Amanda Nesbitt
Amanda  Nesbitt

Mesa, Ariz.

High School:
Mountain View


  • Two-time Fresno State Scholar-Athlete
  • Two-time WAC Scholar-Athlete
  • 2005 WAC Freshman All-Academic

    Sophmore (2006): Made six appearances with three starts ... had first career one-hitter, set a season-high mark in strikeouts (5) and notched first win of season versus Santa Clara ... yielded one earned run in last 11.2 innings of work.

    Freshman (2005): Appeared in 20 games with 18 starts ... recorded first collegiate save against UTEP ... had season-best 11.2 innings without an earned run ... recorded at least one strikeout in every appearance ... had season-high eight strikeouts versus Rhode Island ... pitched four games without giving up a walk ... recorded six games with five or more strikeouts ... averaged 5.14 strikeouts per 7/IP ... opened her rookie year by winning first three starts ... posted four four-hitters ... also batted and had a season-high two-game hit streak.

    Mountain View HS:
    Four-year varsity pitcher at Mountain View High School ... four-time team MVP ... four-time All-East Valley League and all-region honoree ... three-time first team selection at pitcher and a first team pick at first base ... at MVHS went 54-15 overall in 469.0 innings of work while averaging nearly 150 strikeouts per season ... posted under a 1.00 ERA every year as a starter in the circle ... at the plate, she capped off her senior year with a .510 (46-96) average while recording 14 doubles and 22 RBI ... hit no worse than .300 every season as she hit .307 with 14 RBI as a freshman, .382 with 21 RBI as a sophomore and .346 with 18 RBI as a junior ... as a senior, also garnered pitcher of the year by The Tribune ... named high school's outstanding female scholar-athlete.

    Born May 7, 1985 ... parents are John and Patricia Nesbitt ... youngest of four children with two brothers, Shon and Chris, and a sister, Carrie ... hobbies include wake boarding, riding a snow mobile, hiking and biking ... favorite athlete is Aaron Boone ... biggest athletic thrill is throwing a perfect game ... admires her sister the most ... played summer ball for 16-under Storm and 18-gold Lil' Saints ... recruited by Arizona State, Hawai'i, New Mexico and UTEP ... a Big Hero for Fresno State's Big Heroes-Little Heroes program ... major is undeclared.

    Fresno State Career Pitching Statistics


    Fresno State Career Batting Statistics

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