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QUICK FACTS Location..........................................Rohnert Park, Calif. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Athletics Phone.................................. (707) 664-2521 Athletics Fax....................................... (707) 664-4104 President.......................................Dr. Ruben Armiñana Director of Athletics....................................... Bill Fusco Faculty Athletic Rep...............................Dr. Duane Dove Home Facility........................................... Seawolf Field Enrollment...........................................................7,500 Founded................................................................1961 Colors.................................Navy, Columbia Blue, White Conference............................................................. CCAA National Affiliation................................. NCAA Division II Head Coach.................................................. John Goelz Coach’s Phone....................................(707) 664-2524 Record at SSU...............................887-559-5 (26 yrs.) Assistant Coaches.....Esteban Contreras, Gregg Adams ...........Mike Nackord, Dolf Hes, Casey Gilroy, Brett Kim 2011 Record....................................................... 37-22 2011 CCAA Record.............................................. 24-16 Letterwinners Ret/Lost........................................ 15/24 Starters Ret/Lost..................................................... 4/5 Conference Championships.........................................9 1990, 1991, 1992, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008 Sports Info. Coordinator...............................Tyler Lobe Sports Info. Phone............................. (707) 664-2478 Sports Info. Fax................................. (707) 664-3291 E-Mail.............................................. lobe@sonoma.edu Website............................. www.sonomaseawolves.com CREDITS The 2012 Sonoma State Baseball media guide was written and designed by Associate Athletics Director Brandon Bronzan. Photography by Katie Burroughs, Brandon Bronzan, Tyler Lobe, Skip Reager, and Stephen Kirschenmann.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRO Quick Facts.................................................. 3 2012 Schedule............................................ 4 COACHES Head Coach John Goelz............................... 5 Assistant Coaches.....................................6-7 MEET THE SEAWOLVES 2012 Roster.............................................8-9 Student-Athlete Bios............................ 10-17 Blake Aldrete.............................................................10 Paul Anaya................................................................ 10 Josh Banuelos...........................................................10 Jeff Boulware.............................................................10 Brian Budd................................................................ 10 Whitey Byrne.............................................................10 Kyle Cerrudo.............................................................11 Joey Van Cleave.........................................................11 Scott Collins............................................................... 11 Kevin Cramer.............................................................11 Danny Dworkin..........................................................11 Devin Elliott............................................................... 12 Steven Filippi.............................................................12 Michael Garber..........................................................12 Garrett Gooselaw.......................................................12 Mike Guglielmo..........................................................13 D.J. Gunderson...........................................................13 Taylor Herbert...........................................................13 Jeff Johnson............................................................... 13 Marcus Kimura..........................................................13 Thomas Lee............................................................... 14 Matt Manfre............................................................... 14 Steven Moen.............................................................14 Joshua Nervis............................................................14 Ian Ocon.................................................................... 15 Nick Paine................................................................. 15 Timothy Perreira.......................................................15 Graham Rodriguez....................................................15 Garrett Schwartz.......................................................16 Justin Serrao.............................................................16 Harmen Sidhu...........................................................16 Kyle Stahl................................................................... 16 Jackson Stogner........................................................16 Scott Templeton........................................................17 Joel Thys.................................................................... 17 Glen Wallace.............................................................. 17 Evan Warner..............................................................18 Devon Zenn...............................................................18

2011 REVIEW 2011 Results............................................. 18 2011 Statistics.......................................... 19 2011 CCAA Review.................................... 20 2011 CCAA Stat Leaders........................... 21 HISTORY Tradition of Excellence.............................. 22 All-Time Starting Lineups.......................... 23 All-Time Honors................................... 24-25 Yearly Leaders..................................... 26-27 Individual Records............................... 28-29 Class Records............................................ 30 Yearly Team Statistics................................ 30 Year-By-Year Records................................ 31 Coaching Records...................................... 31 Opponent History...................................... 31 Post-Season Results.................................. 32 Seawolves In The Pros........................ 33-34 Where Are They Now?............................... 35 Yearly Results...................................... 36-39 Ranking History......................................... 40 INFORMATION CCAA Information....................................... 41 Department Information...................... 42-43

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2O12 SCHEDULE

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DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

Sat-Feb. 4

Cal State East Bay

Hayward, Calif.

12:00 pm

Wed-Feb. 8

WESTERN OREGON

ROHNERT PARK

1:00 pm

Thu-Feb. 9

WESTERN OREGON (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Fri-Feb. 10

WESTERN OREGON (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Fri-Feb. 17

Cal State San Bernardino*

San Bernardino, Calif.

2:00 pm

Sat-Feb. 18

Cal State San Bernardino* (dh)

San Bernardino, Calif.

11:00 am

Sun-Feb. 19

Cal State San Bernardino*

San Bernardino, Calif.

11:00 am

Fri-Feb. 24

Cal State East Bay* (dh)

Hayward, Calif.

12:00 pm

Sat-Feb. 25

CAL STATE EAST BAY* (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Fri-Mar. 2

CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS*

ROHNERT PARK

2:00 pm

Sat-Mar. 3

CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS* (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Sun-Mar. 4

CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS*

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Sat-Mar. 10

San Francisco State

San Francisco, Calif.

12:00 pm

Fri-Mar. 23

CAL POLY POMONA*

ROHNERT PARK

3:00 pm

Sat-Mar. 24

CAL POLY POMONA* (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Sun-Mar. 25

CAL POLY POMONA*

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Fri-Mar. 30

SAN FRANCISCO STATE*

ROHNERT PARK

3:00 pm

Sat-Mar. 31

San Francisco State* (dh)

San Francisco, Calif.

11:00 am

Sun-Apr. 1

SAN FRANCISCO STATE*

ROHNERT PARK

Thu-Apr. 5

UC San Diego*

La Jolla, Calif.

3:00 pm

Fri-Apr. 6

UC San Diego* (dh)

La Jolla, Calif.

11:00 am

Sat-Apr. 7

UC San Diego*

La Jolla, Calif.

11:00 am

Fri-Apr. 13

Cal State L.A.*

Los Angeles, Calif.

3:00 pm

Sat-Apr. 14

Cal State L.A.* (dh)

Los Angeles, Calif.

11:00 am

Sun-Apr. 15

Cal State L.A.*

Los Angeles, Calif.

11:00 am

Fri-Apr. 20

CHICO STATE*

ROHNERT PARK

3:00 pm

Sat-Apr. 21

CHICO STATE* (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Sun-Apr. 22

CHICO STATE*

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Sat-Apr. 28

CAL STATE STANISLAUS* (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Sun-Apr. 29

Cal State Stanislaus* (dh)

Turlock, Calif.

11:00 am

Fri-May 4

CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY*

ROHNERT PARK

3:00 pm

Sat-May 5

CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* (dh)

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

Sun-May 6

CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY*

ROHNERT PARK

11:00 am

May 10-12

CCAA Championship Tournament

TBA

TBA

May 17-21

NCAA West Regional

TBA

TBA

May 26-Jun 2

NCAA Division II Championship

Cary, NC

TBA

11:00 am


HEAD COACH JOHN GOELZ John Goelz is back for his 27th season as head coach of the Sonoma State baseball team in 2012. The dean of head coaches at SSU and among baseball coaches in the conference, Goelz has built Sonoma State into one of the most respected programs in the nation. With a career record of 887-559-5, Goelz is the winningest coach in any sport in SSU history. He is also among the top ten active Division II coaches in the nation in wins and winning percentage. While Sonoma State is nationally renowned as an elite program now, that wasn’t always the case. After taking over a Sonoma State team in 1986 that had won just 50 games over the previous six seasons combined, Goelz wasted little time turning the school into a winner. Following an eighteen-win season in 1986 (the most wins in school history), Goelz delivered the school’s first winning campaign in 1987 with a 30-20 record. Winning seasons have become common place ever since, with 21 in his last 25 seasons. Last season, the Seawolves got out to their best start ever with 11 consecutive wins to start out the year. Following a hiccup in the conference tournament, the Seawolves got new life when the NCAA brackets were announced. Peaking at the right time, the Seawolves shut out host UC San Diego in the first game of the regional on their way to an exciting journey to their second regional title in four seasons. Their trip to the World Series kicked off with an upset of No. 1 Grand Valley State before a pair of losses ended their season just short of a national title. The 2008 season was perhaps the most successful in the long, storied history of Sonoma State baseball. After an unprecedented 29-1 start to the season, the Seawolves set a school record with 52 wins on their way to CCAA and NCAA West Regional championships. Making their first trip to the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament, the Seawolves won their first two games and placed third in the nation. Individually, the Seawolves had four players drafted by major league teams and three named All-American. For his efforts, Goelz was named CCAA Coach of the Year and NCAA West Region Coach of the Year, adding to an already overflowing trophy case. Coach Goelz has also seen over 80 of his players sign professional contracts since his arrival in 1986 and in the past nine years, 40 players have been drafted or signed to play professionally. Baseball insiders certainly took notice in 2004 when SSU had four players taken in the first eleven rounds of the Major League Baseball draft. Their draft performance ranked among the top Division I schools in the nation in terms of early round draft picks and they led all Division II teams with four draftees. Two of those draft picks have played in the Major Leagues, Daniel Barone in 2007 with the Florida Marlins and Tommy Everidge in 2009 with the Oakland Athletics. In addition to their presence in the professional ranks, Goelz’s former players have continued to make a difference in their communities both on and off the field. Over 100 have gone on to coaching jobs at high schools and colleges throughout Northern California and the nation. Goelz has seen 17 of his players go on to earn All-American honors and has coached eight conference player of the year award winners and five conference pitcher of the year honorees. Goelz, himself, has earned conference coach of the year honors seven times (1990, 1991, 1992, 1998, 2001, 2007, 2008) and he is a two-time regional coach of the year (2008, 2011). As proud of these accomplishments as Coach Goelz is, he is just as proud of the fact that Sonoma State baseball boasts one of the best graduation rates in the conference. Numerous ballplayers have earned All-Academic distinction and in 2007, Paige Dumont became just the third Academic All-America selection in Sonoma State history. A pitcher during his playing days at San Francisco State, Goelz went on to be an assistant at San Francisco State to Al Figone from 1977-78 and to Orrin Freeman from 1979-82. Freeman is currently the Assistant General Manager of the Florida Marlins. During his time at SF State, the Gators enjoyed their greatest success, ranking in the national top twenty four times and participating in the NCAA West Regionals on three different occasions. From 1984-85, Goelz was the varsity baseball coach at Albany High School, where he was also a teacher. After a third-place finish in 1984, Goelz led his team to the Alameda County Athletic League championship, finishing the season with an 18-8 mark and a final East Bay ranking of 12th. Goelz resides in Rohnert Park with his sons John and Matthew.

MILESTONE VICTORIES 1 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

February 11, 1986 vs. The Master’s College April 29, 1989 vs UC Davis May 2, 1992 vs. Cal State Hayward March 20, 1996 vs. Cal Poly Pomona March 19, 1999 vs. San Francisco State May 4, 2001 vs. UC San Diego February 5, 2004 vs. Hawaii Pacific March 3, 2007 vs. UC San Diego May 16, 2009 vs. UC San Diego

WINS BY DIVISION

vs. NCAA Division I..................................... 55-53 (.509) vs. NCAA Division II............................ 725-465-5 (.609) vs. NCAA Division III..................................... 33-8 (.805) vs. NAIA...................................................... 70-36 (.660)

CAREER RECORD YEAR

OVERALL

PCT

CONF

2011

37-22

.627

24-16

2010

24-28

.462

17-23

2009

35-16

.686

22-10

2008

52-15

.776

26-8

2007

50-12

.806

29-7

2006

28-23-1

.548

17-15

2005

25-30

.455

19-19

2004

39-28

.582

25-15

2003

46-15-1

.750

27-11

2002

41-24

.631

20-20

2001

50-17

.746

29-7

2000

39-23

.629

25-15

1999

40-26

.606

21-15

1998

33-21

.611

23-12

1997

37-20

.649

25-10

1996

30-26-1

.535

16-19

1995

25-28

.472

17-18

1994

23-25

.479

14-21

1993

33-21

.611

21-14

1992

32-17-1

.650

23-7

1991

29-14-1

.670

21-7

1990

35-17

.673

21-9

1989

28-18

.609

20-9

1988

28-21

.571

15-13

1987

30-20

.600

18-12

1986

18-32

.360

9-21

CAREER RECORD: 887-559-5 (.613) CONFERENCE RECORD: 544-353 (.606)

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COACHING STAFF

ESTEBAN CONTRERAS ASSISTANT COACH

Esteban Contreras is back for his fifth season on the Sonoma State coaching staff in 2012, working primarily with position players. Before arriving at SSU, Contreras spent the 2006 and 2007 seasons at CCAA rival San Francisco State, coaching under former Sonoma State coach and player Matt Markovich. He has also spent time as the head assistant coach at Monterey Peninsula Junior College, under another former SSU player, Daniel Phillips. Contreras also served as the head coach of the San Francisco Angels, a collegiate wood bat team, from 2004 to 2006. Contreras graduated from San Francisco State with a B.A. in Criminal Justice and he recently completed his Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from San Jose State.

GREGG ADAMS ASSISTANT COACH

Gregg Adams returns to Sonoma State for his seventh season as an assistant coach in 2012. Adams was also an assistant on Coach Goelz’s staff from 1993-95 and returned to the same position at the start of the 2009 season. A former player at Sonoma State, Adams competed on two championship teams, in 1991 and 1992, as a second baseman/designated hitter. In fact, Adams hit the first NCAA Tournament home run in school history. Adams has traveled twice to China with Coach Goelz to appear in the Friendship Games. He also runs Camp For A Cure, a charity camp dedicated to raising money to aid in the research and treatment of cancer and lupus. A graduate of Sonoma State with a degree in Physical Education, Gregg is married to former SSU softball player Leslie Beebout. The two make their home, with their son, in Rohnert Park.

DOLF HES

ASSISTANT COACH Dolf is back for his ninth year as pitching coach with the Seawolves. Hes played his collegiate baseball at Long Beach State, where he pitched in 1978 and 1979. At the conclusion of his playing career, he signed a professional contract with the San Francisco Giants. From 1983-88, Hes coached at Long Beach State under coaches John Gonzalves and Dave Snow. He was a member of the 1987 Long Beach State College World Series team. Hes was the head coach at Fullerton High School from 1989-95, where he won championships in four of his seven seasons at the helm. From 1995-2003, he served under Dick Dietz, Kevin Mitchell, and Jeff Leonard with the Sonoma County Crushers of the Western Baseball League. He was an integral part of their 1998 WBL Championship team and he coached former San Francisco Giants reliever Chad Zerbe. Dolf lives in Rohnert Park with his wife Cathy and sons Justin (16) and Casey (13). Cathy was a student trainer at Long Beach State and currently teaches at Windsor Creek Elementary School.

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COACHING STAFF

MIKE NACKORD ASSISTANT COACH

Former Sonoma State pitcher Mike Nackord returns to the program for his sixth season as an assistant coach in 2012. Nackord pitched for Coach Goelz in 1999 and 2000, compiling a 6-3 record and a 3.66 ERA. Before getting to Sonoma State, Nackord was an All-Empire pitcher at Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa. He also competed for Santa Rosa Junior College. In his first year at SSU, Nackord led the team with a 2.15 ERA in ten appearances, half of them as a starter. As a senior in ‘00, he was second on the team with 12 starts and fourth with 54.1 innings pitched. Following the 2000 season, Nackord was signed by the Feather River Mudcats.

CASEY GILROY ASSISTANT COACH

Casey Gilroy returns for his second season as an assistant coach at Sonoma State in 2012. He currently serves as the Seawolves’ third base coach.

BRETT KIM

ASSISTANT COACH North Bay native Brett Kim is back for his seventh season as an assistant coach at Sonoma State. The head coach of the Novato High School baseball team for eight seasons, Kim led his squad to a league championship in 2001. That season he was named conference coach of the year for his efforts. Kim also serves as head coach of the Novato Knicks, a semi-pro team that has qualified for the Stan Musial World Series on multiple occasions. A standout at the College of Marin, Kim attended Sonoma State and was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1990. He also spent time playing with the Lubbock Crickets of the Texas-Louisiana League. Kim played his high school ball at San Marin High School, where he was an All-State pick in 1988.

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2O12 ROSTER NO NAME 1 Marcus Kimura 2 Evan Warner 3 Danny Dworkin 4 Joel Thys 5 Steven Filippi 6 Scott Collins 7 Garrett Schwartz 8 Jackson Stogner 9 Justin Serrao 10 Scott Templeton 11 Brian Budd 12 Joey Van Cleave 13 Mike Guglielmo 14 Nick Paine 15 Kevin Cramer 16 Harmen Sidhu 17 Michael Garber 18 Kyle Stahl 19 Steven Moen 20 Jeff Johnson 21 Matt Manfre 22 Garrett Gooselaw 23 Ian Ocon 25 Thomas Lee 26 Devin Elliott 27 Josh Banuelos 28 Blake Aldrete 29 DJ Gunderson 31 Jeff Boulware 32 Taylor Herbert 33 Kyle Cerrudo 34 Joshua Nervis 35 John “Whitey” Byrne 36 Devon Zenn 38 Glen Wallace 42 Paul Anaya 43 Graham Rodriguez 44 Timothy Perreira

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POS OF OF OF C OF IF OF IF IF OF OF RHP RHP IF C RHP RHP RHP C IF RHP IF/C LHP RHP IF IF RHP RHP IF RHP C RHP IF IF RHP RHP LHP RHP

HT R/R L/R L/R L/R L/L R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R S/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/L R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R L/R L/L R/R R/R L/L R/R

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

B/T 180 165 200 205 190 190 175 170 165 225 200 180 180 180 185 180 185 185 185 190 185 215 195 185 210 215 205 195 175 225 230 225 215 195 205 215 175 210

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

HOMETOWN Honolulu, Hawai’I Palo Alto Penngrove Auburn Sonoma Vista Salinas Sebastopol Pleasanton Orangevale Cayucos Windsor Lafayette Rocklin Windsor Martinez Citrus Heights Belmont San Ramon San Ramon Corralitos Canyon Lake Concord Bakersfield Monterey Hanford Salinas Mission Viejo Davis Elk Grove Hayward Oakland Petaluma Benicia Reno, Nev. Madera Alameda Encinitas

LAST SCHOOL Santa Rosa JC Cañada College College of Marin Ohlone JC Sonoma Valley HS Vista HS Palma HS Analy HS Foothill HS Sierra JC Moorpark JC San Jose State Sacramento State American River JC Santa Rosa JC Diablo Valley College U. of Washington Carlmont HS Cal HS Ohlone JC Aptos HS Temescal Canyon HS De La Salle HS Liberty HS Monterey HS Fresno City College Salinas HS Santa Barbara CC Consumnes River JC Consumnes River JC Chabot JC Laney JC Casa Grande HS Marin JC San Mateo JC Lewis-Clark State Chabot JC Southwestern JC


2O12 ROSTER NO NAME 12 Joey Van Cleave 13 Mike Guglielmo 16 Harmen Sidhu 17 Michael Garber 18 Kyle Stahl 21 Matt Manfre 23 Ian Ocon 25 Thomas Lee 28 Blake Aldrete 29 DJ Gunderson 32 Taylor Herbert 34 Joshua Nervis 38 Glen Wallace 42 Paul Anaya 43 Graham Rodriguez 44 Timothy Perreira

POS RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP/IF LHP RHP

HT S/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/L R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R

WT 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-2

B/T 180 180 180 185 185 185 195 185 205 195 225 225 205 215 175 210

YR Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

HOMETOWN Windsor Lafayette Martinez Citrus Heights Belmont Corralitos Concord Bakersfield Salinas Mission Viejo Elk Grove Oakland Reno, Nev. Madera Alameda Encinitas

LAST SCHOOL San Jose State Sacramento State Diablo Valley College U. of Washington Carlmont HS Aptos HS De La Salle HS Liberty HS Salinas HS Santa Barbara CC Consumnes River JC Laney JC San Mateo JC Lewis-Clark State Chabot JC Southwestern JC

NO NAME 4 Joel Thys 15 Kevin Cramer 19 Steven Moen 33 Kyle Cerrudo

POS C C C C

HT L/R R/R L/R R/R

WT 6-2 5-11 5-9 6-2

B/T 205 185 185 230

YR Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

HOMETOWN Auburn Windsor San Ramon Hayward

LAST SCHOOL Ohlone JC Santa Rosa JC Cal HS Chabot JC

NO NAME 6 Scott Collins 8 Jackson Stogner 9 Justin Serrao 14 Nick Paine 20 Jeff Johnson 22 Garrett Gooselaw 26 Devin Elliott 27 Josh Banuelos 31 Jeff Boulware 35 John “Whitey” Byrne 36 Devon Zenn

POS IF IF IF IF IF IF/C IF IF IF IF IF

HT R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R L/R L/L

WT 5-9 6-1 5-8 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-11

B/T 190 170 165 180 190 215 210 215 175 215 195

YR So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

HOMETOWN Vista Sebastopol Pleasanton Rocklin San Ramon Canyon Lake Monterey Hanford Davis Petaluma Benicia

LAST SCHOOL Vista HS Analy HS Foothill HS American River JC Ohlone JC Temescal Canyon HS Monterey HS Fresno City College Consumnes River JC Casa Grande HS Marin JC

NO NAME 1 Marcus Kimura 2 Evan Warner 3 Danny Dworkin 5 Steven Filippi 7 Garrett Schwartz 10 Scott Templeton 11 Brian Budd

POS OF OF OF OF OF OF OF

HT R/R L/R L/R L/L R/R R/R R/R

WT 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-4 6-1

B/T 180 165 200 190 175 225 200

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

HOMETOWN Honolulu, Hawai’I Palo Alto Penngrove Sonoma Salinas Orangevale Cayucos

LAST SCHOOL Santa Rosa JC Cañada College College of Marin Sonoma Valley HS Palma HS Sierra JC Moorpark JC

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2O12 SEAWOLVES

BLAKE

JEFF

ALDRETE

BOULWARE

Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Pitcher Class: Freshman Hometown: Salinas, Calif. Last School: Salinas HS

Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Infield Class: Junior Hometown: Davis, Calif. Last School: Consumnes River JC

Comes to Sonoma State from Salinas High School...earned All-Conference honors in both baseball and football...was an All-County selection in both sports, as well...is the son of former major leaguer Mike Aldrete.

Comes from Consumnes River Junior College...was an All-Big 8 and All-North selection at the JC level...also earned All-League honors at Davis Senior High School... earned the John Barvetto Memorial Award and the Bobby Jones Memorial Award (twice)...received the John Krisak Academic Award and the Pepsi Student-Athlete Award.

PAUL

ANAYA

BRIAN

BUDD

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Senior Hometown: Madera, Calif. Last School: Lewis-Clark State

Transfers to Sonoma State from Lewis-Clark State in Idaho...pitched in ten games for the Warriors in 2011...also played at Fresno City College, where he was a 2010 All-American... helped lead the Rams to a league championship in ‘10...was a four-year letterwinner at Madera High School...also played varsity football...earned All-League and All-Valley honors.

JOSH

BANUELOS Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Infield Class: Junior Hometown: Hanford, Calif. Last School: Fresno CC

Joins the Seawolves after two seasons at Fresno City College...earned First Team AllCentral Valley Conference honors in 2011... was an All-West Yosemite League selection at Hanford High School.

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Outfield Class: Senior Hometown: Cayucos, Calif. Last School: Southwestern JC

2011: Appeared in seven games for the Seawolves as a junior...stole two bases and scored three runs. Comes to Sonoma State from Southwestern Junior College in Chula Vista...a 2006 graduate of Morro Bay High School...named Athlete of the Year at MBHS as a senior...was a First Team All-CIF and All-San Luis Obispo County pick in ‘06 as well...earned First Team LPAL honors. YR 2011

AVG .000

AB 5

R 3

H 0

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 0

SB 2

WHITEY

BYRNE Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Pitcher Class: Freshman Hometown: Petaluma, Calif. Last School: Casa Grande HS

Joins the Seawolves after graduating from Casa Grande High School in Petaluma.

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2O12 SEAWOLVES

KYLE

KEVIN

CERRUDO

CRAMER

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Catcher Class: Senior Hometown: Hayward, Calif. Last School: Chabot JC

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Catcher Class: Senior Hometown: Windsor, Calif. Last School: Santa Rosa JC

2011: Got out to a great start, batting .456 (21-for-46) through the team’s first 18 games...finished fifth on the team with a .287 batting average...made 34 starts... had a string of five straight games with at least two hits...had a 13-game hitting streak, the second-longest on the team in 2011.

2011: Took over starting catching duties late in the season and was instrumental in Sonoma’s run to the west region championship...hit a big home run in the Seawolves’ 4-0 win over UC San Diego in the west regional opener...had two three-hit games and two three-RBI games.

Transferred to Sonoma State from Chabot Junior College...graduated from Castro Valley High School...was a First Team All-League pick at CVHS.

Transfers to Sonoma State from nearby Santa Rosa Junior College...was a First Team All-Big 8 Conference selection with the Bearcubs...graduated from Windsor High School in 2007.

YR 2011

AVG .287

AB 136

R 11

H 39

2B 7

3B 0

HR RBI 1 18

SB 1

SCOTT

2011: Started 12 games at second base and four at third as a freshman...drove in the game-winning run in his collegiate debut, the season opener against Cal State Monterey Bay...finished the season at .255 with six RBIs and eight runs scored. Arrives on campus from Vista High School...was a First Team All-League selection in 2009 and 2010...named Secod Team All-State as a junior... earned his team’s Silver Slugger and MVP awards...a member of Vista High’s honor roll. AB 47

R 8

H 12

2B 2

3B 0

HR RBI 0 6

AB 147

R 23

H 33

2B 9

3B 0

HR RBI 2 16

SB 0

DWORKIN

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Infield Class: Sophomore Hometown: Vista, Calif. Last School: Vista HS

AVG .255

AVG .224

DANNY

COLLINS

YR 2011

YR 2011

Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Outfield Class: Junior Hometown: Penngrove, Calif. Last School: College of Marin

Transfers to Sonoma State from the College of Marin...was an All-League outfielder for the Mariners...garnered pre-season All-American honors at the JC level, as well...graduated from Rancho Cotate High School in Rohnert Park...was an All-State pick as a senior...earned All-League accolades three times (sophomore, junior, senior).

SB 1

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2O12 SEAWOLVES

DEVIN

MICHAEL

ELLIOTT

GARBER

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Infield Class: Sophomore Hometown: Monterey, Calif. Last School: Monterey HS

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Junior Hometown: Citrus Heights, Calif. Last School: Washington

2011: Saw action in two games, making one start...was 1-for-5 on the year. A recent graduate of Monterey High School...was his league’s MVP as a senior...earned First Team All-League and All-County honors...graduated with honors. YR 2011

AVG .200

AB 5

R 0

H 1

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 0

Transfers to Sonoma State from the University of Washington...appeared in two games for the Huskies in 2011, striking out eight in 5.2 innings...played two seasons at Sierra College in Rocklin...was an All-Big 8 selection as a sophomore in 2010.

SB 0

GARRETT

GOOSELAW

STEVEN

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Catcher Class: Junior Hometown: Canyon Lake, Calif. Last School: Temescal Canyon HS

FILIPPI Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Outfield Class: Junior Hometown: Sonoma, Calif. Last School: Sonoma Valley HS

2011: Led the Seawolves with 14 stolen bases as a sophomore...third on the team with three home runs and 42 runs scored...started 49 of the 54 games he appeared in...had a three-hit and a four-hit game...hit a grand slam against Chico State in the CCAA Tournament (5/12/11). 2010: Started 20 games and appeared in 17 others, often as a pinch runner...hit .257 and scored 25 runs...was 5-for-5 on stolen base attempts...went 3-for-4 with four runs scored in a win over Cal State Monterey Bay (2/5/11). A 2009 graduate of Sonoma Valley High School in nearby Sonoma... named his school’s Athlete of the Year...earned Team MVP honors and accumulated 100 hits as a varsity player...maintained a 3.5 GPA in the classroom. YR 2010 2011 TOTAL

12

AVG .257 .261 .260

AB 70 188 258

R 25 42 67

H 18 49 67

2B 2 6 8

3B 0 1 1

HR RBI 2 11 3 24 5 35

SB 5 14 19

2011: Started 19 games and appeared in five more as a reserve...started all of the Seawolves’ games in the NCAA Tournament...finished the season at .294...six of his 20 hits were doubles...hit .417 (5-for-12) at the College World Series. 2010: Hit .333 in 36 at bats as a freshman...drove in nine runs and had two doubles...went 3-for-4 with three runs scored against Cal Poly Pomona (4/30/10)...made eight starts. Arrives on campus from Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore... named Second Team All-League as a senior in 2008...a three-time AllAcademic selection as well. YR 2010 2011 TOTAL

AVG .333 .294 .308

AB 36 68 104

R 7 8 15

H 12 20 32

2B 2 6 8

3B 0 0 0

HR RBI 0 9 0 12 0 21

SB 0 0 0


2O12 SEAWOLVES

MIKE

JEFF

GUGLIELMO

JOHNSON

Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Pitcher Class: Senior Hometown: Lafayette, Calif. Last School: Sacramento State

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Infield Class: Junior Hometown: San Ramon, Calif. Last School: Ohlone College

Played one season at Sacramento State (2010)...led the Hornets in appearances with 20...was 1-2 for the season with a 7.76 ERA and one save...was a two-time All-League pick at Diablo Valley College in 2008 and 2009...helped lead his team to a Big 8 championship and an appearance in the state final four...earned First Team All-League honors at Acalanes High School in Lafayette...guided his squad to an NCS Championship as a senior in 2007.

D.J.

GUNDERSON Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Junior Hometown: Mission Viejo, Calif. Last School: Santa Barbara CC

Arrives at Sonoma State by way of Santa Barbara City College...was his conference’s reliever of the year as a sophomore in 2011...also attended Saddleback College... graduated from Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo.

Arrives on campus from Ohlone College in Fremont...was an All-League pick in 2010 and an All-American in 2009...graduated from California High School...earned First Team All-League honors in 2006.

MARCUS

KIMURA Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Outfield Class: Junior Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii Last School: Santa Rosa JC

Comes to Sonoma State from Santa Rosa Junior College, though he did also attend the University of Hawaii...batted .311 for the Bear Cubs in 2011...graduated from Saint Louis High School in Honolulu...was a First Team All-State pick in 2008...also received Under Armour All-American honors as a senior.

TAYLOR

HERBERT Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Junior Hometown: Elk Grove, Calif. Last School: Consumnes River JC

Transfers to Sonoma State from Consumnes River Junior College...named a Freshman All-Star at CRJC...graduated from Pleasant Grove High School in Elk Grove, where he was a two-time All-League pick.

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2O12 SEAWOLVES

THOMAS

STEVEN

LEE

MOEN

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Senior Hometown: Bakersfield, Calif. Last School: Liberty HS

Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Catcher Class: Freshman Hometown: San Ramon, Calif. Last School: California HS

2011: Started 11 games before an injury sidelined him late in the season...he came back to pitch in relief during the Seawolves’ appearance in the College World Series...went 2-0 on the season with two saves...second on the team with 64 strikeouts...held opponents to a .247 average...struck out a careerhigh 10 batters in a win over Cal State East Bay (3/27/11).

Comes to Sonoma State from California High School in San Ramon...earned First Team All-League honors three times...was an All-State Underclassmen pick...earned Third Team All-State honors as a senior...also excelled on the gridiron, winning MVP honors on both offense and defense.

2010: Moved to the rotation as a sophomore, he led the team with six victories...his 3.89 ERA was also the top amongst starters...struck out a season-high seven batters in his final appearance of the season, against Cal Poly Pomona (5/1/10)...through seven innings of shutout ball against San Francisco State (4/9/10).

JOSHUA

NERVIS Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Senior Hometown: Oakland, Calif. Last School: Laney JC

2009: Appeared in nine games during a promising freshman campaign... struck out 11 in 14.1 innings of work on his way to a 2.51 ERA...his biggest moment came in an elimination game at the NCAA West Regional when he tossed three shutout innings against UC San Diego (5/16/09)... did not give up a run in eight of his nine appearances. Came to Sonoma State from Liberty High School in Bakersfield...named Second Team All-Area as a senior...a First Team All-City selection...earned MVP honors at the All-City All Star Game. YR 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

ERA 2.51 3.89 3.33 3.51

W-L APP 1-0 9 6-5 15 2-0 16 9-5 40

SV IP H 0 14.1 16 1 71.2 78 2 67.2 64 3 153.2 158

BB SO 6 11 16 53 23 64 45 128

MATT

MANFRE Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Freshman Hometown: Corralitos, Calif. Last School: Aptos HS

A recent graduate of Aptos High School... earned All-SCCAL honors as a senior... was also an All-County selection during his senior season...earned Honor Roll honors.

14

2011: Appeared in 12 games, making seven starts, as a junior...won four of his five decisions...limited opponents to a .248 average...struck out six batters against UC San Diego (4/10/11). Transferred to Sonoma State from Laney Junior College in Oakland... named Laney’s Pitcher of the Year in 2010...also attended UC Davis and Sacramento City College...graduated from Castlemont High School in 2006...earned All-City honors in baseball all four years...was also an AllCity pick for football as a senior...MVP of his baseball team as a senior. YR 2011

ERA 5.40

W-L APP 4-1 12

SV IP 0 33.1

H 29

BB SO 23 24


2O12 SEAWOLVES

IAN

TIMOTHY

OCON

PERREIRA

Bats/Throws: R/L Position: Pitcher Class: Junior Hometown: Concord, Calif. Last School: De La Salle HS

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Senior Hometown: Encinitas, Calif. Last School: Southwestern JC

2011: Tied for the team lead with 17 appearances, 16 of them coming out of the bullpen...also tied for team-high honors with four saves...won three games...held opponents to a .213 average...struck out 62 batters in just over 54 innings of work. 2010: Made five six appearances, including two starts, during his freshman season...allowed no earned runs in his first four outings...finished the season with a 4.09 ERA, third-best on the staff.

2011: Appeared in four games for the Seawolves in 2011, all in relief...gave up no runs in three of his four appearances. Transferred to Sonoma State from Southwestern Junior College in Chula Vista...helped guide team to a state runner-up finish in 2008...named to President’s List...graduated from La Costa Canyon High School in Encinitas. YR ERA 2011 10.80

W-L APP 0-0 4

SV 0

IP 3.1

H 6

BB SO 2 1

Comes to Sonoma State as a 2008 graduate of De La Salle High School in Concord. YR 2010 2011 TOTAL

ERA 4.09 3.79 3.84

W-L APP 0-2 6 3-5 17 3-7 23

SV IP H 0 11.0 12 4 54.2 43 4 65.2 55

BB SO 7 4 20 62 27 66

NICK

PAINE Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Infield Class: Junior Hometown: Rocklin, Calif. Last School: American River JC

Transfers to Sonoma State from American River College...was an All-Conference pick in 2010...earned pre-season All-American honors and participated in the Sophomore Showcase...graduated from Jesuit High School in Sacramento...earned AllLeague honors and helped guide his team to a section championship.

GRAHAM

RODRIGUEZ Bats/Throws: L/L Position: Pitcher Class: Junior Hometown: Alameda, Calif. Last School: Chabot JC

Comes to Sonoma State from Chabot Junior College...helped lead his team to the regional playoffs as a freshman and sophomore...has also attended San Jose State and UC Irvine...graduated from Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland...was a two-time varsity letterwinner...earned All-Hayward Area Athletic League and All-East Bay honors twice.

15


2O12 SEAWOLVES

GARRETT

HARMEN

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Outfield Class: Sophomore Hometown: Salinas, Calif. Last School: Palma HS

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Junior Hometown: Martinez, Calif. Last School: Diablo Valley JC

SCHWARTZ

2011: Got into 32 games, with 23 starts, as a freshman...scored 15 runs and drove in 18...was 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts...drove in nine runs in a four-game series against Cal State Dominguez Hills (2/18-2/20).

SIDHU

Arrives on campus after two years at Diablo Valley College...earned All-Conference honors after going 7-2 with a 3.00 ERA as a sophomore...also atended Oregon State...earned Third Team All-League honors after his senior season at College Park High School in Pleasant Hill.

Graduated from Palma High School in 2010...was the Chieftains’ Most Outstanding Player as a senior...selected to the All-County Team by The Salinas Californian and Monterey Herald. YR 2011

AVG .238

AB 80

R 15

H 19

2B 2

3B 1

HR RBI 2 18

KYLE

STAHL

SB 3

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Freshman Hometown: Belmont, Calif. Last School: Carlmont HS

JUSTIN

SERRAO Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Infield Class: Sophomore Hometown: Pleasanton, Calif. Last School: Foothill HS

Joins the club as a recent graduate of Carlmont High School in Belmont...earned All-PAL Bay Division Pitcher of the Year honors...was a First Team All-League selection as well.

2011: Started 21 games and appeared in 10 others as a reserve as a freshman... had four doubles and drove in seven...had a two-hit game against San Francisco State (4/16/11)...started at second base in the Seawolves’ second game at the College World Series.

JACKSON

STOGNER Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Outfield Class: Sophomore Hometown: Sebastopol, Calif. Last School: Analy HS

Arrived on campus from Foothill High School in Pleasanton...was a fouryear varsity letterman at Foothill...named First Team All-League, Team MVP, and captain. YR 2011

AVG .200

AB 80

R 5

H 16

2B 4

3B 0

HR RBI 0 7

2011: Appeared in 14 games with six starts, including opening day...scored runs in the first three games of the season... went 3-for-4 with three runs against Patten

SB 0

(4/26/11). Came to Sonoma State from Analy High School in Sebastopol...named First Team All-Empire as a senior. YR 2011

16

AVG .222

AB 27

R 7

H 6

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 0

SB 1


2O12 SEAWOLVES

SCOTT

GLENN

TEMPLETON

WALLACE

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Outfield Class: Junior Hometown: Orangevale, Calif. Last School: Sierra College

Bats/Throws: R/R Position: Pitcher Class: Junior Hometown: Reno, Nev. Last School: College of San Mateo

Joins the Seawolves from Sierra College in Rocklin...earned All-American honors in 2011...was also a pre-season All-American pick and an All-League selection...graduated from Casa Roble High School.

JOEL

Comes to Sonoma State from the College of San Mateo...also attended Oregon State...graduated from Reno High School in Reno, Nevada.

EVAN

THYS

WARNER

Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Catcher Class: Junior Hometown: Auburn, Calif. Last School: Ohlone JC

Bats/Throws: L/R Position: Outfield Class: Junior Hometown: Palo Alto, Calif. Last School: Cañada College

Transfers to Sonoma State from Ohlone College...helped guide his team to state runner-up status in 2011...was drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 47th round of the 2011 draft...helped guide Placer High School to a section title in 2009... earned All-League honors four times at the high school level...was his team’s MVP as a senior.

JOEY

VAN CLEAVE Bats/Throws: S/R Position: Pitcher Class: Senior Hometown: Windsor, Calif. Last School: San Jose State

2011: Tied for the team lead in appearances with 17...also tied for team-high honors with four saves...made four starts... gave up just one run over seven innings in a win over Chico State (5/8/11)...tossed four shutout relief innings against Cal State San Bernardino (4/30/11).

Transfers to the program from Cañada College in Redwood City...was a First Team All-Conference selection as a sophomore... ranked in the top five in the state in stolen bases...earned First Team All-Conference honors in baseball and football at Palo Alto High School.

DEVON

ZENN Bats/Throws: L/L Position: Infield Class: Junior Hometown: Benicia, Calif. Last School: College of Marin

Joins the Seawolves from College of Marin...hit .371 for the Mariners in 2011 on his way to All-League honors...graduated from Benicia High Schoool...led his high school team to back-to-back section title games...was co-MVP of the Solano County Athletic Conference...was a 27th round selection of the Los Angeles Angels out of high school in 2009.

2010: Made seven appearances, including two starts...earned a save against Western Oregon (2/11/10)...struck out eight batters in 8.1 innings. Came to Sonoma State from San Jose State...also attended Santa Rosa JC, where he graduated with high honors...a First Team All-League and All-Empire selection at Windsor High School. YR ERA 2010 18.36 2011 4.23 TOTAL 6.75

W-L APP 0-1 7 4-2 17 4-3 24

SV IP H 1 8.1 17 4 38.1 39 5 46.2 56

BB SO 3 8 18 25 21 33

17


2O11 RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

W L SCORE

R-H-E

R-H-E

INN

CCAA

PITCHER OF RECORD

2/4

CSU MONTEREY BAY

W

10-9

10-6-4

9-12-0

9

1-0-0

0-0-0

VAN CLEAVE (W 1-0)

563

3:16

2/5

CSU MONTEREY BAY

W

11-4

11-11-0

4-6-3

9

2-0-0

0-0-0

ARNERICH (W 1-0)

485

3:19

2/5

CSU MONTEREY BAY

W

9-4

9-8-2

4-3-0

7

3-0-0

0-0-0

WHITE (W 1-0)

506

2:32

2/11

BIOLA

W

1-0

1-6-1

0-4-3

9

4-0-0

0-0-0

OCON (W 1-0)

256

2:14

2/12

BIOLA

W

6-5

6-5-2

5-11-3

9

5-0-0

0-0-0

NERVIS (W 1-0)

271

3:15

2/18

at CS Dominguez Hills*

W

9-7

9-13-2

7-8-2

9

6-0-0

1-0-0

FISS (W 1-0)

76

3:04

2/18

at CS Dominguez Hills*

W

9-2

9-8-2

2-6-2

7

7-0-0

2-0-0

ARNERICH (W 2-0)

86

2:36

2/19

at CS Dominguez Hills*

W

13-6

13-13-0

6-9-2

9

8-0-0

3-0-0

BORDAGARAY (W 1-0)

104

3:10

2/20

at CS Dominguez Hills*

W

10-5

10-13-1

5-6-3

9

9-0-0

4-0-0

NERVIS (W 2-0)

162

2:51

3/4

at Cal Poly Pomona*

W

8-3

8-10-0

3-8-1

9

10-0-0

5-0-0

LEE (W 1-0)

200

2:40

3/5

at Cal Poly Pomona*

W

3-2

3-9-3

2-5-2

9

11-0-0

6-0-0

BORDAGARAY (W 2-0)

155

2:35

3/5

at Cal Poly Pomona* L

0-3

0-9-1

3-4-1

7

11-1-0

6-1-0

DAVIS (L 0-1)

180

2:30

3/6

at Cal Poly Pomona* L

5-8

5-10-0

8-9-2

9

11-2-0

6-2-0

NERVIS (L 2-1)

200

3:10

3/11

CAL STATE L.A.*

W

3-2

3-10-1

2-7-3

(10)

12-2-0

7-2-0

VAN CLEAVE (W 2-0)

145

2:40

3/12

CAL STATE L.A.*

W

5-0

5-11-1

0-5-1

9

13-2-0

8-2-0

ARNERICH (W 3-0)

312

2:19

3/12

CAL STATE L.A.*

W

3-2

3-8-2

2-6-3

7

14-2-0

9-2-0

BORDAGARAY (W 3-0)

278

2:13

3/13

CAL STATE L.A.* L

4-8

4-3-0

8-6-0

(10)

14-3-0

9-3-0

OCON (L 1-1)

298

2:58

3/18

at CSU Monterey Bay* L

3-5

3-13-0

5-12-3

9

14-4-0

9-4-0

OCON (L 1-2)

35

2:30

3/19

at CSU Monterey Bay* L

3-4

3-9-3

4-12-1

(13)

14-5-0

9-5-0

LINIGER (L 0-1)

3/19

at CSU Monterey Bay* L

1-2

1-3-0

2-9-2

7

14-6-0

9-6-0

3/21

HILLSDALE

W

4-2

4-4-1

2-3-0

7

15-6-0

3/21

HILLSDALE

W

9-2

9-10-2

2-5-1

7

16-6-0

3/27

CAL STATE EAST BAY*

W

3-1

3-7-2

1-5-1

9

3/27

CAL STATE EAST BAY*

W

6-3

6-8-1

3-2-0

9

4/2

at Cal State Stanislaus* L

9-10

9-14-6

4/3

CAL STATE STANISLAUS*

W

2-1

2-7-1

1-6-3

4/3

CAL STATE STANISLAUS*

W

4-1

4-5-1

4/4

at Cal State Stanislaus*

W

16-5

16-18-2

4/8

#21 UC SAN DIEGO*

W

5-1

5-9-0

1-6-2

9

22-7-0

15-7-0

LEE (W 2-0)

187

2:41

4/9

#21 UC SAN DIEGO* L

3-5

3-6-3

5-10-2

9

22-8-0

15-8-0

ARNERICH (L 5-1)

312

3:14

4/9

#21 UC SAN DIEGO* L

7-9

7-8-4

9-7-2

7

22-9-0

15-9-0

DAVIS (L 1-3)

198

3:07

4/10

#21 UC SAN DIEGO* L

6-8

6-12-3

8-8-1

9

22-10-0

15-10-0

SMITH (L 1-1)

312

3:36

4/12

at CSU East Bay*

7-6

7-10-0

6-11-3

9

23-10-0

16-10-0

LINIGER (W 1-1)

35

2:58

4/12

at CSU East Bay* L

3-5

3-6-0

5-8-1

7

23-11-0

16-11-0

OCON (L 2-3)

35

2:26

4/15

at San Francisco State*

W

7-3

7-10-1

3-7-2

9

24-11-0

17-11-0

ARNERICH (W 6-1)

109

2:16

4/16

SAN FRANCISCO STATE*

W

6-4

6-11-1

4-9-3

9

25-11-0

18-11-0

DAVIS (W 2-3)

221

2:12

4/16

SAN FRANCISCO STATE*

W

5-0

5-10-0

0-4-1

7

26-11-0

19-11-0

SMITH (W 2-1)

156

2:00

4/17

at San Francisco State* L

4-5

4-9-1

5-8-2

9

26-12-0

19-12-0

VAN CLEAVE (L 2-1)

155

2:31

4/19

PATTEN

W

4-3

4-10-3

3-10-0

9

27-12-0

19-12-0

FISS (W 2-0)

67

2:43

4/26

PATTEN

W

11-8

11-11-2

8-8-2

9

28-12-0

19-12-0

FISS (W 3-0)

51

2:54

4/26

PATTEN L

2-4

2-2-1

4-3-3

7

28-13-0

19-12-0

LINIGER (L 1-2)

37

2:10

4/29

CSU SAN BERNARDINO* L

3-4

3-6-2

4-8-3

9

28-14-0

19-13-0

BORDAGARAY (L 3-2)

184

2:32

4/30

CSU SAN BERNARDINO* L

2-3

2-4-2

3-6-5

9

28-15-0

19-14-0

OCON (L 2-4)

214

2:38

4/30

CSU SAN BERNARDINO*

7-3

7-9-1

3-9-7

7

29-15-0

20-14-0

VAN CLEAVE (W 3-1)

189

2:13

5/1

CSU SAN BERNARDINO* L

3-7

3-5-1

7-13-2

9

29-16-0

20-15-0

FISS (L 3-1)

173

2:59

5/3

at CSU Monterey Bay*

W

12-5

12-15-2

5-7-2

9

30-16-0

21-15-0

OCON (W 3-4)

165

2:49

5/6

#27 CHICO STATE*

W

7-1

7-8-2

1-7-0

9

31-16-0

22-15-0

ARNERICH (W 7-1)

387

2:56

5/7

#27 CHICO STATE

W

7-6

7-12-2

6-12-4

9

32-16-0

23-15-0

RICHARDS, Ja (W 1-0)

278

3:01

5/8

at #27 Chico State*

W

12-2

12-13-1

2-9-3

9

33-16-0

24-15-0

VAN CLEAVE (W 4-1)

208

3:00

5/8

at #27 Chico State* L

4-9

4-8-1

9-13-2

7

33-17-0

24-16-0

RICHARDS, Jo (L 0-1)

208

2:21

5/12

vs. Chico State L

9-22

9-15-5

22-22-1

9

33-18-0

24-16-0

ARNERICH (L 7-2)

211

3:13

5/13

vs. Cal Poly Pomona L

4-11

4-8-1

11-18-0

9

33-19-0

24-16-0

VAN CLEAVE (L 4-2)

103

2:55

5/19

at #6 UC San Diego

W

4-0

4-9-1

0-7-2

9

34-19-0

24-16-0

ARNERICH (W 8-2)

611

2:45

5/20

vs. #28 Cal Poly Pomona

W

10-2

10-11-0

2-4-1

9

35-19-0

24-16-0

DAVIS (W 3-3)

131

2:35

5/21

vs. #28 Cal Poly Pomona L

4-5

4-8-1

5-8-1

9

35-20-0

24-16-0

OCON (L 3-5)

276

2:52

5/22

vs. #28 Cal Poly Pomona

W

8-5

8-12-3

5-11-2

9

36-20-0

24-16-0

ARNERICH (W 9-2)

437

2:57

5/29

vs. #1 Grand Valley State

W

7-6

7-11-3

6-12-1

(11)

37-20-0

24-16-0

BORDAGARAY (W 4-2)

476

4:03

5/31

vs. #2 West Florida L

4-5

4-8-1

5-7-1

9

37-21-0

24-16-0

DAVIS (L 3-4)

324

3:12

6/1

vs. #10 Southern Conn. State L

4-6

4-8-5

6-9-0

9

37-22-0

24-16-0

RICHARDS, Ja (L 1-1)

314

3:01

* CCAA game

18

W

W

OVERALL

ATTEND

TIME

125

4:00

DAVIS (L 0-2)

75

1:40

9-6-0

SMITH (W 1-0)

52

1:57

9-6-0

NERVIS (W 3-1)

54

2:24

17-6-0

10-6-0

OCON (W 2-2)

43

2:46

18-6-0

11-6-0

ARNERICH (W 4-0)

39

2:43

18-7-0

11-7-0

BORDAGARAY (L 3-1)

293

4:13

(10)

19-7-0

12-7-0

ARNERICH (W 5-0)

341

2:57

1-3-0

7

20-7-0

13-7-0

DAVIS (W 1-2)

287

2:15

5-7-6

9

21-7-0

14-7-0

NERVIS (W 4-1)

94

3:34

10-15-3 (13)


2O11 STATISTICS NAME

AVG

JONES, Kyle

.362 57-55 196 41 71 19

GP-GS

AB

3

2

53 102 .520 37

3

35

4 .461

5

1

5-5

DICKSON, O’Koyea

.341 57-55 214 61 73 13

1

11

52 121 .565 34

5

25

2 .438

3

0

9-11

TODD, Alex

.332 57-54 214 44 71 10

2

5

38 100 .467 22

12

33

5 .420

2

2

7-13

GOOSELAW, Garrett

.294 24-19

8 20

6

0

0

12

26 .382

5

1

18

1 .342

2

0

0-0

CERRUDO, Kyle

.287 41-34 136 11 39

7

0

1

18

49 .360

7

2

27

1 .322

4

0

1-2

WELLS, Randy

.273 56-54 205 27 56 11

0

1

30

70 .341 23

2

33

3 .346

4

1

3-3

FILIPPI, Steven

.261 54-49 188 42 49

6

1

3

24

COLLINS, Scott

.255 25-16

47

8 12

2

0

0

6

SCHWARTZ, Garrett

.238 32-23

80 15 19

2

1

2

COOK, Cameron

.230 52-49 174 32 40

6

0

CRAMER, Kevin

.224 42-38 147 23 33

9

STOGNER, Jackson

.222

14-6

27

7

6

0

MORALES, Ryan

.208 35-28

96

7 20

4

SERRAO, Justin

.200 31-21

80

5 16

4

ELLIOTT, Devin

.200

2-1

5

0

1

0

0

0

0

1 .200

0

0

1

0 .200

0

0

0-0

FISS, Jacob

.143

12-4

7

0

1

0

0

0

0

1 .143

1

0

0

2 .250

0

0

0-0

COOK, Ian

.125

9-5

16

1

2

1

0

0

1

3 .188

2

0

6

0 .222

0

0

0-0

KIRK, Max

.118 22-11

34

8

4

1

0

0

1

5 .147 10

3

11

0 .362

0

1

6-7

CAMPBELL, Matthew

.077

6-3

13

1

1

1

0

0

1

2 .154

1

1

8

1 .200

0

0

0-0

RICHARDS, Jon

.077

8-5

13

3

1

1

0

0

1

2 .154

2

0

7

0 .200

0

0

0-0

BUDD, Brian

.000

7-1

5

3

0

0

0

0

0

0 .000

1

0

2

0 .167

0

0

2-2

KEARNEY, Kyle

.000

3-0

3

1

0

0

0

0

0

0 .000

0

0

1

0 .000

0

0

1-1

MONIZ, Patrick

.000

6-2

3

2

0

0

0

0

0

0 .000

2

0

2

0 .400

0

0

0-0

ARNERICH, Kenny

.000 18-14

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 .000

0

0

1

0 .000

0

0

0-0

Totals Opponents

.271 59-59 1972 350 535 103 .249 59-59 1904 269 475 82

9 5

29 311 743 .377 240 62 405 13 228 606 .318 231 65 393

37 .364 36 .347

68

R

H

CG SHO

2B

SV

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG

BB HBP

SO

GDP

OBP

SF

SH SB-ATT

66 .351 24

5

48

2 .358

1

1

14-15

14 .298

7

2

11

2 .368

1

0

1-1

18

29 .363 11

3

22

1 .347

1

0

3-3

2

26

52 .299 29

14

24

5 .381

1

2

4-6

0

2

16

48 .327

5

4

34

4 .269

0

5

0-0

0

0

0

6 .222

2

0

10

1 .276

0

1

1-2

1

0

7

26 .271 10

3

24

0 .303

0

3

1-3

0

0

7

20 .250

2

22

3 .264

0

1

0-3

NAME

ERA

W-L G-GS

H

R

LINIGER, Phil

1.57

1-2 13-0

0 0/2

1 23.0

IP

17

7

ER

DAVILA, Eric

2.38

0-0 6-1

0 0/0

0 11.1

6

6

3

ARNERICH, Kenny

2.77

9-2 17-14

2 1/1

0 100.2 102

45

31

BORDAGARAY, Brian

2.78

4-2 17-0

0 0/0

1 35.2

30

15

11

SMITH, Connor

2.89

2-1 8-5

0 0/1

0 18.2

12

9

6

RICHARDS, Jayson

3.24

1-1 9-0

0 0/0

1 16.2

16

7

6

LEE, Thomas

3.33

2-0 16-11

0 0/1

2 67.2

64

29

25

OCON, Ian

3.79

3-5 17-1

0 0/1

4 54.2

43

27

23

VAN CLEAVE, Joey

4.23

4-2 17-4

0 0/1

4 38.1

39

21

DAVIS, Kendall

4.33

3-4 17-13

1 0/0

0 62.1

60

FISS, Jacob

5.06

3-1 10-2

0 0/0

0 21.1

28

NERVIS, Joshua

5.40

4-1 12-7

0 0/0

0 33.1

WHITE, Robby

5.87

1-0 6-1

0 0/0

FUNK, Shane

6.00

0-0 3-0

LINCOLN, Mark

7.20

0-0 5-0

PERREIRA, Tim

10.80

RICHARDS, Jon

27.00

Totals Opponents

4

BB

5

SO

16 13

2B

3B

HR

1

0

0

8 15

1

0

29 71

23

1

17 30

7

9 19 6

AB

24 18 58-77 25 33 78-104 AVG WP

HBP

78 .218

1

2

0

40 .150

1

1

1

386 .264

5

9

2

3

131 .229

4

7

3

0

1

64 .188

1

8

9

4

0

0

66 .242

1

6

23 64

8

0

0

259 .247

5

6

20 62

5

1

1

202 .213

7

2

18

18 25

6

0

2

147 .265

2

9

36

30

37 39

12

0

0

233 .258

4

5

22

12

14 12

5

0

2

93 .301

3

2

29

24

20

23 24

5

0

3

117 .248

3

5

0 7.2

12

7

5

4

5

0

0

0

34 .353

2

1

0 0/0

0 3.0

4

2

2

3

1

2

0

0

13 .308

1

0

0 0/0

0 5.0

4

5

4

2

2

0

0

0

19 .211

0

1

0-0 4-0

0 0/0

0 3.1

6

4

4

2

1

0

0

0

16 .375

3

1

0-1 1-0

0 0/0

0 1.0

3

3

3

0

1

0

1

0

6 .500

0

0

3.70 37-22 59-59 3 4/3 13 503.2 475 269 207 231 393 82 4.92 22-37 59-59 2 1/1 12 493.2 535 350 270 240 405 103

5 9

13 1904 .249 43 29 1972 .271 41

65 62

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2O11 CCAA REVIEW CCAA

OVERALL

W

L

Pct

Home

Away

W

UC San Diego

29

11

.725

17-3

12-8

42

SONOMA STATE

24

16

.600 13-7

Chico State

23

17

.575

Cal Poly Pomona

22

18

Cal State San Bernardino

20

Cal State L.A.

T

Pct

Streak

Home

Away

Neutral

15 0

.737

L1

27-6

12-8

3-1

11-9

37 22 0 .627

L2

22-8

12-9

3-5

9-9

14-8

30

20 0

.600

L2

14-9

15-9

1-2

.550

12-8

10-10

36

23 0

.610

L1

17-9

14-10

5-4

18

.526

6-6

14-12

23

23 0

.500

L4

7-9

16-14

0-0

21

19

.525

17-5

4-14

27

23 0

.540

W2

22-9

5-14

0-0

Cal State Dominguez Hills

19

21

.475 10-10

9-11

24

25 0

.490

L2

14-14

10-11

0-0

Cal State Stanislaus

18

20

.474 12-10

6-10

26

21 0

.553

W1

20-11

6-10

0-0

Cal State Monterey Bay

18

22

.450 12-10

6-12

21

28 0

.429

W2

15-13

6-15

0-0

Cal State East Bay

13

27

.325

9-11

4-16

18

32 0

.360

W4

11-16

7-16

0-0

San Francisco State

11

29

.276

6-16

5-13

16

34 0

.320

L1

10-18

6-16

0-0

CCAA WEEKLY AWARDS 2/6 2/13 2/20 2/27 3/6 3/13 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/10 4/17 4/24 5/1 5/9

PITCHER OF THE WEEK Branden Petrangelo, SF State Daniel Simmons, UC San Diego Tim Shibuya, UC San Diego Scott Tully, CSU Monterey Bay Gabriel Asakura, Cal State L.A. Nick Rodarte, Cal State L.A. Aaron Appino, CSU Monterey Bay Andrew Stueve, Cal State Stanislaus Vinny Pacchetti, Cal State Stanislaus Gabriel Asakura, Cal State L.A. Guido Knudson, UC San Diego Aaron Brooks, CSU San Bernardino AJ Comaskey, SF State Erick Ruvalcaba, Cal Poly Pomona

2/6 2/13 2/20 2/27 3/6 3/13 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/10 4/17 4/24 5/1 5/9

PLAYER OF THE WEEK Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona Thomas Shull, Cal State Stanislaus Manny Acosta, Cal State L.A. Garrett Tuck, UC San Diego Blake Tagmyer, UC San Diego Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona Danny Nelson, CSU Monterey Bay Kevin Pillar, CSU Dominguez Hills Jenzen Torres, Cal Poly Pomona David Silvas, CSU San Bernardino Adrian Bringas, Chico State David Silvas, CSU San Bernardino Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona O’KOYEA DICKSON, SONOMA ST.

ALL-CCAA

FIRST TEAM C Jenzen Torres, Cal Poly Pomona 1B O’KOYEA DICKSON, SONOMA STATE 2B Carlos Leyva, CSU Dom. Hills 3B Adrian Bringas, Chico State SS ALEX TODD, SONOMA STATE IF Evan Kehoe, UC San Diego DH Nick La Face, UC San Diego UT Blake Tagmyer, UC San Diego OF KYLE JONES, SONOMA STATE OF Kevin Pillar, CSU Dominguez Hills OF Danny Susdorf, UC San Diego OF Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona SP KENNY ARNERICH, SONOMA STATE SP Gabriel Asakura, Cal State L.A. SP Josh Corrales, CSU Dominguez Hills SP Tim Shibuya, UC San Diego SP Andrew Stueve, Cal State Stanislaus RP Josh Pond, CSU San Bernardino SECOND TEAM C Jonathan Keener, CSU Dominguez Hills 1B Brandon Day, CSU San Bernardino 2B Danny Nelson, CSU Monterey Bay 3B Nick McManus, CSU East Bay SS Abel Medina, CSU Dominguez Hills IF Mike Santora, Cal Poly Pomona DH Kyle Pond, CSU Dominguez Hills UT Chad Nacapoy, Cal State L.A. OF Jared DeCastro, CSU Monterey Bay OF Cliff Quick, Cal State L.A. OF Kyle Saul, UC San Diego OF David Silvas, CSU San Bernardino SP Aaron Brooks, CSU San Bernardino SP Kevin Bosson, Cal Poly Pomona SP Guido Knudson, UC San Diego RP Elias Tuma, UC San Diego

HONORABLE MENTION: Nick Baker, CSUC; Erick Ruvalcaba, CPP; Lucas Sanford, CSUSB; Brandyn Bell, CSUEB; Juan Guerra, CSUC; Ben Manlove, CSUC; Noe Flores, CSULA; Jackson Evans, CSUC; Manny Acosta, CSULA; Colton Beatty, CSUS; Trevor Pasiesznick, SFSU; Aaron Bauman, UCSD; Zach Cadet, CSUS; Jordan Whitman, CPP; Cody Foster, CSUC.

20

L

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT Thu, May 12 Fri, May 13 Sat, May 14

KLEIN FAMILY FIELD - STOCKTON, CALIF. UC San Diego 9, Cal Poly Pomona 6 Chico State 22, Sonoma State 9 Cal Poly Pomona 11, Sonoma State 4 UC San Diego 13, Chico State 9 (12) Cal Poly Pomona 12, Chico State 3 Cal Poly Pomona 14, UC San Diego 12 UC San Diego 9, Cal Poly Pomona 2

NCAA DIVISION II WEST REGIONALS Thu, May 19 Fri, May 20 Sat, May 21 Sun, May 22

TRITON BALLPARK - LA JOLLA, CALIF. Cal Poly Pomona 10, Western Oregon 4 Sonoma State 4, UC San Diego 0 UC San Diego 6, Western Oregon 3 Sonoma State 10, Cal Poly Pomona 2 Cal Poly Pomona 5, UC San Diego 4 Cal Poly Pomona 5, Sonoma State 4 Sonoma State 8, Cal Poly Pomona 5

NCAA DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIP USA BASEBALL TRAINING COMPLEX - CARY, NC Sat, May 28 Winona State 4, Central Missouri 3 THEOlive YEAR3, Millersville 1 CCAA PITCHER OF Mount Marquis Fleming, CSU Stanislaus Sun, May 29 Sonoma State 7, Grand Valley State 6 (11) West Florida 13, Southern Connecticut State 0 CCAAMay FRESHMAN OF THEState YEAR9, Mount Olive 3 Mon, 30 Winona San Diego1, Central Missouri 0 Tim Shibuya, UCMillersville Tue, May 31 West Florida 5, Sonoma State 4 THE YEAR CCAA COACH OF Southern Connecticut State 8, Grand Valley State 6 Wed,John JuneGoelz, 1 Sonoma Mount State Olive 5, Millersville 2 Southern Connecticut State 6, Sonoma State 4 Thu, June 2 West Florida 5, Mount Olive 3 Winona State 7, Southern Connecticut State 5 Sat, June 4 West Florida 12, Winona State 2


2O11 CCAA STATS BATTING (min. 2.0 AB/gm) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

AVG Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona.................... .392 Danny Susdorf, UC San Diego......................... .385 Adrian Bringas, Chico State............................ .372 Kevin Pillar, CSU Dom. Hills............................. .369 Cliff Quick, Cal State L.A.................................. .366 KYLE JONES, SONOMA STATE.............. .362 Blake Tagmyer, UC San Diego......................... .357 Brandon Day, CSU San Bernardino................. .356 Carlos Leyva, CSU Dom. Hills.......................... .356 Noe Flores, Cal State L.A................................ .356

PITCHING (min. 1.0 IP/gm)................... ERA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Gabriel Asakura, Cal State L.A......................... 1.38 Tim Shibuya, UC San Diego............................. 2.12 Josh Corrales, CSU Dom. Hills......................... 2.21 Vinny Pacchetti, CSU Stanislaus...................... 2.31 Andrew Stueve, CSU Stanislaus....................... 2.46 Aaron Brooks, CSU San Bernardino............... 2.74 KENNY ARNERICH, SONOMA STATE...... 2.77 Guido Knudson, UC San Diego........................ 2.80 Bryce Miller, CSU East Bay.............................. 3.01 Lucas Sanford, CSU San Bernardino............... 3.05

1 2 3 4

Danny Susdorf, UC San Diego........................87 Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona...................78 Jordan Whitman, Cal Poly Pomona.................75 O’KOYEA DICKSON, SONOMA STATE......73 Kevin Pillar, CSU Dominguez Hills...................73

1 2

Kevin Pillar, CSU Dominguez Hills...................21 Danny Nelson, CSU Monterey Bay..................20 Aaron Bauman, UC San Diego........................20 Nick McManus, CSU East Bay.........................20 Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona...................20

1 2 3 4 5

Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona...................16 O’KOYEA DICKSON, SONOMA STATE......11 Jonathan Keener, CSU Dominguez Hills............ 9 Chad Nacapoy, Cal State L.A............................ 6 Two tied with.................................................... 7

1 2 3 4 5

KYLE JONES, SONOMA STATE..............53 O’KOYEA DICKSON, SONOMA STATE......52 Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona...................51 Jenzen Torres, Cal Poly Pomona....................45 Two tied with..................................................42

1 2 3 5

O’KOYEA DICKSON, SONOMA STATE......61 Travis Taijeron, Cal Poly Pomona...................59 Kyle Saul, UC San Diego.................................48 Danny Susdorf, UC San Diego........................48 Ryan Goodman, Cal Poly Pomona..................47

HITS

DOUBLES

HOME RUNS

RUNS BATTED IN

RUNS SCORED

G 59 57 49 49 41 57 48 44 47 45

AB 199 226 180 198 145 196 154 149 194 135

R 59 48 36 40 26 41 39 16 46 26

H 78 87 67 73 53 71 55 53 69 48

2B 3B HR RBI BB 20 1 16 51 50 13 1 3 36 19 12 0 5 37 21 21 3 6 36 10 8 0 1 18 12 19 3 2 53 37 15 2 5 42 22 10 2 2 33 13 6 2 5 25 16 14 1 4 27 20

W-L APP CG IP H R ER BB SO 7-2 13 6 72.0 49 17 11 31 74 11-4 15 2 110.1 89 31 26 12 109 6-2 13 1 89.2 74 26 22 26 90 3-2 12 2 74.0 64 25 19 27 76 6-2 13 4 95.0 76 32 26 11 67 5-7 13 3 92.0 80 31 28 8 78 9-2 17 2 100.2 102 45 31 29 71 9-3 15 3 103.0 100 41 32 19 77 5-6 13 3 83.2 82 42 28 28 39 6-1 12 0 56.0 52 23 19 11 35

STOLEN BASES

1 2 4 5

Carlos Leyva, CSU Dominguez Hills................22 Kyle Saul, UC San Diego.................................18 Danny Susdorf, UC San Diego........................18 Jackson Evans, Chico State............................17 Three tied with...............................................16

1 2 3

Tim Shibuya, UC San Diego............................11 Kevin Bosson, Cal Poly Pomona.....................10 KENNY ARNERICH, SONOMA STATE....... 9 Nick Baker, Chico State.................................... 9 Guido Knudson, UC San Diego......................... 9

1 2 3 4

Josh Pond, CSU San Bernardino....................16 Juan Guerra, Chico State................................11 Elias Tuma, UC San Diego................................ 7 Zachary Wong, CSU East Bay........................... 6 Paul Brock, CSU Monterey Bay........................ 6

1 2 3 4 5

Tim Shibuya, UC San Diego...................... 110.1 Guido Knudson, UC San Diego................. 103.0 KENNY ARNERICH, SONOMA ST...... 100.2 Andrew Stueve, CSU Stanislaus...................95.0 Aaron Brooks, CSU San Bernardino...........92.0

1 2 3 4 5

Tim Shibuya, UC San Diego..........................109 Josh Corrales, CSU Dominguez Hills...............90 Aaron Brooks, CSU San Bernardino..............78 Guido Knudson, UC San Diego.......................77 Vinny Pacchetti, CSU Stanislaus.....................76

WINS

SAVES

TEAM STATISTICS

BATTING UC San Diego Chico State Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State San Bernardino Cal State L.A. SONOMA STATE Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State East Bay San Francisco State

G 57 50 59 49 46 50 59 47 49 50 50

AVG .309 .301 .294 .290 .281 .276 .271 .270 .260 .235 .233

R 368 293 365 267 196 256 350 228 215 184 168

PITCHING UC San Diego Cal State San Bernardino Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Stanislaus SONOMA STATE Cal State Dominguez Hills San Francisco State Cal State L.A. Chico State Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State East Bay

G 57 46 59 47 59 49 50 50 50 49 50

ERA 3.38 3.44 3.69 3.69 3.70 4.20 4.54 4.55 4.61 4.69 5.26

SO 364 313 344 329 393 308 284 311 325 206 273

FIELDING UC San Diego Cal Poly Pomona Chico State Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State East Bay SONOMA STATE Cal State L.A. San Francisco State

G FLD% E 57 .972 61 59 .969 69 50 .968 61 49 .962 74 46 .959 70 47 .959 74 49 .959 78 50 .958 76 59 .957 94 50 .957 83 50 .951 88

INNINGS PITCHED

STRIKEOUTS

O’Koyea Dickson

21


A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE

LEAGUE TITLES

CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS (DI & DII) • SINCE 1999 School Cal State Fullerton SONOMA STATE San Diego Fresno State Stanford Pepperdine UC San Diego Chico State USC Long Beach State UCLA San Diego State UC Riverside Cal State Northridge Cal State San Bernardino UC Irvine San Francisco

22

Conference Big West CCAA West Coast WAC Pac 10 West Coast CCAA CCAA Pac 10 Big West Pac 10 Mountain West Big West Big West CCAA Big West West Coast

Titles 8 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

1

2t

2t

2t


YEARLY LINEUPS C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

1986

Denny Carlisle Rob Willson Tony Ciccone Mike Lasagna Dale Velk Mark Fobian Kevin Parker Chris McGrady Sean Edwards Kevin Honea Bob Leslie Derek Hogerheide

Brett Lewis James Baker

1987

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Tom Rudstrom Rob Willson Mike Lasagna Chuck McCane Denny Carlisle Mark Fobian Kevin Parker Steve Vivian Dave Parrock Jeff Nicks Brett Lewis Randy Shipman Jeff Johnston Craig Solin

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Tom Rudstrom Wayne Copple Andy Cutchall Chuck McCane Corey Eagle Ken Weatherby Steve Vivian Rob Thomas Sean Edwards Toby Vaughn Vince Herring Bob Bowman Brian Rodgers Jerry Hearne

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Brian McGee Wayne Copple Andy Cutchall Marco Fragoso Corey Eagle Ken Weatherby Joel Neff Donnie Daniels Sean Edwards David Dunn Vince Herring Mark Quintel Bob Bowman Craig Hunt

1988

1989

1990

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Danny Calcagno Elgin Bobo Elbert Certeza Kevin Wong Brian McGee Rob Carrion Joel Neff Donnie Daniels Anibal Vega David Dunn Ed Millerick Jim Petersen Jeff Frith-Smith Brett Biagi

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Danny Calcagno Mark Bonini Terry Gidcumb Kevin Wong Cesar Medina Tom Solari Hasaan Hurte Anibal Vega Gregg Adams Pat Ferriera Ed Millerick Jim Petersen David Baine Greg Patterson

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Corey Weiand Mark Bonini Terry Gidcumb Pat Ferriera Cesar Medina Tom Solari Hasaan Hurte Anibal Vega Gregg Adams Jeff Tudor Chris Grijalva David Baine Greg Patterson Brian Hoxsie

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Rick Boley Toby Cinque Paul Maytorena Walter White Stephan Gran Gregg Baldwin Kenny Hanson

1991

1992

1993

M Papadopoulos

Jason Drotar

Darren McAdams

Barry Lichau Jon Siedmon Chris Grijalva Shawn Sinclair

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

1994

Kevin Walsh Damion Marshall

Jeff Tudor Walter White Stephan Gran Greg Baldwin Kenny Hanson Mike Golovich Greg Carpenter Jeff Tudor Nick Skuse Jason Moore Mark Romeo Ryan Latronico

1995

Kevin Walsh Damian Marshall Greg Hines Dale Brewer Dave Lopez Mike Golovich Rob Vargas Rene Rascon Phil Denofrio Tyson Billingsley Chad Brewster Donald Quigley James Schwedhelm

Jason Lorenz

1996

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Mike Barnes Craig Bowers David Briseno Tyson Billingsley John Schmitz John Angleson Jason Campbell Mike Jackson Eric Borba Mike Rodriguez Donald Quigley Chad Brewster Chris Newton John Peck

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Albert Salinas Mike Rodriguez Ryan Bedrosian Hugo Gutierrez Hector Esparza John Angleson Jason Campbell Colin Stewart David Briseno Shane Sutcliffe John Peck Jason Quillin Chris Newton Eric Borba

1997

1998

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Chris Ciraulo Eric Kowes Ryan Bedrosian Derek Bell Jeff Cooke Rob Franzi Colin Stewart Feh Lentini Jose Sandoval Mike Barnes Dave Avila Jason Quillin Jeff Ogston Alex Ball

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Jose Cerda Jason Vogel Jose Sandoval Jason Hackney Derek Bell Chris Howard Chris Buckles Joe Chutuk Gabe Raymond Monte Moritz Colin Hayes Steve Rogers Jeff Ogston Chad Bircher

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Jose Cerda Heath Diaz Joe Nouguier Derek Bell Jason Vogel Chris Howard Johnny Pham Craig Hennes Tim Wetteland Bobby Ritter Aaron Parker Colin Hayes Mike Nackord Chad Bircher

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Ryan Johnston Andy Weber Brian Stream Allen Marshall Joe Nouguier Brent Smith Feh Lentini Ryan Souza Mike Richardson Scott Griggs Aaron Parker Brad Chambers

1999

2000

2001

Mark Schaukowitch

Tony Graf

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

2002

Brad Shannon Andy Weber Brian Botkin Gil Barry Brandon Burgess

Mike Richardson Rob Garibaldi Ryan Souza Tom Everidge Keian Davis

Tim Worthington

Aaron Parker

Mark Schaukowitch

Darren Sack

2003

Dennis Peters Tom Everidge Brian Stream Gil Barry Effren Trejo Adam Rachlin N Durham-Hammer

Brandon Burgess Armando Ornelas

Brad Shannon Darren Sack Noah Sweeters

Tim Worthington

Ryan McClelland

2004

Evan Anderson Tom Everidge Brandon Burgess

C.J. Larsen Mike Bidwell Adam Rachlin

N Durham-Hammer

Colton Daines Aaron O’Dell Doug Bauman Darren Sack Daniel Barone William Krout Noah Sweeters

2005

Dennis Peters Tony Alcantar Carlos Pasillas Brian Colip Mike Bidwell Zack Pace N Durham-Hammer

Aaron O’Dell Colton Daines Matt Wilhite William Krout Andrew Opatz Chris Herrera Tim Woerner

2006

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Evan Anderson Kevin Dahl Carlos Pasillas T.J. Drotleff Travis Babin Oscar Mendoza B.J. Collom Zack Pace Tyler Wightman Ryan Johnson Alberto Rolon Matt Bush Brent Lysander Kevin Asselin

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Ian Bridges Eli Rimes David Adler Leo Avila Chase McGuire Tyrese McDaniel B.J. Collom Nick Nosti Tyler Wightman

2007

Brandon Zenimura

Brent Lysander Bryan Oland Matt Bush Paige Dumont

2008

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Konrad Thieme Ian Bridges David Adler Kris Haycock Dave Herman Kyle Jones Nick Nosti Mark Pestorich Trevor Howell Travis Babin Matt Means Gary Moran Kevin Asselin Travis Babin

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Ian Bridges Ryan Stevens Ryan Averkieff Leo Avila Kris Haycock Cameron Cook Kyle Jones Mark Pestorich Jacob Fiss Joe Slater Gary Moran Morgan Rodriguez Kendall Davis Taylor Lewis

2010

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Chad Inderwiesche Joey Parigi Erik Hansen Randy Wells Max Shupe Steven Filippi Kyle Jones Austin Hogans Ryan Stevens Brian Wright Thomas Lee Scott Alexander Kendall Davis Brian Flint

C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF DH UT SP SP SP RP

Kyle Cerrudo O’Koyea Dickson Ryan Morales Alex Todd Randy Wells Steven Filippi Kyle Jones Cameron Cook Garrett Gooselaw Kevin Cramer Kenny Arnerich Thomas Lee Kendall Davis Ian Ocon

2011

(Determined by selecting the player who had the most at bats/innings pitched at each position.)

2009

23


ALL-TIME HONORS 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

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ALL-CONFERENCE Cesar Medina (1) Chris Grijalva (1) David Baine (1) Hessan Hurte (2) Tom Solari (2) Steve Wiley (2) Corey Weiand (2) Greg Patterson (2) Terry Gidcumb (HM) Barry Lichau (1) Toby Cinque (1) Kenny Hanson (HM) Walter White (HM) Stefan Gran (HM) Mike Golovich (1) Jeff Tudor (2) Kevin Boller (2) Nick Skuse (HM) Donald Quigley (HM) Jason Moore (HM) Greg Baldwin (HM) Rene Rascon (1) Kevin Walsh (2) Mike Golovich (2) Phil Denofrio (2) Chad Brewster (2) Dale Brewer (HM) Greg Hines (HM) Damian Marshall (HM) Donald Quigley (HM) John Schmitz (1) Mike Barnes (HM) Tyson Billingsley (HM) Craig Bowers (HM) Chad Brewster (HM) David Briseno (HM) Jason Campbell (HM) Mike Jackson (HM) Chris Newton (HM) Donald Quigley (HM) John Peck (1) Jason Campbell (1) John Schmitz (1) Chris Newton (2) Hugo Gutierrez (2) Ryan Bedrosian (HM) Mike Rodriguez (HM) David Avila (1) Alex Ball (1) Derek Bell (1) Rob Franzi (1) Chris Ciraulo (2) Eric Kowes (2) Ryan Bedrosian (2) Colin Stewart (2) Jose Sandoval (2) Jeff Cooke (HM) Jeff Ogston (HM) Fehlandt Lentini (HM) Colin Hayes (1) Jose Sandoval (2) Jason Hackney (2) Derek Bell (2) Chris Howard (2) Chad Bircher (2) Jose Cerda (HM) Derek Bell (1) Jose Cerda (1) Johnny Pham (1) Tim Wetteland (2) Jesse Bussard (HM)

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Aaron Parker (1) Joe Nouguier (1) Fehlandt Lentini (1) Mike Richardson (1) Brian Stream (2) Brent Smith (2) Ryan Johnston (HM) Tom Everidge (2) Ryan Souza (2) Tim Worthington (HM) Rob Garibaldi (HM) Gil Barry (HM) Mike Richardson (HM) Ryan McClelland (1) Armando Ornelas (1) Noah Sweeters (2) Tom Everidge (2) Effren Trejo (2) N. Durham-Hammer (2) Brad Shannon (HM) Tom Everidge (1) Brandon Burgess (1) Daniel Barone (1) N. Durham-Hammer (1) Darren Sack (2) Adam Rachlin (2) Evan Anderson (3) William Krout (1) Tony Alcantar (2) Zack Pace (2) Mike Bidwell (HM) Aaron O’Dell (HM) Dennis Peters (HM) Zack Pace (1) B.J. Collom (HM) T.J. Drotleff (HM) Tyler Wightman (HM) Bryan Oland (1) Brent Lysander (1) Paige Dumont (1) Eli Rimes (1) B.J. Collom (1) Matt Bush (2) Chase McGuire (2) Tyler Wightman (2) Tyrese McDaniel (2) Konrad Thieme (1) Ian Bridges (1) Dave Herman (1) Matt Means (1) David Adler (2) Kris Haycock (2) Nick Nosti (2) Mark Pestorich (2) Kevin Asselin (2) Gary Moran (HM) Gary Moran (1) Ian Bridges (1) Leo Avila (2) Kyle Jones (2) Morgan Rodriguez (2) Kris Haycock (HM) Brian Flint (HM) Max Shupe (2) Kyle Jones (2) Scott Alexander (HM) Kenny Arnerich (1) O’Koyea Dickson (1) Kyle Jones (1) Alex Todd (1)

NCAC

1989 1990 1992

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Corey Eagle Brian McGee Cesar Medina

NCAC

1991 1992

PITCHER OF THE YEAR Ed Millerick David Baine (co) Chris Grijalva (co)

CCAA

2000 2001 2004 2007 2008

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Derek Bell Fehlandt Lentini Brandon Burgess B.J. Collom Ian Bridges

CCAA

2007 2009

PITCHER OF THE YEAR Brent Lysander Gary Moran

CCAA

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

2002

Tom Everidge

CCAA

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

2007 2008 2011

Tyrese McDaniel Kris Haycock O’Koyea Dickson

CCAA

1990 1991 1992 1998 2001 2007 2008

COACH OF THE YEAR John Goelz (NCAC) John Goelz (NCAC) John Goelz (NCAC) John Goelz (CCAA) John Goelz (CCAA) John Goelz (CCAA) John Goelz (CCAA)

CCAA

2000

MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Derek Bell

ESPN THE MAGAZINE

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT VIII

2007 2009

Paige Dumont Brent Lysander Kris Haycock

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

2007

Paige Dumont (2)

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011

ABCA/RAWLINGS ALL-WEST REGION Mark Fobian Tony Ciccone (3) Brett Lewis Ken Weatherby (3) Corey Eagle (3) Mark Quintell (2) Andy Cutchall (2) Ken Weatherby (3) Corey Eagle (3) Ed Millerick (1) Brian McGee (1) Anibal Vega (2) Kevin Wong (2) Anibal Vega (1) Kevin Wong (1) Ed Millerick (1) Tom Solari (2) Dan Calcagno (2) Tom Solari (1) David Baine (1) Cesar Medina (1) Chris Grijalva (1) Barry Lichau (1) Toby Cinque (1) Mike Golovich (2) Rene Rascon (2) Mike Golovich (2) John Schmitz (2) John Schmitz (1) Jason Campbell (2) David Avila (1) Derek Bell (2) Derek Bell (1) Colin Hayes (1) Jason Hackney (2) Derek Bell (1) Jose Cerda (2) Fehlandt Lentini (1) Mike Richardson (1) Aaron Parker (1) Ryan McClelland (1) Brandon Burgess (1) Tom Everidge (1) Daniel Barone (2) Darren Sack (2) N. Durham-Hammer (2) Zack Pace (2) Brent Lysander (1) Bryan Oland (1) Paige Dumont (1) B.J. Collom (1) Eli Rimes (1) Matt Bush (2) Ian Bridges (1) Konrad Thieme (1) Matt Means (1) Nick Nosti (2) Gary Moran (1) Ian Bridges (2) Kenny Arnerich (1) O’Koyea Dickson (1) Alex Todd (1) Kyle Jones (2)

ABCA WEST REGION 2000 2001 2004 2008

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Derek Bell Fehlandt Lentini Brandon Burgess Ian Bridge


ALL-TIME HONORS ABCA WEST REGION PITCHER OF THE YEAR

2007 2009

Brent Lysander Gary Moran

ABCA WEST REGION 2008 2011

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

John Goelz John Goelz

GOLD GLOVE

Ian Bridges David Adler Nick Nosti Konrad Thieme O’Koyea Dickson Kyle Jones

NCBWA ALL-WEST REGION Zack Pace (2) Brent Lysander (1) Bryan Oland (1) Paige Dumont (1) B.J. Collom (1) Ian Bridges (1) Matt Means (1) Konrad Thieme (2) Ian Bridges (1) Gary Moran (1) Taylor Lewis (1) Kyle Jones (HM) O’Koyea Dickson (1) Alex Todd (1) Kyle Jones (2) Kenny Arnerich (HM)

NCBWA WEST REGION 2008

PITCHER OF THE YEAR

2007 2009

ABCA

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ian Bridges (co)

NCBWA WEST REGION 2007 2008

2007 2008 2009 2011

COACH OF THE YEAR John Goelz John Goelz

DAKTRONICS ALL-WEST REGION Brent Lysander (1) Bryan Oland (1) Paige Dumont (1) B.J. Collom (1) Eli Rimes (2) Chase McGuire (2) Ian Bridges (1) Matt Means (1) David Adler (2) Kevin Asselin (2) Gary Moran (1) Ian Bridges (1) Taylor Lewis (2) Kenny Arnerich (1) O’Koyea Dickson (1) Kyle Jones (2) Alex Todd (1)

Tom Solari

JEWISH SPORTS REVIEW ALL-AMERICAN

2002 2003 2004 2008

Darren Sack Darren Sack Darren Sack David Adler

BASEBALL AMERICA SMALL COLLEGE ALL-AMERICAN

2004

Brandon Burgess Tom Everidge

ABCA

ALL-AMERICAN

1990 1992 2000 2001 2004 2007 2008 2009

Brian McGee (2) Ed Millerick (2) Chris Grijalva (2) Cesar Medina (2) Derek Bell (1) Fehlandt Lentini (1) Mike Richardson (2) Tom Everidge (2) Brandon Burgess (3) Brent Lysander (1) Bryan Oland (3) Paige Dumont (3) Matt Means (1) Konrad Thieme (2) Ian Bridges (3) Gary Moran (2)

ABCA

PITCHER OF THE YEAR Brent Lysander Gary Moran

PRE-SEASON ALL-AMERICAN

1992

NCBWA WEST REGION 2007 2009

Brent Lysander Gary Moran

COACH OF THE YEAR

ABCA WEST REGION 2008 2011

DAKTRONICS WEST REGION

2008

NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR David Adler

NCBWA

2007 2008 2009

ALL-AMERICAN

Brent Lysander (1) Paige Dumont (2) Bryan Oland (HM) B.J. Collom (HM) Matt Means (2) Ian Bridges (3) Gary Moran (2)

DAKTRONICS 2007 2008 2009

ALL-AMERICAN

Brent Lysander (1) Paige Dumont (2) Ian Bridges (HM) Matt Means (HM) Gary Moran (2)

SSU ATHLETICS 1998 1999 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011

HALL OF FAME

Marshall Brant Toby Cinque Rob Willson Brian McGee Derek Bell Walter White Feh Lentini Tom Everidge

SSU ATHLETICS

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

1990 2000 2001 2002 2004

Brian McGee Derek Bell Feh Lentini Mike Richardson Brandon Burgess

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

1999 2001 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2011

Derek Bell (MVP) Jose Cerda Jason Vogel Johnny Pham Jeff Ogston Feh Lentini (MVP) Ian Keene Ryan Johnston Andy Weber Brian Stream Mike Richardson Joe Nouguier Brandon Burgess (MVP) Ryan McClelland Brad Shannon Brian Stream Gil Barry Armando Ornelas Effren Trejo Aaron Damm Evan Anderson Aaron O’Dell Brandon Burgess Chase McGuire (MVP) Brent Lysander Ian Bridges Tyler Wightman Travis Babin (MVP) Konrad Thieme Ian Bridges Nick Nosti Matt Garnett Kyle Jones Gary Moran Ryan Stevens Kyle Jones

NCAA WEST REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

1998 Ryan Bedrosian Derek Bell Rob Franzi Jason Vogel 1999 Jose Sandoval Derek Bell Johnny Pham Colin Hayes 2003 Tom Everidge Brad Shannon Keian Davis 2004 Darren Sack Tom Everidge 2008 Nick Nosti (MVP) Ian Bridges David Adler Kris Haycock Matt Means Gary Moran 2009 Morgan Rodriguez Joe Slater 2011 Kyle Jones (MVP) Kenny Arnerich O’Koyea Dickson Alex Todd *missing 2001 team

NCAA D-II CHAMP.

2008 2011

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM David Adler Alex Todd

CONFERENCE

3/29/93 5/10/93 4/11/94 3/13/95 4/10/95 3/11/96 4/21/97 3/16/98 4/6/98 5/4/98 5/11/98 3/22/99 3/27/00 4/3/00 5/1/00 3/18/01 4/1/01 2/18/02 1/27/03 2/3/03 2/2/04 3/15/04 4/26/04 2/1/05 2/21/07 3/5/07 4/17/07 4/23/07 2/24/08 4/6/08 4/20/08 2/8/09 4/12/09 5/9/11

PLAYER OF THE WEEK Barry Lichau Toby Cinque Damian Marshall Daniel Borsch Kevin Walsh John Schmitz Jason Campbell Feh Lentini Colin Stewart Derek Bell Rob Franzi Derek Bell Derek Bell Derek Bell Tim Wetteland Feh Lentini Feh Lentini Rob Garibaldi Tom Everidge Tom Everidge Tom Everidge Doug Bauman Tom Everidge Nate Durham-Hammer Tony Alcantar Eli Rimes B.J. Collom Eli Rimes Cameron Cook Ian Bridges Konrad Thieme Leo Avila Kyle Jones O’Koyea Dickson

CONFERENCE

PITCHER OF THE WEEK

3/10/97 4/7/97 3/1/99 3/22/99 2/28/00 4/22/01 3/3/03 3/10/03 4/14/03 4/25/05 3/19/07 4/17/07 2/24/08 3/2/08 3/23/08 2/8/09 3/29/09 4/5/09

John Peck John Peck Colin Hayes Steve Rogers Colin Hayes Aaron Parker Darren Sack Tim Worthington Noah Sweeters Aaron Damm Matt Bush Brent Lysander Matt Means Matt Means Matt Means Cameron Ray Morgan Rodriguez Gary Moran

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YEARLY LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE

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

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

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Matthew Allison...................... .357 Roger Harrison...................... .320 Roger Harrison...................... .360 Jensen/Luque........................ .333 Rob Orosco............................ .351 Orosco/Robbins..................... .294 Mark Fobian........................... .386 Kevin Parker.......................... .335 Ken Weatherby....................... .359 Andy Cutchall......................... .352 Brian McGee.......................... .374 Kevin Wong............................ .400 Cesar Medina......................... .382 Toby Cinque........................... .380 Mike Golovich......................... .365 Mike Golovich......................... .368 Mike Barnes.......................... .345 Jason Campbell...................... .330 Rob Franzi............................. .344 Derek Bell.............................. .374 Derek Bell.............................. .382 Fehlandt Lentini..................... .427 Mike Richardson.................... .365 Brad Shannon....................... .373 Burgess/Everidge.................. .357 Zack Pace.............................. .356 Zack Pace.............................. .375 B.J. Collom............................. .370 Ian Bridges............................ .394 Joe Slater............................... .346 Jones/Shupe.......................... .351 Kyle Jones.............................. .362

RUNS SCORED

Bill Masten................................ 30 Loggins/Jensen......................... 21 Ken Loggins............................. 28 Danny Johnson......................... 27 Danny Johnson......................... 33 Rob Orosco............................... 25 Mark Fobian.............................. 34 Kevin Parker............................. 42 Corey Eagle.............................. 28 Andy Cutchall............................ 39 Brian McGee............................. 56 Thomas Solari........................... 39 Thomas Solari........................... 41 Toby Cinque.............................. 46 Mike Golovich............................ 29 Rob Vargas............................... 38 John Schmitz............................. 40 John Schmitz............................. 50 Derek Bell................................. 48 Derek Bell................................. 65 Johnny Pham............................ 57 Fehlandt Lentini........................ 89 Mike Richardson....................... 55 Tom Everidge............................ 54 Burgess/Everidge..................... 71 Zack Pace................................. 37 Zack Pace................................. 54 B.J. Collom................................ 64 Nick Nosti................................. 56 Kris Haycock............................. 38 Kyle Jones................................. 41 O’Koyea Dickson....................... 61

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

HITS

Bill Masten................................ 53 Roger Harrison......................... 33 Ken Loggins............................. 42 Roger Jensen............................ 44 Rob Orosco............................... 35 Dale Velk................................... 48 Mark Fobian.............................. 53 Kevin Parker............................. 54 Wayne Copple........................... 58 Andy Cutchell............................ 62 Brian McGee............................. 67 Thomas Solari........................... 57 Cesar Medina............................ 63 Toby Cinque.............................. 63 Mike Golovich............................ 68 Rene Rascon............................ 68 John Schmitz............................. 64 Jason Campbell......................... 64 Derek Bell................................. 67 Derek Bell................................. 82 Derek Bell................................. 79 Fehlandt Lentini...................... 117 Richardson/Barry..................... 74 Tom Everidge............................ 76 Brandon Burgess..................... 86 Zack Pace................................. 62 Zack Pace................................. 63 B.J. Collom................................ 70 Ian Bridges............................... 84 Ian Bridges............................... 54 Kyle Jones................................. 41 O’Koyea Dickson....................... 73

RUNS BATTED IN

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

Bill Masten................................ 36 Craig Ullrich.............................. 18 Loggins/Jensen......................... 22 Jensen/Vaughan....................... 23 Danny Johnson......................... 22 Bob Deathridge........................ 26 Mark Fobian.............................. 42 Mark Fobian.............................. 35 Shawn Edwards........................ 31 Brian McGee............................. 30 Brian McGee............................. 47 Thomas Solari........................... 40 Cesar Medina............................ 36 Toby Cinque.............................. 52 Mike Golovich............................ 25 Rene Rascon............................ 44 John Schmitz............................. 46 John Schmitz............................. 50 Derek Bell................................. 50 Derek Bell................................. 55 Derek Bell................................. 71 Mike Richardson....................... 82 Richardson/Garibaldi................ 50 Tom Everidge............................ 44 Tom Everidge............................ 69 Tony Alcantar............................ 38 B.J. Collom................................ 46 Chase McGuire.......................... 62 Konrad Thieme......................... 64 Kyle Jones................................. 33 Max Shupe................................ 49 Kyle Jones................................. 53

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

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

STOLEN BASES

Unavailable.............................. n/a Ken Loggins............................. 28 Ken Loggins............................. 42 N/A................................................ Johnson/Warren...........................9 Rob Orosco............................... 15 Chris McGrady........................... 24 Kevin Parker............................. 39 Ken Weatherby.......................... 14 Neff/McGee..................................9 Elbert Certeza.......................... 20 Gidcumb/Solari......................... 27 Thomas Solari........................... 31 Stefan Gran............................... 20 Kenny Hanson.......................... 19 Rob Vargas............................... 16 Jason Campbell......................... 31 Jason Campbell......................... 31 Colin Stewart............................ 31 Jose Sandoval........................... 19 Johnny Pham............................ 13 Fehlandt Lentini........................ 38 Gil Barry................................... 18 Davis/Stream............................ 11 Adam Rachlin............................ 25 Zack Pace................................. 22 Zack Pace................................. 31 Nick Nosti................................. 12 Kris Haycock............................. 22 Max Kirk.................................... 11 Brian Wright.................................9 Steven Filippi............................ 14

DOUBLES

Bill Masten................................ 17 Chance/Ullrich/Jensen..................5 Leo Callagy..................................8 Roger Jensen............................ 11 Matt Washell................................8 Tom Robbins............................. 10 Mark Fobian.............................. 12 Carlisle/Parker/Rudstrom............9 Corey Eagle.............................. 10 Corey Eagle.............................. 12 Joel Neff.................................... 14 Kevin Wong............................... 12 Cesar Medina............................ 19 Toby Cinque.............................. 14 Mike Golovich...............................8 Rene Rascon............................ 16 David Briseno........................... 17 Hector Esparza......................... 18 Bell/Sandoval........................... 15 Jose Sandoval........................... 20 Derek Bell................................. 19 Fehlandt Lentini........................ 23 Rob Garibaldi............................ 17 Tom Everidge............................ 22 Nate Durham-Hammer............. 21 Tony Alcantar............................ 18 T.J. Drotleff................................ 17 Chase McGuire.......................... 19 Konrad Thieme......................... 15 Slater/Haycock.......................... 13 Max Shupe................................ 16 Kyle Jones................................. 19

TRIPLES

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

Ken Loggins................................5 Loggins/Harrison........................1 Roger Jensen...............................3 Roger Jensen...............................4 Vaughan/Warren..........................2 Five tied with...............................1 Fobian/McGrady...........................3 Kevin Parker................................3 Ken Weatherby.............................4 Five tied with...............................1 Anibal Vega..................................6 Thomas Solari..............................3 Pat Ferreira.................................4 Kenny Hanson.............................2 Mike Golovich...............................7 Mike Golovich...............................6 Six tied with.................................6 Ryan Bedrosian...........................4 Bedrosian/Sandoval....................2 Howard/Chutuk............................2 Johnny Pham...............................6 Fehlandt Lentini........................ 10 Gil Barry......................................3 Barry/Davis.................................3 Everidge/Rachlin/Daines.............3 Nate Durham-Hammer................3 Ryan Johnson...............................2 Brandon Zenimura......................3 Nick Nosti....................................6 Five tied with...............................1 Six tied with.................................1 Kyle Jones....................................3

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

Bill Masten...................................7 Chance/Ullrich/Jensen..................5 Leo Callagy..................................8 Roger Jensen............................ 11 Matt Washell................................8 Tom Robbins............................. 10 Shawn Edwards...........................6 Mark Fobian.................................6 Corey Eagle.................................7 Corey Eagle.................................8 Brian McGee............................. 12 Thomas Solari..............................9 Thomas Solari..............................9 Toby Cinque.............................. 13 Boller/Marshall............................2 Rascon/Denofrio..........................6 David Briseno..............................4 Hector Esparza............................8 Rob Franzi...................................9 Jason Vogel............................... 13 Derek Bell................................. 23 Mike Richardson....................... 13 Rob Garibaldi............................ 11 Armando Ornelas..................... 11 Brandon Burgess..................... 20 Mike Bidwell.............................. 13 Tyler Wightman......................... 10 McGuire/Rimes.......................... 13 Konrad Thieme......................... 19 Kyle Jones....................................7 Max Shupe................................ 14 O’Koyea Dickson....................... 11

HOME RUNS


YEARLY LEADERS WINS

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

Alan Clairmont............................. 4 Paul King, Jr................................. 3 Germaine/Schrott........................ 3 Fred Schrott................................ 3 McQueary/Washell....................... 3 Jim Fischer................................... 3 Bob Leslie.................................... 4 Brett Lewis.................................. 8 Bob Bowman............................... 6 Vince Herring............................... 7 Jim Peterson................................ 6 Ed Millerick................................11 Greg Patterson............................ 8 Barry Lichau..............................11 Jason Moore................................ 5 Chad Brewster............................. 6 Three tied with............................ 6 John Peck...................................11 David Avila.................................10 Colin Hayes................................12 Hayes/Parker............................... 7 Aaron Parker.............................11 Tim Worthington.......................... 9 Darren Sack................................. 9 Darren Sack................................. 9 William Krout................................ 7 Alberto Rolon.............................. 6 Bryan Oland..............................11 Matt Means................................10 Gary Moran.................................. 7 Thomas Lee................................. 6 Kenny Arnerich............................ 9

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

Paul King, Jr................................. 3 None............................................ 0 Alan Clairmont............................. 2 Mitch McQueary........................... 2 Kevin Haught............................... 2 Mark Edwards............................. 2 Leslie/Shipman............................ 1 Craig Solan.................................. 3 Jerry Hearne................................ 8 Craig Hunt................................... 7 James Schaff............................... 2 Greg Patterson..........................11 Brian Hoxsie................................ 5 Jon Siedmon................................ 4 Ryan Latronico............................ 5 Jason Lorenz............................... 3 John Peck..................................... 3 Eric Borba.................................... 5 Scott Groucher............................. 3 Chad Bircher................................ 7 Chad Bircher................................ 5 Tony Graf...................................14 Darren Sack................................. 6 Ryan McClelland........................... 5 Noah Sweeters............................ 3 Woerner/Damm............................ 2 Asselin/Herrera........................... 2 Paige Dumont............................16 Travis Babin................................. 4 Brian Flint.................................... 7 Brian Flint.................................... 6 Ocon/Van Cleave......................... 4

SAVES

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

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

ERA (40+ IP)

Brad Anderson.................. 5.76 Rick Rosenbach................. 4.71 Fred Schrott....................... 5.06 Fred Schrott....................... 3.46 Mitch McQueary................. 4.25 Jim Fischer......................... 4.36 Bob Leslie.......................... 4.37 Brett Lewis......................... 1.92 Bryan Rodgers................... 2.89 Craig Hunt.......................... 2.44 Ed Millerick......................... 2.30 David Baine........................ 1.68 Chris Grijalva...................... 1.92 Barry Lichau...................... 2.32 Nick Skuse......................... 3.34 Chad Brewster................... 2.29 Donald Quigley................... 3.34 John Peck........................... 3.65 David Avila......................... 3.52 Chad Bircher...................... 3.00 Aaron Parker..................... 3.51 Brad Chambers.................. 3.23 Tim Worthington................. 3.26 Noah Sweeters................... 2.45 Darren Sack....................... 3.14 William Krout...................... 3.46 Alberto Rolon..................... 3.68 Brent Lysander.................. 1.48 Matt Means........................ 1.85 Gary Moran........................ 1.37 Thomas Lee....................... 3.89 Kenny Arnerich.................. 2.77

INNINGS PITCHED

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

Randy Shipman.................. 87.2 Bowman............................. 90.2 Vince Herring..................... 91.1 Ed Millerick......................... 70.1 Jim Petersen...................... 76.0 David Baine........................ 96.0 Barry Lichau...................... 93.1 Nick Skuse......................... 72.2 Chad Brewster................... 82.2 Chad Brewster................... 88.2 John Peck.........................111.0 David Avila.......................102.1 Colin Hayes........................ 97.2 Colin Hayes........................ 79.2 Mark Schaukowitch............ 85.2 Tim Worthington................. 85.2 Ryan McClelland................. 84.1 Darren Sack.....................106.0 William Krout...................... 96.1 Bush/Lysander................... 58.1 Bryan Oland.....................106.1 Matt Means......................102.0 Gary Moran........................ 78.2 Thomas Lee....................... 71.2 Kenny Arnerich................100.2

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

APPEARANCES

Brett Lewis............................ 14 Bowman................................ 14 Craig Hunt............................. 19 Not available........................ n/a Greg Patterson..................... 22 Greg Patterson..................... 15 Barry Lichau......................... 15 Ryan Latronico...................... 18 Chad Brewster...................... 15 Tom Byrne............................ 19 Eric Borba............................. 21 Alex Ball................................ 19 Chad Bircher......................... 24 Tony Graf.............................. 23 Tony Graf.............................. 23 Griggs/Sack........................... 19 Ryan McClelland.................... 24 Sweeters/Sack/Damm........... 17 Tim Woerner.......................... 18 Rolon/Herrera....................... 14 Paige Dumont....................... 31 Nick O’Brien.......................... 23 Taylor Lewis.......................... 21 Casey Slate............................ 16 Five tied with......................... 17

STRIKEOUTS

Alan Clairmont....................... 35 Rick Rosenbach.................... 24 Ethan McHenry..................... 42 Fred Schrott.......................... 38 Mitch McQueary.................... 23 Campbell/Leslie..................... 44 Bob Leslie............................. 53 Brett Lewis............................ 74 Vince Herring........................ 80 Vince Herring........................ 79 Jim Peterson......................... 46 David Baine........................... 44 David Baine........................... 76 Barry Lichau......................... 46 Nick Skuse............................ 46 Chad Brewster...................... 57 Chad Brewster...................... 79 John Peck.............................. 55 David Avila............................ 73 Colin Hayes........................... 86 Colin Hayes........................... 59 Aaron Parker........................ 64 Aaron Parker........................ 81 Tim Worthington.................... 61 Darren Sack.......................... 93 William Krout......................... 53 Alberto Rolon........................ 44 Bryan Oland........................ 102 Matt Means........................... 93 Gary Moran........................... 71 Scott Alexander..................... 70 Kenny Arnerich..................... 71

KENNY ARNERICH

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RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

Fehlandt Lentini (1998, 2001)........ .385 Kevin Wong (1990-91).................... .378 Mike Golovich (1994-95)................. .375 Mike Richardson (2001-02)............ .369 Brian McGee (1989-90).................. .365 Zack Pace (2005-06)...................... .365 Derek Bell (1998-00)...................... .362 B.J. Collom (2006-07)...................... .360 Anibal Vega (1990-91).................... .360 Joe Nouguier (2000-01).................. .359

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Fehlandt Lentini (2001)................... .427 Kevin Wong (1991).......................... .400 Ian Bridges (2008).......................... .394 Joe Nouguier (2001)....................... .393 Mike Golovich (1995)....................... .386 Mark Fobian (1986)........................ .386 Derek Bell (2000)............................ .382 Cesar Medina (1992)....................... .382 Toby Cinque (1993)......................... .380 Zack Pace (2006)............................ .375

SEASON

HITS

CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kyle Jones (2008-11).......................230 Derek Bell (1998-00).......................228 Tom Everidge (2002-04)..................213 Brandon Burgess (2002-04)...........201 Joe Nouguier (2000-01)...................165 Ian Bridges (2007-09).....................165 Fehlandt Lentini (1998, 2001).........164 Nate Durham-Hammer (2003-05)....159 Mike Richardson (2001-02).............152 Ken Loggins (1980-83)....................143

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

Fehlandt Lentini (2001)....................117 Joe Nouguier (2001)..........................97 Brandon Burgess (2004)...................86 Ian Bridges (2008).............................84 Nick Nosti (2008)...............................82 Tom Everidge (2004)..........................82 Derek Bell (1999)...............................82 Jose Sandoval (1999).........................81 Derek Bell (2000)...............................79 Mike Richardson (2001).....................78

DOUBLES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Derek Bell (1998-00)......................... 41 Tom Everidge (2002-04).................... 32 Brandon Burgess (2002-04)............. 31 Konrad Thieme (2007-08)................. 27 Kyle Jones (2008-11)......................... 25 Mike Richardson (2001-02)............... 23 Mike Bidwell (2004-05)...................... 19 Jason Vogel (1997-00)....................... 18 Brian McGee (1989-90)..................... 18 Tom Solari (1991-92)......................... 18

1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

Derek Bell (2000)............................... 23 Brandon Burgess (2004)................... 20 Konrad Thieme (2008)....................... 19 Tom Everidge (2004).......................... 19 Max Shupe (2010).............................. 14 Chase McGuire (2007)........................ 13 Eli Rimes (2007)................................. 13 Mike Bidwell (2005)............................ 13 Mike Richardson (2001)..................... 13 Jason Vogel (1999)............................. 13 Toby Cinque (1993)............................ 13

SEASON

Kyle Jones (2008-11).........................55 Derek Bell (1998-00).........................48 Tom Everidge (2002-04)....................43 Brandon Burgess (2002-04).............39 Nate Durham-Hammer (2003-05)......36 Fehlandt Lentini (1998, 2001)...........35 Jose Sandoval (1998-99)...................35 David Briseno (1996-97)...................32 Joe Nouguier (2000-01).....................31 B.J. Collom (2006-07).........................29

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

Fehlandt Lentini (2001)......................23 Tom Everidge (2003)..........................22 Nate Durham-Hammer (2004)...........21 Jose Sandoval (1999).........................20 Cesar Medina (1992)..........................19 Derek Bell (2000)...............................19 Chase McGuire (2007)........................19 Kyle Jones (2011)...............................19 Hector Esparza (1997).......................18 Chris Howard (1999)..........................18 Allen Marshall (2001).........................18 Tony Alcantar (2005)..........................18 B.J. Collom (2007)..............................18

DEREK BELL

28

Mike Golovich (1994-95).................... 13 Fehlandt Lentini (1998, 2001)........... 10 Ken Loggins (1980-83).........................9 Roger Jensen (1981-83).......................7 Anibal Vega (1990-91)..........................7 Nick Nosti (2007-08).............................7 Brian McGee (1989-90)........................6 Damian Marshall (1994-95)..................6 Johnny Pham (1999-00)........................6 Brian Stream (2001-03)........................6 Gil Barry (2002-03)...............................6

1. 2. 3. 6. 10.

Fehlandt Lentini (2001)...................... 10 Mike Golovich (1994).............................7 Nick Nosti (2008)..................................6 Johnny Pham (2000).............................6 Mike Golovich (1995).............................6 Anibal Vega (1990)...............................6 Damian Marshall (1994)........................5 Brian McGee (1990)..............................5 Marlon Warren (1984)...........................5 Ken Loggins (1980)..............................5 Brian Stream (2001).............................4

CAREER

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

SEASON

CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

SEASON

HOME RUNS CAREER

TRIPLES

SEASON

RUNS BATTED IN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CAREER

Derek Bell (1998-00)....................... 176 Kyle Jones (2008-11)....................... 164 Tom Everidge (2002-04).................. 153 Mike Richardson (2001-02)............. 132 Brandon Burgess (2002-04)........... 119 Nate Durham-Hammer (2003-05)...... 98 Ian Bridges (2007-09)....................... 97 John Schmitz (1996-97)..................... 96 Cameron Cook (2008-11).................. 94 Jason Vogel (1997-00)....................... 91 B.J. Collom (2006-07)......................... 91

SEASON

Mike Richardson (2001)..................... 82 Derek Bell (2000)............................... 71 Tom Everidge (2004).......................... 69 Allen Marshall (2001)......................... 66 Konrad Thieme (2008)....................... 64 Brandon Burgess (2004)................... 64 Chase McGuire (2007)........................ 62 Andy Weber (2001)............................ 58 Fehlandt Lentini (2001)...................... 57 Ian Bridges (2008)............................. 56

TOM EVERIDGE

RUNS SCORED CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Derek Bell (1998-00).......................161 Tom Everidge (2002-04)..................158 Brandon Burgess (2002-04)...........136 Kyle Jones (2008-11).......................133 Fehlandt Lentini (1998, 2001).........127 Brian Stream (2001-03)...................122 Mike Richardson (2001-02).............111 Joe Nouguier (2000-01)...................110 Jose Sandoval (1998-99).................105 B.J. Collom (2006-07).......................104

1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Fehlandt Lentini (2001)......................89 Tom Everidge (2004)..........................71 Brandon Burgess (2004)...................71 Brian Stream (2001)..........................69 Joe Nouguier (2001)..........................65 Derek Bell (1999)...............................65 B.J. Collom (2007)..............................64 Jose Sandoval (1999).........................64 O’Koyea Dickson (2011).....................61 Brent Smith (2001)............................59

SEASON

STOLEN BASES CAREER

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

Ken Loggins (1980-83)......................93 Kevin Parker (1986-87).....................66 Jason Campbell (1996-97).................62 Tom Solari (1991-92).........................58 Colin Stewart (1997-98)....................54 Fehlandt Lentini (1998, 2001)...........53 Zack Pace (2006)...............................53 Ryan Bedrosian (1997-98)................44 Chris McGrady (1984-86)...................44 Terry Gidcumb (1991-92)..................41

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 10.

Ken Loggins (1982)...........................42 Kevin Parker (1987)...........................39 Fehlandt Lentini (2001)......................38 Ken Loggins (1980)...........................34 Zack Pace (2006)...............................31 Colin Stewart (1998)..........................31 Jason Campbell (1997).......................31 Jason Campbell (1996).......................31 Tom Solari (1992)...............................31 Terry Gidcumb (1991)........................27

SEASON

KYLE JONES


RECORDS WALKS CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kyle Jones (2008-11).................... 110 Derek Bell (1998-00).................... 105 Tom Everidge (2002-04)................. 91 Zack Pace (2005-06)...................... 88 Mike Richardson (2001-02)............ 84 Brian Stream (2001-03).................. 81 Jose Sandoval (1998-99)................ 73 Mark Fobian (1986-87)................... 71 Ken Loggins (1980-83)................... 70 Ryan Bedrosian (1997-98)............. 68

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Brian Stream (2001)....................... 55 Mark Papadopoulos (1993)............ 50 Derek Bell (1999)............................ 49 Jose Sandoval (1999)...................... 47 Zack Pace (2005)............................ 45 Mike Richardson (2001).................. 45 Zack Pace (2006)............................ 43 Tom Everidge (2004)....................... 42 Elbert Certeza (1990)..................... 40 B.J. Collom (2007)........................... 40

SEASON

ON BASE PCT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Zack Pace (2005-06)................... .510 Mike Richardson (2001-02)......... .477 B.J. Collom (2006-07)................... .468 Derek Bell (1998-00)................... .454 Ian Bridges (2007-09)................. .450 Armando Ornelas (2002-03)....... .450 Joe Nouguier (2000-01)............... .447 Anibal Vega (1990-91)................. .446 Brian McGee (1989-90)............... .440 Tom Everidge (2002-04).............. .437

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Zack Pace (2006)......................... .523 Zack Pace (2005)......................... .498 Derek Bell (1999)......................... .487 Mike Richardson (2001)............... .485 B.J. Collom (2007)........................ .483 Joe Nouguier (2001).................... .478 Leo Avila (2008)........................... .476 Fehlandt Lentini (2001)................ .474 Armando Ornelas (2003)............. .473 Ian Bridges (2008)....................... .468

SLUGGING PCT. CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Konrad Thieme (2007-08)........... .666 Brian McGee (1989-90)............... .659 Derek Bell (1998-00)................... .640 Mike Richardson (2001-02)......... .617 Armando Ornelas (2002-03)....... .615 Kevin Wong (1990-91)................. .606 Tom Everidge (2002-04).............. .600 B.J. Collom (2006-07)................... .597 Trevor Howell (2006, 08)............. .569 Anibal Vega (1990-91)................. .564

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Derek Bell (2000)......................... .816 Toby Cinque (1993)...................... .711 Konrad Thieme (2008)................. .710 Max Shupe (2010)........................ .695 Tom Everidge (2004).................... .691 Brandon Burgess (2004)............. .680 Tom Solari (1991)......................... .651 Tyler Wightman (2006)................. .640 Mike Richardson (2001)............... .632 Fehlandt Lentini (2001)................ .628 Armando Ornelas (2003)............. .628

SEASON

SEASON

SEASON

WINS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5 7. 10.

1. 2. 6. 9.

CAREER

Aaron Parker (2000-02)................. 25 Darren Sack (2002-04)................... 24 Colin Hayes (1999-00).................... 19 Tim Worthington (2000-03)............ 18 Matt Means (2004-05, 07-08)........ 15 Gary Moran (2008-09).................... 15 Jeff Ogston (1998-99).................... 14 Ed Millerick (1990-91).................... 14 Mark Schaukowitch (2000-02)........ 14 Brent Lysander (2006-07).............. 13 Bryan Oland (2006-07)................... 13 Ian Keene (2000-03)...................... 13 Donald Quigley (1996-97).............. 13 Barry Lichau (1992-93).................. 13

Colin Hayes (1999).......................... 12 Bryan Oland (2007)........................ 11 Aaron Parker (2001)....................... 11 John Peck (1997)............................ 11 Barry Lichau (1993)........................ 11 Matt Means (2008).......................... 10 Brent Lysander (2007).................... 10 David Avila (1998)........................... 10 Brett Lewis (1987).............................9 Tim Worthington (2002).....................9 Darren Sack (2003)...........................9 Darren Sack (2004)...........................9 Kenny Arnerich (2011).......................9

Paige Dumont (2005-07)................16 Tony Graf (2000-01).......................16 Brian Flint (2009-10)......................13 Chad Bircher (1999-00)..................12 Greg Patterson (1990-91)..............11 Jerry Heame (1987-88)..................10 Darren Sack (2002-04).....................9 Craig Hunt (1987-90)........................8 Shawn Sinclair (1992-93)..................6 Nine tied with......................................5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 10.

Paige Dumont (2007)......................16 Tony Graf (2001).............................14 Greg Patterson (1991)....................11 Jerry Heame (1988)..........................8 Chad Bircher (1999)..........................7 Craig Hunt (1989).............................7 Brian Flint (2009)..............................7 Darren Sack (2002)..........................6 Brian Flint (2010)..............................6 Ryan McClelland (2003).....................5 Chad Bircher (2000)..........................5 Eric Borba (1997).............................5 Ryan Latronico (1994)......................5 Brian Hoxsie (1992)..........................5

CAREER (100+ IP)

David Baine (1991-92)................ 2.19 Gary Moran (2008-09)................. 2.26 Noah Sweeters (2003-04)........... 2.31 Ed Millerick (1990-91)................. 2.38 Jim Peterson (1990-91)............... 2.64 Chris Grijalva (1992-93)............... 2.64 Greg Patterson (1991-92)........... 2.76 Barry Lichau (1992-93)............... 2.87 Darren Sack (2002-04)................ 2.91 Bryan Oland (2006-07)................ 2.96 Vince Herring (1987-89).............. 2.96

SEASON

INNINGS PITCHED

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9.

CAREER

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

WINNING PCT.

SEASON (40+ IP)

Paige Dumont (2007)................... 0.39 Matt Garnett (2008)..................... 1.36 Gary Moran (2009)....................... 1.37 Brent Lysander (2007)................. 1.48 Jay French (1987)........................ 1.51 David Baine (1991)...................... 1.68 Matt Means (2008)....................... 1.85 Chris Grijalva (1992)..................... 1.92 Brett Lewis (1987)....................... 1.92 Alex Ball (1998)............................ 2.01

SAVES

SEASON

ERA

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

SEASON (MIN. 8 DECISIONS)

Ed Millerick (1990).......... 1.000 (8-0) Colin Hayes (1999).......... .923 (12-1) Bryan Oland (2007)........ .917 (11-1) Greg Patterson (1991)........889 (8-1) Mark Quintel (1989)............875 (7-1) Orlando Cepeda, Jr. (1990)....875 (7-1) Chris Grivalja (1992)............875 (7-1) Aaron Parker (2001)....... .846 (11-2) Matt Means (2008).......... .833 (10-2) Brent Lysander (2007)...... .833 (10-2) David Avila (1998)........... .833 (10-2)

STRIKEOUTS CAREER

1. Aaron Parker (2000-02)............... 198 2. Darren Sack (2002-04)................. 185 3. Vince Herring (1987-89)............... 163 4. Matt Means (2004-05, 07-08)...... 159 5. Gary Moran (2008-09).................. 158 6. Colin Hayes (1999-00).................. 145 7. Bryan Oland (2006-07)................. 141 8. Chad Brewster (1995-96)............. 136 9. Tim Worthington (2000-03).......... 134 10. THOMAS LEE (2009-).......... 128

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

SEASON

Bryan Oland (2007)...................... 102 Matt Means (2008).......................... 93 Darren Sack (2004)........................ 93 Brent Lysander (2007).................... 89 Colin Hayes (1999).......................... 86 Steve Rogers (1999)....................... 83 Aaron Parker (2002)....................... 81 Vince Herring (1988)....................... 80 Chad Brewster (1995)..................... 79 David Baine (1992)......................... 76

APPEARANCES CAREER

CAREER

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

Josh Bell (1999-02)......................... 59 Matt Means (2004-05, 07-08)........ 58 Darren Sack (2002-04)................... 51 Donald Quigley (1994-96).............. 49 Paige Dumont (2005-07)................ 47 Tony Graf (2000-01)....................... 46 John Martine (1997-00).................. 46 Tim Worthington (2000-03)............ 45 Aaron Parker (2000-02)................. 45 Chad Bircher (1999-00).................. 44

SEASON

1. 2. 4. 7.

Paige Dumont (2007)...................... 31 Chad Bircher (1999)........................ 24 Ryan McClelland (2003)................... 24 Nick O’Brien (2008)......................... 23 Tony Graf (2001)............................. 23 Tony Graf (2000)............................. 23 Travis Babin (2008)......................... 22 John Martine (1999)........................ 22 Greg Patterson (1991).................... 22 Paul King, Jr. (1980)........................ 22

Donald Quigley (1994-96)........ 221.2 Darren Sack (2002-04)............. 219.2 Aaron Parker (2000-02)........... 211.1 Tim Worthington (2000-03)......... 197.0 Matt Means (2004-05, 07-08)....... 191.2 William Krout (2004-05)............ 183.1 Colin Hayes (1999-00).............. 177.1 Jeff Ogston (1998-99).............. 176.1 Chad Brewster (1995-96)......... 171.1 Gary Moran (2008-09).............. 167.0

John Peck (1997)...................... 111.0 Bryan Oland (2007).................. 106.1 Darren Sack (2004).................. 106.0 Brent Lysander (2007).............. 103.1 David Avila (1998)..................... 102.1 Matt Means (2008).................... 102.0 Kenny Arnerich (2011).............. 100.2 Colin Hayes (1999).......................97.2 Steve Rogers (1999)....................97.1 Joe Stephenson (1984)................96.2

SEASON

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RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS YEAR RECORD

COACH

AVG

1987

30-20

John Goelz

.270 258

R 2B 3B HR SB OBP SLG ERA SV 59 10

1988

28-21

John Goelz

.300 248

1989

28-18

John Goelz

.277 250

1990

IP

SO

BB WHIP FLD%

E

45 91 .367 .353 3.73 11 393.0 252 227

1.44

.957

70

67 12

31 50 .367 .419 3.79 11 392.0 296 223

1.52

.951

84

79

24 43 .348 .395 3.60

8 376.1 222 176

1.37

.953

69

6

35-17

John Goelz

.325 392

91 24

40 95 .411 .493 2.96

4 376.1 232 158

1.30

1991 29-14-1

John Goelz

.304 250

70

8

30 97 .389 .426 2.92 18 357.1 213 146

1.31

.950

81

1992 32-17-1

John Goelz

.278 251

73 20

26 107 .357 .402 3.02 16 396.1 265 187

1.25

.957

68

1993

33-21

John Goelz

.301 374

86

8

33 109 .394 .419 4.46 10 431.1 248 187

1.50

.954

89

1994

23-25

John Goelz

.270 242

53 21

10 60 .340 .353 3.91 10 386.1 221 170

1.43

.949

90

1995

25-28

John Goelz

.293 305

98 16

33 54 .369 .426 3.99

9 433.1 265 228

1.48

.950

99

1996 30-26-1

John Goelz

.296 342 103

18 126 .376 .389 4.13

8 451.0 338 255

1.60

.948 108

1997

37-20

John Goelz

.296 385 104 15

41 153 .376 .433 4.78 12 471.0 265 236

1.49

.956

96

1998

33-21

John Goelz

.305 378 109

8

43 107 .390 .447 4.78

8 444.0 288 207

1.56

.959

83

1999

40-26

John Goelz

.306 497 134

9

63 89 .397 .461 5.18 14 545.2 402 238

1.59

.954 115

2000

39-23

John Goelz

.305 448 131 16

62 46 .400 .473 4.85 12 510.1 367 258

1.55

.957

2001

50-17

John Goelz

.337 562 149 21

57 113 .426 .497 4.02 15 553.1 296 210

1.38

.959 105

2002

6

n/a n/a

96

41-24

John Goelz

.309 426 130 10

54 59 .394 .461 4.12 15 511.2 348 183

1.46

.945 127

2003 46-15-1

John Goelz

.306 393

50 66 .385 .436 3.61 12 515.2 341 202

1.37

.964

2004

39-28

John Goelz

.305 479 138 14

73 94 .384 .478 4.68

9 552.1 391 161

1.46

.960 102

2005

25-30

John Goelz

.279 268

81

4

45 53 .361 .406 4.65

7 443.2 278 136

1.49

.969

62

2006 28-23-1

John Goelz

.292 356 109

7

56 79 .382 .455 5.18

8 439.2 299 138

1.55

.959

79

2007

50-12

John Goelz

.305 446 123 10

67 66 .398 .471 2.78 18 521.2 434 122

1.16

.965

80

2008

52-15

John Goelz

.324 540 122 12

81 85 .410 .487 3.32 11 580.1 497 217

1.33

.972

71

2009

35-16

John Goelz

.275 304 100

5

29 44 .372 .394 3.69 16 431.2 322 115

1.23

.975

47

2010

24-28

John Goelz

.288 351

95

5

70 41 .383 .472 6.38 13 427.2 370 220

1.65

.967

63

2011

37-22

John Goelz

.271 350 103

9

29 58 .364 .377 3.70 13 503.2 393 231

1.40

.957

94

98 10

82

CLASS RECORDS FRESHMAN

Batting Average: .351, Rob Orosco (1984) Hits: 55, Tom Everidge (2002) Runs Batted In: 40, Tom Everidge (2002) Home Runs: 5, Kyle Jones (‘08)/Everidge (‘02) Doubles: 14, Brandon Burgess (2002) Triples: 2, Tom Everidge (2002) Stolen Bases: 6, David Herman (2005) Earned Run Average: 1.96, Darren Sack (2002) Wins: 7, Two tied Strikeouts: 48, Jeff Ogston (1998)

SOPHOMORE

Batting Average: .353, Tom Everidge (2003) Hits: 76, Tom Everidge (2003) Runs Batted In: 50, Derek Bell (1998) Home Runs: 9, Brandon Burgess (2003) Doubles: 22, Tom Everidge (2003) Triples: 2, Two tied Stolen Bases: 23, Colin Stewart (1997) Earned Run Average: 3.04, Two tied Wins: 10, Aaron Parker (2001) Strikeouts: 70, Jeff Ogston (1999)

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JUNIOR

Batting Average: .394, Ian Bridges (2008) Hits: 86, Brandon Burgess (2004) Runs Batted In: 82, Mike Richardson (2001) Home Runs: 20, Brandon Burgess (2004) Doubles: 21, Nate Durham-Hammer (2004) Triples: 7, Mike Golovich (1994) Stolen Bases: 31, Two tied Earned Run Average: 1.48, Brent Lysander (2007) Wins: 12, Colin Hayes (1999) Strikeouts: 102, Bryan Oland (2007)

SENIOR

Batting Average: .427, Fehlandt Lentini (2001) Hits: 117, Fehlandt Lentini (2001) Runs Batted In: 72, Derek Bell (2000) Home Runs: 23, Derek Bell (2000) Doubles: 23, Fehlandt Lentini (2001) Triples: 10, Fehlandt Lentini (2001) Stolen Bases: 39, Kevin Parker (1987) Earned Run Average: 1.37, Gary Moran (2009) Wins: 11, Two tied Strikeouts: 93, Matt Means (2008)

IAN BRIDGES


PROGRAM HISTORY YEAR 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

COACH OVERALL PCT. CONF. PCT. PLACE Henry Lasch 8-2 .800 (club sport) n/a Warren Tappin 6-14 .300 n/a n/a n/a Bruce Camilli 2-19 .091 n/a n/a n/a Carl Peterson 8-23 .258 n/a n/a n/a Carl Peterson 11-23 .325 0-9 .000 7th Bill Trumbo 10-25 .285 5-12 .294 7th Bill Trumbo 5-41 .109 5-14 .263 7th Tom Glover 20-21 .488 9-9 .500 3rd Gary Hughes 11-26 .297 2-16 .111 7th Sonoma State discontinued its baseball program from 1975-78. Bob Williams 9-25 .265 (club sport) n/a Steve Blateric 14-32 .304 n/a n/a n/a Steve Blateric 5-31 .138 n/a n/a n/a Steve Blateric 9-32 .219 n/a n/a n/a Steve Blateric 6-31 .162 5-23 .178 6th Steve Blateric 15-33-1 .312 12-24 .333 6th Steve Blateric 7-42 .142 3-27 .100 6th John Goelz 18-32 .360 9-21 .300 6th John Goelz 30-20 .600 18-12 .600 2nd John Goelz 28-21 .571 15-13 .536 3rd John Goelz 28-18 .608 20-9 .690 2nd John Goelz 35-17 .673 21-9 .700 1st John Goelz 29-14-1 .674 21-7 .750 1st John Goelz 32-17-1 .667 23-7 .767 1st John Goelz 33-21 .611 21-14 .600 2nd John Goelz 23-25 .479 14-21 .400 4th John Goelz 25-28 .472 17-18 .486 4th John Goelz 30-26-1 .536 16-19 .457 T-3rd John Goelz 37-20 .649 25-10 .714 2nd John Goelz 33-21 .611 23-12 .657 1st John Goelz 40-26 .606 21-15 .583 1st John Goelz 39-23 .629 25-15 .625 3rd John Goelz 50-17 .746 29-7 .806 1st John Goelz 41-24 .631 20-20 .500 6th John Goelz 46-15-1 .711 27-11 .711 1st John Goelz 39-28 .684 25-15 .625 2nd John Goelz 25-30 .455 19-19 .500 5th John Goelz 28-23-1 .548 17-15 .531 5th John Goelz 50-12 .806 29-7 .806 1st John Goelz 52-15 .776 26-8 .765 1st John Goelz 35-16 .686 22-10 .688 2nd John Goelz 24-28 .462 17-23 .425 7th John Goelz 37-22 .627 24-16 .600 2nd

CAREER COACHING RECORDS

COACH Henry Lasch Warren Tappin Bruce Camilli Carl Peterson Bill Trumbo Tom Glover Gary Hughes Bob Williams Steve Blateric John Goelz

YEARS 1966 1967 1968 1969-70 1971-72 1973 1974 1979 1980-85 1986-current

OVERALL 8-2 6-14 2-19 19-46 15-66 20-21 11-26 9-25 56-201 887-559-5

PCT. CONF. .800 n/a .300 n/a .091 n/a .292 0-9 .185 10-26 .488 9-9 .297 2-16 .265 n/a .218 20-74 .613 544-353

PCT. n/a n/a n/a .000 .357 .500 .111 n/a .213 .606

SERIES HISTORIES

Augustana College Bethany College Biola Cal Baptist California California Christian Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly SLO Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State East Bay (Hayward) Cal State L.A. Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Northridge Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Stanislaus Central Missouri Chapman Chico State Colorado State-Pueblo Concordia Fort Hays State George Fox Grand Canyon Grand Valley State Hawaii Hilo Hawaii Pacific Hillsdale Idaho, College of LaVerne Loyola Marymount Lewis & Clark Master’s College Menlo College Mesa State Metro State Nebraska-Kearney Nevada (Reno) New Mexico Highlands Occidental College Oregon Oregon State Oregon Tech Ouachita Baptist Pacific (CA) Patten Pomona-Pitzer Sacramento State Saint Martin’s Saint Mary’s (CA) Saint Mary’s (TX) Santa Clara San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Savannah College Art/Design Shippensburg Southern Connecticut State UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz UC San Diego Vanguard University Warner Pacific West Florida Western Oregon Westmont Willamette

2-0 1-0 18-9 3-1 0-1 2-0 36-33 1-2 36-15-2 77-21 38-19 38-6 0-2 39-16 100-46 1-0 0-1 69-83 1-1 5-2 4-0 6-4 19-21 1-0 22-13 43-30 2-0 2-0 6-1 0-1 0-2 4-0-1 14-2 2-0 1-1 1-1 3-5 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 2-1 0-2 3-3 7-2 1-0 6-12 3-0 4-6 0-1 0-1 1-1 14-10 118-42-2 1-2 4-0 1-0 0-1 54-56 1-5 0-4 2-0 27-27 4-2 2-0 0-1 12-11 0-1 8-0

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POSTSEASON HISTORY CCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

YEAR W L 1999 W W L W 2000 L L 2001 L W W W W 2003 W W W 2004 L W W L 2007 W W W 2008 W L W W W 2009 W L W L 2011 L L OVERALL:

SCORE 7-4 13-4 9-12 13-8 2-3 4-8 12-13 17-5 12-3 10-3 10-3 2-1 17-4 4-3 2-6 8-5 6-2 7-8 7-6 7-1 15-5 5-1 3-4 13-11 4-3 7-4 4-0 1-16 10-9 7-8 9-22 4-11 21-11

OPPONENT UC Riverside Chico State Chico State Chico State Grand Canyon Chico State Cal Poly Pomona Chico State Cal Poly Pomona CSU San Bernardino CSU San Bernardino Cal State Stanislaus UC Davis Chico State UC San Diego CSU San Bernardino UC San Diego Chico State UC San Diego Chico State UC San Diego Cal State Stanislaus Chico State Cal State Stanislaus Chico State Chico State Cal State L.A. UC San Diego Cal State L.A. UC San Diego Chico State Cal Poly Pomona

LOCATION Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Palm Springs, Calif. Palm Springs, Calif. Palm Springs, Calif. Palm Springs, Calif. Stockton, Calif. Stockton, Calif.

Five Championships: 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008

NCAA WEST REGIONAL RESULTS

YEAR W L SCORE 1991 L 12-18 L 2-5 1992 L 2-4 L 0-4 1998 W 6-5 L 1-7 W 5-4 L 6-13 1999 L 4-12 W 15-3 W 17-13 L 4-12 2001 W 8-1 L 6-10 W 6-5 W 10-6 L 6-10 2003 L 8-12 W 10-4 W 4-3 L 0-5 2004 L 3-13 W 4-2 W 6-5 L 1-4 2007 L 7-8 W 10-3 L 1-4 2008 W 15-2 W 10-4 W 13-2 W 11-4 2009 L 1-3 W 7-6 W 3-2 W 4-3 L 4-12 2011 W 4-0 W 10-2 L 4-5 W 8-5 OVERALL: 22-19

OPPONENT UC Riverside Cal Poly SLO UC Riverside Cal Poly SLO Fort Hays State Chico State Fort Hays State Chico State Chico State Fort Hays State Mesa State Chico State New Mexico Highlands Saint Mary’s (TX) New Mexico Highlands Saint Mary’s (TX) Saint Mary’s (TX) UC Davis Western Oregon Fort Hays State UC Davis Colorado St-Pueblo Mesa State Colorado St-Pueblo Chico State Nebraska-Kearney UC San Diego Cal State L.A. Nebraska-Kearney Cal State Stanislaus Chico State Chico State Western Oregon Cal State Dominguez Hills Western Oregon UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona

LOCATION Riverside, Calif. Riverside, Calif. San Luis O., Calif. San Luis O., Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. San Antonio, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. Hays, Kansas Hays, Kansas Hays, Kansas Hays, Kansas Pueblo, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Chico, Calif. Keizer, Ore. Keizer, Ore. Keizer, Ore. Keizer, Ore. Keizer, Ore. La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla, Calif.

Two Championships: 2008, 2011

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

1990 NCAC CHAMPIONS

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YEAR W L SCORE 2008 W 10-1 W 6-5 L 1-2 L 1-2 2011 W 7-6 L 4-5 L 4-6 OVERALL: 3-4

OPPONENT Shippensburg Central Missouri Ouachita Baptist Ouachita Baptist Grand Valley State West Florida So. Connecticut Stat

LOCATION Sauget, Illinois Sauget, Illinois Sauget, Illinois Sauget, Illinois Cary, NC Cary, NC Cary, NC


SEAWOLVES IN THE PROS Since Coach Goelz took over in 1986, Sonoma State has sent 75 players on to the pros. In 2004, Sonoma State made waves when they had four players selected in the first eleven rounds of the Major League Baseball Draft and since that season, 17 players have heard their name called on Draft Day.

YR NAME

ACQUIRED

TEAM

YR NAME

ACQUIRED

TEAM

2011 O’Koyea Dickson

Drafted- 12th Round

Los Angeles Dodgers

2000 Derek Bell

Signed Free Agent

San Francisco Giants

Alex Todd

Drafted- 27th Round

Houston Astros

Jesse Bussard

Drafted- 30th Round

San Diego Padres

Kenny Arnerich

Signed Free Agent

River City Rascals*

Jose Cerda

Signed Free Agent

San Francisco Giants

Kyle Jones

Signed Free Agent

River City Rascals*

Mike Nackord

Signed Free Agent

Feather River Mudcats*

2010 Scott Alexander

Drafted- 6th Round

Kansas City Royals

Chad Bircher

Signed Free Agent

Solano Steelheads*

Tillman Pugh

Drafted- 15th Round

New York Mets

1998 Rob Franzi

Signed Free Agent

Richmond Roosters*

Tyler Hess

Drafted- 19th Round

Atlanta Braves

David Avila

Signed Free Agent

Florida Marlins

Joey Parigi

Signed Free Agent

Traverse City Beach Bums*

Ryan Bedrosian

Signed Free Agent

Richmond Roosters*

2009 Gary Moran

Drafted- 41st Round

San Francisco Giants

Colin Stewart

Drafted- 18th Round

Atlanta Braves

Alberto Rolon

Signed Free Agent

Lake Erie Crushers*

1997 John Schmitz

Signed Free-Agent

Richmond Roosters*

Ian Bridges

Signed Free Agent

Oakland County Cruisers*

Signed Free Agent

Sonoma Co. Crushers*

Leo Avila

Signed Free Agent

Oakland County Cruisers*

1996 Donald Quigley

Drafted- 35th Round

Kansas City Royals

John Bonifacini

John Peck

Signed Free Agent

Oakland County Cruisers*

Mike Jackson

Signed Free Agent

Tampa Bay Devil Rays

2008 Travis Babin

Drafted- 16th Round

New York Mets

Chad Brewster

Signed Free Agent

Sonoma Co. Crushers*

Konrad Thieme

Drafted- 23rd Round

Florida Marlins

1995 Rene Rascon

Drafted- 5th Round

Florida Marlins

Kevin Asselin

Drafted- 30th Round

Chicago White Sox

Ray Green

Drafted- 42nd Round

Florida Marlins

Matt Means

Drafted- 37th Round

San Diego Padres

Mike Golovich

Signed Free Agent

Surrey Glaciers*

Nick O’Brien

Signed Free Agent

Joliet Jackhammers*

Ryan Latronico

Signed Free Agent

Ohio Valley Redcoats*

2007 Brent Lysander

Drafted- 16th Round

Oakland Athletics

Phil Denofrio

Signed Free Agent

Ohio Valley Redcoats*

Bryan Oland

Drafted- 24th Round

San Diego Padres

Tony Shapiro

Signed Free Agent

Butte Copper Kings*

Eli Rimes

Drafted- 25th Round

Cincinnati Reds

1994 Nick Skuse

Drafted- 7th Round

Anaheim Angels

Paige Dumont

Signed Free Agent

Philadelphia Phillies

Walter White

Drafted- 32nd Round

Florida Marlins

2006 Zack Pace

Signed Free Agent

Sioux City Explorers

1992 David Baine

Drafted- 32nd Round

San Francisco Giants

Signed Free Agent

Calgary Vipers

1991 Dan Calcagno

Drafted- 41st Round

San Francisco Giants

2005 Mike Bidwell

Signed Free Agent

Richmond Roosters*

Kevin Wong

Signed Free Agent

Milwaukee Brewers

Tony Alcantar

Signed Free Agent

Fullerton Flyers*

Ed Millerick

Signed Free Agent

San Francisco Giants

William Krout

Signed Free Agent

Reno Silver Sox*

1990 Brian McGee

Signed Free Agent

Chicago Cubs

Dennis Peters

Signed Free Agent

Reno Silver Sox*

Elgin Bobo

Drafted- 38th Round

Anaheim Angels

2004 Brandon Burgess

Drafted- 6th Round

Arizona Diamondbacks

Durrell Rumsey

Drafted- 42nd Round

Minnesota Twins

Tom Everidge

Drafted- 10th Round

Oakland Athletics

1989 Vince Herring

Signed Free Agent

San Francisco Giants

Dan Barone

Drafted- 11th Round

Florida Marlins

Mark Quintel

Signed Free Agent

San Francisco Giants

Darren Sack

Drafted- 11th Round

San Francisco Giants

Mike Bible

Signed Free Agent

Salt Lake City, UT*

Mike Nunes

Signed Free Agent

Mesa Miners*

1988 Rob Thomas

Drafted- 21st Round

Detroit Tigers

Mickey Coughlin

Signed Free Agent

Mesa Miners*

Bryan Rogers

Drafted- 39th Round

New York Mets

2003 Tim Worthington

Signed Free Agent

New York Mets

Tom Rustrom

Signed Free Agent

Anaheim Angels

Signed Free Agent

Cook County Cheetahs*

1987 Rob Willson

Drafted- 43rd Round

San Francisco Giants

2002 Aaron Parker

Drafted- 21st Round

Atlanta Braves

Brett Lewis

Signed Free Agent

San Francisco Giants

Drafted- 28th Round

San Diego Padres

Ben Townsend

Signed Free Agent

Boise, ID*

2001 Fehlandt Lentini

Signed Free Agent

Houston Astros

Denny Carlisle

Signed Free Agent

Boise, ID*

Ryan Johnston

Drafted- 31st Round

Philadelphia Phillies

1986 Tony Ciccone

Drafted- 12th Round

Los Angeles Dodgers

Brent Smith

Signed Free Agent

Cincinnati Reds

1984 Joe Stevenson

Drafted- 24th Round

Boston Red Sox

Allen Marshall

Signed Free Agent

Cook County Cheetahs*

1983 Roger Jensen

Drafted- 2nd Round

Chicago White Sox

Joe Nouguier

Signed Free Agent

Cook County Cheetahs*

1981 Mike Simmons

Signed Free Agent

New York Yankees

1980 Donnie Johnson

Signed Free Agent

Atlanta Braves

1975 Marshall Brant

Drafted- 4th Round

New York Mets

1974 Wayne Bauers

Drafted- 28th Round

New York Mets

Brett White

Gil Barry Mike Richardson

*independent

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SEAWOLVES IN THE PROS

2011 PRO STATISTICS

Former Sonoma State players that competed for professional teams during the 2011 season.

MAJOR LEAGUERS

GARY MORAN (2002-04) • Oakland Athletics

GARY MORAN (Sonoma State 2007-08) TEAM (CLASS) River City (ind) Rome (A) Lynchburg (A+)

W-L 2-0 4-1 2-1

ERA 1.57 3.50 2.63

G 3 9 5

GS 3 6 5

ALEX TODD (Sonoma State 2011) TEAM (CLASS) Greeneville (R) Lancaster (A+)

AVG .159 .298

G AB 33 107 16 57

R 13 6

TYLER HESS (Sonoma State 2010) TEAM (CLASS) Rome (A)

W-L ERA 1-3 4.53

G 27

GS 1

SV 0 0 0

IP BB SO 23.0 5 23 43.2 9 36 27.1 7 24

HR 0 1

RBI BB SB 11 12 0 2 0 0

SV 7

IP BB SO 47.2 23 42

O’KOYEA DICKSON (Sonoma State 2011) TEAM (CLASS) Ogden (R)

AVG .333

G AB 48 189

R 33

HR 13

TILLMAN PUGH (Sonoma State 2010) TEAM (CLASS) Kingsport (R) Brooklyn (A-)

AVG .252 .344

G AB 39 123 13 32

R 14 8

HR 3 1

MARSHALL BRANT

MLB Debut: Oct. 1, 1980 RBI BB SB 38 19 1

RBI BB SB 19 13 6 3 6 4

TOMMY EVERIDGE (Sonoma State 2002-04) TEAM (CLASS) Lancaster (ind)

AVG G AB .319 125 501

R 94

ZACK PACE (Sonoma State 2005-06) TEAM (CLASS) Traverse City (ind)

AVG .250

G AB 83 292

R 53

HR 28

RBI BB SB 94 52 1

HR 1

RBI BB SB 22 51 12

ALBERTO ROLON (Sonoma State 2006, 09) TEAM (CLASS) St. Paul (ind)

W-L ERA 10-4 4.41

G 26

GS 15

SV IP BB SO 0 112.1 51 76

KENNY ARNERICH (Sonoma State 2011) TEAM (CLASS) River City (ind)

W-L ERA 0-1 4.74

G 6

GS 1

NICK NOSTI (Sonoma State 2007-08) TEAM (CLASS) Rovigo (Italy)

AVG .417

G AB 35 127

R 56

SV 1

IP BB SO 19.0 6 12

HR 8

RBI BB SB 24 25 25

DANIEL BARONE

MLB Debut: Aug. 10, 2007

TOMMY EVERIDGE

MLB Debut: July 28, 2009

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Former Sonoma State baseball players continue to make a difference in their communities both on and off the field. Here is a list of former Cossacks and Seawolves involved in youth and professional sports. NAME

POSITION, ORGANIZATION

NAME

Lloyd Acosta

Assistant Coach, Saint Mary’s (CA)

Ray Green

Head Coach, Greenfield High School

Gregg Adams

Assistant Coach, Sonoma State

Scott Griggs

Assistant Coach, Concord High School

Dave Avila

Pitching Coach, Windsor High School

Matt Guerrero

Head JV Coach, Palma High School

Alex Ball

Head JV Coach, Garces Memorial High School

Vince Herring

Pitching Coach, Monterey Peninsula JC

Doug Bauman

Athletic Trainer, UC San Diego

Oscar Hirschcorn

Head Coach, Fresno Pacific University

Derek Bell

Assistant Coach, Cal State Monterey Bay

Trevor Howell

Assistant Coach, Monterey Peninsula JC

Dekaheh Bomberry

Pitching Coach, Sacramento CC

Bo Jacobsen

Assistant Varsity Coach, Drake HS

Eric Borba

Head Varsity Coach, Orange Lutheran HS

Tim Kechter

Assistant Varsity Coach, La Costa Canyon HS

Mike Braught

Head Varsity Coach, Laytonville High School

Brett Kim

Assistant Coach, Sonoma State

Tom Byrne

Assistant Coach, Casa Grande High School

Bob Leslie (deceased)

Head Varsity Coach, Casa Grande High School

Dan Calcagno

Head Football Coach, Chabot JC

Dan Leslie

Director, Camp for a Cure

Jason Campbell

Vice Principal, Elk Grove Unified School District

Dan Lifvendahl

Head Varsity Coach, Fort Bragg High School

Joe Chutuk

Coach, Vista High School

George Lopata

Assistant Coach, Saugus High School

Matt Collins

Head Football Coach, Hartnell JC

Justin Machado

Head Coach, La Costa Canyon High School

Mark Domenichelli

Head Varsity Coach, Healdsburg High School

Matt Markovich

Athletic Director, College of Marin

Jason Drotar

Assistant Coach, Los Gatos High School

Damien Marshall

Assistant Coach, Contra Costa JC

Dan Fager (deceased)

Head Varsity Coach, Petaluma High School

Paul Maytorena

Head Varsity Coach, Casa Grande High School

Tim Faulkner

Head Coach, Woodside High School

Brian McGee

Head JV Coach, Santa Rosa High School

Lance Fischer

Assistant Coach, Sierra Junior College

Mike Nackord

Assistant Coach, Sonoma State

Mark Fobian

Hitting Instructor, Texas

Chris Newton

Head JV Coach, Palma High School

Matt Fonteno

Assistant Coach, Chico State

2008 WEST REGION CHAMPIONS

Jeff Ogston

POSITION, ORGANIZATION

Head Varsity Coach, Rancho Cotate High School

Scott Ovard

Assistant Coach, Douglas High School

Daniel Phillips

Head Coach, Monterey Peninsula JC

Lou Poloni

Assistant Varsity Coach, Kelseyville High School

Gino Pomilla

Assistant Coach, College of the Canyons

Mark Popadopolous

Associate Athletic Director, Saint Mary’s (CA)

Dan Prentice

Assistant JV Coach, Garces High School

Gabe Raymond

Assistant Varsity Coach, Napa High School

Bobby Reggiani

Assistant Coach, Gavilan JC

Mike Rodriguez

Assistant Coach, UNC-Greensboro

Jose Sandoval

Assistant Coach, Mission JC

Matt Schaffert

JV Basketball Coach, Casa Grande High School

Ryan Souza

Assistant Coach, Concord High School

Mark Stogner

Athletic Director, Woodside Priory

Brian Stream

Assistant Coach, Cal State Monterey Bay

Terry Thompson

Pitching Coach, Occidental College

Brady Thurman

Head Coach, South Torrance High School

Mitch Tucker

Assistant Coach, Middletown High School

Dale Velk

Head Coach, Thompson Middle School

Erik Wagle

Assistant Coach, Cal State Monterey Bay

Jim Wandzilak

Assistant Varsity Coach, San Marin High School

Brett Wedding

Pitching Coach, Vintage High School

Walter White

Head Coach, Cal State Monterey Bay

Nick Wilcox

Assistant Coach, Stevenson High School

Rob Willson

Head Coach, Sierra Junior College

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YEARLY RESULTS 1991

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 29-14-1 NCAC Record: 21-7 at Cal Poly SLO W, 7-4 at CSU Dominguez Hills T, 2-2 at La Verne W, 3-2 at Biola W, 12-6 Chico State W, 6-5 Chico State L, 4-5 Chico State L, 2-4 Pacific L, 7-9 at Cal State Hayward W, 2-1 UC Davis W, 1-0 at UC Davis W, 3-0 at UC Davis W, 4-1 at San Francisco State W, 7-2 San Francisco State W, 7-2 San Francisco State W, 4-1 Willamette W, 15-2 George Fox L, 3-5 George Fox W, 4-2 Cal Poly Pomona L, 0-3 Cal Poly Pomona L, 1-5 Willamette W, 6-3 Willamette W, 8-0 Cal State Stanislaus W, 6-2 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 13-14 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 2-5 Cal State Hayward W, 5-4 at Cal State Hayward W, 13-3 at Cal State Hayward W, 5-4 at UC Davis L, 9-10 UC Davis W, 4-3 UC Davis W, 5-2 at Sacramento State L, 4-12 San Francisco State W, 16-0 at San Francisco State L, 3-5 at San Francisco State W, 3-1 at San Francisco W, 7-3 at Chico State W, 11-2 at Chico State W, 8-5 at Chico State W, 10-3 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 6-0 Cal State Stanislaus W, 2-0 Cal State Stanislaus L, 2-5

at Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward UC Davis at UC Davis at UC Davis at San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State at Chico State at Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward

L, 5-8 L, 5-10 W, 6-2 L, 3-4 W, 4-3 W, 4-2 W, 6-0 W, 5-0 W, 11-7 W, 6-5 L, 7-9 W, 7-3 W, 7-3 W, 6-0 W, 13-1 W, 7-4 W, 12-11 W, 2-1 W, 4-1

NCAA West Regional (San L. Obispo)

vs UC Riverside vs Cal Poly Pomona

L, 2-4 L, 0-4

1992

L, 12-18 L, 2-5

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 32-17-1 NCAC Record: 23-7 Cal State L.A. W, 5-2 Cal State L.A. L, 1-3 at San Diego State W, 6-4 at San Diego State L, 3-4 at San Francisco L, 7-8 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 1-5 at CSU Dominguez Hills T, 1-1 at Biola W, 15-1 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 5-7 Cal State Stanislaus W, 4-0 Cal State Stanislaus W, 2-1 at UC Davis W, 2-1 UC Davis W, 6-5 UC Davis W, 4-3 San Francisco State L, 4-5 at San Francisco State W, 3-0 at San Francisco State W, 3-0 at Chico State L, 4-10 George Fox W, 9-7 George Fox W, 5-2 at Hawaii Pacific L, 2-3 at Hawaii Pacific W, 5-4 at Hawaii Pacific L, 3-5 at Hawaii Pacific W, 4-3 at Hawaii Pacific L, 0-6 Willamette W, 7-4 Willamette W, 4-2 at Nevada-Reno L, 5-6 Cal State Hayward W, 11-2

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W, 7-5 L, 4-5 W, 1-0 W, 6-0 W, 15-5 W, 7-2 W, 4-1 L, 6-8 L, 5-9 L, 3-6 W, 12-6 W, 9-7 W, 8-1 W, 13-1 W, 9-2 W, 16-7 L, 9-22 L, 4-13 L, 1-8 L, 2-7 W, 8-6 W, 9-4

Brian mcgee

NCAA West Regional (Riverside)

at UC Riverside vs Cal Poly SLO

San Francisco State at San Francisco State at San Francisco State Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Hayward at San Francisco at Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward Menlo at UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis at UC Davis San Francisco San Francisco

1993

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 33-21 NCAC Record: 21-14 at Hawaii Hilo W, 10-6 at Hawaii Hilo W, 24-14 at Hawaii Hilo W, 10-7 at Hawaii Hilo W, 7-0 at Hawaii Pacific L, 6-12 at Hawaii Pacific L, 1-6 at Hawaii Pacific W, 5-3 at Hawaii Pacific L, 2-6 Cal Poly Pomona L, 1-6 Cal Poly Pomona W, 8-1 at San Jose State L, 8-10 at San Francisco State W, 9-5 San Francisco State W, 4-3 San Francisco State W, 4-3 at Menlo W, 12-1 at Chico State W, 8-7 at Chico State W, 13-7 at Chico State W, 11-0 Cal State Stanislaus W, 9-4 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 6-7 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 0-1 at Cal State Hayward L, 4-5 Cal State Hayward L, 5-9 Cal State Hayward W, 5-3 George Fox L, 12-14 George Fox L, 3-6 Willamette W, 13-2 UC Davis W, 6-4 at UC Davis L, 5-6 at UC Davis W, 2-0 San Francisco State W, 4-1

1994

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 23-25 NCAC Record: 14-21 at Hawaii Hilo L, 0-6 at Hawaii Hilo W, 7-3 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 3-8 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 17-4 at Cal State L.A. W, 14-12 at Cal State L.A. L, 6-12 San Francisco W, 12-1 Concordia (CA) W, 14-3 at San Francisco W, 10-9 Chico State W, 5-3 Chico State L, 3-7 Chico State L, 1-5 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 2-4 Cal State Stanislaus W, 6-2 Cal State Stanislaus L, 3-5 George Fox W, 6-2 George Fox L, 3-5 Cal State Hayward W, 6-1 at Cal State Hayward W, 6-3 at Cal State Hayward W, 5-1 The Master’s College W, 10-2 The Master’s College W, 6-1 at UC Davis L, 1-6 at UC Davis L, 2-8 at UC Davis L, 5-6 San Francisco State L, 9-11 at San Francisco State W, 9-6 at San Francisco State W, 5-4 at Chico State W, 8-5 at Chico State L, 1-9 at Chico State L, 2-6

at Chico State Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward UC Davis UC Davis at UC Davis at UC Davis at San Francisco State at San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State

L, 3-6 L, 3-4 L, 2-4 L, 3-8 L, 0-4 W, 9-4 L, 1-10 L, 3-10 W, 4-2 W, 7-6 L, 4-7 L, 0-4 L, 3-6 W, 5-2 W, 6-0 L, 1-2 W, 4-2

1995

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 25-28 NCAC Record: 17-18 at San Francisco L, 4-11 at Pacific L, 3-8 at Cal State L.A. W, 7-1 at Pomona-Pitzer W, 16-13 at Biola L, 2-4 at Hawaii Pacific W, 9-8 at Hawaii Pacific % L, 6-7 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-5 at Hawaii Pacific W, 7-5 at Hawaii Hilo L, 2-4 at Hawaii Hilo L, 6-8 at Hawaii Hilo W, 5-4 at Hawaii Hilo L, 3-7 at Hawaii Hilo W, 9-4 at Chico State W, 5-3 at Chico State W, 3-1 at Chico State W, 6-1 at UC Davis W, 6-1 Lewis and Clark L, 0-1 Lewis and Clark L, 3-4 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 9-4 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 9-5 Cal State Stanislaus L, 2-3 Cal State Hayward W, 14-7 at UC Davis L, 2-3 UC Davis W, 7-4 UC Davis W, 9-1 Menlo W, 9-4 Cal State Hayward L, 5-6 at Cal State Hayward W, 10-2 at Cal State Hayward L, 10-12 at Cak State Stanislaus W, 18-17 Chico State W, 9-3 Chico State L, 2-3 Chico State L, 2-10 at Menlo W, 7-3 San Francisco State L, 4-11 San Francisco State L, 2-10 San Francisco State W, 15-1 at San Francisco State W, 4-1 at San Francisco State L, 0-5 Chico State L, 2-3 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 6-10 Cal State Stanislaus L, 5-8 Cal State Stanislaus L, 0-2 UC Davis L, 1-3 at UC Davis W, 8-4 at UC Davis L, 4-5 at San Francisco State L, 1-4 at San Francisco State L, 5-6 at Cal State Hayward W, 5-4 Cal State Hayward L, 4-11 Cal State Hayward W, 11-2 % game forfeited by Hawaii Pacific

1996

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 30-26-1 NCAC Record: 16-19 at Hawaii Pacific W, 19-11 at Hawaii Pacific W, 10-5

at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii Hilo at Cal State L.A. at The Master’s College at The Master’s College at Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly Pomona Patten San Francisco State at San Francisco State at San Francisco State UC Davis at Cal State Hayward at Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus UC Davis at UC Davis at UC Davis Willamette Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona at Menlo Patten Patten Patten San Francisco State at Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward at Chico State at Chico State at Chico State at San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus at Chico State at UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward Chico State Chico State Chico State

1997

W, 6-1 L, 5-6 W, 8-1 L, 4-6 L, 3-8 W, 8-0 W, 21-7 L, 4-8 W, 14-5 T, 4-4 L, 3-8 W, 9-1 W, 9-5 L, 4-5 W, 9-1 L, 1-3 L, 5-11 L, 3-5 W, 6-4 W, 8-4 W, 4-1 W, 7-6 L, 12-16 L, 2-11 W, 7-6 W, 5-4 W, 9-1 L, 3-8 W, 8-7 L, 3-9 W, 5-4 L, 3-7 L, 4-5 W, 8-5 W, 8-2 W, 8-6 L, 1-4 L, 0-5 L, 1-10 W, 7-2 L, 2-3 W, 10-3 W, 7-6 W, 7-2 L, 7-8 W, 3-2 L, 3-5 L, 2-6 W, 8-1 W, 6-5 L, 2-9 L, 2-5 L, 7-10 L, 5-6 W, 3-2

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 37-20 NCAC Record: 25-10 at Hawaii Hilo L, 7-11 at Hawaii Hilo W, 8-3 at Hawaii Hilo W, 10-4 at Hawaii Pacific L, 3-6 at Hawaii Pacific W, 7-5 at Hawaii Pacific W, 9-1 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-13 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-10 at Cal State L.A. W, 2-1 at Loyola Marymount L, 6-7 at Biola W, 12-7 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 6-8 Petten W, 11-10 Menlo W, 11-5 Menlo W, 8-3 at Cal State Hayward W, 18-9 Cal State Hayward W, 6-1 Cal State Hayward W, 6-0 San Francisco State W, 7-1 at San Francisco State W, 4-3 at San Francisco State W, 5-2 at San Francisco L, 13-24 Chico State L, 3-7


YEARLY RESULTS Chico State Chico State Concordia (CA) Concordia (CA) Western Oregon Western Oregon Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona UC Davis at UC Davis at UC Davis Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward at San Francisco State at San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State Chico State at Chico State at Chico State at Chico State at UC Davis at UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus

L, 1-6 L, 2-3 L, 5-12 W, 7-3 L, 8-11 L, 5-8 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 L, 6-8 W, 6-4 W, 1-0 W, 5-4 W, 20-10 W, 6-5 W, 7-5 W, 3-2 W, 15-1 W, 7-4 W, 9-2 W, 8-6 W, 5-1 L, 3-5 W, 8-4 L, 9-11 L, 5-9 L, 1-3 L, 2-5 L, 4-9 W, 6-5 W, 19-4 W, 6-5 W, 10-6 W, 8-7

Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward

W, 7-4 W, 7-1 W, 13-3 W, 10-1 W 15-0

NCAA West Regional (Chico)

vs Fort Hays State at Chico State vs Fort Hays State at Chico State

W, 6-5 L, 1-7 W, 5-4 L, 6-13

1999

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 40-26 CCAA Record: 21-15 at Hawaii Hilo W, 10-5 at Hawaii Hilo W, 3-1 at Hawaii Hilo W, 5-3 at Hawaii Hilo L, 4-5 at Hawaii Hilo L, 5-6 at Hawaii Hilo L, 1-8 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-6 at Hawaii Pacific W, 6-1 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-5 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-6

UC Davis Chico State Chico State at Chico State at Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward Cal State Hayward at Chico State at CSU Dominguez Hills at CSU Dominguez Hills at CSU Dominguez Hills at CSU Dominguez Hills CSU San Bernardino CSU San Bernardino CSU San Bernardino CSU San Bernardino

L, 11-16 W, 9-8 L, 2-4 L, 11-16 W, 9-4 W, 16-10 W, 13-4 L, 3-5 W, 9-6 W, 9-7 L, 2-3 W, 9-5 W, 17-1 W, 6-2 L, 2-3 L, 1-10

CCAA Championship (Chico)

vs UC Riverside at Chico State at Chico State at Chico State

W, 7-4 W, 13-4 L, 9-12 W, 13-8

NCAA West Regional (Chico)

at Chico State vs Fort Hays State vs Mesa State at Chico State

L, 4-12 W, 15-3 W, 17-13 L, 4-12

W, 11-7 L, 0-2 L, 7-8 W, 19-4 W, 2-1 W, 7-0 W, 8-2 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 W, 11-10 W, 14-8 L, 6-8 W, 5-2 L, 4-8 L, 6-7 L, 2-6 L, 0-3 W, 8-4 W, 15-4 W, 11-4 W, 8-3 W, 7-3 W, 14-6 W, 2-1 W, 13-9 W, 14-11 W, 17-9 W, 19-12 L, 2-6 L, 1-7 L, 7-12 L, 4-5 L, 2-9

CCAA Championship (Chico)

vs Grand Canyon at Chico State

1998

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 33-21 NCAC Record: 23-12 at Hawaii Pacific W, 9-3 at Hawaii Pacific L, 1-12 at Hawaii Pacific W, 5-3 at Hawaii Pacific L, 2-16 at Hawaii Hilo W, 3-2 at Hawaii Hilo L, 8-9 at Hawaii Hilo W, 8-0 at Hawaii Hilo W, 10-4 at UC Riverside L, 4-5 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 1-5 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 6-7 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 8-11 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 2-0 at San Francisco State W, 13-3 at San Francisco State L, 3-4 at Chico State L, 6-10 at Chico State L, 3-8 Chico State W, 10-2 Chico State L, 4-7 at UC Davis W, 13-9 UC Davis L, 2-4 UC Davis W, 6-2 Metro State W, 11-7 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 32-9 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 3-6 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 10-4 at San Francisco W, 12-6 at Cal State Hayward L, 10-12 at Cal State Hayward W, 1-0 at Cal State Hayward W, 5-2 at San Francisco State W, 11-8 San Francisco State L, 2-4 San Francisco State W, 5-4 San Francisco State W, 3-2 San Francisco State W, 4-3 Chico State W, 8-6 Chico State L, 1-5 at Chico State W, 11-8 UC Davis W, 9-7 at UC Davis L, 6-12 at UC Davis L, 7-10 UC Davis W, 8-7 Cal State Stanislaus W, 7-6 Cal State Stanislaus W, 11-2 Cal State Stanislaus L, 4-11

at San Francisco State at San Francisco State Metro State at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis at UC Davis at UC Davis Hawaii Pacific at Chico State at Chico State Chico State Chico State Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward UC Davis CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at UC Davis at UC Riverside at UC Riverside at UC Riverside at UC Riverside

L, 2-3 L, 4-8

2001

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 50-17 CCAA Record: 29-7

FEH LENTINI at Hawaii Pacific at San Francisco State San Francisco State at Chico State Cal State Stanislaus Hawaii Pacific at San Francisco Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. at Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal Poly Pomona at San Francisco State Savannah Coll. of A&D Savannah Coll. of A&D at San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at UC Davis at UC Davis UC Davis

L, 1-14 W, 12-1 W, 13-0 W, 5-4 W, 14-9 W, 5-3 L, 9-18 W, 11-0 W, 4-3 L, 0-4 W, 7-0 W, 19-7 L, 1-8 L, 4-8 L, 3-6 L, 7-8 L, 6-7 W, 6-3 W, 3-2 W, 14-5 W, 11-3 W, 6-5 W, 10-3 W, 10-0 W, 5-1 W, 6-4 W, 9-3 W, 12-10 W, 11-5 L, 2-3 L, 3-8 W, 11-10

2000

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 39-23 CCAA Record: 25-15 at Hawaii Hilo L, 0-4 at Hawaii Hilo L, 1-7 at Hawaii Pacific W, 10-2 at Hawaii Pacific W, 15-12 at Hawaii Pacific W, 8-5 at Hawaii Pacific L, 10-17 at Hawaii Pacific W, 11-10 California Christian W, 12-0 California Christian W, 3-2 at San Francisco L, 0-7 San Francisco State W, 8-4 Savannah Coll. of A&D W, 13-0 Savannah Coll. of A&D W, 7-0 at Cal State L.A. W, 2-0 at Cal State L.A. W, 11-3 at Cal State L.A. W, 5-4 at Cal State L.A. W, 5-4 at Grand Canyon L, 6-9 at Grand Canyon W, 9-7 at Grand Canyon L, 3-14 at Grand Canyon L, 7-10 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 11-8 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 3-5 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 4-8 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 5-2 San Francisco State W, 8-6 San Francisco State W, 9-1

at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Cal State Hayward at San Francisco State Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Vanguard at San Francisco State at San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State Augustana College Augustana College at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus at UC Davis at UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis Chico State Chico State at Chico State at Chico State Hawaii Pacific Hawaii Pacific Cal Baptist Cal Baptist

W, 9-8 L, 5-15 W, 12-7 W, 7-1 W, 9-8 L, 3-6 L, 9-11 L, 7-10 W, 10-6 W, 17-2 W, 11-9 W, 14-7 W, 5-4 L, 6-9 W, 5-4 L, 3-5 W, 14-2 W, 10-2 L, 8-11 W, 15-4 W, 11-4 W, 8-5 L, 3-4 W, 19-0 W, 13-4 W, 14-5 W, 5-3 W, 7-0 W, 11-5 L, 3-6 W, 24-8 W, 4-2 W, 11-1 W, 5-2 W, 2-0 W, 6-2 L, 0-1 W, 12-1 W, 10-1 L, 7-10 W, 9-8

Biola Biola at UC Davis at CS Dominguez Hills at CS Dominguez Hills at CS Dominguez Hills at CS Dominguez Hills UC Davis CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego

W, 5-3 L, 0-3 W, 12-5 W, 5-4 L, 2-4 W, 14-5 W, 4-1 W, 7-5 L, 4-7 W, 2-0 W, 4-2 W, 7-3 W, 15-2 W, 5-4 W, 3-1 W, 13-5

CCAA Championship (Chico)

vs Cal Poly Pomona vs Chico State vs Cal Poly Pomona vs CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino

L, 12-13 W, 17-5 W, 12-3 W, 10-3 W, 10-3

NCAA West Regional (San Antonio)

vs New Mex. Highlands at St. Mary’s (TX) vs New Mex. Highlands at St. Mary’s (TX) at St. Mary’s (TX)

W, 8-1 L, 6-10 W, 6-5 W, 10-6 L, 6-10

2002

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 41-24 CCAA Record: 20-20 Cal State Hayward W, 4-2 at Hawaii Hilo W, 5-3 at Hawaii Hilo W, 4-3 at Hawaii Hilo W, 2-0 at Hawaii Hilo W, 10-0 at Hawaii Pacific W, 9-6 at Hawaii Pacific L, 7-9 at Hawaii Pacific W, 23-3 at Hawaii Pacific W, 6-3 at Hawaii Pacific W, 11-7 at Hawaii Pacific L, 6-9 at Hawaii Pacific L, 5-17 at Hawaii Pacific W, 3-0 St. Martin’s College W, 8-0 St. Martin’s College W, 11-0 St. Martin’s College W, 10-2 Bethany College W, 9-0 at San Francisco W, 10-5 at La Verne W, 7-3 at Biola W, 13-5 San Francisco State W, 14-1 San Francisco State W, 5-2 at San Francisco State L, 5-6 at San Francisco State W, 15-1 at Chico State L, 11-18 at Chico State L, 7-13 Chico State L, 1-4 Chico State L, 3-5 Concordia (CA) W, 9-3 Concordia (CA) W, 7-1 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 4-3 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 6-0 Cal State Stanislaus W, 10-3 Cal State Stanislaus W, 6-2 UC Davis W, 6-5 UC Davis L, 2-5 at UC Davis L, 3-7 at UC Davis L, 5-9 Cal Poly Pomona W, 2-1 Cal Poly Pomona L, 2-3 Cal Poly Pomona L, 5-9 Cal Poly Pomona W, 3-1 Biola L, 2-7 Biola W, 7-2 San Francisco State W, 8-7 at UC San Diego W, 15-13 at UC San Diego L, 1-6 at UC San Diego L, 1-15 at UC San Diego W, 7-2 at CSU San Bernardino W, 5-4

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YEARLY RESULTS at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Grand Canyon

L, 1-7 L, 1-8 L, 3-9 W, 17-12 W, 2-1 W, 5-2 W, 2-1 L, 9-11 L, 8-10 W, 17-1 W, 4-1 W, 10-6 L, 3-4 L, 0-3 L, 4-8

2003

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 46-15-1 CCAA Record: 27-11 at Biola W, 8-2 at Biola W, 4-0 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 4-1 at San Francisco State T 10-10 at Hawaii Pacific W, 15-6 at Hawaii Pacific W, 9-2 at Hawaii Pacific W, 8-5 at Hawaii Pacific W, 11-3 at Hawaii Pacific L, 1-2 at Hawaii Pacific W, 6-1 at San Francisco L, 8-9 at UC Davis W, 7-1 UC Davis L, 1-3 UC Davis W, 5-2 at UC Davis L, 4-9 Chico State W, 12-1 Chico State W, 7-1 at Chico State L, 2-3 at Chico State W, 8-0 Cal Baptist W, 2-1 Cal Baptist W, 5-4 at San Francisco State W, 6-2 San Francisco State W, 5-4 San Francisco State W, 6-0 at San Francisco State W, 4-3 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 6-0 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 10-12 Cal State Stanislaus W, 4-2 Cal State Stanislaus W, 3-2 Vanguard W, 5-2 Vanguard W, 5-3 UC San Diego L, 6-9 UC San Diego L, 1-7 UC San Diego L, 2-5 UC San Diego W, 2-1 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 3-6 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 11-8 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 6-4 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 5-9 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 5-12 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 7-1 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 8-4 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 13-1 CSU San Bernardino W, 5-4 CSU San Bernardino W, 7-3 CS San Bernardino W, 3-0 CSU San Bernardino W, 14-10 Biola W, 1-0 at Grand Canyon W, 8-4 at Grand Canyon W, 15-8 at Grand Canyon W, 5-2 at Grand Canyon W, 10-3 Cal State L.A. W, 9-2 Cal State L.A. L, 3-5 CCAA Championship (Chico)

vs Cal State Stanislaus vs UC Davis vs Chico State

W, 2-1 W, 17-4 W, 4-3

NCAA West Regional (Hays, KS)

vs UC Davis vs Western Oregon at Fort Hays State vs UC Davis

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L, 8-12 W 10-4 W 4-3 L, 0-5

2004

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 39-28 CCAA Record: 25-15 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 13-4 at Hawaii Pacific W, 14-10 at Hawaii Pacific W, 9-2 at Hawaii Pacific L, 8-9 at Hawaii Pacific W, 17-3 at Hawaii Pacific W, 5-3 at Hawaii Pacific L, 9-11 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 18-3 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 10-9 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 8-4 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 13-0 at Chico State L, 12-15

UC Davis at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino

W, 12-6 W, 9-5 L, 16-19 W, 9-3 W, 10-3

CCAA Championship (San Bern.)

vs UC San Diego at CSU San Bernardino vs UC San Diego vs Chico State

L, 2-6 W, 8-5 W, 6-2 L, 7-8

CCAA Championship (Pueblo, CO)

at Colorado State-Pueblo vs Mesa State at Colorado State-Pueblo vs Chico State

L, 13-3 W, 4-2 W, 6-5 L, 1-4

at Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. Cal State East Bay CSU San Bernardino CSU San Bernardino CSU San Bernardino CSU San Bernardino UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego San Francisco State at San Francisco State at San Francisco State

2006

BRANDON BURGESS at Chico State at UC Davis at UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis Western Oregon Western Oregon Western Oregon Western Oregon Western Oregon Biola Biola at Cal State Hayward Chico State Chico State Cal State Stanislaus San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State San Francisco State at UC San Diego at UC San Diego at UC San Diego at UC San Diego Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at San Francisco Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona San Francisco State Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Grand Canyon

L, 10-13 L, 7-8 L, 5-9 L, 2-4 L, 1-2 L, 3-4 W, 4-1 W, 5-3 L, 0-2 W, 4-2 L, 5-6 L, 1-4 L, 4-7 W, 9-4 L, 3-4 L, 3-5 W, 7-1 W, 4-1 W, 7-2 W, 14-2 L, 8-9 L, 4-9 L, 0-14 W, 11-4 W, 8-7 W, 3-2 W, 15-11 W, 4-1 W, 12-8 W, 4-2 W, 18-15 W, 6-5 L, 2-9 L, 4-5 L, 2-4 W, 6-0 W, 8-0 W, 4-2 W, 14-4 W, 9-0 L, 7-8 L, 3-6

2005

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 25-30 CCAA Record: 19-19 at San Francisco State W, 5-0 San Francisco State W, 10-9 San Francisco State W, 4-1 at UC Davis L, 4-8 Cal State Stanislaus W, 6-5 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 6-9 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 8-11 at Hawaii Pacific L, 2-3 at Hawaii Pacific W, 2-1 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-5 at Hawaii Pacific W, 2-1 at Hawaii Pacific L, 1-2 at Hawaii Pacific W, 3-1 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 7-12 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 9-3 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 18-1 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 11-10 at Chico State L, 4-8 at Chico State L, 3-6 at Chico State L, 3-4 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 0-11 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 6-7 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 0-5 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 7-2 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 9-1 Chico State L, 3-5 Chico State L, 2-6 Chico State W, 1-0 Biola W, 3-2 Biola W, 7-4 Biola L, 4-5 Biola L, 6-7 Cal State Stanislaus L, 3-5 Cal State Stanislaus W, 8-3 at Grand Canyon L, 3-7 at Grand Canyon L, 5-7 at Grand Canyon L, 4-6

W, 11-4 L, 5-10 L, 2-6 W, 3-2 W, 5-1 L, 5-6 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 L, 1-6 W, 13-12 W, 8-6 W, 7-4 L, 3-7 W, 1-0 L, 1-7 W, 5-4 L, 5-7 L, 5-6

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 28-23-1 CCAA Record: 17-15 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 9-5 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 12-3 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 12-3 at Cal State East Bay W, 13-10 vs New Mexico Highlands W, 9-0 at Grand Canyon W, 10-9 at Grand Canyon L, 11-14 San Francisco State L, 5-6 Western Oregon L, 0-8 Western Oregon W, 7-6 Western Oregon L, 2-4 Western Oregon W, 7-3 Cal Poly Pomona W, 7-6 Cal Poly Pomona L, 3-6 Cal Poly Pomona L, 0-1 Cal Poly Pomona L, 7-12 at UC San Diego L, 1-2 at UC San Diego W, 13-10 at UC San Diego W, 3-2 at UC San Diego L, 7-11 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 8-1 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 12-1 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 13-7 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 10-4 at CSU San Bernardino W, 13-3 at CSU San Bernardino W, 13-4 at CSU San Bernardino L, 2-3 at CSU San Bernardino W, 10-8 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 10-5 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 5-14 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 5-4 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 4-5 Cal State East Bay W, 6-5 Biola L, 6-7 Biola L, 2-13 San Francisco State T, 6-6 at Chico State W, 7-5 at Chico State L, 1-5 at Chico State W, 12-9 at Chico State L, 0-2 San Francisco State W, 8-7 San Francisco State L, 2-3 at Cal State L.A. L, 9-10 at Cal State L.A. L, 5-6 at Cal State L.A. W, 9-7 at Cal State L.A. L, 6-11 at San Francisco State W, 9-1 at San Francisco State L, 5-6 San Francisco State L, 6-8 at San Francisco State L, 5-12 at San Francisco State W, 6-4 San Francisco State W, 3-1

2007

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 50-12 CCAA Record: 29-7 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 6-1 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 11-2 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 4-3 San Francisco State W, 11-8 at Grand Canyon L, 1-4 at Grand Canyon L, 7-9 at Grand Canyon W, 4-0 at Grand Canyon L, 5-15 Cal State Stanislaus W, 16-2 Cal State Stanislaus W, 2-0 Cal State Stanislaus W, 5-4 Cal State Stanislaus W, 7-2 UC San Diego W, 4-2 UC San Diego W, 6-1 UC San Diego L, 3-5 UC San Diego W, 2-0 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 16-5 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 2-4 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 6-1 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 17-5 at San Francisco State W, 9-7 Grand Canyon W, 2-1 Grand Canyon W, 3-2 Grand Canyon W, 5-2 Grand Canyon W, 4-1 at San Francisco State W, 5-3 San Francisco State W, 7-0 San Francisco State W, 1-0 at San Francisco State W, 5-3 Hawaii Pacific W, 14-3 Hawaii Pacific W, 4-2 Hawaii Pacific W, 15-1 Hawaii Pacific W, 10-1 Hawaii Pacific W, 3-1 Cal State East Bay W, 12-4 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 15-3 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 5-4 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 8-6 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 5-4 San Francisco State W, 3-0 CSU San Bernardino L, 3-4 CSU San Bernardino W, 16-1 CSU San Bernardino W, 13-9 CSU San Bernardino W, 12-3 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 10-1 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 11-0 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 18-7 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 6-8 Cal State L.A. W, 6-2 Cal State L.A. W, 5-3 Cal State L.A. W, 4-1 Cal State L.A. L, 2-3 Chico State W, 5-1 Chico State L, 14-16 at Chico State L, 0-3 at Chico State W, 4-1 CCAA Championship (Los Angeles)

vs UC San Diego vs Chico State vs UC San Diego

W, 7-6 W, 7-1 W, 15-5

vs Nebraska-Kearney vs UC San Diego at Cal State L.A.

L, 7-8 W, 10-3 L, 1-4

NCAA West Regional (Los Angeles)


YEARLY RESULTS 2008

CCAA Championship (Chico)

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 52-15 CCAA Record: 26-8 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 7-1 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 12-2 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 2-1 San Francisco State W, 22-0 San Francisco State W, 6-3 Patten W, 17-0 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 3-4 Cal State Stanislaus W, 13-4 Cal State Stanislaus W, 1-0 at San Francisco State W, 20-6 College of Idaho W, 8-5 College of Idaho W, 14-1

vs Cal State Stanislaus at Chico State vs Cal State Stanislaus at Chico State at Chico State

W, 5-1 L, 0-4 W, 13-11 W, 4-3 W, 7-4

vs Nebraska-Kearney vs Cal State Stanislaus at Chico State at Chico State

W, 15-2 W, 10-4 W, 13-2 W, 11-4

vs Shippensburg vs Central Missouri vs Ouachita Baptist vs Ouachita Baptist

W, 10-1 W, 6-5 L, 1-2 L, 1-2

NCAA West Regional (Chico)

NCAA Div. II Champ. (Sauget, IL)

2011

Chico State W, 5-3 Chico State W, 11-10 Head Coach: John Goelz CSU San Bernardino W, 5-2 Overall Record: 37-22 CSU San Bernardino W, 7-4 CCAA Record: 24-16 CSU San Bernardino W, 4-1 W, 10-9 CSU San Bernardino W, 1-0 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 11-4 at Cal State East Bay L, 0-1 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 9-4 Cal State L.A. Cal State Monterey Bay Biola W, 1-0 CCAA Championship (Palm Springs) W, 6-5 vs Cal State L.A. W, 4-0 Biola W, 9-7 vs UC San Diego L, 1-16 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 9-2 vs Cal State L.A. W, 10-9 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 13-6 vs UC San Diego L, 7-8 at CSU Dominguez Hills at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 10-5 NCAA West Regional (Keizer, OR) W, 8-3 at Western Oregon L, 1-3 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 3-2 vs Cal State Dominguez Hills W, 7-6 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 0-3 at Western Oregon W, 3-2 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 5-8 vs UC San Diego W, 4-3 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 3-2 vs UC San Diego L, 4-12 Cal State L.A. Cal State L.A. W, 5-0 Cal State L.A. W, 3-2 Cal State L.A. L, 4-8 at Cal State Monterey Bay L, 3-5 Head Coach: John Goelz at Cal State Monterey Bay L, 3-4 Overall Record: 24-28 at Cal State Monterey Bay L, 1-2 CCAA Record: 17-23 W, 4-2 San Francisco State W, 3-1 Hillsdale W, 9-2 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 8-7 Hillsdale W, 3-1 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 16-5 Cal State East Bay W, 6-3 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 14-6 Cal State East Bay L, 9-10 at Cal State Monterey Bay L, 1-2 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 2-1 Western Oregon W, 8-7 Cal State Stanislaus W, 4-1 Western Oregon L, 3-4 Cal State Stanislaus W, 16-5 Western Oregon L, 0-5 Cal State Stanislaus W, 5-1 at CSU San Bernardino L, 5-6 UC San Diego L, 3-5 at CSU San Bernardino L, 11-14 UC San Diego L, 7-9 at CSU San Bernardino W, 9-5 UC San Diego L, 6-8 at CSU San Bernardino L, 6-8 UC San Diego W, 7-6 at San Francisco State W, 13-3 at Cal State East Bay L, 3-5 CSU Dominguez Hills L, 3-6 at Cal State East Bay W, 7-3 CSU Dominguez Hills W, 4-1 at San Francisco State W, 6-4 CSU Dominguez Hills L, 0-9 San Francisco State W, 5-0 CSU Dominguez Hills L, 10-13 San Francisco State L, 4-5 Cal State Stanislaus W, 11-4 at San Francisco State W, 4-3 at UC San Diego L, 2-10 Patten W, 11-8 at UC San Diego L, 7-9 Patten L, 2-4 at UC San Diego L, 3-4 Patten L, 3-4 at UC San Diego L, 3-12 CSU San Bernardino L, 2-3 at Nevada L, 3-10 CSU San Bernardino W, 7-3 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 8-7 CSU San Bernardino L, 3-7 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 15-1 CSU San Bernardino W, 12-5 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 6-2 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 7-1 Cal State Monterey Bay L, 13-14 Chico State W, 7-6 San Francisco State L, 1-10 Chico State W, 12-2 Cal State East Bay W, 5-3 at Chico State L, 4-9 Cal State East Bay W, 7-2 at Chico State CCAA Championship (Stockton) at Cal State East Bay L, 10-11 L, 9-22 at Cal State East Bay W, 9-8 vs Chico State L, 4-11 at Chico State L, 1-6 vs Cal Poly Pomona NCAA West Regional (La Jolla) at Chico State L, 5-11 W, 4-0 Chico State W, 2-0 at UC San Diego W, 10-2 Chico State L, 2-3 vs Cal Poly Pomona L, 4-5 San Francisco State W, 12-3 vs Cal Poly Pomona W, 8-5 at San Francisco State L, 2-7 vs Cal Poly Pomona

2010

MATT MEANS Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Monterey Bay at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino at CSU San Bernardino San Francisco State San Francisco State at San Francisco State at San Francisco State Cal State East Bay at Chico State at Chico State Chico State Chico State at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Grand Canyon at UC San Diego at UC San Diego at UC San Diego at UC San Diego Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus Chapman Saint Mary’s (CA) CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Dominguez Hills

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

2009

Head Coach: John Goelz Overall Record: 35-16 CCAA Record: 22-10 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 3-1 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 7-3 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 9-0 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 14-3 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 2-0 San Francisco State W, 14-0 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 32-7 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 2-4 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 5-6 at CSU Dominguez Hills W, 11-8 at CSU Dominguez Hills L, 1-5 at Cal State Stanislaus W, 8-3 at Cal State Stanislaus L, 0-3 UC San Diego W, 2-1 UC San Diego W, 3-2 UC San Diego W, 3-2 UC San Diego L, 2-3 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 14-1 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 8-5 at Cal State Monterey Bay L, 3-6 at Cal State Monterey Bay W, 6-3 San Francisco State W, 5-4 at San Francisco State W, 7-5 at San Francisco State W, 5-1 San Francisco State W, 7-1 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 7-14 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 6-4 at Cal Poly Pomona L, 6-7 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 6-0 San Francisco State L, 8-13 San Francisco State W, 7-0 Cal State Stanislaus W, 10-1 Cal State Stanislaus W, 3-1 at Chico State L, 1-2 at Chico State L, 3-9

at San Francisco State San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. at Cal State L.A. Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona

L, 0-4 W, 8-7 W, 3-1 W, 16-7 L, 6-9 L, 0-5 W, 8-6 W, 20-15 W, 11-3 L, 10-11 L, 5-11 L, 6-7 L, 4-8 W, 13-9

NCAA Div. II Champ. (Cary, NC)

vs Grand Valley State vs West Florida vs So. Connecticut State

W, 7-6 L, 4-5 L, 4-6

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RANKING HISTORY

RANKING HISTORY As a team, the Seawolves are perennially ranked among the top teams in the nation. Below is a list of all of their rankings in the ABCA Coaches Poll since records began in 1999.

1999

Dec. 17............................... 17th May 10................................ 19th May 17................................ 21st June 6................................. 21st

2000

Dec. 17............................... 11th Feb. 14................................. 9th Feb. 21............................... 10th Feb. 28................................. 9th Mar. 6.................................. 10th Mar. 20............................... 12th Mar. 27............................... 11th Apr. 3.................................. 11th Apr. 24................................ 24th May 1.................................. 20th

2001

GARRETT GOOSELAW

Mar. 12............................ t-23rd Mar. 19............................... 21st Mar. 26............................... 15th Apr. 9.................................. 11th Apr. 16................................ 11th Apr. 23................................ 10th Apr. 30................................ 10th May 7.................................... 9th May 14.................................. 9th May 21.................................. 8th June 4................................... 7th

2002

Dec. 20................................. 8th Feb. 11............................... 10th Feb. 25............................... 17th Mar. 11............................... 24th Mar. 18.............................. 22nd

2003

Mar. 3.................................. 19th Mar. 10............................... 18th Mar. 17............................... 17th Mar. 31............................t-22nd Apr. 7..................................23rd Apr. 14................................ 12th Apr. 21.................................. 8th Apr. 28.................................. 6th May 5.................................... 4th May 12.................................. 4th May 19..............................t-11th June 2...............................t-14th

2004

Dec. 19................................. 9th Feb. 16............................... 13th Apr. 12................................ 18th Apr. 19................................23rd Apr. 26................................ 29th May 3.................................. 20th May 10................................ 21st May 17................................ 17th May 31................................ 17th

2005

IAN OCON

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Dec. 27............................... 10th Feb. 7..................................t-7th Feb. 14............................... 20th

2006

Feb. 13............................... 29th Mar. 27............................... 25th Apr. 10................................ 17th

2007

Feb. 5.................................. 29th Feb. 22.............................. 22nd Mar. 5.................................. 20th Mar. 12............................... 18th Mar. 19............................... 14th Mar. 26............................... 11th Apr. 2.................................... 9th Apr. 9.................................... 9th Apr. 16.................................. 9th Apr. 30............................... t-2nd May 7................................... 2nd May 14................................ t-1st

2008

Feb. 25............................... 12th Mar. 3.................................. 10th Mar. 10................................. 5th Mar. 17................................. 4th Mar. 24................................ 2nd Mar. 31................................ 2nd Apr. 7................................. t-2nd Apr. 14............................... t-2nd Apr. 21.................................. 6th Apr. 28.................................. 5th May 5.................................... 6th May 12.................................. 4th May 20................................. 2nd June 9................................... 3rd

2009

Mar. 20.............................t-30th Mar. 9.................................. 18th Mar. 16............................... 29th Mar. 23............................... 15th Mar. 30............................... 15th Apr. 6.................................. 15th Apr. 13................................ 18th Apr. 20................................ 10th Apr. 27................................ 10th May 4.................................. 12th May 11..............................t-11th May 19................................ 11th June 1................................. 13th

2010

Feb. 8.................................. 11th Feb. 15............................... 18th

2011

Feb. 21............................... 18th Feb. 28............................... 15th Mar. 7.................................. 11th Mar. 14................................. 6th Mar. 21............................... 21st Mar. 28............................... 19th Apr. 4................................t-16th Apr. 11................................ 28th Apr. 18............................... 22nd Apr. 25................................ 24th May 9.................................. 27th May 25................................ 11th June 6................................. 11th


THE CCAA The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) has been one of the nation’s most successful intercollegiate athletic conferences since its establishment in December 1938. The 12-member league is home to some of the nation’s finest NCAA Division II athletic programs in Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State East Bay, Cal State L.A., Cal State Monterey Bay, Cal State San Bernardino, Cal State Stanislaus, Chico State, Humboldt State, UC San Diego, San Francisco State and Sonoma State. These institutions compete in seven women’s and six men’s CCAA-sponsored sports. Fall sports include men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. Men’s and women’s basketball are contested in the winter, and women’s tennis, men’s golf, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, softball and baseball comprise spring competition. CCAA members have won 151 NCAA Championships (102 men, 49 women) which is far and away the most of any Division II conference. The CCAA has undergone several changes in conference membership since charter members UC Santa Barbara, Fresno State, San Diego State and San Jose State came together to form the league in 1938. Over the past 68 years, a number of institutions have been members of the CCAA, including Cal State Northridge, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Chapman, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, Pacific, Pepperdine, UC Riverside, UC Davis and Grand Canyon University. CCAA Website: goccaa.org CCAA Office: (925) 472-8299 Commissioner: Robert J. Hiegert Asst. Commissioner/SWA: Carol Rivera Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations: Al Barba Coordinator of Officiating: Dr. Bill White Dir. of Championships/Marketing: Bob Harris

PAST CCAA CHAMPIONS 1939 1940 1941 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara San Diego State Fresno State San Diego State San Diego State Pacific San Jose State Fresno State UC Santa Barbara Fresno State UC Santa Barbara San Diego State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State San Diego State San Diego State Fresno State San Diego State Fresno State Fresno State Cal State L.A. Long Beach State Cal State Northridge Fresno State

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

Fresno State Cal State L.A. (Chapman*) Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge* Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Cal Poly Pomona* UC Riverside* none Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona* Cal State Northridge UC Riverside UC Riverside* Cal Poly Pomona* Chapman (Cal State Northridge*) Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly San Luis Obispo* Cal State Northridge UC Riverside

1991 Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly San Luis Obispo UC Riverside 1992 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo UC Riverside 1993 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 1994 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Cal State Dominguez Hills 1995 UC Riverside 1996 UC Riverside 1997 Cal State L.A. 1998 Cal State L.A. 1999 SONOMA STATE (Chico State*) 2000 Chico State 2001 SONOMA STATE 2002 Cal State San Bernardino 2003 SONOMA STATE 2004 Chico State 2005 UC San Diego 2006 Chico State 2007 SONOMA STATE 2008 SONOMA STATE 2009 UC San Diego 2010 UC San Diego 2011 UC San Diego *NCAA Champion

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Bill Fusco Brandon Bronzan Yvonne Burbank Mike Ogg Nancy Crosat Erin Rock Dr. Duane Dove Tyler Lobe Michael Balasek Willie Lee Julie Miller Nakiesha Brooks-Davis Andrew Simpkins John Goelz Pat Fuscaldo Mark Rigby Mark James Val Verhunce Marcus Ziemer Emiria Salzmann Jennifer Bridges Steve Cunninghame Bear Grassl Coralie Simmons Joaquin Lopez

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Director of Athletics Associate Athletics Director Associate Athletics Director Director of Business Operations Business Operations Analyst Business Operations Specialist Faculty Athletic Representative Sports Information Coordinator Compliance Coordinator Equipment Manager Interim Head Athletic Trainer Athletic Trainer Athletic Trainer Head Baseball Coach Head Men’s Basketball Coach Head Women’s Basketball Coach Head Women’s Cross Country Coach Head Men’s/Women’s Golf Coach Head Men’s Soccer Coach Head Women’s Soccer Coach Head Softball Coach Head Men’s Tennis Coach Head Volleyball Coach Head Women’s Water Polo Coach Head Women’s Tennis Coach

bill.fusco@sonoma.edu brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu yvonne.burbank@sonoma.edu ogg@sonoma.edu nancy.crosat@sonoma.edu rocke@sonoma.edu duane.dove@sonoma.edu lobe@sonoma.edu balasek@sonoma.edu willie.lee@sonoma.edu julie.miller@sonoma.edu nakiesha.davis@sonoma.edu simpkins@sonoma.edu john.goelz@sonoma.edu fuscaldo@sonoma.edu mark.rigby@sonoma.edu jamesma@sonoma.edu val.verhunce@sonoma.edu ziemer@sonoma.edu salzmann@sonoma.edu bridgesj@sonoma.edu steve.cunninghame@sonoma.edu bear.grassl@sonoma.edu coralie.simmons@sonoma.edu lopezjoa@sonoma.edu

Sonoma State University is an NCAA Division II member and part of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) and Western Water Polo Association (WWPA). Ten of SSU’s sports are in the CCAA, water polo is in the WWPA, and men’s and women’s tennis is a Division II independent. Sonoma State athletics got its start in 1964 with the school’s first men’s basketball team. Through the years, the Seawolves have had much success including national championships in 1990 (women’s soccer), 2002 (men’s soccer) and 2009 (men’s golf). MISSION STATEMENT: “The goal of the Sonoma State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is to provide a positive, equitable, and diverse environment for the student-athletes and staff. All athletic staff members are responsible for fostering these priorities via role modeling and mentoring student-athletes while upholding a competitive spirit that stresses amateurism, ethical conduct, good sportsmanship, and rules compliance. Priorities for all student-athletes include: academic excellence, competitive success, and community outreach.”


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2012 Sonoma State Baseball Media Guide  

2012 Sonoma State Baseball Media Guide

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