After redshirting his sophomore year, Bill proved to be a very consistent and durable force for the 2011 Rafters pitching staff. After joining the team mid-season, Bill appeared in 8 games (7 starts) and posted a 3-1 record and 4.10 ERA. Spanning 37.1 innings on the mound, Bill allowed only 32 hits while striking out 36 batters and only allowing 13 walks. In 17 games (1 start) for the Arizona Wildcats as a true freshman in 2010, Bill posted a 4.40 ERA in 14.1 innings on the mound. Opponents posted a miniscule .218 batting average against him, the lowest mark for any pitcher on the staff. He managed to strike out 14 batters in as many innings, while allowing only one extra base hit. Bill is a native of Danville, California and is currently enrolled in the College of Engineering at Arizona, with a major in aerospace engineering.