Ryan Ginther - Baseball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#17 Ryan Ginther Season 2022-23


Class Sophomore
Height 5'11"
Weight 204
Hometown Hendersonville, Tenn.
High School Station Camp

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Head coach Tim Corbin on Ginther: “Ryan’s abilities on the mound started to blossom and take off at the end of last year. He pitched some important innings down the stretch and earned his confidence. That confidence continued during the summer months in the NECBL and this past fall. We really like where he is headed. He keeps his process simple on the mound…he is fearless, and he attacks the hitter. He is maturing in all areas, noted by his best semester academically this past fall.”

As a Sophomore (2023)
• Struck out five and didn’t allow an earned run over four innings in start vs. Arkansas (May 20)
• Earned win in series-clinching victory over South Carolina (April 16), holding the Gamecocks to two runs over final 3.2 innings
• Earned first win on the season at Missouri (April 6)
• Threw 4.0 scoreless frames in extras, striking out a career-high seven in 17-inning game vs. Evansville (March 8)
• Pitched the eighth inning in combined no-hitter at Minnesota (March 5)

As a Freshman (2022)
• 10 strikeouts over 5.1 innings during regular season
• At least two strikeouts in all five appearances during regular season
• Struck out two in 1.0 inning vs. Middle Tennessee (May 17)
• Threw a scoreless inning with two strikeouts at Arkansas (May 14)
• First collegiate appearance in Game 2 at Hawaii (March 5)

The Ginther File
• In-state product who attended Station Camp High School (Hendersonville, Tenn.)
• The fifth-best overall prospect in the state of Tennessee according to Perfect Game, and the top-ranked left-handed pitcher
• Rated the 13th-best southpaw nationally
• 2020 Perfect Game All-American Classic participant
• 2019 Perfect Game Preseason Underclassmen All-America
• Perfect Game Top 100 National Rank (No. 77)
• Received all-state first team honors as a sophomore in 2019, while also being named the district player of the year
• Helped lead Station Camp to a district championship in 2019
• Son of Eileen Bowser and Chris Ginther
• Has one brother, Eric, and one sister, Lauren
• Enjoys golf and watching football
• Full name is Ryan Christopher Ginther
• Major is undeclared