Sophomore is slated to be the starting second baseman in 2006.
After injuries riddled the Gaucho middle-infield, Carrithers stepped up as the starting second baseman...also started 12 games at shortstop...batted .285 in 44 games played...Hitting in the leadoff spot, he sported a team-high .413 on-base percentage...Ranked third on the team with nine doubles...Swiped six bags and scored 30 runs...Finished with 26 walks on the season, ranking third on the team...Went 3-for-5 with three runs scored, a homer and a season-high two stolen bases at Cal State Northridge on May 27...On March 25 against Oral Roberts, Carrithers finished 2-for-3 with two RBI, a double, two runs scored, a stolen base and a walk...Posted multi-hit games on thirteen occasions...Scored two or more times in nine games.
Stayed in Santa Barbara and found time in the infield for the Santa Barbara Foresters...Batted .275 with a .448 OBP...Helped the Foresters to a No. 2 national ranking and a second place finish at the NBC World Series in Wichita, Kansas...Played in Cuba against the Cuban Junior National Team last July.
Attended Oregon Episcopal School, but played baseball for Beaverton High School since OES did not field a program...Three-time All-Metro selection and unanimous All-State performer as a senior...Holds BHS single-season records for batting average (.507) and on-base percentage (.656)...Played second base and shortstop under coaches Bill Love, Mike Wantland and Mike Bubalo...Also played lacrosse and was a four year letterwinner in soccer...Played one season of summer ball for the Portland Kings...Selected to play in the Area Code Goodwill Games in Japan in summer of 2002.
Born November 11, 1984...A Business Economics major at UCSB...Roots for the San Francisco Giants, Atlanta Falcons and Real Madrid...Favorite Movie is Bad Boys.... Favorite aspect of Santa Barbara is the beach...Would like to face Pedro Martinez...Son of Jeff and Karen Carrithers.