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GENERAL INFORMATION 2010 SACRAMENTO STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE Table of Contents 1 1 2 2 45

Hornet Quick Facts Media Information Roster/Breakdown Pronunciation Guide 2010 Schedule

Coaching Stafff 4 John Smith 6 Jim Barr 7 Reggie Christiansen 8 John Callahan Support Staff The Playersf 10 Tommy Elrod 12 Dan McCarthy 14 Justin Mezzaneras 16 Josh Powers 18 Jose Ramirez 20 Trevor York 22 Derrick Chung 24 Brent Hottman

26 28 30 32 34 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Miscellaneous 45 2010 Schedule 46 All-Time Series Records

Trevor Paine Brandon Sandoval Aaron Crouch Jesse Darrah Justin Lamb Andrew Ayers Kyle Baskett Trevor Bloom Stuart Burnett Robert Butler James Chamberlin Jake Chilton Brandon Creel Andrew Galvan Mike Guglielmo Jason Hampton Russell Havens Blake Miller Zach Morgan A.J. Nunez Dustin Stumpf Logan Todd Kirby Young

2009n Review 48 2009 Scoreboard 49 2009 Final Statistics 50 Conference Statistics 51 WAC Team Statistics 52 WAC Indiv. Leaders 53 Miscellaneous Stats

THEY COVER THE HORNETS

The 2010 Sacramento State baseball guide was written and designed by Media Relations Assistant Director J.D. Fox. Assistance in editing provided by MR Dir. Brian Berger and MR Asst. Dir. Ryan Bjork. Photographs not credited provided by Sam Parsons, Bob Solorio, the Western Athletic Conference, Stephen C. Smith, Matt Van Pelt (Tri-City Valleycats), Jeff Holtke (Mahoning Valley Scrappers), Mike Martin, Sacramento Metro Chamber, Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, and Sac State Sports Information files. Sacramento information courtesy of Chamber of Commerce sources.

Hornet Historyn 54 Hitting Records 56 Pitching Records 57 Yearly Awards/ All-Americans 58 Year-by-Year Pitching 59 Year-by-Year Hitting 60 Yearly Leaders 62 Yearly Summary/ Postseason Results 63 Hornets in the Pros 64 All-time Roster 65 Yearly Results The University 68 This is Sacramento State 70 The City of Sacramento 71 Athletic Excellence 72 Dr. Gonzalez/ Dr. Wanless 73 Academic Support 73 Athletic Training 74 Head Coaches/ Support Staff

Sacramento Bee Bill Bradley, Sports Editor John Schumacher, Beat Writer 2100 Q Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 441-4100 www.sacbee.com

State Hornet Dustin Nosler, Sports Editor Sacramento State Sacramento, CA 95819-6102 (916) 278-5567 www.statehornet.com

KCRA Channel 3 (NBC) Del Rodgers, Chris Riva 3 Television Circle Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 325-3765 or 3753 www.kcra.com

Associated Press (Sacramento) 925 L Street #320 Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 448-9555 FAX (916) 446-2756

Roseville Press Tribune Tim Menicutch, Sports Editor 188 Cirby Way Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 786-6500 www.rosevillept.com

KXTV Channel 10 (ABC) Bryan May, Ryan Yamamoto 400 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) 441-3373 www.news10.net

Associated Press (San Francisco) Greg Beacham, Sports 303 2nd Street, Suite 680 North San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 495-1708 FAX (415) 495-4967

Auburn Journal Todd Mordhorst Sports Editor 1030 High Street Auburn, CA 95604 (530) 885-5656 www.auburnjournal.com

KOVR Channel 13 (CBS) 2713 KOVR Drive W. Sacramento, CA 95605 (916) 374-1336 www.cbs13.com

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Sacramento State Quick Facts Name ...................................... Sacramento State Location ................................. Sacramento, Calif. Founded ....................................................... 1947 Enrollment .................................................29,326 Nickname ..................................................Hornets Colors ...........................................Green & Gold Affiliation ................................... NCAA Division I Conference ...............................Western Athletic President .................... Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Director of Athletics ..............Dr. Terry Wanless Faculty Athletic Rep. .................Dr. Steve Perez Athletics Phone ........................(916) 278-6481 Media Relations Dir: ..................... Brian Berger Assistant MRD .................................... Ryan Bjork Assistant MRD (BB Contact) ...................J.D. Fox Office Phone ...........................(916) 278-6896 E-mail..........................................jdfox@csus.edu Fax Number ............................(916) 278-5429 Fox’s Cell Phone .....................(209) 210-8858 Web site ........................ www.hornetsports.com Field (Capacity) .............. Hornet Field (1,267) Press Row Phone .....................(209) 210-8858 Head Coach ........................................John Smith Alma Mater, Year......... Sacramento State, ‘73 Record at SAC ..................... 861-880 (32 yrs.) Overall Record ........................................... Same Office Phones..............(916) 278-7225/5409 Assoc. Head Coach ....Reggie Christiansen (Menlo ‘98) Assistant Coach....................Jim Barr (USC ‘70) Office Phone ...........................(916) 278-4036 Volunteer Assistant ......................John Callahan Baseball Operations ......................... Jon Taylor 2009 Overall Record ...............................27-27 2009 WAC Record ............................. 8-14/7th Position Starters Returning/Lost .................. 4/6 Starting Pitching Returning/Lost ................. 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................. 13/14 Newcomers ....................................................... 19

KUVS Channel 19 (Univision) 1710 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 (916) 614-1974 www.univision.com

KRJY Radio (1240 AM) P.O. Box 1228 Sacramento, CA 95812 (916) 553-3000 www.rejoice1240.com

KTXL Channel 40 (FOX) Jim Crandell, Mark Demsky 4655 Fruitridge Road Sacramento, CA 95820 (916) 454-4548 www.fox40.com

Sports 1140 KHTK (1140 AM) Jason Ross, Sports Director 5244 Madison Ave. Sacramento, CA 95841 (916) 338-9200 www.khtk.com

Comcast SportsNet California 4450 E. Commerce Way Sacramento, CA 95834 (866) 804-3504 www.comcastsportsnet.com

KFBK Radio (1530 AM) Pat Walsh, Sports Director 1440 Ethan Way Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 924-3901 www.kfbk.com

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2010 HORNETS BASEBALL ROSTER Roster Breakdown • Numerical Roster • Alphabetical Roster • Pronunciation Guide

Pitchers No. 9 10 11 13 14 16 25 26 31 32 34 37 40 44

Name Russell Havens Zach Morgan Jose Ramirez Tommy Elrod Brandon Creel Trevor York Andrew Galvan Robert Butler Jason Hampton Logan Todd Jesse Darrah Mike Guglielmo James Chamberlin Brandon Sandoval

B/T R/R R/R L/L L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R R/R R/R

Ht. 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0

Wt. 185 165 180 195 160 170 165 165 225 210 190 180 200 215

Yr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Exp. Hometown/Previous School JC Imperial, Calif./Yavapai JC JC Grants Pass, Ore./Shasta JC 1V Sacramento, Calif./American River College 2V Modesto, Calif./Cal State Los Angeles HS Sacramento, Calif./Rosemont HS 3V San Bernardino, Calif./Arrowhead Christian Academy JC Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento City JC JC Sacramento, Calif./South Dakota State HS Rocklin, Calif./Rocklin HS JC Merced, Calif./Merced JC 1V Fowler, Calif./Fowler HS JC Lafayette, Calif./Diablo Valley JC JC San Leandro, Calif./College of San Mateo 2V Tulare, Calif./Tulare Western HS

B/T R/R R/R

Ht. 5-11 5-11

Wt. 200 185

Yr. So. Jr.

Exp. 1V 2V

Hometown/Previous School Yuba City, Calif./Yuba City HS El Dorado Hills, Calif./Oak Ridge HS

Name B/T David Del Grande* R/R Josh Powers R/R Derrick Chung R/R Blake Miller R/R Andrew Ayers R/R Trevor Paine R/R Kirby Young L/R Dustin Stumpf R/R Stuart Burnett R/R

Ht. 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-5

Wt. 165 190 170 195 185 185 185 210 235

Yr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Exp. HS 1V 2V HS HS 2V JC JC JC

Hometown/Previous School Eureka, Calif./St. Bernards HS Elk Grove, Calif./Cosumnes River JC Cypress, Calif./Artesia HS Salem, Ore./South Salem HS Eureka, Calif./St. Bernards HS Rocklin, Calif./Jesuit HS Kirkland, Wash./Edmonds JC Salinas, Calif./Hartnell JC Stockton, Calif./San Joaquin Delta JC

Ht. 6-0 5-7 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-1

Wt. 190 170 190 180 180 200 175

Yr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Exp. JC JC JC 1V 1V 1V JC

Hometown/Previous School Auburn, Calif./Cosumnes River JC Poway, Calif./Yavapai JC Palmdale, Calif./College of the Canyons Yuba City, Calif./Yuba City HS Millbrae, Calif./Skyline JC Rocklin, Calif./Sierra JC Des Moines, Wash./Green River JC

Catchers No. 8 15

Name Justin Lamb Brent Hottman

Infielders No. 3 5 6 7 18 28 30 36 38

Outfielders No. 1 2 4 12 21 24 27

Name A.J. Nunez Jake Chilton Trevor Bloom Aaron Crouch Dan McCarthy Justin Mezzaneras Kyle Baskett

B/T R/R L/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/L

*Redshirting the 2010 season

Coaches 22 19 33 29

John Smith Reggie Christiansen Jim Barr John Callahan Jon Taylor

Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant Director of Baseball Operations

32nd Season Second Season 16th Season Sixth Season First Season

Hornet Roster Pronunciations Andrew Ayers – A-yurs Jake Chilton – CHILL-tun Jesse Darrah -- DARR-uh

Mike Guglielmo – Goog-lee-EL-mo Justin Mezzaneras – Mezz-in-AIR-us Dustin Stumpf – Stumph

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Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 21 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 34 36 37 38 40 44

Player A.J. Nunez Jake Chilton David Del Grande Trevor Bloom Josh Powers Derrick Chung Blake Miller Justin Lamb Russell Havens Zach Morgan Jose Ramirez Aaron Crouch Tommy Elrod Brandon Creel Brent Hottman Trevor York Andrew Ayers Dan McCarthy Justin Mezzaneras Andrew Galvan Robert Butler Kyle Baskett Trevor Paine Kirby Young Jason Hampton Logan Todd Jesse Darrah Dustin Stumpf Mike Guglielmo Stuart Burnett James Chamberlin Brandon Sandoval

Alphabetical Roster No.

Player

18 27 4 38 26 40 2 6 14 12 34 3 13 25 37 31 9 15 8 21 24 7 10 1 28 5 11 44 36 32 16 30

Andrew Ayers Kyle Baskett Trevor Bloom Stuart Burnett Robert Butler James Chamberlin Jake Chilton Derrick Chung Brandon Creel Aaron Crouch Jesse Darrah David Del Grande Tommy Elrod Andrew Galvan Mike Guglielmo Jason Hampton Russell Havens Brent Hottman Justin Lamb Dan McCarthy Justin Mezzaneras Blake Miller Zach Morgan A.J. Nunez Trevor Paine Josh Powers Jose Ramirez Brandon Sandoval Dustin Stumpf Logan Todd Trevor York Kirby Young

Pos. OF OF INF OF INF INF INF C/INF RHP RHP LHP OF LHP RHP C RHP INF OF OF RHP RHP OF INF INF RHP LHP RHP INF RHP INF RHP RHP

Pos. INF OF OF INF RHP RHP OF INF RHP OF RHP INF LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP C C/INF OF OF INF RHP OF INF INF LHP RHP INF LHP RHP INF

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HEAD COACH

JOHN SMITH

22 HEAD COACH 32nd Season 861-880 Sacramento State, ‘73 SMITH FILE Name: John Smith Age: 63 (9-30-46) Place of Birth: Hood River, Ore. Marital Status: Married (Terry) Children: Heather (25), Bobby (22) High School: Narbonne HS Torrance, Calif. (1965) Bachelor’s Degree: Sacramento State, ‘73 Social Science Master’s Degree: Sacramento State (1981) Physical Education

One of the West Coast’s longest tenured coaches, Sacramento State graduate John Smith enters his 32nd and final season as the head coach of his alma mater. On October 2, 2009, Smith announced that the upcoming 2010 season would be his final year as the club’s skipper. “I’ve always felt like, in coaching, I knew their would be a moment when it would feel right to retire,” Smith said in a press release. “At this stage in the program, we have a team full of hungry, hardworking student-athletes, which is something I always strived for. I feel I can walk away now knowing that the program is going in the right direction.” The announcement came following a 2009 season that saw center fielder Tim Wheeler became the first player in program history to be drafted in the first round of the MLB Draft when the Colorado Rockies made him the 32nd overall selection. In 2008, the Hornets made the Western Athletic Conference postseason tournament for the third straight season, and produced five all-conference performers. Additionally, seniors Ryan Blair (21st round) and David Flores (18th round), along with junior Gabe Jacobo (10th round), were selected in the MLB Draft. The WAC, a seven-team conference, is comprised of Fresno State, Hawai’i, Louisiana Tech, Nevada, San Jose State and New Mexico State. The conference will hold a six-team postseason tournament from May 21-24, hosted by Hawai’i, to determine the conference champion and the automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. The WAC is not new to the Hornets, who played in the conference from 1993-96. The team was also an affiliate member of the Big West from 1997-2002. In recent years, Smith has tallied victories over opponents ranked in the top 25 in the nation. Just two seasons ago, the Hornets took down then No. 12 California, 12-6, and No. 17 Stanford, 5-3. Sacramento State also posted a pair of victories over eventual College World Series champion Fresno State to end the regular season. Prior to their latest stint in the WAC, the Hornets competed without a conference affiliation, but had nine different players earn all-Independent Team honors during that three-year span. Seven of those players were eventually drafted. Sacramento State currently plays in newly renovated Hornet Field, which in 2003, was equipped with new dugouts and permanent seating for over 1,200, including chairback seats. A 2008 addition was a large banner over the left field wall that features action photos of current and former players, with the phrase “Home of Hornet Baseball” enscribed. Under Smith, Sacramento State battled for a spot in the NCAA Tournament down to the final weeks of the 1991,

1992, 1993 and 1998 seasons. The Hornets, who narrowly missed out to Cal State Northridge on the final weekend of the 1991 season, were also a factor in the Western Athletic Conference race in the latter stages of the 1992 and ’93 seasons. In 1998, Sacramento State again nearly found a spot in the postseason, losing to Long Beach State in the championship game of the Big West Tournament. Since taking over the program in November of 1978, Smith has produced 16 winning seasons, including 11 years with at least 30 wins and four years with at least 40 wins. In his 31 seasons as a head coach, he has posted 861 victories. The 861 wins are the most wins by a head coach in Sacramento State athletics history. A strong recruiter, baseball tactician and program administrator, Smith took the 1988 Hornets to the finals of the NCAA Division II World Series. He has led the Hornets to NCAA postseason appearances four times during his tenure, winning two regional crowns and two trips to the NCAA Div. II Championships. Smith was named the American Baseball Coaches Association/NCAA Western Regional Coach of the Year twice, in 1986 and in 1988. The Hornets are coming off several successful seasons in the MLB Amateur draft, including the three player class in 2008. In 2007, pitcher Mitch Lively was selected in the 16th round of the draft by the Colorado Rockies, following an eight save campaign.

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HEAD COACH Prior to that, Hornet pitchers Ethan Katz and Warren Rosebrock were selected in the 2005 draft. Katz, who was the Hornets’ No. 1 starter in 2004 and 2005, was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 26th round. Rosebrock, who played for the Hornets from 2002-05, was selected by the Texas Rangers in the 41st round. Three Hornets from the 2004 season were also selected; Jack Arroyo was drafted in the 18th round by the Seattle Mariners, Craig Johnson was selected in the 19th round by the San Diego Padres and John Acha was selected in the 25th round by the San Francisco Giants. The 2003 season proved to be the program’s best representation in the draft as three Hornets were selected in the top 15 rounds. Chris Kinsey joined Erik Bennett as the highest draft selection in program history (prior to Wheeler) after being taken in the fourth round by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Jesse Schmidt was selected in the 10th round by the San Francisco Giants and Mikela Olsen went in the 15th round to the Florida Marlins. The trio became the highest selections in one year and were the most players picked in one season since 1993. Prior to the draft, Steve Correa signed a free-agent contract with the New York Mets. Several other Smith-coached players have recently gone on to play professional baseball. Bret LeVier signed as a rookie free agent with Boston Red Sox in June 2004 and Casey Fuller signed with the Colorado Rockies in June of 2003. Jeff Groeger inked with the Cincinnati Reds in August of 2002. Chad Elliott and Casey Martinez were drafted in the 2000 Amateur Draft, and Jesse Krebs and Jimmy McFarland each signed free agent contracts that same year. Along with coaching, Smith served as a Division II West Regional Chairman for the All-American selection from 1986-88. As a chairman, he was responsible for gathering information on potential student-athletes and was active in the final selections to the All-America team. Among his other honors, Smith was selected to coach a team of collegiate all-stars that toured Czechoslovakia on a 10-week goodwill tour in the summer of 1992. Smith took over the Sacramento State program in the winter of 1978. After the Hornets produced a 1931 record in his first season, the team posted winning records in 14-consecutive seasons and won a league title. During that stretch, Sacramento State averaged 34.5 victories per year, including a program-best 43 wins during the 1988 season. In Smith’s early years, the Hornets finished second once and third twice in the Far West Conference. Sacramento State was also second in the Northern California Athletic Conference and won the NCAC title in 1985. Sacramento State won the NCAA Division II Regionals in 1986 and 1988, advancing to the College World Series both years. In 1986, the Hornets finished third at the College World Series, and in 1988, Sacramento State lost to Florida Southern, 5-4, in 12 innings, in the final game to finish as the national runner-up. Besides his NCAA West Regional Coach of the Year honors, Smith has been named Sacramento State Coach of the Year twice, in 1981 and 1986, and Sacramento Hall of Fame Coach of the Year four times. A native of Redding, Calif., Smith spent three years in the U.S. Army Special Forces as a Green Beret after junior college (College of the Siskiyous). He spent the 1970 season as an assistant at College of the Siskiyous in Weed, Calif., followed by two years playing for Cal Boyes at Sacramento State in 1971 and 1972. He served as a graduate assistant for Boyes’ 1973 team and graduated from Sacramento State that spring. He spent the next five years as head baseball coach at Encina High School, where he led EHS to a Central Valley Conference title. Smith also took the role of Associate Athletics Director at Sacramento State from February of 1999 until June of 2002. In his position, he was responsible for overseeing the football program while assisting with scheduling and the day-to-day operations of the athletics department. John and his wife, Terry, who is the principal at O.W. Erlewine Elementary School, have two children, Heather (24) and Bobby (21). Heather graduated in the spring of 2007 from Sacramento State, while Bobby graduated from the College of the Siskiyous Fire Academy and works as a firefighter for the U.S. Forestry Service.

COACHING/PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND Head Coach ......................................................................................Sacramento State (1979-present) Associate Athletics Director ............................................................... Sacramento State (1999-2002) Head Coach ........................................................................................Encina High School (1974-1978) Graduate Assistant .........................................................................................Sacramento State (1973) Player ......................................................................................................... Sacramento State (1971-72) Assistant Coach ...........................................................................................College of Siskiyous (1970)

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COACH JOHN SMITH’S CAREER RECORD Year School Record 1979 ........... Sacramento State................19-31 1980 ........... Sacramento State................28-22 1981 ........... Sacramento State................32-18 1982 ........... Sacramento State................27-21 1983 ........... Sacramento State................22-18 1984 ........... Sacramento State................29-21 1985 ........... Sacramento State................41-26 1986 ........... Sacramento State................42-24 1987 ........... Sacramento State................38-22 1988 ........... Sacramento State................43-21 1989 ........... Sacramento State................35-18 1990 ........... Sacramento State................34-25 1991 ........... Sacramento State................41-23 1992 ........... Sacramento State................32-25 1993 ........... Sacramento State................36-22 1994 ........... Sacramento State................27-29 1995 ........... Sacramento State................28-26 1996 ........... Sacramento State................12-43 1997 ........... Sacramento State................16-39 1998 ........... Sacramento State................25-35 1999 ........... Sacramento State................18-39 2000 ........... Sacramento State................23-33 2001 ........... Sacramento State................24-35 2002 ........... Sacramento State................22-34 2003 ........... Sacramento State................33-24 2004 ........... Sacramento State................29-32 2005 ........... Sacramento State................20-36 2006 ........... Sacramento State................20-37 2007 ........... Sacramento State................17-40 2008 ........... Sacramento State................24-34 2009 ........... Sacramento State................27-27 Career Totals ...................................861-880

Coaching Honors: 1981 ...... Sacramento State Coach of the Year 1986 .......ABCA/NCAA West Regional Coach of the Year 1986 ...... Sacramento State Coach of the Year 1988 ...... ABCA/NCAA West Regional Coach of the Year ...................Sac Hall of Fame Coach of the Year (4 times)

Postseason Finishes: Year Place Level 1985 ......1st ........ Nor Cal Athletic Conference .................2nd .................NCAA West Regionals 1986 ......1st ...................NCAA West Regionals .................3nd ....... Div. II College World Series 1988 ......1st ...................NCAA West Regionals .................2nd ....... Div. II College World Series 1989 ......4th...................NCAA West Regionals

Milestone Victories: 100 - vs. Chico State, 5-2 (1982) 200 - at UC Davis, 11-5 (1986) 300 - at Pacific, 8-7 (1988) 400 - vs. Samford, 9-2 (1991) 500 - vs. Wyoming, 21-7 (1994) 600 - vs. UCSB, 7-6 (1998) 700 - vs. Saint Mary’s, 5-3 (2003) 800 - at New Mexico State, 7-3 (2007)

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ASSISTANT COACHES

REGGIE CHRISTIANSEN Reggie Christiansen begins his second season on the Sacramento State coaching staff, and first as the team’s associate head coach. He will take over as the head coach of the program in 2011, following the retirement of head coach John Smith. “I’m excited and very supportive of Dr. Wanless’ decision to announce coach Christiansen as the program’s next head coach,” Smith said. “In a short period of time at Sacramento State, Reggie has demonstrated the work ethic, knowledge, and ability to teach the game the way it should be taught. He is a man of integrity with a high sense of morals, and I feel comfortable knowing that the program will continue on the right path.” As the team’s hitting instructor, Christensen led the Hornets to their fourth highest batting average in school history, as the team hit .318 in 2009. Under Christensen’s watchful eye, Blake Crosby, a career .265 hitter in his previous two seasons at Sacramento State, hit .397 during his senior season. Crosby was one of four Hornets to hit above .350 for the season Before coming to Sacramento State, Christiansen spent the previous four seasons (2005-08) as the head baseball coach at South Dakota ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH State. He serves as the team’s hitting instructor, recruiting coordinator Second Season and third base coach. Christiansen was given the task of building a Division I baseball Hitting Instructor program during his four seasons with the Jackrabbits, taking over Recruiting Coordinator at the beginning of their reclassification period. Christiansen Menlo College, ‘98 posted a 96-113 record at South Dakota State, turning a 12-win team in Division II a year previous to his hire in 2004 CHRISTIANSEN FILE into a team that won the Division I Independent Tournament Name: in 2007, collecting a 34-19 record. During that season, the Reggie Christiansen Jacks notched wins in 11 states, ranging from California Age: to Kentucky and Utah to North Dakota. The 2007 Jackrabbits team reshaped the SDSU re34 (8-28-75) cord books under Christiansen. The squad set records Place of Birth: for runs scored (395), hits (573), doubles (99), Fortuna, Calif. total bases (891), runs batted in (357), and at Marital Status: bats (1,824). In addition, the 2007 team fielded Married (Amber) .962, just one percentage point off the school mark. Christiansen earned Division I IndepenChildren: dent Coach of the Year honors following that Ryan Ripken (6) season. Reese Robinson (4) SDSU earned notoriety under Christiansen High School: for playing Kansas in a three-game series in the Ferndale HS, ‘93 Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minn., in the middle Bachelor’s Degree: of the night. Due to inclement weather both Menlo College, ‘98 places, the teams finally found a safe haven under the dome, but there were already Business Administration games scheduled all day. The teams had to Master’s Degree: play a 1:30 a.m. doubleheader one day, Kansas, ‘04 followed by a 3:30 a.m. game the next. Health, Sport and Prior to his arrival at South Dakota Exercise Science State, Christiansen was an assistant at the University of Kansas under Ritch Price for two seasons. During his time with the Jayhawks, he served as first base coach and worked as a hitting instructor, while also overseeing the outfielders. Under his tutelage, Kansas broke several school records and was honored by the Big 12 Conference. In 2004, Jayhawk hitters led the Big 12 with a .316 team batting average, the fourth highest in the program’s history, while setting a school record with 697 hits. Kansas also shattered the school home run record during the Christiansen era. He spent the 2002 season as the head coach of his alma mater, Menlo College, in Atherton, Calif, where he had previously spent time as an assistant coach from 1997-99. He spent the 2001 season as the head coach in his hometown at Ferndale High School, and also spent time with three summer teams as an assistant coach, working with the San Mateo Bulldogs, the Humboldt Crabs and the Topeka Capitals. Seven different players he has coached during his short career have been drafted, including one, Travis Metcalf, that has seen action in the Majors. Metcalf, has played in 80 games with the Texas Rangers during the past two seasons. Jake Rogers, was selected in the 22nd round of the 2007 firstyear player draft by the Washington Nationals, while Craig Parry was selected in the 50th round of the 2008 draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Christiansen graduated from Menlo in 1998 with a degree in business administration, and received his master’s degree from Kansas in 2004 in health, sport and exercise science. A native of Ferndale, Calif., Christiansen and his wife Amber have two young sons, Ryan (6) and Reese (4).

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ASSISTANT COACHES

JIM BARR A 12-year standout in the major leagues, Jim Barr returns for his 16th season as the Hornets’ pitching coach. He is the most experienced baseball pitcher to ever coach in the Hornet program. The 2009 season saw Hornet freshman righthander Jesse Darrah become the first Hornet to earn Freshman All-America honors after posting a 9-2 record on the mound. Under Barr’s watchful eye, Darrah is a preseason all-Western Athletic Conference selection in 2010. In 2007, Hornet junior right-hander Mitch Lively was selected in the 16th round of the MLB Amateur draft by the Colorado Rockies after totaling eight saves that season. In 2005, seniors Ethan Katz and Warren Rosebrock were selected in the draft. Katz, who was the Hornets’ ace in 2004 and 2005, recorded three wins over top 25 opponents. Rosebrock, who pitched for Sacramento State from 200205, was selected in the 41st round by the Texas Rangers. ASSISTANT COACH In 2004, the pitching staff recorded 397 strikeouts, a mark that ranks fifth in program history. During the 2003 16th Season season, the Hornet pitching staff recorded its lowest team Pitchers ERA (5.28) since the 1995 squad posted an ERA of 4.54. USC, ‘70 Sacramento State also issued the fifth-lowest amount of walks in program history (168). BARR FILE Two of his pitchers, Chris Kinsey (4th round - MLB Draft) and Steve Correa (free agent) signed major league conName: tracts at the end of the 2003 season. Jim Barr A starter for most of his 454-game career (1971-83), Age: Barr finished his career with the San Francisco Giants in 62 (2-10-48) 1983. He was drafted six separate times before ultimately signing with the Giants in 1970. After only five months in the Place of Birth: minors, Barr made the move to the majors. Lynwood, Calif. He spent the first seven years of his big-league career in Marital Status: the National League with the Giants, followed by two years Married (Susie) in the American League with the California Angels, one year at AAA Edmonton, and a final comeback with the Giants in Children: 1983. Emmy (34), Betsy (28) Barr’s accomplishments in the majors include a streak of High School: 41 retired batters in a row over two games in 1972, a major league record until 2009 when it was broken by ChiLynwood HS, ‘66 cago White Sox starter Mark Buehrle. The sreak, which was Bachelor’s Degree: previously tied by another White Sox player, Bobby Jenks USC, ‘70 in 2007, put Barr and the Hornet program in the spotlight. Business Administration The 41 batter streak posted by Barr now ranks as the National League record. In his big league career, Barr ranked in the top 10 in earned run average among National League pitchers for two seasons. His career statistics include a record of 101-112, a 3.56 ERA and only 469 walks in 2,065.1 innings pitched. He ranks high in the Giants’ record book in many different categories. Barr is third in career shutouts with 20, fourth in complete games with 59 and wins with 90. In 1999, Barr was named by The Sacramento Bee as the Giants’ best right-handed pitcher of the 1970s. He was also on-hand with numerous former Giants to throw out the final pitch at Candlestick Park at the end of the 1999 season. As a collegiate standout, Barr helped lead the University of Southern California to a pair of NCAA championships (1968, 1970). He graduated Year Team ERA 1971 SFG 3.57 from USC in 1970 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. SFG 2.87 Jim and his wife, Susie, have two children, Emmy (34) and Betsy (28). 1972 1973 SFG 3.81 Both of his daughters had successful athletic careers as well. Emmy played 1974 SFG 2.74 SFG 3.06 soccer collegiately at Santa Clara and played three seasons with the 1975 SFG 2.89 Washington Freedom of the WUSA. She was the head women’s soccer 1976 1977 SFG 4.76 coach at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif before stepping down prior to the 1978 SFG 3.53 2009 season. Betsy played soccer at the University of Portland and was a 1979 CAL 4.20 1980 CAL 5.56 member of the WUSA after being drafted by the San Jose CyberRays in 1982 SFG 3.29 2003. 1983 SFG 3.98

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Totals 3.56

G/GS 17/0 44/18 41/33 44/27 35/33 37/37 38/38 32/25 36/25 24/7 53/9 53/0 454/252

W-L SV SHO CG IP 1-1 0 0 0 35.3 8-10 2 2 8 179.0 11-17 2 3 8 231.3 13-9 2 5 11 239.7 13-14 0 2 12 244.0 15-12 0 3 8 252.3 12-16 0 2 6 234.3 8-11 1 2 5 163.0 10-12 0 0 5 197.0 1-4 1 0 0 68.0 4-3 2 1 1 128.7 5-3 2 0 0 92.7 101-112 12 20 64 2065.1

R 15 66 105 81 94 104 130 69 100 43 54 47 908

ER H K 14 33 16 57 166 86 98 240 88 73 223 84 83 244 77 81 260 75 124 286 97 64 180 44 92 217 69 42 90 22 47 125 36 41 106 47 816 2170 741

BB 5 41 49 47 58 60 56 35 55 23 20 20 469

ASSISTANT COACHES

JOHN CALLAHAN

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Name: John Callahan Marital Status: Married (Toni) Children: John IV (39), Jeff (38) Blair (34), Buffy (32) High School: Monrovia HS, ‘70

John Callahan begins his sixth year with the Sacramento State coaching staff. Callahan has split time as the team’s director of baseball operations, as well as the program’s volunteer assistant over the past five years. He also serves as the Hornets first base coach, and works with the team’s catchers and hitters. Callahan joined the Sacramento State baseball program coaching staff after 18 successful seasons at Elk Grove High School. Starting in 1986, Callahan served as the head coach of the Thundering Herd’s freshman baseball team. During his tenure, Callahan coached his team to a 56-game winning streak that spanned over three seasons. His teams also came away with undefeated seasons in 2000 and 2001. At Elk Grove, Callahan worked under the leadership of Gary Dreher, Jeff Carlson and former Sacramento State assistant Rusty McLain. In 1970, Callahan graduated from Monrovia HS in Monrovia, Calif., before relocating to Sacramento in 1975. Callahan currently is a dispatcher at SMUD, where he has been employed for 35 years. He lives in Elk Grove with his wife Toni. They have four children, John IV (39), Jeff (38), Blair (34), and Buffy (32), and two grand children Ryan (14) and Braden (2)

Nat Bailey

Equipment Manager

Tracy Ralls Public Address

J.D. Fox

Media Relations Contact

Danny Reali

Scoreboard Operator

Joe Gengler

Facilities Assistant

Joshua Severin Athletic Trainer

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Steve Iwasa

Equipment Manager

T’Ante Sims Ticket Manager

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Jon Taylor

Director of Baseball Ops

Steve Tebbs

Director of Facilities

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ELROD #13 TOMMY ELROD 6-0 • 195 • SENIOR • LHP • THIRD SEASON MODESTO, CALIF. • CAL STATE LOS ANGELES AS A JUNIOR (2009) Started 10 games and made six appearances out of the Hornet bullpen...posted a 4-4 record with a 6.93 ERA...posted his first complete game as a Hornet at UC Davis on March 15...allowed one run on six hits, striking out four without surrendering a walk...pitched 8.1 innings against Utah Valley on April 11, allowing one run on 10 hits...struck out career-high eight batters in the contest...threw 62.1 innings, good for third on the team.. AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Made 21 appearances including two starts during his first season in the Green and Gold...posted a 1-2 record with a 5.06 ERA...also recorded one save...was one of five pitchers to combine for a shutout in the Hornets’ 4-0 victory over eventual College World Series champion Fresno State on May 17...collected first career victory against New Mexico State in the WAC Tournament, allowing one run and no hits in 3.1 innings pitched...collected a three-inning save in the Hornets’ 13-7 victory over Louisiana Tech on April 5. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Pitched one year at Cal State Los Angeles for coach Pat Shine...led Cal State L.A. to the Division II Championship Finals in Montgomery, Ala...earned NCAA West Regional All-Tournament honors after throwing a three-hit shutout in game one of the regional final against Mesa State, while striking out nine...made 14 appearances, including six starts...posted a 4-0 record with a 4.46 ERA...struck out 37 batters in 38.1 innings pitched. HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Modesto Christian High School in Modesto, Calif...four year letterwinner in baseball for coach Kelly Wheelock...was also a standout wide receiver and defensive back on the football team, leading the Crusaders to the 2005 Southern Athletic League championship...led team in interceptions. PERSONAL Born May 27, 1988...parents are Tom and Jodie Elrod...majoring in civil engineering.

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

ERA 5.06 6.93 6.30

W 1 4 5

CAREER STATS

L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 2 21 2 0 0 1 1 32.0 43 22 4 16 10 1 0 0 0 62.1 82 55 6 37 12 1 0 1 1 94.1 125 77

ER 18 48 66

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BB 22 29 51

SO 2B 16 7 45 10 61 17

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 9.0, at UC Davis 3/15/09 Strikeouts 8, vs. Utah Valley 4/11/09 Fewest Runs Allowed (In a Start) 1, Two Times (Last vs. Utah Valley, 8.1 IP 4/11/09) Fewest Hits Allowed (In a Start) 3, vs. Saint Mary’s (5 innings) 3/10/09 Putouts 1, Two Times (Last at Nevada 5/8/09) Assists 4, at UC Davis 3/15/09

3B 0 0 0

HR BF B/Avg 3 161 .326 12 302 .319 15 463 .321

WP HBP SFA SHA BK 7 5 0 2 2 6 7 3 6 4 13 12 3 8 6

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McCARTHY #21 DAN McCARTHY 6-2 • 180 • SENIOR • OF • SECOND SEASON MILLBRAE, CALIF. • SKYLINE JC AS A JUNIOR Appeared in 25 games, making 23 starts in right field before suffering season-ending injury...broke his foot in game two of a doubleheader with Utah Valley on April 10...hit .173 with two doubles and three RBI...stole three bases on the season. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Skyline College in San Bruno, Calif...hit .319 with three home runs and 23 RBI during his sophomore campaign...had nine doubles and two triples...9-of-10 on stolen base chances...collected four outfield assists...earned second team all-Coast North honors in 2007 after hitting .362 with two home runs and 34 RBI...was 7-of-8 on stolen base chances as a freshman.

CAREER HIGHS At Bats 5, Three Times (Last at San Francisco 3/17/09)

HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep in San Francisco, Calif...played center field for coach Brian Morgan and the Fightin’ Irish. Runs 2, Two Times (Last at Oregon 3/24/09) PERSONAL Born May 10, 1988...parents are Dennis and Nancy McCarthy...majoring in communication studies. Hits 2, at Saint Mary’s 3/7/09 RBI 2, vs. Saint Mary’s 3/10/09

Doubles 1, Two Times (Last at Saint Mary’s 3/7/09) Stolen Bases 1, Three Times (Last vs. Menlo 3/29/09) Hit Streak Five Games 3/5-3/10/09

Year Avg 2009 .173 TOTAL .173

GP GS AB R H 25 23 81 11 14 25 23 81 11 14

2B 2 2

3B 0 0

CAREER STATS

HR RBI 0 3 0 3

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 16 .198 8 2 25 0 .264 0 1 3 4 16 .198 8 2 25 0 .264 0 1 3 4

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PO 48 48

A 0 0

E FLD% 1 .980 1 .980

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MEZZANERAS #24 JUSTIN MEZZANERAS 6-2 • 200 • SENIOR • OF • SECOND SEASON ROCKLIN, CALIF. • SIERRA JC AS A JUNIOR (2009) Appeared in 39 games, making 14 starts during his junior campaign...made four starts in left field and 10 in right field...hit .211 with two home runs and seven RBI...hit both home runs in back-to-back games at Nevada on May 8 and 9...went 2-for-3 with three RBI in 8-7 victory over Louisiana Tech on April 24...preserved the game for the Hornets with two outs in the top of the ninth by climbing over the fence to rob a potential game-tying home run. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Sierra JC in Rocklin, Calif...member of the Wolverines’ 2008 state championship team...hit .216 with four home runs and 16 RBI...collected multi-home run games against Marin and Sac City...as a freshman, he hit .270 with 12 doubles and two triples...posted a slugging percentage of .473. HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Rocklin HS in Rocklin, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for coach Roc Murray and the Thunder...earned honorable mention all-Sierra Foothill League honors as a senior after hitting .287.

CAREER HIGHS At Bats 5, Two Times (Last at Nevada 5/8/09) Runs 3, at Nevada 5/8/09 Hits 3, at Nevada 5/8/09

PERSONAL Born January 26, 1987...parents are Frank and Raelene Mezzaneras...majoring in communication RBI studies with an emphasis in organizational communication. 3, vs. Louisiana Tech 4/24/09 Doubles 2, at Nevada 5/8/09 Home Runs 1, Two Times (Last at Nevada 5/8/09) Stolen Bases 1, vs. Louisiana Tech 4/24/09 Hit Streak Three Games 5/8-5/9/09

Year Avg 2009 .211 TOTAL .211

GP GS AB R H 39 14 57 12 12 39 14 57 12 12

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

CAREER STATS

HR RBI 2 7 2 7

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 21 .368 2 4 27 0 .281 1 2 1 1 21 .368 2 4 27 0 .281 1 2 1 1

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PO 41 41

A 0 0

E FLD% 2 .953 2 .953

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POWERS #5 JOSH POWERS 6-3 • 190 • SENIOR • INF • SECOND SEASON ELK GROVE, CALIF. • COSUMNES RIVER JC AS A JUNIOR (2009) One of four players to start all 54 games for the Hornets...hit .358 with three homers and 44 RBI... made starts at four different positions...started 48 games at third base, three at shortstop, two at catcher and one at second base...finished sixth in the NCAA in doubles with 26, which marked the second most in single-season school history...led the team with seven sacrifice flies, which ranked 28th in the nation...posted a .524 slugging percentage and a .409 on base percentage...stole 11 bases, ranking third on the team...grounded into a double play just once in 212 at bats...academic all-WAC honoree. CAREER HIGHS PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one season at Cosumnes River JC in Elk Grove, Calif...hit .236 with three home runs and 27 RBI...produced 10 doubles and a triple...stole seven bases on 10 attempts...collected four sacrifices...played freshman season at the University of the Pacific...made 37 appearances, including 24 starts at shortstop...batted .215 with three doubles and six RBI.

At Bats 6, vs. San Jose State 5/3/09 Runs 4, at New Mexico State 4/4/09

HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Elk Grove HS in Elk Grove, Calif...was a three-year varsity letterwinner for Hits coach Jeff Carlson and the Thundering Herd...earned first team all-Delta League honors as a senior 4, vs. San Jose State after winning the league’s batting title with a .398 average...led team to the 2006 Sac-Joaquin 5/3/09 Section Title. RBI 6, vs. Fresno State PERSONAL 5/16/09 Born August 11, 1988...parents are Norm and Carrie Powers...majoring in communication studies Doubles with an emphasis in organizational communication. 2, Five Times (last vs. La. Tech 4/26/09) Home Runs 1, Three Times (Last at Nevada 5/8/09) Stolen Bases 2, vs. Menlo 3/28/09 Hit Streak 12 Games 4/18-5/9/09

Year Avg 2009 .358 TOTAL .358

GP GS AB R H 54 54 212 41 76 54 54 212 41 76

2B 26 26

3B 0 0

CAREER STATS

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 3 44 111 .524 9 14 41 1 .409 7 3 11 13 3 44 111 .524 9 14 41 1 .409 7 3 11 13

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PO A E FLD% 54 100 21 .880 54 100 21 .880

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RAMIREZ #11 JOSE RAMIREZ 6-0 • 180 • SENIOR • LHP • THIRD SEASON SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • AMERICAN RIVER JC 2009 Suffered a season-ending injury in the team’s first game of the year at Arizona after being hit by a line drive in the arm...was granted a medical redshirt. AS A JUNIOR (2008) Made 14 appearances and 13 starts during his first season in the Green and Gold...posted a 4-6 record with a 5.27 ERA in 70.0 innings pitched...posted a team-high 54 strikeouts...earned WAC Pitcher of the Week honors after throwing six innings of scoreless baseball in the Hornets’ 16-2 victory over Brigham Young in the opening game of the River City Classic...followed that up with a 2-1 CAREER HIGHS victory over San Jose State in his next start where he allowed one run and four hits in 8.2 innings with Innings Pitched six strikeouts...recorded a career-high eight k’s against New Mexico State on April 25. 8.2, at San Jose State 3/14/08 PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at American River College in Sacramento...made 14 appearances, including Strikeouts nine starts in 2007...struck out 58 batters in 54.2 innings pitched...was a second team all-Big 7 se- 8, vs. New Mexico State lection in 2006 for the Beavers...posted a 4-5 record with a 3.12 ERA...struck out 67 batters in 69 4/25/08 innings, while giving up just 60 hits...made 13 appearances, including 12 starts. Fewest Runs Allowed (In a Start) HIGH SCHOOL 1, at San Jose State A 2005 graduate of El Camino HS in Sacramento...was a three-time all-Capital Athletic League 3/14/08 selection, including first team honors his junior and senior seasons...posted a 1.69 ERA in 2005, strik- (8.2 innings) ing out 69 batters in 54 innings pitched...allowed just six extra base hits...had a shutout during his Fewest Hits Allowed senior campaign...prepped with Hornet teammate Tim Wheeler. (In a Start) 4, at San Jose State PERSONAL 3/14/08 Born Aug. 22, 1987...parents are Jose and Gloria Ramirez...majoring in business with a minor in (8.2 innings) finance. Putouts 1, Three Times (Last vs. Hawai’i 3/28/08) Assists 2, Two Times (Last vs. Hawai’i-Hilo 4/18/08)

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

ERA 5.27 0.00 5.08

W 4 0 4

CAREER STATS

L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H 6 14 13 0 0 0 0 70.0 79 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2.2 5 7 15 14 0 0 0 0 72.2 84

R 47 5 52

ER BB SO 2B 41 32 54 14 0 2 2 2 41 34 56 16

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3B 2 1 3

HR BF B/Avg 6 323 .295 0 15 .385 6 338 .299

WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2 11 3 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 3 9 0

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YORK #16 TREVOR YORK 6-1 • 170 • SENIOR • RHP • FIFTH SEASON SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. • ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN ACADEMY AS A JUNIOR (2009) Missed the beginning of the season due to injury...came on late in the year to make five appearances out of the bullpent...posted an 0-2 record with one save and a 6.75 ERA...will look to make return to starting rotation in 2010. AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Split time as the Hornets No. 1 and No. 2 starter during his second season...made 14 appearances, all starts...collected a record of 4-6 with a 4.97 ERA...walked 23 batters while striking out 39... surrendered 48 earned runs and 115 hits in a team-best 87.0 innings pitched...threw the team’s only complete game in a scheduled seven inning contest against Hawai’i-Hilo on April 19...scattered eight hits over seven innings, allowing just one run while striking out six and not surrendering a walk...threw six or more innings during each of his last nine starts...posted a 4-2 mark over those nine starts. AS A FRESHMAN (2007) Became a constant on the hill for the Hornets in his first season...made 17 appearances, including 14 starts...led the team in innings pitched with 84.0...uncorked just one wild pitch over those innings... despite being at a disadvantage as a right hander, led the team in pickoffs with four...threw seven strong innings of six-hit ball to pick up first career win at New Mexico State on March 17 in the longest outing of his career...also pitched well at home against New Mexico State on May 4, giving up just two runs over 6.2 innings before picking up a no-decision. 2006 Sat out the season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Arrowhead Christian Academy in Redlands, Calif...he was a pitcher for four seasons under head coach Dan Mahaffie...his sophomore, junior and senior seasons he was named first team all-Christian League...during his junior and senior years, he was named first team all-CIF... had a 0.86 ERA his senior season and was named Christian League MVP...played for the ABD Bulldogs for head coach Mike Spiers from 1996-2005. PERSONAL Born July 19, 1987...parents are Don and Angie York...major is organizational communication.

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

ERA 6.86 4.97 6.75 5.93

CAREER STATS

W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1 10 17 14 0 0 0 0 84.0 130 70 4 6 14 14 1 0 0 0 87.0 115 55 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 1 6.2 7 5 5 18 36 28 1 0 0 1 177.2 252 130

ER 64 48 5 117

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BB 28 23 3 54

SO 37 39 1 77

2B 29 17 3 49

3B 2 1 0 3

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 7.0, Eight Times (Last vs. Fresno St. 5/22/08) Strikeouts 6, Two Times (Last vs. Hawai’i-Hilo 4/19/08) Fewest Runs Allowed (In a Start) 1 vs. Hawai’i-Hilo 4/19/08 (7.0 innings) Fewest Hits Allowed (In a Start) 5, Two Times (Last vs. Stanford 2/25/07) Putouts 3 at New Mexico State 3/17/07 Assists 3 at Northern Colorado 5/13/07

HR BF B/Avg 10 403 .365 9 390 .323 1 32 .292 20 825 .342

WP HBP SFA SHA BK 1 6 6 7 2 7 2 2 7 1 0 3 0 2 0 8 11 8 16 3

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CHUNG #6 DERRICK CHUNG 5-10 • 170 • JUNIOR • INF • THIRD SEASON CYPRESS, CALIF. • ARTESIA HS AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Made 51 starts at shortstop, missing three games during the season due to an ankle injury...hit .291 with four homers and 33 RBI...posted a .378 on base percentage...successfully stole seven bases in seven chances...posted 14 multi-hit games and nine multiple RBI games...posted two home runs and 11 RBI during conference play...registered a .944 fielding percentage in 268 chances. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Appeared in 17 contests during his freshman campaign, including six starts at shortstop...hit .276 with a double and two RBI...collected four sacrifices...appeared in five contests as a reliever late CAREER HIGHS in the season...allowed 10 hits and six runs in 8.1 innings of work...struck out five while walking just At Bats one batter. 5, 10 Times (Last vs. Fresno State 5/14/09) HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Artesia High School in Lakewood, Calif...was MVP of the Suburban League in 2007...played shortstop and pitched for the Pioneers and coach Michael Gaoghagan...was named second team all-Suburban League in 2005...earned team MVP honors in 2005 and 2007...was recipient of the President’s Award of Educational Excellence and the United States Army Reserve National Scholar/Athlete Award. PERSONAL Born Feb. 23, 1988...parents are Byung Soo and Hyo Kyung Chung...major is business administration...following his playing days, would like to run his own company...interested in the stock market, investment banking and international business.

Runs 2, 12 Times (Last vs. Utah Valley 4/11/09) Hits 3, Four Times (Last vs. Fresno State 5/14/09) RBI 3, vs. San Jose State 5/2/09 Doubles 2, vs. Utah Valley 4/11/09 4/11/09 Triples 1, Two Times (Last vs. Pacific 3/11/09) Home Runs 1, Four Times (Last vs. San Jose State 5/3/09) Stolen Bases 3, vs. Menlo 3/29/09 Hit Streak Eight Games 3/8-3/18/09

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .276 .291 .289

GP 17 51 68

GS 6 51 57

AB 29 196 225

R H 3 8 45 57 48 65

2B 1 12 13

3B 0 2 2

CAREER STATS

HR RBI 0 2 4 33 4 35

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 9 .310 3 1 4 0 .364 85 .434 22 6 39 7 .378 94 .418 25 7 43 7 .376

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SF 0 1 1

SH SB ATT PO 4 0 0 20 1 7 7 82 5 7 7 102

A 29 171 200

E 5 15 20

FLD% .907 .944 .938

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HOTTMAN #15 BRENT HOTTMAN 5-11 • 185 • JUNIOR • C • THIRD SEASON EL DORADO HILLS, CALIF. • OAK RIDGE HS AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Started 45 games and appeared in two others...hit .286 with four home runs and 17 RBI...posted 10 doubles and was second on the team with six sacrifice bunts...had strongest game at the plate in his final game on May 16 against Fresno State, going 3-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored... posted 11 multiple hit games...connected on three solo home runs and a two-run shot on April 17 at Hawai’i. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Made 20 appearances, including 13 starts behind the plate during his freshman campaign...hit .286 CAREER HIGHS with one HR and 12 RBI...hit .353 during WAC play...collected arguably the Hornets biggest hit of the season, a walk-off grand slam on May 16 that defeated the eventual College World Series At Bats 5, Five Times champion Fresno State Bulldogs 9-8. (Last vs. Fresno State 5/16/09) HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Oak Ridge HS in El Dorado Hills, Calif...led the Trojans to the Sierra Valley League title in 2007...hit .351 with a team-leading three home runs...two of those home runs came in the same game, a grand slam and a three-run homer...had SVL-leading 26 RBI...was a first-team all-SVL selection, and an honorable mention all-Sac-Joaquin Section honoree...hit .293 with 18 RBI in 2006...also led Oak Ridge to the SVL crown.

Runs 2, 10 Times (Last vs. Fresno State 5/16/09) Hits 3, Four Times (Last vs. Fresno State 5/14/09)

PERSONAL RBI Born Nov. 11, 1988...parents are Brad Hottman and Kendra Nicholas...major is communication stud- 4, vs. Fresno State 5/16/08 ies...would like to become a firefighter after college. Doubles 1, 10 Times (Last vs. Fresno State 5/15/09) Home Runs 1, Five Times (Last at Hawai’i 4/17/09) Hit Streak Six Games 3/15-3/21/09

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .286 .286 .286

GP 20 47 67

GS 13 45 58

AB 42 147 189

R H 7 12 36 42 43 54

2B 2 10 12

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 4 5

CAREER STATS

RBI 12 17 29

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 17 .405 7 1 8 1 .400 64 .435 14 14 30 0 .400 81 .429 21 15 38 1 .400

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SF 0 0 0

SH SB ATT PO A 3 2 2 62 7 6 1 1 205 32 9 3 3 267 39

E 3 3 6

FLD% .958 .988 .981

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PAINE #28 TREVOR PAINE 6-0 • 185 • JUNIOR • INF • THIRD SEASON ROCKLIN, CALIF. • JESUIT HS 2010 Will make the move from pitcher to infielder. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Appeared in eight games after missing the majority of the season due to offseason elbow problems...posted an 0-1 record with an 18.00 ERA. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) One of three Hornets to appear in 21 contests out of the bullpen...posted a team-best 4.50 ERA, allowing 11 earned runs in 22 innings pitched...struck out 11 batters while walking 10...posted a 3-1 record as a freshman, providing scoreless innings in 15-of-21 outings...specialized in situations with runners on base, Paine pitched out of many jams...recorded first career victory on March 11 vs. Pacific, allowing no runs on one hit in 2.2 innings pitched. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Jesuit HS in Carmichael, Calif...MVP of the Delta River League his senior season after leading the Marauders to a 20-11 record, including 10-5 in league...also named Optimist All Star and first team all-Metro by the Sacramento Bee...on the hill, he was 3-2 with a 1.06 ERA... allowed just five earned runs during the season...at the plate, he batted .430 with three home runs and 18 RBI...boasted an on-base percentage of .531...threw a seven inning perfect game against Marin Catholic, needing just 74 pitches, 50 of which were strikes...led team to a share of the DRL title in 2006...was named second team all-league...posted a perfect 3-0 record with a 0.70 ERA, striking out 18 batters in 20 innings pitched while allowing just two earned runs...hit .394 with 24 RBI.

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 3.0 vs. Portland 3/7/08 Strikeouts 2 at Nevada 5/11/08 Putouts 1, Two Times (Last vs. Fresno State 5/17/08) Assists 1, Two Times (Last at Santa Clara 4/29/08)

PERSONAL Born March 8, 1989...parents are Jim and Lynette Paine...major is communication studies.

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

ERA 4.50 18.00 7.39

W 3 0 3

CAREER STATS

L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H 1 21 0 0 0 1 0 22.0 28 1 8 0 0 0 0 1 6.0 13 2 29 0 0 0 1 1 28.0 41

R 12 16 28

ER BB SO 2B 11 10 11 1 12 9 3 4 23 19 14 5

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3B 0 1 1

HR BF B/Avg 4 103 .326 0 43 .394 4 146 .345

WP HBP SFA SHA BK 0 4 3 0 1 4 1 0 0 2 4 5 3 0 3

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SANDOVAL #44 BRANDON SANDOVAL 6-0 • 215 • JUNIOR • RHP • THIRD SEASON TULARE, CALIF. • TULARE WESTERN HS AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Went 5-4 as a sophomore with a 5.49 ERA...made 14 appearances with all but one coming in a starting role...finished second on the team in innings pitched with 77...also finished second on the team in strikeouts with 56...combined with Brian Filice to shut out Cornell on March 20...scattered five hits over 7.1 innings, striking out five without surrendering a walk...struck out a career-high eight batters in seven innings against Menlo on March 29...posted a three-game stretch during the season where he allowed just one run and 11 hits over 17.1 innings pitched while striking out 13. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Made 16 appearances and three starts during his freshman campaign...posted an 0-2 record with two saves and a 9.23 ERA...one of five pitchers to combine for a shutout against eventual College World Series champion Fresno State on May 16...posted the save in that game, pitching the final two innings and striking out three batters without surrendering a hit...posted first career save against Hawai’i on March 29...made two weekend and one Tuesday start...threw 26.1 innings, striking out 12 batters while walking 14. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Tulare Western HS in Tulare, Calif...led team to East Yosemite League title during his senior year...posted a perfect 13-0 record in 2007 with a 1.00 ERA...recorded 102 strikeouts to just 28 walks in 84 innings pitched...had 10 complete games and three shutouts...was named MVP of the EYL his senior year, as well as Tulare County MVP...was a first team all-CIF Central Section selection...earned first team all-EYL honors during his junior season...also earned second team allTulare County honors...was the winning pitcher in 2005 of the Valley Championship game, sharing the field with former Hornet teammate Gabe Jacobo...also played football and basketball for the Mustangs...was the football team’s center from 2004-06, snapping the ball to Jacobo, the team’s quarterback, during his sophomore campaign. PERSONAL Born April 26, 1989...parents are John and Zoe Costa...major is communication studies.

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 7.1 vs. Cornell 3/20/09 Strikeouts 8, vs. Menlo 3/29/09 Fewest Runs Allowed (In a Start) 1, vs. Menlo 3/29/09 (7.0 innings) Fewest Hits Allowed (In a Start) 3, vs. Saint Mary’s 3/8/09 (6.0 innings) Putouts 2, Two Times (Last at Hawai’i 4/18/09) Assists 1, Two Times (Last at Nevada 5/10/09)

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

ERA 9.23 5.49 6.45

W 0 5 5

CAREER STATS

L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 2 16 3 0 0 1 2 26.1 41 30 4 14 13 0 0 1 0 77.0 87 52 6 30 16 0 0 2 2 103.1 128 82

ER 27 47 74

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BB 14 36 50

SO 2B 12 6 56 14 68 20

3B 0 1 1

HR BF B/Avg 2 132 .380 5 358 .286 7 490 .311

WP HBP SFA SHA BK 7 8 0 2 2 14 10 2 6 1 21 18 2 8 3

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CROUCH #12 AARON CROUCH 6-0 • 180 • SOPHOMORE • OF • SECOND SEASON YUBA CITY, CALIF. • YUBA CITY HS AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Started 33 contests, appearing in 39 total for the Hornets as a freshman...hit .237 with a home run and 14 RBI...connected on first career home run against Utah Valley on April 11...went 3-for-4 with three RBI against Menlo on March 28...went 2-for-4 with a triple against Saint Mary’s on March 10...collected seven doubles...grounded into just one double play in 114 at bats. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Yuba City HS in Yuba City, Calif...four-year letterwinner for the Honkers and coach Jim Stassi...named first team all-area by the Appeal-Democrat in 2007 and 2008...earned first team all Tri-County Conference honors after leading his squad to a 28-3 mark and TCC and Sac-Joaquin Section Titles...also named conference Defensive Player of the Year...hit .326 with three home runs and 19 RBI...hit .340 as a junior, leading the Honkers to a 30-1 mark along with TCC and section titles. PERSONAL Born February 11, 1990...parents are Jamie and Cindy Crouch...earned Sealbearer lifetime membership status with the California Scholarship Federation, which is a state-wide organization that honors outstanding high school students...majoring in kinesiology with a goal of becoming an athletic trainer following his baseball career.

CAREER HIGHS At Bats 6, at UC Davis 3/13/09 Runs 2, Two Times (Last vs. Utah Valley 4/11/09) Hits 3, vs. Menlo 3/28/09 RBI 3, vs. Menlo 3/28/09 Doubles 1, 7 Times (Last vs. La. Tech 4/21/09) Triples 1, vs. Saint Mary’s 3/10/09 Home Runs 1, vs. Utah Valley 4/11/09

Year Avg 2009 .237 TOTAL .237

GP GS AB R H 39 33 114 22 27 39 33 114 22 27

2B 7 7

3B 1 1

CAREER STATS

HR RBI 1 14 1 14

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 39 .342 14 2 32 1 .326 2 3 1 3 39 .342 14 2 32 1 .326 2 3 1 3

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Hit Streak Seven Games 3/28-4/10/09 PO 47 47

A 1 1

E FLD% 3 .941 3 .941

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DARRAH #34 JESSE DARRAH 6-2 • 190 • SOPHOMORE • RHP • SECOND SEASON FOWLER, CALIF. • FOWLER HS AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Earned freshman All-America honors from Louisville Slugger and the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, the first Hornet to do so during the Division I era (1990-pres.)...also earned second team allWAC honors...posted a 9-2 record with a 5.64 ERA during his first season in the Green and Gold... became the first Hornet freshman to post more than eight victories, and the first pitcher to post nine victories since Ethan Katz (2005)...threw a team-leading 83.0 innings, and collected 59 strikeouts... won five straight starts during one stretch of the season...after starting the year 1-2, he did not lose a decision after March 7...went 4-0 in conference play, and left two additional conference games with leads, although he did not end up factoring in the decision. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Fowler HS in Fowler, Calif...earned first team all-Southwest Sierra League honors after going 13-2 with a 1.51 ERA and 123 strikeouts in 88 innings...also hit .485 with six home runs and 38 RBI...named first team all-Valley by the Fresno Bee and first team all-state small school divisions by Cal-Hi Sports...led his team to the Division V CIF championship in 2008...recorded 18 strikeouts in a 5-3 victory over Coast Union on May 3. PERSONAL Born March 28, 1990...parents are Jack and Shelli Darrah...major is undeclared.

CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 8.0 vs. Louisiana Tech 4/25/09 Strikeouts 9, vs. Cornell 3/19/09 Fewest Runs Allowed (In a Start) 1, at Hawai’i 4/18/09 (7.2 innings) Fewest Hits Allowed (In a Start) 5, at Hawai’i 4/18/09 (7.2 innings) Putouts 1, Three Times (Last at New Mexico State 4/4/09) Assists 1, vs. San Jose State 5/3/09

Year ERA 2009 5.64 TOTAL 5.64

W 9 9

CAREER STATS

L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 2 14 14 1 0 0 0 83.0 104 56 2 14 14 1 0 0 0 83.0 104 56

ER BB SO 2B 52 31 59 18 52 31 59 18

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3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 1 14 371 .313 7 3 3 2 0 1 14 371 .313 7 3 3 2 0

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LAMB #8 JUSTIN LAMB 5-11 • 200 • SOPHOMORE • C • SECOND SEASON YUBA CITY, CALIF. • YUBA CITY HS AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Made 51 appearances, including 49 starts in his freshman campaign...hit .271 with 11 home runs and 38 RBI...his home run total was the most by any Hornet freshman during the Division I era (1990pres.)...posted a pair of two home run games...the first came against Menlo College on March 28 in game two of a doubleheader, connecting on a two-run homer and a three-run blast...second came in conference play against Nevada on May 8, as he hit a two-run homer followed by a solo shot... hit .311 during conference play. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Yuba City HS in Yuba City, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for the Honkers as a third baseman and catcher...hit .430 with 24 RBI as a senior, leading his squad to a 28-3 mark and Tri-County Conference and Sac-Joaquin Section titles...was named honorable mention all-metro by the Sacramento Bee and first team all-area by the Appeal-Democrat...went 4-for-4 and was named MVP of the 2008 Optimist All-Star game...hit .315 as a junior, leading the Honkers to a 301 mark, along with TCC and section titles. PERSONAL Born August 6, 1990...parents are David and Londa Lamb...undeclared major.

CAREER HIGHS At Bats 5, Nine Times (Last vs. San Jose State 5/3/09) Runs 4, at Nevada 5/8/09 Hits 4, at New Mexico State 4/4/09 RBI 5, vs. Menlo 3/28/09 Doubles 1, 9 Times (Last vs. Fresno State 5/14/09) Home Runs 2, Two Times (Last at Nevada 5/8/09) Hit Streak Six Games 3/28-4/4/09

Year Avg 2009 .271 TOTAL .271

GP GS AB R H 51 49 181 24 49 51 49 181 24 49

2B 9 9

3B 0 0

CAREER STATS

HR RBI 11 38 11 38

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A 91 .503 12 5 47 5 .332 1 3 0 2 110 11 91 .503 12 5 47 5 .332 1 3 0 2 110 11

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E FLD% 3 .976 3 .976

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NEWCOMERS #18 ANDREW AYERS 6-0 • 185 • FRESHMAN • INF • FIRST SEASON EUREKA, CALIF. • ST. BERNARD’S HS HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of St. Bernard’s HS in Eureka, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for coach Dale Del Grande and the Crusaders...co-MVP of the Humboldt Del Norte League as a senior and MVP as a junior...led his team to three straight CIF North Coast Section titles...pitched a complete game threehitter in the section title game over Tomales High in 2009...earned all-HDNL honors all four years... also a four year letterwinner in basketball and a three year letterwinner in football. PERSONAL Born April 20, 1991...parents are Phil and Jani Ayers...majoring in mathematics.

#27 KYLE BASKETT 6-1 • 175 • JUNIOR • OF • FIRST SEASON DES MOINES, WASH. • GREEN RIVER JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at Green River JC in Auburn, Wash. for coach Matt Acker...earned first team allNorthwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges honors as a sophomore after hitting .372 with two home runs and 26 RBI...hit .305 as a freshman with a home run and 21 RBI. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Mount Rainer HS in Des Moines, Wash...four-year letterwinner for coach Darren Rawie...earned first team all-Seamount League honors as an outfielder and pitcher for the Rams in 2007...earned second team all-state during his senior season. PERSONAL Born Aug. 27, 1989...parents are Steve and Debbie Baskett...majoring in communication studies.

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NEWCOMERS #4 TREVOR BLOOM 5-11 • 190 • JUNIOR • OF • FIRST SEASON PALMDALE, CALIF. • COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one year apiece at New Mexico State (2008) and College of the Canyons (2009)...was named to the Southern California All-America team by the California Community College Athletic Association at CoC as a sophomore...hit .388 with eight home runs and 52 RBI...boasted a .647 slugging percentage while posting 14 doubles and three triples...was named MVP of the Western State Conference South Division...hit .229 as a freshman at New Mexico State with three doubles and eight RBI in 17 games. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Palmdale HS in Palmdale, Calif...a four year letterwinner for coach Craig Mesler and the Falcons...earned first team all-Golden League honors in each of his final three seasons...was named league MVP in 2007 after hitting .471 with five home runs and 34 RBI...first team all-state selection in 2006, hitting .656 with four home runs and 54 RBI. PERSONAL Born Oct. 3, 1989...parents are Richard and Suzette Bloom...majoring in communication studies.

#38 STUART BURNETT 6-5 • 235 • JUNIOR • INF • FIRST SEASON STOCKTON, CALIF. • SAN JOAQUIN DELTA JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at San Joaquin Delta JC in Stockton, Calif. under coach Reed Peters...hit .361 with 10 home runs and 37 RBI as a sophomore in 2009...collected 28 extra base hits and a slugging percentage of .665...earned Northern California All-America honors from the California Community College Athletic Association and first team all-Big 8 Conference honors...hit .288 as a freshman with three home runs and 25 RBI. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Lincoln HS in Stockton, Calif...four-year letterwinner in both baseball and football for the Trojans...two-time first team all-area selection by The Record in both sports as a junior and a senior...also earned first team all-San Joaquin Athletic Association honors in his final two seasons at Lincoln...hit .355 with eight home runs and 24 RBI as a senior. PERSONAL Born June 14, 1989...parents are Scott and Patty Burnett..majoring in criminal justice.

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NEWCOMERS #26 ROBERT BUTLER 5-10 • 165 • SENIOR • RHP • FIRST SEASON SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • SOUTH DAKOTA STATE PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one season (2008) at South Dakota State for head coach Reggie Christiansen, who is in his second season on the Hornet coaching staff...started six games for the Jackrabbits as a junior, posting a 1-2 record and a 5.00 ERA in 27 innings pitched...started his season with 8.1 scoreless innings pitched over two starts...earned academic all-Summit League honors...played for two seasons at American River JC prior to his time at SDSU...went 7-4 with a 3.66 ERA in 78.2 innings in 2007...struck out 74 batters in 78.2 innings...teamed with Hornet left-hander Jose Ramirez at ARC. HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Casa Roble HS in Orangevale, Calif...four-year baseball letterwinner...posted a 0.63 ERA as a senior with 85 strikeouts in 68 innings pitched...earned first team all-Capital Athletic League honors as a senior. PERSONAL Born Feb. 27, 1987...parents are Rich and Chris Butler...competes in drag races at Sacramento Raceway...majoring in sociology.

#40 JAMES CHAMBERLIN 6-0 • 200 • JUNIOR • RHP • FIRST SEASON SAN LEANDRO, CALIF. • COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two years at College of San Mateo in San Mateo, Calif. for coach Doug Williams...posted a 3-1 mark as a sophomore with a 2.19 ERA in 17 appearances, which included three starts...struck out 37 batters in 37 innings pitched while recording one complete game and one save...earned second team all-Coast Golden Gate Conference honors...collected a 2.91 ERA as a freshman in 13 appearances out of the bullpen for the Bulldogs...allowed just two extra base hits in 21.2 innings. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of San Leandro HS in San Leandro, Calif...posted a 6-3 record as a senior with a 2.08 ERA...earned first team all-Hayward Area Athletic League honors as a senior...was also a standout in football for the Pirates, earning second team all-league honors in 2007. PERSONAL Born May 26, 1989...parents are Jim and Donna Chamberlin...sister Jen is the North Carolina State softball team’s all-time leader in home runs (49) and competed in the National Pro Fastpitch league...majoring in communication studies

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NEWCOMERS #2 JAKE CHILTON 5-7 • 170 • JUNIOR • OF • FIRST SEASON POWAY, CALIF. • YAVAPAI JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Yavapai JC in Prescott, Ariz. for coach Sky Smeltzer...hit .405 with 19 RBI as a sophomore for the Roughriders...as a freshman hit .246 in 36 games with nine RBI...connected for two triples in a single game against Chandler-Gilbert in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Poway HS in Poway, Calif...two-year letterwinner for coach Bob Parry...hit .330 as a senior for the Titans, who finished the year ranked ninth in the country. PERSONAL Born Nov. 11, 1988...parents are Jim and Pam Chilton...majoring in communication studies.

#14 BRANDON CREEL 5-8 • 160 • JUNIOR • RHP • FIRST SEASON SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • ROSEMONT HS HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Rosemont HS in Sacramento...three-year letterwinner in baseball for coach Paul Martinez and the Wolverines...was 8-1 as a senior posting a 0.38 ERA...earned first team all-metro honors from the Sacramento Bee...was named MVP of the Metro Conference in 2009...was also a three-year letterwinner in soccer. PERSONAL Born May 7, 1991...mother is Diana Stoliker...majoring in kinesiology.

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NEWCOMERS #25 ANDREW GALVAN 6-0 • 165 • JUNIOR • RHP • FIRST SEASON SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • SACRAMENTO CITY JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at Sacramento City College for coach Andy McKay...made 19 appearances out of the Panther bullpen as a sophomore...posted a 3-2 record with a 4.41 ERA and three saves... stuck out 33 batters in 32.2 innings pitched...led the Panthers as a freshman with a 5-1 record and a 2.02 ERA...made a team-high 20 appearances out of the bullpen allowing just 25 hits in 35.2 innings pitched...opponents hit just .203 against him. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Franklin HS in Elk Grove, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Cody... was 4-3 with two saves and a 1.15 ERA as a senior...earned first team all-Delta Valley League honors...led team to first DVL title with three-hitter against rival Elk Grove. PERSONAL Born Feb. 14, 1989...parents are Robert Galvan and Kelly Piedmont...majoring in computer programming.

#37 MIKE GUGLIELMO 6-1 • 180 • JUNIOR • RHP • FIRST SEASON LAFAYETTE, CALIF. • DIABLO VALLEY JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two years at Diablo Valley JC for coach Mike Nuc...made 16 appearances as a sophomore in 2009 out of the Viking bullpen...posted two saves and struck out 26 batters in 22.1 innings pitched... helped lead the Vikings to the 2009 Big 8 Conference championship and the 2009 state semifinals... posted a 3.58 ERA and three saves as a freshman in 2008...allowed opponents to hit just .233 against him. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Acalanes HS in Lafayette, Calif...a four-year letterwinner for coach Andy Tarpley and the Dons...was a first team all-Diablo Foothill Athletic League selection as a junior and a senior...posted a 10-1 record as a senior with a 1.55 ERA...tossed four complete games...led the Dons to three DFAL championships and the 2007 CIF North Coast Section title. PERSONAL Born Nov. 29, 1989...parents are Joe and Ardis Guglielmo...majoring in communication studies.

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NEWCOMERS #31 JASON HAMPTON 6-5 • 225 • FRESHMAN • RHP • FIRST SEASON ROCKLIN, CALIF. • ROCKLIN HS HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Rocklin HS in Rocklin, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for coach Roc Murray and the Thunder...earned first team all-metro honors from the Sacramento Bee as a senior after hitting .373 with four home runs and 41 RBI...collected six wins and four saves on the mound...led his team to the Sac-Joaquin section Division II title while earning first team all-Sierra Foothill League honors...was a 47th round draft pick of the Cincinnati Reds in 2009. PERSONAL Born Dec. 19, 1990...parents are Jay and Teri Hampton...owns a black belt in tai kwon do...majoring in communication studies.

#9 RUSSELL HAVENS 6-0 • 185 • JUNIOR • RHP • FIRST SEASON IMPERIAL, CALIF. • YAVAPAI JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Yavapai College in Prescott, Ariz. for coach Sky Smeltzer and the Roughriders... went 7-0 with a 2.61 ERA as a sophomore...struck out 52 batters in 62 innings...posted a 4-2 mark as a sophomore...appeared in 13 games out of the bullpen...struck out 32 batters in 30 innings. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Imperial HS in Imperial, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Richard Diaz... went 6-5 as a senior, posting a 1.61 ERA...struck out 107 batters in 74 innings pitched...was named Imperial Valley League pitcher of the year and second team all-section...earned first team all-section honors as a junior after striking out 73 batters in 60.1 innings...was also named Imperial Valley League pitcher of the year and player of the year by the Imperial Valley Press. PERSONAL Born Oct. 10, 1989...parents are Gary and Julie Havens...majoring in communication studies.

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NEWCOMERS #7 BLAKE MILLER 6-2 • 195 • FRESHMAN • INF • FIRST SEASON SALEM, ORE. • SOUTH SALEM HS HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of South Salem HS in Salem, Ore...four-year letterwinner for coach Josh Kerr... earned first team all-state honors as a senior after hitting .462 with 17 extra base hits...was named the Central Valley Conference MVP and the Statesman Journal Player of the Year...hit .404 as a junior with 14 doubles and 27 RBI... earned first team all-league and third team all state...also a three-year standout in football and basketball for the Saxons...earned first team all-league honors in football as a wide receiver in 2008. PERSONAL Born April 25, 1990...parents are Dan and Annamarie Miller...competed in the 2002 Little League Western Regional...majoring in business administration.

#10 ZACH MORGAN 6-2 • 165 • SOPHOMORE • RHP • FIRST SEASON GRANTS PASS, ORE. • SHASTA JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one season at Shasta College in Redding, Calif. for head coach Brad Rupert...posted a 7-6 record with a 4.26 ERA...made 14 starts and threw six complete games...struck out 89 batters in 107.2 innings pitched...was a unanimous first team all-Golden Valley Conference selection...threw a three-hit shutout over Siskiyous on March 5...struck out 10 batters over nine innings...selected in the 35th round of the MLB Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Grants Pass HS in Grants Pass, Ore...four-year letterwinner in baseball, basketball and football...earned first team all-Southwest Conference honors as a senior...also named first team all-state as a utility player...threw an eight inning three-hitter with 11 strikeouts against South Eugene while also going 3-for-4 at the plate with a home run and three RBI. PERSONAL Born May 11, 1990...parents are Stacy and Betsy Morgan...majoring in business management.

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NEWCOMERS #1 A.J. NUNEZ 6-0 • 190 • JUNIOR • OF • FIRST SEASON AUBURN, CALIF. • COSUMNES RIVER JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at Cosumnes River JC for coach Tony Bloomfield...hit .280 as a sophomore with five home runs and 35 RBI...earned second team all-Big 8 Conference honors in 2007 after hitting .316 with four homers and 31 RBI...was 6-of-7 in stolen base attempts in two seasons. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Bear River HS in Grass Valley, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Viola...was named Pioneer Valley League MVP in 2007 after hitting .471 with seven home runs and 47 RBI...earned all-state as well as Sacramento Bee all-metro honors in 2007. PERSONAL Born Sept. 14, 1989...parents are Anthony and Jean Nunez...majoring in criminal justice.

#36 DUSTIN STUMPF 6-0 • 210 • JUNIOR • INF • FIRST SEASON SALINAS, CALIF. • HARTNELL JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two years at Hartnell JC in Salinas, Calif. for coach Dan Teresa...hit .303 with a home run and 25 RBI in 2009...hit .266 as a freshman with 20 RBI. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Salinas HS in Salinas, Calif...a four-year letterwinner for coach Art Hunsdorfer and the Cowboys...earned honorable mention all-Tri County Athletic League honors as a senior. PERSONAL Born March 8, 1989...parents are Alan and Elba Stumpf...majoring in kinesiology.

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NEWCOMERS #32 LOGAN TODD 6-3 • 210 • JUNIOR • LHP • FIRST SEASON MERCED, CALIF. • MERCED JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one year of baseball at Merced JC for coach Chris Predretti...spent one season as a quarterback at Texas Tech under coach Mike Leach prior to joining the Blue Devils...earned first team all-Central Valley Conference honors as a sophomore after posting a 9-3 record with a 4.88 ERA... made 16 appearances, including 13 starts...struck out 60 batters while walking just 20 in 79.1 innings pitched...threw one complete game and added one save. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Merced HS in Merced, Calif...four-year letterwinner in baseball, basketball and football...won 19 consecutive decisions spanning his sophomore to senior seasons...was named Central California Conference MVP as a junior, and was a first team selection as a sophomore and a senior...also played first base and led the team in home runs and RBI...earned second team all-state honors in football as a senior after throwing for 2,529 yards and 32 touchdowns...set a section championship game record throwing for 458 yards and 4 TD’s...named to Modesto Bee’s all-decade team in football. PERSONAL Born Oct. 10, 1988...parents are James and Erica Todd...majoring in history...would like to become a high school history teacher and baseball coach following playing career.

#30 KIRBY YOUNG 6-3 • 185 • JUNIOR • INF • FIRST SEASON KIRKLAND, WASH. • EDMONDS JC PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at Edmonds JC in Lynnwood, Wash. under coach Brad Ditter...hit .340 as a sophomore with one home run and 26 RBI...earned second team all-Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges honors as a freshman in 2008 after posting a .351 average...led team to NWAACC title and 38-9 record during his first season with the Tritons. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Lake Washington HS in Kirkland, Wash...was a three-year letterwinner for the Kangaroos and coach Derek Bingham...was second team all-KingCo selection as a senior after hitting .390 with four home runs and 25 RBI...also earned all-league honors in football and basketball. PERSONAL Born July 4, 1988...parents are Dan and Linda Young...was named after baseball Hall of Famer Kirby Puckett by his parents... majoring in communication studies.

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SCHEDULE 2010 HORNETS SCHEDULE Date Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 20 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 30 May 1 May 2 May 4 May 7 May 8 May 9 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 27-30 June 4-7 June 11-14 June 19-30

Day Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Fri. Sat. Sun Tue. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Wed. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tue. Fri. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sun. Thu.-Sun. Fri.-Mon. Fri.-Mon. Sat.-Wed.

Opponent UNLV UNLV UNLV SAN FRANCISCO vs. Kansas (Peoria Tournament)# vs. Gonzaga (Peoria Tournament)# vs. Kansas (Peoria Tournament)# vs. Gonzaga (Peoria Tournament)# Saint Mary’s SAINT MARY’S UC DAVIS UC Davis UC DAVIS UC IRVINE UC IRVINE UC IRVINE PACIFIC Arizona Arizona Arizona SAINT MARY’S Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge ALBANY UC SANTA BARBARA UC SANTA BARBARA UC SANTA BARBARA San Francisco Pacific HAWAI’I* HAWAI’I* (DH) HAWAI’I* Saint Mary’s NEW MEXICO STATE* NEW MEXICO STATE* (DH) NEW MEXICO STATE* San Jose State* San Jose State* (DH) San Jose State* CALIFORNIA Louisiana Tech* Louisiana Tech* (DH) Louisiana Tech* NEVADA* NEVADA* (DH) NEVADA* Fresno State* Fresno State* (DH) Fresno State* WAC Tournament NCAA Regionals NCAA Super Regionals College World Series

Location Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. HORNET FIELD Peoria, Ariz. Peoria, Ariz. Peoria, Ariz. Peoria, Ariz. Moraga, Calif. HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD Davis, Calif. HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. HORNET FIELD Northridge, Calif. Northridge, Calif. Northridge, Calif. HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD San Francisco, Calif. Stockton, Calif. HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD Moraga, Calif. HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD San Jose, Calif. San Jose, Calif. San Jose, Calif. HORNET FIELD Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD HORNET FIELD Fresno, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Mesa, Ariz. TBA TBA Omaha, Neb.

Time 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA

ALL CAPS and Bold indicate home games All home games played at Hornet Field All Times Local to Site #Peoria Tournament Field: Sacramento State, Gonzaga, Kansas *Western Athletic Conference games

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RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Albany ........................ 0-0 Arizona ....................... 5-9 Brigham Young ...............1-0 Cal Poly ......................12-32 Cal Poly Pomona ............1-0 Cal State Fullerton ...... 6-16 Cal State Hayward .......9-1 Cal State Northridge ....16-36 Cal State Stanislaus.......7-0 California .................. 9-19 Centenary........................6-0 Chapman .........................0-1 Chicago State .................1-0 Chico State ................... 10-7 Columbus College ..........1-1 Cornell..............................4-0 Dartmouth ........................2-2 Davidson ..........................2-0 Eastern Michigan ............2-0 Florida A&M ...................1-0 Fresno State ............ 13-43 Gonzaga ..................... 0-3 Grand Canyon ................7-2 Hawai’i ................... 21-49 Hawai’i Hilo.................. 14-5 Kansas ........................ 0-1 Kansas State ...................0-1 Long Beach State ........ 5-27 Louisiana Lafayette .......0-1 Louisiana Tech ............ 9-8 Loyola Marymount .........1-4 Menlo ...............................4-0 Mercer..............................2-0 Minnesota ........................2-0 Nevada ................... 18-43 New Mexico State ... 24-18 North Dakota State ...4-0-1 Northern Colorado ........6-3 Oregon ............................1-1 Oregon State............... 8-13 Oregon Tech ...................2-0

Pacific ..........................35-26 Pepperdine......................2-1 Portland ...........................4-1 Portland State ................0-1 Rhode Island ...................1-0 Saint Mary’s ............ 32-31 Samford ...........................4-1 San Diego........................4-4 San Diego State ........13-19 San Francisco.......... 23-26 San Francisco State .......7-2 San Jose State ......... 16-31 Santa Clara ...............16-27 Sonoma State .................2-1 South Dakota State .......1-2 South Florida...................1-0 Southern Utah .............. 13-0 Stanford ......................13-19 Stony Brook .....................1-1 UCLA ................................1-3 UC Davis ................. 28-28 UC Irvine..................... 5-8 UC Riverside ................ 2-14 UC San Diego .................2-1 UC Santa Barbara ... 19-23 UNLV .......................... 0-0 US International..............0-2 Utah ..................................2-2 Utah Valley .....................9-4 Valparaiso .......................1-0 Washington State .....12-10 Wichita State .................0-2 Wyoming .........................1-0 Bold - 2010 opponent

JUSTIN LAMB

HORNETS VS. OPPONENTS DURING DIVISION I ERA (1990-PRES.)

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2009 RESULTS Overall: Won 27, Lost 27 (Home: 17-10, Away: 10-17, Neutral: 0-0) Western Athletic Conference: Won 8, Lost 14 (Home: 3-7, Away: 5-7) Date Feb 20, 2009 Feb 21, 2009 Feb 22, 2009 Feb 27, 2009 Feb 28, 2009 Mar 01, 2009 Mar 07, 2009 Mar 07, 2009 Mar 08, 2009 Mar 10, 2009 Mar 11, 2009 Mar 13, 2009 Mar 14, 2009 Mar 15, 2009 Mar 17, 2009 Mar 19, 2009 Mar 20, 2009 Mar 21, 2009 Mar 21, 2009 Mar 24, 2009 Mar 25, 2009 Mar 28, 2009 Mar 28, 2009 Mar 29, 2009 Mar 29, 2009 Apr 03, 2009 Apr 04, 2009 Apr 04, 2009 Apr 05, 2009 Apr 10, 2009 Apr 10, 2009 Apr 11, 2009 Apr 11, 2009 Apr 14, 2009 Apr 17, 2009 Apr 18, 2009 Apr 18, 2009 Apr 19, 2009 Apr 24, 2009 Apr 25, 2009 Apr 26, 2009 Apr 27, 2009 Apr 29, 2009 May 02, 2009 May 03, 2009 May 08, 2009 May 09, 2009 May 09, 2009 May 10, 2009 May 12, 2009 May 14, 2009 May 15, 2009 May 16, 2009 May 16, 2009

Opposing team at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Saint Mary’s at Saint Mary’s SAINT MARY’S SAINT MARY’S PACIFIC at UC Davis UC DAVIS at UC Davis at San Francisco CORNELL CORNELL CORNELL CORNELL at Oregon at Oregon MENLO COLLEGE MENLO COLLEGE MENLO COLLEGE MENLO COLLEGE at New Mexico State* at New Mexico State* at New Mexico State* at New Mexico State* UTAH VALLEY UTAH VALLEY UTAH VALLEY UTAH VALLEY SAN FRANCISCO at Hawai’i* at Hawai’i* at Hawai’i* at Hawai’i* LOUISIANA TECH* LOUISIANA TECH* LOUISIANA TECH* LOUISIANA TECH* at Stanford SAN JOSE STATE* SAN JOSE STATE* at Nevada* at Nevada* at Nevada* at Nevada* at California FRESNO STATE* FRESNO STATE* FRESNO STATE* FRESNO STATE*

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W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

W W W W

Score 3-5 10-7 2-11 2-9 5-11 2-6 6-7 2-10 14-2 5-3 8-4 5-3 3-9 10-1 6-5 6-2 9-0 10-6 18-5 10-5 4-6 15-3 15-6 5-1 9-5 6-7 18-13 7-10 5-15 7-5 6-9 16-6 7-1 7-12 4-5 2-1 2-7 4-8 8-7 8-6 4-7 5-10 4-6 11-6 9-10 14-13 9-6 12-6 6-7 0-15 7-15 3-4 8-11 6-7

L L L L L L L

L

L

L L L L L L L L L L L L

L L L L L L

Hornets r-h-e 3-11-2 10-12-1 2-6-2 2-8-0 5-10-2 2-4-2 6-12-1 2-5-0 14-15-0 5-11-0 8-14-1 5-9-3 3-10-2 10-11-0 6-8-1 6-5-0 9-13-1 10-10-1 18-16-1 10-11-0 4-9-1 15-17-0 15-16-3 5-8-0 9-9-2 6-8-0 18-17-0 7-13-2 5-10-1 7-11-2 6-10-1 16-17-1 7-14-0 7-10-3 4-9-1 2-8-0 2-7-1 4-8-2 8-9-0 8-11-0 4-13-1 5-9-3 4-10-2 11-16-2 9-16-0 14-17-3 9-14-0 12-15-1 6-10-0 0-5-2 7-15-5 3-6-1 8-13-0 6-8-2

/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Opponent r-h-e Inns 5-8-2 9 7-13-8 9 11-13-1 9 9-11-0 9 11-16-1 9 6-9-0 9 7-11-1 9 10-14-0 9 2-8-0 9 3-4-2 9 4-11-2 9 3-9-1 9 9-11-2 9 1-6-3 9 5-12-4 (11) 2-10-4 9 0-6-1 9 6-8-2 9 5-11-1 7 5-10-4 9 6-9-2 9 3-9-2 7 6-11-2 7 1-5-2 9 5-12-4 7 7-9-2 9 13-17-3 9 10-10-1 7 15-18-0 8 5-11-1 9 9-14-1 9 6-12-1 7 1-10-3 9 12-19-0 9 5-9-0 9 1-7-0 9 7-7-0 7 8-10-0 9 7-8-1 9 6-10-0 9 7-10-2 9 10-16-0 9 6-8-1 9 6-10-3 9 10-17-1 9 13-15-0 9 6-5-0 9 6-7-2 7 7-11-2 9 15-16-1 9 15-11-1 9 4-12-3 9 11-12-1 9 7-12-0 7

* Western Athletic Conference Game

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Overall 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 1-6-0 1-7-0 2-7-0 3-7-0 4-7-0 5-7-0 5-8-0 6-8-0 7-8-0 8-8-0 9-8-0 10-8-0 11-8-0 12-8-0 12-9-0 13-9-0 14-9-0 15-9-0 16-9-0 16-10-0 17-10-0 17-11-0 17-12-0 18-12-0 18-13-0 19-13-0 20-13-0 20-14-0 20-15-0 21-15-0 21-16-0 21-17-0 22-17-0 23-17-0 23-18-0 23-19-0 23-20-0 24-20-0 24-21-0 25-21-0 26-21-0 27-21-0 27-22-0 27-23-0 27-24-0 27-25-0 27-26-0 27-27-0

WAC 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 3-6-0 4-6-0 4-7-0 4-8-0 4-8-0 5-8-0 5-9-0 6-9-0 7-9-0 8-9-0 8-10-0 8-10-0 8-11-0 8-12-0 8-13-0 8-14-0

Pitcher of record Ramirez, J. (L 0-1) Darrah, J. (W 1-0) Baek, C. (L 0-1) Buchta, N. (L 0-1) Darrah, J. (L 1-1) Sandoval, B. (L 0-1) Fregosi, E. (L 0-1) Darrah, J. (L 1-2) Sandoval, B. (W 1-1) Fregosi, E. (W 1-1) Baek, C. (W 1-1) Darrah, J. (W 2-2) Sandoval, B. (L 1-2) Elrod, T. (W 1-0) Roth, J. (W 1-0) Darrah, J. (W 3-2) Sandoval, B. (W 2-2) Elrod, T. (W 2-0) Baek, C. (W 2-1) Roth, J. (W 2-0) Baek, C. (L 2-2) Darrah, J. (W 4-2) Baek, C. (W 3-2) Sandoval, B. (W 3-2) Elrod, T. (W 3-0) Filice, B. (L 0-1) Darrah, J. (W 5-2) Sandoval, B. (L 3-3) Elrod, T. (L 3-1) Darrah, J. (W 6-2) Baek, C. (L 3-3) Sandoval, B. (W 4-3) Elrod, T. (W 4-1) Paine, T. (L 0-1) Baek, C. (L 3-4) Darrah, J. (W 7-2) Sandoval, B. (L 4-4) Elrod, T. (L 4-2) Sandoval, B. (W 5-4) Darrah, J. (W 8-2) Elrod, T. (L 4-3) Taku, A. (L 0-1) Roth, J. (L 2-1) Baek, C. (W 4-4) Roth, J. (L 2-2) Filice, B. (W 1-1) Buchta, N. (W 1-1) Darrah, J. (W 9-2) York, T. (L 0-1) Baek, C. (L 4-5) Elrod, T. (L 4-4) Roth, J. (L 2-3) York, T. (L 0-2) Baek, C. (L 4-6)

Atten. 1996 1324 754 1042 1437 1427 450 430 286 179 118 306 308 285 94 159 161 191 191 2230 2125 164 164 164 164 317 221 221 301 87 87 108 108 114 3669 3978 3978 2628 87 239 238 66 1153 74 168 685 867 867 1105 180 271 464 457 457

Time 3:05 3:41 2:56 3:22 3:13 2:45 3:21 2:38 2:51 2:42 3:09 2:47 2:45 2:50 3:27 2:35 2:38 2:38 2:13 3:31 2:55 2:13 2:08 2:42 1:56 3:10 3:14 2:31 3:29 2:50 2:49 2:55 2:51 3:13 2:48 2:18 2:08 2:49 3:06 2:25 2:36 3:00 2:30 3:04 3:28 3:06 3:03 2:13 2:52 2:55 3:03 2:32 3:28 2:29

2009 OVERALL STATISTICS Hitting Statistics Player 10 Crosby, Blake 7 Wheeler, Tim 1 Martinez, Hunter 5 Powers, Josh 21 Roth, Jeff 6 Chung, Derrick 15 Hottman, Brent 8 Lamb, Justin -------------3 Otsuka, Ivan 12 Crouch, Aaron 24 Mezzaneras, Justi 30 Espana, Joe 20 McCarthy, Dan 18 Taylor, Jon Totals Opponents

AVG .397 .385 .368 .358 .312 .291 .286 .271

GP 54 54 54 54 44 51 47 51

GS 54 54 54 54 41 51 45 49

AB 209 200 239 212 154 196 147 181

R 36 59 67 41 30 45 36 24

H 83 77 88 76 48 57 42 49

2B 9 16 11 26 9 12 10 9

3B 1 3 2 0 0 2 0 0

HR 4 18 5 3 11 4 4 11

RBI 47 72 32 44 40 33 17 38

TB SLG% 106 .507 153 .765 118 .494 111 .524 90 .584 85 .434 64 .435 91 .503

BB 13 29 17 9 20 22 14 12

HBP 13 17 1 14 7 6 14 5

SO 21 28 39 41 26 39 30 47

GDP 8 3 7 1 3 7 0 5

OB% .460 .494 .411 .409 .408 .378 .400 .332

SF 2 3 1 7 3 1 0 1

SH 8 0 6 3 1 1 6 3

SB 4 15 14 11 2 7 1 0

PO 394 130 91 54 119 82 205 110

A 23 5 134 100 16 171 32 11

E 1 1 6 21 1 15 3 3

FLD% .998 .993 .974 .880 .993 .944 .988 .976

.316 .237 .211 .200 .173 .000 .318 .313

27 39 39 11 25 4 54 54

10 33 14 4 23 0 54 54

38 114 57 20 81 3 1851 1854

5 22 12 1 11 0 389 367

12 27 12 4 14 0 589 580

1 7 3 1 2 0 116 92

1 1 0 0 0 0 10 8

0 1 2 0 0 0 63 66

8 14 7 0 3 0 355 336

15 39 21 5 16 0 914 886

.395 .342 .368 .250 .198 .000 .494 .478

4 14 2 1 8 0 165 209

3 2 4 1 2 0 89 54

4 32 27 8 25 2 369 318

1 1 0 1 0 0 37 43

.422 .326 .281 .273 .264 .000 .397 .395

0 2 1 0 0 0 21 17

3 3 2 0 1 0 37 33

1 3 21 1 3 47 1 1 41 0 0 1 3 4 48 0 0 1 60 81 1361 52 74 1358

0 1 0 0 0 0 535 514

0 3 2 0 1 0 62 81

1.000 .941 .953 1.000 .980 1.000 .968 .959

Pitching Statistics

Starters ERA 14 Taku, Alex 2.79 21 Roth, Jeff 4.34 35 Filice, Brian 4.70 44 Sandoval, Brandon 5.49 34 Darrah, Jesse 5.64 27 Elrod, Tommy 6.93 13 Buchta, Nick 7.31 25 Baek, Chris 8.60 26 Harrison, Brent 9.82 -------------11 Ramirez, Jose 0.00 10 Crosby, Blake 0.00 36 Fregosi, Eric 6.39 16 York, Trevor 6.75 28 Paine, Trevor 18.00 Totals 6.33 Opponents 6.14

ATT 6 17 20 13 4 7 1 2

W 0 2 1 5 9 4 1 4 0

L 1 3 1 4 2 4 1 6 0

APP 12 17 22 14 14 16 18 17 17

GS CG SHO 2 0 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0-1 13 0 0-1 14 1 0-0 10 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 11 0 0-0 0 0 0-0

SV 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

IP H 19.1 18 37.1 53 30.2 32 77.0 87 83.0 104 62.1 82 44.1 64 52.1 70 18.1 27

R 6 25 19 52 56 55 45 51 23

ER 6 18 16 47 52 48 36 50 20

BB 7 17 8 36 31 29 31 24 12

SO 14 24 27 56 59 45 34 35 9

2B 4 9 3 14 18 10 8 10 4

3B 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1

HR 2 2 3 5 14 12 7 14 3

AB B/AVG WP 69 .261 1 154 .344 6 120 .267 2 304 .286 14 332 .313 7 257 .319 6 196 .327 6 216 .324 3 78 .346 1

HBP 0 2 9 10 3 7 4 7 5

BK 0 1 0 1 0 4 1 1 0

SFA 1 0 1 2 3 3 3 3 1

0 0 1 0 0 27 27

1 0 1 2 1 27 27

1 1 6 5 8 54 54

1 0 0 0 0 54 54

0 2.2 5 0 1.0 1 1 12.2 17 1 6.2 7 1 6.0 13 11 453.2 580 11 452.2 589

5 0 9 5 16 367 389

0 0 9 5 12 319 309

2 0 0 3 9 209 165

2 1 8 1 3 318 369

2 0 3 3 4 92 116

1 1 0 0 1 8 10

0 0 3 1 0 66 63

13 4 54 24 33 1854 1851

0 0 3 3 1 54 89

0 0 0 0 2 10 9

0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 17 33 21 37

0 0 0 0 0 2 2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

.385 .250 .315 .292 .394 .313 .318

0 0 0 0 4 50 47

SHO 0 4 2 6 2 6 3 5 1

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2009 WAC STATISTICS Hitting Statistics Player 7 Wheeler, Tim 10 Crosby, Blake 5 Powers, Josh 1 Martinez, Hunter 21 Roth, Jeff 8 Lamb, Justin 6 Chung, Derrick 15 Hottman, Brent -------------3 Otsuka, Ivan 24 Mezzaneras, Justi 30 Espana, Joe 12 Crouch, Aaron 20 McCarthy, Dan Totals Opponents

AVG .398 .396 .372 .350 .325 .311 .253 .236

GP 22 22 22 22 21 21 20 18

GS 22 22 22 22 21 19 20 18

AB 83 91 86 100 77 74 79 55

R 25 12 18 26 16 12 12 13

H 33 36 32 35 25 23 20 13

2B 8 7 10 3 5 4 2 3

3B 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

HR 6 2 1 2 5 4 2 1

RBI 26 17 22 14 20 16 11 8

TB 63 49 45 48 45 39 28 19

SLG% .759 .538 .523 .480 .584 .527 .354 .345

BB 12 4 5 8 11 3 8 7

HBP 5 2 7 0 6 2 3 8

SO 9 9 21 12 13 18 16 16

GDP 1 4 0 3 2 4 2 0

OB% .490 .424 .427 .398 .438 .354 .344 .400

SF 2 2 5 0 2 0 0 0

SH 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 2

SB ATT PO 2 2 49 0 2 163 4 5 19 1 5 37 0 1 68 0 0 31 1 1 34 1 1 83

.367 .344 .300 .238 .000 .331 .327

17 15 6 15 2 22 22

8 9 2 12 1 22 22

30 32 10 42 2 761 744

5 10 1 8 0 158 181

11 11 3 10 0 252 243

0 3 1 4 0 50 41

1 0 0 0 0 5 3

0 2 0 0 0 25 43

6 7 0 3 0 150 167

13 20 4 14 0 387 419

.433 .625 .400 .333 .000 .509 .563

2 0 1 5 0 66 108

2 3 0 0 1 39 23

4 16 3 12 2 151 119

1 0 1 0 0 18 23

.441 .389 .364 .313 .333 .406 .422

0 1 0 1 0 13 12

2 1 0 1 0 13 17

1 2 15 0 0 1 1 22 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 11 20 549 234 25 15 25 558 206 22

IP 13.2 10.2 40.0 16.1 20.1 32.1 13.1 20.1

Pitching Statistics

L 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 4

APP 7 10 6 7 8 6 6 5

GS CG SHO 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 6 1 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 6 0 0-0 2 0 0-0 5 0 0-0

SV 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

H 13 12 45 23 25 44 20 37

R 4 7 27 13 22 36 15 33

ER 4 5 26 11 17 32 15 26

BB 3 5 18 8 17 21 7 14

SO 6 10 23 9 14 24 11 15

2B 3 2 9 4 5 6 1 3

3B 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

HR 2 1 9 1 5 5 8 10

AB B/AVG WP 47 .277 0 42 .286 0 151 .298 2 64 .359 4 84 .298 4 137 .321 10 58 .345 1 93 .398 3

HBP 0 3 2 1 2 4 2 3

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

SFA 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 3

0 0 0 0 8 14

0 2 0 0 14 8

1 4 8 4 22 22

0 0 0 0 22 22

0 1.0 1 1 5.2 7 0 7.0 13 1 2.1 3 5 183.0 243 7 186.0 252

0 5 11 8 181 158

0 5 10 5 156 136

0 3 4 8 108 66

1 1 4 1 119 151

0 3 4 1 41 50

1 0 0 0 3 5

0 1 1 0 43 25

4 21 31 12 744 761

0 3 2 1 23 39

0 0 0 1 2 2

0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 12 17 13 13

0 0 0 0 1 1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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1.000 .917 .000 .955 1.000 .969 .972

W 0 1 4 0 1 1 1 0

JEFF ROTH

Starters ERA 14 Taku, Alex 2.63 35 Filice, Brian 4.22 34 Darrah, Jesse 5.85 21 Roth, Jeff 6.06 13 Buchta, Nick 7.52 44 Sandoval, Brandon 8.91 25 Baek, Chris 10.12 27 Elrod, Tommy 11.51 -------------10 Crosby, Blake 0.00 16 York, Trevor 7.94 26 Harrison, Brent 12.86 28 Paine, Trevor 19.29 Totals 7.67 Opponents 6.58

A E FLD% 3 0 1.000 11 0 1.000 45 11 .853 51 3 .967 8 0 1.000 2 0 1.000 77 5 .957 15 1 .990

.250 .333 .419 .250 .327 .331

0 0 1 2 27 17

SHO 0 1 1 1 3 5 0 3

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

WAC FINAL STANDINGS OVERALL GAMES

WAC GAMES Team San Jose State* Louisiana Tech* Fresno State*$ New Mexico State* Hawai‘i* Nevada* Sacramento State

W 15 13 12 12 11 10 8

L 7 11 12 12 12 13 14

Pct .682 .542 .500 .500 .478 .435 .364

Hm 10-2 7-5 6-6 6-6 6-6 5-6 3-7

Rd 5-5 6-6 6-6 6-6 5-6 5-7 5-7

Stk W4 L1 W4 W1 W2 L4 L5

W 41 29 32 44 32 25 27

L 20 22 30 17 26 31 27

Pct .672 .569 .516 .721 .552 .446 .500

Hm 27-6 18-6 21-11 29-9 20-15 15-13 17-10

Rd 12-11 11-14 8-16 12-6 8-9 8-14 10-17

Neu 2-3 0-2 3-3 3-2 4-2 2-4 0-0

Stk L1 L2 L2 L2 L1 L6 L6

*Advanced to the WAC postseason tournament. $Conference Tournament champion.

BRANDON SANDOVAL

WAC TEAM BATTING Team New Mexico State San Jose State Louisiana Tech Sacramento State Nevada Fresno State Hawai`i Totals

G 61 61 51 54 56 62 58 201

Avg .353 .339 .323 .317 .287 .283 .278 .312

AB 2186 2131 1803 1851 1939 2085 1938 13933

R 668 472 438 389 349 453 346 3115

H 772 723 582 587 556 591 539 4350

2B 151 135 104 116 115 112 115 848

3B 15 10 10 10 16 9 12 82

HR 119 43 92 63 44 89 64 514

BB 416 229 198 165 211 332 234 1785

SO 436 214 308 369 360 472 384 2543

SB-ATT 61-72 36-61 60-83 60-81 51-72 44-71 38-57 350-497

WAC TEAM PITCHING Team San Jose State Fresno State Hawai`i Nevada New Mexico State Sacramento State Louisiana Tech Totals

G 61 62 58 56 61 54 51 201

ERA 4.66 5.61 5.74 6.14 6.28 6.33 7.24 5.96

W 41 32 32 25 44 27 29 230

L 20 30 26 31 17 27 22 173

SV 17 10 10 8 15 11 8 79

IP 531 534 510 487 523 453.2 437.2 3476.1

H 546 677 632 585 665 580 568 4253

R 302 417 376 377 432 367 405 2676

ER 275 333 325 332 365 319 352 2301

BB 210 218 177 242 247 209 259 1562

SO 453 374 350 342 446 318 353 2636

WAC TEAM FIELDING Team San Jose State Hawai`i Sacramento State New Mexico State Nevada Fresno State Louisiana Tech Totals

G 61 58 54 61 56 62 51 201

PO 1593 1530 1361 1569 1461 1600 1313 10427

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A 643 715 535 701 629 681 487 4391

E 51 58 62 76 70 86 72 475

Pct. .978 .975 .968 .968 .968 .964 .962 .969

DP 54 65 55 69 71 59 47 420

PB 11 13 13 8 6 5 15 71

SBA-ATT 34-63 45-74 52-74 25-48 39-67 39-63 45-60 279-449

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WAC STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL HITTING Team

G

Avg

AB

R

H

RBI

2B

3B

HR

BB

Sodders, Mike-NMSU Marquez, Bryan-NMSU Bruns, Jacob-SJSU Aguirre, Leo-NMSU Crosby, Blake-SAC Bellows, Kyle-SJSU Valine, Corey-SJSU Dageford, Devon-LTU Winn, Kevin-LTU Wheeler, Tim-SAC Muno, Danny-FS Martin, Jason-SJSU Thomas, Patrick-LTU Kersten, Chris-LTU Farnham, Jeffrey-NMSU Reynoso, Wade-NMSU Martinez, Hunter-SAC Powers, Josh-SAC

50 60 51 49 54 59 48 51 51 54 62 61 50 50 57 60 54 54

.422 .414 .399 .398 .397 .389 .387 .385 .380 .380 .379 .376 .372 .372 .371 .370 .364 .358

187 215 178 166 209 239 186 195 213 200 224 229 207 191 237 230 239 212

55 83 47 43 36 62 30 59 51 59 74 68 58 49 70 56 67 41

79 89 71 66 83 93 72 75 81 76 85 86 77 71 88 85 87 76

68 85 42 47 47 57 46 68 63 72 41 45 47 58 76 68 32 44

19 14 16 11 9 16 11 18 19 16 25 11 12 20 16 16 11 26

2 1 1 3 1 4 0 3 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 0

13 22 7 8 4 10 7 23 9 18 3 5 7 18 13 11 5 3

26 49 18 29 13 15 13 18 24 29 64 26 23 17 40 32 17 9

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Team Berner, David-SJSU Kramer, Jayson-UH Shopshire, Ryan-SJSU Sprague, Holden-FS Sisto, Matthew-UH Peterson, Max-SJSU Simon, Daniel-NMSU Achelpohl, Derek-NEV Morse, Matt-FS Benny, Derek-FS Klein, Nathaniel-UH Sandoval, Brandon-SAC Darrah, Jesse-SAC Jordan, Jared-NMSU Garcia, Chris-NEV

App 13 15 14 23 14 15 15 15 19 16 11 14 14 15 14

ERA 3.20 3.47 4.04 4.20 4.37 4.55 4.55 4.58 4.72 5.09 5.10 5.49 5.64 5.71 6.02

W-L 7-2 5-4 6-1 7-4 5-4 7-1 9-1 4-6 4-3 4-4 3-4 5-4 9-2 7-3 4-6

SV 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

IP 95.2 93.1 62.1 98.2 82.1 65.1 87.0 74.2 80.0 86.2 60.0 77.0 83.0 69.1 80.2

H 84 98 59 104 104 61 97 103 97 101 69 86 104 85 81

R 43 46 29 56 48 33 54 45 57 59 38 52 56 46 57

ER 34 36 28 46 40 33 44 38 42 49 34 47 52 44 54

BB 15 22 30 19 14 37 38 16 26 22 13 36 31 30 52

SO 84 45 69 67 50 62 71 58 50 58 47 56 59 53 57

Name Tim Wheeler Kolten Wong Devon Dageford Dusty Robinson Kevin Macdonald Danny Muno Tom Mendonca Kyle Bellows Bryan Marquez Travis Simas Nick Melino Matt Bowman Ryan Shopshire Jayson Kramer David Berner Holden Sprague

SECOND TEAM Yr. Pos. Jr. OF Fr. OF Jr. OF Fr. OF Jr. 1B So. 2B Jr. 3B Jr. SS Sr. SS Sr. C Fr. DH Sr. UTL Sr. SP Sr. SP Sr. SP Sr. RP

Team Sacramento State Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State San Jose State New Mexico State Nevada Nevada Nevada San Jose State Hawai‘i San Jose State Fresno State

Name Jason Martin Nate Shaver Westley Moss Patrick Thomas Shaun Kort Hunter Martinez Corey Valine Greg Garcia Jeff Farnham Mike Sodders Chris Kersten Daniel Simon Jesse Darrah Derek Achelpohl Daniel Tinlin

Yr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. OF OF OF OF 1B 2B 3B SS C DH UTL SP SP SP RP

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RUNS SCORED Marquez, Bryan-NMSU ............................83 Muno, Danny-FS .........................................74 Stout, Richard-NMSU ................................73 Shaver, Nate-NMSU ..................................71 Farnham, Jeffrey-NMSU...........................70 RUNS BATTED IN Marquez, Bryan-NMSU ............................85 Mendonca, Tommy-FS ...............................78 Farnham, Jeffrey-NMSU...........................76 Wheeler, Tim-SAC ...............................72 3 tied with 68 RBI(s) DOUBLES Powers, Josh-SAC ...............................26 Muno, Danny-FS .........................................25 Bowman, Matt-NEV ...................................22 Wong, Kolten-UH .......................................21 Kersten, Chris-LTU ......................................20 TRIPLES Garcia, Greg-UH......................................... 5 Bellows, Kyle-SJSU....................................... 4 7 tied with 3 triple(s) HOME RUNS Mendonca, Tommy-FS ...............................27 Dageford, Devon-LTU ...............................23 Marquez, Bryan-NMSU ............................22 Wheeler, Tim-SAC ...............................18 Kersten, Chris-LTU ......................................18 TOTAL BASES Marquez, Bryan-NMSU ......................... 171 Dageford, Devon-LTU ............................ 168 Mendonca, Tommy-FS ............................ 168 Wheeler, Tim-SAC .............................152 Kersten, Chris-LTU ................................... 149 STOLEN BASES Stout, Richard-NMSU ......................... 23-27 Grunenwald, Nick-LTU ....................... 19-25 Farnham, Jeffrey-NMSU.................... 18-21 3 tied with 15 stolen bases

WAC HONORS FIRST TEAM

HITS Bellows, Kyle-SJSU.....................................93 Marquez, Bryan-NMSU ............................89 Farnham, Jeffrey-NMSU...........................88 Martinez, Hunter-SAC .........................87 Martin, Jason-SJSU ....................................86

Team San Jose State New Mexico State Nevada Louisiana Tech Nevada Sacramento State San Jose State Hawai‘i New Mexico State New Mexico State Louisiana Tech New Mexico State Sacramento State Nevada Nevada

STRIKEOUTS Berner, David-SJSU ...................................84 Simon, Daniel-NMSU .................................71 Shopshire, Ryan-SJSU ................................69 Sturdevant, Tyler-NMSU ...........................69 2 tied with 67 strikeouts WAC Player of the Year: Tom Mendonca, Jr., Fresno State WAC Pitcher of the Year: Ryan Shopshire, Sr., San Jose State WAC Freshman of the Year: Kolten Wong, OF, Hawai‘i WAC Coach of the Year: Sam Piraro, San Jose State

HORNET SUPERLATIVES 2009 TEAM SUPERLATIVES

Team Batting At bats: .................. 44, vs New Mexico State (Apr 04, 2009) Runs scored:...............................18, vs Cornell (Mar 21, 2009) ................................. 18, vs New Mexico State (Apr 04, 2009) Hits: .......................................................................... 17, (4 games) RBIs: ........................ 17, vs New Mexico State (Apr 04, 2009) Doubles: ....................5, vs New Mexico State (Apr 04, 2009) ................................................5, vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) ............................................. 5, vs Fresno State (May 14, 2009) Triples: .........................................2, vs Cal Poly (Feb 28, 2009) .........................................2, vs San Jose State (May 03, 2009) .....................................................2, vs Nevada (May 09, 2009) Home runs: ............................6, vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) .....................................................6, vs Nevada (May 08, 2009) Total bases: ....................... 39, vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) Walks: ......................................... 8, vs Oregon (Mar 24, 2009) ........................................... 8, vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 24, 2009) Strikeouts: ................................. 12, vs Arizona (Feb 20, 2009) ................................................... 12, vs Cal Poly (Feb 28, 2009) .........................................12, vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 25, 2009) Sac bunts: ...........................4, vs Saint Mary’s (Mar 07, 2009) Sac flies:.....................................................................2, (6 games) Stolen bases: ..................6, vs Menlo College (Mar 28, 2009) Hit by pitch: ..............5, vs New Mexico State (Apr 05, 2009) ................................................5, vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) ........................................... 5, vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 24, 2009) Caught stealing: .................................................... 1, (21 games) Runners LOB: .................15, vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 24, 2009) Hit into DP: .............................................................. 3, (7 games ) Team Fielding Putouts: ........................... 33, vs San Francisco (Mar 17, 2009) Assists: ..................................... 17, vs Nevada (May 08, 2009) Errors: ................................. 5, vs Fresno State (May 14, 2009) Passed balls: ..............................4, vs Cal Poly (Feb 27, 2009) DPs turned: ...................... 4, vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 25, 2009) Team Pitching Innings pitched: ..........11.0, vs San Francisco (Mar 17, 2009) Runs allowed: ........ 15, vs New Mexico State (Apr 05, 2009) ...............................................15, vs California (May 12, 2009) ...........................................15, vs Fresno State (May 14, 2009) Earned runs: ........................14, vs California (May 12, 2009) Walks allowed:..... 11, vs New Mexico State (Apr 05, 2009) .................................................. 11, vs Nevada (May 09, 2009) Strikeouts: .............. 12, vs New Mexico State (Apr 03, 2009) Hits allowed: .................. 19, vs San Francisco (Apr 14, 2009) Doubles allowed: .......................5, vs Arizona (Feb 22, 2009) Triples allowed: ........................................................1, (8 games) Homers allowed: ............ 5, vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 27, 2009) Wild pitches: .............................................................3, (4 games) Hit batters: ..................................4, vs Arizona (Feb 22, 2009)

2009 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES

Individual Batting At bats: ................................................................................6, (8 games) Runs scored:..4,Wheeler, Tim vs New Mexico State (Apr 04, 2009) ...................... 4, Powers, Josh vs New Mexico State (Apr 04, 2009) ........................................4, Lamb, Justin vs Nevada (May 08, 2009) Hits: ............ 5, Martinez, Hunter vs Menlo College (Mar 28, 2009) ............................... 5, Martinez, Hunter vs Nevada (May 08, 2009) RBIs: ..................... 8, Wheeler, Tim vs Saint Mary’s (Mar 08, 2009) Doubles: ................................................................................2, (9 games Triples: ..............................................................................1, (10 games ) Home runs: .......... 3, Wheeler, Tim vs Saint Mary’s (Mar 08, 2009) .................................3, Wheeler, Tim vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) Total bases: ......12, Wheeler, Tim vs Saint Mary’s (Mar 08, 2009) .............................. 12, Wheeler, Tim vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) Walks: ........................... 3, Lamb, Justin vs Cal Poly (Mar 01, 2009) ............................3, Wheeler, Tim vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 24, 2009) ..............................3, Wheeler, Tim vs Fresno State (May 16, 2009) Strikeouts: ....................... 4, Lamb, Justin vs Arizona (Feb 20, 2009) Sac hits: .........2, Martinez, Hunter vs Saint Mary’s (Mar 07, 2009) ............................2, Crosby, Blake vs San Francisco (Mar 17, 2009) Sac flies:...... 2, Powers, Josh vs New Mexico State (Apr 03, 2009) Stolen bases: .. 3, Chung, Derrick vs Menlo College (Mar 29, 2009) Hit by pitch: ... 3, Hottman, Brent vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 24, 2009) Caught stealing: .............................................................. 1, (21 games) Runners LOB: ... 7, Crosby, Blake vs Louisiana Tech (Apr 24, 2009) Individual Fielding Putouts: .......... 13, Crosby, Blake vs Nevada (May 08, 2009) Assists: ............ 8, Chung, Derrick vs Nevada (May 10, 2009) Errors: ..........4, Powers, Josh vs Fresno State (May 14, 2009) Passed balls: ..4, Hottman, Brent vs Cal Poly (Feb 27, 2009) Individual Pitching Innings pitched: . 9.0, Elrod, Tommy vs UC Davis (Mar 15, 2009) Runs allowed: ...10, Sandoval, Brandon vs New Mexico State (Apr 04, 2009) ........................10, Elrod, Tommy vs Fresno State (May 14, 2009) Earned runs: ...........8, Elrod, Tommy vs Nevada (May 08, 2009) Walks allowed:.. 6, Darrah, Jesse vs Fresno State (May 16, 2009) Strikeouts: .................9, Darrah, Jesse vs Cornell (Mar 19, 2009) .................... 9, Baek, Chris vs New Mexico State (Apr 03, 2009) Hits allowed: ...12, Sandoval, Brandon vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) Doubles allowed: .4, Elrod, Tommy vs Menlo College (Mar 29, 2009) .................. 4, Sandoval, Brandon vs Utah Valley (Apr 11, 2009) Triples allowed: ..............................................................1, (8 games) Homers allowed: ............................................................3, (4 games) Wild pitches: ..3, Sandoval, Brandon vs Hawai’i (Apr 18, 2009) Hit batters: ................................................................... 2, (10 games)

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Hornets When... Total ............................. 27-27 Conference ....................8-14 Non-Conf .................... 19-13 Home ........................... 17-10 Away ........................... 10-17 Neutral ............................. 0-0 Day .............................. 25-19 Night ................................. 2-8 vs Left ............................... 6-3 vs Right ........................ 21-24 1-Run games ................... 4-7 2-Run games ................... 4-3 5+Run games............. 12-11 Extra inns ......................... 1-0 Shutouts ............................ 1-1 Scoring 0-2 runs ............. 1-6 Scoring 3-5 runs ...........3-11 Scoring 6-9 runs ........ 10-10 Scoring 10+ runs .........13-0 Opponent 0-2 runs ........ 7-0 Opponent 3-5 runs ........ 9-3 Opponent 6-9 runs ......9-13 Opponent 10+ runs ....2-11 Scored in 1st inning .. 14-10 Scores first .....................16-8 Opp. scores first ........ 11-19 After 6 leading ............25-5 After 6 trailing .............2-20 After 6 tied ..................... 0-2 After 7 leading ............18-5 After 7 trailing .............1-19 After 7 tied ..................... 2-0 After 8 leading ............21-4 After 8 trailing .............0-19 After 8 tied ..................... 0-0 Hit 0 home runs ............8-16 Hit 1 home run ................ 7-9 Hit 2+ home runs .........12-2 Opponent 0 home runs11-6 Opponent 1 home run .9-10 Opponent 2+ HRs........7-11 Made 0 errors ..............13-6 Made 1 error.................. 8-8 Made 2+ errors ...........6-13 Opp. made 0 errors ....5-10 Opp. made 1 error .....6-10 Opp. made 2+ errors .16-7 Out-hit opponent..........20-7 Out-hit by opponent ....4-17 Hits are tied .................... 3-3

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At-Bats

Batting Average

Season

1. Taylor Watanabee, 4/22/07 ..................7 Brian Conradi, 3/1/05 .............................7 Chris Kinsey, 4/17/03 ...............................7 Bret LeVier, 2/9/02 ...................................7 Aurelio Jackson, 5/16/98 ........................7 Aurelio Jackson, 4/25/98 ........................7 Brandon Marshall, 1/30/98 ....................7 Shawn McGuire, 3/8/97 ..........................7 Mike Pruett, 4/6/97 ..................................7 Jason Bolton, 4/6/97 ................................7

Minimum 140 at bats 1. Kevin Kobza, 1985................................465 2. Mark Gieseke, 1988 .............................449 3. Deron Curran, 1985 ..............................442 4. Lashelle Tarver, 1980............................430 5. Kevin Creamer, 1987 ............................407 6. Mikela Olsen, 2003...............................404 7. Dan Ferreira, 1990 ...............................400 8. Brandon Marshall, 1998 ......................398 9. Blake Crosby, 2009 ...............................397 10. Jesse Schmidt, 2003 ...........................389

Career

1. Kevin Ohama, 1986 ..............................254 2. Brandon Marshall, 1998 ......................249 3. Jack Arroyo, 2004 .................................248 4. Rafael Maldonado, 1991 ....................247 5. Jesse Krebs, 2000..................................243 6. Jason Bolton, 1998 ................................236 7. Jim Strombach, 2005 ............................234 8. Ryan Blair, 2008 ....................................230 9. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 .............................227 Mike Carpentier, 1994 .........................227

Career

Career

1. David Flores, 2005-08 .........................719 2. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 ...............713 3. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 ........................651 4. Jim Strombach, 2003-06......................631 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 .........................618 6. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ...........................606 7. Bret LeVier, 2002-04 ............................600 8. Jason Quintel, 1994-97........................585 9. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 ....................525 10. Brian Blauser, 2003-06 ......................521

Minimum 250 at bats 1. Kevin Kobza, 1984-85 .........................421 2. Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 ......................408 3. Ray Brown, 1993-94 .............................380 4. Deron Curran, 1985-86........................379 5. Dan Ferreira, 1990-91 .........................373 6. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 ................364 7. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 ......................363 8. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 .......................362 9. Brian Hewitt, 1988-89 ..........................352 10. Derek Brown, 1994-95 ......................348 Bobby Haase, 1983-85 ......................348 Kevin Creamer, 1987-88 ....................348 13. Josh Payne, 1997-98 ..........................347 14. Casey Simpson, 1991-92 ..................343 15. Davell Rainey, 1982-83 .....................342 16. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 ......................341 17. Hunter Martinez, 2008-09 ................340 18. Carlos Morales, 2000-01 ..................337 19. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 .......................334 20. Bob Gonzales, 1984-85 ....................332

Hits

Runs Batted In

1. Brandon Marshall, 4/29/98 ....................6 2. David Flores, 4/7/06 ................................5 Craig Johnson, 3/26/04 ...........................5 Jesse Schmidt, 4/18/03 ...........................5 Everet Rincon, 3/16/02 ............................5 Aurelio Jackson, 1/27/01 ........................5 Aurelio Jackson, 5/5/01...........................5 Mike Butler, 4/25/00 ................................5 Jesse Krebs, 3/14/00 ...............................5 Jesse Krebs, 2/9/00 ..................................5 Jesse Krebs, 5/2/99 ..................................5 Aurelio Jackson, 5/2/99 ...........................5 Bill Hoover, 4/25/98 .................................5 Brandon Marshall, 4/12/98 ....................5 Ray Brown, 4/23/94 .................................5 Ray Brown, 4/18/83 .................................5

1. Josh Payne, 3/8/97 ...................................9 2. Tim Wheeler, 3/8/09 ................................8 Chris Kinsey, 3/16/02 ...............................8 4. Dan Elorduy, 4/25/98...............................7 Dan Elorduy, 3/15/98 ..............................7 Harvey Hargrove, 5/4/97 .......................7 7. Tim Wheeler, 4/11/09 .......................... 6 Gabe Jacobo, 4/3/08........................... 6 Gabe Jacobo, 5/10/08 ........................ 6 Gabe Jacobo, 5/1/07........................... 6 Chris Kinsey, 3/17/03 ............................ 6 Mikela Olsen, 3/15/03 ......................... 6

Game

Season

Game

Season

1. Tim Wheeler, 2009 ...............................72 2. Jason Bolton, 1998 ................................68 3. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 .............................66 Mikela Olsen, 2003 ..............................66 5. Deron Curran, 1986 ..............................65 6. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 ...........................64 Kevin Kobza, 1985 ...............................64 8. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 .......................62 9. Chris Kinsey, 2002 .................................60 10. Steve Thobe, 1994 ..............................58

1. Kevin Kobza, 1985................................101 2. Brandon Marshall, 1998 ........................ 99 3. Hunter Martinez, 2009 ........................... 88 Mikela Olsen, 2003 ................................ 88 5. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 ............................... 86 Lashelle Tarver, 1980 ............................. 86 7. Blake Crosby, 2009 ................................. 83 Jason Bolton, 1998 .................................. 83 Career Mark Gieseke, 1988............................... 83 1. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 ...................... 142 10. David Flores, 2008 ............................... 82 2. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 ................. 135 3. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ........................ 128 Career 4. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 .................... 113 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 ...............229 5. David Flores, 2005-08 ...................... 108 2. David Flores, 2005-08 .........................226 6. Derek Brown, 1994-95 ...................... 104 3. Tim Wheeleer, 2007-09 .......................211 7. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 ............. 102 4. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ...........................182 8. Bret LeVier, 2002-04 ......................... 100 5. Jim Strombach, 2003-06......................173 9. Deron Curran, 1985-86........................98 6. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 .......................170 10. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 .......................95 7. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 ................168 8. Jason Quintel, 1994-97........................166 Runs 9. Blake Crosby, 2007-09 ........................164 Game 10. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 ..............157 1. Shawn McGuire, 3/8/97 ....................... 6 2. Brandon Marshall, Twice ......................... 5 Josh Payne, 4/25/98 ............................. 5 Pete Gascon, 3/8/97 ............................. 5 5. 19 Players ................................................. 4

1. Brandon Marshall, 1998 ......................70 2. Josh Payne, 1998 ...................................68 3. Hunter Martinez, 2009 .........................67 4. Bobby Haase, 1985 ..............................63 5. Kevin Ohama, 1986 ..............................62 6. Tim Wheeler, 2009 ...............................59 7. Lashelle Tarver, 1980............................57 8. Jack Arroyo, 2004 .................................56 Mike Carpentier, 1994 .........................56 Deron Curran, 1986 ..............................56 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 ............ 138 2. David Flores, 2005-08 ...................... 128 3. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 ...................... 126 4. Mike Carpentier, 1993-95................ 115 5. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 ............. 114 6. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 ................... 107 7. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 ..................... 103 8. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 ................99 9. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 .......................98 Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ..........................98

Stolen Bases Game

1. Matt Martinez, 5/15/92 ..........................4 Robert Randall, 3/10/92 .........................4 Steve Kristy, 2/25/92 ...............................4 Kevin Reali, 2/24/90 ................................4 Eric Vorbeck, 2/3/90 ...............................4 6. Jim Strombach, 5/14/04 ..........................3 Aurelio Jackson, 5/29/01 ........................3 Aurelio Jackson, 3/24/01 ........................3 Aurelio Jackson, 1/25/01 ........................3 Aurelio Jackson, 4/29/00 ........................3 Aurelio Jackson, 4/29/98 ........................3 Pete Gascon, 5/10/97 .............................3 Robert Randall, 4/27/93 .........................3

Season

1. Kevin Ohama, 1986 ..........................49-61 2. Doug Eastman, 1986 .........................48-57 3. Aurelio Jackson, 2001 ......................44-60 4. Robert Randall, 1992 .......................40-51 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981 ....................40-47 6. Matt Martinez, 1992 ........................39-52 Buddy Thomas, 1984 ........................39-42 8. Matt Martinez, 1993 ........................36-49 9. John McCaustlin, 1991 ......................35-44 10. Eric Vorbeck, 1991 .........................33-40

Career

1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 ............. 85-123 2. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 ............... 75-101 3. Robert Randall, 1990-93 .................71-91 4. Kevin Ohama, 1986-87 ...................64-77 5. Buddy Thomas, 1983-84 ..................56-62 6. Eric Vorbeck, 1990-91 .....................52-65 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981-82 .............52-67 8. Doug Eastman, 1986 .........................48-57 9. Jim Strombach, 2003-06..................47-54 John McCaustlin, 1990-91 ...............47-64

Doubles Game

1. Daryl Grant, 1/27/01 ..............................3 Mike Butler, 4/25/00 ................................3 Bill Hoover, 4/25/98 .................................3 Brian Gilman, 5/2/98 ...............................3 Harvey Hargrove, 5/8/96 .......................3 Greg Heitz, 4/14/96 ................................3 Jason Quintel, 5/12/95 ............................3 Ray Brown, 4/6/93....................................3 9. By Many ........................................................2

Season

1. Kevin Kobza, 1985.................................. 27 2. Josh Powers, 2009 ............................26 David Flores, 2008.................................. 26 4. Mark Gieseke, 1988 ............................... 23 5. John McConologue, 1986 ....................... 22

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Season

Season

JIM STROMBACH

Game

BRANDON MARSHALL

HITTING RECORDS

HITTING RECORDS 6. Joe Evans, 2000-02 ................................ 23 Derek Brown, 1994-95........................... 23 8. Dan Elorduy, 1995, 97-98 ..................... 22 9. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 ........................... 20 Josh Kirtlan, 1993-94 ............................. 20

Career

1. Jason Bolton, 1998 .................................. 68 2. Deron Curran, 1986 ................................ 65 3. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 ............................. 64 Kevin Kobza, 1985 ................................. 64 5. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 ......................... 62 6. Steve Thobe, 1994 .................................. 58 7. Derek Brown, 1994 ................................. 56 8. James Nutt, 1985..................................... 55 9. Kevin Smallcomb, 1982 .......................... 54 10. Brandon Marshall, 1998 ...................... 52 Season Steve Eakes, 1981 ................................ 52 1. Buddy Morales, 2006 ............................. 19 Carlos Morales, 2000 ............................. 19 Career Dan Vetter, 1995 ..................................... 19 1. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 ....................135 4. Gary Johnson, 2006................................ 18 2. Kenny Smallcomb, 1981-82 ................105 5. Tim Wheeler, 2009.................................. 17 3. Derek Brown, 1994-95 .........................104 Aurelio Jackson, 2001 ............................ 17 4. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 ................102 7. Brent Hottman, 2009 .........................14 5. Deron Curran, 1985-86.......................... 98 Josh Powers, 2009 ............................14 6. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 ........................... 95 9. Gary Johnson, 2007................................ 13 7. Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 ........................ 93 Deron Curran, 1986 ................................ 13 8. Dan Elorduy, 1995, 97-98 ..................... 91 9. Casey Simpson, 1990-91 ....................... 90 Career 10. Josh Payne, 1997-98 ............................ 86 1. David Flores, 2005-08 .....................39 2. Carlos Morales, 2000-01 ................36 Sacrifices 3. Blake Crosby, 2007-09 ....................32 Season 4. Gary Johnson, 2006-07 ...................31 1. Blake Crosby, 2008 ................................. 13 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 .....................30 2. Everet Rincon, 2006................................. 11 6. Dan Vetter, 1994-95.........................29 3. Blake Crosby, 2007 ................................. 10 7. Buddy Morales, 2004-06.................27 Craig Johnson, 2004 ............................... 10 8. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 ................26 Everet Rincon, 2002 ................................ 10 9. Matt Wilson, 2001-05 ......................21 John McCaustlin, 1991............................ 10 10. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ....................18 Tom Avila, 1984 ....................................... 10 Deron Cuuran, 1985-86..................18 8. Ryan Blair, 2008 .........................................9 Gary Johnson, 2006 ..................................9 Multi-Hit Games Jim Strombach, 2006 .................................9 (Season) Tito Barba, 2001 ........................................9 Brandon Marshall.................... 28 in 1998 Aurelio Jackson, 2000 ...............................9 Armando Balderramos........... 28 in 1995 Matt Potulny, 1982 .....................................9 Gabe Jacobo .......................... 27 in 2008 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981 .............................9 Derek Brown ........................... 27 in 1994 Jesse Krebs............................... 26 in 2000 Career Mike Carpentier ..................... 26 in 1994 1. Everet Rincon, 2002-06. ......................... 34 Blake Crosby ............................ 25 in 2009 2. Blake Crosby, 2007-09. ......................... 31 Hunter Martinez ...................... 25 in 2009 3. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 ...................... 18 David Flores ............................. 25 in 2008 4. Jim Strombach, 2003-06........................ 16 Gabe Jacobo .......................... 25 in 2007 5. Ryan Kato, 1989-90................................ 13 Mikela Olsen ............................ 25 in 2003 Devall Rainey, 1982-83 ......................... 13 Josh Kirtlan .............................. 25 in 1994 Lorenzo Lesky, 1987-88 ......................... 13 Josh Powers .............................. 24 in 2009 Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 ........................ 13 Josh Payne ................................ 24 in 1998 9. Kevin Smallcomb, 1981-82.................... 12 Rafael Maldonado ................ 24 in 1991 Tom Avila, 1984-85 ................................ 12

1. David Flores, 2005-08 .........................57 2. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ...........................38 3. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 .........................37 4. Brian Blauser, 2003-06 ........................35 Jim Strombach, 2003-06 .....................35 Jason Quintel, 1994-97 .......................35 Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 ......................35 8. Derek Brown, 1994-95 .........................33 John McConologue, 1985-86 ..............33 10. Deron Curran, 1985-86 .....................32 Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 ...............32 Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 ..............32 Carlos Morales, 2000-01 ...................32 Bret LeVier, 2002-04 ..........................32

Triples Game

1. John Acha, 4/5/03 ................................. 2 2. By Many ..................................................... 1

Season

1. Lashelle Tarver, 1980.................................9 2. Steve Eakes, 1981 ......................................8 3. Val King, 1984 ............................................7 4. Steve Kristy, 1992 ......................................6 Bob Crump, 1986 .......................................6 Deron Curran, 1986 ...................................6 7. Ryan Blair, 2007 .........................................5 Mike Friedland, 1990 ................................5 Danny Glorioso, 1980 ...............................5 10. Nine Players ..............................................4

Career

1. Lashelle Tarver, 1980.................................9 Bob Crump, 1985-86.................................9 3. Steve Eakes, 1981 ......................................8 4. Tim Wheeler 2007-Pres. ...........................7 Jim Strombach, 2003-06 ..........................7 Val King, 1984 ............................................7 7. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 .........................6 Steve Kristy, 1992 ......................................6 Deron Curran, 1985-86 ............................6 Bobby Haase, 1983-85 ............................6

Home Runs Game

1. Tim Wheeler, 3/8/09 ................................3 Tim Wheeler, 4/11/09 .............................3 Gabe Jacobo, 4/3/08..............................3 Jesse Schmidt, 4/18/03 ...........................3 Chris Kinsey, 3/16/02 ...............................3 6. By Many ........................................................2

Season

1. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 ......................... 26 2. Tim Wheeler, 2009.................................. 18 Josh Payne, 1998..................................... 18 4. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 ............................. 17 5. Mikela Olsen, 2003................................. 16 Jesse Schmidt, 2003................................ 16 Chris Kinsey, 2002 ................................... 16 8. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 ............................... 15 9. Gabe Jacobo, 2007 ............................... 14 Joe Evans, 2001 ....................................... 14 Dan Elorduy, 1998 .................................. 14 Derek Brown, 1994 ................................. 14 Steve Thobe, 1994 .................................. 14

Career

1. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 .................. 35 2. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ............................. 30 Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 ...................... 30 4. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 ......................... 29 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 ........................... 27

Walks Season

Hit By Pitch Game

1. Brent Hottman, 4/4/09.........................3 Travis Kirkman, 3/21/08 ..........................3 Buddy Morales, 4/22/06 .........................3 Buddy Morales, 4/7/06 ...........................3 Bobby Ciani, 4/17/03 ..............................3 Aurelio Jackson, 3/18/00 ........................3 7. Blake Crosby, 4/14/09 .............................2 Josh Powers, 4/4/09 ...........................2 Tim Wheeler, 2/27/09 .............................2 Tim Wheeler, 3/28/09 .............................2 Tim Wheeler, 5/16/09 .............................2 Blake Crosby, 3/21/08.............................2 Blake Crosby, 3/22/08.............................2 Blake Crosby, 4/26/08.............................2 Blake Crosby, 5/18/08.............................2 David Flores, 3/8/08 ................................2 Patrick Cummings, 3/17/07 .....................2 Gary Johnson, 4/13/07 ...........................2 Gary Johnson, 5/11/07 ...........................2 Gary Johnson, 5/16/07 ...........................2

Matt Wilson, 5/13/05 ..............................2 Matt Wilson, 3/25/05 ..............................2 Jack Arroyo, 5/2/04 .................................2 Craig Johnson, 5/1/04 .............................2 Buddy Morales, 3/26/04 .........................2 Matt Wilson, 3/22/04 ..............................2 Chris Kinsey, 4/16/03 ...............................2 Tim Reimer, 2/2/03 ...................................2 Tito Barba, 4/14/02 .................................2 Casey Fuller, 3/9/02 .................................2 Aurelio Jackson, 5/1/01...........................2 Aurelio Jackson, 4/22/01 ........................2 Aurelio Jackson, 3/8/01...........................2 Michael Ford, 5/15/99 ............................2 Omar Prieto, 4/20/99 ..............................2 Brian McCall, 5/2/97 ...............................2

Grand Slams

Tim Wheeler vs. Utah Valley .... 4/11/09 Blake Crosby at Oregon ........... 3/24/09 Jeff Roth vs. Cornell ................... 3/21/09 Tim Wheeler vs. Saint Mary’s ......3/8/09 Brent Hottman vs. FSU .............5/16/08 Tim Wheeler vs. Hawai’i ............ 3/29/08 Bret LeVier at WSU ................... 5/11/03 Jesse Schmidt vs. H-Hilo............. 4/26/03 Chris Kinsey vs. Dartmouth ........ 3/17/03 Rick Gonzalez at CSF .................. 4/8/00 Josh Payne at NMSU .................... 5/9/98 Jason Bolton at USF ................... 3/17/98 Dan Elorduy vs. Nev .................. 3/15/98 Mike Dominisse at CSN ............. 2/12/98 Joel Walker vs. Nev ..................... 5/2/97 Jason Moore vs. FSU ................. 5/14/95 Erik Cooper vs. UOP.................. 4/27/94 Erik Cooper vs. UCD .................. 4/10/94 Ray Brown vs. Nev ........................ 3/8/94 Will Fitzpatrick vs. Valpo ........... 3/2/93 Will Fitzpatrick vs. SMC .......... 2/13/93 Tony Turnbull vs. SUU ................ 3/29/92 Steve Kristy vs. UCD ................. 3/17/92

Multiple HR Games

Justin Lamb at Nevada ...............5/8/09 Tim Wheeler vs. San Jose State..... 5/3/09 Tim Wheeler at Hawai’i ................4/19/09 Tim Wheeler (3) vs. Utah Valley ..4/11/09 Justin Lamb vs. Menlo ..............3/28/09 Tim Wheeler (3) vs. Saint Mary’s .. 3/8/09 David Flores at Nevada ............. 5/11/08 Brian Boyd vs. Hawai’i-Hilo ........ 4/18/08 David Flores at UC Davis ........... 4/15/08 Ryan Blair at La. Tech.....................4/5/08 Wes Oberlin at La. Tech ................4/5/08 Gabe Jacobo at La. Tech (3) .......4/3/08 Gabe Jacobo at Pacific .................5/1/07 Jack Arroyo vs. USF ........................5/4/04 Brian Blauser vs. USF ......................5/4/04 Pedro Santiago at Nevada ....... 4/20/04 John Acha at UC San Diego .........2/7/04

Mikela Olsen vs. Arizona ............ 4/28/03 Mikela Olsen vs. Dartmouth ...... 3/15/03 Mikela Olsen vs. UCD ............... 3/11/03 Jesse Schmidt vs. Hilo ................ 4/26/03 Jesse Schmidt at Centenary (3) ..........4/18/03 Jesse Schmidt at Nevada ............ 4/8/03 Joe Evans vs. Pacific ................... 5/26/02 Bret LeVier vs. UCR.................... 4/14/02 Chris Kinsey at Cal Poly (3) ........ 3/16/02 Joe Evans vs. WSU ....................... 3/9/02 Chris Kinsey at Hawai’i ................ 2/8/02 Joe Evans vs. Santa Clara ........ 4/24/01 Tim Maghan vs. Nevada .......... 4/17/01 Joe Evans vs. UCR ...................... 3/24/01 Chris Kinsey vs. SMC ................. 2/23/01 Joe Evans vs. SFSU ..................... 2/17/01 Daniel Harkness vs. CSF ........... 3/20/99 Mike Dominisse at NMSU ......... 5/10/98 Dan Elorduy vs. UCD ................. 4/29/98 Mike Dominisse at UOP ............ 4/26/98 Brian Gilman vs. LBSU .................. 4/4/98 Dan Elorduy vs. UCD .................... 4/1/98 Jason Bolton vs. NMSU.............. 3/20/98 Dan Elorduy vs. Nevada........... 3/15/98 Dan Elorduy vs. Nevada........... 3/14/98 Josh Payne vs. Nevada ............. 3/13/98 Brandon Marshall vs. SMC .......... 3/1/98 Shawn McGuire vs. SMC ............. 3/1/98 Mike Dominisse at UH ............... 1/23/98 Dan Elorduy vs. NMSU .............. 3/23/97 Harvey Hargrove vs. Nev ........ 3/15/97 Josh Payne vs. URI ......................... 3/8/97 Mike Dominisse vs. OSU............... 2/7/97 Harvey Hargrove vs. USF ............ 2/1/97 Jason DeCanio vs. SJSU............ 2/23/96 Jamie Estrada vs. UCSB .............. 2/9/96 Derek Brown vs. SFSU ................. 4/5/95 Mike Carpentier vs. WSU ........ 2/17/95 Josh Kirtlan vs. SDSU ................. 5/13/94 Josh Kirtlan vs. Nevada ............... 5/3/94 Will Fitzpatrick vs. SMC ........... 4/20/93 Will Fitzpatrick vs. SDSU .......... 4/17/93 Will Fitzpatrick vs. USF ................ 4/7/92

TIM WHEELER

6. Derek Brown, 1995 ................................. 20 Mikela Olsen, 2003 ................................ 20 8. Josh Kirtlan, 1994 .................................... 19 Harvey Hargrove, 1996......................... 19 10. Jesse Schmidt, 2003 ............................. 18 Josh Payne, 1998..................................... 18 Deron Curran, 1986 ................................ 18

Hitting Streaks

24 by J. Schmidt........... 3/11 to 4/22/03 22 by C. Simpson ..........3/29 to 5/2/92 21 by Josh Payne............2/28 to 4/4/98 20 by Ryan Blair ............... 4/1 to 5/3/08 20 by Tim Wheeler ..... 3/29 to 4/26/08 18 by Blake Crosby..... 3/20 to 4/14/09 18 by Derek Brown .... 3/16 to 4/17/94 16 by H. Hargrove .......... 4/6 to 5/6/97 15 by Gabe Jacobo ......4/18 to 5/9/08 15 by Ray Brown ............4/16 to 5/7/94 14 by David Flores ...... 4/21 to 5/13/07 14 by John Acha .......... 2/28 to 3/22/04 14 by Jack Arroyo ....... 1/30 to 2/22/04 14 by C. Morales ......... 4/27 to 5/17/01 14 by Jason Bolton ...... 1/23 to 2/24/98 14 by Derek Brown .... 2/22 to 3/25/95 14 by M. Carpentier ........ 2/4 to 3/6/94 13 by Wes Oberlin ........4/18 to 5/3/08 13 by Tim Reimer ......... 4/24 to 5/16/03 13 by Derek Brown .......4/20 to 5/7/94 13 by G. Johnson ........ 3/20 to 4/10/93 13 by Todd Hall .............3/3 to 3/27/92

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Innings Pitched Game 1. Doug Vontz, 3/23/86.....................11.2 2. Kevin Marzion, 2/23/02 ...............10.0 Brian Gates, 3/27/99 ..................10.0 4. Jeff Groeger, 4/6/01 ...................... 9.2

Season 1. Jeff Groeger, 2001...................... 122.1 2. John Bulleri, 1980 ......................... 122.0 3. Chad Elliott, 2000......................... 118.0 4. Dustin Tubb, 1998 ......................... 117.1 5. Willie Rivera, 1995 ...................... 114.1 6. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 ............ 113.2 7. Dave Vontz, 1986 ......................... 112.1

Career 1. John Bulleri, 1979-80......................... 15 2. Willie Rivera, 1994-95 ..................... 12 Rocco Buffolino, 1986-87 ................. 12 Doug Vontz, 1985-86 ........................ 12 5. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85........... 10 6. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 ........................9 7. Four with 8 ...............................................8

Career

1. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 ......................277 2. Mike Eby, 1993-95...........................274 3. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 .........208 4. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 .............187 5. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 ...................184 6. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 ...................178 7. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 ......................175 Saves 8. Ethan Katz, 2004-05 ........................157 Season 9. Mike Frame, 1987-89 ......................153 1. Mike Frame, 1989 .............................. 11 10. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 ...........134 2. Mike Frame, 1988 .............................. 10 Michael Penbera, 2001..................... 10 4. Mitch Lively, 2007..................................8

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MARSHALL PLOUFFE

8. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 ............ 111.0 Trevor Rodgers, 1990 ...........................8 9. Ethan Katz, 2004 .......................... 110.0 6. Mike Kane, 1993 ...................................7 Steve Schweizer, 1988 .........................7 1. Michael Penbera, 2000 ..................... 27 10. Jeff Groeger, 2002 ................... 109.0 Jeff McBride, 1981 ...............................7 2. Marshall Plouffe, 2005 ...................... 26 Career 9. Jeff Roth, 2009 ......................................6 Mike Frame, 1989 .............................. 26 Michael Penbera, 2000........................6 4. Mike Frame, 1988 .............................. 25 1. Mike Eby, 1993-95....................... 278.4 Brian Yackovich, 1981 ..........................6 Trevor Rodgers, 1990 ........................ 25 2. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 ............... 272.0 6. Warren Rosebrock, 2005 .................. 24 3. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 .................. 269.0 Renecke Stelzriede, 2004 ................. 24 4. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 ......... 262.1 Career Dusty Decker, 2002 ............................ 24 5. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 ............... 231.1 1. Mike Frame, 1987-89 ........................ 26 Michael Penbera, 2001..................... 24 6. Roland DeLaMaza, 1991-92 ..... 224.2 2. Michael Penbera, 1999-2001 ......... 16 10. Six with 23 ......................................... 23 7. John Bulleri, 1979-80................... 218.0 3. Trevor Rodgers, 1990-91 .................. 12 8. Warren Rosebrock, 2002-04 ..... 213.0 4. Jeff Roth, 2008-09 ............................. 10 9. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 .......... 209.5 Billy Sinacori, 2004-2007. ............... 10 Career 10. Ethan Katz, 2004-05 ................. 205.2 6. Brian Yackovich, 1981-82....................9 1. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 ............... 79 Renecke Stelzriede, 2003-04 .............9 2. Warren Rosebrock, 2002-05 ........... 78 8. Mitch Lively, 2004-07 ...........................8 Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03................ 78 Wins 9. Mike Kane, 1990-93 .............................7 4. Mike Frame, 1987-89 ........................ 71 Season 1. Steve Brueggeman, 1985 ................. 12 Jeff McBride, 1981 ...............................7 5. James Wheeler, 2003-06 ................. 64 Steve Schuseizer, 1988 ........................7 6. Michael Penbera, 1999-2001 ......... 61 2. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 .................. 11 Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 .................. 11 7. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 ..................... 56 Brad Stoltenberg, 1988 .................... 11 Strikeouts 8. Justin Demé, 2004-06 ........................ 55 5. Six with 10 ........................................... 10 Game Ben Roussey, 1996-98 ....................... 55 1. Mike Eby, 5/5/95............................... 13 10. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-03 ............. 53 Career 2. Chris Kinsey, 2/4/03 .......................... 12 1. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 ........................ 23 Mike Eby, 3/26/95 ............................ 12 ERA 2. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 ........... 22 Roland DeLaMaza, 3/10/92 .......... 12 Season (min. 50 IP) Mike Eby, 2/18/95 ............................ 12 1. Erik Bennett, 1989 ...........................1.88 3. Mike Eby, 1993-95............................. 21 Gary Wilson, 1990-92 ..................... 21 Roland DeLaMaza, 3/10/92 .......... 12 2. Bob Childress, 1988 ........................2.12 Mike Eby, 2/18/95 ............................ 12 3. Mike Frame, 1988 ...........................2.14 5. John Bulleri, 1979-80......................... 19 Rocco Buffolino, 1986-87 ................. 19 8. Chris Kinsey, 4/8/03 .......................... 11 4. Mike Schields, 1984 ........................2.24 Mike Eby, 5/13/95 ............................ 11 5. John Bulleri, 1980 ............................2.31 7. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85........... 17 Mike Eby, 3/13/95 ............................ 11 6. John Bulleri, 1979 ............................2.34 8. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 ................ 16 Keith Brown, 1985-86 ....................... 16 Jason Beeman, 2/25/94 .................. 11 Chuck Beard, 1980 .........................2.34 Brad Stoltenberg, 1987-88 ............. 16 Mike Eby, 3/26/93 ............................ 11 8. Mark Davis, 1984 ............................2.62 Gary Wilson, 2/23/91..................... 11 9. Mike Frame, 1989 ...........................2.63 Complete Games Travis Kane, 5/21/06 ....................... 11 10. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 ............2.68 Season Travis Kane, 5/14/06 ....................... 11 1. Willie Rivera, 1995 ............................ 10 Career (min. 100 IP) 1. John Bulleri, 1979-80......................2.27 2. John Bulleri, 1979 ..................................8 Season 2. Mike Frame, 1988-89 .....................2.43 3. Dustin Tubb, 1998 ..................................7 1. Erik Bennett, 1989 ............................119 Steve Brueggeman, 1985 ....................7 Mike Eby, 1995 .................................119 3. Mike Schields, 1984-85 .................2.54 Doug Vontz, 1985 .................................7 3. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 ................113 4. Doug Vontz, 1985-86 .....................2.76 Mike Schields, 1985 ..............................7 4. Jeff Groeger, 2001..........................107 5. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85........2.85 John Bulleri, 1980 ..................................7 5. Erik Bennett, 1988 ............................105 6. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 .....................2.94 7. Steve Bonilla, 1980-81...................2.99 8. Chad Elliott, 2000..................................6 6. Chris Kinsey, 2003 .............................. 98 Roland DeLaMaza, 1993.....................6 7. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 .................. 95 8. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 ........3.08 Mark Davis, 1984..................................6 8. Ethan Katz, 2004 ................................ 90 9. Mike Brown, 1987-89 .....................3.18 Richard King, 1981 ...............................6 9. Graham Mazur, 1997 ........................ 84 10. Mark Davis, 1983-84 ...................3.22 10. Mike Eby, 1994 ................................. 82

Season

CHRIS KINSEY

Appearances

STEVE CUCKOVICH

PITCHING RECORDS

First Team 2009 2008 2007 2006

Tim Wheeler Tim Wheeler David Flores Buddy Morales

All-Independent Team

Jr. So. Jr. Sr.

OF OF 3B C

Second Team 2009 Jesse Darrah 2009 Hunter Martinez 2008 Ryan Blair 2008 David Flores 2008 Gabe Jacobo 2008 Wes Oberlin 2007 Montana Dye 2006 David Flores

Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So.

P 2B OF 3B Util. DH OF 3B

Western Division 1996 Jason Quintel 1995 Mike Eby 1994 Derek Brown Ray Brown Jason Beeman 1993 Will Fitzpatrick Matt Martinez Ronald DeLaMaza Ray Brown

Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

DH P 3B OF DH 1B 2B P DH

Sr.

C

All-WAC Tournament 2006

Buddy Morales

WAC Player of the Year Western Division 1995 Mike Eby

WAC All-Academic 2009

2008

2006

Brian Filice Josh Powers Tim Wheeler Ryan Blair Brian Boyd David Flores Brett Tanigawa Mike Weiss Tim Wheeler Trevor York Matt Campbell

Sr.

P

Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr.

RHP INF OF OF OF 3B C P OF P P

Louisville Slugger Freshman All America 2009

Jesse Darrah

Fr.

P

First Team 2005 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003

Ethan Katz Jack Arroyo Craig Johnson Ethan Katz Mikela Olsen Jesse Schmidt

Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

P INF OF P OF OF

Second Team 2004 John Acha 2003 Chris Kinsey

Sr. Jr.

INF P

Honorable Mention 2005 Brett Flowers 2005 Jim Strombach

Sr. Jr.

INF OF

Newcomer of the Year 2004 Craig Johnson 2003 Mikela Olsen

Jr. Jr.

OF OF

Hitter of the Year 2003 Mikela Olsen

Jr.

OF

Independent All-Academic Team 2005 2005 2004 2004

Matt Campbell Travis Kane John Acha Craig Johnson

Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

P P INF OF

DH

Sr.

Second Team 2002 Chris Kinsey 2001 Aurelio Jaclkson Carlos Morales 2000 Jesse Krebs Carlos Morales

UT OF 3B SS 2B

So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Honorable Mention 2002 Jeff Groeger 2000 Rick Gonzalez Cory Williams

SP OF DH

Sr. Sr. Jr.

Sr. Jr.

INF OF

All-Big West Conference First Team 1998

Josh Payne

DAVID FLORES

All-Western Athletic Conference

MIKELA OLSEN

HONOR ROLL

All-Academic District VIII First Team 2004 2004

ALL-AMERICANS

John Acha Craig Johnson

Player Dick Bach Les Kuhnz Dean Andoe Joe Soto Kevin Kobza Steve Brueggemann Doug Eastman Deron Curran Kevin Creamer Brian Hewitt Mark Gieseke Erik Bennett

Pitcher Erik Bennett (left) and infielders Mark Gieseke (center) and Brian Hewitt (right) were each first team All-Americans during their time with the Hornets.

Mike Frame Matt Martinez Will Fitzpatrick Roland de la Maza Harvey Hargrove Jesse Darrah

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Year 1961 1961 1961 1970 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1988 1988 1989 1988 1989 1989 1993 1993 1993 1997 2009

Position P SS IF SS 3B P OF OF DH 2B OF 1B P P P 2B 1B P 2B P

Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Third Team First Team First Team First Team Third Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Third Team Second Team Third Team Freshman All-America

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YEAR-BY-YEAR PITCHING TEAM PITCHING YEAR 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

G 50 50 50 48 39 50 51 66 60 64 53 59 65 57 58 56 54 55 55 60 57 56 59 56 57 61 57 57 57 58 54

ERA 4.78 3.29 4.28 4.18 4.73 4.14 5.00 3.91 4.96 3.31 3.55 3.99 4.30 4.32 5.13 5.40 4.54 7.11 8.89 8.67 7.49 6.33 5.44 6.24 5.28 5.96 4.99 5.57 6.86 6.25 6.33

CG 8 17 12 15 11 17 8 N/A N/A 10 4 6 10 7 8 5 19 7 7 9 6 7 9 10 5 7 3 4 1 1 2

SH N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2 7 4 4 4 2 4 3 4 1 1 0 0 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 1

SV N/A N/A 18 6 9 6 6 N/A 13 22 17 11 11 6 12 9 9 5 3 2 4 7 10 3 10 12 8 5 9 10 11

IP 408.1 416.0 414.1 306.0 341.2 407.0 404.1 569.1 486.1 541.1 456.0 510.0 571.0 483.1 494.1 496.2 479.1 483.1 474.0 520.1 496.1 491.2 521.0 495.0 489.2 527.1 501.1 498.0 498.2 495.0 453.2

H 445 409 411 344 376 400 448 379 523 505 444 545 569 511 560 582 513 629 688 773 655 595 631 631 581 652 572 572 677 638 580

R-ER 326-217 240-152 240-197 212-142 235-179 234-187 293-204 315-244 324-268 286-195 219-180 318-226 329-273 319-232 358-282 379-298 288-242 447-382 558-468 584-501 484-413 391-346 390-315 417-343 366-287 412-349 334-278 370-308 431-380 395-344 367-319

SO 194 223 226 144 176 195 232 351 333 423 339 292 366 318 372 346 374 383 376 329 301 327 395 311 363 312 334 319 284 276 318

2B-3B-HR N/A-N/A-10 N/A-N/A-11 N/A-N/A-21 N/A-N/A-6 N/A-N/A-27 N/A-N/A-N/A N/A-N/A-28 86-14-37 95-5-39 83-8-41 76-9-23 102-18-42 119-10-33 81-7-23 96-10-38 107-12-40 85-10-33 116-17-53 124-15-81 141-14-73 134-18-69 106-11-55 130-11-45 118-18-46 120-12-49 108-11-57 105-9-44 102-7-50 132-16-46 109-11-53 92-8-66

ERA 1980 .....................3.29 1988 .....................3.31 1989 .....................3.55 1986 .....................3.91 1990 .....................3.99

Innings Pitched 1991 .................. 571.0 1986 .................. 569.1 1988 .................. 541.1 2004 .................. 527.1 2001 .................. 521.0

Most Runs Allowed 1998 ......................584 1997 ......................558 1999 ......................484 1996 ......................447 2007 ......................431

Hit Batters 2006 ........................ 90 2007 ........................ 78 2001 ........................ 76 1997 ........................ 74 2002 ........................ 71

Strikeouts 1988 ......................423 2001 ......................395 1996 ......................383 1997 ......................376 1995 ......................374

Complete Games 1995 ........................ 19 1980 ........................ 17 1984 ........................ 17 1982 ........................ 15 1981 ........................ 12

Fewest Hits Allowed 1982 ......................344 1983 ......................376 1986 ......................379 1984 ......................400 1980 ......................409

Fewest ER Allowed 1982 ......................142 1980 ......................152 1983 ......................179 1989 ......................180 1984 ......................187

Most Walks 1998 ......................297 1996 ......................280 1991 ......................279 1999 ......................278 1997 ......................260

Home Runs Allowed 1997 ........................ 81 1998 ........................ 73 1999 ........................ 69 2009 .....................66 2004 ........................ 57

Shutouts 1988 ...........................7 1995 ...........................4 1993 ...........................4 1990 ...........................4 1991/1989 ...............4

Most Hits Allowed 1998 ......................773 1997 ......................688 2007 ......................677 1999 ......................655 2004 ......................652

Most ER Allowed 1998 ......................501 1997 ......................468 1999 ......................413 1996 ......................382 2007 ......................380

Saves 1988 ........................ 22 1981 ........................ 18 1989 ........................ 17 1987 ........................ 13 1993/2004 ............ 12

Fewest Runs Allowed 1982 ......................212 1989 ......................219 1984 ......................234 1983 ......................235 1980/81 ...............240

Fewest Walks 1982 ......................153 1983 ......................154 1980 ......................168 1988 ......................182 2003 ......................186

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BB 243 168 199 153 154 198 252 258 235 182 205 203 279 237 254 248 242 280 260 297 278 251 231 216 186 262 206 234 250 246 209

AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A .278 N/A N/A .257 .274 .261 .270 .286 .292 .282 .320 .338 .346 .324 .303 .300 .314 .295 .310 .293 .291 .331 .323 .313

BK N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4 7 4 5 5 4 1 10 6 2 8 8 4 3 1 13 6 10 11 8 9 11 11 10

HB 7 4 17 1 29 N/A 7 19 23 27 20 45 49 30 39 33 49 50 74 68 67 56 76 71 52 69 55 90 78 69 54

Lowest Opp. Avg. 1989 ......................257 1991 ......................261 1992 ......................270 1990 ......................274 1986 ......................278

YEAR-BY-YEAR HITTING TEAM HITTING YEAR 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

G 50 50 50 48 39 50 67 66 60 64 53 59 65 57 58 56 54 55 55 60 57 56 59 56 57 61 57 57 57 58 54

AVG .286 .298 .301 .293 .295 .310 .345 .294 .311 .312 .282 .288 .313 .304 .293 .324 .280 .241 .296 .323 .283 .310 .279 .262 .303 .272 .251 .286 .281 .311 .318

Games Played 1985 ........................ 67 1986 ........................ 66 1991 ........................ 65 1988 ........................ 64 2004 ........................ 61 Batting Average 1985 ......................345 1994 ......................324 1998 ......................323 2009 ...................318 1991 ......................313

AB 1385 1622 1569 1503 1320 1526 1960 2153 1856 2124 1675 1921 2148 1812 1894 2108 1858 1861 1957 2231 1953 1982 2019 1900 1972 2020 1861 1928 1980 1983 1851

R 226 286 311 284 242 301 458 415 394 441 303 363 456 365 394 436 304 259 379 487 280 337 297 297 376 333 237 309 281 373 389

H 396 484 472 441 390 473 676 632 578 662 473 553 672 551 554 654 521 449 579 720 552 614 564 497 598 550 467 552 557 617 589

RBI 184 264 286 263 207 248 403 260 363 407 270 305 393 319 349 389 271 225 333 440 235 304 265 263 342 301 203 272 251 345 355

At-Bats 1998 .................. 2,231 1986 .................. 2,153 1991 .................. 2,148 1988 .................. 2,124 1994 .................. 2,108 Runs 1998 ......................487 1985 ......................458 1991 ......................456 1988 ......................441 1994 ......................436

2B 37 82 61 63 68 67 121 86 121 137 98 115 109 95 99 110 111 82 106 132 88 110 110 96 102 89 93 106 92 116 116

3B 23 25 21 13 11 24 26 14 17 14 7 14 17 12 12 16 7 7 8 12 7 8 7 6 9 13 7 6 16 11 10

HR 7 12 25 11 22 17 53 39 49 47 25 43 40 40 60 71 28 41 75 83 25 44 50 60 57 45 23 36 42 55 63

BB 222 198 242 258 218 230 272 356 322 317 209 237 303 270 292 199 191 196 210 248 192 198 186 221 176 234 179 169 161 174 165

Hits 1998 ......................720 1985 ......................676 1991 ......................672 1988 ......................662 1994 ......................654 RBI 1998 ......................440 1988 ......................407 1985 ......................403 1991 ......................393 1994 ......................389

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SO 216 198 168 181 118 180 264 357 289 297 216 326 316 357 347 300 290 391 408 437 376 344 413 423 350 397 383 320 373 303 369

SLG% SAC .361 14 .402 48 .414 43 .375 45 .414 36 .419 55 .616 34 .424 48 .474 43 .442 42 .393 35 .429 41 .435 50 .436 49 .452 36 .500 37 .393 46 .359 28 .473 25 .504 12 .373 29 .440 26 .415 37 .413 27 .451 19 .396 29 .346 43 .404 46 .408 58 .464 55 .494 58

Doubles 1988 ......................137 1998 ......................132 1985 ......................121 1987 ......................121 2008/2009 ..........116 Triples 1985 ........................ 26 1980 ........................ 25 1984 ........................ 24 1979 ........................ 23 1981 ........................ 21 Home Runs 1998 ........................ 83 1997 ........................ 75 1994 ........................ 71 2009 .....................63 2002 ........................ 60 Walks 1986 ......................356 1987 ......................322 1988 ......................317 1991 ......................303 1993 ......................292

SB/SA 81/105 96/117 110/140 114/157 109/149 153/193 137/170 211/288 116/167 117/161 115/157 157/216 166/246 142/199 117/164 91/131 76/111 55/83 61/94 54/80 46/86 54/93 80/113 60/90 90/117 78/103 64/90 53/83 75/102 65/92 60/81

PO N/A N/A N/A N/A 1007 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1445 1709 1449 1483 1487 1442 1450 1422 1561 1489 1475 1563 1485 1469 1582 1504 1494 1496 1485 1361

Strikeouts 1998 ......................437 2002 ......................423 2001 ......................413 1997 ......................408 2004 ......................397 Slugging Percentage 1985 ......................616 1998 ......................504 1994 ......................500 2009 ...................494 1987 ......................474 Sacrifices 2007/2009 ............58 2008 ........................ 55 1984 ........................ 55 1991 ........................ 50 1992 ........................ 49 Stolen Bases 1986 ......................211 1991 ......................166 1990 ......................157 1984 ......................153 1992 ......................142

A N/A N/A N/A N/A 391 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 512 659 643 654 680 660 614 618 685 637 584 600 589 549 664 666 608 568 637 535

E 116 100 N/A 94 71 67 52 N/A N/A N/A N/A 114 108 92 79 110 72 96 123 121 86 64 85 96 89 80 91 79 68 67 62

FLD% N/A N/A N/A N/A .952 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A .945 .956 .958 .964 .952 .967 .956 .943 .949 .961 .970 .962 .956 .958 .966 .960 .964 .968 .969 .968

Putouts 1991 .................. 1,709 2004 .................. 1,582 2001 .................. 1,563 1998 .................. 1,561 2005 .................. 1,504 Assists 1998 ......................685 1994 ......................680 2005 ......................666 2004 ......................664 1995 ......................660 Errors 1997 ......................123 1998 ......................121 1979 ......................116 1990 ......................114 1994 ......................110 Fielding Percentage 2000 ......................970 2008 ......................969 2007/2009 ..........968 1995 ......................967 2004 ......................966

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Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

1980 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

Lashelle Tarver (.430) Lashelle Tarver (86) Lashelle Tarver (200) Lashelle Tarver (57) Lashelle Tarver (31) Lashelle Tarver (10) Lashelle Tarver (9) Chuck Beard (5) John Bulleri (2.31) John Bulleri (122.0) John Bulleri (10) John Bulleri (7) Ron Russell (52)

1985

Steve Eakes (.385) Steve Eakes (74) Steve Eakes (52) Kevin Smallcomb (50) Kevin Smallcomb (40) Chuck Beard (9) Steve Eakes (8) Chuck Beard (9) Steve Bonilla (3.16) Steve Bonilla (91.0) Bonilla/King (9) Richard King (6) Steve Bonilla (66)

1986

1981 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

Bobby Fraga (.327) Bobby Fraga (51) Raul Martinez (36) Kevin Smallcomb (40) Davell Rainey (23) Bobby Fraga (11) Raul Martinez (3) Terry Stark (5) Dan Horigan (4.50) Bill Barry (71.0) Bill Barry (6) Bill Barry (5) Bill Barry (49)

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins Strikeouts

Doug Eastman (.361) Eastman/Ohama (81) Deron Curran (65) Kevin Ohama (62) Kevin Ohama (49) John McConlogue (22) Curran/Crump (6) Deron Curran (9) Keith Brown (2.71) Doug Vontz (112.1) Buffolino/Brown (10) Rocco Buffolino (72)

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins Saves Strikeouts

Kevin Creamer (.407) Eric Johnson (64) Kevin Creamer (43) Eric Johnson (47) Two players (21) Two players (15) George Powell (4) Eric Johnson (13) Dave Olson (3.31) Rocco Buffolino (97.0) Rocco Buffolino (9) Mike Frame (5) Erik Bennett (53)

1988

1983 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

Average Kevin Kobza (.465) Hits Kevin Kobza (101) RBI Kevin Kobza (64) Runs Bobby Haase (63) Stolen Bases Bobby Haase (30) Doubles Kevin Kobza (27) Triples Bobby Haase (5) Home Runs James Nutt (11) ERA Steve Brueggemann (2.91) IP Steve Brueggemann (105.1) Wins Steve Brueggemann (12) CG Steve Brueggemann (7) Strikeouts Steve Brueggemann (61)

1987

1982 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

Roy McDaniel (.384) Roy McDaniel (58) Todd Marston (31) Buddy Thomas (40) Buddy Thomas (39) Rich King (11) Rich King (7) Todd Marston (5) Mike Schields (2.24) Mike Schields (104.1) Mike Schields (10) Mike Schields (7) Steve Brueggemann (3) Mark Davis (60)

Davell Rainey (.342) Davell Rainey (48) Bobby Fraga (27) Greg Hull (32) Davell Rainey (20) Hankard/Fraga (9) Four players (2) Greg Hull (5) Ron Mattson (3.29) Ron Mattson (85.2) Stu Hambro (7) Mattson/Hambro (4) Ron Mattson (67)

Average Mark Gieseke (.449) Hits Mark Gieseke (83) RBI Mark Gieseke (48) Runs Mike Ripplinger (50) Stolen Bases Mike Ripplinger (25) Doubles Mark Gieseke (23) Triples Mike Ripplinger (4) Home Runs Mark Gieseke (8) ERA Bob Childress (2.12) IP Brad Stoltenberg (107.1) Wins Brad Stoltenberg (11) CG Bennett/Stoltenberg (4) Saves Mike Frame (10) Strikeouts Erik Bennett (105)

1989 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Mark Gieseke (.363) Mark Gieseke (61) Mark Gieseke (45) Mark Gieseke (41) Quinn Gregory (17) Mark Gieseke (12) Gary Lunsford (2) Mark Gieseke (9) Erik Bennett (1.88) Erik Bennett (100.1) Bennett/Frame (6) Mike Frame (2) Mike Frame (11) Erik Bennett (119)

1990 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Dan Ferreira (.400) Mike Friedland (61) Dan Ferreira (47) Mike Friedland (49) Steve Furchner (23) Mike Friedland (14) Mike Friedland (5) Ferreira/Vorbeck (6) Geoff Samuels (3.62) Gary Wilson (95.1) Samuels/Wilson (7) Gary Wilson (2) Trevor Rodgers (8) Gary Wilson (64)

1991 Average Casey Simpson (.356) Hits Rafael Maldonado (80) RBI Dan Ferreira (47) Runs Rafael Maldonado (55) Stolen Bases John McCaustin (35) Doubles Ferreira/Maldonado (16) Triples Four players (3) Home Runs Eric Vorbeck (6) ERA Scott Corliss (3.13) IP Mike Teich (105.0) Wins Gary Wilson (9) CG Gary Wilson (5) Saves Trevor Rodgers (4) Strikeouts Mike Teich (81)

1992 Average Matt Martinez (.350) Hits Steve Kristy (64) RBI Casey Simpson (45) Runs Matt Martinez (52) Stolen Bases Robert Randall (40) Doubles Will Fitzpatrick (14) Triples Steve Kristy (6) Home Runs Casey Simpson (9) ERA Roland DeLaMaza (2.68) IP Roland DeLaMaza (111.0) Wins Roland DeLaMaza (11) CG Erick Burns (4) Saves Gary Wilson (4) Strikeouts Roland DeLaMaza (95)

1993 Average Ray Brown (.384) Hits Matt Martinez (73) RBI Will Fitzpatrick (64) Runs Matt Martinez (55) Stolen Bases Matt Martinez (36) Doubles Matt Martinez (17) Triples Todd Hall (3) Home Runs Will Fitzpatrick (17) ERA Roland DeLaMaza (3.17) IP Roland DeLaMaza (113.2) Wins Roland DeLaMaza (11) CG Roland DeLaMaza (6) Saves Mike Kane (7) Strikeouts Roland DeLaMaza (113)

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HARVEY HARGROVE

1984

Average Eddie Byers (.323) Hits Eddie Byers (51) RBI Eddie Byers (24) Runs Mike Garvaglia (32) Stolen Bases Two players (12) Doubles Carnesecca/Painter (5) Triples Garavaglia/Travale (4) Home Runs Seven players (1) ERA John Bulleri (2.34) IP John Bulleri (96.0) Wins John Bulleri (9) CG John Bulleri (8) Strikeouts Ron Russell (50)

JEFF GROEGER

1979

ERIK BENNETT

YEARLY LEADERS

YEARLY LEADERS

1995

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Jason Beeman (.386) Derek Brown (79) Derek Brown (56) Mike Carpentier (56) Mike Carpentier (15) Josh Kirtlan (19) Mike Carpentier (4) Brown/Thobe (14) Willie Rivera (4.60) Jason Beeman (96.0) Jason Beeman (9) Rivera/Beeman (2) Steve Thobe (5) Mike Eby (82)

1999

Average Brandon Marshall (.325) Hits Jesse Krebs (70) RBI Brandon Marshall (33) Runs Brandon Marshall (44) Stolen Bases Aurelio Jackson (12) Doubles Brandon Marshall (16) Triples Ryan Hodson (3) Home Runs Daniel Harkness (6) ERA Brian Gates (4.54) IP Pat Edwards (94.0) Wins Chad Elliott (6) CG Brian Gates (3) Saves Chad Elliott (3) Strikeouts Pat Edwards (56)

2000 A. Balderramos (.376) A. Balderramos (76) Derek Brown (48) A. Balderramos (43) Mike Carpentier (23) Derek Brown (20) Brian King (3) Derek Brown (9) Willie Rivera (3.07) Willie Rivera (114.1) Mike Eby (9) Willie Rivera (10) Paco Garcia (4) Mike Eby (119)

1996

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

2001

Average Harvey Hargrove (.286) Hits Harvey Hargrove (63) RBI Harvey Hargrove (33) Runs Harvey Hargrove (41) Stolen Bases David Pruett (13) Doubles Harvey Hargrove (19) Triples Harvey Hargrove (3) Home Runs Jamie Estrada (9) ERA Kris Zankich (5.46) IP Kevin Culmo (87.2) Wins Ben Roussey (3) CG Kevin Culmo (4) Saves Ben Roussey (3) Strikeouts Kevin Culmo (81)

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

1997

2002

Average Harvey Hargrove (.361) Hits Harvey Hargrove (79) RBI Harvey Hargrove (62) Runs Harvey Hargrove (49) Stolen Bases Bolton/Gascon (12) Doubles Joel Walker (16) Triples David Pruett (3) Home Runs Harvey Hargrove (26) ERA Brian Ballenger (7.43) IP Graham Mazur (79.1) Wins Kris Zankich (4) CG Rodriguez/Mazur (3) Saves Graham Mazur (2) Strikeouts Graham Mazur (84)

1998

Average Brandon Marshall (.398) Hits Brandon Marshall (99) RBI Jason Bolton (68) Runs Brandon Marshall (70) Stolen Bases Aurelio Jackson (12) Doubles Josh Payne (18) Triples Elorduy/McGuire/Payne (3) Home Runs Josh Payne (18) ERA Dustin Tubb (6.90) IP Dustin Tubb (117.1) Wins Dustin Tubb (7) CG Dustin Tubb (7) Saves Rodriguez/Harris (1) Strikeouts Dustin Tubb (74)

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

2003

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Cory Williams (.356) Jesse Krebs (80) Carlos Morales (43) Carlos Morales (42) Aurelio Jackson (17) Morales/Butler (16) Jesse Krebs (3) Jimmy McFarland (9) Chad Elliott (4.35) Chad Elliott (118.0) Steve Cuckovich (6) Chad Elliott (6) Michael Penbera (6) Chad Elliott (68) Aurelio Jackson (.338) Aurelio Jackson (75) Joe Evans (46) Aurelio Jackson (51) Aurelio Jackson (44) Carlos Morales (16) Aurelio Jackson (4) Joe Evans (14) Jeff Groeger (4.41) Jeff Groeger (122.1) Mike Miranda (8) Groeger/Miranda (4) Michael Penbera (10) Jeff Groeger (107) Chris Kinsey (.318) Chris Kinsey (67) Chris Kinsey (60) Tim Reimer (43) Tim Reimer (14) Mario Celillo (16) Reimer/Fuller (2) Chris Kinsey (16) Kevin Marzion (3.65) Jeff Groeger (109.0) Jeff Groeger (7) Jeff Groeger (5) Dusty Decker (2) Jeff Groeger (77) Mikela Olsen (.404) Mikela Olsen (88) Mikela Olsen (66) Jesse Schmidt (53) Tim Reimer (25) Mikela Olsen (20) Acha/Reimer (3) Olsen/Schmidt (16) Steve Correa (3.72) Chris Kinsey (95.1) S.Cuckovich/Kinsey (7) Four Tied (5) Renecke Stelzriede (5) Chris Kinsey (98)

2004

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Craig Johnson (.337) Jack Arroyo (81) Craig Johnson (42) Jack Arroyo (56) Jack Arroyo (20) Craig Johnson (13) Craig Johnson (3) Jack Arroyo (8) Brandon Hall (1.32) Ethan Katz (110.0) Ethan Katz (9) Ethan Katz (5) Stelzriede/Sinacori (4) Ethan Katz (90)

2009

Average Blake Crosby (.397) Hits Hunter Martinez (88) RBI Tim Wheeler (72) Runs Hunter Martinez (67) SB Tim Wheeler (15) Doubles Josh Powers (26) Triples Tim Wheeler (3) Home Runs Tim Wheeler (18) ERA Alex Taku (2.79) IP Jesse Darrah (83.0) Wins Jesse Darrah (9) CG Jesse Darrah/Tommy Elrod (1) Saves Jeff Roth (6) Strikeouts Jesse Darrah (59)

2005

Average Taylor Watanabe (.313) Hits Jim Strombach (68) RBI Brett Flowers (36) Runs Jim Strombach (33) Stolen Bases Jim Strombach (15) Doubles Jim Strombach (14) Triples Jim Strombach (2) Home Runs Wilson/Flowers (6) ERA Marshall Hendon (1.98) IP Ethan Katz (95.2) Wins Ethan Katz (6) CG Matt Campbell (2) Saves Marshall Plouffe (5) Strikeouts Ethan Katz (67)

JASON BOLTON

Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

2006

Average Buddy Morales (.344) Hits Gary Johnson (69) RBI Montana Dye/David Flores (28) Runs Buddy Morales (38) SB Jim Strombach/Everet Rincon (13) Doubles David Flores (16) Triples Jim Strombach (3) Home Runs Brian Blauser (9) ERA Mel Cuckovich (2.03) IP Matt Campbell (90.0) Wins Mick Joyce (5) CG Mick Joyce (3) Saves Billy Sinacori (5) Strikeouts Travis Kane (60)

2007

Average Hits RBI Runs SB Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Gabe Jacobo (.363) Gabe Jacobo (81) Gabe Jacobo (44) Gabe Jacobo (44) Ryan Blair (18) Gabe Jacobo (12) Ryan Blair (5) Gabe Jacobo (14) Tyler Axelrod (4.45) Trevor York (84.0) Alvaro Orozco (5) Alvaro Orozco (1) Mitch Lively (8) Mick Joyce (54)

2008

Average Gabe Jacobo (.379) Hits Gabe Jacobo (86) RBI Gabe Jacobo (66) Runs David Flores (53) SB Ryan Blair (15) Doubles David Flores (26) Triples Blair/Jacobo (3) Home Runs Gabe Jacobo (15) ERA Trevor Paine (4.50) IP Trevor York (87.0) Wins Orozco/Ramirez/Smith/York (4) CG Trevor York (1) Saves Jeff Roth (4) Strikeouts Jose Ramirez (54)

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AURELIO JACKSON

1994

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POSTSEASON RESULTS Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

Head Coach Warren Conrad William Miller Warren Conrad Warren Conrad Hal Wolf Hal Wolf Hal Wolf Hal Wolf Cal Boyes Hal Wolf Hal Wolf Cal Boyes Cal Boyes

Overall Conference 12-7 --12-10 --12-9 --19-9 --12-5 --13-7 8-2 Far West$ 14-11-1 8-2 Far West% 18-5 9-1 Far West$ 20-5 10-0 Far West% 15-8 15-8 Far West% 21-9 8-2 Far West$ 29-9 7-3 Far West% 22-14 7-3 Far West% 2nd place NAIA Tour. 1962 Cal Boyes 16-14 7-3 Far West 1963 Cal Boyes 13-10 7-3 Far West 1964 Cal Boyes 31-9 11-1 Far West% NCAA District Champs 1965 Cal Boyes 19-15 9-1 Far West% 1966 Cal Boyes 16-19 6-6 Far West 1967 Cal Boyes 14-19 6-8 Far West 1968 Cal Boyes 17-19 12-2 Far West% 1969 Cal Boyes 23-20 16-5 Far West% 1970 Cal Boyes 26-20 12-6 Far West% 1971 Cal Boyes 20-19-2 12-6 Far West% 1972 Cal Boyes 26-22 12-6 Far West 1973 Cal Boyes 15-25 7-8 Far West 1974 Cal Boyes 30-24 13-5 Far West% 1975 Cal Boyes 21-19 11-4 Far West% 1976 Steve Figler 14-29 --1977 Glenn Brady 9-33 --1978 Barry Woodhead 15-31-2 8-10 Far West 1979 John Smith 19-31 --1980 John Smith 28-22 19-17 Far West 1981 John Smith 32-18 26-10 Far West 1982 John Smith 27-21 17-16 Far West 1983 John Smith 22-18 18-14 NCAC 1984 John Smith 29-21 --1985 John Smith 41-26 NCAC% NCAA Regionals 1986 John Smith 42-24 NCAC% NCAA Regional Champions 1987 John Smith 38-22 --1988 John Smith 43-21 --NCAA Regional Champions 1989 John Smith 35-18 --NCAA Regionals Fourth place 1990 John Smith 34-25 --1991 John Smith 41-23 --1992 John Smith 32-25 --1993 John Smith 36-22 13-11 WAC 1994 John Smith 27-29 10-14 WAC 1995 John Smith 28-26 16-13 WAC 1996 John Smith 12-43 3-27 WAC 1997 John Smith 16-39 8-22 Big West 1998 John Smith 25-35 13-17 Big West 1999 John Smith 18-39 8-22 Big West 2000 John Smith 23-33 15-15 Big West 2001 John Smith 24-35 4-14 Big West 2002 John Smith 22-34 4-20 Big West 2003 John Smith 33-24 --2004 John Smith 29-32 --2005 John Smith 20-36-1 --2006 John Smith 20-37 8-16 WAC 2007 John Smith 17-40 10-14 WAC 2008 John Smith 24-34 14-17 WAC 2009 John Smith 27-27 8-14 WAC % Won league title $ League co-champion

1985

at NCAA West Regional Pomona, Calif., May 16-18

Lost, 5-3, at Cal Poly Pomona Won, 10-9, at Cal Poly Pomona Lost, 14-4, at Cal Poly Pomona Won, 7-5, at Cal Poly Pomona Lost, 9-7, at Cal Poly Pomona

1986

at NCAA West Regional Sacramento, Calif., May 15-17 Won, 12-8, vs. CS Dominguez Hills Won, 7-1, vs. CS Dominguez Hills Lost, 7-2, vs. CS Dominguez Hills Won, 14-7, vs. CS Dominguez Hills at NCAA College World Series Montgomery, Ala., May 23-26 Won, 14-12, vs. Univ. of Tampa Lost, 6-5, vs. Columbus Won, 9-4, vs. New Haven Lost, 9-1, vs. Troy State

1988

at NCAA West Regional Sacramento, Calif., May 20-22 Won, 12-6, vs. Cal Poly Pomona Won, 13-8, vs. Cal Poly Pomona Won, 9-5, vs. Cal Poly Pomona at NCAA College World Series Montgomery, Ala., May 27-31 Won, 3-0, vs. Jacksonville State Won, 5-3, vs. Lewis University Lost, 9-2, vs. Florida Southern Won, 8-2, vs. Lewis University Lost, 5-4, vs. Florida Southern

at NCAA West Regional San Luis Obispo, Calif., May 19 Lost, 5-4, vs. San Francisco State Lost, 4-3, at Cal Poly

1998

at Big West Tournament Fullerton and Long Beach, Calif., May 14-17 Lost, 8-7, at Long Beach State Won, 6-5, at CS Fullerton Won, 15-11, vs. UC Santa Barbara Lost, 24-10, vs. Long Beach State

2006

at Western Athletic Tournament Fresno, Calif. May 25-28 Lost, 10-2, at No. 21 Fresno State Lost, 14-9, vs. Louisiana Tech

2007

at Western Athletic Tournament Reno, Nev. May 24-27 Lost, 10-2, vs. Fresno State Lost, 19-7, vs. Hawai’i

2008

at Western Athletic Tournament Ruston, La. May 22-25 Lost, 3-2, vs. Fresno State Won, 8-5, vs. New Mexico State Lost, 15-5, vs. Nevada

HORNETS AT THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Sacramento State advanced to the Division II College World Series in 1986 and 1988. The 1986 team defeated Cal State Dominguez Hills in the West Regional before posting a 2-2 record at the World Series. The 1988 team swept Cal Poly Pomona in the West Regional and advanced to the championship game before falling to Florida Southern, 5-4. The 1988 team was helped by the play of catcher Gary Brown (26, above) who bowled his way past Lewis in the team’s 5-3 victory.

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1989

HORNETS IN THE PROS Reno Montreal

James Daspit (P) Mike Friedland (C) Jerry Nyman (OF)

Los Angeles Montreal Montreal

Tim Doyle (P) John Quintell (C) Mike Teich (P) Eric Vorbeck (OF) S. Blankenship (SS) Dan Ferreira (3B) Ron Richard (SS)

Oakland N.Y. Yankees Pittsburgh Los Angeles Milwaukee Salt Lake City Los Angeles

Gary Wilson (P)

LASHELLE TARVER KEITH BROWN

Quinn Gregory (OF) Pat Jurado (P)

Pittsburgh

R. DELAMAZA (P) CLEVELAND Will Fitzpatrick (1B) Pocatello Matt Martinez (2B) Florida Todd Hall (SS) White Sox Tony Turnbull (C) Florida Mike Kane (P) California Cincinnati Newark Pittsburgh

Mike Eby (P) Mike Carpentier (SS)

Detroit Los Angeles

Kevin Culmo (P)

Los Angeles

Harvey Hargrove (2B)

Seattle

Dan Elorduy (1B/OF)

Atlanta

Chad Elliott (P) N.Y. Mets Casey Martinez (C) Toronto Jesse Krebs (SS) Solano J. McFarland (OF) Feather River Casey Fuller (OF) Jeff Groeger (P)

Colorado Cincinnati

Chris Kinsey (P) Jesse Schmidt (OF) Mikela Olsen (OF) Steve Correa (P)

Arizona S.F. Giants Florida N.Y. Mets

Jack Arroyo (IF) Craig Johnson (OF) John Acha (IF) Bret LeVier (IF)

Seattle San Diego S.F. Giants Red Sox

RYAN BLAIR

Ray Brown (OF) Robert Randall (OF) Steve Thobe (P)

GABE JACOBO

FA FA 1990 14 FA FA 1991 6 24 32 44 FA FA FA 1992 14 1993 14 FA 26 46 FA FA 1994 FA FA FA 1995 FA FA 1996 FA 1997 6 1998 FA 2000 15 26 FA FA 2002 FA FA 2003 4 10 15 FA 2004 18 19 19 FA 2005 26 41 2007 16 FA 2008 10 18 21 2009 1 42

Ethan Katz (RHP) Colorado Warren Rosebrock (RHP) Texas Mitch Lively (RHP) Montana Dye (OF)

Colorado Chillicothe

Gabe Jacobo (3B) David Flores (3B) Ryan Blair (OF)

Angels Houston Cleveland

Tim Wheeler (CF) Blake Crosby (1B)

Colorado Oakland

BOLD CAPS: played in Major League Baseball

DAVID FLORES

Year Name Team Round 1952 Del Bandy Sacramento Solons 1954 Augie Amorena SF Seals 1955 J.C. Masters Unknown 1957 Bobby Heath White Sox Glenn Streete Unknown 1961 Dean Andoe White Sox Dennis Dittmar Kansas City 1962 Les Kuhnz California 1965 Spider Thomas Boston Danny Lund N.Y. Yankees John Olander St. Louis 1968 Sonny Dixon Kansas City Gary Hill N.Y. Mets 1973 Buster Attebery San Francisco 1975 Hal Readdick Milwaukee Steve Necoechea Oakland 1978 Jesse Flores Toronto 1980 Dennis Stowe Oakland John Bulleri Oakland LASHELLE TARVER N.Y. METS 1981 23 Gary Weinberger (OF) Oakland 24 Steve Eakes (SS) California 26 Chuck Beard (P) Los Angeles 27 Dave Dunlop (IF/OF) Los Angeles FA Greg Chin Los Angeles 1982 29 Gary Weinberger (OF) Montreal 1984 31 Tod Marston (C) N.Y. Yankees 26 Mark Davis (P) N.Y. Mets 31 Steve Brueggemann (P) N.Y. Mets 1985 35 Steve Brueggemann (P) N.Y. Mets FA James Nutt Salt Lake City 1986 9 Chris Bennett (P) Philadelphia 21 KEITH BROWN (P) CINCINNATI 25 Doug Eastman (OF) Cincinnati FA Doug Vontz Montreal 1987 25 Dennis Tafoya (P) Houston 26 Scott Selner (IF) Cincinnati 31 Eric Johnson (1B) Los Angeles 41 R. Buffolino (P) San Francisco FA Brian Grose (IF) Montreal FA Ried Gunter San Francisco FA Shane Jenny Montreal FA Kevin Ohama Salt Lake City 1988 45 Brad Stoltenberg (P) N.Y. Yankees 1989 4 ERIK BENNETT (P) CALIFORNIA 21 Bob Blankenship (P) Cincinnati 27 Bill Cramer (C) Montreal 31 Eric Bates (P) Cincinnati 35 Mark Gieseke (1B) San Diego FA Mike Frame (P) Los Angeles

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ALL-TIME ROSTER A

Abbott, Lance (2008) Abbott, Nate (1994) Acha, John (2003-04) Agundez, John (1987) Anderson, Todd (1985) Anicich, Vince (1980) Areu, Ozzie (1995) Armendariz, John (1983) Arroyo, Jack (2003-04) Ash, Ron (1987-88) Atchue, Seth (2001) Atrat, Kyle (2006) Attebery, Bob (1982) Aubert, Bill (1982) Aure, Kyle (2004) Avilia, Tom (1984-85) Axelrod, Tyler (2007)

Cooke, Jeff (1997) Cooper, Erik (1993-94) Corliss, Scott (1991) Cornwell, Conrad (1979-80) Correa, Steve (2003) Cortese, Jim (1985) Craft, Monty (1985-86) Cramer, Bill (1988) Creamer, Kevin (1987-88) Crosby, Blake (2007-09) Crouch, Aaron (2009-pres.) Crump, Bob (1985-86) Cruz, Ron (1985) Cuckovich, Mel (2003-07) Cuckovich, Steve (2000-03) Culmo, Kevin (1996) Cummins, Patrick (2006-07) Curran, Deron (1985-86)

B

D

Baek, Chris (2008-09) Balderramos, Armondo (1994-95) Ballard, Keith (1980) Ballenger, Brian (1997-98) Ballis, Justin (1999) Balog, Mike (1979) Barba, Tito (2001-02) Barrango, Chris (1995) Barry, Bill (1982) Bassey, Justin (2001) Beall, Vince (1993-94) Beard, Chuck (1980-81) Beauchemin, Jon (1993) Beeman, Jason (1993-94) Bender, Mike (2000-01) Bennett, Chris (1986) Bennett, Erik (1987-89) Berens, Bob (1979) Blair, Ryan (2007-08) Blair, Shea (2004) Blankenship, Bob (1987-88) Blankenship, Shawn (1991) Blauser, Brian (2003-06) Bolton, Jason (1997-98) Bonilla, Steve (1980-81) Borghino, Jeff (1998-99) Bowlin, Chip (1982-83) Boyd, Brian (2007-08) Brackins, Mike (1987-88) Bredy, Steve (1979) Brennan, Chris (1995) Brown, Derek (1994-95) Brown, Gary (1988-90) Brown, Keith (1985-86) Brown, Ray (1993-94) Brown, Ryan (2000-02) Browne, Ryan (2004) Broyles, Scott (1985) Brueggemann, Steve (1985) Brunelli, Nick (1985) Buchman, Scott (1997) Buchta, Nick (2008-09) Buffolino, Rocco (1986-87) Bulleri, John (1979-80) Bunger, Brian (1987) Burns, Chad (1991) Burns, Erick (1993) Butler, Mike (2000) Byers, Ed (1979)

C

Caine, Chris (1994-95) Callahan, Terry (1986) Campbell, Bob (1982) Campbell, Matt (2005-06) Canter, Joe (1998) Caraveo, Orlando (1986-87) Carnesecca, Lello (1979) Carpenter, Bob (1981-82) Carpentier, Mike (1993-95) Carruth, Leigh (1994) Carson, Keith (2000-02) Casteel, Brian (1986-87) Celillo, Mario (2001-02) Chavez, Chirs (1990) Chevial, Matt (1999) Childers, Bob (1988) Christian, Mike (1987) Christensen, Marc (1981-82) Christensen, Kyle (2005-06) Chung, Derrick (2008-pres.) Ciani, Bobby (2001-03) Clark, Casey (2000) Conradi, Brian (2005-06) Contreras, Jerry (1980)

Dalton, Art (1980) Darrah, Jesse (2009-pres.) Daspit, James (1990) Davis, Mark (1983-84) DeAlba, Jay (1985-86) Decker, Dusty (2002) Dees, Cliff (1982) DeFreece, Chris (1986-87) DeLaMaza, Roland (1993) Dellaserra, Dan (1985) Demé, Justin (2004-06) Denczek, Dan (1985) Diaz, Eric (1979-80) Dillon, Tom (1996) Dixon, Casey (1995) Dominesse, Mike (1997-98) Donnelly, Tomás (2007) Doria, Dominic (1997-98) Dougherty, Mike (1989-90) Doyle, Tim (1990-91) Dryden, Don (1991) Dubon, Chris (2007) Dunlop, Dave (1982-83) Durham, Eddie (1993) Dye, Montana (2006-07)

E

Eakes, Steve (1981) Eastman, Doug (1986) Eby, Mike (1993-95) Edwards, Pat (1999-2000) Elrod, Tommy (2008-pres.) Elliott, Chad (1999-2000) Elorduy, Dan (1995, 97-98) Elorduy, Jeff (1999) Elorduy, Todd (1993-94) Endres, Ron (1979) Ernst, Mike (1986, 88) Escamilla, Brian (1987-90) España, Joe (2008-09) Estrada, Jaime (1996) Evans, Joe (2001-02)

F

Fadelli, Mike (1991) Farmer, Michael (1993) Felder, Marcus (1988) Feldmann, Jerry (1979) Fernandez, Manny (1993) Ferreira, Dan (1990-91) Ferreira, Greg (1986) Fichtner, Brian (1988) Filice, Brian (2009) Fitzpatrick, Will (1990-93) Flores, David (2005-08) Flowers, Brett (2004-05) Ford, Michael (1998-99) Fraga, Bob (1982-83) Friedland, Mike (1989-90) Frame, Mike (1987-88) Frank, Kris (1995-96) Fregosi, Eric (2008-09) French, Dave (1983) Fuller, Casey (2001-02) Furchner, Steve (1989-90) Furtado, Brian (1994) Furtado, Ken (1982-83)

G

Gallagher, Ryan (2002) Garavaglia, Mike (1979-80) Garcia, Jon (1994-95) Garcia, Paco (1994-95) Garrett, Chris (1990) Gascon, Pete (1997)

Gates, Brian (1998) Giacomini, Jeff (2007) Gieseke, Mark (1988-89) Gill, Danny (2002) Gillman, Brian (1997-98) Glorioso, Dan (1980) Gonzales, Bob (1984-85) Gonzales, Rosendo (1979) Gonzalez, Benny (2001) Gonzalez, Rick (1999-2000) Gonzalez, Tommy (2007) Gracio, Rocky (2003) Grant, Daryl (2001) Grant, Rick (1986) Gregory, Quinn (1988) Groeger, Jeff (2001-02) Grose, Brian (1986-87) Guary, Darnell (2005) Gunter, Brad (1996) Gunter, Reid (1987) Guntz, Joe (2003) Gutierrrez, Camilo (1998) Guzman, Vince (1982)

H

Haase, Bob (1983-85) Hague, Scott (1983) Hall, Brandon (2004-05) Hall, Todd (1992-93) Halpin, Tom (1979) Hambro, Stu (1983) Hankard, John (1982-83) Hannah, Jeff (2007-08) Hansen, Ryan (1998-99) Hansen, Steve (1986-88) Hargrove, Harvey (1995-97) Harkness, Daniel (1998-99) Haro, Bruce (1993) Harris, Ken (1979) Harris, T.J. (1998-2000) Harrison, Brent (2009) Haselhuhn, Jason (1996) Hassenflug, Mark (1982) Heitz, Greg (1994-96) Hendon, Marshall (2004-05) Henson, Rich (1995-97, 99) Hewitt, Brian (1988-89) Highland, Erik (1996-97) Hinkle, Cliff (2003-05) Hnilo, Andy (2004) Hodgson, Ryan (1998-99) Honeycutt, Clint (2002) Hoover, Bill (1996-99) Hopper, Terry (1988-89) Horigan, Dan (1982-83) Horn, Daryl (1988-89) Hottman, Brent (2008-pres.) Howell, Bernie (1994) Hull, Greg (1983)

J

Jackson, Aurelio (1998-2001) Jacobo, Gabe (2006-08)) Jennings, Jay (2007-08) Jenny, Shane (1986-87) Jiles, Nick (2006-07) Jenkins, Paul (2007) Johnson, Cecil (1979) Johnson, Craig (2004) Johnson, Eric (1987) Johnson, Gary (2006-07) Johnson, Gaylon (1990-93) Johnston, Mike (1985-86) Joseph, Eric (1996) Joy, Mario (1993-94) Joyce, Brian (2007) Joyce, Mick (2004-07) Jurado, Pat (1988-89) Just, Eric (1980)

K

Kadel, Leonard (1980) Kane, Mike (1993) Kane, Travis (2005-06) Kantz, Gary (1982-83) Kassebaum, Travis (2004-05) Kato, Ryan (1989-90) Katz, Ethan (2004-05) Keiper, Pat (2005-06) Kight, Jeff (1993) King, Brian (1995) King, Richard (1980-81) King, Val (1984) Kinsey, Chris (2001-03) Kinyon, Steve (1982)

Kirk, Pat (1994) Kirkman, Travis (2007-08) Kirtlan, Jason (1994-995) Kirtlan, Josh (1993-94) Knighton, Shad (1993) Knop, Mike (1989-90) Knopf, Andy (1990-91) Kobza, Kevin (1985) Konarski, Tim (1987-88) Kraus, Bill (1979) Krebs, Jesse (1999-2000) Kristy, Steve (1990) Kushan, Dave (1991)

L

Lackey, Dan (1980) Lamb, Justin (2009-pres.) Land, Dan (1983) Larson, Lance (1989-90) Lee, David (1988) Leggins, Dave (1983) Lentini, Vince (1986-87) Lesky, Lorenzo (1987-88) Levin, Josh (2005-06) LeVier, Bret (2002-04) Lilakos, John (1980) Lively, Mitch (2004-07) Livesey, Ken (2005) Longo, Pat (1987) Lowden, Tony (1995) Loynd, Charlie (1985) Loza, Raul (1983) Lunsford, Gary (1989) Lusk, Dave (2000-01)

M

Machado, Jr., Ronnie (2004-06) Madera, Steve (1982-83) Magee, Ryan (2007-08) Maghan, Tim (2000-01) Maldonado, Rafael (1990-91) Manly, Todd (1991) Marshall, Brandon (1998-99) Marston, Todd (1983-84) Martineau, Greg (1991) Martinez, Al (1981-82) Martinez, Casey (1998-2000) Martinez, Hunter (2008-09) Martinez, Matt (1992-93) Martinez, Raul (1980-82) Marzion, Kevin (2002) Mattson, Ron (1982-83) Mazur, Graham (1997) McCall, Brian (1996-97) McCarthy, Dan (2009-pres.) McCarthy, John (1986) McCaustlin, John (1990-91) McConlogue, John (1985-86) McCormack, Chris (2002) McDaniel, Roy (1983-84) McFarland, Jimmy (1999-2000) McGuire, Shawn (1997-98) McTaffert, John (1990) Meek, Roy (1985) Melton, Todd (1985) Mendonsa, Kurt (2001) Merin, Ryan (1993-96) Merin, Scott (1997) Mestas, R.J. (1985-86) Meyer, Todd (1986) Mezzaneras, Justin (2009-pres.) Mikenas, Jason (1996) Miranda, Mike (2001) Mirtoni, Matt (1995-96) Moffat, Andy (1993-95) Mohr, Andy (2003-04) Mols, Chris (2003-07) Moore, Jason (1994-95) Mora, Jesse (1997) Mora, Steve (1997) Morales, Buddy (2004-06) Morales, Carlos (2000-01) Myas, Gary (1980) Myers, Matthew (1994)

N

Nave, Chris (1993-95) Neary, Brian (1983) Nielsen, Matt (2000) Norris, Eric (1982-83) Nutt, James (1985) Nyman, Jerry (1989-90)

O

Oberlin, Wes (2007-08)

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Ogle, Kevin (1989-90 Ohama, Kevin (1986-87) Olivarria, Mike (1987-88) Olsen, Mikela (2003) Olson, Dave (1986-87) O’Neill, Bob (1985) Orozco, Alvaro (2007-08) Ortega, Eric (2002) Ortiz, Gabriel (1980) Osborne, Mike (1982-83) Otsuka, Ivan (2008-09)

P

Paine, Trevor (2008-pres.) Painter, David (1979) Paisano, Allen (1998) Pajcin, Vladimir (1991) Parquette, J.R. (1989-90) Pasavento, Ken (1997) Paulk, Dave (1991) Payne, Josh (1997-98) Pearce, Gregg (1993) Pechter, Howard (1990-91) Penbera, Michael (1999-2001) Perkinson, Lee (1979) Perrin, John (1986) Perry, Robert (1994) Pesavento, Ken (1996) Peterson, Sam (1986) Pierce, Jeremy (1998) Pikas, Charles (1994, 97) Plouffe, Marshall (2001-05) Pope, Brad (1991) Portugal, Chris (1993) Potulny, Matt (1982-83) Powell, Aaron (2003) Powell, George (1987) Powers, Josh (2009-pres.) Prieto, Omar (1998-99) Proud, Jeff (1999-2000) Pruett, David (1996-97)

Q

Quintell, Jason (1994-97) Quintell, John (1990-91)

R

Rainey, Davell (1982-83) Rakela, Adam (2001) Ramirez, Jose (2008-pres.) Randall, Robert (1990-93) Reading, Cori (1980) Reali, Kevin (1990-91) Rebensdorf, Derrick (1986-87) Reed, Kris (1996-98) Reimer, Tim (2002-03) Richard, Ron (1991) Ridenhour, Bob (1979-82) Rincon, Everet (2002-06) Ripplinger, Mike (1988) Rivera, Angel (1980) Rivera, Willie (1994-95) Robart, Ron (1991) Robinson, Joey (2000-01) Rodgers, Toby (1994) Rodgers, Trevor (1990-91) Rodriguez, Mark (1997-98) Roe, Don (1986) Rosebrock, Warren (2002-05) Roses, Guillermo (1988) Roth, Jeff (2008-09) Roussey, Ben (1996-98) Rumelhart, Jim (1979) Russell, Ron (1979)

S

Sabatke, Tyler (1997) Salvemini, Anthony (1999) Samuels, Geoff (1989-90) Sarraf, Cyrus (2006-07) Sandoval, Brandon (2008-pres.) Santiago, Pedro (2002-05) Santillano, George (1985) Schlager, John (2006-07) Segal, Alan (1979) Sellner, Scott (1987) Schields, Mike (1984-85) Schmidt, Jesse (2003) Schuler, Joshua (1998-99) Schuseizer, Steve (1988) Schwarze, Chris (1995) Sciola, Tony (1996) Sheets, Jim (1981-82) Shotwell, Dan (1982-83) Siino, Jeff (1983)

Silvan, Bill (1989-90) Simpson, Casey (1990-91) Sinacori, Billy (2004-2007) Sloss, Dale (1986) Smallcomb, Kevin (1981-82) Smith, Brian (2008-09) Smith, Dan (2003) Smith, Justin (1994) Souza, Kui (1993-94) Spears, Rich (1985) Spurling, Devin (2006-07) Standart, Bill (1980) Stark, Terry (1982-83) Stelzriede, Renecke (2003-04) Stinson, Doug (2008) Stoltenberg, Brad (1987-88) Stoneking, Ralph (1979) Stowe, Dennis (1979-80) Strombach, Jim (2003-06) Stunza, Carl (1985) Sturges, Brian (1993-95) Sullivan, Sean (1991) Swafford, Dan (1995-96)

T

Taber, Jim (1988) Tafoya, Dennis (1987) Taku, Alex (2009) Tanigawa, Brett (2004-08) Tarver, Lashelle (1980) Taylor, Eddie (1996-97) Taylor, Jon (2009) Teich, Mike (1991) Thobe, Steven (1994) Thomas, Buddy (1983-84) Thurman, Doug (1990-91) Tibbetts, Scott (1990) Torres, Memo (1987) Travale, John (1979-80) Tubb, Dustin (1998-99) Turnbull, Tony (1990-93) Turner, Dave (2001-02) Twitchell, Jim (1987-88)

V

Van Camp, Marc (1979) Van Schaack, Chris (1985) Vance, John (1991) Veiga, Mark (1985) Vetter, Dan (1994-95) Villegas, David (1988) Visger, Shawn (1998-99) Vontz, Doug (1985-86) Vorbeck, Eric (1990-91)

W

Wagner, Eric (1991) Walker, Joel (1997-98) Watanabe, Taylor (2004-08) Watts, Corey (2003) Weber, Andy (2000) Weeks, Robbie (1993) Weglin, Corey (2008) Weinberger, Gary (1981-82) Weiss, Mike (2008-09) Wells, Omar (1990) Welpott, Doug (1988) West, Jimmy (1999-2000) Wheeler, James (2003-06) Wheeler, Tim (2007-pres.) White, Josh (2007) White, Kevin (1983) White, Mike (1994-95) Williams, Cory (2000-01) Williams, Mark (1996-97) Willis, Chris (1995-96) Wilson, Gary (1990-92) Wilson, Matt (2002-05)

Y

Yackovich, Brian (1981-82) York, Trevor (2007-pres.)

Z

Zalasky, Pat (1993) Zancanelli, Gary (1987) Zancaner, Todd (1995-98) Zankich, Kris (1995-97) Zuccaro, Dan (1979)

The all-time roster dates back to 1979 (Coach Smith’s first season). Bold denotes current player.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1986

Overall: 42-24 Coach: John Smith 2/2 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 7-6 2/7 CHICO STATE .........................L, 5-4 2/8 STANISLAUS STATE ...............L, 5-3 2/8 STANISLAUS STATE ...............T, 6-6 2/9 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 11-5 2/11 NEVADA ............................... W, 4-0 2/11 NEVADA ............................... W, 3-2 2/12 at UC Davis.............................L, 4-2 2/14 CHICO STATE .........................L, 9-3 2/22 at Chico State ..................... W, 4-3 2/25 at San Francisco St. ..........W, 15-3 2/25 at San Francisco St. ..........W, 11-4 2/26 SAN FRANCISCO ST. .... W, 12-11 2/28 SONOMA STATE ................ W, 8-2 3/1 at Sonoma State ................. W, 6-3 3/1 at Sonoma State ................. W, 6-0 3/2 OREGON STATE ................. W, 4-3 3/2 OREGON STATE ....................L, 1-0 3/9 at UC Davis.............................L, 7-3 3/12 SAN FRANCISCO ..................L, 7-6 3/14 at Pacific ..................................L, 4-6 3/15 PACIFIC ...............................W, 17-5 3/15 PACIFIC ................................. W, 3-1 3/18 at San Francisco .................. W, 6-2 3/22 vs. Hawaii Pacific ..............W, 10-6 3/22 vs. Waseda ........................W, 12-2 3/23 vs. Georgia Tech....................L, 4-3 3/24 vs. Santa Clara ................... W, 8-1 3/25 at Hawai’i ............................ L, 18-4 3/26 at Hawai’i ............................ W, 4-2 3/27 vs. Waseda .......................... W, 4-2 3.28 vs. Hawaii Pacific ................ W, 5-4 4/1 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 7-0 4/2 CALIFORNIA ........................ W, 4-3 4/3 LaVERNE ............................... W, 2-1 4/3 LaVERNE .............................W, 10-3 4/5 at Pepperdine ..................... W, 2-1 4/5 at Pepperdine ..................... W, 6-5 4/6 at Cal State LA .................W, 15-6 4/8 SONOMA STATE ................ W, 5-1 4/11 at Loyola Marymount......... L, 14-8 4/12 at Loyola Marymount......... W, 8-6 4/12 at Loyola Marymount.......... L,13-3 4/16 OREGON TECH .................. W, 7-2 4/16 OREGON TECH .....................L, 3-2 4/18 at Saint Mary’s.................... W, 7-0 4/19 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 6-5 4/19 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 4-3 4/22 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 10-5 4/25 US International .....................L, 5-2 4/26 US International .....................L, 6-4 4/26 US International .....................L, 5-4 4/29 at Santa Clara .......................L, 6-4 5/1 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 8-2 5/1 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 8-2 5/6 at Fresno State .......................L, 5-4 5/15 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS....W, 12-8 5/16 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS...... W, 7-1 5/16 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS.........L, 7-2 5/17 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS....W, 14-7 5/23 vs. Tampa ........................ W, 14-12 5/25 vs. Columbus ...........................L, 6-5 5/26 vs. New Haven .................... W, 9-4 5/26 vs. Troy State ..........................L, 9-1

1987

Overall: 38-22 Coach: John Smith 1/31 at Chico State ........................L, 5-3 1/31 at Chico State ........................L, 5-3 2/1 SAN JOSE STATE ................ L, 15-0 2/1 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 9-1 2/3 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 9-3 2/6 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 7-3 2/7 at UC Davis.......................... W, 7-3 2/7 at UC Davis..............................L,9-6 2/14 CAL STATE LA ...................... W, 2-0 2/14 CAL STATE LA ...................... W, 3-0 2/15 CAL STATE LA .........................L, 8-4 2/17 USF ....................................... W, 7-2 2/18 CSU HAYWARD .................. W, 6-5 2/21 at Santa Clara .......................L, 3-2 2/21 at Santa Clara ..................W, 10-9 2/22 SANTA CLARA ..................... W, 6-5 2/24 at USF ................................... W, 7-2 2/27 SONOMA STATE ................ W, 7-5 2/28 at Sonoma State ................. W, 5-3 2/28 at Sonoma State ....................L, 5-1 3/3 at San Jose State ..................L, 1-0 3/7 at Oregon State ............ W, 13-12 3/7 at Oregon State ................. W, 6-5 3/8 at Oregon Tech .................W, 16-4 3/8 at Oregon Tech .................W, 12-1 3/10 SAN FRANCISCO ST .......... L, 11-9 3/14 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 9-8 3/15 NEVADA .............................L , 14-2 3/18 at CS Hayward ......................L, 8-5

3/21 3/22 3/22 3/26 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/17 4/21 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/2 5/4 5/5

PACIFIC ...............................W, 10-4 at Pacific ..................................L, 7-3 at Pacific ..................................L, 5-3 AIR FORCE .........................W, 16-3 PEPPERDINE ......................... W, 4-2 PEPPERDINE .......................... L,10-6 at San Francisco State ..........L, 2-6 at CS Northridge ..............W, 12-8 at CS Northridge ...................L, 7-4 at CS Northridge ...................L, 9-8 at California ...........................L, 6-5 at Saint Mary’s.................... W, 9-6 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 6-4 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 5-4 SANTA CLARA ...................W, 12-4 LaVERNE ............................... W, 5-4 LaVERNE .............................W, 16-4 LaVERNE .............................W, 14-4 LaVERNE ............................... W, 7-5 NEVADA ............................... W, 9-2 at UC San Diego ................ W, 5-4 at UC San Diego ...................L, 9-5 at US International ................L, 8-0 at US International ................L, 7-1 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 16-6 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 8-7 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 5-1 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 9-2 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 5-2 at Stanford ........................... L,11-3 at Stanislaus State ..........W, 12-9

1988

Overall: 43-21 Coach: John Smith 2/5 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 7-1 2/6 CHICO STATE ......... L, 6-2/W, 3-0 2/9 at Menlo College ..............W, 24-8 2/10 CALIFORNIA ...........................L, 7-2 2/12 at UC Davis.......................... W, 6-4 2/13 UC DAVIS ............W, 12-0/W, 6-0 2/16 MENLO COLLEGE .............W, 15-5 2/19 at CS Hayward .................W, 10-4 2/20 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 8-0 2/20 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 8-0 2/23 at UC Davis.............................L, 3-6 2/27 SONOMA STATE ..............W, 13-7 2/27 SONOMA STATE ...................L, 5-4 3/1 at Saint Mary’s.................... W, 8-7 3/5 CS NORTHRIDGE ................ W, 9-5 3/5 CS NORTHRIDGE ................ W, 7-6 3/6 CS NORTHRIDGE ...................L, 7-4 3/8 at Sonoma State ................. W, 3-1 3/11 OREGON TECH ................W, 15-1 3/11 OREGON TECH .................. W, 7-0 3/12 OREGON TECH ................W, 10-2 3/12 OREGON TECH ................W, 14-1 3/15 at UC Davis.............................L, 7-6 3/20 CONCORDIA .....................W, 10-3 3/20 OREGON STATE ...............W, 10-9 3/21 WARNER PACIFIC .............. W, 4-2 3/22 at CS Hayward .................W, 10-3 3/24 PACIFIC ................................. W, 8-7 3/25 at Pacific ............................... W, 5-3 3/25 at Pacific ..................................L, 3-2 3/28 at Columbus (Ohio) ...............L, 6-5 3/29 TROY STATE ......................... L,13-8 3/30 LIVINGSTON STATE ..............L, 5-3 3/31 WEST GEORGIA ................ W, 8-7 3/31 COLUMBUS COLL..................L, 2-1 4/1 COLUMBUS COLL.............W, 15-2 4/5 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 9-0 4/9 at Santa Clara .................... L, 11-2 4/9 at Santa Clara ..................... L,11-3 4/10 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 6-1 4/12 at Chico State ..................... W, 9-8 4/15 at San Francisco .....................L, 8-6 4/16 SAN FRANCISCO .............W, 13-9 4/24 at Pepperdine ........................L, 4-3 4/24 at Pepperdine ........................L, 5-3 4/27 PACIFIC ................................. W, 9-4 4/30 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 5-4 4/30 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 4-3 5/1 at Saint Mary’s..................W, 10-2 5/5 at Southern Utah................. W, 2-0 5/5 at Southern Utah................. W, 5-4 5/6 at Southern Utah....................L, 6-2 5/6 at Southern Utah....................L, 5-3 5/20 Cal Poly Pomona*.............W, 12-6 5/21 Cal Poly Pomona*.............W, 13-8 5/21 Cal Poly Pomona*............... W, 9-5 5/22 Cal Poly Pomona*............... W, 4-2 5/27 Jacksonville State# ............ W, 3-0 5/29 Lewis University# ................ W, 5-3 5/30 Florida Southern# .................L, 9-2 5/30 Lewis University# ................ W, 8-2 5/31 Florida Southern# .................L, 5-4 *-NCAA Regionals (Champions) #-NCAA Championships (Runners-up)

1989

Overall: 35-18 Coach: John Smith 1/23 at Hawaii Pacific ................. W, 5-4 1/24 at Hawaii Pacific ...............W, 11-6 2/1 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 12-8 2/7 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 1-0 2/10 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 5-2 2/11 at Chico State ...................W, 15-1 2/11 at Chico State ..................... W, 5-2 2/12 COLL. OF IDAHO................ W, 7-4 2/13 COLL. OF IDAHO....... W, 5-4 (11) 2/17 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 6-1 2/18 at UC Davis.......................... W, 8-6 2/22 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 8-1 2/22 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 8-1 2/25 at Sonoma State ................. W, 3-1 2/25 at Sonoma State ....................L, 4-2 2/26 OREGON STATE ................. W, 7-3 2/27 OREGON STATE ....................L, 5-4 3/3 NEVADA ............................... W, 5-0 3/4 NEVADA ..................................L, 7-2 3/12 at San Jose State .........L, 5-4 (10) 3/14 at San Francisco State ....... W, 7-5 3/17 at Pacific ............................... W, 4-0 3/19 at Pacific .............................W, 10-1 3/20 WASHINGTON .................. L, 10-5 3/21 WARNER PACIFIC .............W, 15-8 3/22 COLUMBUS COLLEGE ....... W, 5-2 3/23 at Santa Clara ..................W, 10-6 3/29 at UC Davis........................W, 12-4 4/1 OREGON TECH .....................L, 5-1 4/1 OREGON TECH .................. W, 7-3 4/2 OREGON TECH .................. W, 8-1 4/2 OREGON TECH .................. W, 9-4 4/4 SONOMA STATE ...................L, 6-5 4/5 at CS Hayward .................L, 12-11 4/8 SANTA CLARA ..................... W, 6-2 4/8 SANTA CLARA ..................... L, 10-2 4/9 at Santa Clara .......................L, 5-0 4/11 at California ........................ W, 7-4 4/14 SAN FRANCISCO ..................L, 9-3 4/15 at San Francisco .................. W, 6-0 4/18 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 8-4 4/22 at CS Northridge ..........L, 2-1 (11) 4/23 at CS Northridge ................ W, 4-1 4/29 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 4-1 4/29 at Saint Mary’s.............W, 3-1(11) 4/30 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 8-0 5/3 PACIFIC ...............................W, 10-9 5/8 PACIFIC ................................ W, 3-0 5/9 SAN JOSE STATE ............... W, 6-3 5/12 CAL POLY ............................. L, 11-2 5/13 CAL POLY ............................. W, 5-3 5/19 San Francisco State* .............L, 5-4 5/19 Cal Poly* .................................L, 4-3 *-NCAA Regionals at San Luis Obispo

1990

Overall: 34-25 Coach: John Smith 2/2 CS HAYWARD ...................W, 13-2 2/3 at CS Hayward ................... W, 5-2 2/5 at Stanford .......................... W, 9-1 2/9 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 9-4 2/10 at Chico State ..................... W, 1-0 2/10 at Chico State ................. L, 5-4 (9) 2/11 UC SANTA BARBARA .......L, 6-4 (10) 2/11 UC SANTA BARBARA ......... W, 6-3 2/13 at Stanislaus State ..........W, 18-9 2/19 UC DAVIS ................................L, 5-1 2/19 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 2-1 (8) 2/24 STANISLAUS STATE ........... W, 9-4 2/24 STANISLAUS STATE ........... W, 1-0 2/26 OREGON STATE ................. W, 6-2 2/27 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 5-3 3/3 at San Jose State ..................L, 8-4 3/3 at San Jose State .........L, 4-3 (10) 3/6 at Chico State ..................... W, 6-4 3/9 PACIFIC ................................. W, 5-4 3/11 PORTLAND ........................... W, 7-1 3/13 at UC Davis.......................... W, 7-6 3/15 at US International ............. L, 13-6 3/16 at San Diego State ............ L, 15-5 3/17 at San Diego State ...............L, 5-0 3/18 at San Diego State ............ W, 4-3 3/20 at California ...........................L, 6-2 3/21 at Santa Clara .................... L, 10-5 3/24 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 8-2 3/24 SAN FRANCISCO ............... L, 11-5 3/25 CS NORTHRIDGE ...................L, 9-7 3/27 SONOMA STATE ...................L, 8-2 3/31 SAN DIEGO ......................... W, 7-1 3/31 SAN DIEGO .................... W, 11-10 4/2 at San Francisco .....................L, 5-3 4/4 at UC Davis................. W, 7-4 (12) 4/5 at Pacific ............................... W, 2-1 4/6 at Pacific ..................................L, 2-1 4/9 Mercer College# ..............W, 10-3 4/10 at Samford...................... W, 12-11

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4/11 at Columbus College .......... W, 5-2 4/12 Mercer College# ..............W, 12-7 4/12 at Columbus College .............L, 7-1 4/13 FLORIDA A&M...................W, 10-7 4/17 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 14-0 4/22 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 15-6 4/24 at Sonoma State ................. W, 5-2 4/28 at Nevada ........................... L, 13-4 4/28 at Nevada ........................... L, 19-9 4/29 at Nevada ..............................L, 9-7 5/1 PACIFIC ................................. W, 7-1 5/5 at Saint Mary’s.................... W, 7-0 5/5 at Saint Mary’s..................W, 13-5 5/6 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 8-2 5/6 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 5-4 5/9 CALIFORNIA ........................ W, 8-7 5/11 at UCLA ...................................L, 9-7 5/12 at UCLA ................................ L, 13-5 5/12 at US International ................L, 2-1 5/15 SANTA CLARA ..................... W, 7-2 #-at Columbus, Georgia

1991

Overall: 41-23 Coach: John Smith 2/3 at UC Davis.......................... W, 9-5 2/4 at Chico State ..................... W, 6-4 2/6 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 8-3 2/9 at UC Santa Barbara ........ W, 8-4 2/10 at Cal Poly ..............................L, 9-8 2/12 CS HAYWARD .................... W, 8-4 2/13 at Pacific ............................... W, 2-0 2/16 UC IRVINE ...............................L, 3-2 2/16 UC IRVINE ...............................L, 7-6 2/17 UC IRVINE ............................ W, 7-4 2/19 at Stanford ..................... W, 12-10 2/21 SAINT MARY’S..................... L, 15-9 2/23 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W, 19-1 2/23 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 7-2 2/24 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W, 10-5 2/26 at Saint Mary’s..................W, 17-5 3/8 at Long Beach State ........L, 13-11 3/9 at Long Beach State .............L, 7-6 3/10 at Long Beach State .......... L, 13-3 3/12 SAMFORD ............................ W, 9-2 3/13 Samford (at UCD)............... W, 3-2 3/14 SAMFORD ............................ W, 6-2 3/15 SAMFORD ......................L, 6-5 (13) 3/16 PACIFIC ...............................W, 11-7 3/16 PACIFIC ................................. W, 6-2 3/18 CAL POLY POMONA .......W, 12-3 3/19 OREGON STATE ................. W, 8-6 3/22 vs. Washington State* ....... W, 5-1 3/23 vs. Lewis & Clark* .......... L, 6-0 (7) 3/24 vs. Hawai’i* ....................L, 7-6 (12) 3/25 vs. Portland State* ................L, 5-2 3/26 vs. Hawai’i-Hilo* ...........L, 6-5 (14) 3/27 vs. Davidson College*........ W, 4-0 3/28 vs. Wichita State* .................L, 3-2 3/29 vs. Hawai’i-Hilo* ........ W, 11-0 (7) 3/30 vs. Davidson College*........ W, 4-3 4/2 CS STANISLAUS .....................L, 2-0 4/6 at Santa Clara .......................L, 8-2 4/6 at Santa Clara .......................L, 6-3 4/7 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 7-2 4/9 at Nevada ........................... W, 9-4 4/11 CHICO STATE ....................W, 11-0 4/11 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 3-1 4/14 CS HAYWARD ...................W, 10-2 4/14 SAINT MARY’S...................W, 16-5 4/16 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 5-3 4/17 SONOMA STATE ..............W, 12-4 4/19 USF ........................................ W, 7-4 4/21 at USF .................................W, 11-6 4/22 CALIFORNIA ........................ W, 8-4 4/27 NEVADA ..................................L, 6-5 4/27 NEVADA ............................... W, 2-1 4/28 NEVADA ............................... W, 9-3 4/30 at Stanislaus State ...W, 15-11 (11) 5/1 at USF ......................................L, 7-5 5/4 at CS Northridge ...... L, 9-11 (10) 5/4 at CS Northridge ...................L, 0-4 5/5 at CS Northridge ................ W, 4-2 5/8 at Saint Mary’s............... W, 15-12 5/10 GRAND CANYON .............. W, 6-3 5/11 GRAND CANYON .............. W, 5-2 5/13 SAINT MARY’S..................... L, 6-11 5/15 STANFORD........................... W, 9-8 5/18 CS NORTHRIDGE ................ L, 13-7 *-at Hawai’i Rainbow Tournament

1992

Overall: 32-25 Coach: John Smith 2/2 STANISLAUS STATE ........... W, 5-2 2/5 at Stanford .............................L, 6-5 2/8 SANTA CLARA ..................... W, 8-7 2/8 SANTA CLARA ............... W, 6-2 (6) 2/10 at UC Davis.......................... L, 10-3 2/22 LONG BEACH STATE .......... L, 12-1 2/23 LONG BEACH STATE .............L, 4-1

2/23 2/25 2/28 2/29 3/1 3/3 3/8 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/14 3/17 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/28 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/13 5/13 5/15

LONG BEACH STATE .......... L, 17-4 at Saint Mary’s............... W, 11-10 at Hawai‘i ......................L, 9-8 (11) at Hawai‘i ...............................L, 8-4 at Hawai‘i ............................ L, 16-1 CALIFORNIA ...........................L, 7-6 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 7-2 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 6-5 at Santa Clara .................... W, 7-4 at Santa Clara .................... W, 7-6 SAN DIEGO STATE ................L, 8-5 SAN DIEGO STATE ................L, 3-2 at UC Davis.............................L, 9-6 OREGON STATE ................. L, 14-6 OREGON STATE ................. W, 4-3 OREGON STATE ................. W, 6-3 at San Francisco .................. W, 9-2 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W, 17-0 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W, 14-1 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W, 12-5 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W, 20-3 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 2-1 at California ........................ W, 6-1 GRAND CANYON ...... W, 10-9 (10) GRAND CANYON ............W, 10-3 GRAND CANYON .............. W, 8-1 GRAND CANYON .............. W, 5-4 SAN FRANCISCO .............W, 11-6 at UC Irvine ......................... W, 7-0 at UC Irvine ................... W, 7-2 (7) at UC Irvine ................ L, 16-10 (7) at Chapman ............................L, 3-2 at Nevada ..............................L, 8-5 SAINT MARY’S...................W, 10-5 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 2-1 at CS Hayward .................W, 10-1 PACIFIC ................................. W, 6-4 at CS Northridge ....... L, 10-7 (11) at CS Northridge ...................L, 8-7 at CS Northridge ....... W, 5-4 (10) UC DAVIS .......................L, 9-8 (10) at San Jose State ..................L, 4-1 SAN JOSE STATE ...................L, 8-2 STANFORD ............................L, 5-4 at Pacific ............................... W, 7-4 UCLA ........................................L, 5-2 UCLA ...................................W, 10-7 NEVADA ............................... L, 10-2 NEVADA ............................... W, 3-1 at Pacific ............................... W, 6-1

1993

Overall: 36-22, WAC: 13-11 Coach: John Smith 2/11 at UC Davis.......................... W, 2-0 2/13 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 7-2 2/13 at Saint Mary’s..................W, 19-8 2/14 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 4-2 2/15 at Santa Clara .......................L, 4-3 2/16 UC DAVIS ........................ W, 12-11 2/22 at UC Santa Barbara ........ W, 4-1 2/27 UC SANTA BARBARA# .......W, 11-7 2/27 OREGON STATE# .................L, 8-6 2/28 CALIFORNIA# ..................... W, 5-1 2/28 OREGON STATE ...............W, 10-9 3/2 VALPARAISO ......................W, 13-0 3/3 at Nevada ...................... W, 17-11 3/5 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. W, 4-3 3/6 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. W, 5-4 3/7 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. L, 10-3 3/9 at San Francisco ................W, 17-3 3/12 SAN DIEGO STATE* ........... W, 9-5 3/13 SAN DIEGO STATE* ........... W, 2-0 3/14 SAN DIEGO STATE* .........W, 10-9 3/16 NEVADA ............................... L, 10-5 3/19 UTAH ..................................... W, 8-5 3/20 Oregon State (at SJSU) .......L, 7-1 3/20 at San Jose State ............... L, 14-7 3/21 at San Jose State ............... L, 17-9 3/22 STANFORD.........................W, 11-3 3/27 at CS Northridge* .............. W, 7-4 3/29 at CS Northridge* .................L, 2-1 3/29 at CS Northridge* .................L, 7-0 3/31 at California ...........................L, 5-0 4/2 at Fresno State* .....................L, 5-3 4/3 at Fresno State* .................. L, 14-1 4/4 at Fresno State* ................W, 13-9 4/6 SANTA CLARA ...................W, 10-9 4/10 HAWAI‘I* .................................L, 6-2 4/10 HAWAI‘I* .............................. W, 4-1 4/12 HAWAI‘I* .............................. L, 13-5 4/13 PACIFIC ....................................L, 8-3 4/14 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 4-2 4/16 at San Diego State* ........W, 14-7 4/17 at San Diego State* .......... W, 6-5 4/18 at San Diego State* ........W, 12-7 4/20 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 8-5 4/23 at Long Beach State .......... L, 10-9 4/24 at Long Beach State .......... L, 18-4 4/25 at Long Beach State .......... W, 6-1 4/27 at Pacific ............................... W, 8-7

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/30 FRESNO STATE* .................. L, 12-7 5/1 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 9-5 5/2 FRESNO STATE* .................. W, 8-5 5/4 SANTA CLARA ..................... W, 6-4 5/7 at Hawai‘i* .......................... L, 10-5 5/8 at Hawai‘i* .............................L, 7-1 5/9 at Hawai‘i* ........................W, 11-1 5/14 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 9-3 5/15 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 4-0 5/15 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 5-1 5/16 SOUTHERN UTAH .............W, 14-2 #-Sacramento Baseball Classic *-WAC games

1994

Overall: 27-29, WAC: 10-14 Coach: John Smith 2/5 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 5-3 2/11 UC SANTA BARBARA .......W, 13-7 2/12 UC SANTA BARBARA ............L, 9-7 2/12 UC SANTA BARBARA .......W, 11-6 2/15 at Stanford .......................... W, 7-0 2/16 WYOMING........................W, 21-7 2/18 WASHINGTON ST. ...........W, 11-6 2/23 UC DAVIS ............................. L, 12-6 2/25 SAINT MARY’S...................W, 10-1 2/27 at Saint Mary’s.................... L, 10-4 3/2 at Santa Clara .......................L, 4-3 3/4 OREGON STATE ....................L, 5-0 3/4 PORTLAND ........................... W, 6-5 3/5 OREGON STATE ................. W, 9-8 3/6 PORTLAND .........................W, 12-4 3/8 NEVADA ............................... L, 15-6 3/11 at Fresno State* .....................L, 7-6 3/12 at Fresno State* .....................L, 6-2 3/13 at Fresno State* ................ W , 9-0 3/15 ARIZONA ............................. L, 10-4 3/16 ARIZONA ...........................W, 25-8 3/18 CS NORTHRIDGE* ............W, 10-6 3/19 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. L, 10-7 3/20 CS NORTHRIDGE* ............W, 17-8 3/22 at California ...........................L, 7-6 3/25 SAN DIEGO STATE* .........L, 15-11 3/26 SAN DIEGO STATE* ........... L, 14-7 3/27 SAN DIEGO STATE* .........L, 12-10 3/28 at Saint Mary’s.................... L, 12-5 4/1 at Hawai‘i* .......................... W, 5-3 4/2 at Hawai‘i* .......................... W, 7-5 4/3 at Hawai‘i* .............................L, 5-4 4/10 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 8-5 4/11 at Santa Clara .......................L, 6-3 4/13 at San Francisco .................. W, 8-3 4/15 FRESNO STATE* .................. W, 4-3 4/16 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 7-2 4/17 FRESNO STATE* ............. W, 21-13 4/19 SAN FRANCISCO ..................L, 9-8 4/20 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 3-1 4/22 at CS Northridge* .............. W, 9-0 4/23 at CS Northridge* .................L, 7-6 4/24 at CS Northridge* ............W, 14-6 4/26 CALIFORNIA ........................ W, 3-2 4/27 at Pacific .............................L, 11-10 4/30 at Stanford .......................... W, 8-5 5/1 STANFORD.........................W, 14-3 5/3 at Nevada .........................W, 11-1 5/4 PACIFIC ................................. L, 10-9 5/7 HAWAI‘I* .................................L, 6-5 5/7 HAWAI‘I* .............................. L, 11-3 5/8 HAWAI‘I* .................................L, 7-3 5/10 SANTA CLARA ..................... L, 11-6 5/13 at San Diego State* .............L, 8-7 5/16 at San Diego State* .......... L, 10-3 5/16 at San Diego State* .......... W, 4-2 *-WAC games

1995

Overall: 28-26, WAC: 16-13 Coach: John Smith 1/31 at California ...........................L, 6-2 2/2 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 2-1 2/4 SAINT MARY’S...................W, 10-5 2/5 CHICO STATE ...................... W, 4-2 2/7 at Stanford .............................L, 7-4 2/10 at UC Santa Barbara ........ W, 7-5 2/11 at UC Santa Barbara ...........L, 9-8 2/12 at UC Santa Barbara ...........L, 4-3 2/14 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 7-3 2/17 WASHINGTON STATE ....... W, 9-8 2/18 WASHINGTON STATE ....... W, 6-0 2/22 NEVADA ............................... L, 10-5 2/25 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 9-8 2/26 at UC Davis.......................... W, 5-4 2/27 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 4-3 3/4 at San Jose State .............L, 13-10 3/5 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 7-2 3/5 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 7-0 3/12 at San Diego State* .............L, 7-6 3/13 at San Diego State* .............L, 4-3 3/13 at San Diego State* .......... L, 11-1 3/17 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. W, 6-1 3/19 CS NORTHRIDGE* ............W, 17-6

3/19 CS NORTHRIDGE* ............W, 13-3 3/25 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 7-6 3/26 CAL POLY* ........................... W, 2-0 3/26 CAL POLY* ........................... W, 9-1 3/28 at Santa Clara .......................L, 7-1 3/31 FRESNO STATE* .................. W, 4-3 4/1 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 5-1 4/2 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 4-1 4/4 at UC Davis.............................L, 4-3 4/5 SAN FRANCISCO ST. .......L, 11-13 4/7 at Hawai‘i* .............................L, 6-5 4/8 at Hawai‘i* .............................L, 2-1 4/9 at Hawai‘i* ........................W, 14-8 4/14 at CS Northridge* .............. L, 10-4 4/15 at CS Northridge* ............W, 13-9 4/21 SAN DIEGO STATE* ........... W, 5-4 4/22 SAN DIEGO STATE* .........W, 10-5 4/23 SAN DIEGO STATE* ........... L, 16-2 4/25 CALIFORNIA ......................L, 11-10 4/26 SANTA CLARA ..................... W, 8-7 4/28 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 2-1 4/29 at Cal Poly* ......................... W, 4-3 4/30 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 3-0 5/2 PACIFIC ....................................L, 3-1 5/4 HAWAI’I* .............................. W, 3-2 5/5 HAWAI’I* .............................. W, 9-3 5/6 HAWAI’I* .............................. W, 2-0 5/8 STANFORD........................... W, 8-6 5/12 FRESNO STATE* .................. W, 3-2 5/13 at Fresno State* .....................L, 8-7 5/14 FRESNO STATE* .................. W, 6-4 *-WAC games

1996

Overall: 12-43, WAC: 3-27 Coach: John Smith 1/26 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 7-4 1/28 CAL POLY* ........................... L, 11-6 2/1 CHICO STATE ....................L, 13-10 2/3 SAN FRANCISCO ..................L, 9-4 2/7 STANFORD..............................L, 5-3 2/9 UC SANTA BARBARA ......... W, 7-6 2/10 UC SANTA BARBARA .....L, 8-5 (11) 2/11 UC SANTA BARBARA ............L, 6-3 2/13 SANTA CLARA ..................... W, 8-7 2/16 at Grand Canyon ............... L, 11-6 2/17 at Grand Canyon ....W, 11-9 (12) 2/18 at Grand Canyon ..................L, 6-5 2/23 SAN JOSE STATE ..............W, 11-9 2/24 SAN JOSE STATE ...................L, 9-2 2/24 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 8-0 2/25 at San Jose State ..................L, 3-2 3/1 HAWAI‘I* ........................L, 8-5 (11) 3/2 HAWAI‘I* .................................L, 5-4 3/6 at UC Davis.............................L, 3-0 3/8 at San Diego State ............ L, 16-2 3/9 at San Diego State ...............L, 7-6 3/10 at San Diego State ...............L, 5-3 3/15 at Santa Clara .......................L, 1-0 3/16 at Santa Clara .................... W, 6-5 3/17 SANTA CLARA ..................... L, 11-4 3/19 at Saint Mary’s.................... W, 4-2 3/22 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. L, 13-4 3/23 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. L, 18-6 3/24 CS NORTHRIDGE* ........L, 7-6 (10) 3/27 at California ........................ L, 18-4 3/29 at Fresno State* .....................L, 6-2 3/30 at Fresno State* .....................L, 9-1 3/31 at Fresno State* .....................L, 9-4 4/3 HAWAI‘I* ............................W, 16-9 4/5 at Hawai‘i* .............................L, 7-3 4/6 at Hawai‘i* .......................... L, 15-6 4/7 at Hawai‘i* .............................L, 9-8 4/12 SAN DIEGO STATE* ..............L, 9-1 4/13 SAN DIEGO STATE* ......... W, 4-3 (10) 4/14 SAN DIEGO STATE* ..............L, 5-4 4/16 at Stanford .............................L, 4-3 4/19 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 6-2 4/20 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 9-7 4/20 at Cal Poly* ......................... L, 12-1 4/21 at Cal Poly* ......................... W, 6-4 4/23 NEVADA ............................... L, 11-4 4/26 FRESNO STATE* .................. L, 10-0 4/27 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 4-2 4/28 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 5-3 4/30 at Nevada ........................... L, 20-3 5/3 at CS Northridge* .............. L, 19-5 5/4 at CS Northridge* .................L, 9-0 5/5 at CS Northridge* .................L, 4-2 5/7 at Pacific .................... W, 10-7 (10) 5/8 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 13-6 *-WAC games

1997

Overall: 16-39, Big West 8-22 Coach: John Smith 1/30 SOUTHERN UTAH ............... W, 8-7 2/1 at San Francisco .................. L, 10-5 2/1 at San Francisco .................. W, 9-6 2/2 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 4-3 2/6 CHICO STATE ....................... L , 7-6

2/7 CS NORTHRIDGE ..........L, 9-8 (12) 2/8 CS NORTHRIDGE ................ L, 14-6 2/12 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 3-2 2/15 OREGON STATE ................. W, 2-0 2/15 OREGON STATE ................. L, 18-6 2/16 OREGON STATE ....................L, 8-5 2/17 WASHINGTON STATE .....W, 17-5 2/22 at Cal State Northridge .... L, 14-3 2/22 at Cal State Northridge .... L, 20-4 2/23 at Cal State Northridge .......L, 9-8 2/25 STANFORD........................... L, 18-4 3/1 SAINT MARY’S..................... L, 12-7 3/1 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 7-3 3/4 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 5-2 3/7 at Pacific* ................................L, 6-0 3/8 PACIFIC* ............................... W, 6-5 3/8 RHODE ISLAND .................W, 31-3 3/9 at Pacific* ............................. L, 20-3 3/11 at UC Davis.......................... L, 16-4 3/14 NEVADA* ............................. L, 10-3 3/15 NEVADA* ................................L, 7-6 3/16 NEVADA* ................................L, 8-5 3/21 at New Mexico State* ..........L, 9-5 3/22 at New Mexico State* .. W, 13-11 3/23 at New Mexico State* .. W, 19-16 3/27 at Long Beach State* ........ L, 22-3 3/28 at Long Beach State* ...........L, 4-3 3/29 at Long Beach State* ........ L, 10-3 4/2 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 14-7 4/4 CS FULLERTON* .....................L, 9-5 4/5 CS FULLERTON* .....................L, 4-0 4/6 CS FULLERTON* .......W, 10-9 (12) 4/11 PACIFIC* .........................L, 3-2 (10) 4/12 at Pacific* ................................L, 9-5 4/13 PACIFIC* ............................... W, 7-6 4/15 at California ...........................L, 7-3 4/18 at UC Santa Barbara* ...... L, 15-5 4/19 at UC Santa Barbara* .........L, 9-7 4/20 at UC Santa Barbara* ...... L, 15-6 4/22 at Stanford .............................L, 9-3 4/25 CAL POLY* ........................... L, 17-9 4/26 CAL POLY* ........................... L, 16-7 4/27 CAL POLY* ...................... W, 13-11 5/2 at Nevada* ............................L, 6-5 5/3 at Nevada* ......................... L, 23-3 5/4 at Nevada* .......................L, 15-22 5/6 CALIFORNIA ........................ L, 15-8 5/9 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... L, 11-4 5/10 NEW MEXICO STATE* ......... W, 19-11 5/11 NEW MEXICO STATE* .....W, 12-6 *-Big West games

1998

Overall: 25-35, Big West: 15-19 Coach: John Smith 1/22 at Hawai‘i ............................ L, 20-9 1/23 at Hawai‘i ............................ L, 15-5 1/24 at Hawai‘i ...............................L, 7-5 1/30 SAN FRANCISCO .......... W, 12-11 2/9 at Chico State ..................... L, 12-7 2/12 at CS Northridge ..............L, 12-11 2/13 at Pepperdine ..................... W, 6-5 2/15 at Pepperdine ..................... W, 7-3 2/15 at Pepperdine ..................... L, 11-1 2/17 at UC Davis.......................... L, 10-3 2/18 CHICO STATE ...................... L, 11-6 2/20 at San Jose State ..................L, 6-2 2/20 at San Jose State ............... L, 12-8 2/22 SAN JOSE STATE ..............W, 10-6 2/24 at Fresno State .................... L, 10-3 2/28 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 2-1 2/28 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 5-4 3/1 SAINT MARY’S...................L, 17-13 3/4 CALIFORNIA ........................ L, 15-5 3/6 PACIFIC* .............................W, 10-2 3/7 at Pacific* ............................. L, 17-4 3/8 PACIFIC* ..................................L, 6-2 3/13 NEVADA* ............................. L, 14-9 3/14 NEVADA* ........................ W, 13-10 3/15 NEVADA* ...........................W, 11-6 3/17 at San Francisco ................W, 10-9 3/20 NEW MEXICO STATE* .....W, 13-7 3/21 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... W, 6-5 3/22 NEW MEXICO STATE* .....W, 11-6 3/24 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 9-5 3/27 at Cal State Fullerton* ...... W, 9-4 3/28 at Cal State Fullerton* ...... L, 15-6 3/29 at Cal State Fullerton* .........L, 9-4 4/1 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 13-2 4/4 LONG BEACH STATE* ......L, 19-10 4/4 LONG BEACH STATE* ........ L, 14-6 4/5 LONG BEACH STATE* ........ L, 18-7 4/8 at Santa Clara .................... W, 8-6 4/9 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 6-3 4/10 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 6-5 4/12 at Cal Poly* .......................W, 10-8 4/14 at Stanford .......................... L, 12-2 4/17 UC SANTA BARBARA* .....W, 10-7 4/18 UC SANTA BARBARA* ..........L, 8-5 4/19 UC SANTA BARBARA* ....... W, 7-6 4/21 FRESNO STATE .......................L, 6-5

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4/24 at Pacific* ...........................L, 13-10 4/25 PACIFIC* .............................W, 23-9 4/26 at Pacific* ...........................W, 16-3 4/29 UC DAVIS ...........................W, 18-2 5/1 at Nevada* .......................L, 20-10 5/2 at Nevada* .......................L, 17-13 5/3 at Nevada* ............................L, 9-5 5/8 at New Mexico State* ..........L, 8-6 5/9 at New Mexico State* ....... L, 11-9 5/10 at New Mexico State* .. W, 14-13 5/14 at Long Beach State! ............L, 8-7 5/15 vs. Cal State Fullerton!....... W, 6-5 5/16 vs. UC Santa Barbara! ......... W, 15-11 5/17 vs. Long Beach State! .......L, 24-10 *-Big West games ! - Big West Tournament

1999

Overall: 18-39, Big West: 8-22 Coach: John Smith 1/29 SAN FRANCISCO ............... L, 12-0 1/31 at San Francisco .... W, 11-10 (10) 2/4 at Hawai‘i ..........................W, 12-4 2/5 at Hawai‘i ............................ L, 10-3 2/6 at Hawai‘i ............................ L, 21-4 2/12 at San Diego ..........................L, 7-5 2/13 at San Diego ..........................L, 7-0 2/14 at San Diego ..........................L, 9-1 2/17 at Stanford .............................L, 8-1 2/19 SAN JOSE STATE ..............W, 11-1 2/20 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 4-3 2/21 at San Jose State ..................L, 4-1 2/23 at California ........................ W, 6-5 2/27 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 9-6 2/27 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 7-1 2/28 SAINT MARY’S..................... L, 21-4 3/5 at UC Santa Barbara* ...... W, 8-6 3/6 at UC Santa Barbara* .........L, 7-2 3/7 at UC Santa Barbara* ....W, 10-4 3/9 UC DAVIS ................................L, 7-6 3/12 at Long Beach State* ...........L, 9-1 3/13 at Long Beach State* ...........L, 6-3 3/14 at Long Beach State* ...........L, 7-0 3/16 at UC Davis.............................L, 6-5 3/19 CS FULLERTON* .................. L, 21-2 3/20 CS FULLERTON* .................. L, 11-5 3/21 CS FULLERTON* .................. L, 14-7 3/23 at Santa Clara ..................W, 12-9 3/26 CS NORTHRIDGE ................ W, 8-3 3/27 CS NORTHRIDGE ....... W, 4-3 (12) 3/28 CS NORTHRIDGE ...................L, 6-2 3/30 at Fresno State .......................L, 4-1 4/1 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 4-2 4/2 CAL POLY* ........................... W, 8-4 4/3 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 3-1 4/7 SANTA CLARA ..................... L, 16-7 4/9 at New Mexico State* ....... L, 18-4 4/10 at New Mexico State* ....... L, 16-1 4/11 at New Mexico State* ..........L, 8-7 4/13 CAL STATE HAYWARD ..........L, 7-5 4/16 PACIFIC* ..................................L, 5-1 4/17 PACIFIC* ............................... W, 4-3 4/18 PACIFIC* ..................................L, 8-6 4/20 CHICO STATE .........................L, 9-5 4/23 at Nevada* ............................L, 5-2 4/24 at Nevada* ......................... L, 16-4 4/25 at Nevada* ......................... L, 19-7 4/26 FRESNO STATE ..................... L,14-7 4/30 at CS Fullerton* .....................L, 4-0 5/1 at CS Fullerton* ................... L,14-7 5/2 at CS Fullerton* ............. W, 13-10 5/7 LONG BEACH STATE* ...........L, 6-3 5/8 LONG BEACH STATE* ........ L, 14-4 5/9 LONG BEACH ST.* ....... W, 11-10 (10) 5/15 NEW MEXICO STATE* ..........L, 8-3 5/16 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... W, 4-3 5/17 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... W, 9-8 *-Big West games

2000

Overall: 23-33, Big West: 15-15 Coach: John Smith 2/1 SAN FRANCISCO ST. .......W, 14-5 2/4 at CS Northridge ...................L, 3-2 2/5 at CS Northridge ...................L, 5-3 2/6 at CS Northridge ...................L, 3-2 2/8 CS HAYWARD ...................W, 10-3 2/15 at UC Davis........................W, 11-7 2/18 at San Jose State ............... L, 13-2 2/19 at San Jose State ..................L, 7-3 2/20 SAN JOSE STATE ...................L, 4-3 2/21 STANFORD..............................L, 4-2 2/25 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 9-3 2/26 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 4-3 2/27 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 2-1 3/4 SAINT MARY’S............ W, 9-8 (11) 3/4 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 9-6 3/7 at Santa Clara .................... W, 8-6 3/14 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 7-3 3/15 vs. Hawai’i ............................ L, 13-1 3/17 UC SANTA BARBARA* ..........L, 2-0

3/18 UC SANTA BARBARA* .....W, 13-0 3/19 UC SANTA BARBARA* .....W, 13-5 3/21 FRESNO STATE .......................L, 3-1 3/24 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 5-4 3/25 at Cal Poly* .......................W, 11-7 3/26 at Cal Poly* ......................... W, 8-1 3/28 CHICO STATE ...................... L, 17-7 3/31 LONG BEACH STATE* ........ W, 5-4 4/1 LONG BEACH STATE* ........ W, 6-5 4/2 LONG BEACH STATE* ........ L, 12-6 4/7 at CS Fullerton* .................. W, 3-2 4/8 at CS Fullerton* ................W, 12-7 4/9 at CS Fullerton* .....................L, 6-4 4/11 at San Francisco .................. L, 24-4 4/14 NEW MEXICO STATE* ..........L, 7-5 4/15 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... W, 7-6 4/16 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... W, 8-4 4/20 NEVADA* ................................L, 7-3 4/21 NEVADA* ................................L, 5-3 4/22 NEVADA* ............................. L, 10-8 4/24 CALIFORNIA ...........................L, 5-3 4/25 SANTA CLARA ................ W, 15-10 4/28 at Pacific* ............................. W, 9-1 4/29 at Pacific* ................................L, 6-2 4/30 at Pacific* ............................. W, 8-3 5/2 at Fresno State .................... L, 15-2 5/5 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 8-7 5/6 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 6-2 5/8 CAL POLY* ........................... L, 15-3 5/9 SAN FRANCISCO ............W, 10-3 5/12 at UC Santa Barbara* ...... W, 8-6 5/13 at UC Santa Barbara* ...... L, 10-9 5/14 at UC Santa Barbara* ....L, 17-12 5/19 at New Mexico State* ....... W, 8-7 5/20 at New Mexico State* ..........L, 9-4 5/21 at New Mexico State* .....W, 13-6 *-Big West games

2001

Overall: 24-35, Big West: 4-14 Coach: John Smith 1/25 at Hawai’i ......................L, 8-7 (11) 1/26 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 5-1 1/27 at Hawai‘i ..........................W, 11-8 2/2 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 4-3 2/3 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 4-3 2/6 UC DAVIS ................................L, 6-5 2/9 at San Diego ....................... L, 15-2 2/10 at San Diego ....................... W, 7-0 2/11 at San Diego ....................... W, 7-5 2/14 SAN FRANCISCO ..................L, 9-1 2/16 SF STATE .............................W, 12-4 2/17 SF STATE .............................W, 19-6 2/23 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 5-3 2/27 at Santa Clara .................... W, 7-4 2/28 at Saint Mary’s........... W, 3-2 (10) 3/2 UTAH ...................................L, 17-10 3/3 UTAH ........................................L, 4-2 3/3 UTAH ..................................... W, 2-1 3/8 E. MICHIGAN ...................... W, 4-3 3/9 CHICAGO STATE ................ W, 7-0 3/10 E. MICHIGAN ...................... W, 4-1 3/13 at California ...........................L, 5-2 3/16 PACIFIC ................................. W, 8-6 3/17 PACIFIC ....................................L, 4-2 3/18 PACIFIC ................................. W, 7-3 3/20 at Nevada ........................... L, 18-8 3/24 UC RIVERSIDE ...................... L, 12-8 3/25 UC RIVERSIDE ...................... L, 16-1 3/26 UC RIVERSIDE .........................L, 8-6 3/30 at CS Northridge ...................L, 6-3 3/31 at CS Northridge ...................L, 7-1 4/1 at CS Northridge ................ W, 4-2 4/3 vs. UC Davis ......................... L, 12-2 4/6 at Long Beach State* ..L, 3-2 (10) 4/7 at Long Beach State* ........ W, 4-0 4/8 at Long Beach State* ...........L, 9-0 4/12 CS FULLERTON* .................. L, 20-2 4/13 CS FULLERTON* .....................L, 9-5 4/14 CS FULLERTON* .....................L, 8-2 4/17 NEVADA ..................................L, 9-6 4/21 UC SANTA BARBARA* ....... L, 13-5 4/21 UC SANTA BARBARA* ....... W, 4-2 4/22 UC SANTA BARBARA* ..........L, 9-7 4/24 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 4-3 4/27 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 9-5 4/28 at Cal Poly* ............................L, 4-3 4/29 at Cal Poly* ......................... W, 6-2 5/1 HAWAI’I ...................................L, 9-7 5/2 STANFORD*.......................W, 12-3 5/4 at UC Riverside ................... L, 10-9 5/5 at UC Riverside .................W, 12-6 5/6 at UC Riverside ................... W, 6-4 5/8 at Fresno State .................... W, 4-3 5/11 CS NORTHRIDGE* .............. L, 15-5 5/12 CS NORTHRIDGE* .................L, 9-1 5/13 CS NORTHRIDGE* .................L, 8-3 5/17 at Pacific* ................................L, 6-2 5/18 at Pacific* ................................L, 7-2 5/20 at Pacific* ............................. W, 5-2 *-Big West games

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2002

Overall: 22-34, Big West: 4-20 Coach: John Smith 2/8 at Hawai‘i ...............................L, 6-3 2/9 at Hawai‘i ................... W, 5-2 (13) 2/10 at Hawai‘i ............................ W, 5-3 2/15 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 4-3 2/16 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 7-6 2/17 SAINT MARY’S..................... L, 11-1 2/20 at UC Davis.......................... W, 9-2 2/23 CENTENARY ................ W, 5-3 (10) 2/23 CENTENARY .......................W, 12-5 2/24 CENTENARY ......................... W, 8-6 2/26 at Santa Clara .......................L, 7-5 3/1 at San Francisco ............L, 8-7 (12) 3/2 at San Francisco .....................L, 3-2 3/3 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 9-3 3/5 NEVADA ............................... W, 6-5 3/8 WASHINGTON STATE ....... W, 9-2 3/9 WASHINGTON STATE ..........L, 9-4 3/10 WASH. STATE ........ W, 11-10 (10) 3/12 at San Jose State ..................L, 7-1 3/15 at Cal Poly ........................... L, 12-4 3/16 at Cal Poly .........................W, 18-3 3/14 STONY BROOK .................. W, 3-1 3/24 STONY BROOK .....................L, 7-5 3/28 LONG BEACH STATE* ........ L, 16-2 3/29 LONG BEACH STATE* ...........L, 7-2 3/30 LONG BEACH STATE* ...........L, 9-1 4/5 at CS Fullerton* .....................L, 3-1 4/6 at CS Fullerton* .....................L, 9-3 4/7 at CS Fullerton* .................. L, 22-0 4/9 vs. UC Davis ......................... W, 7-0 4/12 UC RIVERSIDE* .................... L, 10-0 4/13 UC RIVERSIDE* .......................L, 7-3 4/14 UC RIVERSIDE* .................... L, 17-5 4/16 HAWAI’I-HILO ...................W, 13-8 4/19 at CS Northridge* .............. L, 19-7 4/20 at CS Northridge* .................L, 6-4 4/21 at CS Northridge* ............... L,12-7 4/23 SANTA CLARA ..................... L, 18-1 4/24 at Stanford .............................L, 6-5 4/26 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 7-2 4/27 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 9-6 4/28 CAL POLY* ..............................L, 9-0 4/30 at Nevada ........................... W, 8-7 5/3 at Fresno State .................... L, 11-1 5/4 at Fresno State .................... W, 8-3 5/5 at Fresno State .................... W, 8-5 5/7 San Jose State .................... L, 13-7 5/10 at UC Irvine* ....................... W, 4-2 5/11 at UC Irvine* ....................... L, 10-6 5/12 at UC Irvine* ..........................L, 4-3 5/17 at UC Santa Barbara* ...... L, 14-5 5/18 at UC Santa Barbara* .........L, 8-7 5/19 at UC Santa Barbara* ....W, 12-7 5/24 PACIFIC* ............................... L, 10-3 5/25 PACIFIC* ............................... W, 6-1 5/26 PACIFIC* ............................... W, 8-5 *-Big West games

2003

Overall: 33-24 Coach: John Smith 2/2 vs. Oregon Tech .................. W, 9-1 2/2 vs. Oregon Tech ................W, 11-3 2/4 PACIFIC ................................. W, 5-4 2/6 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 3-2 2/8 CS STANISLAUS .................. W, 9-5 2/9 CS STANISLAUS ................W, 14-2 2/14 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 3-2 2/15 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 2-0 2/16 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 8-7 2/21 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 5-3 2/22 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 5-4 2/23 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 7-3 2/25 SF STATE .............................W, 11-8 2/28 at UC Santa Barbara ........ W, 4-1 3/1 at UC Santa Barbara ...........L, 4-3 3/2 at UC Santa Barbara ........ L, 11-1 3/4 NEVADA ............................... L, 14-1 3/11 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 9-3 3/15 DARTMOUTH .................. W, 18-12 3/15 DARTMOUTH ..........................L, 9-6 3/16 DARTMOUTH ....................... L, 13-9 3/17 DARTMOUTH .....................W, 10-5 3/18 MINNESOTA ........................ W, 4-0 3/19 MINNESOTA ......................W, 12-7 3/22 at UC Riverside ................... L, 14-4 3/23 at UC Riverside ......................L, 6-2 3/25 CAL ........................................ W, 7-6 3/28 at Pacific ..................................L, 5-4 3/29 PACIFIC ................................. W, 7-5 3/30 at Pacific ............................... W, 5-0 4/2 at Cal .......................................L, 5-0 4/4 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 5-3 4/5 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 9-6 4/6 CS HAYWARD ..................... W, 9-8 4/8 at Nevada .........................W, 14-4 4/11 at Stanford .............................L, 9-1

4/14 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/22 4/24 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/4 5/4 5/6 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/16 5/17 5/18

at Arizona ....................... W, 12-11 at Centenary .....................W, 11-8 at Centenary .....................W, 12-9 at Centenary .....................W, 13-9 STANFORD..............................L, 5-1 HAWAI’I-HILO ........................L, 5-0 HAWAI’I-HILO ..................... W, 7-2 HAWAI’I-HILO ...................W, 11-4 HAWAI’I-HILO ..................... W, 6-4 ARIZONA ...........................L, 21-13 HAWAI’I ................................ L, 10-7 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 2-1 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 2-1 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 6-0 at Washington St. .............L, 17-11 at Washington St. ............... L, 14-5 at Washington St. .......... W, 15-14 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 3-0 at San Francisco .................. L, 10-3 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 5-4

2004

Overall: 29-32 Coach: John Smith 1/30 at San Diego State ............ W, 6-5 1/31 at San Diego State ..........W, 10-8 2/1 at San Diego State ............ L, 11-7 2/4 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 5-4 2/7 at UC San Diego ................ W, 6-5 2/7 at UC San Diego ...................L, 7-5 2/8 at UC San Diego ................ W, 3-2 2/10 at UC Davis.......................... L, 11-6 2/13 SAINT MARY’S...................W, 13-5 2/14 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 3-2 2/15 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 7-4 2/19 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 8-2 2/21 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 7-6 2/22 WASHINGTON STATE ..........L, 6-2 2/24 UC DAVIS ............................. L, 12-4 2/27 Washington State .....................L, 4-2 2/28 vs. Oregon State ..............W, 10-3 2/29 UC RIVERSIDE .........................L, 5-3 3/3 at Cal .......................................L, 4-3 3/6 at Arizona ........................... W, 9-8 3/6 at Arizona ..............................L, 5-2 3/7 at Arizona ............................ L, 11-6 3/10 at Santa Clara .................... W, 8-6 3/12 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ........ W, 4-0 3/13 SAN FRANCISCO STATE .........W, 15-9 3/14 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ............ L, 5-4 3/20 CAL POLY ............................. W, 3-1 3/21 UC RIVERSIDE .........................L, 4-2 3/21 CAL POLY ................................L, 5-2 3/22 UC RIVERSIDE .........................L, 9-1 3/26 at Pacific .............................W, 16-9 3/26 at Pacific .............................W, 15-5 3/27 PACIFIC ................................. W, 5-4 3/28 PACIFIC ................................. W, 6-1 3/30 NEVADA ............................... L, 10-6 4/2 UC SANTA BARBARA ............L, 10-5 4/3 UC SANTA BARBARA ........... L, 11-0 4/4 UC SANTA BARBARA ........... L, 10-1 4/6 at Hawai’i ............................ W, 6-3 4/7 at Hawai’i ...............................L, 5-4 4/9 at Hawai’i-Hilo .................... W, 4-2 4/9 at Hawai’i-Hilo .......................L, 5-0 4/10 at Hawai’i-Hilo .......................L, 4-3 4/10 at Hawai’i-Hilo .................... W, 4-3 4/16 OREGON STATE ....................L, 7-2 4/17 OREGON STATE ....................L, 9-1 4/18 OREGON STATE ................. L, 12-6 4/20 at Nevada ........................... L, 17-4 4/23 at Stanford .......................... L, 15-1 4/24 STANFORD........................... W, 2-1 4/27 CAL ........................................ L, 3-25 4/30 at San Jose State ..................L, 4-3 5/1 at San Jose State ............... W, 6-5 5/2 at San Jose State ..................L, 9-8 5/4 SAN FRANCISCO ............... W, 8-6 5/8 at Washington State .......... L, 17-3 5/9 at Washington State .......... W, 3-1 5/10 at Washington State .............L, 6-5 5/14 NO. COLORADO ............. W, 12-11 5/15 NO. COLORDAO ..............W, 17-7 5/16 NO. COLORADO ................ W, 9-8

2005

Overall: 20-36-1 Coach: John Smith 2/4 WASHINGTON STATE ..........L, 8-7 2/5 WASHINGTON STATE ....... W, 9-8 2/6 WASHINGTON STATE ....... W, 8-6 2/11 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 6-2 2/12 SAN FRANCISCO ............... L, 12-1 2/13 UC DAVIS ................................L, 5-2 2/16 at Santa Clara .......................L, 7-4 2/19 SAINT MARY’S........................L, 8-1 2/24 NO. DAKOTA STATE........... W, 3-0 2/25 NO. DAKOTA STATE........... W, 6-1 2/26 NO. DAKOTA STATE........... W, 8-1 2/26 NO. DAKOTA STATE..............T, 4-4

3/1 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/25 3/26 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/20 5/21 5/22

at Hawai’i ............................ W, 8-5 vs. #15 Wichita State ..........L, 9-3 vs. #22 Lo.-Lafayette ...........L, 2-4 vs. South Florida ................. W, 7-4 vs. UC Davis ............................L, 6-3 UC RIVERSIDE .........................L, 5-2 UC RIVERSIDE .........................L, 7-1 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 7-6 at Oregon State ....................L, 8-2 at Oregon State ....................L, 7-4 at Oregon State ....................L, 9-3 at #10 Stanford ................. W, 4-3 #10 STANFORD ....................L, 8-2 at California ...........................L, 7-5 UC DAVIS ................................L, 4-1 at UC Davis.............................L, 4-2 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 9-7 HAWAII-HILO ...................... W, 7-5 HAWAII-HILO ...................... W, 9-0 HAWAII-HILO .........................L, 6-3 HAWAII-HILO ...................... W, 4-1 CALIFORNIA ........................ W, 9-4 UTAH VALLEY STATE .......... W, 4-1 UTAH VALLEY STATE ........W, 14-5 UTAH VALLEY STATE .......... W, 7-6 UTAH VALLEY STATE .......... W, 8-3 at San Francisco .....................L, 9-3 #5 ARIZONA....................... W, 7-4 UC IRVINE ...............................L, 4-3 vs. Kansas State .................. L, 14-3 vs. Kansas ............................. L, 12-5 at #24 Cal Poly.................. L, 10-3 at #24 Cal Poly.................. L, 11-1 at #24 Cal Poly.................. L, 11-2 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 5-3 at Washington State .............L, 6-0 at Washington State .......... L, 11-4 at Washington State .......... W, 6-5 SAINT MARY’S..................... L, 10-2 SAN JOSE STATE ................ W, 5-3 SAN JOSE STATE ...................L, 2-0 SAN JOSE STATE ...................L, 6-2 PACIFIC ....................................L, 4-1 PACIFIC ....................................L, 2-1 PACIFIC ....................................L, 4-2

2006

Overall: 20-37 WAC: 8-16 Coach: John Smith 2/4 at UC Davis....................L, 3-2 (10) 2/7 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 9-3 2/10 at San Francisco .................. L, 11-5 2/11 at San Francisco .................. L, 10-5 2/12 at San Francisco .................. W, 6-2 2/14 at Pacific ..................................L, 8-3 2/17 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 6-4 2/18 at Saint Mary’s..................W, 13-1 2/19 SAINT MARY’S...................W, 11-6 2/21 at Santa Clara .................... L, 11-9 2/23 NO. DAKOTA STATE........... W, 7-5 2/24 PORTLAND ........................... W, 7-5 2/25 #8 OREGON STATE .............L, 8-3 2/26 SAN FRANCISCO ..................L, 6-2 3/3 at UC Irvine ............................L, 3-1 3/4 at UC Irvine ............................L, 5-4 3/5 at UC Irvine ......................... W, 4-2 3/8 SANTA CLARA ........................L, 6-1 3/10 NO. COLORADO ................ L, 12-3 3/11 NO. COLORADO ................ W, 5-2 3/12 NO. COLORADO ................ W, 6-0 3/15 SAN FRANCISCO ..................L, 4-2 3/17 UTAH VALLEY STATE .............L, 8-0 3/18 UTAH VALLEY STATE .......... W, 7-1 3/18 UTAH VALLEY STATE .............L, 6-5 3/19 UTAH VALLEY STATE .......... W, 7-1 3/21 at California ...........................L, 8-2 3/24 at Fresno State* .....................L, 5-1 3/25 at Fresno State* .................. L, 13-6 3/26 at Fresno State* ................L, 12-11 3/31 NEVADA* ................................L, 7-3 4/1 NEVADA* ............................. W, 7-5 4/2 NEVADA* ............................. W, 5-4 4/7 at New Mexico State* .....W, 15-5 4/8 at New Mexico State* .....W, 19-7 4/9 at New Mexico State* .... W,12-8 (12) 4/13 SAN JOSE STATE* .................L, 6-1 4/14 SAN JOSE STATE* .............. W, 9-7 4/15 SAN JOSE STATE* .................L, 6-4 4/18 at Stanford .......................... L, 12-5 4/21 LOUISIANA TECH*.............. L, 10-7 4/22 LOUISIANA TECH* ....... W, 11-10 (10) 4/23 LOUISIANA TECH*.............. W, 2-1 4/25 UC DAVIS ............................. W, 9-6 4/28 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 3-2 4/29 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 5-2 4/30 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 5-2 5/9 at Pacific ..................................L, 8-7 5/10 STANFORD..............................L, 5-4 5/12 at Nevada* ............................L, 9-6 5/13 at Nevada* ............................L, 6-3 5/14 at Nevada* ............................L, 3-2

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5/19 FRESNO STATE* .................. L, 10-7 5/20 FRESNO STATE* .................. L, 14-3 5/21 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 7-4 5/25 at #21 Fresno State^ ........ L, 10-2 5/26 vs. Louisiana Tech^.............. L, 14-9 *WAC Games ^WAC Postseason Tournament

2007

Overall: 17-40 WAC: 10-14 Coach: John Smith 2/2 at Loyola Marymount ..........L, 9-5 2/3 at Loyola Marymount ..........L, 8-1 2/4 at Loyola Marymount ........ L , 8-5 2/6 at Pacific ............................L, 16-10 2/11 at San Francisco ....................L, 8-4 2/16 SOUTH DAKOTA ST. .............L, 2-1 2/17 SOUTH DAKOTA ST. .......... L,15-3 2/18 SOUTH DAKOTA ST. .......W, 13-4 2/20 SAN FRANCISCO ST. ........ W, 8-5 2/23 SAN FRANCISCO .................L, 9-0 2/24 SAINT MARY’S ................... L, 14-4 2/25 OREGON STATE ................ L, 18-5 3/2 at Louisiana Tech* ............ W, 4 -2 3/3 at Louisiana Tech* ............. L, 13-5 3/4 at Louisiana Tech* ............. W, 7-5 3/9 UC DAVIS ............................ W, 7-5 3/10 at UC Davis ...........................L, 5-3 3/11 UC Davis ................................L, 7-3 3/13 Pacific ................................... W, 7-4 3/16 at New Mexico State* ...... W, 7-3 3/17 at New Mexico State* ...... W, 9-5 3/18 at New Mexico State* .....L , 10-9 3/21 SAN FRANCISCO .................L, 6-4 3/24 at Stanford ......................... W, 6-0 3/25 STANFORD ......................... L, 10-0 3/26 SAN FRANCISCO .................L, 6-1 3/30 at Fresno State* ................ L, 16-7 3/31 at Fresno State* ...................L, 8-1 4/1 at Fresno State* ...................L, 5-2 4/5 HAWAI’I* ................................L, 9-6 4/6 HAWAI’I* .................... L, 12-9 (10) 4/7 HAWAI’I* ............................. W, 8-5 4/10 at San Francisco .................. L , 8-1 4/13 LOUISIANA TECH* ...............L, 5-2 4/15 LOUISIANA TECH* ...............L, 8-1 4/15 LOUISIANA TECH* ...............L, 6-3 4/17 CALIFORNIA ....................... L, 10-4 4/20 at San Jose State* ...............L, 5-3 4/21 at San Jose State* ...............L, 5-1 4/22 at San Jose State* ..........W, 11-8 4/25 SAINT MARY’S ......................L, 7-6 4/27 NEVADA* ............................ L , 8-6 4/28 NEVADA* ............................ L, 11-5 4/29 NEVADA* ............................ W, 5-4 5/1 at Pacific ......................... W, 13-11 5/3 NEW MEXICO ST.* ..........W, 11-0 5/4 NEW MEXICO ST.* ............ W, 3-2 5/5 NEW MEXICO ST.* ............ W, 7-3 5/8 at UC Davis ...........................L, 5-1 5/11 at Northern Colorado* .... L, 11-9 5/12 at Northern Colorado* .... W, 4-3 5/13 at Northern Colorado* .... L, 10-5 5/16 UC DAVIS ...........................L , 10-1 5/19 SANTA CLARA .......................L, 5-3 5/20 at Santa Clara ......................L, 5-3 5/24 vs. Fresno State^ ................ L, 10-2 5/25 vs. Hawai’i^.........................L , 19-7 *WAC Games ^WAC Postseason Tournament

2008

Overall: 24-34 WAC: 14-17 Coach: John Smith 2/22 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT .......W, 12-7 2/23 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT ...........L, 7-3 2/26 SAN FRANCISCO ............... L, 12-4 2/29 at #1 Arizona ........................L, 9-3 3/1 at #1 Arizona ..................... L, 15-7 3/2 at #1 Arizona ..................... L, 10-9 3/6 BYU......................................W, 16-2 3/7 PORTLAND ..............................L, 4-2 3/8 UTAH VALLEY .........................L, 7-2 3/9 UC DAVIS ............................. L, 12-3 3/11 PACIFIC ...............................W, 14-6 3/14 at San Jose State* ............. W, 2-1 3/15 at San Jose State* ............. L, 13-1 3/15 at San Jose State* ................L, 5-1 3/16 at San Jose State* ................L, 5-4 3/18 at #12 California.............W, 12-6 3/21 GONZAGA .............................L, 4-3 3/22 GONZAGA .............................L, 9-5 3/22 GONZAGA ........................L, 18-12 3/25 #17 STANFORD ................. W, 5-3 3/28 HAWAI’I* .............................. W, 4-2 3/29 HAWAI’I* .............................. W, 6-4 3/29 HAWAI’I* .............................. W, 5-2 3/30 HAWAI’I* ............................W, 10-6 4/1 UC DAVIS ............................. L, 10-5 4/3 at Louisiana Tech* ............W, 17-2 4/5 at Louisiana Tech* ............W, 13-7

4/5 at Louisiana Tech* .............. W, 6-4 4/11 SAN JOSE STATE* .................L, 9-4 4/12 SAN JOSE STATE* .............. W, 6-3 4/12 SAN JOSE STATE* ............W, 10-9 4/13 SAN JOSE STATE* .................L, 2-1 4/15 at UC Davis.............................L, 8-7 4/18 HAWAI’I-HILO ...................W, 12-2 4/19 HAWAI’I-HILO ..................... W, 6-5 4/19 HAWAI’I-HILO ...................W, 11-1 4/20 HAWAI’I-HILO ..................... W, 8-2 4/22 at San Francisco .....................L, 9-8 4/25 NEW MEXICO STATE* ..........L, 7-4 4/26 NEW MEXICO STATE* ..........L, 5-3 4/26 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... L, 11-5 4/27 NEW MEXICO STATE* ....... L, 14-4 4/29 at Santa Clara .......................L, 7-6 5/2 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 8-3 5/3 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 3-1 5/3 at Hawai’i* .......................... W, 7-3 5/4 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 8-7 5/9 at Nevada* ......................... L, 14-5 5/9 at Nevada* ............................L, 6-5 5/9 at Nevada* .......................W, 13-4 5/9 at Nevada* .......................L, 13-12 5/16 FRESNO STATE* .................. W, 9-8 5/17 FRESNO STATE* .................. W, 4-0 5/17 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 6-4 5/18 FRESNO STATE* .................. L, 13-6 5/22 vs. Fresno State^ ....................L, 3-2 5/23 vs. New Mexico State^ ...... W, 8-5 5/24 vs. Nevada*......................... L, 15-5 *WAC Games ^WAC Postseason Tournament

2009

Overall: 27-27 WAC: 8-14 Coach: John Smith 2/20 at Arizona ...............................L, 5-3 2/21 at Arizona ..........................W, 10-7 2/22 at Arizona ............................ L, 11-2 2/27 at Cal Poly ..............................L, 9-2 2/28 at Cal Poly ........................... L, 11-5 3/1 at Cal Poly ..............................L, 6-2 3/7 at Saint Mary’s.......................L, 7-6 3/7 at Saint Mary’s.................... L, 10-2 3/8 SAINT MARY’S...................W, 14-2 3/10 SAINT MARY’S..................... W, 5-3 3/11 PACIFIC ................................. W, 8-4 3/13 at UC Davis.......................... W, 5-3 3/14 UC DAVIS ................................L, 9-3 3/15 at UC Davis........................W, 10-1 3/17 at San Francisco ......... W, 6-5 (11) 3/19 CORNELL .............................. W, 6-2 3/20 CORNELL .............................. W, 9-0 3/21 CORNELL ............................W, 10-6 3/21 CORNELL ..................... W, 18-5 (7) 3/24 at Oregon ..........................W, 10-5 3/25 at Oregon ...............................L, 6-4 3/28 MENLO ........................ W, 15-3 (7) 3/28 MENLO ........................ W, 15-6 (7) 3/29 MENLO ................................. W, 5-1 3/29 MENLO ........................... W, 9-5 (7) 4/3 at New Mexico State* ..........L, 7-6 4/4 at New Mexico State* . W, 18-13 4/4 at New Mexico State* .L, 10-7 (7) 4/5 at New Mexico State* ..l, 15-5 (8) 4/10 UTAH VALLEY ..................... W, 7-5 4/10 UTAH VALLEY ........................L, 9-6 4/11 UTAH VALLEY ............. W, 16-6 (7) 4/11 UTAH VALLEY ...................... W, 7-1 4/14 SAN FRANCISCO ............... L, 12-7 4/17 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 5-4 4/18 at Hawai’i* ......................... W, 2-1 4/18 at Hawai’i* ...................... L, 7-2 (7) 4/19 at Hawai’i* .............................L, 8-4 4/24 LOUISIANA TECH*.............. W, 8-7 4/25 LOUISIANA TECH*.............. W, 8-6 4/26 LOUISIANA TECH*.................L, 7-4 4/27 LOUISIANA TECH*.............. L, 10-5 4/29 at Stanford .............................L, 6-4 5/2 SAN JOSE STATE* ...........W, 11-6 5/3 SAN JOSE STATE* .............. L, 10-9 5/8 at Nevada* .................... W, 14-13 5/9 at Nevada* ........................ W, 9-6 5/9 at Nevada* ............... W, 12-6 (7) 5/10 at Nevada* ............................L, 7-6 5/12 at California ........................ L, 15-0 5/14 FRESNO STATE* ...................l, 15-7 5/15 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 4-3 5/16 FRESNO STATE* .................. L, 11-8 5/16 FRESNO STATE* .....................L, 7-6 *WAC Games

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Quick Facts • Sacramento State is the seventh largest university in the 23-campus CSU system, enrolling a multicultural student body of more than 29,000. The 300-acre campus is sheltered by more than 3,000 trees and dotted with flower gardens, including 3 million square feet of building space. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby river parkway, linking the University and student housing with recreational areas such as Folsom Lake and Old Sacramento. • Quality teaching is a top priority, and classes are small and personalized. More than 80 percent of recent graduates say their professors were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching. • Preparing students for a career is a vital part of the education here. Thousands of students from all majors earn academic credit working in internship and co-op positions, many of which are paid. • Sacramento State, often called “Sac State,” was founded as Sacramento State College in 1947 during a time of intense demand for higher education after World War II. We moved to our permanent location on the banks of the historic American River in 1953. In 1972, we were renamed California State University, Sacramento. • The University is in the midst of an ambitious new master plan that will remake Sacramento State into a residential campus and add some 1.5 million square feet of building space. The plan, to guide campus growth in coming decades, includes additional housing, and a recreation and wellness center. • Unlimited bus and light rail service throughout Sacramento is free for University students. Students may attend all home athletic events for free and attend other campus events for free or at a discount. More than half the students join one of the more than 200 student organizations, which include 35 fraternities and sororities.

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Founded ......................................................1947 Location ................................Sacramento, Calif. Campus Size...................................... 300 acres Student Body Breakdown Student to Faculty Ratio ....................... 20:1 Enrollment........................................... 29,011 Men ..................................................... 12,041 Women ............................................... 16,970 Undergraduate ................................. 24,034 Graduate ..............................................4,977 Full-Time Faculty .......................................... 705 Part-Time Faculty ........................................ 779 Degree Programs Undergraduate ..........................................60 Graduate ....................................................40 Campus Phone Numbers Admissions .....................................278-3901 Campus Operator .......................278-6011 Housing ..........................................278-6655 Internet Address .................... www.csus.edu

• Sacramento State offers 60 undergraduate and 40 graduate degrees in eight Colleges. Teacher education is the largest academic program, followed by business, criminal justice, communication studies, psychology and computer science. The student-to-faculty ratio is 20 to 1; more than 70 percent of classes have fewer than 30 students. • Attracting students from all over the world, the criminal justice program is one of the largest in the United States. • One in 26 residents of the six-county Sacramento Region is a Sacramento State graduate. The University directly and indirectly contributes more than $900 million to the region’s economy annually. • Almost 700 new school teachers graduate from Sacramento State each year. • Seventy-eight percent of students say that Sacramento State was their first or only choice. • Sacramento State was the site of the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Track & Field Championships, and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center was the site of the 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships. In addition, Sacramento State was host of the 2007 NCAA Div. I Women’s Volleyball Final Four at Arco Arena. • Sacramento State hosted the most successful U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials ever in 2000, and hosted the event again in 2004. • Famous Sacramento State alumni include actor Tom Hanks, Grammy award winner Bobby McFerrin, former co-host of Good Morning America Joan Lunden, former host of the Early Show, Rene Syler, stand-up comedian Brian Posehn, actor Carlos Alazraqui, film director Joe Carnahan, former Stockton mayor Edward Chavez, famous economist and author Richard J. Maybury, former KTLA Morning News Giselle Fernández and founding member of the Village People David Hodo. • Famous Sacramento State athletics alumni include retired nine-year NFL offensive lineman and two-time Super Bowl winner John Gesek, Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, former 10-year NFL fullback Daimon Shelton, nine-year long snapper and three-time Super Bowl winner Lonie Paxton, former 12-year NFL defensive back Lorenzo Lynch, CFL Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Ricky Ray, former CFL three-time leading rusher Charles Roberts, Arena Football League record-setting quarterback Aaron Garcia and former San Francisco wide receiver Fred Otis Amey.

Partnering With Athletics For Excellence When the Sacramento State student body overwhelmingly passed a referendum in the spring of 1995, it began a partnership between the Hornet Athletics Department and Associated Students, Inc. That vote by the students helps fund the athletics department and has been a key factor in the recent success. ASI is a student-run, non-profit corporation that represents the student body in the governance of the University. One of ASI’s goals is to facilitate student participation in a full range of campus life and learning outside the classroom. Guided by this goal, ASI supports intercollegiate, recreational, and intramural sports, which is not only an important part of campus life, but an arena in which leadership skills are developed. ASI also operates the Green Sting student organization, the Sacramento State Aquatic Center (which is home to the Hornet rowing team), the Challenge Center, Peak Adventures and numerous other student organizations.

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• The city of Sacramento (population 400,018) is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. As California’s capitol city, Sacramento is center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. A dynamic business sector, an expanding public transportation system, affordable housing, and growing cultural, educational, and medical facilities serve the needs of 1.5 million people. • One of the most affordable big cities in California., Sacramento is part of a Capital Region in the heart of Northern California, one of the country’s most beautiful areas. Within easy driving distance are San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma valleys, Yosemite Valley and the Lake Tahoe region’s ski slopes. • Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city and is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad all began in Sacramento. The city’s rich historical heritage, commitment to quality of life, and abundance of trees and parkland contributed to Newsweek magazine naming Sacramento one of the ten best cities in the United States. • Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, the Sacramento River Cats (Oakland A’s Triple-A affiliate) and the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs. • Sacramento has also become a tourist center with attractions including the State Capitol building, North America’s largest railroad museum, the Old Sacramento historic area, the California State History Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.

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Dr. Alexander Gonzalez has served more than three decades as a professor and education leader, including serving as president of California State University, Sacramento, since 2003. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. He grew up in East Los Angeles with six siblings, graduating from high school at a time when students did not have the same options for higher education that they have today. Dr. Gonzalez enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, served four years and then used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s in psychology and doctorate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, before serving as a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University. His experience includes six years as president of California State University, San Marcos, and 18 years at Fresno State, where he was a faculty member and chair of the Psychology Department before becoming the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. At Sacramento State, Dr. Gonzalez implemented his Destination 2010 initiative to transform the campus into a premier metropolitan university. The bold initiative seeks to make Sacramento State a campus of choice for students in the Sacramento region and beyond. Following his belief that universities and communities must work together to improve

lives and opportunities, Dr. Gonzalez serves on the Sutter Health Board of Directors and the Pomona College Board of Trustees. He previously served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans and the Valley Vision Board of Directors. His service on several boards and commissions includes six years as a commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the accrediting agency for higher education institutions in the western United States. He also served as chair of the Governing Board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. His commitment to the California State University system includes serving on a work group that reviewed and recommended corrective action on remedial education, and, more recently, as a member of a committee of presidents considering policy on enrollment management, the CSU’s Technology Steering Committee, and the Institute for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Gonzalez is Sacramento State’s 11th president. His wife, Gloria, is also a graduate of the CSU. They have two sons.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ seven-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 18-year Division I history. His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last three years where the Hornets have combined to win 21 conference championships. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. In addition, the program has claimed back-to-back Big Sky Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophies. In fact, of the 330 Div. I athletics programs, SI.com ranked Sacramento State as the 36th best athletics program during the 2007-08 academic year. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision, Wanless has overseen significant facility enhancement to the athletic facilities. The biggest change came during the spring of 2008 with the opening of the Broad Fieldhouse, which serves as the home to Hornet football and track and field, as well as athletic training and strength and conditioning. The Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse is the first step of an elaborate plan that began with the passing of a referendum by the Sacramento State student body. That vote will also lead to the creation of a recreation and wellness center which will benefit the entire student body and is expected to open in the fall of 2010. Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and just completed a term as a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Wanless has been a visible member of the Sacramento State athletics family, constantly representing the University and department at public outings and speaking engagements. His commitment to the student-athlete has also been clear as both he and his wife, Joanne, attend the majority of Hornet home athletic events and support several teams on the road. His leadership and academic support have been evident to the student-athletes in other ways as well. The department’s Life Skills Program has seen rapid growth, significantly increasing the number of summer and fifth-year scholarships available to Hornet student-athletes. The Life Skills program has also launched the program’s first computer lab and offers Hornet student-athletes tutoring as well as academic counseling. Over the last seven years, Sacramento State student-athletes have posted nearly

2,000 term GPAs of 3.0 or above, and close to 500 Hornets have earned conference allacademic honors during that same time period. His efforts in restoring the department’s booster club structure as well as aggressively improving the University’s collegiate licensing program, while not readily visible, are projects that will surely enhance the program’s financial footing in years to come. Athletically, the Hornets have also seen continued growth and success on the field of play. During his seven years at Sacramento State, 22 teams and 125 individuals have advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Wanless’ efforts to put the Hornets on the map have been instrumental in helping make Sacramento State the unofficial “home of NCAA Championships”. During his seven years of leadership, Sacramento State has served as host to seven NCAA championships (four track, two rowing, one volleyball) as well as the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Prior to Sacramento State, Wanless served as athletics director at the University of North Dakota from 1990-1999, guiding the program to one of its most successful decades in school history. During that time, North Dakota enjoyed strong competitive success, winning four NCAA national championships and 36 conference titles. Additionally, 25 other teams finished second in their respective conferences. Before his position at North Dakota, Wanless was director of intercollegiate athletics at Western Carolina for four years and held a variety of positions, including director of intercollegiate athletics, at Towson University in Maryland. Wanless earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Black Hills State, a master’s degree in physical education from Northern Illinois and a doctorate in athletics administration from Temple. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of two children. Their daughter, Heather, and her husband, Chad Collins, reside in Lexington, Ky., with their daughter Hadley and son Jack. Their son Troy, and his wife, Jesi, live in Minneapolis with their daughter Elli.

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The Student-Athlete Resource Center offers academic advising, tutoring and mentoring, NCAA rules education and compliance, athletic financial services support, and life skills programming for all student-athletes of Sacramento State’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program. The S.A.R.C.’s services and programming are provided in an assortment of ways including individual advising, orientations, group and team meetings, coaches’ compliance and rules education sessions, freshmen seminar classes, and a variety of student development and academic workshops. S.A.R.C. Director Paul Edwards, Academic Athletic Services Coordinator Laurie Dahlberg, Football Athletic Advisor Bob Shook and Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Coordinator Mark McGushin serve as the primary advisors to the student-athletes. Additionally, McGushin coordinates the mentoring program which addresses student-athletes experiencing academic difficulties. The Student-Athlete Academic & Life Skills Lab is available to studentathletes as a study area and to meet with tutors. The S.A.R.C. also provides additional services, guest speakers and workshops related

Paul Edwards

Steve DeHart

Heather Farwig

Joe Ramos

Laurie Dahlberg

Mark McGushin

to finding information on campus, in the community and NCAA resources in a variety of areas related to student life, welfare and career opportunities. Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director Katherine Zedonis and Compliance Coordinator Tina Westerhold are responsible for the administration of NCAA eligibility rules education and compliance for all intercollegiate teams, including issues related to athletic financial aid of student-athletes. The Athletic Compliance Office is responsible for developing, monitoring and enforcing a compliance program that ensures the integrity of the institution within the guidelines of the NCAA, Big Sky Conference and the University. Admission Counselor/NCAA Initial Eligibility Coordinator Josh Collins services Sacramento State student-athletes with admission processing responsibilities and monitoring of NCAA initial-eligibility requirements. Collins works closely with both new transfer and incoming freshmen student-athletes. He is the main contact at Sacramento State for student-athletes working with NCAA Eligibility Center procedures.

Bob Shook

Katherine Zedonis

Shannon Watson

Josh Collins

The goal of the athletic training staff is to provide all Sacramento State student-athletes with high quality health care. Headed by full-time certified athletic trainers Steve DeHart, Heather Farwig and Joe Ramos, the Hornets’ athletic training facility provides state-of-the-art support and the services of highly trained sports medicine and health care professionals. Should an injury occur, student-athletes are seen immediately by their sport’s specific athletic trainer, and are referred, when necessary, to the appropriate medical provider or facility. Sacramento State boasts three athletic training facilities (two located in the physical education complex and one at the Broad Fieldhouse). All athletic training facilities are equipped with the finest therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative apparatus. A staff of three team physicians (Dr. Alan Hirahara, Dr. Ronald Sockolov, Dr. Harold Strauch) and a skillful and talented athletic training staff tend to the medical and rehabilitative needs of each and every student-athlete. Also assisting in the health of the student-athletes is a Kaiser physician, two dentists, a physical therapist and a chiropractor. Sacramento State’s athletic training staff consists of three full-time certified athletic trainers, three graduate assistants and more than 15 athletic training students preparing for a career in sports medicine.

Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist RESULTS PT 9500 Micron Ave, Suite 200 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 362-7962

Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street, Suite 330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049 Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice 1 Scripps Drive, #202 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 927-1114

Dr. Boris Ellyason Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Surgeon 1600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 784-5283

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist 6246 Fair Oaks Blvd. Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 972-8851

Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street #330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049

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Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon 2525 K Street #101 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 442-1882

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Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 8th Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball 1st Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer 3rd Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis 4th Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 28th Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball 2nd Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis 5th Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 21st Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 7th Season

John Smith Baseball 32nd Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football 3rd Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 18th Season

David Sutherland Golf 3rd Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball 2nd Season

Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning

Rebekah Capel Travel Coordinator

Tristian Cormier Technical Support

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

J.D. Fox Assistant Media Relations Director

Joe Gengler Facilities/Operations Assistant

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Mark Livingston Associate Athletics Director

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

Lois Mattice Associate Athletics Director

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Tom Ruelas

T-Anté Sims

Steve Tebbs

Gigi Timpson

Rose Welch Business Manager

Tina Westerhold Stinger Athletic Foundation

Becca Whitman Assistant A.D. for Corporate Sales

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