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FEB. 15-17................ UC SANTA BARBARA.................. FRESNO, CALIF........................6 PM • 2 PM • 1 PM FEB. 19..................... SACRAMENTO STATE................. FRESNO, CALIF................................................ 6 PM

FEB. 22-24............... @ STANFORD.............................. PALO ALTO CALIF.................5:30 PM • 1 PM • 1PM FEB. 26..................... @ CSU BAKERSFIELD................. BAKERSFIELD, CALIF....................................... 6 PM MAR. 1-3.................. USC............................................. FRESNO, CALIF.........6:35 PM • 6:35 PM • 1:05 PM

JORDAN BRINK #3

So. - Infield - 6-1 - 180 Clovis, Calif. - Central HS

DANIEL DELANEY #6 R-Fr. • Catcher • 5-10 • 190

Thousand Oaks, Calif. • Thousand Oaks HS

JAKE ALVAREZ #7

Jr. - Infield - 5-9 - 160 Fresno, Calif. - (Clovis West HS)

TRENT WOODWARD #10

Jr. - Catcher - 6-2 - 195 - Hilmar, Calif. - Chino Hills, Calif. (Orange Coast CC)

AUSTIN WYNNS #12

Sr. - Catcher - 6-2 - 205 Poway, Calif. - (Poway HS)

TYLER STIREWALT #14 Jr. - Pitcher - 6-3 - 215 -

San Bernadino, Calif. - (St. Thomas Aquinas HS)

MAR. 5...................... SAN JOSE STATE........................ FRESNO, CALIF........................................... 6:35 PM MAR. 7-10................ @ CALIFORNIA........................... BERKELEY, CALIF.....2:30 PM • 2:30 PM • 1PM • 1PM MAR. 15-17.............. SAN DIEGO STATE....................... FRESNO, CALIF.........6:35 PM • 6:35 PM • 1:05 PM MAR. 19.................... @ PACIFIC.................................. STOCKTON, CALIF............................................ 6 PM

DERICK VELAZQUEZ #15

So. - Pitcher - 6-4 - 190 Los Banos, Calif. - (Los Banos HS)

SHOTA RUNGE #16

R-Fr. - Infield - 5-7 - 170 Clovis, Calif. - (Buchanan HS)

TAYLOR TEMPEL #19

So. - Outfield - 6-0 - 175 Clovis, Calif. - (Clovis HS)

JAKE SHULL #20

Fr. - Pitcher - 5-10 - 180 Tracy, Calif. - (Tracy HS)

KEVIN VIERS #21

Fr. - Infield - 6-1 - 190 Yorba Linda, Calif. - (Esperanza HS)

TRENT GARRISON #24

Sr. - Catcher - 6-0 - 190 Murrieta, Calif. - (Vista Murrieta HS)

MAR. 22-24.............. @ AIR FORCE.............................. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO......2 PM • 2 PM • 12 PM MAR. 26.................... @ SACRAMENTO STATE............. SACRAMENTO, CALIF...................................... 6 PM MAR. 28-30.............. @ NEVADA.................................. RENO, NEV...............................6 PM • 6 PM • 1 PM APR. 2....................... PACIFIC....................................... FRESNO, CALIF........................................... 6:35 PM

JORDAN LUPLOW #27

So. - Outfield - 6-1 - 190 Clovis, Calif. - (Buchanan HS)

AARON JUDGE #29

Jr. - Outfield - 6-7 - 255 Linden, Calif. - (Linden HS)

LOUIE PAYETTA #30

Fr. - Infield - 5-11 - 170 Huntington Beach, Calif. - (Huntington Beach HS)

TAYLOR WARD #31

Fr. - Catcher - 6-2 - 190 Indio, Calif. - (Shadow Hills HS)

CHRIS MARISCAL #32

TIM BORST #35

So. - Infield - 5-11 - 175 Fresno, Calif. - (Clovis North HS)

Fr. - Pitcher - 6-0 - 190 Moreno Valley, Calif. - (Tahquitz HS)

BLAKE QUINN #42

GARRETT MUNDELL #43

APR. 5-7................... UNLV........................................... FRESNO, CALIF.........6:35 PM • 6:35 PM • 1:05 PM APR. 10..................... @ UC DAVIS................................ DAVIS, CALIF.`............................................ 2:30 PM APR. 12-14............... @ NEW MEXICO.......................... ALBUQUERQUE, NM..............5 PM • 4 PM • 11 AM APR. 17..................... CSU BAKERSFIELD..................... FRESNO, CALIF........................................... 6:35 PM APR. 19-21............... AIR FORCE.................................. FRESNO, CALIF.........6:35 PM • 6:35 PM • 1:05 PM

BRODY RUSSELL #36

Fr. - Outfield - 6-1 - 190 Bakersfield, Calif. - (Centennial HS)

LUKE WIECHEC #37

Fr. - Pitcher - 6-4 - 210 Mountain View, Calif. - (Los Altos HS)

WILLIAM MUNRO #38

TIM LINEHAN #39

So. - Pitcher - 6-5 - 195 San Marcos, Calif. - (San Marcos HS)

Jr. - Pitcher - 6-0 - 240 Sacramento, Calif. - (Sheldon HS)

Fr. - Pitcher - 6-5 - 210 Fresno, Calif. - (Bullard HS)

MIKE BATESOLE

STEVE ROUSEY

RYAN OVERLAND

So • Pitcher • 6-6 • 230 Lake Forest, Calif. • (El Toro HS)

APR. 23..................... @ CSU BAKERSFIELD................. BAKERSFIELD, CA........................................... 6 PM APRIL 26-28............. @ SAN DIEGO STATE.................. SAN DIEGO, CALIF.....................6 PM • 2PM • 1PM APRIL 30................... CSU BAKERSFIELD..................... FRESNO, CALIF........................................... 6:35 PM

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CONNOR CHASE #47

Fr. - Pitcher - 6-5 - 210 Valencia, Calif. - (Valencia HS)

AARON GILLIS #48

So. - Pitcher - 6-3 - 190 -Valley Springs, Calif. - (Delta College)

MAY 7....................... HAWAII........................................ FRESNO, CALIF........................................... 6:35 PM MAY 10-12................ NEW MEXICO.............................. FRESNO, CALIF....... 6:35 PM, • 6:35 PM • 12:05 PM MAY 16-18................ NEVADA...................................... FRESNO, CALIF........ 6:35 PM, • 6:35 PM • 6:35 PM MAY 22-26................ MW TOURNAMENT...................... FRESNO, CALIF..................................................TBD WAC TOURNAMENT | May 23-27 | Mesa, Ariz. | Hohokam Stadium All Times Pacific. Home Games in Bold White. *WAC opponent. All times are subject to change.

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COMPETITIVE FACILITIES FreSno State aQUatIcS center

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The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

Fresno State’s Pete Beiden Field is one of the premier college ballparks in the country and home to the 2008 College World Series Champion Bulldogs. The facility was built in 1966 and redesigned in 1983. It features 3,575 theater-style seats, a spacious press box, locker rooms, new restrooms and concession stands, offices for the coaching staff, indoor and outdoor batting cages and six mounds inside two bullpens.

Bulldog Stadium has established itself as one of the most difficult places to win for visiting teams. One of the premier stadiums in the Mountain West, Bulldog Stadium seats 41,031 fans and features 22 sky suites. In 2004, Bulldog Stadium was voted one of the 25 best college football stadiums by CBSSportsline.com.

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The Ricchiuti Academic Center, benefiting all student-athletes, provides study tables, tutorial and computer labs, plus office suites for the academic advisors and compliance personnel. One of the newest additions to the Fresno State athletics complex, this facility is a cornerstone where student-athletes can be served and is a focal point of the new Student-Athlete Village, a part of Fresno State’s master facility plan.

The $100 million plus facility opened in November 2003 with a seating capacity of 15,596. It contains 32 private suites, a club level concourse, team locker rooms and athletics training facilities. With its size, scope, unique architectural features and state-of-the-art video, sound and telecom systems, the center will serve as the major provider of entertainment and home of Bulldog men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs.

The 10,000 square-foot weight room facility houses a host of free weights, as well as, a variety of modern fitness equipment. The spacious room is equipped with 25,000 pounds of Olympic weights. A long list of Bulldog athletes have been voted as a National Strength and Conditioning Association All-Americans. The strength and conditioning program at Fresno State is ergonomically designed for the greatest efficiency and safety.

Regarded as one of the finest softball facilities in the country, Bulldog Diamond boasts a seating capacity of 3,288. The stadium features 1,688 permanent seat-back chairs that include 388 box seats, a beautiful grass berm that surrounds the outfield fence, sunken dugouts, lights, concessions stands, restrooms, practice areas, indoor and outdoor batting cages and one of the most spacious press boxes in all of college softball.

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With the wide array of golf courses in close proximity to the Fresno State campus, Bulldog golfers have the opportunity to refine their skills at some of California’s finest clubs. San Joaquin CC hosted the NCAA Championship final, WAC Championships and U.S. Mid-Amateur; Sunnyside CC hosted the 1981 U.S. Junior Amateur and California State Junior Championship; and Fort Washington CC hosted two PGA Tour qualifiers. The official practice course is Riverbend Golf Club.

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The Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center is one of the premier facilities in the west and has become a key fixture in the recent success of the Bulldog men’s and women’s tennis teams. Host to numerous NCAA and conference postseason tournaments, the Wathen Center boasts approximately 400 luxury chair-back seats atop the platform that face the complex’s six main courts, making for easy viewing of all six courts.

The Student Horse Center, located on the Fresno State campus, is the site of all Fresno State equestrian home shows. The facility features 20 stalls in a main barn and an additional 20 in an adjacent pipe barn. All horse-related activities sponsored by the department are held at the horse center, which also features two adjacent large arenas and bleacher and burm seating for fans, as well as a permanent scoreboard.

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Home to the men’s and women’s track and field programs, Warmerdam Field has been playing host to Fresno State home meets since 1976. The nine-lane, 400-meter oncampus facility is named after Cornelius “Dutch” Warmerdam, the former Fresno State head coach and world record holder in the pole vault. It has served as the host for the Fresno Relays, Cal-Nevada Championships and numerous conference championship events.

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FreSno State Soccer & LacroSSe StadIUM

FreSno State aQUatIcS center The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for Kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

FreSno State Soccer & LacroSSe FIeLd The Fresno State Soccer & Lacrosse Field was established in 2009 with the installation of fencing and landscaping around the perimeter of the venue. A permanent scoreboard, sound system, along with spectator seating is scheduled for installation in the fall of 2011, with a permanent pressbox,

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additional fixed seating and other amenities planned for installation in the following seasons. The playing surface is a hybrid Bermuda grass blend.

BULLdoG StadIUM FIeLdtUrF proJect Fresno State student-athletes will be playing on the very best in turf technology with the installation of the FieldTurf Revolution system at Bulldog Stadium. FieldTurf’s Revolution

FreSno State aQUatIcS center

fiber technology is the result of innovative science, engineering and technology that will provide FieldTurf customers with a soft, strong monofilament fiber with extraordinary durability and longevity.

With a consistent surface for year-round

use, the new addition to Bulldog Stadium demonstrated the university’s and community’s commitment to safety and sustainability as the Bulldogs compete as one of the nation’s elite programs.

MeYerS FaMILY SportS MedIcIne center The Sports Medicine Center will be a 10,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that is designed to enhance the health

MeYerS FaMILY SportS MedIcIne center

and welfare of all Bulldog student-athletes. This unique and essential facility will allow for preventative medicine, nutritional counseling, physician examination, injury treatment, on-site x-ray and rehabilitation services, and

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State sports medicine staff and physicians group. The Sports Medicine Center will serve as the third cornerstone of Fresno State’s “Student-Athlete Village,” designed to

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provide Bulldog student-athletes with a single and secure facility intended to assist their well-being, development, and achievement. No single facility will have a more positive effect on the daily physical well-being and lives of Bulldog studentathletes.

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WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE? We’re a campus that treasures scholarship and creative thinking. Our Our Campaign for Fresno State has raised $178 million and counting, Smittcamp Family Honors College is one of the most comprehensive, 6.providing private support for student scholarships and program 1. full-scholarship academic honors programs at any university in California. assistance in every school and college on campus. Only the best students from across California can meet the rigorous intellectual and creative requirements for the college.

Fresno State operates the only commercial winery at any university in the country. The Fresno State Winery has won many of the industry’s 2. most prized awards.

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Fresno State is home to the $100 million Save Mart Center. A second phase of the project added a center for business innovation and a student recreational center.

Fresno State is the California campus most associated with the Sierra Nevada. Students can leave the campus and in one hour can be 7. skiing or hiking at 7,000 feet in Kings Canyon or Sequoia National parks. Yosemite National Park is just under two hours away.

Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new 8. technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching.

Fresno State boasts some of the best sports programs for both women and men in California. Our booster group, the vaunted “Red 4. Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a Wave,” is one of the largest in the country. growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new 9. technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking The complete spectrum of education is represented on campus – experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 from a nationally ranked preschool to doctoral work. The campus is endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching. 5. home to University High School, a charter school which has been ranked 36th among 18,000 public high schools by U.S. News & World Report. Community service is a campus hallmark, and each year 14,000 We proudly continue today as one of California’s top campuses for the 10.students, faculty and staff volunteer more than 1 million hours of preparation of new teachers. service for the good of the region. The economic impact of their efforts is an estimated $26 million, measured by national philanthropic standards.

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• Theresa Alvillar-Speake, Director of the Office of Minority Economic Impact, Dept. of Energy • Marvin Baxter, Justice, California Supreme Court • Lee P. Brown, former Mayor of Houston, former New York Police Commissioner • Cruz Bustamante, former California Lieutenant Governor • Joy Covey, Former Chief Strategy Officer, Amazon.com • Sid Craig, CEO, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Jenny Craig, Inc. • Brigadier General Jon Gallinetti, Assistant Wing Commander, US Marines • Kenny Guinn, former Governor of Nevada • Colonel Rick Husband, Mission Commander, Shuttle Columbia, 2003 • Sam Iacobellis, CEO, Rockwell International (retired), lead developer of B1 bomber • Bill Jones, former California Secretary of State • Col. Steven Nagel, NASA Astronaut • Paul O’Neill, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, CEO of Alcoa Corporation

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STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES The goal of the Fresno State Student-Athlete Services (SAS) Office is to help student-athletes successfully manage academic responsibilities and complete their baccalaureate degrees while they maintain athletic eligibility.

WHo We are and WHo We SerVe

The SAS staff includes a director, professional academics advisors, a learning specialist, graduate interns and tutors in a variety of subject areas. Each staff member is trained to deal with the special needs of student-athletes and works with all prospective, current and former student-athletes. Each student-athlete is assigned an academic advisor who works with that individual throughout his or her collegiate career.

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SAS provides academic assistance through the following specialized services: – Academic advising for declared and undeclared majors – Monitoring class selection, course load, attendance, and progress – Study hall, tutorial assistance, and computer access and support – Classes on academic success strategies for new student-athletes – Individual counseling and referral services for student-athletes with learning disabilities, study skills deficits, career uncertainties and personal concerns – Encouragement toward involvement in community activities such as Red Ribbon Week and the Little Heroes Program with Children’s Hospital of Central California

LIFe SKILLS deVeLopMent

The CHAMPS program is designed to help student-athletes learn life management principles, develop lifelong learning and leadership skills and continue a pattern of personal and interpersonal growth. Throughout their enrollment at Fresno State, student-athletes are provided services which help them identify and achieve their educational, career, personal and athletic goals. Included in the CHAMPS program is a three-unit class for freshmen called University 1. The class provides an orientation to campus resources and teaches effective study skills in a number of areas including time management, note taking, reading comprehension, memory skills and test taking. Life skills development topics include nutrition, sports and drugs, career exploration and goal setting.

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The ACE Program is designed to meet the special academic needs of studentathletes with more specific learning challenges. Coordinated by the department’s Learning Assistance Specialist, participants in the program are provided with specialized tutorial assistance and study skills development in addition to weekly accountability meetings, workshops on various life skills issues, assistance with accommodations and personal counseling or referral when necessary.

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FRESNO STATE STUDENT-ATHLETE PRESIDENT’S MEDAL WINNERS

SAS administers the summer session scholarship program, which allows our student-athletes the opportunity to take additional courses toward graduation and accelerate their degree completion.

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Student-Athlete Services also oversees the Post-Eligibility Scholarship program designed to assist student-athletes who have completed their athletic eligibility in reaching their graduation goal. Scholarship awards are given to those who have been on athletic aid, are in good academic standing and are within 30 units of completing their degrees.

nIGHt oF cHaMpIonS BanQUet

Fresno State’s Night of Champions highlights the successes of the athletes from the previous season both on the field and in the classroom. Team champions, individual champions, and various academic award honorees all earned recognition in a night truly meant for champions.

FreSno State’S acadeMIc aLL-aMerIcanS 1985 Barbara Cambria, SB, 2nd Team Rita Walker, SB, HM 1987 Wendy Martell, WBB, 3rd Team 1988 Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team 1990 Terry Carpenter, SB, 3rd Team Simone Cesh, T&F, 3rd Team Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team 1991 Terry Carpenter, SB, 1st Team

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2001 Liesl Fichbauer, WTN, 1st Team Lindsay Fossatti, SB, 3rd Team Becky Witt, SB, 1st Team

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2004 Jamie Southern, SB, 3rd Team 2005 Jamie Southern, SB, 2nd Team 2006 Jamie Farley, TR, 3rd Team

1994 *Tommy Minor, BB, 1st Team

2007 Robin Mackin, SB, 2nd Team

1995 David Kramer, Soccer, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team

2008 Steve Susdorf, BB, 2nd Team

1996 John Barrington, Golf, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team

2009 Melanie Gloria, WTN, 3rd Team Andrew Jackson, FB, 1st Team Robert Malone, FB 2nd Team

1997 Dora Djilianova,WTN, 2nd Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 1st Team

2010 Katie Lee, S occer, 2nd Team Vince Pascoe, FB, 2nd Team Anastasia Petukhova WTN, 2nd Team

1999 *Dora Djilianova, WTN, 1st Team Melissa Price, T&F, 1st Team Amanda Scott, SB, 2nd Team

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2003 Nino Rivas, Soccer, 2nd Team

1993 Jason Gray, Soccer, 1st Team Tommy Minor, BB , 1st Team

1998 Dora Djilianova, WTN, 2nd Team Joe Gerber, BB, 2nd Team Derrick Mitchell, T&F, 1st Team

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2011 Cecilia Agraz, VB, 3rd Team Kendall VanDine, Soccer, 3rd Team *Academic All-American of the Year

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1992 Jason Gray, Soccer, 2nd Team Philip Romero, BB, 3rd Team

2000 Amanda Scott, SB, 1st Team Payton Williams, FB, 2nd Team Becky Witt, SB, 3rd Team

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• COMMITMENT TO ACADEMICS AND ATHLETICS • OUTSTANDING FACILITIES • LARGEST CSU OUT OF THE 23 UNIVERSITY SYSTEM • RECOGNIZED BY THE NEW YORK TIMES FOR ITS DIVERSITY OF STUDENT POPULATION

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• THE BULLDOGS CONSISTENTLY PLAY A NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AGAINST TEAMS FROM THE BIG WEST, PAC10, WEST COAST CONFERENCE, AND BIG 10 CONFERENCES. • BULLDOG BASEBALL GAMES CAN BE HEARD ON FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS FLAGSHIP STATION AM 940 KYNO.

• ALL 16 OF THE LAST 16 SENIORS HAVE FINISHED THEIR CAREERS WITH A DEGREE OR ON TRACK TO GRADUATE WITH ONLY ONE ADDITIONAL SEMESTER • 455 ACADEMIC ALL-WAC SELECTIONS AND 1 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN • RICCHIUTI ACADEMIC CENTER • SMITTCAMP FAMILY HONORS COLLEGE

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• 32 NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES • 1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN 2008 AND 4 CONSECUTIVE NCAA APPEARANCES • 33 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 35 ALL-AMERICANS, 21 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS AND 238 FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS • 73 WINNING SEASONS

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• THE BULLDOGS AVERAGED 2,308 AT HOME GAMES IN 2009. • 3,575-SEAT BEIDEN FIELD HAS HOSTED EIGHT NCAA REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS SINCE 1979. • IT FEATURES 3,575 THEATRE-STYLE SEATS, A SPACIOUS PRESS BOX, LOCKER ROOMS, NEW RESTROOMS AND CONCESSION STANDS, OFFICES FOR THE COACHING STAFF, INDOOR HITTING FACILITY AND BULLPENS.

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• THE BULLDOGS HAVE HAD 26 GAMES AIR NATIONALLY ON ESPN SINCE 1988. • UNDER BATESOLE, THE DOGS HAVE BEEN TELEVISED 18 TIMES. • IN 2008, 10 GAMES AIRED ON ESPN AND IN 2006, 2007, AND 2009 FRESNO STATE’S REGIONAL WAS AIRED ON ESPN.

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• 48 PLAYERS HAVE BEEN DRAFTED UNDER BATESOLE AT FRESNO STATE. • 12 FIRST ROUND PICKS IN PROGRAM HISTORY, MOST RECENTLY NO. 26TH OVERALL RICHIE ROBNETT IN 2004, NO. 25TH OVERALL MATT GARZA IN 2005 AND NO. 44 TANNER SCHEPPERS IN 2009.

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• THE BULLDOG FOUNDATION • THE DOG POUND – DEDICATED STUDENT FAN SECTION • LOVE THE GAME • DIVERSE ACTIVITIES AND NATURAL WONDERS • INVOLVEMENT WITH COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS

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• FRESNO STATE’S MISSION AND COMMITMENT TO ITS STUDENT-ATHLETES • STUDENT AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT • STAFF’S COMMITMENT TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STUDENT-ATHLETE • PASSION FOR THE GAME

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• MIKE BATESOLE – 8TH HEAD COACH OF THE FRESNO STATE PROGRAM HISTORY • IN 16 SEASONS AS A DIVISION I COACH, BATESOLE HAS COACHED 59 ALLCONFERENCE SELECTIONS, 53 ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS, SEVEN ALL-AMERICAN AND SIX FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS. • LED THE BULLDOGS TO FIRST NCAA TITLE IN 2008 AND FOUR-CONSECUTIVE NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES. • WAS NAMED NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR IN 2008 AND 1998 • 63 OF BATESOLE’S FORMER PLAYERS HAVE BEEN DRAFTED, INCLUDING 3 FIRST ROUND PICKS.

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FRESNO STATE’S 2008 CWS GAMES OPPONENT

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The Fresno State baseball team made history in 2008. The Bulldogs became the first No. 4 seed to ever advance to the College World Series. The long journey to reach Omaha was a success, but the Bulldogs had to carve out a new path to reach the finals and make Bulldog history. The Bulldogs faced and beat Rice University, a team used to the CWS spotlight and won a National Championship in that decade. The Bulldogs then met No. 2 North Carolina, the ‘Dogs earned a, 5-3, win in game one against the Tar Heels and then lost game two, 4-3. The Bulldogs faced another elimination game as they took on North Carolina for a third time and defeated the Tar Heels, 6-1. Fresno State headed to the CWS Final Series against Georgia. The Georgia Bulldogs took care of business narrowly beating Fresno State 7-6 in the first game, placing the ‘Dogs in a familiar spot, another elimination game. Fresno State had already battled through and won four elimination games. The Fresno State bats came alive again at the CWS, scoring 19 runs in the second game. The Bulldogs of Georgia could not keep up with the Wonderdogs. Game three would prove to be a historic ending for the Wonderdogs in Omaha. The Bulldogs looked to pitcher Justin Wilson to set the pace. Wilson had nine strikeouts and held Georgia scoreless for seven innings, after facing 32 batters, allowing only five hits and one run. Offensively, Steve Detwiler stole the show hitting 4-for-4 recording two home runs, a double, and six RBIs. The Bulldogs had done it, for the first time in the program history, and Fresno State had won a national championship. Justin Wilson, Erik Wetzel, Stephen Susdorf, Steve Detwiler, and Tom Mendonca were named to the All-Tournament team, and Mendonca was named Most Outstanding Player.

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18,108 23,314 18,611 15,125 19,559 17,223 19,932

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Steve Detwiler recorded two home runs, a double and six

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June 24, 2008 - Georgia 7, Fresno State 6 June 25, 2008 - Fresno State 19, Georgia 10 June 26, 2008 - Fresno STate 6, Georgia 1

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Second baseman Erik Wetzel was named to the CWS AllTournament Team after recording 11 hits, Five RBI’s and batting .355.

Tom Mendonca tied the CWS Record of

four home runs, made big defensive plays and was named the 2008 CWS Most Outstanding Player.

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Steve Susdorf

a senior outfielder, earned a spot on the CWS AllTournament team after batting .333 with four doubles and two home runs.

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started three games at the CWS for the ‘Dogs and earned a win over Georgia in the CWS final game with nine strikeouts in seven innings

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Fresno State Baseball

FRESNO STATE BASEBALL

Proud Tradition

Jeff Weaver Ben Fritz

WINNING WAYS By averaging nearly 40 victories per season since 1980, Fresno State is a program that consistently ranks among the nation’s elite. The Bulldogs received their highest national ranking in school history during the 1988 season, as a consensus No. 1 choice en route to a berth in the College World Series. In 2008, the Bulldogs topped that mark after winning the CWS and finishing the season ranked No. 1. Fresno State has sported a winning percentage of .500 or better in each of the last 31 seasons.

2009 WAC Tournament Champions

CHAMPIONSHIPS Fresno State has made a habit of winning conference titles and competing in the postseason. Since 1922, Fresno State has won 32 league crowns and has made 31 NCAA Tournament appearances, including four trips to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. In 2008, the Bulldogs earned the program’s first National title and became the lowest seeded team to win a championship at No. 4.

DUGOUT CLUB At home or on the road, Fresno State baseball is supported by some of the most loyal fans in college baseball. Over the past 17 seasons, the Bulldogs have averaged close to 2,500 season tickets per year, ranking among the nation’s attendance leaders. The Dugout Club, the country’s largest collegiate baseball booster group, lends year-round support to the Bulldog baseball program. The group has more than 1,000 members and raises funds, assists in upgrading Fresno State’s baseball facilities and provides encouragement for Bulldog players and their families.

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Fresno State has proven to be a breeding ground for future professional baseball players. The Bulldogs have had eleven players taken in the first round of the Major League Baseball amateur draft since 1972 including the selection of Matt Garza as the 25th overall pick by the Minnesota Twins in the 2005 draft. Former All-American Jeff Weaver headlines an outstanding group of current and former major-leaguers that hail from Fresno State. That list extends to coaching as well. Terry Pendleton continued to serve as the hitting instructor for the NL East Champion Atlanta Braves and Mark Gardner completed his fourth year as bullpen coach for the San Francisco Giants.

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PRO CONNECTION

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FRESNO STATE

Fresno State’s

BASEBALL

Beiden Field

Fresno State’s 3,000-seat Pete Beiden Field is one of the premier college parks in the country. It has hosted eight NCAA Regionals since 1979 and is home to some of college baseball’s largest and most enthusiastic crowds. The stadium is named after former Fresno State baseball coach Pete Beiden, who guided the Bulldogs to 600 wins in 21 seasons from 1948-69. Beiden was inducted into the College Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1972 and was honored with a 7-foot statue. The ballpark originally was called Varsity Park before being renamed in Beiden’s honor in 1972.

The facility was built in 1966 and redesigned in 1983. It features 3,575 theatrestyle seats, a spacious press box, locker rooms, new restrooms and concession stands, offices for the coaching staff, four batting cages and six mounds inside two bullpens. The stadium was redesigned at a cost of $2.2 million, which was raised through the efforts of the Dugout Club and a community-wide fund drive. The scoreboard was made possible through donations by American National Bank (now Wells Fargo Bank), Pepsi-Cola and Me-N-Ed’s Pizza Parlors. Since the renovation, Fresno State has been among the nation’s attendance leaders every year, including 1988 and 1989 when the Bulldogs led the country in attendance. In 1998, Beiden Field was upgraded again. The project included the installation of a $300,000 state-of-the-art scoreboard/message center, a new public address system made possible by former Bulldogs and present Major League pitchers Mark Gardner and Bobby Jones and the addition of 2,000 permanent bleachers down both the left and right field lines. The left field bleachers were removed during the 2004 season to make room for the construction of indoor batting cages and a team clubhouse. During the summer of 2005 the right-field bleachers were removed. The stadium structure is composed of cast-in-place and pre-cast concrete. Seating is in a horseshoe configuration, with four rows of box seats nearest the infield, a cross aisle behind, and 16 rows of standard seating elevated behind that. The stadium is equipped with a modern press box, which can seat more than 40 members of the media. Whether it is a trip to the concessions stand for a hot dog or a visit by the DugOut Club’s display cases, fans don’t have to miss a minute of the

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The infield was replaced in 1999 and includes 200,000 square feet of natural grass, with rock dirt on the warning track. The dirt portion of the infield is composed of 60 percent cinder, 20 percent clay and 20 percent turface. In January 2000, groundskeepers Chuck Garcia, Doug Moritz and Ed Zenteno were selected as the winners of the American Baseball Coaches Association/Turface Field Maintenance Award for the upkeep and maintenance of the playing surface. The annual award goes to the school exhibiting outstanding field maintenance and care program. In 2009, the infield was replaced with hybrid Bermuda grass. The infield dirt was completely replaced and consists of 65% sand, 25% clay, 10% dirt, plus an emulsifying agent to help with drainage. Lights were first installed at the facility in 1969 and new lighting was installed prior to the 1996 season. Stadium lighting includes 98 fixtures on eight towers generating 100-foot candles of light in the infield and an average of 80 candles of light in the outfield. The dimensions are 330 feet down the lines, 370 feet to the power alleys and 400 feet to center field. In addition, the numbers of legendary coaches Pete Beiden (#2) and Bob Bennett (#26) have been retired on the outfield wall. Other retired numbers include, Augie Garrido #1, Mark Gardner #28, Bobby Jones #23, Tex Clevenger # 18, Jimy Williams #22, Terry Pendleton #8, Dick Ruthven #17 and #1 Tom Goodwin.

Bulldog Record at Beiden Field Year Record 1966 16-7-1 1967 N/A 1968 N/A 1969 21-9 1970 15-6 1971 20-15 1972 19-15 1973 17-10

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

18-8 14-18 13-14 23-5 22-7 24-12 25-2 27-10 37-3 27-8 35-4 28-13 25-16

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

22-15 44-4 29-11 31-12 28-14 28-11 32-8 24-11 28-8 23-8 25-11 23-14 21-10

2000 21-10 2001 27-14 2002 20-13 2003 23-13 2004 21-16 2005 26-13 2006 35-8 2007 23-13 2008 23-10 2009 21-11 2010 18-17 2011 26-5 Totals 1,068-480-1

Year Opponent FS-Opponent Attendance 1988 USC 17-14/12-3 5,673 1988 USC 17-18 5,455 1989 BYU 9-4 5,455 1989 Michigan 3-5 5,422 1989 Notre Dame 9-8 5,406 1988 Minnesota 10-8 5,355 1991 Stanford 7-5 5,223 1995 Cal State Fullerton 3-7 5,220 1998 Stanford 10-12 (11) 5,113 1988 Stanford 6-5 5,021

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LARGEST HOME CROWDS

action with speakers on the concourse airing the radio play-by-play.

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FRESNO STATE BASEBALL

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

7.............. Jake Alvarez.............................. IF..................5-10.............. 160...................So............. R/R................................. Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West HS) 35............ Tim Borst................................ RHP.................6-0............... 190................... Fr...............L/R........................... Moreno Valley, Calif. (Tahquitz HS) 3.............. Jordan Brink............................. IF...................6-1............... 180...................So..............L/R..........................................Clovis, Calif. (Central HS) 47............ Connor Chase......................... LHP.................6-5............... 210................... Fr...............R/L.................................... Valencia, Calif. (Valencia HS) 6.............. Daniel Delaney.......................... C..................5-10.............. 190................. R-Fr.............L/R............ Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Thousand Oaks HS) 24............ Trent Garrison......................... C/IF.................6-0............... 190...................Sr...............L/R............................Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta HS) 48............ Aaron Gillis.............................. LHP.................6-3............... 190...................So..............L/L......................... Valley Springs, Calif. (Delta College) 29............ Aaron Judge............................ OF..................6-7............... 255................... Jr.............. R/R......................................... Linden, Calif. (Linden HS) 39............ Tyler Linehan........................... LHP.................6-0............... 240................... Jr...............L/L.............................. Sacramento, Calif. (Sheldon HS) 27............ Jordan Luplow......................... OF..................6-1............... 190.................. So............. R/R..................................... Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) 32............ Chris Mariscal........................... IF..................5-11.............. 175...................So............. R/R................................ Fresno, Calif. (Clovis North HS) 43............ Garrett Mundell....................... RHP.................6-6............... 230.................. So............. R/R................................ Lake Forest, Calif. (El Torro HS) 43............ Garrett Mundell....................... RHP.................6-5............... 195.................. So............. R/R.........................San Marcos, Calif. (San Marcos HS) 30............ Louie Payetta............................ IF..................5-11.............. 170................... Fr...............L/R..... Huntington Beach, Calif. (Huntington Beach HS) 42............ Blake Quinn............................ RHP.................6-5............... 210................... Fr.............. R/R.........................................Fresno, Calif. (Bullard HS) 16............ Shota Runge............................. IF...................5-7............... 170................. R-Fr.............L/R..................................... Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) 36............ Brody Russell........................... OF..................6-1............... 190................... Fr.............. R/R............................ Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial HS) 20............ Jake Shull............................... RHP................5-10.............. 180................... Fr.............. R/R.............................................. Tracy, Calif. (Tracy HS) 14............ Tyler Stirewalt.......................... RHP.................6-3............... 215................... Jr.............. R/R................................ San Bernadino, Calif. (Aquinas) 19............ Taylor Tempel........................... OF..................6-0............... 175.................. So..............R/L........................................... Clovis, Calif. (Clovis HS) 15............ Derick Velasquez.................... RHP.................6-4............... 190.................. So............. R/R.............................Los Banos, Calif. (Los Banos HS) 21............ Kevin Viers................................ IF...................6-1............... 190................... Fr...............L/R........................... Yorba Linda, Calif. (Esperanza HS) 31............ Taylor Ward............................... C...................6-2............... 190................... Fr.............. R/R.................................. Indio, Calif. (Shadow Hills HS) 37............ Luke Wiechec......................... RHP.................6-4............... 210................... Fr.............. R/R.........................Mountain View, Calif. (Los Altos HS) 10............ Trent Woodward........................ C...................6-2............... 195................... Jr................ C........................ Chino Hills, Calif. (Orange Coast CC) 12............ Austin Wynns............................ C...................6-2............... 205...................Sr.............. R/R..........................................Poway, Calif. (Poway HS)

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

3......................................Jordan Brink 32................................. Chris Mariscal 30............ ......................Louie Payetta 7......................................Jake Alvarez 16............ .......................Shota Runge 21............ ..........................Kevin Viers

16............ ..................Shota Runge, IF

CATCHERS (5)

7.................................Jake Alvarez, IF 3.............. ...................Jordan Brink, IF 48............................ .Aaron Gillis, LHP 27............ ..............Jordan Luplow, OF 32............ ................Chris Mariscal, IF 20.........................Jordan Mullins, Out 43............ ..........Garrett Mundell, RHP 15............ .......Derick Velasquez, RHP

6.................................. Daniel Delaney 12.................................. Austin Wynns 31............ .........................Taylor Ward 24................................. Trent Garrison 10............ ..................Trent Woodward

OUTFIELD (4)

LEFT-HANDED PITCHERS (2) 47............ .....................Connor Chase 48............ ..........................Aaron Gillis

RIGHT-HANDED PITCHERS (8) 35............ .............................Tim Borst 43............ ...................Garrett Mundell 38............ .....................William Munro 42.....................................Blake Quinn 20............ ............................Jake Shull 14............ ......................Tyler Stirewalt

BY CLASS FRESHMEN (8) 35............ ...................Tim Borst, RHP 47.........................Connor Chase, LHP 30............ .................Louie Payetta, IF 42............ ...............Blake Quinn, RHP 36............ ...............Brody Russell, OF 20............ ..................Jake Shull, RHP 21............ .....................Kevin Viers, IF 31............ .....................Taylor Ward, C

29..............................Aaron Judge, OF 39............ ..............Tyler Linehan, LHP 14............ .............Tyler Stirewalt, RHP 10............ .............Trent Woodward, C

SENIORS (2) 24............ .............Trent Garrison, C/IF 12............ ..................Austin Wynns, C

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location...............................................Fresno, Calif. Enrollment..................................................... 21,000 Nickname.................................................. Bulldogs Colors....................................Bulldog Red and Blue Conference...... Western Athletic Conference (WAC) President...........................................Dr. John Welty Director of Athletics............................Thomas Boeh SWA....................................................Betsy Mosher

Luke Weichec

NCAA Titles................................................. 1 (2008) NCAA College World Series Appearances............. 4 NCAA Tournament Appearances......................... 33 NCAA Tournament Record..............................67-72 NCAA Regional Record...................................56-62 Conference Championships................................. 34 Last Conference Championship....................... 2012

HEAD COACH MIKE BATESOLE

First Opened..................................................... 1966 Capacity.......................................................... 3,575 Dimensions..........................330•370•400•370•330 Press Box Phone............................... 559-278-7678 Press Box Fax................................... 559-278-4869

Overall Record (Years)...................... 616-424-1 (17) Record at School (Years)......................361-266 (10) NCAA Touranment Record (App.)...............17-20 (8) Conference Championships................................... 9 NCAA Titles............................................................ 1 National Coach of the Year..............2 (1998 & 2008) Assistant Coach:...........Steve Rousey (3rd Season)

FRESNO STATE BASEBALL HISTORY

COACHING STAFF

PETE BEIDEN FIELD

First Season of Baseball................................... 1922 All-Time Record................................. 2,373-1,349-4 Highest Ranking.......................No. 1 (4x, last 2008)

2013

COACHES 44............ Head Coach Mike Batesole 55.......Assistant Coach Steve Rousey 25..... Assistant Coach Ryan Overland 4................Student Coach Erik Wetzel

6.............. ................Daniel Delaney, C

Duh-LAY-knee Lin-uh-han LOOP-low Show-tah Run-gee

Clovis................................................. 4 Fresno................................................ 3 Moreno Valley.................................... 1 Valencia............................................. 1 Thousand Oaks................................. 1 Murrieta............................................. 1 Valley Springs.................................... 1 Linden................................................ 1 Sacramento....................................... 1 Lake Forest........................................ 1 San Marcos....................................... 1 Huntington Beach............................. 1 Bakersfield......................................... 1 Tracy.................................................. 1 San Bernardino.................................. 1 Los Banos......................................... 1 Yorba Linda....................................... 1 Indio................................................... 1 Mountain View................................... 1 Chino Hills......................................... 1 Poway................................................ 1

COACHING STAFF

RS FRESHMAN (2)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Daniel Delaney Tyler Linehan Jordan Luplow Shota Runge

CALIFORNIA (26)

SOPHOMORES (8)

JUNIORS (4)

27................................ Jordan Luplow 19.................................. Taylor Tempel 29....................................Aaron Judge 36............ ......................Brody Russell

IN-STATE

Assistant Coach:...........Steve Rousey (3rd Season) Alma Mater..................... Cal State Fullerton, 1988 Assistant Coach:......... Ryan Overland (3rd Season) Alma Mater...............................Fresno State, 2008

Why-check

Undergraduate Student Coach:..... Erik Wetzel (2nd Season) Alma Mater...............................Fresno State, 2008 Athletic Trainer:.............. Marie Fajardo (1st Season) Alma Mater........................................... LMU, 2012

2012 TEAM REVIEW

2012 Overall Record........................................31-28 2012 Conference Record (Place)..............8-10 (5th) 2012 Conference Tournament....... 5-1 (Champions) 2012 Postseason...... 1-2 (NCAA Stanford Regional) 2012 Final Ranking...................NR (AP or Coaches)

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Asst. Director/Primary Baseball Contact.... Stephen Trembley E-mail..............................strembley@csfuresno.edu Office................................................. 559-278-6178 Cell.................................................... 559-270-4291 Twitter........................................ @StephenTrembley

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3.............. Jordan Brink............................. IF...................6-1............... 180...................So..............L/R..........................................Clovis, Calif. (Central HS) 6.............. Daniel Delaney.......................... C..................5-10.............. 190................. R-Fr.............L/R............ Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Thousand Oaks HS) 7.............. Jake Alvarez.............................. IF..................5-10.............. 160...................So............. R/R................................. Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West HS) 10............ Trent Woodward........................ C...................6-2............... 195................... Jr................ C........................ Chino Hills, Calif. (Orange Coast CC) 12............ Austin Wynns............................ C...................6-2............... 205...................Sr.............. R/R..........................................Poway, Calif. (Poway HS) 14............ Tyler Stirewalt.......................... RHP.................6-3............... 215................... Jr.............. R/R................................ San Bernadino, Calif. (Aquinas) 15............ Derick Velasquez.................... RHP.................6-4............... 190.................. So............. R/R.............................Los Banos, Calif. (Los Banos HS) 16............ Shota Runge............................. IF...................5-7............... 170................. R-Fr.............L/R..................................... Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) 19............ Taylor Tempel........................... OF..................6-0............... 175.................. So..............R/L........................................... Clovis, Calif. (Clovis HS) 20............ Jake Shull............................... RHP................5-10.............. 180................... Fr.............. R/R.............................................. Tracy, Calif. (Tracy HS) 21............ Kevin Viers................................ IF...................6-1............... 190................... Fr...............L/R........................... Yorba Linda, Calif. (Esperanza HS) 24............ Trent Garrison......................... C/IF.................6-0............... 190...................Sr...............L/R............................Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta HS) 27............ Jordan Luplow......................... OF..................6-1............... 190.................. So............. R/R..................................... Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) 29............ Aaron Judge............................ OF..................6-7............... 255................... Jr.............. R/R......................................... Linden, Calif. (Linden HS) 30............ Louie Payetta............................ IF..................5-11.............. 170................... Fr...............L/R..... Huntington Beach, Calif. (Huntington Beach HS) 31............ Taylor Ward............................... C...................6-2............... 190................... Fr.............. R/R.................................. Indio, Calif. (Shadow Hills HS) 32............ Chris Mariscal........................... IF..................5-11.............. 175...................So............. R/R................................ Fresno, Calif. (Clovis North HS) 35............ Tim Borst................................ RHP.................6-0............... 190................... Fr...............L/R........................... Moreno Valley, Calif. (Tahquitz HS) 36............ Brody Russell........................... OF..................6-1............... 190................... Fr.............. R/R............................ Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial HS) 37............ Luke Wiechec......................... RHP.................6-4............... 210................... Fr.............. R/R.........................Mountain View, Calif. (Los Altos HS) 38............ William Munro......................... RHP.................6-5............... 195.................. So............. R/R.........................San Marcos, Calif. (San Marcos HS) 39............ Tyler Linehan........................... LHP.................6-0............... 240................... Jr...............L/L.............................. Sacramento, Calif. (Sheldon HS) 42............ Blake Quinn............................ RHP.................6-5............... 210................... Fr.............. R/R.........................................Fresno, Calif. (Bullard HS) 43............ Garrett Mundell....................... RHP.................6-6............... 230.................. So............. R/R................................ Lake Forest, Calif. (El Torro HS) 47............ Connor Chase......................... LHP.................6-5............... 210................... Fr...............R/L.................................... Valencia, Calif. (Valencia HS) 48............ Aaron Gillis.............................. LHP.................6-3............... 190...................So..............L/L......................... Valley Springs, Calif. (Delta College)

INFIELD (6)

15............ .................Derick Velasquez 37............ ......................Luke Wiechec

QUICK FACTS

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NO........ NAME.......................... POS............ HT............ WT............. YR......... B/T.........HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

BY POSITION

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

NO........ NAME.......................... POS............ HT............ WT............. B/T.......... YR.........HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

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FRESNO STATE 2013 BROADCAST SCHEDULE

MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPER THE FRESNO BEE

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THE COLLEGIAN

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KSEE-TV (24/NBC)

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MERCED SUN-STAR

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1550 AM SPORTING NEWS RADIO

KGPE-TV (47/CBS)

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KFTV-TV (21/UNIVISION)

WIRE SERVICE

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ASSOCIATED PRESS (FRESNO)

COMCAST (14/CABLE)

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Albuquerque, NM.

All games broadcast on AM 940 KYNO

KMJ Sports Director, Loeffler, begins his 11th season as the voice of Bulldog baseball. He also handles the play calling for all the men's basketball games and Bulldog football games. Ray O'Canto was an all-conference (NCBA) outfielder for the Bulldogs in 1981, and is in his fourth year as color commentator.

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FRESNO STATE BASEBALL

BULLDOGS READY FOR MOUNTAIN WEST PLAY 2012-13 SEASON PREVIEW With the Fresno State baseball team entering its first season in the Mountain West, the Bulldogs’ 2013 schedule includes 27 regular season home games and the 2013 MW Tournament in May at Beiden Field.

Fresno State will play all 10 of its non-conference road games in the state of California, with a three-game series at Stanford (Feb. 22-24), a four-game series at Cal (March 7-10) and weeknight matchups at Cal State Bakersfield (Feb. 26 and April 23), San Jose State (March 5) and Pacific In addition to hosting three-game series with all five MW (March 19). schools that play baseball - San Diego State (March 1517), UNLV (April 5-7), Air Force (April 19-21), New Mexico The February series at Stanford sends the ‘Dogs back to (May 10-12) and Nevada (May 16-18) - the Bulldogs will Sunken Diamond, where Fresno State finished the 2012 welcome UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 15-17), Sacramento season a game away from advancing to the NCAA Stanford State (Feb. 19), USC (March 1-3), San Jose State (March Regional championship game. 5), Pacific (April 2), CSU Bakersfield (April 17 and April 30), and Hawai’i (May 7) to Beiden for non-conference contests. In total, the Bulldogs’ 2013 slate features 10 matchups with Pac-12 opponents and nine games against teams that “This will be our toughest schedule in years by RPI stan- made it to last year’s NCAA Tournament. dards,” Batesole said. “It will be exciting to have UCSB and USC at Beiden Field for non-league weekends as-well-as After winning conference championships in each of the past Red Wave travel weekends to Stanford and Cal. We will seven seasons, the ‘Dogs enter the 2013 season focused find out a lot about who we are in the first four weeks. But, on winning its first MW championship. Fresno State returns I think what everyone is hopped up for is our inaugural sea- three all-conference and four all-tournament team selecson in the Mountain West that includes home and away tions from the 2012 squad that earned the program’s sixth series with every conference foe.” NCAA Tournament appearance in the last seven years.

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JUDGE, GARRISON GARNER MW PRESEASON HONORS, ‘DOGS PICKED 4TH

The Mountain West’s head coaches selected Fresno State’s Aaron Judge and Trent Garrison as preseason All-MW honorees while projecting the ’Dogs to finish fourth in their inaugural season in the conference. Defending Mountain West champion New Mexico is predicted to win its second consecutive regular season MW baseball title in 2013, according to a vote of the six MW head coaches. The Lobos received five first-place votes and 35 points overall. San Diego State received the remaining first-place vote and 26 points to edge out MW newcomers Nevada (23 points) and Fresno State (22 points) for second place. UNLV was picked

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Fresno State junior outfielder Aaron Judge earned three Preseason All-America selections and senior catcher Austin Wynns collected third-team Preseason All-American honors from Louisville Slugger. Judge, a native of Linden, Calif., enters his third season with the Bulldogs was named to Baseball America’s first-team. He also was honored by the Perfect Game and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association as a second-team All-American. During his sophomore season, he hit .308 with 27 RBI and 13 stolen bases to earn first-team all-conference accolades. Wynns is one of two seniors on the Bulldogs’ squad.

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The ‘Dogs also visit each of the five other MW schools for Bulldogs’ junior outfielder Aaron Judge, who won the 2012 three-game road trips. College Baseball Home Run Derby and received first-team

all-conference honors in each of his first two seasons at fifth (13 points), followed by Air Force in sixth (7 points). Fresno State, was recently named a second-team preseason All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Fresno State won the 2012 Western Athletic Conference Writers Association. tournament champion, and returns 2012 TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby champion Aaron Judge and Batesole, a two-time national coach of the year and the all-WAC honorees Trent Garrison and Jake Alvarez. Head 2008 national champion, begins his 18th season as a Divi- coach Mike Batesole led the Bulldogs to their 34th NCAA sion I head coach with a 615-419-1 overall record and his Tournament appearance, sixth in the past seven seasons, 11th season with the Bulldogs, who he led to a 360-264 in 2012. mark during his first 10 seasons at Fresno State.

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MIKE BATESOLE Under Batesole, the ’Dogs have made six NCAA appearances, made it to the regional title game three times and won the National Championship in 2008. In 2011, Batesole coached three All-Americans as Greg Gonzalez and Dusty Robinson were named to the Louisville Slugger All-American first and third teams, respectively, while Aaron Judge was named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American. The trio is among the 13 All-Americans to pass through Batesole’s program. Nine Bulldogs were named to 2011 All-WAC teams with Robinson, Gonzalez and Judge taking home the top honors. Robinson was named WAC Player of the Year (the fourth-straight Bulldog named top conference player), Gonzalez pitcher of the year and Judge freshman of the year. After an award filled season, it was no surprise when 10 ’Dogs were selected in the 2011 Major League Baseball draft. In all, the Bulldogs have had 50 players drafted and 41 first-team all-conference selections under Batesole’s watch. During his career in the WAC, Batesole coached two male athletes of the year, seven players of the year, three pitchers of the year, three freshmen of the year and 66 All-WAC team members. Dedicated not only to excellence on the diamond but in the classroom as well, Batesole saw 16 Bulldogs earn academic all-conference honors in 2012. Overall, 69 Bulldogs have earned academic all-conference honors under Batesole.

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In 2010, he was named the WAC Coach of the Year, while Bobby Coyle, Gonzalez, Ribera and Robinson were named first-team All-WAC. Also earning all-conference awards that year were Weber, Poytress and Muno. Ribera was the third consecutive Bulldog to be named WAC Player of the Year. Ribera led the nation in home runs under Batesole with 27 and was named an All-American by several publications, making him the sixth Bulldog, at the time, to earn All-American honors since Batesole started at Fresno State. Two Bulldogs were selected in the 2010 MLB draft. Coyle in the 10th round to the Los Angeles Dodgers and Muno in the 28th round to the Chicago Cubs. The ‘Dogs also had a multi-year Academic Prog-

also placed Mendonca, Lewis, Danny Grubb, Scheppers, and Susdorf on the San Diego All-Regional team.

In 2009, the Bulldogs brought back a little magic from the 2008 season and returned to the NCAA Tournament for the 32nd time in school history. Fresno State was one of only four teams in the Western Region to make four-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances.

The WAC Tournament win in 2006 was the first in the program’s history. The Bulldogs reached the postseason for the second time since 2001 with one win against San Diego and another against Minnesota and two losses against Cal State Fullerton. The 2006 Bulldog team closed out the year with the program’s 31st-straight season at .500 or above.

That same season, the Bulldogs compiled a 12-12 WAC record and a 32-30 overall record with 22 newcomers on the squad. Batesole earned his 500th career victory on May 14, 2009, with a 15-7 win over Sacramento State. Batesole’s team had four first-team All-WAC selections in Mendonca, Muno, Sprague and Robinson and four players taken in the 2009 MLB draft. Mendonca earned several All-American honors, while Robinson was named a freshman All-American. Batesole led the Bulldogs to a historical 2008 season after defying the odds and beating six ranked teams and facing six elimination games to win the program’s first-ever National Championship. That season saw six ’Dogs drafted to Major League Baseball. Batesole earned three additional National Coach of the Year accolades that year from the American Baseball Coaches Association, FieldTurf and the National College Baseball Writers Association. The Bulldogs captured their third-consecutive WAC championship in 2008 and finished the postseason run with an overall record of 47-31. Six Bulldogs were drafted in the 2008 MLB draft. Batesole earned four National Coach of the Year accolades from the American Baseball Coaches Association, FieldTurf, the National College Baseball Writers Association and, for the second time, from Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Fresno State saw five players earn first-team All-WAC honors in 2008. Under Batesole, Susdorf earned Player of the Year, Muno was named Freshman of the Year and Scheppers became the Pitcher of the Year. Batesole also shared the WAC Coach of the Year title. The 2008 postseason run was the ‘Dogs fourth appearance at the College World Series and first National Championship. The Bulldogs took home a WAC Championship in 2007 and, for the first time in school history, won back- toback WAC league and tournament championships. The Bulldogs finished with a 17-7 conference mark and a 38-29 overall record. Fresno State captured the title in 2006, producing one of the best records in school history at 45-18. In addition, Batesole has continued the success of producing quality prospects. Four members of the Fresno State program were drafted in the 2007 MLB draft in Susdorf, Brandon Miller, Brian Lapin and Ozzie Lewis. Batesole also generated six first-team All-WAC selections, one less than the 2006 team.

Under Batesole, the Bulldogs have had two players selected in the first round of the MLB draft.

FRESNO STATE .................................................... Season with the Bulldogs: 11th Date Hired: May 28, 2002

PERSONAL .................................................... Birthdate: March 28, 1964 Hometown: Anaheim, Calif. Spouse: Susie Children: Kassy, Kally, Kody and Korby

Right-handed pitcher Matt Garza was selected as the 27th overall pick in the 2005 draft to the Minnesota Twins. Moving quickly through the minors with short stints Double-A affiliate New Britain and Triple-A Rochester, Garza finished his first season with the Minnesota Twins in 2006. Garza made the move to the Tampa Bay Rays and helped pitch the Rays from last to first in the 2008 season. Garza and the Rays made an appearance at the World Series and after the Rays were crowned the ALCS champs, he was awarded MVP honors. Outfielder Richie Robnett was also picked in the first round by the Oakland A’s after an All-American campaign with the Bulldogs in 2004.

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Among the players in those classes were three Freshmen All-Americans in outfielder Nick Moresi and infielders Beau Mills, Christian Vitters, along with All-American Robnett.

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In 2003, Batesole became the third head coach at Fresno State since 1948 and the eighth skipper overall in the program’s 82-year history. In his first year, Batesole guided the Bulldogs to their 27th consecutive winning season and 16th-straight campaign with 30 or more wins with a 30-29 record. A season-high nine-game winning streak, that included the school’s 13th Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic title, highlighted the year. Under his tutelage, five Bulldogs earned All-WAC honors.

Cal State Fullerton, Bachelors in Kinesiology, 1990 Cal State Fullerton, Masters in Biomechanics, 1992

Los Angeles Dodgers, 1985-88 Florida State All-Star Team, 1987 USA Baseball Team, 1984 Oral Roberts, 1983-85 Garden Grove HS (All-Garden Grove Conference and All-Orange County Honors)

COACHING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Fresno State, Head Coach, 2003-Present Cal State Northridge, Head Coach, 1996-02 Cal State Northridge, Assistant Coach, 1994-95 Cypress College, Assistant Coach, 1993 Orange Coast College, Assistant Coach, 1988-92

The Bulldogs earned two regional wins over Minnesota and No. 4 San Diego in 2007. Fresno State

Batesole joined the Bulldogs after spending seven seasons as head coach at Cal State Northridge. During his tenure, the Matadors captured a Western Athletic Conference (1996) and Big West Conference title (2002). The Matadors made two NCAA Tournament appearances under Batesole and were eliminated by J.D. Drew and the Florida State Seminoles in the NCAA Tournament Regionals in 1996. In 2002, the Matadors finished first in the conference in home runs (89), RBIs (392), slugging percentage (.503), on-base percentage (.413) and walks (298). The squad featured nine All-Big West selections, including the conference’s Player of the Year, Eric Verbryke. Cal State Northridge was ranked as high as 15th in the national polls. Batesole guided the Matadors to a Big

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The ’Dogs also had a multi-year Academic Progress Rate of 983 out of 1000 in 2011.

ress Rate of 976 out of 1000 in 2010.

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Mike Batesole, a two-time National Coach of the Year, enters his 11th season as head coach at Fresno State and has led the Bulldogs to the 2008 national championship and seven straight conference titles.

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HEAD COACH............................................................................ ............................................................................. HEAD COACH West title with a 19-5 conference mark, earning him Big West Conference Coach of the Year honors in his final season at Northridge. Batesole solidified a conference affiliation with the Big West in 2001. He also attracted three-consecutive nationally ranked recruiting classes with the 2000 recruits ranked 22nd, the 2001 newcomers ranked 15th and his final Matador recruiting class ranked 20th by Collegiate Baseball. In 2001, Batesole set out to get his team battle tested before its first season in the Big West by assembling one of the toughest schedules ever for the Matadors. He guided a young team that started as many as seven freshmen through a schedule that saw six opponents ranked in the top 25. The squad posted 23 wins for the non-conference slate against the likes of UCLA, Long Beach State, Missouri and Nevada. The Matadors tallied a 34-22 overall record and finished fourth in the Big West. From 1997-00, Northridge was forced to compete as an independent after the program was cut, then subsequently reinstated in 2001. Despite the time the program spent in limbo, Batesole still was highly successful, compiling a 129-101-1 record. His career record of 256-158-1 at Northridge ranks him second alltime in program history. His .620 winning percentage also ranks as the best ever in school history. Batesole reached the 250-win mark May 5, 2002, with a 10-3 victory against Pacific. In Batesole’s seven years at Cal State Northridge, 37 of his players made it to the professional ranks. His desire to win was evident the moment Batesole took the helm at Northridge, when he led the 1996 squad to 19 wins in its first 20 games. He reached the 100-win and 200-win plateaus faster than any other coach in Northridge history.

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His drive to take Northridge to the College World Series can be traced to his first season as head coach in 1996. That season, he led the Matadors to their first ever Western Athletic Conference title. The team defeated Mississippi State and Stanford before falling one day short of the College World Series in a loss to Florida State in the West Region Final. The squad set 43 school records, highlighted by 52 wins, 129 home runs and 576 RBIs. Cal State Northridge was ranked as high as third in the nation and finished the season ranked tenth in three polls. Northridge continued its winning ways in 1997 by breaking eight school records and finishing with a 42-20 record. Despite starting five freshmen, Batesole’s club managed impressive wins over Cal State Fullerton, Pepperdine and USC. The team defeated a total of six teams that advanced to the NCAA Regionals. In his first two seasons at Northridge, the squad led the nation in total wins with a record of 94-38-1. Before taking the reins as head coach, Batesole was an assistant for two years under Bill Kernen, where he worked with the Matador infielders and ran the offense.

BATESOLE’S COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS AWARDS/HONORS • Two-time Collegiate Baseball National Coach of the Year (1998, 2008) • Named 2008 National Coach of the Year by American Baseball Coaches Association, National College Baseball Writers Association and FieldTurf. • Two-time Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year • 2002 Big West Conference Coach of the Year

A major reason Batesole has been one of the most successful coaches in the nation comes from the lessons he learned on the field as a professional and All-American player. As a hard-hitting third baseman, Batesole spent four seasons playing professionally in the Los Angeles Dodgers farm system from 1985-88. He was named to the Florida State League All-Star team in 1987 and played for the Dodgers’ Double-A team in San Antonio, Texas in 1988.

MILESTONES • 600th career win against Cal Poly (5-3) on April 17, 2012 • 500th career win against Sacramento State (15-7) on May 14, 2009 • Had school’s first ESPY nomination for “Biggest Upset” in 2008 • 400th career win against Iowa on March 13, 2007 (14-6) • 300th career win against Louisiana Tech on April 4, 2004 (12-4) • 100th win as a Bulldog against Portland on March 5, 2006 • Only third head coach in Fresno State history to have over 100 wins (Bob Bennett-1,302; Pete Beiden-601)

Batesole earned Summer League All-America honors and became a member of the U.S.A. Baseball Team in 1984. He put together an impressive season as a member of the Anchorage Glacier Pilots in 1983, finishing with 30 home runs and 140 RBIs over a 12 month period.

CHAMPIONSHIPS/TITLES • National Championship • Seven WAC Tournament Championships • Seven WAC Titles • Big West Championship • Five Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic titles

A native of Anaheim, Calif., Batesole played shortstop for Garden Grove High School where he earned AllGarden Grove Conference and AllOrange County honors. He finished his senior season in 1982 with an incredible .500 batting average and 24 doubles. Batesole then was a standout player at Oral Roberts where he finished his tenure ranked third in school history in career home runs.

STUDENT-ATHLETE NATIONAL AWARDS/HONORS • 45 selected in MLB draft • Seven All-Americans • Six Freshman All-Americans • Six National Players of the Week • College World Series Most Valuable Player • Five College World Series Tournament Team members • Academic All-American STUDENT-ATHLETE CONFERENCE AWARDS/HONORS • Two WAC Male Athletes of the Year • Seven Players of the Year • Three WAC Pitchers of the Year • Three WAC Freshmen of the Year • 66 All-WAC team members • 69 Academic All-WAC student-athletes

MIKE BATESOLE’S YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD YEAR....................................... SCHOOL............................RECORD .........................(CONF)..................... FINISH

2012^............................................. FRESNO STATE................................... 31-28 ................................... (8-10)....................................FIFTH 2011*^........................................... FRESNO STATE................................... 40-16 ................................... (17-7)....................................FIRST 2010*........................................... FRESNO STATE................................... 38-25 ................................... (16-8)....................................FIRST 2009^........................................ FRESNO STATE................................... 32-30 ................................... (12-12)................................. THIRD 2008*^!................................... FRESNO STATE................................... 47-31.................................... (21-11)..................................FIRST 2007*^................................... FRESNO STATE................................... 38-29 ................................... (17-7)....................................FIRST 2006*^.................................. FRESNO STATE................................... 45-18 ................................... (18-6)....................................FIRST 2005...................................... FRESNO STATE................................... 30-29 ................................... (16-14)..............................SECOND 2004....................................... FRESNO STATE................................... 29-29 ................................... (17-12)..............................SECOND 2003........................................ FRESNO STATE .................................. 30-29 ................................... (14-16)................................. THIRD 2002#.............................CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE............................ 40-17 ................................... (19-5)....................................FIRST 2001..............................CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE............................ 34-22 ................................... (9-9).................................. FOURTH 2000..............................CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE............................ 23-33 .......................................................................................... 1999.............................CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE............................ 27-29 .......................................................................................... 1998.............................CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE............................ 37-19 .......................................................................................... 1997............................CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE.......................... 42-20-1 ......................................................................................... 1996*^......................CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE............................ 52-18 ................................... (21-9)....................................FIRST OVERALL: ............................................................................... 615-422-1 ................................ (205-117)

Besides his awards as a player and coach, Batesole has also received recognition for his work in the community. He has twice been awarded (‘97 and ‘99) the prestigious Performance Salary Step Increase Award from the California State Board of Trustees for “meritous performance in the area of teaching, professional accomplishments and service to the university community.” Batesole lives in Fresno with his wife Susie and their four children, Kassy, Kally, Kody and Korby.

* WAC Regular Season Champion ^ WAC Tournament Champion ! National Champion # Big West Regular Season and Tournament Champion

Batesole’s Overall Fresno State Record: 360-264 (156-103 Conference)

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In 1998, Batesole led a team made up primarily of freshmen and junior college transfers to a 37-19 record. Although predicted to be a rebuilding year for the Matadors, the squad set a program record by winning 16 consecutive games and finished the season ranked in the top 30 by several publications. Northridge won 25 of its final 27 games, including wins over Long Beach State, Cal State Fullerton and UCLA. For his team’s incredible turnaround, Batesole was named Collegiate Baseball’s National Coach of the Year.

He also coached for five years at the junior college level. Batesole was an assistant coach at Cypress (Calif.) College, where he helped lead the Chargers to a 29-18 record and the second round of regional play. He also served as the assistant coach at Orange Coast (Costa Mesa, Calif.) College. Batesole earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from Cal State Fullerton in 1990 and received his Master’s Degree in Biomechanics in 1992. During his stay at Fullerton, Batesole became an instructor in the Department of Health and Physical Education. His teaching experience also includes time at Cypress College, the North Orange County Community College District and Orange Coast College.

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STEVE ROUSEY

ASSISTANT COACH...........................................................THIRD YEAR Steve Rousey joined the Fresno State baseball staff in 2010 after eight years as the head coach at Cal State Northridge. Rousey serves as the Bulldogs pitching coach and has been instrumental in the ’Dogs earning conference championships in each of his two seasons at Fresno State.

Before his career as a coach, he was a top pitcher at Cal State Fullerton. In three seasons with the Titans, he compiled an impressive 15-5 record with 120 strikeouts. Rousey played in the College World Series twice (1982and 1984), helping the team to the national championship

Third Season Date Hired: Aug. 25, 2010

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ASSISTANT COACH............................................................FIRST YEAR Ryan Overland enters his first season as an assistant coach and fifth as a Division I coach. Overland, who served as the Bulldogs’ volunteer assistant coach in 2012 and intern in 2011, most recently coached this past fall at Nevada as a fulltime assistant coach. He was the hitting and catching coach at South Dakota State University (2009-10) before coming to Fresno State. Overland helped lead the Jackrabbits to regular season Summit League FRESNO STATE Championship .................................................... First Season in 2010 after Date Hired: December 2012 finishing the season with a PERSONAL 39-21 mark. ....................................................

Birthday: March 30, 1963 Spouse: Robin Children: P.J., Gabbie, Nate and Faith Hometown: LaCrescenta, Calif.

Birthdate: Oct. 25, 1985 Hometown: Atascadero, Calif.

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Cal State Fullerton (1988), Bachelors in English Azusa Pacific University (1992), Masters in Physical Education

PLAYING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Montreal Expos, 1987-88 Seattle Mariners, 1984, 86 Cal State Fullerton, 1982-84 Crescenta Valley HS, 1979-81

COACHING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Fresno State, Assistant Coach, 2010-Present Cal State Northridge, Head Coach, 2003-09 Cal State Northridge, Assistant Coach, 2001-02 Los Angeles City College, Head Coach, 1996-00 Long Beach State, Assistant Coach, 1993-95

Fresno State, B.A. Communications Studies, 2008 South Dakota State, M.A. Heath, Physical Educations & Recreation, 2010

PLAYING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Fresno State, 2005-08

COACHING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Fresno State, Assistant Coach, 2012-Present Nevada, Assistant Coach, Fall 2012 Fresno State, Volunteer Assistant Coach, 2011-12 South Dakota State, Assistant Coach, 2009-10

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Under Overland, the Jackrabbits were first in the league in batting average (.350) in 2010 and set new school records in team hits, runs scored, doubles and wins. Eight all-league student-athletes were produced under him. He earned his master’s degree in Health, Physical Educations and Recreation while at South Dakota State.

Los Angeles City College, Assistant Coach, 1991-92

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Championship team. In his career as a Bulldog, he played in over 180 games, won three conference championships and a National Championship. Overland earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications Studies from Fresno State in 2008.

A former Fresno State player, Overland was a catcher on the 2008 National

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At the end of 2011, Fresno State’s Greg Gonzalez was named the conference’s Pitcher of the Year after finishing with an 11-1 record, having pitched two complete games to earn a 1.79 ERA. Gonzalez, drafted by the San Diego Padres, was the second Bulldog in four years to earn the honor and fourth in program history.

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After the 2012 season, five Bulldog pitchers were selected in the Major League Baseball Draft as two had earned all-conference honors and one received National Pitcher of the Week accolades. He is credited with helping the Bulldogs survive three elimination games en route to winning the conference tournament for a bid into the NCAA Tournament.

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Rousey was a seventh round pick by the Chicago Cubs as a high school senior at Crescenta Valley High School in southern California. He declined the Cubs’ offer and chose to attend Cal State Fullerton. A fourth-round pick by the Seattle Mariners in 1984 after his junior season, he spent five years playing professionally in the Seattle Mariners and Montreal Expos organizations.

In all, Rousey has coached 16 Major League players throughout his 21-year coaching career. Rousey was the pitching coach at Long Beach State (1993-95) when the 49ers captured two Big West titles while making three regional appearances and a trip to the College World Series semifinals. During his stay, the 49ers had three pitchers earn All-American honors and one named the 1993 National Pitcher of the Year.

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in 1984 by compiling an 8-3 record with a 3.47 earned run average.

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ERIC WETZEL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT COACH.......................SECOND YEAR Erik Wetzel is in his second season as the Bulldogs’ undergraduate student coach. Wetzel played professionally in the Colorado Rockies organization from 2008-11 in 206 minor league games with a career .266 batting average, 25 doubles, 36 stolen bases and 72 RBI. Wetzel, who was drafted by the Rockies in the 13th Round of the 2008 MLB Draft following his junior season, reached AA-Tulsa in the Texas League in 2011 before returning to Fresno State in 2012 to begin completing his coursework toward his bachelor’s degree. Wetzel, a former Bulldogs’ infielder played at Fresno State from 2006-08, was a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and a three-time all-conference honoree. Along with coaching first base, Wetzel will work with the Bulldogs’ hitters and middle infielders as an undergraduate student coach while he finishes his degree.

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E.J. JACKSON STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING..................................... EIGHTH YEAR Ephion (E.J.) Jackson enters his eighth season as an assistant strength coach at Fresno State. Jackson works with the baseball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s track and field, and men’s and women’s cross country. He is also responsible for designing the speed and conditioning programs for all the sport programs at Fresno State. A former Junior and Colligate Track All-American, Jackson was inducted to the Fresno State Track Hall of Fame in the spring of 2009. He is also certified by the United States Weightlifting Federation. Jackson, originally from Modesto, Calif., earned his received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Fresno State in 2002.

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SEAN WASSHAUSEN ATHLETIC TRAINER.................................................... THIRD YEAR Sean Wasshausen enters his second season as an athletic training graduate assistant at Fresno State. He works with baseball. Originally from Wisconsin Rapids, Wisc., Wasshausen received a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. While at Wisconsin Eau Claire, he worked with football and gymnastics. Wasshausen is a certified athletic trainer and is currently earning his Master’s degree in Exercise Science.

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SO • INFIELD • 6-1 • 180 • FRESNO, CALIF. •CENTRAL HS

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JR • INFIELD • 5-9 • 160 • FRESNO, CALIF. • CLOVIS WEST HS

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SO • OUTFIELD • 6-1 • 190 • CLOVIS, CALIF. (BUCHANAN HS)

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6-4 • 210

6-5 • 210

INDIO, CALIF.

LOS ALTOS HS

VALENCIA, CALIF.

SHADOW HILLS HS

VALENCIA HS

31 TIM BORST

37 BLAKE QUINN

FR. • PITCHER

FR. • PITCHER

6-0 • 190

6-5 • 210

MORENO VALLEY, CALIF.

FRESNO, CALIF.

TAHQUITZ HS

BULLARD HS

35 BRODY RUSSELL

42 GARRETT MUNDELL

FR. • OUTFIELD

SO. • PITCHER

6-1 • 190

6-6 • 230

BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.

LAKE FOREST, CALIF.

CENTENNIAL HS

EL TORO HS

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BULLDOGS WIN SEVENTH STRAIGHT CONFERENCE TITLE IN THRILLING FASHION 2012 SEASON REVIEW The Fresno State baseball team defeated Sacramento innings and the gritty effort from both teams became State 4-3 in 13 innings to claim the 2012 Western Athletic an intense marathon that ended on the walk-off winner Conference Baseball Tournament championship for its off the bat of a freshman Jordan Luplow. seventh consecutive conference title. The game winner was lifted into right field, scoring “It was great win for our seniors - that’s four in four Daniel Moultrie from second base in the bottom of the years for them,” Fresno State baseball coach Mike 13th inning to start a joyous celebration of red on the Batesole said. “Three in three years for our juniors, two field. in two years for our sophomores and our freshmen grew up quick and got their first one. That makes us SEVEN BULLDOGS NAMED TO ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS really proud. Four rings in four years, that’s fantastic Seven student-athletes on the Fresno State baseball for our kids.” team were named either first or second-team AllWestern Athletic Conference by the league’s head But not only have the Bulldogs won either the regular coaches for the 2012 season, the WAC announced at season or tournament title the past four years - the its annual postseason baseball banquet on Tuesday streak extends back seven years to 2006. night.

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Of the seven Bulldog selections, two received firstteam All-WAC distinctions - sophomore Aaron Judge and senior Kenneth Wise. This marked the secondstraight all-conference award for Judge and the first for Wise. Judge, a two-time first-team All-WAC outfielder and last year’s conference Freshman of the Year, hit .315 with four home runs, 11 doubles, a triple, 42 runs scored and had 76 RBI. Judge’s presence, offensive firepower and plate discipline helped him draw a staggering 44 walks. Wise, a senior designated hitter, captured the WAC’s batting title for sporting a .434 batting average against conference opponents. He also posted a team-topping 33 RBI and ripped four home runs, four doubles, a triple and 44 hits in 2012.

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THOMAS HARLAN

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The other five - Trent Garrison (1B), Patrick Hutcheson (2B), Jake Alvarez (3B), Justin Haley (SP) and Thomas Harlan (SP) - garnered second-team honors, which was each of the five Bulldogs’ first recognition on any all-WAC team. Garrison led the team with a .327 season batting average, Alvarez reached base safely in each of the last 12 games of the regular season and Hutcheson posted a team-best 77 RBI while Haley (6-3, 2.63 ERA, 83 Ks) and Harlan (6-7, 2.73 ERA, 69 Ks) combined to toss 152 strikeouts and held opponents to a .250 clip. The WAC also passed out the weekly awards won by student-athletes during the season which saw Wise take home a WAC Hitter of the Week award and Haley, Harlan (twice), Cody Kendall and Tyler Linehan received their WAC Pitcher of the Week honors.

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To get there, Fresno State and Sacramento State The seven Fresno State honorees tied New Mexico were locked in what turned out to be the longest WAC State for the most all-conference selections and Tournament game in the conference’s history at the 13 topped Sacramento State (6), Nevada (5), Hawai’i (4),

Louisiana Tech (3) and San Jose State (0).

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2012 STATISTICS

2012 STATISTICS 2012 Fresno State Baseball Overall Statistics for Fresno State (as of Jan 28, 2013) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 31-28

Player

24 Garrison,Trent 7 Alvarez,Jake 10 Wise,Kenneth 29 Judge,Aaron 15 Hutcheson,Patrick 12 Wynns,Austin 27 Luplow,Jordan 21 Moultrie,Daniel 32 Mariscal,Chris 3 Brink,Jordan 19 Tempel,Taylor 4 Charles,Justin -------------------41 Donald,Sam 9 Mallory,Chris 20 Mullins,Jordan 16 Salles,JD 42 Escat,Gene 30 Mundell,Garrett 43 Harlan,Thomas 31 Haley,Justin 35 Kendall,Cody 39 Linehan,Tyler

avg

.333 .320 .318 .308 .290 .284 .279 .269 .238 .223 .191 .182 .500 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

gp-gs 55-44 49-36 57-37 58-58 59-58 58-57 59-59 38-18 59-59 55-50 42-21 28-18 3-0 5-1 11-0 1-1 1-0 1-1 2-2 2-2 2-2 7-7

ab

r

h

Home: 18-16 2b 3b

195 125 173 201 231 194 233 78 210 184 89 66

29 25 23 47 37 35 33 11 22 16 8 7

65 40 55 62 67 55 65 21 50 41 17 12

12 5 8 14 10 22 15 3 8 6 2 2

0 0 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0

2 9 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

hr

Away: 7-10 rbi

tb

2 1 4 4 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

39 12 40 27 30 30 34 4 30 18 4 5

83 48 77 92 94 77 90 26 60 47 22 14

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Neutral: 6-2

slg%

bb hp

2012 Fresno State Baseball Overall Statistics for Fresno State (as of Jan 28, 2013) (All games Sorted by Fielding pct)

WAC: 8-10 so gdp

ob%

sf sh

sb-att

.426 .384 .445 .458 .407 .397 .386 .333 .286 .255 .247 .212

15 11 19 48 28 20 11 8 14 13 4 0

2 2 6 6 4 2 4 0 3 8 0 2

29 8 36 42 55 25 48 17 47 41 37 7

4 3 3 8 2 3 4 1 1 5 0 1

.380 .384 .398 .453 .371 .352 .321 .337 .293 .302 .226 .206

4 1 0-1 0 8 6-6 3 2 1-1 1 0 13-15 4 8 13-17 3 11 1-1 1 5 10-11 0 3 5-9 2 7 2-5 0 5 5-7 0 7 2-6 0 1 2-2

1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.500 .444 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.667 .400 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

po

a

e

fld%

348

32

6

.984

22

69

6

.938

1

0

0

1.000

115

3

5

.959

107

190

15

.952

442

45

2

.996

107

3

2

.982

17

1

3

.857

88

143

22

.913

236

16

5

.981

47

0

1

.979

18

35

5

.914

2

0

0

1.000

0

1

0

1.000

2

0

0

1.000

5

9

0

1.000

2

3

0

1.000

3

6

0

1.000

6

24

6

.833

8

17

0

1.000

2

15

3

.850

2

16

3

.857

Totals

.277

59

1998

297

554

108

8

19

273

735

.368

193

40

398

35

.350

18

58

60-81

1586

635

84

.964

Opponents

.277

59

2086

280

578

95

10

22

252

759

.364

171

54

489

43

.345

15

30

26-49

1557

645

65

.971

so

LOB - Team (453), Opp (490). DPs turned - Team (53), Opp (49). TPs turned - Team (0), Opp (1).

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

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42 Escat,Gene 43 Harlan,Thomas 50 Garrison,Taylor 31 Haley,Justin 39 Linehan,Tyler 38 Munro,William 35 Kendall,Cody 16 Salles,JD 30 Mundell,Garrett -------------------49 Fontaine,Matt 37 Anderson,Will 14 Stirewalt,Tyler 34 Belleque,Christian 33 Wiggins,Austin

era

w-l

app gs

1.44 2.78 2.98 3.28 3.58 4.50 4.99 5.55 6.38

4-0 7-7 1-2 7-4 4-5 1-2 4-4 2-1 0-2

0.00 3.86 5.00 10.61 18.00

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

3 2 10 9 1

cg

sho

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

1 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 0

25.0 106.2 42.1 93.1 83.0 32.0 61.1 24.1 36.2

22 103 35 96 95 39 75 31 47

6 42 18 37 47 16 39 19 37

4 33 14 34 33 16 34 15 26

7 16 13 39 30 14 13 10 16

30 85 52 94 82 33 39 23 28

2b

6 16 8 16 13 3 11 5 10

3b

hr

b/avg

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0

0 0 0 0 0

2.1 2.1 9.0 9.1 1.0

5 2 11 14 3

0 1 5 11 2

0 1 5 11 2

1 1 8 3 0

4 1 9 9 0

0 1 1 3 2

1 0 0 1 0

0 0 1 2 0

16 1 21 16 28 0 22 12 15 14 17 6 21 5 14 0 18 5

0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

0 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 1

0 3 3 1 2 2 2 3 3

.237 .253 .210 .262 .289 .305 .314 .310 .301

wp hp bk sfa

sha

1 5 3 11 5 7 5 2 3

2 8 3 8 8 1 7 2 8

0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 3

2 2 0 0 0 4 3 1 2

0 9 1 1 8 1 6 2 2

.455 .250 .306 .350 .500

1 0 2 2 1

0 1 4 2 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0

Totals

3.88

31-28

59

59

3

4/3

13

528.2

578

280

228

171

489

95

10

22

.277

48

54

7

15

30

Opponents

4.25

28-31

59

59

6

5/4

9

519.0

554

297

245

193

398

108

8

19

.277

35

40

7

18

58

PB - Team (7), Wynns,A 6, Garrison,Tr 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (4), Munro,W 1, Haley,J 1, Harlan,T 1, Wynns,A 1, Opp (6).

31 Haley,Justin 16 Salles,JD 30 Mundell,Garrett 50 Garrison,Taylor 42 Escat,Gene 38 Munro,William 41 Donald,Sam 14 Stirewalt,Tyler 20 Mullins,Jordan 34 Belleque,Christian 9 Mallory,Chris 10 Wise,Kenneth 12 Wynns,Austin 24 Garrison,Trent 27 Luplow,Jordan 3 Brink,Jordan 19 Tempel,Taylor 29 Judge,Aaron 15 Hutcheson,Patrick 7 Alvarez,Jake 4 Charles,Justin 32 Mariscal,Chris 39 Linehan,Tyler 21 Moultrie,Daniel 35 Kendall,Cody 43 Harlan,Thomas 33 Wiggins,Austin 49 Fontaine,Matt 37 Anderson,Will

c

po

a

e

fld%

dp

sba

csb

2012

4 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 18 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 5 0 0 0

.556 .500 .333 1.000 .500 .600 --.500 --1.000 ----.571 .667 ----------------.444 --.750 .286 -------

pb

ci

25 14 9 6 5 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 489 386 112 257 48 123 312 97 58 253 21 21 20 36 0 0 0

8 5 3 3 2 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 442 348 107 236 47 115 107 22 18 88 2 17 2 6 0 0 0

17 9 6 3 3 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 45 32 3 16 0 3 190 69 35 143 16 1 15 24 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 2 5 1 5 15 6 5 22 3 3 3 6 0 0 0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .996 .984 .982 .981 .979 .959 .952 .938 .914 .913 .857 .857 .850 .833 .000 .000 .000

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 33 2 19 0 0 37 11 5 35 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Totals

2305

1586

635

84

.964

53

26

23

.531

7

0

Opponents

2267

1557

645

65

.971

49

60

21

.741

9

0

Hitting minimums - 3 Games 10 AB Pitching minimums - 1 Games 12 IP

2013

5 2 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 24 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 2 0 0 0

sba%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Player

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RECORDS

RECORDS

RECORDS & HISTORY

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FRESNO STATE Home Runs

TOP 10 CAREER HITTING LEADERS Games

1. 259 2. 247 3. 245 4. 243 5. 234 6. 230 7. 215 8. 209 8. 207 207

Danny Muno Todd Johnson Ben Reynoso Steve Susdorf Greg Funk Joe Xavier Matt Curtis Kenny Wise Philip Romero Tom Mendonca

Avg. (Min. 260 AB) 1. .389 2. .383 .383 .383 5. .380 6. .363 7. .362 .360 8. .357 9. .351 10. .350

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

985 963 903 899 860 821 779 771 770 764

Runs

64

Todd Johnson

Ron Johnson Terry Pendleton Scott Buss Augie Garrido Lance Shebelut Steve Pearse Pete Dalena Bobby Coyle Steve Bates Brandon Mitchell Tom Goodwin

1977-78 1981-82 1983-84 1959-61 1988-89 1987-88 1981-82 2010 1985-87 1987-88 1987-89

Todd Johnson Danny Muno Ben Reynoso Steve Susdorf Joe Xavier Tom Goodwin Erik Wetzel Philip Romero Tom Mendonca Eddie Zosky

1990-93 2008-11 1993-96 2005-08 1982-85 1987-89 2006-08 1989-92 2007-09 1987-89

Danny Muno Tom Goodwin Steve Susdorf Erik Wetzel Joe Xavier Greg Funk Todd Johnson

2008-11 1987-89 2005-08 2006-08 1982-85 1980-83 1990-93

Hits

1. 340 2. 332 3. 297 4. 287 5. 276 6. 270 7. 253 253 9. 249 10. 236

Doubles

1. 70 2. 69 69 4. 56 5. 52 6. 51 7. 46 8. 44 9. 43 43 43

Triples

1. 18 2. 13 13 13 5. 12 6. 11 11 11 11 10. 10 10 10

Steve Susdorf

Dusty Robinson Eric Fox Philip Romero

2009-11 1982-83,’85 1989-92

Todd Johnson Danny Muno Steve Susdorf Tom Goodwin Joe Xavier Erik Wetzel Eddie Zosky Ben Reynoso Casey McGehee Philip Romero

1990-93 2008-11 2005-08 1987-89 1982-85 2006-08 1987-89 1993-96 2001-03 1989-92

Steve Susdorf Danny Muno Joe Xavier Todd Johnson Matt Curtis Eddie Zosky Nick Garcia Anthony Acevedo Dusty Robinson Steve Hosey Derek Feramisco

Eric Fox Fred Sommers Augie Garrido Tom Goodwin Bob Groth Bob Donkersley Greg Funk Todd Johnson Joe Gerber Eddie Zosky Ben Reynoso Derek Feramisco

2005-08 2008-11 1982-85 1990-93 1993-96 1987-89 1998-01 1999-00 2009-11 1987-89 1995-97

1982-85 1951-53 1959-61 1987-89 1969-70 1951-52 1980-83 1990-93 1996-99 1987-89 1993-96 1995-97

RBI

1. 217 2. 200 3. 185 4. 174 5. 168 6. 160 7. 157 8. 156 156 10. 152 152

Tom Mendonca Dusty Robinson Jordan Ribera Giuseppe Chiaramonte Lance Shebelut Steve Susdorf Beau Mills Greg Funk Pete Dalena Derek Feramisco

2007-09 2008-11 2008-11 1995-97 1987-88 2005-08 2005-06 1980-83 1981-82 1995-97

Steve Susdorf Todd Johnson Tom Mendonca Alan Ahmady Joe Xavier Dusty Robinson Giuseppe Chiaramonte Danny Muno Brandon Gemoll Greg Funk Eddie Zosky

2005-08 1990-93 2007-09 2007-09 1982-85 2009-11 1995-97 2008-11 1999-01 1980-83 1987-89

Stolen Bases 1. 164 2. 73 3. 71 71 5. 54 6. 47 7. 44 8. 43 9. 38 10. 33 33

Walks

1. 213 2. 145 3. 132 4. 123 5. 121 6. 120 7. 116 8. 107 9. 101 101

Tom Mendonca

Tom Goodwin Mike Noel Fibber Hirayama Ryan Wood Eric Fox Danny Muno Loren Storey Bob Donkersley Philip Romero Dave Schmidt Steve Susdorf

Danny Muno Greg Funk Joe Xavier Mike Noel Brad Bennett Alan Ahmady Matt Curtis Todd Johnson Steve Susdorf Erik Wetzel

1987-89 1988-91 1950-52 1994-95 1982-83-85 2008-11 2006-07 1951-52 1989-92 1968-69 2005-08

2008-11 1980-83 1982-85 1988-91 1978-80 2007-09 1993-96 1990-93 2005-08 2006-08

2011

TOP 10 CAREER PITCHING LEADERS 10. 3.01

Wins 1. 44 2. 33 3. 32 32 5. 30 6. 29 29 29 29 10. 28 28

John Hoover Jeff Weaver John Salles Bobby Jones Dan Grimm Rich Crane Bobby Doig Jon Reelhorn Erik Schullstrom Dick Ruthven Rich Bordi

1981-84 1995-98 1986-88 1989-91 1971-74 1987-89 1954-57 1978-80 1988-90 1970-72 1978-80

Saves 1. 24 2. 17 3. 16 4. 15 5. 13 6. 12 7. 11 8. 10 9. 8 10. 7 7

Brandon Burke Hans Smith Bobby Jones Taylor Garrison Bob Jacobsen Charlie Robertson Jason Breckley Shorty Farfan Chad Edwards Ben Fritz Bryan Wolfenbarger

2005-08 1997-00 1989-91 2009-12 1981-84 2009-11 2005-08 1995 2002-05 2000-02 2003

1.93 2.11 2.28 2.36 2.39 2.68 2.72 2.80 2.82

Ray Strable Tom Sharpe John Moncier Mike Noonan Doug Modrell Warren Brusstar Ted Ellis Bob Stoddard Rob Emerson

Dick Ruthven 2012

Innings Pitched 1957-58

ERA (200+ IP)+ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.52 1.94 2.27 2.37 2.45 2.61 2.64 2.88 2.93 3.03

Dick Ruthven Truman Clevenger Ed Hite Larry Gonsalves Bobby Jones Dave Rohm Bobby Doig John Hoover Brad Kelley Jon Reelhorn

1970-72 1951-53 1961-63 1966-68 1989-91 1976-77 1954-57 1981-84 1974-77 1978-80

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

42* 33 31$ 25 23 22 22 21 20 19

John Hoover John Salles Jeff Weaver Jon Reelhorn Bobby Jones Rich Bordi Erik Schullstrom Tony Herron Rich Crane Mark Gardner

1981-84 1986-88 1995-98 1978-80 1989-91 1978-80 1988-90 1979-81 1987-89 1984-85

Jeff Weaver John Hoover Erik Schullstrom Dick Ruthven Bobby Jones John Salles Adam Pettyjohn Jon Reelhorn Steve Wolf Mark Gardner

1995-97 1981-84 1988-90 1970-72 1989-91 1986-88 1996-98 1978-80 1988-90 1984-85

Strikeouts

ERA (100-199 IP)+ 1. 2. 3. 4 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Gary Modrell

1968-69 1967-68 1970-71 1968-69 1965-66 1973-74 1955-56 1977-78 1982-83

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

477 411 382 372 342 338 322 290 282 281

Jeff Weaver

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

494 449.1 430 412.2 373.2 359.1 357 352.2 322 321.1

John Hoover Dan Grimm John Salles Jeff Weaver Erik Schullstrom Jon Reelhorn Bobby Jones Rich Bordi Rich Crane Mike Goff

1981-84 1971-74 1986-88 1995-98 1988-90 1978-80 1989-91 1978-80 1987-89 1985-87

Dick Ruthven Bobby Doig George Millhorn Justin Wilson John Hoover Jon Reelhorn Erik Schullstrom Mark Lohuis Tony Herron Steve Wolf

1970-72 1954-57 1954-57 2006-08 1981-84 1978-80 1988-90 1978-79 1979-81 1988-90

Walks 1. 161 2. 146 3. 143 143 5. 134 6. 126 7. 123 8. 120 9. 119 10. 117

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

467 437 361 359 351 350 327 319 318 307

John Hoover John Salles Erik Schullstrom Mike Salazar Jeff Weaver Tom Graham Zach Minor Mike Goff Rich Crane Jon Reelhorn

1981-84 1986-88 1988-90 1990-93 1995-98 1997-00 1999-02 1985-87 1987-89 1978-80

+Minimum two seasons *Indicates NCAA record $ WAC Record

Ben Fritz

RECORDS

RECORDS

1. 251 2. 207 207 4. 205 5. 192 6. 183 183

2008-11 1990-93 1993-96 2005-08 1980-83 1982-85 1993-96 2009-12 1989-92 2007-09

8. 161 9. 160 10. 158

1. 56 2. 47 3. 44 4. 43 5. 39 39 7. 36 8. 33 9. 32 10. 30

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FRESNO STATE TOP 10 SEASON HITTING LEADERS Games 1. 5. 7. 8.

78 78 78 78 77 77 71 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68

Alan Ahmady Steve Susdorf Danny Muno Tom Mendonca Steve Detwiler Erik Wetzel Gavin Hedstrom Joe Xavier Carlos Vega Tom Goodwin Steve Hosey Brandon Mitchell Jeff Mott Steve Pearse Lance Shebelut Giuseppe Chiaramonte Derrick Levingston

Avg. (Minimum 120 AB) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.440 .430 .422 .408 .404 .401 .397 .388 .387 .384

At-Bats

66

323 311 306 302 296 295 295 291 279 288 288

Eddie Zosky

Ron Johnson Augie Garrido Mark Hance Andrew Dyes Scott Buss Lance Shebelut Terry Pendleton Steve Vondran Garrett Weber Richie Robnett

1978 1961 1973 1973 1984 1988 1982 1989 2010 2004

Tom Goodwin Erik Wetzel Eddie Zosky Steve Susdorf Steve Hosey Tom Mendonca Tom Goodwin Steve Pearse Lance Shebelut Alan Ahmady Danny Muno

1988 2008 1988 2008 1988 2008 1989 1988 1988 2008 2008

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

Hits 1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

99 97 87 85 80 78 74 72 71 68 68 68

Erik Wetzel Lance Shebelut Tom Goodwin Brandon Mitchell Steve Susdorf Steve Hosey Danny Muno Giuseppe Chiaramonte Jim Flores Scott Buss Tom Goodwin Danny Muno

2008 1988 1988 1988 2008 1988 2009 1997 1981 1984 1989 2010

112 112 112 110 111 109 108 104 101 99

Erik Wetzel Tom Goodwin Lance Shebelut Alan Ahmady Steve Pearse Tom Goodwin Steve Hosey Steven Susdorf Eddie Zosky Scott Buss

2008 1988 1988 2008 1988 1989 1988 2008 1989 1984

Doubles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9.

33 28 27 26 25 24 24 24 23 23

Triples

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

Steve Susdorf Derek Feramisco Richie Robnett Steve Hosey Danny Muno Brandon Mitchell Derrick Levingston Anthony Acevedo Joe Xavier Joe Xavier

2008 1997 2004 1988 2009 1988 1997 1999 1984 1985

1. 32 2. 27 27 4. 26 5. 22 6. 20 7. 19 19 9. 17 10. 16 16 16 16 16 16

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

94 92 88 78 75 73 72 72 70 69 69

Erik Wetzel

1970 1983 1992 1956 1989 1952 1985

1988 2009 2010 1997 2005 1978 1983 2008 1982 2011 2010 2009 1998 1988 1988

Lance Shebelut Alan Ahmady Steve Susdorf Tom Mendonca Eddie Zosky Steve Hosey Pete Dalena Giuseppe Chiaramonte Tom Mendonca Bobby Coyle Jordan Ribera

1988 2008 2008 2009 1988 1988 1982 1997 2008 2010 2010

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

62 61 41 38 37 36 33 32 31 27

Walks Bob Groth Eric Fox Brant Brown Walt Napier Tom Goodwin Bob Donkersley Eric Fox Many with 6

Lance Shebelut Tom Mendonca Jordan Ribera Giuseppe Chiaramonte Beau Mills Jim Rothford Randy Asadoor Tom Mendonca Pete Dalena Dusty Robinson Dusty Robinson Dusty Robinson Simon Tafoya Mike Burton Steve Vondran

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

64 56 55 54 54 53 52 52 50 50

Tom Goodwin Tom Goodwin Tom Goodwin Ryan Wood Mike Noel Fibber Hirayama Ryan Wood Fibber Hirayama Eric Fox Vernon Spearman

1988 1989 1987 1994 1991 1951 1995 1952 1983 1991

Danny Muno Ray Reyes Danny Muno Joe Xavier Mike Noel Jim Flores Greg Funk Lance Shebelut Brandon Mitchell Mike Burton

2009 1978 2008 1984 1991 1981 1982 1988 1988 1989

Richie Robnett 2011

Wins 1. 2. 5. 7. 9.

ERA (100+ IP) 18 16 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 13

John Hoover Larry Gonsalves Bobby Jones Mark Gardner John Salles Rich Crane Randy Graham Erik Schullstrom Dick Ruthven Mike Salazar Eddie Romero

1984 1967 1991 1985 1988 1988 1982 1988 1971 1993 2006

Brandon Burke Charlie Robertson Bobby Jones Taylor Garrison Shorty Farfan Hans Smith Bob Jacobsen Hans Smith Ben Fritz Bryan Wolfenbarger

2008 2011 1989 2012 1995 2000 1984 1999 2001 2003

Saves 1. 2. T3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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

1.50 1.53 1.59 1.76 1.79 1.88 2.09 2.29 2.40 2.47 2.49

Dick Ruthven Dick Ruthven Larry Gonsalves Darrell Gambero Greg Gonzalez Bobby Jones John Hoover Dave Rohm Erik Schullstrom Dan Grimm Jon Reelhorn

1971 1972 1967 1970 2011 1991 1984 1977 1988 1973 1979

Complete Games

13 12 11 11 10 9 8 7 7 7

ERA (40-99 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Innings Pitched

1.13 1.19 1.21 1.37 1.51 1.54 1.74 1.85 1.89 1.90

Dennis Pilati Mountie Bedford Frank Warren Truman Clevenger Dick Ruthven Brad Kelley Ray Strable Virgil DeGeorge Ed Hite Tom Sharpe

John Hoover 2012

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

19 18 15 15 14 13 12 12 12 12

John Hoover* Bobby Jones Mark Gardner John Salles Larry Gonsalves Rob Emerson Tom Minor Rich Bordi Randy Graham Jeff Weaver

1984 1991 1985 1988 1967 1983 1994 1979 1982 1996

John Hoover Mark Gardner Jeff Weaver Dick Ruthven Steve Wolf Bobby Jones Jeff Weaver Dick Ruthven John Salles

1984 1985 1997 1971 1990 1991 1998 1972 1988

Strikeouts 1966 1958 1958 1953 1970 1974 1969 1962 1962 1967

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

205 187 181 171 171 166 156 153 152

Brandon Burke

1. 177.1 2. 176.2 3. 172.0 4. 168.1 5. 160.2 6. 155.1 7. 154.0 8. 152.2 9. 149.1 10. 148.0

John Salles John Hoover Bobby Jones Mark Gardner Rich Crane Tommy Minor Steve Wolf Rob Emerson Rich Crane Jon Reelhorn

1988 1984 1991 1985 1988 1994 1990 1983 1989 1979

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

677 655 652 641 632 623 596 593 589 574

John Salles Mike Salazar John Hoover Tommy Minor Mark Gardner Rich Crane Jeff Weaver Steve Wolf Bobby Jones Rich Crane

1988 1993 1984 1994 1985 1988 1997 1990 1991 1989

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

168 159 156 155 155 154 149 148 148 147 147

John Salles Mike Salazar Steve Wolf Rich Crane Kevin Gunther John Salles Tom Graham Tom Minor Jared Fernandez Mark Gardner Bob Runyon

1988 1993 1990 1988 1995 1987 1999 1994 1994 1985 2002

*Indicates NCAA record

Tom Minor

RECORDS

RECORDS

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

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 1984 1984 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1997 1997

Home Runs

TOP 10 SEASON PITCHING LEADERS

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FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS IN THE NCAA RECORD BOOK Batting - Single Game At-Bats

Oscar Lopez

10

2/10/2001

Team – Single Game

Hits Fresno State vs. New Mexico

T-1st

Pitching - Single Game Fielding - Single Season Assists

Dennis Dalton

13

Strikeouts Tom Mendonca Doubles Steve Susdorf Home Runs Lance Shebelut* * Tied with Mark McGwire

Games Started Complete Games Complete Games Innings Pitched Innings Pitched Innings Pitched Strikouts

Batting - Career At-Bats Stolen Bases

John Salles John Hoover Bobby Jones John Salles John Hoover Bobby Jones John Hoover

Todd Johnson Tom Goodwin

Pitching - Career

Games Started John Hoover Complete Games John Hoover Innings John Hoover

Fielding - Career Putouts Assists

Miscellaneous Hitting Streak No Hitter Perfect Game

Todd Johnson Ben Reynoso

RECORDS

T-5th

9

Apr. 15, 1995

T-1st

Hits, Both Teams Fresno State (36), New Mexico (32) Fresno State (32), Nevada (21)

68 53

April 1, 1999 Apr. 25, 1982

1st 2nd

Doubles, Both Teams New Mexico (8), Fresno State (6)

14

Apr. 1, 1999

T-6th

14

Mar. 2, 1996

T-7th

Hits, Consecutive Fresno State vs. Cal Poly

2008 2008 1988

1st T-12th T-13th

Cal State Northridge (13), Fresno State (1)

Runs, Losing Team Fresno State vs. New Mexico Strikouts Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech

23 19 18 177.1 176.2 172.0 205

1988 1984 1991 1988 1984 1991 1984

T-3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 8th 10th

985 164

1990-93 1987-89

17th T-9th

64 42 494.0

1981-84 1981-84 1981-84

T-14th T-1st 4th

1,648 783

1990-93 1993-96

19th 2nd

38 (Feb. 26-May 25, 1997)

vs. Hawai’i (Apr. 10, 2010) vs. Cal Poly (1967)

Tom Goodwin .347 Lance Shebelut .347 99 2008 Steve Susdorf 33 Bob Groth 10 Eric Fox 10 Jordan Ribera 27 Lance Shebelut 226 Tom Goodwin 73 Tom Goodwin 75 Dick Ruthven 171 John Hoover 205 Steve Wolf 171 Bobby Jones 166 Jeff Weaver 181 Leroy Gregory 12 John Hoover 18

1988 1988 2008 1970 1983 2010 1988 1988 1989 1971 1984 1990 1991 1997 1959 1984

Hit By Pitch, Both Teams FS (4), Clemson (4)

Team – Miscellaneous

Longest Winning Streak All-Time Winningest Teams (PCT) All-Time Winningest Teams (Wins)

Annual Team Champions Batting Average Total Bases Double Plays

.350 1,492 76

26

April 1, 1999

T-2nd

Overall Series - Individual Batting

Category Most Runs Most Homeruns Most Total Bases Most Runs Batted In Most Runs Batted In Most Hit By Pitch Most Hit By Pitch Most At-Bats

Name Number Rank Steve Susdorf 10 T-3 Tom Mendonca 4 T-1 Steve Detwiler 22 T-6 Tom Mendonca 11 T-5 Steve Detwiler 11 T-5 Gavin Hedstrom 3 Among 12 most recent Steve Susdorf 3 Among 12 most recent Erik Wetzel 31 T-4

Pitching 23

May 2, 2003

T-6th

8

Feb. 27, 1994

T-9th

32 3/9/88- 5/3/88 .633 82 seasons 2,338 82 seasons

T-4th 21st 18th

Category Name Number Most Games Started Justin Wilson 3

Rank T-1

Overall Series - Team Batting

Category Number Rank Most At-Bats 249 T-3 Most Runs 62 T-1 Most Hits 77 T-2 Most Homeruns 14 T-3 Most Total Bases 136 2 Most Runs Batted In 61 T-1 Hit-by-Pitch 9 T-4

Pitching

Category Number Rank Most Hits Allowed 71 3

Fielding

Category Number Rank Most Double Plays 11 T-2

CWS Final Game Records - Individual Batting

Category Most Hits Most Home Runs Most Total Bases Most Runs Batted In

Name Number Steve Detwiler 4 Steve Detwiler 2 Steve Detwiler 11 Steve Detwiler 6

Rank T-2 T-1 1 2

2008 FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS

1988 1988 2008

Collegiate Baseball Division I Final Polls No. 1 No. 3 No. 6 No. 7 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 No. 12 No. 13

2008 1959 1991 1988 1961, 1962 1967, 1993 1983 1966, 1985 1982, 1989

No. 14 No. 18 No. 20 No. 21 No. 22 No. 24 No. 26 No. 28

1984 1997 1981 1977 1995 1980 1979 1990, 2006

Baseball America Division I Final Polls (1981-2010) No. 1 No. 5 No. 6 No. 8 No. 9

2008 1988 1984 1982 1991

No. 12 No. 14 No. 16 No. 22 No. 23

1983, 1989 1993 1985 2006 1995, 1997

USA Today Baseball Weekly/ESPN/American Baseball Coaches Association Division I Final Polls (1992-2010) No. 1 No. 12 No. 23

2008 1993 1995, 1997

National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Division I Final Polls (2001-2010) No. 1

2008

2011

2012

RECORDS

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Batting Average Runs Erik Wetzel Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Stolen Bases Strikeouts Wins

99 33 32

Josh Hannah, T-11th Greg Gonzalez Larry Gonsalves

Annual Individual Champions

T-2nd

April 1, 1999

Home Runs, Both Teams

Batting - Single Season

Pitching - Single Season

Feb. 24, 1968

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FRESNO STATE COACHING RECORDS

Pacific Coast Athletic Association

Year Coach

W L T Pct. Conference Finish

1922 Arthur Jones 1923 Arthur Jones 1924 Arthur Jones 1925 Arthur Jones 1926 Arthur Jones 1930 Stan Borleske 1931 Stan Borleske 1936 Stan Borleske 1937 Stan Borleske 1938 Stan Borleske 1939 Stan Borleske

2 2 0 2 4 0 8 3 0 7 4 0 5 0 0 2 3 0 2 8 0 5 5 0 15 0 0 11 5 0 12 7 0

.500 No conference play .333 No conference play .727 Champions .636 No conference play 1.000 No conference play .400 No conference play .200 No conference play .500 No conference play 1.000 No conference play .688 No conference play .632 No conference play

California Collegiate Athletic Association

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Mike Batesole

14 11 0 17 5 0 8 7 0 15 8 0 1 4 0 0 6 0 15 7 0 9 20 0 26 11 0 29 9 0 29 13 0 36 4 0 33 11 0 27 11 0 26 16 0 31 14 0 28 13 0 20 12 0 23 9 0 41 13 0 25 15 0 36 9 0 34 8 0 29 17 0 28 13 0 22 14 0 32 14 0 38 10 0 20 23 0 26 19 0

.560 .773 .533 .652 .200 .000 .682 .310 .703 .763 .691 .900 .750 .711 .619 .689 .683 .625 .719 .759 .625 .800 .810 .630 .683 .611 .696 .792 .465 .577

3rd Champions 2nd No conference play No conference play No conference play 2nd 6th 2nd 2nd Champions Champions No conference play 2nd Champions Champions Champions 2nd 2nd Champions 3rd Champions Champions 2nd 3rd 3rd Champions Champions 4th 2nd

Bob Bennett

35 20 0 35 24 0 31 26 0 31 24 0 38 20 0 26 33 0 28 29 0

.636 .593 .544 .564 .655 .441 .491

5th Co-Champions 6th 3rd 3rd 6th 4th

.650 .655 .578 .782 .662 .776 .703 .818

Champions 3rd Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions

43 22 0 29 27 1 34 26 0 56 12 0

.677 .518 .567 .824

Champions T-3rd 5th Champions

44 19 0 38 24 0 42 23 0 37 20 0

.698 .613 .646 .649

Co-Champions T-2nd Co-Champions 3rd

Northern California Baseball Association 1977 Bob Bennett 1978 Bob Bennett 1979 Bob Bennett 1980 Bob Bennett 1981 Bob Bennett 1982 Bob Bennett 1983 Bob Bennett 1984 Bob Bennett

39 21 0 38 20 0 37 27 0 43 12 0 43 22 0 45 13 0 45 19 0 54 12 2

Pacific Coast Athletic Association 1985 Bob Bennett 1986 Bob Bennett 1987 Bob Bennett 1988 Bob Bennett

Big West Conference

1989 Bob Bennett 1990 Bob Bennett 1991 Bob Bennett 1992 Bob Bennett

Western Athletic Conference 1993 Bob Bennett 1994 Bob Bennett 1995 Bob Bennett 1996 Bob Bennett 1997 Bob Bennett 1998 Bob Bennett 1999 Bob Bennett 2000 Bob Bennett 2001 Bob Bennett 2002 Bob Bennett 2003 Mike Batesole 2004 Mike Batesole 2005 Mike Batesole 2006 Mike Batesole 2007 Mike Batesole 2008 Mike Batesole 2009 Mike Batesole 2010 Mike Batesole 2011 Mike Batesole 2012 Mike Batesole

41 22 0 .651 Champions 36 27 0 .571 West Champions 41 22 0 .651 Champions 36 24 0 .600 2nd 40 28 0 .588 2nd 33 28 1 .541 West Champions 33 30 0 .524 7th 40 21 0 .656 3rd 41 25 0 .621 2nd 32 27 0 .571 3rd 30 29 0 .508 3rd 29 29 0 .500 2nd 30 29 0 .508 2nd 45 18 0 .714 Champions 38 29 0 .567 Champions 47 31 0 .602 NCAA Champions 32 30 0 .516 Champions 38 25 0 .603 Champions 40 16 0 .714 Champions 31 28 0 0.526 Champions

Pete Beiden

2011

2012

HISTORY

HISTORY

1940 Stan Borleske 1941 Stan Borleske 1942 Alvin Pierson 1943 Alvin Pierson 1944 Earl Wight 1945 Earl Wight 1946 Earl Wight 1947 Ken Gleason 1948 Pete Beiden 1949 Pete Beiden 1950 Pete Beiden 1951 Pete Beiden 1952 Pete Beiden 1953 Pete Beiden 1954 Pete Beiden 1955 Pete Beiden 1956 Pete Beiden 1957 Pete Beiden 1958 Pete Beiden 1959 Pete Beiden 1960 Pete Beiden 1961 Pete Beiden 1962 Pete Beiden 1963 Pete Beiden 1964 Pete Beiden 1965 Pete Beiden 1966 Pete Beiden 1967 Bob Bennett 1968 Pete Beiden 1969 Pete Beiden

1970 Bob Bennett 1971 Bob Bennett 1972 Bob Bennett 1973 Bob Bennett 1974 Bob Bennett 1975 Bob Bennett 1976 Bob Bennett

BASEBALL

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FRESNO STATE 1986 - January regular phase

FRESNO STATE DRAFT PICKS 1965 - June Regular Phase Rd. Name, Pos. 10 Richard Pierini, RHP 13 Buz Stephen, RHP* 23 Robert Schanze, 3B

Club Astros Astros Cardinals

1966 - January Regular Phase 3

Mike Griffith, LHP

1966 - January secondary phase 2 Buz Stephen, RHP*

1966 - June regular phase 5 23 29 35

Wayne McGhee, C Earl Vickers, OF* Dan Pollard, 1B David Nitschke, C*

Mets Twins Red Sox Phillies Angels Dodgers

1966 - June secondary phase 1

Buz Stephen, RHP

Twins (6th overall)

1967 - June regular phase 26 Donald Peracchi, 1B 37 Larry Gonsalves, RHP* 39 Earl Vickers, OF

Angels Royals White Sox

1967 - June secondary phase 4 7 9

Earl Vickers, OF Robert Perruchon, OF David Nitschke, C

1968 - January regular phase 6

Larry Gonsalves, RHP

1968 - June regular phase 16 William Brown, INF Ray Strable, RHP

1969 -June regular phase 35 David Schmidt, SS

17 Robert Ulrich, RHP

1970 - June regular phase 19 Darrell Gambero, RHP 21 Robert Groth, OF

Richard Mahlmann, LHP Scott Wolfe, INF

1 Dick Ruthven, RHP*

Giants Royals Angels

1971 - June regular phase 1972 - June regular phase

Twins Twins

1970 - January regular phase

5 7

Red Sox Red Sox

1969 - January regular phase 9

Giants Angels Mets

Twins Giants Twins (8th overall)

1973 - January regular phase 1

Dick Ruthven, RHP

Phillies (1st overall)

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4 19 25 32 33

Mark Hance, 3B Daniel Grimm, RHP* Bradley Duncan, RHP Mark Hance, 3B Warren Brusstar, RHP*

1974 - January regular phase 3 Daniel Grimm, RHP* 4 Warren Brusstar, RHP

1975 - January regular phase 2 Jeffrey Ross, P*

Dodgers Twins Twins Rangers Mets Expos Phillies Giants

1975 - June regular phase 4

Andrew Dyes, OF

No players drafted 6

Dave Rohm, RHP

Blue Jays

1977 - June secondary phase 1

Stephen Collins, RHP Red Sox (7th overall)

1978 - June regular phase 10 Bob Stoddard, RHP 11 Mark Lohuis, RHP* 24 Ron Johnson, 1B

1978 - June secondary phase 2 Curtis Reade, RHP*

1979 - June regular phase 12 Ron Leach, LHP 21 Mark Lohuis, RHP 21 David Holt, C

1980 - June regular phase 3 4 11 34 37

Rich Bordi, RHP Jon Reelhorn, RHP Curtis Reade, RHP Brad Bennett, OF Darren Holt, 2B

1981 - June regular phase 10 19 24 25

Tony Herron, LHP Jim Flores, SS Steve Wilcox, RHP Kevin Coughlon, OF

1982 - June regular phase 3 7 12 27

Tim Thiessen, SS Terry Pendleton, OF Rob Geels, C Pete Dalena, 1B

1983 - June regular phase 3 12 16 20 23 24

Randy Asadoor, 3B Rob Emerson, RHP Ken Galloway, LHP* John Hoover, RHP* Greg Funk, 2B Kurt Walker, RHP

Mariners Cubs Royals Cardinals Indians Astros Red Sox Athletics Phillies Dodgers Yankees Yankees Athletics Twins Giants Athletics Expos Cardinals Red Sox Yankees Rangers Blue Jays Twins Yankees Yankees White Sox

1984 - June regular phase 1 John Hoover, RHP 4 Todd Soares, OF 5 Ken Galloway, LHP 9 Vince Barger, LHP 14 Bob Jacobsen, RHP 16 Scott Buss, OF 17 Mark Gardner, RHP* 21 Eddie Jacobo, OF 22 Eric Fox, OF*

Orioles (25th overall) Phillies Indians Braves Dodgers Mariners Indians Dodgers Blue Jays

1985 - June regular phase 8 8 12 13 13 22

Mark Gardner, RHP Bob Bafia, 3B Ken Crew, RHP Joe Xavier, SS Eric Fox, OF* Cal Cain, OF

Mariners (5th overall)

1986 - June regular phase Expos

1976

1977 - June regular phase

Eric Fox, OF

13 24 26 30 30

Harvey Brumfield, OF Billy Bartels, RHP Michael Stewart, OF* Jeff Stark, OF John Larios, OF

1987 3 12 21 22 29 30 49

Mike Goff, RHP Shawn Gilbert, SS Dennis Springer, RHP Derek Stroud, LHP Steve Bates, OF Steve Wapnick, RHP Michael Stewart, OF*

Mariners Twins Dodgers Cubs Phillies Blue Jays Blue Jays

1988

4 Lance Shebelut, 1B 4 Steve Buckholz, RHP 5 John Salles, RHP 34 Ed Bustamante, OF*

Tigers Pirates Cubs Tigers

1989 1 1 1 8 13 17 62

Steve Hosey, OF Giants (14th overall) Eddie Zosky, SS Blue Jays (19th overall) Tom Goodwin, OF Dodgers (22nd overall) Jason Brosnan, LHP Dodgers Steve Vondran, 3B-C Reds Mike Burton, 1B Rangers Rich Crane, LHP Dodgers

1990 2 5 6 19 26 33 40 40

Erik Schullstrom, RHP Rick Lantrip, 1B-DH Steve Wolf, RHP Tom Phillips, C Ranbir Grewal, RHP J.P. Postiff, 3B Jeff Borgese, OF Eric Buechele, C#

Orioles Yankees Tigers Expos Expos Cubs Phillies Angels

1991 1 11 23 28

Bobby Jones, RHP+ Jason Wood, SS Robbie Saitz, RHP Vernon Spearman, OF

Mets A’s Angels Dodgers

1992 3 15 15 24 27 29 35 39

Brant Brown, 1B Todd Johnson, C* Jim Patterson, RHP Terance Frazier, 3B Mike Salazar, LHP* Anthony Bonifazio, OF Tim Costic, OF Philip Romero, 2B

Cubs Mariners Marlins A’s A’s Marlins Twins Phillies

1993 1 15 18 45

Steve Soderstrom, RHP Giants (6th overall) Mike Salazar, LHP Tigers Todd Johnson, C Indians Mark Cruise, RHP Cardinals

1994 Expos Cubs Royals Athletics Phillies Reds

Phillies Dodgers Twins Phillies Royals

28 Scott Warembourg, RHP 38 Tommy Minor, RHP

1995 6 9 61 66

Joe Freitas, OF Tony Enard, RHP Shorty Farfan, RHP Robert Donnelly, RHP

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Rockies Cardinals Cardinals Marlins Angels Cardinals

1996

12 Ben Reynoso, SS 26 Matt Curtis, C

1997 2 5 13 37

Jeff Weaver, RHP* Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Derek Feramisco, OF Brad Tucker, RHP*

1998 1 2 13 27

Jeff Weaver, RHP Adam Pettyjohn, LHP Randy Goodrich, RHP Craig da Luz, 3B

1999

9 Casey Rowe, RHP 30 Hans Smith, LHP*

2000

11 Hans Smith, LHP 13 Anthony Acevedo, OF 42 Shawn Hannah, RHP

2001 3 6 8

Nick Moran, RHP Josh Labandeira, SS Brandon Gemoll, 1B

2002 1 6 12 25

Ben Fritz, RHP Mike Hernandez, LHP Bob Runyon, RHP Zach Minor, RHP

2003

10 Casey McGehee, 3B

2004 1 16 26 30 30 37

Richie Robnett, OF Ryan Haag, 2B Kyle Wilson, 1B David Griffin, LHP Brandon Marcelli, C Chris Patrick, SS

2005 1 6 12 17

Matt Garza, RHP Doug Fister, RHP* Rudy Quinonez, RHP Michael Cooper, RHP

2006 3 5 7 9 10 12

Nick Moresi, OF Andy Underwood, RHP Doug Fister, RHP Eddie Romero, LHP Christian Vitters, SS Kent Sakamoto, 1B

2007^ 18 24 21 27

White Sox Giants Cardinals Cubs

2009 1 2 11 28

Tanner Scheppers, RHP+ Tom Mendonca, 3B Alan Ahmady, 1B Holden Sprague, RHP

2010

10 Bobby Coyle, OF 26 Danny Muno, 2B*

Tigers (14th overall) Tigers Giants Tigers

Athletics Indians Cardinals Phillies Cubs Athletics Yankees Rockies Reds Cardinals Cardinals Twins Yankees Braves Cardinals

Tanner Scheppers, RHP* Justin Wilson, RHP Erik Wetzel, 2B Justin Miller, RHP Steve Susdorf, OF Clayton Allison, RHP

Pirates Pirates Rockies Rangers Phillies Dodgers

8 10 15 18 21 22 22 27 27 50

Danny Muno, IF Dusty Robinson, OF Greg Gonzalez, P Josh Poytress, P Jordan Ribera, IF Garrett Weber, IF Brennan Gowens, OF Taylor Garrison, RHP* Charlie Robertson, RHP Trent Garrison, C*

Red Sox Yankees Rangers Pirates Orioles Rockies

FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICKS June regular phase 1972 1984 1989 1989 1989 1991 1993 1998 2002 2004 2005 2009

*Dick Ruthven, P, Minnesota, 8th selection John Hoover, P, Baltimore, 25th selection Steve Hosey, OF, San Francisco, 14th selection Eddie Zosky, SS, Toronto, 19th selection Tom Goodwin, OF, Los Angeles, 22nd selection +Bobby Jones, P, New York Mets, 36th selection Steve Soderstrom, P, San Francisco Giants, 6th selection Jeff Weaver, P, Detroit Tigers, 14th selection Ben Fritz, P, Oakland Athletics, 30th selection Richie Robnett, OF, Oakland Athletics, 26th selection Matt Garza, P, Minnesota Twins, 25th selection Tanner Scheppers, P, Texas Rangers, 44th selection

* Did not sign with the Twins; was subsequently drafted No. 1 overall in the regular phase of the January, 1973 draft by Philadelphia. Ruthven signed with the Phillies and went directly to the big leagues. +Supplemental choice

Note: Fresno State’s three-first round draft choices in 1989 — Steve Hosey, Eddie Zosky and Tom Goodwin — is one of only three times in the history of the draft that three players from the same school were taken in the first round of the same draft. The only other schools to have three first-round draft choices in the same year was Michigan in 1979 (Rick Leach, Steve Howe, and Steve Perry) and Rice in 2004 (Philip Humber, Jeff Niemann and Wade Townsend). Source: Baseball America

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Mets Athletics Padres Pirates Rockies Diamondbacks Angels Dodgers Braves Angels

*Did not sign #Did not play baseball; was a four-year letterman on the football team. + Supplemental choice ^Beau Mills (2005-06) transferred and was subsequently drafted in the first round (13th overall) by Cleveland the following year. Source: Baseball America

Astros Padres Mariners Diamondbacks Athletics Pirates Rockies Rockies Twins Tigers

Dodgers Cubs

2011

2012

Devil Rays Astros Tigers Indians Expos Brewers

Pirates Rangers Cardinals Marlins

Justin Haley, RHP Taylor Garrison, RHP Cody Kendall, RHP Thomas Harlan, LHP Gene Escat, RHP Patrick Hutcheson, 2B

Tigers Diamondbacks

Brian Lapin, OF Brandon Miller, LHP Ozzie Lewis, OF Steve Susdorf, OF*

2008 2 5 13 16 16 27

Padres Angels

Matt Garza

HISTORY

HISTORY

1973 - June regular phase

1

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FRESNO STATE FRESNO STATE ALL-AMERICANS

FRESNO STATE ALL-AMERICANS American Baseball Coaches Association

Don Barnett Pitcher • 1951

Larry Gonsalves Pitcher • 1967

Dick Ruthven Pitcher • 1972

Ron Johnson 1B • 1978

Pete Dalena DH • 1981

Randy Graham Pitcher • 1982

Terry Pendleton OF • 1982

Eric Fox OF • 1983

John Hoover Pitcher • 1984

Scott Buss OF • 1982

Mark Gardner Pitcher • 1985

Tom Goodwin OF • 1988-89

John Salles Pitcher • 1988

Lance Shebelut 1B • 1988

1951 Don Barnett, P 1967 Larry Gonsalves, P 1972 Dick Ruthven, P 1978 Ron Johnson, 1B 1981 Pete Dalena, DH 1982 Randy Graham, P Terry Pendleton, OF 1983 Eric Fox, OF 1984 John Hoover, P Scott Buss, OF 1985 Mark Gardner, P 1988 Tom Goodwin, OF John Salles, P Lance Shebelut, 1B Steve Pearse, 2B 1989 Tom Goodwin, OF Eddie Zosky, SS 1991 Bobby Jones, P Jason Wood, SS 1992 Brant Brown, 1B 1996 Jeff Weaver, P 1997 Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C 1998 Jeff Weaver, P 2004 Richie Robnett, OF 2009 Tom Mendonca, 3B 2010 Jordan Ribera, 1B 2011 Dusty Robinson, OF

Baseball America Magazine Steve Pearse 2B • 1988

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Richie Robnett OF • 2004

Tommy Minor Pitcher • 1994

Tanner Scheppers Pitcher • 2008

Steve Hosey OF • 1988

Jeff Weaver Pitcher • 1996-98

Steve Susdorf OF • 2008

Eddie Zosky SS • 1989

Giuseppe Chiaramonte C • 1997

Tom Mendonca 3B • 2009

Bobby Jones PItcher • 1991

Hans Smith Pitcher • 2000

Jordan Ribera 1B • 2010

Jason Wood SS • 1991

Josh Labandeira SS • 2001

Greg Gonzalez Pitcher • 2011

Brant Brown 1B • 1992

Ben Fritz Pitcher • 2002

Dusty Robinson OF • 2011

2011

1981 1982 1984 1985 1988 1989 1991 1996 1997 1998 2002 2004 2009 2011

John Hoover, P Randy Graham, P Terry Pendleton, OF John Hoover, P Mark Gardner, P Tom Goodwin, OF Lance Shebelut, 1B John Salles, P Rich Crane, P Steve Hosey, OF Tom Goodwin, OF Eddie Zosky, SS Rich Crane, P Bobby Jones, P Jeff Weaver, P Jeff Weaver, P Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Jeff Weaver, P Ben Fritz, P Richie Robnett, OF Tom Mendonca, 3B Greg Gonzalez, P Dusty Robinson, OF

The Sporting News 1972 1989

Dick Ruthven, P Tom Goodwin, OF Eddie Zosky, SS

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HM 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd

1st 1st 1st

Collegiate Baseball Insider 2011

Greg Gonzalez, P Dusty Robinson

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper 1989 1991 1997 1998 2001 2002 2004 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tom Goodwin, OF Eddie Zosky, SS Bobby Jones, P Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Jeff Weaver, P Josh Labandeira, SS Ben Fritz, P Richie Robnett, OF Tanner Scheppers, P Steve Susdorf, OF Tom Mendonca, 3B Jordan Ribera, 1B Greg Gonzalez, P Dusty Robinson, OF

1st HM

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd

National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2008 2009 2010 2011

Todd Johnson, C Tommy Minor, P Jeff Weaver, P Jeff Weaver, P Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Jeff Weaver, P Anthony Acevedo, OF Hans Smith, P Steve Susdorf, OF Tom Mendonca, 3B Jordan Ribera, 1B Greg Gonzalez, P

2nd 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st HM 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st

Freshman All-American — Baseball America Magazine 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1996 1997 2001 2005 2009

John Salles, P Tom Goodwin, OF Erik Schullstrom, P Bobby Jones, P Todd Johnson, C Jeff Weaver, P Casey Rowe, P Casey McGehee, OF Beau Mills, 3B Dusty Robinson, OF

2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st HM 1st 2nd

Freshman All-American — Collegiate Baseball Newspaper 1990 1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2004 2005 2006 2011

Todd Johnson, C Giuseppe Chiaramonte, DH/C Jeff Weaver, P Casey Rowe, P Tom Creighton, 2B Mike Hernandez, P Nick Moresi, OF Christian Vitters, 3B Beau Mills, 3B Erik Wetzel, 2B Aaron Judge, OF`

1st 1st 1st 1st HM HM 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

HISTORY

HISTORY

Todd Johnson C • 1993

Rich Crane Pitcher •1988-89

1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd

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FRESNO STATE ALL-REGION SELECTIONS All West Region

(First Team Selections)

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Nick Moresi

Don Barnett, P Franny Oneto, 2B Leroy Gregory, P Augie Garrido, OF Terry Banderas, OF Larry Gonsalves, P Don Peracchi, 1B Dick Ruthven, P Larry Prieto, 2B Ron Johnson, 1B Jim Rothford, C Brad Bennett, OF Brad Bennett, OF Rich Bordi, P Pete Dalena, DH John Hoover, P Randy Graham, P Terry Pendleton, OF Greg Funk, 2B Tim Thiessen, SS Randy Asadoor, 3B Rob Emerson, P Eric Fox, OF John Hoover, P Scott Buss, OF Mark Gardner, P Tom Goodwin, OF Steve Pearse, 2B John Salles, P Lance Shebelut, 1B Eddie Zosky, SS Tom Goodwin, OF Eddie Zosky, SS Bobby Jones, P Bobby Jones, P Jason Wood, SS Brant Brown, 1B Kevin Gunther, P Jeff Weaver, P Jeff Weaver, P Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Jeff Weaver, P Richie Robnett, OF Beau Mills, 3B Nick Moresi, OF Greg Gonzalez, P

ALL-CCAA

(First Team Selections) 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

Stewart Bachetelle, P Angelo Petropulos, P Chester Steinhauer, 2B Findley Upton, OF Jack Kelley, OF Leonard Masini, UT Chester Schmidt, P George Abo, P Ollie Bidwell, OF Marty Krieg, UT Angelo Petropulos, P Adolph Pierini, 3B Mervin Salwasser, 1B Bill Hansen, 1B Earl Smith, P Bill Hansen, 1B Galen Bowman, OF Don Abbott, C Don Barnett, P Fibber Hirayama, UT Art Shahzade, OF Fred Bartels, 1B Don Barnett, P Don Bricker, C Bob Donkersley, SS Fibber Hirayama, OF Franny Oneto, 2B Fibber Hirayama, OF Bob Bennett, C Truman Clevenger, P Fred Sommers, SS Len Tucker, OF Ted Wills, Jr., P Bob Bennett, C Ted Wills, Jr., P Ted Ellis, P Don Farris, P Jack Hannah, P Jim Knerr, 3B-SS Tony Levaggi, OF J.D. Petersen, UT Roy Zivanich, OF Bob Doig, P Ted Ellis, P Jim Knerr, SS Walt Napier, OF Joe Pedrazzini, 1B George Read, OF

Randy Asadoor

1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Bob Doig, P Jim Knerr, SS Joe Pedrazzini, 1B Mark Cameron, C Dorman Martin, OF Gary Modrell, P Leroy Gregory, P Jim Lester, 3B Mike Mathiesen, SS Jerry White, 2B James Garrett, C Augie Garrido, OF Ed Vegely, P Bob Bonomini, 2B Stan Busch, OF Bert Dollar, C Augie Garrido, OF Gene Graves, P Bob Paull, SS Terry Tackett, P Terry Banderas, OF Bob Bonomini, 2B Ron Schiller, 1B Frank Hashimoto, OF Ed Hite, P Jim Williams, SS Phil Mastagni, OF Jim Williams, SS Rick Pierini, P Katsu Shitanishi, 2B Wayne McGhee, C Buz Stephen, P Larry Gonsalves, P Buzz Nitschke, C Don Peracchi, OF/INF Tom Sharpe, P Al Suckut, OF Jerry Robison, 2B Dave Schmidt, SS

ALL-PCAA

(First Team Selections) 1970 1971 1972

Darrell Gambero, P Bob Groth, OF Allen Jones, OF Dick Ruthven, P Scott Wolfe, 2B Larry Prieto, 2B

Josh Labandeira

1973 1974 1976

Dick Ruthven, P Andrew Dyes, OF Dan Grimm, P Mark Hance, 3B Bob Felts, 2B Dan Grimm, P Fernando Garcia, 1B Ron Myers, OF

ALL-NCBA

(First Team Selections) 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

Ron Johnson, 1B Ron Mehlhoff, SS Ron Myers, OF Dave Rohm, P Ron Johnson, 1B Tim Painton, OF Jim Rothford, DH Brad Bennett, OF Rich Bordi, P Jim Flores, SS Frank Garcia, 3B Dan Gladden, DH Jon Reelhorn, P Kip Bagley, DH Brad Bennett, OF Rich Bordi, P Tony Herron, P Tom McCormick, 2B Jon Reelhorn, P John Westmoreland, C Ray O’Canto, OF Kevin Coughlon, OF Jim Flores, SS Tim Thiessen, 3B Pete Dalena, DH John Hoover, P Pete Dalena, 1B Greg Funk, 2B Randy Graham, P Terry Pendleton, OF Tim Thiessen, SS Randy Asadoor, 3B Vince Barger, P Rob Emerson, P Eric Fox, OF Kurt Walker, P Vince Barger, P Scott Buss, OF Tony Cantelmo, OF Mark Gardner, P John Hoover, P Todd Soares, DH Joe Xavier, SS

2011

ALL-Big West

Year Name Team 1985 Mike Gardner, P 1st Ken Crew, P 1st Robert Bafia, 3B 2nd Joe Xavier, SS 2nd Cal Cain, OF 2nd Mike Goff, P 2nd 1986 Mike Goff, P 1st Steve Bates, OF 2nd 1987 Steve Bates, OF 1st Eddie Zosky, 3B 2nd Tom Goodwin, FH 2nd Brandon Mitchell, OF 2nd 1988 Lance Shebelut, 1B 1st Steve Pearse, 2B 1st Eddie Zosky, SS 1st Tom Goodwin, OF 1st Steve Hose, OF 1st Rich Crane, SP 1st John Salles, SP 1st Erik Schullstrom, SP 1st Jeff Mott, OF 2nd 1989 Rich Crane, P 1st Tom Goodwin, OF 1st Bobby Jones, P 1st Eddie Zosky, SS 1st Steve Vondran, C 2nd Mike Burton, 1B 2nd Erik Schullstrom, SP 2nd 1990 Todd Johnson, C 1st Bobby Jones, P 1st Steve Wolf, P 1st 1991 Todd Johnson, UT 1st Bobby Jones, P 1st Jason Wood, SS 1st Phil Romero, 2B 2nd Mike Noel, OF 2nd 1992 Brant Brown, 1B 1st Todd Johnson, C 1st Gary McNamara, OF 2nd Jim Patterson, SP 2nd Steve Soderstrom, SP 2nd

Matt C2012 urtis

ALL-WAC

Year Name 1993 Todd Johnson, C Gary McNamara, OF Mike Salazar, P 1994 Tommy Minor, P Jared Fernandez, P 1995 Kevin Gunther, P Brendan Behn, P Matt Curtis, C Joe Freitas, OF 1996 Derek Feramisco, OF Ben Reynoso, SS Jeff Weaver, P 1997 Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Jeff Weaver, P Derek Feramisco, OF 1998 Jeff Weaver, P 1999 Anthony Acevedo, OF 2000 Anthony Acevedo, OF Nick Garcia, 3B Brandon Gemoll, 1B Hans Smith, P Mike Bowlin, OF 2001 Josh Labandeira, SS Brad Harper, C Brandon Gemoll, 1B Oscar Lopez, 2B Casey McGehee, OF Bob Runyon, SP 2002 Ben Fritz, P, UT Casey McGehee, 3B Chris Patrick, SS 2003 Scott Beshears, OF Chris Patrick, SS Ryan Haag, 2B Casey McGehee, 3B Cody Smith, SP 2004 David Gomez, DH Ryan Haag, 2B Richie Robnett, OF Christian Vitters, 3B Brandon Marcelli, C Chris Patrick, SS Nick Moresi, OF Matt Garza, SP 2005 Nick Moresi, OF Matt Garza, P Beau Mills, 3B Rudy Quinonez, P Chase Moore, OF 2006 Doug Fister, SP Beau Mills, 3B

Derek Feramisco

Team 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Loren Storey, OF 1st Steve Susdorf, DH 1st Andy Underwood, P 1st Christian Vitters, SS 1st Erik Wetzel, 2B 1st Kent Sakamoto, 1B 2nd Brian Lapin, OF 2nd Eddie Romero, SP 2nd Danny Grubb, C 1st Tanner Scheppers, P 1st Loren Story, OF 1st Steve Susdorf, OF 1st Erik Wetzel, 2B 1st Justin Wilson, P 1st Clayton Allison, SP 2nd Bradon Burke, RP 2nd Steve Susdorf, OF 1st Alan Ahmady, IF 1st Erik Wetzel, IF 1st Tanner Scheppers, P 1st Brandon Burke, P 1st Tom Mendonca, 3B 1st Danny Muno, 2B 1st Dusty Robinson, OF 1st Holden Sprague, RHP 1st Bobby Coyle, DH 1st Greg Gonzalez, RHP 1st Jordan Ribera, 1B 1st Dusty Robinson, OF 1st Danny Muno, 2B 2nd Garrett Weber, SS 2nd Josh Poytress, SP 2nd Greg Gonzalez, SP 1st Aaron Judge, OF 1st Danny Muno, 3B 1st Jordan Ribera, 1B 1st Dusty Robinson, OF 1st Garrett Weber, SS 1st Austin Wynns, C 1st Brennan Gowens, OF 2nd Josh Poytress, SP 2nd Aaron Judge, OF 1st Kenny Wise, OF/DH 1st Trent Garrison, 1B 2nd Patrick Hutcheson, 2B 2nd Jake Alvarez, 3B 2nd Justin Haley, RHP 2nd Thomas Harlen, LHP 2nd

Christian Vitters

HISTORY

HISTORY

1951 1952 1959 1962 1967 1972 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1995 1996 1997 1998 2004 2005 2011

ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS

77


FRESNO STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONFERENCE MVPS POSTSEASON HONORS Player of the Year 1972 1973 1977 1978 1983 1984 1985 1988 1989 2001 2004 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

Dick Ruthven, P, PCAA Mark Hance, PCAA Ron Johnson, 1B, NCBA Ron Johnson, 1B, NCBA Randy Asadoor, 3B, NCBA Scott Buss, OF, NCBA Mark Gardner, P, Big West Lance Shebelut, 1B, Big West Tom Goodwin, OF, Big West Josh Labandeira, SS, WAC Richie Robnett, OF, WAC Christian Vitters, SS, WAC Stephen Susdorf, OF, WAC Tom Mendonca, 3B, WAC Jordan Ribera, 1B, WAC Dusty Robinson, OF, WAC

Pitcher of the Year 1979 1980 1983 1984 1991 2002 2005 2008 2011

Rich Bordi, NCBA Rich Bordi, NCBA Rob Emerson, NCBA John Hoover, NCBA Bobby Jones, Big West Ben Fritz, WAC Matt Garza, WAC Tanner Scheppers, WAC Greg Gonzalez, WAC

Rookie of the Year 1978 1980 1981 1982 1995 1996 1999 2005 2008 2011

Brad Bennett, OF, NCBA Greg Funk, SS, NCBA John Hoover, P, NCBA Joe Xavier, 3B, NCBA Giuseppe Chiaramonte, DH/C, WAC Jeff Weaver, P, WAC Tom Creighton, 2B, WAC Beau Mills, 3B, WAC Danny Muno, SS, WAC Aaron Judge, OF, WAC

Coach of the Year 1985 1988 1991 2008 2010

Bob Bennett, Big West Bob Bennett, Big West Bob Bennett, Big West Mike Batesole, WAC Mike Batesole, WAC

NCAA Coach of the Year (Selected by The Sporting News) 1988

Bob Bennett

NCAA Player of the Year (Selected by Collegiate Baseball) 1991

Bobby Jones, P

NCAA Pitcher of the Year (Selected by Baseball America) 1984

John Hoover, P

National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Coach of the Year 2008

Mike Batesole

Collegiate Baseball Magazine Coach of the Year 2008

Mike Batesole

National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Player of the Week March 30, 2008 Alan Ahmady April 13, 2010 Greg Gonzalez

Collegebaseball360.com National Player of the Week Feb. 24, 2010

Jordan Ribera

Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week April 13, 2010 May 10, 2010

Greg Gonzalez Dusty Robinson

CWS Most Outstanding Player 2008

Tom Mendonca

Academic All-American of the Year (Selected by CoSIDA) 1994

Tommy Minor, P

Academic All-American 1984 1992 1993 1994 1998 2008

(Presented by USBF to top amateur player) 1984 1989 1991

HISTORY

John Hoover, P Tom Goodwin, OF Bobby Jones, P

Fresno State Male Athlete of the Year (Award initiated in 1958) 1962 1967 1971 1973 1984 1988 1989 1991 1997 1998 2004 2006 2008 2009

Bob Paull, SS Larry Gonsalves, P Dick Ruthven, P Mark Hance, 3B John Hoover, P Lance Shebelut, 1B Tom Goodwin, OF Bobby Jones, P Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Jeff Weaver, P Richie Robnett, OF Christian Vitters, SS Steve Susdorf, OF Tom Mendonca, 3B

Big West Conference Male Athlete of the Year (Selected by Big West SIDs) 1989

Tom Goodwin, OF

Joe Kearney Award

2008 National Champions

Conference Champions 1924 1941 1950 1951 1954 1955 1956 1959 1961 1962 1966 1967 1971 1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994

Champions (Conference N/A) CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions CCAA Champions PCAA Champions NCBA Champions NCBA Champions NCBA Champions NCBA Champions NCBA Champions NCBA Champions NCBA Champions Big West League Title Big West Tournament Champions PCAA Champions Big West League Title PCAA Champions Big West League Title Big West League Title Big West League Title WAC West Champions WAC Tournament Champions WAC West Champions

WAC Male Athlete of the Year 2008 2009

WAC West Champions WAC Tournament Champions WAC West Champions WAC League Title WAC Tournament Champions WAC League Title WAC Tournament Champions

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

WAC League Title WAC Tournament Champions WAC Tournament Champions WAC League Title WAC League Title WAC Tournament Champions WAC Tournament Champions

FRESNO STATE’S NATIONAL TV APPEARANCES Date

Site Opponent FS-Opp Network

4-23-88 6-4-88 6-6-88 2-19-89 5-5-90 5-31-90 6-2-91 6-4-91 4-8-06 6-2-06 6-3-06 6-4-06 6-4-06 6-7-08 6-8-08 6-9-08 6-15-08 6-17-08 6-21-08 6-22-08 6-23-08 6-24-08 6-25-08 5-29- 09 5-30-09 06-01-12 06-03-12

Fresno, Calif Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Fresno, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Fresno, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Irvine, Calif. Irvine, Calif. Stanford, Calif. Stanford, Calif.

Brigham Young Stanford Miami (Fla.) San Diego State Long Beach State Florida State LSU Florida Hawai’i San Diego Cal State Fullerton San Diego Cal State Fullerton Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Rice North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Georgia Georgia Georgia UC Irvine San Diego State Stanford Pepperdine

7-4 3-10 3-4 (12) 13-10 8-4 6-3 3-15 1-2 6-1 9-8 2-9 9-8 3-10 12-4 8-6 12-9 17-5 5-3 4-3 6-1 7-6 19-10 6-1 2-3 1-4 1-9 5-8

ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN CSTV ESPNU ESPNU ESPNU ESPNU ESPNU ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN Classic ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN3 ESPN3

Steve Susdorf Tom Mendonca

CWS Tournament Team

Erik Wetzel, 2B Tom Mendonca, 3B Steve Susdorf, OF Steve Detwiler, OF Justin Wilson, RHP

Bobby Jones

2011

John Salles 2012

Greg Funk

Steve Hosey

HISTORY

78

Tom Mendonca

Jim Davis, C, Honorable Mention Philip Romero, 2B, Third Team Tommy Minor, IF/P, First Team Tommy Minor, P, First Team Joe Gerber, OF, Second Team Steve Susdorf, Second Team

Golden Spikes Award Finalists

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

Giuseppe Chiaramonte

NCAA Champions

(Selected by CoSIDA)

1995 1998 2006 2007

79


FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS IN POSTSEASON PLAY

1983

1992

1997

2008

West Regional, Tempe, Ariz.

West Regional, Tucson, Ariz.

Overall Record: 66-72 (34 APPEARANCES) Regional Record: 56-66 CWS Record: 9-8 (4 APPEARANCES)

CS Fullerton 7, Fresno State 5 Fresno State 13, Brigham Young 6 Fresno State 6, CS Fullerton 3 Arizona State 7, Fresno State 2

Pepperdine 5, Fresno State 4 (10) Washington 4, Fresno State 3

1993

Fresno State 2, Texas A&M 1 Santa Clara 8, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 8, Cal State Fullerton 7 Fresno State 10, Cal State Fullerton 7 Stanford 5, Fresno State 2

Fresno State 7, Long Beach State 3 Fresno State 9, San Diego 0 San Diego 15, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 5, San Diego 1

1952

District 8, Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 9, UC Santa Barbara 5 Fresno State 19, UC Santa Barbara 1 Fresno State 2, Seattle 1 Fresno State 20, Seattle 4

District 8, Corvallis, Ore. Oregon State 2, Fresno State 1 Oregon State 8, Fresno State 4

USC 4, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 6, USC 4 USC 10, Fresno State 6

1962

District 8, Santa Clara, Calif. Santa Clara 6, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 3, Santa Clara 2 Santa Clara 4, Fresno State 2

1966

West Regional, Los Angeles, Calif.

1954

Fresno State 7, USC 4 Fresno State 9, USC 3

1967

District 8, Eugene, Ore. Oregon 9, Fresno State 5 Oregon 1, Fresno State 0

1955

District 8, Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 6, Willamette 3 Fresno State 8, Pepperdine 7 Fresno State 9, San Jose State 4 San Jose State 3, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 5, San Jose State 1

West Regional, Palo Alto, Calif. Fresno State 7, Stanford 3 Stanford 6, Fresno State 3 Stanford 6, Fresno State 4

1977

West Regional, Honolulu, Hawaii Fresno State 7, Cal State L.A. 4 USC 7, Fresno State 3 Cal State L.A. 15, Fresno State 11

1979

West Regional, Fresno, Calif.

Mideast Regional, Knoxville, Tenn.

1984

1985

1994

West Regional, Fresno, Calif.

South Regional, Baton Rouge, La.

2001

Fresno State 7, California 6 (10) Arizona 6, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 12, Brigham Young 8 Arizona 10, Fresno State 3

Tulane 7, Fresno State 5 LSU 6, Fresno State 2

1995

Pepperdine 4, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 2, Oral Roberts 1 Fresno State 8, Pepperdine 6 USC 8, Fresno State 0

Fresno State 17, Rice 5 Fresno State 5, North Carolina 3 North Carolina 4, Fresno State 3 Fresno State 6, North Carolina 1 Georgia 7, Fresno State 6 Fresno State 19, Georgia 10 Fresno State 6, Georgia 1

2006

2009

West Regional, Fresno, Calif.

1988

Pepperdine 9, Fresno State 5 USC 22, Fresno State 17

West I Regional, Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 10, Minnesota 8 (10) Fresno State 9, Brigham Young 4 USC 18, Fresno State 17 Fresno State 7, Washington State 6 Fresno State 17, USC 12 Fresno State 14, USC 3

West II Regional, Fresno, Calif.

Arizona 5, Fresno State 4 CS Fullerton 10, Fresno State 2

District 8, Seattle, Wash.

1981

Fresno State 3, S. Illinois 2 San Diego State 8, Fresno State 4 S. Illinois 3, Fresno State 1

CS Fullerton 9, Fresno State 8 Fresno State 10, Gonzaga 8 CS Fullerton 10, Fresno State 9

1991

College World Series, Omaha, Neb.

1982

West Regional, Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 14, Pepperdine 5 Stanford 17, Fresno State 10 Pepperdine 11, Fresno State 8

Stanford Regional, Palo Alto, Calif. Stanford 5, Fresno State 1 Nevada 13, Fresno State 5

USC Regional, Los Angeles, Calif.

Fullerton Regional, Fullerton, Calif. Fresno State 9, San Diego 8 Cal State Fullerton 9, Fresno State 2 Fresno State 9, San Diego 8 Cal State Fullerton 10, Fresno State 3

2007

NCAA Regional, San Diego, Calif. Fresno State 6, San Diego 2 Cal State Fullerton 6, Fresno State 4 Fresno State 11, Minnesota 6 Cal State Fullerton 13, Fresno State 2

Fresno State 9, Notre Dame 8 Michigan 5, Fresno State 3 Fresno State 11, Notre Dame 4 Wichita State 6, Fresno State 4

Arizona State 12, Fresno State 4 Fresno State 8, Arizona State 6 Fresno State 12, Arizona State 9

College World Series, Omaha, Neb.

Irvine Regional, Irvine, Calif. Irvine 4, Fresno State 2 San Diego State 4, Fresno State 1

2011

UCLA Regional, Los Angeles, Calif. UC Irvine 12, Fresno State 6 UCLA 3, Fresno State 1

2012

Stanford Regional, Stanford, Calif. Stanford 9, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 8, Michigan State 2 Pepperdine 8, Fresno State 5

2008 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS

1990

West I Regional, Palo Alto, Calif.

West II Regional, Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 7, CS Northridge 2 Fresno State 4, Stanford 2 Fresno State 7, Stanford 5 CS Northridge 6, Fresno State 2 Fresno State 6, CS Northridge 5

College World Series, Omaha, Neb. Fresno State 6, Florida State 3 LSU 15, Fresno State 3 Florida 2, Fresno State 1 (FS places T-5th in CWS)

2011

2012

HISTORY

Fresno State 6, Northern Colorado 5 Arizona 5, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 7, W. Michigan 2 Fresno State 2, Arizona 0 Oklahoma State 4, Fresno State 0 (FS places 3rd in CWS)

Fresno State 12, Texas Tech 5 Oklahoma State 12, Fresno State 5 Texas Tech 13, Fresno State 2

2000

1989

Fresno State 23, Santa Clara 11 Fresno State 15, Santa Clara 3

West Regional, Tempe, Ariz.

Central II Regional, Lubbock, Texas

Stanford 10, Fresno State 3 Miami, Fla. 8, Fresno State 4 (12) (FS places T-7th in CWS)

1980

Fresno State 3, Washington 2 Washington 5, Fresno State 4 Fresno State 10, Washington 5

1996

College World Series, Omaha, Neb.

1959

West Regional, Tucson, Ariz.

Arizona Super Regional, Tempe, Ariz.

San Diego State 10, Fresno State 6 Fresno State 15, USC 12 (10) San Diego State 10, Fresno State 7

West Regional, Fresno, Calif.

USC 8, Fresno State 1 USC 15, Fresno State 2

District 8, Fresno, Calif.

Long Beach Regional, Long Beach, Calif.

Fresno State 7, Kansas 4 Clemson 10, Fresno State 3 Fresno State 6, Tennessee 2 Fresno State 11, Clemson 4 Kansas 3, Fresno State 2 (10)

Fresno State 10, Portland State 8 UCLA 5, Fresno State 4 CS Fullerton 12, Fresno State 3

District 8, Los Angeles, Calif.

HISTORY

District 8, Los Angeles, Calif.

Washington State 5, Fresno State 2 Fresno State 5, Cal Poly-Pomona 4 Washington State 2, Fresno State 1

District 8, Eugene, Ore.

80

1961

West Regional, Palo Alto, Calif.

81


FRESNO STATE YEARLY LEADERS Hitting

82

2012 Tr. Garrison, .333 Hutcheson, 5 2011 Judge, .358 Robinson, 16 2010 Weber, .387 Ribera, 27 2009 Muno, .379 Mendonca, 27 2008 Ahmady, .382 Mendonca, 19 2007 Wetzel., .346 Susdorf, 12 2006 Mills, .355 Mills, 14 Susdorf, 14 2005 Moresi, .352 Mills, 22 2004 Robnett, .384 Robnett, 13 2003 Beshears, .351 Beshears, 9 2002 McGehee, .367 Fritz, 10 2001 Labandeira, .367 Labandeira, 15 2000 Gemoll, .367 Acevedo, 9 1999 Acevedo, . 383 Prieto, 7 1998 da Luz, .355 Tafoya, 16 1997 Feramisco, .344 Chiaramonte, 26 1996 Feramisco, .344 Feramisco, 15 1995 Jo.Freitas, .340 Chiaramonte, 11 1994 Wood, .320 Judice, 9 1993 Thrasher, .364 Dandridge, 14 1992 Brown, .355 Brown, 10 1991 Wood, .343 Falco, 11 1990 Johnson, .367 Borgese, 10 1989 Vondran, .388 Burton, 12 1988 Shebelut, .401 Shebelut, 32 1987 Bates, .373 Shebelut, 7 1986 Bates, .368 Stark, 10 1985 Cain, .357 Bafia, 11 1984 Buss, .404 Soares, 9 Cantelmo, 9 1983 Fox, .363 Asadoor, 19 1982 Pendleton, .397 Dalena, 17 1981 Dalena, .371 Dalena, 15 1980 Bagley, .349 Westmoreland, 10 1979 Garcia, .306 Gladden, 11 1978 Johnson, .440 Rothford, 20 1977 Johnson, .333 Johnson, 10 1976 Garcia, .369 Frazer, 5 1975 Dinges, .287 Prieto, 5 1974 Moore, .324 Burton, 5 1973 Hance, .422 LaBare, 6 1972 Prieto, .340 Wolfe, 12 1971 Jones, .325 Wolfe, 6 1970 Groth, .302 Harrington, 5 1969 Harrington, .333 Harrington, 5 1968 Robison, .338 Brown, 9 1967 Peracchi, .365 Peracchi, 7 Perruchon, 7 1966 Peracchi, .364 Pollard, 5 1965 Miyamoto, .321 Pierini, 3 1964 Mastagni, .375 Mastagni, 1 1963 Hashimoto, .344 Hashimoto, 3 Williams, 3 Wolfsberger, 3 Jacobsen, 3 1962 Banderas, .398 Dollar, 3 Bledsoe, 3 Schiller, 3 1961 Garrido, .430 Schiller, 11 1960 Paull, .346 Busch, 3 Murphy, 3 1959 Garrido, .336 Fischer, 5 1958 Cameron, .388 Murphy, 3 1957 White, .342 Tsuhako, 2 Lester, 2 Levaggi, 2 1956 McMahon, .372 Napier, 3 Read, 3 1955 Zivanich, .346 Bennett, 2 1954 Petersen, .357 Phair, 3 1953 Petersen, .376 Tucker, 7 1952 Bartels, .340 Donkersley, 6 1951 George, .333 Bartels, 4

Wise, 40 Robinson, 55 Ribera, 69 Coyle, 69 Mendonca, 78 Ahmady, 92 Susdorf, 68 Mills, 58 Vitters, 58 Mills, 63 Robnett, 51 Beshears, 38 Fritz, 54 Labandeira, 68 Acevedo, 56 Acevedo, 61 Hannah, 51 Chiaramonte, 72 Feramisco, 60 Chiaramonte, 55 Renteria, 45 Dandridge, 59 Brown, 52 Wood, 56 Johnson, 56 Vondran, 67 Shebelut, 94 Bates, 55 Bates, 42 Stark, 42 Xavier, 56 Buss, 54 Asadoor, 68 Dalena, 72 Dalena, 64 Bagley, 41 Gladden, 53 Rothford, 67 Johnson, 42 Garcia, 35 Prieto, 27 Burton, 37 Hance, 46 Wolfe, 31 Wolfe, 35 Groth, 32 Mello, 23 Brown, 33 Suckut, 31 Pollard, 25 Mastagni, 19 Schanze, 19 Williams, 22 Bledsoe, 26

Schiller, 26 Garrido, 37 Paull, 29 White, 32 Martin, 31 Lester, 21 Read, 33 Bennett, 21 Petersen, 27 Tucker, 34 Donkersley, 41 George, 45

Year

2012

YEARLY TEAM STATS Wins ERA Haley, 7

Escat, 1.44

Harlan, 7 2011 Gonzalez, 11 Garrison, 1.32 2010 Gonzalez, 8 Bonesteele, 3.58 2009 Sprague, 7 Sprague, 4.20 2008 Wilson, 9 Scheppers, 2.93 2007 Allison, 10 Hower, 3.05 2006 Romero, 13 Underwood 3.40 2005 Fister, 7 Garza, 3.07 2004 Garza, 6 Garza, 4.90 2003 Smith, 8 Smith, 4.26 2002 Runyon, 10 Fritz, 3.24 2001 Runyon, 10 Moran, 3.09 2000 Smith, 8 Smith, 2.56 1999 Graham, 8 Smith, 4.48 1998 Weaver, 10 Weaver, 2.98 1997 Weaver, 11 Rowe, 3.57 1996 Weaver, 12 Weaver, 2.51 1995 Gunther, 12 Donnelly, 2.98 1994 Minor, 11 Behn, 2.87 Fernandez, 11 1993 Salazar, 13 Fernandez, 3.54 1992 Patterson, 12 Soderstrom, 3.07 1991 Jones, 16 Jones, 1.88 1990 Grewal, 10 Grewal, 3.08 1989 Crane, 12 Jones, 2.15 1988 Salles, 15 Schullstrom, 2.40 Crane, 15 1987 Salles, 10 Salles, 3.98 1986 Goff, 11 Goff, 3.38 1985 Gardner, 16 Crew, 2.86 1984 Hoover, 18 Hoover, 2.09 1983 Emerson, 12 Emerson, 2.77 1982 Graham, 14 Jacobsen, 2.77 1981 Hoover, 12 Hoover, 2.90 1980 Herron, 12 Gladden, 2.49 1979 Bordi, 12 Herron, 2.43 1978 Lohuis, 11 Stoddard, 3.42 1977 Rohm, 9 Abney, 1.38 1976 Rohm, 8 Rohm, 2.69 1975 Starling, 8 Miller, 2.25 1974 Grimm, 10 Kelley, 1.54 1973 Duncan, 8 Brusstar, 2.44 Grimm, 8 1972 Ruthven, 10 Ruthven, 1.53 1971 Ruthven, 13 Ruthven, 1.50 1970 Gambero, 9 Ruthven, 1.51 1969 Harkness, 5 Strable, 1.74 1968 Noonan, 7 Noonan, 2.41 1967 Gonsalves, 16 Gonsalves, 1.59 1966 Stephen, 9 Pilati, 1.13 1965 Pierini, 6 Modrell, 1.94 1964 Shaves, 7 Doyle, 1.35 1963 Hite, 8 Hite, 2.12 Hoover, 8 1962 Hoover, 5 DeGeorge, 1.84 DeGeorge, 5 1961 Graves, 10 Graves, 2.44 1960 Vegely, 6 Casey, 2.83 MacDonald, 6 1959 Gregory, 12 1958 Warren, 6 Bedford, 1.19 1957 Doig, 9 Doig, 2.21 1956 Doig, 10 Doig, 2.54 1955 Hannah, 7 Hannah, 1.91 1954 Doig, 5 Doig, 2.88 1953 Clevenger, 10 Clevenger, 1.37 1952 Bolger, 11 Bolger, 2.25 1951 Barnett, 11 Abbott, 2.21

Strikeouts

Haley, 94

Gonzalez, 124 Gonzalez, 73 Sprague, 67 Scheppers, 109 Wilson, 105 Underwood, 110 Garza, 120 Garza, 77 Wolfenbarger. 54 Smith, 54 Runyon, 119 Runyon, 93 Graham, 76 Graham, 102 Weaver, 156 Weaver, 181 Weaver, 136 Behn, 116 Minor, 105 Salazar, 131 Patterson, 122 Jones, 166 Wolf, 171 Crane, 128 Salles, 152 Salles, 113 Goff, 98 Gardner, 187 Hoover, 205 Emerson, 116 Graham, 82 Herron, 79 Bordi, 107 Reelhorn, 116 Lohuis, 118 Collins, 74 Rohm, 54 Starling, 86 Grimm, 95 Grimm, 96 Ruthven, 153 Ruthven, 171 Gambero, 97 Strable, 56 Noonan, 62 Gonsalves, 104 Stephen, 128 Pierini, 93 Sinnott, 74 Hite, 130 Hite, 53 Graves, 83 Vegely, 51 Warren, 63 Millhorn, 75 Doig, 93 Hannah, 62 Wills, 76 Clevenger, 158 Bolger, 84 Barnett, 140

2011

Hitting

Year Avg. Hits HR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951

.277 .296 .322 .283 .299 .306 .313 .275 .321 .268 .273 .301 .293 .292 .294 .294 .291 .290 .278 .305 .300 .288 .273 .315 .350 .319 .286 .314 .314 .301 .328 .319 .282 .282 .315 .283 .283 .238 .260 .283 .273 .273 .256 .248 .255 .285 .268 .242 .251 .274 .302 .312 .269 .291 .276 .268 .292 .278 .255 .299 .279 .308

2012

SB ERA

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS SO

554 19 60 3.88 489 556 50 60 2.91 420 712 88 48 6.05 396 591 89 44 5.61 374 798 86 63 4.64 564 706 67 70 4.54 488 699 73 78 3.95 485 545 56 51 4.30 437 669 65 77 6.08 373 529 41 40 5.13 337 550 56 22 5.26 415 717 63 36 3.77 446 623 33 17 4.06 422 650 41 29 5.49 414 643 67 26 4.60 549 708 77 33 4.16 586 617 57 48 5.00 416 645 43 56 3.67 472 610 38 68 3.81 410 681 52 43 4.21 484 611 59 35 4.23 443 658 39 91 4.06 441 579 48 44 3.91 552 722 47 102 3.71 493 916 120 94 3.71 527 700 50 90 4.46 420 564 56 39 4.43 327 701 64 42 4.26 510 717 67 35 3.52 583 656 86 59 3.35 425 657 66 41 3.59 319 700 56 33 4.18 344 499 41 48 2.88 337 574 32 55 3.29 364 614 64 23 4.98 423 506 28 66 2.77 359 486 26 62 4.43 304 439 22 45 3.89 322 467 22 47 2.87 344 512 33 24 3.00 351 520 25 26 3.31 408 532 15 35 2.68 437 467 14 42 2.34 335 269 9 29 2.54 250 349 20 29 2.94 276 413 36 65 2.26 286 431 26 70 2.62 355 282 17 40 3.28 290 312 3 18 3.14 227 411 20 25 2.99 362 222 11 25 2.79 132 454 41 60 3.11 273 333 17 58 3.50 190 461 28 36 — — 292 14 — — — 278 10 27 3.54 235 382 20 — 3.25 278 320 10 29 2.72 258 235 3 36 3.87 210 358 12 54 3.48 305 393 15 93 4.80 242 407 13 109 1.38 323

(1960-present) Team

W L T

Air Force 4 2 0 Arizona 4 7 0 Arizona State 7 12 0 Arkansas 0 1 0 Binghamton 1 0 0 Bowling Green 2 1 0 Brigham Young 20 12 0 Bucknell 3 0 0 Buffalo 4 0 0 California 59 61 0 Cal Poly Pomona 10 8 0 Cal Poly 92 50 0 CS Dominguez Hills 3 2 0 Chapman 3 1 0 Chicago State 6 0 0 Chico State 3 1 0 Clemson 4 2 0 Colorado State 1 0 0 Creighton 2 2 0 CS Fullerton 37 54 0 CS Hayward 17 5 0 CS Los Angeles 44 20 0 CS Northridge 50 24 0 CS Stanislaus 6 6 0 CSU Bakersfield 8 7 0 Dallas Baptist 7 7 0 Eastern Michigan 3 0 0 Evansville 1 0 0 Florida 0 1 0 Florida State 1 0 0 Fordham 1 0 0 George Washington 2 0 0 Georgia 2 1 0 Gonzaga 27 1 0 Grand Canyon 3 0 0 Hawai‘i 77 50 1 Hawai‘i-Hilo 14 2 0 Hawai’i-Pacific 1 0 0 Houston 0 1 0 Humboldt State 2 0 0 Illinois 1 0 0 Illinois State 3 0 0 Indiana 1 0 0 Indiana State 3 1 0 Iona 3 1 0 Iowa 3 1 0 Iowa State 1 1 0 Kansas 1 1 0 Kansas State 2 0 0 Kentucky 1 0 0 Lafayette 1 0 0 Liberty 1 0 0 Lipscomb 3 1 0 Long Beach State 56 48 0 Louisiana Lafayette 5 1 0 Louisiana State 0 2 0 Louisiana Tech 29 22 0 Loyola Marymount 28 16 0 Maine 2 0 0 Miami (Fla.) 0 1 0 Miami (Ohio) 2 1 0 Michigan 3 1 0 Minnesota 4 1 0 Missouri 1 1 0

Team

W L T

Monmouth 1 0 0 Navy 1 0 0 Nebraska 10 9 0 Nevada 84 47 0 New Mexico 9 3 0 New Mexico State 27 8 1 North Carolina 4 3 0 North Carolina State 1 0 0 Northern Arizona 1 0 0 Northwestern 0 1 0 Notre Dame 4 1 0 Ohio State 1 0 0 Oklahoma State 0 2 0 Old Dominion 3 0 0 Oral Roberts 2 0 0 Oregon 5 9 0 Oregon State 25 8 0 Pacific 95 41 0 Pennsylvania 4 0 0 Penn State 1 0 0 Pepperdine 38 23 0 Portland 9 4 0 Portland State 4 0 0 Purdue 1 0 0 Rhode Island 1 0 0 Rice 16 29 0 Sacramento State 108 27 1 St. John’s 2 0 0 Saint Mary’s 68 22 0 San Diego 20 7 0 San Diego State 57 52 0 San Francisco 74 15 0 San Francisco State 29 7 0 San Jose State 150 75 0 Santa Clara 71 42 0 Seattle 2 0 0 Seton Hall 1 0 0 Southern Illinois 2 1 0 Southern Utah 3 0 0 Stanford 48 78 0 Stetson 0 1 0 Temple 1 0 0 Tennessee 1 0 0 Texas A&M 3 0 0 TCU 12 8 0 Texas Tech 2 1 0 Toledo 1 0 0 Tulane 0 1 0 UC Davis 37 15 0 UC Irvine 29 9 0 UCLA 28 30 0 UC Santa Barbara 48 32 0 UNLV 36 24 0 USC 21 34 0 U.S. International 5 1 0 Utah 6 1 0 Utah State 1 0 0 Utah Valley State 2 1 0 Virginia Tech 1 2 0 Washington 9 8 0 Washington State 20 9 0 Western Michigan 1 0 0 Western Oregon State 2 0 0 Westmont 4 1 0 Wichita State 0 1 0 Willamette 1 0 0 Winthrop 0 1 0 Wyoming 6 1 0

HISTORY

HISTORY

Year Average Home Runs RBI

Pitching

83


FRESNO STATE ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS (1950-present) Air Force (4-2)

1997 - 8-9 (11); 7-0; 24-0 1999 - 8-7; 0-2; 7-6

Arizona (4-7)

1955 - 4-2; 2-6 1959 - *1-5; *2-0 1961 - 10-11; 5-4; 9-2 1980 - *4-5 1985 - *0-6; *3-10 1993 - 9-19

Arizona State (7-12)

1977 - 4-6; 3-4; 5-9 1978 - 7-5; 0-15; 4-6 1979 - 0-1; 9-13; 4-5 1981 - 7-5 1983 - *2-7 1997 - 2-23, 2-9, 10-8 (10) 1998 - 9-3; 5-3 (10) 2008 - 4-12; 8-6; 12-9

Arkansas (0-1) 1990 - 4-6

Binghamton (1-0) 2006 – 7-6

Bowling Green (2-1) 1998 - 4-5 2000 - 5-1 2003 - 7-3

Bucknell (3-0) 2001 - 13-7 2006 – 3-1; 13-1

Buffalo (4-0)

2009 – 6-3; 22-4; 7-5; 20-0

BYU (20-12)

84

California (59-63) 1952 - 1-0; 16-7 1956 - 5-3; 3-6; 7-8 1957 - 5-2; 4-8; 2-3 1958 - 3-1 1959 - 1-2; 4-2; 10-8 1960 - 4-7; 0-4; 7-1 1961 - 3-4; 5-4 1963 - 2-0; 6-0; 4-3 1964 - 0-4; 4-8; 0-2 1965 - 4-3; 4-3; 1-4

Cal Poly Pomona (10-8) 1966 - *5-4 1967 - 6-1; 5-3; 1-0 1968 - 0-1; 1-2; 0-2 1969 - 2-1; 7-3; 6-3 1979 - 1-6 1980 - 4-5 1984 - 0-6; 6-2 1985 - 4-1 1988 - 8-9; 10-5 1990 - 4-8

Cal Poly (92-50)

1951 - 14-3; 6-5; 14-2 1955 - 8-2; 11-3; 2-4 1957 - 9-2; 12-11; 13-1 1958 - 2-3; 10-7; 2-0 1959 - 8-2; 15-18; 23-1 1960 - 5-0; 3-0; 0-2 1961 - 13-1; 6-0; 6-1 1964 - 7-3; 3-4; 0-1 1965 - 3-2; 4-6; 3-2; 9-4 1966 - 8-1; 11-2; 8-2; 9-1 1967 - 8-0; 17-1; 6-1 1968 - 2-7; 12-11; 5-4 1969 - 8-9; 0-6; 2-1 1970 - 0-3; 5-3; 4-3; 6-2; 5-2; 3-11 1971 - 1-2; 3-1; 1-0; 7-2 1972 - 3-6; 5-2; 3-5 1973 - 10-7

2005 - 1-12; 0-9 2006 – 2-9; 3-10 2007 - 4-6; 2-13 2010 – 5-0

Cal State Hayward (17-5) 1967 - 10-3; 16-7 1968 - 0-7 1970 - 14-6 1971 - 7-1 1973 - 17-0; 9-0; 7-4; 0-3 1974 - 0-1; 7-4; 9-1; 8-7; 0-2 1975 - 7-6; 3-5; 7-1; 7-6 1976 - 11-4; 6-1; 4-2; 9-7

Cal State Los Angeles (44-20)

1980 - 3-1; 12-2 1981 - 1-2 1988 - 4-7; 11-1

1951 - 13-2; 8-4; 17-7 1955 - 10-2; 6-2; 16-8 1957 - 6-1; 14-5; 12-5 1958 - 6-2; 12-5; 4-2 1959 - 10-1; 6-1; 2-1 1960 - 7-5; 11-9; 6-7 1961 - 5-7; 10-0; 7-4 1964 - 1-2; 2-5; 13-1 1965 - 10-5; 5-9; 3-1 1966 - 7-6; 15-13; 6-3; 2-10 1967 - 7-4; 9-4; 6-5 1968 - 3-2; 13-3; 1-3 1969 - 9-3; 3-1; 2-1 1970 - 4-1; 0-1 1971 - 2-1; 3-4; 5-0 1972 - 3-6; 5-1; 5-6 1973 - 6-7; 5-2; 0-1 1974 - 5-6; 3-4; 1-11 1977 - *7-4; *11-15 1978 - 7-5; 9-0 1986 - 0-2 1987 - 6-8; 6-8 1988 - 7-4; 14-4 1989 - 12-5

Cal State Fullerton (36-54)

Cal State Northridge (50-25)

Cal State Dominguez Hills (3-2)

1967 - 10-3; 4-2; 9-4 1968 - 3-5; 10-2; 8-5 1969 - 2-10; 0-4; 5-3 1975 - 5-6; 6-4; 6-11 1976 - 1-4; 6-11; 6-11 1979 - *3-12 1980 - *2-10 1981 - 6-1; 7-5; 3-2; *8-9; *9-10 1982 - 4-6; 8-4; 9-4 1983 - 2-5; *5-7; 6-3 1984 - 2-4; 2-3; 3-5 1985 - 3-1; 15-7; 4-9; *9-7; *14-6 1986 - 6-13; 8-4; 13-4; 1-8 1987 - 3-4 (10); 11-9; 2-3 1988 - 3-2; 5-3; 15-8 1989 - 6-5 (11); 7-6; 9-8 1990 - 3-6; 2-5; 4-15 1991 - 1-0; 6-4; 5-20 1992 - 1-2; 3-12; 7-6 (12) 1994 - 5-2; 12-6 1995 - 6-3; 3-4; 3-7 1996 - 2-17; 3-5; 5-6 1997 - 2-3; 4-3; *8-7 1998 - 3-6; 4-11; 1-15 1999 - 7-15; 3-4; 4-8 2002 – 0-3, 11-17, 10-4 2003 - 0-12; 1-10; 4-10 2004 - 7-5; 5-15; 9-12 (10)

1961 - 10-3; 20-1; 15-4 1964 - 10-6; 8-7; 2-1 1965 - 4-5; 1-5; 4-2 1966 - 5-2; 2-1; 1-4; 9-2 1967 - 7-5; 4-0; 6-4 1968 - 2-7; 6-5; 5-2 1969 - 9-4; 1-4; 5-0 1971 - 2-7; 1-6; 11-4 1972 - 4-8; 5-4; 1-0 1974 - 10-9; 12-6 1980 - 2-4; 12-4 1981 - 5-4; 6-11 1983 - 4-7; 12-4 1986 - 5-4 1987 - 11-3; 12-6 1988 - 2-5; 10-3 1989 - 2-4 1990 - 10-1 1991 - 1-4; *7-2; *2-6; *6-5 1992 - 5-10 1993 - 5-3; 7-6 (10); 10-1; 6-13; 5-13; 11-3 1994 - 2-3; 9-6; 8-9; 12-4; 9-1; 8-7 1995 - 7-1; 12-8; 8-6; 11-7; 12-11 (10); 0-1 1996 - 2-4; 3-29; 11-8; 1-8; 7-2; 6-2 1997 - 9-0 2007 - 8-4; 3-10; 7-6

2011

Cal State Stanislaus (6-6)

Georgia (2-1)

Humboldt State (2-0)

1972 - 16-4; 6-3 1973 - 1-2 1974 - 3-1; 3-4; 1-0 1975 - 3-4 1976 - 6-2; 6-2; 5-6 1977 - 2-5; 4-5

2008 - 6-7; 19-10; 6-1

1955 - 10-4; 9-4

Gonzaga (27-1)

Illinois (1-0)

1970 - 6-0 1971 - 3-2; 7-4 1972 - 9-1; 9-4 1973 - 12-4 1981 - *10-8 1986 - 4-0; 5-3; 4-2 1987 - 8-2; 8-3; 12-4 1988 - 11-5; 8-7; 15-5 1990 - 9-8; 6-3; 9-3 1995 - 13-3 1997 - 8-6 1999 - 1-9 2002 - 9-5 2003 - 4-3 (11) 2005 - 6-3 2006 – 5-1 2008 - 10-1 2011 - 10-4

2001 - 14-4

Grand Canyon (3-0)

Iowa (3-1)

1997 - 11-1; 4-2; 6-3

2007 - 13-10; 14-6; 4-2; 8-10

Hawai‘i (77-50)

Iowa State (1-1)

1960 - 1-4 1983 - 10-8; 3-2; 5-3; 1-6 1985 - 2-6; 7-8; 9-3; 7-12 1986 - 8-6; 3-10; 4-5 1989 - 8-5; 3-1; 6-5 1991 - 8-9; 4-5; 17-8 1993 - 6-7; 8-6; 4-5; 3-2; 5-4; 4-3 1994 - 5-0; 7-3; 2-4; 5-2; 3-2; 9-7 1995 - 5-1; 6-7 (10); 10-7; 6-12; 14-5; 3-5 1996 - 7-4; 11-5; 18-3; 13-3; 12-3; 7-2 1997 - 9-3; 4-5; 6-13; 6-4; 4-6; 16-11 1998 - 1-5; 7-3; 5-6; 1-4; 24-9; 15-10 1999 - 5-11; 3-7; 6-4; 5-12; 3-5 2000 - 4-9; 6-2; 0-7; 7-8; 9-2; 7-4 2001 - 6-2; 6-5 (11); 8-4; 10-3; 4-5 (10); 13-3 2002 - 2-6, 5-4, 6-1; 5-3, 6-2, 6-5 2003 - 6-3; 8-13; 5-4; 0-3; 5-7; 0-2 2004 - 2-4; 2-0; 13-8; 7-2; 8-4 2005 - 6-3; 6-3; 5-3; 1-4; 8-4; 7-3 2006 – 3-5; 6-1; 13-2; 8-4 2007 - 8-9; 4-3; 6-5; 7-5; 6-7; 0-1 2008 - 0-4; 0-2; 5-0; 4-2; 11-4 2009 - 17-9; 14-11; 10-15; 6-15; 10-3 2010- 8-6, 8-5, 1-0, 0-4;3-11; 14-5; 6-9 2011 - 5-6; 2-6; 4-2; 12-2; 11-5; 15-4

1991 - 4-5; 4-2 (11)

Chapman (3-1) 1992 - 6-8 1993 - 4-3; 12-0; 21-4

Chicago State (6-0) 1997 - 12-5 2004 - 12-0 2005 – 12-3; 15-4; 3-0; 26-0

Chico State (3-1) 1952 - 2-1; 5-0 1976 - 9-12 1984 - 6-5

Clemson (4-2) 1988 - 13-10 1990 - 5-2 1993 - *3-10; 11-4 1994 - 11-5; 8-13 (10)

Colorado State (1-0) 1959 - *6-5

Creighton (2-2) 1992 - 9-10 (10); 13-3 2000 – 3-12; 5-1 (12)

CSU Bakersfield (8-7)

2009 – 16-1; 3-2; 9-8; 3-4; 9-2; 12-17; 2-3 2010- 10-4, 13-9, 13-9; 2-12 2011 - 9-2; 0-6; 2-5; 4-7

Dallas Baptist (7-7) 2004 - 2-6; 0-13; 5-4; 7-9 2005 - 13-5 2006 – 3-10; 7-9; 13-4; 6-3 2007 - 9-5; 10-12 2010- 9-13, 14-7, 15-7

Eastern Michigan (3-0) 1990 - 14-3 2001 – 11-3; 8-2

Evansville (1-0) 1998 - 5-3

Florida (0-1)

Hawai‘i-Hilo (14-2)

1991 - *6-3

1994 - 8-2; 6-3 1995 - 1-3 1999 - 15-2 2000 - 5-3; 6-4; 7-3; 15-3; 8-0; 4-5 (11) 2001 - 11-1; 15-2; 7-5 (10); 10-3; 4-3; 12-3

Fordham (1-0)

Hawai’i-Pacific (1-0)

1991 - *1-2

Florida State (1-0)

2002 - 18-8

George Washington (2-0) 1988 - 17-2 1990 - 4-2

2012

1999 - 6-1

Houston (0-1) 2002 – 0-11

Illinois State (3-0) 1994 - 17-1 2002 - 10-7 2003 - 15-6

Indiana (2-1) 2008- 6-2; 9-4; 1-11

Indiana State (3-1) 1991 - 9-5 1997 - 10-2 1998 - 1-7 2000 - 13-5

Iona (3-1) 2005 – 2-3; 9-1; 18-5; 4-1

Kansas (1-1) 1993 - *7-4; *2-3 (10)

Kansas State (2-0) 1993 - 16-6; 10-1

Kentucky (1-0) 1994 - 8-3

Lafayette (1-0) 2006 – 10-9

Liberty (1-0) 1989 - 18-3

Long Beach State (58-50) 1957 - 4-1; 6-7; 1-0 1958 - 3-4; 8-5; 17-1 1959 - 2-1; 9-3; 14-4 1960 - 8-2; 7-8; 5-3; 8-2; 7-8 1961 - 3-0; 21-5; 10-0 1964 - 1-6; 4-5; 1-11 1965 - 0-2; 4-6; 9-13 1966 - 4-5; 6-3; 9-4; 3-6 1967 - 5-3; 8-1; 4-1 1968 - 4-7; 5-2; 4-3 1969 - 2-15; 4-5; 3-4 1970 - 4-5; 2-5; 0-1 1971 - 6-1; 3-7; 5-1 1972 - 3-9; 6-7; 3-2 1973 - 0-1; 6-2; 18-5 1974 - 6-7; 12-1; 7-2 1975 - 5-2; 4-7; 1-4 1976 - 1-2; 0-6; 1-5 1981 - 7-10; 6-3 1982 - 3-2 1983 - 7-0

1984 - 2-10; 8-9; 5-4; 12-11; 15-5 1985 - 10-2; 8-4; 17-2; 2-3; 6-3 1986 - 14-1; 8-6; 6-2 1987 - 5-9; 8-10; 10-9 1988 - 19-0; 15-0; 14-3 1989 - 3-1; 8-9; 14-1 1990 - 7-5; 8-4; 7-9 1991 - 2-1; 2-6; 2-6 1992 - 3-12; 7-12; 2-18 1994 - 5-12; 3-8; 5-1 1995 - 5-1; 4-9; 4-5 1996 - 2-3; 6-4 1997 - 7-2; 3-6; 7-6 1998 - 1-9; 7-7 (12) 2002 - 10-1 2003 - 5-3 (11) 2008 - 7-6; 1-2; 7-3

Louisiana Lafayette (5-1) 1982 - 9-5; 6-0 1984 - 5-3 1991 - 8-6; 3-9; 10-1

Louisiana State (0-2) 1991 - *3-15 1994 - *2-6

Louisiana Tech (29-22) 2002 - 14-1, 2-0, 3-2; 1-0, 3-2, 6-5 2003 - 9-5; 8-5 (11); 8-4; 8-9 (13); 7-3 (10); 7-12 2004 - 8-11; 11-3; 12-4; 12-10; 5-6; 12-13 2005 - 1-2; 2-5; 7-10; 12-1; 13-9; 12-8 2006 – 4-5; 4-5; 0-1 2007 - 11-8; 3-5; 6-8; 5-10; 3-1; 8-2; 4-2 2008 - 14-5; 9-8; 11-1; 8-0 2009 - 9-11; 5-17; 12-14; 6-14 2010- 7-13, 5-13, 14-4, 12-2 2011 - 9-4; 6-8; 7-4; 4-8; 13-1

Loyola Marymount (28-16) 1979 - 10-2; 0-1 1980 - 2-3; 6-3 1982 - 15-1; 9-3 1983 - 1-0; 4-1 1984 - 21-5; 6-5; 13-8 1985 - 7-2; 1-0; 1-0 1986 - 5-6 1987 - 3-5; 7-6; 10-1; 4-7; 9-10 1988 - 6-1; 18-6 1989 - 5-6; 7-8 (10) 1991 - 4-3 (12) 1992 - 5-2; 10-8 1993 - 9-8; 6-1; 15-3 2000 - 8-5 2004 - 2-14 2005 – 14-1 2007 - 15-4; 5-3; 5-4 2009 - 7-8; 6-7; 3-7; 7-11 2010- 5-12, 3-4, 2-5, 16-10

Maine (2-0) 1990 - 6-4 1994 - 10-1

HISTORY

HISTORY

1981 - 6-0 1983 - 6-7; *13-6 1984 - 1-8; 9-0 1985 - *12-8 1988 - 7-4; 7-3; *9-4 1992 - 4-3; 3-4; 4-3 1993 - 14-20; *9-6; *4-7; *4-1 1994 - *1-2; *6-8 1995 - *18-3; *3-2 1997 - *8-5 1998 - 10-9; 9-2; 6-10 1999 - 3-2 (10); 7-2; 6-8 2001 - 1-4; 4-7; 6-3 2004 - 3-5; 10-9

1966 - 1-0; 0-1 1967 - 4-1; 9-6 1968 - 2-3; 4-7; 5-8 1969 - 2-3; 1-0 1970 - 2-3; 8-7; 4-3; 4-2 1971 - 9-6; 6-0; 8-0; 0-1; 1-4 1972 - 3-2; 1-3; 3-0; 6-2 1973 - 5-1; 5-7 (12); 7-8 1974 - 2-0; 0-3; 4-7; 13-4 1975 - 0-8; 2-3 1976 - 0-8; 5-9 1977 - 2-7; 1-2; 4-1 1978 - 4-5; 5-11; 8-4 1979 - 11-5; 6-5; 4-5 1980 - 9-8 (10); 7-3 1981 - 2-3 1982 - 11-3 1983 - 10-5; 5-4; 2-1 1984 - 5-3 1985 - 13-7; 12-13 (11); 1-4; *7-6 (10) 1986 - 4-7; 5-15; 3-11 1987 - 14-5; 5-11; 6-3 1988 - 14-12 (13); 12-15; 5-6 1989 - 2-5; 4-6 1990 - 7-1; 13-3; 3-7 1991 - 8-10; 14-15; 17-9 1992 - 10-4; 4-5; 4-14 1993 - 3-2; 5-9; 10-2 1994 - 1-2 1995 - 13-7; 8-1; 7-4 1996 - 4-1; 3-5; 4-13 1999 - 4-6; 6-16 2000 - 10-12 (12); 11-2 2002 - 2-9 2003 - 2-4 2004 - 4-16; 0-2; 18-1 2008 - 4-14; 4-5 2010- 5-8

1974 - 4-2 1975 - 3-2; 3-0 1976 - 6-2; 4-5 1977 - 8-4 1978 - 8-6 1980 - 3-0; 4-1 1981 - 3-6 1982 - 0-3; 11-0; 7-6 1983 - 17-6 1984 - 1-0; 8-2 1985 - 12-11 (10); 5-8 1986 - 11-2; 5-4; 4-7 1987 - 6-3; 15-4 1988 - 6-1; 17-7 1989 - 14-4; 3-2; 13-3 1990 - 6-5; 14-3 1991 - 6-5; 7-8 1992 - 2-15; 9-8 (11) 1993 - 8-1; 2-4 1994 - 15-4; 9-7 1995 - 5-6; 9-4; 6-3; 10-0; 5-3; 13-3 1996 - 0-2; 9-6; 3-2; 8-11; 20-10; 5-9 1997 - 9-12; 3-9 1998 - 8-3; 11-6 1999 - 7-1; 8-1 2000 - 6-4; 0-4 2001 - 8-5; 4-9 2002 - 14-7 2003 - 3-13; 3-2 (8) 2004 - 8-2; 5-4 2005 - 3-5; 3-7; 7-9 2006 - 3-6; 1-4; 8-9 2007 - 3-6; 4-6; 9-16; 0-13 2008 - 1-2; 10-9; 13-11; 5-8; 7-10 2009 - 11-13; 16-17 2010- 10-9; 7-5; 3-7 2011 - 4-11

85


FRESNO STATE Minnesota (4-1)

1988 - *10-8 (10) 2003 - 7-4; 4-2; 1-14 2007 - 11-6

Missouri (1-1) 1989 - 5-8 1995 - 6-2

Monmouth (1-0) 2004 - 11-3

Navy (1-0) 2001 - 10-2

Nebraska (10-9) 1986 - 5-11 1992 - 15-2 1993 - 10-8; 5-14 1994 - 10-4 1996 - 4-1 2000 - 2-3; 6-1; 0-8 2002 - 1-7, 0-9, 6-10 2010- 7-5, 8-2, 10-9, 1-4 2011 - 8-5; 1-0; 4-5

86

1965 - 11-7 1966 - 9-1 1967 - 4-8; 14-6 1977 - 4-0; 6-1; 8-1; 0-5; 1-9; 1-5 1978 - 9-0; 3-4; 8-9; 8-12; 2-4 1979 - 8-4; 11-4; 1-2; 6-3; 4-2; 4-5 1980 - 14-4; 3-0; 1-0; 13-9; 7-5; 4-8 1981 - 2-3; 3-1; 7-10; 9-5; 18-12; 3-5; *10-4; *7-1 1982 - 5-2; 18-0; 0-1; 16-8; 29-5; 12-10 1983 - 10-5; 6-7; 10-5; 10-3; 7-1 1984 - 26-7; 12-6; 12-5; 5-0; 9-3 1985 - 5-6; 13-14; 10-11 (9) 1986 - 7-2 1987 - 7-6; 19-4 1988 - 18-1; 9-1; 15-1 1989 - 9-8 (11) 1990 - 6-1 1991 - 4-7; 11-6 1994 - 4-3 1996 - 3-5 (12); 2-14; 8-4 1998 - 3-6 2000 - *5-13 2001 – 19-7; 3-4 (10); 2-6; 9-4; 7-10; 4-5 2002 - 1-0, 4-2, 16-4; 5-1, 8-5, 7-3 2003 - 2-6; 5-21; 12-7; 11-7; 5-7; 9-8 2004 - 2-20; 8-10; 12-8; 12-5; 8-7; 12-1 2005 - 3-1; 10-7; 2-8; 5-6; 1-5; 7-20 2006 – 13-2; 19-3; 12-6; 15-3 2007 - 7-6; 0-2; 10-4; 17-4 2008 - 12-4; 1-4; 11-1; 13-3;9-3; 1-4; 3-7; 11-12; 6-4 2009 - 11-15; 4-16; 8-6; 12-5 2010- 8-3, 6-17, 4-14, 9-3 2011 - 8-3; 8-1; 4-2; 7-1

New Mexico (9-3) 1960 - 9-2 1972 - 9-2; 7-3 1992 - 9-4

New Mexico State (27-8) 1991 - 4-0; 5-4 1992 - 12-6; 12-7; 4-6 2006 – 6-3; 10-7; 8-9 2007 - 7-0; 14-3; 9-1 2008 - 8-13; 13-10; 9-5; 13-1; 24-6; 11-8; 2-9; 7-12; 6-4 2009 - 5-4; 0-2; 6-5; 6-10; 4-7; 9-7; 5-3 2010- 21-11, 16-10, 12-4, 8-6 2011 - 17-4; 15-7; 17-2; 6-3

North Carolina (4-3) 1989 - 9-4 1990 - 3-5 1999 - 11-7; 5-8 2008 - 5-3; 3-4; 6-1

North Carolina State (1-0) 1990 - 11-8 (10)

Northern Arizona (1-0) 1961 - 11-0

Northwestern (0-1)

Oregon (5-9) 1959 - 10-7; 3-2 1964 - 6-4 1969 - 4-5 1975 - 2-10; 5-6; 7-2 2009 - 0-1; 1-7; 10-3 2010- 2-7, 4-8, 2-5, 3-8

Oregon State (25-8) 1952 - *1-2; *4-8 1961 - 11-4; 16-0 1969 - 8-2 1970 - 3-2 1978 - 11-6; 11-1 1979 - 6-2; 9-1 1980 - 12-7 1981 - 8-5 1984 - 9-1 1986 - 7-8 (10); 13-2; 9-2 1987 - 0-1 1988 - 12-10 1989 - 5-2; 6-8; 2-1 1990 - 7-6; 14-5; 1-2 1991 - 3-1; 3-9; 2-5 1996 - 7-4 2000 - 4-1; 9-4; 8-0 2011 - 2-1; 5-4

1999 - 10-13

Pacific (95-41)

Notre Dame (4-1)

1951 - 9-2; 6-0; 6-5; 8-2 1952 - 1-0; 16-7; 5-1; 15-5 1955 - 12-10 1964 - 4-1; 9-2 1965 - 3-2; 3-2 1966 - 3-0; 8-0 1967 - 2-1; 1-2 1968 - 0-2; 1-2 1969 - 0-7; 1-2 1970 - 1-0; 1-2 1971 - 1-5; 8-0 1972 - 1-3; 2-6; 1-2 1973 - 2-0; 4-6; 10-4; 15-1; 15-14; 8-4 1974 - 4-1; 5-6; 1-0; 5-3; 13-5; 4-1; 5-6 (12) 1975 - 2-4; 5-4; 2-1; 1-10; 0-2; 1-6; 8-13; 3-2 1976 - 3-5; 5-8; 3-4; 1-6; 6-2; 7-6 1977 - 4-2; 6-4; 4-2; 1-3; 5-2; 1-2 1978 - 0-1; 6-3; 1-2; 7-1; 10-0; 7-3 1979 - 22-9; 6-2; 1-3; 5-0; 3-0; 5-0 1980 - 5-2; 11-6; 2-0; 2-1 1981 - 6-5; 5-1; 10-4; 1-2; 3-2; 6-5 1982 - 4-3; 1-3; 8-3; 6-5; 14-5; 9-5 1983 - 13-2; 21-4; 7-8; 2-3; 2-4 1984 - 11-4; 5-4; 3-4; 18-3; 2-1 1985 - 2-3; 7-2; 15-0; 3-2; 8-0; 4-5 (9) 1986 - 3-4; 13-3; 9-0 1987 - 9-1; 2-0; 8-4 1988 - 4-1; 8-1; 14-6 1989 - 6-0; 2-3; 5-2 1990 - 11-1; 3-1; 2-1 (10) 1991 - 6-1; 6-3; 18-2 1992 - 6-1; 4-0; 5-1 1993 - 10-5 1994 - 1-5 1995 - 3-2; 11-2 1997 - 4-7 1998 - 2-4; 3-14 2000 - 12-5

1961 - 13-9; 8-2 1989 - *9-8; *11-4 2001 - 4-5 (10)

North Carolina (2-2) 1989 - 9-4 1990 - 3-5 1999 - 11-7; 5-8

North Carolina State (1-0) 1990 - 11-8 (10)

Northern Arizona (1-0) 1961 - 11-0

Northwestern (0-1) 1999 - 10-13

Notre Dame (4-1) 1961 - 13-9; 8-2 1989 - *9-8; *11-4 2001 - 4-5 (10)

Ohio State (1-0) 2011 - 3-2

Oklahoma State (0-2) 1959 - 0-4 1996 - *5-12

Old Dominion (3-0) 1994 - 5-4; 4-3; 4-3 (15)

Oral Roberts (2-0) 2001 - *2-1 2002 - 9-3

2001 - 8-2 2002 - 9-2

Pennsylvania (4-0) 1997 - 10-1 1999 - 20-2 2003 - 8-4 2004 - 6-1

2003 - 7-3; 2-9; 2-3; 2-1; 2-13; 1-5 2004 - 1-6; 5-6; 2-7; 4-9; 9-7 (10); 11-4 2005 – 2-8; 0-8; 2-1; 4-6; 8-7; 2-10 2008 - 17-5

Sacramento State (108-27)

Penn State (1-0) 2003 - 7-2

Pepperdine (38-23) 1951 - 30-12; 14-3; 4-2 1955 - 8-4; 2-3; 8-11; *8-7 1960 - 4-6; 11-8; 5-3 1961 - 4-3; 5-0 1964 - 5-1; 2-1 1965 - 11-9 1966 - 9-5; 3-5 (11), 6-2 1967 - 9-2 1968 - 9-1; 6-4; 10-1 1969 - 8-2; 7-3; 11-3 1979 - 4-10 1980 - 2-8; 5-3; 4-2 1982 - *14-5; *8-11 1990 - 2-3; 0-15; 11-5 1992 - *4-5 (10) 1995 - *5-9 1997 - 9-10; 7-5 1998 - 5-1; 5-6; 8-3 1999 - 4-5; 5-3; 7-8 2000 - 14-2; 7-6; 6-2 2001 - 0-4; 8-6 2003 - 0-3; 3-4; 1-3 2006 – 2-7; 9-8; 8-3 2007 - 0-4; 2-3; 4-10 2011 - 7-3; 7-5; 8-1

Portland (7-5) 1979 - *10-8 1989 - 3-4 (13); 2-6 1990 - 6-5 1995 - 12-11 (13) 1999 - 10-3 2001 - 3-9 2004 - 12-2 2006 – 7-2; 3-0; 16-5 2008 - 12-3; 2-3 2009 - 7-0; 2-4

Portland State (4-0) 1978 - 14-6; 9-0 1996 - 5-3; 5-0

Purdue (1-0) 1998 - 13-3

Rhode Island (1-0) 1997 - 12-2

Rice (17-29) 1994 - 13-8 1997 - 2-1; 6-3; 2-1 1998 - *4-5 (10); *2-15 1999 - 4-10; 5-8; 2-8 2000 - 5-2; 9-5; 0-8; 15-1; 6-3; 2-5 2001 - 6-13; 1-8; 6-8; 1-0; 11-5; 5-8 2002 - 2-9, 5-12, 4-16; 1-4, 9-17, 1-12

2011

1951 - 5-0; 8-4; 1-0; 5-3 1952 - 1-4; 5-1; 15-5; 3-2; 4-0 1957 - 5-4; 6-1 1959 - 5-3; 9-0; 9-5; 8-4 1960 - 6-8; 9-2; 8-4; 4-2 1961 - 8-5; 3-0; 4-7; 3-0 1964 - 16-7; 12-2; 6-5; 2-0 1965 - 4-1; 7-6 1966 - 6-3; 4-2; 4-3; 2-0; 8-9 1967 - 4-3; 6-1; 2-3; 4-1 1968 - 6-3; 3-2; 3-2; 2-1 1969 - 3-1; 2-1; 7-3; 9-3 1970 - 6-0; 5-7; 5-1; 2-0 1971 - 2-3; 9-0; 2-5 1972 - 5-4; 3-1; 9-8; 7-6 1973 - 9-7; 8-0; 2-4 1974 - 6-3; 4-3; 10-11; 3-5 1975 - 10-7; 6-5; 2-4; 4-3 1976 - 7-1; 8-2; 3-0 1985 - 8-6 1986 - 5-4 1993 - 5-3; 14-1; 9-13 (10); 12-7; 9-5; 5-8 1994 - 7-6; 6-2; 0-9; 3-4 (10); 7-2; 13-21 1995 - 3-4; 5-1; 4-1; 2-3; 2-3; 8-7 (10); 4-6 1996 - 6-2; 9-1; 9-4; 10-0; 4-2; 5-3 1998 - 10-3; 6-5 (10) 1999 - 4-1; 14-7 2000 - 3-1; 15-2 2001 - 3-4 2002 - 11-1, 3-8, 5-8 2006 – 5-1; 13-6; 12-11; 10-7; 14-3; 7-4; 10-2 2007 - 16-7; 8-1; 5-2; 10-2 2008 - 8-9; 0-4; 6-4; 13-6; 3-2 2009 -5-7; 4-3; 11-8; 7-6 2010- 2-12, 7-6, 10-1, 8-4 2011 - 2-0; 7-3; 1-2; 12-4

St. John’s (2-0) 1991 - 5-3 1996 - 13-7

Saint Mary’s (68-22) 1969 - 13-3; 4-8 1970 - 7-1; 11-1; 8-6; 5-0 1974 - 9-2; 1-2 1976 - 0-9; 9-7 1977 - 2-1; 2-0; 1-2; 4-3; 7-8; 6-5 1978 - 7-6; 6-4; 2-1; 10-9; 10-5; 1-2 1979 - 6-10; 10-1; 1-9; 10-7; 9-5; 2-3 1980 - 5-1; 7-1; 3-2; 6-4; 16-3; 5-4 1981 - 3-1; 7-2; 2-4; 2-3; 6-5; 18-7 1982 - 2-11; 7-1; 12-5; 5-8; 11-3; 8-4 1983 - 2-1; 7-6; 0-1; 0-1; 2-1 1984 - 9-1; 3-2; 4-1; 5-1; 6-3 1985 - 1-0; 12-5 1986 - 7-0; 8-9; 7-5; 3-4 1987 - 21-6; 8-7; 10-5 1988 - 11-4; 3-0; 8-0 1989 - 10-3; 8-5; 5-6 1990 - 2-5 1991 - 5-0; 9-13; 10-4

2012

1992 - 12-1; 11-5; 6-5 1993 - 6-9; 9-1 1994 - 13-9; 2-1 1995 - 3-6; 14-4 1996 - 16-2; 10-3 1999 - 5-2; 8-2 2001 - 5-1; 12-2

San Diego (20-7) 1968 - 10-5 1983 - 4-1; 3-1; 3-4 1984 - 12-1; 13-10; 3-7 1986 - 3-1 1988 - 14-2; 7-1; 4-9 1991 - 5-2; 12-2 2006 – 9-8; 9-8 2007 - 12-4; 3-8; 6-2; 6-2 2008 - 2-5; 6-0; 1-15;5-1 2010- 7-10 2011 - 6-0; 3-2; 7-4

San Diego State (58-52) 1951 - 4-6; 2-0; 12-0 1955 - 4-2 1957 - 4-6; 0-4; 6-0 1958 - 6-2; 3-5; 5-6 1959 - 10-9; 10-6; 3-5; 6-4; 4-8 1960 - 2-1; 3-4; 2-3; 2-1 1961 - 7-4 1964 - 7-1; 5-3; 5-3 1965 - 7-1; 4-1; 2-3 1966 - 3-7; 7-3 (14); 8-7; 7-5 1967 - 6-1; 0-3 1968 - 3-9; 5-6; 3-4 1969 - 7-3; 6-7; 2-12 1970 - 3-1; 10-4; 6-11 1971 - 2-5; 5-4 (16); 6-1 1972 - 9-1; 1-3; 2-7 1973 - 9-3; 8-3; 6-3 1974 - 9-2; 4-2; 0-5 1975 - 1-5; 11-8; 5-6 1976 - 2-4; 2-1; 0-3 1983 - 5-6; 20-26 1984 - *6-10; *7-10 1986 - 4-16 1987 - 4-3 1989 - 13-10 1990 - *4-8 1993 - 6-5; 9-11; 1-8; 2-1 1994 - 5-9; 4-3; 3-4; 3-2; 5-4; 1-3 (10) 1995 - 2-3; 3-2; 4-11; 10-4; 8-3; 6-5 1996 - 2-1; 5-9; 3-2; 4-9; 2-6; 2-5 1997 - 7-3; 1-10; 7-6; 3-6; 2-4; 9-7 (12); *4-7; *2-7 1998 - 7-6; 2-3; 11-2; 11-3; 2-9; 10-5; *18-2 1999 - 11-2; 1-2; 7-5 2008 - 9-2 2009 - 1-4 2010- 10-3

San Francisco (74-15) 1957 - 12-0 1958 - 8-1 1970 - 11-2; 5-1; 2-3; 6-1 1971 - 4-5; 6-0; 8-2 1977 - 11-9; 9-2; 11-5; 16-1; 12-0; 2-0 1978 - 12-4; 9-5; 22-0; 5-2; 23-0; 18-2

1979 - 5-4; 9-5; 14-2; 4-1; 4-1; 5-2 1980 - 4-5; 7-0; 13-1; 8-1; 8-5; 15-5 1981 - 5-3; 7-2; 2-4; 17-6; 14-7; 17-1 1982 - 7-0; 4-2; 1-2; 7-6; 9-0; 6-1 1983 - 13-0; 6-3; 11-1; 9-1; 12-5 1984 - 8-3; 6-7; 15-5; 14-9; 4-1 1985 - 5-0; 16-4 1987 - 5-3; 11-13 1988 - 10-7 1989 - 10-8; 11-3 1990 - 5-4 1991 - 10-6 1992 - 3-2 (10); 12-3 1993 - 11-1; 10-4 1995 - 10-1; 11-7 2000 - 6-5 2001 - 4-1 2003 - 1-8; 6-5; 9-7 2005 - 5-8; 0-13 2006 – 4-3; 5-2 2007 - 2-6; 3-4; 5-4 2008 - 8-13; 5-4; 6-7 2010- 5-2 2011 - 5-3; 4-3; 3-4

San Francisco State (29-7) 1964 - 8-3 1966 - 4-3; 0-5; 8-1 1967 - 9-0; 2-1; 2-9 1968 - 1-0; 2-3 1969 - 7-4 1972 - 6-5; 2-3; 3-7 1973 - 19-1; 6-3; 4-0; 6-0 1974 - 16-0; 5-1; 4-3; 5-1 1975 - 10-6; 9-1; 3-2; 2-5 1976 - 6-5; 2-3; 11-4; 8-3 1977 - 16-3; 9-2; 11-7; 7-2 1978 - 8-1; 10-1; 6-2

San Jose State (150-75) 1951 - 8-3; 7-0; 6-0 1952 - 7-0; 8-0; 6-0 1955 - 9-0; 8-1; 4-3; *9-4; *1-3; *5-1 1957 - 3-2; 1-5 1958 - 3-4; 2-1; 12-0; 4-1; 8-2; 10-3 1959 - 1-4; 9-8; 6-0; 1-0; 11-8; 13-7 1960 - 7-8; 2-0; 7-5 1961 - 5-4; 12-1 1964 - 6-3; 3-1 1970 - 3-4; 3-2; 2-4 1971 - 10-1; 0-2; 4-8; 1-7; 6-10; 6-4 1972 - 4-1; 7-5; 9-3 1973 - 8-19; 6-17; 4-7 1974 - 0-9; 8-6; 4-3; 3-2, 1-0 1975 - 3-4; 3-4; 2-0; 5-9; 10-9; 5-2 1976 - 14-3; 9-8; 7-6; 4-0; 2-6; 2-3 1977 - 10-1; 5-4; 5-9; 4-2; 4-7; 1-2 1978 - 7-3; 15-2; 7-11; 1-2; 4-6; 15-8 1979 - 6-7; 0-1; 2-6; 6-5; 6-10; 10-3; *4-5; *4-0; *4-0 1980 - 4-1; 4-2; 2-0; 4-0; 12-7; 8-3 1981 - 6-11; 2-1; 6-15; 13-8; 6-1; 5-7 1982 - 13-5; 6-3; 5-2; 19-1; 13-1; 6-5 1983 - 13-4; 7-4; 13-0; 8-0; 5-1 1984 - 6-5 (10); 10-1; 4-3 (8); 6-3; 4-3 1985 - 7-0; 6-2; 4-0; 9-2; 9-1; 0-5 1986 - 2-7; 11-3; 6-1 1987 - 5-6; 9-4; 3-10

1988 - 17-3; 10-1; 7-1 1989 - 8-7 (11); 4-1; 2-4 1990 - 8-7 (10); 5-3; 12-2 1991 - 4-0; 0-1; 9-1 1992 - 9-7 (10); 6-2; 4-3 (10) 1995 - 2-0; 2-3 1996 - 14-15; 11-10 1997 - 8-3; 1-4; 3-4; 1-0; 0-2; 10-1 1998 - 6-2; 6-5; 1-11; 6-4; 1-3; 5-10 1999 - 10-3; 11-5; 7-6 2000 - 3-7; 4-5 (11); 0-5; 2-4; 2-7; 8-5 2001 - 3-2; 5-3; 4-7; 7-4; 9-2; 3-7 2002 - 3-8, 7-6, 5-2; 5-6 (10), 4-6, 5-7 2003 - 9-3; 3-4; 0-3; 7-5; 1-10; 3-2 2004 - 4-2; 3-5; 5-2; 10-1; 14-4; 3-6 2005 – 4-3; 1-3; 5-6 (10); 10-4; 5-4; 7-6 2006 – 5-3; 5-7; 4-0; 10-4; 9-8; 9-8; 3-2 2007 - 15-9; 9-4; 12-9; 6-2 2008 - 11-3; 9-8; 5-3; 1-2; 7-3 2009 - 1-0; 8-2; 0-2; 5-6; 6-3 2010- 3-9, 4-3, 10-0, 3-4; 12-10; 13-1 2011 - 1-3; 5-1; 3-4; 5-3

Santa Clara (71-44) 1957 - 5-0; 9-8 1959 - *23-11; *15-3 1964 - 2-3; 4-3 1965 - 4-6; 0-2 1966 - 5-4 1967 - 0-4; 7-3 1968 - 2-3; 4-7 1969 - 1-6; 5-0 1970 - 2-1; 0-1 1971 - 1-7; 2-5 1972 - 2-14; 9-0 (FF) 1973 - 0-5; 4-12 1974 - 5-10 1975 - 4-11 1976 - 2-12 1977 - 3-2; 10-1; 7-6; 3-1; 5-0; 2-0 1978 - 7-12; 5-7; 7-4; 2-4; 7-4; 6-7 1979 - 6-3; 0-3; 3-0; 4-2; 1-11; 6-7 1980 - 6-2; 2-3; 7-2; 7-5; 4-1; 5-3 1981 - 11-1; 7-6; 9-2; 6-5; 9-0; 1-0 1982 - 10-4; 2-5; 10-9; 9-2; 4-3; 19-7; *11-5; *4-2 1983 - 6-5; 6-2; 6-7; 13-3; 4-1 1984 - 9-2; 6-5; 21-4; 3-2; 3-0 1986 - 8-6 1987 - 13-1; 12-4 1988 - 9-10; 3-4 1989 - 6-4; 11-2; 9-10 1992 - 6-5 1993 - 9-3 1994 - 6-7; 3-7 1995 - 4-3; 1-2 (11) 1996 - 3-1 (13); 10-9 1997 - 13-8; 18-26; *1-8; *10-7 1998 - 8-9 1999 - 3-9; 3-2; 5-4 (12) 2000 - 5-3; 16-3; 10-8 2001 - 8-5; 11-10 (16); 10-7 2002 - 8-5, 4-8, 1-2 2007 - 2-3; 8-7; 1-4; 4-8; 1-9 2008 - 5-6; 8-10 2010- 10-9

HISTORY

HISTORY

Nevada (84-47)

1998 - 7-4; 7-1; 12-6; *3-2 (10) 1999 - 26-27; 10-11; 11-19 2001 - 9-3

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FRESNO STATE Stanford (48-78)

1952 - 11-10; 10-5; 3-5 1957 - 6-5 1958 - 4-5; 3-4 1959 - 2-1 1961 - 5-9 1967 - *7-3; *3-6; *4-6 1968 - 0-4; 0-2; 2-1; 1-7 1970 - 6-0 1971 - 2-0; 0-1 (11); 0-3; 0-6 1972 - 2-4; 2-0; 2-6; 2-3 1973 - 1-3; 1-2; 1-2 (10); 7-1 1974 - 19-11; 5-4; 2-1 1975 - 1-2; 4-0; 1-9; 0-7; 3-11 1976 - 7-13; 6-3; 4-3; 0-7; 1-12 1978 - 4-2; 9-8; 5-8 1979 - 2-1; 3-7; 3-5 1980 - 10-1 (10) 1981 - 2-3; 5-4 1982 - 2-4; 6-3; *10-17 1983 - 8-9 1984 - 3-2; 2-1 1985 - 4-8; 7-2; 3-9; 6-10 1986 - 5-3; 1-5 (10) 1987 - 0-2; 4-2; 12-4 1988 - 13-3; 6-5 (10); *3-10 1989 - 1-2; 8-2 1990 - 2-9; 4-3; 3-5 1991 - 7-1; 5-4; 3-6; *4-2; *7-5 1992 - 11-3; 5-10; 0-3 1993 - 6-7; 1-4; 1-12 1994 - 5-7; 2-9; 4-7 1995 - 3-2; 6-0; 2-4 1996 - 16-1; 0-6; 5-9 1997 - 1-6; 1-0; 2-14; *2-5 1998 - 10-12 (11); 9-16; 0-4 (5) 1999 - 0-1; 8-6; 5-3 2000 - 2-10; 1-7; *1-5 2001 - 9-11; 3-2 (10); 5-9 2002 - 2-6, 7-5, 3-8 2003 - 1-4; 2-5; 2-7 2004 - 3-1; 4-13; 3-10 2005 - 1-12; 0-7; 4-8 2006 – 2-3; 7-5; 3-6 2007 - 2-9; 4-6; 2-7

Tulane (0-1) 1994 - *5-7

UC Davis (37-13)

1951 - 9-1; 5-3 1952 - 5-2; 8-2 1964 - 7-6 1970 - 0-1; 4-3; 1-0; 8-7 1971 - 12-13; 5-2; 19-6; 4-3 1972 - 3-5; 7-3; 5-4; 14-4 1973 - 3-5; 13-0; 4-0; 3-1 1974 - 1-2; 6-7; 5-3; 11-5 1975 - 10-9; 14-1; 2-3; 9-5 1976 - 12-8; 11-7; 4-3; 2-4 1977 - 8-2; 2-3; 10-6; 19-6 2007 - 8-2; 4-3 2008 - 2-4; 1-3; 7-0; 6-3 2009 - 3-11; 4-2 2010- 9-2, 7-6, 2-7 2011 - 12-4; 3-1

UC Irvine (29-9)

1983 - 9-0; 5-2; 3-4 1984 - 6-0; 5-4; 5-0 1985 - 4-3 (10); 13-2; 13-1 1986 - 11-3; 2-5; 6-4 (11) 1987 - 3-7; 4-1; 9-16 1988 - 4-2; 16-2; 4-0 1989 - 8-5 (11); 24-4; 9-8 1990 - 8-3; 2-1; 5-1 1991 - 4-1; 8-2; 6-3 1992 - 10-4; 6-0; 10-3 2002 - 3-8 2003 - 1-0; 9-5; 4-3 2004 - 3-5; 1-5 2009 - 2-4 2011 - 6-12

UCLA (28-30)

Texas Tech (2-1)

UC Santa Barbara (48-32)

Temple (1-0) 2000 – 5-3

Tennessee (1-0) 1993 - *6-2

Texas A&M (3-0) 1988 - 6-5 (13); 4-0 1997 - *2-1

TCU (12-8)

1993 - 4-2 1996 - *12-5; *2-13

1951 - 9-0; 6-3; 10-4 1952 - *9-5; *19-1 1955 - 10-4; 6-2; 0-2 1957 - 13-1; 2-4; 10-3

1958 - 13-0; 2-0; 6-2 1959 - 6-4; 4-11; 13-9 1960 - 9-3; 7-5 1961 - 5-4; 4-0; 18-2 1964 - 3-0 1965 - 11-7 1970 - 11-3; 3-7; 1-8 1971 - 1-4; 6-5; 5-1; 3-0; 8-2; 2-1 1972 - 0-1; 5-9; 3-10 1973 - 9-4; 2-3 1974 - 3-5; 3-2; 2-1 1981 - 5-2; 0-4 1982 - 0-8; 9-11 1985 - 2-8; 7-4; 6-0; 1-13; 11-3; 7-6 1986 - 8-9; 6-8; 6-7 (10) 1987 - 3-6; 3-4; 7-6 (11); 13-15; 2-6 1988 - 4-2; 8-5; 10-3 1989 - 8-6; 7-3; 7-5 1990 - 12-7; 1-6; 4-6 1991 - 10-6; 13-14; 3-8 1992 - 10-2; 5-3; 1-11 2002 - 10-3 2004 - 7-6; 9-22; 3-8 2005 – 5-7; 3-5; 5-4

UNLV (36-24)

1977 - 10-8; 5-1; 3-1 1978 - 12-11; 4-2; 4-9 1979 - 11-1; 6-4; 7-8; 12-5 1980 - 2-5; 0-4; 3-5 1981 - 3-13; 27-10; 9-14 1982 - 4-2 1983 - 17-5; 8-1 1984 - 2-1; 6-1; 8-1 1985 - 12-9; 6-3; 0-2; 16-3; 4-2 1986 - 9-5; 4-5; 2-4 1987 - 4-6; 8-9; 5-3 1988 - 8-12; 9-4; 11-6 1989 - 1-2; 5-2; 6-3 1990 - 0-9; 10-7; 0-10 1991 - 6-1; 8-5; 11-7 1992 - 7-10; 7-2; 3-0 1994 - 2-4; 2-10 1995 - 7-0; 11-0 1996 - 9-6; 6-8 1998 - 7-3; 4-5; 5-6 1999 - 1-8; 6-3; 3-6

USC (21-34)

1955 - *1-8; *2-15 1957 - 5-6 1959 - 2-6 1960 - 2-5; 1-3; 3-5; 6-3 1961 - *1-4; *6-4; *6-10 1964 - 7-14; 7-3 1965 - 3-9 1969 - 3-6; 3-2; 3-4 1970 - 2-6; 6-13; 7-6 1972 - 5-8; 5-4; 4-12 1973 - 0-5; 4-6 (10); 0-2

U.S. International (5-1) 1986 - 5-1 1987 - 5-4 (18) 1990 - 7-12; 12-3 1991 - 5-3; 7-1

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Utah State (1-0) 1959 - 7-0

Utah Valley State (2-1) 2006 - 13-9; 8-0; 4-5

Virginia Tech (1-2) 1989 - 14-2 1991- 0-4 1995 - 0-8

Washington (9-8)

1959 - *3-2; *4-5; *10-5 1984 - 12-5 1992 - *3-4 1997 - 4-7; 6-8; 4-2 2002 - 1-5; 13-9; 7-10 2009 -4-11; 3-1 2010- 9-10, 11-10, 3-2

Washington State (20-9) 1966 - 4-0; *2-5 (13); *1-2 (14) 1967 - 3-2; 0-1 1973 - 5-1 1977 - 2-4 1978 - 11-4 1979 - 7-2; 6-7 1981 - 11-8; 15-3 1983 - 5-7; 6-5 1986 - 2-4 1988 - *7-6 1989 - 11-0; 9-5 1990 - 15-5; 2-1; 1-4 1992 - 9-8 1994 - 4-7 1997 - 10-2; 9-4 2006 - 6-1 2011 - 7-5; 16-1; 7-2

Western Michigan (1-0) 1959 - *7-2

Western Oregon State (2-0) 1971 - 12-4; 5-1

Westmont (4-1) 1964 - 7-2; 2-0 1965 - 7-4 1966 - 8-5; 4-5

Wichita State (0-1) 1989 - *4-6

Willamette (1-0) 1955 - *6-3

Winthrop (0-1) 1998 - 1-3

Wyoming (6-1)

1979 - 1-0 1993 - 6-1; 4-3; 10-3 1994 - 9-2; 5-9; 3-0

Utah (6-1)

1997 - *6-3 1998 - 9-0; 5-2; 9-7 1999 - 14-6; 16-8; 2-4 2008- 10-0

2011

A

Abbott, Don Abbott, George Abbott, Jake Abel, Dave Abney, Steve Abo, George Acevedo, Anthony Ahmady, Alan Ainley, Craig Allen, Dick Allen, Jody Allison, Clayton Altman, Jack

Alvarez, Jake Amador, Blake AndeAndreoni, Ned Armenta, Frank Armstrong, Bob Asadoor, Randy Ashworth, Edward Ashworth, Jule Atrat, Kyle Aukerman, Carlos Austin, Erwin

B

1948-50 1948 1951 1955-56 1977 1946-49 1999-00 2007-09 1984-85 1963 1985-86 2007-08 1956

2011 2008 1968 1958 1956 1981-83 1965 1931 2002 1997-98 1939-40

Bachtelle, Stewart 1940-41 Bacome, Leonard 1969 Bafia, Bob 1983-85 Bagley, Kip 1979-80 Bair, David 2002-03 Bair, Donnie 2002-03 Baird, Bill 1950 Baker, Ken 1988-89 Baldwin, Gary 1966 Ball, Adolph 1948 Ball, Jacob 2004Ballard, Tim 1980 Ballinger, John 1969 Banderas, Terry 1961-62 Bandy, Bob 1956 Barger, Vince 1982-84 Barnes, Larry 1995 Barnett, Don 1950-51 Barnhill, Douglas 1975-76 Barsom, Charles 1931 Bartels, Bill 1985-86 Bartels, Fred 1951-53 Bates, Steve 1985-87 Baxter 1923 Becht, Jason 1996 Becknell, George 1947 Beckstead, Jerry 1971 Bedford, Mountie 1958-59 Bedrosian, Dave 1975 Beggs, Mike 1968-70 Behlen, Steven 1973-74 Behn, Brendan 1994-95 Bell, Jason 1998 Belli, Dewey 1963-65 Bennett, Brad 1978-80 Bennett, Bob 1952-55 Bennett, Todd 1980-83 Benny, Derek 2009-11 Bergazzi, Roy 1938-40 Bergman, Jack 1971-72 Beshears, Scott 2000-03 Best, F. 1922 Biama, Richard 1949 Bidwell, Oliver 1940-47 Biggers, Dave 1960

2012

Birkle, Don Bischoff, Zac Bishop, Jerry Blaver, Rich Blechman, Scott Bledsoe, Stan Boettger, Roger Bolger, Larry Bonesteele, Sean Boney, Bob Bonifazio, Anthony Bonnett, Bruce Bonomini, Bob Bordi, Rich Borgese, Jeff Borges, James Bosco, Steve Bourdet, Len Bowlin, Michael Bowman, Galen Boyd, T.J. Brauning, Jay Breckley, Jason Brewer, Dennis Bricker, Don Bridge, Eric Brodeur, J. Brosnan, Jason Brown, Bill Brown, Brant Brown, Chad Brown, Clarence Brown, Kelly Brown, Zip Brumfield, Harvey Brusstar, Warren Buck, Terry Buckholz, Steve Buckner, Pat Burke, Brandon Burns, L. Burns, Mike Burton, Dean Burton, Mike Busch, Stan Buss, Scott Bustamante, Eddie

C

Cain, Cal Cameron, Mark Cano, Al Cantelmo, Tony Cardwell, Don Carpenter, Monte Carter, Mervyn Carter, Suge Casey, Harvey Castro, Pat Cattaneo, Chad Caufaude, Les Cederquist, Clay Cervantes, Sal Champlin, Kelly

1957 2009 1951-52 1972 1986-87 1962-63 1967 1951-52 2007-10 1947-52 1991-92 1976-77 1961-62 1978-80 1990 1994-95 1990 1948-50 1999-00 1948-50 2002 1995-96 2005-08 1999 1951 1988 1922-23 1989 1967-68 1991-92 1994-96 1950 1980 1951-52 1986 1973-74 1969-70 1987-88 1976-77 2005-08 1922 1948 1973-74 1988-89 1959-61 1983-84 1988

1982-85 1957-58 1949 1983-84 1938 1938 1958-60 1943-49 1958-60 1957 1994 1974-75 2010 1977 1990-91

Charles, Justin

2010-11

Chiaramonte, Giuseppe Claussen, Kim Clements, Marc Clevenger, Bill Clevenger, Truman Collins, Steve Combs, Mark Cooper, Michael

1995-97 1970 1942 1952-54 1951-53 1977 1983-84 2004-05

Coppock, Ed 1974 Coronado, Gary 1961 Costic, Tim 1990-92 Coughlon, Kevin 1980-81 Cowan, William 1931 Coyle, Bobby 2010 Crane 1923 Crane, Rich 1987-89 Crawford, R. 1922-23 Creamer, Casey 2001-02 Creighton, Matt 2000 Creighton, Tom 1999-00 Crets, Gary 1962-63 Crew, Ken 1985 Crissman, Vern 1964 Cropsey, Allen 1950 Crough, Garret 1984-85 Cruess, Robert 1977-79 Cruise, Mark 1992-93 Cuadros, Al 1975 Cuellar, Justin 1998 Cudd, Don 1960 Cuellar, Justin 2000 Cunningham, Ken 1973-74 Curlee, Don 1949-50 Curtis, Matt 1993-96

D

Dalena, Pete Dallas, Bob da Luz, Craig Dandridge, Brad Daniels, Melvin Daniels, Pete Danielson, Glenn DaSilva, John David, Scott Davis, Bret Davis, Devlon Davis, Jim Davis, Rod Davis, Tory DeCanio, Jason DeGeorge, Virgil Dela Torre, George Della, Dan Detwiler, Steve DeVaurs, Duane Dibble, Tom DiBuduo, Moe DiGrazia, Williams DiFrancia, Ed Dinges, Bob Doepker, Dick Doig, Bob Dollar, Bert Donatoni, John Donkersley, Bob Donnelly, Robert Doyle, Pat Drake, Max Duckhorn, Jim Due, Floyd Duke, Dan Duncan, Brad Durmanich, J.J. Dvorak, Greg Dyes, Andrew Dyt, Darren

E

Edmonds, Michael Edwards, Chad Edwards, Evin Egelhofer, Ray

1981-82 1973 1995-98 1993 1931 1942 1943 1992 2011 1985 1998 1983-85 1982 2003 1997 1962-63 1954 1942 2007-10 1939 1964 1970 1968-69 1970-71 1975 1959 1954-57 1960-62 1967 1951-52 1995 1966 1999-00 1971-72 1931 1998-99 1972 2000 1968-69 1973-74 1997

1974 2002-03, 05 1986-87 1938-40

Elcano, Jason Elf, Doug Ellis, Ted Elorduy, Mike Emerson, Rob Enard, Tony

Escat, Gene Esparza, Brandon Evans, Mike Evert, Kevin

1980 1972-74 1955-56 1963 1982-83 1993-95

2009-10 2002, ‘04 1981 1986

F

Fagundes, Manuel 1963 Falco, Chris 1989-91 Fanconi, Jason 1998-99 Farfan, David “Shorty” 1995 Farrar, Bill 1949 Farren 1923 Farria, J. 1922 Farris, Don 1953-55 Farsakian, Sam 1949-50 Fellows, Jackie 1943 Felts, Bob 1974-75 Feramisco, Derek 1995-97 Fernandez, Jared 1993-94 Filson 1923 Findley, Bill 1954-57 Fisher, Gary 1954 Fisher, Jim 1994-95 Fisher, Joe 1959-61 Fister, Doug 2005-06 Fitzmaurice, Kevin 1996-97 Fjelstad, Kyle 1993-94 Floethe, Jake 2008 Flores, Jim 1979-81 Flynn, Ed 1941-43 Fox, Eric 1982-85 Fragus, Neal 1971-72 Frazer, Scott 1976-77 Frazier, Terance 1988-92 Freitas, Jeremy 1995 Freitas, Joseph 1994-95 French, Jon 1988 French, William 1938-39 Frey, Darwin 1965 Fritz, Ben 2000-02 Fry, Gary 1985 Funk, Greg 1980-83 Frye, Lane 1959

G

Gagnier, Drew Gagnon, Jim Gaitan, Joe Galloway, Ken Gambero, Darrell Garcia, Bob Garcia, Eric Garcia, Fernando Garcia, Frank Garcia, Nick Garcia, Rudy Gardner, Mark Garfoot, Phil Garner, Lance Garrett, Jim Garrido, Augie Garrison, Mike

2007 1987 1956 1983-84 1970 1971 1997 1975-76 1978-79 1998-00 1953-54 1984-85 1957 1976-77 1958-60 1959-61 1961

Garrison, Taylor Garrison, Trent

2010-11 2009-10

Garver, Dick Garza, Matt Garzoni, Mike Gaspar, Kahou Gaul, Mike

1942 2003-05 1943 2010-11 1966

HISTORY

1987 - 2-3; 6-3 1997 - 19-12; 10-5; 7-11 1999 - 7-1; 6-7; 8-14 2000 - 9-7; 8-3; 1-10; 9-6; 7-6; 6-5 2001 - 5-6; 5-6; 7-5; 3-4; 11-5; 6-5

1986 - 4-5

HISTORY

1998 - 9-3

1952 - 3-1; 6-5; 4-2 1957 - 3-9; 5-2 1959 - 8-0; 9-10 1960 - 2-1; 3-2; 11-12 1961 - 2-0; 4-10 1964 - 8-7; 2-13; 8-4 1965 - 5-8; 2-8 1966 - 7-2; 7-9; 4-9 1967 - 19-3; 12-5; 1-8 1969 - 0-4; 1970 - 1-0; 7-4; 4-5 1971 - 10-3; 3-9; 4-3 1972 - 7-2; 4-3; 0-11 1973 - 1-2; 6-3; 2-1 1974 - 5-2 1975 - 7-9; 2-5; 0-2 1976 - 3-12; 2-6; 7-0 1979 - *4-5 1986 - 0-6; 3-6; 6-13 2004 - 2-6; 11-13; 3-2 (10) 2005 - 4-7; 8-4; 5-6 2006 – 11-9; 5-0; 2-12 2011 - 1-3

Stetson (0-1)

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Toledo (1-0)

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FRESNO STATE Gerber, Joe Ghimenti, Darin Gibbons, John Gilbert, Shawn Giordano, Craig Girazian, Toby Gladden, Dan Gladden, Jeff Glines, Tim Glynn, Josh Goehring, Martin Goff, Mike Golladay, Don Gomez, David Gomez, Rueben Gonsalves, Larry Gonzalez, Chris Gonzalez, Greg Gonzalez, Ozzie Gonzalez, Raul Goodrich, Randy Goodwin, Tom Gowens, Brennan Graham, Randy Graham, Tom Graver, Dick Graves, Gene Greely, J. Greene, Eric Greenlee, Jim Gregory, Leroy Grewal, Ranbir Griffin, David Griffin, Kirk Grigsby, Tac Grimm, Dan Groth, Ken Groth, Robert Grubb, Danny Guzman, Tony Gunther, Kevin Gutknecht, Jason

H

Haag, Ryan Hafiz, Dave Hager, Richard Hager, Ron

90

Hashimoto, Frank Hastings, Ward Haynes, Joel Hedstrom, Gavin Heeb, Toby Heizenrader, Terry Hennecke, Pete Henderson, James Henderson, Mike Hernandez, David Hernandez, Jesse Hernandez, Mike Hernandez, Rick Herron, Tony Hershfield, Jason Higa, Tom Hill, Harvey Hill, Mike Hill, Nate Hill, Todd Hiltel, Ted Hinchey, Harry Hintz, Beau Hirayama, Fibber Hite, Ed Hobbs, Gene Holland, Art Holt, Bert Holt, Darren Holt, David Hook, Kevin Hoover, W.T. Hopelain, M. Hoover, Dave Hoover, John Hosey, Steve Houck, Jim Hovespian, Dick Howard, Keith Hower, Jake Hoyt, Howard Hoyt, Kenny Hudson, Ron Huston, Chris

Hutcheson, Patrick 2003-04 2000 1956 1953-56

2011

Hall, Russ Hallaian, Christian Hamilton, Chuck Hammock, Ted Halpert, Jared Hance, Mark Hancock, Bill Haney, Roger Hannah, Jack Hannah, Josh Hannah, Shawn Hanoian, Larry Hanoian, Terry Hansen, Bill Harbour, Bill

1982-84 2001-02 1974 1957 2005 1973 1942 1973 1953-55 1997-98 1999-00 1964 1964 1947-48 1960

Harlan, Tom

2009-11

Harkness, Michael Harper, Brad Harper, Brian Harrington, Tony Harris, Clarence Harris, Hal Harris, T.J. Hartgraves, Dean Haruta, George

1968-69 1999-02 1998-99 1969-70 1931 1975 1996 1987 1986-87

I

Infante, Gil Inrker, Robert

J

1962-63 1957 1950 2008-09 1938 1963-65 1995-96 1968-69 1978 2007 1991-92 2000-02 1976 1979-81 2007 1954-58 1984-87 1988 1985 1988 1960 1947 1999-00 1950-52 1961-63 1957 1982-83 1956 1980 1978-79 1995-97 1998 1931 1962-63 1981-84 1987-89 1957 1943 1997 2007-08 1972 1964 1968-70 2005

2011

2003-05 1949

Jacobo, Bob Jacobo, Ed Jacobsen, Bob Jacobsen, Tom Jelmini, Rick Jochner, Tim Johnson, Donn

1975 1984 1982-84 1962-63 1975 1986-87 1972-73

Johnson, Jake

2008-09

Johnson, Jim Johnson, Ron Johnson, Todd Jones, Allen Jones, Bobby Jones, Ken Judice, Bryan

1952 1977-78 1990-93 1970-71 1989-91 1976 1991-94

Judge, Aaron

K

Kaia, Steve Kaita, Jeff Kaitfors, Josh Kampcik, Ed Kazmirski, Bobby

2011

1975 1998-99 1993-96 1978-79 1991

Kelley, Brad Kelley, Jack Kemble, George

1974-77 1942 1938-39

Kendall, Cody

2009-11

Kepner, Norm 1972 Keyes 1923 Kieling, Ron King, Ed Knerr, Jim Kourafas, Nick Krebbs, Norman Krieg, Marty

L

Labandeira, Josh LaBare, Mike Lackey, Steve Ladra, Jack Lantrip, Rick Lapin, Brian Larios, John Larrieu, Gene Lawless, Albert Lawless, Toby Leach, Ron Lee, Nathan Leicht, Bill Lester, Jim Levaggi, Tony Levingston, Derrick Lewis, Ozzie Linehan, Tyler Lipsey, Carl Lillard, Mike Lister, Jim Littlejohn, Todd Liukkonen, Jim Loafman, Chris Lockhart, Tim Lohuis, Mark LoNigro, Frank Lopez, Oscar Lozano, Steve Lurker, Bob Lynch, Ryan

M

Maas, Dave MacDonald, Jerry Magatogan, Harold Magee, T. Mahlmann, Richard

Mallory, Chris Mann, Jack Marcelli, Brandon Marquez, Bob Marsh, Robert Marsoobian, Bryan Martin, Dorman Martinez, Pete Mascaro, Frank Masini, Leonard Mason, Shane Mason, William Mastagni, Phil Mathiesen, Mike Maxwell, Wade Mazzoni, Marty McCormick, Ken McGehee, Casey McGhee, Wayne McKeighan, Thomas McMahon, Jim

1973-75 1946 1955-56 1947 1956 1946

2000-01 1973-74 1973-74 1953 1990 2005-07 1985 1954 1940 1938-39 1979 2001-02 1980 1957-59 1954-57 1996-97 2005-07 2011 2002 1957 1956 1988 1971 1977 1988-89 1978-79 2006 1997-00 1988-89 1947-49 2001

1971-72 1960-62 1931 1922 1970

2011 1946-48 2003-04 1982 1991-92 1988 1957-58 1986 1973 1942 2001 1966 1964-65 1958-59 1991-92 1959-60 1971-74 2001-03 1965-66 1931 1955-56

McMeechan, Chuck McNamara, Gary Meacham, Bud Meert, John Mehas, Mick Mehlhoff, Ron Mello, David Mendonca, Tom Mercado, Victor Mijano, Jan Miller, DeAndre Miller, Brandon Miller, John Miller, Justin Millhorn, George Millhorn, Paul Mills, Beau Minor, Tommy Minor, Zach Mitchell, Brandon Miyamoto, Ed Modrell, Doug Modrell, Gary Moncier, John Moody, W. Moore, Chase Moore, Lloyd Moore, Mark Moran, Nick Moresi, Nick Morse, John

1971 1992-93 1954 1984-85 1960-62 1976-77 1968-69 2007-09 1993-95 1957 2004-05 2004-07 1975-76 2008 1954-57 1957 2005-06 1991-94 1999-02 1987-88 1965 1965-66 1957-58 1970-71 1922 2003-06 1946 1974 1999-00 2004-06 1949-50

Morse, Matt

2009-10

Mortensen, Tony Mosiello, Bill Mott, Jeff Mueller, Jeff Muno, Danny Murphy, Lee Murphy, Michael Myers, Joey Myers, Ron

1988 1986 1988 1976-77 2008-11 1957-60 1974-76 2000-03 1976-77

N

Najar, Johnny 1991 Nakamura 1923 Nalbandian, Gene 1957 Napier, Walt 1956 Naster, Jeff 1995 Navarro, Scott 1995-96 Neal, Everett 1946 Newman, Eric 1993 Nieves, Francisco 2001-02 Nitschke, Buzz 1966-67 Noel, Mike 1988-91 Noonan, Michael 1968-69 Norcross, Ryan 2001 Notorangelo, Don 1950

O

O’Banion, Mike O’Canto, Ray O’Leary, Dan O’Leary, John Oliver, Ron Oneto, Franny Otterson, Eric Overland, Ryan Oxandaboure, Frank

P

1971-72 1980-81 1982-83 1978-79 1964 1950-52 2007 2005-08 1949

Palmer, Tim Papi, Jason Papi, Ken Parantala, Mark Patrick, Chris Patrick, Mike Patterson, Jim Paul, Gary Paull, Bob Pavlovich, Eli Pearse, Joe Pearse, Steve Pearson, Bill Pearson, Jim Pedrazzini, Joe Peeler, David Pegues, Daryl Pendleton, Terry Penn, Ryan Peracchi, Don Peralta, Don Perez, Ken Perruchon, Bob Petersen, J.D. Petropulos, Angelo Pettyjohn, Adam Phair, Bob Phillips, Emery Phillips, Tom Pierce, Brian Pierce, Mike Pierini, Adolph Pierini, Rick Pilati, Dennis Plump, Dave Pollard, Dan Polerencio, Mike Poole, Robby Poore, Ernie Postiff, J.P. Powell, Mike

Poytress, Josh Prieto, Bob Prieto, Jeff Prieto, Jordan Prieto, Larry Pritchett, Jerry Purkiss, Matt

Q

Quinonez, Rudy Qualls, Andy

2011

1998-99 1978-79 1969

2009-11 1974-75 1997-00 20021972-73 1961-62 1994-95

2004-05 2011

R

Ragazzo, Rick 1980-81 Rago, Ralph 1955 Ramos, Sean 1992-93 Randel 1923 Rathjen, Dennis 1978-79 Read, George 1955-56 Reade, Curt 1978-80 Reelhorn, Jon 1978-80 Renteria, Javier 1993-94 Reyes, Ray 1977-78 Reynoso, Ben 1993-96 Rhoads, R. 1922-23

Ribera, Jordan

2008-11

Rice 1923 Riday-White, Tobey 2001-02 Riddell, Les 1951 Ring, Jeffery 1966 Roberts, Noel 1994-96 Roberts, Randy 1975-76 Robertson, Charlie 2010-11

Robinson, Dusty

Paetow, Robbie Painton, Tim Pallas, James

1998 2000 1967-68 1996-97 2001-04 1978 1991-92 1994-96 1960-62 1943 1996-97 1987-88 1954 1938 1956-57 1958-59 1979-80 1981-82 2005 1966-67 1954 1978 1967 1953-55 1939-46 1996-98 1954-56 1981-83 1988-90 2002-03 2004 1942-46 1965 1966 1964 1965-66 1947-48 1998-99 1938-41 1990 1995-98

Robinson, William Robison, Jerry Robnett, Richie Rodriguez, George

2012

2009-11 1946 1967-68 2004 2001

Roe, Mike Rogers, Dale Rogers, Dave Rohm, Dave Rohm, Don Rollans, Ken Romero, Eddie Romero, Philip Ross, Rich Ross, Steve Rosser, Jerry Rothford, Jim Rothford, Ryan Rowe, Casey Rucobo, Vince Rudolph, Charles Ruiz, Larry Runyon, Bob Rupcich, Larry Russell, Dave Rustingan, L. Ruth, Dick Ruth, Pat Ruthven, Dick Ruthven, Sean Ryan, S.

S

Sakamoto, Kent Sachse, Ken Saiki, Taro Saitz, Robbie Salazar, Mike

Salles, J.D.

1993 1961 1947 1976-77 1978 1984-85 2004-06 1989-92 1981 1977 1963-64 1978 2003 1997-99 1966-67 1940-41 1977 2001-02 1994-97 1973-74 1922 1962-63 1988-89 1970-72 2002 1922 2003-06 1949-50 1931 1989-91 1991-93

2011

Salles, John 1986-88 Salwasser, Mervin 1942-46 Sandell, Todd 2005-08 Santoni, Tim 1998 Saxton, Richard 1966 Scarbery, Rick 1976-77 Scelzi, Mike 1948 Schanze, Robert 1965 Scheppers, Tanner 2006-08 Schiller, Ron 1961-62 Schmidt, Chester 1942 Schmidt, Dave 1967-69 Schullstrom, Erik 1988-90 Schulz, Bill 1956 Scorneianchi, Augie 1958 Scott 1923 Scott, Bobby 1977-80 Scott, Gordon 1943 Scott, Leland 1946 Scott, Matt 2002-05 Seadler, Walter 1942 Seastrom, Greg 1958 Sedoo, Gerald 1954 Seib, Greg 1979-80 Sellner, Scott 1984-85 Serpa 1923 Shannon, Steve 1969 Shannon, Tom 2004 Sharpe, Tom 1967-68 Shahzade, Art 1947-50 Shaves, Dennis 1963-64 Shebelut, Lance 1987-88 Sheffield, Bill 1955 Shepard, Larry 1972 Shigematsu, Bob 1970 Shitanishi, Katsu 1963-65 Siebert, Ron 1973-74 Silva, Larry 1965 Silva, Mark 1975 Simioli, Anthony 1998-99 Simonian, Steve 1970 Simpson, Travis 1970-71 Sinnott, Brian 1963-64 Sirimarco, James 1966-68 Smallin, K. 1922 Smith, Cody 2003 Smith, Earl 1947-49 Smith, Hans 1997-00 Smith, Larry 1961 Smith, Richie 1973 Smith, Woodrow 1965

Soares, Todd

Soares, Trent

Soderstrom, Steve Soinila, Olavi Solberg, Eric Sommers, Fred Sommers, Tom Sorenson, Rich Souders, Ben Spearman, Vernon Sprague, Holden Spring, William Springer, Denis Stacey, Ted Stanton, E. Stark, Jeff Starling, Gary Stay, P. Steinhauer, Chester Stephen, Buz Stephens, Marion Stephenson, Hal Stewart, Michael Stoddard, Bob Stone, Quentin Stoner, Mike Storey, Loren Strable, Ray Stroud, Derek Studdert, Dave Suckut, Albert Suga, Brendon Susdorf, Steve

T

Tackett, Terry Tafoya, Simon Taglione, Lance Tamo, Gaetan Tasjian, Karl Taylor, Leroy Taylor, Loran Taylor, Ron Taylor, Roy Tesone, Pete Thiessen, Tim Thiessen, Ronald Thomas, Ike Thomas, Will Thompson, Leon Thompson, Tom Thrasher, Bill Todd, Roland Togher, Martin Tomasello, Frank Tombs, Frank Tomlinson, Kris Torre, Darryl Towery, Rick Tremblay, Lane Trower, Jim Tsuhako, Keiji Tucker, Brad Tucker, Len Tucker, Rashad Turner, Rick Turner, Rod

U

Underwood, Andy Upton, Findley Urabe, Phil

V

1982-84

2008-09 1991-93 1938 1984-85 1951-53 1962-64 1984-85 1954 1991 2006-09 1940 1986-87 1958 1922 1985-86 1975 1922 1938-41 1964-66 1950-51 1962 1986-87 1977-78 1995 1976 2006-07 1968-69 1987 1984-85 1966-67 2002 2005-08

1961 1997-00 1993 1980-82 1941 1941 1946 1968 1946-47 1939 1980-82 1942 1954 2002, 2005 1957 1958-60 1992-94 1957 1991-92 1972 1931 2006-08 1957 1977 1965 1967 1957 1995, 97 1953 2006-07 1979 1988 2006 1940-41 1976

VanderLaan, Bill 1953-57 VanLanningham, Sherrill1940 Vega, Carlos 1983-84 Vegely, Ed 1960 Venn, Robert 1943 Vickers, Earl 1966-67 Vigil, Scott 1993-94 Vitato, Doug 1980

Vitters, Christian

Vivas, Isacc

Vogt, Randy Vondran, Steve

W

2004-06

2009-10 1976 1988-89

Wagner, Kenneth Walker, A. Walker, Jared Walker, John Walker, Kurt Wallace, Harold Wapnick, Steve Warembourg, Scott Warren, Frank Watson, Bill Weaver, Jeff Weber, Dave Weber, Garrett Welton, Jack Wendt, Tom Wenzel, Mark Westmoreland, John Wetzel, Eric Wheat, Harold Wheaton, James Whinery, James White, Jerry Wiebe, Jonathan Wiebe, Ken Wilcox, Steve Wiley, Craig Williams, Jim Williams, Mike Williamson, Russ Wills, Jr., Ted Wilson, Brian Wilson, Justin Wilson, Kyle Windes, Cary Winn, Skippy

1968-69 1922 2001-02 1953 1982-83 1948 1986-87 1993-94 1952-58 1964-66 1996-98 1980-81 2010-11 1949-50 1968 1983 1979-81 2006-08 1947-49 1990-91 1969-70 1957-59 2003 1978-80 1981 1984 1963-64 1997-98 1981 1952-54 1989-90 2006-08 2004 1988-90 1957

Wohlman, Kurt Wolf, Steve Wolfe, Joey Wolfe, Kirk Wolfe, Scott Wolfenbarger, Bryan Wolfsberger, Jim Wood, Jason Wood, Monte Wood, Ryan

1988 1988-90 2000 1972 1970-71 2003 1963 1991 1973 1994-95

Wise, Kenny

Wynns, Austin

X

Xavier, Joe

Y

Yost, Tom Young, Dan Youngblood, Odell

Z

Zahnale, Sam Zavorek, Andy Zenimura, Harvey Zenimura, Howard Zimmerman, Ron Zivinich, Roy Zosky, Eddie

2009-11

2010-11

1982-85 1950 2000 1960-61 1943 1993 1953 1949-52 1966-68 1954-55 1987-89

Note: Due to incomplete records, the above is not a complete listing of Fresno State baseball lettermen. Additions, deletions or corrections are welcome with verification.

HISTORY

HISTORY

Haley, Justin

1996-99 1990 1981 1986-87 1971-72 2003-04 1978-79 1980 1977 2003 1942 1985-87 1955 2004-05 1958 1966-68 1990 2010-11 1999-00 1992 1996-98 1987-89 2009-11 1982 1997-00 1942 1961 1922-23 1990-93 1991 1959 1989-90 2003-04 1997-98 1996 1971-74 1982-83 1969-70 2006-09 1998-00 1994-95 2001-02

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FRESNO STATE BULLDOG BASEBALL HALL OF FAME Dan Gladden Tom Goodwin Len Tucker Jerry White Eddie Zosky

Charter Inductees 1991 Don Barnett John Hoover Pete Beiden Bobby Paull Bob Bennett Dick Ruthven Truman Clevenger Joe Xavier Fibber Hirayama

1992 Inductees

Brandon Mitchell Tom Sommers

2002 Inductees Stan Bledsoe Merv Carter Matt Curtis Shawn Gilbert Ron Schiller

1996 Inductees Jack Hannah Steve Hosey Don Peracchi Mike Rupcich John Salles

2003 Inductees

Buz Stephen Dave Hoover Guiseppe Chiaramonte Bruce Farris - Meritorious Service 1959 Team

Pete Dalena Larry Gonsalves Bob Doig Dan Grimm Bob Donkersley Paul McGuire - Meritorious Service Greg Funk J.D. Petersen

1997 Inductees

1993 Inductees (Spring)

Larry Bolger Cal Cain Tim Painton Earl Smith Ted Wills, Jr. Earl Smittcamp-Meritorious Service

Steve Bates Rich Bordi Brad Bennett Franny Oneto Mark Cameron Tim Thiessen Jon Reelhorn

1993 Inductees (Fall) Ollie Bidwell Eric Fox Len Bourdet Mark Gardner Scott Buss Augie Garrido

1994 Inductees

Frank “Jake” Abbott Steve Pearse Leroy Gregory Jim Rothford Mike Mathiesen Lance Shebelut

1995 Inductees

Bob Bonomini Rich Crane Tony Herron Bobby Jones Joe Pedrazzini

2004 Inductees

1998 Inductees

1999 Inductees

Todd Johnson Vince Barger Ted Gavrilis- Meritorious Service Philip Romero Art Shazade Howard Zenimura

2000 Inductees

Jeff Weaver Jimy Williams Don George 1988 Team

2005 Inductees Derek Feramisco Randy Graham Tommy Minor Ken Papi Jason Wood 1951 Team

BULLDOG BASEBALL THROUGH THE YEARS

2006 Inductees

Ben Reynoso Fred Sommers Jerry MacDonald 1984 Bulldog Team

1922

With a limited schedule, the first season in the history of the Fresno State baseball program results in a 2-2 record, highlighted by a 22-4 rout of UC Santa Barbara. Arthur Jones, who also served as the school’s head football and basketball coach, coaches the inaugural baseball team.

2007 Inductees

Galen Bowman Mark Hance Gene Graves 1961 Bulldog Team

1924

Jones guides Fresno State to its first conference title, with the Bulldogs beating Pacific two games to one in the playoffs. Eldridge Hunt, a fireballing freshman pitcher, records two 18-strikeout performances.

2008 Inductees Stan Busch Warren Brusstar Dennis Springer Ben Fritz 1991 Team

Dropped after the 1926 season, the baseball program is brought back with the efforts of Stan Borleske, who coaches the team to a 2-3 record.

Casey McGehee Adam Pettyjohn Dick Doepker The 1950 team Larry & Joyce Buss - Meritorious Service

1936

2011 Inductees

Fresno State posts its finest record to date with a 15-0-1 mark.

Steve Vondran Buzz Nitschke

After a four-year absence, baseball returns to Fresno State. The Bulldogs compile a 5-5 record, also under the direction of Borleske.

1937 1941

2012 Inductees

The Bulldogs claim their first California Collegiate Athletic Association title with pitcher/outfielder Angelo Petropulos leading the team in batting (.389) and pitching (6-0).

Jim Flores

2013 Inductees Mike Batesole Doug Fister Jim Pardini

1948

John Pete Beiden, a former all-around athlete at Redlands University, leaves his coaching post at what is now the College of the Sequoias and assumes command of the Fresno State program. Beiden inherits a team that went 9-20 in 1947 and transforms it into an immediate winner, as the Bulldogs compile a 26-11 record and finish second in the CCAA.

Randy Asadoor Terry Banderas Brant Brown Jim Garrett Kurt Walker

2001 Inductees

1951

Fred Bartels Bill Hansen Mike Burton

Fresno State dominates its opposition during the season as the Bulldogs compile an overall record of 36-4 and a league mark of 14-1, earning them a CCAA championship. Pitcher Don Barnett, who wins 11 games and strikes out 140 batters, is Fresno State’s first baseball All-American.

1953

Truman Clevenger pitches a nine-inning no-hitter against Pacific and aids his cause at the plate by going 5-for-5 with a pair of triples.

HISTORY

Bob Bennett

2011

Fresno State defeats then No. 1-ranked Santa Clara 4-3 during the season. Pete Beiden is inducted into the Fresno State Hall of Fame. Bob Bennett, a catcher under Pete Beiden in the 1950’s, takes over as head coach when Beiden goes on a semester sabbatical. Bennett guides Fresno State to a 38-10 record, a CCAA title, the NCAA Regionals and is named conference Coach of the Year. Pitcher Larry Gonsalves, who earns All-America honors with a 16-2 record, throws the only perfect game in Fresno State history when he tames Cal Poly-SLO on just 67 pitches.

1968

Pete Beiden returns as head coach. The Bulldogs finish the season with a 20-23 record, the only sub-.500 record under Beiden.

1969

UCLA defeats Fresno State 4-0 in the season opener and first game played under the newly installed lights at Fresno State’s Varsity Park. Bob Bennett is chosen to succeed the retiring Beiden, who finishes a 21-year coaching career as the Bulldogs’ skipper in 1969 with a record of 601268.

1972

Pete Beiden is inducted into the College Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Fresno State’s Varsity Park is renamed Beiden Field in his honor. Dick Ruthven ties Fresno State’s single-game strikeout mark when he fans 20 against UC Santa Barbara. Ruthven becomes the third Bulldog to earn All-American honors.

1979

Fresno State reclaims the NCBA title and is selected to host the NCAA West Regional but is eliminated in three games. Coach Bob Bennett, outfielder Brad Bennett and pitcher Jon Reelhorn are named to the U.S. national team which tours and competes in Japan.

In one of the greatest seasons in Fresno State baseball annals, the Bulldogs place third in their first appearance in the College World Series and finish the season ranked ninth in the Collegiate Baseball poll. Head coach Pete Beiden’s starting lineup for Fresno State’s first game in the CWS looked like this: Stan Busch, cf; Tom Thompson, lf; Mike Mathiesen, ss; Dave Biggers, 1b; Augie Garrido, rf; Lee Murphy, 3b; Jerry White, 2b; Jim Garrett, c; and Leroy Gregory, p. Fresno State finishes the season with a record of 41-13.

2012

Fresno State wins a fourth consecutive conference title for first time in school history and sets what was then a school record with 22 consecutive wins. Bob Bennett wins the 500th game of his coaching career. Fresno State hosts the NCAA Regional at Beiden Field. Pitcher Randy Graham (14-0) and outfielder Terry Pendleton (schoolrecord 98 hits) are both named All-Americans. Coach Bennett is selected as head coach of U.S. national team for the 1983 Pan American Games. A fund drive for 3,575-seat on-campus stadium begins.

1984

Fresno State moves into the newly remodeled Beiden Field March 16 and dedicates the stadium before a capacity crowd of 4,134 during the MeN-Ed’s/Pepsi Best in the West Classic. Fresno State wins a school-record 54 games, including 22 straight, and claims its sixth-straight NCBA championship and NCAA Regional appearance. Beiden Field is selected as host site for NCAA West I Regional. Pitcher John Hoover sets a NCAA records for complete games in a season (19) and a career (42), and is named a first-team All-American and Baseball America’s Pitcher of the Year. Hoover also makes the U.S. Olympic team and starts the first-round game and the gold-medal game for the Americans in the ‘84 Summer Games in Los Angeles. Outfielder Scott Buss also earns All-America honors. Bob Bennett wins his 600th game at Fresno State and is named NCBA Coach of the Year for the fifth consecutive season. Fresno State is ranked as high as third by Baseball America and as high as fourth by Collegiate Baseball.

1985

Fresno State wins the newly reformed PCAA for its seventh consecutive league title and hosts the NCAA West II Regional. Pitcher Mark Gardner is named a second-team All-America and PCAA Player of the Year. Head coach Bob Bennett earns PCAA Coach of the Year honors. Fresno State finishes 44-21 and is ranked as high as seventh. Bennett is named head coach of the U.S. national team for summer 1986.

1988

Ranked as high as No. 1 in the nation during the second week of May and winners of a schoolbest 32 in a row tied for the fourth longest win streak in major college history), the Bulldogs win a school-record 56 games, capture a PCAA title and advance to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. Bob Bennett is named NCAA Coach of the Year by The Sporting News. Pitcher John Salles, first baseman Lance Shebelut and outfielder Tom Goodwin all earn first team AllAmerica honors from the American Baseball Coaches Association. Goodwin later earns a gold medal as a starting outfielder on the U.S. Olympic team at the XXIV Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Other highlights included Fresno State leading the nation in attendance (159,205), the Bulldogs defeating BYU in natioanlly-televised broadcast on ESPN from Beiden Field, Fresno State posing a 19-8 record against ranked teams, Shebelut breaking the Fresno State season (32) and career (39) home run records and Goodwin leading the nation in stolen bases (62).

1989

Ranked first, second, third and fourth in preseason polls, the Bulldogs go on to share the Big West title and earn a bid to the NCAA Regionals, hosting the event for sixth time since ‘79. Outfielder Tom Goodwin and shortstop Eddie Zosky both earn first team All-America honors, and together with outfielder Steve Hosey

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Fresno State compiles a 36-9 record and is ranked as high as No. 2 by Collegiate Baseball. The Bulldogs lose the District 8 championship to No. 1-ranked and eventual national champion USC in three games. Fresno State finishes the year ranked fourth in the country.

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FRESNO STATE became the second trio from the same school to be selected in the first round of the same draft. Fresno State leads the nation in attendance for the second consecutive year. Fresno State ends the season with a 44-19 record. Bob Bennett captures his 800th career victory.

1991

Fresno State, 42-23, wins Big West and NCAA West II Regional titles and makes its second College World Series appearance in the past four years. The Bulldogs, not ranked in the preseason top 25, finish sixth (Collegiate Baseball) and ninth (Baseball America) in the final polls. Fresno State, seeded eighth in the CWS, opened the Omaha Classic with a 6-3 upset win over top-seeded Florida State. The Bulldogs then suffered back-to-back defeats to LSU and Florida. Collegiate Baseball names junior pitcher Bobby Jones, who went 16-2 with a 1.88 ERA and 18 complete games, NCAA Player of the Year. Shortstop Jason Wood earns third- team All-America honors from the American Baseball Coaches Association. Head coach Bob Bennett is elected to the ABCA Hall of Fame.

1993

The Bulldogs win the WAC title in their inaugural season as a member of the conference and advance to the championship game of the Mideast Regional, losing to Kansas, 3-2, in 10 innings. Fresno State compiles a 41-22 record for its 17th consecutive winning season and several individuals earn top honors. Todd Johnson garnered secondteam All-America accolades and Tommy Minor was named a first-team Academic All-American. Steve Soderstrom becomes the seventh Fresno State player to be drafted in the first round.

1994

Fresno State, which finishes 36-27 overall, advances to NCAA regional play for the seventh consecutive year, losing their first two games at the South Regional to Tulane (7-5) and LSU (6-2). Coach Bob Bennett wins his 1,000th game with an 8-2 victory against Hawaii-Hilo on May 2. Pitchers Tom Minor and Jared Fernandez were honored by being named All-WAC West Division selections. Minor also was honored by being named the GTE Academic All-American of the Year.

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Fresno State posts a 40-28 record and a 19-11 record in the WAC Western Division and advances to NCAA Regional play for the 10th consecutive year. Sophomore pitcher Jeff Weaver sets an NCAA postseason record with 21 strikeouts in the regionals against Texas A&M. The Bulldogs advance to the regional final, losing to host Stanford 5-2 in the title game. Catcher Giuseppe Chiaramonte sets the Fresno State career home run record with 43, as he blasts 26 long balls during the ’97 campaign.

1998

The Bulldogs post a 33-28-1 record for their 22nd consecutive winning season. Righthanded pitcher Jeff Weaver earns All-America honors for the third consecutive season, and sets the school career strikeout mark. Weaver is a first-round selection (14th pick) of the Detroit Tigers.

1999

Fresno State posts its 13th consecutive 30-win season under Bennett as the Bulldogs go 33-30, giving them 23 winning seasons in a row and 29 during Bennett’s 31-year tenure. The Bulldogs started the season by winning two-of-three games against No. 6 Stanford and ended up with four wins against Top 25 teams, including a victory against No. 4 North Carolina in the Pepsi-Johnny Quik Classic. After starting the season 8-14, Fresno State turned things around in April. Following an NCAA record setting 27-26 loss to New Mexico, the Bulldogs went on to win 17 of their last 23 games to finish 33-30.

2000

The Bulldogs earn their first NCAA Tournament invite since 1997 when they were selected as the fourth seed in the Stanford Regional. Fresno State joined top-seeded Stanford, No. 2 seed Alabama and third-seeded Nevada. However, the Bulldogs were eliminated in two games, losing to Stanford (5-1) and Nevada (13-5). It was Fresno State’s 27th appearance in the NCAA Tournament and the 20th under head coach Bob Bennett. With his team’s 40 wins, Bennett ends the season with a 1,229-7074 (.636) career record in his 32 seasons at Fresno State.

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2001

Fresno State makes its second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. On the brink of elimination, the Bulldogs beat Oral Roberts and Pepperdine. FS finishes the victorious season with 41 wins for the second straight year. It was the 15th straight season that Coach Bennett has guided Fresno State to at least 30 victories. Bennett was also named WAC Coach of the Year, marking the 14th time he earned conference coach of the year honors in his career. With his 1,270 career wins, Bennett moved into eighth place on the all-time NCAA Division I list. Senior shortstop Josh Labandeira is named third team All-America, making him the 31st player under Bennett to receive All-America honors.

2002

Fresno State records its 26th consecutive winning season with a 32-27 mark. Legendary coach Bob Bennett finishes a career that spanned 34 years at Fresno State, becoming the seventh coach in NCAA Division I history to reach 1,300 wins. The Bulldogs reel off 15 consecutive home wins, which is the most since 1988, when they won 27 in a row. Ben Fritz becomes the 28th player in program history to earn All-America honors. Casey McGehee hits safely in 31 straight games, the second highest streak in Fresno State history. Pete Beiden is memorialized with a statue on May 25, which stands seven feet, featuring him with a fungo bat in hand. The statue is the first of its kind in collegiate baseball.

2003

2003 marked the dawn of a new era for Fresno State baseball as Mike Batesole became the third Bulldog head coach since 1948 and the eighth skipper overall in the program’s 81-year existence. The Bulldogs clinched their 27th consecutive winning season with a 30-29 overall record. The 30 wins was also the 16th straight year they had tallied 30 or more victories. Fresno State finished third in the WAC for the second straight year with a 14-16 record. A season-high nine-game winning streak was highlighted by a first place finish in the 25th annual Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic.

2005

Matching their 2003 record, the Bulldogs finished 30-29 on the season, and were the WAC runnerups for the second consecutive season. Fresno State saw some other streaks continue. Junior Matt Garza was named the WAC Pitcher of the Year and was picked 27th overall in the MLB draft by the Minnesota Twins, the second straight year the Bulldogs had a first-round draft pick. In addition, the Bulldogs had a freshman All-American for the

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second straight year, as Beau Mills earned the honor. The third baseman had the third-most home runs for a Bulldog ever, smacking 22 round-trippers on the year, and was named the WAC Rookie of the Year, and joined Garza, outfielders Nick Moresi and Chase Moore, and closer Rudy Quinonez as All-WAC selections. Playing mostly freshman and sophomores, the Bulldogs fell just short of an elusive WAC championship, but gained valuable playing experience heading into 2006.

2006

Finishing No. 22 in the country and making their 29th NCAA tournament appearance the Bulldogs posted one of the best season marks with 45 wins in program history since 1988. Fresno State earned its first WAC championship since 1995 with an 18-6 conference record and the team also went on to win the conference tournament defeating No. 24 Hawai’i 8-4 in the championship game to earn the league’s automatic bid into the NCAA tournament. In a quest to make a run in the postseason the Bulldogs would go on to win two games against CWS opponent Cal State Fullerton. Many records were broke and continued after the season. For the third consecutive year, the Bulldogs have had a Freshman AllAmerican, as second baseman Erik Wetzel earned the honor in 2006. In on field accomplishments, the Bulldogs were very well represented on the All-WAC squads, as ten players were honored and seven made the first-team, headed by shortstop Christian Vitters who was named the WAC Player of the Year. Joining him on the first team were pitchers Fister and Andy Underwood, DH Susdorf, outfielder Loren Storey and freshman second baseman Erik Wetzel. The Bulldogs also had three second-team members, as first baseman Kent Sakamoto, pitcher Eddie Romero and outfielder Brian Lapin each earned the nod. In addition to his All-WAC honors, Vitters was also named the Fresno State Athlete of the Year as the top male athlete at the institution.

2007

The Bulldogs made their second-consecutive NCAA Regional Final after winning the WAC Tournament Championship and the Regular Season Championship. It was also the 30th NCAA Tournament appearance in school history. Fresno State finished with a 38-29 overall record and a 17-7 WAC record. They fell in the Regional Final to powerhouse Cal State Fullerton after earning wins over Minnesota and San Diego. Fresno State led the WAC with six players on the All-WAC First Team, Danny Grubb, Erik Wetzel, Loren Storey, Steve Susdorf, Tanner Scheppers and Justin Wilson. The

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Bulldogs also placed Clayton Allison and Brandon Burke on the second team. Tommy Mendonca, Ozzie Lewis, Grubb, Scheppers and Susdorf were named to the NCAA San Diego Regional AllTournament Team. Brian Lapin (18th round), Lewis (21st round), Brandon Miller (24th round) and Susdorf (27th round), were all selected in the June MLB Draft.

2008

2008 was a historical and record breaking season for the Bulldogs. Fresno State was the lowest seeded team to ever win a national championship. The Bulldogs defeated six ranked teams such as San Diego, Long Beach State, Arizona State, Rice, North Carolina, and Georgia en route to winning the title. Tom Mendonca was named the CWS Most Outstanding Player and five other Bulldogs earned spots on the CWS tournament team. Coach Mike Batesole earned Coach of the Year recognition from National College Baseball Writers Association and Collegiate Baseball magazine. The 2008 season marked the third-consecutive WAC championship and fourth trip to the College World Series. The Bulldogs were well represented with post conference honors with five ‘Dogs named First Team All-WAC. Steve Susdorf captured the WAC player of the year, Tanner Scheppers named WAC Pitcher of the Year, Danny Muno earned WAC Freshman of the Year, and Batesole shared the Coach of the Year title. Tanner Scheppers (2nd Round), Justin Wilson (5th Round), Erik Wetzel (13th Round), Justin Miller (16th Round), Steve Susdorf (16th Round), and Clayton Allison (27th Round), were all selected in the 2008 June MLB draft.

2009

In 2009, the Bulldogs won the program’s fourthconsecutive Western Athletic Conference Championship. The Bulldogs compiled a 12-12 WAC record and a 32-30 overall record with 22 newcomers on the squad. Batesole earned his 500th career victory over Sacramento State on May 14. Tom Mendonca, Holden Sprague and Alan Ahmady were all taken in the 2009 MLB draft. Batesole’s team had four First-Team All-WAC selections in Mendonca, Danny Muno, Holden Sprague and Dusty Robinson. Mendonca earned several AllAmerican honors, while Robinson earned Freshman All-American awards.

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The Bulldogs won their fifth straight WAC conference crown after claiming the 2010 regular season title with a WAC record of 16-8. The Dogs finished the season with an overall record of 38-25 and lost to Hawai’i in the Tournament Championship game. Jordan Ribera was the third consecutive Bulldog to be named conference player of the year. Ribera also earned several All-American honors after leading the nation in home runs. Under head coach Mike Batesole, seven Bulldogs earned All-WAC honors and 10 were named Academic All-WAC.

2011

The Bulldogs picked up their fifth WAC league title in six years with a 17-7 record, going 10-2 at home in conference play. Fresno State has played in every WAC tournament championship game since the tournament format was brought back in 2006. The Bulldogs defeated Hawai’i 15-4 to earn their fifth WAC tournament title, marking the fourth year under head coach Mike Batesole that the ’Dogs earned both regular season and tournament championships. Fresno State finished 2011 with its third 40-plus win season under head coach Mike Batesole after posting a 40-16 overall record. Nine Bulldogs were named to 2011 All-WAC teams. Dusty Robinson, Greg Gonzalez and Aaron Judge took home top honors as player, pitcher and freshman of the year, respectively. The threesome were joined on the All-WAC first-team by Jordan Ribera, Danny Muno, Garrett Weber and Austin Wynns. Brennan Gowens and Josh Poytress were named to the second team. Robinson and Gonzelez were recognized nationally for their play on the diamond in 2011. For the first time in Bulldog baseball history, multiple Bulldogs were recognized by four different publications as All-Americans, topping the previous record of two set in 1989. Judge also made a national name for himself, becoming the 11th Bulldog in program history to earn Freshman All-American honors from the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. After an award filled season, it was no surprise when 10 Bulldogs were selected in the 2011 Major League Baseball draft. Muno and Robinson were taken in the top 10 rounds drafted by the NY Mets (8th round) and Oakland Athletics (10th round), respectively.

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ninth consecutive year. Led by All-America pitcher and Olympic Bronze Medalist Jeff Weaver, Fresno State finishes 36-24 overall, 20-10 in the WAC Western Division, winning 29 of its last 39 games. Weaver, outfielder Derek Feramisco and shortstop Ben Reynoso each earn All-WAC Western Division honors, with Weaver earning Western Division Freshman of the Year accolades.

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AUGIE GARRIDO (1): Record-setting outfielder Augie Gar-

rido played three season (1959-61) helping the Bulldogs to their first-ever College World Series appearance and a three-year record of 102-37.A two-time All-CCAA selection and an All-District choice in 1959, Garrido set season records for batting average (.430), hits (61) total bases (101) and slugging percentage (.711) during the 1961 season. He finished his career with a school-record .383 batting average, 13 triples and 79 RBIs. Garrido was Fresno State’s starting right fielder when the Bulldogs finished tied for third at the ’59 College World Series. He moved on to coaching where he led Cal State Fullerton to NCAA titles in 1979, 1984 and 1995. Currently, Garrido is the head coach at Texas and has led the Longhorns to NCAA titles in 2002 and 2005. He is the first coach to lead teams from two different schools to national titles, the first coach to guide teams to national championships in four different decades, and the winningest coach in college baseball history.

TOM GOODWIN (1): Tom Goodwin holds the Bulldog record for stolen-bases and runs scored (207) and ranks second in career hits (287). He also led the NCAA in stolen bases for two-consecutive years, his record for stolen bases (61) still ranks as the fourth-best total in NCAA history. Goodwin had a 29-game hitting streak, a Fresno State record at the time. He led the Bulldogs to a 1988 College World Series appearance, their first in nearly 30 years. Goodwin was named conference and Fresno State’s male athlete of the year. He was named the Big West Conference Player of the Year in 1989. He earned two All-American honors and won a gold medal in the 1989 Olympic Games. Goodwin was a first round draft choice of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1989, and spent 14 seasons in the majors. His 369 career stolen bases make him one of the top 100 base stealers in Major League Baseball history.

TERRY PENDLETON (8): Terry Pendleton was a standout at

DICK RUTHVEN (17): Right-hander Dick Ruthven went

Fresno State for two seasons (1981-82). In 1982, he hit .397

on to win more game in the majors than any other for-

with 65 RBIs and 12 home runs. Pendleton was also a third-

mer Bulldog. In three seasons at Fresno State (1970-

team All-American selection. He was drafted in the seventh

72), he tallied a career record of 28-9 and an earned

round by St. Louis and converted to third base. He rose quickly playing 14 seasons playing for St. Louis, Atlanta, Florida, Cincinnati and Kansas City. Pendleton retired having played 1,893 games, hitting 140 career home runs and tallying 946 RBIs. He played in the 1992 All-Star game and was

run average of 1.52. He set the Fresno State record for strikeouts (372) and a season (171). His career average of 11.5 strikeouts per nine innings still stands as a school record. In 1972, Ruthven tied a school record by striking out 20 batters. He is one of only three Bulldogs to throw a nine inning no-hitter and was a first-team All-

named the National League Most Valuable Player in 1991.

American in 1972. Ruthven was a first round draft pick of

He is currently the first base coach for the Atlanta Braves.

Philadelphia and went straight to the big leagues, eventually helping the Phillies to a World Series title in 1980.

BOB BENNETT (26): Bob Bennett was an all-

PETE BEIDEN (2): Pete Beiden coached the

conference catcher and four year letterwin-

Bulldogs from 1948-69 and is largely respon-

ner at Fresno State in the early ‘50’s. Bennett

sible for developing the Fresno State baseball

set a school record for fielding percentage

program into a national power. His coaching

by a catcher as he was errorless through 224

career at Fresno State spanned 21 seasons

chances in 1953. He later spent 34 years as the

and featured 600 victories, nine conference

head coach of the Bulldog baseball program.

titles, seven NCAA regional appearances and

He amassed 1,302 victories, and at his retire-

a third-place finish in the 1959 College World

TRUMAN CLEVENGER (18): In 1953, Truman Clevenger

600-269 translates into a winning percent-

became the first Bulldog pitcher to throw a nine inning

age of .691. He was inducted into the Fresno Athletic Hall of Fame in 1964 and into the of Fame in 1972. Fresno State’s baseball stadium was renamed in his honor in 1972.

JIMY WILLIAMS (22): Jimy Williams played shortstop for

BOBBY JONES (23): Bobby Jones was a three year letter-

MARK GARDNER (28): Right-handed pitcher Mark Gardner

ball’s all-time wins list. Twice Bennett led the

the Bulldogs for two seasons (1963-64). He was named

winner from 1989-91. Jones led the Bulldogs to the 1991

needed just two seasons to make his mark on the Fresno State record book. He established himself as one of the Bulldog greats with his impressive performances in 1984 and ’85. Gardner a two-time first-team all-league selection recorded an overall record of 24-5 and an ERA of 3.52. He was one of the nation’s winningest pitchers in 1985 compiling a record of 16-4. He earned second-team All-American honors that season and was named the PCAA Player of the Year. He averaged better than 10 strikeouts per nine innings during his career. Gardner fanned 94 batters his junior season and 187 as a senior. An eight round draft choice in 1985, he went on to play 13 seasons in the major leagues, winning 99 games. Gardner earned a World Series ring in 2010 as the bullpen coach of the San Francisco Giants. With his late wife, Lori, Mark founded the Step to the Plate foundation, helping families of organ transplant recipients.

Diamond Dogs to the College World Series. He

College World Series, which was the third time in school

no hitter. During that historic game, Clevenger struck out

a CCAA All-Star both years. In 1964, he signed a profes-

a record 20 batters and went 5-for-5 with two triples. The

sional contract with the Boston Red Sox. After playing 14

righty also threw a seven inning no-hitter in 1952. Clev-

games with the St. Louis Cardinals, his playing career was

enger lettered from 1951-53 and finished his career with

cut short by injury. Williams moved on to coaching in the

Player of the Year and a first-team All-American selection.

an earned run average of 1.97. During the 1953 season, he

minor leagues and moved up to managing professional

He recorded 18 complete games in 1991, which ranked sec-

teams. As a manager he has over 950 victories with Toronto,

ond all-time in NCAA history. Jones struck out 342 batters

struck out 142 batters in 111 innings and earned first-team All-CCAA honors. Clevenger went on to pitch for Boston,

Boston and Houston. Williams won two World Series as a

Washington and the New York Yankees from 1954-62. He

coach, in 1995 with Atlanta and in 2008 with Philadelphia.

was inducted into the Fresno Athletic Hall of Fame in 1987.

history the Dogs made it to Omaha. While at Fresno State, he compiled a 32-9 record. In 1991, Jones had a 16-2 mark and was named Collegiate Baseball Magazine’s NCAA

in 357 innings and a career ERA of 2.45. He was the 36th overall pick in the MLB draft by the Mets and went on to have a successful professional career. In 2000, Jones outdueled fellow Bulldog alum Mark Gardner, tossing a 1-hit shutout against the Giants to send the Mets to the World Series.

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earned conference Coach of the Year honors 14 times, finished his career with 26 consecutive winning seasons, and was named NCAA Coach of the Year in 1988. His 1988 team won 32 consecutive games was ranked as high as No. 1 in the nation. He was inducted into the Fresno Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990, and to the College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

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JOHN D. WELTY Dr. John D. Welty has been president of California State University, Fresno since July 29, 1991. He is also a professor in the Kremen School of Education & Human Development. Fresno State enrolls more than 22,000 students and offers 61 undergraduate degrees, 45 master degree programs, and three doctoral degrees. The campus is located on 1,500 acres and academic programs are housed in eight colleges and schools. Since 1991 the University has become recognized as one of the nation’s best engaged universities, expanded minority enrollment, created an Honors College, revised its general education requirements, added new academic programs and institutes, and constructed $425 million in facilities, including a new $102 million library. Since 1991 the University has introduced service learning into the curriculum and expanded community service opportunities for students, improved services for students, streamlined administrative processes, launched a major commitment to expand the use of information technology, earned membership in the Mountain West Conference, expanded intercollegiate Athletic opportunities and facilities for women, led the effort to build the Save Mart Center, and dramatically increased private fund raising and grant and

contract funding. The University is currently completing a $200 million capital campaign. The university has been actively involved in addressing issues in Central California and engaging itself with the entire region. Dr. Welty has served on both of the CSU System’s major strategic planning efforts. He participated in the creation of the Voluntary System of Accountability which has been adopted by over 200 colleges and universities. He is called upon frequently to discuss the role of engaged universities. He has served on several advisory groups to the U.S. Departments of Education and Agriculture. He is a past-chair of the Renaissance Group which is a national organization of over 30 Universities dedicated to improved teacher education programs. He co-chaired the CSU’s effort to create CALState Teach, an innovative program designed for emergency credentialed teachers and chaired a CSU group on preparing educational leaders. He chairs the Cal State Online Advisory Board, is Chair of the CSU Gender Equity Monitoring Committee and also serves on the executive board of the Central California Campus Compact. He joined the Board of the California Healthcare Foundation in 2012. In addition, he has chaired three national conferences on substance abuse and prevention and chaired a CSU effort to review alcohol policies and programs. Dr. Welty is a national leader in higher education. He was elected to serve as WASC Commissioner in 2000 and served a three year term as the WASC Commission Chair. He is past chair of the American Humanics, Inc. Board and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, and WAC Board of Directors. He was appointed to the Urban Serving Universities (USU) Board in 2012. He served on the NCAA Board Executive Committee and the special NCAA Task Force on the Future of Intercollegiate A t h l e t i c s . Currently, he serves on the NCAA Board of Directors and is the Mountain West re p re s e n t a t i v e to the Bowl Conference Series (BCS) Oversight Committee. Locally, Dr. Welty has been a leader in establishing

THOMAS BOEH the Fresno Business Council, the Central Valley Business Incubator, the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium, the Collaborative Regional Initiative, the Regional Jobs Initiative, the Kenneth L. Maddy Institute and several other partnerships. In 1999, Dr. Welty was presented the Chief Executive Leadership Award by the Council for Advancement and Support for Education and was recognized by the John Templeton Foundation for his leadership in Student Character Development in Schools and Colleges. In 2001 and again in 2011, he was recognized by the California State Student Association as President of the Year. In 2003, he received the Fresno Business Council’s Excellence in Public Service Award. In 2007, he received the Fresno Compact’s Harold H. Haak Award for Outstanding Business Partnership Educator of the Year. In 2008, he was named an American Humanics 60th Anniversary Honoree and in 2009 he was named an ACPA Educational Leadership Foundation Diamond Honoree. In 2010, he received the Sequoia Award from the Great Valley Center and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Western Illinois University. In 2012, he was presented with the William M. Lyles Vision Award for his contribution to advancing entrepreneurship throughout the Central Valley. He has also consulted with many institutions and served on the boards of several campus and community organizations. Previously, Dr. Welty served as President of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) for seven years. Prior to assuming the presidency of IUP, he served as Vice President for Student and University Affairs for four years. A native of Amboy, Illinois, Dr. Welty has served as an Admissions Counselor at Michigan State University, East Lansing, and as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota. At the State University of New York, Albany, he was Director of Residences, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, and Assistant Professor of Counseling and Student Development. Dr. Welty received his bachelor’s degree in Social Science from Western Illinois University, Macomb in 1965; his master’s in College Student Personnel Services from Michigan State University in 1967; and his doctorate in Administration of Higher Education from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1974. Dr. Welty and his wife, Dr. Sharon Brown-Welty, have five children and three grandchildren.

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With a proven track record of strong leadership, integrity, sound academic values and athletics achievement, Thomas Boeh enters his 31st year of athletics administration, 18th year as an NCAA Division I-A Director of Athletics and eighth year at Fresno State, including leading the Bulldogs’ transition into the Mountain West Conference. In July of 2005, Boeh was charged to stabilize, reform and revitalize the athletics program at Fresno State. As a result of this charge, the Department of Athletics has been entirely restructured with a new senior administrative team. Special emphasis has been placed upon a consistent and value-based approach to decision-making, as well as clearly delineating areas of responsibilities with built-in accountability. Considerable attention has been directed towards creating a progressive studentathlete environment and strict adherence to welldefined NCAA compliance protocols and standards. New polices have been developed regarding student-athletes recruitment, oversight and welfare. The Student-Athlete Code of Conduct and Substance Abuse Educational and Testing Program have been reviewed and strengthened, and the Student-Athlete Advisory Council has been reenergized. Departmental and institutional protocols relative to admissions, financial aid and eligibility have all been restructured in conjunction with campus leaders. Fresno State’s student-athletes have benefited significantly from these measures and, in conjunction with enhanced support services, they have fostered a better-quality experience that is reflected in greatly improved Academic Progress Rates, fewer Code of Conduct violations and extensive community service activity. Additionally, all athletics fundraising activities have been consolidated within the new Bulldog Foundation and philanthropic gifts to Athletics have risen to record levels.

rankings. Since 2005, conference championships and advancement to NCAA Championship competition has been achieved in the sports of women’s basketball, track & field, women’s soccer, baseball, women’s golf, softball and men’s and women’s tennis, with four enjoying a Top-20 national ranking, and baseball capturing the 2008 National Championship. Additionally, Fresno State studentathletes have advanced to post-season competition in the sports of football, men’s basketball and equestrian. The success of Bulldog studentathletes led Fresno State to three Western Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cups in a five-year span (2007-08, 2008-09 & 2011-12). Additionally, Sports Illustrated’s SI.com ranked Fresno State the nation’s 18th most accomplished NCAA Division I athletics program for 2007-08. Prior to his arrival in Fresno in July of 2005, Boeh spent the previous 10 years as the Director of Athletics at Ohio University, where he led the program to exceptional levels in numerous categories and earning numerous conference championships. In 2001, The Sporting News ranked Ohio’s department 32nd among the 115 NCAA I-A institutions, the highest ranking of any non-BCS program. The ranking included evaluations for competitive success, fan support, integrity and equity. Ohio earned an “A” rating in graduation rates and NCAA compliance and posted an eight-year high graduation rate of 73 percent in 2004.

Prior to his tenure at Ohio, Boeh served as Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs at Northwestern University, overseeing areas such as development, marketing, ticket operations, sports publications, media services, game management and broadcast properties. Boeh also led the popular “Expect Victory” campaign, Northwestern’s firstever multimedia marketing effort. Preceding Northwestern, Boeh served the University of Maine as Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Administration and Development. He also spent time in a variety of roles with the Big Ten Television Network, The University of Illinois, and his alma mater, Loras College of Iowa. The Chicago-area native received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education with a minor in History at Loras in 1981, and a Master of Science degree in Athletic Administration from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1988.

Under Boeh’s leadership, Ohio was extremely aggressive in its efforts to achieve gender equity and compliance with Title IX. Three women’s sports programs were initiated during Boeh’s tenure, and in 2004 The Chronicle of Higher Education reported that Ohio ranked second nationally among all NCAA I-A institutions relative to the equity of men’s and women’s sport program expenditures.

Fresno State Athletics has been working closely with a nationally renowned consultant, a broad-based President-appointed ad hoc committee, and the Office of Civil Rights to remedy all past gender equity issues and create at Fresno State a model Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) athletics program relative to Title IX compliance. One component of this effort is the addition of two new women’s sports; lacrosse and swimming & diving both began competition during the 2008-09 academic year. All athletics facilities have been evaluated and a 10year master plan, inclusive of the “Athletics Mall” and “Student-Athlete Village” has been developed and introduced to the community. Several projects have been completed to date, including a stateof-art aquatics venue, and construction scheduled for another cornerstone project, a sports medicine center.

Additionally, numerous women’s facilities were constructed; sports budgets were restructured and decision-making procedures were reorganized to establish what Boeh refers to as an “authentic gender-neutral environment.” Annual fundraising totals rose more than 500 percent and Ohio Athletics concluded the University’s Bicentennial Capital Campaign by exceeding its $10 million departmental goal.

Fresno State’s competitive level continues to be among the leaders in conference and regional play, and several teams have achieved national

In addition, Boeh served a term as the MidAmerican Conference (MAC) representative to the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA’s

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most prestigious governing body for athletics administrators. Boeh also served as the chair of the MAC Athletics Directors’ Group and member of the MAC Executive Council.

Some of the more visible changes on the Ohio campus during Boeh’s tenure were the facilities for student-athlete support services, practice and competition. In all, 44 facilities saw major renovation or new construction and Ohio’s athletics physical plant was recognized as being among the best and most efficient in the Midwest.

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BETSY MOSHER DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS/ SWA

Betsy Mosher is entering her eighth year at Fresno State and second as Deputy Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator after serving for the previous six years as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration and Program Integrity. She was named NACWAA’s 2012 Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Administrator of the Year. Mosher has formal oversight of all sport supervisors, supervisory capacity regarding student-athlete welfare issues, and is formally defined as the department’s top administrator in the absence of the Director of Athletics. During her tenure at Fresno State, Mosher’s guidance has been a key component in the athletics department’s unprecedented achievement by the student-athlete community in the areas of academic development , NCAA compliance, gender equity, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and student-athlete services.

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With an extensive background that includes prominent leadership positions at three NCAA Division I institutions as well as with the Big Ten Office and the NCAA, Mosher’s duties at Fresno State include the supervision of five Bulldogs’ athletics programs (baseball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s basketball) as well as oversight of the department’s NCAA and Western Athletic Conference compliance programs, student-athlete services, the athletic training and the strength and conditioning departments. Mosher will serve as the SWA for conference and NCAA representation. At UMass, she was a member of the athletics department senior management team and was responsible for the formulation of the department’s strategic plan. Assisting with a campus response to a second round NCAA self study, Mosher oversaw the department’s compliance program, including the formulation of a systems manual and an upgrade of the recruitment monitoring system. Additionally, Mosher oversaw the admission process for student-athletes as well as served as a department liaison for personnel actions during a six month transition period. Mosher, who supervised women’s tennis, baseball and cross country and track and field

Prior to UMass, Mosher spent six years (1996-2002) as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Administration and Compliance/SWA at Arizona State University. A member of ASU’s athletic senior management team, she oversaw the school’s compliance, academic and student services as well as the personnel areas. She also supervised the sports of volleyball, softball, soccer and wrestling while working closely with the women’s basketball program. Mosher served as a liaison to Arizona State’s general counsel, the school’s Intercollegiate Athletics Board, the Pacific-10 Conference and the NCAA. Representing the Sun Devils on numerous Pac-10 and NCAA committees, she was the 19992000 vice president of the Pac-10 council and former NCAA softball committee member. Mosher also assisted with the second round certification process at ASU and served as the OCR liaison. Prior to Arizona State, Mosher spent seven years (1989-96) at Northwestern. With five years as an assistant athletics director and two as an associate athletics director for intercollegiate services, she also served as the department’s SWA. Her primary duties for the Wildcats included oversight of compliance, academic services and athletics admissions as well as supervision of the baseball, women’s basketball, tennis and swimming programs. She was chair of the Big 10 Women’s Administrator’s Group and the Conference’s Rules and Legislation Committee. Prior to Northwestern, Mosher was a legislative assistant at the Big Ten Conference office (1988-89) and also served as an NCAA compliance representative (1986-88). Prior to her move into administration, Mosher was the head women’s basketball and softball coach at California State (Pa.) from 1980-85 and began her collegiate athletics career as the women’s basketball coach at WisconsinWhitewater (1977-79). Receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Illinois State in 1972, a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from Northern Colorado in 1976, and a Director’s Degree from Indiana University (1986), Mosher also was selected to attend the NACWAA Institute for Athletics Executive in the summer of 2002. Mosher is a current member of NACDA and NACWAA.

PAUL LADWIG

SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS Paul Ladwig is in his eighth year at Fresno State and second as the Senior Associate Athletics for External Relations after serving for the previous six years as the Associate Athletics Director over External Relations and Broadcasting. Ladwig joined the Bulldog the family

in September 2005. In addition to serving as the department’s primary spokesperson with oversight of advertising, communications, marketing, merchandising, licensing, ticket sales, video services and web operations,

From Network Television in Los Angeles to the slopes of the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan to documentary work in Southeast Asia, his departments have grewn considerably under Ladwig’s direction.

JOHN KRIEBS

Ladwig has also assumed a primary leadership role in the Bulldog Foundation. He has been instrumental in the cultivation of philanthropic giving to Fresno State Athletics and student-athlete scholarships. During his tenure, Ladwig has led multiple reorganizations to allow for the integration and merging of all external communication and outreach under his direction. These measures have fostered more consistent processes that help promote and enhance Fresno State Athletics on a daily basis. He has built with stronger media partnerships and spearheaded the addition of a new videoboard at Bulldog Stadium and creation of environmentally-conscious virtual team guides. Ladwig is also a leader in developing attractive value oriented experiences for fans. A strong advocate of the importance of social media (and extremely active on Twitter @ PaulLadwig), he has also increased the exposure of Fresno State Athletics through the creation of the Bulldog Sports Network, the Bulldog Insider (a weekly television show dedicated solely to coverage of Bulldog Athletics) and finding fresh ways to tell Fresno State stories through new and existing media partnerships. His vision continues to bring fans superior story-telling that incorporate the latest technologies. Collaborating with media rights holder as the department’s liaison to Learfield Sports’ Bulldog Sports Properties, new and additional programming for radio and television were developed. Ladwig led the search for the addition of a living four-legged mascot to the Bulldog family, Victor E. Bulldog. People around the world curious about the Bulldogs will continue to log onto a constantly updating Gobulldogs.com website with expanded content, video and increased participatory site interaction. Fresno State Athletics Communications took the lead nationally in developing a paperless media guide in 2009. Environmental awareness, cost containment, and the ability to provide instant information to the media are several factors in the implementation of this paperless delivery system. With a vast and varied career, Ladwig came to Fresno State after serving as the Assistant Athletics Director for Creative Services at Ohio University. At Ohio University, he was charged with ensuring an effective, consistent and progressive approach from game-day activities to marketing to image enhancement. Ohio saw a record-breaking sellout crowd at Peden Stadium when the Bobcats defeated Pittsburgh on ESPN in their 2005 home opener. Innovative, Ladwig was instrumental in creating the Ohio Sports Network, the refinement of Ohio University’s web presence and the production of programming for public television.

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ASSOCIATE A.D./ FACILITIES & OPERATIONS

John J. Kriebs is in his 12th year at Fresno State, serving as associate athletics director for facilities and operations. Kriebs oversees Fresno State’s internal operations, including events, facilities, information technology, equipment, department fleet and serves as the sport supervisor for multiple teams. Kriebs is responsible for NCAA and WAC tournament bidding and management. He successfully brought the 2004 WAC basketball and three NCAA women’s basketball championships, including two Regionals in 2007 and 2012. He serves as the liaison for campus planning, parking, kinesiology and the concession operations. During his tenure, he spearheaded Fresno State’s transition into the $103 million Save Mart Center, coordinating construction and facility projects including the locker rooms, equipment and training rooms and the Bulldog Shop. Recently, he has overseen the construction of a state-of-the-art aquatics venue, lacrosse and soccer field, softball indoor batting cages and the planning for a new sports medicine center. Kriebs came to Fresno State after serving as an assistant athletics director at Southwest Missouri State from 1994-99. While there, he oversaw nine Olympic sports as well as budgeting, personnel and scheduling. Prior to his position at SMS, Kriebs was the Bears’ wrestling head coach from 1989-94. He was highly successful in that capacity, earning Midwest Regional Coach of the Year honors in 1994 and guiding the program’s first ever Division I All-American in any sport. In all, he coached 12 NCAA qualifiers and broke 15 school records. Kriebs’ coaching career began at the University of Northern Iowa, where he served as an assistant from 1984-89 and helped guide the Panthers to five top 10 finishes. The Dubuque, Iowa, native is a 1984 graduate of Northern Iowa, where he was a two-time AllAmerican wrestler. As a senior, he was the nation’s No. 1 ranked heavyweight. He qualified for the NCAA’s all four years and was picked to wrestle in the prestigious All-Star Wrestling Showcase. Kriebs has a wife, Geri, a daughter, Jordan, and a son, Jack.

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STEVE ROBERTELLO ASSOCIATE A.D./ INTERCOLLEGIATE SERVICES

Steve Robertello joined the Fresno State Department of Athletics in December 2012 as the Associate Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Services. “We are fortunate to have Steve join the Bulldog family in this significant leadership role,” said Boeh on Robertello’s hiring. “His numerous years of exceptional experience at the Division I FBS level, combined with his demonstrated firm conviction that student-athlete welfare and “doing things the right way” are paramount, make him an ideal fit for Fresno State Athletics. The entire Bulldog community will benefit greatly from Steve’s guidance, insight and passion for intercollegiate athletics.” Robertello, a graduate of West Virginia University, will oversee the branches of compliance, student-athlete services, sports medicine and strength and conditioning. For the past 10 years, Robertello has worked at Washington State University. Most recently he served as the Associate Director of Athletics/ Compliance in Pullman where he directed the dayto-day operations of the WSU Athletics Compliance Office. Robertello served as a member of the WSU Athletics Department Executive Staff, as well as the Athletics Department liaison to the WSU Admissions Office. At the conference level, Robertello served on the Pac-12 Conference Legislative Committee and Recruiting Task Force. For the NCAA, he served on the Amateurism Fact-Finding Committee as a member (2008-12) and committee chair (201012) and was the NCAA Site Coordinator for the 2005 NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships first and second rounds. Prior to WSU, Robertello spent two and a half years as a Compliance Coordinator at Arizona State University, two years as an Athletics Compliance Office Assistant, and Assistant Director of Compliance at Villanova University and one year as a Athletic Compliance Office Graduate Assistant at West Virginia University. Robertello graduated from West Virginia with a Master’s of Science in Sport Management and Bachelor of Science.

RYAN REGGIANI ASSISTANT A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Ryan Reggiani is in his fourth year at Fresno State and second as the Assistant Athletics Director for External Relations, managing the dayto-day functions of communications, marketing and video production services. Reggiani is a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Fresno State and has been the chair for several search committees. Reggiani manages media contracts, and serves as a liaison to Bulldog Sports Properties, an entity of Learfield Sports, and Legends Sales & Marketing. In the summer of 2012, Reggiani oversaw the website redesign and launch of gobulldogs.com, working with CBS College Sports, designing a user friendly website, with the latest social media aspects built in to give the best fan experience when visiting. While social media has taken off while Reggiani has been at Fresno State, the Athletics department’s Facebook page has tripled in likes and its Twitter handle has doubled in followers. The department’s focus from the external side has been focused on building a social media platform to engage fans of Fresno State at every level. With significant experience and strong ties to the San Joaquin Valley, he has covered high-profile colleges in some of the nation’s top media markets and placed an emphasis on maximizing new and existing revenue streams, social media platforms while providing engaging content with innovative technology. Prior to the 2011 football season, Reggiani led the marketing and ticket sales effort of the Battle of the Bay, featuring Fresno State football versus California at Candlestick Park. The thirdparty game provided a significant boost to the department’s budget, as over 14,000 tickets were sold through Fresno State and over 20,000 fans showed up to the neutral site game in San Francisco. In the spring of 2012, Reggiani was the Media Coordinator for the Women’s Basketball NCAA Regional hosted at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. Reggiani has served as the lead marketing coordinator for the Bulldog football program for the past three seasons, after three and a half years as an Assistant Media Relations Director with the University of Hawai’i Athletics Department. While at UH, Reggiani developed and managed the communications strategy for their sports teams. Reggiani received his master’s degree in sports administration from Saint Mary’s in 2005 and bachelor’s degree in mass communication and journalism from California State University, Fresno in 2001.

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Mosher has helped guide the Bulldogs to significant improvements in the department’s Academic Progress Rate, equity in participation and financial aid and student-athlete welfare initiatives. Mosher has established herself as a national leader in fostering an elite and equitable student-athlete experience. She also plays a critical role in representing the institution at the conference level and oversaw the Bulldogs’ transition to the Mountain West Conference. Mosher came to Fresno State after spending three years (200205) as the Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Administration and Compliance Services at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

at Massachusetts, was a liaison to the Athletic Council’s Subcommittees for Compliance and for Vision. An NCAA Peer Reviewer, she was named to the NCAA Academic, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet in July 2005.

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JAMES ANTONINI MARKETING

JAHNAVA ADAMS ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

TRISHA BECKER BUSINESS OFFICE

BRAD BLACKSTONE VIDEO PRODUCTION

STEVE BORLAND BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

DIANE BROCK BULLDOG SHOP

ADAM BROOKS BULLDOG FOUNDATION

CLARENCE CHIONG LICENSING

ALEX CORDOVA FACILITIES OPERATIONS

D.J. GIUMENTO FACILITIES OPERATIONS

DAVID HALL COMPLIANCE

SHARI HANLIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

RUSSELL HAYDEN TICKET OFFICE

CHAD IGOA NFORMATION SYSTEMS

ROBBIE JELLISON VIDEO PRODUCTION

JODY JESSER BUSINESS OFFICE

TERRY JOHNSON BULLDOG FOUNDATION

WHITNEY JOHNSON MARKETING

RUSS MALBURG TICKET OFFICE

JEANNETTE MARTIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JEREMY MELCHER BULLDOG SHOP

JERAD MEYER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

LEE MEYERS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

RYAN MITCHELL COMPLIANCE

NATALIE NAKIC STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

RYAN NELSON INFORMATION SYSTEMS

KELLI EBERLEIN SPORTS MEDICINE

RICHARD ENNS BUSINESS OFFICE

CYNDY FAVILLA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

CLARE FLORES-COLEMAN ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

HILDA FONG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

RYAN GLASER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JARED JONES VIDEO PRODUCTION

JENNIFER JORY BULLDOG FOUNDATION

HANNA LANTS STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JUDY LEA BULLDOG FOUNDATION

ANESSA LEYDIG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

TERRY LOGAN FACILITIES OPERATIONS

PAT OGLE BULLDOG FOUNDATION

KARIN OLIVER FACILITIES OPERATIONS

ROBERT PAGESMITH STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JOHN PALEY FACILITIES OPERATIONS

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The official name of the school is California State University, Fresno. For athletics department purposes, the University prefers to be called simply Fresno State – never Fresno State University and never shorten to Fresno. For graphics or abbreviations, we ask that you please use FS – not FSU, CSUF or Fresno. Other acceptable abbreviation: Fresno St.

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FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY Click here.

STEPHEN TREMBLEY

VIRTUAL TEAM GUIDES Click here.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS (BASEBALL & SOCCER) OFFICE: (559) 278-6178 EMAIL: STREMBLEY@CSUFRESNO.EDU

SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION Facebook: Fresno State Athletics Twitter: FSAthletics

OTHER SERVICES

The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide complete statistics during and immediately following each home event. Working media may conduct post-game interviews following a 10-minute coolingoff period.

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Phone: (559) 278-2509 • Fax: (559) 278-2689 Website: www.gobulldogs.com 5048 N. Jackson Ave. Room 104 - LS 135 • Fresno, CA 93710

IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS (559) 244-2509 (559) 244-4689 (559) 278-2178 (559) 218-8323

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Any questions related to the Mountain Conference should be directed to Kim Melcher, Associate Commissioner of Communications. The Mountain West address is 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. The Mountain West telephone number is 719-488-4040 and the fax number is 719-487-7240. The Mountain West’s web site is www.themwc.com

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INTERNET:

Fresno State baseball information may be accessed on the world wide web at www. gobulldogs.com. All weekly releases, special releases, feature articles, rosters, bios on players and coaching staff, statistics and box scores can be found on the internet. With all information available on the web, Fresno State Athletics Communications Office does not utilize fax back.

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PAUL LADWIG

RYAN REGGIANI

JASON CLAY

THERESA KURTZ

STEPHEN TREMBLEY

SARAH JACKSON

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Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

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Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Athletics Communications Coordinator

Requests for press/photo credentials must be faxed or mailed on official letterhead to the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hours prior to the event. Since space is limited accommodations are on the following priority basis: daily newspapers, originating radio and television stations, national weekly or monthly publications, electronic media outlets, local and regional television crews will be granted credentials first. Priority is granted to members of the media who cover Fresno State on a regular basis and to visiting media members. At Beiden Field, credentials may be picked up at Will Call, located at the ticket office on the first base side

of the stadium. Non-working individuals will not be permitted in the press box or on the field.

NOTE:

Web sites that sponsor message boards, message centers or chat rooms where people are allowed to post anonymous information will not be issued credentials. If a medium has an online site that sponsors these anonymous forums, they may continue to receive credentials under its traditional medium (newspaper, magazine, radio, television), but will not be granted additional passes for online staff.

PARKING:

Access to media parking at Beiden Field is through Gate 10 off Bulldog Lane. To gain media parking access, please show your press box credential to the parking gate attendant.

PHOTO REGULATIONS:

Only photographers on assignment for accredited publications will be afforded fieldlevel credentials. Websites not affiliated with a major news organization (i.e. USA Today, ESPN) will not be issued passes. Freelance and amateur photographers not on assignment for Fresno State Athletics Communications are not eligible for photo credentials, except by prior approval from the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office. Requests for credentials should be made

in writing on company letterhead at least 48 hours in advance. The Fresno State Athletics Department reserves all commercial and noncommercial rights to the use of film, video tapes and still photographs of its athletics events and facilities.

TELEPHONES:

Telephone service is available in the press box area. Fresno State provides three courtesy lines for use by each visiting school’s designated radio station. Phone service, if needed, should be made through the Fresno State Communications Office at (559) 278-2509. Please inform the Athletics Communications Office if additional phone lines are needed.

INTERVIEWS:

Interviews with student-athletes or coaches of the Fresno State baseball team can be arranged through Jennifer Jones. Postgame interviews with head coach Mike Batesole and studentathletes will be conducted outside the Fresno State dugout from behind the fence along the third base line of Beiden Field. Only studentathletes and staff are allowed on the field.

BEST TIME TO REACH COACH BATESOLE:

Contact Stephen Trembley for the days and times open to media at 559-278-6178 or strembley@csufresno.edu.

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