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Trever Allen
Player Profile:
Trever Allen 1262955
Position: Outfield
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 196
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Tempe, Ariz.
High School: Corona Del Sol
Experience: 3 Letters


  • Three-time All-Pac-12 honoree, including 2015 First Team member
  • 2015 Senior CLASS Award finalist
  • Four-year letterwinner
  • Tallied a .307 career batting average
  • Became the 17th member of ASU’s 200-hit, 100-RBI, 20-HR club, and is the 15th Sun Devil to appear in more than 200 career games
  • Appeared in 205 career games, 13th most in school history, with 191 starts, and notched 748 at-bats, 11th most in ASU history
  • Finished career with 230 hits, including 37 doubles, 12 triples and 22 home runs, 122 RBI and 141 runs scored
  • Tallied 67 career multi-hit games
  • Registerd 22 career outfield assists
  • Was the first Sun Devil to lead the team in home runs in consecutive seasons since Brett Wallace in 2007-08, and just the seventh in program history to do so (2013 and 2014)
  • Graduated with a Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on Communication and Sociology in May 2014
  • Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the 25th round (765th overall) of the 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft

RS-Senior (2015): 

  • First Team All-Pac-12
  • Started 55 games in right field and appeared in 57
  • Led the team with a .357 batting average and ranked first in hits with 76, extra-base hits with 25, a .535 slugging percentage, and tied for the team-high with 46 runs scored
  • Ranked second in doubles and home runs with 17 and five, respectively, and was third in RBI with 31
  • Second on the team with 23 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games
  • Senior CLASS Award Finalist
  • Put together an 18-game hitting streak from Feb. 22 - March 2, and finished the season on an eight-game hitting streak
  • Named to Fullerton All-Regional team after he led the Devils with a .528 batting average (seven hits, including a home run and a triple), three RBI and two runs scored in three games
  • Drove in three runs on two hits and scored a pair of runs, including a solo home run and a two-run triple, in ASU’s win over Clemson in the Fullerton Regional (5/30)
    Tied his season high in hits with three in back-to-back games at USC (5/23-24) to close out the regular season
    Went 3-for-5 with a solo home run and two runs scored against USC (5/23)
  • Hit his 20th career home run on Senior Night against Washington State (5/16) and scored the winning run in the 11th inning to help the Devils to a series win
  • Picked up two hits in all three games at No. 13 Cal (5/1-3), including a ninth-inning, two-run homer and a double, and scored five runs
  • His ninth-inning two-run homer (5/3) capped a 2-for-4 day and broke a 3-3 tie
    Recorded three hits at Arizona (4/22) to register his 200th career hit
  • Hit a three-run homer, his first of the season, in a win over NMSU (3/31)
  • Went 2-for-4 with a RBI vs Stanford (3/27)
  • Extended his hitting streak to 16 games in three games at Oregon, going 4-for-12 in the series including a double and a RBI (3/20-22)
  • Went 9-for-15, including a double and a triple, with four runs scored and two RBI to lead the Sun Devils to a 3-1 record (3/11-15) including a multiple hits in each game and a run scored in three of them
  • Was the only player in the game on either team to record multiple hits in the Devils’ 1-0 loss to Oregon State (3/13)
  • Scored the tying run in the eighth in the Devils win over Oregon State (3/14) and scored the go-ahead run in the 7th inning in the series-clinching win over Oregon State (3/15) after he led off the bottom of the inning with a single
  • His two-out, two-run single in the fifth inning sparked the Devils to a comeback win vs UNLV (3/11) as he finished with a season-high three hits and two RBI
  • Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and a RBI double, his first of the season, vs Oklahoma (2/18)
  • Recorded his first outfield assist of the season, and 19th of his career, to save a run in 6th inning vs OK St (2/13)
  • Had four outfield assists this season to push his career total to 22

RS-Junior (2014):

  • Started 41 games in the outfield, including 20 in Pac-12 play and two in the postseason, and appeared in 47
  • Led the team with five home runs and added eight doubles and three triples
  • Finished the season on a team-high 15-game hitting streak
  • Had a .284 batting average (48-169), including .265 in conference, and had .456 slugging percentage and a .359 on-base percentage
  • Drove in 17 runs on 48 hits and scored 33 runs
  • Recorded three hits in three games and had 13 multi-hit games
  • Scored the tying run in the seventh inning and broke open a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the eighth with a two-run single to left field to lead the Devils to a win over Abilene Christian (5/20) in the final game at historic Packard Stadium
  • Knocked in a season-high four hits in a win over USC (4/5)
  • Hit a solo home run in the Devils’ postseason opener vs No. 25 Pepperdine (5/30)
  • Hit an eighth-inning grand slam against Gonzaga (2/28), the first by a Sun Devil since Nate Causey’s against Cal May 12, 2013, for a season-high four RBI
  • Notched a pair of hits and two runs scored in consecutive games vs. top-10 teams, including 2-for-5 with two RBI at No. 9 Oklahoma State (5/4) and 2-for-4 vs No. 9 Oregon (5/9)
  • Went 3-for-5 in a road win over UNLV (5/13)
  • Tallied three outfield assists

RS-Sophomore (2013): 

  • Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 recognition
  • Started 58 games at right field
  • Led the team with nine home runs and six triples
  • Finished in the top 10 in the Pac-12 in triples (second, 6), RBI (fourth, 49), home runs (third, 9), slugging percentage (eighth, .502) and total bases (ninth, 110)
  • Named Pac-12 Player of the Week after recording five RBI and two home runs on five hits and five runs scored in a series win over Tennessee Feb. 22-24
  • His 10 outfield assists were tied for the third most in the NCAA (leaders had 15 and 12, respectively)
  • Led the team with 14 multi-RBI games
  • Tied a career high with four hits and four RBI against Washington State March 17
  • Scored a season-high three runs vs. Gonzaga March 3 and hit a leadoff home run in the 8th inning to give ASU an eight-inning tie against the Bulldogs
  • Also had four RBI in win over UNLV April 10
  • Along with RJ Ybarra and Max Rossiter, hit back-to-back-to-back home runs May 5 against Stanford
  • Two-time Scholar Baller honoree (Spring '13, Fall '12)

RS Freshman (2012):

  • Started 37 games in right field
  • Put together a team-best 12 game hitting streak
  • Had 11 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games, including two games with three RBI
  • Started the season with at least one RBI in nine of the first 15 games
  • Went 3-for-5 with a run scored in the first game of the season in a win over Western Michigan for his first career hit and run scored
  • Hit his first career home run vs. Saint Louis March 1
  • Also had his first multi-RBI game March 1
  • Hit his first career double on Feb. 24 vs. UC Riverside
  • Stole his first career base vs. Texas Tech on March 6

Freshman (2011):

  • Utilized his redshirt season.

High School:

  • A 2010 graduate of Corona del Sol High School in Tempe
  • Earned four varsity letters in baseball and soccer and one in football
  • Was twice a team captain for soccer and once for baseball
  • Was twice named All-Region in baseball and three times named All-City
  • Was a decorated soccer player, twice earning All-State, twice earning All-Region and three times earning All-City
  • Helped lead Corona del Sol to the 2009 state baseball title and the 2010 state soccer title

Personal: Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies..parents are Jaime and Tracee Allen of Tempe...has two older brothers, Tyler and Tanner...chose Arizona State because he's "been a Sun Devil since birth"...lists Jessica Alba and Denzel Washington as his favorite actors...says Step Brothers and Book of Eli are his favorite a fan of Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers...born October 16, 1991...full name is Trever Ryan Allen.

Legacy Devils: Trever's father Jamie was a pitcher and infielder for the Sun Devils from 1977 to 1979. He helped lead the Sun Devils to the 1977 National Championship and was a lifetime .333 hitter at ASU. He also went 6-2 on the mound. He was a two-time All-WAC team member and was a member of the 1977 All-College World Series team...Jamie played one season for the Seattle Mariners in 1983.

Career Highs at Arizona State:

Hits: 4, last vs USC (4/5/14)
RBI: 4, last vs Gonzaga (2/28/14)
Runs: 3, twice, last vs Gonzaga (3/3/13)

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