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2013 SACRAMENTO STATE BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE GENERAL

TEAM INFORMATION

Location Sacramento, Calif. Founded 1947 Enrollment 28,000 Nickname Hornets Colors Green & Gold Home Facility (Capacity) John Smith Field (1,200) All-Time Div. I John Smith Field Record (1990+) 353-325-2 Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Years in Conference 12th Season (1993-96, 2006-pres.) President Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Years at Sacramento State 10th Year Athletics Director Dr. Terry Wanless Years at Sacramento State 11th Year Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Steve Perez Athletics Department Phone (916) 278-6481 Ticket Office Phone (916) 278-2222 Press Row Phone (916) 889-6643

2012 Overall Record (WAC) 31-28 (11-7/T-1st) 2012 Postseason WAC Tournament (Runner-Up) Letterwinners Returning/Lost 20/8 Starting Position Players Returning/Lost (Min. 100 ABs) 6/2 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost (Min. 6 Starts) 6/0 Relievers Returning/Lost (Min. 20 IPs) 3/1 Redshirts Returning 2 Newcomers 11 WAC Championships 1 (2012) All-Time WAC Record 106-165 (11 Years) NCAA Div. I Tournament Appearances None (4 in Div. II) Year Program Joined Div. I 1990 All-Time Program Record 1565-1435-7 (64 Years)

BASEBALL STAFF Head Coach Reggie Christiansen Alma Mater, Yr. Menlo College, 1998 Years at Sacramento State Third Season Record at Sacramento State (WAC) 50-67 (17-25) Overall Head Coaching Record (Seven Years) 157-208 Assistant Coach Steve Holm Alma Mater, Yr. Oral Roberts, 2001 Years at Sacramento State First Season Assistant Coach Jake McKinley Alma Mater, Yr. Bethany, 2005 Years at Sacramento State Third Season Assistant Coach Thad Johnson Alma Mater, Yr. Oregon State, 2002 Years at Sacramento State Third Season Baseball Office Phone (916) 278-4036

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Assistant Director (Baseball Contact) Joe Waltasti Office Phone (916) 278-6896 Office Fax (916) 278-5429 Cell Phone (916) 889-6643 E-mail waltasti@csus.edu Media Relations Director Brian Berger E-mail bwberger@csus.edu Assistant Director Ryan Bjork E-mail rbjork@csus.edu Mailing Address Athletics Center, Room 1210

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Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-6099

2012 POSITION PLAYERS RETURNING (6) No. Player 3 David Del Grande 5 Will Soto 7 Scotty Burcham 12 Rhys Hoskins 18 Andrew Ayers 35 Justin Higley

GP-GS 55-44 59-56 51-50 56-56 58-57 53-47

Pos. RF 3B SS LF 2B CF

BA .271 .276 .231 .353 .336 .274

R 19 35 22 44 36 39

RBI 23 32 16 53 31 26

IP 30.2 89.1 57.1 37.1 86.1 65.0

ERA 5.58 4.74 4.40 8.44 5.00 5.54

W-L 0-2 6-8 4-1 2-3 7-5 3-4

SO 18 55 46 28 45 28

IP 36.2 34.0 21.2

ERA 4.66 4.50 5.40

SV 2 0 0

SO 26 35 13

Pos. C 1B

BA .340 .308

R 42 23

RBI 31 32

ERA 3.90

SV 8

SO 25

2012 STARTING PITCHERS RETURNING (6) No. Player 10 Zach Morgan 13 Tanner Mendonca 17 Dallas Chadwick 19 Ty Nichols 21 Brennan Leitao 27 Hunter Greenwood

APP-GS 12-6 17-15 15-8 15-7 18-12 20-9

2012 RELIEVERS RETURNING (3) No. Player 14 Brandon Creel 29 Tyler Hoelzen 36 Garrett Kraemer

APP-GS 24-0 31-0 13-1

2012 POSITION PLAYERS LOST (2) No. Player 6 Derrick Chung 28 Trevor Paine

GP-GS 58-57 51-46

2012 STARTERS/RELIEVERS LOST (1) No. Player 44 R.J. Davis

APP-GS 26-0

IP 30.0

Back row (L-R): Dane Fujinaka, Kyle Moses, Chris Lewis, Hunter Greenwood, Garrett Kraemer, Rhys Hoskins, Sutter McLoughlin, Ty Nichols, Justin Higley, Tanner Mendonca, Blake Hugaert, Brennan Leitao, Tyler Hoelzen Middle row (L-R): Trevor Paine, Reggie Christiansen, Jake McKinley, Chris Nicholson, Scott Blumer, Clay Cederquist, Dallas Chadwick, Will Soto, Brandon Creel, Andrew Ayers, Justin Dillon, Mason Magleby, Shea Lukes, Steve Holm, Craig Parry Front row (L-R): Ryan Locke, Shawn Wheeler, Scott Loper, Zach Morgan, David Del Grande, Jason Hampton, Nathan Lukes, Greg Meyer, Scotty Burcham, Alex Fitchett

2013 SCHEDULE DATE Fri., Feb. 15 Sat., Feb. 16 Sun., Feb. 17 Tues., Feb. 19 Fri., Feb. 22 Sat., Feb. 23 Sun., Feb. 24 Tues., Feb. 26 Fri., March 1 Sat., March 2 Sun., March 3 Tues., March 5 Fri., March 8 Sat., March 9 Sun., March 10 Tues., March 12 Fri., March 15 Sat., March 16 Sun., March 17 Tues., March 19 Fri., March 22 Sat., March 23 Sun., March 24 Tues., March 26 Thurs., March 28 Fri., March 29 Sat., March 30 Tues., April 2 Wed., April 3

OPPONENT at Texas at Texas at Texas at Fresno State UC RIVERSIDE UC RIVERSIDE (DH) UC RIVERSIDE NEVADA UTAH VALLEY UTAH VALLEY UTAH VALLEY at UC Davis CSU NORTHRIDGE CSU NORTHRIDGE CSU NORTHRIDGE at Saint Mary's at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at Saint Mary's CSU BAKERSFIELD * CSU BAKERSFIELD * CSU BAKERSFIELD * FRESNO STATE (Raley Field) at Dallas Baptist * at Dallas Baptist * at Dallas Baptist * UC DAVIS SAN FRANCISCO

TIME (PT) 4:30 PM 12 PM 11 AM 6 PM 2 PM 11 AM 12 PM 2 PM 2 PM 1 PM 12 PM 2:30 PM 2 PM 1 PM 12 PM 3 PM 3 PM 3 PM 1 PM 3 PM 3 PM 1 PM 12 PM 6 PM 4:30 PM 12 PM 10 AM 3 PM 3 PM

DATE Fri., April 5 Sat., April 6 Sun., April 7 Fri., April 12 Sat., April 13 Sun., April 14 Fri., April 19 Sat., April 20 Sun., April 21 Tues., April 23 Wed., April 24 Fri., April 26 Sat., April 27 Sun., April 28 Tues., April 30 Fri., May 3 Sat., May 4 Sun., May 5 Tues., May 7 Fri., May 10 Sat., May 11 Sun., May 12 Tues., May 14 Thurs., May 16 Fri., May 17 Sat., May 18 May 22-25 Home games in BOLD CAPS

OPPONENT TEXAS STATE * TEXAS STATE * TEXAS STATE * at New Mexico State * at New Mexico State * at New Mexico State * at Texas-San Antonio * at Texas-San Antonio * at Texas-San Antonio * SAINT MARY'S at San Francisco LOUISIANA TECH * LOUISIANA TECH * LOUISIANA TECH * at Nevada at Seattle U * at Seattle U * at Seattle U * at UC Davis SAN JOSE STATE * SAN JOSE STATE * SAN JOSE STATE * at Pacific TEXAS-ARLINGTON * TEXAS-ARLINGTON * TEXAS-ARLINGTON * at WAC Tournament ^

TIME (PT) 3 PM 12 PM 1 PM 5 PM 5 PM 11 AM 4 PM 12 PM 10 AM 3 PM 3 PM 3 PM 1 PM 12 PM 2 PM 6 PM 2 PM 12 PM 2:30 PM 3 PM 1 PM 12 PM 6 PM 3 PM 3 PM 1 PM TBA

* WAC Game

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION RHPs (13) Scott Blumer, Dallas Chadwick, Brandon Creel, Justin Dillon, Hunter Greenwood, Garrett Kraemer, Brennan Leitao, Shea Lukes, Mason Magleby, Sutter McLoughlin, Tanner Mendonca, Zach Morgan, Ty Nichols LHPs (2) Alex Fitchett, Tyler Hoelzen Infielders (8) Andrew Ayers, Scotty Burcham, Clay Cederquist, Jason Hampton, Ryan Locke, Scott Loper, Greg Meyer, Will Soto Outfielders (3) Justin Higley, Kyle Moses, Chris Nicholson Catchers (3) Dane Fujinaka, Blake Hugaert, Shawn Wheeler Utility (4) David Del Grande, Rhys Hoskins, Chris Lewis, Nathan Lukes

BY BATTING Left (6) Right (27)

BY CLASS Seniors (6) Andew Ayers, Clay Cederquist, Brandon Creel, Tyler Hoelzen, Greg Meyer, Zach Morgan Juniors (12) Dallas Chadwick, David Del Grande, Hunter Greenwood, Jason Hampton, Justin Higley, Blake Hugaert, Scott Loper, Shea Lukes, Mason Magleby, Tanner Mendonca, Will Soto, Shawn Wheeler Sophomores (6) Scotty Burcham, Rhys Hoskins, Garrett Kraemer, Brennan Leitao, Kyle Moses, Ty Nichols Freshmen (9) Scott Blumer, Justin Dillon, Alex Fitchett, Dane Fujinaka, Chris Lewis, Ryan Locke, Nathan Lukes, Sutter McLoughlin, Chris Nicholson

BY STATE California (30) Oregon, Hawaii, Nevada (1)

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Name Dane Fujinaka Kyle Moses David Del Grande Scott Loper Will Soto Chris Lewis Scotty Burcham Zach Morgan Chris Nicholson Rhys Hoskins Tanner Mendonca Brandon Creel Greg Meyer Mason Magleby Dallas Chadwick Andrew Ayers Ty Nichols

Pos. C OF UTIL IF IF UTIL IF RHP OF UTIL RHP RHP IF RHP RHP IF RHP

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

Ht. 5-8 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-4 5-9 5-8 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-5

Wt. 160 180 175 160 180 190 165 170 190 215 205 180 150 205 200 200 190

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

Hometown/Previous School Aiea, Hawaii/Mid-Pacific Institute Tracy, Calif./Tracy HS Eureka, Calif./St. Bernard’s HS Lemoore, Calif./College of the Sequoias Elk Grove, Calif./Elk Grove HS Newark, Calif./Serra HS La Quinta, Calif./Palm Desert HS Grants Pass, Ore./Shasta JC West Hills, Calif./El Camino Real HS Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit HS Visalia, Calif./Mt. Whitney HS Sacramento, Calif./Rosemont HS Sacramento, Calif./American River JC Loomis, Calif./Nevada Redding, Calif./Shasta HS Eureka, Calif./St. Bernard’s HS Bangor, Calif./Gridley HS

21 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33 34 35 36 38 39 41

Brennan Leitao Sutter McLoughlin Justin Dillon Blake Hugaert Hunter Greenwood Shawn Wheeler Tyler Hoelzen Ryan Locke Jason Hampton Nathan Lukes Scott Blumer Justin Higley Garrett Kraemer Clay Cederquist Alex Fitchett Shea Lukes

RHP RHP RHP C/OF RHP C LHP 1B/OF 1B UTIL RHP OF RHP 1B LHP RHP

R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R R/R L/L R/L R/R

6-2 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-9 6-4 6-5 5-10 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-3

185 240 225 210 210 195 160 190 200 165 165 200 195 190 225 185

So. Irvine, Calif./Woodbridge HS Fr. Sacramento, Calif./Rio Americano HS Fr. Placerville, Calif./El Dorado HS Jr. Anaheim, Calif./Orange Coast College Jr. Elk Grove, Calif./Franklin HS Jr. Citrus Heights, Calif./Cosumnes River JC Sr. Minden, Nev./Feather River JC Fr. Fair Oaks, Calif./Bella Vista HS Jr. Rocklin, Calif./Rocklin HS Fr. Antelope, Calif./Center HS Fr. Fullerton, Calif./Troy HS Jr. Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit HS So. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Trabuco Hills HS Sr. Fowler, Calif./Fresno City JC Fr. El Dorado Hills, Calif./Oak Ridge HS Jr. Antelope, Calif./Center HS

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 18 34 7 38 17 14 3 25 39 1 27 31 35 29 12 26 36 21 6

Name Andrew Ayers Scott Blumer Scotty Burcham Clay Cederquist Dallas Chadwick Brandon Creel David Del Grande Justin Dillon Alex Fitchett Dane Fujinaka Hunter Greenwood Jason Hampton Justin Higley Tyler Hoelzen Rhys Hoskins Blake Hugaert Garrett Kraemer Brennan Leitao Chris Lewis

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

Pos. IF RHP IF 1B RHP RHP UTIL RHP LHP C RHP 1B OF LHP UTIL C/OF RHP RHP UTIL

No. 30 4 33 41 16 24 13 15 10 2 19 11 5 28

Name Ryan Locke Scott Loper Nathan Lukes Shea Lukes Mason Magleby Sutter McLoughlin Tanner Mendonca Greg Meyer Zach Morgan Kyle Moses Ty Nichols Chris Nicholson Will Soto Shawn Wheeler

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

Pos. 1B/OF IF UTIL RHP RHP RHP RHP IF RHP OF RHP OF IF C

2012 BATTING STATS Player Hoskins, Rhys Chung, Derrick Ayers, Andrew Paine, Trevor Cederquist, Clay Soto, Will Higley, Justin Del Grande, David Burcham, Scotty

avg .353 .340 .336 .308 .304 .276 .274 .271 .231

Adrian, Hunter .330 Moses, Kyle .293 Hottman, Brent .271 Hampton, Jason .200 Meyer, Greg .143 Chapan, Kasey .059 Chadwick, Dallas .000 Barzilli, Julian .000 Mendonca, Tanner .000 Totals .298 Opponents .289

gp-gs 56-56 58-57 58-57 51-46 51-45 59-56 53-47 55-44 51-50

32-24 43-20 28-19 3-0 17-4 22-4 1-1 1-0 1-1 59-59 59-59

ab 215 235 220 182 184 225 197 166 156

r 44 42 36 23 18 35 39 19 22

2b 16 14 16 13 4 17 12 8 9

3b hr 0 10 2 2 2 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 5 4 0 0 0 0

rbi 53 31 31 32 26 32 26 23 16

tb slg% 122 .567 104 .443 103 .468 78 .429 66 .359 85 .378 88 .447 53 .319 45 .288

bb 20 20 17 15 5 20 27 12 18

hbp so 3 46 5 23 7 27 3 25 3 20 5 29 1 61 16 30 3 26

103 14 34 8 92 14 27 2 70 12 19 3 5 0 1 0 28 5 4 0 17 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2095 327 625 122 1998 343 578 104

1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 30 4 23

16 56 .544 2 33 .359 7 22 .314 1 1 .200 2 4 .143 3 1 .059 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 301 861 .411 310 759 .380

1 3 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 168 233

0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 76

h 76 80 74 56 56 62 54 45 36

gdp 4 6 3 3 6 8 4 4 4

ob% .411 .401 .397 .363 .325 .340 .364 .371 .318

sf 3 2 3 4 5 6 0 3 2

21 4 15 2 14 2 1 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 345 51 336 46

.337 .323 .363 .200 .172 .105 .000 .000 .000 .360 .380

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 29 28

sh sb-att po 0 1-4 58 4 7-10 271 3 3-5 115 0 1-1 322 0 0-0 191 2 3-4 58 0 5-5 136 2 3-5 115 10 3-3 80

a e 10 5 79 6 160 4 21 1 23 1 116 11 2 3 3 2 148 9

fld% .932 .983 .986 .997 .995 .941 .979 .983 .962

1 0-0 4 3-5 1 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 1-1 0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0-0 29 31-44 39 46-71

4 3 2 0 12 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 8 1 660 47 563 70

.912 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .941 .979 .968

27 51 91 0 0 9 4 0 8 1564 1556

LOB - Team (488), Opp (467). DPs turned - Team (54), Opp (57). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (6), Higley, J. 2, Hoskins, R. 2, Chung, D. 1, Ayers, A. 1, Opp (9). Picked off - Moses, K. 1, Soto, W. 1, Ayers, A. 1, Hoskins, R. 1, Adrian, H. 1.

2012 PITCHING STATS Player Mendonca, Tanner Leitao, Brennan Greenwood, Hunter

era 4.74 5.00 5.54

w-l 6-8 7-5 3-4

app-gs cg sho 17-15 3 2/0 18-12 2 0/0 20-9 1 0/1

Hottman, Brent 0.00 0-0 1-0 Lukes, Shea 3.00 0-0 5-0 Davis, R.J. 3.90 1-2 26-0 Chadwick, Dallas 4.40 4-1 15-8 Hoelzen, Tyler 4.50 3-2 31-0 Creel, Brandon 4.66 1-0 24-0 Kraemer, Garrett 5.40 1-1 13-1 Morgan, Zach 5.58 0-2 12-6 Adrian, Hunter 6.30 1-0 8-0 Kopas, Daniel 8.05 2-0 13-1 Nichols, Ty 8.44 2-3 15-7 Totals 5.25 31-28 59-59 Opponents 4.75 28-31 59-59

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4

0/0 0/0 0/2 0/1 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 4/2 2/1

sv 0 0 0

ip h 89.1 93 86.1 104 65.0 71

r er 51 47 60 48 46 40

0 0 8 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 8

1.0 1 3.0 2 30.0 22 57.1 57 34.0 32 36.2 40 21.2 26 30.2 40 10.0 13 19.0 30 37.1 47 521.1 578 518.2 625

0 1 13 35 21 22 13 20 7 17 37 343 327

bb 40 22 33

so 55 45 28

2b 13 17 13

0 0 0 0 1 3 2 0 13 21 25 3 28 21 46 12 17 16 35 7 19 16 26 10 13 11 13 6 19 11 18 9 7 3 4 2 17 5 11 6 35 31 28 6 304 233 336 104 274 168 345 122

3b 0 0 2

hr 3 4 2

ab 339 342 242

b/avg .274 .304 .293

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 12

0 0 1 3 0 2 1 3 1 2 1 23 30

4 .250 9 .222 105 .210 218 .261 127 .252 138 .290 85 .306 122 .328 39 .333 81 .370 147 .320 1998 .289 2095 .298

wp hbp bk 2 11 0 1 15 2 8 9 0

sfa 4 3 8

0 0 6 8 6 3 2 0 1 5 7 49 44

0 0 0 1 2 3 1 4 0 6 4 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 3 3 28 39 29 29

0 0 9 5 5 3 3 6 0 7 3 76 49

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 9

sha 6 7 3

PB - Team (11), Hottman, B. 7, Chung, D. 4, Opp (3). Pickoffs - Team (14), Chung, D. 7, Nichols, T. 2, Hoelzen, T. 1, Kraemer, G. 1, Morgan, Z. 1, Mendonca, T. 1, Greenwood 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - Chung, D. (33-48), Mendonca, T. (19-23), Hottman, B. (13-19), Creel, B. (5-8), Greenwood (4-7), Nichols, T. (5-6), Morgan, Z. (3-5), Kraemer, G. (1-5), Hoelzen, T. (4-4), Chadwick, D. (1-4), Davis, RJ (2-3), Leitao, B. (2-3), Kopas, D. (0-1), Adrian, H. (0-1), Lukes, S. (0-1).

INNING-BY-INNING SCORE Sacramento State Opponents

1 28 46

2 26 29

3 49 28

4 24 46

5 48 42

6 54 53

7 44 55

8 30 26

9 21 15

EX 3 3

Total 327 343

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2012 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Game date Feb 17, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 Feb 19, 2012 Feb 20, 2012 Feb 24, 2012 Feb 25, 2012 Feb 26, 2012 Feb 28, 2012 Mar 02, 2012 Mar 03, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 07, 2012 Mar 09, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 11, 2012 Mar 15, 2012 Mar 17, 2012 Mar 17, 2012 Mar 18, 2012 Mar 19, 2012 Mar 20, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 Mar 22, 2012 Mar 23, 2012 Mar 24, 2012 Mar 28, 2012 Mar 30, 2012 Mar 31, 2012 Apr 01, 2012 Apr 06, 2012 Apr 07, 2012 Apr 08, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 Apr 14, 2012 Apr 14, 2012 Apr 15, 2012 Apr 16, 2012 Apr 17, 2012 Apr 20, 2012 Apr 21, 2012 Apr 22, 2012 Apr 27, 2012 Apr 28, 2012 Apr 29, 2012 May 01, 2012 May 04, 2012 May 05, 2012 May 06, 2012 May 08, 2012 May 11, 2012 May 12, 2012 May 13, 2012 May 18, 2012 May 19, 2012 May 20, 2012 May 24, 2012 May 25, 2012 May 26, 2012 May 27, 2012

Opposing team CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE SAINT MARY'S SEATTLE U W SEATTLE U W SEATTLE U W at Pacific at UCLA at UCLA at UCLA CREIGHTON W at UC Riverside at UC Riverside at UC Riverside W DARTMOUTH W DARTMOUTH DARTMOUTH DARTMOUTH W DARTMOUTH W PACIFIC W at Utah W at Utah Valley W at Utah Valley at Utah Valley at San Francisco W at CSU Bakersfield W at CSU Bakersfield at CSU Bakersfield at Louisiana Tech* at Louisiana Tech* W at Louisiana Tech* W UC DAVIS W NEW MEXICO STATE* NEW MEXICO STATE* NEW MEXICO STATE* W NEW MEXICO STATE W at UC Davis W NEVADA* W NEVADA* W NEVADA* at San Jose State* W at San Jose State* W at San Jose State* SAN FRANCISCO at Fresno State* W at Fresno State* at Fresno State* SAINT MARY'S W HAWAI'I* W HAWAI'I* W HAWAI'I* W UNLV UNLV UNLV vs Nevada ^ W vs Fresno State ^ W vs Fresno State ^ vs Fresno State ^

* Western Athletic Conference game

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

^ WAC Tournament game

R-H-E 4-9-0 2-10-0 3-9-1 2-9-2 9-14-0 6-8-1 8-10-0 10-14-0 2-2-0 2-8-0 2-4-2 7-9-0 4-10-0 0-3-0 5-6-2 11-18-0 4-7-1 1-8-1 8-11-1 1-9-2 6-12-1 6-15-0 13-19-0 6-13-1 8-13-1 3-10-1 2-8-0 4-8-2 2-7-2 5-9-1 2-9-0 11-17-1 11-13-1 4-6-0 1-3-0 10-13-0 8-10-0 8-13-1 2-6-0 8-11-2 1-11-0 7-10-0 8-14-1 7-12-0 1-8-2 9-15-1 6-12-2 6-11-1 2-8-1 7-13-2 10-18-3 10-12-0 0-4-1 3-12-2 7-11-1 15-19-1 8-15-0 6-13-2 3-14-0

R-H-E 6-9-0 0-5-2 5-8-0 7-10-1 6-12-1 5-8-1 7-7-0 13-18-2 5-9-1 6-10-1 11-11-2 2-4-0 15-16-1 1-6-0 2-6-1 3-11-2 12-18-1 6-12-2 2-5-0 0-10-0 3-13-1 2-3-0 3-6-2 10-12-1 13-15-1 1-3-0 0-5-2 11-15-4 5-8-3 7-12-0 1-5-1 6-11-1 4-12-0 16-13-1 6-7-0 7-12-1 7-9-4 5-8-3 0-5-3 7-11-0 9-13-0 2-7-0 3-7-0 8-6-1 10-17-0 7-12-3 10-14-1 8-9-1 1-8-1 6-10-3 3-8-1 2-10-0 12-16-0 5-14-1 8-14-1 5-10-3 3-5-1 9-9-4 4-9-3

() extra inning game

Inn. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) (12) 9 9 9 9 (11) 8 9 9 (13)

Overall 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 4-6-0 4-7-0 5-7-0 5-8-0 5-9-0 6-9-0 7-9-0 7-10-0 7-11-0 8-11-0 9-11-0 10-11-0 11-11-0 12-11-0 12-12-0 12-13-0 13-13-0 14-13-0 14-14-0 14-15-0 14-16-0 15-16-0 16-16-0 17-16-0 17-17-0 17-18-0 18-18-0 19-18-0 20-18-0 21-18-0 22-18-0 22-19-0 23-19-0 24-19-0 24-20-0 24-21-0 25-21-0 25-22-0 25-23-0 26-23-0 27-23-0 28-23-0 29-23-0 29-24-0 29-25-0 29-26-0 30-26-0 31-26-0 31-27-0 31-28-0

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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 4-3-0 5-3-0 5-4-0 6-4-0 7-4-0 7-5-0 7-5-0 8-5-0 8-6-0 8-7-0 8-7-0 9-7-0 10-7-0 11-7-0 11-7-0 11-7-0 11-7-0 11-7-0 11-7-0 11-7-0 11-7-0

Pitcher of record Greenwood (L 0-1) Mendonca, T. (W 1-0) Morgan, Z. (L 0-1) Nichols, T. (L 0-1) Chadwick, D. (W 1-0) Mendonca, T. (W 2-0) Greenwood (W 1-1) Kraemer, G. (L 0-1) Greenwood (L 1-2) Mendonca, T. (L 2-1) Morgan, Z. (L 0-2) Hoelzen, T. (W 1-0) Greenwood (L 1-3) Mendonca, T. (L 2-2) Leitao, B. (W 1-0) Greenwood (W 2-3) Mendonca, T. (L 2-3) Nichols, T. (L 0-2) Leitao, B. (W 2-0) Davis, RJ (W 1-0) Adrian, H. (W 1-0) Greenwood (W 3-3) Mendonca, T. (W 3-3) Nichols, T. (L 0-3) Leitao, B. (L 2-1) Kopas, D. (W 1-0) Mendonca, T. (W 4-3) Leitao, B. (L 2-2) Greenwood (L 3-4) Mendonca, T. (L 4-4) Leitao, B. (W 3-2) Chadwick, D. (W 2-0) Nichols, T. (W 1-3) Leitao, B. (L 3-3) Chadwick, D. (L 2-1) Mendonca, T. (W 5-4) Kopas, D. (W 2-0) Kraemer, G. (W 1-1) Chadwick, D. (W 3-1) Leitao, B. (W 4-3) Mendonca, T. (L 5-5) Chadwick, D. (W 4-1) Leitao, B. (W 5-3) Hoelzen, T. (L 1-1) Mendonca, T. (L 5-6) Hoelzen, T. (W 2-1) Leitao, B. (L 5-4) Mendonca, T. (L 5-7) Creel, B. (W 1-0) Nichols, T. (W 2-3) Mendonca, T. (W 6-7) Leitao, B. (W 6-4) Mendonca, T. (L 6-8) Leitao, B. (L 6-5) Davis, RJ (L 1-1) Hoelzen, T. (W 3-1) Leitao, B. (W 7-5) Hoelzen, T. (L 3-2) Davis, RJ (L 1-2)

Attend 323 291 283 192 153 293 291 285 608 628 829 112 247 257 261 54 183 183 204 154 184 616 462 577 560 82 321 302 441 945 963 177 141 264 264 289 109 144 159 341 381 244 312 332 159 1550 2143 1534 109 241 321 286 177 261 312 940 856 668 584

Time 2:42 2:01 2:36 2:37 2:43 2:16 2:55 3:07 2:45 2:42 2:37 2:30 2:37 1:58 2:08 2:26 2:04 2:40 1:56 2:13 2:41 2:30 2:35 3:01 3:02 2:50 2:10 2:37 1:59 2:31 1:50 2:45 2:59 2:24 2:20 3:10 3:00 2:43 2:23 2:40 2:45 2:43 2:37 2:57 2:48 3:17 2:49 2:22 2:35 3:05 2:27 2:07 2:01 2:35 3:20 3:02 2:27 3:20 3:29

2012 WAC REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS Team 1. Sacramento State New Mexico State Nevada 4. Hawaii 5. Fresno State 6. Louisiana Tech 7. San Jose State

WAC Games Overall W L T Pct. W L 11 7 0 .611 31 28 11 7 0 .611 35 24 11 7 0 .611 32 25 10 8 0 .556 30 25 8 10 0 .444 31 28 7 11 0 .389 27 28 5 13 0 .278 22 29

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .525 .593 .561 .545 .525 .491 .431

2012 WAC TOURNAMENT RECAP 2012 WAC Baseball Tournament May 23-27 Mesa, Ariz. Hohokam Stadium

Thursday, May 24 Game 3 - Louisiana Tech def. Hawai’i, 9-6 (Hawai’i eliminated) Game 4 - Sacramento State def. Nevada, 15-5 (8) Game 5 - Fresno State def. New Mexico State, 15-8

Seeds #1 - New Mexico State #2 - Sacramento State #3 - Nevada #4 - Hawai’i #5 - Fresno State #6 - Louisiana Tech

Friday, May 25 Game 6 - Louisiana Tech def. NMSU, 15-12 (NMSU eliminated) Game 7 - Louisiana Tech def. Nevada, 18-5 (7) (Nevada eliminated) Game 8 - Sacramento State def. Fresno State, 8-3 Saturday, May 26 Game 9 - Fresno State def. Louisiana Tech, 6-4 (La Tech eliminated) Game 10 - Fresno State def. Sacramento State, 9-6

Wednesday, May 23 Game 1 - Fresno State def. Hawai’i, 8-2 Game 2 - Nevada def. Louisiana Tech, 4-3

Sunday, May 27 Game 11 - Fresno State def. Sacramento State, 4-3 (13)

2013 WAC REALIGNMENT

After completing its 50th year of intercollegiate competition, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. Sacramento State is an affiliate member of the WAC for baseball and gymnastics. The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team league of

Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first WAC championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai’i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 199091 athletic year was the first in which both men and

women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai’i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. In 2005, Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. Boise State withdrew prior to the 2011-12 season. The current membership began on July 1, 2012 when the WAC added Denver, Seattle, UT-Arlington, UTSA and Texas State to replace withdrawing members, Fresno State, Hawai’i and Nevada. New members, CSU Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, UTPA and Utah Valley, will join the conference on July 1, 2013.

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2012 WAC TEAM HITTING STATS Team NMSU Sac State La Tech Nevada Fresno State Hawaii SJSU Totals

avg G ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% .306 59 2054 473 628 130 14 47 431 927 .451 .298 59 2095 327 625 122 12 30 301 861 .411 .288 55 1867 308 537 92 2 38 263 747 .400 .286 57 1861 295 533 104 28 23 278 762 .409 .277 59 1997 297 554 108 8 19 273 735 .368 .257 55 1777 239 456 68 8 14 208 582 .328 .251 51 1652 209 415 69 7 8 198 522 .316 .282 395 13303 2148 3748 693 79 179 1952 5136 .386

bb hbp so gdp ob% 347 66 441 30 .415 168 49 345 51 .360 217 43 371 39 .372 193 77 379 34 .374 193 40 398 36 .350 204 55 399 44 .348 173 75 250 43 .345 1495 405 2583 277 .368

sf sh sb-att 39 11 22-31 29 29 31-44 18 37 37-62 16 69 55-88 18 59 60-81 18 49 48-66 19 52 30-51 157 306 283-423

po 1514 1564 1428 1515 1586 1470 1350 10427

a 563 660 512 738 639 634 477 4223

e fld% 84 .961 47 .979 74 .963 67 .971 84 .964 61 .972 52 .972 469 .969

WAC HITTING TEAM CATEGORY LEADERS

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BATTING AVERAGE 1. New Mexico State 2. Sacramento State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Nevada 5. Fresno State 6. Hawaii 7. San Jose State

.306 .298 .288 .286 .277 .257 .251

RBIs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. New Mexico State 2. Sacramento State 3. Nevada 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Fresno State 6. Hawaii 7. San Jose State

.451 .411 .409 .400 .368 .328 .316

DOUBLES 1. New Mexico State 2. Sacramento State 3. Fresno State 4. Nevada 5. Louisiana Tech 6. San Jose State 7. Hawaii

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. New Mexico State 2. Nevada 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Sacramento State 5. Fresno State 6. Hawaii 7. San Jose State

.415 .374 .372 .360 .350 .348 .345

RUNS SCORED 1. New Mexico State 2. Sacramento State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Fresno State 5. Nevada 6. Hawaii 7. San Jose State

473 327 308 297 295 239 209

HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

628 625 554 537 533 456 415

New Mexico State Sacramento State Fresno State Louisiana Tech Nevada Hawaii San Jose State

HIT BY PITCH 1. Nevada 2. San Jose State 3. New Mexico State 4. Hawaii 5. Sacramento State 6. Louisiana Tech 7. Fresno State

77 75 66 55 49 43 40

130 122 108 104 92 69 68

STRIKEOUTS 1. New Mexico State 2. Hawaii 3. Fresno State 4. Nevada 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Sacramento State 7. San Jose State

441 399 398 379 371 345 250

TRIPLES 1. Nevada 2. New Mexico State 3. Sacramento State 4. Hawaii Fresno State 6. San Jose State 7. Louisiana Tech

28 14 12 8 8 7 2

SAC BUNTS 1. Nevada 2. Fresno State 3. San Jose State 4. Hawaii 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Sacramento State 7. New Mexico State

69 59 52 49 37 29 11

HOME RUNS 1. New Mexico State 2. Louisiana Tech 3. Sacramento State 4. Nevada 5. Fresno State 6. Hawaii 7. San Jose State

47 38 30 23 19 14 8

SAC FLIES 1. New Mexico State 2. Sacramento State 3. San Jose State 4. Louisiana Tech Fresno State Hawaii 7. Nevada

39 29 19 18 18 18 16

WALKS 1. New Mexico State 2. Louisiana Tech 3. Hawaii 4. Nevada Fresno State 6. San Jose State 7. Sacramento State

347 217 204 193 193 173 168

STOLEN BASES 1. Fresno State 2. Nevada 3. Hawaii 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Sacramento State 6. San Jose State 7. New Mexico State

60 55 48 37 31 30 22

New Mexico State Sacramento State Nevada Fresno State Louisiana Tech Hawaii San Jose State

431 301 278 273 263 208 198

2012 WAC TEAM PITCHING STATS Team Hawaii Fresno State SJSU Nevada Sac State NMSU La Tech Totals

era w-l 3.29 30-25 3.86 31-28 4.16 22-29 4.33 32-25 5.25 31-28 5.47 35-24 5.48 27-28 4.55 208-187

g 55 59 51 57 59 59 55 395

cg 2 3 2 3 7 0 0 17

sho sv 5/5 18 4/3 13 2/2 13 2/1 14 4/2 10 1/1 12 0/0 14 18/14 94

ip 490.0 528.2 450.0 505.0 521.1 504.2 476.0 3475.2

h r er bb so 2b 3b 477 222 179 122 290 73 11 578 280 227 171 489 95 10 454 245 208 170 334 95 7 533 293 243 243 331 102 14 578 343 304 233 336 104 4 606 378 307 241 430 97 6 528 340 290 214 399 115 14 3754 2101 1758 1394 2609 681 66

hr ab b/avg 21 1841 .259 22 2086 .277 26 1706 .266 19 1934 .276 23 1998 .289 38 2047 .296 39 1869 .283 188 13481 .278

wp hbp bk sfa sha 27 57 3 23 50 48 54 7 16 29 46 43 5 19 40 40 49 5 17 41 49 76 4 28 39 75 65 7 27 32 45 61 11 22 35 330 405 42 152 266

WAC PITCHING TEAM CATEGORY LEADERS ERA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Hawaii Fresno State San Jose State Nevada Sacramento State New Mexico State Louisiana Tech

3.29 3.86 4.16 4.33 5.25 5.47 5.48

HITS ALLOWED 1. San Jose State 2. Hawaii 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Nevada 5. Fresno State Sacramento State 7. New Mexico State

454 477 528 533 578 578 606

TRIPLES ALLOWED 1. Sacramento State 2. New Mexico State 3. San Jose State 4. Fresno State 5. Hawaii 6. Nevada Louisiana Tech

4 6 7 10 11 14 14

OPPOSING BATTING AVERAGE 1. Hawaii 2. San Jose State 3. Nevada 4. Fresno State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Sacramento State 7. New Mexico State

.259 .266 .276 .277 .283 .289 .296

RUNS ALLOWED 1. Hawaii 2. San Jose State 3. Fresno State 4. Nevada 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Sacramento State 7. New Mexico State

222 245 280 293 340 343 378

HOME RUNS ALLOWED 1. Nevada 2. Hawaii 3. Fresno State 4. Sacramento State 5. San Jose State 6. New Mexico State 7. Louisiana Tech

19 21 22 23 26 38 39

STRIKEOUTS 1. Fresno State 2. New Mexico State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Sacramento State 5. San Jose State 6. Nevada 7. Hawaii

489 430 399 336 334 331 290

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 1. Hawaii 2. San Jose State 3. Fresno State 4. Nevada 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Sacramento State 7. New Mexico State

179 208 227 243 290 304 307

WILD PITCHES 1. New Mexico State 2. Sacramento State 3. Fresno State 4. San Jose State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Nevada 7. Hawaii

75 49 48 46 45 40 27

SAVES 1. Hawaii 2. Louisiana Tech Nevada 4. San Jose State Fresno State 6. New Mexico State 7. Sacramento State

18 14 14 13 13 12 10

WALKS ALLOWED 1. Hawaii 2. San Jose State 3. Fresno State 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Sacramento State 6. New Mexico State 7. Nevada

122 170 171 214 233 241 243

HIT BATTERS 1. Sacramento State 2. New Mexico State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Hawaii 5. Fresno State 6. Nevada 7. San Jose State

76 65 61 57 54 49 43

PICK OFFS 1. Sacramento State 2. Nevada 3. Louisiana Tech 4. San Jose State 5. New Mexico State 6. Fresno State 7. Hawaii

14 10 8 7 6 4 1

DOUBLES ALLOWED 1. Hawaii 2. San Jose State Fresno State 4. New Mexico State 5. Nevada 6. Sacramento State 7. Louisiana Tech

73 95 95 97 102 104 115

BALKS 1. Louisiana Tech 2. New Mexico State Fresno State 4. Nevada San Jose State 6. Sacramento State 7. Hawaii

11 7 7 5 5 4 3

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WAC HITTING INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE 1. Zac Fisher-NMSU 2. Rhys Hoskins-SAC 3. Parker Hipp-NMSU 4. Ryan Gebhardt-LTU 5. Derrick Chung-SAC 6. Andrew Ayers-SAC 7. Kurt Snowley-NMSU 8. Brooks Klein-NEV 9. Trent Garrison-FS 10. Alex Williams-LTU

.355 .353 .349 .341 .340 .336 .335 .335 .333 .332

RBIs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Zac Fisher-NMSU Zach Voight-NMSU Rhys Hoskins-SAC Parker Hipp-NMSU Bryan Karraker-NMSU Alex Williams-LTU Robert Lecount-NMSU Brooks Klein-NEV Kenneth Wise-FS 2 tied at ...

60 56 53 49 48 46 46 42 40 39

HIT BY PITCH 1. Kyle Hunt-NEV 2. David Del Grande-SAC 3. Austin Byler-NEV 4. Bryan Karraker-NMSU Trevor Podratz-UH 6. Kyle Gallegos-SJSU Collin Bennett-UH 8. Garrett Yrigoyen-NEV Matt Lopez-SJSU 10. 4 tied at ...

17 16 15 12 12 11 11 10 10 8

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. Brooks Klein-NEV 2. Rhys Hoskins-SAC 3. Alex Williams-LTU 4. Zac Fisher-NMSU 5. Zach Voight-NMSU 6. Robert Lecount-NMSU 7. Andrew Ayers-SAC 8. Kyle Phillips-NMSU 9. Carlos Escobar Jr.-NEV 10. Aaron Judge-FS

.591 .567 .548 .511 .493 .469 .468 .466 .462 .458

DOUBLES 1. Austin Wynns-FS 2. Zac Fisher-NMSU Bryan Karraker-NMSU 4. Will Soto-SAC Parker Hipp-NMSU 6. Brooks Klein-NEV Rhys Hoskins-SAC Andrew Ayers-SAC 9. Jordan Luplow-FS 10. 5 tied at ...

22 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 14

STRIKEOUTS 1. Justin Higley-SAC 2. Robert Lecount-NMSU 3. Patrick Hutcheson-FS 4. Trevor Podratz-UH Max Duval-UH 6. Bryan Karraker-NMSU 7. Tanner Waite-NMSU 8. Jordan Luplow-FS 9. Jay Anderson-NEV Chris Mariscal-FS

61 59 55 52 52 50 49 48 47 47

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. Parker Hipp-NMSU 2. Tanner Waite-NMSU 3. Aaron Judge-FS 4. Collin Bennett-UH 5. Zac Fisher-NMSU 6. Kyle Phillips-NMSU 7. Alex Williams-LTU 8. Bryan Karraker-NMSU 9. Nick Schulz-SJSU 10. Ryan Gebhardt-LTU

.488 .472 .453 .439 .432 .421 .420 .419 .414 .411

TRIPLES 1. Brooks Klein-NEV Joe Kohan-NEV 3. Jay Anderson-NEV Justin Higley-SAC 5. Tanner Waite-NMSU 6. Garrett Yrigoyen-NEV Collin Bennett-UH 8. 14 tied at ...

6 6 5 5 4 3 3 2

HOME RUNS 1. Alex Williams-LTU Robert Lecount-NMSU 3. Rhys Hoskins-SAC 4. Brooks Klein-NEV Zach Voight-NMSU 6. Bre’shon Kimbell-LTU Cody Edwards-NMSU Zac Fisher-NMSU Kyle Phillips-NMSU 10. 3 tied at ...

SAC BUNTS 1. Kyle Hunt-NEV 2. Garrett Yrigoyen-NEV 3. Austin Wynns-FS Kyle Gallegos-SJSU Ryan Gebhardt-LTU 6. Scotty Burcham-SAC 7. Jamison Rowe-NEV 8. Jake Alvarez-FS Kaeo Aliviado-UH Patrick Hutcheson-FS

15 14 11 11 11 10 9 8 8 8

12 12 10 8 8 6 6 6 6 5

SAC FLIES 1. Parker Hipp-NMSU 2. Caleb Natov-SJSU 3. Zac Fisher-NMSU Will Soto-SAC 5. Clay Cederquist-SAC Robert Lecount-NMSU Kewby Meyer-NEV Zach Voight-NMSU 9. 6 tied at ...

8 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 4

WALKS 1. Tanner Waite-NMSU 2. Parker Hipp-NMSU 3. Aaron Judge-FS 4. Bryan Karraker-NMSU 5. Stephen Ventimilia-UH 6. Zac Fisher-NMSU 7. Austin Hedges-LTU 8. Breland Almadova-UH Kyle Phillips-NMSU 10. Alex Williams-LTU

69 57 48 38 37 33 32 31 31 29

STOLEN BASES 1. Stephen Ventimilia-UH 2. Aaron Judge-FS Patrick Hutcheson-FS 4. Breland Almadova-UH 5. Garrett Yrigoyen-NEV Zack Swasey-UH 7. Jordan Luplow-FS Jay Anderson-NEV 9. Kyle Hunt-NEV 10. Austin Hedges-LTU

14 13 13 12 11 11 10 10 9 8

RUNS SCORED 1. Tanner Waite-NMSU 2. Bryan Karraker-NMSU 3. Parker Hipp-NMSU Kurt Snowley-NMSU 5. Aaron Judge-FS 6. Ryan Gebhardt-LTU Rhys Hoskins-SAC Robert Lecount-NMSU 9. 3 tied at ... HITS 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Zac Fisher-NMSU Derrick Chung-SAC Ryan Gebhardt-LTU Rhys Hoskins-SAC Andrew Ayers-SAC Parker Hipp-NMSU Alex Williams-LTU Brooks Klein-NEV Patrick Hutcheson-FS 2 tied at ...

55 53 51 51 47 44 44 44 42

82 80 76 76 74 73 72 68 67 65

WAC PITCHING INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY LEADERS ERA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Braden Shipley-NEV Tom Jameson-NEV Thomas Harlan-FS Jarrett Arakawa-UH Phil Maton-LTU Johnny Melero-SJSU Justin Haley-FS Matt Sisto-UH Scott Squier-UH Tyler Linehan-FS

OPPOSING BATTING AVERAGE 1. Braden Shipley-NEV 2. Phil Maton-LTU 3. Zack Jones-SJSU 4. Thomas Harlan-FS 5. Johnny Melero-SJSU 6. Jamie Gilley-LTU 7. Scott Squier-UH 8. Justin Haley-FS 9. Jarrett Arakawa-UH 10. Matt Sisto-UH INNINGS PITCHED 1. Thomas Harlan-FS 2. Braden Shipley-NEV 3. Ryan Beck-NMSU 4. Jarrett Arakawa-UH 5. Tom Jameson-NEV 6. Justin Haley-FS 7. Matt Sisto-UH 8. Tanner Mendonca-SAC 9. Phil Maton-LTU 10. 2 tied at ... STRIKEOUTS 1. Ryan Beck-NMSU 2. Justin Haley-FS 3. Braden Shipley-NEV 4. Thomas Harlan-FS 5. Tyler Linehan-FS Jamie Gilley-LTU 7. Jeb Stefan-LTU 8. Phil Maton-LTU 9. Adam Mott-NMSU 10. Jarrett Arakawa-UH WINS 1. 2. 5. 10.

Braden Shipley-NEV Michael Ormseth-NMSU Matt Sisto-UH Phil Maton-LTU Tom Jameson-NEV Justin Haley-FS Brennan Leitao-SAC Jarrett Arakawa-UH Thomas Harlan-FS 4 tied at ...

2.20 2.55 2.78 2.88 2.93 3.03 3.18 3.46 3.50 3.58

.212 .237 .252 .254 .261 .261 .261 .262 .265 .269

106.2 98.1 97.2 97.0 95.1 93.1 91.0 89.1 89.0 86.1

97 94 88 85 82 82 81 79 78 70

9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 6

SAVES 1. Matt Gardner-NEV 2. Taylor Garrison-FS 3. Caleb Dudley-LTU 4. RJ Davis-SAC Brent Harrison-UH Scott Coffman-NMSU 7. Zack Jones-SJSU 8. 4 tied at ...

13 11 9 8 8 8 7 3

BALKS 1. Garrett Mundell-FS Jamie Gilley-LTU 3. Adam Mott-NMSU David Wayne Russo-SJSU James Ferguson-LTU Jeb Stefan-LTU Ty Nichols-SAC Michael Ormseth-NMSU Brennan Leitao-SAC 10. 22 tied at ...

3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

APPEARANCES 1. Tyler Hoelzen-SAC 2. Scott Coffman-NMSU Caleb Dudley-LTU 4. Taylor Garrison-FS 5. RJ Davis-SAC 6. Tyler Mack-NMSU Jamie Gilley-LTU 8. Robert Kraft-NMSU Brandon Creel-SAC Matt Gardner-NEV

31 29 29 28 26 25 25 24 24 24

HIT BATTERS 1. Brennan Leitao-SAC Phil Maton-LTU 3. Scott Squier-UH 4. Ryan Beck-NMSU 5. Tanner Mendonca-SAC 6. Casey Collins-NMSU Tyler Wells-NEV 8. 7 tied at ...

15 15 13 12 11 10 10 9

STARTS 1. Thomas Harlan-FS Ryan Beck-NMSU 3. Jarrett Arakawa-UH Tanner Mendonca-SAC Tom Jameson-NEV Braden Shipley-NEV 7. Matt Sisto-UH Tyler Linehan-FS Scott Squier-UH Adam Mott-NMSU

16 16 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14

HITS ALLOWED 1. Zack Jones-SJSU 2. David Wayne Russo-SJSU 3. Scott Squier-UH 4. Jamie Gilley-LTU 5. Hunter Greenwood-SAC 6. Tyler Wells-NEV 7. Braden Shipley-NEV 8. Johnny Melero-SJSU 9. Cody Kendall-FS 10. Phil Maton-LTU

51 62 64 67 71 72 73 74 75 78

PICK OFFS 1. Derrick Chung-SAC 2. Carlos Escobar Jr.-NEV 3. Jamie Gilley-LTU Tyler Wells-NEV Tyler Qualls-LTU 6. Zac Fisher-NMSU Ty Nichols-SAC Michael Ormseth-NMSU Sean Martin-SJSU Braden Shipley-NEV

7 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

WALKS ALLOWED 1. Matt Sisto-UH 2. Cody Kendall-FS 3. Thomas Harlan-FS 4. Zack Jones-SJSU 5. Johnny Melero-SJSU Jarrett Arakawa-UH 7. David Wayne Russo-SJSU 8. Jamie Gilley-LTU 9. Michael Ormseth-NMSU Phil Maton-LTU

11 13 16 17 18 18 19 21 22 22

WILD PITCHES 1. Ryan Beck-NMSU 2. Jeb Stefan-LTU 3. Trevor Petersen-LTU Justin Haley-FS 5. Braden Shipley-NEV Tyler Mack-NMSU 7. Adam Mott-NMSU Casey Collins-NMSU 9. Hunter Greenwood-SAC Dallas Chadwick-SAC

15 13 11 11 10 10 9 9 8 8

HOME RUNS ALLOWED 1. Justin Haley-FS Scott Squier-UH 3. Cody Kendall-FS Casey Collins-NMSU Tyler Linehan-FS Hunter Greenwood-SAC Matt Sisto-UH Tom Jameson-NEV 9. Zack Jones-SJSU Tyler Wells-NEV

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2013 SEASON PREVIEW

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2013 WAC TEAM-BY-TEAM PREVIEWS

QuikTrip Park will host the 2013 WAC Tournament.

CSU Bakersfield Team Capsule CSUB added baseball in time for the 2009 season, and enters its fifth season in 2013. The Roadrunners became the first, first year team in any NCAA Division I sport to defeat the defending national champion when CSUB handed Fresno State a 4-3 defeat Apr. 4, 2009. In 2012, CSUB baseball became nationally known when its “Dance-Off” against Nebraska during a rain delay in Lincoln became viral. Footage of the “Dance-Off” appeared nationally on ESPN and in 21 different TV markets across the United States.

Runner-up (1985 and 2000).DBU has recorded 34 consecutive winning seasons in the sport of baseball. In 2008, only their third year of NCAA Division I postseason eligibility, DBU was selected as an at-large participant in the College Station Regional, the first independent to make an NCAA Regional since 1992. In 2011, the Patriots once again received at at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament and were crowned champions of the Fort Worth Regional after wins over Oklahoma, TCU and Oral Roberts. Eleven Patriots have seen time in Major League Baseball with the latest being All-Star and Tampa Bay Ray, Ben Zobrist. Since 2006, DBU has seen eight players selected to All-American Teams and five players receive Freshman All-American honors.

CSU Bakersfield Players to Watch Dallas Baptist Players to Watch Cael Brockmeyer - C/1B, R/R, 6-5, 220, Jr. As a sophomore, Brockmeyer led team in home runs (6) and RBI’s (32). He reset school record for most putouts in a season with 393 and committed only two errors in 436 chances (.995 fielding percentage). He ranked second on squad in slugging percentage (.460) and was third on the team in on-base percentage (.388) and batting average (.285). Brockmeyer started 54 of the 55 games and became the first CSUB player to compete in the Cape Cod League with the Cotuit Kettleers. He hit .278 with five home runs and 13 RBI’s for the Kettleers He hit .244 with 13 RBI’s in 42 appearances as a freshman. Brockmeyer’s first career home run was the game-winning run against the No. 10 Arizona State Mar. 3. Brockmeyer started 30 times at either first base, catcher, or designated hitter. Jonathan Montoya – P, L/L, 5-7, 157, R-Sr. Montoya sat out 2012 after undergoing Tommy John Surgery on his pitching arm. He reset the school records for most complete games (7) and wins in a season (8 tied with Mike McCarthy) as a junior. At one point, Montoya recorded five complete games in five starts. He started 16 games, going 8-5 and tied with McCarthy for lead in games started and victories. He struck out 86 (second on team) in 115.1 innings (second on the team). His opponents batted .245 against Montoya for the year.

Dallas Baptist Team Capsule Dallas Baptist became a Division I counter in 2004 after two seasons of Division II play. Prior to joining the NCAA, DBU competed in the NAIA and qualified for 10 NAIA World Series between 1984 – 2002, twice finishing as National

Boomer Collins – OF, R/R, 5-11, 202, R-Sr. Collins sat out 2011 after transferring from the University of Nebraska. In 2012, he made his presence known by being selected as ABCA Third Team AllAmerican, NCBWA Third Team All-American and ABCA First Time All-Region. He earned those awards on the strength of his .374 average, 13 homeruns, 23 doubles, 58 RBI and 15 stolen bases. The native of Waxahachie, Texas, began his Patriot career with a leadoff homerun on Opening Day against Southeast Missouri. He also collected two walks, a stolen base, and scored three runs that day. He had five-straight multi-hit games from May 1 through May 5. He also had multiple hits in each game of the Bradley series to end the regular season. Collins collected hits in each game of the Waco Regional and finished with three RBI and two runs scored. Cy Sneed – RHP, R/R, 6-4, 197, So. Sneed had seventeen starts as a true freshman in 2012 and compiled an 8-5 record with a 4.45 ERA. The Twin Falls, Idaho, native struck out 71 batters in 85 innings. His first collegiate start came in the second game of the Opening Day doubleheader against Southeast Missouri. He threw five complete innings and allowed four hits and no runs to pick up his first collegiate win. He went six innings in his next start against Rice and allowed only two runs on five hits. Sneed also threw a complete game shutout against Houston Baptist on March 9, striking out seven. In his next start, he threw six scoreless against Charlotte and then threw a scoreless inning against Louisiana Tech on March 22 to run his scoreless inning streak to 16 complete. He threw 5.2 innings in that Tech game, giving up two runs and striking out ten to record the first double-digit strikeout game of his career. 13

2013 WAC TEAM-BY-TEAM PREVIEWS Louisiana Tech Team Capsule Twenty-three upperclassmen (10 seniors; 13 juniors) highlight this year’s squad – the most by any Tech team in head coach Wade Simoneaux’s tenure with the Bulldogs (entering his 11th year). LA Tech will play 21 games in 2013 against six different opponents that participated in the 2012 NCAA Baseball Tournament; eleven of those contests will be played on the Bulldogs’ home field. Tech returns eight starting position players and two starting pitchers. The Bulldogs also have two top relievers returning to the mound in 2013. LA Tech welcomes 15 newcomers to the 2013 roster. The Bulldogs are entering their 12th and final year as members of the WAC. In its final season, LA Tech will battle new faces as six of the ten total teams are new to the conference schedule. Louisiana Tech Players to Watch Phil Maton – RHP, R/R, 6-3, 200, So. Maton was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team last season. He was also named second team all-state selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA). Maton led the team in wins (8 – 12 starts) and earned run average (2.93) in his freshman season; 79 strikeouts in 89.0 innings pitched. Ryan Gebhardt – INF, R/R, 5-11, 195, Jr. Gebhardt was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team. He also received second-team all-WAC honors and was named to the all-tournament team for the 2011 WAC Baseball Tournament. Gebhardt was named first team all-WAC by CollegeSportsMadness.com and second team all-state selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA). Gebhardt led the team in batting average (.341) and doubles (14) in 2012; started all 55 games he played in; 27 RBI and 5 stolen bases (T-2nd on the team).

New Mexico State Team Capsule NM State won its first ever WAC regular season title in 2012.The Aggies have won 30 or more games for four consecutive seasons dating back to 2009. Last year the Aggies finished with 35 victories. The team ranked in the top 25 nationally in 10 different offensive categories. The Aggies ranked third in scoring (8 rpg.), fourth in runs (473) and second in base on balls (347). Former Aggie Tanner Waite was the national statistical leader for walks (69).The Aggies return four starting pitchers from last season’s NCAA Tournament team including Ryan Beck, (LHP), Adam Mott (RHP), Micheal Ormseth (RHP) and Casey Collins (RHP).NM State placed seven players on the All-WAC teams last year, which marked the most selections ever for an Aggie baseball team. It was also the most selections by a team from the WAC last year. First team selections include Zac Fisher, Tanner Waite, Zack Voight, Adam Mott and Scott Coffman. Second team selections included Parker Hipp and Tanner Rust, both whom are on the roster this season. New Mexico State Players to Watch Adam Mott – RHP, R/R, 6-5, 240, Sr. Mott began his Aggie career by becoming an integral part of NM State’s starting pitching rotation in 2012. He appeared in 19 games while making 14 starts for the Aggies. He finished with a 6-3 record, a 4.80 earned run average (ERA) and 78 strikeouts. Mott’s 14 starts, six wins, 4.80 ERA and 78 strikeouts were all good for second-best on the Aggie squad. He also led NM State pitchers with a .276 opponent’s batting average. Mott was most impressive at 14

Presley Askew Field where he went undefeated at 4-0 and had a 3.96 ERA. His ERA fell even lower when WAC play began. Mott finished WAC play with a 2-1 record and a 3.13 ERA. Parker Hipp – INF, L/R, 6-2, 200, Sr. Hipp finished off his junior campaign at NM State as he did his sophomore campaign, by being honored as a second-team All-WAC player. He started at second base for the Aggies during all 59 games of the 2012 season, finishing with a .929 fielding percentage and a team-high 148 assists. His .349 batting average was good enough for second-best on the Aggie squad and third-best among WAC players. Hipp was also second on the team and the WAC in walks with 57 on the season, trailing only teammate Tanner Waite who led the nation in walks. Hipp’s 57 walks placed him sixth in the nation. The combination of Hipp’s hitting ability and patience at the plate helped him lead the team and the WAC in on-base percentage. His .488 on-base percentage was the 12th highest in the country. Hipp also finished ranked nationally in sacrifice flies. His team and WAC-leading eight sacrifice flies on the season placed him 11th in the nation.

Sacramento State Team Capsule Sacramento State is coming off its first WAC regular season title in 11 years with the league. Sacramento State and Cornell were the only teams in the nation to go from last place in the conference standings in 2011 to a league title in 2012. While they won the regular season title, the Hornets came up just short in the WAC Tournament championship, falling to Fresno State in 13 innings. The Hornets nearly swept the WAC awards a season ago, with Reggie Christiansen earning coach of the year, Andrew Ayers claiming player of the year and Rhys Hoskins winning freshman of the year. The Hornets return every pitcher who made a start last season, including all-WAC selection RHP Dallas Chadwick and weekend starters RHP Brennan Leitao and RHP Tanner Mendonca. Sacramento State Players to Watch Rhys Hoskins – UTI, R/R, 6-4, 225, So. Rhys Hoskins, a consensus freshman All-American and the WAC freshman of the year, will take over at first base full-time in his second season with the Hornets. Hoskins, a 6-foot-4, 225-pound native of Sacramento, saw time in the outfield, at third base and at designated hitter last season. Hoskins led the team and ranked second in the WAC last season with a .353 batting average and a .567 slugging percentage. He also led the team and ranked third in the WAC with 53 RBIs and 10 home runs. Of those 10 home runs, Hoskins belted two grand slams last season and two multi-homer games. The sophomore tallied a team-high 16 game hitting streak and posted 22 multi-hit games. Andrew Ayers – INF, R/R, 5-11, 200, Sr. Andrew Ayers, the reigning WAC player of the year, will continue to provide the Hornets with phenomenal defense and a great bat at second base. The Eureka, Calif., native started all 57 games last season. He recorded a team-high 160 assists while making 115 putouts. Despite all that work in the field, Ayers made just four errors and posted a .986 fielding percentage. Ayers hit .336 with 36 runs, 31 RBIs and tied for the team lead with 16 doubles. The senior truly shined in conference play, hitting .427 with 18 RBIs and seven doubles in 18 WAC games.

2013 WAC TEAM-BY-TEAM PREVIEWS San Jose State Team Capsule The 2013 San Jose State baseball team will be under the direction of first-year head coach Dave Nakama. Nakama replaced Sam Piraro who had been the head baseball coach since 1987. The Spartans lost seven letterwinners from 2012 and are returning 14. Nine starting position players are back with San Jose State and the team has eight seniors. San Jose State Players to Watch Matt Lopez – IF/OF, L/L, 5-11, 200, Jr. Lopez appeared in 45 games with 33 starts, all at first base in 2012. He led the team with a .322 batting average and .464 on-base percentage, was second with nine doubles and 23 walks, and fourth on the squad with 18 RBIs. Lopez had a season-long hitting streak of eight games (second longest on the team) from April 14-24, where he hit .590 (16-for-31) with five multi-hit performances and drove in seven runs, scored six times and hit two doubles. He had a career day came at Fresno State on April 15 as he went 4-for-5 with four RBIs and a run scored in leading the Spartans to an 11-2 win over the Bulldogs and their first sweep at Fresno in 12 years. Lopez committed just one error in 251 chances for a .996 fielding percentage. Nick Schulz – OF, R/R, 6-3, 220, Sr. Nick Schulz started 42 of 45 ballgames for San Jose State in 2012. As a junior the outfielder led the team with four homeruns, 21 RBIs, 24 walks and a .436 slugging percentage. The 6-3 220 pound right-handed hitter posted a careerhigh 16-game hitting streak from 3/6-4/6/12 during which he hit .327. The Mountain View, Calif., native returns to the Spartans as one of eight seniors in 2013. The slugger has proven to be a solid fielder as well having three outfield assists and just one error in 94 total chances. Collegesportsmadness.com has made Schulz a 2013 Western Athletic Conference Preseason All-Second Team selection.

out only 16 times during season. Olson was named team MVP last season. He collected multiple hits in 10 games. Olson went 5-for-6 with two doubles and two runs scored during Seattle U’s 11-1 victory at Ohio State (May 12). He threw out 17 of 41 would-be base stealers (41.5%). Nate Roberts – INF, R/R, 5-9, 180, Sr. Roberts has become one of the anchors of the Seattle U infield. He appeared in 48 games, including 47 starts, during 2012 season. Roberts finished year with .233 batting average, eight doubles, one home run, and 18 runs batted in. He also was perfect 5-for-5 in stolen base attempts. He went 3-for-4 with double and run scored in Seattle U’s 5-4 victory at Washington State (Apr. 7). Roberts started all 50 games in freshman season of 2010, finishing with 46 hits, including seven doubles and a home run, and 22 runs batted in.

Texas State Team Capsule Last year the Bobcats began the season strong with a 14-6 record through the team's first 20 games, the second best 20-game start to a season since Ty Harrington took over as head coach in 2000. The start helped catapult Texas State up to No. 20 in the Baseball America rankings, the highest since the program began in 1985, and No. 30 in the Collegiate Baseball poll. Texas State hurlers did not allow a run over 57 2/3 consecutive innings, a streak spanning seven games from Feb. 25 to March 6. The Bobcats set the team record for scoreless innings and consecutive shutouts (5) and came up just 6 1/3 innings shy of the NCAA record of 64 consecutive scoreless innings set in 1972 by Arizona State. Texas State returns two all-conference players from a year ago (Andrew Stumph and Mitchell Pitts). Texas State has had five players selected in each of the last two Major League Drafts, and 32 overall players drafted since Ty Harrington took over in 2000. The Bobcats set an attendance record in 2012, averaging 1,236 fans per game. The overall attendance of 37,329 ranked 46th nationally.

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Seattle University begins its first season in the Western Athletic Conference after three years as a Division I independent. The Seattle U baseball program was reestablished in the fall of 2007 after being dormant since 1986. Donny Harrel began as head coach July 1, 2008, and the 2008-09 year was used for recruiting and laying the foundation for the program. This year’s senior class will be the first four-year group for the baseball program since the sport was brought back at varsity status. The Redhawks have improved their win total each season, going from 11 in 2010 to 21 in 2011 to 23 in 2012. Seattle U plays its home games at Bannerwood Park in nearby Bellevue. The baseball program has partnered with the city of Bellevue for numerous improvements to the facility over the past three years. The most famous alums of the baseball program are Ed and John O’Brien, twin brothers from New Jersey who went on to play together for the Pittsburgh Pirates and held the record for most double plays turned by a brother combination until it was broken by the Ripken brothers (Billy and Cal Jr.).

Kyle Finnegan - RHP, R/R, 6-2, 180, Jr. Two-year letterman who appeared in 15 games, starting 14 in 2012. He threw a career-high eight innings twice, against UT Arlington and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Finnegan finished the year with a 3.28 ERA in 93 1/3 innings. He limited opponents to just a .242 average against him and struck out 75 while walking just 26. Finnegan began the season 4-0, with wins in each of his first four starts. He fanned a season-high 12 in 7.0 innings without allowing a run against Notre Dame (3/4). He allowed just two earned runs in 27 innings over his first four starts to begin the year. Finnegan threw a scoreless inning in his only relief appearance of the year, as part of an 8-4 win against TCU. He struck out eight without walking any in 7 1/3 innings against Sam Houston State (3/25). He pitched in eight games with one start as a freshman in 2011 … earned the victory in his lone start of the season against Prairie View A&M.

Seattle U Players to Watch Brian Olson – C, R/R, 6-0, 190, So. As a freshmen, Olson broke through into the starting lineup at catcher for the Redhawks. He appeared in 49 games, including 43 starts and batted .276 with eight doubles, two home runs, and 18 RBI. He walked 23 times while striking

Morgan Mickan – OF, L/R, 6-1, 205, Sr. Two-year letterman who started 29 games as an outfielder in 2012. He ranked second on the team with an on-base percentage of .392. Mickan had a perfect fielding percentage of 1.000 in 84 chances. He scored 21 runs in his 29 games. He began the year on a three-game hitting streak, going 5-for-12 (.417) with two RBI and a double during that streak. Mickan finished the year going 11-for-13 in steals, including a stretch of four straight games (5/4-9) with at least one stolen base. He also finished the year scoring 10 runs over his last 15

2013 WAC TEAM-BY-TEAM PREVIEWS five games. He started 16 contests and played in 31 games during the 2011 season as an outfielder and designated hitter. Mickan posted a .230 batting average in 61 at-bats and registered seven runs scored and four stolen bases. He transferred to Texas State after playing one season at Texas.

UT Arlington Team Capsule UTA Baseball is coming off a Southland Conference championship and trip to the NCAA Regionals. The 2013 nonconference schedule is highlighted by the Mavericks’ first-ever game at Rangers Ballpark, as UTA faces crosstown rival TCU on March 19 at 7 p.m. The nonconference slate also includes games against Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor and Texas Tech. UTA is beginning its one and only season in the Western Athletic Conference. Thomas returns 21 letter winners from last season’s 36-25 squad. UT Arlington Players to Watch Ryan Walker -- SS, L/R, 6-1, 170, JR Walker is coming off a spectacular sophomore season that earned the Arlington native second-team All-Southland Conference honors. He was the only player on the club to start all 61 games last season, leading the Mavericks in batting average (.360), runs (56), hits (90), and was second on the team in total bases (102). His .417 on-base percentage ranked second on the team, and he topped the SLC in hits and runs scored. Named to the College Sports Madness' 2013 Madness WAC Baseball Preseason All-Conference First Team. John Beck -- RHP, R/R, 6-3, 197, JR Beck went 3-1 in nine appearances last season, including seven starts. He had a 4.30 ERA in 37.2 innings, striking out 25, while allowing 12 walks and 46 hits. Beck pitched 6 1/3 innings and allowed just one run for his Santa Barbara Foresters, who won the National Baseball Congress (summer) championship for the second consecutive season and third time in four years.

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coach. The Roadrunners return 21 letterwinners from last year's club that posted a 22-32 overall record. Junior outfielder Riley Good and junior shortstop RJ Perucki are among UTSA's top returners. Good was leading the nation in hits before being sidelined for most of the year with an injury, while Perucki garnered third-team All-Southland Conference honors for his play at shortstop. Junior pitcher Michael Kraft also returns after leading the squad with eight victories last season. The Roadrunners welcome 12 newcomers to the team, including eight junior college transfers. UTSA's 2013 schedule features seven teams that qualified for the NCAA Tournament a year ago and 10 teams that finished in the RPI top 80. The Roadrunners also will face eight opponents for the first time, including four in WAC action. UTSA Players to Watch Riley Good – OF, L/R, 6-0, 185, Jr. Good competed in 25 games, including 23 starts, and missed most of the year due to an arm injury. He was leading the nation in hits prior to his injury. Good played the first 21 games of the campaign and returned to see action in four in May. He batted .354 in 96 at-bats with five doubles, a triple, two home runs and nine RBIs. He scored 25 runs and stole eight bases, and also reached base at a .422 clip and slugged .490. Good recorded 11 multi-hit contests, including five three-hit games. He was named Southland Conference Hitter of the Week after batting .591 (13-for-22) with 12 runs scored, two doubles, a triple, one RBI and three stolen bases in five games. He also slugged .773 and reached base at a .654 clip during the week. He had a season-long 10-game hitting streak (2/19-3/4) where he saw his batting average rise 153 points to .510. During the streak he hit .548 with 16 runs scored, two doubles, a triple, one homer, five RBIs and stole four bases. Good also slugged .714 and reached base at a .596 clip in those 10 games. Daniel Rockett – OF, R/R, 6-2, 200, Sr. Rockett gained honorable mention All-Southland honors for his performance in center field last season. He played and started in 53 of UTSA’s 54 games. He batted .266 with 30 runs scored, eight doubles, two triples, five round-trippers and 40 RBIs. Rockett ranked second on team with 13 stolen bases. He posted a team-high nine outfield assists and led team with 18 multi-hit contests and recorded nine multi-RBI games. He went 3-for-7 with a two-run homer, basesclearing double, a game-winning single in the 13th inning and six RBIs to lift UTSA past Houston Baptist (2/21). He posted his first career multi-home run game after going 2-for-4 with a pair of solo bombs at Central Arkansas (4/29).

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THIRD SEASON MENLO COLLEGE, 1998 FERNDALE, CALIF.

Reggie Christiansen, the 2012 Western Athletic Conference coach of the year, is in his third season as head coach at Sacramento State. He took over the reigns of the program after spending the 2009 and 2010 seasons as the associate head coach. In 2012 Christiansen guided the Hornets to one of the most successful seasons in program history. The Hornets won the WAC regular-season championship for the first time since joining the league in 1993 as Sacramento State was one of just two teams (Cornell, Ivy League) in the nation to go from last place in its respective conference in 2011 to first place in 2012. Christiansen led the Hornets to their first-ever WAC Tournament title game as well in 2012 but lost in 13 innings to Fresno State. In four games at the WAC Tournament, Sacramento State tallied 60 hits and scored 32 runs. En route to its first 30-win season since 2003, Sacramento State used Christiansen’s defense-first philosphy to climb to the top of the WAC. The Hornets tallied a school record .979 fielding percentage, which led the conference and ranked No. 5 in the NCAA. The Hornets also shined at the plate last season, ranking No. 21 in the nation in doubles (122) and No. 30 in team batting average (.298). The team’s success was followed by individual awards. Junior second baseman Andrew Ayers was named WAC MVP while outfielder Rhys Hoskins was a unanimous freshman All-American, the first in program history. In all, the Hornets earned three first team all-WAC selections and three more second team choices. Christiansen will have easily his most experienced team in 2013. Of the 59 games the Hornets played last year, Sacramento State returns the starting pitcher from all but one of them this season. The Hornets also lose just two regular position starters off last year’s team - catcher Derrick Chung and first baseman Trevor Paine. Chung, along with closer R.J. Davis, were selected in the MLB draft by the Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays, respectively. Paine will still be with the Hornets in 2012, but as a member of the coaching staff.

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In 2011, his first as the Hornets’ head coach, Christiansen’s squad tallied 19 wins, including six WAC victories. The defensive-minded manager led the Hornets to a .969 fielding percentage - then the second-best mark in program history. Chung was named second team all-WAC after leading the Hornets with 18 doubles and a .406 on-base percentage while center fielder Kirby Young signed a free agent contract with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim following the season. Before coming to Sacramento State to become an assistant for long-time head coach John Smith, Christiansen spent the previous four seasons (2005-08) as the head coach at South Dakota State. He served as the team’s hitting instructor, recruiting coordinator and third base coach. Christiansen was given the task of guiding the Jackrabbits’ baseball program to Div. I as he took over at the beginning of their reclassification period. Christiansen posted a 96-113 record at South Dakota State, turning a 12-win team in Div. II a year previous to his hire into a team that won the Div. I Independent Tournament in 2007, posting a 34-19 record. Under Christiansen, the 2007 Jackrabbits reshaped the SDSU record books. The squad set records for runs scored (395), hits (573), doubles (99), total bases (891), runs batted in (357) and at bats (1,824). In addition, the 2007 team fielded .962, just one percentage point off the school mark. Christiansen earned Div. I Independent Coach of the Year honors following that season. SDSU earned national notoriety under Christiansen for playing Kansas in a three-game series in the Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minn. Due to inclement weather at both locales, the teams finally found a safe haven indoors, but due to scheduling conflicts at the Metrodome, the SDSU and Kansas played a 1:30 a.m. doubleheader followed by a 3:30 p.m. game the next day.

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Prior to his arrival at South Dakota State, Christiansen was an assistant at 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, Jayhawks hitters led the Big 12 with a .316 team batting average, the fourth highest in program history, while setting a school record with 697 hits. Kansas also shattered the school home run record during the Christiansen era. Christiansen’s first collegiate head coaching job came in 2002 at 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 in his hometown as the head coach 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. Nine players during his head coaching career have been drafted, including one, Travis Metcalf, that has seen action in the major leagues. SDSU’s Jake Rogers was selected in the 22nd round of the 2007 MLB draft by the Washington Nationals, while SDSU’ Craig Parry, now the Hornets’ volunteer assistant coach, was selected in the 50th round of the 2008 draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 2012, Davis was a 20th round choice while Chung went in the 31st round. 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 sons, Ryan and Reese, and a daughter, Ava.

CHRISTIANSEN’S COACHING RECORDS Head Coaching Records Career Record: Record at Sacramento State: WAC Record: John Smith Field Record:

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Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record Menlo College (2002) South Dakota State (2005) South Dakota State (2006) South Dakota State (2007) South Dakota State (2008) Sacramento State (2011) Sacramento State (2012)

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THIRD SEASON BETHANY COLLEGE, 2005 PLACERVILLE, CALIF.

Jake McKinley is in his third season with the Sacramento State baseball program. This year McKinley will work with the pitching staff. Before becoming an assistant coach with the Hornets, McKinley served as the director of baseball operations for the 2011 season. McKinley began his coaching career at his alma mater, Bethany College (Santa Cruz, Calif.), before moving to Campbellsville (Ky.) University and West Valley College (Saratoga, Calif.). At Bethany, McKinley served as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator, where he developed All-American pitcher Mark Koski, who led the nation in wins in 2007. At Campbellsville, McKinley worked with pitchers, hitters and outfielders as he helped the Tigers to the 2009 NAIA World Series for the first time in school history. The Tigers also claimed the Mid-South Conference championship for the second straight season that year as nine players earned all-conference honors and two claimed All-America recognition. As recruiting coordinator at Campbellsville, McKinley used his West Coast contacts to stock the Kentucky school’s 24-man roster with 18 players from either California, Oregon or Arizona. McKinley served as the pitching coach at West Valley College in 2010, when his staff led the state in shutouts and the team posted a 24-15 record. As a player, McKinley enjoyed a standout career at Bethany and Cabrillo Junior College. While at Cabrillo, McKinley finished his lone year with all-Coast Conference honors and was named pitcher of the year after leading his team in wins, ERA, appearances and strikeouts. McKinley continued the trend at Bethany as he was twice named pitcher of the year and once named most valuable player. A two-way player, McKinley is third all-time in career home runs, and still holds most of the Bethany pitching records for a career and single season, including most strikeouts in a career, averaging almost nine strikeouts per nine innings. He earned his master’s degree in 2009 while coaching at Campbellsville.

FIRST SEASON ORAL ROBERTS, 2001 SACRAMENTO, CALIF.

Steve Holm is in his first season as an assistant coach at Sacramento State. Holm will serve as the team’s hitting coach while assisting with pitchers, catchers and baserunning. Holm, a Sacramento native and McClatchy HS graduate, appeared in 59 games over three seasons with the San Francisco Giants (2008-09) and Minnesota Twins (2011). Holm played in 646 minor league games during his 12-year career, with 51 home runs, 103 doubles, 241 runs and 229 RBIs. He played collegiately at Oral Roberts before being drafted in the 17th round by the Giants in 2001. He was a second team All-American as a junior in 2000, when he finished seventh in the NCAA with a .437 batting average, which is still a school record. His .371 career batting average is the third best mark in ORU history. Holm was a shortstop in high school and college before being moved to catcher in the minors. He is engaged to be married to his fiancé, Lindsey, on June 22.

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FIRST SEASON SOUTH DAKOTA STATE, 2008 COLSTRIP, MONT.

Craig Parry is in his first season with the Hornets in 2013 and will serve as the team’s volunteer assistant coach. Perry saw time at catcher and in the outfield under head coach Reggie Christiansen when the current Hornets’ head man coached at South Dakota State from 2005-08. Perry was a standout with the Jackrabbits and was taken in the 50th round of the 2008 MLB draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. He spent two seasons in minor league baseball. As a senior at South Dakota State in 2008, Parry started all 49 games and hit .338 in 195 at-bats with 42 runs, 47 RBIs, 20 doubles, five triples and 10 home runs. He started 46 games as a junior and hit .329 with 32 RBIs, 14 doubles, three triples and seven home runs. Before playing at South Dakota State, Parry attended Miles City (Mont.) Community college after graduating from Colstrip HS in Colstrip, Mont.

FIRST SEASON SACRAMENTO STATE ROCKLIN, CALIF.

Trevor Paine is in his first season on the coaching staff at Sacramento State and will serve as the director of baseball operations. The former Hornet played his final season in green and gold in 2012, when he was a second team all-Western Athletic Conference and academic all-WAC selection. He hit .308 in 182 at-bats overall on the season with 23 runs, 13 doubles, three home runs and 32 RBIs. Due to injury, Paine made a successful move from pitcher to hitter in 2010, prior to his junior season, after missing most of his 2009 season with an elbow injury. The transition was a smooth one, as Paine hit a team-best .381 on the season with a team-high 10 home runs, 107 total bases and 44 RBIs. He also posted 30 runs and struck out just 13 times while drawing 20 walks in 176 at-bats. Paine tallied three four-RBI games in 2010, all against WAC opponents. Paine is a 2007 graduate of Jesuit HS and was MVP of the Delta River League following his senior season. He went 3-2 with a 1.06 ERA that year while hitting .430 with three home runs and 18 RBIs.

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5-11 | 200 | SENIOR | INFIELDER | R/R EUREKA, CALIF. (ST. BERNARD’S HS)

AS A JUNIOR (2012) • WAC Player of the Year • Second team all-West Region • First team all-WAC The first player in program history to earn all-region honors and first to be selected conference MVP after batting .427 in WAC play and leading the league with 32 hits, 18 RBIs and a .627 slugging percentage in 18 league games......also a first team all-conference honoree...was second in the WAC with seven doubles in conference contests...overall on the season, hit .336 with 36 runs, 16 doubles, two triples, three home runs and 31 RBIs...his .468 slugging percentage was the second highest on the team among regular starters while his .397 on-base percentage was third best...appeared in 58 games and tied for the team-lead with 57 starts... played mostly at second base, where he made 47 starts...batted in every spot in the lineup except fourth...had at least one hit in 19 of the 21 games...improved his batting average from .279 to .336 in that span...went 4-for-5 with a run, three RBIs, a double and a triple against Hawai’i on May 12...had 22 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games...had the third longest hitting streak (11) and fourth longest on-base streak (13) on the team. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) • Academic all-WAC Hit .249 in 56 games and 55 starts...made 28 starts in right field, 24 at second and three in center...tallied 25 runs, 13 doubles, two home runs and 21 RBIs in 201 at-bats...recorded a .317 on-base percentage...fourth on the team with 12 multi-hit games and sixth with four multi-RBI games...best game of the season came on March 18 at Cal State Northridge where he went 4-for-4 with two runs, two RBIs and a walk, a double and a home run...had back-to-back two hit games at New Mexico to open the series. AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Played in 45 games while making 38 starts, primarily at second base and third base...hit .274 with 26 runs and 24 RBIs...had 40 hits in 146 at-bats...had one home run, one triple and eight doubles...struck out 29 times while taking 13 walks...had at least one RBI and 11 total in a six game stretch against San Francisco State, San Francisco, Pacific and three games of a a four-game stand against Hawai’i (April 6-17)...lone home run and triple on the season came in that span... season-best four RBIs against Hawai’i on April 16...season-high three hits in four games. 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 three-hitter 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 Parents are Phil and Jani Ayers...high school teammate of current Hornet David Del Grande...majoring in mathematics. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

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H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A

E FLD%

.274 45 38 146 26 40 8 1 1 24 53 .363 13 7 29 4 .359 1 1 5 7 48 61 6 .948 .249 56 55 201 25 50 13 0 2 21 69 .343 16 6 32 5 .317 4 1 1 1 111 80 1 .995 .336 58 57 220 36 74 16 2 3 31 103 .468 17 7 27 3 .397 3 3 3 5 115 160 4 .986 .289 159 150 567 87 164 37 3 6 76 225 .397 46 20 88 12 .359 8 5 9 13 274 301 11 .981

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6-3 | 165 | FRESHMAN | RHP | R/R FULLERTON, CALIF. (TROY HS)

HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for three seasons at Troy HS for head coach Dane Ilertsen...earned first team all-CIF Southern Section recognition following his junior season in 2011...named first team all-Freeway League as a junioir and senior...went 6-2 as a senior with a 2.39 ERA plus 67 strikeouts and 13 walks in 63 innings...posted a 9-2 record as a starter as a junior with a 2.29 ERA, 76 strikeouts and just 13 walks...also played for the OC Waves of the Orange County Collegiate League, where he was named an all-star in 2012. PERSONAL Parents are Chuck and Lisa Blumer...major is business administration.

5-11 | 165 | SOPHOMORE | IF | R/R LA QUINTA, CALIF. (PALM DESERT HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) One of the top defensive middle infielders in the Western Athletic Conference in his first season with the Hornets...made just nine errors while recording 148 assists and 80 putouts...started 50 of the 51 games he played in, all at short...hit .231 on the season with nine doubles, 22 runs and 16 RBIs in 156 at-bats...drew 18 walks while striking out 26 times...led the team with 10 sacrifices...a perfect 3-for-3 on stolen base attempts...had a season-best two hits in seven different games... went 1-for-2 against Nevada in the first game of the WAC Tournament before fouling a ball off his chest and neck, missing the remaining three games...best game of the season was on April 11 against UC Davis, when he went 2-for-3 with three runs, one RBI, two doubles and a walk. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year starter for head coach Darol Salazar at Palm Desert HS...the Aztecs went 28-5 in his final season and he was named MVP of the CIF Southern Section championship game after helping Palm Desert defeat Torrance, 9-0...hit .371 in a team-high 116 at-bats with 30 runs, 29 RBIs, nine doubles and five home runs as a senior in 2010-11...all-CIF selection as a junior and senior and also named all-Desert Valley League as a sophomore, junior and senior...set the Palm Desert HS career and single season hits records...selected the top defensive shortstop in the Southland by the Los Angeles Times prior to his senior season. PERSONAL Parents are Tim and Mimi Burcham...major is undeclared. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2012 .231 51 50 156 22 36 9 0 0 16 45 .288 18 3 26 4 .318 2 10 3 3 80 148 9 .962 25

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6-3 | 190 | SENIOR | 1B | L/L FOWLER, CALIF. (FOWLER HS/FRESNO STATE/FRESNO CITY JC)

AS A SENIOR (2013) Underwent season-ending surgery prior to the season...will receive a medical hardship and redshirt the year. AS A JUNIOR (2012) • Preseason all-WAC Appeared in 51 games while making 45 starts, split between first base (23) and designated hitter (22)...hit .304 with four doubles, two home runs, 18 runs and 26 RBIs in 184 at-bats...posted a .359 slugging percentage and a .325 on-base percentage...slotted mostly at fifth (12) and sixth (16) in the lineup...made just one error while recording 191 putouts for a .995 fielding percentage...posted a season-high three RBIs in the Hornets’ WAC Tournament semifinal win over Fresno State, when he went 3-for-5 with a run and a double. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Hit .358 in a team-high 148 at-bats while starting all 37 games and posting 32 runs, 19 RBIs and 14 doubles in his sophomore season at Fresno City JC...played for Fresno State before transferring to Fresno City JC and hit .444 in 18 at-bats over 20 games as a freshman with the Bulldogs in 2010. HIGH SCHOOL Was drafted in the 46th round of the 2009 MLB draft by the Seattle Mariners after graduating from Fowler HS...named first team all-Valley League as a junior and was a 2009 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American...named Cal-Hi Sports Div.-5 State Player of the Year and West Sequoia League MVP after his junior season in 2008...helped Fowler HS to Valley League championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008...won state titles in 2007 and 2008. PERSONAL Parents are Eric and Susan Cederquist...played with the Milwaukee Brewers Area Code Team...major is communications studies. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2012 .304 51 45 184 18 56 4 0 2 26 66 .359 5 3 20 6 .325 5 0 0 0 191 23 1 .995

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6-3 | 200 | JUNIOR | RHP | R/R REDDING, CALIF. (SHASTA HS)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012) • Second team all-WAC • WAC all-Tournament team Posted a 3-1 record and 3.06 ERA in 35.1 innings over six appearances in conference play, helping him earn second team all-WAC honors...emerged as the Hornets’ No. 1 starter in league play...recorded 32 strikeouts and just 10 walks in WAC games...named to the WAC all-Tournament team after tossing 12.2 innings with eight strikeouts over two starts...tallied a 4-1 record overall with a 4.40 ERA in 57.1 innings pitched...accumulated 46 strikeouts and 21 walks...made 15 total appearances in his second season with eight starts, the fourth most on the team...opposing batters hit .261 against him, the best among starting pitchers on the roster...over a four-game stretch in conference play (vs. Nevada, at San Jose State, at Fresno State, vs. Hawai’i) he allowed just five runs in 29 innings for a 1.55 ERA...recorded 26 strikeouts versus seven walks in that four-game stretch, including an eight strikeout, no walk performance in a 2-0 win over Nevada. AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Posted a 4.97 ERA and 2-5 record in 10 appearances and nine starts...allowed 33 runs (30 earned) with 33 strikeouts and 23 walks in 54.1 innings pitched... limited opponents to a team-best .233 batting average...tossed one complete game...threw a two-hit complete game at Seattle on April 2, allowing just one run with seven strikeouts and six walks...earned first win of the season on Feb. 21 at UC Davis after giving up just one run and three hits in five innings with one strikeout and one walk. HIGH SCHOOL Selected in the 18th round of the 2010 MLB draft by the Boston Red Sox...played four years of varsity baseball for head coach Jim Morley at Shasta HS of the Eastern Athletic League...named all-league as a pitcher in 2008 and 2009 before earning league MVP honors as a senior in 2010...broke the EAL record with 113 strikeouts in his senior season while recording a 0.51 ERA and issuing just 13 walks. PERSONAL Parents are Mike and Stacy Chadwick...has three younger sisters - Sydney, Mckenna and Miley...major is communications studies. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App 2011 4.97 2 5 10 2012 4.40 4 1 15 TOTAL 4.67 6 6 25

GS CG SHO 9 1 0 8 1 0 17 2 0

CBO 0 1 1

SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B 0 54.1 44 33 30 23 33 9 2 0 57.1 57 35 28 21 46 12 0 0 111.2 101 68 58 44 79 21 2

HR 2 3 5

BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 234 .233 5 13 4 3 6 249 .261 8 5 0 1 4 483 .248 13 18 4 4 10

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5-9 | 180 | SENIOR | RHP | R/R SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (ROSEMONT HS)

AS A JUNIOR (2012) Made 24 relief appearances, the third most on the team...posted a 4.66 ERA in 36.2 innings with 26 strikeouts and 16 walks...did not allow an earned run in 14 appearances, including seven straight from April 11 versus UC Davis to May 5 at Fresno State...allowed just four earned runs over 19.1 innings in his last 12 appearances of the season for a 1.88 ERA...lowered season ERA from 7.79 to 4.66 in that two month stretch. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) Made a team-high 21 appearances with 50 innings pitched, the most of any reliever on the squad...posted a 5.76 ERA and a 2-2 record...allowed 34 runs (32 earned) on 59 hits with 29 strikeouts and 19 walks...was dominant in the middle of the season as he allowed just three earned runs over 16.1 innings in seven games from March 27 against Utah Valley to April 25 against Saint Mary’s...pitched season-high four innings on four occassions. AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Made 13 appearances as a freshman, including three starts...recorded a 5.86 ERA while pitching 27.2 innings...struck out 14 while walking 12 batters...allowed four doubles and seven home runs...best outing of the season was his first career start where he went eight scoreless innings against UC Santa Barbara on April 3, allowing just one hit while striking out five as part of a combined shutout. 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 Mother is Diana Stoliker...major is economics. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App 2010 5.86 3 0 13 2011 5.76 2 2 21 2012 4.66 1 0 24 TOTAL 5.43 6 2 58

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CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CBO 1 0 0 1

SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B 0 27.2 28 19 18 12 14 4 0 2 50.0 59 34 32 19 29 12 0 2 36.2 40 22 19 16 26 10 1 4 114.1 127 75 69 47 69 26 1

HR BF B/Avg WP 7 123 .267 2 4 222 .314 3 2 164 .290 3 13 509 .295 8

HBP BK SFA SHA 4 2 1 1 7 1 4 4 3 0 4 3 14 3 9 8

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5-10 | 175 | JUNIOR | UTIL | R/R EUREKA, CALIF. (ST. BERNARD’S HS)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012) • WAC all-Tournament team • Academic all-WAC Appeared in 55 games while making 44 starts, all coming in right field...hit .271 with 19 runs, eight doubles and 23 RBIs overall during the season...named to the all-WAC Tournament team after hitting .353 with four runs, two doubles and four RBIs in four tournament games...hit second in the lineup 14 times and seventh 16 times...had 10 hits, four runs, three RBIs, two stolen bases and four doubles in a five-game series against Dartmouth, including a season-best 4-for-4 performance in the finale on March 19. AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2011) • Academic all-WAC Hit .260 on the year, good for No. 2 on the team...played in 54 games while making 50 starts, primarily at first base (30 starts) and second base (14 starts)... tallied just nine errors and a .975 fielding percentage while recording 296 putouts...had 52 hits in exactly 200 at-bats...posted a season-high nine-game hit streak including both non-conference and conference games, and tallied an eight game hitting streak, all during conference play...had 10 multi-hit games in 17 contests during his two hit streaks...had 15 total multi-hit games. AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Redshirted the season. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of St. Bernard’s HS in Eureka, Calif...was a four year letterwinner for his father, Dale Del Grande, and the Crusaders...co-MVP of the Humboldt Del Norte League as a senior...led his team to three straight CIF North Coast Section titles...reached base all five times in the section title game against Tomales High as a senior...was also a standout on the hardwood, leading the Crusaders to the section title as a senior. PERSONAL Parents are Dale and Shanna Del Grande...high school teammate of current Hornet Andrew Ayers...was valedictorian of his high school class...major is history. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2011 .260 54 50 200 16 52 6 0 3 13 67 .335 10 4 30 6 .308 0 0 6 6 296 59 9 .975 2012 .271 55 44 166 19 45 8 0 0 23 53 .319 12 16 30 4 .371 3 2 3 5 115 3 2 .983 TOTAL .265 109 94 366 35 97 14 0 3 36 120 .328 22 20 60 10 .338 3 2 9 11 411 62 11 .977

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6-4 | 225 | FRESHMAN | RHP | R/R PLACERVILLE, CALIF. (EL DORADO HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Underwent season-ending surgery prior to the season...will receive a medical hardship and redshirt the year. HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for head coach Rusty McDonald at El Dorado HS...named Sierra Valley Conference MVP after posting a 9-1 record with a 0.95 ERA in 11 starts with nine complete games, five shutouts and four saves...tallied 126 strikeouts while allowing just 14 walks and 10 earned runs in 74 innings pitched...selected to Cal-Hi’s Medium School all-state team...taken in the 39th round by the Colorado Rockies in the 2012 MLB draft...led the Sac-Joaquin Section with nine home runs as he hit a whopping .516 in 95 at-bats with 11 doubles and two triples...earned all-SVC honors after his junior year when he went 4-2 with a 2.23 ERA in six starts, including three complete games and two shutouts...tossed 56 strikeouts in 44 innings as a junior....helped EL Dorado to section titles in 2010 and 2012. PERSONAL Parents are Brad and Cheri Dillon...major is undeclared.

6-4 | 225 | FRESHMAN | LHP | R/L EL DORADO HILLS, CALIF. (OAK RIDGE HS)

HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for four seasons under head coach Todd Melton at Oak Ridge HS...named all-Delta River League following his senior season when he went 5-3 in six starts with a 3.73 ERA, two complete games and one shutout...tallied 56 strikeouts in 45 innings pitched...also hit .283 in 46 at-bats as a senior with 15 runs, 14 RBIs, four doubles, two triples and one home run...posted a 2-1 record in four starts as a junior with a 4.79 ERA and 26 strikeouts. PERSONAL Parents are Dave and Gabrielle Fitchett...major is undeclared...would like to become a firefighter after his baseball career.

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5-8 | 160 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN | C | R/R AIEA, HAWAII (MID-PACIFIC INSTITUTE)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Redshirted the season. HIGH SCHOOL Helped his team to a 20-5 record and No. 3 state ranking according to Maxpreps.com during in his senior season at the Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu...a career catcher, he played behind the plate all four seasons for head coach Dunn Muramaru...named first-team all-Interscholastic League of Honolulu and first team all-state at catcher in his senior season...hit .320 with 18 RBIs and three home runs in his junior season. PERSONAL Parents are Stephen and Carole Fujinaka...major is business...plans to take over his father’s dental practice after baseball.

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6-3 | 210 | JUNIOR | RHP | R/R ELK GROVE, CALIF. (FRANKLIN HS)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012) • Academic all-WAC Appeared in 20 games with nine starts...compiled a 3-4 record with a 5.54 ERA in 65 innings pitched...tallied 28 strikeouts...tossed a complete game in a 6-2 win at Utah on March 21...allowed two runs on just three hits in nine innings with five strikeouts and four walks while throwing 129 pitches against the Utes...used primarily as a long reliever in the second half of the season and shined in the role...allowed 10 runs in 11 relief appearances (20 innings) with a 4.50 ERA...held the opposition scoreless in seven of his 11 relief appearances. AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Made 10 appearances and four starts in his rookie season...posted a 10.89 ERA with 25 runs in 20.2 innings pitched with 14 strikeouts and 17 walks...best success came as a reliever early in the season...allowed just one hit and no runs in three innings with three strikeouts and one walk on March 2 at Pacific...followed that outing by giving up just one run and one hit in 2.1 innings with two strikeouts and two walks on March 17 against Minnesota. HIGH SCHOOL Drafted in the 48th round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Colorado Rockies...saw time at both third base and pitcher for head coach Mike Cody at Franklin HS... named first team all-Delta Valley League in 2008 and 2010...threw a no-hitter vs. Davis HS in 2010...hit .360 with four home runs, three triples and seven doubles in his senior season...named all-city and all-metro following his senior season. PERSONAL Parents are Derrick and Kathy Greenwood...major is communications studies. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App 2011 10.89 0 3 10 2012 5.54 3 4 20 TOTAL 6.83 3 7 30

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GS CG SHO 4 0 0 9 1 0 13 1 0

CBO 0 1 1

SV IP 0 20.2 0 65.0 0 85.2

H R ER BB SO 2B 3B 34 25 25 17 14 7 1 71 46 40 33 28 13 2 105 71 65 50 42 20 3

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BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 115 .378 3 3 4 4 1 295 .293 8 9 0 8 3 410 .316 11 12 4 12 4

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6-5 | 200 | JUNIOR | 1B | R/R ROCKLIN, CALIF. (ROCKLIN HS)

AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2012) Made the switch from pitcher to fielder for the Hornets in 2012...had one hit in five at-bats over three games...his one hit of the season came at San Francisco, when he was the designated hitter and had three at-bats...tallied a RBI against New Mexico State. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) Redshirted the season. AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Made 12 appearances, including two starts...struck out 14 while also walking 14 batters...pitched 19.2 innings with a 9.15 ERA...best outing was two innings against Cal on May 4 where he gave up just one hit while striking out two. 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 RBIs and collecting 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 Parents are Jay and Teri Hampton...owns a black belt in Taekwondo...major is communication studies. CAREER HITTING STATS Year Avg GP GS AB 2010 .000 0 0 0 2012 .200 3 0 5 TOTAL .200 3 0 5

R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .200 0 0 1 0 .200 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .200 0 0 1 0 .200 0 0 0 0 0

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E FLD% 2 .600 0 .000 2 .600

CAREER PITCHING STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2010 9.15 0 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 19.2 36 27 20 14 14 6 0 4 109 .400 6 3 0 1 1

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6-4 | 200 | JUNIOR | OF | L/R SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (JESUIT HS)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012) • First team all-WAC • Academic all-WAC Hit .292 with 16 runs, seven doubles, three triples, three home runs and 15 RBIs in 18 conference games en route to first team all-conference...batted .274 in 197 at-bats overall on the season with 39 runs, 12 doubles, a team-high five triples, four home runs and 26 RBIs...appeared in 53 games, making 47 starts...all 47 starts were in center field...hit leadoff a team-high 32 times...posted a 20-game on-base streak, the second longest on the team, from March 31 to May 6... recorded 24 hits and 14 walks in that 20-game stretch...went a season-best 4-for-5 with a run, two RBIs and two doubles at Utah Valley on March 22...tallied 136 putouts, the most of any non-catcher or first baseman... AS A FRESHMAN (2011) • Academic all-WAC Hit .237 in 35 games and 31 starts...made 22 starts at designated hitter, seven in left and two in center...tallied three doubles, one triple and two home runs in 97 at-bats...went 3-for-3 on stolen base attempts...best game of the season came on April 2 at Seattle where he went 2-for-5 with two runs and a season-high four RBIs with a double and a home run...posted four multi-hit games. HIGH SCHOOL Played four years of baseball for head coach Joe Potulny and the Marauders at Jesuit HS of the Delta River League...first team all-Metro and all-Delta River League in 2010...helped Jesuit win Delta River League championships in 2009 and 2010...Jesuit won the Sac-Joaquin Section Championship in 2009 as well...hit .365 with 37 RBIs, 33 runs and six home runs in his senior season...named Jesuit’s 2010 Outstanding Scholar-Athlete. PERSONAL Parents are Dan and Tracy Higley...cousin, J.R., is an outfielder in the Nationals organization...major is criminal justice...would like to become a police officer. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A 2011 .237 35 31 97 15 23 3 1 2 12 34 .351 11 0 46 1 .315 0 0 3 3 21 1 2012 .274 53 47 197 39 54 12 5 4 26 88 .447 27 1 61 4 .364 0 0 5 5 136 2 TOTAL .262 88 78 294 54 77 15 6 6 38 122 .415 38 1 107 5 .348 0 0 8 8 157 3

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5-9 | 160 | SENIOR | LHP | L/L MINDEN, NEV. (DOUGLAS HS/FEATHER RIVER JC)

AS A JUNIOR (2012) Shattered the school record for appearances (27) by making 31 in his first season with the Hornets...tallied a 4.50 ERA in 34 innings pitched with 16 walks and 35 strikeouts..did not surrender a home run all season...opposing batters hit just .252 against him, the second lowest on the team...pitched a season-high three innings in two games...did not allow a run over six innings in six appearances from March 31 to April 20...also allowed just three runs in 9.2 innings over his final seven appearances...struck out three batters in 1.1 perfect innings in his season-debut against Saint Mary’s on Feb. 20...tossed three hitless innings over three appearances in the Hornets’ four-game series with New Mexico State...notched two strikeouts in two perfect innings at San Jose State on April 28...an academic all-WAC selection. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Attended College of Southern Nevada in the fall of 2009 before transferring to Feather River JC to play baseball in 2010 and 2011...played two seasons under head coach Terry Baumgardner at Feather River where he helped the Golden Eagles to back-to-back conference championships...a first team all-Golden Valley Conference selection in 2010 and a preseason All-American in 2011...posted a 2-0 record in eight starts and nine appearances as a sophomore with a 4.02 ERA and 26 strikeouts in 40.1 innings...tallied a 1.66 ERA and 5-2 record in eight starts and 12 appearances as a freshman at Feather River with 22 strikeouts in 43.1 innings pitched. HIGH SCHOOL Played three years of varsity baseball for head coach John Glover at Douglas HS in Minden, Nev...a first team all-Sierra League, first team all-Northern Nevada and second team all-state selection following his senior season in 2009...helped the Tigers to Sierra League championships in 2007 and 2009...threw a no-hitter versus North Valley HS in 2008. PERSONAL Parents are Kevin and Brenda Hoelzen...major is communications studies...would like to work in advertising. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2012 4.50 3 2 31 0 0 0 2 0 34.0 32 21 17 16 35 7 0 0 154 .252 6 5 0 0 6

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6-4 | 225 | SOPHOMORE | UTIL | R/R SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (JESUIT HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) • First team freshman All-American (National Collegiate Baseball Writers) * First team freshman All-American (Baseball America) * Louisville Slugger freshman All-American (Collegiate Baseball Newspaper) * Second team freshman All-American (Perfect Game) • WAC Freshman of the Year • Second team all-WAC • Academic all-WAC The first consensus freshman All-American in program history after leading the team with a .353 batting average, 10 home runs, 44 runs and 53 RBIs...ranked second in the WAC in batting average, second in slugging (.567), third in RBIs, third in home runs, sixth in runs, sixth in doubles (16) and first in total bases (122)... batted .333 with five runs, two doubles and four RBIs in four WAC Tournament games...hit grand slams at Pacific on Feb. 28 and against Dartmouth on March 15, tallying five RBIs in each game...posted the only two multi-homer games for the Hornets in 2012, hitting a grand slam and a solo home run at Pacific on Feb. 28 and a two-run bomb followed by a solo home run at Louisiana Tech on April 8...posted a team-best 16-game hitting streak from March 17 to April 11...also had a team-high on-base streak, getting on board in 27 straight games from March 17 to April 29...led the team with 14 multi-RBI games (seven games with two RBIs, four with three, one with four and two with five)...tied with Andrew Ayers for second with 22 multi-hit games...made 37 of his 56 total starts in left field, the first time he played outfield in his career...also started five games at third base and 14 at designated hitter...hit fourth in the line-up a team-high 29 times...also hit fifth a team-high 18 times. HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for four seasons under head coach Joe Potulny at Jesuit HS...named first team all-Delta River League as a junior and second team following his senior season...hit .441 his junior season and .304 with 17 runs, 22 RBIs, two doubles and three home runs as a senior...led the Marauders to a 25-9 record as a senior in 2011...helped Jesuit to a CIF Sac-Joaquin Section title as a sophomore in 2009 as a starting first baseman...played club baseball for two seasons with the El Dorado Hills Vipers and head coach Dan Bozzi...also played football and basketball at Jesuit. PERSONAL Father is Paul Hoskins...major is business administration. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2012 .353 56 56 215 44 76 16 0 10 53 122 .567 20 3 46 4 .411 3 0 1 4 58 10 5 .932

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6-3 | 210 | JUNIOR | C/OF | R/R ANAHEIM, CALIF. (ORANGE LUTHERAN HS/ORANGE COAST JC)

PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Orange Coast College...appeared in 30 of OCC’s 43 games as a sophomore...hit .220 in his freshman season. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Orange Lutheran HS in 2010 after playing varsity baseball all four seasons...helped the Lancers to Trinity League titles in 2008 and 2010...a first team all-league selection at catcher following his senior season...also played football as a linebacker and long snapper. PERSONAL Parents are Guy and Amy Hugaert...major is communication studies.

6-4 | 195 | SOPHOMORE | RHP | R/R RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CALIF. (TRABUCO HILLS HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Appeared in 13 games while making one start in his first season with the Hornets...tallied a 5.40 ERA in 21.2 innings pitched with 11 walks and 13 strikeouts... allowed a run in just three of his 13 appearances...gave up just seven runs in 16.1 innings (3.91 ERA) over his last 10 appearances...tossed two scoreless innings against Fresno State in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament on May 25...recorded four straight scoreless appearances (5.1 innings) from March 9 to March 24...allowed six runs in his first career start on Feb. 28 at Pacific but posted a 3.31 ERA as a reliever in 12 appearances. HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for four seasons under head coach Michael Burns at Trabuco Hills HS...posted a 1.22 ERA in a team-high 63.1 innings over 16 appearances as a senior with 48 strikeouts and just 10 walks...had a 4.23 ERA in 43 innings as a junior with 18 strikeouts...named first team all-Sea View League as a senior in 2011 and a second team selection following his junior season...helped lead the Mustangs to the Sea View League title in 2011 after tallying a 10-2 record as a starter and compiling two saves in relief...also played first base and third base at Trabuco Hills. PERSONAL Parents are Kurt and Tina Kraemer...major is undeclared. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2012 5.40 1 1 13 1 0 0 0 0 21.2 26 13 13 11 13 6 0 1 100 .306 2 3 0 1 0

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6-2 | 185 | SOPHOMORE | RHP | R/R IRVINE, CALIF. (WOODBRIDGE HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Named Western Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week on April 9 after tossing a complete game with a season-high eight strikeouts in a 2-1 win at Louisiana Tech...went 7-5 in 17 games while making 15 starts in his first season with the Hornets...tallied a 5.00 ERA after allowing 48 earned runs (60 total) in 86.1 innings...recorded 45 strikeouts while walking 22...tossed two complete games...66.9 percent of his pitches were strikes, the highest mark on the team...also recorded a team-high 124 ground ball outs...earned a win in the WAC Tournament after allowing three runs on three hits in 6.1 innnings in an 8-3 semifinals victory over Fresno State on May 25...an academic all-WAC selection. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year baseball letterwinner under head coach Tim Murray at Woodbridge HS of the Pacific Coast League...named first team all-league, first team all-city, first team all-CIF, co-MVP of the OC Nissan Invitational and selected for the 15th Annual Ryan Lemmon All-Star Showcase following his senior season when he started at both shortstop and pitcher…posted a 1.63 ERA in 43 innings with 30 strikeouts and hit .385 in 104 at-bats with 16 runs, 24 RBIs, two doubles, three triples and one home run in 2011...also a three-year letterwinner in football playing wide receiver, safety and quarterback. PERSONAL Parents are Joe and Perri Leitao...major is undeclared. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2012 5.00 7 5 18 12 2 0 0 0 86.1 104 60 48 22 45 17 0 4 389 .304 1 15 2 3 7

6-0 | 190 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN | UTIL | R/R NEWARK, CALIF. (SERRA HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Redshirted the season. HIGH SCHOOL Played four seasons of varsity baseball for head coach Craig Gianinno..hit .301 with a .440 on-base percentage in his senior season with 15 runs, nine RBIs and five doubles...also played football for two seasons and wrestled as a freshman. PERSONAL Parents are Richard and Dana Lewis...major is undeclared...would like to be a coach or athletic trainer. 38

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6-4 | 190 | FRESHMAN | 1B/OF | R/R FAIR OAKS, CALIF. (BELLA VISTA HS)

HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for three years under head coaches Jerry Crews and Greg Olsen at Bella Vista HS...named Capital Valley League MVP and second team all-state by MaxPreps following his senior year in 2012...helped Bella Vista to league titles as a sophomore, junior and senior...hit .464 as a senior in 84 at-bats with 19 runs, a team-high 22 RBIs, six doubles, one triple and two home runs...struck out just six times while posting a .505 on-base percentage...on the mound, he went 4-1 with a 1.69 ERA in 41 innings with 41 strikeouts...did not make an error as a senior while playing first base and in the outfield...hit .305 in 95 at-bats as a junior with 16 runs, 19 RBIs and five doubles...also pitched his junior season, with a 5-2 record and a 2.09 ERA in 50.1 innings with 35 strikeouts...also played football and basketball...went 16-for-26 with 257 yards and three touchdowns as the starting quarterback on homecoming against Yuba City in his senior season. PERSONAL Parents are Rob and Tracie Locke...major is mechanical engineering.

5-8 | 160 | JUNIOR | IF | R/R LEMOORE, CALIF. (LEMOORE HS/COLLEGE OF THE SEQUOIAS)

PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at the College of the Sequoias for head coach Jody Allen...as a sophomore, he hit .305 in 141 at-bats with 15 runs, 21 RBIs, seven doubles and one triple...made just six errors in 37 games while playing shortstop and second base...hit .275 as a freshman in 102 at-bats with 19 runs, 13 RBIs and nine doubles...made seven errors in 38 games. HIGH SCHOOL Played shortstop for four seasons under head coaches Larry Tiger and Rich Leavens at Lemoore HS...hit .462 in 91 at-bats with 29 runs, 24 RBIs, 12 doubles, four triples and three homes as a senior in 2010...struck out just nine times and posted a .557 on-base percentage...led the team by going a perfect 18-for-18 on stolen base attempts...named first team all-West Yosemite League as a senior in 2010...a second team all-WYL choice as a junior in 2009 and an honorable mention selection as a freshman in 2007...also played football and was the quarterback in his sophomore and junior seasons. PERSONAL Parents are Kevin and Susan Loper...major is economics.

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5-10 | 165 | FRESHMAN | UTIL | L/R ANTELOPE, CALIF. (CENTER HS)

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Center HS in 2012 after playing shortstop for four seasons...named MVP of the Pioneer Valley League following his senior season when he hit .450 with 24 runs, 26 RBIs and four home runs...struck out just three times in 103 at-bats and posted a .553 on-base percentage...on the mound he went 5-0 and ranked second in the Sac-Joaquin section with a 0.62 ERA (among players with at least 27 innings pitched)...tallied 41 strikeouts in 45 innings with just nine walks and four total earned runs...also played soccer for two years at CHS. PERSONAL Parents are Travis and Rebecca Lukes (prnounced LUKE-us)...major is criminal justice...brother, Shea, also plays baseball for the Hornets.

6-3 | 185 | JUNIOR | RHP | R/R ANTELOPE, CALIF. (CENTER HS)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012) Made just five appearances and pitched three total innings after suffering an arm injury early in the season. AS A FRESHMAN (2011) One of the Hornets’ most dependable relievers, recording a 3.24 ERA and 1-0 record in 17 appearances with one start...gave up 15 runs (12 earned) on 27 hits in 33.1 innings pitched with 10 strikeouts...held opponents to a .231 batting average...allowed just one run on three hits with two strikeouts in his lone start of the season against Minnesota...longest outing of the year came at Seattle, where he allowed only one hit in 6.2 scoreless innings of relief with three strikeouts and two walks...nine of his 16 relief appearances were scoreless. HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for head coach Jeff Wise at Center HS of the Capital Valley League...hit .476 with 34 runs and 15 RBIs as a senior in 2009...named all-Capital Valley League after senior season...posted a .458 batting average with 28 runs and seven RBIs as a junior...also a submarine right-handed pitcher. PERSONAL Parents are Travis and Rebecca Lukes (pronounced LUKE-us)....did not play baseball in 2009-10 after graduation from high school...brother, Nathan, also plays baseball for the Hornets...major is criminal justice. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App 2011 3.24 1 0 17 2012 3.00 0 0 5 TOTAL 3.22 1 0 22 40

GS CG SHO 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

CBO 0 0 0

SV IP 0 33.1 0 3.0 0 36.1

H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 27 15 12 16 10 9 1 0 142 .231 4 5 1 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 13 .222 0 0 0 0 1 29 16 13 19 12 9 1 0 155 .230 4 5 1 1 4

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6-2 | 205 | JUNIOR | RHP | R/R LOOMIS, CALIF. (DEL ORO HS/NEVADA)

AS A JUNIOR (2012-13) BASEBALL: Joined the baseball team after football season...is the first football player to also play baseball for the Hornets since Mitch Lively (2004-07), who was a pitcher and punter...Lively is currently pitching in Triple-A for the San Francisco Giants. FOOTBALL: Served as the backup quarterback, holder, and backup longsnapper for the Hornets...completed eight passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE BASEBALL: Did not play baseball at Nevada. FOOTBALL: Played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Nevada…also redshirted in 2009…in 2011, he completed 10-of-11 passes for 109 yards and four touchdowns without an interception…was 4-for-4 for 73 yards and a TD against Boise State…saw action on two games in 2010…had a 31-yard carry against Idaho…also made a tackle while playing on special teams against New Mexico State. HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL: A 2009 graduate of Del Oro HS in Loomis, Calif…lettered in football, basketball and baseball for the Golden Eagles...earned Sacramento Bee all-metro honors as a pitcher following his senior season...posted a 6-3 record in nine starts with five complete games, one shutout and four saves...recorded 90 strikeouts in 63.2 innings…was a two-time all-Sierra Foothills League choice…drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2009 MLB Draft. FOOTBALL: Helped lead Del Oro to three SFL titles in football…as a senior, he earned first team all-SFL honors after throwing for 1,900 yards and rushing for 700…was the MVP of the Under Armour Camp. PERSONAL Parents are Corey and Jenny Magleby...major is communications studies.

6-5 | 240 | FRESHMAN | RHP | R/R SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (RIO AMERICANO HS)

HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for four years under head coach James Wheeler at Rio Americano HS...awarded Capital Athletic League MVP honors following his junior season and named all-CAL as a sophomore...shined in his junior campaign when he went 7-0 with four complete games in 11 starts and tallied 89 strikeouts against 14 walks and just seven total extra base hits in 60.1 innings...recorded 16 strikeouts in a complete game victory over Colfax HS in the 2011 section playoffs...totaled 10+ strikeouts in five of his 11 starts and never allowed more than three earned runs in a game as a junior...went 2-3 his senior season in eight starts and 45 innings with a 2.18 ERA, 59 strikeouts and 29 walks...also was the goalie on the water polo team for three seasons, leading Rio Americano to section titles as both a junior and senior...set the single-season school record with 206 saves in water polo. PERSONAL Parents are Mark and Shannon McLoughlin...major is criminal justice. 41

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6-4 | 205 | JUNIOR | RHP | R/R VISALIA, CALIF. (MT. WHITNEY HS)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012) Appeared in 17 games with a team-high 15 starts...went 6-8 with a 4.74 ERA in a team-high 89.1 innings pitched...tallied 55 strikeouts and 40 walks...named WAC pitcher of the week on April 1 after throwing his second shutout of the season in a 2-0 win at CSU Bakersfield...allowed five hits in nine innings with seven strikeouts and one walk against the Roadrunners...his first shutout came on Feb. 18 against Cal State Northridge in the opening weekend of the season...allowed just five hits in nine innings with two strikeouts and two walks against the Matadors...had a season-high 10 strikeouts while allowing just one run over eight innings at UC Riverside on March 10...was nearly unhittable in the early part of the season, with a 1.45 ERA through his first 31 innings pitched...allowed just one run on two hits in four innings on May 26 in the first of two WAC Tournament title games against Fresno State. AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Posted a 5.73 ERA with a 2-6 record in 14 appearances and 12 starts, the second most on the team...earned his first win of the season after starting the Hornets’ season opener at UC Davis on Feb. 20 when he gave up just three runs on nine hits in six innings in a 4-3 victory...allowed 42 earned runs on 75 hits in 66 innings with 33 strikeouts and 31 walks...best outing of the season came in a 3-0 loss to San Jose State where he did not allow a run on just five hits in eight innings with three strikeouts and two walks...did not allow a single hit or run in six innings of relief coming in two appearances against Cal State Northridge and Saint Mary’s... earned his lone save of the season at Cal State Northridge on March 18. HIGH SCHOOL Played four seasons of baseball for head coaches Dave Holt and Ryan Miller at Mt. Whitney HS of the West Yosemite League...named first team all-WYL as a pitcher in 2010...once struck out 14 batters over five consecutive innings...posted a .372 batting average at the plate while recording a 2.37 ERA with 87 strikeouts in 62 innings pitched...also played football in high school...named WYL offensive player of the year on the gridiron in 2009...set high school records with 5,850 career passing yards and 55 career touchdown passes. PERSONAL Parents are Chris and Lori Mendonca...father played quarterback at Utah and threw for 406 yards against Utah State in 1987, good for 13th on the school’s single-game passing list...major is communication studies. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App 2011 5.73 2 6 14 2012 4.74 6 8 17 TOTAL 5.16 8 14 31

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CBO 0 0 0

SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B 1 66.0 75 43 42 31 33 17 5 0 89.1 93 51 47 40 55 13 0 1 155.1 168 94 89 71 88 30 5

HR 5 3 8

BF B/Avg WP 307 .291 2 400 .274 2 707 .281 4

HBP BK SFA SHA 10 0 2 6 11 0 4 6 21 0 6 12

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5-8 | 150 | SENIOR | IF | L/R SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HS/AMERICAN RIVER JC)

AS A JUNIOR (2012) Appeared in 17 games with four starts in his first season with the Hornets...started one game at second base and three more at designated hitter...hit .143 in 28 at-bats with five runs and two RBIs...went 1-for-1 with two runs scored at Fresno State on May 5 after entering as a pinch-runner. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played under head coach Doug Jumelet for two seasons at American River College...a second team all-Big 8 Conference selection in 2010...hit .333 in 120 at-bats in his sophomore season with five doubles, two home runs, 20 RBIs and four stolen bases...struck out just seven times in 142 total plate appearances...posted 12 multi-hit games. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Christian Brothers HS in 2008 after playing varsity baseball for four seasons under head coach Terrell Lowrey...posted a 5.10 ERA in 35.2 innings pitched with 23 strikeouts in his senior season...at the plate, he hit .207 in just 29 at-bats. PERSONAL Parents are Stephen and Barbara Meyer...major is criminal justice...would like to become a firefighter or paramedic after graduation. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2012 .143 17 4 28 5 4 0 0 0 2 4 .143 1 0 5 1 .172 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 1.000

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6-2 | 170 | SENIOR | RHP | R/R GRANTS PASS, ORE. (GRANTS PASS HS/SHASTA JC)

AS A JUNIOR (2012) Made 12 appearances with six starts...went 0-2 with a 5.58 ERA in 30.2 innings...allowed 19 total runs on 40 hits with 18 strikeouts and 11 walks...tossed seven scoreless innings with seven hits allowed, three strikeouts and two walks in 1-0 win over Dartmouth on March 19...threw three scoreless innings of relief against UNLV on May 20. AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2011) Made two relief appearances, allowing no runs on two hits in three total innings...in the season finale against Louisiana Tech on May 22, he surrendered just one hit in two innings with two strikeouts. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Redshirted the season. 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 Mar. 5...struck out 10 batters over nine innings...selected in the 35th round of the 2009 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 was 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 Parents are Stacy and Betsy Morgan...major is communication studies. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App 2011 0.00 0 0 2 2012 5.58 0 2 12 TOTAL 5.08 0 2 14

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CBO 0 1 1

SV IP 0 3.0 0 30.2 0 33.2

H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 10 .200 0 0 0 0 0 40 20 19 11 18 9 0 3 140 .328 0 6 0 0 1 42 20 19 11 20 10 0 3 150 .318 0 6 0 0 1

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6-0 | 180 | SOPHOMORE | OF | R/R TRACY, CALIF. (TRACY HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Appeared in 43 games as a rookie while making 20 starts, with the most (11) coming in center field...hit .293 with two doubles, two triples, 14 runs and two RBIs in 92 at-bats...posted a .359 slugging percentage and a .323 on-base percentage...started the season on a tear, tallying a hit in seven of his first nine games and posted 13 total hits during that stretch...tallied a season-best three hits in three games, including both the third and fourth games of the season, versus Cal State Northridge and Saint Mary’s, respectively...tallied a hit in his only at-bat in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament, coming in the first championship game against Fresno State on May 26. HIGH SCHOOL Played four varsity seasons for head coach Vic Alkire at Tracy HS...helped lead the Bulldogs to a 20-7 record in his senior season...hit .386 with a .490 on-base percentage in his senior season with 23 runs, 26 RBIs and four home runs...tallied nine stolen bases on 10 attempts as well...named all-San Joaquin Section in each of his four seasons, all-conference as a sophomore, junior and senior and was a Stockton Record all-area selection in both 2009 and 2010. PERSONAL Parents are John and Paula Moses...major is family and consumer sciences. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2012 .293 43 20 92 14 27 2 2 0 2 33 .359 3 1 15 2 .323 0 4 3 5 51 2 0 1.000

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6-5 | 190 | SOPHOMORE | RHP | R/R BANGOR, CALIF. (GIRDLEY HS)

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2012) Appeared in 15 games while making seven starts, the first most of the team...went 2-3 with an 8.44 ERA in 37.1 innings and 28 strikeouts...started both of the Hornets’ midweek games against rival UC Davis...best start of the season came at home against the Aggies on April 11 when he went five innings, allowing just one run on two hits with five strikeouts and one walk...his last six appearances of the season were all in relief and he allowed five runs over 8.1 innings in that stretch (5.55 ERA). AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Redshirted the season. HIGH SCHOOL Played four years of baseball for head coach Dan Crabtree at Gridley HS of the Butte View League...named first team all-conference, first team all-area and first team all-section as a sophomore, junior and senior...threw a three-hit shutout and went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run in his first varsity game as a sophomore... named 2010 Gridley HS Scholar-Athlete of the Year...also played basketball and competed as a jumper in track...posted 39 points and 10 rebounds against Las Plumas as a senior. PERSONAL Parents are Kevin and Leah Nichols...major is communication studies. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2012 8.44 2 3 15 7 0 0 0 0 37.1 47 37 35 31 28 6 0 1 187 .320 7 3 2 3 3

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6-2 | 190 | FRESHMAN | OF | R/R WEST HILLS, CALIF. (EL CAMINO REAL HS)

HIGH SCHOOL Played four seasons of baseball for head coach Josh Lienhard at El Camino Real HS...named CIF City Section MVP following his senior season in 2012... a MaxPreps second team all-state and Cal-Hi Sports second team all-state selection...chosen to the Los Angeles Times all-Southland team and Los Angeles Daily News all-area team...hit .352 with 33 runs, 15 RBIs, 19 doubles and one home run in his standout senior season...awarded first team all-West Valley League honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...helped the Conquistadors to CIF City Section titles in 2010 and 2012. PERSONAL Parents are Lewis and Beverly Nicholson...major is undeclared.

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5-8 | 180 | JUNIOR | IF | L/R ELK GROVE, CALIF. (ELK GROVE HS)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012) Batted .276 with 35 runs, 32 RBIs and team-high 17 doubles in his sophomore season...ranked No. 4 in the WAC in doubles...started 56 games, tied for third most on the team, with 54 of those coming at third base...batted third in the lineup 28 times, the most of any player on the roster...clubbed a three-run walk-off home run to right field on Feb. 26 to help the Hornets sweep Seattle U...his three RBIs against the Redhawks was a season-high...hit a team-best .474 with one double, three RBIs and a team-high six runs in four WAC Tournament games...ended the season on an eight-game hitting streak. AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Hit .254 in 38 games as a fresham...made 34 starts with 30 at third, two in left, one in right and one at designated hitter...his .254 batting average was the best among true freshmen on the roster...was hitting .158 on May 6 before exploding in a four-game series at New Mexico State...was named Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week after batting .706 (12-for-17) with seven runs scored, eight RBIs, two doubles and three walks without a strikeout against the Aggies...had 10 singles and two doubles in four games at NMSU, including a Sacramento State season-high five hits in one game of the Saturday doubleheader...became just the 11th player in school history to tally five hits in a single game, good for No. 2 all-time on the school’s single-game hits list...posted an eight-game hit streak over the four game series against NMSU and Nevada...hit .313 in conference games. HIGH SCHOOL Played four seasons of baseball for head coach Jeff Carlson and the Thundering Herd at Elk Grove HS of the Delta Valley League...named first team all-metro, allcity and all-Delta Valley after his senior season in 2010...invited to the North/South All Star Games, which features the top-30 high school players in the state, in 2009...broke the Elk Grove HS varsity records with 58 hits and 51 runs in a single season...also played club baseball for head coach Dan Sozzi and the El Dorado Hills Vipers...won the 2008 U16 USA Baseball Championships. PERSONAL Parents are Dave and Mary Soto...major is communications...would like to work in sports broadcasting. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR 2011 .254 38 34 122 14 31 6 0 0 2012 .276 59 56 225 35 62 17 0 2 TOTAL .268 97 90 347 49 93 23 0 2

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RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO 13 37 .303 12 1 14 6 .324 1 1 1 2 37 32 85 .378 20 5 29 8 .340 6 2 3 4 58 45 122 .352 32 6 43 14 .334 7 3 4 6 95

A E FLD% 65 4 .962 116 11 .941 181 15 .948

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6-2 | 195 | JUNIOR | C | R/R CITRUS HEIGHTS, CALIF. (BELLA VISTA HS/COSUMNES RIVER JC)

PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons for head coach Tony Bloomfield at Consumnes River College...helped lead CRC to the 2012 CCCAA state and Big 8 Conference titles...a first team all-Big 8 choice as a sophomore in 2012 when he hit .286 in 161 at-bats as a sophomore with 21 runs, 18 RBIs, two doubles and two triples...threw out 16 base stealers...a second team all-Big 8 selection following his freshman season when he hit .326 with three home runs. HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for head coach Greg Olsen at Bella Vista HS...hit .352 in 91 at-bats with a team-high 34 runs, 16 RBIs, eight doubles, two triples and two home runs as a senior in 2010...named all-Capital Valley League as a junior and senior...guided the Broncos to a pair of league titles (2008, 2010). PERSONAL Parents are Ron and Tina Wheeler...major is criminal justice...would like to become a police officer.

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS (DIV. I ERA 1990+) Air Force 3-1 Albany 1-0 Arizona 5-12 Brigham Young 1-0 Cal Poly 12-32 Cal Poly-Pomona 1-0 CSU Bakersfield 1-2 CSU Fullerton 6-16 CSU Hayward 9-1 CSU Northridge 19-42 CSU Stanislaus 7-0 California 9-20 Centenary 6-0 Chapman 0-1 Chicago State 1-0 Chico State 10-7 Columbus College 1-1 Cornell 4-0 Creighton 1-0 Dallas Baptist Dartmouth 5-4 Davidson 2-0

Eastern Michigan 2-0 Florida A&M 1-0 Fresno State 17-53 Gonzaga 1-3 Grand Canyon 7-2 Hawai’i 27-54 Hawai’i Hilo 14-5 Kansas 0-3 Kansas State 0-1 Long Beach State 5-27 Louisiana Lafayette 0-1 Louisiana Tech 12-16 Loyola Marymount 1-4 Menlo 4-0 Mercer 2-0 Minnesota 2-2 Nevada 23-50 New Mexico State 28-26 North Dakota State 4-0-1 Northern Colorado 6-3 Oregon 1-1 Oregon State 8-13

Oregon Tech 2-0 Pacific 37-30 Pepperdine 2-1 Portland 4-1 Portland State 0-1 Rhode Island 1-0 Saint Mary’s 33-35-1 Samford 4-1 San Diego 4-4 San Diego State 13-19 San Francisco 24-28 San Francisco State 8-2 San Jose State 21-37 Santa Clara 16-27 Seattle U 6-1 Sonoma State 2-1 South Dakota State 1-2 South Florida 1-0 Southern Utah 13-0 Stanford 13-19 Stony Brook 1-1 Texas -

Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio Texas State UCLA 1-6 UC Davis 34-31 UC Irvine 6-13 UC Riverside 3-19 UC San Diego 2-1 UC Santa Barbara 22-26 UNLV 2-4 US International 0-2 Utah 3-2 Utah Valley 11-8 Valparaiso 1-0 Washington State 12-10 Wichita State 0-2 Wyoming 1-0 2013 opponents in BOLD

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HITTING RECORDS AT-BATS Game 1. Derrick Chung, 5/27/12 Taylor Watanabee, 4/22/07 Brian Conradi, 3/1/05 Chris Kinsey, 4/17/03 Bret LeVier, 2/9/02 Aurelio Jackson, 5/16/98 Aurelio Jackson, 4/25/98 Brandon Marshall, 1/30/98 Shawn McGuire, 3/8/97 Mike Pruett, 4/6/97 Jason Bolton, 4/6/97

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Season 1. Kevin Ohama, 1986 2. Brandon Marshall, 1998 3. Jack Arroyo, 2004 4. Rafael Maldonado, 1991 5. Jesse Krebs, 2000 6. Jason Bolton, 1998 7. Derrick Chung, 2012 8. Jim Strombach, 2005 9. Ryan Blair, 2008 10. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 Mike Carpentier, 1994

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Career 1. David Flores, 2005-08 2. Derrick Chung, 2008-2012 3. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 4. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 5. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 6. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 7. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 8. Bret LeVier, 2002-04 9. Jason Quintel, 1994-97 10. Andrew Ayers, 2010-pres.

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HITS Game 1. Brandon Marshall, 4/29/98 2. Will Soto, 5/7/11 David Flores, 4/7/06 Craig Johnson, 3/26/04 Jesse Schmidt, 4/18/03 Everet Rincon, 3/16/02 Aurelio Jackson, 1/27/01 Aurelio Jackson, 5/5/01 Mike Butler, 4/25/00 Jesse Krebs, 3/14/00 Jesse Krebs, 2/9/00 Jesse Krebs, 5/2/99 Aurelio Jackson, 5/2/99 Bill Hoover, 4/25/98 Brandon Marshall, 4/12/98 Ray Brown, 4/23/94 Ray Brown, 4/18/83

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Season 1. Kevin Kobza, 1985 2. Brandon Marshall, 1998 3. Hunter Martinez, 2009 Mikela Olsen, 2003 5. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 Lashelle Tarver, 1980 7. Blake Crosby, 2009 Jason Bolton, 1998 Mark Gieseke, 1988 10. David Flores, 2008

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Career 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 2. David Flores, 2005-08 3. Derrick Chung, 2008-12 Tim Wheeleer, 2007-09 5. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 6. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 7. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 8. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 9. Jason Quintel, 1994-97 10. Andrew Ayers, 2010-pres. Blake Crosby, 2007-09

229 226 211 211 182 173 170 168 166 164 164

BATTING AVERAGE Season Minimum 140 at bats 1. Kevin Kobza, 1985 2. Mark Gieseke, 1988 3. Deron Curran, 1985 4. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 5. Kevin Creamer, 1987 6. Mikela Olsen, 2003 7. Dan Ferreira, 1990 8. Brandon Marshall, 1998 9. Blake Crosby, 2009 10. Jesse Schmidt, 2003

.465 .449 .442 .430 .407 .404 .400 .398 .397 .389

Career Minimum 250 at bats 1. Kevin Kobza, 1984-85 2. Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 3. Ray Brown, 1993-94 4. Deron Curran, 1985-86 5. Dan Ferreira, 1990-91 6. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 7. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 8. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 9. Brian Hewitt, 1988-89 10. Derek Brown, 1994-95 Bobby Haase, 1983-85 Kevin Creamer, 1987-88

.421 .408 .380 .379 .373 .364 .363 .362 .352 .348 .348 .348

RUNS BATTED IN Game 1. Josh Payne, 3/8/97 2. Tim Wheeler, 3/8/09 Chris Kinsey, 3/16/02 4. Dan Elorduy, 4/25/98 Dan Elorduy, 3/15/98

9 8 8 7 7

Harvey Hargrove, 5/4/97 7. Justin Lamb, 3/6/11 Josh Powers, 2/20/10 Tim Wheeler, 4/11/09 Gabe Jacobo, 4/3/08 Gabe Jacobo, 5/10/08 Gabe Jacobo, 5/1/07 Chris Kinsey, 3/17/03 Mikela Olsen, 3/15/03 Season 1. Tim Wheeler, 2009 2. Jason Bolton, 1998 3. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 Mikela Olsen, 2003 5. Deron Curran, 1986 6. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 Kevin Kobza, 1985 8. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 9. Chris Kinsey, 2002 10. Steve Thobe, 1994 Career 1. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 2. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 3. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 4. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 5. David Flores, 2005-08 6. Derek Brown, 1994-95 7. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 8. Bret LeVier, 2002-04 9. Deron Curran, 1985-86 10. Jason Bolton, 1997-98

7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 72 68 66 66 65 64 64 62 60 58

142 135 128 113 108 104 102 100 98 95

RUNS Game 1. Shawn McGuire, 3/8/97 2. Derrick Chung, 5/7/11 Kirby Young, 3/31/10 Brandon Marshall, Twice Josh Payne, 4/25/98 Pete Gascon, 3/8/97 7. 19 Players

6 5 5 5 5 5 4

Season 1. Brandon Marshall, 1998 2. Josh Payne, 1998 3. Hunter Martinez, 2009 4. Bobby Haase, 1985 5. Kevin Ohama, 1986 6. Tim Wheeler, 2009 7. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 8. Jack Arroyo, 2004 Mike Carpentier, 1994 Deron Curran, 1986

70 68 67 63 62 59 57 56 56 56

Career 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 2. David Flores, 2005-08 3. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 4. Mike Carpentier, 1993-95

138 128 126 115

HITTING RECORDS (CONT.) 5. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 6. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 7. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 8. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 9. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 Chris Kinsey, 2001-03

114 107 103 99 98 98

STOLEN BASES Game 1. Matt Martinez, 5/15/92 Robert Randall, 3/10/92 Steve Kristy, 2/25/92 Kevin Reali, 2/24/90 Eric Vorbeck, 2/3/90 6. Jim Strombach, 5/14/04 Aurelio Jackson, 5/29/01 Aurelio Jackson, 3/24/01 Aurelio Jackson, 1/25/01 Aurelio Jackson, 4/29/00 Aurelio Jackson, 4/29/98 Pete Gascon, 5/10/97 Robert Randall, 4/27/93 Season 1. Kevin Ohama, 1986 2. Doug Eastman, 1986 3. Aurelio Jackson, 2001 4. Robert Randall, 1992 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981 6. Matt Martinez, 1992 Buddy Thomas, 1984 8. Matt Martinez, 1993 9. John McCaustlin, 1991 10. Eric Vorbeck, 1991 Career 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 2. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 3. Robert Randall, 1990-93 4. Kevin Ohama, 1986-87 5. Buddy Thomas, 1983-84 6. Eric Vorbeck, 1990-91 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981-82 8. Doug Eastman, 1986 9. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 John McCaustlin, 1990-91

4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 49-61 48-57 44-60 40-51 40-47 39-52 39-42 36-49 35-44 33-40 85-123 75-101 71-91 64-77 56-62 52-65 52-67 48-57 47-54 47-64

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

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

Season 1. Kevin Kobza, 1985 2. Josh Powers, 2009 David Flores, 2008 4. Mark Gieseke, 1988 5. John McConologue, 1986 6. Derek Brown, 1995 Mikela Olsen, 2003 8. Josh Kirtlan, 1994 Harvey Hargrove, 1996 10. Derrick Chung, 2011 Jesse Schmidt, 2003 Josh Payne, 1998 Deron Curran, 1986

27 26 26 23 22 20 20 19 19 18 18 18 18

Career 1. David Flores, 2005-08 2. Derrick Chung, 2008-12 3. Josh Powers, 2009-10 Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 6. Brian Blauser, 2003-06 Jim Strombach, 2003-06 Jason Quintel, 1994-97 Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 10. Derek Brown, 1994-95 John McConologue, 1985-86

57 49 38 38 37 35 35 35 35 33 33

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

2 1

Season 1. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 2. Steve Eakes, 1981 3. Val King, 1984 4. Steve Kristy, 1992 Bob Crump, 1986 Deron Curran, 1986 7. Justin Higley, 2012 Ryan Blair, 2007 Mike Friedland, 1990 Danny Glorioso, 1980

9 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5

Career 1. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 Bob Crump, 1985-86 3. Steve Eakes, 1981 4. Tim Wheeler 2007-09 Jim Strombach, 2003-06 Val King, 1984 7. Justin Higley, 2011-pres. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 Steve Kristy, 1992 Deron Curran, 1985-86 Bobby Haase, 1983-85

9 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

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

3 3 3 3 3 2

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

26 18 18 17 16 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 14

Career 1. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 2. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 4. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 6. Joe Evans, 2000-02 Derek Brown, 1994-95 8. Dan Elorduy, 1995, 97-98 9. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 Josh Kirtlan, 1993-94

35 30 30 29 27 23 23 22 20 20

WALKS Season 1. Jason Bolton, 1998 2. Deron Curran, 1986 3. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 Kevin Kobza, 1985 5. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 6. Steve Thobe, 1994 7. Derek Brown, 1994 8. James Nutt, 1985 9. Kevin Smallcomb, 1982 10. Brandon Marshall, 1998 Steve Eakes, 1981 Career 1. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 2. Kenny Smallcomb, 1981-82 3. Derek Brown, 1994-95 4. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 5. Deron Curran, 1985-86 6. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 7. Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 8. Derrick Chung, 2008-12 Dan Elorduy, 1995, 97-98 10. Casey Simpson, 1990-91

68 65 64 64 62 58 56 55 54 52 52 135 105 104 102 98 95 93 91 91 90 53

HITTING RECORDS (CONT.)

David Del Grande was hit by 16 pitches last season, the seventh most in program history.

SACRIFICES

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HIT BY PITCH

Season 1. Blake Crosby, 2008 2. Everet Rincon, 2006 3. Blake Crosby, 2007 Craig Johnson, 2004 Everet Rincon, 2002 John McCaustlin, 1991 Tom Avila, 1984 8. Ryan Blair, 2008 Gary Johnson, 2006 Jim Strombach, 2006 Tito Barba, 2001 Aurelio Jackson, 2000 Matt Potulny, 1982 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981

13 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Career 1. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 2. Blake Crosby, 2007-09 3. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 4. Derrick Chung, 2008-12 5. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 6. Andrew Ayers, 2010-pres. Ryan Kato, 1989-90 Devall Rainey, 1982-83 Lorenzo Lesky, 1987-88 Mark Gieseke, 1988-89

34 31 18 17 16 13 13 13 13 13

Game 1. Hunter Adrian, 3/17/11 Trevor Paine, 2/22/11 Brent Hottman, 4/4/09 Travis Kirkman, 3/21/08 Buddy Morales, 4/22/06 Buddy Morales, 4/7/06 Bobby Ciani, 4/17/03 Aurelio Jackson, 3/18/00 9. By Many

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

Season 1. Buddy Morales, 2006 Carlos Morales, 2000 Dan Vetter, 1995 4. Gary Johnson, 2006 5. Tim Wheeler, 2009 Aurelio Jackson, 2001 7. David Del Grande, 2012 8. Derrick Chung, 2011 Brent Hottman, 2009 Josh Powers, 2009

19 19 19 18 17 17 16 14 14 14

Career 1. David Flores, 2005-08 2. Carlos Morales, 2000-01 3. Blake Crosby, 2007-09 4. Gary Johnson, 2006-07

39 36 32 31

5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 6. Derrick Chung, 2008-12 Dan Vetter, 1994-95 7. Josh Powers, 2009-10 Buddy Morales, 2004-06 10. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01

30 29 29 27 27 26

HITTING RECORDS (CONT.) MULTI-HIT GAMES Season 1. Brandon Marshall, 1988 Armando Balderramos, 1995 3. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 Derek Brown, 1994 5. Jesse Krebs, 2000 Mike Carpentier, 1994 7. Blake Crosby, 2009 Hunter Martinez, 2009 David Flores, 2008 Gabe Jacobo, 2007 Mikela Olsen, 2003 Josh Kirtlan, 1994

28 28 27 27 26 26 25 25 25 25 25 25

HITTING STREAKS 1. 24 , J. Schmidt 2. 22, C. Simpson 3. 21, Josh Payne 4. 20, Ryan Blair 20, Tim Wheeler 6. 18, Blake Crosby 18, Derek Brown 8. 16, Rhys Hoskins 16, H. Hargrove 10. 15, Gabe Jacobo 15, Ray Brown 12. 14, Derrick Chung 14, Trevor Paine 14, David Flores 14, John Acha 14, Jack Arroyo 14, C. Morales 14, Jason Bolton 14, Derek Brown 14, M. Carpentier

3/11 to 4/22/03 3/29 to 5/2/92 2/28 to 4/4/98 4/1 to 5/3/08 3/29 to 4/26/08 3/20 to 4/14/09 3/16 to 4/17/94 3/17/12 to 4/11/12 4/6 to 5/6/97 4/18 to 5/9/08 4/16 to 5/7/94 3/30/12 to 4/21/12 3/16/10 to 4/7/10 4/21 to 5/13/07 2/28 to 3/22/04 1/30 to 2/22/04 4/27 to 5/17/01 1/23 to 2/24/98 2/22 to 3/25/95 2/4 to 3/6/94

GRAND SLAMS (29) (1992+) Rhys Hoskins vs. Dartmouth Rhys Hoskins at Pacific Justin Lamb at UC Santa Barbara Justin Mezzaneras at Fresno State Trevor Paine at San Jose State Josh Powers vs. Albany Tim Wheeler vs. Utah Valley Blake Crosby at Oregon Jeff Roth vs. Cornell Tim Wheeler vs. Saint Mary’s Brent Hottman vs. Fresno State Tim Wheeler vs. Hawai’i Bret LeVier at Washington State Jesse Schmidt vs. Hawai’i-Hilo Chris Kinsey vs. Dartmouth Rick Gonzalez at CSU Fullerton Josh Payne at New Mexico State Jason Bolton at San Francisco Dan Elorduy vs. Nevada Mike Dominisse at CSU Northridge Joel Walker vs. Nevada Jason Moore vs. Freno State

3/15/12 2/28/12 3/6/11 5/22/10 5/1/10 3/31/10 4/11/09 3/24/09 3/21/09 3/8/09 5/16/08 3/29/08 5/11/03 4/26/03 3/17/03 4/8/00 5/9/98 3/17/98 3/15/98 2/12/98 5/2/97 5/14/95

Erik Cooper vs. Pacific Erik Cooper vs. UC Davis Ray Brown vs. Nevada Will Fitzpatrick vs. Valparaiso Will Fitzpatrick vs. Saint Mary’s Tony Turnbull vs. Southern Utah Steve Kristy vs. UC Davis

4/27/94 4/10/94 3/8/94 3/2/93 2/13/93 3/29/92 3/17/92

MULTIPLE HR GAMES (67) (1992+) Rhys Hoskins at Louisiana Tech Rhys Hoskins at Pacific Blake Miller vs. Louisiana Tech Trevor Paine at Fresno State Justin Lamb at Louisiana Tech Trevor Paine at CSU Northridge Justin Lamb at Nevada Tim Wheeler vs. San Jose State Tim Wheeler at Hawai’i Tim Wheeler (3) vs. Utah Valley Justin Lamb vs. Menlo Tim Wheeler (3) vs. St. Mary’s David Flores at Nevada Brian Boyd vs. Hawai’i-Hilo David Flores at UC Davis Ryan Blair at Louisiana Tech Wes Oberlin at Louisiana Tech Gabe Jacobo at Louisiana Tech (3) Gabe Jacobo at Pacific Jack Arroyo vs. San Francisco Brian Blauser vs. San Francisco Pedro Santiago at Nevada John Acha at UC San Diego Mikela Olsen vs. Arizona Mikela Olsen vs. Dartmouth Mikela Olsen vs. UC Davis Jesse Schmidt vs. Hawai’i-Hilo Jesse Schmidt at Centenary (3) Jesse Schmidt at Nevada Joe Evans vs. Pacific Bret LeVier vs. UC Riverside Chris Kinsey at Cal Poly (3) Joe Evans vs. Washington State Chris Kinsey at Hawai’i Joe Evans vs. Santa Clara Tim Maghan vs. Nevada Joe Evans vs. UC Riverside Chris Kinsey vs. Saint Mary’s Joe Evans vs. San Francisco State Daniel Harkness vs. CSU Fullerton Mike Dominisse at New Mexico State Dan Elorduy vs. UC Davis Mike Dominisse at Pacific Brian Gilman vs. Long Beach State Dan Elorduy vs. UC Davis Jason Bolton vs. New Mexico State Dan Elorduy vs. Nevada Dan Elorduy vs. Nevada Josh Payne vs. Nevada Brandon Marshall vs. Saint Mary’s Shawn McGuire vs. Saint Mary’s Mike Dominisse at Hawai’i Dan Elorduy vs. New Mexico State

4/8/12 2/28/12 5/22/11 5/21/10 5/8/10 3/27/10 5/8/09 5/3/09 4/19/09 4/11/09 3/28/09 3/8/09 5/11/08 4/18/08 4/15/08 4/5/08 4/5/08 4/3/08 5/1/07 5/4/04 5/4/04 4/20/04 2/7/04 4/28/03 3/15/03 3/11/03 4/26/03 4/18/03 4/8/03 5/26/02 4/14/02 3/16/02 3/9/02 2/8/02 4/24/01 4/17/01 3/24/01 2/23/01 2/17/01 3/20/99 5/10/98 4/29/98 4/26/98 4/4/98 4/1/98 3/20/98 3/15/98 3/14/98 3/13/98 3/1/98 3/1/98 1/23/98 3/23/97

Harvey Hargrove vs. Nevada Josh Payne vs. Rhode Island Mike Dominisse vs. Oregon State Harvey Hargrove vs. San Francisco Jason DeCanio vs. San Jose State Jamie Estrada vs. UC Santa Barbara Derek Brown vs. San Francisco State Mike Carpentier vs. Washington State Josh Kirtlan vs. San Diego State Josh Kirtlan vs. Nevada Will Fitzpatrick vs. Saint Mary’s Will Fitzpatrick vs. San Diego State Will Fitzpatrick vs. San Francisco

3/15/97 3/8/97 2/7/97 2/1/97 2/23/96 2/9/96 4/5/95 2/17/95 5/13/94 5/3/94 4/20/93 4/17/93 4/7/92

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PITCHING RECORDS

Tyler Hoelzen made a school record 31 appearances last season.

APPEARANCES Season 1. Tyler Hoelzen, 2012 2. Michael Penbera, 2000 3. R.J. Davis, 2012 Marshall Plouffe, 2005 Mike Frame, 1989 6. Mike Frame, 1988 Trevor Rodgers, 1990 8. Brandon Creel, 2012 Warren Rosebrock, 2005 Renecke Stelzriede, 2004 Dusty Decker, 2002 Michael Penbera, 2001

31 27 26 26 26 25 25 24 24 24 24 24

Career 1. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 2. Warren Rosebrock, 2002-05 Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 4. Mike Frame, 1987-89 5. James Wheeler, 2003-06 6. Michael Penbera, 1999-2001 7. Brandon Creel, 2010-pres. 7. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 8. Tommy Elrod, 2008-10 Justin DemĂŠ, 2004-06 Ben Roussey, 1996-98

79 78 78 71 64 61 58 56 55 55 55

ERA Season (min. 50 IP) 1. Erik Bennett, 1989 2. Bob Childress, 1988 3. Mike Frame, 1988 4. Mike Schields, 1984 56

1.88 2.12 2.14 2.24

5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

John Bulleri, 1980 John Bulleri, 1979 Chuck Beard, 1980 Mark Davis, 1984 Mike Frame, 1989 Roland DeLaMaza, 1992

2.31 2.34 2.34 2.62 2.63 2.68

Career (min. 100 IP) 1. John Bulleri, 1979-80 2. Mike Frame, 1988-89 3. Mike Schields, 1984-85 4. Doug Vontz, 1985-86 5. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85 6. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 7. Steve Bonilla, 1980-81 8. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 9. Mike Brown, 1987-89 10. Mark Davis, 1983-84

2.27 2.43 2.54 2.76 2.85 2.94 2.99 3.08 3.18 3.22

INNINGS PITCHED Game 1. Doug Vontz, 3/23/86 2. Kevin Marzion, 2/23/02 Brian Gates, 3/27/99 Doug Vontz, 5/25/86 5. Jeff Groeger, 4/6/01

11.2 10.0 10.0 10.0 9.2

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

122.1 122.0 118.0 117.1 114.1 113.2 112.1

8. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 9. Ethan Katz, 2004 10. Jeff Groeger, 2002

111.0 110.0 109.0

Career 1. Mike Eby, 1993-95 2. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 3. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 4. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 5. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 6. Roland DeLaMaza, 1991-92 7. John Bulleri, 1979-80 8. Warren Rosebrock, 2002-04 9. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 10. Brandon Sandoval, 2008-11

278.4 272.0 269.0 262.1 231.1 224.2 218.0 213.0 209.5 208.2

WINS Season 1. Steve Brueggeman, 1985 2. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 Brad Stoltenberg, 1988 5. Six with 10

12 11 11 11 10

Career 1. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 2. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 3. Mike Eby, 1993-95 Gary Wilson, 1990-92 5. John Bulleri, 1979-80 Rocco Buffolino, 1986-87 7. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85 8. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 Keith Brown, 1985-86 Brad Stoltenberg, 1987-88

23 22 21 21 19 19 17 16 16 16

PITCHING RECORDS (CONT.)

Starter Dallas Chadwick was a second team all-WAC choice a year ago.

COMPLETE GAMES

Season 1. Willie Rivera, 1995 2. John Bulleri, 1979 3. Dustin Tubb, 1998 Steve Brueggeman, 1985 Doug Vontz, 1985 Mike Schields, 1985 John Bulleri, 1980 8. Chad Elliott, 2000 Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 Mark Davis, 1984 Richard King, 1981

10 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

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

15 12 12 12 10 9 8

SAVES Season 1. Mike Frame, 1989 2. Mike Frame, 1988 Michael Penbera, 2001 4. R.J. Davis, 2012 Mitch Lively, 2007 Trevor Rodgers, 1990 7. Mike Kane, 1993 Steve Schweizer, 1988 Jeff McBride, 1981 10. Andrew Galvan, 2010

11 10 10 8 8 8 7 7 7 6

Jeff Roth, 2009 Michael Penbera, 2000 Brian Yackovich, 1981

Career 1. Mike Frame, 1987-89 2. Michael Penbera, 1999-2001 3. Trevor Rodgers, 1990-91 4. Jeff Roth, 2008-09 Billy Sinacori, 2004-2007. 6. Brian Yackovich, 1981-82 Renecke Stelzriede, 2003-04 8. R.J. Davis, 2012 Mitch Lively, 2004-07 10. Mike Kane, 1990-93 Jeff McBride, 1981 Steve Schuseizer, 1988

6 6 6 26 16 12 10 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7

STRIKEOUTS Game 1. Mike Eby, 5/5/95 2. Chris Kinsey, 2/4/03 Mike Eby, 3/26/95 Roland DeLaMaza, 3/10/92 Mike Eby, 2/18/95 Roland DeLaMaza, 3/10/92 Mike Eby, 2/18/95 8. Chris Kinsey, 4/8/03 Mike Eby, 5/13/95 Mike Eby, 3/13/95 Jason Beeman, 2/25/94 Mike Eby, 3/26/93 Gary Wilson, 2/23/91 Travis Kane, 5/21/06 Travis Kane, 5/14/06

13 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Season 1. Erik Bennett, 1989 Mike Eby, 1995 3. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 4. Jeff Groeger, 2001 5. Erik Bennett, 1988 6. Chris Kinsey, 2003 7. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 8. Ethan Katz, 2004 9. Graham Mazur, 1997 10. Mike Eby, 1994

119 119 113 107 105 98 95 90 84 82

Career 1. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 2. Mike Eby, 1993-95 3. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 4. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 5. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 6. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 7. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 8. Ethan Katz, 2004-05 9. Mike Frame, 1987-89 10. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03

277 274 208 187 184 178 175 157 153 134

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SACRAMENTO STATE BASEBALL ALL-AMERICANS Dick Bach Les Kuhnz Dean Andoe Joe Soto Kevin Kobza Steve Brueggemann Doug Eastman Deron Curran Kevin Creamer Brian Hewitt

1961 1961 1961 1970 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1988

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

First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Third Team First Team First Team

Mark Gieseke Erik Bennett Mike Frame Matt Martinez Will Fitzpatrick Roland de la Maza Harvey Hargrove Jesse Darrah Rhys Hoskins

1988 1989 1988 1989 1989 1993 1993 1993 1997 2009 2012

OF 1B P P P 2B 1B P 2B P OF

First Team Third Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Third Team Second Team Third Team Freshman Freshman

AWARDS AND HONORS LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2012 Rhys Hoskins Fr. OF 2009 Jesse Darrah Fr. P NCBWA FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2012 Rhys Hoskins (1st Team) Fr.

OF

BASEBALL AMERICA FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2012 Rhys Hoskins (1st Team) Fr. OF PERFECT GAME FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2012 Rhys Hoskins (2nd Team) Fr. OF RAWLINGS ALL-WEST REGION 2012 Andrew Ayers (2nd Team) WAC COACH OF THE YEAR 2012 Reggie Christiansen

2B

2nd Season

WAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Andrew Ayers 1995 Mike Eby (West Division)

Jr. Sr.

2B P

WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2012 Rhys Hoskins

Fr.

OF

ALL-WAC First Team 2012 Derrick Chung Andrew Ayers (POY) Justin Higley 2009 Tim Wheeler 2008 Tim Wheeler 2007 David Flores 2006 Buddy Morales Second Team 2012 Trevor Paine Dallas Chadwick Rhys Hoskins (FOY) 2011 Derrick Chung 2010 Trevor Paine 2010 Josh Powers 2009 Jesse Darrah 2009 Hunter Martinez 2008 Ryan Blair 2008 David Flores 2008 Gabe Jacobo 2008 Wes Oberlin 2007 Montana Dye 58

Jr.

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

C 2B OF OF OF 3B C

Sr. 1B/DH So. P Fr. OF Jr. C Jr. DH Sr. 1B Fr. P Sr. 2B Sr. OF Sr. 3B Jr. UITL Sr. DH Sr. OF

2006 David Flores Western Division 1996 Jason Quintel 1995 Mike Eby (POY) 1994 Derek Brown Ray Brown Jason Beeman 1993 Will Fitzpatrick Matt Martinez Ronald DeLaMaza Ray Brown

So.

3B

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

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

ALL-WAC TOURNAMENT 2012 Brett Hottman Derrick Chung David Del Grande Dallas Chadwick 2006 Buddy Morales

Sr. C/DH Sr. C/IF So. OF So. P Sr. C

WAC ALL-ACADEMIC 2012 Derrick Chung Trevor Paine Tyler Hoelzen David Del Grande Hunter Greenwood Justin Higley Rhys Hoskins Brennan Leitao 2011 Jake Chilton Kirby Young Derrick Chung Andrew Ayers David Del Grande Justin Higley 2010 Kyle Baskett Jake Chilton Dan McCarthy A.J. Nunez Josh Powers Kirby Young 2009 Brian Filice Josh Powers Tim Wheeler 2008 Ryan Blair Brian Boyd David Flores Brett Tanigawa Mike Weiss Tim Wheeler

Sr. C Sr. 1B Jr. P So. OF So. P So. OF Fr. OF Fr. P Sr. OF Sr. UTIL Jr. C So. UTIL RFr. OF Fr. OF Jr. OF Jr. OF Sr. OF Jr. OF Sr. INF Jr. INF Jr. RHP Jr. INF Jr. OF Sr. OF Sr. OF Sr. 3B Sr. C Jr. P So. OF

Trevor York 2006 Matt Campbell ALL-INDEPENDENT TEAM First Team 2005 Ethan Katz 2004 Jack Arroyo 2004 Craig Johnson 2004 Ethan Katz 2003 Mikela Olsen 2003 Jesse Schmidt Second Team 2004 John Acha 2003 Chris Kinsey Honorable Mention 2005 Brett Flowers 2005 Jim Strombach

So. Sr.

P P

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

P INF OF P OF OF

Sr. Jr.

INF P

Sr. Jr.

INF OF

INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2004 Craig Johnson Jr. OF 2003 Mikela Olsen Jr. OF INDEPENDENT HITTER OF THE YEAR 2003 Mikela Olsen Jr.

OF

INDEPENDENT ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2005 Matt Campbell Jr. 2005 Travis Kane Jr. 2004 John Acha Sr. 2004 Craig Johnson Jr.

P P INF OF

ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE First Team 1998 Josh Payne Second Team 2002 Chris Kinsey 2001 Aurelio Jaclkson Carlos Morales 2000 Jesse Krebs Carlos Morales Honorable Mention 2002 Jeff Groeger 2000 Rick Gonzalez Cory Williams ALL-ACADEMIC DISTRICT VIII First Team 2004 John Acha 2004 Craig Johnson

DH

Sr.

UT OF 3B SS 2B

So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

SP OF DH

Sr. Sr. Jr.

Sr. Jr.

INF OF

TEAM PITCHING RECORDS

Tanner Mendonca tossed a team-high 89.1 innings in 2012.

ERA 1. 1980 2. 1988 3. 1989 4. 1986 5. 1990 COMPLETE GAMES 1. 1995 2. 1980 1984 3. 1982 4. 1981 SHUTOUTS 1. 1988 2. 2012 3. 1995/1993/1991 1990/1989

3.29 3.31 3.55 3.91 3.99 19 17 17 15 12 7 6 4 4

SAVES 1. 1988 2. 1981 3. 1989 4. 1987 5. 1993/2004

22 18 17 13 12

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 1991 2. 1986 3. 1988 4. 2004 5. 2012

571.0 569.1 541.1 527.1 521.1

FEWEST HITS ALLOWED 1. 1982 2. 1983 3. 1986 4. 1984 5. 1980

344 376 379 400 409

MOST ER ALLOWED 1. 1998 2. 1997 3. 1999 4. 1996 5. 2007

501 468 413 382 380

MOST HR ALLOWED 1. 1997 2. 1998 3. 1999 4. 2009 5. 2010

MOST HITS ALLOWED 1. 1998 2. 1997 3. 2007 4. 1999 5. 2004

773 688 677 655 652

FEWEST WALKS 1. 1982 2. 1983 3. 1980 4. 1988 5. 2003

153 154 168 182 186

LOWEST OPP. BATTING AVG. 1. 1989 2. 1991 3. 1992 4. 1990 5. 1986

.257 .261 .270 .274 .278

FEWEST RUNS ALLOWED 1. 1982 2. 1989 3. 1984 4. 1983 5. 1980/1981

212 219 234 235 240

MOST WALKS 1. 1998 2. 1996 3. 1991 4. 1999 5. 1997

297 280 279 278 260

HIGHEST OPP. BATTING AVG. 1. 1998 2. 1997 3. 2007 4. 1999 5. 2008

.346 .338 .331 .324 .323

MOST RUNS ALLOWED 1. 1998 2. 1997 3. 1999 4. 1996 5. 2007

584 558 484 447 431

STRIKEOUTS 1. 1988 2. 2001 3. 1996 4. 1997 5. 1995

423 395 383 376 374

FEWEST HIT BATTERS 1. 1982 2. 1980 3. 1979/1985 4. 1981 5. 1986

1 4 7 17 19

FEWEST ER ALLOWED 1. 1982 2. 1980 3. 1983 4. 1989 5. 1984

142 152 179 180 187

FEWEST HR ALLOWED 1. 1982 2. 1979 3. 1980 4. 1981 5. 1989/1992/2012

MOST HIT BATTERS 1. 2006 2. 2007 3. 2001/2012 4. 1997 5. 2002

90 78 76 74 71

6 10 11 21 23

81 73 69 66 63

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YEAR-BY-YEAR PITCHING STATS

R.J. Davis led Sacramento State with eight saves last season.

YEAR G ERA CG SHO SV IP H R-ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/AVG BK HBP 1979 50 4.78 8 N/A N/A 408.1 445 326-217 243 194 N/A N/A 10 N/A N/A 7 1980 50 3.29 17 N/A N/A 416.0 409 240-152 168 223 N/A N/A 11 N/A N/A 4 1981 50 4.28 12 N/A 18 414.1 411 240-197 199 226 N/A N/A 21 N/A N/A 17 1982 48 4.18 15 N/A 6 306.0 344 212-142 153 144 N/A N/A 6 N/A N/A 1 1983 39 4.73 11 N/A 9 341.2 376 235-179 154 176 N/A N/A 27 N/A N/A 29 1984 50 4.14 17 N/A 6 407.0 400 234-187 198 195 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1985 51 5.00 8 N/A 6 404.1 448 293-204 252 232 N/A N/A 28 N/A N/A 7 1986 66 3.91 N/A N/A N/A 569.1 379 315-244 258 351 86 14 37 .278 4 19 1987 60 4.96 N/A 2 13 486.1 523 324-268 235 333 95 5 39 N/A 7 23 1988 64 3.31 10 7 22 541.1 505 286-195 182 423 83 8 41 N/A 4 27 1989 53 3.55 4 4 17 456.0 444 219-180 205 339 76 9 23 .257 5 20 1990 59 3.99 6 4 11 510.0 545 318-226 203 292 102 18 42 .274 5 45 1991 65 4.30 10 4 11 571.0 569 329-273 279 366 119 10 33 .261 4 49 1992 57 4.32 7 2 6 483.1 511 319-232 237 318 81 7 23 .270 1 30 1993 58 5.13 8 4 12 494.1 560 358-282 254 372 96 10 38 .286 10 39 1994 56 5.40 5 3 9 496.2 582 379-298 248 346 107 12 40 .292 6 33 1995 54 4.54 19 4 9 479.1 513 288-242 242 374 85 10 33 .282 2 49 1996 55 7.11 7 1 5 483.1 629 447-382 280 383 116 17 53 .320 8 50 1997 55 8.89 7 1 3 474.0 688 558-468 260 376 124 15 81 .338 8 74 1998 60 8.67 9 0 2 520.1 773 584-501 297 329 141 14 73 .346 4 68 1999 57 7.49 6 0 4 496.1 655 484-413 278 301 134 18 69 .324 3 67 2000 56 6.33 7 1 7 491.2 595 391-346 251 327 106 11 55 .303 1 56 2001 59 5.44 9 3 10 521.0 631 390-315 231 395 130 11 45 .300 13 76 2002 56 6.24 10 1 3 495.0 631 417-343 216 311 118 18 46 .314 6 71 2003 57 5.28 5 3 10 489.2 581 366-287 186 363 120 12 49 .295 10 52 2004 61 5.96 7 1 12 527.1 652 412-349 262 312 108 11 57 .310 11 69 2005 57 4.99 3 2 8 501.1 572 334-278 206 334 105 9 44 .293 8 55 2006 57 5.57 4 1 5 498.0 572 370-308 234 319 102 7 50 .291 9 90 2007 57 6.86 1 2 9 498.2 677 431-380 250 284 132 16 46 .331 11 78 2008 58 6.25 1 1 10 495.0 638 395-344 246 276 109 11 53 .323 11 69 2009 54 6.33 2 1 11 453.2 580 367-319 209 318 92 8 66 .313 10 54 2010 54 6.45 3 1 7 464.2 593 387-333 208 293 119 7 63 .314 10 59 2011 58 5.23 8 1 7 492.1 546 317-286 219 255 114 16 27 .290 17 67 2012 59 5.25 7 6 10 521.1 578 343-304 233 336 104 4 23 .289 4 76 60

TEAM HITTING & FIELDING RECORDS

Scotty Burcham and the Hornets set a program record with a .979 field percentage last year.

GAMES PLAYED 1. 1985 2. 1986 3. 1991 4. 1988 5. 2004 BATTING AVERAGE 1. 1985 2. 1994 3. 1998 4. 2009 5. 1991

67 66 65 64 61 .345 .324 .323 .318 .313

AT-BATS 1. 1998 2. 1986 3. 1991 4. 1988 5. 1994

2,231 2,153 2,148 2,124 2,108

RUNS 1. 1998 2. 1985 3. 1991 4. 1988 5. 1994 HITS 1. 1998 2. 1985 3. 1991 4. 1988 5. 1994

RBI 1. 1998 2. 1988 3. 1985 4. 1991 5. 1994

440 407 403 393 389

FEWEST STRIKEOUTS 1. 1983 2. 1981 3. 1984 4. 1982 5. 1980

118 168 180 181 198

PUTOUTS 1. 1991 2. 2004 3. 2012 4. 2001 5. 1998

DOUBLES 1. 1988 2. 1998 3. 2012 4. 1985/1987 5. 2008/2009

137 132 122 121 116

MOST STRIKEOUTS 1. 1998 2. 2002 3. 2001 4. 1997 5. 2004

437 423 413 408 397

ASSISTS 1. 1998 2. 1994 3. 2005 4. 2004 5. 1995/2012 FEWEST ERRORS 1. 2012 2. 1985 3. 2009 4. 2000 5. 1994/2008/2011

TRIPLES 1. 1985 2. 1980 3. 1984 4. 1979 5. 1981

26 25 24 23 21

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. 1985 2. 1998 3. 1994 4. 2009 5. 1987

.616 .504 .500 .494 .474

487 458 456 441 436

HOME RUNS 1. 1998 2. 1997 3. 1994 4. 2009 5. 2002

83 75 71 63 60

SACRIFICES 1. 2007/2009/2012 2. 2008 3. 1984 4. 1991 5. 1992

58 55 55 50 49

720 676 672 662 654

WALKS 1. 1986 2. 1987 3. 1988 4. 1991 5. 1993

356 322 317 303 292

STOLEN BASES 1. 1986 2. 1991 3. 1990 4. 1984 5. 1992

211 166 157 153 142

1,709 1,582 1,564 1,563 1,561 685 680 666 664 660 47 52 62 64 67

MOST ERRORS 1. 1997 2. 1998 3. 1979 4. 1990 5. 1994

123 121 116 114 110

FIELDING PERCENTAGE 1. 2012 2 .2000 3. 2008/2011 4. 2007/2009 5. 1995

.979 .970 .969 .968 .967

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YEAR-BY-YEAR HITTING STATS

Derrick Chung hit .340 last season.

YEAR G AVG AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO SLG% SF+SH SB/SA PO A E FLD% 1979 50 .286 1385 226 396 184 37 23 7 222 216 .361 14 81/105 N/A N/A 116 N/A 1980 50 .298 1622 286 484 264 82 25 12 198 198 .402 48 96/117 N/A N/A 100 N/A 1981 50 .301 1569 311 472 286 61 21 25 242 168 .414 43 110/140 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1982 48 .293 1503 284 441 263 63 13 11 258 181 .375 45 114/157 N/A N/A 94 N/A 1983 39 .295 1320 242 390 207 68 11 22 218 118 .414 36 109/149 1007 391 71 .952 1984 50 .310 1526 301 473 248 67 24 17 230 180 .419 55 153/193 N/A N/A 67 N/A 1985 67 .345 1960 458 676 403 121 26 53 272 264 .616 34 137/170 N/A N/A 52 N/A 1986 66 .294 2153 415 632 260 86 14 39 356 357 .424 48 211/288 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1987 60 .311 1856 394 578 363 121 17 49 322 289 .474 43 116/167 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1988 64 .312 2124 441 662 407 137 14 47 317 297 .442 42 117/161 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1989 53 .282 1675 303 473 270 98 7 25 209 216 .393 35 115/157 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1990 59 .288 1921 363 553 305 115 14 43 237 326 .429 41 157/216 1445 512 114 .945 1991 65 .313 2148 456 672 393 109 17 40 303 316 .435 50 166/246 1709 659 108 .956 1992 57 .304 1812 365 551 319 95 12 40 270 357 .436 49 142/199 1449 643 92 .958 1993 58 .293 1894 394 554 349 99 12 60 292 347 .452 36 117/164 1483 654 79 .964 1994 56 .324 2108 436 654 389 110 16 71 199 300 .500 37 91/131 1487 680 110 .952 1995 54 .280 1858 304 521 271 111 7 28 191 290 .393 46 76/111 1442 660 72 .967 1996 55 .241 1861 259 449 225 82 7 41 196 391 .359 28 55/83 1450 614 96 .956 1997 55 .296 1957 379 579 333 106 8 75 210 408 .473 25 61/94 1422 618 123 .943 1998 60 .323 2231 487 720 440 132 12 83 248 437 .504 12 54/80 1561 685 121 .949 1999 57 .283 1953 280 552 235 88 7 25 192 376 .373 29 46/86 1489 637 86 .961 2000 56 .310 1982 337 614 304 110 8 44 198 344 .440 26 54/93 1475 584 64 .970 2001 59 .279 2019 297 564 265 110 7 50 186 413 .415 37 80/113 1563 600 85 .962 2002 56 .262 1900 297 497 263 96 6 60 221 423 .413 27 60/90 1485 589 96 .956 2003 57 .303 1972 376 598 342 102 9 57 176 350 .451 19 90/117 1469 549 89 .958 2004 61 .272 2020 333 550 301 89 13 45 234 397 .396 29 78/103 1582 664 80 .966 2005 57 .251 1861 237 467 203 93 7 23 179 383 .346 43 64/90 1504 666 91 .960 2006 57 .286 1928 309 552 272 106 6 36 169 320 .404 46 53/83 1494 608 79 .964 2007 57 .281 1980 281 557 251 92 16 42 161 373 .408 58 75/102 1496 568 68 .968 2008 58 .311 1983 373 617 345 116 11 55 174 303 .464 55 65/92 1485 637 67 .969 2009 54 .318 1851 389 589 355 116 10 63 165 369 .494 58 60/81 1361 535 62 .968 2010 54 .281 1866 311 524 288 90 10 48 207 378 .417 36 41/56 1394 557 75 .963 2011 58 .244 1890 225 462 208 94 6 25 176 367 .340 33 43/59 1477 637 67 .969 2012 59 .298 2095 327 625 301 122 12 30 168 345 .411 58 31/44 1564 660 47 .979 62

YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS LEADERS 1979 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

Eddie Byers (.323) Eddie Byers (51) Eddie Byers (24) Mike Garvaglia (32) Two players (12) Carnesecca/Painter (5) Garavaglia/Travale (4) Seven players (1) John Bulleri (2.34) John Bulleri (96.0) John Bulleri (9) John Bulleri (8) Ron Russell (50)

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

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)

1987 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)

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)

1984 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves 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)

1988 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Mark Gieseke (.449) Mark Gieseke (83) Mark Gieseke (48) Mike Ripplinger (50) Mike Ripplinger (25) Mark Gieseke (23) Mike Ripplinger (4) Mark Gieseke (8) Bob Childress (2.12) Brad Stoltenberg (107.1) Brad Stoltenberg (11) Bennett/Stoltenberg (4) Mike Frame (10) Erik Bennett (105)

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

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)

1985 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

Kevin Kobza (.465) Kevin Kobza (101) Kevin Kobza (64) Bobby Haase (63) Bobby Haase (30) Kevin Kobza (27) Bobby Haase (5) James Nutt (11) Steve Brueggemann (2.91) Steve Brueggemann (105.1) Steve Brueggemann (12) Steve Brueggemann (7) Steve Brueggemann (61)

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)

1986 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins Strikeouts

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)

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

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) 63

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1991 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Casey Simpson (.356) Rafael Maldonado (80) Dan Ferreira (47) Rafael Maldonado (55) John McCaustin (35) Ferreira/Maldonado (16) Four players (3) Eric Vorbeck (6) Scott Corliss (3.13) Mike Teich (105.0) Gary Wilson (9) Gary Wilson (5) Trevor Rodgers (4) Mike Teich (81)

1995 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

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)

1999 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Brandon Marshall (.325) Jesse Krebs (70) Brandon Marshall (33) Brandon Marshall (44) Aurelio Jackson (12) Brandon Marshall (16) Ryan Hodson (3) Daniel Harkness (6) Brian Gates (4.54) Pat Edwards (94.0) Chad Elliott (6) Brian Gates (3) Chad Elliott (3) Pat Edwards (56)

1992 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Matt Martinez (.350) Steve Kristy (64) Casey Simpson (45) Matt Martinez (52) Robert Randall (40) Will Fitzpatrick (14) Steve Kristy (6) Casey Simpson (9) Roland DeLaMaza (2.68) Roland DeLaMaza (111.0) Roland DeLaMaza (11) Erick Burns (4) Gary Wilson (4) Roland DeLaMaza (95)

1996 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Harvey Hargrove (.286) Harvey Hargrove (63) Harvey Hargrove (33) Harvey Hargrove (41) David Pruett (13) Harvey Hargrove (19) Harvey Hargrove (3) Jamie Estrada (9) Kris Zankich (5.46) Kevin Culmo (87.2) Ben Roussey (3) Kevin Culmo (4) Ben Roussey (3) Kevin Culmo (81)

2000 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)

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)

1997 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Harvey Hargrove (.361) Harvey Hargrove (79) Harvey Hargrove (62) Harvey Hargrove (49) Bolton/Gascon (12) Joel Walker (16) David Pruett (3) Harvey Hargrove (26) Brian Ballenger (7.43) Graham Mazur (79.1) Kris Zankich (4) Rodriguez/Mazur (3) Graham Mazur (2) Graham Mazur (84)

2001 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

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)

1994 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

1998 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Brandon Marshall (.398) Brandon Marshall (99) Jason Bolton (68) Brandon Marshall (70) Aurelio Jackson (12) Josh Payne (18) Elorduy/McGuire/Payne (3) Josh Payne (18) Dustin Tubb (6.90) Dustin Tubb (117.1) Dustin Tubb (7) Dustin Tubb (7) Rodriguez/Harris (1) Dustin Tubb (74)

2002 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

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)

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)

YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS LEADERS 2003 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

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)

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)

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)

2008 Average Hits RBI Runs SB Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Gabe Jacobo (.379) Gabe Jacobo (86) Gabe Jacobo (66) David Flores (53) Ryan Blair (15) David Flores (26) Blair/Jacobo (3) Gabe Jacobo (15) Trevor Paine (4.50) Trevor York (87.0) Orozco/Ramirez/Smith/York (4) Trevor York (1) Jeff Roth (4) Jose Ramirez (54)

2005 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Taylor Watanabe (.313) Jim Strombach (68) Brett Flowers (36) Jim Strombach (33) Jim Strombach (15) Jim Strombach (14) Jim Strombach (2) Wilson/Flowers (6) Marshall Hendon (1.98) Ethan Katz (95.2) Ethan Katz (6) Matt Campbell (2) Marshall Plouffe (5) Ethan Katz (67)

2009 Average Hits RBI Runs SB Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Blake Crosby (.397) Hunter Martinez (88) Tim Wheeler (72) Hunter Martinez (67) Tim Wheeler (15) Josh Powers (26) Tim Wheeler (3) Tim Wheeler (18) Alex Taku (2.79) Jesse Darrah (83.0) Jesse Darrah (9) Jesse Darrah/Tommy Elrod (1) Jeff Roth (6) Jesse Darrah (59)

Buddy Morales (.344) Gary Johnson (69) Montana Dye/David Flores (28) Buddy Morales (38) Jim Strombach/Everet Rincon (13) David Flores (16) Jim Strombach (3) Brian Blauser (9) Mel Cuckovich (2.03) Matt Campbell (90.0) Mick Joyce (5) Mick Joyce (3) Billy Sinacori (5) Travis Kane (60)

2010 Average Hits RBI Runs SB Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Trevor Paine (.381) Trevor Paine (67) Kirby Young (47) Josh Powers (41) Josh Powers (9) Josh Powers (12) Josh Powers (4) Trevor Paine (10) Andrew Galvan (4.98) Jesse Darrah (81.2) Creel/Chamberlin/Darrah (3) Brandon Sandoval (2) Andrew Galvan (6) Jesse Darrah (55)

2006 Average Hits RBI Runs SB Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

2011 Average Hits RBI Runs SB Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Blake Miller (.289) Blake Miller (54) Blake Miller (30) Derrick Chung (38) Kirby Young (8) Derrick Chung (18) Hunter Adrian (2) Blake Miller (7) Shea Lukes (3.32) Karl Maas (81.2) B. Sandoval/K. Maas (4) Brandon Sandoval (5) B. Sandoval/Brandon Creel (2) B. Sandoval/K. Maas (36)

2012 Average Rhys Hoskins (.353) Hits Derrick Chung (80) RBI Rhys Hoskins (53) Runs Rhys Hoskins (44) SB Derrick Chung (7) Doubles Will Soto (17) Triples Justin Higley (5) Home Runs Rhys Hoskins (10) ERA Tanner Mendonca (4.74) IP Tanner Mendonca (89.1) Wins Brennan Leitao (7) CG Brennan Leitao/Tanner Mendonca (2) Saves R.J. Davis (8) Strikeouts Tanner Mendonca (55)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS

Reggie Christiansen, John Smith and Cal Boyes

Year Head Coach Overall League Conference 1949 Warren Conrad 12-7 --- Independent 1950 William Miller 12-10 --- Independent 1951 Warren Conrad 12-9 --- Independent 1952 Warren Conrad 19-9 --- Independent 1953 Hal Wolf 12-5 --- Independent 1954 Hal Wolf 13-7 8-2 Far West $ 1955 Hal Wolf 14-11-1 8-2 Far West % 1956 Hal Wolf 18-5 9-1 Far West $ 1957 Cal Boyes 20-5 10-0 Far West % 1958 Hal Wolf 15-8 15-8 Far West % 1959 Hal Wolf 21-9 8-2 Far West $ 1960 Cal Boyes 29-9 7-3 Far West % 1961 Cal Boyes 22-14 7-3 Far West % 2nd place NAIA Tournament 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 --- Independent 1977 Glenn Brady 9-33 --- Independent 1978 Barry Woodhead 15-31-2 8-10 Far West 1979 John Smith 19-31 --- Independent 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 --- Independent 66

Year Head Coach Overall League Conference 1985 John Smith 41-26 NCAC % NCAA Regionals 1986 John Smith 42-24 NCAC % NCAA Regional Champions 1987 John Smith 38-22 --- Independent 1988 John Smith 43-21 --- Independent NCAA Regional Champions/World Series Runners-Up 1989 John Smith 35-18 --- Independent NCAA Regionals Fourth 1990* John Smith 34-25 --- Independent 1991 John Smith 41-23 --- Independent 1992 John Smith 32-25 --- Independent 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 --- Independent 2004 John Smith 29-32 --- Independent 2005 John Smith 20-36-1 --- Independent 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 2010 John Smith 18-35-1 7-17 WAC 2011 Reggie Christiansen 19-39 6-19 WAC 2012 Reggie Christiansen 31-28 11-7 WAC $ 2013 Reggie Christiansen - - WAC % League champion $ League co-champion * Hornets moved to Div. I starting with the 1990 season

POSTSEASON PLAY 1985 NCAA Div. II West Regional Pomona, Calif., May 16-18 L, 5-3, at Cal Poly Pomona W, 10-9, at Cal Poly Pomona L, 14-4, at Cal Poly Pomona W, 7-5, at Cal Poly Pomona L, 9-7, at Cal Poly Pomona

1988 NCAA Div. II West Regional Sacramento, Calif., May 20-22 W, 12-6, vs. Cal Poly Pomona W, 13-8, vs. Cal Poly Pomona W, 9-5, vs. Cal Poly Pomona

1986 NCAA Div. II West Regional Sacramento, Calif., May 15-17 W, 12-8, vs. CS Dominguez Hills W, 7-1, vs. CS Dominguez Hills L, 7-2, vs. CS Dominguez Hills W, 14-7, vs. CS Dominguez Hills NCAA Div. II World Series Montgomery, Ala., May 23-26 W, 14-12, vs. Univ. of Tampa L, 6-5, vs. Columbus W, 9-4, vs. New Haven L, 9-1, vs. Troy State

NCAA Div. II World Series Montgomery, Ala., May 27-31 W, 3-0, vs. Jacksonville State W, 5-3, vs. Lewis University L, 9-2, vs. Florida Southern W, 8-2, vs. Lewis University L, 5-4, vs. Florida Southern 1989 NCAA Div. II West Regional San Luis Obispo, Calif., May 19 L, 5-4, vs. San Francisco State L, 4-3, at Cal Poly 1998 Big West Tournament Fullerton and Long Beach, Calif., May 14-17 L, 8-7, at Long Beach State W, 6-5, at CS Fullerton W, 15-11, vs. UCSB L, 24-10, vs. Long Beach State

2006 WAC Tournament Fresno, Calif. May 25-28 L, 10-2, at No. 21 Fresno State L, 14-9, vs. Louisiana Tech 2007 WAC Tournament Reno, Nev., May 24-27 L, 10-2, vs. Fresno State L, 19-7, vs. Hawai’i 2008 WAC Tournament Ruston, La., May 22-25 L, 3-2, vs. Fresno State W, 8-5, vs. New Mexico State Lost, 15-5, vs. Nevada 2012 WAC Tournament Mesa, Ariz. (Hohokam Stadium), May 24-27 W, 15-5 (8) vs. Nevada W, 8-3 vs. Fresno State L, 9-6 vs. Fresno State L, 4-3 (13) vs. Fresno State

Gary Brown crashes into the catcher during the 1988 Div. II College World Series in Montgomery, Ala.

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HORNETS IN THE PROS Year Name 1952 Del Bandy 1954 Augie Amorena 1955 J.C. Masters 1957 Bobby Heath Glenn Streete 1961 Dean Andoe Dennis Dittmar 1962 Les Kuhnz 1965 Spider Thomas Danny Lund John Olander 1968 Sonny Dixon Gary Hill 1973 Buster Attebery 1975 Hal Readdick Steve Necoechea 1978 Jesse Flores 1980 Dennis Stowe John Bulleri LASHELLE TARVER 1981 Gary Weinberger (OF) Steve Eakes (SS) Chuck Beard (P) Dave Dunlop (IF/OF) Greg Chin 1982 Gary Weinberger (OF) 1984 Tod Marston (C) Mark Davis (P) Steve Brueggemann (P) 1985 Steve Brueggemann (P) James Nutt 1986 Chris Bennett (P) KEITH BROWN (P) Doug Eastman (OF) Doug Vontz 1987 Dennis Tafoya (P) Scott Selner (IF) Eric Johnson (1B) R. Buffolino (P) Brian Grose (IF) Ried Gunter Shane Jenny Kevin Ohama 1988 Brad Stoltenberg (P) 1989 ERIK BENNETT (P) Bob Blankenship (P) Bill Cramer (C) Eric Bates (P) Mark Gieseke (1B) Mike Frame (P) Quinn Gregory (OF) Pat Jurado (P) 1990 James Daspit (P) Mike Friedland (C) Jerry Nyman (OF) 1991 Tim Doyle (P) John Quintell (C) Mike Teich (P) Eric Vorbeck (OF) S. Blankenship (SS) Dan Ferreira (3B) Ron Richard (SS) 68

Team Round Sacramento Solons San Francisco Seals Unknown White Sox Unknown White Sox Kansas City California Boston Yankees St. Louis Kansas City Mets San Francisco Milwaukee Oakland Toronto Oakland Oakland METS Oakland 23 California 24 Los Angeles 26 Los Angeles 27 Los Angeles FA Montreal 29 Yankees 31 Mets 26 Mets 31 Mets 35 Salt Lake City FA Philadelphia 9 CINCINNATI 21 Cincinnati 25 Montreal FA Houston 25 Cincinnati 26 Los Angeles 31 San Francisco 41 Montreal FA San Francisco FA Montreal FA Salt Lake City FA Yankees 45 CALIFORNIA 4 Cincinnati 21 Montreal 27 Cincinnati 31 San Diego 35 Los Angeles FA Reno FA Montreal FA Los Angeles 14 Montreal FA Montreal FA Oakland 6 Yankees 24 Pittsburgh 32 Los Angeles 44 Milwaukee FA Salt Lake City FA Los Angeles FA

Keith Brown (18) and Erik Bennett (20) were teammates in 1986. Year Name 1992 GARY WILSON (P) 1993 ROLAND DE LA MAZA (P) Will Fitzpatrick (1B) Matt Martinez (2B) Todd Hall (SS) Tony Turnbull (C) Mike Kane (P) 1994 Ray Brown (OF) Robert Randall (OF) Steve Thobe (P) 1995 Mike Eby (P) Mike Carpentier (SS) 1996 Kevin Culmo (P) 1997 Harvey Hargrove (2B) 1998 Dan Elorduy (1B/OF) 2000 Chad Elliott (P) Casey Martinez (C) Jesse Krebs (SS) J. McFarland (OF) 2002 Casey Fuller (OF) Jeff Groeger (P) 2003 Chris Kinsey (P) Jesse Schmidt (OF) Mikela Olsen (OF) Steve Correa (P) 2004 Jack Arroyo (IF) Craig Johnson (OF) John Acha (IF) Bret LeVier (IF) 2005 Ethan Katz (RHP) Warren Rosebrock (RHP) 2007 Mitch Lively (RHP) Montana Dye (OF) 2008 Gabe Jacobo (3B) David Flores (3B) Ryan Blair (OF) 2009 Tim Wheeler (CF) Blake Crosby (1B) 2010 Josh Powers (IF) 2011 Kirby Young (OF) 2012 R.J. Davis (RHP) Derrick Chung (C/IF)

Team PITTSBURGH CLEVELAND Pocatello Florida White Sox Florida California Cincinnati Newark Pittsburgh Detroit Los Angeles Los Angeles Seattle Atlanta Mets Toronto Solano Feather River Colorado Cincinnati Arizona Giants Florida Mets Seattle San Diego San Francisco Red Sox Colorado Texas Colorado Chillicothe LA Angels Houston Cleveland Colorado Oakland Colorado LA Angels Tampa Bay Toronto

BOLD CAPS: Played in Major League Baseball (5)

Round 14 14 FA 26 46 FA FA FA FA FA FA FA FA 6 FA 15 26 FA FA FA FA 4 10 15 FA 18 19 19 FA 26 41 16 FA 10 18 21 1 42 FA FA 20 31

ALL-TIME BASEBALL ROSTER All-time roster dates back to 1949 A Aaberg, Bob (1964-65) Abbott, Lance (2008) Abbott, Nate (1994) Acha, John (2003-04) Adams, Ken (1975) Addington, Bud (1961-62) Adrian, Hunter (2011-12) Agbulos, Carl (1963) Agundez, John (1987) Alberghini, Mike (1967-68) Alexander, Eddie (1960) Alvarez, Ruben (1956) Amaral, Steven (2011) Amarante, Ron (1969) Amorena, Augie (1951-53) Anderson, Todd (1984-85) Andoe, Dean (1960-61) Anicich, Al (1956) Anicich, Vince (1980) Antinetti, Al (1958) Antinetti, Norm (1958) Areu, Ozzie (1995) Armendariz III, John (1983) Arnet, Earl (1949) Arroyo, Jack (2003-04) Ash, Ron (1987-88) Atchue, Seth (2001) Atnip, Ron (1963) Atrat, Kyle (2006) Attenery, Buster (1972-73) Attebery, Robert (1982) Aubert, William (1982) Aure, Kyle (2004) Avilia, Tom (1984-85) Ayers, Andrew (2010-pres.) Axelrod, Tyler (2007) B Bach, Dick (1959-62) Baek, Chris (2008-09) Bailey, Ron (1969) Bakos, John (1984) Balanza, Gene (1968-69) Balderramos, A. (1994-95) Baldwin, Bill (1949) Ballard, Keith (1980) Ballenger, Brian (1997-98) Ballis, Justin (1999) Balog, Mike (1979) Bandy, Del (1950-53) Baptista, John (1973-74) Barba, Tito (2001-02) Barker, Joe (1957-58) Barney, Ron (1975) Barrango, Chris (1995) Barry, Bill (1982) Barsotti, Ernie (1969) Barzilli, Julian (2012) Bassey, Justin (2001) Bates, Corey (1966)

Beall, Vince (1993-94) Beard, Chuck (1980-81) Beauchemin, Jon (1993) Beeman, Jason (1993-94) Behl, Doug (1960-63) Belcastro, Joe (1963-64) Bender, Mike (2000-01) Benjamine, Mike (1971) Bennett, Chris (1986) Bennett, Erik (1987-89) Berens, Bob (1979) Bertolucci, Larry (1964-65) Best, Tom (1965-66) Bivens, Russ (1956) Blair, Ryan (2007-08) Blair, Shea (2004) Blankenship, Bob (1987-88) Blankenship, Shawn (1991) Blauser, Brian (2003-06) Bodding, Ben (1968-69) Bodenhammer, Jim (1966-69) Bolton, Jason (1997-98) Bonilla, Steve (1980-81) Borcalli, Francis (1960-61) Borghino, Jeff (1998-99) Borgia, John (1949) Bowlin, Charles (1982-83) Boyd, Brian (2007-08) Boyte, Greg (1973-76) Brackins, Mike (1987-88) Braio, Andy (1959-62) Braun, Jeffery (1971) Brazell, Don (1966-67) Bredy, Steve (1979) Brennan, Chris (1995) Brenning, Ben (1959-60) Brooks, Jim (1982) Brown, Al (1953) Brown, Albie (1952-53) 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 (1984-85) Brueggemann, Steve (1984-85) Brunelli, Nick (1985) Bruno, Pete (1965) Buchman, Scott (1997) Buchta, Nick (2008-09) Buffolino, Rocco (1986-87) Bulleri, John (1979-80) Bunger, Brian (1987) Burcham, Scotty (2012-pres.) Burns, Chad (1991) Burns, Erick (1993) Butler, Mike (2000) Byers, Ed (1979) C Caine, Chris (1994-95) Calcagno, Frank (1965)

Callahan, Terry (1986) Campbell, Bob (1982) Campbell, Jerry (1968) Campbell, Matt (2005-06) Canter, Joe (1998) Caraveo, Orlando (1986-87) Carder, Rick (1970-73) Carnesecca, Lello (1979) Carpenter, Bob (1981-82) Carpentier, Mike (1993-95) Carruth, Leigh (1994) Carson, Keith (2000-02) Casali, Jim (1955) Casteel, Brian (1986-87) Caudle, Charlie (1956-57) Cederquist, Clay (2012-pres.) Celillo, Mario (2001-02) Chadwick, Dallas (2011-pres.) Chamberlin, James (2010-11) Chabiel, Fred (1966) Chapan, Kasey (2012) Chatham, Jim (1959, 1961) Chavez, Chirs (1990) Chevial, Matt (1999) Childers, Bob (1988) Chilton, Jake (2010-11) Christian, Mike (1987) Christensen, Marc (1981-82) Christensen, Kyle (2005-06) Chung, Derrick (2008-12) Church, Bernie (1966-67) Ciani, Bobby (2001-03) Clark, Casey (2000) Clayson, Dave (1975) Cleland, Rennie (1971-72) Coggeshall, Keith (1956-58) Colla, Guido (1949) Conrad, Warren (1949) Conradi, Brian (2005-06) Contreras, Gerald (1984-85) Contreras, Jerry (1980) Cooke, Jeff (1997) Cooper, Erik (1993-94) Corliss, Scott (1991) Cornwell, Conrad (1979-80) Correa, Steve (2003) Correia, Al (1967) Cortese, James (1985) Coxe, Woody (1966-67) Craft, Monty (1985-86) Cramer, Bill (1988) Creamer, Kevin (1987-88) Creel, Brandon (2010-pres.) Crosby, Blake (2007-09) Crouch, Aaron (2009) Crump, Bob (1985-86) Cruz, Ron (1985) Cuckovich, Mel (2003-07) Cuckovich, Steve (2000-03) Cuddy, Bruce (1970) Cuddy, Dennis (1969-70) Culmo, Kevin (1996) Cummings, Terry (1958)

Cummins, Patrick (2006-07) Curran, Deron (1985-86) D Dahme, Al (1965) Dalton, Art (1980) Darrah, Jesse (2009-10) Daspit, James (1990) Davis, Chuck (1963-64) Davis, Eli (2011) Davis, Mark (1983-84) Davis, R.J. (2012) Day, Bill (1959) DeAlba, Jay (1985-86) DeBortoli, Doug (1964-65) Decker, Dusty (2002) Dees, Clifford (1982) DeFreece, Chris (1986-87) Del Chiaro, Bob (1971-72) Del Grande, David (2011-pres.) DeLaMaza, Roland (1993) DeLeon, Jim (1956, 1958) DeLeon, Syl (1958) Dellaserra, Dan (1985) Demé, Justin (2004-06) Denczek, Dan (1985) Dennis, Elmer (1949) DeRoss, Dennis (1968-69) DeVisscher, Jon (1967-69) Diaz, Eric (1979-80) Dichiara, Dick (1963-65) Dickey, Dwight (1953-54) Digitale, Mel (1970-71) Dillon, Tom (1996) Dittman, Dennis (1961) Dixon, Casey (1995) Dixon, John “Sonny” (1967-68) Doerksen, Erv (1963-64) 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) Dudycha, Ed (1960) Dugger, Bob (1961-62) Dugger, Harold (1962-63 Dunlop, Dave (1981-83) Durham, Eddie (1993) Dye, Montana (2006-07) E Eakes, Steve (1981) Eastman, Doug (1986) Eaton, John (1956-57) Eby, Mike (1993-95) Edgar, John (1964-65) Edgecumbe, Sean (2012) Edwards, Pat (1999-2000) Elrod, Tommy (2008-10) Elliott, Chad (1999-2000) Elorduy, Dan (1995, 97-98) 69

ALL-TIME BASEBALL ROSTER (CONT.) Elorduy, Mike (1965) Elorduy, Rich (1966) Elorduy, Jeff (1999) Elorduy, Todd (1993-94) Endres, Ron (1979) Epps, Don (1961) Ernst, Mike (1986, 88) Escamilla, Brian (1987-90) Espa単a, Joe (2008-09) Estrada, Jaime (1996) Evans, Joe (2001-02) F Fadelli, Mike (1991) Fain, Don (1961) Fallon, Jack (1954) Faraclas, Makel (1966) Farley, Milton (1952) Farmer, Michael (1993) Fassett, Jerry (1952) Fauble, Bruce (1974) Fearn, Neil (1951-52) Felder, Marcus (1988) Feldmann, Jerry (1979) Fenocchio, Floyd (1958) Fernandez, Manny (1993) Ferreira, Dan (1990-91) Ferreira, Greg (1986) Fess, Mark (1969, 1973-74) Fichtner, Brian (1988) Fidler, Larry (1973) Filice, Brian (2009) Fitzpatrick, Will (1990-93) Flint, Nick (1971) Flores, Abraham (1985-86) Flores, David (2005-08) Flores, Jessie (1974-75) Flowers, Brett (2004-05) Fong, Roger (1960-61) Ford, Michael (1998-99) Fracolas, Makel (1965-66) Fraga, Bob (1982-83) Francis, Dave (1966-67) Frame, Mike (1987-88) Frank, Kris (1995-96) Fregosi, Eric (2008-09) French, Dave (1982-83) Friedland, Mike (1989-90) Frierson, Brian (1982) Fuller, Casey (2001-02) Furchner, Steve (1989-90) Furtado, Brian (1994) Furtado, Ken (1982-83) Furtado, Mike (1965-68) G Gallagher, Ryan (2002) Galvan, Andrew (2010-11) Galvez, Fred (1951) Galvin, Dick (1950-52) Garavaglia, Mike (1979-80) Garcia, Jon (1994-95) Garcia, Paco (1994-95) 70

Gardner, Gene (1952) Garrett, Chris (1990) Gascon, Pete (1997) Gasper, Lou (1971-72) Gates, Brian (1998) Georgis, Chris (1953) Gewaski, Dick (1949) Geyer, Joe (1952-53) Giacomini, Jeff (2007) Gieseke, Mark (1988-89) Gill, Danny (2002) Gillette, Jim (1972-73) Gillman, Brian (1997-98) Glorioso, Dan (1980) Gonzales, Bob (1984-85) Gonzales, Rosendo (1979) Gonzalez, Benny (2001) Gonzalez, Mike (1972) Gonzalez, Rick (1999-2000) Gonzalez, Tommy (2007) Goodwin, Derek (2011) Goto, George (1953) Goulding, Bob (1968) Grable, Mel (1960) Grace, Gabriel (1959) Gracio, Rocky (2003) Graf, Bob (1969-70) Graf, Jim (1969-70) Grant, Daryl (2001) Grant, Rick (1986) Greene, Bob (1951) Greene, Jim (1961-63) Greenly, John (1973) Greenwood, Hunter (2011-pres.) Gregory, Quinn (1988) Gritts, Charlie (1959) Groeger, Jeff (2001-02) Grose, Brian (1986-87) Guary, Darnell (2005) Guglielmo, Mike (2010) Gunter, Brad (1996) Gunter, John (1969) Gunter, Reid (1987) Guntz, Joe (2003) Gutierrrez, Camilo (1998) Guy, Corky (1959) Guzman, Vince (1982) H Haase, Bob (1983-85) Hague, Scott (1983) Hall, Brandon (2004-05) Hall, Nason (1955) Hall, Todd (1992-93) Halpin, Tom (1979) Hambro, Stu (1983) Hamilton, Rod (1957) Hampton, Jason (2010-pres.) Hankard, John (1982-83) Hanlon, Bob (1950-51) Hannah, Jeff (2007-08) Hannigan, Tom (1949) Hansen, Ryan (1998-99)

Hansen, Steve (1986-88) Haren, Larry (1972, 74) Hargrove, Harvey (1995-97) Harkness, Daniel (1998-99) Haro, Bruce (1993) Harr, Tom (1966) Harris, Harold (1951) Harris, Ken (1979) Harris, Nate (1972) Harris, T.J. (1998-2000) Harrison, Brent (2009) Harrison, Ron (1975) Hartman, Bob (1961) Hasbrouch, Ron (1964) Haselhuhn, Jason (1996) Hassenflug, Mark (1982) Hatley, Doug (1961) Heath, Bob (1956-57) Heinrich, Chuck (1968-69) Heitz, Greg (1994-96) Henderson, Ron (1964) Hendon, Marshall (2004-05) Henson, Rich (1995-97, 99) Heron, Jack (1950) Hewitt, Brian (1988-89) Hick, Gregory (1984) Highland, Erik (1996-97) Higley, Justin (2011-pres.) Hill, Dave (1962) Hill, Gary (1967-68) Hill, Jack (1969-71) Hilleary, Gil (1971-72) Hillerman, Sandy (1968) Hinkle, Cliff (2003-05) Hintz, Hamilton (1953) Hnilo, Andy (2004) Hocking, Bob (1956) Hocking, Tom (1955-56) Hodgson, Ryan (1998-99) Hoelzen, Tyler (2012-pres.) Honeycutt, Clint (2002) Hood, Wally, (1954) Hoover, Bill (1996-99) Hopper, Terry (1988-89) Hopson, Frank (1966-67) Horigan, Dan (1982-83) Horn, Daryl (1988-89) Hoskins, Rhys (2012-pres.) Hosman, Wayne (1971) Hotell, Dave (1955) Hottman, Brent (2008-12) Houghton, Mike (1967) Hourigan, Daniel (1982-83) Howell, Bernie (1994) Hoy, Ron (1955) Hudgens, Gordon (1974) Hull, Greg (1983-84) Hunt-Murray, Chase (2012) Hunter, Mike (1974) I Inchausti, Mike (1967) Iwanega, Akio (1955)

J Jackson, Aurelio (1998-2001) Jackson, Kirk (1984) 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) Johnson, Roger (1971-72) Johnston, Mike (1985-86) Jones, Mike (1964, 66) 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) Kaeser, Jerry (1953) Kane, Mike (1993) Kane, Travis (2005-06) Kantz, Gary (1982-83) Kassebaum, Travis (2004-05) Kato, Ryan (1989-90) Katz, Del 1960) Katz, Ethan (2004-05) Katz, Gary (1981-83) Kawahata, Harry (1959) Kawahata, Rich (1962-64) Keiper, Pat (2005-06) Kelley, Larry (1958-59) Kelly, Kevin (1974-75) Kelly, Pat (1972-73) Kempster, Dick (1959-62) Key, Bill (1959-60) Kiefer, Phil (1961) Kight, Jeff (1993) King, Brian (1995) King, Richard (1980-81) King, Val (1984) Kinney, Will (1958-59) Kinsey, Chris (2001-03) Kinyon, Steve (1982) Kirk, Pat (1994) Kirkman, Travis (2007-08) Kirtlan, Jason (1994-995) Kirtlan, Josh (1993-94) Knezovich, Don (1952-53) Knighton, Shad (1993) Knop, Mike (1989-90) Knopf, Andy (1990-91) Kobza, Kevin (1985) Konarski, Tim (1987-88) Kopas, Daniel (2012) Kouklis, Manny (1957-58) Kraemer, Garrett (2012-pres.)

ALL-TIME BASEBALL ROSTER (CONT.) Kraus, Bill (1979) Krebs, Jesse (1999-2000) Kristy, Steve (1990) Kuhnz, Les (1961-62) Kushan, Dave (1991) Kuykendall, Sam (2011) L LaChapelle, Rich (1970-71) Lackey, Dan (1980) Lamb, Justin (2009-11) Land, Dan (1983) Larson, Dennis (1961) Larson, George (1953-54) Larson, Lance (1989-90) LaTona, Ted (1949) Lazarus, Bob (1957) Lee, Bob (1957) Lee, David (1988) Leggins, Dave (1983) Lehtola, Bob (1952) Leitao, Brennan (2012-pres.) Lentini, Vince (1986-87) Leonard, Leslie (1972) Lesky, Lorenzo (1987-88) Levin, Josh (2005-06) LeVier, Bret (2002-04) Lilakos, John (1980) Linn, Bud (1957, 59) Lively, Mitch (2004-07) Livesey, Ken (2005) LoForte, Andy (1964-67) Longo, Pat (1987) Lopez, Mike (1973-75) Loud, Carter (2011) Lovotti, Paul (1971) Lowden, Tony (1995) Loynd, Charlie (1985) Loza, Raul (1983) Lujan, John (1971) Lukes, Shea (2011-pres.) Lund, Dan (1971) Lunsford, Gary (1989) Lusk, Dave (2000-01) Luzo, Andy (1967) M Maas, Karl (2011) Machado, Jr., Ronnie (2004-06) Madera, Steve (1982-83) Magee, Ryan (2007-08) Maghan, Tim (2000-01) Maldonado, Rafael (1990-91) Manfredi, Al (1963-64) Mange, Bob (1963-64) Manly, Todd (1991) Mann, Larry (1949-50) Margetich, Tim (1967-68) Marks, Lou (1959) Marks, Norm (1961-62) Marshall, Brandon (1998-99) Marston, Todd (1983-84) Martineau, Greg (1991)

Martinelli, Bob (1957) Martinez, Alfonso (1981-82) Martinez, Casey (1998-2000) Martinez, Hunter (2008-09) Martinez, Jim (1974-75) Martinez, John (1964) Martinez, Matt (1992-93) Martinez, Raul (1980-82) Marzion, Kevin (2002) Masters, J.C. (1954-5) Mathews, Bob (1970-71) Matich, Dan (1968) Mattson Jr., Ronald (1982-83) May, Kenny (1974-75) May, Rich (1975) Mayer, Terry (1970-73) Mazur, Graham (1997) Mazzei, John (1955-58) McCall, Brian (1996-97) McCarthy, Dan (2009-10) McCarthy, John (1986) McCaustlin, John (1990-91) McClung, Stan (1953) McClusky, Pat (1974-75) McConlogue, John (1985-86) McCormack, Chris (2002) McCreary, Ray (1961) McDaniel, Roy (1983-84) McDermott, Mark (1972-73) McFarland, Jimmy (1999-2000) McGilvray, Don (1960) McGuire, Shawn (1997-98) McKenzie, Don (1950) McNamara, Francis (1954) McRorie, Darrell (1960-61) McTaffert, John (1990) Medeiros, Vern (1971-73) Meek, Cal (1958-59) Meek, Ray (1984-85) Melton, Todd (1985) Mendonca, Tanner (2011-pres.) Mendonsa, Kurt (2001) Merin, Ryan (1993-96) Merin, Scott (1997) Merriman, Mike (1970) Mestas, R.J. (1985-86) Mettler, Shelton (1970) Meyer, Greg (2012-pres.) Meyer, Todd (1986) Mezzaneras, Justin (2009-10) Mikenas, Jason (1996) Miles, Fred (1967-68) Miller, Blake (2010-11) Minnick, Rudy (1964-66) Miranda, Mike (2001) Mirtoni, Matt (1995-96) Moak, Don (1966-67) Moeller, Fred (1955-56) Moffat, Andy (1993-95) Mohr, Andy (2003-04) Mols, Chris (2003-07) Montgomery, Bob (1959-60) Moore, Jason (1994-95)

Mora, Jesse (1997) Mora, Steve (1997) Morales, Buddy (2004-06) Morales, Carlos (2000-01) Morgan, Bill (1950-51) Morgan, Bob (1949) Morgan, Zach (2011-pres.) Moses, Kyle (2012-pres.) Mumma, Bill (1951) Murry, Bob (1949) Musillami, Rich (1969-70) Myas, Gary (1980) Myers, Matthew (1994) N Nanini, Don (1960-61) Napoli, Bob (1961-62) Napoli, Len (196-3-64) Navares, Desi (1968-70) Nave, Chris (1993-95) Neary, Brian (1983) Necoechea, Steve (1975) Nelson, Bob (1954-56) Nelson, Don (1964) Newell, Bob (1966) Newman, Eric (1984) Nichols, Ty (2012-pres.) Nielsen, Matt (2000) Nixon, Gordon (1955-56) Noriel, Don (1968-69) Norris, Eric (1982-83) Nunes, Dick (1957-59) Nunez, A.J. (2010-11) Nutt, James (1984-85) Nyman, Jerry (1989-90) O Oberlin, Wes (2007-08) Ogle, Kevin (1989-90 Olander, John (1961, 64-65) Ohama, Kevin (1986-87) Olivarria, Mike (1987-88) Oliver, Paul (1974-75) Olsen, Mikela (2003) Olson, Dave (1986-87) Olson, Dick (1955-57) O’Miela, Jim (1957) O’Neill, Bob (1984-85) Orozco, Alvaro (2007-08) Ortega, Eric (2002) Ortiz, Gabriel (1980) Ortiz, Jim (1971-72) Osborn, Bob (1949-50) Osborne, Michael (1982-83) Otsuka, Ivan (2008-09) Ott, Bill (1954) Overly, Willie (1962) P Pagenkopf, Jerry (1966-67) Paine, Trevor (2008-12) Palmidessi, Pete (1974) Painter, David (1979)

Paisano, Allen (1998) Pajcin, Vladimir (1991) Parino, Johnny (1972) Parker, Jim (1965-66) Parquette, J.R. (1989-90) Parsons, Don (1949-50) Pasavento, Ken (1997) Patterson, John (1949-50) Pauletto, Roger (1964-65) Paulk, Dave (1991) Pavone, Mike (1971-74) Payne, Josh (1997-98) Pearce, Gregg (1993) Pechter, Howard (1990-91) Pedretti, Atch (1953-55) Pedretti, Ezio (1954) Pedretti, Frank (1956-57) Pegram, Ed (1955-57) Penbera, Michael (1999-2001) Perkinson, Lee (1979) Perrin, John (1986) Perry, Robert (1994) Pesavento, Ken (1996) Pesehn, Pete (1952-53) Peterson, Ralph (1964-67) Peterson, Sam (1986) Piacintini, Dan (1970-71) Pickett, George (1958) Pierce, Jeremy (1998) Pierrucci, Dick (1951) Pierrucci, Marino (1949-50) Pikas, Charles (1994, 97) Pintar, John (1956-58) Plouffe, Marshall (2001-05) Podesta, Dave (1965) Pope, Brad (1991) Portugal, Chris (1993) Posehn, Pete (1953) Potulny, Natt (1982-83) Powell, Aaron (2003) Powell, George (1987) Powers, Josh (2009-10) Prieto, Omar (1998-99) Proud, Jeff (1999-2000) Pruett, David (1996-97) Pugliese, Tom (1962-63) Pullaro, Sam (1954-56) Q Quattrin, Gary (1963-64) Quezada, Raul (1959-60) Quintell, Jason (1994-97) Quintell, John (1990-91) R Rainey, Davell (1982-83) Rakela, Adam (2001) Ramey, Jim (1953) Ramirez, Jose (2008-10) Ramsey, Jack (1956) Randall, Robert (1990-93) Ranlett, John (1949-50) Readdick, Hal (1974-75) 71

ALL-TIME BASEBALL ROSTER (CONT.) Reading, Cori (1980) Reali, Kevin (1990-91) Rebensdorf, D. (1986-87) Reed, Greg (1967-69) Reed, Kris (1996-98) Reese, Rich (1965) Reimer, Tim (2002-03) Renwick, Dick (1953-54, 57) Rezzonico, Mike (1956) Rice, John (1967, 70-71) Richard, Ron (1991) Richards, Shelby (1971-72) Ridenhour, Bob (1979-82) Rios, Ed (1970-71) Rincon, Everet (2002-06) Ripplinger, Mike (1988) Rivera, Angel (1980) Rivera, Willie (1994-95) Robart, Ron (1991) Robb, Bob (1973) Roberts, Mike (1966-67) Robinson, Joey (2000-01) Rodgers, Toby (1994) Rodgers, Trevor (1990-91) Rodness, Bob (1950-52) Rodriguez, Arturo (1984) Rodriguez, Mark (1997-98) Roe, Don (1986) Roscorla, Brude (1973-75) Rosebrock, Warren (2002-05) Roses, Guillermo (1988) Roth, Jeff (2008-09) Roussey, Ben (1996-98) Rowley, Roy (1964-65) Rumelhart, Jim (1979) Runyan, Don (1957-60) Russell, Ron (1979) Ryan, Bill (1959) S Sabatke, Tyler (1997) Salvemini, Anthony (1999) Samuels, Geoff (1989-90) Saner, Don (1954) Santillano, George (1985) Sarraf, Cyrus (2006-07) Sandoval, Brandon (2008-11) Santiago, Pedro (2002-05) Santillano, George (1985) Scanavino, Ken (1961) Schields, Mike (1984-85) Schlager, John (2006-07 Schroeder, Gene (1957-60) Schwall, Irv (1949-51) Schwartz, Eddie (1963-64) Schields, Mike (1984-85) Schmidt, Jesse (2003) Schuler, Joshua (1998-99) Schuseizer, Steve (1988) Schwarze, Chris (1995) Sciola, Tony (1996) Segal, Alan (1979) Sellner, Scott (1987) 72

Separovich, Rich (1956-59) Shaul, Roger (1975) Sheets, James (1981-82) Sherer, Ken (1960) Sherman, Mel (1954-55) Shotwell, Dean (1982-83) Siino, Jeff (1983-84) Silva, Jerry (1971) Silvan, Bill (1989-90) Silver, Merrill (1959) Silviera, Norm (1950-51) Simkins, Bob (1949) Simpson, Casey (1990-91) Sinacori, Billy (2004-07) Sloss, Dale (1986) Smallcomb, Kevin (1981-82) Smith, Al (1960) Smith, Brian (2008-09) Smith, Dan (1968-70) Smith, Dan (2003) Smith, Darwin (1962-63) Smith, John (1972-73) Smith, Justin (1994) Soto, Ed (1956) Soto, Joe (1969-70) Soto, Will (2011-pres.) Souza, Kui (1993-94) Spears, Richard (1984-85) Spurling, Devin (2006-07) Standart, Bill (1980) Stark, Terren (1982-83) Steen, Bob (1951-52) Stefanko, Mike (1964) Steinke, Gerry (1963-64) Stelzriede, Renecke (2003-04) Stephenson, Harold (1964-65) Stevens, Bob (1975) Stevens, Frank (1960) Steward, Hal (1971) Stimack, Jay (1973) Stinson, Doug (2008) Stoltenberg, Brad (1987-88) Stone, Ross (1963-64) Stoneking, Ralph (1979) Stowe, Dennis (1979-80) Stowe, Milt (1973-74) Streeter, Glen (1956-57) Strickland, Darrell (1960-62) Strombach, Jim (2003-06) Stuart, Harry (1949) Stunz, Carl (1985) Sturges, Brian (1993-95) Subry, Bill (1960) Sullivan, Michael (1983-84) Sullivan, Sean (1991) Sutton, Terry (1974) Swafford, Dan (1995-96) Swimley, Chuck (1963-64) Sylvester, Dan (1958) T Taber, Jim (1988) Tafoya, Dennis (1987)

Taku, Alex (2009) Tanigawa, Brett (2004-08) Tarver, Lashelle (1980) Tate, Mike (1973-74) Taylor, Chuck (1956) Taylor, Eddie (1996-97) Taylor, Gordon (1951) Taylor, Jon (2009) Teich, Mike (1991) Thobe, Steven (1994) Thomas, Buddy (1983-84) Thomas, Jim “Spider” (1963-65) Thomas, Ken (1958) Thomas, Matthew (1974-75) Thomas III, Robert (1983-84) Thurman, Doug (1990-91) Tibbetts, Scott (1990) Tobia, Bill (1958) Tobias, Steve (1968-69) Todd, Logan (2010) Torres, Memo (1987) Travale, John (1979-80) Troedson, Guy (1951-52) Tsukamoto, Jim (1950) Tubb, Dustin (1998-99) Turnbull, Tony (1990-93) Turner, Dave (2001-02) Turner, Dax (2011) Twitchell, Jim (1987-88) Tyner, Curt (192-73) U Upchurch, Patrick (2012) V Valentino, John (1949-50) Van Camp, Marc (1979) Van Scoy, George (1957) Van Schaack, Chris (1985) VanSchaack, Chris (1985) Vance, John (1991) Veiga, Mark (1984-85) Vernatchi, George (1949-50) Vetter, Dan (1994-95) Villegas, David (1988) Vinall, Rod (1958-59) Visger, Shawn (1998-99) Voet, Gary (1972) Vontz, Doug (1985-86) Vorbeck, Eric (1990-91) Vossler, Jim (1966-67) W Wade, Steve (1975) Wagner, Eric (1991) Wagner, Hank (1954-55) Walker, Joel (1997-98) Walker, John (1972) Walker, Larry (1959-60) Wallace, Kim (1961-62) Walsh, Steve (1975) Warnock, Dave (1956) Watanabe, Taylor (2004-08)

Watts, Corey (2003) Weber, Andy (2000) Weekly, Marv (1960) Weeks, Robbie (1993) Weglin, Corey (2008) Weinberger, Gary (1981-82) Weinberger, Marlin (1966) Weiss, Mike (2008-09) Wells, Omar (1990) Welpott, Doug (1988) Wesnausky, Bill (1969-70) West, Jimmy (1999-2000) Wheat, Ron (1966) Wheeler, James (2003-06) Wheeler, Tim (2007-09) White, Bob (1954-56) White, Josh (2007) White, Kevin (1983) White, Mike (1994-95) Wilcox, Larry (1965) Willett, Mike (1972-73) Williams, Cory (2000-01) Williams, Gene (1951) Williams, Harry (1964) Williams, Mark (1996-97) Williams, Rex (1968) Williamson, Ron (1962-63) Willis, Chris (1995-96) Wilson, Gary (1990-92) Wilson, Matt (2002-05) Wilson, Rick (1973-74) Wolf, Hal (1953) Y Yackovich, Brian (1981-82) Yokota, Jim (1957-58) York, Trevor (2007-10) Young, Kirby (2010-11) Younglove, Dennis (1967-70) Z Zalasky, Pat (1993) Zancanelli, Gary (1987) Zancaner, Todd (1995-98) Zankich, Kris (1995-97) Zanze, Roger (1973-74) Zeebuyth, John (1961) Zuccaro, Dan (1979) Zunino, Tom (1957-58) All-time roster dates back to 1949

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2/2 2/7 2/8 2/8 2/9 2/11 2/11 2/12 2/14 2/22 2/25 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/9 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3.28 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/16 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/29 5/1 5/1 5/6 5/15 5/16 5/16 5/17 5/23 5/25 5/26 5/26

1986 Overall: 42-24 Coach: John Smith UC Davis W, 7-6 Chico St. L, 5-4 Stanislaus St. L, 5-3 Stanislaus St. T, 6-6 UC Davis W, 11-5 Nevada W, 4-0 Nevada W, 3-2 at UC Davis L, 4-2 Chico St. L, 9-3 at Chico St. W, 4-3 at San Francisco St. W, 15-3 at San Francisco St. W, 11-4 San Francisco St. W, 12-11 Sonoma St. W, 8-2 at Sonoma St. W, 6-3 at Sonoma St. W, 6-0 Oregon St. W, 4-3 Oregon St. L, 1-0 at UC Davis L, 7-3 San Francisco L, 7-6 at Pacific L, 4-6 Pacific W, 17-5 Pacific W, 3-1 at San Francisco W, 6-2 vs. Hawai’i Pacific W, 10-6 vs. Waseda W, 12-2 vs. Georgia Tech L, 4-3 vs. Santa Clara W, 8-1 at Hawai’i L, 18-4 at Hawai’i W, 4-2 vs. Waseda W, 4-2 vs. Hawai’i Pacific W, 5-4 CSU Hayward W, 7-0 California W, 4-3 LaVerne W, 2-1 LaVerne W, 10-3 at Pepperdine W, 2-1 at Pepperdine W, 6-5 at CSU Los Angeles W, 15-6 Sonoma St. W, 5-1 at Loyola Marymount L, 14-8 at Loyola Marymount W, 8-6 at Loyola Marymount L,13-3 Oregon Tech W, 7-2 Oregon Tech L, 3-2 at Saint Mary’s W, 7-0 Saint Mary’s W, 6-5 Saint Mary’s L, 4-3 UC Davis W, 10-5 US International L, 5-2 US International L, 6-4 US International L, 5-4 at Santa Clara L, 6-4 Chico St. W, 8-2 Chico St. W, 8-2 at Fresno St. L, 5-4 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 12-8 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 7-1 CSU Dominguez Hills L, 7-2 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 14-7 vs. Tampa W, 14-12 vs. Columbus L, 6-5 vs. New Haven W, 9-4 vs. Troy St. L, 9-1

1987 Overall: 38-22 Coach: John Smith 1/31 at Chico St. L, 5-3 1/31 at Chico St. L, 5-3 2/1 San Jose St. L, 15-0 2/1 San Jose St. W, 9-1 2/3 Chico St. 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 CSU Los Angeles W, 2-0 2/14 CSU Los Angeles W, 3-0 2/15 CSU Los Angeles L, 8-4 2/17 San Francisco 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 San Francisco W, 7-2 2/27 Sonoma St. W, 7-5 2/28 at Sonoma St. W, 5-3 2/28 at Sonoma St. L, 5-1 3/3 at San Jose St. L, 1-0 3/7 at Oregon St. W, 13-12 3/7 at Oregon St. 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 St. W, 9-8 3/15 Nevada L , 14-2 3/18 at CSU Hayward L, 8-5 3/21 Pacific W, 10-4 3/22 at Pacific L, 7-3 3/22 at Pacific L, 5-3 3/26 Air Force W, 16-3 3/28 Pepperdine W, 4-2 3/29 Pepperdine L,10-6 3/31 at San Francisco St. L, 2-6 4/3 at CSU Northridge W, 12-8 4/4 at CSU Northridge L, 7-4 4/4 at CSU Northridge L, 9-8 4/7 at California L, 6-5 4/11 at Saint Mary’s W, 9-6 4/12 Saint Mary’s W, 6-4 4/12 Saint Mary’s W, 5-4 4/15 Santa Clara W, 12-4 4/16 LaVerne W, 5-4 4/16 LaVerne W, 16-4 4/17 LaVerne W, 14-4 4/17 LaVerne W, 7-5 4/21 Nevada W, 9-2 4/24 at UC San Diego W, 5-4 4/25 at UC San Diego L, 9-5 4/26 at US International L, 8-0 4/26 at US International L, 7-1 4/28 UC Davis W, 16-6 5/1 Southern Utah W, 8-7 5/1 Southern Utah W, 5-1 5/2 Southern Utah W, 9-2 5/2 Southern Utah W, 5-2 5/4 at Stanford L,11-3 5/5 at Stanislaus St. W, 12-9

1988 Overall: 43-21 Coach: John Smith 2/5 Chico St. W, 7-1 2/6 Chico St. 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 CSU Hayward W, 10-4 2/20 CSU Hayward W, 8-0 2/20 CSU Hayward W, 8-0 2/23 at UC Davis L, 3-6 2/27 Sonoma St. W, 13-7 2/27 Sonoma St. L, 5-4 3/1 at Saint Mary’s W, 8-7 3/5 CSU Northridge W, 9-5 3/5 CSU Northridge W, 7-6 3/6 CSU Northridge L, 7-4 3/8 at Sonoma St. 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 St. W, 10-9 3/21 Warner Pacific W, 4-2 3/22 at CSU 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 St. L,13-8 3/30 Livingston St. L, 5-3 3/31 West Georgia W, 8-7 3/31 Columbus College L, 2-1 4/1 Columbus College 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 St. 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 St.# 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 (Sacramento, Calif.) #College World Series (Montgomery, Ala.)

1989 Overall: 35-18 Coach: John Smith 1/23 at Hawai’i Pacific W, 5-4 1/24 at Hawai’i Pacific W, 11-6 2/1 UC Davis W, 12-8 2/7 Saint Mary’s L, 1-0 2/10 Chico St. W, 5-2 2/11 at Chico St. W, 15-1 2/11 at Chico St. W, 5-2 2/12 Idaho College W, 7-4 2/13 Idaho College W, 5-4 (11) 2/17 UC Davis W, 6-1 2/18 at UC Davis W, 8-6 2/22 CSU Hayward W, 8-1 2/22 CSU Hayward W, 8-1 2/25 at Sonoma St. W, 3-1 2/25 at Sonoma St. L, 4-2 2/26 Oregon St. W, 7-3 2/27 Oregon St. L, 5-4 3/3 Nevada W, 5-0 3/4 Nevada L, 7-2 3/12 at San Jose St. L, 5-4 (10) 3/14 at San Francisco St. 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 St. L, 6-5 4/5 at CSU 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 St. W, 8-4 4/22 at CSU Northridge L, 2-1 (11) 4/23 at CSU 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 St. W, 6-3 5/12 Cal Poly L, 11-2 5/13 Cal Poly W, 5-3 5/19 San Francisco St.* L, 5-4 5/19 Cal Poly* L, 4-3 * NCAA Regionals (SLO, Calif.)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS (CONT.)

2/2 2/3 2/5 2/9 2/10 2/10 2/11 2/11 2/13 2/19 2/19 2/24 2/24 2/26 2/27 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/9 3/11 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/31 3/31 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/17 4/22 4/24 4/28 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/9 5/11 5/12 5/12 5/15

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1990 Overall: 34-25 Coach: John Smith CSU Hayward W, 13-2 at CSU Hayward W, 5-2 at Stanford W, 9-1 Chico St. W, 9-4 at Chico St. W, 1-0 at Chico St. L, 5-4 (9) UC Santa Barbara L, 6-4 (10) UC Santa Barbara W, 6-3 at Stanislaus St. W, 18-9 UC Davis L, 5-1 UC Davis W, 2-1 (8) Stanislaus St. W, 9-4 Stanislaus St. W, 1-0 Oregon St. W, 6-2 Santa Clara L, 5-3 at San Jose St. L, 8-4 at San Jose St. L, 4-3 (10) at Chico St. W, 6-4 Pacific W, 5-4 Portland W, 7-1 at UC Davis W, 7-6 at US International L, 13-6 at San Diego St. L, 15-5 at San Diego St. L, 5-0 at San Diego St. W, 4-3 at California L, 6-2 at Santa Clara L, 10-5 San Francisco W, 8-2 San Francisco L, 11-5 CSU Northridge L, 9-7 Sonoma St. L, 8-2 San Diego W, 7-1 San Diego W, 11-10 at San Francisco L, 5-3 at UC Davis W, 7-4 (12) at Pacific W, 2-1 at Pacific L, 2-1 Mercer College # W, 10-3 at Samford W, 12-11 at Columbus College W, 5-2 Mercer College # W, 12-7 at Columbus College L, 7-1 Florida A&M W, 10-7 UC Davis W, 14-0 UC Davis W, 15-6 at Sonoma St. W, 5-2 at Nevada L, 13-4 at Nevada L, 19-9 at Nevada L, 9-7 Pacific W, 7-1 at Saint Mary’s W, 7-0 at Saint Mary’s W, 13-5 Saint Mary’s L, 8-2 Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 California W, 8-7 at UCLA L, 9-7 at UCLA L, 13-5 at US International L, 2-1 Santa Clara W, 7-2 # Columbus, Ga.

1991 Overall: 41-23 Coach: John Smith 2/3 at UC Davis W, 9-5 2/4 at Chico St. 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 CSU 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 St. L, 13-11 3/9 at Long Beach St. L, 7-6 3/10 at Long Beach St. 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 St. W, 8-6 3/22 vs. Washington St.* 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 St.* 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 St.* L, 3-2 3/29 vs. Hawai’i-Hilo* W, 11-0 (7) 3/30 vs. Davidson College* W, 4-3 4/2 CSU 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 St. W, 11-0 4/11 Chico St. W, 3-1 4/14 CSU Hayward W, 10-2 4/14 Saint Mary’s W, 16-5 4/16 UC Davis W, 5-3 4/17 Sonoma St. 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 Stan. St. W, 15-11 (11) 5/1 at USF L, 7-5 5/4 at CSU Northridge L, 9-11(10) 5/4 at CSU Northridge L, 0-4 5/5 at CSU 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 CSU Northridge L, 13-7 * at Hawai’i Rainbow Tournament

2/2 2/5 2/8 2/8 2/10 2/22 2/23 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

1992 Overall: 32-25 Coach: John Smith Stanislaus St. W, 5-2 at Stanford L, 6-5 Santa Clara W, 8-7 Santa Clara W, 6-2 (6) at UC Davis L, 10-3 Long Beach St. L, 12-1 Long Beach St. L, 4-1 Long Beach St. 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 St. W, 7-2 Chico St. W, 6-5 at Santa Clara W, 7-4 at Santa Clara W, 7-6 San Diego St. L, 8-5 San Diego St. L, 3-2 at UC Davis L, 9-6 Oregon St. L, 14-6 Oregon St. W, 4-3 Oregon St. 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 CSU Hayward W, 10-1 Pacific W, 6-4 at CSU Northridge L, 10-7(11) at CSU Northridge L, 8-7 at CSU Northridge W, 5-4(10) UC Davis L, 9-8 (10) at San Jose St. L, 4-1 San Jose St. 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 St.# L, 8-6 2/28 California# W, 5-1 2/28 Oregon St. W, 10-9 3/2 Valparaiso W, 13-0 3/3 at Nevada W, 17-11 3/5 CSU Northridge* W, 4-3 3/6 CSU Northridge* W, 5-4 3/7 CSU Northridge* L, 10-3 3/9 at San Francisco W, 17-3 3/12 San Diego St.* W, 9-5 3/13 San Diego St.* W, 2-0 3/14 San Diego St.* W, 10-9 3/16 Nevada L, 10-5 3/19 Utah W, 8-5 3/20 Oregon St. (at SJSU) L, 7-1 3/20 at San Jose St. L, 14-7 3/21 at San Jose St. L, 17-9 3/22 Stanford W, 11-3 3/27 at CSU Northridge* W, 7-4 3/29 at CSU Northridge* L, 2-1 3/29 at CSU Northridge* L, 7-0 3/31 at California L, 5-0 4/2 at Fresno St.* L, 5-3 4/3 at Fresno St.* L, 14-1 4/4 at Fresno St.* 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 St.* W, 14-7 4/17 at San Diego St.* W, 6-5 4/18 at San Diego St.* W, 12-7 4/20 Saint Mary’s W, 8-5 4/23 at Long Beach St. L, 10-9 4/24 at Long Beach St. L, 18-4 4/25 at Long Beach St. W, 6-1 4/27 at Pacific W, 8-7 4/30 Fresno St.* L, 12-7 5/1 Fresno St.* L, 9-5 5/2 Fresno St.* 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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS (CONT.) 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 St. L, 5-0 3/4 Portland W, 6-5 3/5 Oregon St. W, 9-8 3/6 Portland W, 12-4 3/8 Nevada L, 15-6 3/11 at Fresno St.* L, 7-6 3/12 at Fresno St.* L, 6-2 3/13 at Fresno St.* W , 9-0 3/15 Arizona L, 10-4 3/16 Arizona W, 25-8 3/18 CSU Northridge* W, 10-6 3/19 CSU Northridge* L, 10-7 3/20 CSU Northridge* W, 17-8 3/22 at California L, 7-6 3/25 San Diego St.* L, 15-11 3/26 San Diego St.* L, 14-7 3/27 San Diego St.* 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 St.* W, 4-3 4/16 Fresno St.* L, 7-2 4/17 Fresno St.* W, 21-13 4/19 San Francisco L, 9-8 4/20 Chico St. W, 3-1 4/22 at CSU Northridge* W, 9-0 4/23 at CSU Northridge* L, 7-6 4/24 at CSU 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 St.* L, 8-7 5/16 at San Diego St.* L, 10-3 5/16 at San Diego St.* 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 St. 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 St. W, 9-8 2/18 Washington St. 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 St. L, 13-10 3/5 San Jose St. W, 7-2 3/5 San Jose St. W, 7-0 3/12 at San Diego St.* L, 7-6 3/13 at San Diego St.* L, 4-3 3/13 at San Diego St.* L, 11-1 3/17 CSU Northridge* W, 6-1 3/19 CSU Northridge* W, 17-6 3/19 CSU 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 St.* W, 4-3 4/1 Fresno St.* L, 5-1 4/2 Fresno St.* 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 CSU Northridge* L, 10-4 4/15 at CSU Northridge* W, 13-9 4/21 San Diego St.* W, 5-4 4/22 San Diego St.* W, 10-5 4/23 San Diego St.* 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 St.* W, 3-2 5/13 at Fresno St.* L, 8-7 5/14 Fresno St.* 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 St. 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 St. W, 11-9 2/24 San Jose St. L, 9-2 2/24 Saint Mary’s W, 8-0 2/25 at San Jose St. 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 St. L, 16-2 3/9 at San Diego St. L, 7-6 3/10 at San Diego St. 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 CSU Northridge* L, 13-4 3/23 CSU Northridge* L, 18-6 3/24 CSU Northridge* L, 7-6 (10) 3/27 at California L, 18-4 3/29 at Fresno St.* L, 6-2 3/30 at Fresno St.* L, 9-1 3/31 at Fresno St.* 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 St.* L, 9-1 4/13 San Diego St.* W, 4-3 (10) 4/14 San Diego St.* 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 St.* L, 10-0 4/27 Fresno St.* L, 4-2 4/28 Fresno St.* L, 5-3 4/30 at Nevada L, 20-3 5/3 at CSU Northridge* L, 19-5 5/4 at CSU Northridge* L, 9-0 5/5 at CSU 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 St. L , 7-6 2/7 CSU Northridge L, 9-8 (12) 2/8 CSU Northridge L, 14-6 2/12 Santa Clara L, 3-2 2/15 Oregon St. W, 2-0 2/15 Oregon St. L, 18-6 2/16 Oregon St. L, 8-5 2/17 Washington St. W, 17-5 2/22 at CSU Northridge L, 14-3 2/22 at CSU Northridge L, 20-4 2/23 at CSU 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 St.* L, 9-5 3/22 at New Mexico St.* W, 13-11 3/23 at New Mexico St.* W, 19-16 3/27 at Long Beach St.* L, 22-3 3/28 at Long Beach St.* L, 4-3 3/29 at Long Beach St.* L, 10-3 4/2 UC Davis W, 14-7 4/4 CSU Fullerton* L, 9-5 4/5 CSU Fullerton* L, 4-0 4/6 CSU 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 St.* L, 11-4 5/10 New Mexico St.* W, 19-11 5/11 New Mexico St.* W, 12-6 * Big West games

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS (CONT.) 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 St. L, 12-7 2/12 at CSU 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 St. L, 11-6 2/20 at San Jose St. L, 6-2 2/20 at San Jose St. L, 12-8 2/22 San Jose St. W, 10-6 2/24 at Fresno St. 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 St.* W, 13-7 3/21 New Mexico St.* W, 6-5 3/22 New Mexico St.* W, 11-6 3/24 Santa Clara L, 9-5 3/27 at CSU Fullerton* W, 9-4 3/28 at CSU Fullerton* L, 15-6 3/29 at CSU Fullerton* L, 9-4 4/1 UC Davis W, 13-2 4/4 Long Beach St.* L, 19-10 4/4 Long Beach St.* L, 14-6 4/5 Long Beach St.* 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 St. L, 6-5 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 St.* L, 8-6 5/9 at New Mexico St.* L, 11-9 5/10 at New Mexico St.* W, 14-13 5/14 at Long Beach St.! L, 8-7 5/15 vs. CSU Fullerton! W, 6-5 5/16 vs. UCSB! W, 15-11 5/17 vs. Long Beach St.! L, 24-10 * Big West games ! Big West Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.)

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1999 Overall: 18-39, Big West: 8-22 Coach: John Smith 1/29 San Francisco L, 12-0 1/31 at San Fran. 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 St. W, 11-1 2/20 San Jose St. W, 4-3 2/21 at San Jose St. 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 St.* L, 9-1 3/13 at Long Beach St.* L, 6-3 3/14 at Long Beach St.* L, 7-0 3/16 at UC Davis L, 6-5 3/19 CSU Fullerton* L, 21-2 3/20 CSU Fullerton* L, 11-5 3/21 CSU Fullerton* L, 14-7 3/23 at Santa Clara W, 12-9 3/26 CSU Northridge W, 8-3 3/27 CSU Northridge W, 4-3 (12) 3/28 CSU Northridge L, 6-2 3/30 at Fresno St. 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 St.* L, 18-4 4/10 at New Mexico St.* L, 16-1 4/11 at New Mexico St.* L, 8-7 4/13 CSU 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 St. 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 St. L,14-7 4/30 at CSU Fullerton* L, 4-0 5/1 at CSU Fullerton* L,14-7 5/2 at CSU Fullerton* W, 13-10 5/7 Long Beach St.* L, 6-3 5/8 Long Beach St.* L, 14-4 5/9 Long Beach St.* W, 11-10 (10) 5/15 New Mexico St.* L, 8-3 5/16 New Mexico St.* W, 4-3 5/17 New Mexico St.* 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 CSU Northridge L, 3-2 2/5 at CSU Northridge L, 5-3 2/6 at CSU Northridge L, 3-2 2/8 CSU Hayward W, 10-3 2/15 at UC Davis W, 11-7 2/18 at San Jose St. L, 13-2 2/19 at San Jose St. L, 7-3 2/20 San Jose St. 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 St. 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 St. L, 17-7 3/31 Long Beach St.* W, 5-4 4/1 Long Beach St.* W, 6-5 4/2 Long Beach St.* L, 12-6 4/7 at CSU Fullerton* W, 3-2 4/8 at CSU Fullerton* W, 12-7 4/9 at CSU Fullerton* L, 6-4 4/11 at San Francisco L, 24-4 4/14 New Mexico St.* L, 7-5 4/15 New Mexico St.* W, 7-6 4/16 New Mexico St.* 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 St. 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 St.* W, 8-7 5/20 at New Mexico St.* L, 9-4 5/21 at New Mexico St.* 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 San Francisco St. W, 12-4 2/17 San Francisco St. 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 Eastern Michigan W, 4-3 3/9 Chicago St. W, 7-0 3/10 Eastern 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 CSU Northridge L, 6-3 3/31 at CSU Northridge L, 7-1 4/1 at CSU Northridge W, 4-2 4/3 vs. UC Davis L, 12-2 4/6 at Long Beach St.* L, 3-2 (10) 4/7 at Long Beach St.* W, 4-0 4/8 at Long Beach St.* L, 9-0 4/12 CSU Fullerton* L, 20-2 4/13 CSU Fullerton* L, 9-5 4/14 CSU 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 St. W, 4-3 5/11 CSU Northridge* L, 15-5 5/12 CSU Northridge* L, 9-1 5/13 CSU 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 (CONT.) 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 St. W, 9-2 3/9 Washington St. L, 9-4 3/10 Washington St. W, 11-10 (10) 3/12 at San Jose St. 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 St.* L, 16-2 3/29 Long Beach St.* L, 7-2 3/30 Long Beach St.* L, 9-1 4/5 at CSU Fullerton* L, 3-1 4/6 at CSU Fullerton* L, 9-3 4/7 at CSU 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 CSU Northridge* L, 19-7 4/20 at CSU Northridge* L, 6-4 4/21 at CSU 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 St. L, 11-1 5/4 at Fresno St. W, 8-3 5/5 at Fresno St. W, 8-5 5/7 San Jose St. 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

2/2 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/11 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/30 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/11 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

2003 Overall: 33-24 Coach: John Smith vs. Oregon Tech W, 9-1 vs. Oregon Tech W, 11-3 Pacific W, 5-4 at Saint Mary’s L, 3-2 CSU Stanislaus W, 9-5 CSU Stanislaus W, 14-2 at Hawai’i L, 3-2 at Hawai’i L, 2-0 at Hawai’i L, 8-7 Saint Mary’s W, 5-3 at Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 Saint Mary’s L, 7-3 San Francisco St. W, 11-8 at UC Santa Barbara W, 4-1 at UC Santa Barbara L, 4-3 at UC Santa Barbara L, 11-1 Nevada L, 14-1 UC Davis W, 9-3 Dartmouth W, 18-12 Dartmouth L, 9-6 Dartmouth L, 13-9 Dartmouth W, 10-5 Minnesota W, 4-0 Minnesota W, 12-7 at UC Riverside L, 14-4 at UC Riverside L, 6-2 California W, 7-6 at Pacific L, 5-4 Pacific W, 7-5 at Pacific W, 5-0 at California L, 5-0 CSU Hayward W, 5-3 CSU Hayward W, 9-6 CSU Hayward W, 9-8 at Nevada W, 14-4 at Stanford L, 9-1 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 St. W, 2-1 San Jose St. 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

1/30 1/31 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/19 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/27 2/28 2/29 3/3 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/14 5/15 5/16

2004 Overall: 29-32 Coach: John Smith at San Diego St. W, 6-5 at San Diego St. W, 10-8 at San Diego St. L, 11-7 San Francisco W, 5-4 at UC San Diego W, 6-5 at UC San Diego L, 7-5 at UC San Diego W, 3-2 at UC Davis L, 11-6 Saint Mary’s W, 13-5 at Saint Mary’s L, 3-2 Saint Mary’s W, 7-4 Saint Mary’s W, 8-2 San Francisco W, 7-6 Washington St. L, 6-2 UC Davis L, 12-4 Washington St. L, 4-2 vs. Oregon St. W, 10-3 UC Riverside L, 5-3 at California L, 4-3 at Arizona W, 9-8 at Arizona L, 5-2 at Arizona L, 11-6 at Santa Clara W, 8-6 San Francisco St. W, 4-0 San Francisco St. W, 15-9 San Francisco St. L, 5-4 Cal Poly W, 3-1 UC Riverside L, 4-2 Cal Poly L, 5-2 UC Riverside L, 9-1 at Pacific W, 16-9 at Pacific W, 15-5 Pacific W, 5-4 Pacific W, 6-1 Nevada L, 10-6 UC Santa Barbara L, 10-5 UC Santa Barbara L, 11-0 UC Santa Barbara L, 10-1 at Hawai’i W, 6-3 at Hawai’i L, 5-4 at Hawai’i-Hilo W, 4-2 at Hawai’i-Hilo L, 5-0 at Hawai’i-Hilo L, 4-3 at Hawai’i-Hilo W, 4-3 Oregon St. L, 7-2 Oregon St. L, 9-1 Oregon St. L, 12-6 at Nevada L, 17-4 at Stanford L, 15-1 Stanford W, 2-1 California L, 3-25 at San Jose St. L, 4-3 at San Jose St. W, 6-5 at San Jose St. L, 9-8 San Francisco W, 8-6 at Washington St. L, 17-3 at Washington St. W, 3-1 at Washington St. L, 6-5 Northern Colorado W, 12-11 Northern Colorado W, 17-7 Northern Colorado W, 9-8

2005 Overall: 20-36-1 Coach: John Smith 2/4 Washington St. 2/5 Washington St. 2/6 Washington St. 2/11 Saint Mary’s 2/12 San Francisco 2/13 UC Davis 2/16 at Santa Clara 2/19 Saint Mary’s 2/24 North Dakota St. 2/25 North Dakota St. 2/26 North Dakota St. 2/26 North Dakota St. 3/1 at Hawai’i 3/2 vs. #15 Wichita St. 3/3 vs. #22 La. Lafayette 3/4 vs. South Florida 3/5 vs. UC Davis 3/11 UC Riverside 3/12 UC Riverside 3/15 at Saint Mary’s 3/18 at Oregon St. 3/18 at Oregon St. 3/19 at Oregon St. 3/25 at #10 Stanford 3/26 #10 Stanford 3/29 at California 4/1 UC Davis 4/2 at UC Davis 4/3 UC Davis 4/7 Hawai’i-Hilo 4/9 Hawai’i-Hilo 4/9 Hawai’i-Hilo 4/10 Hawai’i-Hilo 4/12 California 4/15 Utah Valley St. 4/16 Utah Valley St. 4/16 Utah Valley St. 4/17 Utah Valley St. 4/19 at San Francisco 4/23 #5 Arizona 4/24 UC Irvine 4/26 vs. Kansas St. 4/27 vs. Kansas 4/29 at #24 Cal Poly 4/30 at #24 Cal Poly 5/1 at #24 Cal Poly 5/3 Santa Clara 5/7 at Washington St. 5/8 at Washington St. 5/9 at Washington St. 5/11 Saint Mary’s 5/13 San Jose St. 5/14 San Jose St. 5/15 San Jose St. 5/20 Pacific 5/21 Pacific 5/22 Pacific

L, 8-7 W, 9-8 W, 8-6 L, 6-2 L, 12-1 L, 5-2 L, 7-4 L, 8-1 W, 3-0 W, 6-1 W, 8-1 T, 4-4 W, 8-5 L, 9-3 L, 2-4 W, 7-4 L, 6-3 L, 5-2 L, 7-1 L, 7-6 L, 8-2 L, 7-4 L, 9-3 W, 4-3 L, 8-2 L, 7-5 L, 4-1 L, 4-2 W, 9-7 W, 7-5 W, 9-0 L, 6-3 W, 4-1 W, 9-4 W, 4-1 W, 14-5 W, 7-6 W, 8-3 L, 9-3 W, 7-4 L, 4-3 L, 14-3 L, 12-5 L, 10-3 L, 11-1 L, 11-2 L, 5-3 L, 6-0 L, 11-4 W, 6-5 L, 10-2 W, 5-3 L, 2-0 L, 6-2 L, 4-1 L, 2-1 L, 4-2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS (CONT.) 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 North Dakota St. W, 7-5 2/24 Portland W, 7-5 2/25 #8 Oregon St. 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 N. Colorado L, 12-3 3/11 N. Colorado W, 5-2 3/12 N. Colorado W, 6-0 3/15 San Francisco L, 4-2 3/17 Utah Valley St. L, 8-0 3/18 Utah Valley St. W, 7-1 3/18 Utah Valley St. L, 6-5 3/19 Utah Valley St. W, 7-1 3/21 at California L, 8-2 3/24 at Fresno St.* L, 5-1 3/25 at Fresno St.* L, 13-6 3/26 at Fresno St.* 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 St.* W, 15-5 4/8 at New Mexico St.* W, 19-7 4/9 at New Mex. St.* W,12-8 (12) 4/13 San Jose St.* L, 6-1 4/14 San Jose St.* W, 9-7 4/15 San Jose St.* L, 6-4 4/18 at Stanford L, 12-5 4/21 La. Tech* L, 10-7 4/22 La. Tech* W, 11-10 (10) 4/23 La. 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 5/19 Fresno St.* L, 10-7 5/20 Fresno St.* L, 14-3 5/21 Fresno St.* L, 7-4 5/25 at #21 Fresno St.^ L, 10-2 5/26 vs. La. Tech^ L, 14-9 *WAC Games ^WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

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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 St. L, 18-5 3/2 at La. Tech* W, 4 -2 3/3 at La. Tech* L, 13-5 3/4 at La. 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 St.* W, 7-3 3/17 at New Mexico St.* W, 9-5 3/18 at New Mexico St.* 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 St.* L, 16-7 3/31 at Fresno St.* L, 8-1 4/1 at Fresno St.* 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 La. Tech* L, 5-2 4/15 La. Tech* L, 8-1 4/15 La. Tech* L, 6-3 4/17 California L, 10-4 4/20 at San Jose St.* L, 5-3 4/21 at San Jose St.* L, 5-1 4/22 at San Jose St.* 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 Colo.* L, 11-9 5/12 at Northern Colo.* W, 4-3 5/13 at Northern Colo.* 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 St.^ L, 10-2 5/25 vs. Hawai’i^ L , 19-7 *WAC Games ^WAC Tournament (Reno, Nev.)

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 St.* W, 2-1 3/15 at San Jose St.* L, 13-1 3/15 at San Jose St.* L, 5-1 3/16 at San Jose St.* 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 La. Tech* W, 17-2 4/5 at La. Tech* W, 13-7 4/5 at La. Tech* W, 6-4 4/11 San Jose St.* L, 9-4 4/12 San Jose St.* W, 6-3 4/12 San Jose St.* W, 10-9 4/13 San Jose St.* 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 St.* L, 7-4 4/26 New Mexico St.* L, 5-3 4/26 New Mexico St.* L, 11-5 4/27 New Mexico St.* 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 St.* W, 9-8 5/17 Fresno St.* W, 4-0 5/17 Fresno St.* L, 6-4 5/18 Fresno St.* L, 13-6 5/22 vs. Fresno St.^ L, 3-2 5/23 vs. New Mexico St.^ W, 8-5 5/24 vs. Nevada* ^ L, 15-5 *WAC Games ^WAC Tournament (Ruston, La.)

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 College W, 15-3 (7) 3/28 Menlo College W, 15-6 (7) 3/29 Menlo College W, 5-1 3/29 Menlo College W, 9-5 (7) 4/3 at New Mexico St.* L, 7-6 4/4 at New Mexico St.* W, 18-13 4/4 at New Mexico St.* L, 10-7 (7) 4/5 at New Mexico St.* 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 La. Tech* W, 8-7 4/25 La. Tech* W, 8-6 4/26 La. Tech* L, 7-4 4/27 La. Tech* L, 10-5 4/29 at Stanford L, 6-4 5/2 San Jose St.* W, 11-6 5/3 San Jose St.* 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 St.* l, 15-7 5/15 Fresno St.* L, 4-3 5/16 Fresno St.* L, 11-8 5/16 Fresno St.* L, 7-6 *WAC Games

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS (CONT.) 2010 Overall: 18-35-1 WAC: 7-17 Coach: John Smith 2/19 at UNLV W, 10-8 (11) 2/20 at UNLV W, 19-5 2/21 at UNLV L, 18-14 2/26 vs. #25 Kansas L, 4-3 2/26 vs. Gonzaga W, 8-2 2/27 vs. #25 Kansas L, 10-4 3/5 UC Davis L, 11-3 3/6 at UC Davis L, 2 - 13 3/7 UC Davis W, 7 - 6 3/9 Saint Mary’s L, 6 - 8 3/10 Saint Mary’s T, 4 - 4 3/13 #16 UC Irvine W, 2-1 3/13 #16 UC Irvine L, 5-3 3/14 #16 UC Irvine L, 4-3 (10) 3/16 Pacific W, 5-4 3/19 at Arizona L, 5-0 3/20 at Arizona L, 8-7 3/21 at Arizona L, 10-6 3/23 at Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 3/26 at CSU Northridge W, 13 -12 3/27 at CSU Northridge L, 14-2 3/28 at CSU Northridge L, 10-6 3/31 Albany W, 22-2 4/1 UC Santa Barbara L, 9-0 4/3 UC Santa Barbara W, 3-0 4/3 UC Santa Barbara W, 10-9 4/6 San Francisco St. W, 10-3 4/7 at San Francisco L, 5-4 (11) 4/13 at Pacific L, 5-2 4/16 Hawai’i* W, 11-6 4/17 Hawai’i* W, 3-2 4/17 Hawai’i* L, 7-4 4/18 Hawai’i* W, 9-4 4/22 New Mexico St.* L, 11-4 4/23 New Mexico St.* L, 4-2 4/24 New Mexico St.* L, 9-3 4/25 New Mexico St.* L, 3-0 4/30 at San Jose St.* L, 13-1 (7) 5/1 at San Jose St.* W, 7-4 5/1 at San Jose St.* W, 12-3 (7) 5/2 at San Jose St.* L, 5-4 (11) 5/4 #21 California L, 7-3 5/7 at La. Tech* L, 17-11 5/8 at La. Tech* L, 27-12 (7) 5/8 at La. Tech* L, 5-4 5/9 at La. Tech* L, 7-2 5/14 Nevada* W, 6-4 5/15 Nevada* L, 4-2 5/15 Nevada* L, 7-6 (7) 5/16 Nevada* L, 11-0 (7) 5/21 at Fresno St.* W, 12-2 5/22 at Fresno St.* L, 7-6 5/22 at Fresno St.* L, 10-1 (7) 5/23 at Fresno St.* L, 8-4 *WAC Games

2011 Overall: 19-39 WAC: 6-18 Coach: Reggie Christiansen 2/20 at UC Davis W, 4-3 at UC Davis L, 1-0 2/21 UC Davis W, 3-2 (10) 2/22 Saint Mary’s L, 2-1 (11) 2/26 UC Riverside L, 2-0 (11) UC Riverside L, 18-2 2/27 UC Riverside L, 4-3 3/1 UC Davis W, 6-4 3/2 at Pacific L, 3-2 3/4 at UC Santa Barbara L, 4-2 3/5 at UC Santa Barbara W, 3-2 3/6 at UC Santa Barbara L, 10-9 3/8 at San Francisco L, 3-2 3/11 at #22 UC Irvine L, 9-5 3/12 at #22 UC Irvine L, 5-3 3/13 at #22 UC Irvine L, 9-7 3/16 Minnesota L, 3-1 3/17 Minnesota L, 7-5 (11) 3/18 at CSU Northridge W, 3-1 at CSU Northridge L, 13-7 3/19 at CSU Northridge L, 10-5 3/25 Utah Valley L, 6-0 3/27 Utah Valley W, 6-3 Utah Valley L, 4-1 3/29 Pacific L, 8-2 4/2 at Seattle W, 10-7 at Seattle W, 3-2 4/3 at Seattle L, 2-1 (7) at Seattle W, 3-1 4/8 at Hawai’i* L, 16-1 (7) 4/9 at Hawai’i* L, 3-2 (7) at Hawai’i* L, 5-3 4/10 at Hawai’i* L, 3-2 4/15 Air Force W, 2-1 4/16 Air Force W, 3-2 (7) Air Force W, 9-6 4/17 Air Force L, 8-7 4/21 #12 Fresno St.* L, 2-0 4/22 #12 Fresno St.* L, 7-3 4/23 #12 Fresno St.* W, 2-1 (7) #12 Fresno St.* L, 12-4 4/25 at Saint Mary’s W, 5-4 4/29 San Jose St.* L, 5-3 4/30 San Jose St.* W, 2-0 (7) San Jose St.* L, 5-4 5/1 San Jose St.* L, 3-0 (11) 5/6 at New Mexico St.* L, 8-7 5/7 at New Mexico St.* W, 15-8(7) at New Mexico St.* L, 11-9 5/8 at New Mexico St.* W, 19-11 5/13 at Nevada* W, 4-2 5/14 at Nevada* L, 10-7 (7) at Nevada* L, 8-3 5/15 at Nevada* L, 10-0 (8) 5/20 La. Tech* L, 4-1 5/21 La. Tech* W, 5-4 (7) La. Tech* L, 2-1 5/22 La. Tech* L, 8-3 *WAC Games

2012 Overall: 31-28 WAC: 11-7 Coach: Reggie Christiansen 2/17 CSU NORTHRIDGE L, 6-4 2/18 CSU NORTHRIDGE W, 2-0 2/19 CSU NORTHRIDGE L, 5-3 2/20 SAINT MARY’S L, 7-2 2/24 SEATTLE W, 9-6 2/25 SEATTLE W, 6-5 2/26 SEATTLE W, 8-7 2/28 at Pacific L, 13-10 3/2 at #24 UCLA L, 5-2 3/3 at #24 UCLA L, 6-2 3/4 at #24 UCLA L, 11-2 3/7 CREIGHTON W, 7-2 3/9 at UC Riverside L, 15-4 3/10 at UC Riverside L, 1-0 3/11 at UC Riverside W, 5-2 3/15 DARTMOUTH W, 11-3 3/17 DARTMOUTH L, 12-4 DARTMOUTH L, 6-1 3/18 DARTMOUTH W, 8-2 3/19 DARTMOUTH W, 1-0 3/20 PACIFIC W, 6-3 3/21 at Utah W, 6-2 3/22 at Utah Valley W, 13-3 3/23 at Utah Valley L, 10-6 3/24 at Utah Valley L, 13-8 3/28 at San Francisco W, 3-1 3/30 at CSU Bakersfield W, 2-0 3/31 at CSU Bakersfield L, 11-4 4/1 at CSU Bakersfield L, 5-2 4/6 at Louisiana Tech * L, 7-5 4/7 at Louisiana Tech * W, 2-1 4/8 at Louisiana Tech * W, 11-6 4/11 UC DAVIS W, 11-4 4/14 #25 NMSU * L, 16-4 #25 NMSU * L,, 6-1 4/15 #25 NMSU * W, 10-7 4/16 #25 NMSU & W, 8-7 4/17 at UC Davis W, 8-5 4/20 NEVADA * W, 2-0 4/21 NEVADA * W, 8-7 4/22 NEVADA * L, 9-1 4/27 at San Jose St. * W, 7-2 4/28 at San Jose St. * W, 8-3 4/29 at San Jose St. * L, 8-7 5/1 SAN FRANCISCO L, 10-1 5/4 at Fresno St. * W, 9-7 5/5 at Fresno St. * L, 10-6 5/6 at Fresno St. * L, 8-6 5/8 SAINT MARY’S W, 2-1 (10) 5/11 HAWAI’I * W, 7-6 (12) 5/12 HAWAI’I * W, 10-3 5/13 HAWAI’I * W, 10-2 5/18 UNLV L, 12-0 5/19 UNLV L, 5-3 5/20 UNLV L, 8-7 (11) 5/24 ^ vs. Nevada W, 15-5 (8) 5/25 ^ vs. Fresno St. W, 8-3 5/26 ^ vs. Fresno St. L, 9-6 5/27 ^ vs. Fresno St. L, 4-3 (13) * WAC Games & Played as a non-conference game ^ WAC Tournament (Mesa, Ariz.)

2013 Overall: - WAC: Coach: Reggie Christiansen 2/15 at Texas 4:30 PM 2/16 at Texas 12 PM 2/17 at Texas 11 AM 2/19 at Fresno St. 6 PM 2/22 UC RIVERSIDE 2 PM 2/23 UC RIVERSIDE 11 AM UC RIVERSIDE DH 2/24 UC RIVERSIDE 12 PM 2/26 NEVADA 2 PM 3/1 UTAH VALLEY 2 PM 3/2 UTAH VALLEY 1 PM 3/3 UTAH VALLEY 12 PM 3/5 at UC Davis 2:30 PM 3/8 CSU NORTHRIDGE 2 PM 3/9 CSU NORTHRIDGE 1 PM 3/10 CSU NORTHRIDGE 12 PM 3/12 at Saint Mary’s 3 PM 3/15 at UC Santa Barbara 3 PM 3/16 at UC Santa Barbara 3 PM 3/17 at UC Santa Barbara 1 PM 3/19 at Saint Mary’s 3 PM 3/22 CSU BAKERSFIELD * 3 PM 3/23 CSU BAKERSFIELD * 1 PM 3/24 CSU BAKERSFIELD * 12 PM 3/26 FRESNO ST. (Raley Field) 6 PM 3/28 at Dallas Baptist * 4:30 PM 3/29 at Dallas Baptist * 12 PM 3/30 at Dallas Baptist * 10 AM 4/ 2 UC DAVIS 3 PM 4/ 3 SAN FRANCISCO 3 PM 4/ 5 TEXAS ST. * 3 PM 4/ 6 TEXAS ST. * 12 PM 4/ 7 TEXAS ST. * 1 PM 4/ 12 at New Mexico St. * 5 PM 4/ 13 at New Mexico St. * 5 PM 4/ 14 at New Mexico St. * 11 AM 4/ 19 at Texas-San Antonio * 4 PM 4/ 20 at Texas-San Antonio * 12 PM 4/ 21 at Texas-San Antonio * 10 AM 4/ 23 SAINT MARY’S 3 PM 4/ 24 at San Francisco 3 PM 4/ 26 LOUISIANA TECH * 3 PM 4/ 27 LOUISIANA TECH * 1 PM 4/ 28 LOUISIANA TECH * 12 PM 4/ 30 at Nevada 2 PM 5/3 at Seattle U * 6 PM 5/4 at Seattle U * 2 PM 5/5 at Seattle U * 12 PM 5/7 at UC Davis 2:30 PM 5/10 SAN JOSE ST. * 3 PM 5/11 SAN JOSE ST. * 1 PM 5/12 SAN JOSE ST. * 12 PM 5/14 at Pacific 6 PM 5/16 TEXAS-ARLINGTON * 3 PM 5/17 TEXAS-ARLINGTON * 3 PM 5/18 TEXAS-ARLINGTON * 1 PM 5/22 at WAC Tournament ^ TBA * WAC games ^ WAC Tournament at QuikTrip Park (Grand Prairie, Texas)

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