PERSONAL:Born in Kirkland, Wash. ... son of Don and Julie Wolfe ... has an older brother, Mitch, an older sister, Amanda, and a younger sister, Lauren ... grandfather attended the UW ... communications major.
2013: Played in 39 games and made 20 starts in 2013, six at DH, three in right field, 10 at first base and one in left ... started the season opener at UC Davis as the designated hitter ... also started in left field in the third game of the Lamar series ... went 2-for-4 with a run scored in that game ... got a single as a pinch hitter in the March 2 game vs. Cal Poly ... started the third game of the Cal Poly at DH ... had a pinch-hit single in the second game of the Cal Poly series ... pinch hit in all three games of the LSU series, singling in the middle game ... hit a solo homer as the starting DH in the first game of the UCLA series ... started two of three at DH vs. the Bruins ... 1-for-3 as the DH March 19 vs. Portland ... started two of three vs. USC ... 1-for-4 with a solo homer and two total RBI in the March 23 victory over the Trojans ... had a two-run, pinch-hit single in the ninth in the UW's win at SeattleU on April 2 ... singled and scored as a pinch hitter April 24 at No. 21 Gonzaga ... scored the game-winner in the 12th inning April 26 vs. Cal ... 2-for-4 with an RBI in a start at first base April 28 vs. the Bears ... started the first two games of the Arizona series at first base ... went 4-for-10 with three RBI in the Arizona series ... 2-for-4 with four RBI in the 23-1 win over the Wildcats and then 2-for-4 with an RBI in the UW's 2-1 victory the following day ... pinch-hit double May 7 vs. SeattleU ... 1-for-4 with an RBI in one start (plus one pinch-hit appearance) in Washington State series ... started games one and three of the ASU series at first base, going 2-for-4 with a double, a walk and an RBI in the Huskies' 11-inning win on May 24.
2012: Sat out the 2012 season while recovering from injury, utilizing his redshirt season.
2011: Played in 29 games, starting 18 ... eight starts at DH, five in right field, four at first base and one in left field ... 1-for-2 with a double and two RBI opening day vs. Missouri State, starting at first base ... also hit safely as the starting 1B the following two days that weekend at a tournament at Texas State ... 2-for-4 in the series opener at Cal State Bakersfield ... 1-for-2 with two RBI March 27 vs. Nevada ... 2-for-5 as starting DH April 22 vs. USC ... played for the Asheboro (N.C.) Copperheads in the Coastal Plains League during the summer.
2010: Played in 14 games, starting 11, during freshman season ... 10 starts in right field and one in left ... missed most of the last part of the season due to injury ... went 1-for-3 in first college start Feb. 27 vs. Fresno State ... 3-for-5 with an RBI in a start March 5 at Long Beach State ... 1-for-3 with a homer March 20 vs. Cal State Fullerton ... 3-for-9 with a double, a triple and two RBI in two games at Dallas Baptist ... last action of the spring came April 3 vs. Washington State ... played summer ball for the Kelowna (B.C.) Falcons in the West Coast League ... hit .311 over the summer.
SNOHOMISH HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Snohomish, playing for coach Kim Hammons ... a teammate (one year younger) of former Husky Aaron West ... captain as a senior ... went to the state tournament as a sophomore, junior and senior ... member of the 4A state champs as a junior after finishing second as a sophomore ... first-team all-state outfielder as a senior in 2009 ... also first-team All-WesCo as a pitcher and outfielder his senior year ... made it on to ESPN Rise's all-area first team in 2009 ... as a senior, pitched six innings and drove in the winning run in the district title game ... a second-team All-WesCo selection as both a pitcher and first baseman his junior year ... earned second-team all-league as a sophomore outfielder, when he was also the team's offensive MVP ... also played basketball, earning honorable mention all-league ... played on state champion summer-league teams in 2004 through 2007.
BRIAN WOLFE'S CAREER STATISTICS