UC Davis to honor seniors prior to first pitch in the series finale on Saturday
UC Davis and Nevada try again to meet on the diamond after first meeting canceled due to weather
Senior right-hander earns first career conference award after shutout performance against UC Riverside
Junior earns his first career Big West Pitcher of the Week award
Fresh off their first series win, the Aggies take on the Cardinal in mid-week action
2008: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Set school record with 30 appearances, all in relief... Posted a 6-2 record with 2 saves... Finished with 4.61 ERA and 46 strikeouts in 41.0 innings... Named Big West Conference Pitcher of the Week (5/5), giving UC Davis a sweep of the weekly honors... Credited with three straight relief wins vs. No. 3 Stanford (4/30) and No. 23 Long Beach State (5/3, 5/4) to earn the award... Fanned a season-best 8 batters in 4.1 innings against Utah (3/2), his longest outing of the season... Struck out 6 batters in only 3.1 innings at Nevada (3/12)... First collegiate win came at Sacramento State (4/1)... Won first four career decisions... Drafted by the New York Yankees in the 32nd round, but did not sign.
UCLA: Redshirted in 2006 then pitched in exhibition only (vs. St. Paul) in 2007.
MENLO SCHOOL '05: Two-sport standout, excelling in both baseball and water polo... Posted 8-3 mark with 1.57 ERA and 139 strikeouts (in 80.1 innings) as a senior, earning San Mateo County Player of the Year honors... Voted among top 15 area players by San Francisco Chronicle... Went 12-0 with 0.72 ERA and school-record 146 strikeouts as a junior, claiming first-team Cal-Hi Sports All-State accloades... Also named Peninsula Athletic League Player of the Year in 2004... Team won Central Coast Section title that year... Set school records for strikeouts in a game (18), season (146) and career (433)... Finished with 29-7 career record... Earned prep All-America and first-team All-CCS honors in water polo, scoring 70 goals and 66 assists... Played summer ball for St. Cloud Riverbats of Northwoods League, helping team capture league title in 2005.
PERSONAL: Born in Walnut Creek, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Tom & Nancy Suiter... Career highlight was winning a section title in 2004... Would like to amend his sport by requiring wood bats and moving the fences to 500 feet.
Five Aggies invited to
NCAA Career in Sports Forum