Nathan Reisnour

Number: 13
Position: Pitcher/Third Base
Class: Sophomore
Height: 6’0”
Major: Biology and Business
Hometown: Burlington, WA
Previous School: Saint Augustine’s University

College: Reisnour is entering his first season playing for the Red Hawks. He is a transfer from Saint Augustine’s University.

High School: Reisnour played three years of varsity baseball at Burlington Edison High School, where he won the Golden Arm Award in 2010.

He also played American Legion baseball in Washington. In the 2012 Washington American Legion State AA Tournament, Reisnour was named MVP, batted .619, and had a .714 OBP, five RBI, eight RUNS, and three stolen bases. He also pitched for two wins and had 18 strikeouts in 10 innings pitched.

He played club baseball for Rijo athletics teams. He pitched for the Rijo Elite against community colleges in 2011 and was selected to play for the Rijo Las Vegas Team in October 2011.

His other baseball honors include being listed in the MLB Draft Guide: 2013 Draft Prospect List and on the BBNW 2013 Player Watch List, selected to USA Baseball NTIS USA Championship Team in June 2012 and playing in the USA Baseball NTIS in August 2012. He was named to the Bobby Valentine U16 National All-American Baseball Team.

He was also selected to attend the Stanford Elite Pitching Academy in winter 2011 and was selected and participated in Baseball Factory Pirate City World Series, Tampa Florida series 1 in August 2010. He was 2009 bronze medal winning pitcher in People to People Sports Ambassador World Series in Vienna, Austria. He was ranked 29th in the state of Washington for Perfect Game Baseball in 2013.

As part of the Baseball Northwest program, Reisnour was the winning pitcher Baseball North West Championship game against Metro Oregon in 2011. He was selected for Baseball Northwest Championship Tournament teams in 2009- 2012.

Personal: Nathan is the son of Stephen and Kriston Reisnour. His hobbies include snowboarding and other outdoor activities. He also enjoys volunteering his time in his community, including severing in the Skagit Valley Hospital Junior Medical Volunteer Program from 2009-2013 and Project Homeless Connect for at Skagit Valley Community College in 2010 and 2011.

Reason for coming to Simpson: "I chose to go to Simpson because of the positive environment. I believe in this environment I will excel both academically and athletically."