Jackson McClelland
Jackson  McClelland


Beaumont, Calif.

High School:
Redlands East Valley HS

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 220





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McClelland Picked by Toronto in 15th Round of MLB Draft

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2013 John Scolinos Alumni Game

Waves past and present converged on Eddy D. Field Stadium for the 2013 John Scolinos Alumni Game.

Career Stats Get Acrobat Reader

2015/JUNIOR: Made 15 starts on the mound for the Waves … Named All-WCC second team … Led the Waves with a 2.93 ERA, good for seventh in the WCC … Threw 95.1 innings, compiling a 6-4 record … Tossed a pair of complete games … Struck out 71 batters and walked 42 … Allowed a .237 opponent batting average … Struck out a career-high eight batters twice, against Portland (3/27) and San Francisco (5/3).

2014/SOPHOMORE: Made 16 appearances on the mound for the Waves in 2014 ... Picked up 15 starts, compiling an 8-3 record and 3.48 ERA ... Was third on the team with 82.2 innings pitched ... Struck out 49 batters while walking just 23 ... Opponents hit .269 against him ... Picked up three wins in four WCC starts and had a 2.96 ERA in conference play ... Tossed a career-high 7.0 innings on three separate occasions ... Struck out a career-best seven batters against UC Santa Barbara (5/13) ... Had his best start of the year against Portland (3/29), throwing 7.0 scoreless innings, striking out six batters and allowing just one walk ... Got the victory in the WCC Tournament title game, throwing 6.0 innings and giving up just one run against LMU (5/24) ... Made three postseason starts.

2013 SUMMER LEAGUE: Competed for the Palm Springs Power in the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League ... Helped the Power win the SCCBL Championship ... Posted a 4-1 record with a 2.88 ERA in 34.1 innings ... Appeared in 10 games (five starts) and struck out 39 and walked 12 ... Opponents hit .220 with six extra-base hits.

2013/FRESHMAN: Posted a strong freshman season on the mound for the Waves ... Posted a 2-1 record with a 1.46 ERA with 26 strikeouts in 49.1 innings spanning 22 appearances and four starts ... Collected first career victory in inaugural collegiate start against Western Michigan (2/16) ... Picked up second win in a 9-7 victory against USC (4/30) ... Did not allow a run in final five appearances spanning 6.1 innings with five strikeouts ... Opposing batters hit .234 against and West Coast Conference foes managed a .200 clip ... In league play, tossed 11.0 innings in eight appearances with a 0.82 ERA ... Named to WCC All-Freshman Team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Redlands East Valley High school in 2012 and played four years under head coach James Cortes ... As a junior was named first team All-Citrus Belt League and second team All-County ... Won CBL MVP, first team All-Country, All-CIF, and Redlands City Player of the Year ... Has seven teammates playing at the Division 1 level.

CLUB: Played for the Inland Valley Venom, Angels Elite, Houston Banditos, and Yankees Scoutball ... pitched at Angel Stadium and in Arizona and Florida.

PERSONAL: Given name is Jackson Gabriel McClelland ... Born in Riverside ... Plans to major in Sports Medicine ... Son of Tim and Michelle McClelland ... Brother to Chelsea and Kourtnee ... Chose Pepperdine because of the "tight-knit" feeling of everyone on campus.

FAVORITES: Matt Kemp (pro baseball player); Los Angeles Dodgers (pro baseball team); Shooter (book); 300 (movie); King of Queens (TV show); Nickelback (musical artist); Pasta (food); Football (sport other than baseball) ... was home schooled five years to travel and play baseball.

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