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cal poly pomona

2014 baseball record book


bronco baseball QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

Location.......................................... Pomona, Calif. Founded.........................................................1938 Enrollment...................................................21,000 Colors........................................... Green and Gold Nickname..................................................Broncos Affiliation...................................... NCAA Division II Conference...... California Collegiate Athletic Assn. Home Field.........................................Kellogg Field Stadium Capacity.......................................... 2,500 President................................. Dr. J. Michael Ortiz V.P. for Student Affairs.................... Dr. Doug Freer Director of Athletics........................Brian Swanson Athletic Department Phone..............909.869.2810 Athletic Department Fax...................909.869.2814

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Year........................................................1960 All-Time Record................... 1,386-1,297-21 (.517) NCAA Championships.................................. Three ................................................ (1976, 1980, 1983) NCAA Appearances........................................Eight .. (1976, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1988, 1993, 2011) CCAA Championships..................................Seven ........ (1976, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1988, 1991)

TABLE OF CONTENTS Head Coach Randy Betten......................................3 Year-by-Year Season Results..................................4 From CPP to Professional Baseball........................5 All-Time Roster.....................................................6-8 All-Conference Honorees...................................9-11 All-Americans........................................................12 Career Records.....................................................13 Hitting and Pitching Records.................................14 Team Records.......................................................15 All-Time Series Results.........................................16 Yearly Leaders..................................................17-20

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach..................................... Randy Betten Alma Mater........Thomas Edison State College, 1998 E-mail............................ rbetten@csupomona.edu Record at CPP/years...............................93-65/4th Overall Record/years...............................93-65/4th Assistant Coach/years........... Bret Lachemann/4th Assistant Coach/years............. Jimmy Ramos/31st Assistant Coach/years.............. Jenzen Torres/2nd Assistant Coach/years....................... Joe Villa/2nd Baseball Office Phone......................909.869.2829 Head Athletic Trainer.................... Ruem Malasarn

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Overall Record ....................................26-24 2013 CCAA Record............................. 18-22 (8th) Starters Returning/Lost.....................................6/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................20/10 Newcomers........................................................10

SPORTS INFORMATION

Assistant A.D., Public Relations.............Ivan Alber SID Phone........................................909.869.2812 SID E-mail........................ialber@csupomona.edu Sports Information Fax.....................909.869.2814

BRONCOS ONLINE

Homepage..................... www.broncoathletics.com Facebook......................facebook.com/cppbroncos Twitter................................ twitter.com/cppbroncos

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Record Book Credits The 2014 Cal Poly Pomona baseball record book is a production of the Broncos’ sports information office. It was written, edited and designed by Ivan Alber.


bronco baseball 2011 CAL POLY POMONA MEN’S SOCCER RECORD BOOK

RANDY BETTEN Head Coach Fourth Season Randy Betten, the fifth head coach in the 52-year history of the Cal Poly Pomona baseball program, enters his fourth season with the Broncos in 2014. Through Betten’s first three years at CPP, he’s guided the Broncos to an overall record of 93-65. In that span, he’s also coached AllAmericans and Major League Baseball draftees Travis Taijeron and Geoff Broussard. In 2012, the program went 31-18 for CPP’s highest winning percentage (.633) since 1983. After being announced as head coach on Jan. 4, 2011, Betten led the Broncos to an overall record of 36-23 in his first season in 2011. With Betten’s guidance, CPP posted winning percentages of .600+ in back-to-back seasons in 2011 and 2012 for the first time since 1979 and 1980. The 36 victories in 2011 stands as the largest win total for the program since 1985. After guiding CPP to the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Tournament Championship contest and the West Region title game, Betten earned National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Co-Coach of the Year honors along with UC San Diego’s Dan O’Brien. The impressive 2011 season under Betten marked the first time that CPP had reached the CCAA Tournament since 2005 and the first time the Broncos advanced to the NCAA D-II postseason since 1993. Prior to joining the Broncos, Betten served as an assistant at UC Riverside for the previous six seasons. During the hiring process at

CPP, he proved himself as a dynamic leader and a rising talent in the coaching community. After joining the UCR staff in September 2004, Betten helped guide the Highlanders to the Big West Conference title in 2007 as the squad was ranked as high as 13th in the nation during the year. That championship marked the first time in 20 years that a Division I program in the UC system won its conference championship outright. Before becoming part of the UCR program, Betten served as an assistant for Cal Baptist in 2004, when the Lancers overcame a slow start to post a 30-22 record and finished as runners-up in the Region II Tournament. Prior to his time with the Lancers, Betten served as an assistant on the staff at Riverside Community College from 1996 to 2003. He was the head assistant when the Tigers won three straight California Community College state championships from 2000 to 2002. Throughout his coaching career, Betten has had 40 position players either drafted or signed to professional contracts. Betten played professionally for six years after being taken in the 26th round by the California Angels in the 1995 draft. He reached as high as the AAA level with the Angels’ teams in Vancouver and Edmonton in 1998 and 1999. He began his coaching career in 2000 with the Angels Midwest League affiliate, Cedar Rapids. A graduate of New Life Christian High School in Highland, Calif., Betten began his college career at RCC, earning All-American, AllSouthern California and All-Orange Empire Conference honors for Coach Rogers in 1992 and 1993. He then earned a scholarship to Arizona State. Playing for Coach Jim Brock, Betten was part of a team that finished third in the 1994 College World Series. In 1995, Betten earned All-Pacific 10 Conference first team honors. He also served as a team captain. Betten earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Thomas Edison State College in 1998. He also earned a master’s degree in physical education from Azusa Pacific in 2002. Betten’s hobbies include playing golf and cooking. He and his wife, Amy, have three young children, Beau, Cody and Grace, and reside in Riverside.

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bronco baseball Year-by-Year Results in 53 Seasons of Broncos’ Program Year Head Coach W-L Pct. Conf W-L Pct. 1960 B. Anooshian 26-9-1 .743 Independent 1961 B. Anooshian 24-11 .686 Independent 1962 John Scolinos 20-17 .541 Independent 1963 John Scolinos 27-10 .730 Independent 1964 John Scolinos 25-14 .641 Independent 1965 John Scolinos 23-11-1 .670 Independent 1966 John Scolinos 26-14 .650 Independent 1967 John Scolinos 21-19 .525 CCAA 8-10 .444 1968 John Scolinos 27-18-1 .589 CCAA 14-6-1 .700 1969 John Scolinos 26-21 .553 CCAA 9-9 .500 1970 John Scolinos 31-24 .564 CCAA 15-9 .625 1971 John Scolinos 24-33-1 .421 CCAA 9-13-1 .409 1972 John Scolinos 31-23-1 .574 CCAA 14-10 .583 1973 John Scolinos 27-26 .509 CCAA 14-9 .608 1974 John Scolinos 24-26 .480 CCAA 9-13 .429 1975 John Scolinos 18-29-1 .385 CCAA 7-9 .438 1976 John Scolinos 40-27-1 .596 CCAA 11-7 .611 1977 John Scolinos 14-29 .326 SCBA 6-18 .250 1978 John Scolinos 18-35-2 .340 SCBA 12-15-1 .444 1979 John Scolinos 43-26-1 .623 CCAA 16-8 .667 1980 John Scolinos 42-25- .627 CCAA 20-10 .667 1981 John Scolinos 27-26-2 .509 CCAA 16-14 .533 1982 John Scolinos 24-29-1 .453 CCAA 10-17 .370 1983 John Scolinos 41-22 .651 CCAA 21-8 .724 1984 John Scolinos 24-32 .429 CCAA 13-17 .433 1985 John Scolinos 39-29-1 .574 CCAA 23-7 .767 1986 John Scolinos 24-28 .462 CCAA 18-12 .600 1987 John Scolinos 31-29 .517 CCAA 16-14 .533 1988 John Scolinos 32-25 .561 CCAA 19-11 .633 1989 John Scolinos 24-28 .462 CCAA 17-13 .567 1990 John Scolinos 18-36 .333 CCAA 10-20 .333 1991 John Scolinos 27-26 .509 CCAA 18-12 .600 1992 Chuck Belk 23-30 .433 CCAA 16-13 .551 1993 Chuck Belk 28-27 .509 CCAA 16-14 .533 1994 Chuck Belk 30-25-1 .536 CCAA 15-15 .500 1995 Chuck Belk 32-29 .525 CCAA 17-15 .531 1996 Mike Ashman 13-40-1 .260 CCAA 5-27 .160 1997 Mike Ashman 28-28 .500 CCAA 18-14 .562 1998 Mike Ashman 19-25-1 .432 CCAA 13-19 .406 1999 Mike Ashman 25-24 .510 CCAA 19-21 .475 2000 Mike Ashman 32-26 .551 CCAA 24-15 .615 2001 Mike Ashman 31-24 .564 CCAA 23-17 .575 2002 Mike Ashman 31-22-1 .583 CCAA 20-20 .500 2003 Mike Ashman 15-39-0 .278 CCAA 10-29 .256 2004 Mike Ashman 26-25-2 .509 CCAA 19-20-1 .488 2005 Mike Ashman 30-23-0 .566 CCAA 25-14 .566 2006 Mike Ashman 20-31-0 .392 CCAA 15-20 .429 2007 Mike Ashman 20-31-0 .392 CCAA 10-26 .278 2008 Mike Ashman 16-31-0 .340 CCAA 13-21 .382 2009 Mike Ashman 26-23-0 .531 CCAA 16-20 .444 2010 Mike Ashman 26-27-0 .491 CCAA 18-22 .450 2011 Randy Betten 36-23-0 .610 CCAA 22-18 .550 2012 Randy Betten 31-18-0 .633 CCAA 23-17 .575 2013 Randy Betten 26-24-0 .520 CCAA 18-22 .450

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bronco baseball 2011 CAL POLY POMONA MEN’S SOCCER RECORD BOOK

Cal Poly Pomona To Professional Baseball 1962 Larry Heathershaw (Braves) Butch Hughes (Braves) 1963 Darrell Clark (Tigers) Tom Hinkle (Tigers) 1964 Steve Hall (Reds) 1965 George Fowlkes (Twins) Louis Smith (Twins) Roger Sugimoto (Twins) Fred Yanez (Twins) 1966 Paul Coleman (Twins) Jim Ferguson (Twins) Tom Ferraro (Twins) Mark Foss (Twins) Tom Gafney (Twins) Bill Ralston (Dodgers) 1967 Dale Braumberger (Yankees) Denis Murray (Yankees) 1968 Chuck Calver (Dodgers Jerry Schlegelmilch (Twins) Bob Wissler (Twins) 1969 Bill Borning (Royals) Rick Gallacher (Giants) Steve Nielsen (Royals) Paul Opatkiewicz (Royals) 1970 Dan Blood (Twins) Tom Smithson (Twins) Mark Wiley (Twins)

1971 Frank Cappiello (Twins) John Ramey (Twins) Dan Solters (Twins) Jim Uruburu (Angels) Steve Wiencek (Angels) 1972 Bob Brett (Royals) Don Gentry (Royals) 1973 Jim Fradella (Phillies) Wayne Gross (A’s) Wendell Kim (Giants) Mitchell Page (Pirates) Mike Seberger (Twins) Adrian Witt (Angels) Roger Fechner (Angels) 1974 Mike Heinen (Twins) Paul Kargl (Giants) John Riddle (Giants) Dennis Rogers (Giants) 1975 Vic Bernal (Padres) Howard Ashlock (Orioles) 1976 Ken Hellyer (Twins) Jim Pryor (Giants) Dennis Sherow (Expos) Bruce MacPherson (Twins) 1977 Chuck Belk (Twins) Jay Johnson (White Sox) 1978 Dave Barrett (Giants) Mike Frierson (Mariners) Chet Gray (Expos) Rufus Thompson (Twins)

1979 John Borders (Royals) Darrell Miller (Angels) Mitch Miloslavich (Royals) Cleve Porter (Royals) Randy Nelson (Tigers) Scot Pyle (Tigers) 1980 Alan Fowlkes (Giants) Chris Clark (Angels) Ken Foster (Twins) Brian Zell (Red Sox) Randy Schauer (A’s) 1981 John Hotchkiss (A’s) Jim Camacho (A’s) Kenneth Proctor (Twins) Randy McFarlen (Brewers) Mike Ashman (A’s) 1982 Eric Stewart (Mariners) Mark Border (A’s)

1986 Mike Munoz (Dodgers) Marty Rivero (Dodgers) Kirk Washington (Cubs) 1987 Tom Weeks (Yankees) Charlie Webb (Mariners) 1988 Robert Curnow (Padres) Craig Proctor (Padres) Keith Barrett (Mariners) Dan Shannon (Cardinals) 1989 David Rice (Angels) Dave Hajek (Astros) Jim Stowell (Angels) Chris Butterfield (Mets) 1990 Dan Andrews (Dodgers) Bret Lachemann (Angels) Miccal Jackson (Cardinals)

1983 Larry Beardman (A’s) Steve Gomez (A’s) Tom Mauch (Cardinals) Steve Ziem (Braves) Dan Blanchette (Mariners)

1991 Jason Keeline (Braves) Wayne Koklys (Braves)

1984 Ron Johns (Cardinals)

1994 Mike Kurnik (Royals) Brian Dennis (Cubs) Aaron Edwards (Pirates) Tom Eide (Angels)

1985 Jeff Edwards (Astros) Skylar Faria (Brewers) John Love (Brewers) LaCurtis Mayes (Brewers) Mike Patterson (Brewers) Tom Scaletta (Twins) Jim Torchia (Brewers)

1992 Chris Hunt (Angels)

1998 Brad Downing (Angels) 2000 Will Morris (Blue Jays) Andre Gomez (Padres) 2001 Justin Davis (Reds) Donnie Furnald (Braves) Jeff Ellena (Mariners) Andrew Perry (Astros) 2002 David Krisch (Padres) Tim Thurman (Orioles) 2003 Benny Winslow (A’s) 2004 Chris Sotro (Astros) Jeremey White (Rockies) Efren Lira (Rockies) 2005 Taylor Wilding (Giants) 2006 Anthony Esquer (Reds) Luis Carreras (Twins) 2007 Anthony Romero (Reds) 2009 Brad Wilson (Diamondbacks)

1996 Derrick Edison (Expos)

2010 Jarett Attard (Mariners) Joshua Krist (Mariners)

1997 Oscar Betancourt (Angels)

2011 Travis Taijeron (Mets) 2012 Geoff Broussard (Phillies)

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bronco baseball Cal Poly Pomona All-Time Roster -AACOSTA, Paul ACUNA, Tom AGHILL, Yani ALBERT, Tim ALCANTAR, Jordan ALEXANDER, Jon ALEXANDER, Pete ALLEN, Caleb ALLEN, Jarrod AMARO, Andy AMAYA, Chris AMBROSI, Tom AMELUXEN, John ANDREWS, Dan ANDERLIK, Dave ARIAZA, Rob ARMANDAN, Tony ARMSTRONG, Aaron ARNONE, Mike ARANDA, Rudy ARAUJO, Jorge ARRIETA, Eduardo ASHLOCK, Howard ASHMAN, Mike ASBURY, Rocky ATTARD, Jarett

1999 1991-92 1990-92 1988-90 2007-10 2001-02 1973-75 2003-06 2004-05 2013 1999-02 1980-81 1977-78 1988-90 1993-94 1990 1965 1993-96 1962-63 2006 1988-89 1995-96 1974-75 1980-81 1997-98 2007-10

-BBAAB, Larry BABINEAU, Randy BAGDADLIAN, Ed BAILIE, Ted BAKER, Mike BALBONI, Mike BALL, Charles BANES, Bryan BARBER, Milton BARILLA, Tom BARNES, Dave BARNHART, Evan BARRET, Dave BARRET, Keith BARRERA, Cesar BARSOUMIAN, Ara BASHORE, Andy BATISTA, Dave BAYZE, Brian BEARDMAN, Larry BEDFORD, Gregory BEEMAN, Bill BEHNEY, Joshua BELK, Chuck BELL, Doug BELLAH, Mickey BENHAM, Craig BENNE, Jules BENO, Kevin BENSON, Rich BERNAL, Fred BERNAL, Vic BERRY, Dave BERSON, Marty BETANCOURT, Oscar BETHELL, Max BIGGS, Dale

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1983 1979-80 1986 1972 1988-89 1969-70 2012 2007-08 1983-84 1998 1964 2002-06 1977 1986-88 1996 1995-96 1970-72 1988-89 1996 1982-83 1971 1986-88 1997 1976-77 1996-99 1965-66 1992 1977 1985-87 1967 1962 1973-75 1987-88 1965 1997 2013 1974-77

BILLINGSLEY, Daniel BILLS, Graham BISHOP, Bob BISHOP, Earl BLACKBURN, Dennis BLAKE, Geoff BLANAS, Frank BLANCHETTE, Dan BLOOD, Dan BOBADILLA, Dan BOBADILLA, Rene BOGGIO, Kyle BORCHARD, Bob BORDER, Mark BORNING, Bill BOSSON, Kevin BOWERS, Chris BRAJKOVICH, Steve BRAUMBERGER, Dale BRAUN, David BREHM, Chris BRETT, Bobby BRODERS, John BROUSSARD, Geoff BROWN, Barry BROWN, Sergio BROWN, Steve BRUEKER, Steve BRUNER, Richard BRUSEGARD, Lon BUCKOFF, Mike BULLOCK, Matt BURKLAND, Ron BURLESON, Chad BURNS, Anthony BURT, Kenny BUSH, Scott BUTTERFIELD, Chris

1997 2009 1988-90 1967-69 1966-67 1992-94 1992 1981-83 1969-70 1999-01 1991-94 2007-08 1965 1979-82 1967-69 2009-13 1983-84 1973-74 1965-67 2002-04 2008-09 1971-72 1978-79 2009-12 1997 1991-93 1983 1972-74 1981-82 1975-76 1962-63 1990-92 1986 2003-04 2007-08 1968 1988-90 1988-89

-CCALVER, Chuck CALZIA, Pete CAMACHO, Jim CANA, Justin CANEDO, Jose CANNON, Rick CAPOBIANCO, Tony CAPPIELLO, Frank CARLBERG, Dan CARLSON, Chris CARMICHAEL, Jim CARMONA, Jose CARRERAS, Luis CARRIER, Trent CARROLL, Fred CARTER, Robbie CARTY, Justin CASTELLANOS, Angel CATLIN, Carl CAUTHORN, Dennis CAVAZOS, Kevin CAVALETTO, A.J. CECIL, Roger CHACON, Joe CHAGNON, Remi CHANGALA, Peter CHAPARRO, Joe

1966-68 1973 1978-81 2013 1993 1974 1995 1970-71 1965-66 2013 1981-82 1962-63 2003-06 2013 1970 2006-07 2002-06 1997 1973-75 1965-66 1997-99 2007-08 1965-67 1977-80 1965 1982-83 1993

CHAPMAN, Dave CHAPMAN, Jim CHARLES, Mitch CHAVEZ, Kevin CHRISTENSEN, Dave CLAPROOD, Bob CLARK, Billy CLARK, Chris CLARK, Darrell CLEVELAND, Craig CLOWARD, Monty COFFIN, Alan COFFMAN, Jesse COHEN, Dylan COHEN, Ronald COLEMAN, Jeff COLEMAN, Paul COMBS, Kevan CONNORS, Gregor COOK, Mike COOKSEY, Nicholas CORDOVA, Robert CORRAL, Tim COREY, Brian CORUM, Ralph COTA, Ruben COWAN, Keith CREW, George CRONAN, Gary CRONIN, Pat CROSS, John CURCIE, Michael CURNOW, Robert CURTIS, Chris CUSTER, John

1973-74 1985-88 1995-96 1990-91 1966 1966-68 1970-71 1978-81 1962-63 1973 1974-76 1965 2004 2009 1967 1998 1964-66 1978-79 2001-02 1970-71 2012-13 1980-81 1985-86 1981 1969 1995-96 1968 1979-80 1970-71 1978-81 2005-07 2003 1988 2012 1998-99

-DDANBO, Michael DANIEL, Tom DANIELS, Erik DANIELS, John DANIELS, Scott DAUBERT, Bill DAVIDSON, Matt DAVIS, Irv DAVIS, Jack DAVIS, Justin DAVIS, Lee DAVIS, Mike DAVIS, Tommy DE LA VEGA, Bill DEAN, Bryan DELL’AQUILA, Jose DENNING, Greg DENNIS, Brian DEXHEIMER, Dave DILLON, Jon DOBES, Bruce DORAM, Troy DOMINGUEZ, Anthony DOTY, Mark DOUCETTE, Scott DOWNING, Brad DUBRANSKY, James DUBY, John DUHART, Alain DUNBAR, Matthew

1997-98 1967 1989-90 2005-08 1990-93 1964-66 2007-08 1968 1977 1999-01 1972 1977-78 1982-85 1971 1982 1975 2004-05 1993-94 1974 1987-88 1972-73 2002 2007 1999 1994 1997-98 1965-67 1969-70 1991-92 2009-

DUNN, Ryan

2010-13

-EEDISON, Darrick EDWARDS, Aaron EDWARDS, Jeff EDWARDS, Kurt EDWARDS, Tyson EIDE, Tom EISER, Dave EGAN, Josh ELLENA, Jeff ERB, Michael ESPINOZA, Russell ESQUER, Anthony EUSEBIO, Joseph EVANS, Marc EVOLA, Mike

1995-96 1992-94 1983-85 1977 2010-11 1993-94 1974-75 1997-98 1999-01 2013 2002 2003-06 2011-13 2004-06 2007,2009

-FFIERRO, Fabian FABELA, Dave FALLS, Kevin FARIA, Skyler FARRIS, David FATA, Steven FECHNER, Roger FEHRENBACH, Bob FERGUSON, Jim FERNANDEZ, Andres FERRARO, Thomas FETERL, Aaron FITZGERALD, Matt FITZMAURICE, Bill FISHER, John FOSCALDO, Scott FOSKETT, Mike FOSS, Mark FOSTER, Greg FOSTER, Ken FOSTER, Robert FOUTS, Dan FOWLKES, Alan FOWLKES, George FRADELLA, Jim FRANKLIN, Dan FRANKLIN, J.J. FRANKS, Bob FREELAND, Jim FIERSON, Michael FURNALD, Donnie FUSILLO, Chris

1998 1980 2004-07 1984-85 1999-01 2006-08 1971-72 1977 1964-66 2007-08 1965-66 2006 2012 1979-81 2007-08 1982-83 2004 1964-66 1968 1979-80 1967 1987-89 1977-80 1963-65 1972-73 2003 2013 1973-74 1966 1979 2000-01 1998-01

-GGABRIEL, John GAFNEY, Mike GAFNEY, Tom GALDO, George GALINDO, Kenneth GALLACHER, Rick GALVIN, Joe GARBICK, A.J. GARCIA, Frank GARCIA, Paul GARCIA, Ramiro

1967 1968-69 1964-66 1982 2003-04 1968-69 1978 1998 1969-70 1981-83 1990-91


bronco baseball 2011 CAL POLY POMONA MEN’S SOCCER RECORD BOOK

Cal Poly Pomona All-Time Roster GASPERINO, Anthony GATZKE, Jim GEBHARDT, Mark GENTRY, Don GIRE, Bob GIROUD, Marty GOLDBACH, Chris GOMEZ, Andre GOMEZ, Erick GOMEZ, Jim GOMEZ, Steve GONGOLA, Eric GONZALES, Andy GONZALES, Anthony GONZALES, Anthony GONZALES, Bobby GONZALES, Darren GONZALEZ, Rene GONZALEZ, Stephen GOODMAN, Ryan GORMAN, Mike GRANATO, Garett GRAY, Chet GRIEG, Bob GRIER, Brian GROSS, Kirk GROSS, Pat GROSS, Wayne GROTH, Dave GUERRERO, Danny

2006-07 1963 1982 1971 1971 1982 1988-89 1999-00 1988-91 1986-87 1981-83 1993-96 2002-05 1998-01 2002-03 1985 1985-86 1978 2010-11 2011 1987-88 2011-12 1977-78 1974 1985-89 2006-07 1982 1971-73 1978-79 1968

HOMEN, David HORZEN, Richard HOTCHKISS, John HOUCK, David HOUSEHOLDER, Rich HOWARD, Bob HOYT, George HUDSPETH, John HUGHES, Francis HUNT, Chris HUNT, Darryl HUNT, Ron HUNTER, Scott HUNTER, Sean

1990 1965 1980-81 1986 1970 1970 1972 1965 1962 1991-92 1984-85 1966-68 1991-92 2007-08

-IIBARRA, Joseph IRELAND, David ISENHART, James ISENHART, Rene ITEN, Anthony

1995-96 1986-88 1997-98 1985-87 1994-97

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JACKSON, Bryan JACKSON, Marlon JACKSON, Miccal JAMERSON, James JAMES, Gordie JANOWICZ, Chris -HJANUSZ, Tony JAQUES ,David HACKWORTH, Tim 1966-67 JEFFS, Ray HAJEK, Dave 1987-89 JENKINS, Kevin HALL, Dwayne 1993-96 JENKINS, Terry HALL, Steve 1963 JEPSEN, Kevin HALL, Matt 1994-96 JIMENEZ, Peter HAMMERSCHMIDT, Al 1962 JIMENEZ, Rich HARDY, Max 1987-89 JOHANSEN, Geoff HARFORD, Travis 1996-98 JOHNS, Ron HARRINGTON, Bob 1974-75 JOHNSON, Jason HARRIS, Clay 1974-76 JOHNSON, Jay HARRIS, Daryl 1978 JOHNSON, John HARRISON, Craig 2000 JOHNSON, Michael HAY, John 1982 JOHNSTON, Greg HEATHERSHAW, Larry 1962 JORDAN, Jason HEATON, John 1994-95; JUAREZ, Alberto 1999-00 HEINEN, Mike 1973-74 -KHELLYER, Ken 1975-76 HELVIN, John 1990 KAGY, Bill HERNANDEZ, Danny 1979-81 KARGL, Paul HERNANDEZ, Eduardo 1997-98 KARPEN, John HERSH, Ira 1993 KAUSTINEN, Steve HERTER, Steve 1973-74 KELIN, Steve HESTER, Brad 1980-81 KELLY, Travis HETTING, Bob 1966-67 KEELINE, Jason HIGGINS, Kevin 1984-86 KEELINE, Brian HIGHSTREET, Don 1972-73 KEESTER, Ron HILLMAN, Phil 1987-88 KETTLE, Mike HING, Eric 1999-03 KIDO, Ken HINKLE, Tom 1962-63 KIM, Wendell HINSHAW, Jordan 2009KING, Brandan HJORTH, Dave 1968-69 KING, Dee HOBAN, John 1977 KING, Joey HOLLAND, John 1973 KISLIG, Mike HOLT, David 1962-63 KISTNER, John

2005-07 1998-00 1987-89 1969-71 1962 2005-06 1979 2009-10 1989 1974-76 1962 1982-84 2000 1978 1990-91 1983-84 2002 1977 1965-67 2012-13 2007 2007-08 1997-98

1962-64 1972-74 1969-70 2000-01 1990-92 2010 1989-91 1994 1990-92 1962 1965 1970-72 2008-09 1973-74 2006 1990 1974-76

KLOPP, Frank KNETTLES, Steve KOKLYS, Wayne KOSTUROS, Paul KOWATA, Korey KURNIK, Mike KREZT, Gary KRISCH, David KRIST, Joshua KUSNIER, Mark KUYENDALL, Ron

2008-09 1982 1987-91 1987-88 1992-93 1992-94 1965-66 2002 2009-10 1983 1962-63

-LLACHEMANN, Bret LAKE, Bryan LAMB, Bryan LAMBRIGHT, Steve LANE, Kenny LANE, Mike LARACUENTE, Bruce LARSON, Taylor LASTOKIE, Bob LAUBACH, Russell LAWHORN, Matt LAYAYE, Leon LEBOVITZ, Ben LEE, John LEIFERMAN, Paul LEONARD, John LESOVSKY, Larry LEWALLEN, Willard LIRA, Efren LONG, Forest LOPEZ, Matthew LOPEZ, Memo LORENZ, Tom LOSEE, Lee LOVE, John LUDEWIG, Steve LUITWEILER, Bob LUSIC, Nick LUSK, Bill LUSK, Larry LUSK, Matt

1988 20051999-01 1988-89 2005-07 1975 1994 2011 1967-69 2008 2007 1970 2006-08 2003-06 1972-73 2007 1962-64 1975-76 2003-04 1997-98 2002-05 1998 1986-87 1962-63 1984-85 1971-74 1977-80 1972-75 1962 1993-95 2005

-MMAC KINNON, Don MAC PHERSON, Bruce MAGNO, Trevor MAGPOC, Noel MAGUIRE, Jim MAIER, Kurt MAJOR, Karl MAKIA, Marcus MANAHAN, Phil MANES, Steve MANGINI, Chris MANTELLINO, Paul MARCUS, Jason MARRUJO, Gil MARTINEZ, Ron MATLOCK, Gary MAUCH, Tom MAYES, LaCurtis MCADAMS, Jerry MCCALL, Chuck

1972-73 1974-76 2013 1993-95 1989-90 1983 1968-69 2009-10 1973-75 1985-86 1970 1963-65 2001-02 1969-71 1970-71 1981-83 1983 1985 1962 1969

MCCARTHY, Casey MCCARTHY, Kenny MCCONVILLE, Tom MCCRANEY, Jordan MCDOWELL, Richard MCFARLEN, Randy MCGOWAN, Peter MCGREGOR, Sheldon MCLEAN, Kevin MCMATH, Cole MCNUTT, Kyle MCQUARRIE, Matt MEAD, Dan MELILLO, Anthony MELLON, Terry MENA, Brian MENDOZA, Aaron MENDRIN, Jake MERMER, Terry METKOVICH, Dave MILAKOVICH, Dan MILLER, Chris MILLER, Darrell MILLER, James MILLIGAN, Bill MILLS, Dennis MILOSLAVICH, Mitch MILTENBURGER, Kurt MONARRES, Art MORENO, Sean MORRIS, Will MOZLEY, Brandon MULLIGAN, Tim MUNOZ, Jose MUNOZ, Mike MURPHY, Ryan

2009 2003-04 1968 2012 2009-10 1980-81 1992-93 2008 1976-78 2012 2013 1984-87 1988-92 2000 1963 1992-93 2002 2005-06 2007 1973-75 1965 2011-12 1977-79 1962-64 1994 1968-70 1977-79 1989-91 1990-91 2008 1997-00 2008-09 1997 2002-04 1985-86 2002

-NNAJERA, Dave NAJERA, Rudy NAVARRO, Manny NEILAN, Greg NELSON, Lance NELSON, Randy NELSON, Stephen NEFF, Michael NEPA, James NESPOR, Dennis NIELSEN, Kyle NIELSEN, Steve NOBLE, Dan NOLAN, Jeff NORRIS, Brian NYEHOLT, Keith

1977-78 1982 2007-10 1977 1980 1977-78 2008 2010-11 2003 1967-69 2013 1967-69 1996 1984 1997 2009

-OO’CONNER, Ed O’CONNER, Lee O’HARA, Michael OLIVER, Michael OLIVEREZ, Randy O’LOUGHLIN, Nick OLSEN, Paul OLSON, David OPATKIEWICZ, Paul ORTIZ, Tony

1970 1968 1980 1998 1971-73 2013 1990-91 1989-90 1967-69 2001-02

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bronco baseball Cal Poly Pomona All-Time Roster OVERACKER, Chad OWENS, David

1994-97 1969

-PPACHECO, John PADLO, Jason PAGE, Mitchell PALMER, Robert PARKER, Michael PARKHOUSE, Dick PASSERINO, Joe PATRICK, Mike PATTERSON, Kyle PATTERSON, Mike PAYNE, Lawrence PAYTE, Stephen PEKARCIK, Ray PERKINS, Andrew PERRY, Andrew PETERS, Josh PHILIPPS, Shane PHILP, Mike PIAZZA, John PIERCE, Glen PITTS, Jerry PLESS, Mike POHL, Dave POLLOCK, John PONCE, Cody PORTER, Cleve PORTER, Gerald POSEY, Robert POTTER, Joshua POWELL, Chris POWELL, Rich POWERS, Keith PRICE, Robert PRITCHARD, J.C. PRITCHARD, Jason PROCTOR, Craig PROCTOR, Ken PRUETT, Dave PRYOR, Eddie PRYOR, Jim PYLE, Scot

1975 2013 1972-73 2007-10 2010-11 1972-74 1975-77 1965-66 1998 1984-85 1962 2000-05 1974-77 1999-02 1998-01 2011-12 2011-12 2012-13 1985-87 1969 1972-75 1993 1980-81 2010-11 2013 1979 1964-65 1982-83 2008 2012-13 1972 2009-10 1995-96 1993 1994 1986-88 1980-81 1980 2008 1973-76 1977-79

-QQUINTAL, Mike

2005-06

-RRAAP, Greg RALSTON, Bill RAMEY, John RAMOS, Jim RANDLE, Ron RAMIREZ, Joe REED, Jake REED, Larry REGUS, Mike REID, Davis REINS, Tim REINTJES, Darin REISBECK, Steve REMMEL, Richard

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1994-96 1966 1967-68 1970-71 1973 1994-96 2011 1962-63 1973-76 1982-83 1963-64 1998 1966-67 1968

RENTERIA, Nahum REYES, Bobby REYES, Ryan REYNOSO, Aaron RICE, Dave RICE, Gary RITCHINGS, Norm RICKS, Edward RIDDLE, John RIEDEL, Erik RINGHOLM, Jeff RIVERO, Marty ROBERTS, Chris ROBINSON, Ken ROBINSON, Randal RODARTE, Allen RODRIGUEZ, Al RODRIGUEZ, Bobby ROGERS, Dennis ROGERS, Kevin ROGERS, Russ ROJO, Andy ROLPH, Todd ROMERO, Anthony ROMSPERT, David ROONEY, Ed ROSE, Dale ROSE, Jeff ROSENSTEIN, Tom ROTHROCK, Tom ROUSE, Edward ROZZI, Ted RUDE, Ron RUHL, Phil RUNDLE, Matt RUVALCABA, Erick

1999 1977 1995-97 2013 1988-89 1999 1962-64 1985 1972-74 2009-10 2008-09 1983-86 1969 1962 1994-96 2011-12 1978-79 2001 1972-74 2004-05 1988-89 1996 1987-88 2006-07 1971-72 1992-93 1965-66 1971-73 1974-76 1966-67 1967-69 1979-81 1970 1995 1981-82 2010-13

-SSAKELARIOS, George SALGADO, Brennen SANCHEZ, Alex SANNER, Gregg SANTANA, Don SANTORA, Mike SANTOS, Lucas SCALETTA, Tom SCHANZ, Greg SCHAUER, Randy SCHLEGELMILCH, Jerry SCHMUECKLE, Sigi SCHNEIDER, Jerry SCHREMPP, Ron SCHROEDER, Bill SCHROEDER, Jim SCHUSTER, David SCHUTZ, Derrick SCHWENN, Rick SCOLINOS, Mike SCOTT, Darylle SCRENAR, Ryan SEBERGER, Mike SEHGAL, Akash SETTLES, Tim SEWELL, Ron SHANKS, RJ SHANNON, Don

1967 2012-13 1997 1979-80 1974-75 2011-12 1996-97 1982-85 1963-64 1977-80 1966-68 1981 1982 1964-65 1964-65 1972-73 1983-87 1995-98 1976-77 1982-84 1975-77 2006-09 1972-73 1994-95 1980 1969-70 2013 1988-89

SHEETS, Dennis SHEROW, Dennis SHINER, Peter SIBLEY, Scott SKIDMORE, Dave SKIDMORE, Dick SLOEY, Nicholas SMITH, Andrew SMITH, Doug SMITH, George SMITH, Louis SMITH, Phil SMITH, Randy SMITH, Russell SMITH, Steve SMITHSON, Tom SNAER, Mark SOLTERS, Dan SOREN, Steve SOTRO, Chris SPOONER, Chris SPRINGMAN, John STANDERFER, Paul STANLEY, Steve STEIN, Andrew STEPHENS, Grant STEVENS, Matt STEWART, Eric STEWART, Mike STILLINGER, Rich STIPES, Mike STOWELL, Jim STROUPE, Chase STUCK, Jason STUDENT, Gerald SUGIMOTO, Roger SUMMERS, Richard SWICK, Bob SWIGART, Paul

1967-69 1974-76 2008 2010-11 1974 1969-70 2000-02 1997 1966-68 1966 1963 1971-73 1967 2003-05 1984 1969-70 1999-01 1969-71 1993 2001-04 1975 1975 1977 1982-83 2013 1990-93 2002-05 1981-82 1968-70 1967-69 1966 1987-89 2003-06 2003-04 1965-67 1964-65 1966 1970-72 1965

-TTAIJERON, Travis TALCOTT, Frank TALLEY, Joseph TANOS, Nick TERRILL, Cary TERRONOVE, Don TERRY, Bud THEIS, Jason THOME, Dan THOMPSON, Brian THOMPSON, Rufus THOMPSON, Steve THORNHILL, Kevin THURMAN, Tim TIPPINGS, Craig TODD, Kyle TORCHIA, Jim TORCHIA, Joe TORRES, Jenzen TORRES, Richard TOVALIN, Humberto TRAYLOR, Barry TREMBLAY, Remi TRUDEAU, Larry TURNEY, Jason

2010-11 1964 2004-05 2009-10 1971-72 1963 1966 1997 1984 1969 1977-78 1974-76 1974-75 2002 1986-87 2005-06 1983-85 1985-89 2009-12 1996 2011-13 1973-75 1962 1984 1993

TURNEY, Robert TURRIFF, John

1967-68 1974-76

-UUNTRAUER, David URIBE, Juan URUBURU, Jim

1983 1973 1969-71

-VVALDIVIA, Adrian VALICENTI, James VALLEJO, Loni VAN DUSEN, Chuck VANGALIS, Bill VASQUEZ, Sergio VASQUEZ, John VEGA, Edwin VEGA, Richie VIGO, Kevin VILLA, Joe VILLAPANDO, Alex VINCENT, Scott VINER, Pat VORRELL, Ryan VORRELL, Todd

1983-85 2004 1994 1969-70 1979-80 1989-90 1984 1984 1999 1997 20081992-94 2011 1967-68 1998-01 1998-99

-WWAGNER, Bob WAGNER, Nick WAITE, Bill WAKEFIELD, Jason WALDINGER, Kevin WALLER, Gerric WALTER, Bo WALTER, Donald WALTON, Greg WANINGER, James WASHINGTON, Kirk WEBB, Charlie WEBER, Rick WEBSTER, Mike WEINGARTEN, Neil WEINER, Brian WEEKS, Tom WELCH, Jason WELCHER, Bill WELLS, Steve WENDT, Doug WENDT, Pat WENGEL, Jeff WESCOTT, Keith WHALEY, John WHEELER, John WHETZEL, Cal WHITE, Bill WHITE, Edward WHITE, Jeremey WHITE, Rick WHITMAN, Jordan WICKS, Jameson WIENCEK, Steve WIENCEK, Dave WIESE, Joel WILDING, Taylor

1969-71 2012-13 1962-63 1994-96 2001-02 1997-98 2013 2012-3 1978 2003 1983-86 1984-87 1967 1969-70 1988-90 2001-04 1984-87 2001-02 1971 1969-71 1970 1970 1991-93 1996 1965-67 1964 1966-67 1965 1964-66 2003-04 1978-79 2010-13 1999-00 1971 1972-73 1964-66 2003-05


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Cal Poly Pomona All-Time Roster WILEY, Colin WILEY, Mark WILLIAMS, Darren WILLIAMS, Dave WILLIAMS, Ted WILSON, Brad WILSON, Chris WILSON, Derek WINSLOW, Benny WISSLER, Bob WITT, Adrian WOOLLEY, Jason WOOTEN, Ricky WRIGHT, Shannon

1986-87 1968-70 1996 1983 1963-64 2009 2006-08 2002-03 2002-03 1966-68 1971-72 2000-02 2001-03 1990-91

-YYANEZ, Fred 1964-65 YOKUBAITIS, Casey 2008-11 YOSHIDA, Victor 2001-03 YOUNG, David 1968 YOUNG, Larry 1967-68 -ZZAICHKOWSKI, Bob ZAKEM, Gary ZELL, Brian ZIARNICK, Brian ZIDEK, Michael ZIEM, Steve ZUANICH, Jay

1968-70 1976-79 1980 2002-03 2013 1981-83 1969-71

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bronco baseball Broncos All-Conference Honorees 1967 Denis Murray, P, Second Team 1968 Rich Stilinger, P, First Team Denis Nespor, OF, First Team Doug Moore, 2B, Second Team Dennis Sheets, SS, Second Team 1969 Rick Gallagher, 1B, First Team Dan Blood, 2B, First Team Steve Nielsen, P, Second Team Paul Opatkiewicz, OF, Second Team 1970 Mark Wiley, 1B, First Team Dan Blood, 2B, First Team Frank Cappiello, SS, First Team Wendell Kim, 3B, First Team Tom Smithson, OF, First Team 1971 Adrian Witt, P, Second Team Roger Fechner, P, Second Team 1972 Roger Fechner, P, First Team Wendell Kim, OF, First Team Bob Brett, OF, First Team Cary Terrill, P, Second Team Jim Fradella, IF, Second Team Don Highstreet, IF, Second Team Dave Wieneke, OF, Second Team 1973 Wayne Gross, 1B, First Team Don Highstreet, 3B, First Team Steve Ludewig, Util, First Team Vic Bernal, P, Second Team Mike Seberger, P, Second Team Mitchell Page, OF, Second Team Dave Wieneke, OF, Second Team 1974 Kevin Thornhill, 2B, First Team John Riddle, P, Second Team Dennis Rogers, Util, Second Team Pete Alexander, OF, Second Team

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1975 Jim Pryor, C, First Team Vic Bernal, P, First Team 1976 Bruce MacPherson, P, First Team Clay Harris, 3B, First Team Dennis Sherow, OF, First Team Ken Hellyer, OF, First Team Kevin Jenkins, DH, First Team Jim Pryor, C, Second Team Alex Torres, 2B, Second Team Monte Cloward, Util, Second Team MVP – Dennis Sherow Coach of the Year – John Scolinos 1977 Bob Minor, 1B, Second Team Kevin McLean, OF, Second Team Scot Pyle, Util, Second Team 1978 John Broders, Util, First Team Darrell Miller, C, Second Team 1979 Darrell Miller, C, First Team Alan Fowlkes, P, First Team Chris Clark, OF, First Team John Broders, OF, First Team Randy Nelson, P, Second Team Scot Pyle, SS, Second Team Rick White, 3B, Second Team MVP Pitcher – Alan Fowlkes Co-MVP – John Broders Co-Coach of the Year – John Scolinos 1980 Ken Foster, 1B, First Team Alan Fowlkes, P, First Team Chris Clark, OF, First Team Mike Ashman, Util, First Team Randy Schauer, P, Second Team MVP Pitcher – Alan Fowlkes Tri-MVP – Chris Clark Coach of the Year – John Scolinos

1981 John Hotchkiss, 3B, First Team Jim Carmichael, OF, First Team Mark Border, P, First Team Mike Ashman, Util, First Team Randy McFarlen, OF, Second Team Jim Camacho, SS, Second Team Eric Stewart, C, Second Team 1982 Steve Stanley, 3B, Second Team Tom Scarletta, SS, Second Team Dan Blanchette, P, Second Team Jim Carmichael, OF, Second Team 1983 Ron Johns, P, First Team Steven Gomez, P, First Team Steve Ziem, P, First Team Larry Beardman, OF, First Team Jim Torchia, OF, First Team Jeff Edwards, C, Second Team Dan Blanchette, P, Second Team Tom Scaletta, SS, Second Team Coach of the Year – John Scolinos 1984 Ron Johns, 1B, First Team Tom Weeks, OF, Second Team 1985 Mike Munoz, P, First Team John Love, 2B, First Team Tom Weeks, 1B, Second Team Tom Scaletta, SS, Second Team Mike Patterson, Util, Second Team Jeff Edwards, C, Second Team Darren Gonzales, P, Second Team Co-MVP – John Love 1986 Steve Manes, OF, First Team Tom Lorenz, DH, First Team Marty Rivero, 3B, Second Team David Schuster, C, Second Team


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Broncos All-Conference Collection 1987 Dave Hajek, IF, First Team Keith Barrett, DH, First Team Charlie Webb, P, First Team Tom Lorenz, 3B, Second Team Keith Barrett, 1B, Second Team Co-Pitcher of the Year – Charlie Webb 1988 Jim Chapman, 2B, First Team Dave Hajek, SS, First Team Bill Beeman, 3B, Second Team Chris Goldbach, C, First Team Wayne Koklys, P, First Team Chris Butterfield, OF, First Team Keith Barrett, 1B, Second Team Co-Pitcher of the Year – Wayne Koklys 1989 Dave Hajek, SS, First Team Chris Goldbach, C, First Team Chris Butterfield, OF, First Team Brian Grier, OF, First Team Dan Fouts, Util, First Team Wayne Koklys, P, Second Team Miccal Jackson, 2B, Second Team MVP – Chris Goldbach 1990 Dan Andrews, OF, First Team 1991 Wayne Koklys, P, First Team Chris Hunt, OF, First Team Dan Mead, P, Second Team Shannon Wright, C, Second Team Grant Stephens, OF, Second Team Co-MVP – Ramiro Garcia Tri-Coast of the Year – John Scolinos 1992 Chris Hunt, C, First Team Grant Stephens, 2B, First Team Matt Bullock, OF, Second Team Yani Aghili, DH, Second Team Shannon Albright, P, Honorable Mention Brian Mena, OF, Honorable Mention Craig Benham, OF, Honorable Mention

1993 Shannon Albright, P, First Team Grant Stephens, 3B, First Team Tom Eide, OF, First Team Brian Mena, OF, First Team Brian Dennis, C, Second Team Dave Anderlik, P, Honorable Mention Coach of the Year – Chuck Belk

1998 Forest Long, 2B, First Team Rocky Asbury, OF, First Team Alberto Juarez, Util, Second Team Chris Fusillo, DH, Second Team Brad Downing, OF, Second Team Will Morris, P, Second Team Josh Egan, P, Honorable Mention Ryan Vorell, 1B, Honorable Mention

1994 Brian Dennis, C, First Team Tom Eide, SS, First Team Dave Anderlik, DH, First Team Jason Wakefield, 2B, Second Team Mike Kurnick, P, Second Team Aaron Edwards, OF, Second Team

1999 Andre Gomez, C, First Team Justin Davis, OF, Second Team Chris Amaya, P, Honorable Mention Andrew Perkins, P, Honorable Mention

1995 Robert Price, P, First Team Noel Magpoc, OF, First Team Jason Wakefield, 2B, Second Team Joseph Ibarra, SS, Second Team Randy Robinson, P, Second Team Phil Ruhl, 1B, Honorable Mention Chad Overacker, OF, Honorable Mention Mitch Charles, C, Honorable Mention Darrick Edison, P, Honorable Mention 1996 Anthony Iten, 1B, Second Team Chad Overacker, OF, Second Team 1997 Forest Long, 2B, First Team Oscar Betancourt, Util, First Team Michael Danbo, P, First Team Joshua Behney, C, Second Team Rocky Asbury, OF, Second Team Brad Downing, OF, Second Team Alex Sanchez, P, Second Team Anthony Iten, 1B, Honorable Mention Will Morris, P, Honorable Mention Chad Overacker, OF, Honorable Mention

2000 Andrew Perkins, P, Second Team Andre Gomez, C, Second Team Jeff Ellena, SS, Second Team Justin Davis, OF, Second Team Chris Fusillo, OF, Honorable Mention Ryan Vorell, 1B, Honorable Mention Will Morris, P, Honorable Mention Dan Bobadilla, 2B, Honorable Mention Donnie Furnald, Util, Honorable Mention 2001 Donnie Furnald, P, First Team Ryan Vorell, 1B, First Team Justin Davis, OF, First Team Jeff Ellena, SS, Second Team Chris Fusillo, OF, Second Team Steve Kaustinen, P, Honorable Mention Dan Bobadilla, 2B, Honorable Mention

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bronco baseball Broncos All-Conference Honorees 2002 Matt Stevens, OF, Honorable Mention 2006 Anthony Gonzales, 3B, Honorable Mention Anthony Esquer, C, First Team Luis Carreras, P, Second Team 2003 Kirk Gross, 2B, Second Team Anthony Gonzales, 3B, Second Team 2007 2004 Jarrett Attard, P, Honorable Mention Kenneth Galindo, IF, Second Team Kyle Boggio, OF, Honorable Mention Efren Lira, P, Third Team A.J. Cavaletto, OF, Honorable Mention Jose Munoz, P, Third Team 2008 2005 A.J. Cavaletto, OF, Second Team Taylor Wilding, P, First Team, Most Valuable Pitcher 2009 Matt Lopez, IF, First Team Jenzen Torres, DH, Second Team Kevin Falls, IF, First Team Chris Brehm, C, Honorable Mention John Cross, P, Second Team Jeff Ringhol, OF, Honorable Mention Anthony Esquer, C, Second Team Jarrod Allen, OF, Honorable Mention Luis Carreras, P, Honorable Mention

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2010 Jenzen Torres, UT, First Team Travis Taijeron, OF, Second Team 2011 Travis Taijeron, OF, First Team, MVP Jenzen Torres, C, First Team Kevin Bosson, SP, Second Team Mike Santora, INF, Second Team Erick Ruvalcaba, SP, Honorable Mention Jordan Whitman, OF, Honorable Mention 2012 Geoff Broussard, P, Pitcher of the Year Jenzen Torres, C, First Team Erick Ruvalcaba, P, First Team Chris Miller, 1B, Second Team Donald Walter, OF, Second Team 2013 Jordan Whitman, OF, First Team Bo Walter, 1B, Second Team Cody Ponce, RP, Second Team Jason Padlo, UT, Honorable Mention


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Cal Poly Pomona Baseball All-Americans 1965

Louis Smith

1976

1985

John Love Mike Munoz

Clay Harris Ken Hellyer Bruce MacPherson Dennis Sherow

Dave Hajek

1979

Chris Goldbach Dave Hajek Chris Butterfield

John Broders Alan Fowlkes Darrell Miller

1980

Mike Ashman Chris Clark Ken Foster Alan Fowlkes

1981

John Hotchkiss

1983

Larry Beardman Steve Gomez

1988 1989

1991

Ramiro Garcia

1993

Brian Mena

1994

Brian Dennis

2005

Taylor Wilding

2011

Travis Taijeron

2012

Geoff Broussard

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bronco baseball Cal Poly Pomona Baseball All-Time Career Hitting Records Games Played 1. 230, Tom Scaletta (1982-85) 2. 225, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 3. 204, Scott Pyle (1976-79) 4. 201, Matt Stevens (2002-05) 5. 199, Jenzen Torres (2009-12) 6. 197, Anthony Iten (1994-97) 7. 196, Brian Grier (1985-89) 8. 193, Scott Daniels (1990-93) 9. 192, Chris Fusillo (1998-01) 192, David Schuster (1984-87)

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At-Bats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

854, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 805, Tom Scaletta (1982-85) 741, Matt Stevens (2002-05) 729, Chris Fusillo (1998-01) 697, Jenzen Torres (2009-12) 672, David Schuster (1983-86) 669, Scott Daniels (1990-93) 657, Anthony Iten (1994-97) 654, Tim Torchia (1983-85) 647, Marty Rivero (1983-86)

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

168, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 165, Tom Scaletta (1982-85) 144, Jenzen Torres (2009-12) 137, Dave Hajek (1987-89) 135, Chris Clark (1978-80) 134, Matt Stevens (2002-05) 133, Justin Davis (1999-01) 129, Jeff Ellena (1999-01) 125, Jim Torchia (1983-85) 121, Chris Fusillo (1998-01)

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

285, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 249, Matt Stevens (2002-05) 230, Chris Clark (1978-80) 229, Tom Scaletta (1982-85) 228, Justin Davis (1999-01) 225, Chris Fusillo (1998-01) 211, David Schuster (1983-86) 209, Jeff Ellena (1999-01) 209, Jenzen Torres (2009-12) 208, Dave Hajek (1987-89)

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

65, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 53, Anthony Iten (1994-97) 47, Jeff Ellena (1999-01) 46, Matt Stevens (2002-05) 45, Chris Fusillo (1998-01) 45, Chris Clark (1978-81) 45, Dave Hajek (1987-89) 42, Justin Davis (1999-01) 42, Jim Torchia (1983-85) 38, Tom Scaletta (1982-85) 38, Jenzen Torres (2009-12)

Triples 1. 3. 4. 6. 7. 10.

15, Justin Davis (1999-01) 15, Dennis Sherow (1974-76) 11, John Love (1984-85) 10, Dan Blood (1969-70) 9, Chris Butterfield (1988-89) 8, Jeff Ellena (1999-01) 8, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 8, Brian Zell (1980) 8, Chris Clark (1978-81) 6, Tom Eide (1993-94) 6, Randy McFarlen (1980-81) 6, Darrell Miller (1977-79) 6, Steve Brueker (1972-74)

Home Runs 1. 34, Jenzen Torres (2009-12) 2. 33, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 3. 32, Travis Taijeron (2010-11) 4. 28, Ryan Vorell (1998-01) 28, Marty Rivero (1997-98) 6. 26, Chris Fusillo (1998-01) 7. 17, Justin Davis (1999-01) 17, Rocky Asbury (1997-98) 17, Keith Barrett (1986-88) 17, Jim Torchia (1983-85) 17, Brian Grier (1985-89) Runs Batted In 1. 194, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 2. 169, Jenzen Torres (2009-12) 3. 150, Ryan Vorell (1998-01) 4. 144, Chris Fusillo (1998-01) 5. 127, Justin Davis (1999-01) 6. 117, Matt Stevens (2002-05) 7. 117, Marty Rivero (1983-86)

8. 9. 10.

109, Jim Torchia (1983-85) 108, Chris Clark (1978-80) 106, Brian Grier (1985-89)

Stolen Bases 1. 53, Grant Stephens (1990-93) 2. 52, Kevin Thornhill (1974-75) 3. 50, Scott Pyle (1976-79) 4. 45, Aaron Edwards (1992-94) 5. 40, Steve Brueker (1972-74) 6. 39, Dennis Sherow (1974-76) 7. 38, John Broders (1978-79) 8. 35, Tim Torchia (1983-85) 9. 34, Noel Magpoc (1993-95) 10. 33, Tom Eide (1993-94) Walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

179, Tom Scaletta (1981-85) 122, Scott Pyle (1976-79) 100, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 97, Chris Clark (1978-80) 94, Matt Stevens (2002-05) 92, Jenzen Torres (2009-12) 79, Wendell Kim (1970-72) 78, Travis Taijeron (2010-11) 77, Pat Cronin (1978-81) 68, Jeff Edwards (1983-85)

Batting Average 1. .435 Louis Smith (1963) 2. .400 Dave Anderlik (1994) 3. .399 Brian Mena (1992-93) 4. .396 Kirk Gross (2006-07) 5. .387 Skylar Faria (1984-85) 6. .379 Justin Davis (1999-01) 7. .377 Chris Goldbach (1988-89) 8. .369 Chris Clark (1978-80) .369 Travis Taijeron (2010-11) 10. .367 John Broders (1978-79) .367 Ken Hellyer (1975-76)


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Cal Poly Pomona Baseball All-Time Career Pitching Records Games 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

79, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 73, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 71, Will Morris (1997-00) 71, Mark Border (1979-82) 70, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 62, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 61, Luis Carreras (2003-06) 59, Vic Bernal (1973-75) 57, Geoff Broussard (2009-12) 56, Ryan Screnar (2007-09)

Games Started 1. 57, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 2. 50, Kevin Bosson (2009-13) 3. 47, Mike Munoz (1984-86) 4. 45, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 5. 43, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 6. 42, Mark Border (1979-82) 42, Randy Nelson (1977-79) 8. 41, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 9. 38, Vic Bernal (1973-75) 10. 37, Geoff Broussard (2009-12) Innings Pitched 1. 439.0, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 2. 416.2, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 3. 416.0, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 4. 398.2, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 5. 362.0, Mark Border (1979-82) 6. 346.2, Mike Munoz (1984-86) 7. 328.0, Kevin Bosson (2009-13) 8. 308.0, Vic Bernal (1973-75) 9. 303.1, Randy Nelson (1977-79) 10. 265.2, Geoff Broussard (2009-12)

Complete Games 1. 31, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 2. 28, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 3. 26, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 4. 25, Mark Border (1979-82) 25, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 6. 21, Randy Nelson (1977-79) 7. 20, Steve Ziem (1981-83) 20, Vic Bernal (1973-75) 9. 19, Roger Fechner (1971-72) 10. 17, Mike Munoz (1984-86) 17, Bruce MacPherson (1974-76) Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

35, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 33, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 29, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 28, Kevin Bosson (2009-13) 27, Mike Munoz (1984-86) 26, Mark Border (1979-82) 24, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 23, Geoff Broussard (2009-12) 20, Mark Wiley (1968-70) 19, Will Morris (1997-00)

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

24, Vic Bernal (1973-75) 22, Kevin Bosson (2009-13) 22, Mike Munoz (1984-86) 22, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 21, Mark Border (1979-82) 20, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 19, Erick Gomez (1988-91) 18, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 17, Ryan Screnar (2007-09) 15, Jim Uruburu (1969-71) 15, Travis Harford (1996-97)

Earned Run Average 1. 1.72, Chuck Calver (1966-68) 2. 1.98, Rich Stillinger (1967-69) 3. 2.08, George Fowlkes (1963-65) 4. 2.23, Adrian Witt (1971-72) 5. 2.39, Mark Wiley (1968-70) 6. 2.54, Dan King (1973-74) 7. 2.58, Roger Fechner (1971-72) 8. 2.87, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 9. 2.88, Paul Coleman (1964-66) 10. 3.01, Mike Regus (1973-76) Strikeouts 1. 308, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 2. 262, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 3. 255, Kevin Bosson (2009-13) 4. 251, Vic Bernal (1973-75) 5. 249, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 6. 232, Mark Wiley (1968-70) 7. 231, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 8. 203, Geoff Broussard (2009-12) 9. 199, Mike Munoz (1984-86) 10. 193, Taylor Wilding (2003-05) Walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

267, Kirk Washington (1983-86) 168, Mike Munoz (1984-86) 159, Wayne Koklys (1987-91) 158, Erick Gomez (1988-91) 156, Charlie Webb (1984-87) 130, Vic Bernal (1973-75) 129, Steve Ziem (1981-83) 121, Jim Uruburu (1969-71) 114, Alan Fowlkes (1977-80) 114, Bob Luitweiler (1977-80)

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bronco baseball Cal Poly Pomona Baseball Hitting Records GENERAL Games Played Season 69, Jim Torchia, 1985 69, John Borders, 1985 Career 230, Tom Scaletta, 1982-85

Season Career

115, John Love (1985) 285, Tom Weeks (1984-87)

Runs Game Season Career

6, John Love vs. Long Beach State, 1985 76, Chris Clark, 1980 168, Tom Weeks, 1984-87

Doubles Game 3, Matt Stevens vs. Cal Baptist, 2005 3, Anthony Esquer vs. CSUDH, 2004 3, Benny Winslow vs. Hawaii Pacific, 2003 3, Brian Ziarnick vs. SFSU, 2002 Hits 3, Nicholas Sloey vs. Azusa Pacific, 2002 Game 6, Jason Welch vs. Biola University, 2002 3, John Broders vs. Hawaii, 1979 6, John Love vs. Long Beach State, 1985 3, Chris Clark vs. CS Northridge, 1980 6, Dennis Sherow vs. So. Ill. Edwardsville, 1976 3, Mike Ashman vs. CS Northridge, 1980 Season 115, John Love (1985) 3, Jim Camacho vs. UC Riverside, 1981 Career 285, Tom Weeks (1984-87) 3, David Schuster vs. Long Beach State, 1985 3, Tom Weeks vs. Sacramento State, 1985 Runs 3, Tom Lorenz vs. Chapman, 1986 Game 6, John Love vs. Long Beach St., 1985 3, Oscar Betancourt vs. Azusa Pacific, 1997 Season 76, Chris Clark, 1980 Season 28, Tom Weeks, 1985 Career 168, Tom Weeks, 1984-87 Career 65, Tom Weeks, 1984-87 Games Played Season 69, Jim Torchia, 1985 Triples 69, John Borders, 1985 Game 4, Jay Zuanich vs. Cal State L.A., 1971 Career 230, Tom Scaletta, 1982-85 Season 10, Dennis Sherow, 1976 Career 15, Dennis Sherow, 1974-76 At-bats 15, Justin Davis, 1999-01 Season 284, John Love, 1985 Career 854, Tom Weeks, 1984-87 Home Runs Game 3, Larry Reed vs. La Verne, 1963 Hits 3, Brad Downing vs. CS San Bernardino, 1997 Game 6, Jason Welch vs. Biola, 2002 Season 16, Travis Taijeron, 2010 6, John Love vs. Long Beach State, 1985 16, Travis Taijeron, 2011 6, Dennis Sherow vs. SIE, 1976 Career 34, Jenzen Torres, 2009-12 At-bats Season Career

284, John Love, 1985 854, Tom Weeks, 1984-87

Runs Batted In Game 9, Larry Reed vs. La Verne, 1963 Season 62, Ken Hellyer, 1976 Career 194, Tom Weeks, 1984-87 Stolen Bases Season 40, Aaron Edwards, 1994 Career 53, Grant Stephens, 1974-75 Bases On Balls Season 50, Chris Clark, 1980 50, Travis Taijeron, 2011 Career 179, Tom Scaletta, 1982-85 Strikeouts Season Career

55, Clay Harris, 1976 139, Tom Scaletta, 1982-85

Total Bases Season 180, John Love, 1985 Career 465, Tom Weeks, 1984-87 Hit By Pitch Season 30, Andre Gomez, 2000 Career 48, Andre Gomez, 2000 Batting Average (Min. 100 At-bats) Season .426, John Hotchkiss, 1981 Hitting Streak Consecutive 31, Larry Beardman, 1983

Cal Poly Pomona Baseball Pitching Records Appearances Season 30, Bruce MacPherson, 1976 Career 73, Kirk Washington, 73

Losses Season Career

Games Started Season 23, Alan Fowlkes, 23, 1980 Career 57, Kirk Washington, 1983-86

Won-Lost Percentage Season 913, Alan Fowlkes (21-2), 1980 Career 770, Alan Fowlkes, 1977-80

Complete Games Season 19, Alan Fowlkes, 1980 Career 31, Alan Fowlkes, 1977-80

Saves Season Career

Consecutive Complete Games Season 15, Charlie Webb, 1987

Shutouts Season Innings Pitched Game 13 2/3, Mark Border vs. Tokai, Japan, 1979 Doubleheader 5 2/3, Mike Regus vs. Hawaii, 1975 Season 206, Alan Fowlkes, 1980* Strikeouts Career 439, Kirk Washington, 1983-86 Game Wins Season 21, Alan Fowlkes, 1980 Career 35, Alan Fowlkes, 1977-80 Season

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12, Chuck Belk, 1977 24, Vic Bernal, 1972-75

6, Sean Hunter, 2007 10, Paul Coleman, 1964-66 3, Lee Losee, 1963 3, Robert Price, 1995 3, Michael Danbo, 1997 3, Taylor Wilding, 2005 17, Taylor Wilding vs. Cal State L.A., 2005 17, Mike Kurnik vs. Cal Poly SLO, 1994 17, Mark Wiley vs. Stanford, 1970 17, Mark Foss vs. So. Utah, 1965 170, Mark Wiley, 1970

Career

308, Kirk Washington, 1983-86

Consecutive Strikeouts Game 11, Darrell Clark vs. USC, 1963 Bases On Balls Game 11, Paul Coleman vs. La Verne, 1966 Season 73, Steve Ziem, 1983 Career 267, Kirk Washington, 1983-86 Hits Allowed Season 171, Alan Fowlkes, 1980 Career 410, Mark Border, 1979-82 Earned Run Average Season 1.41, Rich Stillinger, 1968 Career 1.53, Lee Losee, 1963-66 No-Hit Games Efren Lira vs. Cal State Stanislaus (9 innings), 2003 John Heaton vs. Chico State (7 innings), 1999 Randy Schauer vs. CSUDH (7 innings), 1980 Vic Bernal vs. Cal Poly SLO (7 innings), 1974 Bill Borning vs. Long Beach State (7 innings), 1969 Darrell Clark (7) and Jim Putnam (2) vs. LV, 1961


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Team Records SINGLE GAME Runs Runs, Opponent Runs, Inning Runs, Inning, Foe Runs, Both Teams Hits Hits, Opponent Hits, Doubleheader Hits, Both Teams Fewest Hits Fewest Hits, Foe Errors Errors, Opponent Errors, Both Teams Doubles Triples Home Runs Walks Walks Allowed Strikeouts Hit Batters Longest Game

26, vs. Cal State L.A., 1984 22, CS San Bernardino, 1998 22, Chico State, 2010 11, vs. Biola University, 2002 11, vs. CS Dominguez Hills, 1990 13 vs. Cal Poly SLO, 1985 37, vs. Cal State L.A. (26-11), 1984 29, vs. UC Irvine, 1981 26, Cal Poly SLO, 1985 43 vs. Cal State L.A. 48 vs. UC Irvine, 1981 0 vs. Cal Poly SLO, 1979 0, Cal State Stanislaus, 2003 0, Chico State, 1999 0, CS Dominguez Hills, 1980 0, Cal Poly SLO, 1974 0, Long Beach State, 1968 0, La Verne, 1961 10 vs. Hawaii-Hilo, 1987 8, Hawaii-Hilo, 1979 8, Cal State L.A., 1984 12, vs. Hawaii-Hilo, 1987 12, vs. Valley State, 1960 12, vs. La Verne, 1960 11, vs. Long Beach State, 1985 4, vs. University of Arizona, 1976 4, vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1971 4, Eastern Montana, 1969 7, vs. UC Davis, 2001 18, vs. Claremont-Mudd, 1967 11, vs. Grand Canyon, 1999 11, vs. Concordia, 1999 16, vs. UCLA, 1983 8, vs. Chico State, 2003 15 innings vs. San Diego State, 1979 (3-2) 15 innings vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1974 (5-6) 15 innings vs. Fresno State, 1963 (3-5)

SEASON RECORDS

Wins: 43, 1979 Losses: 40, 1996 Most Runs Scored: 430, 1980 Fewest Runs Scored: 168, 1967 Most Runs Allowed: 391, 1985 Fewest Runs Allowed: 124, 1963 Longest Winning Streak: 17, 1965 Highest Team Batting Avverage: .325, 1980 Lowest Team Batting Average: .231, 1967 Highest Team ERA: 6.77, 1998 Lowest Team ERA: 2.03, 1963 Most Doubles: 153, 1980 Most Triples: 34, 1976 Most Home Runs: 68, 1985 Most Stolen Bases, 111, 1979 Most Hits, Season: 746, 1980 Most Hits Allowed, 667, 1985 Most Strikeouts, 358, 1970 Most Walks, 305, 1985 Most Double Plays: 51, 1980 Most Total Bases: 1124, 1985 Most RBI, 395, 1980 Most Complete Games, 38, 1980 Most Sacrifices, 44, 1980 Most Assists, 847, 1985* Most At-Bats, 2358, 1985 Fielding: Most Putouts, Season: Tom Weeks, 643, 1985* Most Assists, Career: Tom Scaletta, 732, 1982-85* *= NCAA Division II Record

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bronco baseball Cal Poly Pomona All-Time Series Results Opponent W-L Pct. Abilene Christian 0-1 .000 Academy of Arts 3-0 1.000 Arizona 10-30 .250 Arizona State 6-22 .214 Azusa Pacific 10-16-1 .370 Bellevue 2-0 1.000 Biola 5-11-2 .333 BYU 8-3 .727 California 8-4-1 .654 Cal Baptist 12-2 .857 Cal Lutheran 1-1 .500 Cal Poly SLO 81-60-1 .574 Cal Tech 11-0 1.000 Chico State 28-52 .350 CS Dominguez Hills 100-84 .543 CS East Bay 23-13 .639 CS Fullerton 34-35 .493 Cal State L.A. 106-105-1 .500 CS Monterey Bay 18-18 .500 CS Northridge 78-76 .506 CS San Bernardino 57-64 .471 CS Stanislaus 44-29-1 .595 Chapman 56-47 .544 Claremont-Mudd 12-0 1.000 Colorado St.-Pueblo 2-4 .333 Concordia 11-7 .611 Cornell 3-0 1.000 Dartmouth 2-0 1.000 Dixie State 0-5 .000 E. Michigan 11-0 1.000 E. New Mexico 1-0 1.000 Eckerd 1-1 .500 Florida International 1-0 1.000 Florida Southern 2-4 .333 Fresno State 10-10 .500 Gonzaga 1-0 1.000 Grand Canyon 28-22 .560 Hawaii 12-15-1 .446 Hawaii-Hilo 6-6 .500 Hawaii Pacific 10-4 .714 Houston 0-3 .000 Iowa 0-2 .000 Jacksonville St. 1-0 1.000 La Verne 17-3 .850 Lewis & Clark 0-2 .000 Livingston 0-1 .000 Long Beach State 33-31-2 .515 Lowell 1-0 1.000 Loyola Marymount 21-18 .538 Minn. State-Mankato 2-0 1.000 Master’s College 5-6-1 .458 Mesa State 6-1 .857 Missouri 1-1 .500 Montana State-Billings 3-0 1.000 Montclair State 0-1 .000 Nebraska 11-12 .478 Nevada 0-1 .000 New Haven 4-0 1.000

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Opponent W-L Pct. New Mexico Highlands 1-0 1.000 New Mexico State 1-1 .500 Northern Colorado 2-0 1.000 Northeastern 1-0 1.000 Northern Kentucky 0-1 .000 Oklahoma 1-1 .500 Oral Roberts 3-1 .750 Oregon 3-0 1.000 Pace 1-1 .500 Pacific 1-1 .500 Pennsylvania 2-0 1.000 Pepperdine 31-28 .525 Point Loma 8-3 .727 Pomona College 0-1 .000 Portland 0-1 .000 Portland State 1-1 .500 Redlands 10-2 .833 Regis 2-0 1.000 Rice 0-1 .000 Sacramento State 4-5 .444 Sacred Heart 1-0 1.000 Saint Martin’s 19-3 .864 Sam Houston St. 1-1 .500 San Diego 24-23-1 .510 San Diego Christian 1-0 1.000 San Diego State 32-41-3 .441 San Francisco State 53-31 .631 San Jose State 3-1 .750 Santa Clara 1-5 .167 Sonoma State 36-44 .450 Southern Illinois 1-1 .500 S. Ill.-Edwardsville 2-0 1.000 Southern Utah 7-2 .777 Stanford 7-17 .292 Tampa 10-1 .909 TCU 1-1 .500 UC Davis 15-20 .429 UC Irvine 14-17-1 .453 UCLA 20-39 .338 UC Riverside 86-93-1 .481 UC Santa Barbara 23-27-1 .461 UC San Diego 24-43 .358 UNLV 0-1 .000 USC 22-38 .344 USF 2-2 .500 USIU 8-5 .615 Utah 1-1 .500 Valdosta State (GA) 2-1 .667 Vanguard 4-0 1.000 Washington State 0-1 .000 Wayne State 2-0 1.000 Weber State 7-1 .875 Western Oregon 6-0 1.000 Westmont 12-1 .923 Whittier 10-2-1 .808 Wichita State 1-3 .250 Wyoming 2-1 .667 Yale 1-1 .500


bronco baseball 2011 CAL POLY POMONA MEN’S SOCCER RECORD BOOK

Cal Poly Pomona Baseball Yearly Leaders 1960

Pitching Wins ………….Jim Rogers, 11 Percentage ……Jim Rogers, 11-2, .846 ERA…………..Paul Smith, 2.96 Hitting Average ………Dick Polos, .415 Home Runs …..Jim Greaves, 3 Most Valuable Player: Dick Polos

1961

Pitching Wins …………Ken Robinson, 8 Percentage …...Ken Robinson, 8-1, 889 ERA ………….Jim Johnson, 1.76 Hitting Average ……..Al Hammerschmidt, .338 Home Runs ….Jim Greaves, 5 Most Valuable Player: Al Hammerschmidt

1962

Pitching Wins …………Butch Hughes, 8 Percentage …...Ken Robinson, 5-3, .625 ERA ………….Lee Losee, 1.69 Hitting Average ……..Tom Hinkle, .313 Home Runs ….Mike Arnone, 3 Most Valuable Player: Al Hammerschmidt

1963

Pitching Wins ………..Lee Losee, 10 Percentage ….George Fowlkes, 6-2, .750 ERA ………..Paul Smith, 2.96 Hitting Average ……Tom Hinkle, .369 Home Runs ...Larry Reed, 3 Most Valuable Player: Lee Losee

1964

Pitching Wins ……….Paul Coleman, 9 Percentage …Paul Coleman, 9-2, .818 ERA ……….Paul Coleman, 2.51 Hitting Average ……Tom Gafney, .385 Home Runs ..Gafney, Schanz, White, 2 Most Valuable Player: Paul Coleman

1965

Pitching Wins ………George Fowlkes, 9 Percentage …Mark Foss, 5-1, .833 ERA ……….George Fowlkes, 2.09 Hitting Average ……Tom Ferraro Home Runs …Louis Smith, 5 Most Valuable Player: Louis Smith, Fred Yanez

1966

Pitching Wins ………Mark Foss, 8 Percentage ...Mark Foss, 8-3, .727 ERA ………Paul Coleman, 3.46 Hitting Average …..Doug Moore, .328 Home Runs .Bob Wissler, 4 Most Valuable Player: Jim Ferguson

1967

Pitching Wins ………Denis Murray, Rich Stillinger, 5 Percentage ...Rich Stillinger, 5-1, .833 ERA ……….Denis Murray, 2.40 Hitting Average ……Doug Moore, .298 Home Runs…Johnson, Hunt, Wissler, 3 Most Valuable Player: Denis Murray

1968

Pitching Wins ……….Rich Stillinger, 9 Percentage ….Rich Stillinger, 9-2, .818 ERA ………..Rich Stillinger, 362 Hitting Average …….Dennis Nespor, .362 Home Runs …Dennis Nespor, 8 Most Valuable Player: Dennis Nespor

1969

Pitching Wins ……….Steve Nielsen, 8 Percentage …Steve Nielsen, 8-5, .615 ERA ………..Mark Wiley, 2.08 Hitting Average ……Rich Gallagher, .363 Home Runs ...Rich Gallagher, 6 Most Valuable Player: Dan Blood

1970

Pitching Wins ……….Mark Wiley, 15 Percentage …Mark Wiley, 15-4, .789 ERA ……….Mike Wendt, 2.27 Hitting Average ……Frank Cappiello, .376 Home Runs…Dan Blood, 4 Most Valuable Player: Mark Wiley

1971

Pitching Wins ………Roger Fechner, 7 Percentage …Roger Fechner, 7-8, .467 ERA ……….Roger Fechner, 2.17 Hitting Average ……Jay Zuanich, .294 Home Runs ...Gil Marrujo, 3 RBI …………Gil Marrujo, 26 Most Valuable Player: None selected

1972

Pitching Wins ……….Roger Fechner, 9 Percentage …Roger Fechner, 9-5, .642 ERA ………..Roger Fechner, 3.04 Hitting Average …….Jim Fradella, .350 Home Runs …Jim Fradella, 7 RBI …………Jim Fradella, 35 Most Valuable Player: Jim Fradellaq

1973

Pitching Wins ……….Vic Bernal, 8 Percentage ….Vic Bernal, 8-6, .571 ERA ………..Dee King, 2.10 Hitting Average …….Steve Ludewig, .441 Home Runs….Wayne Gross, 6 RBI …………Mitchell Page, 33 Most Valuable Player: Wayne Gross

1974

Pitching Wins ………..John Riddle, 7 Percentage ….John Riddle, 7-4, .363 ERA ………..John Riddle, 2.64 Hitting Average ……Dennis Rogers, .333 Home Runs ...Steve Herter, 6 RBI ………..Dennis Rogers, 26 Most Valuable Player: John Riddle

1975

Pitching Wins ……….Vic Bernal, 5 Percentage ….Howard Ashlock, 4-2, .667 ERA ………..Bruce MacPherson, 2.58 Hitting Average …….Carl Catlin, .404 Home Runs …Carl Catlin, Clay Harris, 2 RBI …………Pete Alexander, 18 Most Valuable Player: Vic Bernal

1976

Pitching Wins ………..Bruce MacPherson, 13 Percentage ….Bruce MacPherson, 13-8, .619 ERA ………..Bruce MacPherson, 3.50 Hitting Average …….Ken Hellyer, .398 Home Runs …Dennis Sherow, 12 RBI …………Ken Hellyer, 62 Most Valuable Player: Team (NCAA champions!)

1977

Pitching Wins ……….Chuck Belk, 6 Percentage ….Chuck Belk, 6-12, .333 ERA ………..Chuck Belk, 3.96

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bronco baseball Cal Poly Pomona Yearly Leaders (Continued) Hitting Average …….Kevin McLean, .312 Home Runs …Scot Pyle, 3 RBI …………Kevin McLean, 27 Most Valuable Player: Chuck Belk, Kevin McLean

1978

Pitching Wins ………..Randy Nelson, 6 Percentage ….Randy Nelson, 6-10, .375 ERA ………...Alan Fowlkes, 3.23 Hitting Average …….John Broders, .368 Home Runs Groth, Harris, McLean, Najera, White, 1 Most Valuable Player: John Broders

Hitting Average ………Larry Beardman, .405 Home Runs …...Steve Stanley, Larry Beardman, 7 RBI ……………Larry Beardman, 40 Most Valuable Player: Team (NCAA champions!) 1984 Pitching Wins ………….Kirk Washington, 9 Percentage ……Mike Munoz, 7-6, .538 ERA …………..Jeff Nolan, 3.92

1979 Pitching Wins ………Alan Fowlkes, 11 Percentage ..Alan Fowlkes, 11-5, .687 ERA ……….Kevan Combs, 2.29

Hitting Average ………Ron Johns, .370 Home Runs …..Ron Johns, 11 RBI …………..Ron Johns, 45 Most Valuable Player: Ron Johns

Hitting Average ……John Broders, .366 Home Runs ...Chris Clark, 5 RBI ……….John Broders, 57 MVP: Team (West Region champions)

1985 Pitching Wins …………Mike Munoz, 16 Percentage …...Mike Munoz, 16-6, .727 ERA ………….Mike Munoz, 3.33

1980 Pitching Wins ………Alan Fowlkes, 21 Percentage …Alan Fowlkes, 21-2, .913 ERA ……….Alan Fowlkes, 2.44

Hitting Average ……..John Love, .405 Home Runs ….John Love, 13 RBI ………….Tom Weeks, 60 MVP: Team (NCAA West Region runners-up)

Hitting Average ……Chris Clark, .407 Home Runs …Chris Clark, Ken Foster, 10 RBI …………Mike Ashman, 56 Most Valuble Player: Team (NCAA champions!)

1986 Pitching Wins …………Kirk Washington, 10 Percentage ……Kirk Washington, 10-4, .714 ERA ………….Mike Munoz, 3.34

1981 Pitching Wins …………Mark Border, 11 Percentage ……Rich Bruner, 7-4, .636 ERA ………….Rich Bruner, 2.72

Hitting Average ………Tom Lorenz, .376 Home Runs Steve Manes, Marty Rivero, Tom Weeks, 10 RBI …………..Marty Rivero, 43 Most Valuable Player: Steve Manes

Hitting Average ………John Hotchkiss, .426 Home Runs …..John Hotchkiss, 13 RBI …………..John Hotchkiss, 47 Most Valuable Player: John Hotchkiss 1982 Pitching Wins …………Mark Border, 8 Percentage ……Mark Border, 8-5, .615 ERA ………….Dan Blanchette, 2.72 Hitting Average ………Robert Posey, .333 Home Runs …...Steve Stanley, 6 RBI …………...Eric Stewart, 36 Most Valuable Player: Eric Stewart

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1983 Pitching Wins ………….Steve Ziem, Steve Gomez, 12 Percentage ……Steve Gomez, 12-5, .706 ERA ………….Kirk Washington, 2.79

Hitting Average ………David Hajek, .368 Home Runs …...Brian Grier, 8 RBI ……………Chris Butterfield, 47 Most Valuable Player: Jim Chapman 1989 Pitching Wins ………….Wayne Koklys, 7 Percentage …….Wayne Koklys, 7-4, .636 ERA …………..Wayne Koklys, 2.90 Hitting Average ………Chris Goldbach, .387 Home Runs ……Chris Butterfield, 9 RBI ……………Chris Goldbach, 53 Most Valuable Player: Chris Goldbach 1990 Pitching Wins ………….Bret Lachemann, 5 Percentage ……NA ERA …………..Scott Bush, 4.25 Hitting Average ………Dan Andrews, .387 Home Runs …..Matt Bullock, 4 RBI …………..Dan Andrews, 20 Most Valuable Player: Dan Andrews 1991 Pitching Wins …………Dan Mead, 7 Percentage …..Dan Mead, 7-3, .700 ERA …………Geoff Johansen, 2.81 Hitting Average ……..Ramiro Garcia, .386 Home Runs ….Ramiro Garcia, 4 RBI ………….Ramiro Garcia, 30 Most Valuable Player: Ramiro Garcia 1992 Pitching Wins …………Shannon Albraight, 6 Percentage ……Geoff Blake, 5-1, .833 ERA ………….Dan Mead, 3.67

1987 Pitching Wins ………….Charlie Webb, 12 Percentage …….Charlie Webb, 12-6, .667 ERA …………..Charlie Webb, 2.64

Hitting Average ………Brian Mena, .390 Home Runs …..Matt Bullock, 8 RBI …………..Chris Hunt, 35 Most Valuable Player: Brian Mena

Hitting Average ………David Hajek, .353 Home Runs ……Tom Weeks, 11 RBI ……………Tom Weeks, 58 Most Valuable Player: Charlie Webb

1993

1988 Pitching Wins ………….Wayne Koklys, 13 Percentage …….Wayne Koklys, 13-5, .722 ERA …………..Dave Berry, 4.10

Hitting Average ………Brian Mena, .406 Home Runs …...Brian Dennis, 4 RBI ……………Brian Mena, 50 Most Valuable Player: Brian Mena

Pitching Wins ………….Shannon Albraight, 7 Percentage …….Shannon Albraight, 7-5, .583 ERA …………..Jeff Wengel, 3.09


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Cal Poly Pomona Yearly Leaders (Continued) 1994 Pitching Wins ………….Mike Kurnik, 9 Percentage ……Mike Kurnik, 9-4, .692 ERA …………..Joe Ramirez, 4.47 Hitting Average ………Dave Anderlik, .400 Home Runs …..Brian Dennis, 11 RBI …………..Tom Eide, 61 SB …………….Aaron Edwards, 40 Most Valuable Player: Brian Dennis 1995 Pitching Wins …………..Joe Ramirez, 8 Percentage …….Randy Robinson, 5-0, 1.000 ERA …………..Randy Robinson, 2.20 Hitting Average ………Noel Magpoc, .333 Home Runs …...Dwayne Hall, 2 RBI ……………Jason Wakefield, 31 SB …………….Noel Magpoc, 24 Most Valuable Player: Noel Magpoc 1996 Pitching Wins …………..Joe Ramirez, 6 Percentage …….Joe Ramirez, 6-4, .600 ERA …………..Joe Ramirez, 4.70 Hitting Average …Anthony Iten, Cesar Barrera, .319 Home Runs …..Anthony Iten, 10 RBI …………..Anthony Iten, 43 Most Valuable Player: Anthony Iten 1997 Pitching Wins …………Michael Danbo, 9 Percentage ……Michael Danbo, 9-2, .818 ERA ………….Alex Sanchez, 3.51 Hitting Average ………Oscar Betancourt, .371 Home Runs ….Brad Downing, Joshua Behney, 8 RBI ……………Oscar Betancourt, 44 SB ……………..Barry Brown, 24 Most Valuable Player: Joshua Behney 1998 Pitching Wins ………….Will Morris, 5 Percentage …….Will Morris, 5-3, .625 ERA …………..Will Morris, 4.10 Hitting Average ……….Forest Long, .406 Home Runs ……Rocky Asbury, 13 RBI ……………Rocky Asbury, 47 Most Valuable Player: Chris Fusillo 1999 Pitching

Wins ………….Chris Amaya, 7 Percentage ……Chris Amaya, 7-3, .700 ERA …………..Chris Amaya, 4.37 Hitting Average ………Justin Davis, .405 Home Runs …..Andre Gomez, 5 RBI …………..Ryan Vorell, 38 2000 Pitching Wins …………Andrew Perkins, 7 Percentage …..Will Morris, 6-3, .667 ERA …………Andrew Perkins, 3.54 Hitting Average …….Jeff Ellena, .365 Home Runs …Ryan Vorell, 9 RBI …………Chris Fusillo, 53 2001 Pitching Wins ……….Donnie Furnald, 10 Percentage …Donnie Furnald, 10-3, .769 ERA ……….Steve Kaustinen, 3.51 Hitting Average ……Justin Davis, .383 Home Runs …Ryan Vorell, 14 RBI ………..Ryan Vorell, 58 2002 Pitching Wins ………Kevin Waldinger, 7 Percentage …Kevin Waldinger, 7-3, .700 ERA ……….Kevin Waldinger, 3.81 Hitting Average …..Matt Stevens, .373 Home Runs.. Gregor Connors, 7 RBI ……….Anthony Gonzales, 43 2003 Pitching Wins ……….Efren Lira, Taylor Wilding, Chad Burleson, 3 Percentage …Taylor Wilding, 3-3, .500 ERA ………..Efren Lira, 3.06 Hitting Average ……….Anthony Gonzales, .356 Home Runs …Jason Stuck, 11 RBI …………Anthony Gonzales, James Nepa, Jason Stuck, 28 2004 Pitching Wins ……….Jose Munoz, 6 Percentage ….Luis Carreras, Chris Sotro, 4-2, .667 ERA ………..Chris Sotro, 3.05 Hitting Average ……..Kenneth Galindo, .368 Home Runs ….Jarrod Allen, 8 RBI ………….Kenneth Galindo, 30

2005 Pitching Wins ………..Taylor Wilding, 11 Percentage ….Taylor Wilding, .786 ERA ………..Taylor Wilding, 2.80 Hitting Average …….Kevin Falls, .372 Home Runs….Jarrod Allen, Jake Mendrin, 5 RBI …………Jarrod Allen, Jake Mendrin, 33 2006 Pitching Wins ……….Ryan Screnar, 7 Percentage …Rudy Aranda, .667 ERA ……….Luis Carreras, 3.72 Hitting Average ……Kirk Gross, .400 Home Runs ...Anthony Esquer, Jake Mendrin 7 RBI ………...Anthony Esquer, 42 2007 Pitching Wins ……….Ryan Screnar, 5 Percentage …Jarrett Attard, .571 ERA ……….Jarrett Attard, 2.74 Hitting Average ……Kirk Gross, .393 Home Runs ...A.J. Cavaletto, 6 RBI ………...Kirk Gross, 30 2008 Pitching Wins ……….Brandan King, 4 Percentage …Ryan Screnar, .600 ERA ……….Sean Hunter, 3.67 Hitting Average ……Chris Brehm, .375 Home Runs ...A.J. Cavaletto, 5 RBI ………... A.J. Cavaletto, 36 2009 Pitching Wins ……….Kevin Bosson, 4 Percentage Brandan King, 1.000 ERA ……….Casey Yokubatis, 3.92 Hitting Average ……Jeff Ringholm, .389 Home Runs ...Jenzen Torres, 9 RBI ………... Chris Brehm, 36 2010 Pitching Wins ………... Geoff Broussard, 7 Percentage Geoff Broussard, .700 ERA ………...Ryan Dunn, 3.44 Hitting Average ………...Travis Taijeron, .345 Home Runs ……Travis Taijeron, 16 RBI ………... Jenzen Torres, 54

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bronco baseball Cal Poly Pomona Yearly Leaders (Continued) 2011 Pitching Wins ………... Kevin Bosson, 10 Percentage Kevin Bosson, .666 ERA ………...Shane Philipps, 1.89 Hitting Average ………...Travis Taijeron, .392 Home Runs ……Travis Taijeron, 16 RBI ………......Travis Taijeron, 51 2012 Pitching Wins.............Geoff Broussard, 11 Percentage........Erick Ruvalcaba, 1.000 ERA................Geoff Broussard, 1.58 Hitting Average..........Donald Walter, .345 Home Runs......Jenzen Torres, 8 RBI....................Chris Miller, 44 2013 Pitching Wins ………... Kevin Bosson, 8 Percentage Kevin Bosson, 57.14 ERA ………...Cody Ponce, 2.23 Hitting Average..........Brennen Salgado, .351 Home Runs......Jordan Whitman, 4 RBI....................Jordan Whitman, 40

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