Aaron Brown Throws First Complete Game; Chris Amezquita Hits Three-Run Homer
Waves Settle for Split in Season Series vs. Gauchos
Sam Meyer Homers as Waves Tally Seven Runs in the Fourth
Junior Matt Maurer tosses seven shutout innings for 6-1 victory.
2014/SOPHOMORE: Appeared in 22 games, making 15 starts for the Waves ... Batted .263 in 57 at-bats ... Hit one homer and two doubles, slugging .351 on the year ... Drove in seven runs and scored nine ... Was 1-for-1 on stolen base attempts ... Went 2-for-4 against Cal Poly (4/29) driving in a career-high two runs and scoring one more.
2013 SUMMER LEAGUE: Competed for the North Shore Navigators in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League ... Batted .295 with six doubles, two triples, two home runs and 12 RBI in 30 games for the Navs ... Stole nine bases.
2013/FRESHMAN: Appeared in 20 games with five starting nods during first collegiate season ... Batted .118 (4-34) with a pair of RBI ... Ranked fourth among West Coast Conference leaders in pinch hit at-bats with 12 ... Collected first hit in a 1-for-3, RBI effort against Western Michigan (2/16) ... Connected for a hit and an RBI in a win against Gonzaga (4/21).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Temecula Valley High School in 2012 ... Played three years under head coach Tony Nobienski ... Batted .293 as a senior in 2012 and won Freshman of the Year in 2009 ... Won President's Award.
CLUB: Was a member of the 17 and under HBD Boxers, 18 and under ABD Bulldogs, Angels Elite, and the Red Sox Scout team ... participated in Don Mattingly World Series in 2012 with Angels Elite.
PERSONAL: Given name is Devin Kenji Carter ... Born in La Jolla ... Plans to major in Sports Medicine ... Son of Takeshi and Carolln Carter ... Brother of Trevor and Saige ... Chose Pepperdine because of the location and baseball.
FAVORITES: Miguel Cabrera (pro baseball player); San Diego Padres (pro baseball team); Hunger Games Trilogy (book); Anchorman (movie); MLB Network (TV show); Jack Johnson (musical artist); Sushi (food); Basketball (sport other than baseball) ... has been to Japan.