2006: Topped the club in appearances (33), earned run average (2.33) and saves (7) while going 3-2 overall ... his 33 appearances was second all-time, his ERA for a reliever was third and his save total was fifth ... ended his career as UWM's all-time saves leader with 21 and became just the second-ever to appear in over 100 games (103) ... finished the combined 2-0 shutout in the season opener with a save against Saint Mary's (CA) Feb. 10 ... picked up first win of season with three K's in three innings against Akron Mar. 19 ... saved back-to-back games versus Butler Apr. 8-9, including three strikeouts in 1.2 innings the first game ... had streak of 11-straight scoreless outings Apr. 15 to May 6 that dropped his ERA by over a run and a half ... earned the win with a season-high 4.0 innings against Northwestern Apr. 25, allowing no runs or hits ... closed out a 5-4 win over Bradley May 10 with a save ... set UWM career mark for saves with 1.1 perfect innings in the league tournament against Cleveland State May 26 ... a member of the Horizon Academic All-League Team as well as the league honor roll.
2005: Topped the club with 28 appearances, striking out 29 batters in 33.1 innings of work ... tied for the Horizon League lead with eight saves ... his appearance total tied for second in the league and he was also second in games finished (24) ... moved into third on the all-time saves list at UWM with 14, with the school record of 20 within reach ... also moved into second on the all-time appearances list with 70 ... picked up a win with four strikeouts in 3.0 innings against Valparaiso Feb. 27 ... started April untouchable, recording five saves in six appearances, not allowing a run in 5.1 innings, striking out two while allowing just two hits in that span ... saved games on back-to-back days against Cleveland State Apr. 23-24 ... tied a season-high with four strikeouts in 4.0 innings against Western Michigan May 10 ... recorded the victory with an inning of relief against IPFW May 18.
2004: Key man out of the bullpen ... set school record for most innings as a reliever ... appeared in a team-high 31 games ... led the Horizon League in appearances ... worked a career-high 55.2 innings, fourth most on the squad ... won three games to go with a team-best six saves ... worked three innings to earn a save versus Kansas (Mar. 6) ... allowed no runs in 3.2 innings in save versus Bucknell (Mar. 19) ... won a game and saved another in back-to-back games at Indiana State on Marc. 27-28 ... earned the win in relief over Butler on Apr. 10 ... allowed just two earned runs in 13 inning stretch from May 1 through May 26 ... worked a season-high four innings in the season finale versus Butler (May 27).
2003: Sat out the season as a redshirt ... will retain three years of eligibility
2002: Made 11 appearances, including three starts ... Went three innings, giving up two hits and one run in first career appearance at Kansas (2/23) ... Retired the only batter he faced at defending-national champion Miami (3/20) ... Earned first career win with five innings of one-hit ball against Wisconsin Lutheran (4/11) ... Also struck out a career-high four batters in that game ... Pitched 3.1 innings of one-hit, shutout relief, while striking out two at Valparaiso (4/18).
High School: Was a four-time letterwinner at Ripon High School as a pitcher ... Amassed a 26-4 career record with six no-hitters ... Was an all-conference selection in sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... As a senior, was named to the first team all-area, all-district and all-state teams, and was the District IV Player of the Year ... Also lettered three years in football as a quarterback ... Led his team to the state playoffs for the first time in school history.
Personal: Undecided major ... Son of David and Renee Dolske ... Born 9/18/82.