31 - Bryce Uhrig
Bryce Uhrig
Born: 09/11/1987
Height: 6-4
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Santa Barbara, Calif.
High School: Santa Barbara HS
College: Pepperdine
Position: RHP

Pepperdine
In 2009, pitched in 15 games, making two starts ... Finished with a 2-1 mark and a 2.62 ERA ... Struck out 32 batters in 34.1 innings, walking only nine ... Also picked up a save ... On May 22, vs. Chicago State, made his second start of the season and went 5.0 innings, allowing just one run on five hits with four strikeouts ... Pitched 4.0 innings in each of his last two outings, combining to allow just one earned run on seven hits with seven K's ... Against UCSB on May 6, pitched 3.2 innings allowing two hits while striking out five, which was a season-high ... In final 17.1 innings pitched, spanning six appearances, allowed just one earned run, 11 hits and struck out 18 batters.

Santa Barbara City College
Played two seasons for Teddy Warrecker and the Vaqueros ... Went 13-2 in his first season at SBCC with 90 strikeouts in 100 innings pitched ... Named a Freshman All-American ... A First Team All-WSC selection in both seasons ... Named the team's Most Valuable Pitcher in both seasons at SBCC ... Helped the team to a WSC title as a freshman ... As a sophomore he went 9-1 with 70 strikeouts in 80 innings.

High School
Was a two-time letterwinner for Fred Warrecker ... Named All-Channel League as a junior and senior ... Helped the Dons to league titles in both seasons he pitched ... Named a Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Player of the Week on three occasions ... Also played football.

Personal
Bryce Uhrig was born on September 11, 1987 in Santa Barbara to parents Bryan and Laura ... Has an older brother, named Brooks ... Majoring in economics ... Plans to travel the world and stay happy ... Roots for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Lakers ... Favorite movies are "Casino Royale," "Kill Bill," "Inglorious Basterds" and "Major League" ... Favorite books are "My Prison Without Bars" by Pete Rose and "Ball Four" by Jim Bouton ... Calls longtime Santa Barbara News-Press writer Mark Patton his favorite writer ... Enjoys surfing, skateboarfing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, skimboarding, playing soccer and tennis in his free time ... Lists Mariano Rivera, Clayton Kershaw, Pete Rose, Pat Tillman, Jeremy Shockey and Shannon Brown as his favorite athletes ... Likes to watch "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Sportscenter," "Eastbound and Down," and "America Chopper" on TV ... Wants people to know he would love to sail the high seas ... Claims he speaks Spanish, Peruvian, Italian, French and Portugese ... Was also recruited by Oregon and Tennessee Wesleyan ... Nickname is Sergio.

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