Football Season Opener


Joe Prior
Joe  Prior


Los Alamitos, Calif.

High School:
Servite HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190




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Last Updated: June 24, 2014

2014 (Freshman): Started in three games and appeared in 16 games of the 57-game season as a true freshman ... all three starts were as the designated hitter ... played the field one time as a substitute, first base on Feb. 19 vs. Sacramento State - recorded two putouts ... first career hit and RBI was on Feb. 23 vs. Nevada, connected for a pinch-hit RBI-single in the sixth inning ... first career start was on April 12 at New Mexico (0-for-3) ... in second career start on May 3 at San Jose State he connected on a 2-2 offering to right field for his first career triple and added his third career RBI to his resume, scored on ensuing wild pitch during the next at-bat ... owned a .263 season batting average and a .348 on-base percentage ... recorded five hits on 19 at-bats.

High School: Three-year letterwinner of the Servite High School baseball team and one-time football letterman ... named team MVP junior and senior year ... earned first-team All-Los Angeles Times.

Personal: Born in Newport Beach, Calif. ... son of Donald and Jill Prior ... has one sister, Kate ... chose Fresno State because it was a good fit for him ... admires his mom most because she showed him how to be strong and always put family first ... favorite athlete is Bo Jackson because he is the best pure athlete to ever play a sport ... also enjoys hanging out with family, friends and his dog ... undecided on major at Fresno State.

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