Miers Quigley
Miers Quigley


Roswell, Ga.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 220




One of 10 seniors on the Alabama roster ... a veteran left-hander who has started 16 SEC games over the last two seasons ... brings loads of experience to the UA pitcher staff ... will battle for one the starting jobs on the mound ... appeared in 39 career games and made 32 starts ... Alabama is 16-16 (.500) in those 32 career starts ... compiled a 10-13 record and 5.03 ERA in his career ... posted 2-10 mark and 7.11 ERA in SEC career ... logged almost 200 career innings on the mound ... drafted twice by St. Louis Cardinals (19th round, 2005) and Minnesota Twins (00th round, 2008).

Quigley was the game two starter on the mound in Cuba and allowed three runs and five hits in four innings, woth three walks and six strikeouts.

Appeared in only two post season games for the Tide ... compiled 0-0 record and 5.78 ERA in post season career ... worked 4 2/3 innings and allowed five runs (3 ER) and five hits with three walks and four strikeouts ... made NCAA Regional debut as starter against Coastal Carolina on May 31 at the 2008 NCAA Conway Regional ... allowed four runs and three hits in 1 2/3 innings and did not figure into the decision ... made one relief appearance at 2006 SEC Tournament against Ole Miss on May 27 ... allowed one unearned runs and two hits in three innings with one walk and four strikeouts.

JUNIOR (2008):
Appeared in 16 games and made 12 starts ... posted 5-4 (.556) record and 5.58 ERA ... career-high five wins on the mound ... worked 79 innings and allowed 61 runs and 91 hits with 36 walks and 62 strikeouts ... UA was 7-5 (.583) in his 12 starts ... opened the season with two relief outings before making his first start against Youngstown State on March 9 ... picked up win in that first start as he held the Penguins to two runs and four hits in seven innings with three walks and seven strikeouts ... logged only career complete-game shutout at Jacksonville State on March 26 ... allowed only four singles in nine innings with three walks and season-high eight strikeouts ... picked up third win of the season with eight solid innings against UAB on April 1 in Tuscaloosa ... allowed one earned run and eight hits and struck out five Blazers in the win ... combined with Austin Graham to shut out Southeastern Louisiana on April 9 ... worked seven scoreless innings and allowed six hits with no walks and three strikeouts in his fourth win of the season ... moved back into the SEC rotation at Tennessee on April 13 ... pitched in eight SEC games with six starts ... compiled 1-3 record and 7.46 ERA ... closed the season with a win at No. 6 Georgia on May 16 to snap a streak of 14 consecutive SEC games without a win, dating back to March 16, 2007 against Tennessee ... allowed six runs and six hits in five innings to the Bulldogs as the Tide won a 17-13 slugfest ... made NCAA Regional debut against Coastal Carolina on May 31 and allowed four runs and three hits in 1 2/3 innings in first career post season start.

The only UA pitcher to start all 10 SEC series ... appeared in 16 games and made 15 starts ... pitched in all three spots of the weekend rotation ... compiled a 4-7 record with a 4.88 ERA ... worked 90.1 innings, allowing 49 runs and 83 hits with 41 walks and 78 strikeouts ... held opponents to .255 batting average ... the Tide went 6-9 (.400) in his 15 starts ... had the lowest run support of any starter (4.73 per game) ... tied single-season school record with six balks (Lance Cormier, 2002) ... worked at least five innings in 13 of his 15 starts ... in 10 SEC starts, he posted a 1-7 record with a 6.88 ERA ... his lone relief appearance of the season came against Georgia State (2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 K) on Feb. 11 ... threw five scoreless innings and struck out seven in his second start of the season against Canisius on Feb. 18 ... tallied eight strikeouts in 5.1/3 innings against Villanova on Feb. 24 ... recorded a career-high nine strikeouts three times - against McNeese State (March 2), Tennessee (March 16) and South Carolina (April 28) ... tossed seven shutout innings in an 8-0 win over No. 17 Nebraska on March 9 ... pitched six innings in his first career SEC start against Tennessee on March 16, picking up his first career SEC win ... suffered a tough-luck loss at No. 1 Vanderbilt (7 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 4 K) and eventual first-round draft pick David Price on April 6 ... pitched a season-high eight innings against No. 4 South Carolina on April 28 ... pitched briefly in the summer for the Harwich (Mass.) Mariners of the Cape Cod League ... appeared in three games for the Mariners, recording eight strikeouts in 5.2/3 innings.

FRESHMAN (2006):
Appeared in seven games ... made five starts against Samford, Memphis, Birmingham Southern, Southern Miss and Troy ... posted a 1-2 record with a 5.79 ERA in 24 innings, allowing 10 earned runs on 24 hits with eight walks and 21 strikeouts ... held opponents to a .250 batting average ... UA was 3-2 (.600) in his five starts ... made his Crimson Tide debut in a starting assignment against Samford on Feb. 14, allowing three unearned runs and four hits while striking out a season-high five hitters in 4.2/3 innings ... earned his first collegiate win against No. 20 Southern Mississippi on March 15, limiting the Golden Eagles to three runs and four hits in seven innings with one walk and three strikeouts ... tossed one scoreless inning of relief against Lipscomb on March 29 ... made his SEC debut and postseason debut against Ole Miss at the SEC Tournament on May 27 ... allowed one unearned run and two hits in three innings with four strikeouts against the Rebels.

A 2005 graduate of Roswell (Ga.) High School where he was a four-year starter on the mound for Coach Mike Power ... helped lead Roswell to 92 wins from 2002-05, including school-record 25 victories in 2004 ... posted 29 career wins on the mound for the Hornets ... injuries limited his action during his senior year ... was selected in the 19th round (550th pick) of the 2005 MLB Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals ... was one of eight players on Roswell's 2005 team to sign a college scholarship ... posted a 12-2 (.917) record with one save and a 1.98 ERA with 118 strikeouts as a junior in 2004 while setting a school record with 12 wins ... teamed with Mike Bohanna to win 24 of team's 25 games ... was named a 2004 AFLAC All-American and participated in the AFLAC All-American All-Star game at Cal Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Md. ... named the 2004 Atlanta Journal Constitution Player of the Year when he helped Roswell to a 21-5 record and a berth in the Georgia Class AAA state playoffs ... tossed an 81-pitch complete game in a win in the quarterfinals of the state playoffs ... was named to the 2003 World Wood Bat Association (WWBA) Perfect Game Junior Championship All-Tournament Team ... posted the eighth-best ERA (1.40) in Roswell school history as a freshman in 2002.

Full name is Miers Spencer Quigley ... first name is pronounced "Meyers" ... son of Bob and Pattie Quigley ... has one brother, Cameron ... one of two baseball players in Crimson Tide history whose last name begins with the letter "Q" to earn a letter, joining former second baseman Mike Qualls who lettered in 1985-86.