9 Mitchell Gunsolus
2014: Started all 55 games as a junior…led team with 43 walks, 38 runs, 12 doubles, and four triples…moved into 7th on all-time career triples list (10 at end of 2014)…added 58 hits and 23 RBIs…saw 12 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games…reached base in 53 games, including each of the first 43 for the longest reach-base streak on the team…collected season-high four hits Feb. 21 vs. Notre Dame and Feb. 23 vs. Incarnate Word…first multi-hit game came March 2 vs. Oklahoma…scored season-high three runs May 17 vs. Pepperdine.
2013: Appeared and started in a team-high 54 games…all a third base…went a team-high 61-for-212 for a .288 batting average...scored 38 times and drove in 21 RBI…hit seven doubles and six triples…walked a team-high 33 times…had 15 multiple hit games…team-high .394 bon base percentage…opened 2013 at Utah Valley and went 3-for-3…2-for-4 with a run scored at Arizona State (Mar. 3)…2-for-5 with 2 RBI at Hawaii (Mar. 8)…2-for-4 with an RBI at Loyola Marymount (Mar. 30)…2-for-3 at Pepperdine (Apr. 20) with 2 walks…3-for-5 at Santa Clara (May 5) with two runs scored.
2012: Appeared in 15 games with 12 starts at third base. . . Hit .186 (8-for-43) with 3 RBI. . . Walked 5 times, Struck out 11 times. . . First hit against Loyola Marymount (4/27/12). . . Went 2-for-4 against Saint Mary’s (5/6/12) with an RBI.
Inglemoor High School: Played shortstop for three years at Inglemoor…...as a junior, batted .375 with 3 home runs, 22 RBI and scored 31 runs...named First Team All-Kingco as a shortstop...also played three years of football for the Vikings, earning First Team All-Kingco as well...member of Honor Society...took second in state DECA competition in sports management.
Club Experience: Played Club ball for Chaffey Baseball out of Seattle.
Personal: Parents are Jill and Roy…has two sisters named Simone and Malia…majoring in business administration focusing on marketing…cousin Greg Peavy plays in the Minnesota Twins organization…goal is to be a professional baseball player then become involved with the business side of sports…chose Gonzaga because the of the athletic facilities, especially the beautiful natural grass field at Patterson Baseball Complex…also enjoys the small community and family feel of the university and ow upfront and honest the coaching staff was during recruitment...has a screw in the right side of his jaw.
03/13/2018 - Baseball Suffers 6-3 Loss at Oregon
03/12/2018 - Baseball Hits Road to Oregon, Seattle U
03/11/2018 - Baseball Takes Rice Series with 10-2 Win
03/10/2018 - Baseball Splits Doubleheader at Rice
03/09/2018 - Baseball Holds Off Rice, 7-5, in Series Opener
03/08/2018 - Baseball Travels to Rice For Four-Game Set
03/05/2018 - Baseball Wins Fourth Straight, Defeats Sac St. 6-3
Baseball03/17/2018Baseball03/16/2018Women's Basketball02/24/2018Women's Basketball02/22/2018