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Brett Lilek
Player Profile:
Brett Lilek 1262932
Position: Left Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 194
Year: Junior
Hometown: South Holland, Ill.
High School: Marian Catholic
Experience: 2 Letters


  • Two-time All-Pac-12 honoree, including a first-team selection in 2014
  • Finished with a 3.05 career ERA, 7th-lowest in the aluminum bat era (among pitchers with a miniumum of 150 innings pitched)
  • Went 10-8 with 162 strikeouts in 31 starts and 44 career appearances across 182.2 innings pitched
  • Three-time Scholar Baller 

Junior (2015):

  • 2015 All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention
  • Started 15 games, and appeared in 17, across 78.2 innings
  • Tallied a 3.20 ERA and a 4-2 record with 66 strikeouts
  • Notched a .213 opponents batting average, fourth-lowest in the Pac-12
  • Threw two scoreless innings of relief with two strikeouts in an eventual 14-inning loss to Cal State Fullerton in the Fullerton Regional (5/31)
  • Moved back to the Friday night starter role at No. 17 USC (5/22) and was chased with one out in the fourth inning in a no-decision
  • Came out of the bullpen at No. 17 USC (5/24), his first relief appearance since March 2, 2014, against Oklahoma St., and allowed four of the six batters he faced to reach base
  • Tallied a career-high 11 strikeouts and allowed just one hit, a single in the fourth inning, through seven innings in a no-decision vs Washington State (5/15). He has not allowed an earned run and has conceded just four hits in 16 consecutive innings dating back to his last start against UCLA on May 10
  • Netted Pac-12 Player of the Week honors after he tossed his first career complete game in a 2-1 win over No. 2 UCLA (5/10). He did not give up an earned run and allowed just five base runners, including three hits, and retired the first 14 batters of the game
  • Threw five scoreless innings to notch his third win of the season as he scattered four hits and had five strikeouts, and did not allow an extra-base hit vs. Tennessee Tech (4/26)
  • Took a no-decision after throwing seven innings, and allowing just one run on three hits with five strikeouts against Arizona (4/13). He did not allow a hit nor a runner to reach second base in the final five innings of his outing
  • Took a no hitter into the seventh inning before he allowing one run on three hits in a seven-inning win vs Stanford (3/29)
  • Opened up the season against Oklahoma State and allowed two runs in 4.2 innings of work and struck out six (2/13) in a no-decision
  • Gave up just one earned run and struck out a season-high seven in a season-long six innings against top ranked TCU (2/20)
  • Moved to the role of Sunday starter after making three Friday night starts and earned his first win of the season vs LBSU as he allowed two runs on four hits in five innings of work (3/8)
  • Golden Spikes Award preseason watch list
  • Spring 2015 Scholar Baller  

Sophomore (2014):

  • Started 15 games and went 4-5 with a 2.68 ERA
  • One of three pitchers in the Pac-12 to finish in the top eight in the conference in the regular season in ERA, opposing batting average and strikeouts
  • First-Team All-Pac-12
  • Led the team in strikeouts and finished eighth in the Pac-12 in the regular season with 79
  • Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
  • Ranked eighth in the conference and led the team (min. 20 IP) in ERA
  • Held opponents to a .203 batting average, sixth lowest in the Pac-12 in the regular season
  • Allowed just 59 hits, seventh lowest in the conference in the regular season
  • Put together a streak of 20 consecutive scoreless innings from the fourth inning vs Wright State (2/23) to the seventh inning vs Washington (3/14)
  • Moved into the Friday Night Starter role against Tennessee on March 7 after spending the first three weeks of the season as the Sunday starter
  • Went a career-long seven innings five times this season
  • Allowed just one run on four hits and struck out six in his second consecutive seven-inning outing in a win over Washington (3/14)
  • Struck out a career-high nine over seven innings in a loss to No. 9 Oregon (5/9)
  • Did not allow na earned run and just three hits in seven innings in a win over Arizona (4/25)
  • Earned back-to-back no-decisions vs Cal (4/11) and Stanford (4/17) despite allowing just two earned runs on 10 hits over 13.1 innings
  • Struck out eight in 4 2/3 innings in a loss to No. 4 Oregon State (3/21)
  • Allowed just four baserunners in seven shutout innings in a win over Tennessee (3/7)
  • Notched his first collegiate save against No. 14 Oklahoma State after he took over in the sixth inning and retired 11 straight batters before he conceded a two-out single in the top of the ninth (3/2)
  • Threw just 15 pitches in his first postseason start vs No. 25 Pepperdine (5/30) before suffering a sternum contusion and leaving the game with two outs in the top of the first inning. He took the loss after allowing one run on one hit.

Freshman (2013): 

  • Made 11 appearances, including one start
  • Finished with a 4.05 ERA and a 2-1 record
  • Struck out 17 with eight walks in 20 innings pitched
  • Threw a season-high five innings and struck out a season-high six in his first career start, a win over then-No. 2 Arkansas
  • Did not pitch from March 17 until May 12 due to injury
  • Threw one scoreless inning with two strikeouts in a win in his first appearance back from injury against Cal May 12
  • Allowed two hits in 1.2 scoreless innings against Cal State Fullerton June 1 in his first NCAA Regional action
  • Earned Scholar Baller recognition in Spring 2013
  • Competed for the Newport Gulls of the New England Collegiate League this summer
MLB Draft: 
  • Selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 37th round (1121st overall) of the 2012 MLB Draft.
High School:
  • Lettered four years in baseball and one in basketball
  • Named team captain all four years in baseball
  • Earned All-State, All-Area and All-Conference honors
  • Named Player of the Year and a Preseason All-American
  • Went 4-0 in the playoffs his senior season with a 0.00 ERA and hit .600 to lead his team to the state title
  • Lists winning the state championship as his most exciting sports moment

Personal: Says he chose ASU because it's the best baseball program in the nation and it has a great coaching staff...says his father has had the biggest influence on his baseball career...favorite team is New York Yankees...enjoys all sports...most played song on iPod is "The World's Greatest" by R. Kelly...would love to learn to build a car from scratch...parents are Paul and Cathy Lilek...has three siblings, Chris, Blair and Casey...born on August 10, 1993...full name is Brett Tyler Lilek.

Career Highs at Arizona State:

Innings: 9.0, vs UCLA (5/10/15)
K's: 11, vs WSU (5/15/15)

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