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Jordan Aboites
Player Profile:
Jordan Aboites 1262961
Position: Infielder/Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 145
Year: Senior
Hometown: Long Beach, Calif.
High School: Mayfair
Experience: 3 Letters



  • Two-time Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
  • Five-time Scholar Baller
  • 63rd Sun Devil to contribute both ways as he has pitched and played multiple positions in the infield as a sophomore and junior

Senior (2016):

  • Pitched a career-high 5.2 innings while striking out six, tying a career high, to earn the win against UNLV (5/10)
  • Hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the 9th inning to carry the Devils to a 9-8 victory over Oregon, finishing the night 2-for-4 with a RBI and two runs scored (5/7)
  • Came in as a pinch hitter for an injured Andrew Snow to go 2-for-2 with a RBI and run scored, tying a career high in hits, in an eventual 7-4 victory over New Mexico (4/30)
  • Allowed just one run off three hits while striking out one in three innings of work to earn his third win of the season at Stanford (4/24)
  • Earned his first win of the season as he allowed two earned runs and struck out six in five innings during his first start against Cal State Fullerton (3/8)
  • Tossed a perfect inning of relief with one strike out vs Washington State (4/2)
  • Hit a double in two straight games against Washington State (4/1-4/2)


Junior (2015):

  • Appeared in 37 games, including 22 starts, and made 18 appearances on the mound, including two starts
  • Started the first 16 games of the season at second base, and 17 total, and started five games in May at third base, including the first two games of the Fullerton Regional
  • Batted .200 with 18 hits, eight RBI and four runs scored in 90 at-bats
  • Went 3-3 with a 5.81 ERA and 27 strikeouts in 31 innings
  • Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
  • Made his first postseason start in an elimination game against Pepperdine (6/1) after he played all 14 innings at third base in ASU’s loss to Fullerton 14 hours earlier, and allowed just one base runner through the first three innings of his outing before he gave up four runs on seven hits in final 1.2 innings of his start
  • Assisted on the final out in the sixth, eighth and 11th innings, respectively, against Cal State Fullerton (5/31) to strand runners and keep the score tied at two runs apiece in the second game of the Fullerton Regional
  • Notched 11 strikeouts in his first career start and held Abilene Christian scoreless across 6 1/3 innings, his career-long outing (5/19)
  • Played every inning at third base before he faced nine batters in the 16th and 17th innings, and took the loss in the 17th against No. 2 UCLA in the longest game (based on time played) in school history
  • Hit his first career home run and laid down two sacrifice bunts that led to eventual runs in his first career start at third base at No. 13 Cal (5/3)
  • Pitched 2.2 scoreless innings vs Stanford (3/27) to earn his second win of the year
  • Tossed four innings and earned his first win of the season as he allowed two runs on five hits and two strikeouts, and turned an inning-ending double play with the bases loaded, in a series-clinching win Oregon State (3/15)
  • Recorded a hit in all four games (3/6-3/11), including pair vs Long Beach (3/6) and UNLV (3/11)
  • Took his first loss of the season vs TCU (2/22) but tied a career-high with three strikeouts after he allowed one run on two hits
  • Registered two hits and two RBI at the plate and threw 2 2/3 scoreless innings in relief vs OK St (2/14) to lead ASU to its first series win of the season
  • Hit a RBI double in 8th inning to tie game vs OK St (2/13)
  • Two-time Scholar Baller (Fall ‘14 and Spring ‘15)

Sophomore (2014): 

  • Tied for a team-high with 30 appearances out of the bullpen and pitched a team-high  43.2 relief innings
  • One of 10 Sun Devils since 2008 to appear in at least 30 games
  • Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
  • Appeared in a team-high 19 games in Pac-12 play and tossed 28.2 innings, most among relievers
  • Also started seven games at shortstop before moving to the bullpen in the middle of March
  • Went 5-3 with one save, including 2-1 in conference
  • Notched a 3.30 ERA and a .238 opposing batter average
  • Struck out 45 and walked 14
  • Did allow an earned run or a walk in 20 of his 30 appearances
  • Did not allow a run in his final six appearances of the regular season (5/13-5/25) and gave up just five hits and two walks while striking out seven in 6.2 innings
  • Earned his first career win in his first pitching appearance of the year against New Mexico (3/12) after he allowed just one hit and recorded three strikeouts across 2.1 scoreless innings
  • Recorded his first collegiate save after tossing a perfect inning vs. Cal (4/12)
  • Allowed just one hit and an unearned run, and struck out a pair, in two innings to earn the win and clinch the series over No. 4 Oregon State (3/23)
  • Allowed one run on two hits and no walks, and struck out five, across four innings in two appearances vs. No. 9 Oregon (5/9-5/11)
  • Appeared in all five games against Arizona, including three Pac-12 games in which he allowed one run on three hits across four innings
  • Tossed two scoreless innings with two strikeouts in his postseason appearance vs No. 25 Pepperdine (5/3)
  • Earned the loss in the final game of the season vs Sacramento State (5/31) after he allowed three runs, including one earned, on two hits in 1/3 inning
  • Took his first collegiate loss vs Washington (3/15) after allowing a season-high five runs, including three earned, on two hits in two innings
  • Tossed a perfect 2.2 innings, his season long, with two strikeouts to earn his third win of the season vs Arizona (3/26)
  • Collected a season-high three strikeouts in four games
  • Earned his fifth win of the season at Washington State (5/23) with a scoreless 1.1 innings
  • Notched a pair of RBI, the first two of his career, against No. 14 Oklahoma State (3/2)
  • Had a pair of hits and scored two runs against both Baylor (2/15) and Gonzaga (2/28)
  • Two-time Scholar Baller (Fall ‘13 and Spring ‘14)
  • Named Mr. Fireman, the team’s top relief pitcher, at the annual team banquet

Freshman (2013): 

  • Appeared in 12 games, starting one at shortstop at Tennessee
  • Secured two hits on the season
  • Made one pitching appearance, throwing the ninth inning in a loss to BYU in the 53rd game of the season, and loaded the bases on walks before getting three straight outs
  • Competed for the Bend Elks in the West Coast League during the summer

High School:
  • A 2012 graduate of Mayfair High School
  • Earned four varsity letters in baseball and was a two-year team captain
  • Was a two-time Suburban League MVP (2010,11) and was a Suburban League First-Team All-League member three consecutive seasons (2010-12)
  • A two-year team MVP (2010,11)
  • 2012 First-Team All-CIF
  • 2012 Rawlings All-American High Honorable Mention
  • 2012 USA Preseason Calif. Regional 2nd Team
  • 2011 USA Preseason High School Underclass All-American Honorable Mention
  • 2010 USA International Gold Medal Games MVP
  • Two-year Performer of the Year-City of Lakewood Hall of Fame (2011-12)
  • Three-year Long Beach Press Telegram First-Team Dream Team
  • Four-year combined career baseball stats: 109 games played, 763 innings, 14 total errors, 20-4 pitching record with a .96 ERA and 161 strikeouts in 170.2 innings pitched

Personal: Parents are Robert and Beth Aboites of Long Beach, Calif...majoring in communications...says his most exciting sports moment was the day he became a Sun Devil...says he chose ASU because he fell in love with the baseball program's reputation, the team's work ethic and the coaching staff...his favorite all-time player is Ozzie Smith and his favorite team is the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim...says his dad has been the biggest influence on his baseball career...the most played song on his iPod is "Mercy" by Kanye West because it gets him pumped up...if he could learn to do anything, it would be grow a few inches and gain some weight...was born August 4, 1994...full name is Jordan Robert Aboites.

Career Highs at Arizona State:

Hits: 2, many, last vs Oregon (5/7/16)
RBI: 2, twice, last vs Oklahoma State (2/14/15) 
Runs: 2, twice, last vs Oregon (5/7/16)
Innings: 9.0 vs Oral Roberts (6/4/16)
K’s: 11 vs ACU (5/19/15)

Season Highs in 2016:

Hits: 2, twice, last vs Oregon (5/7)
RBI: 1, six times, last at UCLA (5/22)
Runs: 2, vs Oregon (5/7)
Innings: 9.0 vs Oral Roberts (6/4)
K’s: 7, twice, last vs Oral Roberts (6/4)
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