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Trever Allen


Arizona State University

Communications and Sociology


Trever Allen graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on Communication and Sociology in May 2014 and immediately began taking graduate-level courses. He is a five-time Scholar Baller, which honors student-athletes who achieve a semester GPA above 3.0.


Allen was heavily involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at ASU and served as a senior mentor for freshmen student-athletes. He routinely took time to help them learn time-management skills and how to adjust to life as a collegiate student-athlete.

“Trever represents the type of person we wish all of our 550-plus student-athletes were like: caring, compassionate, service-minded and goal-oriented. He has an amazing ability to relate to anyone, from 18-year-old freshmen to 55-year-old season-ticket holders, and he is someone we are proud to call a Sun Devil graduate.” – Scottie Graham, Senior Associate Athletics Director


Allen was involved in various community activities while at ASU, including bagging food for the homeless, cleaning up trash around Tempe and ASU’s campus, and helping out with ASU baseball camps. Whether it was taking care of ASU’s iconic “A” Mountain, surprising children at the annual Fantasy Flight, helping install lockers or painting benches at the new baseball stadium, Allen was one of the first student-athletes to sign up for any community service initiative.

“He is an outstanding young man in all facets of life and truly embodies what it means to be a student-athlete. Not only does he excel on the field, in the classroom and around the community, but he also mentors our underclassmen and takes pride in spreading what we call ‘the Sun Devil Way.’” – Head Coach Tracy Smith


A three-time All-Pac 12 honoree, including First Team honors in 2015, Allen became the 17th member of ASU’s 200-hit, 100-RBI, 20-HR club, and was the 15th Sun Devil to appear in more than 200 career games. Finishing with a career .307 batting average, Allen appeared in 205 career games (the 13th most in school history) with 191 starts and 748 at-bats. For his career, he tallied 230 hits (including 37 doubles, 12 triples and 22 home runs), 122 RBI and 141 runs scored. He also earned 67 career multi-hit games and registered 22 career outfield assists. As a junior, Allen became the first Sun Devil to lead the team in home runs in consecutive seasons (2013-14) since Brett Wallace in 2007-08, and just the seventh in program history to do so. Part of an outstanding ASU team as a senior, Allen was one of nine Sun Devils to be selected in the MLB Draft, going to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the 25th round.