Named to the Whataburger College Classic All-Tournament Team
Member of the Mountain West Conference All-Tournament Team
2006 Summer League:
Appeared in 47 games for the Mineral Wells Steam in the Texas Collegiate League... collected 38 hits, five of which were doubles... blasted two home runs... drove in 14 runs and scored 29... collected seven sacrifice bunts and drew 24 walks... stole 18 bases in 21 attempts... had an on-base percentage of .425.
Appeared in 60 games and started 58... batted .286... tallied 62 base knocks, which tied for fifth on the team... was third on the team with 45 runs scored... smoked 10 doubles, two triples and two home runs... drove in 33 runs... was fifth on the team with 29 walks... led the team with 13 hit-by-pitches... led the team with 14 sacrifice bunts... stole seven bases in 10 attempts... started 11 games at third base before an arm injury forced him to first... made 19 starts at first base and led the team with 28 starts as the designated hitter... recorded hits in 44 contests and reached base in 54 games... had 14 multi-hit games and 10 multiple RBI contests... opened the season with a hit in the first 11 games... drove in a run on a hit in the Frogs season-opening win against No. 12 Tulane... picked up his first multi-hit game of the season against Stephen F. Austin on Feb. 19... was 2-for-5 with two runs scored... collected four hits in the Wright State series... was 2-for-4 with an RBI on Feb. 25 in the Frogs win... picked up an RBI and against Dallas Baptist... was moved to first base during the game... slumped a bit following the game, picking up one hit in his next 15 at-bats... was still productive, drawing six walks and scoring five runs during that stretch... busted out of the slump with a 2-for-2 day at the plate in the opening game against No. 1 Rice in the Whataburger College Classic on March 10... accounted for the Frogs' only run of the game with his first home run of the season... picked up another two hits in win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi the next day... had a home run and a double, while driving in two runs... completed the tournament with a hit against No. 13 Arizona State... rounded out four-game hitting streak with two his in a win at Texas State on March 14... collected only three hits in the next five contests... started another brief four-game hit streak on March 25... went 5-for-13 during the streak, including a two-hit game in the series finale against UCF on March 26... with a run driven in against UNLV in the MWC Preseason Tournament, he commenced a seven-game RBI streak... drove in 10 runs during the streak... picked up two RBIs in win over Air Force on April 2... had two hits and a RBI in win over Baylor on April 4... drove in five runs in the three-game series against Air Force April 7-9... set a new career-high with three hits at Oklahoma on April 11... drove in two runs at UT-Arlington on April 25... had two hits in the series opener at San Diego State on April 28... drove in a run in Frogs' win over the Aztecs on April 29... suffered through another mini-slump over the next three games... went 0-for-12 in that stretch... came out of the slump with a pinch-hit single in game two against Utah on May 5... drove in two runs in the series finale on May 7... had a strong series against New Mexico, helping the Frogs clinch the MWC regular season crown... collected five hits in 11 at-bats, scored four runs and drove in three runs... had three straight three-hit games from May 20-25... was 3-for-5 with two RBIs in the Frogs' MWC Tournament opener against New Mexico... followed with another 3-for-5 day against BYU on May 24... drove in two runs, scored three runs and smoked two doubles... tallied a hit in the tournament championship game... collected three hits in the NCAA Norman Regional... tallied 16 two-out RBIs.
2005 Summer League:
Played for the Sandlott Wooden Bat League's Nashville Navigators...named to the all-star team as a third baseman... led the league in RBIs with 23...hit .320 over the summer... finished third with 24 base knocks... also ranked second in the league with seven doubles.
Was a two-year starter for Texarkana CC...hit .353 his sophomore year with four homeruns...was an all-conference shortstop as a sophomore year... hit .312 with eight home runs as a freshman.
Hooks High School:
Named district Offensive MVP as a senior year...batted .538 his senior year...was an all-district performer as a junior and senior... also lettered in football, basketball and golf.
Steven is the son of Eddie and Jean Trout... has a brother, Scott and a sister,Kelly... majoring in general studies.