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Summer Tobias Athlete Profile

#12 Summer Tobias

Summer Tobias
Position: Pitcher Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2005-2006 Hometown: Temecula, CA



National Honors

  • 2006 NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-West Region Second Team


Conference Honors

  • 2006 All-MWC
  • 2005 MWC All-Tournament team honors
  • 2005 All-MWC

Personal

  • Parents are Toby and Jody Tobias
  • Scholar athlete (three years)
  • Defensive player of the year/MVP in basketball

Before BYU

  • In high school, named female athlete of the year once
  • Four-time team MVP
  • League MVP four years
  • Two-time All-Valley Player of the Year
  • Press Enterprise Player of the Year
  • First team all CIF (three years)
  • Two-time All-American in 18-under gold ASA
  • Broke 30 career high school records and 16 career league records
  • Four-year varsity letter winner
  • At Nebraska, finished with a 15-4 record and a 1.51 ERA as a freshman.

Stats

YEAR  ERA  W-L  APP GS CG  IP     H   R  ER  BB  SO  2B  3B  HR  AB   B/Avg
2005  1.71 19-7 33  26 17  161.2  133 65 40  33 115  21  1   6   608  .219
2006  2.43 26-13 44 36 24  225.0  213 106 78 56 146  29  3  19   868  .245


2005 | Junior Year

  • Led team in ERA (1.73), wins (19), appearances (33), starts (26), complete games (17), shutouts (5), saves (5), innings pitched (161.2) and strike outs (115)
  • Pitched only the second perfect game in BYU program history against Utah Valley State
  • Named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week
  • Earned MWC All-Tournament team honors
  • An All-MWC performer

2006 | Senior Year

  • Led BYU in nearly every pitching category for the second consecutive year
  • Set single-season school records for wins (26) and innings pitched (225)
  • In only two years, set career records in victories (44) and innings pitched (386.2)
  • Mountain West Conference All-Conference selection
  • Picked up MWC Pitcher of the Week honors twice
  • Named Defensive Player of the Year by players and coaches
  • Named to the NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-West region second team