|Mariscal's Career Statistics|
After a shaky first outing, did not allow an earned run in any of last three appearances ... got a pair of outs in a tight 5-4 defeat at UC Irvine ... hurled a perfect inning in the victory over Amherst ... season came to an abrupt end when he injured his thumb in the weight room.
Did not allow an earned run in three of his six appearances on the mound ... Dartmouth was 5-1 in those games ... held Indiana to just one tally in his first outing of the year which lasted a season-long two innings ... twice tossed a scoreless frame in victories over UMBC.
Injury kept him off the mound most of the year ... only appearance was one perfect inning in the 14-4 triumph over Williams.
Made collegiate debut at Duke, striking out the only batter he faced ... shut down Santa Clara for two innings on one hit and one walk ... entered a 6-5 ball game with two on and two out in the seventh at Columbia, and preserved the lead by getting the final out ... earned first collegiate victory by keeping Siena off the board for 1.2 innings right before the offense exploded for a five-run eighth in an 8-6 win ... tossed three scoreless frames at Boston College, his longest stint of the year, allowing three hits and a walk while whiffing two.
Three-year letterwinner at El Capitan for coach Steve Vickery ... voted by teammates as the team’s outstanding pitcher as a senior, posting a 0.93 ERA in 37.2 conference innings ... also named to All-Grossmont Conference Second Team ... team went 23-10-1 against an extremely challenging schedule that featured six games against teams ranked among the top 20 nationally ... at the plate hit .321 during the regular season ... selected for San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team as a junior and senior ... honor roll all four years ... National Society of High School Scholars.
Son of Ricardo and Elvia and has a younger brother, Alex (16) ... born Oct. 21, 1990 in La Mesa, Calif. ... first in his family to play college athletics ... interested in studying computer science ... played at the same high school as former major league catcher Jason Phillips ... volunteered for several camps and performed maintenance work at the high school and surrounding parks.