Jason Breckley
Jason  Breckley

Moorpark, Calif.

High School:


Fresno State: (2007) Closer for the Bulldogs who recorded six saves on the year ... now has a total of nine career saves and needs just eight more to tie the Fresno State career all-time record ... had a 4.58 ERA with a 3-1 record ... threw 37.1 innings striking out 37 batters only allowing 19 walks ... threw 1.2 innings striking out four batters in a game vs. San Francisco Feb. 3 ... threw 1.2 innings vs. Dallas Baptist striking out three batters March 17 ... recorded his sixth save at Cal State Northridge April 3.

Fresno State: (2006)Appeared in 36 innings with a 3-0 record and a 3.50 ERA in 2006 ... pitched 2.2 innings against Stanford allowing one hit and no runs (2/25) ... pitched 5.0 innings against San Jose State recording five strikeouts and allowing two hits and no runs ... in 18.4 innings pitched no runs were recorded ... recorded 40 strikeouts and three saves.

Fresno State: (2005) Made three appearances during 2005, finishing the year with a 5.40 ERA ... pitched one inning against Stanford in the season opener, allowing one run (1/29) ... pitched 0.2 innings of scoreless relief against UCLA (2/5) ... also made an appearance against Southern Utah in the Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic.

Moorpark High School: Two-sport athlete at Moorpark HS in football and baseball ... two-year letterwinner in football ... played defensive end ... named all-league in football in '03 ... three-year letterwinner in baseball ... played in outfield as well as pitching ... named all-county in baseball in '04, as well as being captain of the team ... Player of the Year for the baseball team, as well as the Athlete of the Year for Moorpark HS in 2003-04.

Personal: Jason Allen Breckley was born Oct. 10, 1986, in Ventura, Calif. ... parents are Tony and Naomi Breckley ... has one sister, Erin ... enjoys golfing and poker in his spare time ... favorite athlete is Eric Gagne ... came to Fresno State because of the baseball team and the coaching staff ... also recruited by Oregon State and Azusa Pacific.

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