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Aaron Wick
Aaron  Wick

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Flushing, Mich.

High School:
Flushing

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175

Position:
Infield / LHP

Bats / Throws:
Left / Left


05/03/2014

KOONS SHUTS OUT VALPARAISO, OAKLAND WINS 1-0

Tim Koons tossed a complete game shutout allowing just three hits

Game-by-Game Stats | Career Stats

2011:
▪ Played in 46 games, making 46 starts as either a pitcher of first baseman
▪ On the mound he made 12 starts, hurling a total of 75.2 innings
▪ Went 60-for-168 at the plate and led the Oakland team with a .357 batting average
▪ Threw the first ever nine-inning complete-game shutout in the division I era at OU against Western Michigan (Mar. 29)
▪ Pitched OU to a win over Oral Roberts (May 8) on Senior Day just the fourth win over ORU in school history
▪ Had seven doubles for a .399 slugging percentage and posted a team-leading .427 on-base percentage
▪ Drove in 30 runs, which was third-most on the team and also scored 24 runs
▪ Finished the season with a 5.23 ERA, which ranked second among OU starting pitchers
▪ Ended the year with a 4-7 record and was second best on the team with 39 strikeouts
▪ Posted a total of 16 multi-hit games
▪ Had seven games where he posted a season-high three hits
▪ Was 3-for-5 and drove in a season-high three runs in OU's win over South Dakota State (Apr. 29)
▪ Went 3-for-5 and equaled a season high by scoring twice as he helped OU beat Centenary (May 20)
▪ Stole seven bases in 12 attempts
▪ Was named The Summit League Pitcher of the Week on April 4 for his effort against Western Michigan
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team

2010:
▪ Played in 48 games drawing 46 starts
▪ Hurled the first no-hitter for OU at the NCAA Division I level with a 4-0 win over Southern Utah (5/21)
▪ Had 11 doubles and two home runs, scored 19 runs, drove in 17 runs while batting .299
▪ Had 14 multiple hit games
▪ Drove in the game-winning runs vs. Concordia (4/2), North Dakota State (5/9) and Southern Utah (5/20)
▪ Had four hits in back-to-back games vs. SUU (5/20-21)
▪ On the mound, made 14 appearances drawing 11 starts with a record of 3-6
▪ Gave up 71 hits, 57 runs, 47 earned while walking 35 and striking out 36
▪ Had a earned run average of 7.38 in 57.3 innings of work
▪ Named Summit League Pitcher of the Week for May 24
▪ Was selected to the Summit League All-Academic team.

2009:
▪ A two-way player for the Golden Grizzlies as a pitcher and first baseman
▪ Saw action in 16 games on the mound, drawing eight starts with one complete game
▪ Posted a 4-4 record with a 7.26 ERA in 53.1 innings of work
▪ Also hit .053 in 12 games
▪ Hit a solo homer against Concordia (3/27)
▪ His first win of the season was a complete game win over North Dakota State (4/11), he allowed one run, while fanning six
▪ Fanned eight in his next appearance against IPFW (4/18), picking up his second win
▪ Tossed a scoreless inning against Olivet (5/6) to pick up the win
▪ Picked up his fourth win against Centenary, after allowing three hits in six innings in a 20-4 win (5/15)

2008:
▪ Saw action in 17 games, drawing the start in six
▪ Also pitched in 12 games, starting four
▪ Posted a 2-2 record with a 4.97 ERA while hitting .320 with five RBI
▪ Made his OU debut against Kentucky (2/28), tossing an inning and allowing two runs
▪ Threw six innings in his first start on the mound for OU, scattering two hits and allowing two runs, one earned at Western Michigan (4/8)
▪ Went 2-for-3 with an RBI against Centenary (4/20)
▪ Pitched four scoreless innings against Olivet (4/29)
▪ Went 2.2 solid innings, allowing just one unearned run against IPFW (5/4)
▪ Was 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI against Rochester College (5/1)

2007: Redshirted.

Flushing High School:
▪ Earned three letters for coach Kevin Vince
▪ Second team All-League as an outfielder in 2004
▪ A first team All-League and All-District as a pitcher in 2005, compiling a 10-1 record and maintaining a 1.12 ERA
▪ Was a first team All-League, All-District, All-Region and All-State as an outfielder in 2006
▪ Batted .518 with six doubles, one triple and 44 hits, while compiling a 9-2 record and a 1.58 ERA on the mound as a senior
▪ Played summer ball with the Grosse Pointe Redbirds for coach Doug Jenzen
▪ Also lettered twice in football
▪ Was elected team captain as a junior
▪ Tabbed honorable mention All-League as a kicker in 2004
▪ Was second team All-League as a quarterback in 2005

Personal: Born Aaron Daniel Wick on March 1, 1988 in Flint, Michigan ... son of Dan and Sue Ann Wick ... favorite video game is MVP NCAA Baseball 2006 ... favorite food is pizza ... superstitions are getting dressed the same way every game and switching bats when he gets out ... what makes him a good baseball player is his work ethic and his heart ... Wick is majoring in marketing

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