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  Jeff Mousser
Jeff Mousser

Player Profile
Tempe, Ariz.

Baseball Administration

4th year

Former Sun Devil pitcher Jeff Mousser enters his fourth season on the baseball staff in 2008. Mousser is heavily involved in the day-to-day administration of the baseball program and helps direct Coach Murphy's Cleats All Nine Baseball Academy. As a former ASU student-athlete, Mousser is also involved in various alumni outreach programs. Mousser started his collegiate baseball career at BYU, where he spent three seasons. His freshman season with the Cougars saw him go 3-0, and earn a MWC Pitcher of the Week honor. During his sophomore campaign, Mousser was 9-4 with a 4.88 ERA for the Mountain West Conference Champs. He earned Second Team All-MWC honors. He went 5-7 during his third season in Provo and decided to transfer to Arizona State for his senior season. Mousser went 6-4 with a 3.94 ERA during his only season in Tempe, earning an All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention. He was selected in the 35th round of the 2004 MLB Draft by the Minnesota Twins and went 2-0 with a 4.63 ERA for the Elizabethton Twins.

The Tempe, Ariz., native was a prep standout at Marcos de Niza High School. Jeff earned earned team MVP honors twice at Marcos, and was named First Team All-State his senior season. He was married to his wife, Autumn, in June 2004. The couple had their first child, Max, in August of 2006.

Career Stats at BYU (2001-03) and Arizona State (2004):

Year       ERA   W-L   App  GS  CG SHO/CBO  SV    IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO
2001....  6.38   3-0    12  4    0   0/0     0  36.2   47   30   26   11   35
2002....  4.88   9-4    19  12   1   0/0     1  90.1   109  68   49   38   73
2003....  6.40   5-7    16  16   3   1/0     0  95.2   117  77   68   22   73
2004....  3.94   6-4    17  17   1   0/0     0  89.0   82   46   39   42   42
TOTAL...  5.26   23-15  64  49   4   1/0     1  311.2  355  221  182  113  223


"Jeff was a great competitor and is very passionate about the game -- it showed when he played." -- Former ASU pitcher Jason Urquidez

"Jeff was an outstanding competitor whenever he took the mound. I expect his competitiveness will carry over into his baseball career. He has extensive knowledge of baseball, and I expect the relationship he has with young people to be very significant in the development of a student-athlete." -- Ryan Roberts, BYU assistant coach

"Jeff was always the consummate pitcher. He had a great feel for what kind of pitcher he was and how to maximize that to the fullest in order to achieve success for himself and his team. Although I never had the pleasure of coaching him, I'm sure that he will have success in his baseball career." -- Jim Schlossnagle, head coach, TCU

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