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    Wyatt Strahan
    Wyatt Strahan

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Villa Park, Calif.

    High School:
    Villa Park

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 225

    Position:
    Pitcher

    Bats-Throws:
    Right-Right

    04/17/2014

    Strahan Complete-Game Shutout Propels the Trojans to a 1-0 Victory Over Arizona

    Wyatt Strahan threw his first career complete-game shutout on Thursday.

    04/12/2014

    Despite Strahan's Career Day, Trojans Fall 4-3 to Visiting Utah

    Wyatt Strahan struck out 11 batters, a career high for the junior.

    04/10/2014

    Trojans Return to Dedeaux Field for Big Pac-12 Series vs. Utah

    Game one of the series is set for Friday, April 11 at 6 p.m.

    04/07/2014

    USC Remains on Road, Travels to Pepperdine for Midweek Contest

    Trojans looking to even the series on Tuesday at Eddy D. Field Stadium

    04/04/2014

    Trojans Tie Things Up Late, Eventually Fall 5-3 in Game One at Arizona State

    The Trojans tied the game up in the top of the eighth, but were unable to hold on.

    2013/SOPHOMORE: As the Saturday starter for the Trojans as a sophomore in 2013, Strahan had the lowest ERA of any Trojan pitcher, 2.45, while going 4-3 in 13 appearances (12 starts), 80.2 innings pitched...He struck out 45 batters and held opponents to a .247 batting average...Made his first career start on Feb. 16 at Cal State Bakersfield, took a no-decision in five complete innings of work, striking out four and allowing four hits, three runs (two earned)...In his third career start on March 9, Strahan took a no-decision as he threw six complete innings, allowing only one run on seven hits with four strikeouts...Had a career and season high seven strikeouts in a no-decision start on Feb. 23 at Cal State Northridge...Went eight innings at Utah (April 20), allowing only one run on six hits while striking out six in his second victory of the year...Had wins in back-to-back starts, first on May 3 vs. TCU and again on May 11 vs. Washington State...Threw his first complete game on May 11, winning his fourth game of the year, allowing only one run on seven hits, while striking out six and allowing only two walks...Issued a season-low one walk in two different starts, first on March 9 vs. Notre Dame and again on April 13 vs. Arizona State.

    2012/FRESHMAN: As a freshman in 2012, Strahan made 22 appearances out of the bullpen for the Trojans ... Pitched a total of 26.1 innings, allowing 11 runs (only four earned) on 18 hits ... Struck out 18 and finished with a 3-3 record and a 1.37 ERA ... Also tallied two saves ... Picked up his first career win vs. Jacksonville Univ. (2/19) after throwing 1.1 innings of shutout baseball in relief, striking out two and allowing only one hit as the Trojans won 4-3 ... Collected his first career save at Long Beach State (2/21) after dishing out 2.0 innings of no-hit baseball, striking out one as the Trojans won 4-2 ... Also collected a win vs. Cal State Bakersfield (3/9) after throwing 1.1 innings of no-hit ball and striking out one as the Trojans won 6-5 ... Picked up his second save at Stanford (3/26) after coming out of the bullpen to throw 1.1 innings of no-hit ball as USC won 8-4 ... The third win of the season for Strahan came vs. California (4/7) after throwing 0.1 innings as USC won 3-2 ... Tallied a season and career high three strikeouts vs. Utah (3/16) and against Loyola Marymount (4/10) ... Had a total of five multi-strikeout outings in appearances that never were longer than 3.2 innings.

    HIGH SCHOOL: He was a three-time varsity letterwinner at Villa Park High for coach Scott Zine...posted a 1.48 ERA in 66 innings and held opponents to a .207 batting average with 16 walks and 55 strikeouts...earned all-county and team MVP honors in his senior year...drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 27th round of the 2011 MLB Draft...a four-time scholar athlete...also played basketball.

    PERSONAL: He has not yet decided on a major at USC...parents are Timothy and Cheryl...lists Jackie Robinson and Mark Herzlich as his sports heroes because of their courage and determination...enjoys volleyball, football and the beach in his free time...came to USC because of the great academics and baseball tradition...birthday is April 18, 1993.

    Career Statistics

    Year ERA W-L APP GS SVS IP H R ER BB SO WP HB BK BAVG
    2012 1.37 3-3 22 0 2 26.1 18 11 4 18 18 0 1 0 .189
    2013 2.45 4-3 13 12 0 80.2 72 31 22 41 45 7 7 0 .247
    Career 2.19 7-6 35 12 2 107.0 90 42 26 59 63 7 8 0 .233

    Pac-12 Conference Career Statistics

    Year ERA W-L APP GS SVS IP H R ER BB SO WP HB BK BAVG
    2012 3.00 1-2 11 0 1 12.0 12 7 4 7 7 0 0 0 .255
    2013 2.56 3-3 9 8 0 56.1 52 21 16 29 26 5 4 0 .257
    Career 2.63 4-5 20 8 1 68.1 64 28 20 36 33 5 4 0 .257