44 Jonathan Thiess
Jonathan Thiess

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
League City, Texas

High School:
Episcopal

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 210

Position:
RHP



04/01/2013

Army Splits Doubleheader Versus Navy

Black Knights Post 14-7 Victory in Nightcap

03/28/2013

Catcher's Corner: Blog #6

Johnson Analyzes Each Player's Walk-Up Song

03/06/2013

Catcher's Corner: Blog #4

Johnson Examines The Spring Break Rooming Assignments

03/02/2013

Big Seventh Inning Powers Siena Past Army

Alex Jensen Goes 3-for-4 To Lead Black Knights

02/12/2013

Army Set To Open 2013 Campaign

Season Outlook Details This Year's Roster

MISCELLANEOUS: Gifted pitching prospect within Army's sophomore class ... could see time out of the bullpen as a long reliever this season ... also a candidate for a spot start here and there ... hails from the talent-rich state of Texas ... Dean's List student.

2013: Appeared in three games ... made career debut against Siena (March 2) ... struck out a career-best two batters in a career-high two innings of work against the Saints ... made Patriot League debut versus Navy (April 1) ... matched career best by working two innings opposite the Midshipmen ... also appeared against Holy Cross (April 28).

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Matt Fox at Episcopal High ... helped lead team to a pair of conference championships.

PERSONAL: Given name is Jonathan Alexander Thiess ... born Sept. 8, 1994, in Walworth, Wis. ... parents' names are Andrew and Heidi Thiess ... has one sister, Eden ... both parents were ROTC officers in the United States Army ... parents inspired him to attend West Point ... played summer baseball with current Army teammate Brock Davidson ... hobbies include weight lifting, swimming and reading ... lived in Mexico for a year and a half on a church missionary trip when he was seven years old ... majoring in Computer Science.

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