|Hometown:||Huntington Beach, Calif.|
|High School:||Edison HS|
Batted .340 with 48 runs and a league-high 55 RBI in 65 games for the Kenosha Kingfish in the Northwoods League … batted .375 with two runs and three RBI over four games in the Northwoods League playoffs … named the Most Valuable Player of the Northwoods League All-Star Game … totaled 25 extra-base hits, including six homeruns … led the team in regular season at-bats (262), hits (89), doubles (17), RBI (55) and stolen bases (22) … racked up 29 multi-hit games and 15 multi-RBI games … helped lead Kenosha to a 52-24 overall record, winning the Northwoods League Championship and finishing first in the Northwoods League South Division.
Missed the season.
Missed the season due to injury and earned a medical redshirt.
Played in five games for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox of the prestigious Cape Cod League...recorded one hit in 15 at-bats as his summer was cut short due to a shoulder injury...Yarmouth-Dennis finished in fourth place in the East Division of the CCL, falling to the Chatham Anglers in the first round of the playoffs.
Played in all 66 games, making 63 starts (all in right field)...led the team in batting average (.281) and on-base percentage (.387)...tied for the team lead in hits (68) and doubles (14)...scored 42 runs and recorded 33 RBI while stealing nine bases...led the team with 20 multi-hit games (16 two-hit games, three three-hit games and one four-hit game)...went 3-for-6 with three RBI and three runs in the second game of the season against Minnesota...hit .236 with 18 runs and 14 RBI in Pac-12 play...scored two runs and posted three RBI against California on March 24, leading UCLA to a 10-2 win...enjoyed a 12-game hit streak from April 30 to May 19...at one point in the season, reached base in 21 consecutive games...hit .339 and slugged .400 during the final 32 games of the season...also posted an on-base percentage of .431 over the final 32 games...was UCLA's leading hitter in the postseason, starting all 10 games and batting .444 with eight runs, 11 RBI and a .500 slugging percentage...went 5-for-13 in the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, knocking in two runs and scoring four more...was named to the NCAA Los Angeles Regional All-Tournament Team...went 4-for-5 with the game-winning RBI in the top of the 10th in UCLA's 5-3 win over Cal State Fullerton in game one of the NCAA Fullerton Super Regional...batted .333 in five College World Series games, logging eight RBI...was responsible for both of UCLA's runs in the CWS opener vs. LSU, hitting a sacrifice fly and reaching on an error to give UCLA a 2-1 win over the Tigers...scored two runs in the Bruins' 4-1 win over North Carolina that sent UCLA to the CWS Finals...in the CWS Finals, went a combined 4-for-6 in the two games against Mississippi State, knocking in a combined seven runs...recorded five RBI in the NCAA Championship clinching game against the Bulldogs on June 25, the fourth-most RBI ever recorded in a single postseason game in UCLA history...was named to the All-CWS Team...did not commit an error in right field all year, posting a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.
Led the Wisconsin Woodchucks of the Northwoods League with a .383 batting average and six home runs in 39 games...scored 32 runs and registered 37 RBI and 24 stolen bases as well...named to the Northwoods League Post-Season All-Star Team...named the No. 10 overall prospect from the Northwoods League by Baseball America.
Played in 20 games, making 14 starts (13 as designated hitter, one in left field)...batted .245 with one double, eight RBI and six runs...recorded a .355 on-base percentage and stole three bases in three attempts...recorded at least one hit in each of his first seven games, opening his collegiate career batting 10-for-24 (.417) with seven RBI in those contests...went 4-for-7 with one run in a doubleheader against Arizona State (March 18)...went 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI in UCLA's 16-0 win at Utah (March 30)...went 2-for-2 with one stolen base in the Bruins' 6-2 win in the series finale at Arizona (April 15).
Played in 34 games for the Wenatchee Apple Sox of the West Coast Collegiate League...batted .294 with two home runs, 15 RBI and 15 runs...was selected to play in the league's All-Star Game...Wenatchee went 39-15 overall, finishing in first place in the league's East Division.
Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Edison High School under head coach Steve Lambright...named Sunset League MVP as a junior (2010) and co-MVP as a senior (2011) with teammate Christian Lopes...secured first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors as a senior...rated one of top five players to watch by the Orange County Register as a freshman, sophomore and junior...listed as a top-five outfielder by the Los Angeles Times as a junior...captured first-team Orange County Register All-County accolades as a junior and senior...led Edison to three consecutive Sunset League titles (2009, 2010, 2011)...earned Edison team MVP honors as a freshman, junior and senior...concluded high school career ranking seventh all-time in CIF history with 156 hits...batted .351 with a team-high 60 total bases, 33 hits and 27 runs as a senior...earned second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors as a junior...batted .391 as a junior (2010), totaling seven home runs and 17 RBI with a .491 on-base percentage...first-team Orange County Register All-County, first-team Cal-Hi Sports All-State underclassman as a junior ... batted .354 as a sophomore (2009), collecting three home runs, eight doubles, 17 RBI and 23 runs...secured second-team All-Sunset League accolades as a sophomore...led Edison to the 2009 CIF Southern Section Division I title game as a sophomore...batted .500 as a freshman (2008), tying a school record held by Jeff Kent for single-season batting average...set school records during his freshman year for most single-season hits (53) and at-bats (106) ... named Sunset League Rookie of the Year in 2008...batted .700 at the USA Baseball National Championship in 2008 ... was named to the Team USA 16-U Trial Team...competed on the Babe Ruth gold medal-winning team at the Tournament of the Stars in Cary, N.C...named to Team USA's National Team Trial squad in 2009 and 2010...played for the Milwaukee Brewers Blue Team at the 2010 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif...selected to the Angels Elite and New York Yankees scout teams in the fall of 2009 and 2010...earned the Edison HS Character Coalition Award in English and geometry in 2008.
Full name: Eric Robert Filia...born July 6, 1992 in Carlsbad, Calif...Eric is the son of Mike Filia and Kristin Snyder...has two younger brothers, Michael Filia and Marc Filia...admires former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward...History major.
At-bats - 6 (two times), last at UC Irvine (4/16/13)
Runs - 3 (four times), last vs. San Diego (6/2/13)
Hits - 4 at Cal State Fullerton (6/7/13)
RBI - 5 vs. Mississippi State (6/25/13)
Doubles - 2 (two times), last at Washington State (4/27/13)
Triples - 1 vs. California (3/24/13)
Home Runs - 1 vs. Minnesota (2/16/13)
Stolen Bases - 2 vs. Washington (3/15/13)
ERIC FILIA'S CAREER STATISTICS