Overview -- One of the most improved pitchers on the staff... A strong candidate to close out games for the Bruins ... "Kyle had a great fall," said Head Coach Gary Adams. "He threw the ball harder than last year with more movement and more control."
2003 (Summer) -- Played for the Peninsula Oilers of the Alaska Baseball League ... Recorded a team-high five saves ... Posted an 1.54 ERA with 13 strikeouts in 11.2 innings of action.
2003 -- Made seven appearances in relief for the Bruins ... Was impressive in his debut against crosstown rival USC on March 9, not allowing a hit in one inning of work ... Gave up on one hit and did not allow an earned run in 2.1 innings against Arizona on March 30 ... Threw a season-high 3.1 innings of action against California on April 6 and allowed only one run in the performance.
2002 (Summer)-Pitched for the Northern Ohio Baseball Club of the Great Lakes League.
2002-- Used in relief work, with one spot start in 14 appearances ... Picked up two saves in first two appearances (Feb. 1 vs Gonzaga, Feb. 9 vs. Florida Atlantic) ... Earned first collegiate win on April 30 at UC Santa Barbara, giving up only one earned run in 4.0 innings of work ... Longest stint was 4.2 innings at Arizona (May 10) while not allowing an earned run ... Recorded second win against UC Riverside (May 14) after 2.0 innings giving up one hit.
Valencia HS--Three year letterwinner in baseball for coach Jared Snyder ... All-league selection in senior season, posting a 7-3 record with a 2.00 ERA and 55 strikeouts ... The seven wins set a single-season school record.
Personal--Full name: Kyle James Wilson ... Born on April 21, 1983 in Santa Monica ... Parents are James Wilson and Kathryn Johnson ... Has one brother, Erik ... After missing junior season with arm trouble, Wilson had his greatest athletic thrill when he regained his 90 mph fastball at start of senior year.
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