Jordan Luplow
Jordan  Luplow

Clovis, Calif.

High School:
Buchanan HS



'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.


Luplow Receives Fourth All-American Nod for 2014

The American Baseball Coaches Association names Jordan Luplow an All-American


Luplow Named Baseball America All-American

Baseball America selects Jordan Luplow to its All-America Second-Team


Luplow Named "Breakout Player of the Year" Finalist

The winner of the 2014 Gregg Olson Award will be named during the College World Series


Baseball Wins Seventh Straight WAC Title

May 27, 2012


2012 Alumni Game

The current Bulldogs took on former 'Dogs in the annual Alumni Game. The current Bulldogs won 9-3.


2012 Double Play Dinner

The Dugout Club held their annual Double Play Dinner to honor the past and introduce the present Bulldog baseball team.

Last Updated: June 24, 2014

• Selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 3rd Round of the MLB Draft (2014)
• Mountain West Player of the Year (2014)
• Second-Team All-American - American Baseball Coaches Association (2014)
• Second-Team All-American - Baseball America (2014)
• Second-Team All-American - Perfect Game (2014)
• Louisville Slugger Third-Team All-American - Collegiate Baseball (2014)
• First-Team All-West Region - American Baseball Coaches Assoication (2014)
• First-Team All-Mountain West (2014)
• Academic All-Mountain West (2013)
• Cape Cod League All-Star Team (2013)
• WAC Tournament Most Valuable Player (2012)
• WAC All-Tournament Team (2012)
• Academic All-WAC (2012)
• Alaska Baseball League All-Star Team (2012)

2014 (Junior): Named Mountain West Player of the Year and First-Team All-MW selection, becoming the Bulldogs' first conference Player of the Year selection since 2009 ... named an All-American four times; named to the Baseball America All-American Second-Team, American Baseball Coaches Association Second-Team, Perfect Game Second-Team and a Louisville Slugger Third-Team All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper ... named First-Team All-West Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association ... selected as one of 12 finalists for Gregg Olson Award, recognizes collegiate baseball's breakout player of the year ... named one of 21 semifinalists for the Golden Spikes award, which recognizes amateur baseball's top player ... started in all 57 games, all in right field ... one of three players to start every game and only player to start in the same position the entire season ... batted No. 3 in the lineup in 52 games while the other five were from the No. 2 position ... set a career-high and Mountain West season-best 18-game hitting streak - a duration from Feb. 19 to March 21, ended vs. Creighton at TD Ameritrade Park ... set MW conference record for a junior with a .470 conference batting average in 30 games ... led Fresno State and the conference with a .377 season batting average (No. 30 in NCAA) ... led the Mountain West and Fresno State in three other categories - on-base percentage (.475 - No. 25 in NCAA), walks (36) and fielding percentage (1.000) ... led the Bulldogs in nearly every major offensive statistical category including a .609 slugging percentage (No. 2 in MW, No. 21 in NCAA), 40 runs scored (No. 9 in MW), 81 hits (T-No.4 in MW, No. 55 in NCAA), 48 RBI (No. 4 in MW), 21 doubles (No. 3 in MW, No. 16 in NCAA), nine home runs (No. 3 in MW), 131 total bases (No. 3 in MW, No. 34 in NCAA) and 10 stolen bases (No. 7 in MW) ... closed the season hitting .423 over the last 20 games with 23 RBI and nine doubles ... increased career doubles total to 45 by the end of the season - ranking him No. 8 on the all-time Fresno State list for career doubles after three seasons ... recorded 23 multiple hit games - amounting to just over 40 percent of the season's games ... registered 13 multi-RBI games ... was a triple short of hitting for the cycle against San Jose State on May 3 in a game he went 4-for-5 with a single, two doubles and a home run ... set a team individual season-high with a five RBI game on March 12 vs. Penn State ... registered an inside-the-park home run on May 13 vs. Bakersfield - the first since April 5, 2009 ... drafted as the 100th overall pick in the third-round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates.

2013 (Sophomore): Made 41 starts in 41 appearances ... named to the 2013 Academic All-MW team ... finished the season with a .278 batting average with 42 hits ... scored 23 runs and had nine doubles, three triples and three home runs ... named to the 2013 Friendly's Cape Cod League All-Star team ... went 4-for-4 with three runs scored and a triple in a win over Air Force on April 20.

2012 (Freshman): Lifted Fresno State to its Western Athletic Conference Tournament title by driving in the winning run with a walk-off single to right field in the bottom of the 13th of the conference championship game against Sacramento State ... named the 2012 WAC Tournament Most Valuable Player ... also named to the 2012 WAC All-Tournament and Academic All-WAC teams ... started in all 59 games ... hit two home runs and recorded 65 hits with 34 RBI, 33 runs scored and 15 doubles ... went 10 for 11 in stolen base attempts ... posted a batting average of .279 and a fielding percentage of .982 ... tallied 17 multi-hit games, which was the third-best mark by any Bulldog ... tied for the Bulldog's highest hitting streak record of 11 during the Bulldogs' late-season surge into the NCAA Regionals from May 12 through June 1 ... played summer ball for the Alaska Baseball League's Anchorage Glacier Pilots, where he finished with 26 RBI (5th in ABL) and batted .289 ... also named to ABL All-Star team.

High School: Prepped at Buchanan High School(2011) Missed most of the season rehabbing from an injury ... hit .385 with one home run in four games ... played for California Blaze during summer. (2010) First-team All-Tri-River Athletic Conference ... hit .420 with eight home runs, 11 doubles and 30 RBI ... participated in California North/South series and Rawlings Nor Cal World Series ... team California Interscholastic Federation Central Sections Champions ... first-team All-TRAC football as kicker and defensive back.

Personal: Born Sept. 26, 1993 in Visalia, Calif. ... son of Mark and Rebecca Luplow ... has one younger sister, Jessica ... hobbies include fishing, golfing, ping pong and longboarding ... also recruited by UCLA, Cal State Fullerton and Cal Poly ... favorite athlete is Alex Morgan ... biggest athletic thrill was winning 2011 National Championship.

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