Selected in the 10th round (294th overall selection) of the 2006 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds...played in 45 games, starting 42 (in center field)...made 16 appearances as a relief pitcher...compiled a 2-3 record on the hill, posting a 3.46 ERA in 13.0 innings pitched; limited opponents to a .250 batting average and recorded 13 strikeouts...as a hitter, batted .248 (39-for-157) with six doubles, one home run, 23 RBI and 18 runs...earned the win by pitching a scoreless ninth inning, recording two strikeouts against Stanford (May 21)...finished 2-for-3 at the plate with two doubles, two runs scored and one RBI against USC (May 13)...earned the win against Arizona State (April 23), tossing one inning of relief with two strikeouts...pitching 0.2 innings with one strikeout against Long Beach State (April 18) for his fourth save of the season...earned his third save of the season at Arizona (April 15)...earned a save against Washington State (April 7)...posted a 12-game hit streak from March 18 to April 21...hit 2-for-4 with one double, three RBI and two runs scored at Arizona (April 14)...went 1-for-3 with four RBI against Washington State (April 9)...hit his first-career home run at Washington (April 1)...earned his first save of the season against Mississippi (March 12)...went 3-for-6 with a run scored at NC State (March 5).
Played in 39 games, making 35 starts (in the outfield)...hit .277 (33-for-119) on the year, good for third-best on the team; also tallied one triple, six doubles, 13 runs scored, 16 RBI and two stolen bases...posted a perfect fielding percentage while tallying 82 putouts...finished second on the squad with a .368 on-base percentage...went 3-for-4 at Arizona State (April 23)...hit 2-for-4 with one double and one triple against Oregon State (May 7)...tallied a career-best four RBI while hitting 3-for-5 at Washington State (May 21)...posted 10 multi-hit games on the season.
Played with teammate Brett McMillan for the Solano Thunderbirds of the California Collegiate League...posted a .319 batting average and led the team in RBI and triples before being sidelined with an injury.
Appeared in 31 games, including four outfield starts and three pitching appearances...recorded nine hits and five RBI as a sophomore...hit his first double at Hawaii-Hilo (March 1)...drove in the game-winning run in the 12th inning at Cal State Fullerton (April 20)...also knocked in one run at Oregon State (May 29)...made his first appearance on the mound against Arizona State (April 16)...gave up just one hit in 2.1 innings of action...posted his first career strikeout at Wichita State (May 5).
Appeared in six contests for the Bruins, seeing time in the outfield and as a pinch runner...hit .250 (1-for-4) on the season...recorded his first collegiate hit at Washington State (May 23).
Two-year letterwinner in baseball, basketball and football at Nevada Union High School under head coaches Ted White, Dave Hunphers and Ryan Curry, respectively...was a two-time all-league selection...named Capital Athletic League MVP in football his senior year.
Full name: Joshua James Roenicke...born August 4, 1982...parents are Gary and Debby Roenicke...uncle, Ron, played at UCLA in 1977...played football for UCLA in 2002 and 2003...history major.
Career Highs (pitching)
Innings Pitched - 2.0 vs. Pepperdine (2/21/06)
Strikeouts - 3 vs. Pepperdine (2/21/06)
Career Highs (batting)
At Bats - 6 at N.C. State (3/5/06)
Runs - 2 (five times), last vs. Stanford (5/19/06)
Hits - 3 (twice), last vs. Washington State (5/21/05)
RBI - 4 (twice), last vs. Washington State (4/9/06)
JOSH ROENCIKE'S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS
JOSH ROENICKE'S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS