The only East Georgia hit was by Calvin Young, a first pitch, two-out single to left. The only other Bobcat base runner reached on an error in the fourth. Young played on the 2014 Bleckley County team which faced TCHS in the first round of the GHSA State Tournament and coincidentally Jeremy one-hit the Royals in a 7-0 win.
Beasley threw only 80 pitches against East Georgia and struck out eight batters. He induced five grounders and eight fly balls.
Through 15 outings Jeremy is 8-3 with a 3.15 ERA. In 71 1/3 innings he has allowed 62 hits with 58 strikeouts and 16 walks.
May 12- Jeremy started and pitched seven innings in Darton’s 6-1 nine inning regulation game victory over Georgia Highlands in the second round of the GCAA Tournament hosted by the Cavaliers. Beasley allowed six hits and one earned run with seven strikeouts and one walk. Darton beat South Georgia 11-8 and 18-1 to win the tournament and qualify for the NJCAA District Tournament at Darton.
Through 16 outings Jeremy is 9-3 with a 2.99 ERA. In 78 1/3 innings he has allowed 68 hits with 65 strikeouts and 17 walks.
In his last six starts, all victories, has pitched 39 innings and allowed 23 hits and six earned runs for a ERA of 1.39.
May 18- Jeremy was the starting pitcher in Darton’s first game in the EC District Tournament in Albany. Jeremy pitched eight innings and allowed three earned runs on seven hits with four walks and no strikeouts and received a no decision.
Walters State scored a run in the second to tie the game and then after that Beasley kept the high scoring Senators, who hit average a little more than one homer a game, off the scoreboard in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth innings.
John Cable hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the third to give Darton a 3-1 lead. In the top of the ninth Beasley walked the leadoff batter and then he gave up a two-run homer to tie the game at 3.
Walters State scored a run in the top of the tenth and won the game 4-3. Darton bounced back on May 19 and defeated South Georgia 12-1.
Through 17 outings Jeremy is 9-3 with a 3.02 ERA,In 86 1/3 innings he has allowed 75 hits with 65 strikeouts and 21 walks.
In his last seven starts, 6-0 with a no decision, Beasley has pitched 47 innings and allowed 30 hits and nine earned run for a ERA of 1.72.
May 22- On just three days rest, after throwing eight innings, Jeremy was the starting pitcher in the East Central District championship game. He pitched four innings and allowed four runs, three earned in a no decision. Jeremy was lifted from the game with Darton trailing 4-0. The Cavaliers came back and won the game 6-5 by scoring three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning.
Jeremy yielded a solo homer in the first on an 0-2, two out pitch. He threw a three up, three down second with a strikeout and a scoreless fourth. Dyersburg scored three runs in the third, two on a two-run home run. Beasley allowed five hits with three strikeouts and two walks. Toombsnow1 Story
Through 18 outings Jeremy is 9-3 with a 3.19 ERA. In 90 1/3 innings he has allowed 80 hits with 68 strikeouts and 23 walks.
May 28- Jeremy Beasley was the starting pitcher in Darton State’s first ever game of the NJCAA Division 1 World Series in Grand Junction, Colorado. His opposition was Cisco, from Texas, a team with a bunch of big bats. Cisco’s .388 team batting average is the second best in the country and the Wranglers also had a .463 on base and a .632 slugging percentage entering the national tourney. So, this team is a challenge for any starting pitcher. In fact opposing pitchers had a 9.94 ERA against the Wranglers.
Beasley pitched five innings against Cisco and allowed nine earned runs on 10 hits with one strike out and three walks. He left the game with Darton trailing 9-5. Freshman Ryan Nelson is the second best statistical hitter on the team and he hit a two-run triple off the left field fence in the first inning as Cisco built up a 3-0 lead and then in the third he belted a three-run homer over the left field fence- his 16th of the season. Wesley Phillips also hit a solo homer off of Beasley in the fifth. Nelson added a solo shot in the seventh as Cisco held on to a 13-11 win.
On Sunday Darton lost to Delgado 12-2 in five innings eliminating the Cavaliers from the tourney.
Top of the first – Beasley got the first two outs on a fly ball to left and a strikeout and then he yielded a double to right and a single up the middle that made it 1-0 Cisco. He allowed a single and Nelson’s triple off the fence, in left center, that scored two to make it 3-0. He stranded a runner at third on a grounder to short.
Top of the second- Jeremy retired the first batter on a foul pop up to third after a 14 pitch dual, he walked a batter and then induced a grounder to short and a fly ball to left to leave a runner at second base.
Top of the third- Jeremy walked the lead off hitter, allowed a single to left and then he fielded a sacrifice bunt and threw to first for the first out. Nelson hit a three-run homer to left to make it 6-0. Beasley yielded a single and then handled another sacrifice bunt before ending the inning with a grounder to second.
Top of the fourth inning- Cisco started off the inning with a double and an infield hit which put runners on first and third. A ground out to second base put Cisco up 7-4. A walk and a sacrifice fly to right made it 8-4. Jeremy retired Nelson on a 0-2 fastball which was caught in center field.
Top of the fifth– Jeremy got the first two outs on two pitches on a fly ball to left and a ground out to first base. However, Wesley Phillips hit a 1-1 pitch over the left field fence to put Cisco up 9-5. A fly ball to center ended the inning,
In 19 appearances Jeremy pitched 95 1/3 innings and allowed 91 hits with 69 strikeouts and 26 walks. His record was 9-4 with a 3.87 ERA.
Jeremy Beasley’s career stats at Darton
Dartons season ends in Tennessee
The Darton Cavaliers season came to an end in Morristown, Tennessee with a 7-3 loss to Chattanooga State in the NJCAA East Central District Baseball Tournament. Jeremy Beasley was Darton’s starting pitcher and he pitched six innings and allowed five earned runs on 11 hits. He struck out two batters and didn’t walk any. Chattanooga broke open a 2-2 game with a four-run top of the seventh.
The loss dropped Jeremy’s record to 7-4 with two no decisions and one save. Beasley pitched 78 2/3 innings and ended up with a 2.52 ERA. He struck out 49 batters and walked 21 and allowed 72 hits.
Beasley pitches 4 shutout innings in tourney win
The Darton Cavaliers swept through the GCAA Tournament, in Albany, winning three straight games to win the championship. Darton beat South Georgia 19-3 in the championship game and also beat that same team 4-2 in the semifinals. Former Toombs County Bulldog Jeremy Beasley did not pitch in either of those two games.
The Cavaliers opened the GCAA Tournament with a 5-4 win over West Georgia Tech. Beasley entered the game in the bottom of the sixth with Darton leading 5-4 and he pitched four scoreless innings. He allowed a single and a walk in the eighth and stranded runners at first and third with his only strikeout. Those were the only two WGT base runners while he was pitching. Beasley retired the first seven batters he faced and earned a save.
Jeremy’s record is 7 and 3 with one save and a 2.11 ERA in 72 2/3 innings.
|May 1- Beasley pitched the fourth and fifth innings in Darton’s final regualr season game. Jeremy allowed a solo homer and struck out a batter and walked one in the Cavs 9-4 home win over Chipola College from Flordia.
Beasley ends the regular season with a 7-3 record with two no decisions and a 2.23 ERA. In 68 2/3 innings he allowed 60 hits while striking out 46 batters and walking 20. Beasley finished third in the GCAA in wins and ERA.
|April 16- Jeremy took his third loss of the season at ABAC. Darton made five errors in an 8-6 loss. Beasley pitched five innings and allowed eight hits and four earned runs and four unearned runs. He struck out six and walked three. ABAC scored six runs in the third inning.
Beasley is 7-3 with two no decisions and a 2.16 ERA. In 66 2/3 innings he has allowed 59 hits while striking out 45 and walking 19. Jeremy is second in wins in the GCAA with seven and third in ERA.
|April 10- Beasley pitched his second consecutive seven-inning shutout a 12-0 win at Andrew. Jeremy allowed five hits and struck out three and walked one.
Beasley is 7-2 with two no decisions and a 1.75 ERA. In 61 2/3 innings he has allowed 51 hits and 12 earned runs. Jeremy has struck 39 batters and walked 16. He is now first in the GCAA in both wins and ERA and is sixth in strikeouts.
|April 4- Jeremy threw a complete game seven-inning, three hit shutout in Darton’s 7-0 win over Georgia Highlands. He struckout a career-high nine and walked only one. In his last three starts Beasley has pitched 20 innings and allowed 10 hits and two earned runs.
Beasley is 6-2 with two no decisions and a 1.98 ERA. In 54 2/3 innings he has allowed 46 hits and 12 earned runs. Jeremy has struck out 36 batters and walked 15. Beasley is tied for the lead in the GCAA with wins and is second in ERA.
|March 28- For the second straight game Jeremy pitched a complete game and was involved in a one-run game. Beasley threw seven innings and allowed five hits and one earned run with four strikeouts and two walks in Darton’s 3-2 home win over West Georgia Tech. WGT scored a run in the first and one in the fifth. Darton scored the game-winner in the bottom of the seventh.
Beasley’s record is 5-2 with two no decisions and a 2.27 ERA. In 47 2/3 he has allowed 43 hits and 12 earned runs. Jeremy has struck out 27 batters and walked 14.
|March 24- Jeremy was used a reliever for this time in his college career. He entered the game in the bottom of the eight, at West Georgia, with Darton trailing 2-1. Beasley walked one batter and another reached on an error. Nobody scored and then in the top of the ninth Darton scored two runs and won the game 3-2. Jeremy was the winning pitcher improving his record to 4-2|
|March 21- Beasley lost a 1-0 decision at South Georgia. Jeremy was a very efficient pitcher as he battled the South Georgia pitcher who also threw a two-hitter. Beasley allowed a double in the third inning and stranded the runner at third with a slider that induced a swinging strikeout. In the fourth Jeremy walked the leadoff hitter, a lefty, on four pitches and then yielded a single. South Georgia moved the runners up with a bunt and then scored on a sacrifice fly to right. Bealsey ended the inning, with a runner on third, with another slider and swinging strikeout. Beasley struck out three batters and walked only one. Watch Jeremy pitch Video
Beasley’s record is 3-2 with two no decisions and his ERA is 2.50. In 38 2/3 innings he has allowed 38 hits and 11 earend runs with 23 strikeouts and 11 walks.
|March 15- In game one of a scheduled home doubleheader against East Georgia, Jeremy kept the visitors, from Swainsboro, off the scoreboard for the first five inning. He allowed two earned runs in the sixth which put East Georgia up 2-1. Darton tied the game in the bottom of the seventh and won it in extra innings with a run in the ninth. Beasley took a no decision. He allowed four hits with five strikeouts and three walks.
In 32 2/3 innings, Beasley has allowed 36 hits and 10 earned runs with 20 strikeouts and 10 walks. His ERA is 2.67 and his record is 3-1 with two no decisions.
|March 4- Beasley started and pitched six innings allowing seven hits and one earned run with five strikeouts and no walks as Darton beat Gordon 17-2 in Barnesville. Jeremy allowed a solo homer as his record improved to 3-1.
In five starts Beasley has pitched 27 2/3 innings allowing 32 hits with 15 strikeouts and seven walks. His ERA is 2.60 with a 3-1 record
|February 21- Jeremy started and pitched five innings in a 4-3 win at Central Alabama Community College. He allowed only three hits and one earned run with two strikeouts and three walks. Jeremy was not involved in the decision.
In four starts Beasley has pitched 21 2/3 innings allowing 25 hits with 10 strikeouts and seven walks. His ERA is 2.91 and his record is 2-1.
|February 13- Jeremy started and pitched 5 2/3 innings and took his first loss in a 5-2 home defeat to Volunteer State. Beasley allowed 11 hits and four runs of which three were earned. He struck out four and walked two. He yielded a run in the second and the other three in the sixth while facing a total of 29 batters.
In three starts Beasley has pitched 16 2/3 innings, allowing 22 hits, six earned runs with eight strikeouts and four walks. His ERA is 3.24.
|February 7- Jeremy started and improved his record to 2-0 with a 4-2 home win over Wallace Community College out of Dothan. Jeremy pitched six innings and allowed five hits and two earned runs. He struck out two batters and hit two, but did not walk one. He faced 24 batters, allowed one double and induced one double play. In one inning he hit two batters and got out of the frame with a strike out, a grounder to short and a fly ball.
In two starts Beasley has pitched 11 innings, allowed 11 hits and three earned runs with four strikeouts and two walks. His ERA is 2.45. He also has two assists and one put out and has not made an error on defense.
|January 31- In his first collegiate start Beasley started and pitched five innings in an 8-1 win over Tallahassee Community College in a seven inning game played in Panama City, Florida. Jeremy yielded six hits, two walks and one earned run which was scored in the final inning of his start. He faced 21 batters and struck out two. So, Jeremy kept Tallahassee scoreless through the first four innings as Darton built up an 8-0 lead.|
2015-16 Baseball Schedule : Darton
|GAMES||RUNS||BATTING AVERAGE||ON BASE PERCENTAGE||SLUGGING PERCENTAGE||HOME RUNS|
|Fri. 29||at Gulf Coast State College||L, 5-2||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|vs. Tallahassee Community College @ Panama City, Fla.||L, 5-4||Final||Box Score|
|Sat. 30||vs. Tallahassee Community College @ Panama City, Fla.||L, 8-5||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|at Gulf Coast State College||W, 3-2||Final – 11 innings||Box Score|
|Fri. 5||Central Alabama Community College||W, 6-2||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Central Alabama Community College||W, 10-2||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 6||Wallace Community College-Dothan||W, 9-1||Final||Box Score|
|Fri. 12||vs. San Jacinto College-North @ Niceville, FL||NWFS Invitational||L, 7-2||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|at Northwest Florida State College||Niceville, FL||L, 10-8||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 13||at San Jacinto College-North||NWFS Invitational||L, 8-4||Final – 9 innings||Box Score|
|at Northwest Florida State College||Niceville, FL||L, 5-1||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 20||at Central Alabama Community College||L, 3-2||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|at Central Alabama Community College||W, 9-1||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Mon. 22||at Wallace Community College-Dothan||W, 7-4||Final||Box Score|
|Fri. 26||Gulf Coast State College||W, 5-4||Final – 10 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 27||at Chipola College||L, 8-0||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|at Chipola College||W, 6-3||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Wed. 2||Chipola College||W, 13-10||Final||Box Score|
|Thu. 3||at Tallahassee Community College||L, 10-5||Final||Video | Box Score|
|Fri. 4||Lake Michigan College||W, 14-4||Final – 8 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 5||Tallahassee Community College||W, 7-4||Final||Box Score|
|Fri. 11||Northwest Florida State College||Albany, GA||W, 2-1||Final||Box Score|
|Sat. 12||Northwest Florida State College||Albany, GA||L, 5-1||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Northwest Florida State College||Albany, GA||W, 4-3||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Tue. 15||at Georgia Highlands *||W, 5-2||Final||Box Score|
|Sat. 19||Georgia Highlands *||W, 11-3||Final||Box Score|
|Sun. 20||Georgia Highlands *||L, 7-5||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Georgia Highlands *||L, 5-4||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Wed. 23||Thomas University JV||W, 6-2||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Thu. 24||Thomas University JV||W, 6-0||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Tue. 29||Andrew *||W, 8-7||Final||Box Score|
|Wed. 30||at Andrew *||W, 11-7||Final||Box Score|
|Sun. 3||at Andrew *||W, 4-0||Final – 7 innings||Video | Box Score|
|at Andrew *||W, 7-4||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Tue. 5||at South Georgia *||W, 17-5||Final||Box Score|
|Thu. 7||South Georgia *||L, 7-4||Final||Box Score|
|Sat. 9||South Georgia *||L, 7-3||Final – 8 innings||Box Score|
|South Georgia *||W, 21-0||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Wed. 13||Gordon *||W, 8-5||Final||Box Score|
|Sat. 16||at Gordon *||W, 5-0||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|at Gordon *||W, 4-2||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Sun. 17||at Gordon *||W, 15-4||Final – 8 innings||Box Score|
|Tue. 19||West Georgia Tech *||W, 11-1||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Fri. 22||at West Georgia Tech *||W, 19-9||Final – 8 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 23||at West Georgia Tech *||L, 18-17||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|at West Georgia Tech *||W, 20-6||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Tue. 26||at ABAC *||L, 3-1||Final||Box Score|
|Fri. 29||ABAC *||W, 14-1||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 30||ABAC *||W, 13-5||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|ABAC *||W, 6-0||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Wed. 4||E. Georgia *||W, 4-3||Final||Box Score|
|Fri. 6||at E. Georgia *||L, 8-7||Final||Box Score|
|Sat. 7||at E. Georgia *||W, 7-0||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|at E. Georgia *||W, 7-3||Final – 7 innings||Box Score|
|Thu. 12||Georgia Highlands %||GCAA Baseball Tournament||W, 6-1||Final||Video | Box Score|
|Fri. 13||vs. South Georgia % @ albany, ga||GCAA Baseball Tournament||W, 11-9||Final – 10 innings||Video | Box Score|
|Sat. 14||South Georgia %||GCAA Baseball Tournament Championship||W, 18-1||Final||Video | Box Score | Recap|
|Wed. 18||vs. Walters State Community College % @ Darton State||EC District Baseball Tournament||L, 4-3||Final – 10 innings||Box Score|
|Thu. 19||vs. South Georgia % @ Albany, GA||EC District Baseball Tournament||W, 12-1||Final – 6 innings||Box Score|
|Sat. 21||vs. Walters State Community College % @ Darton State||EC District Baseball Tournament||W, 6-3||Final||Box Score|
|vs. Dyersburg State Community College % @ Albany, GA||EC District Baseball Championship||W, 14-7||Final||Box Score|
|Sun. 22||vs. Dyersburg State Community College % @ Albany, GA||EC District Baseball Championship||W, 6-5||Final||Box Score|
|Sat. 28||vs. Cisco College % @ Grand Junction, CO||NJCAA World Series – First Round||L, 13-11||Final||Box Score|
|Sun. 29||vs. Delgado Community College % @ Grand Junction, CO||NJCAA World Series – Second Round (Elimination)||L, 10-2||Final – 5 innings||Box Score|
Jeremy Beasley’s Toombs County High School Bulldog Career
|2012||2.70||3 – 3||59.2||50||34||23||16||50||.219|
|2013||3.46||3 – 2||30.3||31||20||15||15||33||.248|
|2014||1.58||7 – 4||79.2||65||34||18||26||107||.215|