Cimber and Meggs named second-team Academic All-Pac-12.
Dawgs move to 11-10 in Pac-12 play with three-game sweep at Dedeaux Field.
Huskies return home to face SeattleU and Arizona this week.
Washington's '12 pitchings staff is deep and talented.
PERSONAL: Born in Federal Way, Wash. ... son of Gloria and Brent Brigham ... has an older brother, Tyler, a UW student ... both parents also attended the UW ... a business major.
2012: Appeared in 11 games, starting seven, during his sophomore season ... earned Academic All-Pac-12 honorable mention ... was limited by injury early in the year, but ended up as a regular in the starting rotation down the stretch as all seven starts come in Pac-12 play ... first appeared March 11 at Cal Poly, working an inning in a 10-5 Husky win ... pitched one-third of an inning May 17 vs. Oregon and an inning March 24 vs. CSU Bakersfield ... went three scoreless innings in final relief outing of the year April 7 vs. Stanford ... first start came April 15 at California, when he pitched the first four innings of a 5-3 Husky win ... pitched three innings in a start April 22 vs. Arizona ... at Utah on April 29, worked the first three ... didn't figure in the decision despite pitching five shutout innings at USC May 6, allowing two hits and no walks while striking out three ... no decision in four-inning start May 13 vs. UCLA ... took the loss May 19 at Arizona State, giving up four runs over three innings ... pitched well in the loss May 27 vs. Washington State, limiting the Cougars to two runs on six hits over a season-high six innings.
2011: Appeared in 23 games (tied for second-most on the team) and started five as a true freshman ... picked up the win in first appearance, the season-opener Feb. 18 vs. Missouri State ... went two and one-third in relief in that game, allowing no runs on two hits ... in two relief outings at CS Bakersfield, allowed two hits and fanned four over three scoreless innings ... struck out only two batters he faced in first BYU game ... after five shutout relief outings, finally allowed a run in third game of BYU series, but still got the save, allowing that one run over three innings ... made first start March 22 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff and got the win ... gave up four runs and struck out six over six innings in that one ... no decision despite a very good start four days later vs. Nevada ... worked eight and one-third innings vs. the Wolfpack, allowing three runs on eight hits with no walks and three Ks ... two scoreless relief outings in UCLA series ... pitched a scoreless 10th for the save April 9 at Oregon ... no decision in start April 12 at SeattleU, when he worked four and one-third shutout innings, allowing just two hits ... picked up the win April 19 vs. SeattleU, pitching seven shutout innings while allowing only three hits ... suffered lone loss in a start May 14 vs. Oregon State, working six innings ... earend a win in relief May 24 vs. Washington State in Pasco, Wash., pitching a scoreless, no-hit inning ... played for the Bend (Ore.) Elks during the summer ... earned second-team All-West Coast League honors for the Elks ... over 22 innings, posted a 0.82 ERA with six saves, a 2-1 record and 17 strikeouts.
THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two varsity letters under coach Mike Church ... captain as a senior ... Jefferson High School athlete of the year as a senior ... also the Federal Way Mirror's athlete of the year for 2009-10 ... hit. 447 with 18 RBI and 24 runs while posting a 0.76 ERA as a senior ... second-team All-South Puget Sound League (North) as both a pitcher and second baseman as a senior ... first-team All-SPSL 4A North as a junior ... pitched a no-hitter in a win over Kentwood as a junior ... also an honorable mention all-league basketball player as a senior ... one made eight three-pointers in a game, scoring 30 points in a win over Beamer ... also played golf and ran cross country in high school ... second-team All-SPSL North in golf in 2010 and offensive team MVP in basketball in 2010 ... graduated from Jefferson with a 3.98 grade point average.
JEFF BRIGHAM'S CAREER STATISTICS