STILLEY'S WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
RS-FRESHMAN (2009): Appeared in 18 games, including nine starts...was 3-3 with 4.63 ERA...struck out 42 in 58 and one-third innings...pitched four shutout innings in relief while recording season-high six strikeouts in first-collegiate win against Gonzaga, March 3...pitched four and one-third innings at No. 1 Arizona State, April 12 in first-collegiate start...punched out five batters at USC, April 26 and against Washington, May 24...struck out four in NCAA Regional game at Oklahoma, May 31.
FRESHMAN (2008): Sat out season as a redshirt while doing injury rehabilitation after enrolling at WSU for spring semester.
STILLEY'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned three letters under coach Bill Baxter...struck out 24 and posted 1.79 ERA in 31 innings on the mound and played outfield as a freshman...team MVP as a sophomore...first team all-league and all-county...second team all-state...led team to Narrows League title with 4-0 record, 1.57 ERA and 54 strikeouts...selected to play in Mariner Cup at Safeco Field...Baseball America/Team One All-America...posted 6-1 record with 1.05 ERA as a senior...struck out 73 and held opponents to a .145 batting average...struck out 16 in a game against Stadium High...Central Kitsap Male Athlete of the Year...team MVP, first team all-league, first team all-county and second team all-state...team won league...ranked 18th in Washington by Baseball Northwest.
David Michael Stilley...born in Vallejo, Calif...will turn age 21 late in the season...father Gene and mother Lynette...one older brother, John and one older sister, Jody Belknap...great grandfather Paris Butisbauch was a left-handed pitcher for the Oakland Oaks in the Pacific Coast League...enjoys playing video games...criminal justice major.