Kewby Meyer
Kewby  Meyer


Waipahu, Hawai'i

High School:
Kamehameha HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190





Wolf Pack set to graduate 49 student-athletes in spring and summer Commencement

Every Nevada sport represented on graduation list.


Nevada baseball highlight video

Wolf Pack post 31-27 record under first-year head coach Jay Johnson


Brooks earns Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors

Led the Pack with a .330 batting average


Nevada's season ends in extra innings at MW Championship

Pack end year 31-27


Five Nevada players earn Mountain West honors

Byler and Gerig first-team selections


Nevada vs. New Mexico - MW Championship

Nevada vs. New Mexico - MW Championship


San Diego State vs. Nevada

San Diego State vs. Nevada


Nevada vs. San Jose State

Nevada vs. San Jose State


Nevada vs. Fresno State MW Championship

Nevada vs. Fresno State MW Championship


New Mexico at Nevada

New Mexico at Nevada

One of the best pure hitters in program history, ranking second in career doubles (69) and fourth in career hits (273) … Ranks third in Pack history with 217 career games played … A four-year letter winner with 211 career starts … Among active Division I players, leads the nation in career doubles … Will receive a degree from Nevada in Community Health Sciences.

2015 (Sr.): Started in all but one game with 53 starts in the regular season … Ranked fourth on the team and ninth in the Mountain West with a .342 batting average … Posted 78 hits, 58 runs, 54 RBI and 22 doubles … Led the conference in hits while ranking second in doubles, runs and RBI … Named MW Player of the Week on April 20 after batting .600 with 12 hits and 12 RBI in four games … Posted 21 multi-hit games and 15 multi-RBI game in the regular season … Batting .379 in conference games, which ranks second on the team and fourth in the league … Ranks 13th in the nation in doubles … Posted a season-high four hits in three games, a season-high four RBI in three games and a season-high three runs in four games … Hit six home runs to double his career home run total … Lead the Wolf Pack to its first Mountain West title in program history … Letter winner.

2014 (Jr.):
First team All-Mountain West selection ... Only player on the team to start in all 58 games on the season ... Provided the team's second-best batting average of .328 (81-of-247) on the season ... Tallied 81 hits, 48 runs scored and 29 RBI ... Led the team in doubles with 27, while adding two triples, three home runs, 121 total bases and a .490 slugging percentage ... Ranked first in the Mountain West in doubles and eighth in batting average ... Went five-of-six with two runs scored in extra innings win over UC Davis, tallying a season-high five hits ... Batted in a season-high three runners on three occasions ... Defensively, added 92 putouts and a .970 fielding percentage ... Letter winner.

2013 (So.): Played 50 games and started 48 ... Started 27 games at first base, 13 in left field and eight at designated hitter ... Batted .302 with 18 RBI, 11 doubles and two home runs ... Amongst the Wolf Pack: fourth in runs (28), third in doubles (11) and third in hits (55) ... Was named the Mountain West Player of the Week on March 18 after batting .400 (6-of-15) with three runs scored and drove in five ... Had a career-high five hits at Fresno State on May 17 ... Both home runs during the season came in the Northern Illinois series ... Fourth on the team with 13 multi-hit games ... Earned second letter at Nevada.

2012 (Fr.): Earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors after hitting .324 with 23 runs scored, nine doubles two triples, a home run and 34 RBI ... Second-team All-WAC selection ... Made 52 starts and played in 56 games his freshman year ... Starts were at first base (33), in left field (16) and at designated hitter (3) ... Drove in the winning run in his return home to Hawai`i in the top of the 10th of game 2 with a sacrifice fly as the Pack won 4-2 to clinch a tie for the WAC title ... Third on the team with 34 RBI ... Second on the team with 10 multi RBI games and tied for second with 15 multi-hit games ... Lone home run came in the final game at Sacramento State leading off the sixth inning which broke a scoreless tie ... Tripled twice vs. USF (4/17) ... Hit .366 (15-for-41) with six runs scored, two doubles and 11 RBI during a 12-game hit streak that was the second longest on the team ... Lettered for the first time at Nevada.

Earned three varsity letters for head coach Vern Ramie at the Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu, Hawaii... A first-team all-state performer as a first baseman in his sophomore and senior seasons ... First-team honorable mention selection at first base his junior season ... Hit .471 as a junior and .523 as a senior.

Community health sciences major ... Son of Marco and Georgette Meyer ... Father Marco played football at Cal Poly SLO ... Chose Nevada because of the campus atmosphere and the coaching staff ... Likes to rest and spend time with his friends when not on the diamond.

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