Austin Guibor
Austin  Guibor


Campbell, Calif.

High School:
St. Francis HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 185




Five Diamond 'Dogs Receive All-MW Honors

Fresno State places most selections to All-MW team since joining the league


'Dogs Cap Season With 129 Combined Academic All-MW Honors

Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.


Eighty-Six 'Dogs Honored to Academic All-MW Teams

Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.


Bulldogs Bounce Back with Win vs. Cal

Fresno State returned to Beiden Field for its first game since April 8 and delivered a 7-4 win against the Golden Bears


Bulldogs Pour 20 Runs on Nevada in Win

Fresno State defeated the Wolf Pack 20-10 in the series opener Thursday night

Last Updated: July 17, 2015

2015 (Sophomore): Appeared in 54 of the Bulldogs' 59 games in the outfield.... made 49 starts ont the year splitting time between left field (25 starts) and right field (24)... ranked second on the club with a .339 average... was third on the team with 62 hits...  tied for second on the team with 39 runs scored, including eight multi-run games... tallied 16 extra-base hits with six doubles, a team-high five triples along with five home runs... drove in 21 runs... had a team-high .440 on-base percentage and ranked second with a .508 slugging percentage... stole a team-best seven bases in 11 attempts... led team with 11 sacrifice hits... notched 15 multi-hit games, including four three-hit performances... had a 2-for-4 performance with a RBI triple and scored three runs in a 15-7 victory over San Diego State in the Mountain West Tournament... went 3-for-3 with a leadoff home run and a pair of singles and scored three runs in a 10-5 win over UNLV on Feb. 27... collected three hits, including a triple, drove in a pair and scored a run in a 5-4 win over UC Davis on Mar. 13... went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run to left center in a 4-3 win at home over New Mexico on May 15... named Academic All-MW... was also one of four 'Dogs selected to be a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.

2014 (Freshman): Started 18 games and made 43 appearances in the 57-game season as a true freshman ... all 18 starts were in left field ... batted from the leadoff position nine times, hit from the No. 5 spot five times and the No. 2 and No. 6 positions two times each ... appeared as a pinch-hitter in a team-high 23 games ... first career hit was an RBI-single in first career start on March 8 in the second game of a doubleheader at Air Force, also registered first career double in same game (2-for-5) ... registered first two career runs in the following game vs. Air Force on March 9, went 2-for-3 ... registered first career home run on April 17 at Nevada ... owned a .241 season batting average and .306 on-base percentage ... hit .217 (13-for-60) in 18 starts with four doubles, 12 runs, six RBI and one home run ... as a pinch hitter, registered a .272 batting average (6-for-22) with two singles, three doubles, one triple, a sacrifice fly and eight RBI ... in March 29 pinch-hit appearance he provided a two-out go-ahead two-RBI double in the seventh that led to a 6-4 win at San Diego State ... posted a 1.000 fielding percentage in left field ... named Academic All-MW.

High School: Lettered two years in baseball and two years in football in the West Catholic Athletic League ... played outfield at Saint Francis High School ... his team finished its with a 55-9 record during his high school career ... earned championships in baseball and football in the 2013 Division 2 CCS ... first-team all-league.

Personal: Born in Santa Clara, Calif. ... son of Jeff and Lori Guibor ... has an older brother, Jase ... enjoys golfing, playing football, and going to the beach ... people he admires the most are his parents because he would never be where he is at today without them ... chose Fresno State because of the reputation the program upholds ... majoring in kinesiology-sport administration.

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