2018: Appeared in 19 games, starting 15… had a 3.82 ERA with a record of 8-1 and one save, striking out 92 batters in 99 innings pitched… 1.55 walks per nine innings is sixth in school history… tied for most wins in a single season with eight… third for most innings pitched in a single season with 99… season of 92 strikeouts is third in school history… fourth in school history for strikeouts looking in a single season with 19… faced 382 batters, second in school history (also holds the record for his 2017 season)… three runners picked off in a season ties for third in program history… had four appearances with zero earned runs, three of which were scoreless… struck out six and allowed just one run, retiring 13 consecutive batters in 6.2 innings against Grand Canyon (May 24)… struck out six and allowed one hit in three innings as a reliever against Air Force (April 10)… struck out nine and allowed one run in seven innings vs. Chicago State (March 29).
2017: Appeared in 20 games, starting 16… went 5-3, with a 4.35 ERA… second in the WAC with 103.1 innings pitched… struck out 65 batters… went at least six innings on seven occasions…
2016: 19 APP/4 GS, 2-1, 4.64 ERA, 42.2 IP, 51 H, 26 R, 22 ER, 13 BB, 41 SO … May 01: pitched two innings, recorded three strike outs, allowed two hits with one earned run against UT Rio Grande Valley … April 19: appeared for five full innings, recorded three strike outs, allowed four hits and one run against Washington … March 16: Struck out two batters in one inning of work while allowing zero hits, zero runs, and recorded zero walks against Minnesota
High School: Prizina pitched a complete game shutout to help the Spanish Springs High School Cougars advance to the regional semifinals in 2014. In 2015, he threw a no-hitter, was named First Team All-Region, and received his high school's Male Athlete of the Year Award. Prizina earned a 2.40 earned run average in receiving honorable mention all-league recognition during his junior season. He was also a second team all-league point guard for the varsity basketball team.
Personal: Prizina is the oldest child of Mark and Christine Prizina, and he has two younger brothers named Josh and Joey. His mother Christine played softball at the University of Nevada. He is majoring in biology and is a peer student advisor at Seattle U.