Amy Klever

Amy Klever

Player Profile


Milwaukie, Ore.

High School:
Rex Putnam




Amy Klever saw action in the circle during four games...had two strikeouts in 5.1 innings of work...held a 9.19 ERA...struckout one batter in three innings against Long Beach State (Jan. 30)...tallied a strikeout and allowed only one hit in two innings of work at Hawaii (Feb. 6) 2003 as a freshman walk-on recorded four victories against teams ranked in the Top 25.

2003: Posted an 8-11 overall record in 40 appearances for the Beavers...was a freshman walk-on...started 18 games and pitched seven complete games with one shutout...had 70 strikeouts in 139.0 innings of work...led the Beaver pitching staff with three Pac-10 wins on the season... recorded victories against four top-25 teams on the year...pitched in four NCAA Regional Tournament games... finished with two strikeouts in two innings of relief against No. 19 South Florida (May 16) in the NCAA Regional Tournament...struckout five batters in a complete game victory at No. 5 Washington (May 2), helping Oregon State secure a winning season...threw all 11 innings against top-ranked Arizona (Apr. 27), while striking out five...matched her season-high with six strikeouts in a complete game victory against No. 12 Arizona State (Apr. 25)...earned the win at No. 13 Stanford (Apr. 5) after throwing 2.1 innings in relief...tallied a complete game shutout and struckout five batters against San Jose State (Mar. 7)...earned first career victory after five innings of action against UNLV (Feb. 8).

Won four letters as a two-year starter for coach Jerry Stidham...Three Rivers League Player of the Year in 2002...Second team All-State selection as a senior...Honorable mention All-State selection as a junior...Two-time All-Three Rivers League first team pitcher...Played in the Oregon senior all-star Player of the Year...Recorded a 15-1 league pitching record with 13 shutouts...National Honor Society member...Four-year honor roll student...Graduated with a 3.78 GPA.

Born in Portland, OR...Daughter of Karen and Craig Klever...Has a younger brother, Kevin...Majoring in Behavioral Sciences...Wants to be a sports psychologist...Enters 2005 as a junior athletically but a senior academically...Enjoys listening to music, watching movies, and hanging out with her teammates...lists Bucky Jacobsen as her favorite athlete...Biggest athletic thrill to date was competing in the 2004 NCAA Regionals...Chose Oregon State because, "it was a great opportunity to play in the Pac-10 and I felt at home in Corvallis."

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