Fresno State dropped two games Saturday, ending its season at the MW tournament with a 31-28 overall record
Anthony Arias sets tone from mound while the Bulldog offense ties season-high for runs scored
Fresno State ups home record to 7-2 at Beiden Field with midweek win
2015 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in 24 games for the Bulldogs, including a pair of starts behind the plate at catcher against Oregon State (Mar. 7) and at No. 15 UC Santa Barbara (Apr. 3)... finished the year with a .293 batting average with 12 hits, including four for extra-bases... had two doubles, a triple and one home run... scored six runs and drove in five RBIs... notched a .463 slugging percentage and a .326 on-base percentage... tallied three multi-hit games... hit his first career home run, a solo shot, against Sacramento State and scored two runs in a 6-2 home win on Mar. 3... hit a bases-clearing triple down the right field line driving home three runs in a 10-1 win over Wagner (Mar. 11).
2014 (Freshman): Utilized redshirt season.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Saugus High School of the Foothill League under coach John Maggiora ... played catcher all four years of high school ... senior year was named Defensive Player of the Year, first-team all-league and first-team all-area ... hit .406 as a senior and threw out 75 percent of runners while in high school ... named team captain both junior and senior seasons ... graduated with 3.5 GPA.
Personal: Born in Glendale, Calif. ... son of Gary and Nancy Warren ... has one older brother, Jonathan ... admires his entire family for helping him get to where he is today ... chose Fresno State for its great reputation and to be a part of a family ... favorite athlete is Hanley Ramirez of the Boston Red Sox ... interests other than baseball are football, golf and wakeboarding ... undecided on major at Fresno State.
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