The defending WCC champions will play five games between November 3-11
More than 1,200 WCC student-athletes received the award.
The school year was highlighted by sand volleyball's national championship and baseball's postseason run.
Aaron Barnett plates two runs in his 3-for-5 offensive outing vs. the Bulldogs.
2014/FRESHMAN: Started 60 of the Waves' 61 games on the year ... Named a Freshman All-American by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball and the NCBWA ... Named All-WCC honorable mention and to the All-WCC Freshman team ... Earned NCAA All-Regional honors ... Names WCC Player of the Week on 5/19/14 ... Led the team and was sixth in the WCC with a .359 batting average ... Drove in 27 runs while recording five doubles and one triple ... Was 15th in the NCAA, third in the WCC, going 18.6 at-bats between strikeouts (12 total) ... Committed just three errors on the year as the Waves' starting catcher (.991 fielding) ... Threw out 39% of base-stealers from behind the plate ... Posted a team-best 20-game hitting streak (3/22-4/30) ... Had a season-best four hits three times ... Drove in three runs against Long Beach State (2/18) and Santa Clara (5/22)
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Capistrano Valley High School ... Was a National Merit Quarterfinalist and a National AP Scholar ... Played two varsity seasons for Bob Zamora ... Was an Orange County North South Game All-Star and All-South Coast League second team honoree as a senior ... Named All-South Coast League first team as a junior ... Hit .337 for his career.
CLUB: Played for Elite Baseball, Team Rawlings, the OC Angels and the OC Giants ... Played in the Triple Crown Championship in Steamboat Springs, Colo. ... Qualified for the USSSA Elite 24 twice.
PERSONAL: Given name is Aaron Martin Barnett ... Born in Laguna Hills, Calif. ... Plans to major in Economics ... Son of Jonathan and Theresa ... Brother to Michael (21) ... Chose Pepperdine because of its great mix of athletics and academics.
FAVORITES: Derek Jeter (pro baseball player); New York Yankees (pro baseball team); The Keeper (book); 61* (movie); The Office (TV show); Macklemore (musical artist); Pizza (food); Hockey (sport other than baseball)