|Hometown:||Laguna Niguel, Calif.|
|High School:||Aliso Niguel|
Has helped lead UCLA to two NCAA Regionals (2008, 2010) and the program's third-ever appearance at the College World Series (2010)...has registered a career .280 batting average in three seasons...selected in the 25th round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants.
Played in 56 games, making 50 starts (all in right field)...batted .289 with seven home runs, one triple, 14 doubles, 38 RBI and 44 runs...was a perfect 7-for-7 in stolen base attempts...logged a .473 slugging percentage, as one of five Bruins to belt seven or more home runs...totaled 16 multiple-hit games, including a career-high four hits against Long Beach State (Feb. 23)...recorded eight multiple-RBI games, including a career-high four RBI twice...had a career-best nine game hitting streak from March 12-27...had a career-high four hits in a 4-for-5 effort with two doubles, three runs and two RBI in a 10-1 victory at Long Beach State (Feb. 23)...went 4-for-11 with his first career home run, one double, one RBI and three runs in a three-game sweep of Nebraska (March 5-6)...went 4-for-9 with one home run, one double, three runs and one RBI in two games against Oral Roberts (March 19, 21)...belted a grand slam in the top of the ninth inning in the series finale at Oregon State (April 11), pushing UCLA's lead from 4-2 to 8-2 (went 1-for-5 with four RBI in that contest)...went 2-for-2 with one walk and one run after coming off the bench in UCLA's 7-6, series-sweeping win at Washington (May 9)...went 5-for-11 with one home run, one triple, two doubles, seven runs and four RBI in a three-game sweep of USC (May 14-16)...went 2-for-3 with one triple and three runs in the series opener against the Trojans (May 14)...went 3-for-4 with one homer, two doubles, three RBI and three runs in game two against USC (May 15)...went 2-for-4 with one run in the series finale versus USC (May 16)...went 2-for-4 with a career-high four RBI and three runs in a 12-4 win at California (May 22)...hit safely in each of UCLA's final three games against Washington State (May 28-30)...went 2-for-5 with one double in the Bruins' final game at the College World Series, a 2-1 loss in the best-of-three finals to South Carolina (June 29).
Played in 35 games for the Wisconsin Woodchucks of the Northwoods League...batted .294 with three home runs, a team-leading 12 doubles, one triple, 18 RBI and 19 runs...also stole 11 bases in 13 attempts...Wisconsin went 30-37 in the South Division of the Northwoods League.
Played in 12 games, making five starts (four in left field, one in right)...batted .280, collecting two doubles, five runs, two RBI and two stolen bases in two attempts...went 2-for-3 with one run, one walk and one stolen base in an 8-3 victory against UC Irvine (April 7)...went 2-for-3 with one double and sacrifice bunt in the season finale at Arizona State (May 24)...had an RBI-double and one stolen base in a 1-for-4 effort against California (May 9)...went 1-for-3 with one single, one run and an RBI-groundout in a 17-2 series-clinching victory at USC (March 23).
Played in 41 games for the Mankato Moondogs of the Northwoods League...batted .274 (29-for-106) with one home run, one triple, five doubles, 29 runs and 10 RBI...compiled a .374 on-base percentage...Mankato finished 41-27 in the North Division of the Northwoods League.
Played in 10 games, making two starts (one in left field, one as designated hitter)...batted .154, collecting two hits in 13 at-bats...scored one run and drew three walks...in his first collegiate start, was 1-for-2 with one walk (at San Diego State, March 25)...made his collegiate debut at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 26), going 1-for-2 with one run and one walk.
Two-year varsity baseball letterwinner under head coach Craig Hanson...was a 2006 AFLAC-All-American...also named a 2007 Playstation All-American, Rawlings All-American and Louisville Slugger All-American...earned second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I and first-team All-South Coast League honors in 2007...selected to the 2007 All-Orange County first team...led the South Coast League with a .439 batting average his senior season; total of 24 RBI ranked second-most in the league and five home runs was the third-highest total...finished his senior campaign with five doubles, 24 RBI, 22 walks, 15 stolen bases, a .519 on-base percentage and a .742 slugging percentage...hit safely in 18 of 21 games, including eight multi-hit performances...struck out just twice in 77 plate appearances...played in the 2007 Orange County All-Star Game...tabbed the 18th-best prospect in the World Wood Bat Classic in 2007 by Baseball America...posted a .385 batting average as a junior, recording two home runs, nine doubles, 22 runs and 16 RBI...earned 2006 All-Sea View League first-team accolades as a junior at Aliso Niguel...a talented scholar-athlete, gained recognition on the Superintendent's and Principal's Honor Roll all four years...competed for the 2005 Team USA Youth National Team and helped lead the U.S. squad to the silver medal at the World Championships in Monterrey, Mexico...also played in the Tournament of Stars for Team USA in Joplin, Mo...competed for the Orange County Braves Scout Team in 2005 and 2006, the Brewer Area Codes in 2006 and the Perfect Game National Showcase...played in a Connie Mack League with the ABD Bulldogs and the Newport Beach Quakes...also was a three-year varsity basketball letterwinner under head coach Keith Barnett and earned All-Conference honors as a junior.
Full name: Brett Robert Krill...born January 24, 1989 in Laguna Beach, Calif...parents are John Krill and Julie Hile...has one younger brother, J.D...political science major.
At-bats - 6 at Oregon State (4/10/10)
Runs - 3 (6 times), last at California (5/22/10)
Hits - 4 at Long Beach State (2/23/10)
Doubles - 2 (twice), last vs. USC (5/15/10)
RBI - 4 (twice), last vs. USC (5/15/10)
Stolen Bases - 1 (9 times), last vs. Washington State (5/30/10)
BRETT KRILL'S CAREER STATISTICS