12 - Jimmy Jolicoeur
Jimmy Jolicoeur
Born: 05/28/1987
Height: 6-2
Weight: 215
Hometown: Covina, Calif.
High School: Bishop Amat HS
Position: RHP
Bats/Throws: R/R
EXP: 4V

2010

The only Matador pitcher to receive honors from the conference office, Jimmy Jolicoeur finished his senior season with a 3.70 ERA, the eighth-lowest in the Big West, held opposing batters to a .238 batting average, the fifth lowest amongst all conference pitchers, and finished tied for sixth place in the conference with four saves ... led the team with his 3.70 ERA, 29 appearances, .238 opposing batting average, and four saves ... finished second behind teammate Paul Tremlin for this highest win total on the pitching staff ... also struckout 39 batters in his 56.0 innings on the mound ... entering his senior season with a combined three saves, the Covina, Calif. native more than doubled his career save total this season, finishing his time at CSUN with seven saves ... has now earned a spot alongside three other pitchers for tenth place in the single-season record books with his four-save effort, and now occupies fifth-place all-time with his seven total saves ... struckout two batters vs. Pepperdine (2/26) ... earned his first win of the season vs. Pepperdine (2/28) ... fanned three batters in his 2.0 innings pitched to earn CSUN's first save of the season vs. Connecticut (3/8) ... earned his second save of the season vs. ECU (3/10) ... pitched 1.0 innings vs. LMU (3/14) and struckout two of the three batters faced ... allowed only two hits in his 2.0 innings pitched at Seattle (3/19) ... earned his third save of the season in CSUN's 6-4 win at Seattle (3/20, Gm. 2) ... pitched 1.0 inning in-relief and did not allow a run or hit vs. Sacramento State (3/28) ... had one strikeout in his one inning pitched vs. Albany (3/29) ... did not give up one hit in his 3.0 innings pitched vs. UC Irvine (4/3) ... earned his second win in his first start of the season, pitching six innings, while striking out five and only allowing a run vs. Cal State Bakersfield (4/11) ... threw two innings of shutout baseball and earned his third win vs. Cal Poly (4/16) ... struckout two and earned his second in as many days vs. Cal Poly (4/17) ... gave up just one hit in two innings at Pacific (4/24) ... allowed only one hit in his 2.0 innings in-relief vs. UC Davis (4/30) ... struckout two batters in 4.1 innings pitched in his second start of the season vs. UC Davis (5/2) ... gave up just one run while striking out five batters in four innings at UC Santa Barbara (5/7) ... pitched the final inning of CSUN's 11-8 win at UNLV (5/18) ... earned his team-high fourth save with his 2.2 innings pitched vs. Long Beach State (5/23) ... allowed only one hit at Cal State Fullerton (5/29).

2009

Pitched 1.1 innings in relief vs. Loyola Marymount (2/24) ... struck out six batters and earned his first win in relief vs. Texas Tech (3/1) ... threw 2.1 innings of no-hit ball vs. San Jose State (3/13) ... allowed only two hits in 2.1 innings vs. San Jose State (3/14) ... pitched 2.0 innings and did not allow one hit en route to earning his first save of the season in game two of a doubleheader vs. Columbia (3/21) ... earned his second save of the season vs. UNLV (3/31) ... struckout all three batters faced in his 1.0 innings in-relief at USC (4/7) ... allowed only one hit in-relief vs. Cal State Fullerton (4/9) ... did not allow a hit vs. Cal State Fullerton in relief (4/11) ... fanned two batters in his 1.0 inning pitched vs. UC Riverside (4/25) ... struckout one batter in 1.0 innings pitched at UNLV (4/29) ... struckout a combined four batters in a collective 3.0 innings pitched, and allowed only one hit vs. USC (5/9-10) ... struckout two batters in 1.0 inning pitched vs. Pacific (5/15) ... struckout two batters in 0.2 innings pitched at Cal State Bakersfield (5/19) ... threw a combined 3.0 innings at UC Davis appearing in each of the three games played and allowed only two total hits (5/22-24) ... in 29 appearances Jolicoeur struckout 39 batters and finished the season with two saves.

2008

Jolicoeur started in all six games he appeared in last season, and received a medical redshirt after suffering a season-ending injury ... compiled a 1-3 record, pitched 30.1 innings, and collected 13 strikeouts ... only allowed five hits and struck out three batters in 7.0 innings pitched vs. Liberty (3/14).

2007

Jolicoeur was the Matadors' Saturday starter in 2007, compiling a record of 5-3 in 11 starts ... was third on the team with a 4.65 ERA and 44 strikeouts ... led the team with five wins ... tossed a season-high eight innings in a victory against Texas Pan-Am on Feb. 10, allowing zero earned runs seven hits ... recorded eight strikeouts vs. Washington on Mar. 17 ... allowed just four hits on two occasions, Feb. 3 at Pacific and Mar. 30 vs. Cal State Fullerton.

2006

Jolicoeur appeared in 19 games for the Matadors, making three starts ... posted a 3.53 ERA and .228 BAA, best among pitchers with more than 5.0 innings ... earned one win, pitching 2.2 innings in relief May 26 at Cal Poly, a shutout effort with four strikeouts, a season-high ... pitched 4.1 shutout innings May 13 at UC Riverside, ringing up three strikeouts ... got a start on Apr. 11 at San Diego, pitching four shutout innings and allowing just three hits ... surrendered just two home runs in 35.2 innings of work ... earned a save vs. San Diego, getting the final out in a 10-6 win.

BISHOP AMAT HIGH SCHOOL

Jolicoeur competed in both baseball and basketball at Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, Calif. ... earned second team All-Serra League honors as a pitcher/outfielder in 2003 and 2004 ... also earned varsity letters as a power forward/center on the Lancer basketball squad ... graduated in 2005 with a 3.2 grade point average.

PERSONAL

Born May 28, 1987 in Covina, Calif. ... parents are Karen and Terry Jolicoeur ... has two brothers, Shawn and John ... favorites include the Los Angeles Angels, Roger Clemens and actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie ... favorite television show is "CSI" and favorite movie is "The Natural" ... says the best thing about being an athlete is competing against other athletes.