Pack placed 87 on the spring list
Every Nevada sport represented on graduation list.
Senior Day Sunday
Five consecutive nonconference games on tap
Pack wins series 2-1
2016 (Sr.): Started in 61 games with a .284 batting average, 64 hits, 51 runs and 38 RBI … Lone player on the team to start in all 61 games on the season … Named team captain prior to the season … Led the team with six home runs, which ranked tied for eighth in the Mountain West … Ranked tied for second on the team in runs scored and third in RBI … Posted a .396 on base percentage and a .427 slugging percentage … Led the team and the conference with 16 hit by pitch … Posted a .943 fielding percentage at third base with 10 errors in 174 chances … Batted .287 in MW competition … Helped Nevada post a 20-4 record in its final 24 games, batting .345 with 30 hits, 28 runs and 16 RBI in that span … Also batted .400 with eight hits, nine runs and three doubles in the Mountain West tournament … Set a career-high with five RBI in a victory at Arizona State … Went 4-of-5 with two RBI and two runs while setting a season-high in hits in a win over Northwestern … Hit a home run in three straight games in May … Helped lead Nevada to a second place finish in the Mountain West and to its first MW tournament finals appearance in program history … Letter winner … Was named to the Preseason All-MW team.
2015 (Jr.): Played in 52 games with 49 starts on the season … Ranked third on the team and fourth in the Mountain West with a .355 batting average … Posted 65 hits, 39 runs, 41 RBI and five home runs on the year … Ranked third in the MW with a .552 slugging percentage and fourth in the MW with a .459 on base percentage … Tallied 22-multi hit games and 10 multi-RBI games on the season … Named MW Player of the Week on May 4 after batting .524 with 11 hits and 12 RBI in five Pack wins … Set a season-high with three hits on six occasions … Tallied a season-high five RBI in a victory against Saint Mary’s … Started in 46 games at third base and three games at short stop while pinch hitting in three other contests … Helped Nevada lead the Mountain West in nearly every offensive statistic … Posted a .903 fielding percentage with 73 assists and 29 putouts … Led the Pack to its first-ever Mountain West championship and the second-winningest season in program history … Letter winner.
2014 (So.): Played in 29 games with 21 starts in his first season with the Wolf Pack ... Finished his sophomore season with a .257 batting average (18-of-70) and a perfect fielding percentage ... Tallied 18 hits, eight RBI and eight runs scored ... Accounted for 28 total bases with four doubles, two home runs and a .400 slugging percentage .... Tallied a season-high three hits against New Mexico and a season-high three runs scored against Fresno State ... Letter winner.
PRIOR TO NEVADA
College: Played freshman season at Saint Mary's College before transferring to Chandler-Gilbert Community College for his sophomore season where he played under Russell Luce ... Earned Academic All-American honors in 2013.
High School: Lettered four years at Fountain Hills High School in Fountain Hills, Ariz. ... Drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 37th round of the 2011 MLB draft ... In 2011 Louisville Slugger high school All-American selection ... Set four single season records during his senior season in runs (60), RBI (75), home runs (17), and slugging percentage (1.366) .... In 2010 and 2011, was named the 3A Arizona State Player of the Year, 3A South Region Player of the Year, and first-team all-state and all-region ... Team won 3A South Region Championship in 2011.
Received his bachelor’s degree at Nevada and is now pursuing a master’s degree in business administration ... Son of Jim and Lisa Greager ... Enjoys spending time with family and friends, hunting, fishing, and going to the rodeo in his free time ... Chose Nevada over others such as Oregon State, Utah, and Pittsburgh because of the coaching staff and the opportunity to be the best player he can be ... Sports heroes include Evan Longoria and Dustin Pedroia.