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Matt Stevens
Matt Stevens

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Lake Stevens, Wash.

High School:
Lake Stevens HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 220

Position:
OF/1B

Experience:
2V

B/T:
R/R

Personal
Born in Edmonds, Wash. ... son of Patrick and Sherry Stevens ... got married in December, 2007, to wife, Cammie ... has three brothers - Nathan, Micah and David - and two sisters, Julie and Amy ... Nathan played college baseball and Micah played college basketball ... a history and political science major.

Washington
2007 (RS-Sophomore) - Earned honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 ... played in 35 games, starting 23 (21 in right field and two in left) ... after a slow start, caught fire at the plate in the latter part of the season ... after beginning the year only 3-for-40 (.075), went 19-for-56 (.339) over his final 15 games ... had 12 runs, 14 RBI and five stolen bases during that stretch ... began hot streak by going 2-for-3 with a triple, two runs and an RBI at Utah Valley State April 27 ... the following day, went 4-for-6 with two runs, and RBI and two steals ... 2-for-5 with two runs, three RBI and a homer May 9 vs. Portland ... hit safely in all three games at Stanford, going 5-for-12 with two doubles in the series ... 2-for-4 with two runs, four RBI and a home run May 15 vs. Gonzaga ... played summer ball for the Southern California Fire. 2006 (RS-Freshman) - Played in 59 of the Huskies' 61 games, starting 56, all at third base ... named first-team Academic All-Pac-10 ... 17 home runs ranked second in the Pac-10 Conference and fourth in UW single-season history ... 33rd in the nation in homers (0.29 per game) ... hit more home runs (6) in conference play than any player in the Pac-10 ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week and to the College Baseball Foundation's national honor roll on Feb. 21 ... earned those honors after a strong weekend series at Cal State Northridge, where he went 6-for-14 (.429) with three homers and six RBI ... on Feb. 18, he became the first Husky in 12 seasons to hit for the cycle, going 5-for-6 with two home runs and four RBI ... also homered in final CSUN game and the following game vs. Gonzaga ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week Mar. 14 after going 7-for-14 with four homers and 11 RBI in four total games vs. Santa Clara and San Diego ... four homers, 10 RBI in Santa Clara series alone, with back-to-back two-homer games (March 11-12) ... hit ninth homer March 19 vs. Cal Poly ... 4-for-9 with four RBI and a homer over final two UCLA games ... two homers, a double and four RBI in series at USC ... 2-for-4 with a homer and two RBI April 28 vs. Arizona ... homer and a double May 2 vs. Lewis-Clark State ... hit a two-run homer the following game May 5 at Oregon State ... three-run homer, his 16th, May 8 vs. Portland ... 17th and final home run came May 13 vs. Stanford ... played summer ball for the Alaska Goldpanners. 2005 (Freshman) - Played in 14 games, starting seven, as a freshman ... was just beginning to become a regular in the lineup when a broken bone in his hand ended his season in late March ... made starts at third base, left field, right field and DH ... got first hit, a single, of the bench Feb. 25 at Texas A&M ... 2-for-3 March 5 vs. UC Santa Barbara ... hit his first career home run the following day vs. the Gauchos ... also homered March 20 at Cal Poly ... 2-for-5 with three RBI in two starts at Arizona, his final two appearances of the season ... retro-actively granted a redshirt season due to the injury, preserving a possible fifth year of eligibility.

Lake Stevens High School
Earned three letters for coach Roger Anderson at Lake Stevens ... named first-team All-WesCo outfielder as a junior and first-team All-WesCo utility man as a senior, when he was also an all-area first-team and an all-state pick ... hit .300 with 25 RBI as a junior and .305 with 14 stolen bases as a senior, when he was also 6-1 on the mound ... played three seasons of varsity basketball and was a first-team All-WesCo pick as a junior and second-teamer as a senior ... graduated with a 3.75 grade point average.

MATT STEVENS' CAREER BATTING STATISTICS:

Year    Avg.    G/GS   AB   R   H 2B 3B  HR RBI  Slg%  BB HBP SO   OB% SF SH  SB/A
2005*   .276    14/7   29   5   8  0  0   2   6  .483   2  1  14  .333  1  0   0/0
2006    .239   59/56  205  35  49  6  1  17  48  .527  22  0  83  .310  2  1   5/5
2007    .229   35/23   96  12  22  3  1   2  16  .344   8  0  30  .280  3  3   5/7
Totals  .239  108/86  330  52  79  9  2  21  70  .470  32  1 127  .304  6  4 10/12
*retro-actively granted a medical redshirt season for 2005.
Washington Baseball
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