Jeff Stone Athlete Profile

#23 Jeff Stone

Jeff Stone
Position: Left Hand Pitcher Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 Roster Years: 1997 | 2000-2002 Hometown: Taylorsville, UT Last School: Taylorsville High School



All-America

  • 1997 Collegiate Baseball Lousville Slugger Freshman
  • 1997 NCBWA Super Smith Third Team

Personal

Born in Anaheim, California...parents are Ken and Suzie... served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to South Korea ... married Lindsay Williams in June, 2001 ... grew up in Federal Way, Washington before moving to Utah to finish his high school career ... threw a perfect game in a little league all star tournament.

At BYU

Signed as a free agent with the Ogden Raptors.SENIOR:His two victories moved him to fourth place in all-time victories at BYU with a 28-16 record ... selected co-captain for BYU ... honored as a scholar-athlete by the Cougar Club ... had good outings against Notre Dame, losing 1-0, and Stanford ... led BYU to an upset over Cal State Northridge in the NCAA Regional at USC ... was the oldest player on the team. JUNIOR: Had a 5-5 record last season with a 6.09 ERA after an MRI and 90-days of immobilization, followed by rehabilitation to his elbow in the off-season ... recorded a save in the 2-1 victory at Cal-Berkeley ... posted a 5-2 record in league action in 55.1 innings last season. SOPHOMORE: Had a 10-5 record in 2000 with a 6.23 ERA, pitching two complete games in 99.2 innings and having 74 strikeouts in the 17 appearances ... had a 6-3 record in MWC action ... named MWC Pitcher of the Week for his victory over the Air Force Academy. FRESHMAN: Named WAC Freshman of the Year in 1997...tied a WAC record with an 8-0 league record...won his first 11 games in 1997...finished with an 11-1 record with a 6.94 ERA...led team with 84.1 innings pitched, losing only his final appearance of the season to Rice in the WAC Playoffs ... has registered complete nine innings games against New Mexico last season, versus UNLV in Las Vegas and Utah at Provo as a sophomore, and at the Air Force Academy as a freshman.

Before BYU

Prepped at Taylorsville High in Utah and Federal Way High in Washington...at Taylorsville he was 10-0 with a 1.82 ERA as a senior...was all-state and struck out 18 in the state championship game..lettered three times in baseball and basketball and was athlete of the year...Utah Gatorade Player of the Year ... coached by Steve Cramblitt.

Summary

Signed as a free agent with the Ogden Raptors.

Stats

Year    ERA    W-L   APP   GS   CG   SV     IP     H    R   ER   BB   SO
1997   6.94   11-1    14   13    1    0   84.1    92   70   65   56   70   
2000   6.23   10-5    17   17    2    0   99.2   126   82   69   53   74   
2001   6.09    5-5    17   14    1    1   85.2   117   68   58   37   52
2002   7.61    2-5    17    9    1    0   62.2    88   66   53   35   25


1997 | Freshman Year

Named WAC Freshman of the Year in 1997...tied a WAC record with an 8-0 league record...won his first 11 games in 1997...finished with an 11-1 record with a 6.94 ERA...led team with 84.1 innings pitched, losing only his final appearance of the season to Rice in the WAC Playoffs ... has registered complete nine innings games against New Mexico last season, versus UNLV in Las Vegas and Utah at Provo as a sophomore, and at the Air Force Academy as a freshman.

2000 | Sophomore Year

Had a 10-5 record in 2000 with a 6.23 ERA, pitching two complete games in 99.2 innings and having 74 strikeouts in the 17 appearances ... had a 6-3 record in MWC action ... named MWC Pitcher of the Week for his victory over the Air Force Academy.

2001 | Junior Year

Had a 5-5 record last season with a 6.09 ERA after an MRI and 90-days of immobilization, followed by rehabilitation to his elbow in the off-season ... recorded a save in the 2-1 victory at Cal-Berkeley ... posted a 5-2 record in league action in 55.1 innings last season.

2002 | Senior Year

His two victories moved him to fourth place in all-time victories at BYU with a 28-16 record ... selected co-captain for BYU ... honored as a scholar-athlete by the Cougar Club ... had good outings against Notre Dame, losing 1-0, and Stanford ... led BYU to an upset over Cal State Northridge in the NCAA Regional at USC ... was the oldest player on the team.