Stubbs, who threw out 52 percent of would-be base stealers wins prestigious award.
Stubbs was named the best defensive catcher nationally on the nine-man Gold Glove team.
Garrett Stubbs earns First Team All-American honors for the second time this season.
The senior catcher was drafted 229th overall.
The senior catcher has thrown out 54 percent of would-be base stealers.
USC Baseball vs. Nebraska Feb. 17, 2013 Dedeaux Field Photos by Pierson Clair
2014/JUNIOR: As a junior, Stubbs appeared in 47 games, starting all of them ... Batted .287 for the season... Tallied 49 hits, four doubles and 24 runs ... Collected a total of 18 RBI ... Went on a five-game hitting streak from Feb. 14-Feb. 21 ... Had a season-high of three hits which occurred five times throughout the season ... Tallied 14 multi-hit games ... Led the team with 11 hit-by-pitch ... Had an on base percentage of .382 and a slugging percentage of .310 ... Recorded six multi-RBI outings ... Was hit-by-pitch twice on Feb. 16 versus Northwestern ... Went 3-for-4 with one run scored on April 6 at Arizona State ... Stole a total of six bases for the season.
2013 SUMMER BALL: Began the season playing for the Plymouth Pilgrims in the New England Collegiate League ... Named to the New England Collegiate League Eastern Division All-Star Team ... Batted .267 in 30 games while playing for the Pilgrims ... Recorded 28 hits, three of which were doubles while in the New England League ... Picked up by the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod League when the NECBL finished ... Played eight overall games for the Kettleers, going 2-for-5 with one RBI in two regular season games. In six playoff contests, Stubbs was 5-for-11 at the plate, scoring three runs and driving in another three ... Cotuit Kettleers won the Cape Cod League ... Played against teammate Kyle Twomey in the Cape Cod Championship series.
2013/SOPHOMORE: As a sophomore in 2013, Stubbs earned All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention as the Trojans main catcher...He led the Pac-12 with 23 runners caught stealing...He also went error free in 44 games played...He batted .235 and drove in seven RBIs, one triple and five doubles...He also drew 21 walks to lead the team...Had six multi-hit games...Went 3-for-4 with one run scored on April 2 vs. UC Irvine...Went 1-for-3 with a season-high two RBIs vs. TCU (May 3)...Drew a season-high three walks on May 18 vs. UCLA...Overall drew five walks over three-game series vs. UCLA (May 17-19)...Went on a season-high seven game hitting streak from April 6-21.
2012 SUMMER BALL: Played for the Peninsula Oilers in the Alaska Baseball League ... Hit .245 in 16 games ... Drove in five runs with four doubles and one home run ... Named the Alaska Baseball League's No. 23 prospect by Perfect Game ... Peninsula Oilers placed third in the Alaska Baseball League.
2012/FRESHMAN: As a true freshman in 2012, Stubbs appeared in 44 games, making 30 starts, with majority of them coming in the outfield ... Batted .189 (24-for-127) with 12 RBIs, one triple, one home run and 16 runs scored ... Stubbs got out to a fast start, hitting .290 through his first nine games and got hits in six of his first 10 games ... Started out his career on a four-game hit streak, with three of those being multi-hit games ... Collected his first collegiate RBI on Feb. 18 vs. Jacksonville in a 1-for-3 performance ... Hit his first career home run on March 28 vs. UC Irvine ... Hit his career-high of two hits in a game five times during the season, with the first coming in his collegiate debut vs. Jacksonville (2/17) where he went 2-for-5 with two runs scored ... Collected his first career double at Stanford (3/26) ... Scored a season and career high three runs vs. Cal State Bakersfield (3/11) ... Stole two bases and only made one error in the field.
HIGH SCHOOL: He was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Torrey Pines High for coach Matt Chess...batted .391 with 27 runs, 13 doubles and 18 RBI as a senior...a two-time All-CIF San Diego selection...earned All-North County and All-Avocado League 1st team honors in junior and senior seasons...named to 2011 California all-region 2nd team...received Prefect Game USA all-region honorable mention honors in 2010.
PERSONAL: He has not yet decided on a major at USC...parents are T Pat and Marti...lists David Eckstein as his biggest sports hero because his drive and determination...enjoys traveling to Mexico with his family in his free time...has wanted to be a Trojan since he was a kid...birthday is May 26, 1993.
Pac-12 Conference Career Statistics