Braden Shipley
Braden  Shipley


Medford, Ore.

High School:
North Medford HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 190





Friedl inks record deal with Cincinnati

Receives record $735,000 signing bonus


Nevada picked fifth in preseason Mountain West baseball poll

Byler named to preseason team


Honors Continue For Shipley

Second-Team ABCA Rawlings West Region Selection


McMinn Selected On Day Three Of MLB Draft

Mets Select Pack Right-Hander


Shipley Selected 15th By Arizona Diamondbacks

Highest Drafted Nevada Athlete


New Mexico at Nevada

New Mexico at Nevada


Nevada vs. Fresno State - MW Championship

Nevada vs. Fresno State - MW Championship


Northern Illinois at Nevada

Northern Illinois at Nevada

Selected as the 15th overall pick of the 2013 MLB Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks ... Highest selected athlete in the history of Nevada athletics ... A pair of Wolf Pack basketball players Kirk Snyder (2005) and Luke Babbitt (2011) were picked 16th in the first round.

Named Mountain West Co-Pitcher of the Year as a junior after earning WAC Pitcher of the Year honors his sophomore season ... First-team all-conference the last two seasons in two different conferences ... Posted a 17-7 career record that is the ninth best winning percentage (.708) in school history ...  Ranks sixth in school history with 203 career strikeouts.

2013 (Jr.): Named Mountain West Co-Pitcher of the Year and to the MW first team after posting a 7-3 record with a 2.77 ERA ... Led the team in wins and ERA ... Went 5-3 with a 2.76 ERA in MW play ... Four 10 strikeout games; at New Mexico, vs. Northern Illinois, at Utah Valley and at Fresno State ... Struck out 102 which ranks as the seventh best season in school history and was second in the MW ... As of June 2 he ranked 27th in strikeouts (102), 91st in strikeouts per nine innings (8.55), 81st in hits allowed per nine innings (7.04) and 117th in WHIP (1.1) in NCAA I ... Made 15 starts on the season of which 12 were quality outings pitching six or more innings and allowing three or fewer runs ... Second in the MW in ERA (2.77), innings pitched (107.1) and opponent batting average (.218) while being tied for fourth with seven wins ... Led the MW with 71.2 innings pitched in conference play and was second in opponent batting average (.211) and strikeouts (61) and fourth in ERA (2.76) in conference action ... Recorded his 100th strikeout of the season and 200th of his career against Fresno State in the first game of the MW Championship ... Named to the MW preseason team ... Pack's designated hitter at home verus San Francisco and struck out twice ... Earned third letter. 2012 (So.): After playing primarily shortstop his freshman year became the Pack's ace on the mound as a sophomore going 9-4 with a WAC best 2.20 ERA ... Earned WAC Pitcher of the Year honors and was first-team all-conference selection ... Led the WAC in ERA (2.20), opponent batting average (.212) and wins (9) ... Second in the conference in innings pitched (98.1) and third in strikeouts (88) ... Of his 15 starts 12 were quality starts going six or more innings and allowing three or less earned runs ... Two addition starts were close to qualifying as he pitched five shutout innings in the season opener and was two outs vs. Loyola Marymount from pitching six innings ... Ranked 40th nationally in ERA ... Two complete game nine inning victories vs. SJSU allowing a run on six hits in nine innings and at the WAC Tournament giving up three runs on five hits ... Struck out a career-high 12 at Hawai'i in seven innings but was tagged with the loss as the Pack fell 2-0 ... WAC Pitcher of the Week after tossing eight shutout innings and allowing three hits in a 3-2 victory over LA Tech ... Saw action in six games with four starts in the field ... Earned second letter. Summer: Named top prospect in the Alaska League by Perfect Game while playing for the Anchorage Bucs ... Went 1-2 with seven saves and a 2.44 ERA ...  First-team all-league reliever. 2011 (Fr.): Hitting: Two-way player who appeared in 46 games, starting 44 at shortstop and two on the mound in his first year with the Wolf Pack ... Hit .287 with seven doubles, one triple, home run and 19 RBI ... Had nine multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games ... Stole four bases in five attempts ... Had the 11th highest average in WAC play at .344 ... Went 3-for-4 with a season-high four RBI and a three-run home run versus Hawai'i ... Earned second-team All-WAC shortstop honors. Pitching: Struck out 13 batters in 10.1 innings ... Got the start in the Pack's final game of the regular season at San Jose State, giving up four runs on six hits in 2.2 innings of work in a no-decision ... Earned his first career win vs. UC Davis ... First start of the season was vs. San Francisco State and he earned a no-decision going two innings, allowing no runs, two hits and striking out four Gator hitters.

Three-time letter winner in baseball at North Medford High School in Medford, Ore. for Coach Brett Wolfe ... Won Oregon state championship in 2007 ... Earned third team all-state and first team All-Southwest Conference honors ... Posted a 1.20 ERA with 88 strikeouts in 62 innings.

General studies major... Son of Michael Shipley ... Enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with family ... Chose to attend Nevada over Oregon State.

Hits: 3, Hawai`i, May 05, 2011 ; vs New Mexico State, May 26, 2011
Doubles: 2, at San Jose State, May 20, 2011
Triples: 1, UNLV, Mar 06, 2011
Home runs: 1, New Mexico State, Apr 22, 2011
Total bases: 5, New Mexico State, Apr 22, 2011
RBI: 4, Hawai`i, May 05, 2011
Runs scored: 3, New Mexico State, Apr 22, 2011
Walks: 2, New Mexico State, Apr 22, 2011
Hit by pitch: 1, Sacramento State, May 15, 2011
At bats: 4, 15 times
Stolen bases: 1, 4 times
Innings pitched: 9.0, San Jose State, May 11, 2012 ; vs LA Tech, May 23, 2012
Strikeouts: 12, at Hawai`i, May 17, 2012
Batters faced: 36, vs Louisiana Tech, May 23, 2012
Putouts: 5, at Louisiana Tech, Apr 30, 2011
Assists: 7, at Sacramento State, Apr 22, 2012

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