Will Hibbs
Will  Hibbs


Friendswood, Texas

High School:
Friendswood HS

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 235





•Second-highest win total for the Cardinals on a 5-3 record
• second-most starts, 14 and innings pitched, 78.0
• team-high 51 strikeouts
• turned out a 6.1 inning shutout effort with three strikeouts and seven hits allowed to get his first win against LIU-Brooklyn on Feb. 22
• took an eight-inning no-decision against at Southeastern La., on March 14, gave up three runs on four hits
• Earned back-to-back wins against at Abilene Christian (April 4) and New Orleans (April 11)
• six innings at Abilene with two runs allowed (one allowed) on three hits
• 7.2 innings versus New Orleans with one run and four hits
• earned his fifth win at Oral Roberts on six inning pitched, eight hits allowed, two runs given up and eight strikeouts. 
•Made 12 appearances with three starts 
•Finished season with a 1-0 record and 7.17 earned run average 
•Struck out 17 over 21.1 innings 
•Made collegiate debut against Northern Kentucky, tossing three scoreless frames to earn first career victory 
•Struck out three in 1.1 innings of work in March 13 win over Texas Southern 
•Pitched a pair of innings without giving up a run in win vs. Houston Baptist on March 19 
•Gave up two runs in a season-best 4.1 innings vs. Oral Roberts on May 5 
•Did not surrender an earned run in five appearances and recorded a strikeout in seven.
High School 
•Played for head coach Charlie Taylor at Friendswood High School 
•Named 2012 Preseason All-American as a senior 
•Carried 5-2 record as senior with three saves and a 0.18 ERA 
•Pitched 46 innings and struck out 60 
•Was also an all-district recipient as both a junior and a senior 
•Earned 2010 Regional Finals MVP 
•Played basketball in high school as well, earning all-district honors. 
•Born William M. Hibbs on October 27, 1993 in San Antonio, Texas 
•Son of Roger and LilaJan Hibbs 
•Father played for Temple College and signed with the San Francisco Giants.


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