NEVADA Veteran pitcher who will once again be a leader on the mound in his senior year ... First-team All-WAC pitcher who will take the mound every weekend ... Went 7-2 with a 2.55 ERA pitching 95.1 innings his junior year ... Nine of 15 starts were quality outing pitching six or more innings and allowing three or fewer earned runs ... Eighth in career innings pitched at Nevada with 244.2 and 19 wins is tied for the 10th most in school history.
2012 (Jr.): First-team All-WAC selection after posting a 7-2 record with a 2.55 ERA in 95.1 innings on the mound ... Nine of his 15 starts were quality starts pitching six or more innings and not allowing more than three earned runs ... Team was 10-5 when he started ... Earned Apr. 30, WAC Pitcher of the Week honors after tossing a shutout vs. Fresno State (4/29) allowing eight hits in the 1-0 victory ... Combined on another 1-0 shut pitching seven scoreless innings allowing four hits at UNLV (3/4) ... Won a career-high seven games ... ERA of 2.55 was second in the conference to teammate Bradey Shipley ... Second on the team in ERA (2.55) and innings pitched (95.1) ... Pitched eight shutout innings at Sac State and after allowing a double to start the ninth was removed from the game and the run eventually scored ... In four starts did not allow and earned runs ... Lettered for the third time. 2011 (So.): Led all Nevada pitchers with 15 starts ... Went 6-6 in 83.2 innings and posted a 4.84 ERA and struck out 41 hitters ... 83.2 innings pitched ranked fifth in the WAC, 20 batters struck out looking were sixth most, 15 games started were good for third most, 5.58 innings per game ranked fifth and three runners picked off were fourth most in the conference ... 3.29 ERA in conference play was fourth lowest and 38.1 ranked sixth ... 12 walks were the third fewest allowed and 17 runs allowed were eighth fewest in WAC play ... Went 3-2 with a 3.29 ERA and 14 strikeouts in 38.1 innings in WAC play ... Tossed two complete games with both coming against New Mexico State (4/21) and (5/26) ... Tied a career-high pitching nine shutout innings against New Mexico State and holding the Aggies to just five hits while striking out two ... Second complete game came in the WAC tournament in which he went seven innings and gave up four runs (two earned) on seven hits and struck out seven in Nevada's 15-4 seven-inning victory ... Eight of his 15 starts were quality starts in which he lasted six or more innings and gave up three earned runs or fewer ... After stumbling in his first three first starts allowing 17 earned runs in just seven innings, he went 6-3 and allowed just 28 earned runs in 76.2 innings over his last 12 starts ... Lettered for the second time. 2010(Fr.): Earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America and All-Ping All-America honors after going 6-1 with 30 strikeouts and a 3.84 ERA in 65.2 innings pitched...Named to WAC All-Tournament team... Made 15 appearances starting nine ... Six victories tied him with teammate Chris Garcia for second most on the staff ... Also earned two saves pitching an inning and a third against Saint Mary's (4/13) and four innings of one-hit ball against Seattle (4/17) ... Didn't allow a single run and only two hits combined in his two saves ... Threw one complete game vs. San Jose State (5/8) allowing six hits, one earned run and two walks over nine innings of work to earn his third victory of the year ... Only loss of the year came in his first start of the season vs. Santa Clara (2/21) in which he gave up seven runs (one earned), and nine hits in two innings of work ... His six victories came against Seattle (4/2), Fresno State (4/24), San Jose State (5/8), Sacramento State (5/15), and twice vs. LA Tech (5/21 and 5/27) ... Gave up one hit in four innings of relief in a combined one hitter with teammate Chris Garcia at Seattle (4/17) ... Pitched great down the stretch winning his final five starts ... Twice struck out six hitters against Seattle (4/2) and LA Tech (5/21) ... 3.84 ERA was fourth lowest in the WAC ... Held opponents to a .285 batting average good for the ninth lowest in the WAC ... 74 hits allowed were sixth fewest in the conference ... 4.58 ERA in conference play was third lowest in the WAC ... 37.1 innings pitched in conference play were second most ... Four conference wins tied him for the most in the WAC ... Also ranked sixth in fewest earned runs allowed (19), eighth in fewest triples allowed (1), ninth in fewest walks allowed (12), and fourth in fewest doubles allowed (5) ... In his final start of the year vs. LA Tech (5/21) in the WAC tournament nearly pitched a perfect game, retiring the first 23 hitters before giving up a solo home run with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning ... After issuing a walk to lead off the ninth, he was removed from the game with a final line of four strikeouts, one hit, one walk, and one earned run in eight innings pitched in route to a 3-1 Nevada victory over LA Tech ... Earned first Nevada letter.
PRIOR TO NEVADA Three-year letterwinner for coach Pete Savage at Reno High School ... High Desert League Pitcher of the Year as a senior ... RHS MVP his junior and senior seasons ... Helped the Huskies to the 2008 zone championship ... Senior year was 9-1 with a 2.15 ERA, 65 strikeouts and walked just nine.
PERSONAL Criminal Justice major ... Son of Rich and Kathy Jameson ... In his free time likes to hunt, fish, play basketball and watch movies ... Chose Nevada over UNLV and USF...father Rich played baseball for Nevada from 1974-77 and signed with the Kansas City Royals ... Sports hero is his brother Greig.
SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Innings pitched: 9.0, New Mexico St., Apr 21, 2011; Fresno St., Apr 29, 2012; San Jose State, May 8, 2010 Strikeouts: 8, at UCSB, Mar 19, 2011 Batters faced: 37, San Jose State, May 12, 2012; vs New Mexico State, May 26, 2011