41 Matthew Henckel
Matthew  Henckel

RS Junior

Gig Harbor, Wash.

High School:
Gig Harbor HS

Last College:
Tacoma CC

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175

Left-Handed Pitcher



Zags Excel in Classroom During Spring Term

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


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

GU will make its second appearance in three years in NCAAs


Baseball Runs Away Early in 9-0 Win

Alek Jacob struck out 12 Broncos in the win


Baseball Rallies for 13-Inning Win at WSU

GU bullpen went 10.1 innings of relief


Four Homers Power Baseball to Rainy Win, 11-1

GU posted 14 hits in the game, battled through two rain delays

2018: Appeared in three games in his first season with Gonzaga…the left-handed pitcher pitched a total of five innings, with zero earned runs, three walks and three strikeouts total...finished with a 1-0 record on the year.

Tacoma Community College: Played for one season at Tacoma Community College...posted a 2.63 ERA and 43 strikeouts as a freshman in 2016...also played in the 2016 NWAC Sophomore Showcase...redshirted 2017 season...earned NWAC Academic honors as well.

Gig Harbor High School: Pitched four years at Gig Harbor High School...posted a 0.79 ERA and 67 strikeouts over 53 innings as a senior...earned Team MVP and First Team All-Narrows League honors...led Tides to a third-place finish in the 2015 State Championships...named 2015 Perfect Game All-American Honorable Mention...played in the 2014 Perfect Game World Series and Area Code Games...also a member of the 2014 Mariners Scout Team...academically, graduated with a 3.9 GPA and was a member of the National Honor Society.

Club Experience: Played club ball for Narrows Baseball Club out of Gig Harbor...earned First Team All-Seattle Elite League honors in 2015.

Personal: Parents are Colleen and Chris...has a sister named Elizabeth...majoring in business and wants to go into business marketing and management...chose Gonzaga because it "offers a balance of academics, athletics, faith, and a culture that has a strong sense of community. The coaching staff genuinely cares about their players' development on the field as well as in the classroom,"...has been to the Baseball Hall of Fame numerous times because he has family that lives close to Cooperstown.

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