Record number of Wolf Pack student-athletes set graduate at University Commencement ceremonies this week
65 Wolf Pack student-athletes to earn degrees
Nevada has graduated nearly 700 student-athletes over past decade.
Tribute highlights celebration of Wolf Pack students, athletically and academically.
Blueberg earns victory
Pack plays Friday at 11 a.m.
Nevada vs. Fresno State - Mountain West Championship
Nevada vs. New Mexico - MW Championship
Nevada vs. San Jose State
2014 Senior Day Nevada vs. New Mexico
San Diego State vs. Nevada
Four-year letter winner at Nevada with 208 career games played … Made his 200th career start in a victory against Air Force … Among active Division I players, ranks fourth in career hit by pitch … Will receive a degree from Nevada in Public Health.
2015 (Sr.): Started in 50 games in the regular season … Posted a .970 fielding percentage at shortstop and helped Nevada rank in the top five nationally in double plays … Batting .256 with 43 hits, 37 runs, 27 RBI and three home runs … Ranks fifth in the conference in hit by pitch (13) … Batting .262 in league games … In his 200th career start, went 3-of-4 with one run and one RBI with a season-high three hits in a victory against Air Force … Posted 13 multi-hit games … Tallied a season-high four RBI in a victory at San Jose State … Helped lead the Wolf Pack to a regular season Mountain West title … Letter winner.
2014 (Jr.): One of two players to start in all 58 games on the season, making 55 starts at shortstop ... Was one of the top defensive shortstops in the Mountain West with 96 putouts, 152 assists and a .939 fielding percentage ... Closed the season with a .244 batting average (47-of-193) with 47 hits, 32 runs scored and 27 RBI ... Ranked third on the team with 13 doubles ... Added a .383 slugging percentage ... His 13 sacrifices rank seventh best in a season in Wolf Pack history ... Was successful in six-of-nine steal attempts ... Had a season-best three hits on four occasions ... Tallied a season-high three RBI against Fresno State and a season-high three runs scored at Utah ... Letter winner.
2013 (So.): Played in 46 games and started 45 all at shortstop ... Batted .216 with 13 RBI and four doubles ... Tied for third on the team with five stolen bases ... Career-highs with three hits against Pacific on Apr. 23 and three RBI at San Diego State on Apr. 6 ... Hit by pitch a team high 11 times that also tied for seventh in the MW ... Earned second baseball letter.
2012 (Fr.): Made 51 starts in his first season in the program, 49 at shortstop and two at second base ... Committed just 12 errors on the season ... Stretch of 27 games without and error and just two in the final 32 games of the season ... Batted second in the lineup 27 times ... Hit by pitch a WAC high 17 times which ranked 44th nationally ... Ranked 29th nationally with 15 sacrifice bunts ... Longest hit streak was five games ... Earned first baseball letter.
PRIOR TO NEVADA
Earned three varsity letters at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo, Calif. for head coach Bob Zamora ... A part of a 2009 CIF Championship team ... Career .330 average.
Community health sciences major ... Son of Robert and Michelle Hunt ... Enjoys fishing and spending time with his family when he is not playing baseball ... Chose Nevada over Loyola Marymount and San Francisco ... Lists Josh Hamilton as his sports hero.