Palomar Comets Baseball
SO, 6-6, 200;
HIGH SCHOOL: Boise (Class of 2005)
NCAA DIVISION I COLLEGE: Signed early with Centenary College of
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 30, 1986, in Boise,
ID. ... Son of Allen and Marcia Hoyt. ... Has three
sisters, Alexis, Andrea and Jessica.
2008 SEASON: Was 2-2 with a 3.55 ERA. Struck out
26 batters and walked eight in 33 innings. ... Struck
out 11 batters and walked two in 13 2/3
Pacific Coast Conference innings. ...Pitched five scoreless innings, allowing
two hits, to pick up the victory as the Comets routed
Ventura 10-0 on Feb. 1. ... Allowed two hits and didn't
give up an earned wrong in 4 2/3 innings in an 11-1 win
over Rio Hondo on Feb. 16. ... Notched his second
victory on April 3 at Imperial Valley, when he threw
two-run, seven-hit ball over seven innings and struck
out five as the Comets won 7-2. ... Pitched a no-hit,
scoreless relief inning vs. Grossmont on April 22. ...
Worked another shutout relief inning in a 13-2 victory
over Imperial Valley on April 29. ... Threw a one-hit,
shutout inning in relief in a 4-1 win over the Arabs on
2007 SEASON: Appeared in six games with three
successful late-season starts as a red-shirt freshman. ...
Expected to be a key pitcher for the Comets in 2008, but
came on suddenly a year ahead of schedule. ... Went 2-0
with a 2.25 ERA over 18 1/3 innings. ... Threw a
scoreless inning against Orange Coast on Feb. 22. ...
Pitched a scoreless inning in an 14-2 win at Imperial
Valley on March 20. ... Started and pitched five innings
of two-hit ball, surrendering a single unearned run, to
notch the pitching win as the Comets turned back Mt. San
Jacinto 8-3 on April 4. ... Combined with Andrew
Jenkins, Cameron Aspaas, Danny Massingurge and Nick
Robertson to throw a six-hitter as the Comets won 11-3
at Imperial Valley on April 21. ... Surrendered two runs
over six innings, recording his second victory, as the
Comets won 9-3 on the road vs. San Diego City College on
2006 SEASON: Red-shirted.
HIGH SCHOOL: Pitched for coach Jeff Hultberg at Boise
(Updated as of Summer 2008)