Fred Schlichtholz
Fred  Schlichtholz

RS Sophomore

Del Mar, Calif.

High School:
Coronado HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 210





Fred Schlichtholz Named MW Pitcher of the Week

The Mountain West honors Fred Schlichtholz for his Wednesday night performance against No. 29 Cal State Fullerton


'Dogs Outlast Fullerton in 16 Innings

Fresno State battled four hours, twenty-five minutes for a 2-1 win over Cal State Fullerton


'Dogs Roll in Midweek Matchup vs Penn State

17-hit barrage leads Bulldogs to 13-3 win of the Nittany Lions of the Big Ten

Last Updated: October 8, 2015

2015 (Sophomore): Did not see any action.

2014 (Freshman): Named Mountain West Pitcher of the Week on April 28 (for the week of April 21-27) - in only appearance of the week, entered play in the 14th inning of a 1-1 game vs. then-ranked No. 29 Cal State Fullerton on April 23, retired nine consecutive batters faced that set up a 2-1 walk-off win in the bottom of the 16th inning ... appeared 11 times in relief as a true freshman ... posted a 1-0 record with one save in 20.2 innings pitched ... registered a 5.66 season ERA, allowed 13 runs, all earned ... tallied 13 strikeouts against eight walks ... recorded first career save on March 11 in his longest outing of the season (4.0 IP) vs. Penn State ... first career Division I win earned in relief against Cal State Fullerton on April 23 ... ranked tied for 16th in the MW for most games finished (6).

High School: Three-year letterwinner at Coronado High School under coach Sam Ceci ... pitched and played outfield all three seasons with a focus being on the mound ... named pitcher of the year for junior and senior seasons ... first-team all-central league ... invited to Scout Ball All-Star game ... named team captain senior year.

Personal: Born in Chula Vista, Calif. ... son of Chris Schlichtholz ... has two older brothers, Chris and Alex ... admires his Dad and brothers for being successful men from not coming from much ... chose Fresno State for the coaches and team environment ... favorite athlete is Sandy Koufax for the way he played the game of baseball ... biggest athletic thrill is coming through in the clutch when the game is on the line ... undecided on major at Fresno State.

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