|Hometown:||Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.|
|High School:||Los Osos HS|
UC Santa Barbara
Andrew quickly emerged as one of the most feared arms in collegiate baseball during his freshman campaign in which he led the Gauchos with 15 starts and 88.2 innings, earned a 6-4 record, finished the year with a Big West leading 1.93 ERA, and became the first freshman Gaucho pitcher since Barry Zito to strike out 100 batters during a season...highlights include an 8 inning shutdown outing against Nevada on March 10, a 7 inning 12K shutout effort against Rhode Island on March 16, and 7 innings allowing only 1 run against UC Davis on April 27...recieved All Big West 2nd Team honors and a spot on the Louisville Slugger Freshman All American team...also pitched for the local summer collegiate team the Santa Barbara Foresters helping them earn a National Baseball Congress National Championship.
Pitched and played first base for Dominick Copas at Los Osos High School ... In his senior year, Andrew posted a 1.54 ERA with 67 strikeouts in 52.4 innings pitched and finished with a 5-1 record.
Andrew was born in Riverside, Calif. on September 14, 1993 ... Calls Rancho Cucamonga home ... Pitched and also played first base in the Baseline League for the Los Osos Grizzlies ... Parents are Anthony and Rita Vasquez and he also has two siblings, Francine and Michael ... Is a global studies major ... Nickname is Drewbie ... Favorite sports teams are the San Diego Chargers and the Dodgers ... Favorite movie is The Bourne Identity ... Favorite novel is Catcher in The Rye ... Likes to listen to The Expendables, Jimi Hendrix, and Carlos Santana ... Hobbies include surfing and hiking ... His favorite athletes are Michael Jordan and Randy Johnson ... Favorite TV show is Ninja Warrior ... Was also recruited by West Point, Cal State Fullerton, the University of Arizona and UNLV.