These types of information, in the case of Google Search, are called Rich Snippets:
About Rich Snippets & Structured Data
Upon running that particular page returned by the query
Jovani through the Google Structured Data Testing Tool:
Google Structured Data Testing Tool
I get results which indicate that someone has implemented Microdata for one or more areas of your site. However, I find no microdata that explains why you have the pager item count appearing in search results. It seems to me that this is another case of Google automatically determining what's considered microdata:
The above is just one example of people talking about the random ocurrence, although I've heard several complaints personally. I don't think there's a clear answer. If you're not adding microdata to reference the pager details, then it shouldn't be used by the search engine.
If you can, ask the developers of your site if microdata has been employed in a way that I can't tell from my perspective, or consider submitting a ticket to Google's product forums about it.