Nevada 2011 (Jr.): Third baseman who was the only Nevada player to start all 55 games at the same position in 2011 ... hit .257 with two doubles, one triple, three home runs and 33 RBI and posted a .353 on-base percentage in 187 at-bats ... 10 multi-RBI games led the Pack ... 12 multi-hit games were fourth most ... 33 RBI were second most on the team to Brock Stassi's 34 ... led the Pack with 10 stolen bases in 13 attempts ... with Nevada trailing 10-9 against Seattle (4/9) with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, he hit a two-run walk-off home run to give Nevada a 11-10 victory ... tied a career-high of three RBI three times against Utah Valley (4/2), New Mexico State (4/21) and Hawai'i (5/7, Gm.1) ... three walks versus New Mexico State (5/26) set a new career high ... hit .444 going 8-for-18 with one RBI, one run scored and one double during a season-high five-game hit streak in the first five games of the season ... earned second Nevada letter.
2010 (So): Played in 49 games his first season at Nevada, earning all 41 of his starts at third base...hit .296 with three home runs, 10 doubles, two triples and 30 RBI...had a season high four hits vs. Seattle (4/2)...had 12 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games...seven sacrifice bunts were a team high and third best in the WAC...had a season high six at-bats vs. Santa Clara (2/20) and Hawai'i (5/2)... had three five game hit streaks...hit .381 with one home run, one triple, eight hits and eight RBI from 5/2 to 5/9 in most recent streak...earned first Nevada letter.
San Joaquin Delta College Attended San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, Calif. for two years but played just one in 2009 for coach Reed Peters...started 54 games and hit .271 with 32 runs scored, 54 hits, five doubles, a triple, a home run and drove in 30 runs for the 35-19 Mustangs...helped the 2009 squad to a first place Northern Cal finish and second place finish in the state of California.
High School Lettered two years in baseball for coach Jack Thompson at Sierra High School in Manteca, Calif. and also lettered twice in football...baseball and football team captain...baseball team MVP...first-team All-Valley Oak League baseball selection... named senior all around athlete...played in county all-star baseball game...student body treasurer.
Personal Community health scienes major...born February 24, 1989...son of David and Barbara Yrigoyen...in his free time likes to fish, shoot, snowboard, wakeboard, travel and swim...career highlight was hitting his first home run which put his team on top as they went on to win the game.