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Mitch Woolf Athlete Profile

#18 Mitch Woolf

Mitch Woolf
Position: Right Hand Pitcher Height: 6-2 Weight: 200 Roster Years: 2005-2006 Hometown: Rexburg, ID Last School: College of Southern Idaho


Born in Rexburg, Idaho ... parents are Steven and Laurene ... favorite pitch is a curve ball ... once hit two homers in one inning, one of which was a grand slam ... also struck out 17 in one game ... member of the BYU Student Athlete Advisory Committee ... wife's name is Brittany Webster ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

Before BYU

Prepped at Madison High where he was coached by Randy Lords ... graduated with honors ... was all-region and all-state.

Other College

Was All-Scenic West Conference at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls where he was coached by Skip Walker ... won the Student Athlete Award and made the President's List as a 4.0 student ... was second in the league in strikeouts ... was 5-2 with a 2.28 ERA in 51.1 innings for CSI in 2003 and struck out 53, walking 20 in 13 appearances and 11 starts ... has been drafted twice, by the Boston Red Sox in 19th round of 2002 and in 2003 by the Chicago White Sox in the 40th round.


Year     ERA  W-L APP  GS  CG  SV    IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO
2005 7.22 2-4 10 6 1 0 33.2 34 32 27 22 31
2006 11.25 0-3 12 3 0 1 20.0 21 27 25 27 14
TOTAL 8.72 2-7 22 9 1 1 53.2 55 59 52 49 45

2005 | Junior Year

Had a pitching duel vs. Jeff Williams of Colorado State-Pueblo which had pro scouts most interested in the latter until Woolf's curve ball caught their eye in the 2-1 BYU victory when he surrendered only five hits in a complete game ... that one-hour, 39-minute game time tied BYU's record for the shortest game when the Cougars lost at Notre Dame, 1-0, in 2002 ... Woolf slammed the door on UNLV in a come-from-behind 12-7 victory for a win after he struck out six Rebels in five innings ... was not as effective a couple weeks later against UNLV in the championship game of the MWC Tournament when he struck out three in 1.2 innings in a 9-5 loss ... selected as a Cougar Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-MWC.

2006 | Senior Year

Named Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-MWC ... selected as a Cougar Club Scholar Athlete.