Bauer Named Pitcher of the Year
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - UCLA right-handed pitcher Trevor Bauer has been named the College Baseball Foundation's National Pitcher of the Year, as announced Sunday at the annual "Night of Champions" award ceremony at the College Baseball Hall of Fame.
Bauer has already been named National Player of the Year by Baseball America and Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball, National Pitcher of the Year by Perfect Game USA and the Pac-10 Conference's Pitcher of the Year.
A native of Valencia, Calif., Bauer went 13-2 with a 1.25 ERA in 16 starts, logging a nation-leading and Pac-10 single-season record 203 strikeouts. He hurled 10 complete games, finishing the season with a streak of nine consecutive complete games.
Bauer established himself as UCLA's all-time record holder in career strikeouts (460), wins (34) and innings pitched (373.1). He also owns the top two marks on UCLA's single-season records list, having logged 203 strikeouts in 2011 and 165 in 2010.