3 Ernesto Ortiz
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Chaparral High...was a 4-year letterwinner in baseball...named to All-Region second team all four years...finished high school career with a .330 average, 20 doubles, 11 triples and 58 RBI.
ERNESTO ORTIZ' COLLEGIATE CAREER
FRESHMAN (2009): Started all 54 games at shortstop...finished third on team with 15 doubles and 23 walks...hit .257 with three home runs and 23 RBI...scored 39 runs and stole one base...produced team-best 12-game hitting streak Feb. 28-Mar. 20...picked up first career hit in season-opener against University of Nevada Feb. 20...had a triple, two RBI and scored twice in Feb. 21 win over No. 10 Univeristy of Missouri...went 3-for-5 with three RBI, two runs scored and two doubles in win over No. 10 Missouri Feb. 22...hit first career home run Mar. 14 in game two of doubleheader against Utah Valley University...had two hits, scored twice and stole first career base in win over Univeristy of Washington Apr. 6...hit solo home run at University of Portland Apr. 17...had three doubles and scored three times vs. Universtiy of Arizona Apr. 20...went 2-for-3 with a solo homer in win over Loyola Marymount University May 15...recorded two hits and scored twice in game one win during West Coast Conference Championship Series over LMU...went 2-for-5 with three RBI, three runs scored and a double in win over No. 29 Georgia Southern Univeristy at NCAA Regional.
Misc: 3.2 high school GPA...earned All-West Coast Collegiate Baseball League honorable mention after hitting .292 with Spokane Riverhawks as an incoming freshman in the summer of 2008.
06/06/2018 - Schubert, Legumina Selected On Day Three of MLB Draft
06/06/2018 - Baseball's Yake Named to Collegiate Baseball's Freshman All-America Team
06/05/2018 - Daniel Bies Selected in the Seventh Round of the 2018 MLB Draft
06/04/2018 - Baseball's Pinorini, Trube Named NCAA All-Region
06/03/2018 - Baseball's Season Ends with 10-4 Loss to No. 18 UCLA
06/02/2018 - Baseball Stays Alive with 8-2 Win Over Canisius
06/01/2018 - Baseball Drops Heartbreaker vs. UCLA, 6-5