2013: Made 15 appearances and 14 total starts on the mound for Tech in his final season with the Bulldogs ... Posted a 3-6 record with a 3.95 ERA in 79.2 innings with a complete game, while striking out 27 batters he faced ... His 3.95 ERA is the lowest of his four years as a starter in the Bulldogs' rotation ... He matched his career-long outing of nine innings after throwing the second complete game of his career in a 9-4 win over CSU Bakersfield for his third win of the season ... Struck out a season-high five batters March 30 vs. UT Arlington ... Moved up to 7th all-time in the Tech record books in career appearances by a pitcher with 68 ... Also moved up to 7th all-time in career pitching with 288.2 innings pitched by a Tech pitcher.
2012: Made 16 appearances and 12 starts in his junior season with the 'Dogs ... Posted a 6-4 record with a 7.13 ERA and 53.0 innings pitched ... Tied his career high for wins in a season with six ... Posted the second most wins among Tech pitchers ... Totaled a season-high six strikeouts on two different occasions (2/19 vs. UT Arlington; 3/28 at Grambling) ... Pitched a season long 7.0 innings while holding San Jose State (5/6) to six hits, one run/earned run and two walks in a 4-1 victory for Tech and his fifth win of the season.
2011: Started 16 games to lead all Bulldog pitchers... Picked up six wins on the season with one save over 83.1 innings... Pitched six-plus innings eight times in 2011, allowing less than three earned runs in six of those starts... Named the third-best draft prospect for the 2012 draft in the WAC by Perfect Game USA... Tossed 8.0 innings in season opener against SIU (2/18) and allowed just five hits and one unearned run... Had a career-high seven strikeouts at McNeese State (2/25) in 6.0 innings of work... Allowed just one earned run in 7.0-plus innings of work at No. 25 Rice (3/18)... Allowed just two runs and six hits in 7.0 innings of work against New Mexico State (4/8)... Allowed four hits and not one earned run in 8.0 innings of work to pick up a win in the series opener against Nevada (4/29)... Tallied the first save of his career against UT Arlington (5/3).
2010: Appeared in 19 games on the mound while starting 12... Was named WAC pitcher of the week after earning the first ever win at the Twin's new Target Field vs. Minnesota (3/27)... Longest scoreless innings streak of any freshman in the nation and tenth longest regardless of classification, 19.0 innings (3/26-4/10)... Picked up his first career win in his first career start at Grambling (2/23)... Threw his first career complete game in a win over Hawai'i (4/23).
High School: Lettered three seasons at Hallsville High School under coach Scott Mitchell... Was a part of his high school team when they won district his junior year... As a pitcher during his sophomore year, he was second team all-district and all-east Texas honorable mention... As a junior, he was named MVP for district 17-4A, awarded third team all-state as a pitcher, first team all-east Texas as a first baseman, Harrison and Marion County Player of the Year and the Texas Sports Writers Association Pitcher of the Year... District 13-4A pitcher of the year as a senior in 2009... Louisville Preseason All-American... Earned second team all-state as a pitcher as well as first team All-East Texas... Selected in the 23rd round (709th overall) of the 2009 MLB first year player draft by the Tampa Bay Rays...Played one season of football during his senior year... Played summer ball with the Dallas Bat under former Texas Ranger, Rusty Greer.
Personal: Full name is Trevor Gregg Petersen... Son of Jason and Brenda Petersen... Has one brother, Brandon and one sister, Amanda... Born August 19, 1990 in Longview, Texas.