2019: Started nine of 18 games and registered a 4-4 record … second among pitching staff leaders in ERA (4.43), while listed third in innings pitched (61.0) and fourth in strikeouts (39) … made eight appearances as a reliever before upgrading to a starting role with his first start on Mar. 24 against Utah Valley … longest outing was a 7.0-inning performance against Chicago State on May 3 … notched a career-best eight strikeouts during 6.1 innings at UTRGV on Apr. 26.
2018: Appeared in 14 games, starting six… struck out 17 batters in 28.1 innings pitched… had six appearances with zero earned runs, five of which were scoreless… had a season record of 1-3 and a 6.35 ERA… in his longest start, pitched five innings and struck out five, allowing three hits, one walk and one run vs. Puget Sound (April 23).
HIGH SCHOOL: Billig graduated from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nev.… completed his prep career with a 7-1 record in 19 appearances and a 2.18 ERA in 2017… struck out 67 batters in 61 innings during his senior season… Gaels played in the 2017 Nevada State Championship game… BGHS was the NIAA Class 4A Sunset Region Champion… earned First Team All-South Nevada, First Team All-Sunset Region and First Team All-State honors in 2017… also a 2017 Rawling Perfect Game Preseason All-American…named team MVP in 2017 and Law Vegas Review Journal Athlete of the Week on Apr. 19, 2017… threw two no-hitters during his prep career.
CLUB: Played for Norcal Baseball from 2012-16… Cubs Scout Team in 2015… BPA from 2016-17…Gresham Greywolves in the summer of 2017… named to the 2016 WWBA World Championship All-Tournament Team… named to the 2016 California World Series All-Tournament Team… named to the 2016 Perfect Game World Series All-Tournament Team… played in the USA Baseball National Team Identification Series for the Southwest Region U17 in Cary, N.C., in 2016.
PERSONAL: Jarrod Billig is majoring in business... he is the son of Jason and Samantha Billig… has one younger brother, Jacob… was born in Youngstown, Ohio… father, Jason, played baseball at Youngstown State.