23 Trevor McCutchin
23 Trevor McCutchin
Height: 5-11
Weight: 195
Year: So.
Hometown: Owasso, Okla.
Position: LHP/UTIL
Previous School: Owasso HS
B/T: L/L

2017
Named to the All-Summit League First Team as a utility player ... Was electric out of the bullpen tallying a 1-1 record behind a 1.93 ERA in 21 outings ... Struck out 33 batters in 28 innings on the mound ... Picked up his lone win against Omaha May 14 ... Was a premiere two-way player for the Golden Eagles hitting .299 for the year, including a .348 mark in Summit League action ... Belted two home runs in a home win over North Dakota State March 18 starting a stretch of four home runs in 17 at-bats and finished with six long balls in 2017 ... Hit ORU’s only grand slam of the season at South Dakota State April 23 ... Added a career-best nine doubles and one triple and was a perfect 2-for-2 stealing bases.

2016
A two-way player for the Golden Eagles, the southpaw saw a majority of his action on the mound ... Finished the year with a 3-3 overall record and a 5.90 ERA ... Made his first start in the outfield against Dallas Baptist February 28 going 1-for-2 with three RBI ... Started 17 games, primarily at the DH spot ... Appeared in 15 games on the mound, with five spot starts ... Finished the year with 27 strikeouts in 29 innings ... Held opponents to a .259 average against ... Made his first career start on the mound March 26 against IPFW ... Went a season best four and two third innings in the clinching game of The Summit League Championship ... Struck out a career high five batters at IPFW April 24.

PRIOR TO ORU
Played at Owasso High School under head coach Larry Turner ... Earned the prestigious Ferguson Jenkins Award as Oklahoma's top high school baseball player ... Selected to the all-state and all-metro teams with the Ram ... Also was tabbed a Rawlings All-American and All-Metro Player of the Year.

PERSONAL
Son of Christian Campbell ... Plans to major in business at ORU ... Also recruited by Baylor, Wichita State and Oklahoma ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Favorite professional team is the New York Yankees and favorite player is Robinson Cano.