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6-2 / 190
Commodores face Bar Carry and Fitness Test on first day
Series opens Thursday night at 6:30 p.m.
Vanderbilt returning plenty of talent
Kemp, Norwood homer in victory
Reynolds hits first career home run in win
June 3, 2013
May 31, 2013
May 25, 2013
May 24, 2013
May 23, 2013
Career Game Highs
Innings Pitched: 1.2, 3/14/12 vs. Siena
Strikeouts: 2, 3/14/12 vs. Siena
Hits Allowed: 3, 3/14/12 vs. Siena
Walks Allowed: 2, 3/14/12 vs. Siena
Runs Allowed: 3, 3/14/12 vs. Siena
COACH CORBIN QUOTE: Nevin's development has continued to move forward. He was somewhat limited at the end of the fall because of an injury, but his arm strength and breaking ball skill have improved. He has a chance to be a good one.
2013 -Turned in a perfect inning against Monmouth 2/23.
2012 - Tossed one scoreless inning against UT-Martin... Made his collegiate debut against Siena 3/14 working 1.2 innings and giving up three runs on three hits with two walks and two strikeouts.
HIGH SCHOOL - Played just two years of baseball earning First team All-American USA West honors from Rawlings as a senior and ESPN Rise First team All-State... Team won Arizona state championship in 2011... Lettered three years in basketball... Selected in the 44th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies.
ACADEMICS - Wilson is undecided on a major in his first year at Vanderbilt.
PERSONAL - Nevin James Wilson... Born 2/22/93... Son of Jim and Tiffany Wilson... Has one sister, Mary Mag... Nickname is Nev... Great Grandfather was one of the Four Horsemen at Notre Dame... Father played college basketball at St. Leo, where his mother was a cheerleader... Favorites include David Price (baseball player), Milwaukee Brewers (baseball team), basketball (other sport), Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy, Step Brothers (movies), steak and potatoes (meal), granola bar (late night snack)... Enthusiastic is the one word he would use to describe himself... Roommates with Zander Wiel... Chose Vanderbilt because it's the best school in the country with academic reputation combined with baseball prestige.