|Hometown:||St. Cloud, Minn.|
|High School:||Cathedral High School|
2015 game-by-game stats
2014 game-by-game stats
2013 game-by-game stats
2015 (Senior): Anchored the UND rotation for the fourth consecutive year, leading North Dakota to its first-ever Western Athletic Conference Tournament ... Threw a career-high 94.2 innings, finishing with a 3.80 ERA and a 5-6 mark ... Struck out 65 batters to reach third all-time in the UND record book (220) ... Leaves the school as the record holder for innings (333.1) and shutouts (4) while second in wins (18) and complete games (17) ... Struck-out a then-career-high 11 batters in a nine-inning complete game at Northern Colorado with just three runs allowed (Mar. 27) ... Had back-to-back phenomenal outings with a complete-game win over Texas Pan-American May 1 (5 hits, 0 ER, 6K), then fanned a career-high 13 batters in 8.1 IP in a win over Utah Valley (May 8) ... Threw seven innings, allowing just three runs at the University of Washington to help UND earn its first-ever win over a PAC-12 school (Feb. 27) ... Went the distance in the WAC Tournament opener vs. Northern Colorado (May 20), allowing just a pair of runs for a 3-0 career mark in postseason games (WAC, Great West) ... Earned fourth letter.
Summer 2014: Played for the Alexandria Blue Anchors of the Northwoods League ... Named to the All-Star team.
2014 (Junior): Took the mound in 13 games, including 10 starts ... Finished the season 2-7 with a 5.61 ERA ... Earned first win of the season in a complete-game gem against Northern Colorado (Mar. 29) in Bismarck, N.D. ... Allowed just one run and struck out a season-high six in that victory ... Second win came out of the bullpen, throwing five innings with just four hits and five strikeouts against Seattle (Apr. 25) ... Whittled a 12.56 early-season ERA down to 5.61 by season's end ... Had five outings of six innings or more including each of his final three starts ... Struck out 37 on the year ... Walked just 20 batters over his final 62.2 innings ... Did not allow a homerun in his final eight appearances (53.1 IP) ... Earned third letter
Summer 2013: Played for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks in the prestigious Cape Cod League.
2013 (Sophomore): Started 12 games on the mound, going 6-5 with a 4.14 earned run average ... Named to the All-Great West Conference Second Team ... Fired 57 strikeouts in his 78.1 inning pitched ... Twirled a complete game no-hitter in the season opener vs. Mount Marty (Feb. 18), the sixth no-no in UND history and first in 10 years ... Threw four complete games in 2013 to give him 10 for his young career ... Had a nine-inning shutout, squandering just five hits in a win at NYIT (Apr. 26) ... Walked just 26 batters all season ... Had seven outings allowing two earned runs or less ... Earned second letter.
2012 (Freshman): Named to the All-Great West Conference Second Team ... Voted the team's Most Valuable Pitcher ... Led the team with five wins, 65 strikeouts and a 3.58 earned run average ... Set the UND single-season record with 93 innings pitched ... Fired six complete games and was the only freshman hurler in NCAA Division I baseball to toss three nine-inning shutouts in 2012 ... Piled-up an incredible 4-1 record with four CG and a 0.49 ERA in his five home appearances ... Struck out 32 to just four walks at home ... Appeared in 15 games with 12 starts on the mound ... After not etching a win in his first seven starts, finished season by going 5-1 over final seven appearances ... Fanned a career-high 11 batters in a nine-inning, three-hit gem over NYIT (May 4) ... That outing came after a four-hit complete game shutout vs. Northern Colorado (April 27) ... Trumped those with a two-hit masterpiece with nine Ks and no walks in a 1-0 win over NJIT in the Great West Conference Tournament (May 22) ... Did not allow a run in four of his five wins ... Had a 10.07 ERA through four appearances, went 5-2 the rest of the way with a 1.85 ERA ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: A 2011 graduate of St. Cloud Cathedral High School ... Earned four letters in baseball during his prep career ... Led team to a Minnesota Class 2A State Championship as a senior, earning All-State Tournament team honors ... Named the 2011 Minnesota Class 2A Player of the Year, West Central Conference Player of the Year ... Also named to the Lion’s All-Star team ... Collected 14 wins as a senior on the mound, tying him for the fourth most in Minnesota State High School history ... Batted .460 with four home runs at the plate as a senior ... Named a Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-Central Region honoree.
Personal: Son of Scott and Maxine Thome ... Major is psychology..