|Hometown:||Mission Viejo, Calif.|
|High School:||Tesoro High|
UC Santa Barbara
As a junior, Trevor played in all of the Gauchos' 54 games, starting in all but one ... He posted a .304 batting average in 194 at-bats, recording the most hits on the team with 59 ... Had 34 RBI, second-most on the team ... His 86 total bases led the team ... Had a .443 slugging percentage and a .392 on-base percentage ... His 12 doubles led the Gauchos and his five home runs were third-most ... Playing all his games at first base he held a .985 fielding percentage ... He also led the team in hit by pitches with 12, which counted as the eighth-most in the Big West ... In Big West play he hit an even higher .314 and slugged .488, both good for fourth on the team ... Six of his doubles and three of his homers came in conference action, as did 11 of his RBI ... Had a .410 on-base percentage and .488 slugging percentage in Big West play ... Posted 18 multi-hit games, which led the team ... Had seven multi-RBI games, second-best at UCSB ... Batted in the middle of the lineup much of the year - 10 games hitting third, 16 at cleanup and 11 batting fifth ... Recorded his first collegiate hit on February 23 against Westmont, in a game that he went 3-for-6 with two runs scored and three RBI ... On March 12 against Northern Illinois University, he went 3-for-4 with two runs scored ... On March 20 against New Mexico State he had a career high four hits and four RBI ... In the three-game New Mexico State series (March 20-21), Trevor had eight RBI ... Against UC Davis on May 23, went 2-for-5 with three RBI, two runs scored, a double and a home run.
Trevor played for the MLB Academy Barons in the California Collegiate League where he played in 33 games racking u 107 at bats ... He hit .271 and slugged .421 on 29 hits, 10 being doubles ... He had 17 RBIs and was named to the CCL All Star team.
Saddleback Junior College
Played two seasons under coach Jack Hodges ... Batted .325 in his sophomore year with six home runs, 39 RBI, 38 runs scored and five stolen bases ... Was named First Team All-Orange Empire Conference ... Went 4-for-4 with two home runs, six RBI and three runs scored in the first round of Regionals vs. College of the Canyons ... That performance helped team advance to Super Regionals ... In his freshman season, batted .255 with one homer, 26 RBI, four stolen bases and 24 runs scored ... Made the school's Honor Roll in both 2008 and 2009.
Played three seasons for Tesoro High's varsity squad and coach Rick Brail ... In his senior season, homered twice, drove in 17 runs and scored 17 more ... Was named First Team All-South Coast League ... Also set a school record for fielding percentage at .988 ... As a junior, had 10 RBI, one home run and 13 runs scored ... Even made a few appearances on the mound, earning one save and striking out four batters in six innings ... Made the school's Honor Roll in 2006 and 2007.
Trevor Whyte was bord on August 5, 1989 to Roger and Juanita Whyte in Mission Viejo ... Has three siblings - Ryan, 22, Brandon, 18, and Haley, 15 ... A business economics major ... Favorite sports teams are the Lakers and St. Louis Cardinals ... Enjoys reading "Where the Red Fern Grows," and "Of Mice and Men" ... Favorite movies are "Dumb and Dumber," "300" and "For Love of the Game" ... Favorite athletes are LeBron James, Lance Armstrong and former UCSB baseball star Skip Schumaker, now of the Cardinals ... Trevor can speak Spanish ... Was also recruited by UC San Diego, Chico State and Sacramento State.
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