|HONORS & AWARDS
|2018||All-Silver Glove Series vs. Rice|
|2018||Don Sanders Cup All-Series Team|
|2018||Bobby Bragan Collegiate Slugger Award Watch List|
|2018||American Weekly Honor Roll (April 9)|
|2018||American Player of the Week (March 26)|
|2017||American All-Academic Team|
|2017||Kleberg Bank College Classic All-Tournament Team|
Reached base in all but three games during the 2018 season…One of only two Cougars to start and play in all 63 games…Led Houston at the plate and was third in the league with a .344 average…Paced Houston with 85 hits, second-most in The American…Registered 45 runs and 28 RBI…Finished second on the team with 17 stolen bases…Belted five home runs…Rode a 32-game on base streak from Feb. 17 – April 13…Led Houston with 24 multi-hit games and had five multi-RBI games…Also had a 17-game hit streak from March 13 – April 10…Hit .366 in conference games and belted four of his five home runs vs. league opponents…Had four RBI on two hits at Rice (March 27)…Tallied four hits vs. USF (April 6)…Had a stretch of seven multi-hit games over a span on nine games (March 13-25)…Belted home runs vs. Memphis (twice), UCF, UConn and North Carolina…Went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI in a win over Purdue (June 1) to open the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional…Belted fifth home run in season-finale vs. North Carolina (June 3), where he went 2-for-5…Owned a .300+ average from March 16 on and a .330 average from March 23 through the end of the season…Helped Houston to a conference regular-season title and an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.
Appeared in all 63 games, making 60 starts as a true freshman...Was the only true freshman to see action in every game...Saw action in 48 games at third base and 15 in right field...Hit .271 on the year with 59 hits, 39 runs, and 17 RBI...Belted two home runs and had 12 doubles for a .372 slugging percentage...Was 7-for-10 on the base paths...Had 19 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games...Opened the year with back-to-back two-hit games vs. Wake Forest (Feb. 17) and Nicholls State (Feb. 18)...Drove in his first career run vs. UT Rio Grande Valley (Feb. 28) and also hit his first home run of his career...Had a season-high four hits and drove in two RBI in a win at UC Irvine (March 24)...Had four games of 3 or more hits...Went 3-for-4 with three runs scored, including a double and triple in the American Championship game vs. East Carolina (May 28)...Helped Houston to a regular-season and conference tournament championship title as well as the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Houston Regional.
Earned four varsity letters at Lake Travis High School… Named District MVP…Was a First Team All-District honoree…Named District Newcomer of the Year…Won the Coaches Award…Was a two-time Defensive MVP and Team MVP…Helped team to four District Championship titles, three Bi-District titles and two Regional Championships...Led his team to the best record in school history (34-4 in 2015)…Named to the Austin Area All-Star Game and earned Defensive MVP honors…Was honored as the Texas High School All-Star Game MVP…Played basketball his freshman season…Off the field, completed over 100 hours of volunteer service and was a member of the Young Men’s Service League.
Full name is Jared Robert Triolo… Born February 8, 1998 in Nashua, New Hampshire…Calls Austin, Texas home…Son of Tom and Lesa Triolo…Has two brothers, Trey and Brent…Plans to major in Business-Entrepreneurship with plans on playing professional baseball.