UNLV Baseball posts five wins during six-game homestand, including Wednesday’s 8-7 come-from-behind triumph over Portland.
No. 26 UNLV Baseball gets three hits from Bryson Stott in 5-3 loss to Grand Canyon.
No. 25 UNLV Baseball completes season sweep of Utah with 3-0 win in Salt Lake City.
No. 19 UNLV Baseball takes game one of the Mountain West series against San Diego State, 4-3, Friday night.
No. 19 UNLV Baseball scored seven runs in final two innings to run away from Arizona State, 10-3, for third win against a Pac-12 squad this season.
2016: Started 34 of 45 contests played in with 23 starts at shortstop, seven in right field and four as the designated hitter ... Batted .246 with 35 hits, nine of which went for extra bases (eight doubles and one home run) ... Knocked in 17 RBI and scored 23 runs ... Had a .324 slugging percentage and a .314 on-base percentage ... Had seven multiple-hit games, which included a season-high three hits on three occasions: Fresno State (March 18), Grand Canyon (March 22) and Air Force (April 17) ... Had four multiple-RBI games, which included a season-high three RBI against UC Irvine (May 3) ... Owned one hitting streak of five games and began against San Jose State (May 1) and produced a .462 batting average, six hits, seven RBI and three runs ... Had one game-winning hit, an RBI double against San Jose State (May 1) ... Scored the game-winning run once ... Walked 15 times ... Stole one base in two attempts.
2015: Started 44 of 53 contests played in with 27 starts at third base, eight at shortstop, five as the designated hitter and four at second base ... Batted .270 with 43 hits, six of which went for extra bases (five doubles and one triple) ... Knocked in 22 RBI and scored 15 runs ... Had a .314 slugging percentage and a .316 on-base percentage ... Had eight multiple-hit games, which included a season-high three hits against Northwestern (March 20) ... Had seven multiple-RBI games, which included a season-high five RBI against Northwestern (G2/March 21) ... Owned two hitting streaks of at least five games ... The first streak began against Pacific (Feb. 22), lasted five games, and produced a .357 batting average, five hits, two RBI and one run ... The second streak began against Air Force (March 15), lasted seven games, and produced a .379 batting average, 11 hits, three multiple-hit games, seven RBI and three runs ... Had two game-winning hits/RBI: a one-run single against UC Riverside (April 28) and one-run sacrifice bunt against San Jose State (G2/May 15) ... Scored the game-winning run once ... Walked 10 times ... Stole nine bases in 12 attempts.
High School: A 2014 graduate of Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo. ... A three-year letterwinner under Chuck Gillman ... Named the Jefferson County 5A League MVP as a senior ... Named to the 2014 All-Colorado baseball team by the Denver Post ... Earned Perfect Game West Region honorable mention ... Hit .527 as a senior with five home runs and 28 RBI ... Helped lead the Rebels to a 19-2 record and an appearance in the 5A District 3 championship game ... Earned all-conference honorable mention as a junior after hitting .340 with 14 RBI and a home run ... Helped the Rebels capture a conference title as a sophomore ... Earned second team all-conference honors as a sophomore ... Also was a two-year letterwinner in wrestling, but decided to focus on baseball following sophomore year ... Majoring in economics.
Personal: Austin Natron Anderson was born in Denver, Colo. ... The son of Michelle and Patrick Anderson ... Has two sisters, Cammie and Kyla, and two brothers Jacob and Matthew ... Majoring in business administration.