Montana Quigley

#16 Montana Quigley

Pos. RHP
Ht. 6-4
Wt. 190
Yr. Jr.
Hometown Lake Forest, Calif.
High School (Prev. School) El Toro

2018: Did not see action... sat out as a medical redshirt. 

2017: Was dominant out of the Valpo bullpen before an injury on April 21 cost him the rest of his season... Appeared in 16 games and compiled 28 innings while striking out 22 and walking eight... Posted a team-best 1.61 ERA... Narrowly reached the minimum 25 innings required for team leadership in ERA... Posted the best ERA of any Crusader since 1987 (Tim Holmes, 1.59)... Strong season came after holding a 7.24 ERA his freshman year... Had a stretch of 16 1/3 consecutive scoreless innings from March 4 to April 4... Worked four scoreless innings in his only start of the year on March 8 vs. Penn... Picked up his first career save on March 21 at Chicago State. 

2016: Made eight appearances as a rookie, including three starts...finished the season 1-0 with a 7.24 earned-run average...fired a scoreless inning of relief in his collegiate debut at Jacksonville State (Feb. 21)...threw another shutout frame at New Orleans (Feb. 26) the following week...made his first career start at ULM (March 2), and lasted three innings, striking out a pair... surrendered two runs in four innings as he earned the win over Purdue North Central (April 25).

Prep: A two-year letter winner for Mike Gonzales and the Chargers...attended same high school as former Crusader Chris Manning, and MLB All-Star third baseman Nolan Arenado...was a First Team All-South Coast League pitcher...named Most Valuable Player his senior year.

Personal: Montana is the son of John and Lori Quigley...has three younger sisters: Leyna, Grace and Jenna...favorite food is pizza...favorite movie is Dumb and Dumber...favorite musical group is Blink 182...favorite baseball team is the San Francisco Giants...favorite baseball player is Madison Bumgarner...hobbies include ping pong, listening to music, going to the beach and playing ukelele...majoring in marketing with a minor in psychology.