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2012 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE QUICK FACTS

University of Utah Information Location.............................. Salt Lake City, Utah Elevation.................................................. 4,500 Founded................................................... 1850 Enrollment............................................. 31,660 Nickname.................................................. Utes Colors.................................Crimson and White Mascot......................Swoop (Red-Tailed Hawk) Web Site........................... www.UtahUtes.com Conference.............................................Pac-12 President........................ Dr. David W. Pershing Athletics Director........................... Dr. Chris Hill Coaching Staff Head Coach: .............................. Bill Kinneberg Arizona, 1980 Career Record (yrs): ............452-408 (16 Years) Record at Utah (yrs): .............207-225 (8 Years) Assistant Coach: ....................... Mike Crawford 4th Year, Arizona ’00 Assistant Coach: .................... Bryan Kinneberg 5th Year, North Carolina State ’05 Assistant Coach: .............................Pete Flores 4th Year, Southern Nazarene ’04 Student Assistant Coach:.............Jay Brossman Team Information 2011 Record............................................ 29-21 Conference Record/Finish......................... 16-7 (2nd, Mtn. West) Postseason................................................. N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost................... 19/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost................. 7/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost............................... 8/3 Newcomers:................................................. 14

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011 Roster.............................................. IFC Quick Facts/Media Information................... 1 2012 Season Preview...............................2-3 2012 Schedule............................................. 4 Coaches And Staff Head Coach Bill Kinneberg.......................... 6 Assistant Coaches/Support Staff..............7-8 The Utah Experience Salt Lake City............................................. 10 The University of Utah............................... 11 Academics ...........................................12-13 Campus Life............................................... 14 Spring Mobile Ballpark.............................. 15 Spence Eccles Field House......................... 16 Team Room................................................ 17 Strength and Conditioning...................18-19 Utah Athletics History................................ 20 Player Profiles Returner Bios........................................22-40 Newcomer Bios................................... 41-48

Record Book 2011 Statistics........................................... 50 2011 Results.............................................. 51 Award Winners.......................................... 52 Draft Picks.................................................. 53 All-Time Results......................................... 54 Record Book.............................................. 55 Letterwinners.......................................56-57

The 2012 University of Utah baseball media guide was designed and written by Assistant Director of Communications Brooke Frederickson. Editorial assistance was provided by the Utah SID office. Cover design by Brooke Frederickson. Photography by Steve Wilson, Matt Brown, Brooke Frederickson, Russ Isabela, Kevin C. Cox, Grant Halverson, Franke Donlon, Terry Newfarmer, Frank Jensen, Brian Westerholt, NCAA Photos, the Utah Travel Council and the Salt Lake City Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Facilities Home Field: ................. Spring Mobile Ballpark Capacity: ............................................... 15,500 Dimentions: ........... 345-385-420-375-345-315 Practice Fields: ................................... Ute Field Spence Eccles Field House

MEDIA INFORMATION

Associate AD/Sports Information......... Liz Abel Associate SID................................... Kyle Harris Assistant SID/Baseball Contact......................... Brooke Frederickson Email........ bfrederickson@huntsman.utah.edu Phone....................................... (801) 581-8302 Cell............................................ (801) 493-9254 Fax ........................................... (801) 581-4358 Assistant SID ................................ Mike DeVine Mailing Address....... 1825 E. South Campus Dr. Salt Lake City, UT 84112

BROOKE FREDERICKSON Assistant Director of Communications

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SEASON OUTLOOK The Utah baseball team enters a new era as it joins one of the best baseball leagues in the country in the Pac-12 conference. Utah returns a solid core of players from last year’s team, including all-conference players Shaun Cooper (outfield), James Brooks (shortstop), Trey Nielsen (third base) and Tyler Wagner (pitcher). However, the Utes lose first-team AllAmerican C.J. Cron and all-conference pitcher Rick Anton. Cron was a first-round MLB draft pick, while Anton was drafted in the eighth round. “The core of our team is back minus C.J. and Anton,” Utah head coach Bill Kinneberg said. “Some of the new guys are really going to make an impact for us – several of our junior college players are capable of making the adjustment to Division I baseball, including Parker Morin, Ethan Leiter and Ryan Cooperstone. Some of the role players from last year will hopefully improve and become really good players for us. “The biggest thing for us is that our depth is going to be challenged. Keeping injuries at a minimum is going to be a key for us. Where we have to improve - and we think we’ve done an adequate job at this - is depth in the lineup and depth in the bullpen. That’s where that grind comes out. The third game of the series is going to be really hard, but hopefully we can manage that and have guys step up for us.” The Utes play five teams ranked in the Baseball America preseason top 25 – Stanford, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State and Oregon State. Non-conference games include a three-game series against BYU, and a trip to the Kleberg Bank College Classic in Corpus Christi, Texas. “All 10 teams that we’re going to play against in the Pac-12 are quality, highpowered baseball teams,” Kinneberg said. “It’s going to be a challenge week-in and week-out, and we need to rise to the occasion. It’s a hard grind in this league. There are no breathers.”

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INFIELD Utah returns two of its four starting infielders in Brooks and Nielsen. Brooks finished second in the conference in batting average (.372) and runs scored (55). He tied for eighth in the NCAA in doubles (26) and was tied for second nationally in doubles per game (0.53). Nielsen was a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American who was sixth in the conference in slugging percentage (.572). He tied for fourth in the league with nine home runs. “It’s comforting to have both of those guys returning,” Kinneberg said. The right side of the field will feature new faces. Leiter has won the battle early to start at first base. He played two years at Yavapai CC and hit .301 as a sophomore with a .419 on-base percentage. Battling at second base will be junior Ryan Cooperstone and sophomore Cory Hunt. Cooperstone was an honorable-mention all-region selection at the College of Southern Idaho, hitting .352 last year. Hunt

played in 14 games as a freshman, making four starts. “We have three new guys who haven’t really played Division I baseball, so hopefully they mature quickly and make that jump and really contribute,” Kinneberg said. “We need our role players to step up for us to be successful.”

Shaun Cooper was tied for 10th in the NCAA in triples last season.

James Brooks was tied for second in the NCAA last season in doubles per game.

OUTFIELD Cooper, who was named the Perfect Game Summer Player of the Year during summer ball and was selected as a preseason Louisville Slugger All-American, finished sixth in the league in batting average (.332) and was third in slugging percentage (.589) last season. He tied for 10th in the NCAA with seven triples. “Cooper is going to be in the lineup,” Kinneberg said. “We want him in left field, although he may have to play some right field. He’ll hit in the middle of our lineup.” Utah has a variety of players who rotated through the outfield last season, and many of them will see time again this

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SEASON OUTLOOK “Both Wags and Adams have a chance to have really great years,” Kinneberg said. “They are healthy and strong and have worked extremely hard to get where they’re at today.” Junior Joe Pond made 12 starts last season and had a 4.36 ERA with a 4-4 record. His 65 strikeouts ranked 10th in the conference, and he did not allow a home run all season. Also slated to start on the mound this season are sophomore Ben Mordini and PITCHERS The pitching staff is led by closer Wagner newcomer Tanner Tripp. Mordini made 11 appearances with three starts last year. and junior starter Zach Adams, who has Tripp was an all-region player at South struggled with injuries throughout his Mountain CC who had 12 wins. career but is healthy to start this season. “Joe Pond is pitching better than he ever Last year Wagner led the conference and has, so we feel like our Friday/Saturday ranked 26th in the NCAA with 12 saves, starters are in good shape at this point,” which also set a single-season record at Kinneberg said. “Tripp and Mordini will Utah. He allowed just eight earned runs start the other two games of a four-game and had a 2.04 ERA. Adams pitched five games, and his 36 strikeouts were leading set, or on Sunday/Tuesday.” The Utes will look to several players in the team when he was injured. He had a 2.40 ERA with a 2-0 record, including a win their bullpen for the late innings. Brock Duke was fifth in the conference with six over No. 16 Baylor. year as they fight for a starting spot early in the season. Sophomore Josh Alexander, senior Tyson Gonzalez, senior Gavin Green and junior Tyler Relf all have significant experience in the outfield. “We have a lot of interchangeable parts in the outfield, and it’s a work in progress,” Kinneberg said. “Hopefully by the time we start conference play we’ll have a set lineup out there.”

Zach Adams has pitched strong in his two seasons, despite struggling with injuries.

Tyler Wagner led the conference and ranked 26th in the NCAA in saves last year.

wins last year. Newcomer Tony Vocca had a 9-5 record as a sophomore at Yavapai CC. Josh Chapman had two saves last season, appearing in 12 games. “A key for us will be our bullpen,” Kinneberg said. “Vocca, Chapman and Duke will be important for us in the sixth, seventh and eighth innings so that we can get to Wagner in a winnable situation.” CATCHERS The Utes have a pair of quality players behind the plate in two-year starter Jo Jo Sharrar and newcomer Morin. Sharrar hit .236 last season, making 43 starts. Morin was a first-team all-region player at the College of Southern Idaho, hitting .372. “We have a really good tandem of catchers with Parker and Jo Jo,” Kinneberg said. “Parker has really established himself at the plate and is one of our better hitters. He will be in the lineup every day. Early in the year they will share time behind the plate. We feel really good about our catching situation.”

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BILL KINNEBERG Head Coach 9th Season (17th Overall) Career Record: 452-408 Utah Record: 207-225

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University of Utah Head Coach: 1995-1996, 2004-present USA Baseball Pitching Coach: 2007, 1999 Head Coach: 2010 Chicago White Sox Organization (Bowie Sox) Pitching Coach: 2003-04 USA Baseball Director, Athlete Development Program Arizona Associate Head Coach: 1996-2001 Arizona State Assistant Coach: 1992-94 Wyoming Head Coach: 1986-1992 UTEP Head Coach: 1985 Assistant Coach: 1980-84

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The dedicated and personable Bill Kinneberg is in his ninth season at the helm of the University of Utah baseball team. He was named head coach of the program on Sept. 15, 2004, marking his second stint in the Utes’ dugout. This season he leads Utah into a new era in their first season in the Pac-12. Kinneberg led Utah back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1960 in 2009, as the Utes won their first Mountain West Conference tournament with a 9-3 win over San Diego State in the championship game. Utah won two games at NCAA’s, defeating Gonzaga and Georgia Southern in the Fullerton Regional. Several players have earned national honors under Kinneberg. C.J. Cron was a two-time firstteam All-American in 2010 and 2011, a Golden Spikes Award semifinalist, the two-time District Player of the Year and a two-time MWC Player of the Year. Ryan Khoury earned first-team AllAmerica honors in 2006, and was also District Player of the Year and MWC Player of the Year. Kinneberg has had three players drafted in the first 10 rounds out of Utah, including the Utes’ first-ever first-round selection in 2011, when Cron was the 17th overall pick. Stephen Fife was a third-round pick in 2008, while Rick Anton went in the eighth round in 2011. Kinneberg’s teams have steadily moved up in the conference standings each year and several have rewritten the record books. Cron shattered the career batting average mark during his three seasons. Jay Brossman holds records for hits, doubles and total bases. Khoury holds the school record for career runs scored and Corey Shimada ranks first in the record books for triples, stolen bases, runs scored and walks. Current pitcher Tyler Wagner has a school-record 15 career saves. In 16 seasons as a head coach at the NCAA Division I level, Kinneberg has a record of 452-408. He earned his 400th career victory in the 2009 NCAA tournament with a win over Gonzaga. Kinneberg has coached collegiate baseball for 27 years. His teams established school records for victories in a season at UTEP in 1985, Wyoming in 1990 and Utah in 1996. During Kinneberg’s first stint as Utah’s head coach in 1996, he led the Utes to a 30-22 record. His squad tied for third place in the Western Athletic Conference’s Northern Division and three players earned all-WAC honors.

Kinneberg has also made his mark on the national scene. In 2010 he served as the head coach of the US National Team that won a silver medal at the FISU World University Championships in Japan. Kinneberg has done several stints with USA Baseball. He served as the pitching coach in 2007 and 1999. The 2007 pitching staff turned in a 25-12 mark in international competition, and finished with a scant 1.93 earned-run average. Kinneberg also spent several years as director of the organization’s athlete development program. Prior to joining the Utah staff, Kinneberg worked for the Chicago White Sox organization as a minor league pitching coach. From 1996 through 2001, Kinneberg was the associate head coach at the University of Arizona. The Wildcats were 124-102 and advanced to an NCAA Regional during Kinneberg’s tenure. He served an assistant baseball coach at Arizona State from 1992 through 1994. During the 1993 and 1994 seasons, Kinneberg helped lead the Sun Devils to back-to-back appearances in the College World Series. Kinneberg was the head baseball coach at Wyoming from 1986 through 1992. While in charge of the Cowboys’ program, Kinneberg guided his team to the WAC playoffs in five of his seven seasons. In 1990, he earned WAC Coach of the Year honors, leading Wyoming to a 37-18 record. Kinneberg coached 16 All-WAC players while in Laramie. Kinneberg served as head coach at UTEP in 1985. Prior to that, he was an assistant at UTEP for four seasons. In addition to his duties with USA Baseball, Kinneberg worked with the Italian Olympic team in 1984, serving as pitching coach. Kinneberg is a 1980 graduate of Arizona. He played two years with the Wildcats, going 7-4 on the mound with seven saves, including an appearance in the 1979 College World Series. Kinneberg earned a master’s degree from UTEP in 1982. Kinneberg and his wife Janet reside in Sandy, Utah. They have two children, Joe (11) and David (9).

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BRYAN KINNEBERG

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Hitting Coach 5th Season

Mike Crawford is in his fourth year as the pitching coach for the University of Utah. The Utes have consistently been towards the top of the league in several pitching categories. Last season, Utah led the conference in fewest hits, doubles and home runs allowed. In 2010, Utah led the conference in fewest walks, hits and home runs allowed. The team finished second in opposing batting average and saves, behind only College World Series participant TCU. Rick Anton led the conference in wins and ranked third in strikeouts in 2011. Anton was an eighth-round draft pick to the Dodgers. Tyler Wagner set a school record with 12 saves, which ranked 26th in the NCAA. In his first year in 2009, Crawford coached MLB draft picks Brian Budrow and Jordan Whatcott. Utah also set a school record for strikeouts en route to winning the MWC Tournament. Crawford previously spent two seasons as associate head coach at Yavapai College where the Roughriders were 41-16-1 in 2008. They climbed to as high as No. 9 in the national polls, and won their league with a 30-8 mark. Crawford’s pitching staff was one of six schools in the 13-team league with an earned-run average below 4.00 (3.81). Yavapai was fourth in the conference strikeouts (393). From 2002-05, Crawford was the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator at Cochise College in Douglas, Ariz. He helped the Apaches to a pair of second-place league finishes (2004, 2005), and the 2005 pitching staff had the lowest earned-run average in the conference (2.66). As CC recruiting coordinator, he saw three of his four recruiting classes play for a regional championship. Before that he worked two seasons at Pima College in Tucson, Ariz. Crawford played at the University of Arizona from 1999-2000. He was a starting pitcher for the Wildcats both years and was named the Pac-10 Pitcher of Week in May, 1999. He graduated from UA in 2001 with a bachelor’s of science in communication and went on to get his master’s from the United States Sports Academy in 2008. The Tucson native’s playing career began at Yavapai College as a starting pitcher in 1997-98. In 1998, he was named the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (ACCAC) Pitcher of the Year. Crawford and his wife, Sarah, have a six-year-old son, Kolby.

Assistant coach Bryan Kinneberg is in his fifth season on the University of Utah coaching staff. He serves as hitting coach and is the third base coach. Over the past three seasons, Kinneberg coached C.J. Cron into one of the best hitters in the country. Cron, who was a two-time first-team AllAmerican and a Golden Spikes Award Semifinalist, was a first-round draft pick in 2011. Cron and James Brooks finished first and second in the MWC last year in batting average, while Cron led the nation in slugging percentage. In 2008, Utah led the conference with a .323 batting average. Kinneberg previously spent two years at Oklahoma State as its volunteer assistant coach. At OSU, he assisted with the hitters and infielders and coached first base. The Cowboys led the Big 12 in nearly every offensive statistical category in 2007, including batting average (.319), doubles (144), home runs (86) and slugging percentage (.518). In addition, the team fielded at a .971 clip. While on staff at OSU, Kinneberg saw the team make two postseason appearances. In 2007, the Cowboys were one win away from the College World Series, falling to Louisville in the third game of the Super Regional. OSU went 83-41 while Kinneberg was on staff, and had a school record 11 players taken in the MLB draft in 2007. Kinneberg played at North Carolina State where he was part of two NCAA Regional teams. He also played for Phoenix College in Peoria, Ariz. Kinneberg was an all-district player there, ranking among the league’s best hitters. Phoenix played in the NJCAA national title game in 2001. He graduated from NC State in 2005 with a degree in philosophy. Kinneberg and his wife Stephanie have a son Gavin and daughter Ella Grace.

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Pete Flores begins his fourth season at Utah as a volunteer assistant. He works with the team in all areas and also serves as the first base coach. Before joining the Utes, Flores spent three seasons at East Los Angeles College, serving as the top assistant. East made the state regional tournament twice during his tenure. Flores worked with the team in a number of areas, including hitting, base-running and skill work. Flores also spent three summers (2006-’08) coaching in the Central Illinois Collegiate League. In 2005, Flores coached for one year at South Gate High School in Los Angeles, where the team made the city semifinal. Prior to that, he played at Southern Nazarene, as well as El Camino College. Flores played at University High in Santa Monica, Calif., reaching the city championships in 1998.

Former four-time all-conference Utah infielder Jay Brossman is in his first season on the baseball staff as a student assistant coach. Brossman returns to the Utes after spending five years in the Los Angeles Angels minor league system. Brossman hit .359 over his four-year Utah career from 2004-07. He set school records for hits (307), doubles (69), and total bases (482). Brossman was selected in the 36th round of the 2007 MLB draft. He was a Pioneer League All-Star in 2007. Brossman went as high as Double-A Arkansas in his career before voluntarily retiring due to injuries.

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SALT LAKE CITY Salt Lake City, home to the University of Utah and the state’s capital city, offers an unrivaled blend of metropolitan life and recreational opportunities. With 186,440 residents, Salt Lake City is the largest city in the state and its metro population of 1,029,655 ranks in the top 50 in the United States. Yet Salt Lake City maintains the charm of a small western city.

The Best City

• Fifth-best City for the Next Decade, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine • “Best City for Jobs,” Forbes Magazine • 237 days of sunshine per year • 15 percent average humidity • Host city for the 2002 Winter Olympics

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• Nine ski resorts within an hour’s drive • Home to the Sundance Film Festival • Five professional sports franchises • Symphony, opera, theater and dance

Salt Lake International Airport • Five minutes from downtown • Ranked third-best in the U.S. by Zagat.com • Delta Airlines hub • 23rd-busiest airport in the U.S.

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Employment opportunities, culture, quality of life and recreation are some of the reasons why Salt Lake City is consistently named one of the nation’s best cities. In the June 2010 issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, Salt Lake City was No. 5 on its list of the “10 Best Cities for the Next Decade.” Forbes Magazine selected Salt Lake City as “The Best City for Jobs” in both 2007 and 2008, and it was termed the “Fittest City in the Nation” in 2009 by Men’s Fitness magazine. Nestled between the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountain ranges and the Great Salt Lake, the city is located in one of the most picturesque places on earth. The lowest point within city boundaries is 4,210 feet near the Great Salt Lake, and the highest is Grandview Peak at 9,410 feet. The Great Salt Lake (48 miles wide and 90 miles long) is the world’s second largest saltwater lake and the largest lake in the western United States. The city is the cultural, financial, educational, technological, commercial and communications hub of the

Intermountain West. Utah was named the most technologically advanced state in the 2008 Digital States Survey and rated as one of the top 10 most socially networked cities in America. Salt Lake is also home to world-renowned medical and technology industries. Cultural and ethnic activities flourish in Salt Lake City and its vibrant downtown features dining, shopping, music and ethnic festivals, art galleries, professional symphony, opera, theater and dance. The annual Sundance Film Festival, which is the largest independent film festival in the U.S., attracts movie stars, celebrities and thousands of film buffs to the area every year. According to P3/Production Update Magazine, Utah is one of the “10 Best States in the Nation for Film.” Professional sports franchises in Salt Lake City include the Utah Jazz (NBA), Real Salt Lake (Major League Soccer), Salt Lake Bees (AAA baseball), Utah Blaze (Arena Football) and Utah Grizzlies (East Coast Hockey League).

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Snapshot of the U. Founded in 1850 Research I University Top 100 world ranking 190 majors (undergraduate/graduate) 2007 Nobel Prize winner Mario Cappechi

THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Ranked among the top 100 universities in the world, the University of Utah is renowned for its research expertise, academic performance and athletic prowess. The U., which has earned a top-tier ranking from the Academic Ranking of World Universities for eight consecutive years, became a member of the Pac-12 Conference on July 1, 2011. Founded in 1850, the University of Utah encompasses 1,500 acres in the foothills of the towering Wasatch Mountains. The campus is located just minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and world-class ski resorts. The campus combines an eclectic mix of teaching and research facilities in a park-like setting of trees, fountains, flowering malls and pedestrian walkways with incomparable views of the Salt Lake valley. Home to a student population of over 30,000, the U. offers some 100 undergraduate and 90 graduate majors. Many of the U.’s programs are nationally ranked, including law, pharmacy, architecture, business, engineering and dance. Students come from all 50 states and many foreign countries. Utah ranks among the top public research universities in the nation, with particular distinction in medicine, genetics and engineering. In 2009-10, the University received a record-setting $451 million in external funding for research. University of Utah geneticist Mario R. Capecchi, one of many acclaimed faculty members, received the 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine for his work on gene targeting. The U. leads the nation in the number of spinoff companies started with University-developed research or technology. In 2010, 19 new companies were formed, for a total of 102 new startups since 2006.

In 2010, University of Utah Health Care was ranked No. 1 in quality in the nation among academic medical centers. The Eccles Institute of Human Genetics is one of several innovative medical programs at the U. Others include the Huntsman Cancer Institute, the Moran Eye Center and the Brain Institute. The U. is also noted for its work in technology and computer sciences. The University’s School of Computing was founded in 1965, and began a pioneering legacy in computer graphics and visualization that continues today. A lively residential living experience is provided in the beautiful Heritage Commons, which served as the Athletes Village for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Utah students enjoy unparalleled recreational activities, from skiing and snowboarding at any of nine world-class resorts in nearby canyons, to backpacking, mountain biking, fly fishing and river running. The U.’s location in the largest city in the Intermountain West, with a metro population of over one million, allows for an urban experience in a spectacular natural setting. The U. is home to the state’s natural history and fine arts museums, and well as the Pioneer Theatre Company.

TOP 25 IN RESEARCH

Utah ranks among the top 25 public research universities in the nation, with particular distinction in medicine, genetics and engineering.

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ACADEMICS The Kenneth P. Burbidge Jr. Family Athletics Academic Center, which opened in May of 2001, is a national-class academic facility. Reserved for Utah’s varsity student-athletes, the Burbidge Center is known for its aesthetics, technology offerings and academic service. The 11,000-square-foot facility is a campus landmark by virtue of its two-story, floor-toceiling curved glass wall. Its location is ideal for the population it serves: situated between the HPER complex and the Huntsman Center, the Burbidge Center is central to classrooms and athletic venues. The full-service academic facility is utilized by all 18 varsity Utah athletic teams and was underwritten by a generous $2 million gift from the Kenneth P. Burbidge Jr. family. The center consolidates Utah’s athletic-academic efforts via computer labs, study space and academic counseling, while also providing a social gathering place for the student-athletes. Housed in the building are the academic services, compliance and nutrition departments, and the awardwinning NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program.

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The mission of the Burbidge Family Athletics Academic Center is to provide an integrated learning environment that will enhance the academic and personal development of all student-athletes. The objective is to accommodate the diverse needs and schedules of Utah’s student-athletes through a wide range of individual and group support services, computer technologies and independent study opportunities.

Burbidge Family Academic Center

• 11,000 square feet • Computer Lab • Student-Athlete Lounge • Conference room • Life Skills/ Career Resource Center • Tutoring Rooms • Study Table • Academic Advising Offices • Compliance Department

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ACADEMICS Excellence at the U.

Support for Student-Athletes

Research

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A Research I university, Utah was ranked as the 16th-best Public University by Forbes Magazine in 2009. The U. is particularly renowned in medicine, genetics and engineering. Geneticist Mario R. Capecchi received the 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology/ Medicine for his work on gene targeting.

Grants

One of the leading universities in the nation in federal research grants, the U. attracted $376.7 million in research funding in 2008-09.

Entrepreneurs

The University of Utah ranks second in the nation to MIT in university startup companies based on scholarly research.

Wired in

Utah ranks among the “Most Wired Schools” in the nation. Student-athletes have their own computer lab in the Burbidge Athletics Academic Center.

Available to all student-athletes.

Tutors

Individual tutors and exam reviews.

Life Skills Center

Student-athletes receive training in personal development, community service and career planning.

Internships

“Partnering with U.” offers career mentoring, shadowing and internships with area businesses.

Fifth-Year Senior Program

Financial aid for student-athletes to finish coursework in their fifth year.

Summer School

An option for student-athletes who meet the criteria.

Priority Registration

Enables student-athletes to schedule classes around practices and training.

University of Utah Rankings

1: Generating Startup Companies (Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM)) 1: U of U Health Care (University Healthsystem Consortium) 2: Specialty of Physician Assistant Training (U.S. News & World Report) 3: Green Power on Campus (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)) 8: Nursing-Midwifery (U.S. News & World Report) 5: Family Medicine (U.S. News & World Report) 9: Physical Therapy (U.S. News & World Report) 16: Pharmacy (U.S. News & World Report) 22: Biomedical/Bioengineering (U.S. News & World Report) 22: David Eccles School of Business Undergraduate Accounting) Public Accounting Report (PAR)) 25: David Eccles School of Business Graduate Accounting (Public Accounting Report (PAR)) For additional rankings, visit unews. utah.edu/rankings

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CAMPUS LIFE The University of Utah residence halls are located in a magnificent mountain setting. Heritage Commons, a living-learning community of 2,500 students, opened in 2000. It served as the Athletes Village during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. The residential complex is the heart of campus activity and has a vibrant, energetic atmosphere.

Heritage Commons

• Located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains • Picturesque views of Salt Lake City • Served as the Athletes’ Village at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games

A Student Village

• 912,000-square foot complex • 21 buildings • Dining hall, post office, bookstore, copy center • Game and fitness rooms

Staying Connected

• Internet, cable TV and HBO in all rooms • Computer and technology labs

Easy Access

• Free campus shuttles • Free TRAX light rail and city bus pass • Ample, nearby parking

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Situated in historic Fort Douglas on 70 acres of land, the 912,000-square foot residential complex boasts picturesque views of Salt Lake City and the surrounding mountain ranges. Heritage Commons consists of 21 buildings—20 residential and one for dining and support services. Eight of the buildings are apartment style, with 235 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Each residence hall has an advanced telecommunications system (voice, video and data), Internet and cable TV connections, HBO in every room, a large community lounge, study rooms, indoor bike storage and a kitchenette on every floor. Other amenities include game and exercise rooms and computer labs. The Chase N. Peterson Heritage Center houses a dining facility that seats 600, a convenience store, computer and technology labs, fitness and game rooms, multipurpose rooms, a mail center and more. The student village also contains a

University Bookstore branch, University Copy Center and the University Guest House—an on-campus hotel. Transportation is another benefit of Heritage Commons. A U of U parking permit allows residents to park near their hall, although a car is not necessary. Free campus shuttles run every 10 minutes and the Utah Transit Authority and light rail (TRAX), free to U. students, traverse 21 routes to and from campus. TRAX extends to downtown Salt Lake and outlying areas, with an airport spur in the works. The residence halls are also easily accessible to main campus by foot and are connected via the George S. Eccles 2002 Legacy Bridge.

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SPRING MOBILE BALLPARK The University of Utah plays in perhaps one of the most beautiful settings in the nation. Nestled in downtown Salt Lake City, but with sprawling views of the 11,000-foot peaks of the Wasatch Mountain range, is Spring Mobile Ballpark. Spring Mobile features seating that curves towards the playing field to enhance sight lines for every seat. The suite level is one of the closest upper decks in the nation, offering fans the amenities of comfort without sacrificing proximity to the field of play. The outfield is asymmetrical (345 feet down the left-field foul line, 386 to the left-center alley, 420 feet to center field, 373 feet to the right-center alley and a 315 feet down the right field line). Right field has a short home run porch; bullpens are on the field, directly in front of the fans. Not only is Spring Mobile field home to the Utes baseball program, but it’s also home to the Salt Lake Bees. The Bees are the Triple-A farm club of the California Angels.

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SPENCE ECCLES FIELD HOUSE Spence Eccles Field House

• Opened: November, 2004 • Cost: $6 million • Funding: Private ($2 million from Spence Eccles) • Size: 74,000 square feet • Height: 60 feet • Surface: FieldTurf • Portable pitching mounds • Batting cages

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TEAM ROOM The Utah baseball locker room recieved a significant upgrade in the fall of 2009, complete with new lockers and a lounge area.

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The $1.5 million, 17,000 square foot Alex Smith Strength & Conditioning Center was completed in the summer of 2009.

ALEX SMITH STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CENTER Facility Facts

• Opened: July 6, 2009 • Cost: $1.5 million • Funding: Private • Lead Gift: $500,000 pledged on Feb. 12, 2007 by Ute Heisman Trophy finalist and 2005 NFL No. 1 Draft pick Alex Smith • Size: At 17,000 square feet, it is one of the largest college strength & conditioning facilities in the nation • Director: Doug Elisaia, Director of Strength & Conditioning

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Principles of the Program Strength Training

The idea is centered on accelerating quicker than our opponent. We will do this by concentrating on quick and explosive lifts, combined with quick and explosive agility, sprint and plyometric drills.

Speed Development

Each running session will include acceleration drills more than any other drills. The most important aspect of speed development is the athlete must work at maximal effort in each and every drill.

Flexibility

It is a traditional part of every strength and conditioning program. When the athlete is not able to put a body joint through the proper range of motion, it can affect performance in various ways.

Mental Toughness

These weight training or conditioning sessions push the body way beyond comfort levels, and in some cases, to utter exhaustion.

This allows the student-athlete to develop capacity to push through barriers created by pain and fatigue.

Conditioning

Conditioning is best obtained by working the energy system with volume. Conditioning should be cycled with light, medium and heavy days to avoid over-training. Recovery is often better than work.

Injury Prevention

The Utah athlete will be expected to work harder than anyone else when he/she is injured. We will work with the athletic training staff to coordinate efforts to bring the athlete back to the playing field as quickly as possible.

Motivating

We will coach in a very positive manner, always reinforcing our belief in an athlete as a champion in the making. No one out-works, out-hustles or has more ability than a Utah student-athlete.

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UTAH ATHLETICS HISTORY Utah made NCAA history in 2004-05 when it became the only school ever to produce a No. 1 NFL and NBA draft pick in the same year. The unprecedented event—featuring quarterback Alex Smith and center Andrew Bogut—bolstered Utah’s reputation as an athletics power.

ON TO THE PAC-12 The latest chapter in Ute athletics history began on July 1, 2011, when Utah officially became a member of the Pac-12 Conference.

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Football is 623-428-31 in its 117-year history. In the mid-1990s, the Utes evolved from a conference contender to a national force and they now play to sold-out crowds in 45,017-seat Rice-Eccles Stadium. The original “BCS Buster,” Utah is 2-0 in BCS bowl games with wins over Alabama (2009 Sugar Bowl) and Pittsburgh (2005 Fiesta Bowl). The Utes are tied with USC for the second-longest bowl win streak alltime, winning nine in a row from 1999-2009. Utah has finished in the nation’s Top 25 six times, including a No. 2 ranking in 2008 and a No. 4 finish in 2004. Men’s Basketball has thrived throughout its history, winning an NCAA Championship in 1944 and finishing as the NCAA runner-up in 1998. Utah, which also won national championships in 1916 (AAU) and 1947 (NIT), has advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 nine times. The Utes rank 11th in the nation in both all-time victories (1,664) and winning percentage (65.1%), and are in the top 10 in conference titles (29). Utah’s 27 NCAA Tournament appearances and 35 NCAA Tournament wins rate among the top 25 programs. Women’s Gymnastics boasts 10 national championships and eight runner-up finishes. Utah is the only school to qualify for all 30 NCAA Gymnastics Championships and has made 36 consecutive national championship appearances. One of the best attended women’s sports in NCAA history, the Ute gymnasts M E D I A

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have drawn over 11,000 fans a meet for the past 21 years, including an NCAA-record 14,213 in 2010. Women’s Basketball has averaged over 20 wins a season since its start back in 1974-75. The Ute women have received 17 NCAA Tournament invites since 1982—advancing to the Sweet 16 twice and the Elite Eight once. They have won 22 conference championships. The Men’s and Women’s Ski Teams have captured 10 NCAA Championships, including five in the 1980s and three in the 1990s. Volleyball has participated in 10 of the last 13 NCAA Tournaments with two Sweet 16 finishes. Softball has qualified for the postseason 18 times (13 NCAA) and has five College World Series appearances (four NCAA). Women’s Soccer has played in the NCAA Tournament in five of the last nine years. Baseball won the 2009 Mountain West Conference tournament and claimed two victories at the NCAA Regional. Other Ute athletic highlights include: Men’s Tennis (24 conference championships), Women’s Tennis (2011 MWC Tournament title, 2010 MWC regular-season championship, and back-to-back NCAA appearances), Men’s Swimming and Diving (24 conference championships), Women’s Swimming and Diving (2006 conference champion) and Women’s Cross Country (1981 AIAW Division II National Champion).

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#28 ZACH ADAMS RHP • R/R 6-4 • 200 Jr. • 2VL West Jordan, Utah Cottonwood HS

2011: Pitched in five games (30 innings pitched) before sitting out the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury … 36 strikeouts was leading the team at the time of the injury … 2.40 ERA with a 2-0 record … opponents hit .180 … struck out nine and allowed two runs on three hits against Cal in five innings (2/20) … allowed one run and three hits with eight strikeouts in five innings against Arkansas (2/26) … recovered after a rough start against No. 16 Baylor at the Houston College Classic, allowing just one earned run on three hits with six strikeouts to pick up his first win of the year (3/5) … seven strikeouts, giving up one run on four hits in win over Santa Clara (3/11) … pitched seven innings with six strikeouts vs. BYU (3/18). 2010: Pitched in 16 games with one start (Utah Valley, 3/23) ... 1-2 record ... 4.86 ERA ... two saves ... 33.1 innings pitched ... 41 strikeouts ... three strikeouts in three batters faced in first collegiate appearance against UC Davis (2/20) ... first save against Sam Houston State, striking out four and allowing no runs over 2.2 innings (2/27) ... save at Washington State (3/7) with two strikeouts in two innings ... four strikeouts in first start against Utah Valley (3/23) ... allowed just one hit over 2.2 innings in relief against Air Force (4/3) ... season-high six strikeouts in 2.1 innings against Utah Valley (4/13) ... picked up first collegiate win after allowing no runs in 2.2 innings against San Diego State (4/18) ... five strikeouts in three innings against TCU (5/1) ... injured late in the season. High School: Earned first-team all-state honors in 2009 ... rated the sixth-best player in the 2009 class by the Utah Baseball Academy ... had four wins with a 1.03 ERA as a senior ... named to the state all-tournament team ... threw two shutout innings in the 2009 high school all-star game ... all-state honorable mention in 2008 ... won three state titles at Cottonwood. Major: Exercise and Sport Science. 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 4.86 1 2 16 1 0 0 0 2 33.1 34 18 18 16 41 8 1 3 143 .283 3 2 0 2 3 2011 2.40 2 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 30.0 18 10 8 12 36 1 2 1 119 .180 7 1 1 0 6 TOTAL 3.69 3 2 21 6 0 0 0 2 63.1 52 28 26 28 77 9 3 4 262 .236 10 3 1 2 9

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#22 JOSH ALEXANDER OF • R/R 6-2 • 195 So. • 1VL Phoenix, Ariz. Mountain Pointe HS

2011: Played in 27 games, starting 21 games (18 starts in the outfield) … .194 batting average … 14 total hits (one double) … five RBI … 2-for-4 in stolen bases … two hits in three games against Arkansas (2/25-27) … 2-for-4 against Air Force with an RBI (3/27) … 2-for4 against San Diego State (4/9) … showed improvement towards the end of the season, getting at least one hit in eight of the last 11 games of the year that he appeared in … Academic all-MWC. High School: Drafted in the 19th round by the Cincinnati Reds in 2010 ... earned secondteam All-America honors from Baseball America and the High School Baseball Coaches Association ... all-state, all-city, all-Arizona, alldistrict and all-region ... .518 batting average with 14 home runs and 45 RBI as a senior ... Mountain Pointe finished second in the state in 2010 ... had a career average of .468 with 21 home runs ... highest single-season and career batting average in school history ... hit .438 with 27 runs, 36 RBI’s, seven doubles and seven home runs and an on-base percentage of .519 as a junior ... 2009 Cincinnati Reds Area Code team ... led the Arizona Junior Sunbelt Team to a bronze medal in 2009 ... played on the Arizona Dodgers scout team from 2007-09 ... MVP of junior varsity team in 2007, leading the team in every offensive category ... also a wide receiver on the football team. Major: Pre-business.

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 .194 27 21 72 9 14 1 0 0 5 15 .208 8 0 20 2 .275 0 3 2 4 29 0 1 .967

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#10 JAMES BROOKS INF • R/R 6-3 • 200 Sr. • 1VL Melbourne, Australia Cochise CC

2011: Second-team all-MWC shortstop … started 49 games at short (missed one game due to injury) … finished second in the MWC in batting average (.372) … hit .383 in conference play … second in the MWC in runs scored (55) … ranked 16th in the NCAA in runs per game (1.12) … tied for second in the conference with teammate C.J. Cron with 26 doubles … tied for eighth in the NCAA in doubles and was tied for second in doubles per game (0.53) … third in the MWC in total bases (130), third in triples (6), fourth in hits (83) and fifth in slugging percentage (.583) … was also eighth in the conference in stolen bases (11) and on-base percentage (.415) … .925 fielding percentage … 32 RBI … three home runs … hit .424 with runners in scoring position … 23 multiple-hit games … 11-of-14 in stolen bases … had two long hitting streaks, a 16-game hitting streak from 2/27-3/29, and a 21-game hitting streak from 4/2-5/14 (had only four games without a hit) … 5-for-12 with a double and four runs scored at the Houston College Classic, going 3-for-3 in stolen bases (3/4-6) … hit a double and scored a run against No. 9 Texas A&M (3/4) … two hits against No. 16 Baylor (3/5) … three hits against BYU (3/18) … hit .545 (6-for-11) over three games against Air Force, including driving in the game-winning run in the second game of the series (3/25-27) … 3-for-4 against Utah Valley (3/29) … four doubles with four RBI, hitting .400 (6-of-15) during the San Diego State series (4/8-10) … hit three doubles as part of a .400 weekend (6-of-15) over three games against New Mexico (4/15-17) … tied the Utah record for hits in a game with a 6-for-6 performance against Utah Valley, which included three doubles, a triple, and six RBI (4/26) … 5-for-6 with three doubles against Air Force (4/29) … named NCBWA National Player of the Week and MWC Player of the Week after hitting .692 in a 5-0 week (5/3) … 3-for-4 against UAB (5/20) … was 2-for-2 in an exhibition game against the Salt Lake Bees … Academic all-MWC. Prior to Utah: First-team all-region and first-team allconference at Cochise College ... led the ACCAC in runs scored (58), ranking second in hits (83) and third in triples (8) ... .390 batting average ... NJCAA all-star team ... was second in the ACCAC in 2009 with 25 stolen bases and was tied for fourth with seven home runs ... played for the Victorian Institute of Sport baseball team in Australia ... also played with the Blackburn Orioles of Baseball Victoria, hitting .441 with 41 hits and 27 runs and earning Grand Finale MVP honors ... spent time in the Major League Baseball Australian Academy Program. Major: Exercise and Sport Science. 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 .372 49 49 223 55 83 26 6 3 32 130 .583 13 4 42 3 .415 1 3 11 14 81 155 19 .925

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#38 JOSH CHAPMAN RHP • R/R 6-0 • 200 So. • 1VL Scottsdale, Ariz. Saguaro HS

2011: Made 12 appearances, pitching 26 innings … 6.92 ERA with an 0-2 record … two saves (New Mexico and Tulane) … 17 strikeouts … made first career appearance against Arkansas, with two strikeouts (2/26) … solid over 3.1 innings against Kentucky, allowing one run on three hits with three strikeouts in the loss (3/6) … no runs and no hits with two strikeouts against Utah Valley (4/12) … threw four innings to earn a save at New Mexico, allowing one run on three hits with a strikeout (4/17) … threw 2 1/3 shutout innings against New Mexico in the MWC Tournament (5/26) … Academic all-MWC. High School: Second-team all-region in 2010 and honorable mention in 2009 ... Saguaro was the 2010 4A state champions ... Preseason All-Region by Perfect Game in 2010 ... three-year letter winner. Major: Pre-business.

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#30 SHAUN COOPER OF • R/R 5-10 • 195 Sr. • 1VL Tuscon, Ariz. Pima CC

On Cooper: Named the 2011 Summer Player of the Year by Perfect Game. 2012: Preseason Louisville Slugger All-American. 2011: First-team all-MWC outfielder … finished sixth in the MWC in batting average (.332) and third in slugging percentage (.589) … only player to play in all 50 games … tied for first in the league and 10th in the NCAA in triples (7) … tied for ninth in the MWC with 43 RBI – was often in a position to drive in runs hitting behind All-American C.J. Cron … tied for sixth in the league in home runs (8) and tied for seventh in total bases (119) … 67 total hits … 14 doubles … 2-for-3 in stolen bases … 20 multiple-hit games … 42 runs scored … three hits with a double during the Arkansas series (2/25-27) … single up the middle sent home the game-winning run in the seventh inning against No. 9 Texas A&M (3/4) … three hits against BYU (3/18) … hit .750 over two games against Southern Utah, going 6-for-8 with four runs scored and two triples (3/21-22) … hit .500 (6-for-12) against Air Force (3/25-27) … 4-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored against Utah Valley (3/29) … hit a three-run home run as part of a 3-for-4 night against San Diego State (4/10) … hit .400 over three games against New Mexico (6-of15), with six RBI (4/15-17) … had five hits, two home runs and a triple during the San Diego State series (5/6-8) … was the driving force in game one’s 3-0 win in the first game of the SDSU series, scoring on a wild pitch before hitting a two-run home run (5/6) … reached on an error and scored the go-ahead run in game one against TCU in extra innings (5/13) … hit a solo home run in a 2-1 loss against TCU (5/15) … Academic all-MWC … MWC Scholar-Athlete. Prior to Utah: Second-team all-region and firstteam all-conference at Pima in 2010 ... .330 batting average with 18 stolen bases, 17 doubles, four home runs and 44 RBI ... spent the 2009 season at Arizona, hitting .300 in 27 games with nine doubles, three home runs and 18 RBI ... .525 slugging percentage ... 2008 4A Player of the Year at Catalina Magnet HS in Tucson, Ariz. ... tied the Arizona 4A record for career home runs with 37 ... graduated in the top eight of his high school class with a 4.0 GPA. Major: Exercise and Sport Science – Fitness Leadership. 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 .332 50 50 202 42 67 14 7 8 43 119 .589 19 4 46 1 .395 3 2 2 3 76 2 1 .987

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#21 BROCK DUKE RHP • R/R 6-2 • 210 Jr. • 2VL Salem, Utah Spanish Fork HS

2011: Tied for fifth in the MWC with six wins (6-3 record) … 6.00 ERA … 14 appearances and 11 starts (54 innings pitched) … 48 strikeouts … third in the MWC with 59 hits allowed … allowed just three home runs, tying for fifth in the conference … 36 runs allowed tied for seventh in the MWC … had nine strikeouts in his first start of the season against Santa Clara to earn the win (3/13) … threw five innings with seven strikeouts in a win over BYU (3/19) … came away the winner in a 2-1 pitchers duel against Air Force, striking out seven in six innings (3/26) … earned the win in game three against Tulane, allowing one run with four strikeouts in seven innings (4/23) … forced Air Force into leaving the bases loaded in the second inning and only gave up one more hit in the game through seven innings, allowing no runs in the win (4/30) … solid in five innings against UAB, striking out five while allowing just one run (5/21). 2010: Led Utah and tied for fifth in the conference with four saves ... team-high 21 appearances, pitching 32.2 innings ... 32 strikeouts ... 8.82 ERA ... four strikeouts in 3.2 innings in first collegiate appearance against UC Davis (2/20) ... two saves in two appearances in the Sam Houston State series, allowing no hits in 4.2 innings with five strikeouts (2/27, 2/28) ... saves vs. Air Force (4/3) and Utah Valley (4/13) ... allowed just one hit with two strikeouts over 2.1 innings at USC (5/8). High School: Honorable Mention Louisville Slugger High School All-American (2009) ... Rated No. 1 in the state by the Utah Baseball Academy ... NHSBCA All-District 7 ... 2009 5A MVP ... Daily Herald All-Valley Baseball Player of the Year ... three-time first-team all-state ... led Spanish Fork to two state titles (2009, 2006) ... 2009 5A Tournament MVP ... 1.98 ERA with 78 strikeouts and an 8-1 record in 2009 ... seven complete games ... hit .412 as a senior with four home runs and 32 RBI ... played with the USA U16 baseball team in 2006 ... is the only U16 player to have beaten the Cuban national team. Personal: Brother Adam plays baseball at Oregon State … wife Susan is on the Utah softball team. Major: Exercise and Sport Science. 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 8.82 0 2 21 0 0 0 0 4 32.2 34 36 32 27 32 3 2 5 159 .272 3 2 1 1 4 2011 6.00 6 3 14 11 0 0 0 0 54.0 59 36 36 27 48 14 2 3 246 .280 6 4 1 2 2 TOTAL 7.06 6 5 35 11 0 0 0 4 86.2 93 72 68 54 80 17 4 8 405 .277 9 6 2 3 6

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#35 BLAKE GOLDING RHP • L/R 6-2 • 210 Sr. • 2VL Provo, Utah Long Beach City College

2011: Made two appearances on the mound over two full innings, pitching against Southern Utah (3/21) and Utah Valley (4/12) … threw 1.2 innings against Southern Utah … MWC Scholar-Athlete. 2010: Pitched in six games for 13.1 innings ... 0-1 record, 7.43 ERA ... nine strikeouts ... best game came against UNLV on May 14, striking out six in 5.1 innings and allowing just one earned run on three hits ... pitched 3.2 innings against TCU in the MWC Tournament (5/26). Prior to Utah: First-team All-SCC at Long Beach CC ... 2.93 ERA and 7-5 record in 14 starts ... two shutouts and 54 strikeouts ... attended Provo HS ... 2007 first-team all-state and academic all-state ... led Provo to a thirdplace finish in 2007 ... all-tournament team ... had six wins with 47 strikeouts. Major: Pre-Engineering.

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 7.43 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 13.1 17 12 11 4 9 2 2 1 62 .298 0 1 0 0 0 2011 27.00 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 9 8 6 2 0 4 0 0 18 .600 0 1 0 0 0 TOTAL 9.98 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 15.1 26 20 17 6 9 6 2 1 80 .361 0 2 0 0 0

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#4 TYSON GONZALEZ OF • R/R 5-9 • 180 Sr. • 1VL Orem, Utah SLCC

2011: Played in 25 games with eight starts in the outfield … .147 batting average … five total hits … five walks, including three against Southern Utah (3/21) … scored seven total runs … had a hit in his only appearance at the plate against San Diego State in the MWC Tournament (5/25). 2010: Played in just one game as a pinch runner against Sam Houston State (2/27) before an injury sidelined him for the season. Prior to Utah: Played at Salt Lake CC in 200607 before embarking on an LDS mission ... .286 batting average with 18 stolen bases in 2007 ... hit .315 with seven triples, 23 RBI and 10 stolen bases in 2006 ... first-team all-state at Timpanogos HS ... .537 on-base percentage, 29 runs and nine stolen bases as a senior ... three-time all-region ... also ran track and played football in high school. Major: Economics.

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% 2010 .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2011 .147 25 8 34 7 5 0 0 0 0 5 .147 5 0 7 0 .256 0 0 0 0 18 1 1 .950 TOTAL .147 26 8 34 7 5 0 0 0 0 5 .147 5 0 7 0 .256 0 0 0 0 18 1 1 .950

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#40 GAVIN GREEN OF • L/L 6-0 • 200 Sr. • 3VL Layton, Utah Layton HS

2011: Played in 26 games with 17 starts in the outfield … .133 batting average … eight total hits with a double … 1-for-2 in stolen bases … seven total walks … scored the game-winning run against No. 9 Texas A&M after reaching on an error (3/4) … had a solid BYU series, going 4-for-7 (.571) with four runs scored and a .700 on-base percentage (3/17-19) … 3-for-4 with two runs scored in game two against BYU (3/18). 2010: Played in 20 games, starting 15 as a backup in the outfield ... .317 batting average ... 19 hits included three doubles, a triple and a home run ... ended the season on an eight-game hitting streak ... .450 slugging percentage ... 2-for-3 in stolen bases ... three hits, including a triple, at USC (5/9) ... hit .385 (5-for-13) and scored eight runs at UNLV (5/14-5/16) ... 2-for-4 with two RBI and a home run against New Mexico (5/20). 2009: Played in 39 games, making 18 starts in the outfield ... .247 batting average ... 21 hits ... 14 runs ... four doubles ... seven RBI ... 4-for-4 against BYU (4/18) ... drove in two runs against Washington State (4/22) ... 3-for-4 against San Diego State with three RBI and a double (5/15). High School: First-team all-state at Layton in 2008 ... .500 batting average with 34 RBI as a senior ...2008 Utah All-Star Game ... one of top 15 players in the state by the Baseball Academy ... two-time first-team all-region and all-area ... runs a 6.6 60-yard dash ... selected to the Jr. Olympic team (2006) ... 2007 Prospect Games MVP ... three-year starter and four-year letterwinner at Layton High ... team’s leading pitcher and hitter ... hit .459 with eight doubles, five home runs and 23 RBI in 2007 ... played summer ball in the Omaha Pro Tournament in Nebraska ... three-sport athlete ... all-state quarterback in football and also played basketball (point guard). Major: Health Education.

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 2009 .247 39 18 85 14 21 4 1 0 7 27 .318 1 3 29 0 .281 2010 .317 20 15 60 16 19 3 1 1 4 27 .450 3 3 17 1 .379 2011 .133 26 17 60 8 8 1 0 0 1 9 .150 7 1 17 0 .235 TOTAL .234 85 50 205 38 48 8 2 1 12 63 .307 11 7 63 1 .296

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#33 NICK GREEN LHP • L/L 6-3 • 190 So. • 1L Holladay, Utah Cottonwood HS

2011: Made three appearances with a start against Utah Valley (4/12) … 0-1 record … three total innings … had two total strikeouts (both against Utah Valley) … also pitched against Kentucky (3/6) and San Jose State (3/12). 2010: Redshirted. High School: Honorable mention all-state ... won three state titles at Cottonwood ... also played golf. Major: Economics.

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 2011 15.00 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 3.0 10 7 5 0 2 1 1 1 18 .588 0 0 0 1 0

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#15 CORY HUNT INF • R/R 5-10 • 175 So. • 1VL Sandy, Utah Jordan HS

2011: Played in 14 games with four starts … hit .176 with three total hits … 1-for-2 in stolen bases … 1-for-1 against San Jose State (3/12) … made first career start against Santa Clara, going 1-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI (3/13) … 1-for-4 against San Diego State with a run scored (4/10). High School: Two-time all-state player at Jordan HS ... all-region ... .453 batting average with a .598 on-base percentage as a senior ... 11 doubles ... earned the school’s Outstanding Student-Athlete Award ... Jordan HS finished first in the region and fifth in the state in 2009... an all-state player in football at wide receiver and was the 2008 all-region return specialist ... also played basketball. Personal: Father Jim Hunt played baseball at Utah from 1972-73. Major: Pre-business.

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 .176 14 4 17 3 3 0 0 0 1 3 .176 2 1 4 0 .300 0 2 1 2 5 8 1 .929

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#19 KESLEY KONDO RHP • R/R 6-2 • 190 Sr. • 1VL Sao Paulo, Brazil West Los Angeles CC

2011: Made 19 appearances in relief, pitching 25.2 innings … 9.82 ERA with an 0-3 record … 33 strikeouts … allowed just two total hits through his first eight appearances of the season … struck out three batters in one inning against BYU (3/19) … struck out five of the eight batters he faced against Air Force (3/26) … four strikeouts in two innings against San Diego State (4/8). Prior to Utah: Went 1-3 with 35 strikeouts and a 4.87 ERA at West Los Angeles College in 2010 ... second-team all-conference in 2008 ... played at Bloomington HS (Calif.) in 2007 and was named first-team all-league ... 3.10 ERA and a .368 batting average in high school ... has represented the Brazilian National Team three times. Personal: Major is economics ... brother Kelvin played baseball at Cal-State Dominguez.

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 2011 9.82 0 3 19 0 0 0 0 0 25.2 33 29 28 11 33 5 1 6 130 .317 1 9 0 1 5

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#17 BEN MORDINI RHP • R/R 6-3 • 210 So. • 1VL Denver, Colo. Cherry Creek HS

2011: Made 11 appearances with three starts … 5.34 ERA with a 1-2 record … 28.2 innings pitched …. 33 strikeouts … three strikeouts, allowing one run on one hit over two innings against Arkansas (2/25) … allowed one hit over two innings with three strikeouts against No. 16 Baylor (3/5) … earned his first collegiate start and win against Air Force, striking out seven over seven innings (3/27) … two shutout innings against Air Force, striking out three (4/30) … struck out six over 3.1 innings against San Diego State (5/7) … Academic all-MWC. High School: A 41st-round draft pick in 2010 (Colorado Rockies) ... honorable mention All-Colorado ... all-Centennial League ... 6-1 record as a senior with a 3.55 ERA, 80 strikeouts and 43 walks ... named to top 50 players game ... 2.21 ERA with a 5-0 record in 2009 ... participated in 2009 USA Baseball National Teams Identification Series on the U17 Mountain West team ... Cherry Creek spent time in the national top 25 in 2009. Major: Pre-business.

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 2011 5.34 1 2 11 3 0 0 0 0 28.2 24 20 17 25 33 5 1 0 135 .233 10 4 0 1 2

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#27 TREY NIELSEN INF • R/R 6-2 • 195 So. • 1VL Salt Lake City Skyline HS

2011: Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American … second-team all-MWC at third base … made 47 starts at third … sixth in the conference in slugging percentage (.572) … tied for fourth in the league and was second on the team with nine home runs … .318 batting average … 17 doubles … 55 hits … 3-of-6 in stolen bases … 41 RBI … 15 multiple-hit games … longest hitting streak was nine games … ended the season on a seven-game hitting streak … had at least one hit in his first six games as a Ute … 3-for-5 with three RBI against Santa Clara (3/11) … hit .417 during the BYU series (5-of-12), including a three-RBI double during the third game of the series (3/17-19) … had five hits during the Air Force series, including scoring the game-winning run in game two after stealing a base (3/25-27) … hit an inside-the-park grand slam against New Mexico (4/16) … named MWC Player of the Week on 4/25 after a strong week against BYU and Tulane … 2-for-5 with two doubles against BYU, scoring a run (4/19) … hit .556 over three games against Tulane with two doubles and two home runs, driving in six runs (4/21-23) … 3-for-4 with four RBI in game three against Tulane, falling a triple shy of the cycle (4/23) … hit a three-run home run against Utah Valley (4/26) … two-run home run against TCU gave the Utes the lead (5/13) … drove in seven runs against San Diego State in the MWC tournament on a grand slam and a three-RBI double (5/25) … named to the MWC Tournament All-Tournament team. High School: Drafted in 2010 in the 42nd round by the Chicago Cubs ... two-time first-team all-state ... 2010 Preseason Rawlings honorable mention All-American ... went 6-1 on the mound as a senior with a 1.21 ERA ... 58 innings pitched ... 96 strikeouts ... hit .444 with 15 intentional walks ... 10 home runs and 29 RBI ... hit .485 with seven home runs and 31 RBI’s as a junior ... hit two home runs in the 2009 Marshall Gates Foundation/ Deseret News all-star game in 2009 ... also pitches and plays first base ... played with the Mountain West Baseball Academy ... 2009 Cincinnati Reds Area Code team. Personal: Father Scott Nielsen pitched at Brigham Young and played four years in Major League Baseball. Major: Mass communication. 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 .318 48 47 173 25 55 17 0 9 41 99 .572 11 3 44 1 .365 2 3 3 6 22 70 18 .836

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#12 JOE POND RHP • R/R 6-3 • 195 Jr. • 2VL Centerville, Utah Judge Memorial HS

2011: Made 16 appearances with 12 starts … 4.36 ERA with a 4-4 record … 74.1 innings pitched ... only pitcher in the MWC who did not allow a home run … opponents held to a .246 batting average, which was eighth in the conference … 65 strikeouts 10th in the MWC … only allowed 69 hits, ranking ninth in the conference … five strikeouts against Arkansas (2/27) … allowed just one run on two hits with five strikeouts over 4.1 innings against Kentucky (3/6) … picked up his first win of the year against Southern Utah, striking out nine over 5.1 innings (3/22) … one run on two hits over four innings in relief against UNLV to earn the win (4/2) … seven K’s against Tulane (4/22) … allowed just one run with six strikeouts over seven innings against Air Force for a win (4/30) … seven strikeouts in seven innings in a no-decision vs. San Diego State (5/8) … stellar outing against TCU, allowing just three hits through eight innings with six strikeouts, surrendering just one unearned run (5/15) … one hit and four strikeouts over four innings against UAB (5/20) … Academic all-MWC … MWC Scholar-Athlete. 2010: Redshirted after undergoing Tommy John surgery in the offseason. 2009: Made 15 appearances with two starts ... injured late in the season ... 8.61 ERA ... 1-1 record ... 20 strikeouts ... two strikeouts and allowed just two hits in 2.2 innings vs. No. 4 Texas A&M (3/8) ... earned a win over BYU, pitching 1.1 innings, giving up one run on two hits with two strikeouts (3/13) ... allowed two runs in five innings with four strikeouts in first start against Gonzaga (3/25) ... one hit over two innings with two strikeouts vs. New Mexico (4/11). High School: Drafted as the 24th pick in the 39th round (1,186 overall) by the Philadelphia Phillies ... four-year starter at Judge HS ... 2008 Deseret News Mr. Baseball ... Salt Lake Tribune 2008 3A MVP ... 10-0 in 2008, 78 strikeouts in 49 innings ... just five earned runs all season ... led Judge to the 2008 state championship, pitching a one-hitter in the semifinals ... MVP of 3A tournament ... third-place in the state in 2007, second in 2006 ... rated the 11th-best player in Utah by the Baseball Academy ... all-state in 2007 and 2006 ... went 9-1 on the mound in 2007 ... also hit .523 ... two-sport athlete, quarterbacking Judge into the 2007 State Championship game. Major: Finance. 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 2009 8.61 1 1 15 2 0 0 0 0 23.0 36 25 22 17 20 9 0 1 121 .364 4 2 0 0 3 2011 4.36 4 4 16 12 0 0 0 0 74.1 69 47 36 43 65 13 2 0 332 .246 15 1 0 2 5 TOTAL 5.36 5 5 31 14 0 0 0 0 97.1 105 72 58 60 85 22 2 1 453 .276 19 3 0 2 8

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#7 TYLER RELF OF • R/R 6-0 • 185 Jr. • 2VL Sandy, Utah Alta HS

2011: Played in 38 games with 27 starts … hit .167 … five doubles and seven RBI … 4-for-4 in stolen bases … scored the game-winning run against BYU after walking to lead off the inning (3/17) … three hits during the SUU series with a pair of doubles (3/21-22) … 2-for-3 against Utah Valley with a double and two runs scored (4/26) … 2-for-4 with a double and three runs scored vs. Air Force (4/29). 2008: Played in 37 games with 24 starts in the outfield ... .193 batting average with two doubles ... 10 RBI and 10 runs scored ... 2-for-4 with a double vs. Utah Valley (3/25) ... drove in the game-winning run against UVU with an RBI single (4/3) ... two-RBI, bases-loaded single against UNLV (4/25) ... 3-for-5 with two RBI in win over BYU at the MWC Tournament (5/20) ... Academic all-MWC. High School: All-state and first team all-region as a senior at Alta High School in Sandy, Utah ... honorable mention all-state as a junior ... lettered all four years. Major: Pre-business.

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 2008 .193 37 24 88 10 17 2 0 0 10 19 .216 5 1 24 2 .242 2011 .167 38 27 90 19 15 5 0 0 7 20 .222 10 2 19 2 .260 TOTAL .180 75 51 178 29 32 7 0 0 17 39 .219 15 3 43 4 .251

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#39 JO JO SHARRAR C • R/R 6-2 • 225 Sr. • 3VL Thousand Oaks, Calif. Newberry Park HS

2011: Started 43 games for the Utes … hit .236 with six doubles, one home run and 21 RBI … had 10 multiple-hit games … 2-for-4 against Cal (2/20) … 2-for-4 against Arkansas (2/26) … hit a two-run home run against BYU (3/19) … gave Utah the lead against UNLV with a bases-loaded double in the fourth inning for three runs (4/2) … had five hits and three RBI during the San Diego State series (4/8-10) … hit .538 (7-for-13) during the Air Force series (4/29-30) … 2-for-4 against San Diego State in the MWC Tournament (5/25). 2010: Started 30 games at catcher and nine at DH for the Utes ... .316 batting average ... 17 multiple hit games ... five doubles, one triple and a home run ... .380 slugging percentage ... .987 fielding percentage ... 13 RBI ... 2-for-2 vs. UC Davis (2/20) ... hit a double that would lead to the game-winning run in a 4-for-5 performance against Northern Colorado (3/28) ... drove in the gamewinning run against San Diego State in the ninth inning in a two-hit day (4/18) ... three hits against New Mexico (3/21), Utah Valley (4/13) and UNLV (5/15). 2009: Played in 21 games, making seven starts at catcher ... five hits and two runs scored in 27 atbats ... .972 fielding percentage ... 2-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI against BYU (3/13) ... also had hits against TCU (3/21), UC Irvine (4/23) and San Diego State (5/16) ... drove in a run against Cal State Fullerton in the NCAA Regional after reaching on an error (5/31). High School: Four-year starter at catcher at Newbury Park ... second-team all-league in 2008 ... hit .371 with 33 hits and 23 RBI as a senior at Newberry Park ... .356 batting average (31 hits, 20 RBI) as a junior in 2007 ... all-league and named to the all-Phil Nevin National Classic team as a junior ... hit .356 in 87 at bats in 2007 ... also had six doubles and two home runs ... honor roll every year and Presidential Award for academics ... played for the So Cal Cardinals in 2007. Major: Exercise and Sport Science. Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 2009 .185 21 7 27 2 5 0 0 0 3 5 .185 1 1 9 0 .241 2010 .316 43 39 158 20 50 5 1 1 13 60 .380 11 7 21 4 .384 2011 .236 45 43 157 14 37 6 0 1 21 46 .293 12 3 23 3 .302 TOTAL .269 109 89 342 36 92 11 1 2 37 111 .325 24 11 53 7 .336

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#34 TYLER WAGNER RHP • R/R 6-3 • 190 Jr. • 2VL Las Vegas, Nev. Bishop Gorman HS

On Wagner: Holds the Utah career record with 15 saves. 2011: First-team all-MWC reliever … led the MWC and ranked 26th in the NCAA with 12 saves (also set a single-season record at Utah) … 2.04 ERA with a 4-3 record … 33 strikeouts … 25 appearances (35 1/3 innings) … allowed just eight earned runs ... allowed just two hits over the final two innings against Arkansas (2/26) … pitched two innings against No. 9 Texas A&M, allowing just one hit and striking out two for the save (3/4) … pitched the final inning against No. 16 Baylor for a save (3/5) … earned a win over BYU, facing two batters in the ninth with a strikeout (3/17) … four strikeouts over 1.2 innings against Air Force (3/25) … picked up a win against New Mexico, pitching 2 2/3 innings (4/16) … pitched the final two innings of a shutout against San Diego State with three strikeouts for his 10th save of the year (5/6) … pitched four innings of Utah’s 7-6 extrainning win against TCU to earn the win, allowing one run on two hits with four strikeouts (5/13) … save against San Diego State at the MWC Tournament (5/25) … named to the NCBWA Midseason Stopper of the Year watch list. 2010: Made 10 appearances at pitcher, coming on strong late in the season for three saves ... also started three games at shortstop ... 21.1 innings ... 23 strikeouts ... 2.11 ERA ... 0-1 record ... held opponents to a .137 batting average, allowing just three doubles and one home run ... allowed no hits in 1.1 innings in first appearance against Washington State (3/6) ... first collegiate save against Air Force, allowing no hits over three innings with two strikeouts (4/2) ... three strikeouts in two innings vs. TCU (5/1) ... no hits over three innings with three strikeouts vs. UNLV (5/15) ... earned a save after pitching three innings vs. New Mexico (5/20) ... save vs. SDSU in the MWC Tournament, striking out a season-high five over 3.2 innings (5/25) ... hit .417 (5-for12) with a double and a walk. High School: Hit .286 in 23 games for Bishop Gorman in 2008 ... helped lead Bishop Gorman to the 2008 state title (41-3 record) and the team was ranked second nationally by Baseball America at the end of 2008 ... team won the 2008 American Legion World Series. Major: Exercise and Sport Science. 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 2.11 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 3 21.1 10 5 5 9 23 3 0 1 83 .137 3 1 0 0 0 2011 2.04 4 3 25 0 0 0 1 12 35.1 27 17 8 17 33 3 0 1 160 .205 8 4 0 3 4 TOTAL 2.06 4 4 35 0 0 0 1 15 56.2 37 22 13 26 56 6 0 2 243 .180 11 5 0 3 4 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% 2010 .417 5 3 12 1 5 1 0 0 0 6 .500 1 0 3 0 .462 0 0 0 0 10 13 1 .958 W W W . U T A H U T E S . C O M

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#32 LUKE WEST RHP • R/R 6-5 • 210 So. • 1VL Sandy, Utah Juan Diego HS

2011: Made eight appearances with one start (Utah Valley, 4/26) … 2.51 ERA and a 1-0 record … 11 strikeouts … 14 1/3 innings pitched … shut down the side against Arkansas in one inning pitched (2/27) ... three hits and no runs allowed with three strikeouts over 4.2 innings against Southern Utah (3/21) … three hits and no earned runs in 3.1 innings vs. San Diego State to pick up the win (4/10) … four strikeouts in 2.2 innings in first career start against Utah Valley (4/26) … Academic all-MWC … MWC Scholar-Athlete. High School: First-team all-state ... led Juan Diego to back-to-back state championships (2009, 2010) ... 7-2 record with a 2.00 ERA as a senior ... hit .411 with 17 RBI, five doubles and four home runs ... threw a five-hit, eightstrikeout complete game in the 2009 state title game ... had a 3-0 record with a 2.30 ERA in 2009 ... graduated with honors and was on the honor roll every semester. Major: Pre-business.

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 2011 2.51 1 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 14.1 11 7 4 9 11 2 0 0 66 .212 3 4 0 1 0

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#9 RYAN COOPERSTONE INF • R/R 5-11 • 170 Jr. • JC Chatsworth, Calif. College of Southern Idaho

Prior to Utah: Honorable mention all-region at the College of Southern Idaho … hit .352 with 50 hits, eight doubles and three triples as a sophomore … 13 RBI … 4-of-5 in stolen bases … .451 slugging percentage … .446 on-base percentage sixth in the SWAC … hit .273 as a freshman, ranking sixth in the region with 15 doubles ... 7-of-8 in stolen bases ... 24 RBI and 39 runs scored ... team-high 130 assists ... earned all-state and all-league honors in high school in 2008 ... helped lead Chatsworth HS to city championships in 2008 and 2009 with a league title in 2008 ... hit .385 with 16 RBI and one home run as a senior, earning all-city honors ... hit .465 with 47 RBI as a junior. Major: Parks, Recreation and Tourism.

#3 KODY DAVIS INF • R/R 5-8 • 160 Fr. • HS West Jordan, Utah Juan Diego HS

High School: Two-time 3A MVP at Juan Diego HS … two-time first-team all-state, earning second-team honors in 2009 … led Juan Diego to three state titles (2011, 2010 and 2009) … .506 batting average as a senior … 26 RBI … four home runs and 12 doubles … .747 on-base percentage … .816 slugging percentage … 36 stolen bases … Under Armour Preseason All-American … .539 batting average with a .789 on-base percentage as a junior ... 27 stolen bases with 41 hits ... team captain ... hit .457 as a sophomore. Personal: Father Troy Davis lettered at Utah from 1983-86. Major: Undecided.  

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#6 CONNOR EPPARD OF • L/R 5-10 • 185 Jr. • JC Lakewood, Colo. Western Nevada CC

Prior to Utah: First-team all-region and team MVP at Western Nevada College in 2011 … .335 batting average … 41 RBI … 12 doubles … led the team and was second in the SWAC with eight home runs … fourth in the SWAC with 102 total bases … second in the SWAC with six triples … third in the SWAC in stolen bases (19-of-23) … Western Nevada won the SWAC and was the region runner-up … spent 2010 at New Mexico State, hitting .500 over 11 games (2-for-4) … played for three years at Lakewood HS (Colorado) … all-state … two-time all-conference … four homers, 24 RBI, 20 runs and a .410 batting average as a senior … led the state in home runs during his junior year with 14 … 48 RBI, 23 runs scored and a .575 batting average as a junior … all-state and all-conference quarterback … second in the state in rushing in 2008 with 1,680 yards and 24 touchdowns … had over 900 passing yards as a senior, throwing for over 1,000 yards as a junior. Major: Parks, Recreation and Tourism.

#31 JACKSON GOULDER RHP • R/R 6-2 • 215 Jr. • JC Scottsdale, Ariz. Paradise Valley CC

Prior to Utah: Had a 2.55 ERA with a 2-2 record as a sophomore at Paradise Valley CC … 17 strikeouts … one save … 24 innings pitched … .253 batting average … played in 34 games for Central Arizona CC as a freshman ... .262 batting average with 15 RBI ... firstteam all-state as a senior at Cactus Shadows HS ... Deseret Sky Region Co-Player of the Year ... South All-Star ... .379 batting average .. 41 RBI ... 10 doubles and seven home runs ... .705 slugging percentage ... 1.16 ERA in 66 innings pitched ... 52 strikeouts ... nine wins. Personal: Comes from an athletic family – brother Albie was a first-team all-WAC player at Louisiana Tech who was drafted in the 15th round by the Dodgers, brother Ollie played at Western Carolina, brother Jake plays at the University of the Pacific, and sister Gracie plays softball at Georgia. Major: Mass Communication.

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#16 BISS LARSEN INF • R/R 6-2 • 180 So. • TR Centerville, Utah NC State

Prior to Utah: Redshirted at NC State in 2009 before embarking on an LDS mission … all-state as a senior at Viewmont HS, batting .520 with 29 RBI and 20 doubles … all-region … won 2008 Prospect Game Home Run Derby … all-region in football … broke school records for passing yards and touchdowns thrown … threw for over 1,500 yards as a senior. Personal: Full name Christopher Larsen … both parents also attended Utah. Major: Speech Communication.

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#5 ETHAN LEITER INF • R/R 6-3 • 190 Jr. • JC Osceola, Ind. Yavapai

Prior to Utah: Played two years at Yavapai CC … had a .301 batting average in 34 games as a sophomore … nine doubles, two home runs and a .419 on-base percentage … pitched 15.1 innings with a 2-0 record, 10 strikeouts and three walks … ACCAC Sophomore AllStar ... played in 34 games as a freshman, primarily at corner infield positions ... hit .348, recording eight multiple-hit games ... .507 slugging percentage with a .413 on-base percentage ... an all-league baseball player at Penn HS ... hit .403 with three triples, nine doubles and 11 stolen bases as a senior ... helped lead Penn to the 2008 4A Regional Championship (16-0) and the Northern Indiana Conference Championship, hitting .368 with 11 RBI ... also was an all-conference tennis player, going 26-4 as a senior. Major: Parks, Recreation and Tourism.

#18 ERIC MOERSEN LHP • R/L 6-0 • 185 Fr. • HS Thousand Oaks, Calif. Oaks Christian

High School: Honorable mention all-league at Oaks Christian HS … 2.82 ERA with a 4-2 record in 10 games … 40 innings pitched … 35 strikeouts … .333 batting average with three doubles … team was a CIF Southern section semifinalist … played safety and wide receiver on the football team … AP Scholar with Honor award. Major: Undecided.

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#23 PARKER MORIN C • L/R 6-0 • 195 Jr. • JC Park City, Utah College of Southern Idaho

Prior to Utah: First-team all-region at the College of Southern Idaho … fourth in the SWAC with a .372 batting average … tied for second in the conference with 71 hits and fourth with 102 total bases … 14 doubles, four triples and three home runs … 4-for-8 in stolen bases … 41 RBI … hit .255 with a .992 fielding percentage as a sophomore … Region 18 honorable mention pick in 2010 … five doubles … 20 RBI ... was a four-year starter at Park City High School and a three-year all-state player … two-time team MVP … Park City was the Region 10 champions in 2009 ... hit .525 with 21 RBI in 2008 … also played football in high school. Major: Exercise and Sport Science.

#26 ZACH STIERSTORFER C • R/R 6-0 • 200 Fr. • HS Scottsdale, Ariz. Horizon HS

High School: First team all-state at Horizon HS … Deseret Valley Region Co-Player of the Year … 13 home runs with a .493 batting average … team MVP and defensive player of the year … 2010 5A Division II state champions. Major: Undecided.

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#36 TRAVIS STILL OF • R/R 6-3 • 205 Fr. • HS Spanish Fork, Utah Spanish Fork HS

2012: Redshirted on the football team in the fall before switching to baseball. High School: Honorable Mention Louisville Slugger High School All-American in 2011 … all-state … helped lead Spanish Fork to two state baseball championships (2010-11) … Spanish Fork Outstanding Athlete as a senior … participated in the Utah All-Star Baseball Game … four home runs, four triples and seven doubles as a senior … hit .422 with six home runs as a junior … Spanish Fork Sophomore of the Year in 2008 … also lettered in basketball and football … second-team all-state as a senior in football and two years honorable mention all-state. Major: History Teaching.

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#1 WILL TAYLOR C/INF • S/R 5-11 • 195 Fr. • HS Tigard, Ore. Beaverton HS

High School: Second-team all-state at Beaverton HS … .412 batting average with five home runs as a senior … two-time all-league … Beaverton was the 2010 league champion. Personal: Cousins with Utah assistant football coach Morgan Scalley. Major: Undecided.

#20 TANNER TRIPP RHP • R/R 6-4 • 200 Jr. • JC Chandler, Ariz. South Mountain CC

Prior to Utah: First-team all-region and all-conference at South Mountain … 12-1 with a 1.11 ERA in 15 games as a sophomore … led the ACCAC in ERA and set a team record for wins … … 56 strikeouts with just 19 walks … played at Corona del Sol High School … led the Aztecs to the 2009 5A-I state championship … had a 5.18 ERA and a 4-0 record in high school (only pitched one year with the team). Personal: Father played baseball at Mesa State University. Major: Pre-business.

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#24 TONY VOCCA RHP • L/R 5-10 • 175 Jr. • JC Cottonwood, Ariz. Yavapai

Prior to Utah: Played two years at Yavapai … 4.33 ERA with a 9-5 record as a sophomore … 68.2 innings … .266 batting average (64 atbats) … eight RBI and seven doubles with one triple … 64 strikeouts … two-time ACCAC Pitcher of the Week … led Yavapai to the 2010 ACCAC championship … as a freshman hit in 40 games with a .313 batting average, going 4-for-4 in stolen bases ... 1-0 with one save in 24.2 innings pitched ... 2.55 ERA with 21 K’s ... led Mingus HS to consecutive state titles (2008-09) ... two-time first-team all-state ... AZBCA 4A Player of the Year ... 2009 Region MVP ... three-time conference player of the year … hit .593 with 60 RBI, 13 doubles, a 1.083 slugging percentage and 10 home runs as a senior ... also went 12-1 with a 2.62 ERA on the mound with 120 strikeouts and just 19 walks in 74.2 innings pitched ... junior year hit .411 with 30 RBI and a .710 slugging percentage, an 11-1 pitching record, a 2.06 ERA and 151 strikeouts ... was the No. 1 pitcher as a freshman ... also an all-state quarterback … football team finished as the state runner-up twice. Major: Parks, Recreation and Tourism.

#8 MITCH WATROUS RHP • R/R 6-0 • 180 Fr. • HS Riverton, Utah Riverton HS

High School: First-team all-state as a senior at Riverton HS … two-time all-region … pitched and played shortstop … hit .473 as a senior with 16 doubles and 24 RBI … 6-4 pitching record … leadership award as a junior. Major: Undecided.

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2011 STATISTICS Record: 29-21 Home: 12-5 Away: 14-13 Neutral: 3-3 MWC: 16-7 Player 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% CRON, C.J. .434 49 49 198 51 86 26 1 15 59 159 .803 31 6 21 4 .517 3 0 1 2 478 21 4 .992 BROOKS, James .372 49 49 223 55 83 26 6 3 32 130 .583 13 4 42 3 .415 1 3 11 14 81 155 19 .925 COOPER, Shaun .332 50 50 202 42 67 14 7 8 43 119 .589 19 4 46 1 .395 3 2 2 3 76 2 1 .987 NIELSEN, Trey .318 48 47 173 25 55 17 0 9 41 99 .572 11 3 44 1 .365 2 3 3 6 22 70 18 .836 SHACKELFORD, Austi .308 39 31 120 24 37 9 1 2 21 54 .450 12 4 12 2 .390 0 5 3 3 44 3 0 1.000 BELTRAN, Michael .278 47 47 194 36 54 5 1 0 23 61 .314 17 4 54 3 .346 2 13 5 7 71 132 12 .944 GUYMON, Cody .261 49 49 199 20 52 4 0 1 33 59 .296 14 0 43 5 .308 1 2 1 1 80 4 0 1.000 SHARRAR, Jo Jo .236 45 43 157 14 37 6 0 1 21 46 .293 12 3 23 3 .302 0 4 0 0 307 46 4 .989 RELF, Tyler .167 38 27 90 19 15 5 0 0 7 20 .222 10 2 19 2 .260 2 5 4 4 56 1 1 .983 ALEXANDER, Josh .194 27 21 72 9 14 1 0 0 5 15 .208 8 0 20 2 .275 0 3 2 4 29 0 1 .967 JOHNSON, Trent .182 12 5 22 3 4 2 0 0 3 6 .273 4 2 5 0 .357 0 0 1 1 14 10 1 .960 HUNT, Cory .176 14 4 17 3 3 0 0 0 1 3 .176 2 1 4 0 .300 0 2 1 2 5 8 1 .929 GONZALEZ, Tyson .147 25 8 34 7 5 0 0 0 0 5 .147 5 0 7 0 .256 0 0 0 0 18 1 1 .950 GREEN, Gavin .133 26 17 60 8 8 1 0 0 1 9 .150 7 1 17 0 .235 0 4 1 2 28 2 0 1.000 MOORMAN, Mark .100 9 3 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .100 2 3 2 0 .400 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Totals Opponents

.294 50 50 1771 317 521 116 16 39 290 786 .444 167 37 359 26 .365 14 47 35 49 1328 563 70 .964 .270 50 50 1705 278 460 89 15 20 247 639 .375 216 46 402 30 .364 14 44 35 57 1324 544 73 .962

LOB - Team (396), Opp (419). DPs turned - Team (39), Opp (30). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (27), CRON 22, COOPER, S. 3, GUYMON 1, SHACKELFORD 1, Opp (6). Picked off - BELTRAN 4, BROOKS 3, SHACKELFORD 2, COOPER, S. 1, GREEN, Gavin 1, ALEXANDER 1. Player WAGNER, Tyler ADAMS, Zach WEST, Luke ANTON, Rick ANDERSEN, Tyler POND, Joe MORDINI, Ben STREICH, Stephen DUKE, Brock CHAPMAN, Josh KONDO, Kesley SHREVE, Tyler GREEN, Nick GOLDING, Blake

ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2.04 4 3 25 0 0 0 1 12 35.1 27 17 8 17 33 3 0 1 132 .205 8 4 0 3 4 2.40 2 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 30.0 18 10 8 12 36 1 2 1 100 .180 7 1 1 0 6 2.51 1 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 14.1 11 7 4 9 11 2 0 0 52 .212 3 4 0 1 0 2.52 9 1 15 15 0 0 1 0 100.0 100 35 28 25 85 19 3 4 377 .265 4 10 0 0 14 3.38 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 8.0 11 6 3 3 5 3 0 0 35 .314 0 1 0 0 0 4.36 4 4 16 12 0 0 0 0 74.1 69 47 36 43 65 13 2 0 281 .246 15 1 0 2 5 5.34 1 2 11 3 0 0 0 0 28.2 24 20 17 25 33 5 1 0 103 .233 10 4 0 1 2 5.98 2 1 20 1 0 0 0 0 40.2 54 29 27 23 34 11 2 2 164 .329 8 4 0 2 4 6.00 6 3 14 11 0 0 0 0 54.0 59 36 36 27 48 14 2 3 211 .280 6 4 1 2 2 6.92 0 2 12 1 0 0 0 2 26.0 35 27 20 18 17 8 1 2 112 .313 4 2 0 1 2 9.82 0 3 19 0 0 0 0 0 25.2 33 29 28 11 33 5 1 6 104 .317 1 9 0 1 5 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 1 0 0 0 15.00 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 3.0 10 7 5 0 2 1 1 1 17 .588 0 0 0 1 0 27.00 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 9 8 6 2 0 4 0 0 15 .600 0 1 0 0 0

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Opposing team at California at California at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas vs Texas A&M W vs BAYLOR W vs Kentucky vs UC Davis W at Santa Clara W at San Jose State at Santa Clara W BRIGHAM YOUNG W BRIGHAM YOUNG BRIGHAM YOUNG W SOUTHERN UTAH SOUTHERN UTAH W AIR FORCE W AIR FORCE W AIR FORCE W UTAH VALLEY W UNLV UNLV W at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State W at Utah Valley at New Mexico W at New Mexico W at New Mexico W at Brigham Young at Tulane W at Tulane at Tulane W at Utah Valley W at Air Force W at Air Force W at Air Force W SAN DIEGO STATE W SAN DIEGO STATE SAN DIEGO STATE W at TCU W at TCU at TCU UTAH VALLEY W UAB W UAB at San Diego State W vs New Mexico vs TCU

Score 0-7 L 5-6 L 2-3 L 4-5 L 1-10 L 2-1 4-3 1-2 L 6-4 5-3 3-8 L 7-4 3-2 8-10 L 15-6 9-10 L 8-6 5-3 2-1 13-10 15-3 1-6 L 8-4 3-5 L 8-11 L 10-6 4-12 L 7-1 15-11 9-3 6-7 L 7-1 6-7 L 8-1 15-8 19-10 10-6 6-1 3-0 8-14 L 5-3 7-6 5-8 L 1-2 L 8-7 3-2 4-6 L 7-3 5-6 L 1-14 L

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

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

Pitcher of record Attend ANTON (L 0-1) 739 POND (L 0-1) 926 MORDINI (L 0-1) 6614 STREICH (L 0-1) 7866 POND (L 0-2) 7010 ANTON (W 1-1) 5398 ADAMS, Zach (W 1-0) 9987 CHAPMAN (L 0-1) 7076 ANTON (W 2-1) 130 ADAMS, Zach (W 2-0) 243 POND (L 0-3) 831 DUKE (W 1-0) 340 WAGNER (W 1-0) 350 WAGNER (L 1-1) 551 DUKE (W 2-0) 537 CHAPMAN (L 0-2) 305 POND (W 1-3) 302 ANTON (W 3-1) 302 DUKE (W 3-0) 387 MORDINI (W 1-1) 327 POND (W 2-3) 516 KONDO (L 0-1) 618 POND (W 3-3) 628 KONDO (L 0-2) 385 POND (L 3-4) 587 WEST, Luke (W 1-0) 577 GREEN, Nick (L 0-1) 1088 ANTON (W 4-1) 1381 WAGNER (W 2-1) 1545 DUKE (W 4-0) 1459 ANDERSEN (L 0-1) 1097 ANTON (W 5-1) 2543 KONDO (L 0-3) 2267 DUKE (W 5-0) 2233 STREICH (W 1-1) 887 ANTON (W 6-1) 121 DUKE (W 6-0) - POND (W 4-4) 86 ANTON (W 7-1) 632 DUKE (L 6-1) 539 STREICH (W 2-1) 465 WAGNER (W 3-1) 3842 DUKE (L 6-2) 4510 MORDINI (L 1-2) 4378 WAGNER (W 4-1) 580 ANTON (W 8-1) 328 WAGNER (L 4-2) 486 ANTON (W 9-1) 913 WAGNER (L 4-3) 821 DUKE (L 6-3) 673

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1964 Jerry Fisher..........................................IF Craig MacKay.......................................IF Gary Shelby......................................... C Dave Varvel.......................................... P Doug Wasko....................................... OF 1965 Duane Freeman...................................IF Steve Radulovich............................... OF Dave Varvel.......................................... P 1967 Mike Beyler........................................ 2B Steve Radulovich............................... 1B 1968 Tom Kilgore........................................ 3B 1969 Tom Kilgore........................................ 3B Frank King.......................................... OF 1970 Gary Cleverly..................................... OF Richard Hardy...................................... P 1971 Steve Jones.......................................... P 1972 Val Cahoon........................................ 2B 1973 Mark Colerick...................................... P Steve Cowley..................................... 3B Steve Marlow....................................DH Kerry Milkovich.................................. OF 1974 John Cowley........................................IF Jeff Johnson......................................... C Gerry LeFavor...................................... P John McBride.......................................IF 1975 John McBride......................................SS 1976 Scott Moffitt...................................... OF Gary Vincent........................................ P 1977 Nate Ellington.................................... OF Jim Lyman............................................IF 1978 Brian Graham.................................... OF Jim Maynard........................................ P 1979 Marc Amicone.....................................IF 1980 Randy Gomez...................................... C Ed Iorg.................................................IF 1981 Lance Brewer..................................... OF Shawn Gill............................................ C Tim Hayes............................................IF Phil Strom..........................................DH 1982 Steve Springer...................................DH 1983 David Rise............................................ C 1985 Fernando Carmona............................ 1B Mike Dandos........................................IF Mike Moore....................................... OF Chris Shultis.........................................IF 1986 Chris Schultis..................................... 3B 1987 Lance Madsen................................... OF 1989 Lance Madsen................................... OF

1990 Mike Edwards.................................... 3B Craig Sudbury...................................... P 1991 Mike Edwards.................................... 3B 1993 Guy Fowlks.......................................... P Clint Kelson........................................DH Adam Sessions..................................... C 1994 Shane Jones....................................... 3B Adam Sessions..................................... C 1995 Travis Parker...................................... 3B 1996 Danny Bell........................................... P Casey Child........................................ OF Travis Flint..........................................DH 1997 Casey Child............................ OF, 1st Tm Scott Pratt.............................. SS, 1st Tm Nate Forbush..........................C, 2nd Tm 1998 Nate Forbush ..........................C, 1st Tm John Summers.......................1B, 1st Tm 2000 Mike Goff...............................3B, 1st Tm Brit Pannier........................... DH, 1st Tm Sam Swenson........................ CF, 1st Tm Nate Weese...........................1B, 1st Tm 2001 Ryan Bailey.............................. P, 1st Tm Chris Shelton...........................C, 1st Tm Nate Weese...........................1B, 1st Tm Travis Palmer.......................... P, 2nd Tm Sam Swenson.......................OF, 2nd Tm Mike Westfall........................3B, 2nd Tm

2002 Mitch Maio.............................. P, 1st Tm Adam Castelton....................2B, 2nd Tm Donald Hawes........................C, 2nd Tm Nate Weese..........................1B, 2nd Tm Mike Westfall........................3B, 2nd Tm 2003 Matt Ciaramella..................... OF, 1st Tm Jared Pena.............................2B, 1st Tm Brady Martinez..................... RP, 2nd Tm 2004 Jay Brossman...............................UT/DH Eric Chevalier..................................... OF Matt Ciaramella................................. OF Jared Pena......................................... 2B 2005 Doug Beck.......................................... 2B Jay Brossman..................................... 3B Josh Cooper....................................... RP 2006 Ryan Khoury.......................... SS, 1st Tm Jay Brossman........................1B, 2nd Tm John Welsh...........................OF, 2nd Tm Josh Cooper............................ P, 2nd Tm 2007 Jay Brossman.........................1B, 1st Tm Corey Shimada.....................2B, 2nd Tm 2008 Stephen Fife............................. P, 1st Tm Cody Guymon....................... DH, 1st Tm 2009 Brian Budrow.......................... P, 2nd Tm Corey Shimada.....................2B, 2nd Tm Jordan Whatcott..................... P, 2nd Tm

Two-year All-American C.J. Cron was Utah’s first first-round draft pick in 2011. He holds the Utah career record for batting average.

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From 1967-87 and 1993-96, one team was selected in each WAC Division. From 1982-84 one team was selected from both divisions.

ALL-AMERICA 1951: James Cleverly: ABCA First-team second base 1959: Archie Skeen: ABCA First-team catcher 1981: Phil Strom: ABCA First-team designated hitter 1997: Casey Child: Baseball America Third-team outfielder, The Sporting News Second-team outfielder, Collegiate Baseball second-team outfielder 2001: Mike Westfall: Freshman-team Louisville Slugger 2001: Chris Shelton: third-team NCBWA, second-team Collegiate Baseball 2006: Ryan Khoury: ABCA first-team shortstop, NCBWA second-team, thirdteam Collegiate Baseball 2009: C.J. Cron: Freshman NCBWA Second-team catcher, Freshman Collegiate Baseball designated hitter, Freshman Baseball America second-team catcher, Freshman Ping! Third-team. 2010: C.J. Cron: NCBWA first-team designated hitter, Collegiate Baseball firstteam designated hitter, Ping!Baseball first-team designated hitter, Baseball America third-team catcher 2011: C.J. Cron: Baseball America firstteam first base, NCBWA first-team first base, ABCA first-team first base, Perfect Game first-team first base, ESPN firstteam first base, Louisville Slugger firstteam first-base; Trey Nielsen: Louisville Slugger Freshman. National Awards Ryan Khoury: 2006 NCBWA District 8 Player of the Year C.J. Cron: 2010 NCBWA District 8 Player of the Year, 2011 NCBWA District 8 Player of the Year, Golden Spikes Award semifinalist, Dick Howser Trophy semifinalist

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DRAFT PICKS 1991 13th Round 352. Mike Edwards, 3B, Texas Rangers 27th Round 718. Paul Barton, LHP, Toronto Blue Jays 1994 44th Round 1212. Chris Arambula, 1B, St. Louis Cardinals 1995 31st Round 850. Kelly Stratton, OF, Texas Rangers 1997 16th Round 477. Casey Child, OF, Anaheim Angels 1998 13th Round 398. John Summers, 1B, San Francisco Giants 21st Round 627. Nate Forbush, C, Detroit Tigers 1999 26th Round 803. Lance Ericksen, RHP, Houston Astros 2000 32nd Round 956. Phil Cullen, RHP, Seattle Mariners 2001 31st Round 929. Ryan Bailey, RHP, Anaheim Angels 33rd Round 984. Chris Shelton, C, Pittsburgh Pirates 41st Round 1242. Travis Palmer, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals 2002 12th Round 363. Jason Wylie, RHP, Chicago Cubs 17th Round 519. Donnie Saba, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks 23rd Round 677. Nate Weese, OF, Montreal Expos 26th Round 792. Mitch Maio, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals 2003 35th Round 1033. Sean Overholt, RHP, Chicago Cubs 2004 13th Round 395. Matt Ciaramella, OF, Boston Red Sox 22nd Round 670. Doug Mackay, RHP, San Francisco Giants 33rd Round 998. Clay Westmoreland, RHP, Florida Marlins 2006 12th Round 373. Ryan Khoury, SS, Boston Red Sox 37th Round 1107. Tyler Kmetko, 2B, Arizona Diamondbacks 2007 36th Round 1101. Jay Brossman, 1B, L.A. of Anaheim Angels 2008 3rd Round 85. Stephen Fife, P, Boston Red Sox 2009 28th Round 846. Brian Budrow, RHP, Arizona Diamondbacks 31st Round 951. Jordan Whatcott, RHP, L.A. of Anaheim Angels 2011 1st Round 17. C.J. Cron, 1B, Los Angeles Angels 8th Round 254. Rick Anton, LHP, Los Angeles Dodgers

*Since 1991. For Utah’s full draft history please visit www.UtahUtes.com.

Rick Anton was an eighth-round selection by the Dodgers in 2011.

Stephen Fife was drafted in the third round in 2008. He is currently with the Dodgers.

Jordan Whatcott signed as a free agent with the Phillies organization after his senior year.

Chris Shelton spent time with the Detroit Tigers, Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners.

Brian Budrow was drafted in 2009 by the Arizona Diamondbacks.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

The following is a look at Utah’s record, conference record, conference division (when applicable) and head coach, dating back to 1963:

1951 College World Series 2-2 Record; Third-place finish Utah 7, Tennessee 1 USC 8, Utah 2 Utah 15, Texas A&M 8 Tennessee 5, Utah 4

Year 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Record 15-14 14-16 21-16 19-20 19-14 19-13 20-22 20-18 17-24 21-28 11-20 18-25 11-17 15-26 17-28 8-27 7-36 17-19 23-20 17-31 15-18 23-25 29-21 9-32 16-34 10-32 17-32 19-33 23-30 20-34 31-19 22-32 15-39 30-22 36-21-1 23-31 22-30 26-30 27-29 33-26 24-32 22-36 19-36 28-28 24-31 26-28 28-31 23-28 29-21

Conf. 4-4/2nd 6-4/1st 7-5/1st 5-7/3rd 3-7/3rd 4-5/2nd 7-11/3rd 3-10/3rd 7-11/3rd 4-14/4th 7-11/4th 11-7/2nd 5-11/4th 8-9/3rd 6-12/4th 6-12/4th 2-15/4th 5-12/3rd 15-9/2nd 12-12/2nd 7-15/4th 13-11/2nd 12-11/2nd 3-21/4th 8-16/3rd 8-17/6th 10-18/6th 10-16/6th 11-12/5th 11-15/6th 14-9/3rd 9-15/4th 7-21/6th 15-15/3rd(T) 22-8/1st 12-18/2nd 8-20/10th 15-15/3rd 14-16/3rd 16-14/2nd 10-20/5th 11-19/5th 10-20/5th 9-13/6th 12-12/3rd(T) 10-14/4th 8-16/6th 10-13/6th 16-7/2nd

Lonnie Keeter

Mike Weathers

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Coach Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Pres Summerhayes Tom Kilgore Tom Kilgore Tom Kilgore Tom Kilgore Tom Kilgore Tom Kilgore Mike Weathers Mike Weathers Lonnie Keeter Lonnie Keeter Lonnie Keeter Lonnie Keeter Lonnie Keeter Lonnie Keeter Rick Sofield Rick Sofield Rick Sofield Rick Sofield Rick Sofield Rick Sofield Rick Sofield Steve Gillespie Bill Kinneberg Tim Esmay Tim Esmay Tim Esmay Tim Esmay Tim Esmay Tim Esmay Tim Esmay Tim Esmay Bill Kinneberg Bill Kinneberg Bill Kinneberg Bill Kinneberg Bill Kinneberg Bill Kinneberg Bill Kinneberg

Rick Sofield

1959 Regional Round 1-2 Record Colorado State College 17, Utah 8 Utah 13, Colorado State College 8 Colorado State College 12, Utah 8 1960 Regional Round 1-2 Record Utah 24, Colorado State College 3 Colorado State College 3, Utah 2 Colorado State College 6, Utah 2 2009 Regional Round (Fullerton, Calif.) 2-2 Record Cal State Fullerton 18, Utah 2 Utah 11, Georgia Southern 10 Utah 9, Gonzaga 7 Cal State Fullerton 16, Utah 3

* Colorado State College is now Northern Colorado.

Tim Esmay

Bill Kinneberg

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Single Game Runs................................ 32 vs. Air Force, 2005 Hits................................. 34 vs. Air Force, 2005 Doubles.............................9 vs. Air Force, 2011 Triples.............................. 6 vs. Wyoming, 1972 Home Runs....................... 9 vs. Air Force, 1987 .............................9 vs. Utah Valley State, 2006 RBI...................................32 vs. Air Force, 2005 Walks..................... 17 vs. Southern Utah, 2007 At Bats.............................65 vs. Air Force, 1996 Stolen Bases............ 9 vs. Southern Utah, 1985 Double Plays.....................5 vs. Wyoming, 1984 Season - Batting and Fielding Batting Average*.............................. .368, 1985 NCAA Batting Title* At Bats............................................ 2,175, 2002 Runs................................................... 586, 1997 Hits.................................................... 738, 1997 Doubles............................................. 155, 1997 Triples.................................................. 29, 1985 Home Runs........................................ 124, 1997 RBI..................................................... 552, 1997 Total Bases...................................... 1,311, 1997 Slugging Percentage......................... .623, 1997 Walks................................................. 264, 1985 Hit by Pitch.......................................... 76, 2005 Strikeouts.......................................... 413, 2000 On Base Percentage.......................... .461, 1985 Stolen Bases...................................... 124, 1985 Victories.............................................. 36, 1997 Putouts........................................... 1,581, 2009 Assists................................................ 674, 2009 Errors................................................. 114, 1987 Fielding Percentage.......................... .970, 2006 Double Plays........................................ 58, 1997 Season - Pitching Innings Pitched............................... 527.0, 2009 Hits.................................................... 672, 1997 Runs................................................... 498, 1997 Walks................................................. 325, 1985 Strikeouts.......................................... 421, 2009 Lowest ERA....................................... 3.09, 1965 Wild Pitches......................................... 56, 1985 Hit Batters............................................ 79, 2000 Appearances...................................... 178, 2002 Won-Loss Percentage....................... .629, 1997

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Batting Single Game At Bats...........................8, Mike Mosiello, 1991 Runs..............................6, Jeff McFarland, 1985 Hits......................................... 6, by five players ...............most recently by James Brooks, 2011 RBI................................13, Chris Schultis, 1985 Doubles........ 4, Casey Child vs. Air Force, 1996 Triples........... 2, by six players most recently by ...................... Nik Gumeson vs. Air Force, 2010 Home Runs..4, Austin Jones vs. Air Force, 2009 HR in One Inning................. 2, by three players .................. most recently by Erich Kemp, 2006 Walks..................................... 4, by nine players ............ most recently by Corey Shimada, 2007

Season Batting Average....... .457, Mike Edwards, 1991 At Bats..........................250, Nate Weese, 2001 Runs.................................. 88, Scott Pratt, 1997 Stolen Bases..............................27, Casey Child ........................................ and Scott Pratt, 1997 Hits................................104, Casey Child, 1997 Doubles................... 28, Matt Ciaramella, 2004 Triples........................ 10, Corey Shimada, 2007 Home Runs......................31, Casey Child, 1997 RBI...................................97, Casey Child, 1997 Walks...................48, Michael Heideman, 1997 Total Bases.....................227, Casey Child, 1997 Slugging Pct. .................890, Casey Child, 1997 Career (Minimum Three Seasons) Batting Avg. ................. .396, C.J. Cron, 2009-11 At Bats................ 876, Nate Weese, 1999-2002 Runs....................220, Corey Shimada, 2006-09 Hits....................... 307, Jay Brossman, 2004-07 Doubles.................. 69, Jay Brossman, 2004-07 Triples...................20, Corey Shimada, 2006-09 Home Runs........... 50, Nate Weese, 1999-2002 RBI...................... 218, Nate Weese, 1999-2002 Stolen Bases.........52, Corey Shimada, 2006-09 Walks..................151, Corey Shimada, 2006-09 Total Bases.............482, Jay Brossman, 2004-07 Slugging Pct. ............747, Casey Child, 1995-97 Pitching Season Lowest ERA.....................2.08, Dan Prock, 1969 Most Wins......................11, Ed McCarter, 1984 ........................................11, Mike Cutler, 1993 Most Appearances........... 32, Brian Lane, 2005 Most Complete Games...11, Ed McCarter, 1984 Won-Loss Pct. .... .900 (9-1), Mitch Maio, 2002 Innings Pitched.............. 122, Guy Fowlks, 1993 Strikeouts (Game)........... 12, Jason Price, 2004; Stephen .Fife, 2008 (twice); Brian Budrow, 2008 Strikeouts (Season)........ 102, Jason Price, 2004 Walks.................................69, Jeff Mayer, 1985 Wild Pitches.................... 19, Jason Wylie, 2002 Hit Batters......................... 16, Ed Markey, 1996 Saves............................. 12, Tyler Wagner, 2011 Games Started................. 18, Jason Price, 2005 Most Hits...................... 139, Jason Wylie, 2002 ..................................Cheyenne Rushton, 2002 Most Runs.................. 98, Curtis Carman, 1987 Most Losses................. 10, Matt Crockett, 2005

Casey Child, a 1997 All-America selection, holds the school career record for slugging percentage.

Career Wins...................... 19, Curtis Carman, 1984-87 Appearances.......87, Stephen Streich, 2008-11 Complete Games...... 11, Ed McCarter, 1983-84 W-L Pct. ........... .600, Brady Martinez, 2002-03 Inn. Pitched........ 314, Lance Ericksen, 1995-99 Strikeouts................. 236, Jason Price, 2003-06 Walks.................. 149, Lance Ericksen, 1995-99 Saves................15, Tyler Wagner, 2010-present

Jay Brossman was a four-time all-conference selection. W W W . U T A H U T E S . C O M

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LETTERWINNERS A Robert Acord 1979 Zach Adams 2010-11 Josh Alexander 2011 George Allen 1965-67 Rick Allen 1974 Robert Allen 1973 Casey Allie 1991-94 Vernon Allred 1961 Mike Alto 1992-93 Brett Alvey 1976-79 Marc Amicone 1976-79 Kieth Ancell 1958-60 Chuck Anderson 1979-80, 1982 Gary Anderson 1961-62 Matt Anderson 2003 Tyler Andersen 2008-11 Shawn Andreasen 1994 Rick Anton 2010-11 Chris Arambula 1993-94 Mike Aranzullo 1988-91 Ronald Arbon 1979 Matt Ardizzone 1995 Brett Arnold 1963-65 Richard Arnold 1965-67 Bennett Askew 2007-09 Brandon Ast 2006 Steve Atkin 1986 Dusty Atkinson 1996-97 Kenneth Austin 1957-58 William Axelgrad 1973 Allen Axtell 1967-69 B Brandon Bailey 2005 Evan Bailey 2007 Ryan Bailey 1999-01 Bret Baldwin 2006-07 Brandon Ballard 1996-99, 2000 Don Baker 1993-94 Mike Barnett 1982-85 Benson Barerra 1999-01 Paul Barton 1989-91 Jeff Batcher 1983 Mike Basham 2001-03 Brad Bauman 1976-77 Randall Bayer 1969 Doug Beck 2005 Paul Beck 1983 Rob Beck 1989-90 Troy Beckman 1998-99 Brad Beckstead 1979-80 Dan Bell 1995-96 Josh Bell 2006 Ronald Bell 1975-76 Michael Beltran 2008-11 Marc Benjamin 1992-93 Ted Berner 1956-57 Michael Beyeler 1965-67 Blaine Benard 1980 Eric Bently 1996 Martin Bezyack 1957-58 Chad Bianco 1988-89 Brandon Biesinger 2002-03 Pat Bird 1994 Tim Blackham 1989-90 Cooper Blanc 2008-10 William Bohn 1961 James Bolser 1995, 1997-99 Thomas Bondurant 1977 Dennis Bonny 1961 Daniel Borich 1962 George Boss 1956-57 Paul Boykin 1970-71

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Eric Bowen Matt Bradshaw Louie Brackett Kevin Bracy Ryan Breska Lance Brewer James Brooks Kelby Brothen Jay Brossman Bruce Brown Brett Bruneel Ben Buck Brian Budrow Todd Bunte Nate Burnham Daniel Burton

1993 1987-88 1962-64 1994-95 2003-04 1980-81 2011 1975 2004-07 1969 2007 2003-04 2008-09 1984 2007 1974-75

C Val Cahoon Keith Cambell Tim Carambelas Bryn Card Mark Carlton John Carlye Curtis Carman Fernado Caromna Kevin Carver Scott Cashman Robert Castellano Adam Castleton Jared Cavaness Sean Cawley Josh Chapman Edward Chenoweth Eric Chevalier Lyn Chidester Casey Child Jeremy Chiles Robert Chimpky Jed Chrisman Austin Christensen Chase Christensen Jerry Chruma Matt Ciaramella Rick Clagett Zach Clausing Ray Clinton Richard Clopper Stephen Colerick Douglas Cook Josh Cooper Shaun Cooper Dave Copier Bret Cornell Rick Cornu William Cowan Bradley Cowley Matt Crockett C.J. Cron Andrew Crosson Phil Cullen Chad Cullers Dave Cunningham Dennis Curry Mike Cutler

1970-72 1969-70 1989-90 2008-10 1989 1966 1984-87 1984-85 2003 2008 1990-93 1999-02 1999-00 1997-98 2011 1957-58 2003-04 1957-59 1995-97 1990-92 2008-09 1998-00 2009 2006 1962-63 2002-04 1997-98 2009 1997-98 1969-71 1973-74 1958 2005-06 2011 1975-77 1991-92 2009-10 1959-60 1971-74 2005 2009-11 1981 1999 2007 1951 1981 1993-94

D Mike Dandos Jon Darden Michael Davis Robert Davis Steve Davis Troy Davis Doug Dent Brad DeVore Mark DiGiosio

1982-85 1970-72 1962-63 1978 1990-91 1983-86 1996 2006-07 1968-69

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Michael Disorbio Robert D’Onofrio Jim Dokos Merrill Douglas Wallace Douglas Pete Douglas Pete Dow Rich Downs John Kent Draayer Brock Duke Don Duncombe Denton Dunn Mark Duran Kent Dyson

1964-66 1971 1956 1956-58 1964-66 1964-66 1956 1984-87 1961-62 2010-11 1961-62 1961-63 1985 1979

E Gordon Eakin Trevor Eastman David Ebright David Edmonds Mike Edwards Matt Eeles Clyde Eggertt Darryl Eisner Dwayne Elder Nathaniel Ellington Andre Ellison Don Emery Ray Endsley Lance Erickson Travis Ewing

1977-78 2004-05 2000-01 1966-68 1990-91 1996-97 1966 1960-61 1980-82 1976-77 1975-76 1989-90 1959 1996-99 1995

F Jack Fandal 1977 George Farliano 1978-79 Corland Felts 1994-97 Douglas Ferguson 1972-73 Fred Ferguson 2007-08 Stephen Fife 2007-08 Gerald Fisher 1963-65 Travis Flint 1996-97 Ryan Florence 2003-04 Larry Flores 1974 TJ Floyd 2004 Nate Forbush 1997-98 Kerr Foster 2007-08 Guy Fowlks 1988, 1991-93 Josh France 2000-01 Harvey Francis 1956

Adam Frank Bryce Freed Duane Freeman Todd Fritchman Terry Fritz

2005-06 2005 1963-65 1982 1983

G Geraldo Garcia 1970 Joseph Garcia 1978-79 Clayne Garrett 2005-06 Lamar Gehring 1960 Jack Gehrke 1966-67 Dave Germann 1956 Kenneth Gibson 1970-73 Shawn Gill 1981-82 Matt Glauser 1982-85 Mike Goff 1997, 1999-00 Blake Golding 2010-11 Tyson Gonzalez 2010-11 Randy Gomez 1979-80 Mark Gorringe 1988 T.R. Gourley 1999, 2003 Aaron Graham 1995 Brian Graham 1977-78 Craig Graves 1980-81 Gavin Green 2009-11 Nick Green 2011 Bob Grogan 1982 Nik Gumeson 2010 Rod Gust 1985-86 Sam Gustafson 1972 Cody Guymon 2007-08, 11 H Michael Haddad Richard Hafen Jason Hagen Marc Hagen Matt Hagen Curtis Hall Jim Hallinan David Hamilton Travis Hansen Dan Hansgen Kyle Hardman Dick Hardy Jamie Hardy Richard J. Hardy Chris Harris

2008 1962 1994-95 1993-94 1994-95 1996-97 1991-92 1960 1986-89 1991-94 1988 1956 1999-00 1957-58 1989-90

John Harris Randy Harris Brent Hart Donald Hawes Rick Hawn Dust Haycock Timothy Hayes Brian Hedman Mike Heidemann Brad Helmer Dustin Hennis Ben Heusser Steve Hilton Ryan Hilts Hal Hogland Mike Hodgdon Carl Hoehner Donald Hogan Dan Hogelin Greg Holman Gary Holyoak Mike Howard Mike Hughes Spencer Hunn Cory Hunt John Hunter Larry Huppert Kevin Hussey I Kenneth Ingleby Ed Iorg

1988 1989 1980-81 1999-02 1983 1998 1981 2005-06 1996-97 1985-87 2007-08 2000-01 1979-81 1998-99 1981 1986-87 1957 1956-57 1997 1985 1971-73 1979-80 1991-92 1999 2011 1967-70 1980-81 2009-10 1963 1980

J Dusty Jacobs 1987 John James 2007-08 Rory James 2006 Jason Jarvis 1992 Jeff Jenkins 1970, 1972 Alan Jenkinson 1964 Brett Jensen 1982-83 Gordon Jensen 1956 Karl Jensen 1958 Curtis Jenson 1956-57 Don Jenson 1958, 1961 Kyle Johansen 1984-87 Victor Johansen 1964-65 Ryan Johnerson 1999 Ed Johnson 1973

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LETTERWINNERS Jeff Johnson Justin Johnson Todd Johnson Travis Johnson Trent Johnson Austin Jones John Jones Kent Jones Shane Jones Stephen Jones Zach Jones Brad Jordison Jake Jordison Frank Juliano

1972-75 1994-95 1963 1996-97 2010-11 2008-09 1974-75 1963 1991-94 1969-71 2009-10 1978 2002-2003 1981

K Tyler Kay 2005 Clint Kelson 1993 Erich Kemp 2006-07 Monty Kennedy 1972 Kevin Khoury 1976-78 Ryan Khoury 2003-06 Thomas Kilgore 1968-69 Eric King 2006-07 Frank King 1967-69 Tom Kingdon 1959-60 Mark Kleven 1986-87 Tyler Kmetko 2003, 2006 William Knibbe 1970-71 Travis Kohn 2004 Kesley Kondo 2011 Angelo Kournianos 1971 Emmanuel Kournianos 1969-70 Greg Krause 2006-09 Nick Kuroczko 2007-10 L Mark Lalli 1980 Matt Lalli 1980 John Lambourne 1960 Brian Lane 2005-06 Randy Lane 1972 John Landures 1967-70 Derek Larsen 2003 Jared Larsen 1996-99 Ronald Leavitt 1975, 1978-79 Doug Lee 1984 Gerald LeFavor 1971, 1974-76 DC Legg 2008 Matt Leonelli 1996-97 Roger LePrey 1979 Jon Lewis 2000-01 Brett Lindsey 2000-01 Matt Lipscomb 1991 Dave Littlewood 1990-91 Bill Loos 1976-77 Stephen Long 1975 Spence Loughton 1966 Tom Lovat 1959-61 Nick Lowery 2007 Rudy Lucero 1958-59 Kelly Lund 1981 James Lyman 1974-77 M Ed MacArthur Larry MacArthur Craig MacKay Doug Mackay Tyson Mackay Josh Madsen Lance Madsen Tommy Maestas Mitch Maio Scott Malone

1983 1982 1963-65 2002-04 2008 2005 1987-89 2000-01 1999-02 2006

Ed Merkey 1995-96 Steve Marlowe 1973-74, 1976 Tom Martin 1974 Brady Martinez 2002-03 E.J. Martinez 1999 Manuael Martinez 1971-73 Michael Martinez 1975-76 Ben Marziale 1995-98 Jeff Mayer 1985 James Maynard 1975, 1978 Donne Mayne 1967-69 Matt McAfee 2000-01 John McBride 1972-75 Ed McCarter 1983-84 Shad McCord 2004, 2006 James McClain 1977 Robert McCleary 1979 Victor McCraney 1979 Brett McDermaid 1998-99 Daniel McDermott 1993 Jeff McFarland 1984-85 Randy McGee 1994-97 Robert McLeod 1963-65 Louis Mele 1956 Steve Mellow 1968, 1970-71 Fred Mensel 1970-72 Alex Mercer 1988 Ricky Messner 1976 Wlliam Michael 1976-78 Kirk Mildon 1984 Duncan Miles 1988 Kerry Milkovich 1972-74 Mike Mitchell 2007 Scott Mitchell 1979-80 Bill Moeller 1990-91 Greg Moffitt 1974-76 David Moore 1965-66 Mike Moore 1982-85 Mark Moorman 2010-11 Ben Mordini 2011 Thomas Moriarty 1971-74 Guy Morrell 1980 Michael Moseley 1979 Matt Mosiello 1991-93 Darrin Mott 1986 Joe Mozeleski 2005-06 Lynn Muir 1980 Mike Mulcahy 1984-87 Jason Murdock 1990-92 Larry Murray 1990-91 Jeff Myaer 1986 Kyle Myers 2009-10 N Nic Nakagama Joseph Nichols Marcus Nelson Nathan Nelson Brad Nielsen Courtney Nielsen Mark Nielsen Trey Nielsen Mark Nilson Butch Nolan David Nordquist John Noriega Donald Norris David Norton Jared Nye

2007-08 1975-76 1991 1985-87 1983 1971-73 1980 2011 1986-89 1987 1966-69 1964-65 1966-68 1999 1987-90

O Gordon Oborn 1956, 1960 Gary Ogden 1988, 1991-92 Derek Ogle 1992 Ryder Olsen 2004-05

Sean Overholt Mike Oziminski

2001-03 1991-92

P Brandon Page 1997-00 Travis Palmer 2001 Brit Pannier 2000-02 Travis Parker 1994-95 Bruce Parry 1960-61 William Parsons 1967 Joel Patterson 1978 David Pearce 1976 Roy Pehrson 1962 Jared Pena 2003-04 Shaun Peters 1990-91 Scott Petterson 1991 Rob Piekarz 1984 Joe Pond 2009, 11 Dan Poulton 1994-95 Mack Powell 1971 Lance Pratt 1983, 1986-88 Russ Pratt 1996 Scott Pratt 1996-97 Jason Price 2003-05 Frank Pritchett 1960 Dan Prock 1968-70 Jerry Pullman 1966-67 Paul Pullman 1961-63 Q Stanley Queen Kevin Quinn

1977 1991

R Steven Radulovich 1965-67 Gary Ramos 1987-90 Zach Rappleye 1998 Paul Rasmussen 1979 Scott Rasmussen 1973-74 Lawrence Ray 1960-61 Mark Redican 1991 Max Redman 1956 Josh Reed 2009-10 Craig Reese 1982 Thad Reeves 1987-89 Ryan Reisbeck 2001-02 Tyler Relf 2008, 11 John Reva 1998 Matt Rich 1988, 1992 Elmer Richards 1961 Scott Ririe 1993 David Rise 1983 Dwayne Robins 1976, 1978 Russell Rosander 1973-75 Cheyenne Rushton 2001-02 Dee Russell 1970 S Donnie Saba Mike Sagas Edward Samples Mark Sampson Robert Sanchez Edward Sawley Barry Sceili Nate Schlieman Chris Schultis Brad Seare Gary Selby Adam Sessions Doug Sexton Austin Shackelford Curtis Shafer Dennis Shafer Jo Jo Sharrar Lon Shears

2001-02 1993-96 1962 1995 1957 1962-63 1971-72 2003-04 1983-86 1997-98 1963-65 1991-94 1985-86 2010-11 1981 1974-76 2009-11 1971-72

Chris Shelton 2001 Corey Shimada 2006-09 Jake Shortino 1999-00 Tyler Shreve 2011 Jesse Shriner 2007-08 Mike Shultis 1989 Randolph Siebert 1970-71 Steve Sigloch 1987-90 Chris Simmons 1993-94 Dale Simons 1956 Scott Simons 1972-74 Dan Simonsen 2002-03 Archie Skeen 1958-59 George Sluga 1962-64 Dave Smart 1983-84 Brett Smiley 1988 Gene Smith 1957-59 Michael Smith 1973-74 Tim Smith 1986 Stan Smoot 1956 Jared Snyder 2002 Kevin Snyder 1994-95 Randy Snyder 1977 Ron Soranno 1993-94 Kirt Soderquist 1961 Sam Sorensen 1997 Breck Spain 1977, 1979 Alan Sperry 1973-74 Steve Springer 1982 Stanley Springfield 1980-81 Derek Staley 1989-90 Lewis Stilson 1971 Shaun Story 1989 Jeff Strasser 1996 Kelly Stratton 1994-95 Stephen Streich 2008-11 Phil Strom 1981 Rodney Stromberg 1971 Jason Struble 1994-95 Rob Stuart 1999-00 Brian Stuckey 1977 Craig Sudbury 1987-90 John Summers 1998 Brett Sundberg 2000, 2003 Sam Swenson 1997-98, 00-01 Robert Swilor 1961-63 Brian Sylvester 1956-58 T Andrew Tam 1976-77 Lou Tansell 1983 Seth Tartler 2005 Thomas Tate 1962-63 Cris Taylor 1995-96 Edward Taylor 1977-78 Lee Taylor 1960 Ronald Taylor 1959 Jim Teahan 1978-81 Chris Tellez 1986 Jeff Titmus 1980 Matt Thelander 1993 George Theodore 1967-69 Mark Theodore 1965-66 Ken Thompson 1982, 84-85 Gary Thornton 1996-98 John Tolman 1965-66 Russell Toronto 1972-73 Gary Totland 1957-59 Lucas Trinnaman 2006-07 Nate Truax 1995-96 Chad Truby 1997-98 Mike Tummolo 2006 Ryan Turpin 1963

U Dennis Udy Wick Udy Randy Upton

1964-66 2003 1988

V Rommel Valladeras 1996-97 Steve Varechok 1981-82 Matt Van Doren 1993 Russell Van Vleet 1964-65 Howard Van Woerkon 1961 David Varvel 1964-66 Todd Vernon 1982-83 Kenneth Vierra 1958-60 Gary Vincent 1974-76, 1978 Scott Vondette 1978-79 W Bob Waddell 1981-82 Tyler Wagner 2010-11 Jake Waldram 2004 Elwood Walker 1968 Devin Walker 2008-10 Richard Walkingshaw 1970-73 Eric Wallace 1998-99 Mark Wankier 1990, 1994 Duncan Ward 1959 Harold Warfle 1960-61 Douglas Wasko 1962-64 Andy Webster 1993-94 Nate Weese 1999-02 Thomas Weidner 1969-71 Steve Weiser 1981-82 John Welsh 2004-07 Luke West 2011 Michael Westfall, Jr. 2000-04 Clay Westmoreland 2002-04 Chris Weyand 1978-79 Jordan Whatcott 2009-10 Donald White 1956-58 Jack White 1964-65 James Whiteley 1967-69 Ty Withee 1998 Dean Whitworth 1966 David Wiechman 1970 Scott Wilberger 1992 Brion Wilcox 1961-62 Shane Wilde 1994 Andrew Wilding 2007-10 Brian Williams 1980-82 Larry Williams 1989 Mark Williamsen 1980 Paul Wills 1980 Cort Wilson 2003-04 Kerry Winn 1975, 1978-79 Joel Winters 1979-80 TJ Wise 2006-07 Geoff Wolfgramm 2007-08 Mike Wood 1998-99 Norman Wood 1962 Ken Wooster 1984-85 William Workman 1959 Kevin Wright 1983 Jason Wylie 2001-02 Y Tyler Yagi Charles Yegen David Young Mike Young

2009-10 1972 1959 1982-83

Z Duane Zauner

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