Cam Christian tragically passed away Sunday, October 16, 2011, after being involved in a single car accident. His number #21 will be retired by the Seattle U baseball program in a ceremony at the start of the 2012 season, and the team has dedicated the season in his memory.
2010-11: Saint Mary's (CA) on May 22 (Game 1): pitched one and two thirds innings ... Lewis-Clark State on May 18: pitched a third of an inning ... Lewis-Clark State on May 17: pitched one third of an inning ... Oregon on May 10: pitched 1 inning ... New Mexico on April 30: gave relief in the left field ... New Mexico on April 29 (Game 1): pitched two thirds of an inning ... Pacific Lutheran on April 26: pitched two thirds of an inning ... Dallas Baptist on April 23: gave relief as a pinch hitter and first baseman ...Dallas Baptist on April 22: saw action as a pinch hitter and first baseman ... Washington on April 19: pitched two thirds of an inning ... Washington on April 12: came in as pitching relief ... saw 4 batters ... Nevada on April 9: came in as relief for pitcher ... faced two batters ... Nevada on April 8: started first base ... Portland on March 25: pitched 1 and a third innings ... Portland on March 24: pinch hitter ... had 1 at-bat ... San Jose State on March 20 (Game 1): pitched 1 inning ... Washington on March 8: subbed in ... Portland on March 6: pitched a third of an inning ... Notre Dame on Feb. 26 (Game 2): started as the designated hitter and had 2 at-bats ... Notre Dame on Feb. 25: pitched a third of an inning ... Cal State Northridge on Feb. 19 (Game 2): starting pitcher... pitched 2 innings...had 3 strikeouts.
High School: Three years varsity baseball starter ... Two years varsity football starter ... 2005 fourth place in state ... 2006 second place in state ... 2007 second place in state.
Club Experience: Federal Way Buzz
Personal: Born Cameron John Christian to Lynn and Debbie Christian in Renton, Wash. ... nickname Cam ... siblings are Tyler and Kyara ... history major.