2011-12 Baseball
Wes Torrez
Wes Torrez
No.: 24
Pos.: RHP
Cl.: Jr.
Ht./Wt.: 6-5/210
B/T: R/R
Hometown/Last School: Naperville, Ill./Johnson County CC
Rosters: 2012-13 Baseball
2011-12 Baseball
AS A JUNIOR (2012): Pitched in 12 contests, including four starts as a junior … struck out 14 in 26.1 innings en route to a 1-2 mark … allowed a run on five hits and four strikeouts in six innings at Bethune-Cookman (5/8) to get the win ... struck out two batters in three scoreless relief innings vs. No. 1 Florida State (5/2) ... allowed a run in three innings vs. FIU (4/18) ... Struck out one in 2.1 scoreless relief frames vs. Kennesaw State (3/24) ... struck out three in four innings against Wagner (3/11) … played summer baseball for the Topeka Golden Giants in the Walter Johnson League ... earned A-Sun all-academic honors.

PRIOR TO JU: Spent his sophomore season at Johnson County Community College under Kent Shelley … struck out 47 batters in 14 appearances … named to the academic honor roll … played his freshman season at High Point University under Craig Cozart … logged 15.2 innings of work for the Panthers … earned Big South all-academic and President’s Honor Roll honors … spent the 2010 summer playing in the Chicago Suburban Baseball League … named to the league all-star game after posting a 0.57 ERA.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Naperville North High School under Carl Hunkler … helped Huskies to more than 20 wins in his final two seasons … as a senior, he finished with a 6-1 record and a 2.89 ERA to earn all-conference honorable mention … earned conference all-academic honors in his junior and senior seasons.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 19, 1991, in White Plains, N.Y … son of Mike and Teresa … has two brothers: Iannick and Michael; and a sister, Christiaan … father, Mike, pitched 17 major league seasons (1967-84) and was a member of the New York Yankees’ 1977 World Series squad … cousins: David Proctor (New York Mets, 1988-94), Theodore Heflin (Seattle Mariners, 1999-04) and John Wayne Proctor (Philadelphia Phillies, 1981-82); also spent time in professional baseball … his biggest sports moment was sitting in the dugout with his father for the 2005 New York Yankees Old Timers Game … major is business.