Third-year infielder with the Blue Hens who has earned two letters • projected as team's designated hitter and can also play first base • career .300 hitter.
2016 SEASON (GAME BY GAME)
2015 SEASON (GAME BY GAME)
Appeared in 10 games during the year while making two starts • finished 4 of 13 at the plate on the year with a double, three RBI and three runs scored • singled in his only at bat and scored a run at Wake Forest • went 2 for 4 with an RBI vs. NJIT • delivered a two-run double in the win over Canisius • scored a run at Lehigh.
2014 SEASON (GAME BY GAME)
Played in 33 games and started in 20 in his first year with UD • selected to the Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team and to the Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • apart of Delaware team that tallied a 26-27 overall record with a 10-10 CAA record which was good for a fourth place finish in the conference • recorded a .309 batting average with 25 hits and 12 runs scored • launched one home run in 2014 and recorded four doubles • had 14 RBI and earned seven walks in his freshman season • had a season-high three hits in Delaware's 7-3 win over UNCW on April 26 • the best game of the freshman's season came against Bryant on March 22 as Trimble had two hits, one home run, and four RBI in UD'd 10-9 defeat.
First team all-conference selection at Episcopal Academy • earned second team All-City honoree.
Douglas Aldrich "Doug" Trimble • son of Scott and Janet Trimble • born on March 8, 1995 • has one older sister, Taylor • Taylor was a four-year standout midifelder in lacrosse at Duke University, leading the team to four NCAA Tournament appearances and earning All-South Region and All-ACC honors three times • Taylor scored over 100 career goals and was a member of the 2014-15 U.S. women’s national team • mother played lacrosse and field hockey and father played basketball for CAA rival William & Mary • both graduated in 1987 • two cousins attended Delaware • history major at Delaware • lists the Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles as favorite professional sports teams.