|High School:||Amador Valley HS|
TITANS `06: Made four appearances in the first month of the season, posting a 1.93 ERA in 4.2 innings pitched His longest outing was a perfect 2-inning stint at Pepperdine on Feb. 28 as the Titans shut out the Waves, 5-0 He gave up just one run on the season, at Rice on Mar. 4, in the Titans' 6-2 loss Following his final appearance of the season on Mar. 7, he did not pitch the remainder of the season due to ligament damage in his pitching elbow requiring Tommy John surgery.
TITANS `05: Saw limited action in 2005 appearing in two games Collected a pair of strikeouts in 2.1 innings Made his collegiate debut on Apr. 5 against the LMU Lions at Goodwin Field.
OHLONE COLLEGE: Played one season for the Renegades and Head Coach Paul Moore Earned first-team All-Coast Conference and California Community College Baseball Coaches Association All-American honors as a freshman, going 1-1 with four saves in 20 appearances, Finished 2004 with a 1.24 ERA allowing just five earned runs to cross the plate Had 50 strikeouts to only 16 walks in 36.1 innings out of the bullpen Was also named Student-Athlete of the Year.
AMADOR VALLEY HS: Played three seasons for Head Coach Lou Cesario for Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, Calif. Earned an all-league honorable mention nod his senior year with the Dons.
PERSONAL: Born on January 21, 1985, in Walnut Creek, Calif. Parents are Jeffrey Soulages and Laura Fickes Full name is Jeffrey Ryan Soulages Has a younger brother (Bret) and two younger sisters (Nicole Soulages and Johannna Fickes) Lists his family as his greatest influence Majoring in business Would like to see Arizona State and Miami added to the Titans' schedule Has an affection for cars Likes to hang out with his family in Lake Tahoe His biggest sports thrill has been playing in the junior college playoffs Favorites include: Oakland Athletics (team), Mark Prior (player), Caddyshack, Boondock Saints and Gladiator (movies), Kevin Spacey, Will Ferrell, and Jessica Alba (actors), Normal Like You, Acceptance and Brian Stevens (musical artists) and America by Jon Stewart (book).