27 - Chuck Huggins
Chuck Huggins
Born: 05/06/1986
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Redwood City, Calif.
High School: Menlo School
College: Trinity College
Position: LHP
2008
Veteran southpaw should be a weekend starter. 2007
Best record on pitching staff going 6-2 in 17 appearances...Tied for second on the team with eight starts finishing with a 5.50 ERA...In 54 innings pitched surrendered 47 hits and 33 earned runs...Led the team with a .242 batting average against...Held Pepperdine scoreless on March 25 in six innings of work and four strikeouts...Recorded season-high six strikeouts on March 31 against TCU. Trinity University
Pitched for Tim Scannell and the Tigers at Trinity...Collected a 6-2 record in 11 starts and 53.2 innings pitched as a sophomore, tallying two complete games and 54 strikeouts while surrendering 42 hits and 23 earned runs en route to a 3.86 ERA... Earned Division III National Pitcher of the Week honors in April 2006...Also pitched a no-hitter against Hendrix College, tallying 13 strikeouts...Went 4-2 in nine appearances, six as a starter, and 27.2 innings as a freshman in 2005...Notched 33 strikeouts and surrendered 17 earned runs, 24 hits and 24 walks in those innings to finish with a 5.53 ERA. Summer Ball
Played for the Fort Collins Foxes of the Mountain Collegiate Baseball League in 2006...Finished with a 3.02 ERA in 50.2 innings pitched...Tallied 51 strikeouts on the season. High School
Pitched for Craig Schoof and the Knights at Menlo School...As a senior, finished 12-1 with an ERA of 1.03 in 75 innings pitched...Tallied an impressive 112 strikeouts in those innings...Earned Cal High Sports All-State honors and named to the San Mateo All-County team in 2004...His 12 victories was a school record for single season wins...Led the Knights to the 2004 CLS Division III Championship...Recruited by USF and Trinity University. Personal
Born May 6, 1986 in San Mateo, Calif...Majoring in business economics...Aspires to play professional baseball or become a financial advisor...If he was not playing baseball, he would be playing intertube water polo...Earned the Golden Eagle academic award...Roots for the San Francisco Giants and 49ers...Favorite athletes are Peyton Manning and Shawn Estes...Most memorable sports moment was throwing a no-hitter at Trinity...Enjoys watching "Tommy Boy"...Watches "Sports Center" daily...Would choose Kevin Costner to play him in a Hollywood movie about his life...Enjoys fly fishing in his free time...Would like to invite Barry Bonds, Peyton Manning and Colin Powell to dinner...Best baseball advice received was given by Craig Schoof: "Hitters can be beat with either the pitch or the location"...Has two sisters, Anna and Mimi...Son of Chip and Pam Huggins.