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    Trevor Stevens
    Trevor Stevens

    Class:
    RS Senior

    Hometown:
    Glenview, Ill.

    High School:
    Glenbrook South

    Height / Weight:
    5-9 / 175

    Position:
    IF/OF

    B/T:
    S/R



    07/17/2013

    Former Wildcats Excel in Pro Baseball

    11 former Northwestern players enjoying successful summers in America's pastime

    07/03/2013

    Trevor Stevens Joins Chicago Cubs

    Former NU shortstop becomes third player to enter professional ranks this month

    05/21/2013

    Three Wildcats Garner All-Big Ten Distinction

    Northwestern places two on conference's second team and one on third team

    05/18/2013

    Northwestern Drops Extra-Inning Clash in Season Finale

    Morton shines for Wildcats, but NU falls in extras

    05/17/2013

    Wildcats Blanked by Shockers, 5-0

    Eight-inning grand slam sinks Northwestern Friday night

    2013: Signed with the Chicago Cubs ... Finished his Northwestern career first all-time in at-bats (787), tied for seventh all-time in hits (225), and tied for second all-time in hit-by-pitches (31)... Tied for seventh in Big Ten this season with 19 stolen bases ... Stolen 12 bags in conference play ... Scored career-high four runs at Indiana (5/11) ... Matched career high with four hits at Illinois (4/27) ... Homered in 10th inning at Illinois (4/26) ... Led Wilcats with two hits at Milwaukee (4/24) ... Scored the game-tying run in the eighth inning after stealing third base with two outs against Michigan (4/21) ... Recorded two hits, RBI and runs at Purdue (4/7) ... Stole a career-high three bases at Purdue (4/6) ... Tied career high with three runs vs. St. Francis (4/2) ... Had two hits at Nebraska (3/31) ... Drove in the game-winning run in the 11th inning against NDSU (3/15) ... Had a season-high three hits in that game ... Doubled and scored the first run for NU at Missouri State (3/10) ... Had two hits and two runs against the Bears (3/9) ... Reached base safely five times and scored twice at Lipscomb (2/24) ... Led off the game with a double and came around to score vs. Ball State (2/22) ... Had a single and a key sacrifice bunt that aided a three-run rally against Michigan State (2/17) ... Singled and scored a run on opening day against Miami (2/15).

    2012: Did not appear in a game due to injury.

    2011: Third-team All-Big Ten honoree at shortstop ... Started the last 24 games of the season at shortstop after starting the first 25 in center field ... Team leader with 40 runs scored, four triples, 26 walks and 10 stolen bases ... Tied a school season record with 14 hit-by-pitch ... Batted .419 (13-31) with runners in scoring position ... Hit safely in the first 11 games of the season ... Doubled and drove in two runs in a win at Wake Forest (2/26) ... Went 4-for-5 with two RBI and two stolen bases at Saint Louis (3/11) ... Scored twice and drove in two runs in victory at Saint Louis (3/12) ... Collected three hits in four at-bats vs. Massachusetts (3/19) ... Tied a season high with four hits to go along with three runs scored at Ohio State (4/3) ... Went 4-for-5 with two runs scored vs. Penn State (4/9) ... Drove in two runs and scored twice in a win over Illinois (4/29) ... Posted three hits in as many at-bats with an RBI and two runs scored in a victory over Chicago (5/11) ... Tallied two hits each day and scored a total of three runs in a two-game series sweep of Michigan (5/13-14).

    2010: Second-team All-Big Ten selection at shortstop ... Only Wildcat player to start all 56 games ... Team leader with 15 stolen bases and 10 hit-by-pitch ... Doubled twice in a win over Loyola Marymount (3/6) ... Stole a base in five consecutive games from March 11-20 ... Collected three hits vs. Ohio State (4/4), vs. Minnesota (4/16) and at Michigan (5/15) ... Socked a key, late three-run homer while driving in four in a win over Minnesota (4/18) ... Posted five multi-hit games over a nine-game hitting streak from April 11-28, boosting his season average 48 points in the process ... Homered in three games over a four-game span against Illinois (5/2), Chicago (5/5) and Indiana (5/7).

    2009: Joined Tommy Finn as the only two Wildcats to start all 50 games, doing so at second base ... Led the team with 54 hits, seven stolen bases and 17 multi-hit games ... Had two hits and drove in three runs at Kansas (3/6) ... Went 3-for-4 with five RBI and first collegiate home run in a win over UIC (3/13) ... Scored three times and had two hits in a victory against Purdue (3/28) ... Was 3-for-4 in the Wildcats' win over Notre Dame (4/15) at U.S. Cellular Field ... Had an outstanding week against Illinois State and Ohio State (4/22-26), going 10-for-19 with eight runs scored ... Posted seven hits in 12 at-bats in a weekend series at Indiana (5/9-10).

    High School: Team co-captain as a junior and senior ... Team MVP senior year, batting .378 with 24 stolen bases ... Three-time team defensive player of the year ... Helped team to a pair of sectional championships ... All-conference pick and Central Suburban League all-star team selection senior year ... Selected to play for Team Illinois ... Played in Black and Silver Games hosted by Chicago White Sox ... Invited to Area Code Games tryouts ... Participated in Pitch and Hit Club game between top players in Illinois and Iowa ... Ranked among top three defensive middle infielders in the state and top 50 players overall by Prep Baseball Report ... Also a standout hockey player, being named team MVP as a senior after leading the squad in goals and assists ... Guided the team to two state championships ... High school baseball coaches were Dave Lindley and Bob Rosinski.

    Personal: Born Paul Trevor Stevens ... Son of Paul and Kenan Stevens ... Father is the Northwestern head baseball coach ... Brother, Cody, is a sophomore infielder/outfielder for the Wildcats ... Major is sociology.

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