|High School:||North Medford HS|
|Previous College:||Eastern Arizona CC|
TITANS `06: Played in 64 of the Titans' 65 games, starting 60 games at third base to set a career high Hit a career-high .303 and hit seven home runs, good for second on the team Had a career-high 10-game hitting streak from Apr. 21 to May 10 when he went 17-for-42 (.405) in that span. He earned Big West's player of the Week on Mar. 27 and was named to the College Baseball Foundation's Honor Roll for a week that saw him go 8-for-17 (.471) with a pair of home runs while logging five RBI against Pepperdine and Long Beach State Posted 17 multi-hit performances including a four-hit game against Long Beach State on Mar. 26 and a career-high five-hit game on Apr. 2 vs. Cal State Northridge. He went 5-for-5 with a home run, a triple and tied a career-high with four RBI Made just five errors in 177 chances at the hot corner Finished the season with a six-game hit streak, going 8-for-25 (.320) combined in the Super Regionals and the College World Series Hit his first career postseason home run at the CWS, off North Carolina's Andrew Miller Was named an All-Big West Conference Honorable Mention.
TITANS `05: Played in 29 games for the Titans in 2005, primarily coming off the bench as the team's best pinch-hitter The third baseman got only seven starts, one of which was at third, with teammate Ronnie Prettyman getting the majority of the time Started at first base twice and the designated hitter spot four times, hitting .250 (12-for-48) Picked up a season-high two hits on two occasions, going 2-for-3 on Apr. 9 at Cal State Northridge and 2-for-3 on May 3 vs. San Diego State Picked up a career-high four RBI on Apr. 9 at CSUN Hit his first collegiate home run on Feb. 13 vs. Fresno State, a pinch-hit two-run blast in the 9-0 win Posted two short three-game hitting streaks from Feb. 6 to Feb 13 and from Apr. 5 to Apr. 10.
TITANS `04: Was granted a medical redshirt season after undergoing shoulder surgery.
EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE: Played one year for Coach Jim Bagnall as a shortstop and closer Earned many awards including all-conference, all-region, and Rawlings NJCAA Big Stick Award Named National Junior College Association All-American Led league and broke school record for batting average at .407 Also led league in hits and finished second in triples.
NORTH MEDFORD HS: Earned three letters for Coach Brett Wolfe in Medford, Oregon Hit .370 with four home runs as a senior and .322 with 13 doubles as a junior Also compiled a 9-2 record with a 0.99 ERA and two saves as a senior pitcher Held team captain position for both his junior and senior seasons Earned all-conference and all-state honors Awarded conference player of the year honors as a senior and elected to the State/Metro All-Star Series Also lettered once in soccer.
PERSONAL: Born on June 29, 1984, in Harbor City, Calif. Parents are Evan and Teresa McArthur Full name is Evan Burns McArthur Has three older sisters (Renee, Marianne and Shirlianne) Lists his father as the greatest influence in his life Majoring in business Was briefly a bat boy for the Titans in 1994 Enjoys playing cards in his spare time Would like to see Miami, LSU, and Arizona State added to the Titans' schedule Favorites include: Los Angeles Dodgers (team), Alex Rodriguez (player), Val Kilmer (actor), Jessica Alba (actress), Boondock Saints (movie) and pasta (food).