MLB First-Year Player Draft Gaviglio was a 40th round selection in the 2008 MLB First-Year Player Draft by Tampa Bay.
2010 (Sophomore) Named Pacific-10 Conference Pitcher of the Week May 31 ... Appeared in 15 games, starting 10 ... Went 3-4 with two saves and posted an ERA of 5.60 in 62 2/3 innings of work ... Was 3-3 with a 5.19 ERA in nine Pac-10 games, all starts ... Inherited four runners, stranding each ... Earned Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honors after striking out 13 in 7 2/3 innings in a win over Arizona (5/29) ... Didn't get a decision after scattering four hits and four runs in 5 2/3 innings against Arizona State (5/22) ... Threw 7 2/3 innings against Washington, allowing five hits and three runs but took the loss (5/16) ... Went 8 2/3 innings against Oregon in a quality start, but did not get the decision after allowing 10 hits and three unearned runs (5/9) ... Took the loss to fall to 2-2 after allowing six hits and eight runs at California (5/2) ... Improved to 2-1 and made his first quality start of the season in allowing just five hits and a run in 6 2/3 innings against Washington State (4/25) ... Took the loss after allowing eight hits and nine runs in 2 2/3 innings against Stanford (4/18) ... Scattered six hits and two runs over 4 2/3 innings against UCLA but did not get the decision (4/11) ... Started his first game of the season and struck out four while allowing two runs and four hits to get the win in 5 1/3 innings against USC (4/3) ... Earned his first save after striking out one against Maine (3/20) ... Got the save after throwing two scoreless innings against Portland (3/13) ... Threw 3.0 innings of relief against Tennessee, scattering three hits (2/27) ... Worked in relief in his first outing of the season, holding Hawaii hitless in an inning (2/21).
2009 (Freshman) Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American ... NCBWA Freshman All-America First Team ... Ping! Baseball Freshman All-America First Team ... Baseball America Freshman All-America Second Team ... All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention ... Went 10-1, setting an OSU record for most wins in a freshman season ... Posted an ERA of 2.73 in 18 appearances, six of which were starts ... Struck out 55 and walked just nine in 62 2/3 innings ... Won his last seven decisions ... Posted win No. 10 after going 5 2/3 innings against Texas A&M striking out six while scattering six hits and a run (5/29) ... Won his ninth game of the season after throwing a complete-game shutout against Stanford, striking out seven while allowing three hits (5/22) ... Started against Washington State and earned the win after going 7 2/3 innings, limiting WSU to four hits and two runs while striking out four (5/16) ... Picked up win No. 7 by going five full against Portland, posting seven strikeouts (5/5) ... Started his second career game and went five full innings for his sixth win of the season in OSU's victory over Oregon (4/28) ... Picked up his fifth win of the season after going four full innings in relief, striking out five while allowing five hits and three runs against BYU (4/13) ... arned victory No. 4 after allowing a run and a hit in two innings in the extra-innings win over California (4/5) ... Picked up victory No. 3 after going five innings in a start against Saint Mary's (3/22) ... Earned win No. 2 of his career against UC Riverside, pitching 4 2/3 innings in relief and allowing a run and four hits (3/7) ... Picked up his first career save after a full inning of work against San Francisco (3/5).
Ashland High School Lettered three seasons for head coach Don Senestrero ... Named the 5A Pitcher of the Year in Oregon his senior season ... Finished senior season with a 13-0 record and led Ashland to the 5A State Championship ... Had a 37-inning scoreless streak against snapped in the state playoffs his senior year ... Named the Southern Sky Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2008 ... Ended senior season with 108 strikeouts and an ERA of approximately 0.50 ... Selected in the 40th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by Tampa Bay ... Also lettered two seasons in football as a safety where he earned All-Conference honors as a senior and second-team honors as a junior.
Personal Major is forestry ... Born May 22, 1990 ... Son of Nancy and Jack Gaviglio ... Has one brother, Gus ... Enjoys hunting, fishing and water skiing ... Favorite athlete is Ryan Ortiz and favorite movie is Joe Dirt ... Biggest athletic thrill to date is winning the high school state championships at Ashland ... Chose Oregon State because it's close to home and his family has a history of attending OSU.