Jordan Luvisi
Jordan  Luvisi


Scottsdale, Ariz.

High School:
Notre Dame Preparatory (Ariz.)

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 195


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CAREER HIGHS: Strikeouts: 4, 5/11/10 vs. UC Santa Barbara; Walks: 3 (2x), Last: 4/5/11 vs. Cal State Fullerton; IP (start): None; IP (relief): 3.0, 5/11/10 vs. UC Santa Barbara; Winning Streak: 1g, 5/11/10 - 5/14/10; Losing Streak: 3g , 5/14/10 - present; Low-hit CG: None.

2011/SUMMER: Playing for the Wisconsin Woodchucks of the Northwoods League.

2011/SOPHOMORE: Through 10 relief appearances and 12.2 innings pitched, posted an 0-1 record with 2.13 ERA and 11 strikeouts ... Limited opposing hitters to a .227 batting average including .174 with runners on base ... Allowed one hit with 2 Ks in two relief outings vs. West Coast Conference opposition ... Totaled 6.0 consecutive scoreless relief innings over four appearances against the likes of Fresno State (2/27, G2), Louisville (3/12), Cal Poly (3/22) and BYU (3/31), against whom he lasted a season high 2.1 innings ... Had scoreless inning streak snapped at nationally ranked Cal State Fullerton (4/5) ... Did not surrender an earned run over his final four outings, but allowed two unearned runs vs. UCLA (5/3) and later suffered the loss at USC (5/24) after giving up an unearned run on two hits ... Struck out a season best three batters in appearances vs. Titans and Trojans.

2010/FALL: Appeared out of the Orange Team's bullpen in two games of the Pepperdine Fall World Series ... Did not give up a run over 1.2 innings of work ... Combined with Aaron Gates on a three-hit shutout of Blue in game four (11/13), pitching the final 1.1 innings ... Earned the save with one strikeout, plus one hit and walk allowed ... Pitched to one batter the following day in game five (11/14) and retired Nate Johnson on a sacrifice bunt attempt.

2010/SUMMER: Played for the Wisconsin Woodchucks of the Northwoods League ... Appeared in eight games, made six starts and finished the season with an 0-3 record and 6.05 ERA ... Struck out 12 batters in 22.1 innings pitched ... Struck out a season-high three batters in outings vs. Wisconsin Rapids (6/21), La Crosse (6/26) and Waterloo (7/7) ... Totaled season-high 4.1 innings pitched in final appearance of summer vs. Waterloo (8/13), a game which the Woodchucks won, 7-6 ... Recorded one hit through five at-bats.

2010/FRESHMAN: Appeared out of the bullpen on nine occasions during his first season at Pepperdine ... Compiled a 1-2 record with a 5.79 ERA and nine strikeouts through 9.1 innings pitched ... Won his first game as a Wave following a 5-4 win vs. UC Santa Barbara (5/4), in which he struck out a career-high four batters in a career-high 3.0 innings pitched ... Lost his next two games in relief at LMU (5/14) and Long Beach State (5/25) to end the season ... Limited right-handed batters to a .174 batting average.

2009/FALL: Made two relief appearances for Orange during the Blue and Orange World Series and went 1-0 with a 0.00 earned-run average, a save and three strikeouts ... Did not walk a batter and surrendered just one hit through 2.2 innings ... At the plate, batted .333 (3-for-9) with two runs, a double and three RBI ... Picked up the victory in game one (11/12) after pitching 2.1 innings of scoreless relief and was the beneficiary of an 11-run eighth inning in which he provided an RBI single and scored a run ... Went 2-for-3 as a designated hitter in game two (11/14) with two RBI and a run scored ... Picked up the save in game three (11/15) after striking out Chris Terry looking with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth and Orange holding onto a 6-4 lead.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2009 from Notre Dame Prep High School where he lettered all four years for head coach Guy Gianni ... Named to the all-state and all-region first teams three consecutive years and was a three-time Regional Player of the Year ... All-Arizona honoree ... Played in the 2009 High School North-South All-Star Game ... Won the 4A Dual Region High School Home Run Derby after hitting 12 homers through two rounds ... 2009 team MVP ... Helped lead school to an 83-13 record over the last three years as well as a trio of state runner-up titles and a No. 2 national ranking from Baseball America ... Left school as its career record holder in victories (22) and strikeouts (184) ... Holds the school's season records in these categories as well, winning 11 games behind 92 strikeouts in 2009 ... Hit 10 home runs that same year which was the second highest total in school history ... Selected in the 49th round of the 2009 MLB First Year Player Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks ... Ranked No. 1 in all of Arizona on the 2008 SPARQ test ... Played three years of varsity hockey, won two state titles and was named All-State.

CLUB: Played on the Diamondbacks pro scout team in 2008 ... Played on the 2009 Arizona Senior Sunbelt All-Star Team, which defeated Texas in the championship final played in Oklahoma City ... Clubbed three consecutive home runs in July of 2009 while competing for the Connie Mack wood bat state championship team ... Named to Anderson Bat National Classic 2009 All-Tournament Team after hitting .416 with three home runs and nine RBI.

PERSONAL: Given name is Jordan Paul Luvisi ... Born in Mesa, Ariz., but now makes his home in Scottsdale ... Major is undeclared ... Son of John and Jaime Luvisi ... Brother to Joey and Jessica ... Chose Pepperdine for, "its great baseball program and academic prestige."

FAVORITES: Cole Hamels (pro baseball player) ... Chicago Cubs (pro baseball team) ... SportsCenter (TV Show) ... Notorious B.I.G. (musical artist) ... Lasagna (food) ... Football (sport other than baseball) ... Lists Roberto Clemente as his biggest sports hero.

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