16 Drew Heid
Drew  Heid


Touchet, WA

High School:

Last College:
Walla Walla CC

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 175




HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Waterville High...earned four varsity letters in baseball...also earned three varsity letters in football and basketball...as a junior posted 16 home runs...earned first team All-North Central accolades as a junior and senior.


FRESHMAN (2007): Played baseball at Walla Walla Community College...hit .362...set the WWCC record for hits in a single season with 68...led the squad with 53 runs and four home runs...drove home 32 runs with 10 doubles and a pair of triples...earned first team All-NWAACC accolades.

SOPHOMORE (2008): Transferred to Gonzaga University...All-West Coast Conference selection...appeared in 49 games, with 43 starts...started 41 games in centerfield, two in right...began season hitting in the bottom of the line-up before moving into the three-hole to end the season...led the team with a .386 batting average, ranking in the top-100 in NCAA Division I...recorded 59 hits, 13 doubles, a triple, two home runs, 16 RBI and 41 runs scored...stole seven bases...recorded 18 multiple-hit games, three multiple-RBI outings...ended the season with an 11 game hitting-streak...scored four runs Mar. 14 against New Mexico State University...went 3-for-4 with two runs scored during the first game of a double header with Sacramento State University on Mar. 22...recorded three hits, including a double, Apr. 19 against the University of Portland...scored two runs on two hits while driving in a pair Apr. 22 at Washington State University...went a perfect 4-for-4 with three doubles, three runs batted in and a run scored Apr. 25 at Saint Mary's College...recorded four hits, two doubles, to score two runs Apr. 17 at Saint Mary's...named the WCC Player of the Week Apr. 28 and May 5...scored three runs on two hits against Oregon State University on Apr. 29...drove in a run on three hits May 2 against the University of San Francisco...scored two runs, while driving in two on a pair of hits May 4 against USF...hit .478 in league play, ranking second in the conference...ranked fourth in the WCC in all games with a .475 on-base percentage...in league play, ranked tied for fifth in the WCC with 33 hits, ranked tied for second with nine doubles, second in on-base percentage with a .542 average and seventh with a .628 slugging percentage.

JUNIOR (2009): Started all 54 games in centerfield...led West Coast Conference with eight triples...finished second on team and in WCC with 83 hits...finished second on team and ninth in WCC with .355 batting average...had seven doubles, two home runs and 10 stolen bases...scored 45 runs and had 41 RBI...also recorded 11 assists...led team with 28 multi-hit games...opened season with seven game hitting streak...had a solo home run in win over No. 10 University of Missouri Feb. 21...stole two bases and scored twice in win over No. 10 Missouri Feb. 22...went 3-for-5 with a triple in the win over Creighton University Feb. 28...collected two hits and three RBI against No. 11 Oklahoma State University Mar. 5...recorded three hits in win over University of San Francisco Mar. 8...went 4-for-5 with three RBI and a triple against University of Utah Mar. 24...went 3-for-5 with a double and run scored at USF Mar. 29...hit two-run homer in win at No. 26 Pepperdine University Apr. 3...produced a 4-for-6 night in win over No. 21 University of San Diego Apr. 9, also drove in two runs...went 3-for-6 with three runs scored, two RBI and a triple in the win over Washington State University Apr. 14...recorded three hits, scored twice and drove in two runs in win at Santa Clara University Apr. 26...posted multi-hit games in five straight games Apr. 25-May 3...recorded three hits in consecutive games against Loyola Marymount University May 17 and WSU May 19...went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in the WCC Championship Series clinching game two against LMU May 23...went 6-for-14 with four runs scored and four RBI at NCAA Regional...had two hits, two runs and two RBI in win over No. 29 Georgia Southern University at NCAA Regional May 29...had three hits and scored once against No. 4 Cal State Fullerton at NCAA Regional...had a single, two RBI and a stolen base against Utah at NCAA Regional...closed season with eight-game hitting streak.

SUMMER (2009): Played for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots in the Alaska Summer League...named Alaska League MVP, Silver Slugger and All-Alaska League...led league in hitting (.427), hits (73) and doubles (18)...in 44 games he scored 41 runs, hit four home runs, stole 11 bases and drove in 31 runs.

Misc.: 3.65 high school GPA.

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