There are currently 17 former Waves playing professionally both in the U.S. and internationally.
Baseball's Steve Rodriguez steps down after 12 seasons as the Waves' head coach.
Hutton Moyer is a two-time All-WCC first team selection.
The Waves close out the series vs. the Pilots on Sunday.
The defending WCC champions will play five games between November 3-11
Pepperdine took a thrilling 1-0 victory (11) against Washington Saturday on a walk-off single by Hutton Moyer.
Waves past and present converged on Eddy D. Field Stadium for the 2013 John Scolinos Alumni Game.
2015/JUNIOR: Appeared in 59 games, making 58 starts as a junior … Was named All-WCC first team and earned two WCC Player of the Week awards … Was a unanimous selection to the 2015 Fullerton NCAA All-Regional team … Finished the season fourth on the team with a .295 batting average … Was first in the WCC with 14 home runs on the season, tied for the eighth most in program history … Also led the conference with 45 RBI, 91 runs scored and 124 total bases … Posted 65 total hits, second most on the team … Had nine doubles and four triples … Slugged .564 and had a .413 on-base percentage … Led the team with 15 stolen bases on 23 attempts … Drew a team-high 31 walks and was also hit by 16 pitches … Drove in a career-high five runs twice on the season, once in NCAA Regional play against Arizona State (5/31) and also against Butler (2/20) … Hit two homers in three different games, including the final contest of the regular season against Gonzaga (5/17) which he ended with a walk-off blast … Had a two-triple game against Portland (3/28) … Posted 19 multi-hit games.
2014/SOPHOMORE: Was one of four players to start all 61 games for the Waves in 2014 ... Named to the All-WCC first team ... Earned NCAA All-Regional team honors after batting .667 (5-for-9) with three runs scored and one RBI in the San Luis Obispo Regional ... Named WCC Player of the Week (5/12) ... Was third on the team with a .306 batting average ... Led the team and WCC, and was seventh in the nation with 24 doubles on the year ... Also had a team-high four triples ... Posted a .444 slugging percentage, second highest on the team among regular starters ... Led the team and was fourth in the WCC with 15 stolen bases in 19 attempts ... Was the Waves' top hitter in the postseason, batting .379 ... Had a .387 on-base percentage on the year ... Drove in 22 runs and scored a team-high 52 ... Posted 103 total bases, second most on the team ... Had a career-high four-hit day against Cal State Northridge (4/15) ... Hit a career-high three doubles, going 3-for-5 with two RBI against Saint Mary's (4/4) ... Scored a career-best three runs against Saint Mary's (4/5).
2013/FRESHMAN: Produced as a freshman middle infielder ... Appeared in 39 games with 38 starting assignments ... Hit .258 with four doubles, triple, three home runs and 16 RBI ... Homered in back-to-back games against No. 24 Cal Poly (5/1) and at San Francisco (5/3) ... Finished the season on a tear batting a team-high .310 in May with a double, three home runs and six RBI in last 10 games ...Hit .298 against left-handers and .324 with runners aboard ... Turned in 12 multi-hit games, including two with three hits - vs. Cal Poly 3-for-5 with a double and a homer and a 3-for-4 day against Saint Mary's (5/10) ... Hit .429 against the Gaels (6-14) ... Collected a walk-off hit against Washington (4/6) in the 10th inning in a 1-0 victory ... Posted a seven-game hitting streak and ranked second on the team reaching base safely in 16 straight games ... Named to WCC All-Freshman Team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Cathedral Catholic High School in 2012 ... Played two years under head coaches Kevin Sharp and Gary Remiker ... Batted .350 from sophomore season to senior season ... Named to All-CIF in 2012.
PERSONAL:Given name is Hutton Scott Moyer ... Undecided major ... Son of Jamie and Karen Moyer ... Brother to seven siblings ... Father, Jamie, was a 25-year Major League veteran, who earned a World Series with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2008 ... Chose Pepperdine because it is a great opportunity to get to the next level.
FAVORITES: Chase Utley (pro baseball player); Philadelphia Phillies (pro baseball team); Space Jam (movie); Entourage (TV show); Chicken Parmesan and chocolate milk (food); Golf (sport other than baseball).