3 Branson Trube
Branson  Trube

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Meridian, Idaho

High School:
Mountain View

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195

Position:
Outfielder

Experience:
3L


06/06/2018

Zags Excel in Classroom During Spring Term

148 student-athletes recognized on President's or Dean's List

06/04/2018

Baseball's Pinorini, Trube Named NCAA All-Region

Duo led Gonzaga at the NCAA Minneapolis Regional

06/03/2018

Baseball's Season Ends with 10-4 Loss to No. 18 UCLA

Gonzaga scored all four runs in the seventh and eighth innings

06/02/2018

Baseball Stays Alive with 8-2 Win Over Canisius

GU pounded out 17 hits and got 8.0 innings from Alek Jacob

06/01/2018

(3) Zags take on (2) UCLA to Open NCAA Minneapolis Regional

GU will make its second appearance in three years in NCAAs

06/01/2018

Gonzaga Baseball vs. UCLA - NCAA Tournament

The Zags face UCLA in the first game of the Minneapolis Regional in the NCAA Tournament. (Eric Miller)

05/25/2018

GU vs. LMU - WCC Baseball Tournament

GU vs. LMU - WCC Baseball Tournament

04/17/2018

Gonzaga vs. Washington State - Baseball

Gonzaga vs. Washington State - Baseball

04/08/2018

Gonzaga vs. Portland - Baseball

Gonzaga vs. Portland - Baseball - Sunday

03/17/2018

Gonzaga vs. Pepperdine (Saturday)

Gonzaga vs. Pepperdine (Saturday)

2017: Played in 27 games as a junior, starting 12...hit .325 with 13 hits -- four doubles -- seven runs, and five RBIs...six walks for a .438 on-base percentage...one hit in season debut Feb. 18 versus Duke...started in right field Feb. 19 versus Indiana, hitting a double...doubled in two runs April 21 at Portland...scored twice, singled once April 25 at Washington State...season-high three hits in start May 12 versus Loyola Marymount...started 10 of final 11 games of season in right field...two runs, one RBI on one hit, one walk May 19 versus BYU.

2016: Played in 29 games as a sophomore, starting 22...hit .237 and reached base at a .333 clip, tallying 18 hits, eight runs, six RBIs, seven walks, five doubles, and a triple...started 22 of first 23 games in center field before suffering injury March 29 at Washington...first hit came Feb. 20 at Grand Canyon...began season-long 13 game on-base streak a day later at Grand Canyon...posted five-game hit streak March 5-13, including multi-hit games at Arkansas, UTSA, and UTSA...ripped two doubles and scored twice March 9 at Arkansas...also scored twice March 13 against the Roadrunners...five straight games with a hit March 26 to May 27, including two pinch-hit base knocks -- one a triple -- at the WCC Championships May 27...saw action in all three NCAA Regional games in Fort Worth June 3-5.

2015: Appeared in 28 games as a freshman, starting two…hit .130 with three hits and three walks in 23 at bats…scored nine runs and brought in three RBIs…made collegiate debut as defensive replacement in season-opening win Feb. 13 versus Utah Valley…earned first start Feb. 14 at CSUN…collected first hit Feb. 21 during game one at UC Davis…drove in a run with a single Feb. 26 during game two versus Purdue…tallied two RBIs and score a run on one hit in 10-run victory at Arkansas March 11…drew a walk and came around to score as a pinch hitter March 21 versus BYU…scored two runs after pinch running April 10 versus Saint Mary’s…also scored two runs on one walk after entering as a pinch runner April 24 at Santa Clara and May 9 versus Pacific.

Mountain View High School: Manned centerfield all four years at Mountain View High School in Meridian, Idaho…three-time First Team All-State and All-Conference honoree…took home Mountain View Athletic Association Player of the Year in 2012…helped squad become Academic State Champion in 2012 as well…also played basketball for three years.

Club Experience: Played for the Spokane Dodgers...posted .483 batting average, .590 on base percentage, .750 slugging percentage, and 1.347 OPS with the Dodgers, swiping 33 bases along the way.

Personal: Son of Heidi and Dan…has one sister named Morgen and a brother named Taylor…sister was a part of Hawaii Pacific’s Acro and Tumbling squad, father played baseball at Lewis-Clark State, and relative Andy Jarvis played baseball at Oregon State…undecided on a major…undecided on a career path, but wants to support a family with whatever he does…chose Gonzaga for the education and the coaching staff.

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