16 - Trevor York|
|Hometown:||San Bernardino, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Arrowhead Christian Academy|
AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Missed the beginning of the season due to injury...came on late in the year to make five appearances out of the bullpent...posted an 0-2 record with one save and a 6.75 ERA...will look to make return to starting rotation in 2010.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008)
Split time as the Hornets No. 1 and No. 2 starter during his second season...made 14 appearances, all starts...collected a record of 4-6 with a 4.97 ERA...walked 23 batters while striking out 39...surrendered 48 earned runs and 115 hits in a team-best 87.0 innings pitched...threw the team’s only complete game in a scheduled seven inning contest against Hawai’i-Hilo on April 19...scattered eight hits over seven innings, allowing just one run while striking out six and not surrendering a walk...threw six or more innings during each of his last nine starts...posted a 4-2 mark over those nine starts.
AS A FRESHMAN (2007)
Became a constant on the hill for the Hornets in his first season...made 17 appearances, including 14 starts...led the team in innings pitched with 84.0...uncorked just one wild pitch over those innings...despite being at a disadvantage as a right hander, led the team in pickoffs with four...threw seven strong innings of six-hit ball to pick up first career win at New Mexico State on March 17 in the longest outing of his career...also pitched well at home against New Mexico State on May 4, giving up just two runs over 6.2 innings before picking up a no-decision.
Sat out the season as a redshirt.
A 2005 graduate of Arrowhead Christian Academy in Redlands, Calif...he was a pitcher for four seasons under head coach Dan Mahaffie...his sophomore, junior and senior seasons he was named first team all-Christian League...during his junior and senior years, he was named first team all-CIF...had a 0.86 ERA his senior season and was named Christian League MVP...played for the ABD Bulldogs for head coach Mike Spiers from 1996-2005.
Born July 19, 1987...parents are Don and Angie York...major is organizational communication.