Born April 7, 1983, in Bellevue, Wash. ... son of Greg and Sally Fenton ... has an older sister, Sunny, and a younger brother, Ross ... both parents attended the University of Washington ... member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity ... a pre-engineering major.
2003 (Sophomore) - Finished the season not having allowed a single run, earned or otherwise, in 32.1 innings of work ... All-Pac-10 first-team selection and a third-team All-American from Baseball Amerca ... allowed only 16 hits and 11 walks while striking out 49 ... opponents batted only .145 against him ... 18 appearances, all in relief and all late in the game as he finished the game in 17 of 18 ... struck out five in a game six times ... 12 saves led the Pac-10 and was third in UW history ... picked up two saves in the NCAA Regional, in each of the UW wins over Minnesota ... got two saves in the USC series, throwing three perfect innings ... Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week after three saves in four games in final week of season ... got eighth save May 19 vs. ASU, allowing three hits, but fanning five over 2.1 ... left four runners in scoring position in that one ... worked 2.2 innings May 10 at UCLA for seventh save ... struck out five and allowed two hits in that one ... allowed three hits and no runs in 3.2 relief innings May 2 at Washington State ... was outstanding in 11-inning, 4-3 win over Arizona Apr. 11, working the final 3.2 for the win ... gave up one hit and struck out five ... struck out five in 2.1 IP Apr. 5 for save vs. Oregon State ... didn't pitch for nearly two weeks before getting a save Mar. 23 at UC Irvine, fanning the final three of the game ... got two saves in first Washington State series, getting the final out in Mar. 7 11-8 win and working two innings (one hit, three Ks) in the 6-5 win the next day... struck out five and gave up one hit over 2.2 to get win vs. San Diego State ... got second save Feb. 23 vs. Gonzaga, coming on with no outs and two on in the ninth and retiring the next three in order without allowing a run... pitched briefly for the Fairbanks (Alaska) Goldpanners over the summer ... didn't surrender a run in his seven and one-third innings for the Goldpanners ... enters the 2004 season having not allowed a run in 37.1 innings dating back to May 26, 2002, when Arizona's Moises Duran hit a home run off of him ... 2002 (Freshman) - Appeared in 19 games - second-most on the team - starting once ... emerged as a closer in the second half of the season ... six of 13 earned runs he allowed in relief came in one outing March 2 vs. Utah ... outside of that one outing, threw 22.2 innings of relief, allowing 20 hits and 10 runs (seven earned), good for a 2.78 ERA over those 17 outings ... got the save April 27 at Cal after fanning the last two batters of the game with the bases loaded ... worked 4.2 relief innings vs. Cal over two outings, allowing only one run ... got the win in the Huskies' ninth-inning win over Rice to force a second regional championship game ... threw the final three and a third of that game, allowing no hits or runs ... worked 1.2 no-hit relief innings May 19 at Oregon State ... threw three innings of relief in May 14's first game vs. Gonzaga, allowing only one hit ... picked up the win May 4 vs. UCLA with 1.2 innings ... also got a win with a two-inning relief outing March 26 vs. Washington State ... suffered the loss in the third game at USC, allowing two runs in one and a third ... earned his first start April 2 vs. Gonzaga ... allowed three runs on five hits over four innings in a no-decision.
North Kitsap High School
Earned three varsity letters on the North Kitsap baseball team ... team finished first in the Olympic League his sophomore and senior years ... posted a career won-lost record of 18-3, going 2-0 as a sophomore, 7-1 as a junior and 9-2 as a senior ... first-team All-Olympic League as a senior after making the second team as a junior ... most inspirational award winner as a senior ... captain his junior and senior years ... also played two years of football.