|| Logan Ardis
Seasons At Stanford: 2004-05
Complete Final Career Stats
General: Knocking on the door to get some quality innings this season after showing tremendous improvement during an excellent fall campaign Has a fastball that runs close to 90 mph with a sharp breaking ball A hard worker that is expected to continue to improve as he gains collegiate experience.
As A Sophomore In 2005: Has not pitched.
Individual Game Notes (2005)
As A Freshman In 2004: A member of the team but did not see any game action.
High School: A 2003 graduate of Beyer High School Twice selected to the First Team All-Central California Conference squad and Second Team All-District team (2002, '03) Named Team MVP as a freshman in 2000 and won the Coaches Award in 2003 Posted a 7-2 record and 1.20 ERA during his senior campaign Set a school record for lowest single-season opponents batting average (.110) in 2003 and finished with a career .121 opponents batting average Tossed two prep no-hitters versus Atwater and Davis Led his team to two CCC runner-up showings (2002, '03) Two-time member of the All-CCC Academic Team (2002, '03) Graduated with a 4.17 GPA Coached by Dale Mead, Mike McNeil and Paul Cornwell.
Other Amateur Baseball: Pitched for the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox of the California Coastal League in the summer of 2004, going 2-2 with a 4.37 ERA and striking out 19 batters in 22.2 innings as the team put together a 39-15 overall mark Played four previous summers for the Stanislaus Heat Led his team to a title at the 2003 Firecracker Classic in Long Beach and to the 2003 U. S. Amateur Baseball Federation 16-and-under championship Ranked as the No. 4 prospect at the 2002 Team One West Showcase Struck out nine batters in 3.0 innings at the 2002 Team One National Showcase.
MLB First-Year Player Draft: Has never been drafted.
Getting To Know Logan Ardis
|Parents:||Bill and Marnie Ardis|
|Major:||Considering a major in Economics and hoping to continue on to Law School|
|Athletic Father:||Father played collegiate baseball and football at San Jose State, where he was a pitcher and quarterback|
|Favorite Pro Sports Team:||Atlanta Braves|
|Favorite Pro Sports Athlete:||John Smoltz|
|Earliest Baseball Memory:||Playing baseball at his house when he was three years old|
Last Updated: November 7, 2005