NEVADA: Expected to be the ace of the Nevada staff in his third season in the program...180 career strikeouts ranks ninth on the career list...16 career wins is two shy of cracking the top 10 list...earned Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-American and second team WAC honors in 2001 after winning 10 games.
2002(So.): Posted a 6-8 record in his second season with the Pack...17 starts led the team and six wins tied for the team high...lone relief appearance was scoreless outing vs. Pacific pitching two thirds of an inning...struck out 104 which tied him for seventh in the WAC...104 K’s was the fifth best single season for a Pack pitcher ...ranked in several WAC pitching categories: starts(17,T2nd), batters struck out looking(34,5th), innings pitched(110,7th), strike outs per game(8.51,7th), and innings per game(6.11,9th)...pitched the first shutout of his career at Hawai`i allowing five hits and striking out eight...two double digit strike out performances of 11 tied for the team single season game high...recorded a strikeout in 16-of-17 games.
2001(Fr.): Named to Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-American team and WAC second team...led the team with 10 wins suffering just three losses...the 10 victories tied for the second most in the WAC...10th win came in relief in the final game of the season against Arizona State when he pitched four innings allowing three hits and one run in the Pack’s 6-4 victory...won four straight starts at one point and six of seven...recorded a victory versus four-of-six WAC schools...was 3-0 against Rice(1-0) and Fresno State(2-0) the top two teams in the conference that advanced to the NCAA Tournament...third on the squad with a 5.13ERA...101.2 innings pitched was second on the team and ninth in the WAC...tied Darrell Rasner for the team lead with two complete games...pitched back-to-back complete games defeating, Fresno State, 5-4 and TCU, 7-3...struck out 12 batters in the TCU victory which tied for the team season high...four runners picked off was second in the conference...pitched an average of 5.98 innings per game to rank sixth in the WAC.
HIGH SCHOOL: Member of North Coast Section Championship Team in 1998 at Monte Vista High School...First-team East Bay Area League selection as a senior...played in the California North-South All-Star game...helped guide the Danville Legion team to the National Championship...named to Legion World Series all-tournament team after posting a 2-0 record pitching 15.2 innings...posted a 10-2 record for the Danville Legion baseball team the summer after his senior season.
PERSONAL: Business major...born Dec. 24, 1981...son of Lou and Kristi Miramontes...lists ping pong, billiards, and video games as his hobbies.
Miramontes' Career Statistics