2014/SENIOR: Appeared in five games for the Waves ... Posted three official at-bats, scoring one run ... Had one walk and one sacrifice fly ... Posted two putouts in limited action in the outfield ... Drove in his lone run against Santa Clara (5/23)
2013/JUNIOR: Appeared in nine games in first season at Pepperdine ... Collected first hit of the year against Saint Mary's (5/12) ... Batted .143 (1-7) as a pinch hitter ... Drove in a run against Loyola Marymount (3/16) ... Drew a pair of walks.
COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS: Played one season for head coach Chris Cota at College of the Canyons ... Batted .304 with 27 RBI, 23 runs, seven doubles, three triples and one homer ... Named to the Western State Conference All-Academic Team ... Team made the playoffs.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2010 from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif. ... Played three varsity seasons for head coach Tom Dill ... Hit over .300 each season at Notre Dame ... Named All-Academic as a junior and senior ... Was team MVP as a sophomore ... Team won the CIF and Mission League championships in 2008 ... 2008 team was named Cal Hi Sports State Team of the Year and was ranked No. 8 in the nation ... Also played football for the Knights.
CLUB: Played club ball for the Santa Clarita Express, Bombers and ABD Bulldogs ... Won Cooperstown titles with the Express and the Huntington Beach Vikings ... Played for Team USA in the PanAmerican Games in Hermosillo, Mexico, finishing second.
PERSONAL: Born in Van Nuys, Calif. ... Parents are David and Debra Garelick ... Has two sisters, Haley and Brooke ... His father played collegiate tennis and grandfather and uncle both played professional baseball ... Chose Pepperdin because of the, "Great academics, great baseball, great coaching, and the most beautiful baseball field and campus in the country."
FAVORITES: Derek Jeter (athlete); Los Angeles Dodgers (team); Catcher in the Rye (book); The Dark Knight Rises (movie); Breaking Bad (TV show); The Weeknd (musical artist); Sushi (food); Football (sport other than baseball)