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Player Bio: Mike Bomar :: Baseball



  Mike Bomar
Mike Bomar
Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Brush Prairie, Wash.

High School:
Prairie High School

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 215

Position:
Pitcher

B/T:
L/L

Personal
Born August 16, 1979, in Spokane, Wash. ... parents are John and Carolyn ... has three older sisters ... sisters Rachael and Gretchen are both UW alumnae ... political science major with a 3.59 grade point average ... made the Dean’s List in the fall, 2000 quarter with a 3.77 GPA.

Washington
2001 (Senior) -- Should be healthy after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder last spring … competed in fall practice … 2000 (Junior) -- Began the year as one of the Huskies’ weekend starters, but faltered due to a minor shoulder injury that eventually required surgery … lone victory of the year was a nine-inning, complete-game outing vs. Dayton (March 18) … no-hit the Flyers for the first seven and two-thirds innings and finished with a two-hitter, walking only one while fanning a career-high 12 batters … struck out four in four innings at UCLA on March 26 and five in four and two-thirds vs. Lewis-Clark State on April 11 ... 1999 (Sophmore) -- Essentially acted as the Huskies’ No. 4 starter, making six starts while also appearing nine other times as a reliever ... posted a 4-2 record after starting the year 0-2 ... started and got first win vs. USF, allowing two earned runs in five innings ... got a win in his next start, working six innings against Oregon State ... made it three straight winning outings when he threw seven shutout innings to beat St. Martin’s, fanning a career-high nine batters and allowing only five hits in seven frames ... picked up a relief win at Washington State, allowing one run over 3.2 innings ... spent the summer playing for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots ... posted a 2.89 ERA, a top-five mark in the Alaska League ... threw two shutouts over the summer and had a no-hitter through 7.2 innings vs. Mat-su ... 1998 (Freshman) -- Made 14 appearances, including three starts ... finished the year having allowed only 26 hits while fanning 30 in 28.1 innings ... started vs. UCSB (Feb. 21), Puget Sound (Apr. 22) and Portland (May 5) ... threw 2.2 hitless frames in the Mar. 29 loss to Arizona State ... earned a win with a two-inning shutout relief outing at Portland, fanning four ... struck out 10, allowed only one hit and one walk in five shutout innings vs. UPS ... fanned seven in five innings to beat Portland in third start ... earned a victory with one inning against Stanford in game two of the Pac-10 Championship Series ... posted a 7-1 record and a 0.83 ERA for Ryder Construction over the summer.

Prairie High School
A three-year letterwinner as a pitcher and first baseman for coach Don Freeman ... All-Greater St. Helens League as a junior and senior and a Clark County All-Star as a senior ... 12-4 record as a high school pitcher and 19-0 as a Senior Babe Ruth pitcher ... the summer after his senior season, went 9-0 with 107 strikeouts and a 1.30 earned run average for his Senior Babe Ruth team ... played in the Area Code Games in 1996 and at the National Amateur All-Star game in 1997 ... drafted by Cincinnati in the 34th round of the 1997 draft ... graduated with a 3.8 GPA.

MIKE BOMAR’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS:

Year     ERA  W-L   G/GS  CG  ShO  Sv    IP    H    R  ER  BB  SO  2B  3B  HR

1998    6.99  3-1   14/3   0   0    0  28.1   26   22  22  19  30   5   0   6

1999    6.08  4-2   15/6   1   0    0  47.1   63   47  32  26  33  15   2   5

2000    8.78  1-3    6/6   1   0    0  26.2   33   32  26  16  22   6   2   6

Totals  6.97  8-6  35/15   2   0   0  103.1  122  101  80  61  85  26   4  17
Washington Baseball
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