23 Bryan Granger
23 Bryan Granger
Birth Date: 3-11-93
Height: 6-2
Weight: 170
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Hollister, CA
High School: San Benito HS
Position: RHP
Bats/Throws: L/R
Experience: HS

High School: A 2011 graduate of San Benito High School in Hollister ... posted 5-1 record and 2.72 ERA as a senior in 2011 under head coach Michael Luna with 64 strikeouts in 64.1 innings ... three complete games, including no-hitter in 5-0 victory over Salinas in semifinals of CIF-Central Coast Section Division I playoffs ... three walks and seven strikeouts in no-hitter ... earned 7-3 complete-game victories against both Gilroy and Wilcox (San Jose) ... hit .238 with a double, home run and 10 RBI with eight steals in nine attempts ... Haybalers lost to Palo Alto 5-4 in Division I title game, finishing season 22-9 overall and 15-3 for first place in Tri-County League ... Granger earned first-team All-TCL honors and was named league's pitcher of the year ... also named a top-10 pitcher in Northern California and top 50 in the state ... Haybalers won TCL title all four years Granger was on the team ... as a junior Granger was 6-2 with 1.52 ERA, striking out 68 batters in 46 innings with 13 walks en route to first-team all-TCL honors ... earned pair of saves and a no-hitter with 10-strikeout 7-0 victory over Alisal ... three-hit shutout against Milpitas in postseason as San Benito reached quarterfinal round and finished 21-7 overall ... pitched in Bay Area World Series in Santa Clara as well as Rawlings NorCal World Series in Stockton ... named all-tournament at both showcases ... recruited by San Jose State, Santa Clara, UC Santa Barbara, Cal, Long Beach State, Army, UC Davis and Sacramento State, choosing Cal Poly "because of the coaching staff, the location and my major."

Personal: Son of Mike and Sylvia Granger ... father played baseball at San Francisco State while uncle Dave Granger was a baseball player at Cal ... one brother, Brandon ... hobbies include hunting and fishing ... wants to play professional baseball ... born March 11, 1993, in Hollister, Calif. ... majors in wine and viticulture.