There are currently 17 former Waves playing professionally both in the U.S. and internationally.
Baseball's Steve Rodriguez steps down after 12 seasons as the Waves' head coach.
Jon Moscot was an All-WCC performer for the Waves in 2012.
Eighteen student-athletes earned All-American honors and 51 were all-conference.
Sever goes in the 21st round to the Cleveland Indians, while Vincej goes to Cincinnati in the 37th round.
No. 2 seed Pepperdine vs. No. 3 seed Michigan State Palo Alto Regional Stanford, Calif. June 1, 2012
Waves win 2012 WCC Title May 27, 2012 Pepperdine 5, USD 1 Malibu, Calif. Photos by Jeff Golden and Stephen Wandzura
Friday, Feb. 17 at Eddy D. Field Stadium Pepperdine vs. Oklahoma Photos by Stephen Wandzura
CAREER HIGHS: Strikeouts: 10,(2x), last 4/5/12 vs. Saint Mary's ;Walks: 4 (3x), 5/14/11 at San Francisco; IP (start): 9.0, 5/21/11 vs. Gonzaga; IP (relief): 3.0, 4/23/11 vs. Loyola Marymount; Winning Streak: 2g, 5/7 - 5/21/11; Losing Streak: 1g (2x), 5/27/11 - present; Low-hit CG: 5, 5/21/11 vs. Gonzaga.
2012/JUNIOR: Went 7-5 with a 2.90 ERA and led the Waves with 95 strikeouts during his junior campaign ... Had 15 overall appearances ... All-WCC first team, NCAA All-Stanford Regional team, WCC/Rawlings Pitcher of the Week (4/5), CollegeBaseballInsider.com West Pitcher of the Week (4/5), Collegiate Baseball Hall of Fame and Diamond Sports National All-Star Lineup (4/5) ... Had a season-high 10 strikeouts to tie his career record as he threw a complete game and took a no-hitter into the eighth inning at Saint Mary's (4/5) ... Had five complete games on the year, vs. Rhode Island (3/9), Kent State (3/16), at Saint Mary's (4/5), vs. San Diego (5/25) and vs. Michigan State (6/1) ... Waves were 5-0 in games that he went the distance ...Also had nine strikeouts on two occasions, vs. Fresno State (2/24) and vs. San Diego (5/25) ... Finished out the season with a complete game, two-run shutout of Michigan State in the NCAA Tournament Regionals ... Drafted in the fourth round, 142nd pick overall by the Cincinnati Reds.
2011/SUMMER: Playing for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks of the Cape Cod League.
2011/SOPHOMORE: Named to the Jewish Sports Review All-American team ... Earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "bronze" honors ... Completed first year as a Wave with a 2-2 record, 4.27 ERA and 48 strikeouts ... Appeared in 12 games, started 10, and earned his lone save after pitching the final 3.0 innings of a 7-2 win over Loyola Marymount (4/23) ... Totaled 71.2 innings pitched and faced 288 batters ... Delivered the Waves first complete game shutout of the season, leading them to a 3-0 win vs. Gonzaga (5/21) in which he scattered five hits and five strikeouts ... Made Pepperdine debut on Feb. 20 vs. Eastern Kentucky and was the lone Wave of the season to record 10 Ks in a game, which he accomplished in 6.0 innings vs. the Colonels ... Left game (which Pepperdine won 3-1) in hands of the bullpen after tossing 83 pitches ... Did not earn a decision until his fourth start of year - a loss vs. Louisville (3/12) ... Remained at 0-1 on the year until May 7 when he earned his first Pepperdine win with a 6.0 inning, two strikeout performance vs. Santa Clara ... Gave up four runs to the Broncos on a season high 11 hits allowed, but the Waves held on to win 5-4 ... The Waves went 6-4 in his 10 starts, half of which were judged as quality starts, and 2-0 when he entered as a reliever ... Pitched past the sixth inning on eight occasions ... Induced 99 ground ball outs, including seven which directly led to a double play ... Picked three runners off base ... With two outs held opposing hitters to a .177 average (14-for-79) ... Posted an ERA of 2.00 or lower during three of the first four innings of a game, including a 0.90 first-inning ERA and 0.00 ERA (10.0 IP, 1 ER) in the third inning (10.0 IP, 0 ER) ... Had a 3.82 ERA as starter ... Over his 12 appearances, retired nine of the first 12 batters he faced to start a contest.
2010/FALL: Started two games for the Orange Team during Pepperdine's Fall World Series ... Went 0-1 with a 3.55 ERA and struck out nine over 12.2 innings of work ... Held opposing hitters to a .255 batting average ... Suffered the loss in game two (11/7) after giving up two runs over 5.2 frames with five Ks and two BBs ... Both runs were scored in the sixth inning on three hits and a walk ... Had allowed just three base runners in the preceding five innings ... Pitched the first seven innings of game five (11/14), in which he gave up three runs on seven hits and a walk ... Struck out four and left the game after 90 pitches and the game tied at 3-3 ... Allowed all three runs to score through the first two frames before settling down over the next five innings, in which just three runners reached base.
2010/FRESHMAN: Attended Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, Calif., from 2009-10 and played for the Cougars in the spring of 2010 ... Helped carry team to an appearance at super regionals ... Named to the all-Western State North first team after posting a 6-2 record with a 2.01 earned-run average ... Delivered a complete game victory over Cypress ... Pitched eight shutout innings vs. Oxnard.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2009 from Pacific Palisades HS where he was a three-year varsity letterwinner, pitcher and third baseman for head coach Mike Voelkel ... Finished scholastic career with a .415 batting average, 2.1 earned run average and 230 strikeouts ... Helped lead his school to four consecutive Western League titles and a 48-1 record vs. league opponents from 2007 to 2009 ... Two-time Western League MVP and All-City pitcher ... Received the Palisades Post award for Most Outstanding Athlete ... Named MVP of his freshman team after hitting .600 ... AP Scholar.
CLUB: Played for the SoCal Black Sox from 2005 to 2007, Victory from 2008 to 2009 and Dodgers Elite in 2009.
PERSONAL: Given name is Jonathan Solomon Moscot ... Born in Santa Monica and raised in Pacific Palisades ... Sports medicine major ... Son of Elliott and Kathy Moscot ... Brother to Josh and Jed Moscot ... Had a small part in the movie, Benchwarmers ... Chose to attend Pepperdine for its strong baseball tradition and endless opportunities.
FAVORITES: Roy Halladay (pro baseball player) ... New York Mets (pro baseball team) ... Angels and Demons (book) ... Remember The Titans (movie) ... Seinfeld (TV show) ... Slightly Stoopid (muscial artist) ... Pizza (food) ... Football (sport other than baseball) ... Hobbies include camping, fishing and jet skiing.