UND Roster

2016-17 Baseball Roster

#35 Peter Solomon


Height 6'4''
Weight 201 lbs.
Class Junior
Hometown Ellicott City, MD
High School Mount St. Joseph

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  • Two-time MLB Draft Pick (2017 – Fourth Round by Houston Astros & 2014 – 21st Round by San Diego Padres)
  • Two-time Monogram winner (2015, 2016)
  • Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant (2016)


  • Opened the year in the rotation before settling in to bullpen as set-up man
  • Earned three seves to go with a 3-4 record and 3.83 ERA
  • Allowed one earned run in six innings while earning victory after start against Incarnate Word
  • Picked up his first save of the season by getting the final out on one pitch against Georgia Tech
  • Earned a save with 2.1 innings of shutout ball the next day against the Yellow Jackets
  • Recorded a victory against Duke with four innings of shutout relief work


  • Finished season ranked as the No. 11 prospect in the ACC for the 2017 MLB Draft by Perfect Game
  • Rated the No. 69 prospect among all sophomores by Perfect Game and No. 95 among all college prospects by D1Baseball.com
  • Led team with 71 strikeouts, while posting a 3-6 record and 4.68 ERA in 18 appearances (nine starts)
  • Earned victory at Virginia Tech with five strikeouts in five innings
  • Earned only save of the season against No. 30 Oregon with four strikeouts over two perfect innings
  • Threw a rain-shortened complete game (six innings) against Wake Forest, allowing two runs and striking out eight in a complete game
  • Allowed one run with eight strikeouts in seven innings in win over Boston College
  • Struckout a career-high 10 hitters in six innings against Ohio
  • Posted a 0.54 ERA in 33 innings during summer of 2016 in Cape Cod League


  • Made nine appearances for 19.1 innings before shoulder injury ended rookie campaign prematurely
  • Posted a 2-0 record with a 1.40 ERA and 19 stikeouts
  • Recorded either a win or a save in six or nine appearances
  • Earned a win in collegiate debut, throwing 2.2 perfect innings against SIU Edwardsville with three strikeouts
  • Recorded his first career save against Oklahoma
  • Earned fourth save of the season at Clemson with three strikeouts over 1.2 innings
  • Pitched seven innings of 18-inning marathon game against No. 8 Louisville, allowing a run on five hits while striking out four Cardinals


  • Was selected by the San Diego Padres in the 21st round (627 overall) of the 2014 MLB Draft at conclusion of prep career
  • Earned four varsity letters in baseball and Mount St. Joseph
  • Rated the No. 261 prospect in the nation by Baseball America, as well as the publications No. 1 high school pitcher in Maryland and the No. 44 pitcher nationally
  • Rated the No. 2 righty in Maryland and seventh prospect overall in state by Perfect Game
  • Slotted the No. 156 righthanded pitcher nationally and No. 470 player in the country, also by Perfect Game
  • Named first team all-metro by the Baltimore Sun as a junior and senior, as well as first team MIAA and MSABC District 10 both seasons
  • Named MSABC Preseason All-Maryland and Perfect Game Atlantic Region All-High School Senior entering final prep year
  • Named MVP of the President’s Cup Showcase at Oriole Park at Camden Yards
  • Selected to the Mid-Atlantic Baseball Classic
  • Earned MVP of Brooks Robinson All-Star Game at Camden Yards for performance on the mound
  • Posted a 1.76 ERA in 53 innings with 85 strikeouts and four complete game shutouts as a senior
  • Had a streak of 29 consecutive shutout innings
  • Named All-Maryland by USA Today and Underclassman All-American by Perfect Game
  • Posted a 2.66 ERA with 70 strikeouts in 52 innings as a junior
  • Named to MSABC Junior Classic Team
  • Named Top Arm at 2012 Crab Claw Classic
  • Named junior varsity team MVP as a freshman
  • Played summer ball for Orioles scout team, Mid-Atlantic Red Sox and Team Maryland


  • Born in Washington, D.C.
  • Son of Michael and Kathleen Solomon
  • Has a sister, Laura, and brother, Thomas
  • Brother, Thomas, pitched at Johns Hopkins
  • Enrolled in Mendoza College of Business as an IT Management major