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Travis Jewett spent threes seasons at Arizona State, including two as Associate Head Coach and all three as recruiting coordinator. Jewett came to Arizona State from Washington State, where he spent five seasons as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator.
Jewett had coached in the Pac-10 for eight seasons prior to his arrival at ASU. He spent five years at Washington State, helping lead the Cougars to an NCAA Tournament berth in 2009, their first since 1990. Prior to coaching at WSU, Jewett spent three years at Washington coaching infielders and third base. The Huskies made the NCAA Tournament in each of Jewett's three seasons (2002-04), reaching the Regional finals all three years. While at Washington, Jewett coached under Ken Knutson, who is now the pitching coach at ASU.
Jewett was also an assistant coach at Gonzaga from 1999 to 2001, helping lead the Bulldogs to a West Coast Conference division title in 2001.
During his coaching career, Jewett has coached numerous Major Leaguers, including Jason Bay, Brent Lillibridge, Bo Hart, Sean White and 2008 and 2009 Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum.
A native of Tacoma, Washington, Jewett began his collegiate coaching career at Tacoma Community College, first as an assistant in 1994 then two years as the head coach. He was the head coach at Edmonds (Wash.) Community College for two seasons, earning NWAACC Coach of the Year and National Junior College Coach of the Year honors in 1998.
Jewett is a 1993 graduate of Washington State. He played two seasons at Lower Columbia College in Longview, Washington before finishing his degree at WSU, where he did not play baseball.