|Position:||Right Handed Pitcher|
|High School:||Holy Innocents Episcopal|
(Updated November 2016)
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2016): Started four games of the season and appeared in 23…held an ERA of 2.66, ranking as the third-lowest ERA on the team…struck out 41 batters over 47.1 innings and ended the season with a 1-2 record…entered a tie ballgame in the 11th inning against Villanova on March 2 and struck out a season-high six batters over three innings pitched…earned the first save of his season when he held Pittsburgh scoreless for three innings in FSU's 17-4 win.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in six games for the Seminoles making one start…posted a 0-1 record with a 1.42 ERA as a redshirt freshman…allowed just one earned run in 6.1 innings of work…recorded five strikeouts and did not issue a walk…made his first collegiate appearance at Georgia (Feb. 21) in the second game of the doubleheader – struck out a batter in 0.2 innings…only start of the season came against Wake Forest in the opening game of the series…allowed an unearned run on three hits as he struck out two in a career-high 1.2 innings of work in suffering the loss…faced the minimum in an inning of relief against Florida Gulf Coast (April 8)…allowed two hits in a scoreless inning of work against Florida (June 5) in the NCAA Super Regional…played summer ball with Anchorage Bucs in the Alaska Baseball League…selected to play in the 2015 Alaska Baseball League All-Star Game.
FRESHMAN (2014): Received a redshirt in 2014.
HIGH SCHOOL: A two-sport athlete from Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School in Atlanta, Ga....four-year letter winner in both baseball and basketball…garnered 2013 Rawlings All-Southeast First Team accolades as a senior…named to Perfect Game’s Third Team All-American team in 2012.
PERSONAL: Son of Ben and Krist Voyles…twin brother Jim is a pitcher on the Seminole baseball team…has three other siblings, brother Terry and sisters, Kelly and Brennan…father and uncle (Bill Voyles) played golf at FSU…majoring in social science…born on March 20, 1995.