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    Jeff Paschke
    Jeff  Paschke

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Santa Barbara, Calif.

    High School:
    Santa Barbara HS

    Height / Weight:
    6-5 / 215

    Position:
    Pitcher

    Experience:
    2V

    Bats-Throws:
    Right-Right

    04/26/2016

    Trojans Drop Back-and-Forth Contest to Visiting UC Irvine

    Trojans unable to hold onto lead and cannot make a comeback late.

    04/22/2016

    Trojans Fight Through Rain Delay And Extra Innings To Defeat The Cougars 4-2

    Trojans win an extra innings contest on the road, 4-2.

    04/19/2016

    Offense Explodes for Five Home Runs as Trojans Defeat No. 18 Long Beach State 8-3

    Adalberto Carrillo had two home runs on the day.

    04/12/2016

    Trojans Unable To Push Across Runs Late, Drop Midweek At Pepperdine 3-2

    Waves hold Trojans to just six hits.

    04/09/2016

    Trojans a Bright Spot Through the Rain as They Defeat Utah 5-2

    Starter Joe Navilhon throws a career-high 7.0 innings of nine-strikeout ball.

    2015/SOPHOMORE: In his sophomore season for the Trojans, Paschke appeared in 13 games with one start...Pitched a season high of 2.1 innings on February 24 versus Fresno State...In his start on April 7 versus Santa Barbara he pitched 2.0 innings and had two strikeouts...Totaled 12 strikeouts in his 14.2 innings pitched...Allowed 15 hits and 11 runs...Recorded an ERA of 6.14 with a 1-0 record. 2014 SUMMER BALL: Played for the Peninsula Oilers in the Alaska League ... Batted .259 in 32 games with 28 hits ... Recorded seven doubles for the season with 11 RBI ... Was a two-way player as he also pitched ... Pitched in 12 games and threw a total of 13.1 innings ... Finished the season with a 2.02 ERA ... Played with fellow Trojan teammate, Andrew Wright ... Oilers placed third in the American League of the Alaska Baseball League with a record of 20-25.

    2014/FRESHMAN: In his first season of work for the Trojans, Paschke competed as both an infielder and pitcher ... As an infielder, he batted .250 and started two out of eight games ... Recorded two doubles ... Finished the season 3-for-12 with 14 runs ... His first career hit came on Feb. 16 versus Northwestern where he went 1-for-1 and recorded a double ... As a pitcher, Paschke appeared in 18 games with one start ... His first career start came on March 23 at Stanford where he threw 1.1 innings of work, allowing three runs and two hits, while striking out one ... Finished the season with 22 strikeouts in 28.0 innings of work ... Tallied a season and career high of four strikeouts in 4.1 innings of work at Oregon (March 16) ... Finished the season with a 4.82 ERA and a 3-3 record.

    2013 SUMMER BALL: Competed for the Santa Paula Halos of the California Collegiate League, where he was named a 2013 All-Star starter in the CCL All-Star Game...Named to the First Team All-CCL team and was ranked the league's fifth-best hitting prospect.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons at Valley Christian HS in Arizona, before transferring to Santa Barbara HS for his senior year 2012-13... 2013 Rawlings California All-Region First Team...2013 All-City High School Player of the Year...2013 First Team All-Channel League honors...In 2011 at Valley Christian HS in Arizona, led team to 2A state title, named sophomore baseball Player of the Year by ESPN Rise magazine ... All-Arizona state selection in 2011 and 2012...Four-time all-league selection ... Had 31 varsity career home runs.

    PERSONAL: Parents are Mike and Sarah... Father played basketball at Baldwin Wallace....Uncle played football at ASU...Has one brother, Jake...Undecided major...Favorite athlete is Paul Goldschmitt...Favorite movie is Old School... Favorite television shows are South Park, ESPN, Blue Mountain State... Listens to Rebelution, Slightly Stoopid, Currensy... Hopes to play baseball professionally...Favorite foods include steak, tacos, pizza ...Birthdate is December 19, 1994.