Trenton Brooks
Trenton  Brooks


Alpine, Calif.

High School:
Granite Hills HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180





Nevada baseball highlight video

Wolf Pack post 31-27 record under first-year head coach Jay Johnson


Brooks adds NCBWA Second-team Freshman All-America honor

Led Pack with .330 batting average


Brooks earns Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors

Led the Pack with a .330 batting average


Kaplan and Brooks named to MW All-Tournament team

Wolf Pack finish third


Brooks drives in four as Nevada eliminates Fresno State

Blueberg earns victory


Nevada vs. Fresno State - Mountain West Championship

Nevada vs. Fresno State - Mountain West Championship


Nevada vs. New Mexico - MW Championship

Nevada vs. New Mexico - MW Championship


2014 Senior Day Nevada vs. New Mexico

2014 Senior Day Nevada vs. New Mexico


San Diego State vs. Nevada

San Diego State vs. Nevada


Nevada vs. San Jose State

Nevada vs. San Jose State

2016 (Jr.): Batted in 58 games with a .277 average while also starting on the mound in 15 games with a 5.56 ERA … Named to the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award watch list … Tallied 62 hits, 39 runs and 42 RBI at the plate … Led the team and ranked fifth in the Mountain West with 19 doubles … Also led the team in walks and ranked third in the conference with 40 walks … In 15 starts, posted a 5.56 ERA and a 6-5 record in 77.2 innings pitched … Led the team and ranked eighth in the MW in victories … Struck out 55 batters compared to 21 walks … Nevada posted a 10-5 record in games where Brooks was the starting pitcher … Was stellar in Mountain West play, posting a .317 batting average and a 5-1 record on the mound … Posted a .973 fielding percentage on the season with three errors in 112 chances … Pitched a career-high 7.2 innings with just four hits and two runs while also notching two RBI at the plate, leading Nevada to a victory over SDSU in the MW tournament … Tallied a season-high four hits against San Jose State, four RBI against San Francisco and three runs scored on two occasions … Notched a season-high seven strikeouts in a victory at Texas State … Recovered from a slow start early in the season due to injury, heating up as the year went on … Helped Nevada post a 20-4 record in its final 24 games, batting .365 with 35 hits, 21 runs and 28 RBI in that span with a 3-0 record as a pitcher … Helped lead Nevada to a second place finish in the Mountain West and to its first MW tournament finals appearance in program history … Letter winner … Was named to the preseason All-MW team.

2015 (So.): The inaugural winner of the Mountain West Tony Gwynn Player of the Year award … Became Nevada’s first conference player of the year since Kevin Kouzmanoff in 2003 … Named a finalist for the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award … Named to the ABCA/Rawlings West All-Region Second Team … Excelled both at the plate and one the mound with a .365 batting average and a 3.65 earned run average … Played in all but one game with 56 starts on the season … Tallied 73 hits, 51 runs and 52 RBI to go along with his .365 average, .515 slugging percentage and .484 on base percentage … Also hit 17 doubles, two triples and three home runs … Posted a 4-1 record on the mound with a 3.65 ERA in 13 appearances and six starts … Logged 37.0 innings, allowing just 31 hits and 15 runs while striking out 24 batters …. Limited opponents to a .238 batting average … Provided the Mountain West’s top batting average (.365), which ranked 48th nationally …. Also ranked second in on base percentage, tied for fifth in RBI, sixth in runs scored and doubles, tied for eighth in hits and 11th in slugging percentage in the conference … Stole five basses on eight attempts … Registered a .990 fielding percentage with 86 putouts and 13 assists with just one error … Closed the season with an active reached base streak of 30 games … Posted 23 multi-hit games and 15 multi-RBI games on the season … Matched a season-high with three hits in seven games … Hit a grand slam in the seventh inning of Nevada’s upset of then fifth-ranked Texas Tech … Matched a career-high with five RBI at San Diego State … Logged a season-high total of 6.1 innings on two occasions … Led Nevada to its first-ever Mountain West title and the second-winningest season in program history … Letter winner.

2014 (Fr.): Provided the Pack's top batting average (.330) in his first season of collegiate baseball ... Named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team ... Named to the Mountain West Championship all-tournament team ... Second-team All-Mountain West selection ... Selected to the Freshman All-America second team by the Collegiate Baseball Writers Association ... Hit .330 with 62 hits, 35 RBI, 23 runs scored and three home runs on the season ... Pitched 28 innings in relief on the season with a 3.86 ERA, 3-1 record and 20 strikeouts ... In the MW Championship, started all five games in the outfield with a .435 batting average, 10 hits, 13 total bases and eight RBI to lead Nevada ... Had four hits, four RBI and three runs against Fresno State to set season-high marks ... Led the Pack over Air Force with two doubles and two singles ... Had six putouts on three occasions ... Struckout three batters on four occasions to set a season-high ... Pitched a season-best five innings at Santa Clara and against San Jose State ... Letter winner.

High School: Lettered three years at Granite Hills High School in El Cajon, Calif. ... During his senior season he hit .435 with 35 runs scored ... On the mound went 7-2 with a 1.34 ERA and 96 strikeouts in 67 innings ... First-team 2012 ESPN Cal-Hi California All-State Underclassmen ... In 2012 and 2013, earned first-team All-Grossmont Hills League honors, was the Grossmont Hills League Player of the Year, first-team All-East County and selected to the San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic team ... 2013 East County Player of the Year ... Team won 2012 Grossmont Hills League championship.

Undecided major ... Son of Carey and Patty Brooks ... Chose to play at Nevada over Santa Clara, Cal State Northridge, Fresno State and San Jose State ... Chose Nevada because he loved the campus, the baseball program and coaches were a great fit for him ... Hangs out with family and friends during free time ... Career highlights include pitching a three-hitter while also going 2-for-4 to lead high school team to the CIF Championship game ... Sports hero is Joe Mauer.
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