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Jason Erickson
Jason Erickson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bonney Lake, Wash.

High School:
White River

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195

Position:
RHP

Experience:
3V

B/T:
R/R

PERSONAL
Born in Great Falls, Mont. ... son of Dean and Kay Erickson ... has two younger brothers, Nicholas and Tyson ... majoring in political science.

WASHINGTON
2008 (Junior) - Missed a long stretch of the season due to hand injury, but still made nine appearances, including six starts ... after a loss in first outing the season Feb. 23 at UC Riverside, pitched well in a win March 1 at Pacific ... vs. the Tigers, allowed one run on four hits and five strikeouts over 5.0 innings ... also notched a win March 8 vs. Cal Poly, surrendering only one earned run over eight innings, his longest outing of the year ... struck out seven in 7.0 innings, allowing one run on six hits, to beat Holy Cross on March 15 ... didn't pitch again until coming out of the bullpen May 4 at USC ... returned to starting rotation May 16 at Arizona State, taking the loss in a 5.2-inning outing ... also suffered a loss May 24 vs. Stanford despite striking out seven in a seven-inning outing ... played summer ball for the Mat-Su Miners in the Alaska League ... earned team MVP honors and first-team all-league ... went 7-1 with a 2.56 ERA and led the Alaska League with 42 strikeouts (while walking only seven). 2007 (Sophomore) - After beginning the year in the bullpen, emerged as a starter down the stretch ... appeared in total of 20 games with 12 relief appearances and eight starts ... after four relief outings, started March 5 at Southern Utah, earning the win with a solid outing: 5.0 innings, five hits, one run, no walks and two strikeouts ... picked up a long-relief save in the April 13 win over UC Riverside, allowing two runs over three innings ... walked only one batter in his first 35.1 innings ... no decision in second start, when he gave up three runs over five innings April 18 at Portland ... worked the first 4.2 innings of the UW's 6-0 win over USC, allowing three hits ... got the win April 28 at Utah Valley State, giving up two earned runs in five innings ... pitched the Huskies to a win in front of 10,421 fans at Safeco Field in the UW's 6-2 victory over No. 8 Oregon State ... against the Beavers, gave up four hits and one run over six innings ... final win of the year came May 11 at Stanford when he allowed four runs on nine hits over 5.2 innings ... played summer ball for the Mat-Su Miners in the Alaska Baseball League ... named his team's pitcher of the year after going 3-3 with a 1.56 earned run average ... gave up just eight walks in 52.0 innings ... earned honorable mention all-league. 2006 (Freshman) - Appeared in six games, all in relief, for the UW ... picked up the victory in his second career outing Feb. 18 at CS Northridge, allowing one run on four hits over two and two-thirds innings, his longest outing the season ... threw a perfect inning of relief in the Feb. 24 win over Gonzaga ... played summer ball for the Bend (Ore.) Elks, going 3-2 with a 3.00 ERA in 12 league appearances (seven starts).

WHITE RIVER HIGH SCHOOL
Earned four varsity letters for the Hornets under coach Mike Williams ... served as team captain as a junior and senior ... three-time second-team and one-time first-team All-Seamount League as a shortstop and twice a first-team all-league pitcher ... Seamount League MVP as a senior and was named to the King County Journal all-area team ... helped his summer team, Taylor Baseball, to a second-place finish at the USABF World Series in 2005 ... also earned a basketball letter ... graduated with a 3.54 GPA ... selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 45th round of the 2005 draft.

JASON ERICKSON'S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS:

YEAR   ERA  W-L   G GS CG SHO SV    IP   H   R  ER BB  SO 2B 3B HR  BF  AVG WP HBP BK
2006 24.30  1-0   6  0  0 0/0  0   6.2  20  20  18  7   3  5  0  3  47 .513  0   1  0
2007  4.78  4-3  20  8  0 0/3  1  64.0  77  38  34 17  28  8  2  3 283 .304  2   7  0
2008  3.55  3-3   9  6  0 0/0  0  45.2  46  22  18 13  35  8  2  1 195 .264  4   4  1
2009  4.34  5-4  14 11  1 1/1  0  74.2  81  40  36 18  55 16  2  5 314 .285  3   7  1
TOTAL 4.99 13-10 49 25  1 1/4  1 191.0 224 120 106 55 121 37  6 12 839 .299  9  19  2
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