Junior pitcher Tyler Stirewalt and senior catcher/first baseman Trent Garrison were drafted Saturday in the Major League Baseball amateur draft.
50 Fresno State student-athletes were named Academic All-WAC for the spring sports season.
Six Bulldogs were selected in 2012 Major League Baseball Draft.
Fresno State used clutch hitting to beat Michigan State, 8-2, to advance to Sunday action at the 2012 NCAA Stanford Regional.
2011 (Junior): Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 27th round of the Major League Baseball draft ... Academic All-WAC ... appeared in 18 games ... finished with a 1.32 ERA and 2-2 record ... struck out a career-high 42 batters in 34 innings pitched while walking 10 ... went a career-high 5.2 innings against San Jose State (Apr. 4) where he struck out a career-high eight of the 24 batters faced.
2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in 16 games and made one start ... pitched 24.1 innings and allowed no home runs during the season... recorded an ERA of 3.70 with 23 strikeouts ... threw a season-high four innings against Louisiana Tech on April 16 ... earned a save against New Mexico State on May 9.
2009 (Freshman): Made 11 appearances, earning first collegiate start against Buffalo (Mar. 11) ... sported a 4-3 record with a 4.87 ERA ... threw 20.1 innings, striking out 18 batters ... threw a season-high five innings against Buffalo (Mar. 11) ... struck out a season-high four batters against Lipscomb (Mar. 29).
Vista Murrieta HS: Lettered in baseball ... all-league in 2008 ... recorded 86 strikeouts his senior year ... worked as a closer his sophomore and junior years ... compiled a 7-2 record as a closer and earned 24 saves ... recorded 42 strikeouts his junior year ... helped his team to a 26-6 record in 2008.
Personal: Born May 24, 1990 in Oceanside, Calif. ... son of Scott and Barbara Garrison ...has two brothers, Trace and Trent; and three sisters, Noelle, Danielle, and Tanna ...twin brother, Trent, also plays baseball for the Bulldogs ... enjoys golfing and swimming ... admires his older sisters because they have always been there.
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