#39 - Jamie Tutko
Position: RHP
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Tampa, Fla.
High School: King HS
Height: 6-0
Weight: 210
Major: Sport Business
Bats/Throws: R/R

AS A JUNIOR (2011)
Tutko appeared in 11 games out of the bullpen for the Lions…Totaled 13.1 innings of work…Struck out seven batters…Allowed just five walks…Allowed no runs in 6-of-11 games…Collected a season-high two strikeouts at Barry (03/04/11). 

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) 
Tutko was a solid reliever for the lions as a junior...He appeared in 17 games pitching a total of 23.2 innings including 14 strike outs…His best outing came in a conference game against Florida Tech (04/24/10) where he pitched 2.2 innings surrendering two hits while striking out two and giving up no earned runs.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009)
Tutko appeared in 11 games on the mound as a sophomore for the Lions…He finished the season with a 1-0 record, one save and a team-leading 5.02 ERA…Turtko pitched 14.1 innings of relief, allowing eight earned runs and striking out three batters…Opponents hit just .269 against him while allowing only two extra-base hits all season…He allowed zero earned runs in six of his appearances…His first appearance for the Lions came in a non-conference game against Eckerd (02/12/09)…In his best outing of the year, Tutko allowed just one hit and no runs in 2.0 innings of relief against Assumption (03/11/09)...He also collected the first save of his career in a 12-9 victory over Webber (04/29/09).

CAREER
Attended King High School...Tutko received the Pride award and the Leadership award while at King…He also received the Lions’ Pride Award for his academic success…Was the recipient of the Tim Crews Memorial Award.

PERSONAL 
Born on November 7 in Tampa, Fla…Sport Business major…His hobbies include playing baseball and working out…His career goal is to work in a Major League Baseball organization…Believes leaderships is his best asset to the team abilities…Names James Shields as his favorite athlete...Names the Tampa Bay Rays as his favorite team…Chose Saint Leo because of the great education and the baseball program…Son of John and Cindy Tutko.