Palomar Comets Baseball
Kalamunda, Perth, Western Australia
Lesmurdie Senior High School
(Perth, Australia), Class of 2004
NCAA DIVISION I COLLEGE:
Has signed with Arkansas
PERSONAL: Born June 11, 1987, in Kalamunda,
Western Australia. Son of Penny and Steve Jew. ... Has one
SEASON: First-team All-Pacific Coast Conference
selection. ... Appeared in 14 games, starting 13, and
10-2. ... The wins tied him for fourth on the all-time
Palomar single-season list. ... Compiled a 2.07 ERA,
14th on the Palomar all-time list.. ... His .765
win-loss percentage over two seasons (13-4) is
eighth-best for the Comets all-time. ... Struck out 47
batters and walked 16 in 82 2/3 innings. ... Was 6-1 with an ERA
of 2.75 over 39 1/3 innings in seven Pacific Coast
Conference appearances. ... Gave up one run in five
innings against Irvine Valley on Jan. 31. ... Beat Rio
Hondo 22-2 on the road on Feb. 14, pitching five innings
of four-hit, shutout ball. ... Notched his second
victory on Feb. 19, beating Mt. San Jacinto on the road
when the Eagles came into the game with an 8-1 record.
... Pitched 2 1/3 shutout relief innings on Feb. 28 as
the Comets went on the road and knocked off
Southwestern, last year's state runner-up, 5-3. ... Shut
out host Imperial Valley on four hits over the first
seven innings on March 5 as the Comets defeated the
Arabs 13-0. ... Pitched six innings of three-hit, one
run ball, striking out seven batters, in a 5-3 win at
Mt. SAC on March 14 but wasn't involved the the
decision. Left the game at the beginning of the seventh
inning with the Comets and Mounties tied at 1-1. ...
Threw seven innings of five-hit, shutout ball to beat
Southern California No. 1-ranked Southwestern 9-2 on
March 21 at Myers Field, advancing for his fifth
victory. ... Recorded his sixth victory at the Comets,
ranked No. 3 in Southern California, won 10-7 at No. 4
Grossmont on March 28, opening a two-game lead over the
Griffins in the conference race. ... Beat Southern
California No. 1-ranked Orange Coast by throwing 8 1/3
shutout innings as the second-ranked Comets won 2-0 on
April 8. Retired eight and then nine batters in a row in
the game. ... Picked up his eighth win on April 14
as the Comets downed host San Diego City College 17-5 to
stretch their lead over second-place Grossmont in the
Pacific Coast Conference race to three games with seven
to play. ... Pitched three-hit ball over the first seven
inning, allowing only an unearned run, on April 21 as
the Comets clinched at least a tie for the conference
championship with a 16-1 win over San Diego Mesa. ...
Beat Citrus 5-2 on May 9 as the Comets swept their
best-of-3 series from the Owls to begin the Southern
California playoffs. Allowed one run and five hits in
seven innings, striking out four and walking none.
MARCH 9 NORTH COUNTY TIMES FEATURE ON SAM JEW
MARCH 22 NORTH COUNTY TIMES GAME STORY VS.
APRIL 9 NORTH COUNTY TIMES GAME STORY OF JEW'S WIN OVER
MAY 10 NORTH COUNTY TIMES GAME STORY OF JEW'S WIN OVER
SEASON: Was 3-2 with a 3.74 ERA as a true
freshman, pitching 43 1/3 innings. ... Was 3-0 with an
ERA of 0.84 in Pacific Coast Conference games as he came
off a minor mid-season injury to close the season strong.
... Was an honorable mention all-conference selection.
... Gave up one run in 4 2/3 innings vs.
Cerritos on Jan. 31. ... Started against Los Angeles
Pierce on Feb. 15 and surrendered two runs on four hits
in six innings. Shut out the Brahmas over the first six
innings, striking out four and walking none, before
tiring and leaving the game in the seventh. ... Came
into the game with two outs in the top of the third and
the CometsPalomar trailing 4-0 against San Diego Mesa on
April 17. Pitched 5 1/3 scoreless innings, recording the
victory, in a game the Comets rallied to win 8-4. ...
Allowed one run over eight innings to beat conference
champion Southwestern 3-1 on April 24. ... Beat Imperial
Valley 4-1 on May 1, surrendering one run on six hits
over eight innings.
SCHOOL SPORTS: Competed in (Australian Rules) football,
cricket, athletics (track & field) and swimming.
(Updated as of June 7, 2009)