2013: 10 appearances ... 0-2 ... 7.15 ERA ... 6 strikeouts ... WAC: 2 appearances ... 7.71 ERA ... 3 strikeouts
2012: Portland on May 27: threw 1.0 scoreless innings in relief ... Concordia on April 20: threw .2 scoreless innings in relief ... at Washington on April 17: entered game as relief pitcher ... BYU on April 12 (Game 2): threw 1.1 scoreless innings in relief ... at Washington State on April 6: threw .2 innings of relief ... allowed seven runs ... Saint Martin's on March 3: entered game as relief pitcher ... allowed one run ... at Sacrament State on Feb. 25: saw action as relief pitcher ... threw .1 innings ... allowed one run ... Utah Valley on Feb. 19 (Game 1): came on in relief at pitcher ... threw 2.0 innings ... allowed one run ... struck out one batter.
Eagle High School: Stidham earned three letters in baseball for the Mustangs. He was named second team All-State once and named team MVP twice, in 2007 and 2008. He went 9-0 his senior year, throwing two no-hitters and pitching the Mustangs all the way to the state title. He also lead the team in record, ERA, and no hitters his senior season. In addition, Stidham helped the team take third place in state in 2009. Stidham was also a member of the school's science club and ski club.
Club Experience: Stidham pitched for the Eagle Vipers for four years. He helped the club take third in state in 2011.
Personal: Full name is Mason James Stidham. Parents are Jeanie and Jim Stidham, and he has two younger brothers named Jake and Travis and one younger sister, Savanna. His dad was an Arizona State University gymnast while his mom swam for Arizona State. Stidham plans on majoring in a science program, although he's unsure of what discipline, and wants to work in the science field after graduation. He also enjoys fishing, hiking, and watching Boise State University football.