|| Ryan Kissick
General: Looking for playing time primarily in the outfield or as a designated hitter Has returned to the field after suffering a serious ankle injury during practice late in the 2004 campaign A versatile and solid player that was impressive with his ability to swing the bat during fall practice Makes good contact with a little gap power.
As A Sophomore in 2005: Has not played.
Individual Game Notes (2005)
High School: A 2003 graduate of Harvard-Westlake School Earned 2003 All-Mission League honors Batted .375 as a senior and .350 as a junior Helped his team to the 2003 CIF Southern Section championship game at Edison Field, home of the Anaheim Angels A three-time recipient of the CIF Academic Award Won his high school's 2003 Varsity Coaches Award for academic and athletic leadership Graduated with a 4.43 GPA A member of the National Cum Laude Society Earned National AP Scholar honors Coached by Tim Cunningham.
As A Freshman In 2004: A member of the team but did not see any game action.
Other Amateur Baseball: Did not play baseball in the summer of 2004 due to the serious ankle injury he suffered near the end of the 2004 collegiate season.
MLB First-Year Player Draft: Has never been drafted.
Getting To Know Ryan Kissick
|Parents:||John and Kathy Kissick|
|Major:||Planning to major in Human Biology|
|I would describe myself as:||Dedicated yet willing to have fun|
|Favorite Pro Sports Team:||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Favorite Pro Sports Athlete:||Eric Gagne|
|Best Advice Received:||When you are feeling down, remember the opportunities you have been given and look at things on the bright side|
|I would like to be remembered at Stanford for:||My hard work and optimistic attitude|
|Earliest Baseball Memory:||Playing organized tee-ball at the local recreation center with his dad as the coach|
| Did You Know:||Ryan is an experienced scuba diver who also enjoys underwater and land photography|
Last Updated: 10/12/05