Mark Reece
Mark  Reece


Roseville, Calif.

High School:
Roseville HS

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 210



Last updated July 20, 2015

2015 (Junior):
 Appeared in 21 games on the mound... posted a 2-0 record with a 4.95 ERA... tossed 20.0 innings on the season with 16 strikeouts.. held opponents to a .222 batting average... allowed only 11 earned runs... threw a season-best 2.1 innings against USC, while also tossing three strikeouts, in a tough extra-inning loss to the Trojans... tossed 0.2 innings in a 4-0 shutout at home against UNLV on Mar. 1... also had a three-strikeout performance against Nevada (Feb. 20)... named Academic All-MW... earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors.

2014 (Sophomore):
 Utilized redshirt season.

Prior to Fresno State: Pitched at Nevada in 2013, throwing 22.2 innings in 10 appearances for the Wolf Pack ... threw 5.1 quality innings with six strikeouts in a start against Northern Illinois on February 24, 2013.

High School: Prepped at Roseville High School in Roseville, Calif. ... was a three-year letterwinner in baseball from 2010-2012 and also played a year of varsity basketball in 2011 ... helped team win a CIF Sac-Joaquin Section championship in 2011 ... earned All-Sierra Foothill League honors his junior and senior year and also earned All-City honors his senior season ... threw two no-hitters during his senior year, including one at Raley Field -- home of the AAA Sacramento RiverCats -- on his mother's birthday.

Personal: Born in Fresno ... parents Glenn and Debra Reece ... has two older brothers, Kevin and Brian ... one of his siblings is a professional athlete, Kevin - MMA fighter ... enjoys fishing and watching movies ... was a sports journalist for his high school and once had one of his stories run on the Sacramento FOX 40 online website ... list his biggest athletic thrill as being the day he threw a no-hitter on his mom's birthday ... most admires his parents because they have set such a great example, being supportive and for always being there no matter what ... chose to come to Fresno State because of the great history of the baseball program and because he has deep roots here with lots of relatives attending Fresno State in the past ... majoring in health science.

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