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Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 190
Year: Junior
Hometown: San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
High School: Capistrano Valley


Hendricks' Career Statistics
2009 4.84 6-3 12 11 3 1/1 0 67.0 84 48 36 15 50 20 6 6 308 .303 2 9 0 5 2
2010 7.49 4-6 11 10 4 1/0 0 57.2 80 51 48 14 54 23 3 12 269 .327 3 4 0 2 4
2011 2.47 5-3 9 9 4 0/0 0 62.0 53 18 17 11 70 8 1 3 248 .236 0 2 0 3 7
TOTAL   4.87 15-12 32 30 11 2/1 0 186.2 217 117 101 40 174 51 10 21 825 .290 5 15 0 10 13

Eighth-round draft pick of the Texas Rangers in MLB’s First-Year Player Draft ... signed shortly thereafter to begin his professional career and forego his senior season ... Major League Baseball ERA leader in 2016 (2.13), becoming the first Big Green pitcher to even lead either league, let alone all of MLB ... won the clinching the game of the 2016 National League Championship Series with 7.1 scoreless innings, sending the Chicago Cubs to their first World Series in 71 years ... completed his degree during the off-season, receiving his diploma in 2013 ... ended his career eighth on Dartmouth’s all-time list with 174 strikeouts and tied for 11th with 15 victories.

JUNIOR (2011)
First-team All-Ivy pitcher also chosen as Dartmouth’s Pitcher of the Year ... awarded the Ivy League Pitcher of the Week three times ... among the top 50 pitchers nationally in strikeouts per game (10.16, 33rd) and complete games (4, 42nd) ... third in the conference with a 2.47 ERA ... tied for league lead with five victories as well, plus tied for second with 70 strikeouts, sixth with 62.0 innings and a .236 average against ... left-handed batters managed a paltry .204 average off him ... tough-luck loser at UCF in first start, yielding just two runs over five innings in an 8-0 defeat ... next seven starts were all quality starts ... struck out a career-high 15 without walking a batter in just seven innings against Army in an 11-2 win to earn the Ivy League and Northeast Region Pitcher of the Week, Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week and the Cross High-Performance Male Athlete of the Week for Dartmouth ... the 15 K’s were the most by a Dartmouth pitcher in 39 years and the most by any Ivy pitcher during the season ... fanned 11 more hitters over eight innings while yielding just three hits and one walk in his next start, a 17-2 trouncing over UMBC ... surrendered three runs, two earned, on five hits while striking out six in a complete-game, 3-2 loss at Penn in his first Ivy start of the season ... did not get a decision against Princeton despite going eight innings and allowing three runs with seven strikeouts in a 4-3, 10-inning triumph ... Big Green were shutout at Yale in another complete-game loss, 3-0 ... was touched for just one run while striking out seven in seven-inning complete games versus Brown and at Harvard, beating the Bears, 2-1, and the Crimson, 3-1 ... was the winning pitcher in the second game of the Ivy Championship Series at Princeton, hurling eight frames and allowing four runs — but none after the second stanza — in the 5-4 win.

Earned All-Ivy League Honorable Mention ... tied for the Ivy League lead with four complete games (three seven-inning contests) ... second in the conference with 54 strikeouts ... was tough with runners on base and two out — opposition hit just .167 (6-for-36) against him ... Preseason Ivy League Pitcher of the Year as selected by Baseball America ... struck out a career-high 11 batters while allowing just one earned run in six innings in a 14-2 win over Long Island ... chosen as the Dartmouth Male Athlete of the Week on March 24 ... went the distance in a career-long eight innings but took the loss at Bethune-Cookman, yielding just two earned runs while whiffing seven ... next time out equaled his 11 strikeouts in six frames at Princeton, but was the tough-luck loser in a 2-0 pitcher’s duel ... won his last three league starts, allowing just six runs in 19.2 innings (2.75 ERA) ... won for third time in a clinching game, tossing a two-hit shutout in a 9-0 triumph over Harvard to secure the Ivy League’s Rolfe Division crown ... named Ivy Pitcher of the Week for defeating both Brown and Harvard ... started the first game of the Ivy Championship Series at Columbia and the NCAA Regional at Miami.

Freshman All-American as chosen by Collegiate Baseball ... second team All-Ivy as a rookie pitcher ... won each of his six starts against Ivy League teams, including the deciding game of the Ivy Championship by hurling 7.1 scoreless innings ... tough with two — opponents hit just .195 against him with two outs ... pitched well in debut, allowing two runs in 5.1 innings at Duke, but took the loss ... Ivy Pitcher of the Week following seven-inning shutout at Columbia ... struck out eight at Yale, then a season-high nine in ICS Championship clinching victory... won the Rolfe Division title clincher at Harvard with a complete game ... only pitcher in the conference to win five games in league play ... pitched for the San Luis Obispo Blues in the California Collegiate League over the summer with Big Green teammate Jason Brooks, posting a 2.21 ERA and 4-0 record in eight starts, striking out 39 batters in just 36.2 innings.

Selected in the 39th round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim ... his Capistrano Valley team was South Coast League Champions each of his four years with an overall record of 86-21 ... lettered the last two for coach Bob Zamora ... SCL Player of the Year as a senior with an 8-2 record and a 0.93 ERA, striking out 65 batters in 75 innings ... also first team SCL, first team Orange County and first team CIF Division I.

Majoring in economics with a minor in mathematics ... son of John and Ann Marie and has one sister ... born Dec. 7, 1989 in Newport Beach, Calif. ... played high school ball with sophomore catcher Brandon Parks ... collects sports memorabilia as a hobby.

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