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#14 Aaron West
Position: Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 195
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Snohomish, Wash.
High School: Snohomish
Experience: 1 Letter

PERSONAL: Born in Everett, Wash. ... son of Loren and Vicky West ... has a younger sister named Lindsey ... grandfather attended the UW ... majoring in history.

WASHINGTON
2012: Spent the 2012 season as the Huskies' No. 1 starting pitcher ... played in 17 games, starting 16, a team-high ... also shared the team lead with seven victories and led the Huskies in innings and strikeouts ... 36 career starts through end of 2012 season ranked No. 8 in UW career history ... through the end of the 2012 regular season, ranked No. 5 in the NCAA in starts (16), No. 85 in ERA (2.53) and No. 86 in walks per nine innings (1.69) ... no decision in first start of the season, opening day at San Diego State (5.0 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 4 K) ... got the victory the following week at UC Irvine, pitching six innings of shutout ball, allowing just three hits and a walk ... threw six one-hit innings (no runs, no walks, two strikeouts) for a win March 3 vs. Saint Joseph's ... suffered first loss March 9 at Cal Poly, allowing three earned runs on seven hits over five innings ... struck out a season-high seven in that game ... earned the win March 16 vs. Oregon, allowing three runs on five hits over six innings ... picked up fourth win of the season March 23 vs. CSU Bakersfield, allowing just one run on five hits over 6.0 innings ... no decision in UW win at Oregon State on March 31 (game one) ... gave up one run on five hits over 6.1 innings vs. Beavers ... took a loss April 5 vs. Stanford, giving up four runs on eight hits over 5.1 ... also suffered losses April 13 at Cal (four runs over 6.1 innings) and April 20 vs. Arizona (four runs over 5.2 innings) ... in only relief outing of the season, got the final out in a 6-4 win at Portland on April 24 to pick up a save ... pitched seven shutout innings the following game at Utah (April 27), giving up four hits and no walks while fanning three ... pitched a complete-game shutout (the Huskies' lone CG of the year) May 4 at USC, holding the Trojans scoreless on four hits and no walks while striking out six ... took the loss in a good start May 11 vs. UCLA, giving up just two runs on five hits over eight innings (the UW lost, 2-0) ... got the win May 16 vs. Portland in a predetermined three-inning start vs. Portland (four hits, no runs, one walk, five Ks) ... no decision in a five-inning start May 20 at Arizona State (8 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 4 K) ... no decision in a 5-2 Husky win over Washington State on May 25 ... gave up two runs on eight hits and struck out six over six innings vs. Cougars.

2011: Pitched in 16 games, starting 12 of them ... picked off a remarkable eight base-runners during the season to lead the Pac-10 in that department ... spent most of the year as a regular in the starting rotation ... struck out eight over six innings in a no decision vs. BYU on March 4 ... took a hard loss March 25 vs. Nevada, going the distance (nine innings) and allowing only one earned run with no walks ... gave up just two runs over six and one-third in a loss April 1 at UCLA ... pitched nine shutout innings for a win (UW won, 3-0, in 10 innings) April 9 at Oregon ... gave up five hits in that one ... had a tremendous summer pitching for the Humboldt (Calif.) Crabs in the Far West League ... went 7-0 with a 0.17 earned run average ... over 54 innings, allowed just 23 hits, two runs (one earned) and 11 walks while striking out 83 ... also had two saves and threw five complete games while holding opponents to a .132 average ... led the Crabs to the league title ... struck out 18 batters in a seven-inning game, a two-hit shutout over Menlo Park ... named the league's top prospect by Perfect Game.

2010: Pitched in four games, making three starts ... solid first outing of the year with three innings of one-hit relief Feb. 21 vs. Gonzaga ... fanned three and walked none in that one ... started games vs. Fresno State, Oregon and BYU, but saw no action after March 11 ... had surgery in April and missed the remainder of the season, as well as summer ball.

2009: Worked on the mound in 16 games, five as a starter and 11 out of the bullpen ... had made seven relief appearances before first start ... first outing was a one-inning (no runs on one hit) in win over Wisconsin-Whitewater on Feb. 26 ... also pitched vs. Hawai'i the following day in the Metrodome ... struck out four in two no-hit innings of relief March 20 vs. Hawai'i ... pitched 2.1 innings (no runs on one hit) for first save March 22 vs. Oregon ... worked four innings of scoreless relief for the win March 28 at Stanford, allowing two hits and no walks while fanning four ... got first start April 3 at Safeco Field vs. Arizona State, allowing one run on three hits over 3.2 innings ... also made starts vs. Cal and UCLA before picking up second win April 24 at Oregon ... vs. the Ducks, allowed one run on five hits over six innings ... four Ks in 2.2 innings of relief May 8 vs. Oregon State, also at Safeco Field ... four innings of no-hit relief May 18 at Arizona ... played for both the Everett Merchants and the Seattle Studs in the summer ... 7-2 with a 1.97 earned run average for the summer ... went to the NBC World Series with the Studs and picked up a win vs. the San Diego Stars ... worked six shutout innings in that game.

SNOHOMISH HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters playing for coach Kim Hammons ... 7-0 with a 0.62 earned run average as a senior ... led Snohomish to the 4A state title as a senior, throwing a two-hitter in the title game to beat Kentlake ... team won the league title his junior and senior seasons ... also led his team to a state runner-up finish as a junior and to the first round of the state playoffs as a sophomore ... participated in the state all-star game after his senior year.

AARON WEST'S CAREER STATISTICS

Year    ERA  W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV    IP   H   R  ER BB  SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK
2009.. 5.90  2-0  16  5  0   0/0    1  39.2  37  26  26 21  33  4  1  7  .253  4   5  0
2010.. 9.00  0-1   4  3  0   0/0    0   9.0  15   9   9  7   7  1  0  5  .395  2   2  0
2011.. 5.18  1-8  16 12  1   0/1    0  73.0  90  50  42 18  44 18  5  6  .321  3   8  0
2012.. 2.53  7-5  17 16  1   1/3    1  96.0  89  29  27 18  65 18  2  2  .249  5   5  1
TOTAL  4.30 10-14 53 36  2   1/4    2 217.2 231 114 104 64 149 41  8 20  .281 14  20  1
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