Jeff McNeil finishes with three hits for Long Beach State.
Long Beach State (2012): Did not make the roster in 2012 due to injury.
(2011): Made 19 appearances, all out of the bullpen ... Posted a 1.93 ERA, third-best in the bullpen and a 3-0 record ... Pitched 18.2 innings in total ... Did not allow an earned run until April ... Surrendered four earned runs through the entire season ... Pitched 1.1 innings against CS Fullerton in a win (2/20) ... Had a strikeout in an inning against Arizona (2/27) ... Did not allow a hit in six straight appearances, beginning with an innings against Oregon (3/5) ... Earned a save with a 1-2-3 inning at Pepperdine (3/15) ... Got the win by setting down the side in order prior to a walkoff win against Oregon State (3/19) ... That streak ended against San Diego State, where an unearned run scored on one hit (4/5) ... Improved to 2-0 with two scoreless innings at USC (4/26) ... Earned his third win of the season with 1.1 hitless innings against Pepperdine, notching a strikeout (5/18).
(2010): Made 13 appearances as a long-reliever and spot starter ... Started in four games ... Tied for the bullpen lead with two wins ... Finished the season with a 2-1 record and a 4.11 ERA ... Showed good control, walking just five batters in 35.0 innings pitched ... Set a career-high after striking out three batters over 3.0 innings against San Diego State, earning the win (3/9) ... Got his first start the next week at LMU, throwing 5.0 innings (3/16) ... Started again the next week, allowing three hits over 4.2 innings against Hawaii (3/24) ... Had another strong start against LMU, throwing four scoreless innings and allowing two hits (4/13) ... Moved back to the bullpen for his next four appearances ... Improved to 2-1 after four one-hit innings at USC (5/12) ... Finished the season with a 3.0 inning appearance against UC Irvine, allowing two hits over three innings (5/28).
High School: Lettered at Valley Christian in baseball ... Helped the Warriors to a 30-13 record as a senior ... Named the team's Rookie of the Year in 2007 ... Earned first-team All-League honors as a utility player his senior year ... posted a 7-3 record as a junior and went 8-3 as a senior.
Personal: Born in San Jose, Calif. ... Parents are Robert and Mary Underwood ... Earned Honor Roll merits six times ... Also recruited by Cal, Arizona and Hawaii ... Majoring in marketing.
2011 Season Highs: