Played last summer for the East Alabama Big Train of the Great South League, where he was selected as a West Division All-Star and helped his team to a West Division title and a runner-up finish in the league tournament.
Appeared in 13 games and pitched 12.1 innings out of the UAB bullpen ... struck out a season-high three batters in the first game of an April 14 doubleheader against Alabama A&M ... pitched a season-high two innings in the Alabama A&M game and in an April 1 contest against Samford ... allowed just five earned runs over his final 12 innings of the season ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Appeared in 11 games with one start on the mound as a true freshman ... made his first collegiate appearance with 0.2 innings of relief Feb. 24 against Ball State ... earned his first career start March 30 at Tulane ... struck out 13 batters on the season in 17.1 innings of work ... pitched 3.0 innings out of the bullpen March 25 against Troy on the way to his first career save ... struck out a season-best four batters in a season-high 4.0 innings May 6 versus Jacksonville State ... pitched 1.1 scoreless innings March 2 against Brown ... also threw scoreless innings twice against Samford -- April 9 and April 23 ... managed his best outing of the season in his final appearance, holding Troy without a run on one hit in 3.0 innings May 13.
Played six seasons at Westbrook Christian for Mike Lamb and Matt Kennedy ... boasted a career ERA of 0.82 ... struck out a state record 21 of 22 batters in a seven inning game en route to pitching a no-hitter his senior season ... was featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" ... was a two-time all-state selection ... named to Baseball America's Top 200 list ... voted the ASWA 2A Pitcher of the Year his senior season ... was a perfect 10-0 his senior season with one save.
Trey Randall Vice ... born Nov. 6, 1988 ... married to Leanne Nicole Vice ... parents are Randy Vice and Belinda Jenkins ... has three siblings ... major is industrial distribution.