24 - Paul Tremlin
Paul Tremlin
Birth Date: 01/02/1989
Height: 6-4
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Quartz Hill, CA
Position: RHP
Bats/Throws: L/R
EXP: 3V
Previous School: Quartz Hill HS

2011

Paul Tremlin finished his senior season at Northridge with the third-best ERA on the team at 4.37 and amassed a 2-7 record in 22 appearances (10 starts). He ranked second on the team with three saves and also struck out 34 batters while walking 15. Tremlin struck out three batters in 3.0 innings of work vs. Seattle University (2/20), pitched 2.0 innings in relief and did not give up a hit against Valparaiso (2/28), and came into the game and pitched 3.1 innings, striking out three in the win at Lamar (3/6). He earned his first save of the season after throwing 1.1 scoreless innings vs. Lafayette (3/12 Gm. 2), picked up his first win of the year against UNLV (3/15), striking out five in 5.2 innings, and pitched 4.1 innings and struck out two in relief vs. LMU (3/25). He pitched 0.2 innings to earn his second save of the year at Bakersfield (4/10) after inheriting runners on first and second, pitched 3.0 scoreless innings in relief and earn the victory in the walk-off win over UCSB (4/12), and tossed 5.2 innings to match a season high against Pacific (4/22). Tremlin pitched 6.0 innings, allowing just one unearned run in a no-decision against UC Santa Barbara (5/7), started the game and threw 5.2 innings with a strikeout against UC Riverside in a loss (5/14), and pitched 6.0 innings and struck out two at Long Beach State (5/21). He also came on in the ninth to close out Cal State Fullerton in a 5-4 victory for the save (5/27) and was the Senior Day starter, pitching 5.2 innings with three strikeouts in the season finale (5/29). For his career, Tremlin compiled a record of 16-14 with one complete game in 209.0 innings, had an ERA of 5.04 and struck out 138 batters while walking just 69.

2010

Paul Tremlin started 12 of the 19 games he appeared in, finishing with a 7-6 record and 6.17 ERA. His seven wins were the most of any Matador pitcher in 2010 and he was the second Matador pitcher to throw a complete game. His 70.0 innings were the second-highest amount thrown this season, falling only one inning shy of the total number of innings thrown during his first two seasons at CSUN combined. Tremlin matched his career total with his 52 strikeouts. He pitched a season-high 5.0 innings and fanned three vs. Connecticut (3/6), and threw 6.1 innings of no-hit baseball against LMU before leaving the game having pitched a total of seven shutout innings, striking out seven batters in the process to set new career highs in both categories. He threw for five full innings and picked up his fourth victory of the season at Seattle (3/20, Gm. 1), earned his fifth with of the season, set a new career and season-high with eight strikeouts, and tied his season and career high with 7.0 innings pitched vs. Sacramento State (3/27), and threw for 5.1 innings and struckout two batters vs. UC Irvine (4/2). He pitched 6.0 innings and struck out six in his start vs. Cal State Bakersfield (4/10), gave up just one earned run in five innings at Pacific (4/24), and struck out five en route to his first career complete game-victory vs. UC Davis. Tremlin set a new season and career high with his team-high, nine-inning effort vs. UC Davis (5/1) and also struck out six in 7.0 innings of work at UC Santa Barbara (5/7). He allowed only one run vs. Long Beach State (5/23) and threw 25 pitches during his 0.1 innings on the mound at Cal State Fullerton (5/30).

2009

Tremlin made his 2009 debut at Pepperdine and pitched 0.1 innings, gave up one run and one hit, striking out one batter in the process (2/22) and pitched 0.2 innings against Loyola Marymount (2/24). He pitched 1.1 innings with one strikeout vs. Texas Tech (2/27), struck out four batters in 3.0 innings vs. Evansville (3/4), struck out another three batters in game two of a doubleheader at Nebraska (3/7), and allowed only four hits and fanned three batters vs. San Jose State (3/13). He pitched another three innings and struck out three batters having only given up one hit in game two vs. Columbia (3/21), fanned five batters and gave up only one earned run in 3.0 innings pitched vs. UNLV (4/1), and struck out another three batters in 4.1 innings pitched at Cal Poly (4/5). Tremlin allowed zero runs and only two hits against Cal State Fullerton (4/10), allowed zero runs for the second straight game for his fourth win of the season against Cal State Bakersfield (4/14), and picked up his fifth win at Long Beach State (4/18). He allowed zero earned runs and struck out five batters vs. Pepperdine (4/21), struck out two batters in 1.2 innings pitched at UC Irvine (5/2), and was one of five pitchers who did not allow one hit in relief at Cal State Bakersfield (5/19). Tremlin allowed only three hits in 3.2 innings pitched at UC Davis (5/24) and finished the season tied for the team lead in wins with seven, struckout the third-highest number of batters (43), and pitched the fourth-highest amount of innings (47.2).

2008

Tremlin started in one of the 15 games he appeared in in 2008. He pitched a total of 23.1 innings and struckout nine batters and allowed only two hits in 3.1 innings pitched at UC Santa Barbara. He did not allow a hit or an earned run in 2.0 innings pitched in relief during a Northridge 7-0 victory vs. UC Santa Barbara (4/22).

QUARTZ HILL HIGH SCHOOL

Tremlin earned two letters for the Rebels and also played junior varsity baseball for two seasons and football for one season. His baseball team went 50-9 over his two seasons on the mound and he was tabbed All-Golden League and All-CIF as a senior. Tremlin was named Golden League Pitcher of the Year and Southern Cities All-Star as a senior and helped his squad to league championships as a junior and senior. He was also a member of the 2006 CIF State championship team and went 12-1 with a 2.29 ERA and 101 strikeouts as a senior.

MATADOR MEMO

Born January 2, 1989 ... Full name is Paul Artley Tremlin IV ... Parents are Kelly and Paul Tremlin ... Favorites include actor Will Smith, actress Jessica Biel, television show "24", the movie "Gladiator", and Van Halen ... Greatest sports moment was throwing a perfect game ... Most embarrassing moment was tripping on home plate while scoring in a game ... Played against USC catcher Robert Stock ... Wears number 24 in honor of Ken Griffey, Jr.