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MEDIA INFORMATION

Quick Facts ___________________________2 Media Information______________________3 Media Outlets _________________________4 Les Murakami Stadium __________________5

6 RAINBOW WARRIOR BASEBALL Head Coach Mike Trapasso ____________ 6-7 Assistant Coaches _______________________8 Rosters _______________________________9 Returning Seniors __________________ 10-18 Player Profiles _____________________ 10-30

31 HISTORY AND RECORDS All-Time Series Records _________________31 Year-By-Year Records ___________________32 Individual Hitting Records ___________ 33-34 Individual Pitching Records ___________ 35-36 Fielding Records ______________________37 Team Records ________________________38 Opponent Records _____________________39 Miscellaneous Records __________________40 Retired Numbers ______________________41 Awards and Honors _________________ 42-43 Postseason History __________________ 44-45 ‘Bows In the Pros ___________________ 46-47 Historic Moments _____________________48 Season Openers ____________________ 49-50 All-Time Letterwinners ______________ 51-52 All-Time Results ___________________ 54-67 Big West Composite Schedule ____________67 TV/Radio Roster ______________________68

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UH MANOA POLICY ON GENDER EQUITY IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Gender equity in athletics extends the doctrine of fairness to all areas of athletic activity at the University level. It is activated by a sense of moral obligation that exceeds any specific duty to comply with legal requirements, although it also recognizes the necessity of observing the tenets of Title IX, Patsy Mink Act. Its desired effect is to offer women and men equal opportunities to participate in sports for which there is demonstrated interest among athletes in Hawai‘i and to provide equitable levels of support for coaching, travel, scholarships, operating expenses and facilities used. Beyond these specific goals, gender equity also fosters an attitude and establishes an environment in which men’s and women’s sports are encouraged in comparable ways. Those who support gender equity are willing to cooperate in frequent self-evaluations and to implement change so that all student-athletes can have the same opportunity to realize the highest level of their abilities.

CREDITS: The 2014 University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Warrior Baseball media guide was produced by the University of Hawai‘i Sports Media Relations Office. All rights reserved. Derek Inouchi, Director; Neal Iwamoto, Kara Nishimura, John Barry, Assistant Directors; Troy Yamamoto, Internet Specialist; Jay Metzger, Multimedia Specialist; Kainoa Andrade, Alyssa Kau, Chase Yogi, Antonio Agosto, Student Assistants. Layout and design by John Barry. Cover designs by Kara Nishimura and Kainoa Andrade. Edited by Sherri Yoshioka. BO CAPS BOLD CA = Home H games played played at thee Stan an Sheriff Sherifff Center She Ce Cent Cen e    ,QGLFDWHV ,QG QGLFDWHV FDDWHVVD0 D 0RXQ D0RX D0RXQWDLQ3DFLĂ€ D0RXQWDLQ3 D0RXQWDLQ3DFL 0RXQWDLQ 0RXQWDLQ3DFL Q3DF Q3D 3DDFLĂ€F6SRUWV)HGHUDW SRUWV)HGHUDW SR WV))HGHUDW H WLRQFRQWHVW LRQFRQ LRQFR RQQFR FRQ   ,QGLFDWHVD0RXQWDLQ3DFLĂ€F6SRUWV)HGHUDWLRQFRQWHVW Allllll times Al tim meees lo loc local loocal cal c l to to site itte ite te and annd subj sub su ubject ectt ttoo chan cchange chang hangggee ha subject

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QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY FACTS Location __________________ Honolulu, O‘ahu Founded ____________________________ 1907 Enrollment ________________________ 20,000 Nickname_________________ Rainbow Warriors Colors __________ Green, Black, White & Silver Conference _______________________ Big West Stadium _______ Les Murakami Stadium (4,312) Press Row Number ___________ (808) 956-6253 Interim President ______________ David Lassner Chancellor _____________________ Tom Apple Athletics Director ___________________ Ben Jay SWA_________ Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano

MEDIA RELATIONS Media Relations Director _____ Derek Inouchi E-mail _______________ inouchi@hawaii.edu Office ___________________ (808) 956-7523 Cell ____________________ (808) 954-0234 Baseball contact _______________ John Barry E-Mail ________________ jbarry@hawaii.edu Office ___________________ (808) 956-7506 Cell ____________________ (808) 292-1462 Fax _____________________ (808) 956-4470 Address: UH Sports Media Relations 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Website _________ www.HawaiiAthletics.com

HAWAI‘I BASEBALL HISTORY First Year _________________________ 1923 First Year as NCAA Division I _________ 1971 All-Time Collegiate Record _ 1460-935-4 (42) Big West Record _______________ 11-16 (1) Big West Titles ___________________ None WAC Record ______________ 492-376-2 (33) WAC Regular Season Titles _ 1991, 1992, 2011 WAC Tournament Titles __________ 1 (2010) NCAA Tournament Appearances ________ 13

CWS Appearances (Years) _________ 1 (1980) Highest National Finish _________ 2nd (1980)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach _______________ Mike Trapasso Alma Mater (Year) ___ Oklahoma State (1987) Record at Hawai‘i (Years)______ 360-329 (12) Overall Record (Years) _______________Same Baseball Office Number _____ (808) 956-6247 Assistant Coach _____________ Carl Fraticelli Assistant Coach __________ Rusty McNamara Volunteer Assistant ______ Landon Hernandez Director of Operations ________Nicole Garrett Team Manager ____________ Michel Trapasso 2013 Record _____________________ 16-35 2013 Conference Record (Finish) _ 11-16 (7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost ________ 19/13 Position Starters Returning/Lost ________ 7/1 Position Players Returning/Lost ________ 12/6 Position Player Newcomers ______________ 6 Pitchers Returning/Lost _______________ 7/9 Pitching Newcomers ___________________ 8

SCHEDULE Date Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 14

Opponent Alumni Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Albany Albany Albany Albany Pepperdine Pepperdine Pepperdine Pepperdine Texas Texas (DH) Texas Nevada

KEY RETURNEES Player, Year Pos. Kaeo Aliviado, Jr. OF Marc Flores, Sr. 1B Conner George, Sr. OF Kalei Hanawahine, Sr. OF Trevor Podratz, Jr. C/DH Stephen Ventimilia, Jr. 2B Austin Wobrock, Sr. SS Pitcher, Year W-L Jarrett Arakawa, Jr. (L)* 7-6 Lawrence Chew, Jr. (L) 2-2 Matt Cooper, Sr. (R) 3-8 Scott Squier, Jr. (L) 0-6

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Time 1:00 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CT 1:00 p.m. CT 1:00 p.m. CT 6:35 p.m.

Mar. 15 Nevada 6:35 p.m. Mar. 16 Nevada 1:05 p.m. Mar. 17 Nevada 6:35 p.m. Mar. 20 UAB 6:35 p.m. Mar. 21 UAB 6:35 p.m. Mar. 22 UAB 6:35 p.m. Mar. 23 UAB 1:05 p.m. Mar. 28 *UCSB 3:00 p.m. PT Mar. 29 *UCSB 2:00 p.m. PT Mar. 30 *UCSB 1:00 p.m. PT Apr. 4 *UC Irvine 6:35 p.m. Apr. 5 *UC Irvine 6:35 p.m. Apr. 6 *UC Irvine 1:05 p.m. Apr. 11 *Cal Poly 6:35 p.m. Apr. 12 *Cal Poly 6:35 p.m. Apr. 13 *Cal Poly 1:05 p.m. Apr. 17 *CS Northridge 3:00 p.m. PT Apr. 18 *CS Northridge 3:00 p.m. PT Apr. 19 *CS Northridge 1:00 p.m. PT Apr. 22 USC 6:00 p.m. PT Apr. 25 *CS Fullerton 7:00 p.m. PT Apr. 26 *CS Fullerton 6:00 p.m. PT Apr. 27 *CS Fullerton 1:00 p.m. PT May 2 NYIT 6:35 p.m. May 3 NYIT (DH) 3:35 p.m. May 4 NYIT 1:05 p.m. May 9 *Long Beach St. 6:35 p.m. May 10 *Long Beach St. 6:35 p.m. May 11 *Long Beach St. 1:05 p.m. May 16 *UC Davis 2:30 p.m. PT May 17 *UC Davis 1:00 p.m. PT May 18 *UC Davis 1:00 p.m. PT May 22 *UC Riverside 6:35 p.m. May 23 *UC Riverside 6:35 p.m. May 24 *UC Riverside 6:35 p.m. May 29-June 1 NCAA Regional June 5-9 NCAA Super Regional June 13-21 College World Series All times local to site of competition Home games in BOLD (Les Murakami Stadium) * Big West Conference game

OTHER RETURNEES GP-GS 50-49 48-45 48-42 41-31 49-42 39-35 51-51

BA .238 .280 .235 .286 .255 .235 .236

R 14 22 17 25 9 18 17

H 43 46 36 34 37 32 37

RBI 11 17 18 10 18 14 13

IP ER H K ERA 97.0 31 99 70 2.88 32.2 19 31 14 5.23 86.0 30 83 69 3.14 55.0 21 46 46 3.44 * Denotes 2012 stats, redshirted in 2013

Player, Year Alan Baldwin, So. LJ Brewster, So. Adam Hurley, Sr. Jerry Kleman, Sr. Tyler Young, Sr.

Pos. GP-GS C/OF 19-8 INF 15-7 OF 38-29 INF 27-18 C 19-13

Pitcher, Year W-L Andrew Jones, Jr. (L) Scott Kuzminsky, Sr. (R)0-0 Quintin Torres-Costa, Fr.(L)

R 2 2 5 3 5

H 8 4 22 12 7

RBI 2 3 9 5 3

BA .211 .138 .204 .185 .184

IP ER H K Medical redshirt in 2013 20.1 9 23 15 Medical redshirt in 2013

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MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS MEDIA RELATIONS 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Main Office Number: (808) 956-7523 Fax Number: (808) 956-4470 E-mail: mediarel@hawaii.edu Websites: HawaiiAthletics.com HawaiiAthleticsOhana.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Instagram: www.instagram.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook: www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics YouTube: www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

DEREK INOUCHI Media Relations Director Work: (808) 956-4478 Cell: (808) 954-0234 E-mail: inouchi@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996 Sport Assignments: Football, Cross C Country/Track C /T & Field, M/W Golf, Men’s Volleyball

NEAL IWAMOTO Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-9748 Cell: (808) 375-6819 E-mail: niwamoto@hawaii.edu Alma Maters: Santa Clara, 1995, Hawai‘i, 1998 Sport Assignments: Secondary Football, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Sailing, Water Polo, Sand Volleyball

KARA NISHIMURA Assistant Director/ Graphic Designer Work: (808) 956-5087 Cell: (808) 497-0638 E-mail: karakn@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Purdue, 1993 S i Sport A Assignments: Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis, Softball

JOHN BARRY Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-7506 Cell: (808) 292-1462 E-mail: jbarry@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Lafayette, 1998 Sport Assignments: Women’s Volleyball, V ll b ll Baseball, B b ll Swimming & Diving, Men’s Tennis

SUPPORT STAFF JAY METZGER Multimedia Specialist Work: (808) 956-4479 Cell: (808) 295-4353 E-mail: jmetzger@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Menlo, 1995

TROY YAMAMOTO Internet Specialist Work: (808) 956-9647 E-mail: troyy@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996

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This publication has been provided to enhance fan participation and assist the media in the coverage of Rainbow Warrior baseball. The Sports Media Relations Office will follow up with weekly releases during the season to keep the media informed about the Rainbow Warrior baseball team.

SERVICES Programs and pre-game notes will be available prior to each game. Final box scores will be distributed after each game. Box scores will also be sent via e-mail and will be available online at HawaiiAthletics.com after the conclusion of the game.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS Requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials for 2014 home baseball games should be made in writing on company letterhead at least two weeks prior to the game. Please direct all requests to: John Barry Assistant Media Relations Director 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822-2370 Credentials will be available on game day at the pass gate of Les Murakami Stadium. A picture ID is required to pick up items at the pass gate. Due to the limited space available on press row, those news outlets covering the Rainbow Warriors or their opponents on a regular basis will receive top priority. All other credentials for print media are issued on the basis of space availability. ESPN Radio, which has the radio rights for UH baseball, will be the only local radio station to receive season credentials. Local radio stations with a full-time sports director conducting a daily sports show of notable length will receive first consideration.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS UH coaches and players will be available on the field for interviews following a 10-minute cooling-off period after each game or the conclusion of a doubleheader. All media members should notify a Sports Media Relations representative with their request for interviews.

INTERVIEW POLICY All players and Head Coach Mike Trapasso will be available for interviews during the season before practice only. Practices are closed to the media and the public. If you wish to interview a particular player at a specific time, in person or by telephone, arrangements should be made through the Sports Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance. PHOTOGRAPHERS Photo passes are available for accredited news media and should be ordered in the same manner as press credentials. In accordance with NCAA rules, photographers must wear their credentials and must stay within the designated photo area. No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers, cutline workers, equipment carriers or radio station representatives, except for the two originating stations. For additional questions regarding photography guidelines, please contact Multimedia Specialist Jay Metzger at jmetzger@hawaii.edu.

INTERNET SERVICES Wireless internet access is available in the Les Murakami Stadium press box. Please contact baseball SID John Barry for access. HAWAIIATHLETICS.COM The UH Athletics website (HawaiiAthletics. com) features a video component, photo galleries, and online media guides in addition to the existing player and coach biographies, press releases, statistics, schedules and everything else you need to know about UH Athletics. In addition, a .pdf version of every UH media guide will be available on the website. WHAT’S AN ‘OKINA? Q: Ever wondered what that punctuation mark in the word Hawai‘i is? A: In the Hawaiian language, it’s called an ‘okina, which translated literally in English means separator. Phonetically it is referred to as a glottal stop, similar to the sound that would be made in the English oh-oh. The ‘okina is actually a letter in the Hawaiian language and typed out looks like a backwards apostrophe. The practice of the UH Sports Media Relations office is to use the ‘okina in all Hawaiian words in which they occur.

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OCSports (Channel 1012 HD, 12 SD) is in its third season as the television rightsholder of UH Athletics. Longtime UH baseball broadcasters Jim Leahey (play-by-play) and Pal Eldredge (color analyst) will be calling the action. Dan Schmidt, General Manager Candace Fujishima, Executive Producer 200 Akamainui Street Mililani, HI 96789 Phone: (808) 628-2663 Fax: (808) 625-5888 Website: www.oceanic.com

2014 TELEVISION SCHEDULE Date Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 22 May 23 May 24

Opponent Oregon Oregon Pepperdine Pepperdine Nevada Nevada Nevada Alabama-Birmingham Alabama-Birmingham Alabama-Birmingham UC Irvine Cal Poly Cal Poly Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State UC Riverside UC Riverside UC Riverside

Time 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:35 p.m.

RADIO PARTNER ESPN Radio will broadcast every Rainbow Warrior baseball game this season with Don and Scott Robbs calling the action.

ESPN 1420 Randal Ikeda, General Manager Don Robbs, Scott Robbs Play-by-Play 900 Fort St., Suite 700 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-3624 Fax: (808) 548-0608 Website: www.espn1420am.com

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HAWAI‘I NEWS NOW (CBS/NBC) Mike Cherry, Sports Director 420 Waiakamilo Road, Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 847-1112 Fax: (808) 847-3298 Website: www.hawaiinewsnow.com

NEIGHBOR ISLAND NEWSPAPERS The Garden Island (Kaua‘i) Rick Killeen, Sports Editor P.O. Box 231 Lihue, HI 96766 Phone: (808) 245-3681 Fax: (808) 245-5286 Website: www.thegardenisland.com

KHON (FOX) Rob DeMello, Sports Director 88 Piikoi St. Honolulu, HI 96814 Phone: (808) 591-4278 Fax: (808) 593-2418 Website: www.khon.com

Hawai‘i Tribune Herald (Hawai‘i) Bill O’Rear, Sports Editor P.O. Box 767 Hilo, HI 96721 Phone: (808) 935-6621 Fax: (808) 961-3680 Website: www.hawaiitribune-herald.com

KITV (ABC) Robert Kekaula, Sports Director 801 South King St. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 535-0440 Fax: (808) 536-8993 Website: www.kitv.com

West Hawai‘i Today (Hawai‘i) Joe Ferraro, Sports Editor P.O. Box 789 Kailua-Kona, HI 96745 Phone: (808) 329-9315 Fax: (808) 329-4860 Website: www.westhawaiitoday.com

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Maui News (Maui) Brad Sherman, Sports Editor P.O. Box 550 Wailuku, HI 96793 Phone: (808) 244-3981 Fax: (808) 242-9087 Website: www.mauinews.com

ASSOCIATED PRESS Oskar Garcia, Sports Editor Seven Waterfront Plaza Suite 590 500 Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-5510 Fax: (808) 531-1213 Website: www.ap.org

O‘AHU NEWSPAPERS HONOLULU STARADVERTISER (Daily) Paul Arnett, Sports Editor Billy Hull, Baseball Beat Dave Reardon, Columnist Ferd Lewis, Columnist Seven Waterfront Plaza 500 Ala Moana Blvd., #210 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 529-4782 Fax: (808) 529-4787 Website: www.staradvertiser.com KA LEO O HAWAI‘I (Student Newspaper) Joey Ramirez, Sports Editor University of Hawai‘i 1755 Pope Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Phone: (808) 956-3215 Fax: (808) 956-9962 Website: www.kaleo.org

UH’S SOCIAL MEDIA SITES In order to broaden its reach to fans worldwide, UH Athletics has entered the online world of social networking with the launch of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube pages. Twitter page is available at www.twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook page is available at www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics Instagram page is available at www.instagram.com/HawaiiAthletics YouTube channel is available at www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

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LES MURAKAMI STADIUM

The stadium was first built in 1984 on the site of the old UH Stadium, which sat approximately 2,500 fans. With the success of his teams in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Head Coach Les Murakami led a charge to build a facility that could accommodate the droves that he foresaw. With the help of political backers at Washington Place, the state appropriated the money for the project, which took less than nine months to complete before its debut in UH’s Feb. 17, 1984, game vs. Stanford. Entering the 30th year of what was formerly known as Rainbow Stadium, Hawai‘i has seen 3,447,910 fans attend baseball games. They have averaged 2,890 in the 1,193 games played at Les Murakami Stadium with 247 sellouts. For the first season, UH played on the original playing surface, which was natural grass. The basepath, pitcher’s mound and home plate consisted of a mixture of sand and crushed lava rocks. The roof only shaded the press box and a portion of the area in front of the press box. Rainbow Stadium, as it was first named, cost $11.2 million in 1984. Adding a roof covering from first to third base and the original AstroTurf in 1985 pushed the final price tag to $12.2 million. The current surface features polyethylene blades that resemble blades of grass. It was then filled in with sand and rubber granules to cushion the turf and give a grass-like feel. The only dirt on the field is at the batter’s box and the pitcher’s mound, with different colored turf circling the infield. In October 2001, the University then decided to change the name of the stadium to Les Murakami Stadium, honoring the man responsible for its building. Murakami was the school’s first Division I full-time head coach and the 11th coach in the program’s history, dating back to 1923. Not only did he turn the program into an NCAA Division I team that consistently competed on a national level for much of his tenure, but he was also largely responsible for the building of the stadium that is now compassionately known as “the house that Les built.”

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In the season that saw the three-millionth fan enter the gates at the Les Murakami Stadium, the facility completed its most recent face lift, as all 4,312 seats were replaced. The new seats are all green instead of the red, orange and blue seats of before. They were implemented in the fall of 2008, giving the stadium a fresh new look. This comes less than a year after the surface got an upgrade. During the winter of 2007, the stadium’s AstroTurf surface was ripped away to make room for the new Domo Turf surface. The stadium seats 4,312 with 3,738 of the seats covered to shelter fans from the “Manoa mist” that comes and goes throughout the day. It is a two-tiered structure with three levels of seating. In the middle of the upper section is the two-tiered pressbox, which also features one radio and one television booth on opposite sides. The stadium contains two sunken dugouts with separate locker room facilities. There is also a hospitality room, meeting room, locker room for umpires, lounge for UH players and a training room. During one six-year span from 1989 to ’94, Rainbow baseball was at its most prosperous. In 279 home dates in that span, UH had a home record of 195-84 for a 69.9 winning percentage. Attendance flourished during that stretch, averaging 3,524 for a total attendance of 983,261, including 179 sellouts, nearly 65 percent of those games. UH led the country in attendance twice, in 1986, averaging 2,599, and in 1992, averaging 4,433. The 208,378 fans that came through the gates in 1992 set an NCAA record that has since been eclipsed by Texas, and later Louisiana State. Les Murakami Stadium has attracted numerous events over the years. It was home to the minor league Hawai‘i Islanders in 1986 and the Hawai‘i Winter Baseball League on two separate stints. The Hawai‘i Island Movers summer baseball club has used the facility for more than 20 years. Other athletic events held there include the HHSAA state baseball championships, the AJA Baseball playoffs, the PAL opening ceremonies, Best of the

West High School tournaments, UH Athletics Department Fun Run, the Special Olympics and numerous baseball clinics, including the Cal Ripken-Hideo Nomo Camp.

HOME ATTENDANCE Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total

Attendance Average 104,177 2,216 106,526 1,746 +114,367 2,599 105,646 2,401 125,752 2,566 123,330 2,517 118,305 2,366 143,027 3,043 +208,378 4,433 200,525 4,663 189,696 4,411 146,712 3,860 129,696 3,325 108,537 2,783 98,441 2,524 98,668 2,741 95,386 2,445 87,029 2,417 94,804 2,708 96,376 2,604 93,181 2,452 97,268 2,701 81,881 2,558 88,978 2,696 72,310 2,582 92,717 2,990 95,711 3,190 116,222 3,320 116,909 3,340 97,355 3,357 3,447,910 2,890

Dates Sellouts 47 11 61 4 44 3 44 6 49 14 49 21 50 20 47 31 47 43 43 34 43 30 38 5 39 0 39 0 39 1 36 0 40 0 36 0 35 0 37 0 38 1 36 0 32 2 33 2 28 1 31 3 30 3 38 5 35 5 29 2 1,193 247

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HEAD COACH MIKE TRAPASSO

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H Head Coach 13th Season Oklahoma State (1987) 360-329 O Mik T Mike Trapasso enters hi his 13 13th season as the head coach of the University of Hawai‘i baseball program. After 11 seasons of guiding his team through the Western Athletic Conference, Coach Trap coached his team last year through a challenging first season in the formidable Big West Conference, setting the ground work for runs at league titles in the years to come. Trapasso has led his teams to winning records in eight of the last 10 seasons, and has guided his teams to 30 or more wins in eight of his seasons. In 2011, Coach Trapasso was named WAC Coach of the Year for the third time, as UH was named co-regular season champions for the first time since 1992 and earned the No. 1 seed in the WAC Tournament. The Rainbows advanced to the championship before falling to Fresno State, finishing the season with an overall record of 34-25. The 2010 season saw the ‘Bows advance to the NCAA West Regional in Tempe, Ariz., for the first time since 2006. The team won its first WAC Tournament Championship since 1992 before falling to top-ranked Arizona State in the regional championship. UH finished ranked No. 30 in the final Collegiate Baseball poll. In 2009, the team started the season with one of the nation’s toughest nonconference schedules, helping the team peak at No. 20 in the Baseball America poll, while posting an RPI in the top 10. Hawai‘i broke the single-season school homerun record with 64 team homers, while Kolten Wong earned freshman all-America honors by five different publications. In 2008, UH finished 10th in the country in fielding percentage, finishing at .975. Shortstop Jon Hee led the ’Bows in the field, committing just five errors on the season to finish with a .985 fielding percentage and earn the ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division I Gold Glove award at shortstop. The 2007 season saw the Rainbows post 34 wins and have one of their best offensive seasons under Trapasso, hitting .305 with 129 doubles and a .427 slugging percentage, all record-highs under his tenure. Senior Kris Sanchez led the offensive charge that saw seven Rainbows hit over the .300 mark. Sanchez batted .362 with 10 home runs, 23 doubles, 66 RBI and a .633 slugging percentage, all ranking in the top five in the WAC standings. In 2006, Trapasso guided the team to a 45-17 record, going to its first NCAA Regional in 13 years. The team advanced to the regional final before falling to eventual national champion Oregon State. He pushed the team to a second-place finish in the WAC, losing the regular-season title by just a half a game. He also guided UH to a 16-5 record on the road, posting the most road wins in UH history and the third-highest winning percentage. Trapasso got his share of recognition for the great season. He was named National Coach of the Year by the National Baseball Foundation and was a finalist for the College Baseball Insider National Coach of the Year award. He also earned his second WAC Coach of the Year honor in the past three seasons. The 2006 season was the breakthrough season Trapasso was looking for, but success didn’t come overnight. After a challenging first season in 2002 while adjusting to his new surroundings coaching an inherited team, the St. Louis, Mo., native posted five straight winning seasons. In 2004, Trapasso was named the WAC Coach of the Year after guiding UH to its second straight 30-win season that included a big series win over No. 3 Rice. Following that successful season, he joined Team USA that summer as an assistant coach, accompanying the team all over the world and helping them win the gold medal at the World University Baseball Games in Tainan, Taiwan. In 2003, the Oklahoma State graduate guided Hawai‘i to the program’s biggest turnaround to date, winning 14 more games than in 2002. The 2003 season is now the second-largest turnaround in school history as the 2006 team

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won 17 more games than they did the year before. Trapasso became just the second full-time Division I head baseball coach at Hawai‘i in 2001 after a successful seven-year run as an assistant coach at Georgia Tech. While with the Yellow Jackets, he became known as the top collegiate baseball assistant/recruiter in the country, as noted by Baseball America in January 2001. During his seven years at Georgia Tech, Trapasso was responsible for assembling some of the top recruiting classes in the nation. His classes were ranked fourth, 18th, seventh, first, 14th, 11th and 12th by Collegiate Baseball. Four players in his 1999 recruiting class were ranked among the nation’s top 50 prep players by Baseball America, which touted the Yellow Jackets’ class as best of the draft era. In his first year there, he built a pitching staff virtually from the ground up, tutoring a freshman-dominated staff that earned 25 of Tech’s 38 wins and helped to develop them into a unit that won 46 games in 1997, giving the Jackets their first of two ACC titles while he was there. Trapasso got his start in coaching as an assistant at Missouri where he had a three-year stint from 1989-91 that ended with a 41-20 record in 1991, and an appearance in the NCAA South Regional. After Mizzou, the former pitcher spent three years at South Florida, helping them to a conference title in 1993, while his pitching staff posted the 19th-best ERA in the country. The southpaw enjoyed a great collegiate career at Oklahoma State as one of the top pitchers from 1984-85. He was very instrumental in taking OSU to the College World Series in 1984 and ’85. In 1984, Trapasso was the winning pitcher in the CWS opening game versus Maine, outdueling former major leaguer Billy Swift. The former Cowboy also led the Big Eight and was ranked fifth in the country with a 1.42 ERA in 1984. He then ran into arm problems during his senior year at OSU, going 4-3 with a 5.56 ERA before signing with the Atlanta Braves in the offseason. He played for Paluski (Va.) of the Appalachian League in 1985 and Bradenton (Fla.) of the Gulf Coast League in 1986 after having surgery on his left shoulder.

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HEAD COACH MIKE TRAPASSO In 1987, he finished his professional playing career with Savannah (Ga.) of the South Atlantic League, playing for his hometown St. Louis Cardinals’ organization. Trapasso was a finalist for the Golden Spikes Award in 1982 and was a member of the 1983 Team USA. He spent two years at Jefferson Junior College before going to Oklahoma State, carrying a 6-2 record with a 2.45 ERA in 1982 and a 6-1 record with a 1.64 ERA in 1983. Trapasso was selected four times in the Major League Baseball Draft after graduating from Mehlville High School between 1982 and ‘85, before signing with the Braves after his final year of college. He is married to the former Catherine Grieshaber of Festus, Mo., and they have two sons, Michel and Matthew. Michel is also the team manager for the ‘Bows.

TRAPASSO THROUGH THE YEARS YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

OVERALL W L 16 40 30 26 31 24 28 27 45 17 34 25 29 31 32 26 35 28 34 25 30 25 16 35 360 329

PCT. .286 .536 .564 .509 .726 .576 .483 .552 .556 .576 .545 .266 .522

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WAC/BIG WEST W L PCT 5 25 .167 11 19 .367 13 16 .448 15 14 .517 17 6 .739 11 13 .458 18 14 .563 11 12 .478 12 12 .500 17 7 .708 10 8 .556 11 14 .333 174 178 .494

TRAPASSO AT HAWAI‘I 2006 National Coach of the Year National Baseball Foundation 2006 National Coach of the Year Finalist College Baseball Insider 2011 WAC Coach of the Year 2006 WAC Coach of the Year 2004 WAC Coach of the Year 42 All-WAC selections 26 Academic All-WAC selections

PL. 6th 4th 4th 3rd 2nd 4th 2nd 5th 4th 1st 4th 7th

5 Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-Americans 2 Rainbow Tournament Championships 32 players signed to play professionally 2004 Assistant Coach - U.S. National Team (Won Gold Medal at World University Baseball Games) Led 2006 Rainbows to first NCAA Regional since 1993

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ASSISTANT COACHES

CARL C

FRATICELLI F

36

A Assistant Coach 4th Season Loyola Marymount 1988 L

Carl Fraticelli enters his fourth season with Hawai’i but first with a full-time status. He serves as the hitting coach for the Rainbow Warriors. Fraticelli has spent 20 years as a baseball coach in some capacity, most recently as the head coach of the Hawai‘i Ali‘is in the Hawai‘i Collegiate Baseball League since 2006. He also was the head coach at Diablo Valley College and Los Medanos College earlier in his coaching career and spent a year as an area scout for the Oakland Athletics. The Kalaheo graduate played his collegiate baseball at Loyola Marymount, where he earned his bachelor’s degree. Fraticelli was a two-time all-West Coast Conference honoree, helping the team to a College World Series appearance in 1986 and another NCAA regional appearance in 1988. Fraticelli was drafted in the 19th round of the Major League Baseball draft by the Minnesota Twins. He would play for three years in the California League. Following his playing career, Fraticelli was the head coach at Waimea High School on Kaua‘i, earning league Coach of the Year honors three times. He then was an assistant coach at the City College of San Francisco and Laney College before landing the head coaching position at Los Medanos. Fraticelli earned his master’s degree at St. Mary’s College and is a 1984 inductee of the Nissan Hawai‘i High School Hall of Honor.

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RUSTY R

MCNAMARA M A Assistant Coach Oklahoma State O

30

4th Season 1998

Rusty McNamara returns for his fourth season as a member of the Rainbow Warrior coaching staff. He assists with hitting, coaches the outfielders, and is also the third-base coach for the ‘Bows. McNamara came to Hawai‘i after coaching three seasons at UC Riverside. During his time at UCR, McNamara was the hitting coach, first-base coach and was also in charge of outfielders. During his time with the Highlanders, UCR won over 30 games in both 2009 and ’10 and boasted team batting averages of .294 and .311 in those two seasons. While at UCR, the Oklahoma State graduate coached with two summer league teams. In 2009, McNamara was the manager of the Rochester Honkers, the Northwoods League champions. He was named the Northwoods League Manager of the Year while his team was ranked the fourth-best summer league team in the nation by Rivals.com. During the summer of 2008, McNamara was the head assistant coach for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots in the Alaska Baseball League. McNamara started his collegiate playing career at Riverside Community College, earning all-conference and all-region honors. He then transferred to Oklahoma State where he was named first team all-Big 12 and third team AllAmerican. McNamara was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 21st round of the Major League Baseball Draft. After college, he played six years in the Phillies organization and was named to five minor league all-star teams.

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ROSTERS NUMERCIAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 17 18 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 33 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

Name Pos. B/T JJ Kitaoka INF R/R Kaeo Aliviado OF L/L Kalei Hanawahine OF L/L Conner George INF R/R Stephen Ventimilia INF L/R Alan Baldwin C/OF R/R Chayce Ka‘aua C/INF R/R Jerry Kleman INF R/R Juliene Jones OF R/R Quintin Torres-Costa LHP/OF L/L Adam Hurley OF L/R Matt Miller OF/1B R/R Jordan DePonte RHP R/R Gordon Cardenas RHP R/R Jarrett Arakawa LHP L/L Austin Wobrock INF L/R Michael Echavia LHP L/L Andrew Jones LHP L/L LJ Brewster INF R/R Scott Kuzminsky RHP R/R Marc Flores 1B L/R Tyler Young C R/R Bryce Ah-Sam LHP L/L Marcus Doi INF/OF R/R Marc Vela RHP R/R Scott Squier LHP L/L Matt Cooper RHP R/R Bryan Clough LHP L/L Eric Gleese RHP R/R Josh Elms RHP R/R Trevor Podratz C R/R Steven Pollakov C R/R Lawrence Chew LHP L/L Jordan Richartz OF R/R

* Denotes redshirt

Ht. 5-10 5-6 5-8 6-5 5-8 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-5 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-2 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-0

Wt. 185 160 170 225 170 195 190 190 195 190 190 205 200 180 190 185 195 200 205 185 235 185 205 195 180 190 190 225 240 260 235 220 205 210

Cl. Fr. Jr. Sr.* Sr. Jr. So.* Fr. Sr. So.* Fr.* Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr.* Sr. Fr. Jr.* So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Hometown Kona, Hawai‘i Ewa Beach, O‘ahu Honolulu, O‘ahu Tigard, OR Monterey, CA Kailua, O‘ahu Hilo, Hawai‘i Mesa, AZ Vacaville, CA Hilo, Hawai‘i Chino Hills, CA San Diego, CA Salt Lake, O‘ahu Manhattan Beach, CA Honolulu, O‘ahu Costa Mesa, CA Pleasanton, CA Melbourne, Victoria Huntington Beach, CA Puyallup, WA King City, CA ‘Aiea, O‘ahu Kailua, O‘ahu Honolulu, O‘ahu San Diego, CA Phoenix, AZ Marysville, WA Mission Viejo, CA Tracy, CA Potrero, CA Temecula, CA Chicago, IL Mililani, O‘ahu Renton, WA

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 27 2 17 6 22 15 41 36 33 14 28 20 38 25 4 37 3 12 21 9 7 1 8 24 13 39 40 42 31 10 29 5 18 26

Name Bryce Ah-Sam Kaeo Aliviado Jarrett Arakawa Alan Baldwin LJ Brewster Gordon Cardenas Lawrence Chew Bryan Clough Matt Cooper Jordan DePonte Marcus Doi Michael Echavia Josh Elms Marc Flores Conner George Eric Gleese Kalei Hanawahine Adam Hurley Andrew Jones Juliene Jones Chayce Ka‘aua JJ Kitaoka Jerry Kleman Scott Kuzminsky Matt Miller Trevor Podratz Steven Pollakov Jordan Richartz Scott Squier Quintin Torres-Costa Marc Vela Stephen Ventimilia Austin Wobrock Tyler Young

Pos. LHP OF LHP C/OF INF RHP LHP LHP RHP RHP INF/OF LHP RHP 1B INF RHP OF OF LHP OF C/INF INF INF RHP OF/1B C C OF LHP LHP/OF RHP INF INF C

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

Head Coach: 35 Mike Trapasso (13th season) Volunteer Assistant: 19 Landon Hernandez (1st season) Assistant Coach: 36 Carl Fraticelli (4th season) Manager: Michel Trapasso Assistant Coach: 30 Rusty McNamara (4th season)

BY STATE

BY CLASS

BY POSITION

Arizona (2): Jerry Kleman, Scott Squier

Seniors (10): Matt Cooper, Josh Elms, Marc Flores, Conner George, Kalei Hanawahine, Adam Hurley, Jerry Kleman, Scott Kuzminsky, Austin Wobrock, Tyler Young

Pitcher (15): Bryce Ah-Sam, Jarrett Arakawa, Gordon Cardenas, Lawrence Chew, Bryan Clough, Matt Cooper, Jordan DePonte, Michael Echavia, Josh Elms, Eric Gleese, Andrew Jones, Scott Kuzminsky, Quintin Torres-Costa, Scott Squier, Marc Vela

California (14): LJ Brewster, Gordon Cardenas, Bryan Clough, Michael Echavia, Josh Elms, Marc Flores, Eric Gleese, Adam Hurley, Juliene Jones, Matt Miller, Trevor Podratz, Marc Vela, Stephen Ventimilia, Austin Wobrock Hawai‘i (12): Bryce Ah-Sam, Kaeo Aliviado, Jarrett Arakawa, Alan Baldwin, Lawrence Chew, Jordon DePonte, Marcus Doi, Kalei Hanawahine, Chayce Ka‘aua, JJ Kitaoka, Quintin Torres-Costa, Tyler Young Illinois (1): Steven Pollakov Oregon (1): Conner George

Juniors (12): Jarrett Arakawa, Kaeo Aliviado, Lawrence Chew, Bryan Clough, Jordan DePonte, Eric Gleese, Andrew Jones, Trevor Podratz, Steven Pollakov, Jordan Richartz, Scott Squier, Stephen Ventimilia Sophomores (3): Alan Baldwin, LJ Brewster, Juliene Jones Freshmen (9): Bryce Ah-Sam, Gordon Cardenas, Marcus Doi, Michael Echavia, Chayce Ka‘aua, JJ Kitaoka, Matt Miller, Quintin Torres-Costa, Marc Vela

Infield (8): LJ Brewster, Marcus Doi, Marc Flores, Conner George, JJ Kitaoka, Jerry Kleman, Stephen Ventimilia, Austin Wobrock Outfield (7): Kaeo Aliviado, Alan Baldwin, Kalei Hanawahine, Adam Hurley, Juliene Jones, Matt Miller, Jordan Richartz Catcher (4): Alan Baldwin, Chayce Ka‘aua, Trevor Podratz, Tyler Young

Washington (3): Matt Cooper, Scott Kuzminsky, Jordan Richartz Australia (1): Andrew Jones

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PLAYER PROFILES

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KALEI K

HANAWAHINE H O Outfield 5-8 170 Senior 5 Honolulu, O‘ahu Kamehameha H Schools-Kapalama S

2013 (Junior): Played in 41 games with 31 starts in the outfield...batted .286 with 25 runs scored, 10 RBI, six doubles, and one triple...also went 3-3 in stolen base attempts...had two hits and a run scored against No. 5 Oregon (Feb. 16)...had a hit, an RBI, and scored a run versus No. 10 Rice (Feb. 24)... had a season-high three hits (3-4) against Loyola Marymount (Mar. 2) at the Rebel Classic, adding two runs, two RBI, and one double...equaled a seasonhigh three hits (3-3) with a run scored, two RBI, and two doubles against Cal State Northridge (Apr. 20) and the next day against the Matadors he had two hits, scored two runs, and added an RBI...equaled a season-high three hits to go along with a run and an RBI at Pacific (May 4)...had two hits and a seasonhigh three RBI versus UC Davis (May 18). 2012: Redshirted. Prior To UH: Played two years at the University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif...team took 2010 West Coast Conference Championship title...named USD team “Rookie of the Year” as a freshman...appeared in 43 games with a .310 batting average, 10 RBI and nine runs scored in 2010...appeared in 32 games with a .217 batting average and a 1.000% fielding percentage as a sophomore. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama in Honolulu, O‘ahu...lettered two years in baseball...named first team all-state and all-ILH in 2009...had a .429 batting average, .560 on-base percentage, perfect fielding percentage and three home runs his senior season...graduated with honors, maintaining a 3.85 GPA. Personal: Born in Wailuku, Maui...double major is political science and sociology...has one younger sister...parents are Linelle and George Hanawahine of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

Year

2013

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.286 41-31

avg

119

25

34

6

2

0

10

44

.370

6

2

30

4

.331

0

3

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

3-3

78

6

2

.977

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 3, 4x (last vs. Cal State Northridge, 4/19/13)...Hits: 3, 4x (last vs. Cal State Northridge, 4/19/13)...RBI: 3, 3x (last vs. UC Davis, 5/17/13)...Doubles: 1, 4x (last at Cal Poly, 4/14/13)...Triples: 1, 2x (last vs. Wichita State, 3/20/13)...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: 1 vs. Cal State Fullerton (4/27/13).

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CONNER C

GEORGE G I Infield 6-5 225 6 Tigard, Ore. T

Senior Tualatin HS

2013 (Junior): Played in 48 games with 42 starts, primarily in right field... batted .235 with 17 runs and was tied for second on the team with 18 RBI... carried a mid-season nine-game hitting streak...during the streak, had three hits and three RBI against Wichita State (Mar. 21) and three hits, one run, and a double against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 29)...had six hits, one run, eight RBI, and a triple in UH’s four-game series vs. Wichita State (Mar. 20-23)... batted 3-4 with one run, one RBI, and a triple at UNLV (Mar. 3)...had one hit, one run, three RBI, and a triple against Wichita State (Mar. 20)...had two hits, one run, one RBI, and a double at Cal Poly (Apr. 14)...had three hits against Cal State Northridge (Apr. 19), then two days later against CSUN, went 2-3 with two runs...had a hit and three RBI to kick off UH’s sweep of UC Davis (Mar. 17-19). 2012 (Sophomore): Played primarily as a first baseman...batted .161 for the season with five runs, five hits, and two RBI...played in 18 games and started seven...started the season on a three-game hitting streak...had a season-best performance in his first action of the year (Oregon, Feb. 19), hitting 2-4 with two runs...had one hit and one run versus Oregon (Feb. 20)...posted one hit and one RBI versus Central Michigan (Mar. 9). 2011 (Freshman): Saw action in 14 games with five starts at shortstop and third base...scored a run as a pinch runner in his first career appearance (Oregon, Feb. 29)...scored a run and drew two walks versus Centenary (Mar. 21). Prep: A 2010 graduate of Tualatin High School in Tualatin, Ore...was a four-year varsity letterwinner in baseball...was a three-time all-conference selection...team won conference title three times during his career and twice advanced to the state semifinals...in the summer of 2010 played for Portland Baseball Club where the team finished second in the Senior Babe Ruth World Series...batted .345 for PBC with a .950 fielding percentage...broke season record with 11 homeruns. Personal: Born in Atlanta, Ga...parents are Steve and Jennifer of Tigard, Ore... has one younger brother Kyle...double major is finance and international business.

Year

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.000 14-5 .161 18-7 .235 48-42 .207 80-54

avg

14 31 153 198

2 5 17 24

0 5 36 41

0 0 4 4

0 0 2 2

0 0 0 0

1 2 18 21

0 5 44 49

.000 .161 .288 .247

7 5 12 24

0 0 2 2

12 15 34 61

0 3 3 6

.333 .278 .296 .296

0 0 2 2

0 0 1 1

sb-att

po

a

0-0 0-0 1-3 1-3

8 49 76 133

12 1 5 18

e

fld%

2 .909 0 1.000 3 .964 5 .968

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 2, 4x (last vs. Cal State Northridge, 4/21/13)...Hits: 3, 4x (last vs. Cal State Northridge, 4/19/13)...RBI: 3, 3x (last vs. UC Davis, 5/17/13)...Doubles: 1, 4x (last at Cal Poly, 4/14/13)...Triples: 1, 2x (last vs. Wichita State, 3/20/13)...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: 1 vs. Cal State Fullerton (4/27/13).

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JJERRY

KLEMAN K I Infield 6-0 190 6 Mesa, Ariz. M

Senior South Mountain CC

2013 (Junior): Played in 27 games with 18 starts at designated hitter and first base...batted .185 with three runs, five RBI, and one double...had a seasonhigh three hits in just his second game, going 3-4 against No. 6 Oregon (Feb. 16), and the next day posted a pair of hits and an RBI...had one hit and one RBI at UNLV (Mar. 3) and vs. Wichita State (Mar. 23)...posted a hit, a run, and an RBI against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 29)...had a double and scored a run at UC Riverside (May 23). Prior To UH: Played his freshman season at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., and redshirted his sophomore year...saw action as both a middle infielder and pitcher...lettered one season at South Mountain CC in Phoenix, Ariz...named first team all-conference and first team all-region. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Desert Ridge HS in Mesa, Ariz...selected all-conference as a sophomore, junior, and senior...batted .490 and was named to the Arizona all-state team his senior year...team was ranked No. 1 in the nation and won the 2009 Arizona state title. Personal: Born in Lima, Ohio...major is history...has one brother and one sister...parents are Ken and Tammy Kleman of Mesa, Ariz.

Year

2013

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.185 27-18

avg

65

3

12

1

0

0

5

13

.200

4

2

12

0

.254

0

2

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0

80

8

0 1.000

fld%

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 1, 3x (last at UC Riverside, 5/23/13)...Hits: 3 vs. Oregon (2/16/13)...RBI: 1, 5x (last at Cal Poly, 4/14/13)...Doubles: 1 at UC Riverside (5/23/13) Triples: None...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: None.

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ADAM A

HURLEY H

O Outfield 6-1 190 Senior 6 Chino Hills, Calif. Chino Hills HS C

2013 (Junior): Played in 29 games with 19 starts, primarily in the outfield... batted .204 with five runs and nine RBI...also added four doubles and a homerun...batted 2-3 with a double in his opening-day start against No. 6 Oregon (Feb. 16)...had an early-season four-game hitting streak...had a seasonhigh three hits (3-3) including a double against No. 10 Rice (Feb. 23)...had two hits with one run and one double vs. Bradley (Mar. 1) at the Rebel Classic in Las Vegas...posted two hits and an RBI against Loyola Marymount (Mar. 2) also at the Rebel Classic...went 2-4 with a run scored against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 31)...batted 2-3 with a walk at Pacific (May 4)...had a hit and two RBI against UC Davis (May 18). Prior To UH: Lettered two seasons at Rio Hondo Community College in Whittier, Calif...earned first-team all-American honors...team won the 2012 league and regional titles with a 24-0 record...in 2012, he led the Foothill League in homeruns (10) and slugging percentage (.619), and finished second in doubles (16). Prep: A 2009 graduate of Chino Hills High School in Chino Hills, Calif... named first team all-Sierra League. Personal: Born in Chino Hills, Calif...major is sociology...has one brother and one sister...parents are Tim and Susan Hurley of Chino Hills, Calif.

Year

2013

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.204 38-29

avg

108

5

22

4

0

1

9

29

.269

9

0

19

3

.263

1

3

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

0-1

54

1

1

.982

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 1, 5x (last at Cal Poly, 4/12/13)...Hits: 3 vs. Rice (2/25/13)...RBI: 2, 2x (last vs. UC Davis, 5/18/13)...Doubles: 1, 4x (last vs. UC Davis, 5/17/13) Triples: 1 vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/30/13)...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: None.

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AUSTIN A

WOBROCK W

I Infield 5-11 185 Senior 5 Costa Mesa, Calif. C Newport Harbor HS

2013 (Junior): Only player to start all 51 games, playing every game at shortstop...batted .236 with 17 runs scored and 13 RBI...equaled a season-high three hits (3-3) including a double against No. 5 Oregon (Feb. 18)...went on a midseason five-game hitting streak...had a hit, a run scored, and an RBI vs. Loyola Marymount (Mar. 2)...batted 2-3 with two runs scored against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 30)...had two hits in back-to-back games at No. 20 Cal Poly...had the game-winning RBI single to give UH a 4-3 win over No. 4 Cal State Fullerton (Apr. 26), finishing with two hits, one run, and one RBI... posted four hits, two runs, and three RBI in three games at Pacific (May 3-5)...equaled a season-high three hits (3-4) against UC Davis (May 17) and recorded a season-high three RBI the next day against the Aggies...had six hits, one run, a double, and five RBI in the UCD series (May 17-19)...only recorded one error on the season. Prior To UH: Lettered two seasons at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif...team won the 2012 Orange Empire Conference championship. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Newport Harbor High School in Newport Beach, Calif...lettered two seasons in baseball...earned 2010 all-Sunset League honors. Personal: Born in Glendora, Calif...major is sociology...parents are Phil and Karen Wobrock of Costa Mesa, Calif.

Year

2013

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

sb-att

.236 51-51

avg

157

17

37

2

1

0

13

41

.261

12

4

25

3

.306

0 11

2-3

a

e

fld%

72 156

po

1

.996

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 2, 2x (last at Pacific, 5/3/13)...Hits: 3, 2x (last vs. UC Davis, 5/17/13)...RBI: 3 vs. UC Davis (5/18/13)...Doubles: 1, 2x (last vs. UC Davis, 5/18/13) Triples: 1 vs. Gonzaga (3/9/13)...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: 1, 2x (last vs. UC Davis, 5/19/13).

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SCOTT S

KUZMINSKY K

Prior To UH: Played two seasons at Bellevue CC in Bellevue, Wash...team won the 2011 conference title. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Puyallup HS in Puyallup, Wash...lettered four seasons in baseball...earned all-league honors and was named first team all-state... went 8-1 with a 1.98 ERA his senior season.

R Right Hand Pitcher 6-2 185 Senior 6 P Puyallup, Wash. Bellevue CC

Personal: Born in Tacoma, Wash...major is sociology...parents are Bob and Lori Kuzminsky of Puyallup, Wash.

2013 (Junior): Saw action in 13 games out of the bullpen...tossed 20.1 innings and finished the season with 15 strikeouts and a 3.98 ERA...worked a season-high 3.1 innings at Loyola Marymount (Feb. 28) allowing just two walks and posting two strikeouts...tossed two scoreless innings at UC Irvine (Apr. 7) while allowing just one hit and posting two strikeouts...had a total of eight scoreless outings on the season. Year

2013

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

3.98

0-0

13

0

0

0/0

0

20.1

23

9

9

7

15

1

1

1

87

.307

0

2

0

1

2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Innings: 3.1 vs. Loyola Marymount (2/28/13)...Earned runs: 4 vs. Loyola Marymount (2/28/13)...Walks: 2, 2x (last at Loyola Marymount, 2/28/13)...Strikeouts: 5 at UC Riverside (5/24/13).

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MARC M

FLORES F F First Base 6-5 235 Senior 6 K King City, Calif. Hartnell College

2013 (Junior): Played in 48 games with 45 starts, mainly at first base...batted .280 with 22 runs, 17 RBI, and a team-high 15 doubles...also led the team with a .409 slugging percentage and hit two homeruns...batted 2-4 with a double and equaled a season-high three runs against Loyola Marymount (Mar. 2)...had a double and a homerun against Gonzaga (Mar. 11), then batted 3-4 with a double and an RBI the next day...recorded three hits (3-4) with two doubles, one run, and two RBI versus Wichita State (Mar. 21)...had two hits, one run, and two RBI against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 28), then batted a perfect 3-3 two days later with three runs and a double...carried a 10-game hitting streak late in the season featuring five multi-hit games...batted .667 (6-9) in three games at Pacific (May 3-5) with four runs and a homerun...went 3-4 with a run, an RBI, and two doubles at Long Beach State (May 11). Prior To UH: Attended Hartnell College in Salinas, Calif...played for two years... earned second team all-conference honors as a freshman, batting .305 with 38 RBI...as a sophomore, received first-team all-conference honors, leading the team with a .329 batting average...also selected as a California Community College All-American and all-Region. Prep: A 2010 graduate of King City High School in King City, Calif... lettered in football, basketball and baseball for four years...first athlete in almost 30 years to make first team all-league in all three sports his or her senior year. Personal: Born in Salinas, Calif...major is sociology...has one brother and one sister...parents are Joy and Ralph Flores of King City, Calif.

Year

2013

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.280 48-45

avg

164

22

46

15

0

2

17

67

.409

18

2

25

3

.357

1

0

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

2-4

351

20

5

.987

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 3, 2x (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/30/13)...Hits: 3, 5x (last at Long Beach State, 5/11/13)...RBI: 2, 4x (last at UC Riverside, 5/25/13)...Doubles: 2, 2x (last at Long Beach State, 5/11/13)...Triples: None...Homeruns: 1, 2x (last at Pacific, 5/4/13)...Stolen bases: 1, 2x (last at Pacific, 5/4/13).

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26

TTYLER

YYOUNG C Catcher 5 5-10 185 ‘Aiea, O‘ahu ‘A

Senior Cal State Monterey Bay

2013 (Junior): Played in 19 games with 13 starts, mainly at catcher...batted .184 for the season with five runs, three RBI, and one double...had his best performance in his first game as a Rainbow (Oregon, Feb. 16), posting two hits, three RBI, and a double, all season-highs...had a hit and a run scored against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 31)...also had a hit and a run scored in UH’s upset win over No. 4 Cal State Fullerton (Apr. 26). 2012: Redshirted. Prior To UH: Lettered two seasons in baseball at Cal State University Monterey Bay...started 70 games in his two seasons at CSUMB...in his sophomore season, he hit .286 with 16 runs scored, 19 RBI, and four doubles...carried a 10-game hitting streak his freshman season. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Punahou School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...team won the Hawai’i High School Athletic Association state title in each of his four seasons...earned all-state honors in 2007, ‘08, and ‘09, and was named to the HHSAA state all-tournament team in 2008 and ‘09...also played football. Personal: Born in ‘Aiea, O‘ahu...major is kinesiology and rehabilitation sciences...has one brother and one sister...parents are Thomas and Geri Young of ‘Aiea, O‘ahu.

Year

2013

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.184 19-13

avg

38

5

7

1

0

0

3

8

.211

6

0

6

2

.295

0

1

sb-att

po

a

0-0

68

13

e

fld%

0 1.000

SINGLE GAME HIGHS: Runs: 1, 5x (last vs. Cal State Fullerton, 4/26/13)...Hits: 2 vs. Oregon (2/16/13)...RBI: 3 vs. Oregon (2/16/13)...Doubles: 1 vs. Oregon (2/16/13) Triples: None...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: None.

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33

MATT M

COOPER C R Right Hand Pitcher 6-0 190 Senior 6 M Marysville, Wash. Bellevue CC

2013 (Junior): Played in 16 games with 12 starts...finished with a team-low ERA of 3.14 and led UH with 69 strikeouts...went 3-8 on the season and tossed a total of 86.0 innings...named Big West Pitcher of the Week (Mar. 25)...pitched scoreless ball in his first 12.1 innings of the season highlighted by 6.1 innings of scoreless relief against No. 10 Rice where he recorded eight strikeouts...tossed a complete-game three-hit shutout against Gonzaga (Mar. 12) to give UH its first home win of the season...pitched another shutout the next weekend against Wichita State (Mar. 23) where he struck out a team season-high 10 batters...tossed eight scoreless innings against UC Davis (May 19) in his home finale, scattering five hits while giving up just one walk and posting four strikeouts. Prior To UH: Lettered two seasons at Bellevue Community College in Bellevue, Wash...team won the NWAACC title in 2011...earned second-team all-region honors in 2011 and ‘12. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Marysville-Pilchuck HS in Marysville, Wash...lettered two seasons in baseball...earned first-team all-league honors in 2009 and ‘10...tossed two no-hitters his senior year, going 4-1 and posting a 0.64 ERA... went undefeated (7-0) his junior season with a 1.69 ERA....also lettered one season in cross country. Personal: Born in Seattle, Wash...major is sociology...has two brothers...parents are Jerry Cooper and Sharon Brown of Marysville, Wash.

Year

2013

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

3.14

3-8

16

12

2

1/2

0

86.0

83

38

30

19

69

15

2

3

354

.258

5

2

3

7

4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Innings: 9.0 vs. Gonzaga (3/12/13)...Earned runs: 7 vs. Cal State Northridge (4/20/13)...Walks: 3 at UNLV (3/4/13)...Strikeouts: 10 vs. Wichita State (3/23/13).

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2

KAEO K

ALIVIADO A

O Outfield 5-6 160 Junior 5 Ewa Beach, O‘ahu Saint Louis School E

2013 (Sophomore): Played in 50 games and started 49, primarily in centerfield...batted .238 with 14 hits and 11 RBI...had nine multi-hit performances...also had 12 doubles and a triple...was third on the team in slugging percentage (.315) and fourth in on-base percentage (.325)...had a hit in six of seven games early in the season...was second on the team with 12 doubles... batted 3-5 with one run against Bradley (Mar. 1) at the Rebel Classic...hit a perfect 3-3 with two runs and a double versus Wichita State (Mar. 21)...was 3-4 with a run scored against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 28) in UH’s Big West opener...had a hit and two RBI the next day to help the ‘Bows to their first conference win...had three hits and a double at Pacific (May 3)...posted two hits, one run, one RBI, and two doubles in UH’s series-opening win against UC Davis (May 17)...opened the UC Riverside series (May 23) with two hits, two runs, one RBI, and one double. 2012 (Freshman): Started 52 games all in left field...batted .239 for the season with 29 runs, 15 RBI, five doubles, one triple, and a homerun...had nine multi-hit games...had a breakthrough performance against Wagner College (Feb. 26) where he batted 4-4 with two runs and two RBI...had a solo homeun in UH’s 2-1 win over Wichita State (Mar. 2)...batted 2-4 with one RBI in the series finale against the Shockers (Mar. 4)...had a nine-game midseason hitting streak and hit safely in 13 of 14 games...batted 2-5 and scored the gamewinning run against Fresno State (Apr. 7)...posted two hits including a triple, along with two runs and one RBI at Grambling State (Apr. 24)...hit safely in eight of his team’s final nine games...batted 2-5 with one run, two RBI, and a double in UH’s season-finale WAC Tournament loss to LaTech (May 24). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Saint Louis School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...lettered three years in baseball...team won back-to-back ILH titles from 2010-11...a two-time first team all-state and all-ILH outfielder (2010-11)...senior batting average was .500 with 21 runs, 15 RBI, seven doubles and one home run...a three-year member of ABD Hawai‘i....also earned three letters in football... team won ILH and state football championships in 2010...was named all-ILH first-team kick returner. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...major is sociology...has two older siblings...parents are Debra and Layton Aliviado of Ewa Beach, O‘ahu.

Year

2012 2013 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

.239 52-52 .238 50-49 .238 102-101

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

201 181 382

29 14 43

48 43 91

5 12 17

1 1 2

1 0 1

15 58 11 57 26 115

.289 .315 .301

14 23 37

3 1 4

25 15 40

4 5 9

.298 .325 .311

0 8 1 6 1 14

2-4 3-7 5-11

109 143 252

7 2 9

4 2 6

.967 .986 .978

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 2, 6x (last at UC Riverside, 5/23/13)...Hits: 4 vs. Wagner College (2/26/12)...RBI: 2, 2x (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/13)...Doubles: 2 vs. UC Davis (5/17/13)...Triples: 1, 2x (last vs. Wichita State, 3/20/13)...Homeruns: 1 vs. Wichita State (3/2/12)...Stolen bases: 1, 5x (last at Pacific, 5/3/13).

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5

STEPHEN S

VENTIMILIA V I Infield 5-8 5 170 Junior M Monterey, Calif. Monterey HS

2013 (Sophomore): Played in 39 games with 35 starts at second base...batted .235 with 18 runs and 14 RBI...led team with seven stolen bases...finished tied for third on the team with six doubles while also adding a triple...had a lateseason eight-game hitting streak...had a hit, a run scored, and an RBI against Gonzaga (Mar. 12)...went 2-4 with a season-high three runs, one RBI, and one double in the series finale against Wichita State (Mar. 23)...over the final three games against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 29-31), had four hits, four runs, two RBI, a double, and a triple...had a season-high three hits (3-5) against Cal State Northridge (Apr. 21) while adding two RBI and a double...had a hit in every game at Long Beach State (May 10-12), batting 2-3 with two runs in game one and posting a hit and two RBI the next day...had two hits and two runs in UH’s series-finale win over UC Davis (May 19)...had four hits, one run, and three RBI in the three games versus UC Davis. 2012 (Freshman): Started all 55 games at second base...batted .293 with 42 runs and 14 RBI...also had three doubles and one triple...led the WAC with 14 stolen bases on 17 attempts...had 16 multi-hit games and four three-hit games...batted 3-5 with one run, two RBI, and a triple against Wagner College (Feb. 23)...had an eight-game hitting streak early in the season...had two hits, one run, one RBI, and a stolen base versus Central Michigan (Mar. 9)...batted 3-4 with one run versus San Francisco (Mar. 17), then followed that up the next night hitting 2-4 with two runs in the series finale...batted 3-4 with three runs against UC Davis on Mar. 31, then had three hits and one run the next night...recorded a hit in every game of UH’s first WAC road trip (7 games)...had six hits, one run, and two RBI in the series at San Jose State (Apr. 20-22)...went 3-4 with one run, two RBI, and a stolen base at Grambling State (Apr. 24)...had two hits, three runs, one double, and one stolen base in the WAC Tournament versus LaTech (May 24). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Monterey High School in Monterey, Calif...lettered four years in baseball...team won league championship title five years straight (2007-11)...team won Central Coast Division II title in 2011...made first team all-league and all-county his sophomore and senior seasons...named Monterey Herald 2011 Player of the year...selected to the all-state first team and earned MVP league honors the same season...averaged .465 at bat with .685 OBP, 45 stolen bases and 42 runs scored his senior year...was a multi-sport athlete, also lettering two years in football, tennis, and track, and one year in cross-country, basketball and volleyball...named Salinas California Athlete of the Year in 2011...earned first-team all-league honors in football, cross-country, track and tennis...was tennis league singles champion his freshman year...graduated with a 4.08 GPA. Personal: Born in Monterey, Calif...major is family resources...has one sister... parents are Kathleen and Joe Ventimilia of Monterey, Calif. Year

2012 2013 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.293 55-55 .235 39-35 .270 94-90

avg

208 136 344

42 18 60

61 32 93

3 6 9

1 1 2

0 0 0

14 66 14 40 28 106

.317 .294 .308

37 10 47

1 0 1

30 13 43

2 1 3

.399 .288 .358

2 0 2

sb-att

3 14-17 3 7-12 6 21-29

a

e

fld%

112 170 74 95 186 265

po

10 3 13

.966 .983 .972

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 3, 3x (last vs. Wichita State, 3/23/13)...Hits: 3, 5x (last vs. Cal State Northridge, 4/21/13)...RBI: 3, 3x (last vs. Central Michigan, 3/9/12)...Doubles: 1, 9x (last at Long Beach State, 5/10/13)...Triples: 1, 2x (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/30/13)...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: 1, 21x (last vs. UC Davis, 3/19/13).

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17

JJARRETT

ARAKAWA A L Hand Pitcher Left 6-0 190 Junior 6 H Honolulu, O‘ahu ‘Iolani School

2013: Medical redshirt. 2012 (Sophomore): Started 15 games for UH...posted a 7-6 record and a 2.88 ERA...pitched seven or more innings on eight different occasions...had a season-high nine strikeouts versus New Mexico State (May 4) to guide UH to a 14-2 win...tossed 7.2 innings in a win over Wichita State (Mar. 2), allowing just one run and recording six strikeouts...pitched a complete game against Central Michigan (Mar. 9) and surrendered just one run while posting eight strikeouts...allowed no earned runs with five strikeouts in six innings of work versus San Francisco (Mar. 16)...allowed just one earned run in 7.0 innings to lead UH to a 4-3 win versus St. Mary’s (Apr. 14)...pitched 7.2 innings at San Jose State allowing just one run on five hits for the win...threw eight scoreless innings late in the season against Nevada (May 17) in his first series-opening start to keep UH in the running for a WAC title...walked just 18 batters on the season. 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 16 games with 13 starts...posted a 5-4 record on the season with a 4.50 ERA...was sixth in the WAC and tops on the team with 65 strikeouts, pitching a total of 80 innings...recorded six or more innings in eight of his starts...pitched seven innings in his first home start (Portland, Mar. 12), allowing two earned runs on four hits with five strikeouts...tossed eight innings against Centenary (Mar. 19), surrendering just one run with six strikeouts...struck out a career-high nine batters in a win vs. Sacramento State (Apr. 9). Prep: A 2011 graduate of ‘Iolani School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...played baseball under Coach Dean Yonamine...named first team all-state in 2009...team won Interscholastic League of Honolulu championship...batted .500 his senior year...earned one win and posted three saves with a 3.62 ERA...named 2009 Quarterback Club Prep Athlete of the Year. Personal: Born in Honolulu...major is entrepreneurship...parents are Jason and Liane Arakawa of Honolulu.

Year

2011 2012 TOTAL

era

w-l

4.50 5-4 2.88 7-6 3.61 12-10

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

16 15 31

13 15 28

0 2 2

0/0 0/2 0/2

0 0 0

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

80.0 89 97.0 99 177.0 188

ip

45 41 86

40 31 71

29 65 18 70 47 135

17 14 31

1 3 4

7 5 12

361 405 766

.279 .265 .272

2 1 3

4 1 5

0 0 0

2 4 6

5 8 13

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Innings: 9.0 vs. Central Michigan (3/9/12)...Earned runs: 7 at Louisiana Tech (4/27/12)...Walks: 4, 3x (last vs. Fresno State, 5/27/11)...Strikeouts: 9, 2x (last vs. New Mexico State, 5/4/12).

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21

ANDREW A

JJONES

L Hand Pitcher Left 5-11 200 Junior 5 Melbourne, Victoria M Grayson County CC

2013 (Junior): Appeared in one game (Oregon, Feb. 18) before suffering a season-ending injury...earned a medical redshirt. Prior To UH: Played two seasons at Grayson County College...went 11-0 on the mound in 2012 and earned all-conference honors. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Caufield Grammar School in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia...lettered in baseball...also golfed and played soccer and cricket. Personal: Born in Melbourne, Victoria...major is economics...mother is Cheryl Jones of Wantirna, Victoria.

Year

2013

22

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

0.00

0-0

1

0

0

0/0

0

2.2

1

0

0

0

4

0

0

0

9

.111

0

0

0

0

0

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SCOTT S

SQUIER S L Hand Pitcher Left 6-5 190 Junior 6 P Phoenix, Ariz. Greenway HS

2013 (Sophomore): Made 11 appearances on the mound with eight starts... finished the season with an 0-6 record and a 3.44 ERA...struck out 46 batters in 55.0 innings...struck out a career-high nine batters in 7.0 innings of scoreless work against No. 10 Rice (Feb. 22), allowing just four hits and walking just one batter...pitched a career-high nine innings, allowing just one run with six strikeouts versus Gonzaga (Mar. 11) but did not factor in the decision in 3-1 12-inning loss...started and pitched seven innings at UCLA (Apr. 9), allowing two earned runs on two hits with seven strikeouts...pitched six innings against No. 4 Cal State Fullerton (Apr. 27), allowing two runs and posting five strikeouts. 2012 (Freshman): Started 14 games on the mound with one relief appearance...pitched 64.1 innings on the season, going 3-4 with 55 strikeouts and posting a 2.72 ERA...in his second career start, he pitched six scoreless innings with six strikeouts for the win (Wagner, Feb. 25)...pitched 18 consecutive innings over three starts early in the season without allowing a run...tossed a career-high 8.0 scoreless innings with seven strikeouts in a win over Wichita State (Mar. 3)...allowed just one run while striking our five batters against Fresno State (Apr. 7)...worked 4.1 scoreless innings with four strikeouts to guide UH to a 1-0 win over New Mexico State (May 5). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Greenway High School in Phoenix, Ariz...four-year honor-roll student...member of 2011 Black Canyon Conference champions... earned Arizona all-state and all-region honors in 2010 and ‘11...named 2011 league Pitcher of the Year. Personal: Born in Napa Valley, Calif...major is sociology...has one brother... parents are Scott and Kelly Squier of Phoenix, Ariz.

Year

2012 2013 TOTAL

era

w-l

3.50 3-4 3.44 0-6 3.47 3-10

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

15 11 26

14 8 22

0 0 0

0/3 0/0 0/3

0 1 1

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

64.1 64 55.0 46 119.1 110

ip

30 24 54

25 21 46

30 55 18 46 48 101

13 8 21

1 3 4

1 2 3

294 240 534

.261 .234 .249

5 0 5

13 14 27

0 1 1

1 3 4

5 8 13

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Innings: 9.0 vs. Gonzaga (3/11/13)...Earned runs: 5 vs. Oregon (2/20/12)...Walks: 5 vs. Wagner (2/25/12)...Strikeouts: 9 vs. Rice (2/22/13)...Hits: 8 vs. Cal State Fullerton (4/27/13).

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39

TTREVOR

PODRATZ P C Catcher 5 5-11 235 Junior Temecula, Calif. T Chaparral HS

2013 (Sophomore): Played in 49 games with 42 starts at both catcher and designated hitter...batted .255 for the season with nine runs, 18 doubles, and six RBI...went on a late-season seven-game hitting streak...had a pair of hits and one RBI versus No. 5 Oregon (Feb. 16)...posted a two-RBI double in a pinch-hit appearance against Bradley at the Rebel Classic (Mar. 1)...batted 2-3 with an RBI against Wichita State (Mar. 21)...had one hit, a double, and a run scored in the series finale against Wichita State (Mar. 23), then followed that up with a career-high four-RBI performance versus UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 28) in UH’s Big West opener...recorded two hits at No. 8 UCLA (Apr. 9)... batted 2-2 with an RBI against Cal State Northridge (Apr. 21)...went 5-12 with two runs and two RBI in three games at Pacific (May 3-5)...equaled career-highs in hits (3) and RBI (4) at Fresno State (May 7). 2012 (Freshman): Played in 49 games with 46 starts, mainly as a designated hitter...batted .248 (40-161) with 22 runs and seven RBI...posted seven doubles and led the team with five homeruns...went on a seven-game earlyseason hitting streak...had eight multi-hit performances...batted 1-2 with two runs against Oregon (Feb. 19) in his first collegiate game...had two hits and a double in back-to-back games against San Francisco (Mar. 17 and 18)...had six hits, two runs, five RBI, along with a double and a homerun in the fourgame series at Gonzaga (Mar. 23-25)...went 3-4 with two runs, one RBI, and a double in UH’s WAC-opener against Fresno State (Apr. 5)...batted 3-4 with two RBI at San Jose State (Apr. 21)...hit 2-4 with one run, two RBI, and a homerun at Louisiana Tech (Apr. 26)...recorded a hit with two runs, two RBI, and a double as part of UH’s sweep of New Mexico State (May 4). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Chaparral High School...lettered three seasons in baseball...in 2010, named first team all-league and first team all-state...earned all-league honors his senior season...also received team Scholar-Athlete award in 2009...played four years of club ball for the San Diego Show...spent summer playing for the San Diego Waves of the Western Baseball Association... team played in California and traveled to Alaska and Kansas...qualified for National Baseball Congress World Series where they finished fourth. Personal: Born in La Jolla, Calif...major is nutrition in sports...has one sister and one brother...parents are Michael and Audrey Podratz of Temecula, Calif.

Year

2012 2013 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.250 49-46 .255 49-42 .252 98-88

avg

160 145 305

22 9 31

40 37 77

7 6 13

0 0 0

5 0 5

27 62 18 43 45 105

.388 .297 .344

13 14 27

12 5 17

52 30 82

5 8 13

.351 .339 .346

0 1 1

5 0 5

sb-att

po

a

0-0 0-1 0-1

13 215 228

0 26 26

e

fld%

0 1.000 4 .984 4 .984

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 2, 6x (last at Pacific, 5/3/13)...Hits: 3, 3x (last at Fresno State, 5/7/13)...RBI: 4, 2x (last at Fresno State, 5/7/13)...Doubles: 1, 13x (last at UC Riverside, 5/24/13)...Triples: None...Homeruns: 1, 5x (last at Sacramento State, 5/13/12)...Stolen bases: None.

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LLAWRENCE

CHEW C

L Hand Pitcher Left 6-1 205 Junior 6 Mililani, O‘ahu M Mid-Pacific Institute

2013 (Sophomore): Made 22 appearances, all out of the bullpen...posted a 5.23 ERA and finished with a 2-2 record and four saves...tossed 32.2 innings on the season...allowed 19 earned runs and recorded 14 strikeouts...worked 13 scoreless outings on the season...pitched scoreless ball in his first four outings, two against No. 5 Oregon and two against No. 10 Rice...tossed a season-high 3.2 innings against Cal State Northridge (Apr. 20), allowing two runs on two hits, with two strikeouts...worked 1.1 perfect innings to help UH to a 4-3 upset win over No. 4 Cal State Fullerton...earned saves in four of his last five outings...had two strikeouts in 2.1 innings of scoreless work to help UH to a 2-1 win at Pacific (May 3). 2012 (Freshman): Played in 22 games with three starts...finished with a 2.40 ERA in 45.0, innings allowing 12 earned runs and posting 28 strikeouts... went 2-3 on the season with three saves...worked 6.2 scoreless innings out of the bullpen, allowing just two hits against Wichita State (Mar. 4)...pitched 6.0 innings for a win against UC Davis (Apr. 1), allowing just one unearned run on two hits with three strikeouts...allowed no runs in nine straight outings... worked two perfect innings to pick up a save at San Jose State (Apr. 20)... pitched a perfect ninth inning for a save against Nevada (May 17). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu, O‘ahu...earned two letters in baseball...named to 2010 all-state and all-league first teams...a three-year member of ABD Academy...also was on the school honor roll. Personal: Born in Honolulu...major is finance...has one older sister...parents are Janice and Lawrence Chew of Mililani, O‘ahu.

Year

2012 2013 TOTAL

era

w-l

app

gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

2.40 5.23 3.59

2-3 2-2 4-5

22 22 44

3 0 3

0 0 0

0/2 0/0 0/2

3 4 7

45.0 32.2 77.2

34 31 65

14 20 34

12 19 31

6 10 16

28 14 42

5 4 9

0 0 0

3 0 3

177 143 320

.214 .252 .230

1 2 3

4 4 8

0 0 0

3 1 4

5 5 10

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Innings: 6.2 vs. Wichita State (3/4/12)...Earned runs: 7 at UNLV (3/4/13)...Walks: 3 vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/28/13)...Strikeouts: 3, 4x (last vs. Nevada, 5/18/12)...Hits: 3, 5x (last at UNLV, 3/4/13).

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BALDWIN B C Catcher/Outfield 6-1 195 Sophomore 6 Kailua, O‘ahu K Kailua HS

2013 (Freshman): Played in 19 games with eight starts...batted .211 with two runs, two RBI, and eight total bases...started at designated hitter against Rice (Feb. 24) and had two hits with a double and one run scored, then recorded a hit in a pinch-hit appearance the next day to go along with a stolen base... batted 2-4 with an RBI and a double versus Bradley (Mar. 1) at the Rebel Classic...posted a hit in back-to-back games at UNLV (Mar. 3 and 4). 2012: Redshirted. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Kailua High School in Kailua, O‘ahu...drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 49th round (1500) of the 2011 MLB First-Year Player draft...spent summer playing for the Paniolos of the Hawai‘i Collegiate Baseball League...team won league title. Personal: Born in Okinawa, Japan...major is sociology...has one sister...parents are Don and Diana Baldwin of Kailua, O‘ahu.

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r

h

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3b

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rbi

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.211

19-8

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8

3

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12

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 1, 2x (last at Cal Poly, 4/12/13)...Hits: 2, 2x (last vs. Bradley, 3/1/13)...RBI: 1, 2x (last vs. Loyola Marymount, 3/2/13)...Doubles: 1, 3x (last at UNLV, 3/3/13)...Triples: None...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: 1 vs. Rice (2/25/13).

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BREWSTER B

I Infield 6 6-2 205 Sophomore Huntington Beach, Calif. H Huntington Beach HS B 2013 (Freshman): Saw action in 15 games with seven starts...batted .138 with two runs, three RBI, and three walks...had a hit and an RBI in his second appearance (Oregon, Feb. 17)...had one hit, one RBI, and two walks versus UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 31)...posted one hit and one RBI and scored a run at Long Beach State (May 11)...went error-free on the season. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Huntington Beach HS in Huntington Beach, Calif...lettered three seasons in baseball...voted team MVP in both his freshman and sophomore years...batted .357 as a junior and .343 as a senior. Personal: Born in Apple Valley, Calif...major is business...has two sisters...parents are Barry and Beth Bettger of Huntington Beach, Calif.

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r

h

2b

3b

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rbi

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sf sh

2013

.138

15-7

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4

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0

0

3

4

.138

3

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8

0

.219

0

0

sb-att

po

a

e

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2

7

0 1.000

fld%

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Runs: 1, 2x (last at Long Beach State, 5/11/13)...Hits: 1, 4x (last at Long Beach State, 5/11/13)...RBI: 1, 3x (last at Long Beach State, 5/11/13)...Doubles: None...Triples: None...Homeruns: None...Stolen bases: None.

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ELMS E

R Right Hand Pitcher 6 6-2 260 Senior Potrero, Calif. P Mountain Empire HS Prior To UH: Attended Southwestern College in Chula Vista, Calif. for one year…played one year of baseball…team won a regional title while he was there…made the Dean’s List with a 4.0 GPA. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Mountain Empire High School in Pine Valley, Calif…lettered for four years in football, basketball, and baseball…part of the team that won the Citrus South Conference title in baseball from 2005-‘09 and in basketball in 2005…was a four-time first-team all-conference selection for baseball and two-time basketball and football selection…also named second team all-state and Mountain Empire’s Athlete of the Year…member of the Fellowship for Christian Athletes. Personal: Born in Escondido, Calif…major is kinesiology and rehabilitation sciences…wife is former Rainbow Wahine All-American softball player Kelly Majam-Elms…has two older brothers and one older sister…parents are Donal and Janelle Elms of Santee, Calif.

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JJORDAN DEPONTE R Right Hand Pitcher 6-1 6 200 Junior Salt Lake, O‘ahu S Yavapai CC

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Moanalua High School in Honolulu…lettered three seasons in baseball and one year in track and field…part of the team that won the 2011 league title…earned all-league and all-state honors in 2011…awarded all-state honorable-mention honors in 2010...named to all-West Coast in 2011 by Perfect Game...batted .418 with a 0.87 ERA in 2011. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…major is communications…has two younger brothers and one younger sister…parents are Michael DePonte of Honolulu, O‘ahu and Kellie DePonte of Kaneohe, O‘ahu.

CLOUGH C L Hand Pitcher Left 6-3 6 225 Junior Mission Viejo, Calif. M

Personal: Born in Mission Viejo, Calif...major is sociology…has one younger brother…parents are Scott and Stacy Clough of Mission Viejo, Calif.

EERIC

GLEESE G

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R Right Hand Pitcher 6-3 6 240 Junior Tracy, Calif. T Ohlone College Prior To UH: Played two seasons at Ohlone College in Fremont, Calif…part of the team that won league and regional titles in 2012…named first team all-league in 2013…started 10 games, going 6-2 with a 2.44 ERA and 50 strikeouts in 73 2/3 innings. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Merrill F. West High School in Tracy, Calif…lettered two seasons in baseball…earned second-team all-conference honors in 2012…tossed three complete games his senior season, going 4-1 with a 0.75 ERA in 28 innings pitched. Personal: Born in Pleasanton, Calif…major is sociology…has one older brother…parents are Rick and Janet Gleese of Tracy, Calif.

STEVEN S

P i To Prior T UH: UH Played Pl d two seasons at Yavapai Community College in Prescott, Ariz...part of the team that won the 2012 Arizona state championship… named by Perfect Game as a Top 200 JC prospect…in 2012, he posted a 1.80 ERA in 22 innings of work out of the bullpen.

BRYAN B

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo, Calif.…lettered two seasons in baseball…part of the team that won the 2009 CIF title…in 2010, he went 4-3 with a 3.15 ERA while recording 41 strikeouts in 38 innings…earned a 4.3 GPA in 2010…named a scholar athlete in 2009 and ‘10…won 2008 Junior Olympics in Arizona with Rowling’s Elite baseball club.

POLLAKOV P C Catcher 6-0 6 220 Chicago, Ill. C

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Pi T Prior To UH UH: Pl Playedd one season at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif…team was ranked as high as second in the state…studied abroad for one year in the Dominican Republic and trained with the Ramon “Papiro” Genao baseball school. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, Ill... lettered four seasons in baseball and golf for two…baseball team won 2008 regional title…earned first-team all-conference honors…as a senior, he batted .410 with 10 doubles, three homeruns, and 22 RBI…graduated with honors and was a member of the National Honor Society…as a sophomore, was ranked in the Top 25 among freshmen and sophomores for golf. Personal: Born in Park Ridge, Ill…major is philosophy, minor is Spanish… has an older sister…parents are Ron and Ruth Pollakov of Buffalo Grove, Ill.

Santa Ana College

Pi T Prior To UH: UH Played Pl d two seasons at Santa Ana College in Santa Ana, Calif… team advanced to the 2012 super regional…named second team all-conference in 2012…went 5-2 with a 3.41 ERA…named as a Scholar Athlete.

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RICHARTZ R

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O Outfield 6-0 210 Junior 6 Renton, Wash. Bellevue CC R

CHAYCE C

KA‘AUA K

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C Catcher/Infield 5-9 5 190 Freshman Hilo, Hawai‘i H Hilo HS

Prior To UH: Played for two seasons at Bellevue Community College in Washington where he was a second-team All-American selection…also earned first-team all-league and all-region honors…in his second season, he drove home 40 runs, stole 24 bases, and recorded 19 doubles.

Prep: A 2013 graduate d of Hilo High School in Hilo, Hawai‘i…lettered in baseball and football…part of the team that won the 2010 and ‘13 league titles…named to the first team all-league from 2009-12…batted over .400 in all four seasons…played nine years for the Hilo All-Stars that won two World Series titles…batted .632 in the 2011 World Series.

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Mercer Island High School in Washington…lettered four seasons in baseball…team won the 2010 King County Conference title…was a two-time first-team all-league selection and earned state academic honors as a sophomore.

Personal: Born in Hilo, Hawai‘i…intends to major in family resources… has one younger sister…parents are Rayce and Christy Ka‘aua of Popoukou, Hawai‘i.

Personal: Born in Renton, Wash...major is communications…has three brothers…parents are Jeffrey and Tracey Richartz of Renton, Wash.

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JONES J

O Outfield 5-11 5 195 Sophomore Vacaville, Calif. Sacramento City College V

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MILLER M

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O Outfield/First Base 6-2 6 205 Freshman San Diego, Calif. S Del Norte HS

Prior To UH: Played two seasons for Sacramento City College in Sacramento, Calif.

P Prep: A 2013 graduate d of Del Norte High School in San Diego, Calif…lettered three seasons in baseball… team won league titles in 2011 and ‘13… named first team all-state and was a two-time first-team all-valley selection… also a 2012 Union Tribe All-Academic team selection…recorded a .490 batting average and belted eight homeruns as a senior.

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Vanden High School in Fairfield, Calif…lettered three seasons in baseball…named all-league in ‘09 and honorable mention in ‘10…batted .451 as a junior and .379 as a senior.

Personal: Born in San Diego, Calif…intends to major in biological engineering…has one younger sister…parents are Milt and Lori Miller of Escondido, Calif.

Personal: Born in Vacaville, Calif…major is communications…has one older brother and one younger sister…brother, Jonathan, plays professionally in the Blue Jays organization…mother is Laverne Jones of Vacaville, Calif.

JJJ

KITAOKA K I Infield 5 5-10 185 Kona, Hawai‘i K

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P Prep: A 2013 graduate d of Konawaena High School in Kealakekua, Hawai‘i… lettered four seasons in baseball…team won league titles in 2011 and ‘12… three-time first-team all-league selection…named BIIF Player of the Year in 2011 and ‘12…played in 24 games as a senior and hit .434 with 24 RBI, 21 runs, and an on-base percentage of .495. Personal: Born in Kealakekua, Hawai‘i…major is undecided…has one younger brother…parents are Warren and Lisa Kitaoka of Kealakekua, Hawai‘i.

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CARDENAS C

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R Right Hand Pitcher 5-10 5 180 Freshman Manhattan Beach, Calif. M Mira Costa HS P Prep: A 2013 graduate d of Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, Calif…lettered for three years in baseball…part of the team that played in the Bay League championship…named second team all-state and league Pitcher of the Year in 2010…ranked in the Top 200 pitchers in the nation and Top 25 in California by Perfect Game in 2013…earned Rawlings honorablemention All-American honors in 2013…went 8-3 and had an ERA of 1.50 in 2013, setting single-season school records in wins (7-2) and ERA (2.08)… played one year for the Milwaukee Brewers Scout Team Elite. Personal: Born in Manhattan Beach, Calif…intends to major in communications…has one younger sister…parents are Gus and Anna Cardenas of Manhattan Beach, Calif.

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EECHAVIA

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L Hand Pitcher Left 6-1 6 195 Freshman Pleasanton, Calif. Amador Valley HS P Prep: A 2013 graduate of Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, Calif… lettered three seasons in baseball…team won 2013 CIF-NCS Division I title…named first team all-league and team MVP as a senior…went 7-3 with a 2.81 ERA that season while hitting .409 with three homeruns…graduated with a 3.5 GPA. Personal: Born in Pleasanton, Calif…intends to major in business…has one older and one younger sister…parents are Tony and Ann Echavia of Pleasanton, Calif.

BRYCE B

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L Hand Pitcher Left 5-10 205 Freshman 5 Kailua, O‘ahu Kailua HS K Prep: A 2013 graduate of Kailua High School in Kailua, O‘ahu…lettered one season in baseball at ‘Iolani School and two years at Kailua High School… won 2012 OIA Championship…earned all-state honors as a senior and was an honorable-mention selection his junior season…recorded 35 IP with a 2.50 ERA as a senior…career-high was 14 strikeouts in 6 2/3 IP. Personal: Born in Kailua, O‘ahu…intends to major in business…has one older sister…parents are Gene and Melanie Ah-Sam of Kailua, O‘ahu.

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MARCUS M

DOI D

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I Infield/Outfield 5-11 195 Freshman 5 Honolulu, O‘ahu H Mid-Pacific IInstitute Prep: A 2013 graduate of Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu, O‘ahu…lettered four years in baseball…team won the league title twice and a state championship his senior season…was a first-team all-league and all-state selection his senior season, adn was named state Player of the Year. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…intends to major in business…has one older and one younger brother…parents are George and Myrna Doi of Honolulu, O’ahu.

MARC M

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R Right Hand Pitcher 6 6-2 180 Freshman San Diego, Calif. S San Dieguito Academy P Prep: A 2013 graduate d of San Dieguito Academy in Encinitas, Calif…lettered three seasons in baseball…team won 2012 East Avocado League title and finished second in the state…earned first-team all-league and all-state honors in 2013…named 2012 Valley League Pitcher of the Year…as a senior, he went 9-1 with a 0.99 ERA in 78 innings pitched…also earned all-academic honors as a junior and senior, and played three years for the San Diego Gamers. Personal: Born in San Diego, Calif…intends to major in business…has one younger sister and one younger brother…parents are Greg and Donna Vela of Carlsbad, Calif.

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Air Force Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Birmingham Southern Bradley Brigham Young Brown California Cal Poly Cal Poly-Pomona Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Northridge Centenary Central Michigan Chapman Chicago State Citadel Coastal Carolina Colorado State Concordia Cornell Creighton Dartmouth David Lipscomb Davidson Florida Florida International Florida State Fordham Fresno State Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Gonzaga Grambling State Grand Canyon Hawai‘i-Hilo Hawai‘i Pacific Illinois Illinois-Chicago Circle Indiana State Iona Iowa Iowa State Kansas Lewis-Clark State Long Beach State Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola Marymount Maine Massachusetts Mercer Mesa State Miami (FL) Michigan Middle Tennessee State Minnesota Mississippi State Missouri Murray State Nebraska

W 24 2 10 18 4 1 0 42 2 26 7 15 3 5 6 12 8 2 0 7 3 4 27 1 13 6 2 4 1 0 3 9 2 51 2 2 11 2 10 108 27 1 2 3 4 1 12 4 11 3 1 31 2 29 2 1 3 2 2 0 1 2 9 1 15 15

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L 7 2 10 29 4 0 1 30 0 22 9 13 1 10 2 24 0 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 9 0 81 1 2 10 0 3 20 2 3 0 1 0 1 2 1 10 7 0 26 1 10 1 0 1 0 3 2 0 2 6 1 4 7

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .774 .500 .500 .382 .500 1.000 .000 .581 1.000 .541 .438 .536 .750 .333 .750 .250 1.000 .500 .000 1.000 600. .667 .964 1.000 .929 .857 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 1.000 .386 .667 .500 .524 1.000 .769 .844 .931 .250 1.000 .750 1.000 .500 .929 .800 .524 .333 1.000 .544 .667 .744 .667 1.000 .750 1.000 .400 .000 1.000 .500 .667 .500 .789 .682

Last Mtg. 2010 2005 2007 2010 2006 2002 2013 2002 1992 2005 2013 1992 1979 2013 1980 2013 2011 2012 1987 2007 2010 2009 1992 1984 1987 1991 1992 1979 1991 2000 2004 2005 1989 2013 2007 1990 2013 2012 1998 2008 2006 1993 1978 1989 1990 1983 1979 2006 2003 2013 2005 2012 2001 2013 1990 1973 1974 1978 1997 2008 1991 2009 2009 1980 1991 1998

Opponent Nebraska-Kearney (St.) Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State North Carolina Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pacific Lutheran Pepperdine Portland Portland State Purdue Rice Sacramento State St. John’s St. Mary’s (CA) St. Mary’s (MN) San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Shippensburg (PA) South Florida Southeastern Louisiana Southern California Southern California College Spring Arbor College Stanford Texas Texas A&M Texas Arlington Texas Christian Texas-El Paso Texas-Pan American Toledo Tulane UC Irvine UCLA UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UNLV U.S. International Utah Utah Valley Valparaiso Vanderbilt Wagner Washington Washington State Western Illinois Westmont Wichita State Winthrop Wright State Wyoming Bold denotes 2014 opponent

W 8 32 55 20 7 3 2 0 15 2 12 18 17 2 8 3 15 3 10 54 1 13 4 7 78 13 1 57 15 1 1 1 25 5 5 10 2 2 0 6 42 1 2 9 6 31 6 1 13 17 5 26 3 1 18 5 14 21 7 1 24 1 5 30

L 0 35 24 11 1 1 0 1 13 0 10 7 4 1 2 4 4 0 36 29 0 7 0 1 67 10 1 40 9 0 0 1 28 1 1 18 5 1 1 14 5 0 0 2 18 25 2 4 7 13 0 9 4 2 2 0 7 12 0 1 23 3 0 5

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 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

Pct. 1.000 .478 .696 .645 .875 .750 1.000 .000 .536 1.000 .545 .720 .833 .667 .800 .429 .789 1.000 .217 .651 1.000 .650 1.000 .875 .538 .526 .500 .588 .625 1.000 1.000 .500 .472 .833 .833 .357 .286 .667 .000 .300 .894 1.000 1.000 .818 .333 .554 .750 .200 .650 .567 1.000 .742 .429 .333 .900 1.000 .667 .636 1.000 .500 .511 .250 1.000 .857

Last Mtg. 1983 2012 1999 2012 1993 1999 1990 1956 1982 1990 2013 2010 2007 1982 2000 2011 1995 1986 2013 2012 1980 2012 1982 2010 2006 2012 1975 2012 2009 1985 2005 1992 2010 1976 1976 2010 2011 1986 2006 2001 1985 1980 1975 1993 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 1982 1999 2009 2011 1981 2012 2009 2005 2006 1976 2013 2005 2006 1992

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942-45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

Overall 2-1 5-5 4-7 7-5 2-9 12-5 8-7 8-4 3-11 7-2 1-10 3-6-1 6-4 4-1 No Team 9-2 5-6 No Team 3-9 No Teams 3-4 7-4 18-3 21-9 12-6 8-4 3-7 3-9 3-16 5-14 26-18 27-19-1 12-19 8-20 17-23 13-14-1 11-9-2 8-13 No Team 6-5 13-14 10-21 8-20 8-8 No Team

Collegiate 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-3 0-2 -

Coach Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Otto Klum Luke Gill Luke Gill Tom Kaulukukui Jesse James Kelly Tom Kaulukukui Tom Kaulukukui Tom Kaulukukui Toku Tanaka Toku Tanaka Toku Tanaka Jimmy Asato Dr. Tom Ige Toku Tanaka Toku Tanaka Toku Tanaka Toku Tanaka Toku Tanaka Henry Tominaga Henry Tominaga Henry Tominaga Jyun Hirota Jyun Hirota Henry Tominaga Henry Tominaga Henry Tominaga Dick Kitamura

Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Collegiate 0-4 1-3 1-7 6-11 25-13 29-12 43-13 38-14-1 69-15 60-18 50-16 55-16 47-20 48-22-1 56-31 43-24 45-19 40-21-1 40-27 37-24-1 51-18 49-14 34-25 28-28 30-24 29-26 22-34 34-22 37-20 28-28 29-27 16-40 30-26 31-24 28-27 45-17 34-25 29-31 32-26 35-28 34-25 30-25 16-35

Conf./Finish 19-5/1st 10-5/2nd Southern 17-7/1st Southern 17-7/2nd Southern 18-6/1st Southern 15-9/2nd Southern 15-9/2nd Southern 21-2/1st Western 21-6-1/3rd 18-10/3rd 17-10-1/4th 22-5/1st 20-6/1st 11-13/4th Western 8-16/5th 12-17/6th Western 12-18/5th Western 14-16/4th Western 12-18/4th Western 15-14/5th 15-15/4th 16-20/6th 5-25/6th 11-19/4th 13-16/4th 15-14/3rd 17-6/2nd/2nd 11-13/4th 18-14/3rd 11-12/5th 12-12/4th 17-7/1st 10-8/4th 11-16/7th

Collegiate: 1484-935-4 Western Athletic Conference: 482-393-2

Coach Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Les Murakami Carl Furutani* Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso Mike Trapasso *Acting head coach Big West Conference: 11-16

UH Sports Circle of Honor inductee Otto Klum was the first baseball coach at the University, mentoring the program from 1923-36.

Les Murakami enjoyed the longest and most successful run of any Hawai‘i baseball head coach. He recorded 1,079 wins during his 30-year tenure. OTTO KLUM

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INDIVIDUAL HITTING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL HITTING BATTING AVERAGE Season (min. 100 at-bats) .417 ___________ Greg Oniate, 1981 .399 __________Mario Monico, 1984 .398 ________ Robert Medeiros, 1997 .398 __________Mario Monico, 1985 .395 ____________ Thad Reece, 1979 .393 ____________ Tim Albert, 1991 .391 _________ Charles Jackson, 1984 .389 ________ Brandon Haislet, 2008 .389 ________ Kenny Harrison, 1993 .389 __________Bill Blanchette, 1992 Career (min. 300 at-bats) .367 _______ Mario Monico, 1982-85 .363 ______Brandon Haislet, 2007-08 .361 ______ Charles Jackson, 1982-84 .358 ________ Kolten Wong, 2009-11 .355 __________ Joey Meyer, 1982-83 .353 _________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 .353 _________ Justin Frash, 2006-07 .348 ________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 .342 ______ Kenny Harrison, 1990-93 .341 _______ Bill Blanchette, 1990-92

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Season (min. 100 at-bats) .723 ____________John Matias, 1988 .685 ___________ Greg Oniate, 1981 .643 ________ Robert Medeiros, 1997 .640 __________Mario Monico, 1985 .633 ___________ Kris Sanchez, 2007 .632 __________ Glenn Braggs, 1983 .625 ________ Kenny Harrison, 1993 .624 _________ Markus Owens, 1986 .621 ____________ Joey Meyer, 1983 .620 __________ Gregg Omori, 2001 Career (min. 300 at-bats) .591 __________ Joey Meyer, 1982-83 .572 _________ John Matias, 1985-89 .563 ________ Kolten Wong, 2009-11 .559 __________Franz Yuen, 1991-94 .552 _________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 .546 ________ Kris Sanchez, 2006-07 .544 ______ Charles Jackson, 1982-84 .541 ______Brandon Haislet, 2007-08 .529 ________ Gregg Omori, 2001-02 .528 _______ Mario Monico, 1982-85

MOST AT-BATS Game 9__ Sean Montplaisir at San Jose State, 4/4/08 Season 308____________ Todd Crosby, 1985 301_______________Rick Bass, 1981 297____________ Sam Kakazu, 1979 297_______________Rick Bass, 1980 286_____________ Thad Reece, 1979 279_____________ Thad Reece, 1980 275_____________Dan Nyssen, 1987 274___________ Collin Tanabe, 1980 272______________ Kelsey Isa, 1985 268____________Ron Nomura, 1979 Career 990____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 970__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 867________ Randy Oyama, 1984-88

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834________ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 820________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 810_______ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 809_____ Jeff Van Doornum, 2008-11 805______ Pi‘ikea Kitamura, 2010-13 798________Curt Watanabe, 1976-79 768__________ Dan Nyssen, 1985-87

MOST RUNS SCORED Game 7__ Michael Dartt at Air Force, 4/8/99 Season 99________________Rick Bass, 1979 97______________ Thad Reece, 1979 91________________Rick Bass, 1980 90_____________ Todd Crosby, 1985 82____________Mario Monico, 1984 81______________ Thad Reece, 1980 79___________ Curt Watanabe, 1979 73____________Mario Monico, 1985 72___________Todd Takayoshi, 1989 70___________ Charles Jackson, 1984 Career 278____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 270__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 256________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 209_______ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 200_________ Todd Crosby, 1984-86 194_________ Randy Inaba, 1982-85 182________ Randy Oyama, 1984-88 182_________ Ross Kagawa, 1985-89 178________Curt Watanabe, 1976-79 174__________ John Matias, 1985-89

MOST HITS Game 6__ Michael Dartt at Air Force, 4/8/99 Season 113_____________ Thad Reece, 1979 112__________ Curt Watanabe, 1979 105___________Mario Monico, 1985 104_______________Rick Bass, 1980 102_______________Rick Bass, 1979 102____________ Todd Crosby, 1985 97____________ Collin Tanabe, 1980 97____________Mario Monico, 1984 89__________ Brandon Haislet, 2008 89_____________Kolten Wong, 2010 Career 319____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 317__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 301________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 278________ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 269__________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 269_______ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 266________Curt Watanabe, 1976-79 249________ Randy Oyama, 1984-88 245_________ Kolten Wong, 2009-11 240_____ Jeff Van Doornum, 2008-11

23_____________ Greg Oniate, 1982 22__________ Brandon Haislet, 2008 22____________Mario Monico, 1985 22____________ Collin Tanabe, 1981 22____________ Collin Tanabe, 1980 Career 66___________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 60___________Matt Inouye, 2003-06 60_________ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 60_________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 55________ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 49_____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 49___________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 49______ Howard Dashefsky, 1979-82 51______ Jeff Van Doornum, 2008-11 47_______Mark McWherter, 1985-89 47__________ Kolten Wong, 2009-11

MOST TRIPLES Game 2__by many, last by Darren Blakely vs. Wright State, 3/26/98 Season 12______________Dan Nyssen, 1987 10______________ Franz Yuen, 1994 10____________ Collin Tanabe, 1979 10___________ Curt Watanabe, 1977 10_______________ Paul Mize, 1976 10_______________ Paul Mize, 1975 8_________________Rick Bass, 1979 8______________ Scott Craven, 1992 7_____________ Collin Tanabe, 1980 7________________Brian Hart, 1989 7______________ Ross Kagawa, 1989 7_______________John Matias, 1987 7________________ Jason Ross, 1994 7_______________ Jon Hansen,1979

Career 22_____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 22____________Franz Yuen, 1991-94 22_________Curt Watanabe, 1976-79 21___________ Dan Nyssen, 1985-87 20_________ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 17___________ John Matias, 1985-89 16____________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-00 16____________ Jason Ross, 1994-96 16__________ Corey Ishigo, 1992-95

MOST HOME RUNS Game 3_ Jon Hansen at Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/2/79 Wade Mauricio at Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/4/79 Mario Monico vs. Utah, 5/17/85 Mark McWherter at BYU, 5/6/88 Kolten Wong vs. LMU, 3/15/09 Season 16______________ Joey Meyer, 1983 15______________John Matias, 1988 14_________Kevin MacDonald, 2009 14________ Jeff Van Doornum, 2010 13__________ Vinnie Catricala, 2009 12______________John Matias, 1989 11_____________Kolten Wong, 2009 11____________ Gregg Omori, 2001 11____________ Glenn Braggs, 1983 10_____________ Kris Sanchez, 2007 Career 30___________ John Matias, 1985-89 25__________ Kolten Wong, 2009-11 24___________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 24______ Kevin MacDonald, 2007-10 23____________ Joey Meyer, 1982-83 23______ Jeff Van Doornum, 2008-11 20_________Markus Owens, 1985-87 20________Vinnie Catricala, 2007-09

MOST DOUBLES Game 3______ by many, last by Evan Zimny vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 3/18/07 Season 25___________ Charles Jackson, 1984 25____________ Gregg Omori, 2001 24______________ Thad Reece, 1979 23_____________ Kris Sanchez, 2007 23____________Mario Monico, 1984

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INDIVIDUAL HITTING RECORDS 68___________ Markus Owens, 1987 67____________Mario Monico, 1984 64______________ Steve Otani, 1989 63_____________ Randy Inaba, 1985 61______________ Vern Ramie, 1979 60___________ Markus Owens, 1986 60___________ Chuck Jackson, 1984 60____________Mario Monico, 1983 Career 240________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 204__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 204________ Randy Oyama, 1984-88 195_______ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 188_________ Randy Inaba, 1982-85 184____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 176__________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 156__________ Steve Otani, 1988-91 155_________ Todd Crosby, 1984-86 153_________ Kimo Perkins, 1978-81

41_____________ Ross Kagawa, 1988 39________________Rick Bass, 1980 38______________ Thad Reece. 1980 36___________ Kevin Williams, 1980 34______________ Thad Reece, 1979 34____________Sean Takamori, 1999 33________________Rick Bass, 1978 33______________Terry Derby, 1982 33______________Terry Derby, 1983 33___________ Darren Blakely, 1998 33______________John Matias, 1989 Career 132____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 114__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 112_________ Ross Kagawa, 1985-89 72________ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 71_________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 71_______ Robert Medeiros, 1994-97 70___________ John Matias, 1985-89 66___________ Terry Derby, 1982-83 65________ Kevin Williams, 1979-80 64__________ Neal Honma, 1995-98

MOST STRIKEOUTS Inning 2______________________ by many Game 5___ Terry Derby vs. Arizona, 2/24/83 Isaac Omura vs. Sacramento St., 3/1/05 Season 64________ Jeff Van Doornum, 2011 61_________ Tim Montgomery, 2001 55_________ Tim Montgomery, 2002 55________ Jeff Van Doornum, 2010 55_____________ Zack Swasey, 2011 53__________Sean Montplaiser, 2011 52______________ Max Duval, 2012 52____________Trevor Podratz, 2012 52_________Kevin MacDonald, 2009 50______ Jeffrey Van Doornum, 2008 Career 209_____ Jeff Van Doornum, 2008-11 160_____ Tim Montgomery, 2001-03 159_____ Kevin MacDonald, 2007-10 142_________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 138______ Sean Montplaisir, 2008-11 131__________Matt Inouye, 2003-06 122__________ John Matias, 1985-89 116_______ Jody Napuunoa, 1993-96 114______Mark McWherter, 1985-89 111________ Randy Oyama, 1984-88 111______ Deron Moreland, 1988-91 111________ Darren Blakely, 1996-98

MOST HIT-BY-PITCHES

KOLTEN WONG 18________ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 18____________Franz Yuen, 1991-94

MOST RUNS BATTED IN Inning 5___ Mario Monico vs. Utah, 5/17/85 Steve Morris vs. Cornell, 3/26/87 John Matias vs. New Mexico, 4/22/89 Game 10__ Mario Monico vs. Utah, 5/17/85 Season 78_________ Mark McWherter, 1989 77____________Mario Monico, 1985 75___________ Curt Watanabe, 1979 75___________ Charles Jackson, 1984 70____________ Collin Tanabe, 1981 69_____________ Randy Inaba, 1985 67___________Todd Takayoshi, 1989 66_____________ Kris Sanchez, 2007 64____________ Collin Tanabe, 1980 64_____________ Greg Oniate, 1981 64_____________ Todd Crosby, 1985 62______________ Joey Meyer, 1983 60_________ Kevin Macdonald, 2009 60____________ Glenn Braggs, 1983 60_____________ Greg Oniate, 1983 60______________Dan Nyssen, 1986 60____________ Randy Oyama, 1987 Career 237__________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 209________ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 203_______ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 195________ Randy Oyama, 1984-88 187_________ Randy Inaba, 1982-85 179________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 166______Mark McWherter, 1985-89 164__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 161____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80

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157__________ John Matias, 1985-89

MOST TOTAL BASES Inning 8___ Mario Monico vs. Utah, 5/17/85 Mark McWherter at BYU, 5/6/88 Game 15__ Mario Monico vs. Utah, 5/17/85 Season 169___________Mario Monico, 1985 142___________ Gregg Omori, 2001 138____________ Kris Sanchez, 2007 137________ Mark McWherter, 1989 134_________ Brandon Haislet, 2008 134____________ Todd Crosby, 1985 133____________Kolten Wong, 2010 132____________Kolten Wong, 2009 132__________Todd Takayoshi, 1991 131__________ Markus Owens, 1986 Career 433________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 424____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 423________ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 421__________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 400_______ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 396__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 385_________ Kolten Wong, 2009-11 370_____ Jeff Van Doornum, 2008-11 364__________ John Matias, 1985-89 349________ Randy Oyama, 1984-88

MOST STOLEN BASES Inning 2______________________ by many Game 5_ Terry Derby vs. Kearney St., 3/6/83 Season 50________________Rick Bass, 1979

Game 2______________________ by many Season 26___________ Darren Blakely, 1998 22____________Robbie Wilder, 2006 17____________ Chris Garnett, 1996 15__________ Matthew Inouye, 2004 15____________ Jonathan Hee, 2008 13________________Rick Bass, 1980 13____________Sean Takamori, 1999 12__________ Matthew Inouye, 2006 12____________Trevor Podratz, 2012 11___________ Collin Bennett, 2012 11_______________ Sy Farinas, 1993 11____________ Matt Wheeler, 1998 11_____________ Corey Miller, 1999 11________Creighton Kahoali‘i, 2004 11__________ Brandon Haislet, 2008 Career 37_________ Darren Blakely, 1996-98 35___________Matt Inouye, 2003-06 31_________ Robbie Wilder, 2004-06 27___________ Steve Otani, 1988-91 26______________ Jon Hee, 2004-08 23____________Tyler Cheff, 1990-94 22________ Schafer Magana, 2002-05 20___________Lars Hansen, 1996-99 20________Brandon Haislet, 2007-08 20______ Kevin MacDonald, 2007-10 20_______ Sean Montplaisir, 2008-11 20_______ Pi‘ikea Kitamura, 2010-13 20_________ Collin Bennett, 2010-12

MOST SACRIFICE BUNTS

MOST WALKS Inning 2______________________ by many Game 5 Kimo Perkins vs. Vanderbilt, 2/28/81 ____ Ryan Kato vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/6/88 Rocky Russo vs. Wichita State, 2/22/03 Season 78_____________ Todd Crosby, 1985 76____________Mario Monico, 1985 71____________ Kimo Perkins, 1981 71________________Rick Bass, 1979

Game 3 Brian Bock vs. San Francisco, 3/5/03 Season 21____________ Michael Dartt, 1999 15__________ Andrew Sansaver, 2004 14_____________ Ross Kagawa, 1989 14______________ Jon Hansen, 1979 13________________Rick Bass, 1980 13____________ Keoni Hansen, 1996 13__________ Andrew Sansaver, 2003 13________________ Jon Viela, 1991 12______________ Steve Otani, 1989 12___________Schafer Magana, 2005 12________________Rick Bass, 1979 Career 40_________ Michael Dartt, 1996-99 34___________ Steve Otani, 1988-91 29________ Schafer Magana, 2002-05

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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING RECORDS 29_________ Derek DuPree, 2005-07 28__________ Ross Kagawa, 1985-89 28_______ Andrew Sansaver, 2003-04 24_____________ Jon Viela, 1988-91 21___________ Greg Garcia, 2008-10 20_________ Randy Vollmer, 1990-92 20____________ Jaime Ahu, 1993-96

MOST SACRIFICE FLIES Game 2_ by many, last by Pi‘ikea Kitamura at New Mexico State, 5/21/11 Season 21_____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 Career 21_____________ Rick Bass, 1977-80 19___________Greg Oniate, 1980-83 18__________ Todd Crosby, 1984-86 16_________ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 15__________ Randy Inaba, 1982-85 14___________ Jon Hansen, 1977-79 13_______Derron Moreland, 1988-91 13________ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 13________ Jody Napuunoa, 1993-96 12__________ Kimo Perkins, 1978-81 12___________ Lance Belen, 1982-84 12_________ Mario Monico, 1982-85 12_________Larry Gonzales, 1986-88 12_______ Pi‘ikea Kitamura, 2010-13

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING MOST INNINGS PITCHED Game 15_ Gerald Ako vs. Florida St., 4/4/77 Season 174.1 _________Derek Tatsuno, 1979 144.1 _________Bill Blanchette, 1991 137.1 ________ Mike Campbell, 1985 137.0 _______ Andrew McNally, 1993 136.1 __________ Chuck Crim, 1980 133.1 ____________ Scott Karl, 1992 128.2 __________ Chuck Crim, 1982 126.2 _________ Bobby Moore, 1994 126.0 ___________Matt Apana, 1993 124.1 ___________ Gerald Ako, 1977 Career 402.1 ______ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 382.0 _Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ‘97 366.2 _______ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 356.2 ________ Gerald Ako, 1974-77 346.0 ________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 337.2 ______ Brady Perreira, 1989-92 328.1 _________ Matt Sisto, 2009-12 327.0 _________ Scott Karl, 1990-92 325.0 _______ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 314.1 _______Bruce Walton, 1982-85

MOST EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Inning 9__ Rocky Ynclan at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 12_David Smith vs. Wichita St., 4/13/81 Season 74_________ Robbie Robinson, 1997 71____________ Bruce Walton, 1985 69__________ Andrew McNally, 1994 68____________ Bobby Moore, 1994 66____________ Norman Holt, 1998

65__________Greg Burlingame, 1985 61____________ Mark Johnson, 1996 60_____________Chris George, 2002 60___________ Mike Campbell, 1985 59_____________ Chuck Crim, 1981 59_________ Robbie Robinson, 1996 Career 205___Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97 194______ Robbie Robinson, 1994-97 175_________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 168__________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 161_________Bruce Walton, 1982-85 161___________ Jeff Vierra, 1985-89 151___________ Matt Sisto, 2009-12 146_________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 146_____Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000 142_________ Mark Furtak, 1985-87

MOST TOTAL RUNS ALLOWED Inning 9__ Rocky Ynclan at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 12_David Smith vs. Wichita St., 4/13/81 Season 89_________ Robbie Robinson, 1997 79__________ Andrew McNally, 1994 77____________ Bobby Moore, 1994 77______________ Paul Ah Yat, 1996 75____________ Mark Johnson, 1996 73____________ Norman Holt, 1988 73___________ Sean Yamashita, 2001 72______________ Rich Snider, 2000 71_____________ Chuck Crim, 1981 70_____________Chris George, 2002 Career 241___ Andrew McNally 1993-95, ’97 230______ Robbie Robinson, 1994-97 211_________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 209__________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 199_________Bruce Walton, 1982-85 192_________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 191___________ Jeff Vierra, 1985-89 179___________ Matt Sisto, 2009-12 178_____Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000 170_________ Mark Furtak, 1985-87 170________ Brady Perreira, 1989-92

MOST-HIT BATTERS Inning 3____ Ross Hayashi vs. USC, 2/18/84 Colby Kashimoto vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 1/26/93 Paul Ah Yat at CS Northridge, 3/12/96 Game 4__Keith Ishibashi vs. UCLA, 2/16/87 Chris Garnett vs. Washington, 2/19/93 Season 17_______________Jamie Aloy, 2000 15______________Matt Apana, 1993 15_____________ Jeff Coleman, 2001 14___________ Chad Giannetti, 2001 13______________Scott Squier, 2012 13____________ Mark Johnson, 1996 13_________Daven Hermosura, 1997 13______________Ricky Bauer, 2002 13_____________Chris George, 2002 13_______________ Josh Slaats, 2010 12____________ Mark Johnson, 1995 12______________Ricky Bauer, 2003 12_____________Chris George, 2003

CHUCK CRIM 12____________ Keahi Rawlins, 2003 12____________ Clary Carlsen, 2004 Career 44___________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 33_________ Mark Johnson, 1994-96 33_______ Robbie Robinson, 1994-97 32__________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 31____Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97 27___________ Scott Squier, 2012-13 26________ Sean Yamashita, 1999-02 26___________ Gerald Ako, 1974-77 26____ Kamuela Binkie, 1994, ‘96-98 25__________ Chris George, 2002-03

119__________ Mike Campbell, 1984 115___________Levon Largusa, 1990 Career 541________ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 332_______ Bryan Duquette, 1980-82 304___Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97 298_______ Mike Campbell, 1983-85 290_________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 278__________ Gerald Ako, 1974-77 278___________ Scott Karl, 1990-92 269________ Mark Johnson, 1994-96 245________ Levon Largusa, 1990-92 231_________ Mark Olmos, 1977-80

MOST STRIKEOUTS

MOST HITS

Inning 4_____ Rocky Ynclan vs. Colorado St., (4/15/89) Game 20 Derek Tatsuno vs. Oregon, 5/20/78 Season 234___________Derek Tatsuno, 1979 161___________Derek Tatsuno, 1978 146___________Derek Tatsuno, 1979 146______________ Scott Karl, 1992 145__________ Mike Campbell, 1985 132___________ Mark Johnson, 1996 127_________ Bryan Duquette, 1980 123___________ Steven Wright, 2006

Inning 8____ Mitchell Miyoshi vs. Arizona St. 1/29/93 Game 19_Andrew McNally at SJSU, 2/28/97 Season 157___________ Bruce Walton, 1985 145___________Bill Blanchette, 1991 137_________ Andrew McNally, 1993 135_________Greg Burlingame, 1985 132_____________ Rich Snider, 2000 128____________ Chuck Crim, 1981 128_________ Andrew McNally, 1994 124__________ Mike Campbell, 1985

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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING RECORDS 124________ Robbie Robinson, 1997 123___________ Norman Holt, 1988 Career 435___Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97 410__________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 374______ Robbie Robinson, 1994-97 370_________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 365___________ Matt Sisto, 2009-12 365_________Bruce Walton, 1982-85 358_________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 349________ Brady Perreira, 1989-92 323______ David Smith, 1979-81, ‘83 312___________ Jeff Vierra, 1985-89 306_______Randon Ho, 1996, ‘98-00

MOST BASES-ON-BALLS Inning 5 Carl Furutani vs. Spring Arbor, 4/5/76 Guy Ogawa vs. U.S. Int’l, 4/1/82 Game 12 Chuck Crim at San Diego St., 5/7/82 Career 192________ Levon Largusa, 1990-92 160_______ Mike Campbell, 1983-85 156_________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 149_____Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000 145_________ Ross Hayashi, 1981-84 144__________ Guy Ogawa, 1982-86 137___________ Scott Karl, 1990-92 134________ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 133_______ Bryan Duquette, 1980-82 132________ Brady Perreira, 1989-92

MOST WILD PITCHES Inning 3___ Greg Burlingame vs. Portland St., 2/27/85 Mike Reitzel vs. BYU, 3/7/87 Matt Apana vs. Grand Canyon, 4/19/91 Randon Ho at Rice, 4/23/00 Game 5__Andrew McNally at SJSU, 2/28/97

Season 18__________Greg Burlingame, 1985 15____________ Mark Johnson, 1996 15___________ Dusty Bergman, 1997 14____________Levon Largusa, 1990 13___________ Dusty Bergman, 1998 12___________ Mike Campbell, 1985 12______________ Paul Brown, 1987 12___________ Patrick McNair, 1998 11_____________Chris George, 2003 11_____________Chris George, 2002 11____________Bill Blanchette, 1992 11_______________ Scott Karl, 1992 Career 35________ Dusty Bergman, 1997-99 29_______ Greg Burlingame, 1983-87 29_________ Levon Largusa, 1990-92 24_________ Mark Johnson, 1994-96 24____Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97 23__________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 23____________ Scott Karl, 1990-92 23______Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000 22__________ Chris George, 2002-03 21___________ Guy Ogawa, 1982-86 21_________ Brady Perreira, 1989-92

MOST BALKS Inning 2____William Quaglieri vs. Fresno St., 4/9/01 Steven Wright at San Jose St., 4/20/05 Season 5_____________ Aaron Pribble, 2002 5_____________ Steven Wright, 2005 4__________ William Quaglieri, 2002 3____________ Stephen Bryant, 2005 3_______________Randon Ho, 1996 3____________ Dusty Bergman, 1997 3___________ Wakon Childers, 2001 3_____________ Aaron Pribble, 2001 3_____________ Bruce Walton, 1983 3______________Sam Spangler, 2010

3______________ Alex Capaul, 2010 Career 8_________Aaron Pribble, 1999-2002 6_______ William Quaglieri, 2001-02 6__________ Steven Wright, 2004-06 5_________ Dusty Bergman, 1997-99 4________ Robbie Robinson, 1994-97 4_________ Troy Yoshimasu, 1996-99 3___________________ seven players

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Season (Min 20 innings) 1.05 ____________Gene Smith, 1978 1.14 _________ Brent Harrison, 2012 1.18 ____________ Gerald Ako, 1976 1.30 ___________Lenny Linsky, 2011 1.35 _________ Larry Gonzales, 1988 1.45 __________Derek Tatsuno, 1978 1.45 ______Darrell Fisherbaugh, 2005 1.58 __________ Richard Olsen, 1976 1.64 ___________Lenny Linsky, 2010 1.71 _______ Derek Shigematsu, 1975 Career (Min 50 innings) 2.00 _________ Gerald Ako, 1974-77 2.04 _______ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 2.44 _____ David Smith, 1979-81, ‘83 2.62 _______ Richard Olsen, 1976-78 2.93 __________ Ben Flores, 1975-76 2.99 ______ Bryan Duquette, 1980-82 3.01 _______ Bill Blanchette, 1990-92 3.12 _______ Steven Wright, 2004-06 3.29 ________ Mark Olmos, 1977-80 3.30 __________ Joey Vierra, 1986-87

WINS Season 20____________Derek Tatsuno, 1979 15_____________ Chuck Crim, 1980 14_______________ Scott Karl, 1992 13______________ Gerald Ako, 1975 13____________ Brady Perreira, 1992 12____________ Rocky Ynclan, 1987 11____________ Steven Wright, 2006 11______________Matt Apana, 1993 11______________ Joey Vierra, 1986 11__________ Bryan Duquette, 1982 11 _________ Bryan Duquette, 1980 11_____________ David Smith, 1980 11______________Gene Smith, 1979 11______________ Gerald Ako, 1977 11____________Derek Tatsuno, 1977 Career 40_________ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 34___________ Gerald Ako, 1974-77 34__________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 31________ Bryan Duquette, 1980-82 30__________ David Smith, 1979-83 30_________ Brady Perreira, 1989-92 27____________ Scott Karl, 1990-92 26__________ Mark Olmos, 1977-80 26__________Bruce Walton, 1982-85 24______Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000

LOSSES

ANDREW MCNALLY

Season 10_________ Robbie Robinson, 1997 9____________ Sean Yamashita, 2002 9_______________Ricky Bauer, 2002 9____________ Sean Yamashita, 2001 9_______________ Rich Snider, 2000

8____________ Ian Harrington, 2007 8_____________ Clary Carlsen, 2004 8___________ Andrew McNally, 1994 8_____________ Mark Johnson, 1995 8__________ Robbie Robinson, 1996 Career 24_______ Robbie Robinson, 1994-97 22___________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 20____Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97 19______Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000 19______ Sean Yamashita, 1999-2002 18____________ Matt Sisto, 2009-12 18__________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 18_________ Mark Johnson, 1994-96 15____________ Jeff Vierra, 1985-89 15_________ Rich Snider, 1999-2000

SAVES Season 14_____________Lenny Linsky, 2011 13_____________ Craig Tucker, 1991 12_____________Lenny Linsky, 2010 12______________Gene Smith, 1979 12______________Gene Smith, 1978 10______________ Joey Vierra, 1988 9_______________Brian Souza, 1990 9__________________ Jeff Ball, 1989 9_________Darrell Fisherbaugh, 2006 8____________ Brent Harrison, 2012 8_______________ Joey Vierra, 1986 8______________ Craig Tucker, 1992 Career 28___________ Gene Smith, 1976-79 27__________ Lenny Linsky, 2009-11 22__________ Craig Tucker, 1991-93 18____________ Joey Vierra, 1986-87 17_____ Darrell Fisherbaugh, 2004-06 14______________ Jeff Ball, 1987-90 10_________ Mark Johnson, 1994-95 9_________ Bryan Duquette, 1980-82 9_______________Brian Souza, 1990 8_____________ Bryan Lee, 2000-03 8__________Brent Harrison, 2011-12 8__________ Jayson Kramer, 2006-09 8____________ Moku Paiva, 1990-93

APPEARANCES Season 38______________ Joey Vierra, 1986 35_________________ Jeff Ball, 1989 31______________Gene Smith, 1979 31______________ Joey Vierra, 1987 30_____________ Sam Kakazu, 1979 30__________ Bryan Duquette, 1982 30_____________Ross Hayashi, 1984 30_________________ Jeff Ball, 1990 30________________ Ian Jones, 1999 29_____________ Craig Tucker, 1991 29_____________Lenny Linsky, 2010 Career 79__________ Ross Hayashi, 1981-84 74____________ Jeff Vierra, 1985-89 74______Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000 73______ Sean Yamashita, 1999-2002 70______________ Jeff Ball, 1987-90 70___________ Ian Jones, 1998-2000 70___________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 69____________ Joey Vierra, 1986-87 69____ Kamuela Binkie, 1994, ’96-98 69_________ Jayson Kramer, 2006-09

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FIELDING RECORDS 15__________ David Smith, 1979-83 14_____________ Joel Lono, 1980-84 14_________ Brady Perreira, 1989-92 13________ Bryan Duquette, 1980-82

HIGHEST W/L PERCENTAGE Career .870 _______ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 .826 _________ Guy Ogawa, 1982-86 .815 _______ Bill Blanchette, 1990-92 .810 ________ Scott Roberts, 1979-81 .791 ________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 .789 ________ David Smith, 1979-83 .788 ________ Mark Olmos, 1977-80 .786 ________ Ross Hayashi, 1981-84 .785 ______ Troy Yoshimasu, 1996-99 .778 _________ Gene Smith, 1976-79

SHUTOUTS

KEVIN MACDONALD 69____________ Matt Daly, 2006-08

STARTS Season 22____________Derek Tatsuno, 1979 18__________ Mark Rodriguez, 2007 18___________ Ian Harrington, 2007 18_______________ Scott Karl, 1992 18__________ Andrew McNally, 1993 18______________Matt Apana, 1993 18_____________ Chuck Crim, 1982 18_____________ Chuck Crim, 1980 17_____________ Jeff Coleman, 2001 17___________ Sean Yamashita, 2001 17______________ Rich Snider, 2000 17____________ Mark Johnson, 1996 17____________ Bobby Moore, 1994 17___________ Mike Campbell, 1984 17____________ Bruce Walton, 1983 17_____________ Mark Olmos, 1979 Career 57____Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97 55____________ Matt Sisto, 2009-12 55_________ Brady Perreira, 1989-92 52__________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 52___________ Ricky Bauer, 2002-05 50__________Bruce Walton, 1982-85 50____________ Scott Karl, 1990-92 49_________ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 45_________ Levon Largusa, 1990-92 45__________ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 43__________ Mark Furtak, 1985-87 43______Randon Ho, 1996, ’98-2000

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RELIEF APPEARANCES Career 68______________ Jeff Ball, 1987-90 68___________ Ian Jones, 1998-2002 68__________ Lenny Linsky, 2009-11 63____ Kamuela Binkie, 1994, ’96-98 61___________ Gene Smith, 1976-79 61___________ Sam Kakazu, 1977-81 61____________ Joey Vierra, 1986-87 58________ Ken Mackenzie, 1996-99 58_______ Mark Kawakami, 1985-88 58__________ Craig Tucker, 1991-93 58____________Rich Olsen, 2003-07

COMPLETE GAMES Season 12____________Derek Tatsuno, 1978 12___________ Mike Campbell, 1985 12__________ Andrew McNally, 1993 11____________Derek Tatsuno, 1977 11____________Derek Tatsuno, 1979 10______________ Gerald Ako, 1977 10_____________ Chuck Crim, 1982 10_______________ Scott Karl, 1992 9_______________ Gerald Ako, 1976 9______________ Chuck Crim, 1980 9_____________ Scott Roberts, 1981 Career 34_________ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 27__________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 26___________ Gerald Ako, 1974-77 20________ Mike Campbell, 1983-85 17____________ Scott Karl, 1990-92 17____Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ’97

Season 4_____________ Scott Roberts, 1981 4_____________Derek Tatsuno, 1977 3______________ Chuck Crim, 1982 3_____________Bill Blanchette, 1991 3_____________Levon Largusa, 1992 3___________ Andrew McNally, 1993 3_______________ Dan Kapea, 1988 3_____________Derek Tatsuno, 1979 3_____________Derek Tatsuno, 1978 3_______________ Gerald Ako, 1976 Career 10_________ Derek Tatsuno, 1977-79 6____________ Gerald Ako, 1974-77 5___________ Scott Roberts, 1979-81 4__________ Levon Largusa, 1990-92 4_____Andrew McNally, 1993-95, ‘97 4___________ Chuck Crim, 1980-82 4________ David Smith, 1979-81, ‘83 4__________ Bill Blanchette, 1990-92 3___________ Mark Olmos, 1977-80 3____________ Paul Ah Yat, 1994-96 3________Joel Lono, 1980-81, ‘83-84 3_____________ Scott Karl, 1990-92

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING CHANCES Season 618____________Ron Nomura, 1979 608_________ Andrew Sansaver, 2004 589________Kevin MacDonald, 2009 582________Kevin MacDonald, 2010 577_________ Andrew Sansaver, 2003 576___________ Randy Oyama, 1988 565_____________ Joey Meyer, 1983 563________ Kevin Macdonald, 2008 560____________ Kris Sanchez, 2007 545______________ Luis Avila, 2006 Career 2,234 ______ Randy Oyama, 1984-88 1,833 ____ Kevin McDonald, 2007-09 1,620 _______ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 1,438 ___ Howard Dashefsky, 1979-82 1,355 ______ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 1,352 _______ Ron Nomura, 1976-79 1,342 ________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 1,251 ___ Kevin Macdonald, 2007-09 1,185 ____ Andrew Sansaver, 2003-04 1,106 Kenn Wakakuwa, 1996, ’99-2000

PUTOUTS Game 20 Tom Bhagwat vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 5/16/75 Dean Hall vs. USC, 4/7/11 Dean Hall vs. Oregon, 5/23/79 Bill Blanchette vs. California, 2/17/90 Jeff Van Doornum vs. Texas, 2/26/11 Season 560____________Ron Nomura, 1979 539________ Kevin Macdonald, 2009 532___________ Randy Oyama, 1988 531_________ Andrew Sansaver, 2004 528________Kevin MacDonald, 2010 527______________ Luis Avila, 2006 526_________ Andrew Sansaver, 2003 525_____________ Joey Meyer, 1983 521____________ Kris Sanchez, 2007 515________ Kevin Macdonald, 2008 Career 2,070 ______ Randy Oyama, 1984-88 1,666 ___ Kevin Macdonald, 2007-09 1,444 _______ Jamie Aloy, 1997-2000 1,314 ___ Howard Dashefsky, 1979-82 1,223 _______ Ron Nomura, 1976-79 1,143 ______ Collin Tanabe, 1978-81 1,057 ____ Andrew Sansaver, 2003-04 952____ Landon Hernandez, 2006-09 945_______ Todd Takayoshi, 1988-91 916________ Bill Blanchette, 1990-92

ASSISTS Season 272____________ Todd Crosby, 1985 223_____________Greg Garcia, 2009 220___________ Michael Dartt, 1998 219___________ Brian Finegan, 2003 218_______________ Kelsy Isa, 1986 214______________Brian Hart, 1989 213_____________ Thad Reece, 1979 207______________ Kelsey Isa, 1985 204___________ Eric Tokunaga, 1980 199___________ Brian Finegan, 2004 Career 725__________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 630_________ Todd Crosby, 1984-86 618__________ Steve Otani, 1988-91 596____________ Kelsey Isa, 1983-86 574_________ Greg Vasquez, 1981-84 565__________ Greg Garcia, 2008-10 559________ Michael Dartt, 1996-99 499_________ Corey Ishigo, 1992-95 478_____________ Jon Hee, 2004-08 437________ Eric Tokunaga, 1978-81

ERRORS Season 27___________ Curt Watanabe, 1979 24__________ Cortland Wilson, 2001 24____________ Greg Vasquez, 1982 24____________ Eric Tokunaga, 1980 24______________ Thad Reece, 1979 22____________ Greg Vasquez, 1984 22____________ Michael Dartt, 1998 20_______________ Joe Spiers, 2005 20___________ Randy Vollmer, 1992 20_____________ Bobby Matta, 1983 20______________ Thad Reece, 1980 Career 69___________ Thad Reece, 1978-81

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66__________ Greg Vasquez, 1981-84 58_____________ Kelsey Isa, 1983-86 55_________Curt Watanabe, 1976-79 51_________ Michael Dartt, 1996-99 48___________ Steve Otani, 1988-91 45___________ Greg Garcia, 2008-10 44_________ Michael Dartt, 1996-98 44__________ Kimo Perkins, 1978-81 42_________ Randy Vollmer, 1990-92

9th Inn. - 7 at New Mexico, 4/10/81 at UTEP, 4/16/82 Game 35_____________at Air Force, 4/8/99

DOUBLE PLAYS STARTED

MOST DOUBLES

Career 70__________ Greg Vasquez, 1981-84 64___________ Thad Reece, 1978-81 56__________ Todd Crosby, 1984-86 55___________ Steve Otani, 1988-91 48_____________ Kelsey Isa, 1983-86 42_________ Randy Vollmer, 1990-92 41____________ Brian Hart, 1988-89 41____________ Jaime Ahu, 1993-96 39__________ Corey Ishigo, 1992-95 34_________ Eric Tokunaga, 1977-81

TEAM HITTING MOST AT-BATS Inning 16________ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 4/15/77 Game 64____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST RUNS SCORED Inning 15________ vs. New Mexico, 4/22/89 15____ vs. New Mexico State, 5/21/11 Game 34_____________at Air Force, 4/8/99 Game (Lost) 23_________ at New Mexico, 3/14/97 1st Inn. - 12 at UTEP, 4/17/82 2nd Inn. - 11vs. Utah, 5/17/85 3rd Inn. - 15 vs. New Mexico, 4/22/89 4th Inn. - 9 vs. LMU, 3/10/84 5th Inn. - 12 vs. US Int’l, 3/31/82 6th Inn. - 15 vs. New Mexico State, 5/21/11 7th Inn. - 13 vs. Chicago St., 3/1/07 8th Inn. - 12 at BYU, 5/18/85 9th Inn. - 9 at New Mexico, 3/14/97

WINNING MARGIN

25 UH vs. Colorado St., 30-5, 4/29/87

MOST HITS Inning 12__________ vs. Murray St., 3/16/85 1st Inn. - 11 at UTEP, 4/17/82 2nd Inn. - 8 vs. Air Force, 4/25/92 3rd Inn. - 8 vs. LMU, 3/11/84 vs. New Mexico, 4/22/89 at San Diego St., 5/3/91 at Air Force, 4/8/99 4th Inn. - 7 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific, 2/5/83 vs. So. California College, 4/24/76 5th Inn. - 10 vs. US Int’l, 3/31/82 6th Inn. - 11 vs. New Mexico State, 5/21/11 7th Inn. - 9 vs. Sacramento St., 4/6/96 8th Inn. - 2 vs. Murray St., 3/16/85

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MOST CONSECUTIVE BATTERS TO REACH BASE 11___________ New Mexico, 4/22/89 11______ New Mexico State, 5/21/11

Inning 4__________ at San Diego St., 5/8/82 at Colorado St., 4/30/88 Game 9__________ at New Mexico, 3/16/97

MOST TRIPLES Inning 3_________ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 4/15/77 vs. Colorado St., 5/8/92 Game 6_________ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 4/15/77 vs. Murray St., 3/8/91

MOST HOME RUNS Inning 3_ three times, last at Air Force, 4/8/91 Game 5_ four times, last at Air Force, 4/8/99

MOST TOTAL BASES Inning 17______ New Mexico State, 5/21/11 Game 57_____________at Air Force, 4/8/99

MOST RUNS BATTED IN Inning 15___________ New Mexico, 4/22/89 Game 31_____________at Air Force, 4/8/99

MOST STRIKEOUTS Inning 3______________________ by many Game 23_______________vs. Rice, 2/23/13

MOST STOLEN BASES Inning 5_____________ vs. Cornell, 3/19/79 vs. Santa Clara, 2/12/89 vs. Washington St., 3/25/91 Game 13__________ vs. Kearney St., 3/6/83

MOST HIT-BY-PITCH Inning 6__ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo (8th inn.), 2/8/98 Game 6__________ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/8/98 vs. St. Mary’s (CA), 2/14/99

MOST BASES-ON-BALLS Inning 9____________ vs. St. Mary’s, 4/8/79 vs. Murray St., 3/16/85

RICK BASS Game 19_____ vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/6/88

Game 25_________ at New Mexico, 3/14/97

MOST SACRIFICE HITS

MOST EARNED RUNS ALLOWED

Game 5__________ vs. Wichita St., 2/20/99

MOST SACRIFICE FLIES

Inning 13_____________at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 23_________ at New Mexico, 3/14/97

Game 3_ four times, last vs. Wright St., 3/26/98

MOST HITS ALLOWED

MOST PLATE APPEARANCES Inning 21________ vs. New Mexico, 4/22/89 Game 72____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST RUNNERS LEFT ON BASE Game 19________ at San Diego St., 4/22/94 Game (combined) 43_Hawai‘i (19) at San Diego St. (24), 4/22/94

TEAM PITCHING MOST INNINGS PITCHED Game 19____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST APPEARANCES

Inning 10_____________at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 30_________ at New Mexico, 3/14/97

MOST STRIKEOUTS Inning 4_ vs. Colorado St., 4/15/89 (4th inn.) Game 20____________ vs. Oregon, 5/10/78

MOST HIT BATTERS Inning 3_________ at Hawai‘i-Hilo, 1/26/93 at Cal State Northridge, 3/12/96 Game 5______________ vs. UCLA, 2/16/87 at Hawai‘i-Hilo 1/26/93

MOST BASES-ON-BALLS

Game 8 _________ at San Diego St., 5/4/99 vs. Texas Christian, 5/19/99

Inning 7______ vs. U.S. International, 4/1/82 Game 17_____ vs. U.S. International, 4/1/82

MOST RUNS ALLOWED

MOST WILD PITCHES

Inning 13_____________at Air Force, 4/7/89

Inning 3____________________ many times

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OPPONENT RECORDS Rick Bass Game Game 6__________ vs. Portland St., 2/27/85 87____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78 vs. Washington St., 2/21/96 MOST BALKS Inning 2________ vs. Fresno St. (7th), 4/9/01 Game 2_(5x), last vs. Fresno St. (7th), 4/9/01

TEAM FIELDING MOST PUTOUTS Game 57____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST ASSISTS Inning 7____________ vs. Gonzaga, 3/13/77 Game 29__________ vs. California, 2/17/90

MOST ERRORS Inning 4 (6x) ______ last at Air Force, 4/8/99 Game 9___________ vs. Oklahoma, 3/12/75

TOTAL CHANCES Inning 11___________ vs. Gonzaga, 3/13/77

MOST DOUBLE PLAYS Game 6_______ vs. San Diego State, 5/15/92

OPPONENT HITTING MOST AT-BATS Inning 12...........................at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 64..........................vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST RUNS SCORED Inning 13...........................at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 25..................vs. New Mexico, 3/14/97

MOST TRIPLES

MOST STRIKEOUTS

Inning 2.............................................. by many Game 4 ............................vs. UNLV, 5/21/79 vs. Cal State Northridge, 4/13/96

Inning 4.................vs. Colorado State, 4/15/89 Game 20..........................vs. Oregon, 5/20/82

MOST HOME RUNS

Inning 6................. vs. San Diego State, 5/8/83 Game 9................. vs. San Diego State, 5/8/83

Inning 4................................ at UCLA, 4/9/74 Game 6.................................. vs. BYU, 5/6/88

MOST STOLEN BASES

OPPONENT PITCHING

MOST RUNS BATTED IN Inning 13...........................at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 23..................vs. New Mexico, 3/14/97

MOST INNINGS PITCHED Game 18____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST HIT BATTERS

MOST HITS ALLOWED

Inning 10...........................at Air Force, 4/7/89 Game 30................... at New Mexico, 3/14/97

Inning 3........... at Hawai‘i-Hilo (7th), 1/26/93 at Cal State Northridge (6th), 3/12/96 Game 5............................. vs. UCLA, 2/16/87 at Hawai‘i-Hilo, 1/26/93

Inning 12________ vs. Murray State, 3/16/85 Game 35_____________at Air Force, 4/8/99

MOST DOUBLES

MOST BASES-ON-BALLS

Inning 4.......................vs. Fresno State, 5/2/96 Game 9................................... at Utah, 5/1/99

Inning 7..............vs. U.S. International, 4/1/82 Game 17............vs. U.S. International, 4/1/82

MOST HITS

MOST RUNS ALLOWED Inning 15________ vs. New Mexico, 4/22/89 Game 34_____________at Air Force, 4/8/99

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS MOST EARNED RUNS ALLOWED

TOP SINGLE-GAME ATTENDANCE

Inning 15________ vs. New Mexico, 4/22/89 Game 27_______ at Colorado State, 4/29/87

Atten. 18,348 8,003 6,382 5,599 5,320 4,989 4,935 4,921 4,916 4,883 4,832 4,783 4,702 4,684 4,666 4,615 4,610 4,581 4,577 4,570 4,567 4,560 4,534 4,527 4,518 4,484 4,475 4,471 4,452 4,452 4,424 4,423 4,423 4,419 4,403 4,395 4,393 4,387 4,379 4,379 4,377 4,369 4,368 4,357 4,354 4,350 4,350 4,345 4,339 4,334 4,326 4,312 4,312 4,312

MOST STRIKEOUTS Inning 3______________________ by many Game 17________ (2x) last vs. Rice, 3/20/04

MOST BASES-ON-BALLS Inning 9____________ vs. St. Mary’s, 4/8/79 vs. Murray State, 3/16/85 Game 19_____ vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/6/88

MOST WILD PITCHES Game 10___________ vs. Air Force, 4/22/88

MOST HIT-BATTERS Game 6__________ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/8/98 vs. St. Mary’s, 2/14/99

MOST BALKS Game 2_________ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 4/15/77 vs. Utah, 4/16/88

OPPONENT FIELDING MOST PUTOUTS Game 54____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST ASSISTS Game 28____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST ERRORS Game 9__________ vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/4/79

MOST TOTAL CHANCES Game 86____________ vs. Oregon, 5/23/78

MOST DOUBLE PLAYS Game 5_________ vs. New Mexico, 5/16/92

MISCELLANEOUS LONGEST WINNING STREAK 35 - Mar. 2-Apr. 14, 1979

LONGEST LOSING STREAK 12 - May 23, 2012-Mar. 1, 2013 (2 seasons)

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Opponent UNLV Utah San Diego State Arizona State Wichita State Oregon State Sacramento State Lewis-Clark State Stanford Washington Oregon State Washington Florida State Texas Louisiana Tech San Diego State Oregon Fresno State Sacramento State Sacramento State Louisiana Tech UH-Hilo UH-Hilo Washington State Rice Fresno State UCLA UCLA Utah Valley Cal State Northridge Fresno State Oregon Washington State California Wichita State Nebraska Grand Canyon San Diego State* Florida State Cal State Northridge Stanford San Diego State UCLA Southern California Stanford Loyola Marymount Cal State Northridge Southern California San Diego State Southern California San Jose State Oregon Southern California San Diego State

Date 5/19/79 5/20/82 5/14/88 5/14/83 3/27/93 3/26/94 4/1/94 3/25/94 2/20/94 3/27/94 3/22/94 3/21/94 2/4/94 2/25/11 4/21/07 3/19/94 2/17/12 5/19/07 4/29/06 4/2/94 5/2/09 5/14/94 5/15/94 3/6/94 5/8/04 4/30/94 2/26/94 2/25/94 5/17/08 4/16/94 5/1/94 2/18/12 3/4/94 1/29/94 3/29/95 3/29/98 3/25/94 5/15/88 2/3/94 4/17/94 2/18/94 3/17/95 2/27/94 2/24/95 2/19/94 2/13/94 4/15/94 2/25/06 3/18/94 2/26/95 4/4/09 2/18/11 2/26/95 3/20/94

3/27/93 Game (Issued) - 5,320 vs. Wichita State at Les Murakami Stadium, 3/27/93 Game - 18,348 vs. UNLV at Aloha Stadium, 5/19/79 Turnstile (Season) - 151,949 (45 dates), 1992 Average Turnstile - 3,377 (45 dates), 1992 Tickets Issued (Season) - 208,378 (45 dates), 1992 Average Tickets Issued - 4,663 (43 dates), 1993

LONGEST GAMES (TIME) Time 5:19 4:53 4:51 4:46 4:43 4:30 4:30 4:26 4:25 4:18 4:14 4:14 4:13 4:13 4:13 4:12 4:10 4:10 4:10 4:10 4:09 4:09

Game (Innings) Date at San Diego St. (15) 4/22/94 Winthrop (15) 3/15/05 at San Jose State (15) 4/4/08 Loyola Marymount (14)2/27/98 San Jose State (13) 4/1/06 Texas (15) 2/26/11 So. California (12) 2/25/95 Texas (11) 1/31/04 at Hawai‘i-Hilo (12) 3/15/02 Stanford (10) 2/26/84 at San Diego State (13) 4/24/81 New Mexico (11) 5/1/82 at New Mexico 4/14/97 at New Mexico 4/15/97 Pacific (10) 2/19/05 at Rice (12) 5/21/05 at UTEP (10) 4/26/85 Sacramento State 1/22/98 UH-Hilo (Kona) 2/8/98 San Diego State 3/6/98 Stanford (14) 2/14/88 California 2/21/88

4:09 4:09 4:06 4:04 4:03 4:01

Andrew McNally

Miami San Jose State Santa Clara (10) at Nevada Santa Clara San Francisco

1/19/97 3/31/06 2/19/00 5/22/04 5/23/86 1/17/98

LONGEST GAMES (INNINGS) Inn. 19 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Game Oregon Texas Florida State at San Diego State Winthrop at San Jose State Cal Poly-Pomona Stanford Loyola Marymount California Lewis-Clark State at San Diego State at San Diego State California Sacramento State Pacific San Jose State Brigham Young Cal State Northridge New Mexico Sacramento State UCLA Southern California UC Irvine at Hawai‘i-Hilo at Rice San Jose State Long Beach State

Date 5/23/78 2/26/11 4/4/77 4/22/94 3/15/05 4/4/08 7/16/75 2/14/88 2/27/88 2/17/90 3/29/96 4/19/96 4/24/81 2/13/93 2/9/02 2/20/05 4/1/06 3/8/75 3/23/81 5/1/82 3/24/91 1/1/95 2/25/95 3/3/02 3/15/02 5/21/05 3/31/06 3/7/08

HOME ATTENDANCE Sellouts (Season) - 43, 1992 Consecutive Sellouts - 41, 1992 Game (Turnstile) - 4,312 vs. Wichita State at Les Murakami Stadium,

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RETIRED NUMBERS

LES MURAKAMI

In 1971, Les Murakami became the parttime head coach for the University of Hawai‘i baseball team. He had no scholarships, no baseball field and no equipment to participate in a local baseball league. Pitcher Gerald Ako out of ‘Aiea High School was Murakami’s first scholarshipped player

DEREK TATSUNO

(1977-79) - One of the most dominant pitchers in NCAA history, Derek Tatsuno went a remarkable 40-6 during his career at UH, earning All-America honors as a sophomore and junior. The local product from ‘Aiea High School on O‘ahu was also a first-team all-region pick in each of his three years at UH. During his junior season, Tatsuno set NCAA records for season wins (20) and strikeouts (245) which still stand

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in 1974. Three seasons later, another ‘Aiea alumnus, Derek Tatsuno, followed and would become arguably the greatest player in Rainbow baseball history. Soon, gatherings in the hundreds at UH games turned into standing-room-only sellouts in the little 2,500 all-aluminum bleacher facility that was the original Rainbow Stadium. During the next 30 years, he built an NCAA Division I power with full scholarships, an on-campus stadium and an all-collegiate schedule. He became one of the best coaches in college baseball history, posting a total of 1,079 wins. In his career, Murakami coached over 400 college players and 76 of them went on to play professional baseball. Under his leadership, his University of Hawai‘i teams won the Western Athletic Conference six times, went to the NCAA tournament 11 times, was ranked No. 1 in the nation during 1979, and was the runner-up at the College World Series in 1980. That appearance got the ball rolling for construction of the present-day 4,312-seat structure that was named after the coach in 2001. In 1999, Murakami was inducted into the American Baseball Coaches’ Association Hall of Fame.

today. The flame-throwing left-hander was also selected as one of three Co-Players of the Century by Collegiate Baseball Magazine and was also voted to Baseball America’s All-Century College Baseball Team. In addition, Tatsuno was named to the Collegiate Baseball America All-Time All-Star Team. After his career at UH, the former Team USA member was taken in the second round of the 1979 Major League Baseball Draft by the San Diego Padres, but opted to play professionally in Japan. He returned to the states to finish his career with the Milwaukee Brewers’ organization, reaching the AAA level. A 12th-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Reds out of high school, Tatsuno would be selected in five more drafts before signing with Milwaukee in the first round in 1982. Tatsuno went on to play in the Brewers organization and, from 1983 to 1987, played for several minor league teams. His career came full circle when he returned to the islands to play AAA ball for the Hawai‘i Islanders in 1987. UH retired his number in 1997 and in 2007, he was inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame.

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AWARDS AND HONORS ALL-CENTURY

1991

Collegiate Baseball Co-Player of the Century Derek Tatsuno Baseball America All-Century Team Derek Tatsuno Baseball America All-Time All-Star Team Derek Tatsuno

1990

ALL-AMERICANS 2011

2006

1996

1993 1992

1991

1989 1987 1986 1985

1984 1982

1980 1979 1978

Kolten Wong, 2B, ESPN.com 1st team, 2B, ABCA 1st team, 2B, Perfect Game 1st team, 2B, Baseball America 3rd team, 2B, Collegiate Baseball HM, 2B, CBI.com Lenny Linsky, 1st team, P, ABCA 3rd team, P, Collegiate Baseball HM, P, CBI.com P, Jewish Sports Review Steven Wright, 2nd team, P, Rivals.com 2nd team, P, Baseball America 3rd team, P, Collegiate Baseball P, National Baseball Foundation Mark Johnson, 1st team, P, Collegiate Baseball 3rd team, P, Baseball America Kenny Harrison, 1st team, U, CBWA Scott Karl, 1st team, P, ABCA 1st team, P, Collegiate Baseball 2nd team, P, Baseball America Bill Blanchette, 1st team, P, Collegiate Baseball 2nd team, P, Baseball America 3rd team, U, ABCA John Matias, 3rd team, DH, AACBC Dan Snover, 3rd team, INF, Baseball America Joey Vierra, 3rd team, P, Baseball America Mike Campbell, 3rd team, P, Baseball America Mario Monico, 3rd team, OF, Baseball America Mario Monico, 3rd team, OF, AACBC Bryan Duquette, 1st team, P, AACBC 1st team, P, Baseball America Greg Oniate, 3rd team, OF, AACBC Collin Tanabe, 1st team, C, Baseball Bulletin Derek Tatsuno, 1st team, P, AACBC Derek Tatsuno, 3rd team, P, AACBC

MIDSEASON ALL-AMERICANS 2011

Kolten Wong, 2B, Baseball America

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS 2009

2008 2007 2005 2003 2001 1993

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Kolten Wong, 1st team, OF, Baseball America 1st team, OF, Ping! Rivals.com, Louisville Slugger, NCBWA Matt Sisto, 3rd team, P, Ping! Greg Garcia, HM, INF, Ping! Vinnie Catricala, DH, Louisville Slugger HM, Ping! Joe Spiers, SS, Louisville Slugger Matt Inouye, HM, OF/C, Louisville Slugger Isaac Omura, HM, INF, Louisville Slugger Cortland Wilson, HM, INF, Louisville Slugger Andrew McNally, 1st team, P, Baseball America

Craig Tucker, 1st team, P, Collegiate Baseball Levon Largusa, 1st team, P, Baseball America

*AACBC denotes American Association of College Baseball Coaches **ABCA denotes American Baseball Coaches Association ***NCBWA denotes National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association

ALL-DISTRICT/REGION 1977 1978 1979 1980

1981

1982 1984

1985 1986 1987

1990 1991

1992

1993

1996 2008 2009 2010 2011

Derek Tatsuno, P, AACBC (1st) Derek Tatsuno, P, AACBC (1st) Derek Tatsuno, P, AACBC (1st) Kimo Perkins, INF, AABC Rick Bass, OF, AABC Kevin Williams, OF, AABC Chuck Crim, P, AABC (2nd) Thad Reece, INF, AABC (2nd) Howard Dashefsky, 1B, AABC (1st) Kimo Perkins, INF, AABC Thad Reece, INF, AABC (1st) Greg Oniate, OF, AABC (1st) Bryan Duquette, P, AABC (1st) Collin Tanabe, C, AACBC (2nd) Bryan Duquette, P, AABC(1st) Greg Oniate, OF, AACBC (2nd) Mario Monico, OF, AABC (1st) Joel Lono, P, AABC (1st) Peter Ho, C, AACBC (3rd) Mario Monico, OF, Converse (1st) Joey Vierra, P, AABC (1st) Todd Crosby, INF, AABC (1st) Dan Snover, INF, AABC (1st) Larry Gonzales, C, AABC (1st) Paul Brown, P, AABC (1st) Dan Nyssen, OF, AACBC (2nd) Levon Largusa, P, AACB (2nd) Bill Blanchette, P, ABCA (1st) Tim Albert, OF, ABCA (1st) Todd Takayoshi, C, ABCA Harold Cabbab, OF, ABCA (2nd) Scott Karl, P, ABCA (1st) Brady Perreira, P, ABCA (2nd) Dwayne Daughtry, OF, ABCA (2nd) Matt Apana, P, ABCA (1st) Kenny Harrison, OF, ABCA (2nd) Franz Yuen, OF, ABCA (2nd) Mark Johnson, P, NCBWA (2nd) (Rotary Smith Super Team) Jon Hee, SS, ABCA (1st) Kolten Wong, OF, ABCA (2nd) Kolten Wong, OF, ABCA (1st) Kolten Wong, OF, ABCA (1st) Lenny Linsky, P, ABCA (1st)

DEREK TATSUNO

JON HEE

ALL-COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 1980

Collin Tanabe, C; Kimo Perkins, 3B Eric Tokunaga, SS

REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT 2010 (Tempe, Ariz.)

David Freitas, C Kolten Wong, INF Jeff Van Doornum, OF 2006 (Corvallis, Ore.) Ian Harrington, P Justin Frash, 3B Matt Inouye, OF Derek DuPree, DH 1993 (College Station, Tex.) Kenny Harrison, C

MARIO MONICO

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AWARDS AND HONORS 1992 (Tucson, Ariz.)

Rob Williams, DH Scott Craven, 3B Erik Evans, OF 1991(Los Angeles, Calif.) Tim Albert, OF Steve Otani, SS Todd Takayoshi, C Brady Perreira, P 1987 (Tempe, Ariz.) Steve Morris, OF Randy Oyama, C 1986 (Los Angeles, Calif.) Markus Owens, 3B Kelsey Isa, SS 1984 (Tempe, Ariz.) Greg Vasquez, SS Kahai Shishido, 3B Mario Monico, OF 1982 (Fresno, Calif.) Joey Meyer, DH 1980 (Austin, Tex.) Greg Oniate, DH, MVP Rick Bass, OF Thad Reece, SS David Smith, P Collin Tanabe, C 1979 (Tucson, Ariz.) Derek Tatsuno, P Curt Watanabe, 3B Jon Hansen, OF 1977 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) Curt Watanabe, 3B

Jon Hee

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003 2002 2001 2000

1999 1996

1995

First Team: Pi‘ikea Kitamura, SS. Second Team: Zack Swasey, OF. Matt Sisto, P. Collin Bennett, 3B First Team: Kolten Wong, 2B. Zack Swasey, OF. Second Team: Jeff Van Doornum, 1B. Lenny Linsky, RP First Team: Greg Garcia, INF. Lenny Linsky, P Kolten Wong, 2B. Jeff Van Doornum, DH, Second Team: Josh Slaats, P First Team: Jayson Kramer, P. Kevin Macdonald, 1B. Kolten Wong, OF. Second Team: Greg Garcia, SS. First Team: Jared Alexander, SP Brandon Haislet, OF. Jon Hee, SS. Second Team: Greg Garcia, 2B. Landon Hernandez, C. Second Team: Vinnie Catricala, DH. Justin Frash, 3B. Brandon Haislet, OF. Jon Hee, 2B. Kris Sanchez, 1B. First Team: Luis Avila, 1B. Tyler Davis, RP Robbie Wilder, Steven Wright, SP Second Team: Eli Christensen, SS. Justin Costi, SP Jon Hee, 2B. Matt Inouye, OF. First Team: Matt Inouye, OF. Isaac Omura, 2B. Stephen Bryant, SP Second Team: Darrell Fisherbaugh, RP Esteban Lopez, C. Joe Spiers, SS. Nathan Thurber, DH. First Team: Ricky Bauer, SP Greg Kish, OF. Second Team: Isaac Omura, 2B. Darrell Fisherbaugh, RP Andrew Sansaver, 1B. Stephen Bryant, SP First Team: Brent Cook, U. Second Team: Jaziel Mendoza, OF. Chris George, P Second Team: Gregg Omori, 1B. First Team: Matthew Purtell, U. Second Team: Cortland Wilson, DH. First Team: Kenn Wakakuwa, 2B. Jamie Aloy, 1B. Second Team: Sean Takamori, OF. First Team: Jamie Aloy, 1B. Second Team: Sean Takamori, OF. Tracy Nakano, DH. First Team (Western Division): Neal Honma, DH. Jody Napuunoa, 2B. Greg Millichap, OF. First Team (Western Division): Jody Napuunoa, 2B.

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1994 1993

1992 1991

1989 1988 1987

1986

1985

1984 1983 1982 1981

1980

First Team (Western Division): Franz Yuen, OF. First Team (Western Division): Kenny Harrison, OF. Franz Yuen, OF. Andrew McNally, P First Team: Scott Karl, P First Team: Bill Blanchette, P Todd Takayoshi, C. Derron Moreland, OF. Tim Albert, OF. First Team: John Matias, DH. First Team: Steve Morris, OF. Danny Kapea, P First Team (Western Division): Markus Owens, 3B. Dan Snover, 2B. Mark Rasmussen, SS. Larry Gonzales, C. Dan Nyssen, OF. John Matias, DH. Paul Brown, P First Team: Todd Crosby, 2B. Phil Williams,C. Joey Vierra, P Western Division: Todd Crosby, 2B. Phil Williams, C. Joey Vierra, P First Team: Mario Monico, OF. Todd Crosby, INF. Mike Campbell, P Southern Division: Todd Crosby, INF. Kelsey Isa, INF. Mario Monico, OF. Dan Nyssen, OF. Mike Campbell, P Charles Jackson, OF. Joel Lono, P Mike Campbell, P Greg Oniate, OF. Bryan Duquette, P Greg Vasquez, INF. Mario Monico, OF. Collin Tanabe, C. Howard Dashefsky, 1B. Kimo Perkins, INF. Thad Reece, INF. Greg Oniate, OF. Bryan Duquette, P Kimo Perkins, INF. Rick Bass, OF. Kevin Williams, OF Chuck Crim, P

2009

Vinnie Catricala, Greg Garcia, Shane Greg Oniate Hoey, Jayson Kramer, Matt Roquemore Josh Slaats

2008

Jonathan Hee, Jayson Kramer, Vinny Catricala Vinny Catricala, Elijah Christensen, Jonathan Hee, Jayson Kramer, Kevin MacDonald, Kristoffer Sanchez Jonathan Hee, Richard Olsen Gregory Kish, Richard Olsen Creighton Kahoalii, Gregory Kish Joshua Green, Richard Olsen Brent Cook, Derek Honma, Bryan Lee, Timothy Montgomery, Aaron Pribble, Julian Russell Bryan Lee, Aaron Pribble, Matthew Purtell

2007

2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

2001

WAC TOP HONORS 2011 2009 2006 2004 1993

1992 1991 1987

Mike Trapasso, Coach of the Year Kolten Wong, Freshman of the Year Steven Wright, Pitcher of the Year Mike Trapasso, Coach of the Year Mike Trapasso, Coach of the Year Kenny Harrison West Division Player of the Year Andrew McNally West Division Freshman of the Year Scott Karl, Player of the Year Les Murakami, Coach of the Year Bill Blanchette, Player of the Year Les Murakami, Coach of the Year

GREG ONIATE

ACADEMIC HONORS ALL-REGION 1993 1999

Franz Yuen, District VIII, (1st) Lars Hansen, All-District VIII, (1st)

ALL-BIG WEST 2013

Matt Cooper, Kalei Hanawahine, Adam Hurley, Stephen Ventimilia

ALL-WAC 2012

2011 2010

Breland Almadova, Jarrett Arakawa, Garrett Champion, Pi‘ikea Kitamura, Matt Sisto, Zack Swasey Breland Almadova, Collin Bennett, Zach Gallagher, Matt Sisto, Jeff Van Doornum. Greg Garcia, Josh SlaatsJoel Lono

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POSTSEASON HISTORY WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 1980 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/16 Brigham Young 5/17 Brigham Young 1981 (Provo, Utah) 5/18 Brigham Young 5/18 Brigham Young 1982 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/20 Utah 5/21 San Diego St. 5/22 San Diego St. 1983 (Provo, Utah) 5/19 Brigham Young 5/20 Wyoming 5/20 San Diego St. 1984 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/17 Utah 5/18 Brigham Young 5/19 San Diego St. 5/19 San Diego St. 1985 (Provo, Utah) 5/16 Brigham Young 5/17 New Mexico 5/17 Utah 5/18 Brigham Young 5/18 Brigham Young 1986 (San Diego, Utah) 5/8 Wyoming 5/9 San Diego St. 5/9 Wyoming 5/10 San Diego St. 5/10 San Diego St.

W W

9-2 7-0

L L

11-4 (7) 3-1

W W W

6-0 12-4 12-5

L W L

7-5 6-4 16-11

W W L W

17-4 10-6 8-6 5-4

L W W W L

6-5 12-11 26-7 (8) 21-14 6-4

W L W W L

12-2 2-1 14-7 10-3 9-2

1987 (Provo, Utah) 5/7 New Mexico 5/8 San Diego St. 5/9 Brigham Young 1988 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/19 Brigham Young 5/20 Brigham Young 1989 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/18 San Diego St. 5/19 Brigham Young 5/19 San Diego St. 5/20 Brigham Young 5/20 Brigham Young 1990 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/17 San Diego St. 5/18 Wyoming 1991 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/16 Wyoming 5/17 Brigham Young 5/18 San Diego St. 5/19 San Diego St. 1992 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/14 New Mexico 5/15 San Diego St. 5/16 New Mexico 5/16 New Mexico 1999 (Fresno, Calif.) 5/19 Texas Christian 5/20 New Mexico 5/21 Texas Christian 2006 (Fresno, Calif.) 5/25 Louisiana Tech

W W W

6-3 17-10 6-5

L L

2-1 8-7

W L W W W

6-5 5-3 10-9 3-1 8-2

L L

5-4 (11) 8-2

W W L L

7-6 12-9 6-4 7-2 (10)

W W L W

7-1 1-0 (10) 7-2 5-3

L W L

9-5 7-6 12-10

W

8-0

5/26 Nevada 5/27 Louisiana Tech 5/27 Nevada 5/28 Fresno St. 2007 (Reno, Nev.) 5/24 Nevada 5/25 Sacramento St. 5/26 Nevada 2008 (Ruston, La.) 5/22 New Mexico St. 5/23 Nevada 5/24 Fresno St. 5/25 Nevada 2009 (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/21 Louisiana Tech 5/22 Nevada 5/23 Fresno State 2010 (Mesa, Ariz.) 5/26 Louisiana Tech 5/27 New Mexico State 5/28 Fresno State 5/29 Fresno State 5/30 Fresno State 2011 (Mesa, Ariz.) 5/26 San Jose State 5/27 Fresno State 5/28 Louisiana Tech 5/28 Fresno State 2012 (Mesa, Ariz.) 5/23 Fresno State 5/24 Louisiana Tech

L W W L

10-3 8-2 11-2 8-4

L W L

11-1 (7) 19-7 (7) 8-6 (11)

W W L L

11-7 14-5 11-4 12-7

L W L

4-3 5-4 10-3

W W W L W

8-7 (10) 13-7 12-3 14-5 9-6

W L W L

2-1 11-5 18-10 15-4

L L

8-2 9-6

Total Record: 41-32 (.562)

Bill Blanchette

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POSTSEASON HISTORY NCAA TOURNAMENT 1977 West Regional (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/26 Southern California L 6-1 5/27 CS Los Angeles L 8-4 1979 Midwest Regional (Tucson, Ariz.) 5/25 Indiana St. W 4-3 5/26 Arizona L 10-2 5/27 Oklahoma W 12-8 5/28 Arizona L 5-3 1980 Central Regional (Austin, TX) 5/23 UT-Pan American W 8-4 5/24 Louisiana Tech W 2-1 5/25 Texas W 7-3 College World Series (Omaha, NE) 5/30 Florida St. W 7-6 6/1 St. John’s W 7-6 6/2 Miami (Fla.) W 9-3 6/4 Arizona L 5-4 (11) 6/5 Arizona L 5-3 1982 West I Regional (Fresno, Calif.) 5/27 Stanford L 10-5 5/28 Pepperdine L 13-9 1984 West II Regional (Tempe, Ariz.) 5/25 Stanford W 10-7 (10) 5/26 Arizona St. L 15-11 5/27 Stanford L 11-7 1986 West Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) 5/22 UCLA W 6-3 5/23 UC Santa Barbara W 8-6 5/24 Loyola Marymount L 10-6 5/25 Loyola Marymount L 12-5 1987 West II Regional (Tempe, Ariz.) 5/22 UCLA L 12-11 5/23 Arizona W 6-3

5/24 1989 5/26 5/27 1991 5/24 5/25 5/26 5/26 5/27 1992 5/22 5/23 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/25 1993 5/27 5/28 5/29 2006 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/4 2010 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/6

UCLA L 16-7 West I Regional (Tucson, Ariz.) Long Beach St. L 14-7 Arizona L 17-3 West I Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) Minnesota L 5-3 Middle Tenn. St. W 7-3 Minnesota W 12-5 Southern California W 7-3 Creighton L 15-8 West Regional (Tucson, Ariz.) Southeast Louisiana L 8-0 Arizona W 10-3 SE Louisiana W 10-3 Washington W 9-3 Pepperdine W 6-3 Pepperdine L 9-0 Central I Regional (College Station, Tex.) North California W 9-8 UCLA L 9-4 North California L 10-8 Corvallis Regional (Corvallis, Ore.) Kansas L 9-6 Wright St. W 5-3 Kansas W 9-5 Oregon St. L 12-3 Tempe Regional (Tempe, Ariz.) San Diego W 4-3 Arizona State L 12-1 San Diego W 12-9 Arizona State L 8-4

Total Record: 21-24 (.467)

The 1980 Rainbows were arguably the most celebrated in program history, advancing to the NCAA College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. The ‘Bows defeated Florida State, St. John’s and Miami (Fla.) to advance to the national championship game where they fell to Arizona. Hawai‘i was led by a dominant pitching staff made up of 10-game winners Bryan Duquette, David Smith and Chuck Crim. Crim was fantastic throughout the season, posting a 15-0 record and defeating Florida State in the World Series opener.

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‘BOWS IN THE PROS Player Neal Blaisdell Ted Nobriga Jyun Hirota Stan Hashimoto James Dyer Allan Yamamoto Dave Nelson Tom Bhagwat Bob Ehrig Shelly Draimin Ed Gilliam Gerald Ako Paul Mize Mike Kelly Richard Olsen Dean Hall Derek Tatsuno Jon Hansen Vern Ramie Curt Watanabe Gene Smith Jerry Stovall Derek Tatsuno Derek Tatsuno Kevin Williams Rick Bass Derek Tatsuno Scott Roberts Collin Tanabe Thad Reece Jay Erdahl Derek Tatsuno Bryan Duquette Chuck Crim* Keith Komeiji Glenn Braggs* Joey Meyer* Terry Derby David Smith Kyle Tengan Chuck Jackson* Bob Siegel Lance Belen Joel Lono Ross Hayashi Mike Campbell* Mario Monico Bruce Walton* Todd Crosby Phil Williams Paul Brown Greg Burlingame Dan Nyssen Markus Owens Joey Vierra Paul List Danny Kapea Larry Gonzales* Robert Muhammad Steve Morris Rocky Ynclan Brian Hart Brian Souza Jeff Ball Tim Albert Levon Largusa Scott Karl* Jay Holland Bill Blanchette Matt Apana Tyler Cheff Bobby Moore

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Round —— —— —— —— —— —— FA 9th 33rd FA FA 8th 14th FA 4th 18th 2nd 3rd 12th FA FA FA 2nd (winter) 3rds 11th 17th 2nd (winter) 2nd 5th 17th FA 1st (Jan.) 2nd 17th 1st (Jan.) 2nd 5th 16th FA FA 7th 8th 12th 12th FA 1st 12th 16th 5th 45th 2nd 24th 7th 19th 31st FA 11th 22nd 22nd 35th 36th FA 11th 33rd 18th 3rd 6th 32nd 43rd 22nd 53rd 23rd

Team Chicago White Sox St. Louis Cardinals Tokyo Giants Japan Milwaukee Braves Daiei (Japan) Pittsburgh Pirates San Francisco Giants Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles Portland (AAA) Kansas City Royals Oakland Athletics Toronto Blue Jays Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers San Diego Padres Milwaukee Brewers Toronto Blue Jays Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers San Francisco Giants Chicago White Sox New York Mets Minnesota Twins Milwaukee Brewers Cincinnati Reds Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers Oakland Athletics Seattle Mariners Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers Seattle Mariners Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers Seattle Mariners Hawai‘i Islanders Houston Astros Seattle Mariners Pittsburgh Pirates Cincinnati Reds Hawai‘i Islanders Seattle Mariners Milwaukee Brewers Oakland Athletics Philadelphia Phillies Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox Seattle Mariners Houston Astros San Francisco Giants Cincinnati Reds California Angels Milwaukee Brewers California Angels Milwaukee Brewers Minnesota Twins Milwaukee Brewers Cleveland Indians Milwaukee Brewers California Angels Milwaukee Brewers Toronto Blue Jays Milwaukee Brewers Colorado Rockies California Angels Seattle Mariners Cleveland Indians Texas Rangers

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‘BOWS IN THE PROS Player Mark Johnson* Jason Ross Paul Ah Yat Jay Spurgeon* Andrew McNally Darren Blakely Dusty Bergman Lars Hansen Corey Miller Matt Wheeler Kenn Wakakuwa Rich Snider Jeff Coleman Grady Symonds Aaron Pribble Brian Bock Tim Montgomery Chris George Brian Finegan Clary Carlsen Jaziel Mendoza Josh Green Isaac Omura Stephen Bryant Ricky Bauer Steven Wright* Matt Inouye Esteban Lopez Darrell Fisherbaugh Tyler Davis Ian Harrington Justin Frash Kris Sanchez Mark Rodriguez Matt Daly Jon Hee Brandon Haislet Landon Hernandez Vinnie Catricala Josh Slaats Greg Garcia David Freitas Sam Spangler Kolten Wong* Blair Walters Michael Blake Randy Yard Alex Capaul Lenny Linsky Matt Sisto Breland Almadova Riley Welch Pi‘ikea Kitamura Corey MacDonald

Year 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013

Round Team 1st Houston Astros 13th Atlanta Braves 21st Pittsburgh Pirates 8th Baltimore Orioles FA Cleveland Indians 5th Anaheim Angels 6th Anaheim Angels 28th San Francisco Giants FA Oakland Athletics FA Evansville Otters (Ind.) FA Tampa Bay Devil Rays FA Oakland Athletics 21st Oakland Athletics 39th Arizona Diamondbacks FA Sonoma Crushers (Ind.) 14th Baltimore Orioles 23rd Cleveland Indians FA San Francisco Giants 15th Cleveland Indians 33rd Philadelphia Phillies FA Ohio Valley Redcoats (Ind.) FA Surprise Fightin’ Falcons (Ind.) 17th Oakland Athletics 20th Oakland Athletics FA San Francisco Giants 2nd Cleveland Indians 21st Chicago White Sox 25th Los Angeles Dodgers 50th Boston Red Sox 21st San Diego Padres 23rd Arizona Diamondbacks 27th Oakland Athletics FA Seattle Mariners FA Cleveland Indians 13th Toronto Blue Jays 21st Boston Red Sox 23rd Philadelphia Phillies 50th Detroit Tigers 10th Seattle Mariners 5th Colorado Rockies 7th St. Louis Cardinals 15th Washington Nationals 41st Minnesota Twins 22nd St. Louis Cardinals 11th Chicago White Sox 16th Arizona Diamondbacks 36th Cincinnati Reds 43rd Arizona Diamondbacks 2nd Tampa Bay Rays 20th Philadelphia Phillies 37th Arizona Diamondbacks FA Los Angeles Dodgers FA Oakland Athletics FA Tampa Bay Rays

STEVEN WRIGHT

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HISTORIC MOMENTS PERFECT GAME Paul Brown vs. Wyoming, (7 inn.), 4/14/87 (Rainbow Stadium)

NO-HITTERS 7-Innings Joel Lono vs. Murray St., 3/8/80; David Smith vs. New Mexico, 5/9/80; Levon Largusa vs. Colorado St., 4/15/90. 9-Innings David Smith vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/7/81; Rocky Ynclan, Todd Carlsen, Donovan Oda (combined) vs. New Mexico, 4/21/89. Opponent No-Hitters Randy Scarberry, Tom Coffin, Mark Sogge of USC (combined), 4/7/71 (Honolulu Stadium) Derek Diaz, Horace Gray of Hawai‘i-Hilo (combined), 2/19/82 (UH Field) Jeff Nichols of Rice (7 inn.) 3/14/98 (Cameron Field) Cody Wheeler of Coastal Carolina, 3/26/09 (Les Murakami Stadium) Greg Gonzalez of Fresno State (7 inn.) 4/10/10 (Les Murakami Stadium)

ONE-HITTERS 7-Innings Gerald Ako vs. Cal Poly-Pomona, 5/12/75 Derek Tatsuno vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo (8 inn.), 5/8/77 Derek Tatsuno vs. Cal State Los Angeles, 5/2/78 David Smith vs. Texas-El Paso, 4/26/80 Wes Kimura vs. U.S. International, 4/2/82 Ross Hayashi vs. U.S. International, 4/2/82 Mike Campbell vs. Hawai‘i Pacific, 5/5/85 Paul Brown, Cary Nagano, Joey Vierra vs. San Diego State, 4/4/87 Scott Karl vs. Wyoming, 4/13/91 Levon Largusa vs. Wyoming, April, 1992 9-Innings Dan Penner vs. UNLV, 5/14/82 Mark Furtak vs. Stanford, 2/16/86 Levon Largusa, Jeff Ball vs. Notre Dame, 2/23/90 Levon Largusa, Brian Souza vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 3/16/90 Andrew McNally vs. Washington State, 3/11/93 Steven Wright vs. Loyola Marymount, 2/17/06 Justin Costi, Darrell Fisherbaugh vs. UC Santa Barbara, 2/27/06 Opponent One-Hitters Jerry Felt (Mesa State) in Easter Tournament, 3/24/78 Kenny Baugh (Rice) in WAC game, 4/20/01 Mike Malott (San Jose State) in Easter Tournament, March 28, 2002 Chris Nicoll, Phil Tripoli, Kris Krise, Ryan Edell and Steve Schroer (UC Irvine), May 21, 2003

UH GRAND SLAM CLUB Dean Hall vs. UNLV, 4/6/77 Wade Mauricio vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/4/79 Jay Erdahl vs. New Mexico, 4/26/80 Howard Dashefsky vs. Cal State Northridge, 3/27/81 Randy Inaba vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/5/82 Glenn Braggs vs. Cal Poly-Pomona, 3/24/83 Lance Belen vs. Loyola Marymount, 3/11/84 Dan Nyssen at Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2/1/86 Dan Nyssen at Utah, 4/11/86 John Matias vs. Portland State, 3/25/88 Brian Hart at Utah, 5/5/89 Bill Blanchette at Air Force, 4/8/91 Kenny Harrison vs. California, 2/12/93 Keoni Hansen at Cal State Sacramento, 5/7/94 Corey Ishigo vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo (Maui), 2/12/95 Keoni Hansen at Fresno State, 2/12/95 Neal Honma at New Mexico, 2/14/97 Tracy Nakano at Fresno State, 4/25/97

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Neal Honma at Rice, 2/14/98 Gregg Omori vs. San Jose State, 3/23/01 Gregg Omori at Hawai‘i-Hilo, May 12, 2001 Grady Symonds vs. UC-Irvine, March 3, 2002 Creighton Kahoali‘i vs. Hawai‘i-Hilo, Feb. 21, 2004 Jose Castaneda vs. Florida State, March 12, 2005 Schafer Magana at San Jose State, April 23, 2005 Derek DuPree vs. Nevada, May 27, 2006 Kris Sanchez vs. Pacific, Feb. 9, 2007 Kevin Macdonald at New Mexico State, Apr. 25, 2009 Easton Torigoe vs. Air Force, Mar. 19, 2010 Christian Johnson at San Diego, Mar. 29, 2010

OPPONENT GRAND SLAMS Walt Arnold (New Mexico) off Joel Lono at Lobo Field, April 11, 1980 John Fontes (UTEP) off Ross Hayashi at Dudley Field, April 29, 1983 Flavio Alfaro (San Diego State) off Mike Campbell at BYU, May 20, 1983 John Dias (Hawai‘i Pacific) off Monty Vold at Rainbow Stadium, Feb. 4, 1984 Ray Williamson (Santa Clara) off Monty Vold at Rainbow Stadium, March 23, 1986 Doug Mientkiewicz (Florida State) off Andrew McNally at Rainbow Stadium, Feb. 4, 1994 Jed Hansen (Stanford) off Robbie Robinson at Rainbow Stadium, Feb. 20, 1994 Derek Tamburro (UCLA) off Roger Mills at Rainbow Stadium, Feb. 26, 1994 Kevin Howard (Cal State Northridge) off Mark Johnson at Matador Field, March 13, 1994 Curtis Johnson (California) off Dusty Bergman at Rainbow Stadium, Jan. 31, 1997 Jose Miranda (CS Northridge) off Robbie Robinson at Rainbow Stadium, March 30, 1997 Josh Hannah (Fresno State) off Randon Ho at Pete Beiden Field, April 26, 1998 Brandon Haygood (Louisiana Tech) off Chris George at J.C. Love Field, May 9, 2002 Matt Einpahr (California) off Dean Turner at Evans Diamond, April 20, 2005 Drew Johnson (Nevada) off Justin Costi at Pete Beiden Field (WAC), May 26, 2006 Tim Wheeler (Sacramento State) off Nick Rhodes at Hornet Field, March 29, 2008 Chris Kersten (Louisiana Tech) off Josh Slaats at J.C. Love Field, Apr. 26, 2008 Joe Scaperotta (New Mexico State) off Jayson Kramer at Presley Askew Field, May 9, 2008 Leo Aguirre (New Mexico State) off Alex Capaul at Presley Askew Field, May 10, 2008 Leo Aguirre (New Mexico State) off Cameron Wheeler at Les Murakami Stadium, May 22, 2008 Luke Adkins (Mississippi State) off Harrison Kuroda at Les Murakami Stadium, March 7, 2009

PAUL BROWN

SCOTT KARL

UH CYCLE CLUB Glenn Braggs at New Mexico, April 27, 1983 Markus Owens at Brigham Young, April 14, 1986 Randy Oyama at Colorado State, April 30, 1987 John Matias at Wyoming, May 2, 1987 Neal Honma vs. Cal State Sacramento, April 6, 1996

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SEASON OPENERS ALL-TIME NCAA SEASON OPENERS (31-12) Date 3/21/71 3/27/72 3/26/73 3/14/74 3/4/75 2/28/76 2/27/77 3/10/78 2/8/79 2/1/80 1/29/81 2/5/82 2/3/83 2/4/84 2/1/85 2/1/86 1/31/87 1/30/88 2/3/89 2/2/90 2/1/91 1/31/92 1/26/93 1/23/94 1/20/95 1/19/96 1/16/97 1/16/98 1/22/99 1/20/00 1/25/01 1/30/02 2/7/03 1/30/04 2/10/05 2/1/06 1/26/07 2/15/08 2/20/09 2/19/10 2/18/11 2/17/12 2/14/13

Opponent (Site) Result Santa Clara (Millican Field) L Brigham Young (Honolulu Stadium) W Vanderbilt (Evans Park UC Riverside Tournament) L Mercer (Redlanders Field) W Brigham Young (UH Field) W Iowa State (UH Field) W Vanderbilt (UH Field) W Murray State (Aloha Stadium) L Oregon State (UH Field) W at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Francis Wong Stadium) W California (UH Field) L at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Francis Wong Stadium) W Hawai‘i Pacific (UH Field) W Hawai‘i Pacific (Hanapepe Stadium Kauai) W at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Francis Wong Stadium) W at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Vulcan Stadium) W at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Vulcan Stadium) W at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Vulcan Stadium) W UNLV (Rainbow Stadium) W UCLA (Rainbow Stadium) L Washington (Rainbow Stadium) L Arizona (Rainbow Stadium) W at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Vulcan Stadium) W at Hawai‘i-Hilo (Vulcan Stadium) W UCLA (Rainbow Stadium) L Washington State (Rainbow Stadium) W Miami (Rainbow Stadium) W San Francisco (Rainbow Stadium) W UCLA (Rainbow Stadium) W Florida (Rainbow Stadium) L Sacramento State (Rainbow Stadium) W Florida State (Les Murakami Stadium) W UCLA (Les Murakami Stadium) W Texas (Les Murakami Stadium) L Alabama (Les Murakami Stadium) W San Diego State (Les Murakami Stadium) W Santa Clara (Les Murakami Stadium) W UH-Hilo (Les Murakami Stadium) W UC Irvine (Les Murakami Stadium) L Oregon State (Les Murakami Stadium) L Oregon (Les Murakami Stadium) W Oregon (Les Murakami Stadium) W Oregon (Les Murakami Stadium) L

Score 10-0 6-5 11-2 9-2 6-4 5-3 7-5 4-2 2-1 6-2 10-9 14-4 11-4 6-5 (8) 10-4 10-1 5-3 20-6 11-0 3-2 8-5 7-6 9-7 7-3 5-1 7-2 3-2 (10) 11-5 3-0 12-6 8-7 3-2 11-5 7-4 4-1 6-2 8-1 5-4 5-1 10-6 4-3 4-1 3-0

W/L Pitchers WP - Todd Brentlinger LP - Dave Nelson WP - Riley Mende LP - Steve McNulty WP - Wayne Palmore LP -Dick Hazel WP - Riley Mende LP - Mike Hurst WP - Ben Flores LP - Dave Nelson WP - Ben Flores LP - Del OcHigh Schoolner WP - Derek Tatsuno LP - Scott Sanderson WP - Andy Rice LP - Gene Smith WP - Mark Olmos LP - Mike Gorman WP - Mark Olmos LP - Doug Spector WP - Bill Hawkins LP - Chuck Crim WP - Chuck Crim LP - John Blalock WP - David Smith LP - Aaron Garcia WP - Bob Seigel LP - Gordon Ijima WP - Mike Campbell LP - Russell Ijima WP - Joey Vierra LP - Russell Ijima WP - Joey Vierra LP - Ross Nishi WP - Norman Holt LP - Al Bacosa WP - Clinton Kelson LP - David Carter WP - Tim Lindsay LP - Levon Largusa WP - Eric Morrow LP - Greg Nealon WP - Craig Tucker LP - Billy Grajeda WP - Moku Paiva LP - Sean Keven WP - Paul Ah Yat LP - Laine Miura WP - Rick Heineman LP - Andrew McNally WP - Mark Johnson LP - Heath McLellan WP - Troy Yoshimasu LP - Eddie Reyes WP - Ian Jones LP - Ryan Yamamoto WP - Jamie Aloy LP - Ryan Carter WP - Jay Belflower LP - Randon Ho WP - Aaron Pribble LP - Benny Gonzalez WP - Aaron Pribble LP - Eric Roman WP - Chris George LP - Wes Whisler WP - Justin Simmons LP - Ricky Bauer WP - Ricky Bauer LP - Wade LeBlanc WP - Steven Wright LP - Bruce Billings WP - Ian Harrington LP - Matt Wickswat WP - Josh Schneider LP - Christian Stephenson WP - Daniel Bibona LP - Jayson Kramer WP - Kraig Sitton LP - Blair Walters WP - Blair Walters LP - Porter Clayton WP - Matt Sisto LP - Alex Keudell WP - Jake Reed LP - Scott Squier

ALL-TIME -TI NCAA SEASON-OPENER ON LINEUPS UP 1971 C ............... Reggie Suma 1B .............. Bob Warren 2B ................. Glen Nitta SS.............Ernie Tsuhako 3B ........... Jimmy Miyake LF ..........Tom Higashino CF.................Steve Adler RF ........... Glen Ohigashi P ................. Ken Suzawa 1972 C .......... Steve Maruyama 1B .......... Clifford Migita 2B ........... James Hamoto SS ............... Clifford Eto

3B ..... Steve McCunnigle LF .......Miles Yamamoto CF .........Tom Higashino RF ..........Richard Maltby P ........... Steve Shinohara 1973 19 C ................. Grant Sugai 1B ...........Claude Tazawa 2B ...........Gerald Briones SS................ Joey Estrella 3B ..............Steve Hirano LF ..........Richard Maltby CF..........Tom Higashino RF ...........Gus Rethwisch P .............Richard Hazell

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19 1974 C ............... James Dettore 1B ............. Tim Bhagwat 2B ............Wayne Rogers SS................ Joey Estrella 3B ................ Gary Fuller LF ............. Jesse Pefferini CF....... Myles Yamamoto RF ..........Richard Maltby DH .........Ernesto Viloria P ......... . Randy Weinstein 1975 19 C ..................... Bob Ehrig 1B ............. Tim Bhagwat 2B ..............Steve Hirano

SS........... Shelly Draimin 3B ...........Curtis Okazaki LF .............Charlie Davis CF..............Eric Sakazaki RF ............ Tom Bhagwat DH ...............Ed Gilliam P .....................Ben Flores 1976 19 C ................Greg Bickell 1B .................Gene Ober 2B ..............Steve Hirano SS....................Paul Mize 3B ............... Bill Morgan LF ............. Tim Bhagwat CF ......... Royden Kotake

RF .......... Roy Tokuhama DH ............. Dale Waters P ....................Ben Flores 1977 19 C ................ Ron Nomura 1B .................Dean Hall 2B .............. Kent Yamase SS....................Paul Mize 3B .......... Curt Watanabe LF ...............Vern Ramie CF.................Mike Kelly RF ............. Tim Bhagwat DH/P ...... Derek Tatsuno DH 1978 19 C ................ Ron Nomura

1B ..................Dean Hall 2B .......... Curt Watanabe SS.................Thad Reece 3B ............ Collin Tanabe LF ................... Rick Bass CF................Jon Hansen RF .......... Wade Mauricio DH ..........Eric Tokunaga D P ..............Richard Olsen 1979 19 C ............... Ron Nomura 1B ............ Collin Tanabe 2B .......... Wade Mauricio SS.................Thad Reece 3B .......... Curt Watanabe

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SEASON OPENERS LF ................Jon Hansen CF................... Rick Bass RF ................Vern Ramie DH ...............Gene Ober P ................ Mark Olmos 1980 C .............. Collin Tanabe 1B .....Howard Dashefsky 2B .......... Wade Mauricio SS.................Thad Reece 3B ................ Les Kakazu LF .................. Jay Erdahl CF................... Rick Bass RF ......... Kevin Williams DH .............Greg Oniate P ................ Mark Olmos 1981 C .............. Collin Tanabe 1B .....Howard Dashefsky 2B .... Gordan Muramaru SS.............Eric Tokunaga 3B .............Kimo Perkins LF .................. Jay Erdahl CF................Thad Reece RF .......... Kevin Williams DH .............Greg Oniate P ................ Chuck Crim 1982 C ..................... Peter Ho 1B .........Larry O’Conner 2B ...........Kahai Shishido SS.............. Greg Vasquez 3B ............... Les Kakazu LF ...............Greg Oniate CF........... Mario Monico RF .............. Randy Inaba DH ............. Rom Amble P ................ Chuck Crim 1983 C ...................... Peter Ho 1B .................Joey Meyer 2B ...............Kyle Tengan SS.............. Greg Vasquez 3B ............... Terry Derby LF ............. Glenn Braggs CF........... Mario Monico RF ........... Mark Hadama DH ............. Lance Belen P ................ David Smith 1984 C ...................... Peter Ho 1B .............. Cano Garcia 2B ...........Kahai Shishido SS.............. Greg Vasquez 3B ................. Lace Belen LF ........... Mario Monico CF..............Bobby Matta RF ..........Charles Jackson DH ............ Randy Inaba P ............Mike Campbell 1985 C ..................Frank Mutz 1B .......... Markus Owens 2B ..............Todd Crosby SS....................Kelsey Isa

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3B ........... Bobby Collum LF .............. Randy Inaba CF........... Mark Hadama RF ........... Mario Monico DH ..........Randy Oyama P ............Mike Campbell 1986 C .............. Paul Williams 1B ............ Colin Franker 2B ..............Todd Crosby SS....................Kelsey Isa 3B ...... Mark McWherter LF .......... Markus Owens CF............... Dan Nyssen RF ....................Paul List DH .........Nelson Inabata P ...................Joey Vierra 1987 C .............Larry Gonzales 1B ...............Steve Takara 2B ................Dan Snover SS.........Mark Rasmussen 3B .......... Markus Owens LF ..............Ross Kagawa CF............... Dan Nyssen RF ...............Steve Morris DH ........Ben Rittmeister P ...................Joey Vierra 1988 C .............Larry Gonzales 1B ............Randy Oyama 2B ................Steve Otani SS.................. Brian Hart 3B ....................Jon Viela LF ..............Ross Kagawa CF...............Steve Morris RF ................Mark Soma DH .... Mark McWherter P .............. Norman Holt 1989 C ..................Brian Nuha 1B ..........Todd Takayoshi 2B ................Steve Otani SS.................. Brian Hart 3B ....................Jon Viela LF ..............Ross Kagawa CF...... Derron Moreland RF ...... Mark McWherter DH ............. John Matias P ............ Clinton Kelson 1990 C ............Todd Takayoshi 1B ........... Bill Blanchette 2B ................Steve Otani SS............Randy Vollmer 3B ...... Mark Wasikowski LF ...........Levon Largusa CF...... Derron Moreland RF ..... Dwayne Daughtry DH .......Kenny Harrison P .............. Brady Perreira 1991 C ............Todd Takayoshi 1B ....................Jon Viela 2B ............Chad Uyehara

SS ................Steve Otani 3B .............Scott Craven LF .........Kenny Harrison CF...... Derron Moreland RF .................Tim Albert DH ......... Bill Blanchette P ................. Matt Apana 1992 C .................. Tyler Cheff 1B .........Kenny Harrison 2B .............Rob Williams SS............Randy Vollmer 3B .............Chris Dugger LF ..........Harold Cabbab CF................. Erik Evans RF ..... Dwayne Daughtry DH .......... Shawn Rogers P ............. Bill Blanchette 1993 C ................. Tyler Cheff 1B .........Kenny Harrison 2B .............. Corey Ishigo SS................... Sy Farinas 3B ..........Jody Napuunoa LF .......... Kawika Aganos CF....... Dean Hashimoto RF .................Franz Yuen DH .......... Shawn Rogers P ......... Andrew McNally 1994 C .................. Tyler Cheff 1B ....... Dean Hashimoto 2B .............. Corey Ishigo SS................... Sy Farinas 3B ..................Jaime Ahu LF .................Franz Yuen CF..........Jody Napuunoa RF ............ Shawn Rogers DH ............Kirk Taguchi P ..................Paul Ah Yat 1995 C .............. Chris Garnett 1B .............. Chris Webb 2B ..........Jody Napuunoa SS...................Jaime Ahu 3B .............. Corey Ishigo LF ..................Jason Ross CF..............Neal Honma RF ..............Jay Spurgeon DH ........... Ryan Gallego P ......... Andrew McNally 1996 C ..........Kenn Wakakuwa 1B ....... Robert Medeiros 2B ..........Jody Napuunoa SS...................Jaime Ahu 3B ............Michael Dartt LF ..............Neal Honma CF...........Darren Blakely RF ..................Jason Ross DH ...........Kelly Konishi P ..............Mark Johnson 1997 C .......... Robert Medeiros 1B ................. Jamie Aloy

2B ......... Daren Masanda SS ................Key Voshell 3B ............. Sean Murphy LF ..............Neal Honma CF...........Darren Blakely RF .......... Greg Millichap DH .......... Tracy Nakano P ......... Andrew McNally 1998 C .................Lars Hansen 1B ................. Jamie Aloy 2B ............David Perreira SS.............Michael Dartt 3B ............ Matt Wheeler LF ......... Greg Millichap CF...........Darren Blakely RF ..............Neal Honma DH .......... Tracy Nakano P ................. Randon Ho 1999 C .................Lars Hansen 1B .......Kenn Wakakuwa 2B ............Michael Dartt SS............... Corey Miller 3B ............ Matt Wheeler LF .........Wakon Childers CF .............. Darin Baker RF ........... Sean Takamori P/DH ............ Jamie Aloy 2000 C ...............Kramer Aoki 1B .................Brian Bock 2B .............Lane Nogawa SS........Patrick Scalabrini 3B .......... Danny Kimura LF ........Scooter Martines CF............... Darin Baker RF ................. Jamie Aloy DH ............. Shane Chan P ................. Randon Ho 2001 C ...................Jacob Flick 1B .......... Danny Kimura 2B .........Matthew Purtell SS.........Cortland Wilson 3B .......Patrick Scalabrini LF ............ Chad Boudon CF............Derek Honma RF ......Tim Montgomery DH ........... Gregg Omori P ................Jeff Coleman 2002 C ...................Brian Bock 1B ............. Gregg Omori 2B .............Lane Nogawa SS.........Cortland Wilson 3B ................Brent Cook LF ............Derek Honma CF...........Arthur Guillen RF .....Tim Montgomery DH ......Scooter Martines P .................... Bryan Lee 2003 C ...................Brian Bock 1B ...Nick Ponomarenko

2B .............. Isaac Omura SS............. Brian Finegan 3B ......... Schafer Magana LF ................Brent Cook CF .....Tim Montgomery RF ............. Joshua Green DH ............ Rocky Russo P .............. Chris George 2004 C ................Matt Inouye 1B ........Andrew Sansaver 2B ............. Isaac Omura SS............. Brian Finegan 3B .............. Rocky Russo LF ...........Jaziel Mendoza CF............. Joshua Green RF ................. Greg Kish DH ...........Nate Thurber P ................. Ricky Bauer 2005 C ..............Esteban Lopez 1B ............Adam Roberts 2B .............. Isaac Omura SS.................... Joe Spiers 3B ......... Schafer Magana LF ................. Greg Kish CF...............Matt Inouye RF ........... Jose Castaneda DH ............ Rocky Russo P ................. Ricky Bauer 2006 C ..............Esteban Lopez 1B .............. Kris Sanchez 2B ..................... Jon Hee SS........... Eli Christensen 3B ................... Joe Spiers LF .............. Jorge Franco CF........... Robbie Wilder RF ...............Matt Inouye DH ..............Justin Frash P .............. Steven Wright 2007 C ......Landon Hernandez 1B .............. Kris Sanchez 2B ..................... Jon Hee SS........... Eli Christensen 3B ................Justin Frash LF .............. Jorge Franco CF.........Brandon Haislet RF ..............Evan Zimny DH .......Vinnie Catricala P ............ Ian Harrington 2008 C ......Landon Hernandez 1B ...... Kevin Macdonald 2B ..................... Jon Hee SS................ Greg Garcia 3B .........Vinnie Catricala LF ............Derek DuPree CF.........Brandon Haislet RF ..............Evan Zimny DHJeffrey Van Doornum P ....................Matt Daly

2009 C ......Landon Hernandez 1B ...... Kevin Macdonald 2B ............Ryan Morford SS................ Greg Garcia 3B .........Vinnie Catricala LF ....... Matt Roquemore CF............. Kolten Wong RF .....Christian Johnson DHJeffrey Van Doornum P ............. Jayson Kramer 2010 CF..... Breland Almadova SS................ Greg Garcia 2B ............. Kolten Wong 1B .......Kevin McDonald DH ... Jeff Van Doornum C ............... David Freitas RF ...........Collin Bennett 3B ....... Pi‘ikea Kitamura LF ........Sean Montplaisir P ................... Nate Klein 2011 CF..... Breland Almadova 3B ....... Pi‘ikea Kitamura 2B ............. Kolten Wong 1B ..... Jeff Van Doornum DH .......... Michael Blake RF ...........Collin Bennett C ............ David Peterson LF ...............Zack Swasey SS............ Matt Harrison P ....................Matt Sisto 2012 CF..... Breland Almadova 2B .....Stephen Ventimilia 3B ..........Collin Bennett 1B .................Max Duval DH ................ A.J. Bayus RF ...............Zack Swasey SS......... Pi‘ikea Kitamura C ....... Garrett Champion LF ............ Kaeo Aliviado P ....................Matt Sisto 2013 2B .....Stephen Ventimilia CF..... Kalei Hanawahine 3B ........ Pi‘ikea Kitamura 1B ................Marc Flores DH ...............Andre Real LF .............Adam Hurley C ............. Trevor Podratz RF ............ Kaeo Aliviado SS..........Austin Wobrock P ................. Scott Squier

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A-A-A Abe, Craig (1986) Aganos, Kawika (1989, ’93) Ah Yat, Paul (1994-96) Ahu, Aran (1974) Ahu, Jaime (1993-96) Ako, Gerald (1974-77) Albert, Tim (1991) Alexander, Jared (2008-09) Aliviado, Kaeo (2012-13) Almadova, Breland (2010-12) Aloy, Jamie (1997-2000) Alvarez, Rich (1983) Amble, Rob (1981-82) Ammon, Erik (2005) Anderson, Carlos (1993-94) Anderson, Ryan (2001) Aoki, Kramer (1998, 2000) Apana, Matt (1991-93) Arakawa, Jarrett (2011-12) Arakawa, Noland (1976-78) Asato, Ryan (2005-08) Asimos, Tom (1983, ‘85) Austin, Fletcher (1993-94) Avila, Luis (2005-06) Awong, Thomas (1985) B-B-B Baker, Darin (1999-2000) Baldwin, Alan (2013) Ball, Jeff (1987-90) Baptista, Ikaika (1998-99) Bass, Rick (1977-80) Bates, Alex (2008) Bauer, Ricky (2002-05) Bayus, A.J. (2011-12) Beck, Anthony (1997) Belcher, Brian (1988) Belen, Lance (1982-84) Bell-Irving, Steve (2004) Belmonte, Phil (1978) Benge, Randall (1998) Bennett, Collin (2010-12) Bergman, Dusty (1997-99) Bhagwat, Tim (1974-77) Bhagwat, Tom (1975) Bickell, Greg (1975-76) Binkie, Kamuela (1994, ‘96-98) Blakely, Darren (1996-98) Blanchette, Bill (1990-92) Bock, Brian (2000-03) Boudon, Chad (2001-02) Brackenridge, Kalani (2010-11) Braggs, Glenn (1981-83) Brewster, LJ (2013) Briones, Gerald (1973-74) Brown, Paul (1986-87) Bryant, Stephen (2004-05) Buck, Matthew (2004) Burgher, Bryan (2013) Burigsay, Larry (1988-91 Burlingame, Greg (1984-85, ’87) Burnes, M.R. (1973) Butler, Kris (2012-13) C-C-C Cabbab, Harold (1989-92) Campbell, Mike (1983-85) Capaul, Alex (2008-09) Carganilla, Alfredo (1988) Carlsen, Clary (2003-04) Carlson, Jason (2002) Castillo, Andrew (2004) Castro, Jason (1999)

Catricala, Vinnie (2007-09) Cayetano, Justin (2003) Champion, Garrett (2011-12) Chan, Shane (1998, 2000) Cheff, Tyler (1991-94) Chevalier, Josh (2009-10) Chew, Lawrence (2012-13) Childers, Wakon (1999, 2001) Christensen, Elijah (2006-07) Chun, Robert (1977) Chung, Michael (1981-83) Clark, Cody (2012) Coleman, Jeff (2001) Collum, Bob (1985) Cook, Brent (2002-03) Cooper, Matt (2013) Costi, Justin (2005-06) Craven, Scott (1991-92) Crim, Chuck (1980-82) Crosby, Todd (1984-86) Culbert, Mark (1986) Currah, Barry (1990-91) Curtis, Kevin (1991-92) D-D-D Daly, Matthew (2006-08) Dartt, Michael (1996-99) Dashefsky, Howard (1979-82) Daughtry, Dwayne (1990-92) Davis, Charlie (1975) Davis, Ryan (2009) Davis, Tyler (2006-07) Derby, Terry (1982-83) Dettore, James (1973-74) Dowdy, Kyle (2012) Dramin, Shelly (1975) Drown, Chad (1994) Dugan, Pat (1977) Dugger, Chris (1991-92) Duncan, Phil (1994) DuPree, Derek (2005-08) Duquette, Bryan (1980-82) Duval, Max (2012-13) Dymally, Reggie (1981) E-E-E Ehrig, Bob (1975) Ellenbrook, Larry (2005) Erdahl, Jay (1978-81) Espiritu, Jason (1983-85) Estrella, Joey (1972-74) Eto, Clifford (1972) Evans, Erik (1991-92) F-F-F Farinas, Sy (1993-94) Finegan, Brian (2003-04) Fisherbaugh, Darrell (2004-06) Flick, Jacob (2001) Flinn, Jon (2012-13) Flores, Ben (1975-76) Flores, Marc (2013) Franco, Jorge (2006-07) Franker, Colin (1986) Franks, Jeremy (1996) Frash, Justin (2006-07) Freitas, David (2010) Fujii, Kevin (2007-10) Fujitani, Ryan (1990, ‘92-93) Fukuda, Jay (1975) Fuller, Gary (1974-76) Furtak, Mark (1985-87) Furutani, Carl (1974-77)

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G-G-G Gallego, Ryan (1995) Garcia, Efrain (1984) Garcia, Greg (2008-10) Garman, Trey (1993-94) Garnett, Chris (1993-96) Garrick, Gavin (1998-2000) Gauthier, Jean-Paul (2001-02) George, Chris (2002-03) George, Conner (2011-13) Giannetti, Chad (2000-02) Gilbride, Kevin (2000-03) Gilliam, Ed (1975) Ginoza, Garrett (1978) Gipaya, Robert (1985) Goda, Brandon (1990-91, ‘93) Goldenberg, Joe (2012) Gonzales, Larry (1986-88) Gouveia, Kiha (1985) Green, Joshua (2003-04) Griffin, Mike (2004) Guillen, Arthur (2001-03) H-H-H Hadama, Mark (1981, ’83-85) Haislet, Brandon (2007-08) Hall, Dean (1977-78) Hampe, Chris (1993) Hanawahine, Kalei (2013) Hansen, Jon (1977-79) Hansen, Keoni (1993-96) Hansen, Lars (1996-99) Hanzawa, Troy (2004) Harrington, Ian (2006-07) Harrison, Brent (2011-12) Harrison, Kenny (1990-93) Harrison, Matt (2011-12) Hart, Brian (1988-89) Harvey, Sean (1998) Hashimoto, Dean (1993-94) Hayashi, Ross (1981-84) Hayashida, Clyde (1974-75) Hayes, Ron (1977) Hazama, Mitchell (1972) Hazell, Richard (1973) Hee, Jonathan (2005-08) Heffernan, Thomas (1989-90) Hermosura, Daven (1996-97) Hernandez, Landon (2006-09) Herriage, Dan (1974) Herrold, Donald (1973) Higashino, Tom (1971-73) Higuchi, Alan (1985-87) Hirano, Steve (1973-75) Hirayama, Mark (1989-90) Ho, Peter (1981-84) Ho, Randon (1996, ‘98-2000) Hoey, Shane (2008-09) Holland, Jay (1989, ‘91-92) Holt, Norman (1986-90) Honma, Derek (1999-2002) Honma, Neal (1995-98) Horton, Reid (2003) Hosaka, Duane (1982) Howes, Jeff (1987) Hughes, Dick (1972) Hurley, Adam (2013) I-I-I Ideue, Dean (1988) Inaba, Randy (1982-85) Inabata, Nelson (1985-87) Inouye, Matthew (2003-06) Isa, Kelsey (1983-86)

Ishibashi, Keith (1986-88) Ishigo, Corey (1992-95) Ishigo, Dennis (1971) Itamoto, James (1971-72) Iwane, David (1972) Izuka, Cary (1993) J-J-J Jackson, Chuck (1982-84) Jackson, Drew (2003) Jackson, Nate (2000-01) Johnson, Christain (2009) Johnson, Craig (2007) Johnson, Mark (1994-96) Jones, Ian (1998-2000) Jones, June (1973) K-K-K Kagawa, Ross (1986-89) Kahn, Cory (2007-08) Kahoali‘i, Creighton (2004) Kakazu, Leslie (1979-82) Kakazu, Sam (1977, ‘79-81) Kamai, Isaac (2005) Kamoe, Kaden (2013) Kane, Chuck (1983-85) Kapea, Dan (1984-85, ‘88) Karl, Scott (1990-92) Kashimoto, Colby (1993) Kato, Ryan (1987-88) Kawakami, Mark (1985-88) Kelly, Mike (1977) Kelson, Clinton (1989-90) Kibota, Richie (1986-88) Kim, Chongsu (1994-95) Kim, Tommy (1996) Kimura, Danny (2000-01) Kimura, Wesley (1979-82) Kish, Gregory (2004-05) Kitamura, Pi‘ikea (2010-13) Kiyota, Walt (1977) Klattenhoff, Shawn (1984) Klein, Nate (2009-10) Kleman, Jerry (2013) Klink, Bradley (1995) Kochi, Wade (1989) Koenigsberger, Dan (1967-68) Koishigawa, Todd (1997) Koissian, Chase (2009) Komeiji, Keith (1982) Konishi, Kelly (1995-98) Kotake, Royden (1974-76) Kramer, Jayson (2006-09) Kuroda, Harrison (2007-10) Kurohara, Darren (1978-79) Kuzminsky, Scott (2013) L-L-L Lane, Alan (1980-82) Largusa, Levon (1990-92) Laveay, Blaise (1995) Le Ducq, Matt (2001-02) Leander, Mark (1972) Lee, Bryan (2000-02) Linsky, Lenny (2009-11) List, Paul (1985-86) Little, Connor (2009-11, ‘13) Longville, David (2012) Lono, Joel (1980-81, ’83-84) Lopez, Aby (1984) Lopez, Esteban (2005-06) Lum, Paki (2004)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS M-M-M MacDonald, Corey (2012-13) MacDonald, Kevin (2007-10) Mackenzie, Ken (1996-99) MacWilliam, Jim (2012-13) Maeshiro, Jack (1974) Magana, Schafer (2002-05) Makashima, Byron (1990) Makashima, Mason (1986) Malmgren, Stu (1977) Maltby, Richard (1972-74) Martin, Brandon (1998) Martin, Chuck (1974) Martines, Scooter (1999-2000, ‘02) Masanda, Daren (1997) Masanda, Daryl (1995) Matias, John (1986-89) Matta, Bobby (1983-85) Mauricio, Wade (1978-80) McDowell, Guy (2003-05) McElroy, Ed (1975) McGunnigle, Steve (1972) McNair, Patrick (1998-99) McNally, Andrew (1993-95, ‘97) McWherter, Mark (1985-89) Mead, Kaimi (2004) Medeiros, Robert (1994-97) Mende, Riley (1972-75) Mendoza, Jaziel (2003-04) Meyer, Joey (1982-83) Migita, Clifford (1971-73) Miller, Corey (1999) Miller, Eric (1993) Millichap, Greg (1996-98) Mills, Roger (1991, ‘93-94) Minemoto, Arthur (1972-73) Mitchell, Rah-Miel (1999-2000) Mitchell, Reese (1976) Miyabara, Colin (1972-74) Miyake, James (1971-72) Miyoshi, Marshall (1996) Miyoshi, Mitchell (1993-95) Mize, Paul (1975-77) Mocny, Danny (2002) Monico, Mario (1982-85) Montgomery, Tim (2001-03) Montplaisir, Sean (2008-11) Moore, Bobby (1994-95) Moore, Jesse (2009-12) Moreland, Derron (1988-91) Morford, Ryan (2008-09) Morgan, Bill (1975-76) Moore, Jesse (2009-12) Morris, Steve (1986-88) Moulaison, Eddie (1993) Muhammad, Robert (1986-88) Mukawa, Cyrus (1971) Muramaru, Gordon (1980-81) Murata, Chester (1972) Murata, Kyle (1996) Murphy, Sean (1997) Mutz, Frank (1984-85) Myers, Alex (2008-09) Myers, Eugene (1992-93) N-N-N Nagano, Cary (1987-88) Nakagawa, Scott (1990) Nakano, Tracy (1996-99) Napuunoa, Jody (1993-96) Nazarino, Darwin (1997) Nealon, Greg (1989) Nekomoto, Jon (1971) Nelson, Dave (1971)

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Nishikawa, Jeff (1971) Nishimura, Keith (1971) Nitta, Glenn (1971) Nogawa, Lane (1999-2002) Nohara, Rodney (1971) Nomura, Ron (1976-79) Nottingham, Billy (2012) Nuha, Brian (1989-90) Nyssen, Dan (1985-87) O-O-O Ober, Gene (1976-79) O’Connor, Larry (1980-83) Oda, Curtis (1977) Oda, Donovan (1988-90) Ogawa, Guy (1983-86) Ohigashi, Glenn (1971) Okada, Rodney (1972-73) Okazaki, Curtis (1974-75) Okinaka, Kip (1988) Olivera, Manuel (2000) Olmos, Mark (1977-80) Olsen, Richard (1976-78) Olsen, Richard, Jr. (2003-06) Olshane, Scott (1978) Omiya, Dean (1972, ‘74) Omori, Gregg (2001-02) Omura, Isaac (2003-05) Oniate, Greg (1980-83) O’Rourke, Patrick (2012-13) Oshiro, Dan (1971-73) Oshiro, Roy (1985) Otani, Steve (1988-91) Owan, Logan (1990-91) Owens, Markus (1985-87) Oyama, Gary (1971) Oyama, Randy (1985-88) P-P-P Paiva, Moku (1990-93) Parsons, Joey (2008) Pavelin, Paul (1994) Peck, Mike (2003) Pedretti, Tyan (2012) Penner, Dan (1982, ’84) Perkins, Kimo (1978-81) Perreira, Brady (1989-92) Perreira, David (1997-98) Phair, Kelly (1992-93) Piaskowski, Jeff (2005) Pico, Rory (1997-2000) Piepmeier, Jason (2002) Pifferini, Jesse (1974) Podratz, Trevor (2012-13) Polk, James (1999) Ponio, Mike (1986) Ponomarenko, Nick (2003) Pribble, Aaron (1999-2002) Purtell, Matthew (2000-01) Q-Q-Q Quaglieri, William (2001-02) R-R-R Ramie, Vern (1977-79) Ramsden, Mark (1978) Rasmussen, Mark (1987) Rawlins, Keahi (2003-06) Real, Andre (2013) Reece, Thad (1978-81) Reid, Thomas (1985) Reitzel, Mike (1986) Rhodes, Nick (2007-08) Ribellia, Saul (2000)

Richards, Trey (2000) Rittmeister, Ben (1987-88) Roberts, Adam (2005-06) Roberts, Scott (1979-81) Robinson, Robbie (1994-97) Rodrigues, Mark (2006-07) Rogers, Shawn (1992-94) Roquemore, Matt (2006-10) Ross, Jason (1994-96) Ruff, Bryan (2007) Russell, Julian (2002-03) Russo, Rocky (2003-05) S-S-S Saito, Kevin (1984-86) Sakaino, Michael (1997-99) Sakazaki, Eric (1975-76) Sanchez, Kris (2006-07) Sansaver, Andrew (2003-04) Sato, Grant (1999-2001) Scalabrini, Patrick (2000-01) Schneider, Josh (2007-08) Schreiber, Terry (1976) Sellers, Daniel (1989) Seta, Warren (1977) Sheets, Ryan (1995) Shigematsu, Derek (1975) Shinohara, Steve (1972-74) Shishido, Kahai (1982-84) Siegel, Bob (1984) Silva, Glenn (1978-81) Sisto, Matt (2009-12) Siu, Carter (1994, ‘96) Slaats, Josh (2008-10) Slettvet, Greg (1976) Smith, David (1980-83) Smith, Gene (1976, ‘78-79) Snider, Rich (1999-2000) Snover, Dan (1987) Soma, Dirk (1983-84) Soma, Mark (1988) Soskin, Jeff (2006-07) Souza, Brian (1990) Souza, Reed (1995) Spangler, Sam (2008-10) Spiers, Joe (2005-06) Spurgeon, Jay (1995-97) Squier, Scott (2012-13) Stegmaier, Jeremy (1998-99) Stovall, Jerry (1978-79) Sugai, Grant (1973-74) Suma, Reggie (1971) Summer, Colby (2005) Suzawa, Ken (1971) Swasey, Zack (2011-12) Symonds, Grady (2002) T-T-T Tagami, Ivan (1972) Taguchi, Kirk (1993-94) Taguchi, Wade (1999) Takamori, Sean (1997-2000) Takamori, Wayne (1981-82) Takara, Steve (1987) Takayoshi, Todd (1988-91) Takemura, Jason (1997) Tanabe, Collin (1978-81) Tanigawa, Lon (1999-2000) Tatsuno, Derek (1977-79) Tazawa, Claude (1973) Tengan, Kyle (1982-83) Tenn, Derek (1995) Thurber, Nathan (2004-05) Tokuhama, Roy (1976)

Tokunaga, Eric (1978-81) Tomimoto, Stan (2000) Tomsen, Travis (2012) Torigoe, Easton (2009-11) Tsuhako, Ernest (1971) Tucker, Craig (1991-93) Turner, Dean (2005-06) U-U-U Uehara, Scot (1995) Uyehara, Chad (1989-92) V-V-V Valenzuela, Jose (1993) Van Doornum, Jeffrey (2008-11) Vasquez, Greg (1981-84) Ventimilia, Stephen (2012-13) Viela, Jon (1988-91) Vierra, Jeff (1985-86, ‘88-89) Vierra, Joey (1986-87) Vierra, Keith (1983) Viloria, Ernesto (1973-74) Vold, Monty (1984-86) Vollmer, Randy (1990, ‘92) Voshell, Key (1996-97) W-W-W Wakakuwa, Kenn (1996, ‘99-2000) Walters, Blair (2010-11) Walton, Bruce (1982-85) Walz, Chris (1989-90, ‘93) Wanders, Chad (1995) Wasikowski, Mark (1990) Watanabe, Curt (1976-79) Waters, Dale (1976) Watterson, Nathaniel (1998) Webb, Chris (1995) Weinstein, Randy (1972-74) Welch, Riley (2011-12) Wheeler, Cameron (2007-08) Wheeler, Matt (1998-99) Whitsett, Joe (1998) Wightman, Tyler (2003) Wilder, Robbie (2004-06) Williams, Kevin (1979-80) Williams, Phil (1986) Williams, Rob (1992-93) Wilson, Artie (1973-74) Wilson, Cortland (2001-02) Withers, Chuck (2004) Wobrock, Austin (2013) Wong, Kolten (2009-11) Wright, Steven (2004-06) Y-Y-Y Yamamoto, Myles (1972-74) Yamamoto, Ryan (2000-02) Yamase, Kent (1976-77) Yamashita, Sean (1999-2002) Yard, Randy (2011) Ynclan, Rocky (1987, ‘89) Yonamine, Dean (1985) Yoshimasu, Troy (1996-99) Young, Nate (2006-08) Young, Tyler (2013) Yuen, Franz (1991-94) Z-Z-Z Zimny, Evan (2007-08)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1923 (1-2) Coach Otto Klum Result Score W 10-2 L 4-6 W 8-4

Opponent Punahou H.S. Mills H.S. McKinley H.S.

1924 (5-5) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent W 11-9 Liberty House L 6-10 Hawaiian Pine W 7-6 Liberty House L 3-5 Liberty House W 3-2 Hawaiian Electric W 8-6 Mutual Telephone W 4-3 Hawaiian Electric L 0-9 Honolulu Iron Works L 2-4 Hawaiian Pine L 1-7 Standard Oil

1925 (4-7) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent L 3-6 35th Infantry W 2-1 Honolulu Iron Works L 0-6 Luke Field L 3-10 Hawaiian Pine L 0-8 Liberty House W 5-3 Mutual Telephone W 7-4 Pearl Harbor Civilians W 12-5 Standard Oil L 3-5 Honolulu Iron Works L 4-5 Hawaiian Electric L 4-6 Osaka Mainichi

1926 (7-5) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent W 6-1 Honolulu Iron Works W 3-2 Hawaiian Pine W 6-3 Liberty House W 15-10 Hawaiian Electric W 8-6 Hawaiian Electric L 2-14 Standard Oil L 5-6 Mutual Telephone W 6-1 Honolulu Iron Works L 11-14 Hawaiian Pine L 4-7 Standard Oil W 6-3 Mutual Telephone L 4-6 Liberty House

1927 (2-9) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent L 3-4 Honolulu Iron Works L 3-7 Mutual Telephone W 7-2 American Can W 3-2 Liberty House L 3-14 Standard Oil L 0-7 Hawaiian Pine L 1-9 Honolulu Iron Works L 3-13 Hawaiian Pine L 1-5 Liberty House L 1-3 American Can L 8-13 Mutual Telephone

1928 (12-5) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent W 7-4 Hawaiian Pine W 9-2 Honolulu Iron Works L 3-9 Liberty House L 1-6 American Can W 8-6 Standard Oil W 4-3 Mutual Telephone L 1-2 American Can

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6-2 5-1 1-6 13-10 16-10 20-9 16-9 10-7 6-5 13-14

Hawaiian Pine Hawaiian Iron Works Liberty House Konawaena H.S. Kona All-Stars Hamakua All-Stars Hilo H.S. Hilo All-Stars Mutual Telephone Standard Oil

1929 (8-7) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent W 3-2 Hawaiian Pine W 11-2 Liberty House W 5-4 Mutual Telephone L 0-3 Hawaiian Electric W 6-2 Honolulu Iron Works W 7-4 American Can L 2-8 Hawaiian Pine L 2-8 Mutual Telephone L 3-4 Liberty House W 9-8 Honolulu Iron Works L 11-13 American Can W 4-3 Hawaiian Electric L 2-3 Pullen Giants W 7-3 California L 5-11 Michigan

1930 (8-4) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent L 2-15 Hawaiian Electric L 3-6 Mutual Telephone W 4-3 Honolulu Iron Works W 5-1 Hawaiian Electric L 0-7 Liberty House L 4-6 Hawaiian Pine W 2-1 Mutual Telephone W 9-6 Honolulu Iron Works W 5-4 Hawaiian Electric W 6-1 Liberty House W 9-2 Hawaiian Pine W 2-1 Mutual Telephone

1931 (3-11) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent W 11-3 Honolulu Iron Works L 5-9 Hawaiian Pine L 4-5 Fort Ruger L 0-3 Koyus L 2-5 Hawaiian Electric L 7-8 Honolulu Iron Works L 2-3 Liberty House L 1-8 Mutual Telephone L 0-5 Hawaiian Pine W 4-2 Hawaiian Electric W 5-1 Honolulu Iron Works L 2-3 Hawaiian Pine L 2-3 Mutual Telephone L 3-13 Liberty House

1932 (3-2) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent W 9-2 Liberty House L 7-10 Mutual Telephone L 9-13 Honolulu Iron Works W 4-3 Mutual Telephone W 4-3 Liberty House W 5-2 Liberty House W 4-1 Mutual Telephone W 7-2 Honolulu Iron Works W 6-2 Koyu Kai

1933 (1-10) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent L 0-7 Electric Shop L 1-8 Mutual Telephone L 0-3 Liberty House L 1-3 Mutual Telephone L 0-7 Liberty House L 5-10 Electric Shop L 1-9 Mutual Telephone L 4-7 Liberty House L 5-6 McKinley H.S. W 5-3 St. Louis H.S. L 1-7 Electric Shop

1934 (3-6-1) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent L 2-4 Hawaiian Electric L 6-10 Liberty House W 5-4 O‘ahu Sugar L 1-5 Electric Shop L 1-8 Mutual Telephone L 0-1 Hawaiian Electric W 2-1 Liberty House L 3-4 Mutual Telephone T 2-2 O‘ahu Sugar W 7-6 Electric Shop

1935 (6-4) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent L 4-5 Mutual Telephone W 6-3 O‘ahu Sugar L 3-5 Shell Oil W 4-2 Hawaiian Electric W 7-1 Rapid Transit L 0-10 Mutual Telephone W 10-0 O‘ahu Sugar W 6-2 Shell Oil W 9-8 Rapid Transit L 1-6 Hawaiian Electric

1936 (4-1) Coach Otto Klum Result Score Opponent W 5-3 Hawaiian Electric L 4-5 Mutual Telephone W 8-0 Rapid Transit W 4-3 Shell Oil W 2-1 All-Chinese

1937 No Team 1938 (9-2) Coach Luke Gill Result Score W 4-2 W 3-1 W 5-1 W 9-3 L 5-6 W 7-4 W 10-4 L 3-4 W 5-2 W 10-2 W 12-6

3-5 Indians 11-2 Kalias 1-2 Indians 2-4 Rising Suns 9-6 Pioneer Mill 3-5 Kahului Railroad 7-8 Hawaiian Commercial

1940 (No Team) 1941 (3-9) Coach Tom Kaulukukui Result Score Opponent W 3-0 11th Medical Corps L 1-7 Mutual Telephone W 12-2 California Packing L 1-5 Hawaiian Electric L 4-10 Matson L 2-3 Mutual Telephone L 3-6 Hawaiian Electric L 2-5 Matson W 5-3 Mutual Telephone L 5-6 Hawaiian Electric L 3-9 Matson L 1-13 Mutual Telephone

1941-45 No Teams 1946 (3-4) Coach Jesse James Kelly Result Score Opponent W 7-2 Chinen’s Service L 2-11 Waialae L 1-9 HAD L 8-9 Vagabonds W 12-11 Waialua H.S. W 13-10 Acme A.C. L 12-22 Acme A.C.

1947 (7-4) Coach Tom Kaulukukui Result Score Opponent L 2-4 Trojans W 12-1 Palama L 1-6 Veterans W 4-0 Truckers W 1-0 Pirates W 3-0 Olympics W 3-1 Acme L 0-2 Maid-Rite W 18-1 Pearl Harbor Marines L 4-6 Pearl City W 18-6 Kohala All-Stars

1948 (18-3) Opponent Chinese Asahi Filipinos Sub Base Wanderers Schofield Chinese Asahi Filipinos Wanderers Hawaiians

1939 (5-6) Coach Luke Gill Result Score W 14-2 W 8-1 W 16-4 L 1-3

L W L L W L L

Opponent Mandarins Nomads Subrons Rising Suns

Coach Tom Kaulukukui Result Score Opponent W 6-4 Lihue Bakery W 16-0 Olokele A.A. W 18-0 Navy W 15-7 Chinese Amateurs L 6-7 Pirates W 26-5 Olaa-Pepeekeo W 13-2 Islanders W 20-7 Wreckers W 10-1 Hickam W 16-2 Waialae W 19-8 Klippers W 10-1 Maid-Rite W 4-3 Truckers W 8-1 Klippers W 19-2 Barbers Point W 14-0 SubPac W 9-3 ComServPac W 9-0 Chinese All-Stars W 9-3 Winter League L 5-10 AJA Stars L 0-3 Rural All-Stars

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1949 (21-9)

1952 (3-7)

Coach Tom Kaulukukui Result Score Opponent W 8-2 Acme W 11-1 ComServPac W 29-3 Acme L 3-4 Waipahu Dragons W 13-3 Barbers Point W 2-0 Injuns W 3-0 Hickam L 3-4 Pirates W 13-6 Barbers Point L 6-7 Truckers W 3-2 Waiakea Pirates W 9-4 Lincoln Wreckers L 1-3 Pepeekeo A.C. W 11-0 Schofield L 5-6 Waipahu Dragons W 4-2 SubBase W 12-1 Injuns W 10-1 Camp Catlin Marines W 7-5 Pirates W 15-0 Camp Catlin Marines L 1-3 Truckers W 10-3 Moiliili L 2-4 Injuns W 22-6 Kealoha Hawaiians W 9-4 Rural AJA W 6-1 Waipahu Filipinos W 5-1 Barbers Point W 8-1 Hickam L 5-7 Injuns L 1-3 California

Coach Jerry Burns Result Score L 2-7 W 11-5 W 10-5 W 5-3 L 5-8 L 0-4 L 1-11 L 4-5 L 4-7 L 0-3

1950 (12-6) Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score Opponent W 6-0 National Guard W 9-5 Schofield W 8-4 Hickam L 7-9 SubPac L 11-13 Barbers Point W 15-6 Hickam W 3-2 Fort Shafter W 7-6 Schofield L 6-8 Hickam W 14-4 McKinley H.S. L 0-4 SubPac W 3-1 ComServPac W 3-2 SubPac W 6-2 Hawaiians L 1-3 AJA W 9-3 AJA W 5-4 Barbers Point L 3-4 Wanderers

1951 (8-6) Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score Opponent L 6-12 Injuns L 9-10 Tripler W 10-9 Petrous W 4-0 Petrous L 3-14 Marines W 13-5 Injuns W 6-0 Injuns L 4-5 Barbers Point W 4-3 Tripler W 16-11 Tripler W 11-6 Petrous L 8-11 Mainichi Orions W 15-4 Hawaiians L 4-7 Moiliili

1956 (26-18) Opponent W&F Plumbing Petrous National Guard Tripler Marines W&F Plumbing Petrous National Guard Tripler Marines

1953 (3-9) Coach Jimmy Asato Result Score L 4-10 L 4-5 L 4-7 W 8-1 L 3-9 L 7-8 W 4-3 L 1-2 L 5-7 L 8-13 W 9-3 L 6-7

Opponent Aliis Petrous Naval Base Maytags Aliis Petrous Naval Base Petrous Aliis Naval Base Maytags Maytags

1954 (3-16) Coach Thomas Ige Result Score Opponent L N/A SubPac L N/A Mid-Pacific Institute L N/A Army L N/A Barbers Point L 2-10 Hawks W 5-2 Braves L 1-9 Red Sox L 1-8 Asahi W 4-3 Tigers L 3-13 Hawks L 2-8 Red Sox L 3-4 Asahi L 1-3 Braves L 2-5 Tigers L 2-5 Tigers L 1-2 Asahi W 5-2 Braves L 1-15 Hawks L 1-12 Red Sox

1955 (5-14) Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score Opponent W 6-4 Naval Base L N/A Braves W N/A USS Plant W 3-0 Cosmopolitan Hawks L 2-3 Asahi L 0-3 Red Sox L 3-4 Braves L 3-4 Asahi L 0-7 Red Sox L 3-9 Braves W 9-3 Asahi L 3-12 Red Sox L 2-7 Braves L 3-7 Asahi L 5-7 Red Sox W 7-6 Braves L 1-6 Red Sox L 1-10 Asahi L 2-5 Braves

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Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score W 4-3 L 3-5 L 4-6 L 1-3 L 2-8 W 8-4 L 6-9 W 13-3 W 5-3 W 1-0 W 6-4 W 3-2 L 7-11 L 6-8 W 8-4 W 7-3 L 0-2 L 4-8 W 12-1 L 4-7 W N/A W 7-2 W 6-0 W 18-12 W 7-3 W 9-2 W 3-2 W 11-6 L 0-1 L 9-12 W 3-1 L 1-5 W 2-0 W 4-1 W 11-1 L 5-8 W 6-2 W 3-2 L 2-11 L 2-5 L 3-4 L 5-7 W 15-3 W 13-5

Opponent Naval Base Naval Base Red Sox Hickam Braves Marines Asahi Barbers Point Naval Base Marines Hickam Asahi Braves Red Sox Barbers Point Braves Asahi Red Sox Naval Base Hickam Barbers Point Marines Marines Barbers Point Asahi Braves Hickam Naval Base Red Sox Marines Asahi Braves Red Sox Hickam Naval Base Asahi Marines Hickam Red Sox Braves Ohio State Barbers Point Naval Base Barbers Point

1957 (27-19-1) Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score W 6-4 T 9-9 W 10-3 W 5-4 W 6-4 W 4-3 L 7-8 L 3-7 L 0-5 L 3-13 L 4-5 L 0-4 W 15-6 W 1-0 W 7-2 W 6-2 L 2-5 W 3-2 L 0-13 L 1-6 W 4-3 W 16-7 L 3-7 L 1-6 W 7-3 L 5-9 L 3-4

Opponent 35th Infantry 35th Infantry O‘ahu Prison Marines Hickam Red Sox Naval Base Asahi SubPac Braves Barbers Point Marines Barbers Point Hickam Red Sox Naval Base Asahi SubPac Braves Marines Hickam Barbers Point Red Sox Asahi Naval Base SubPac Braves

L W L W W W W W L L W W W L W W W W W L

2-3 7-3 6-15 5-1 9-7 8-5 9-8 9-8 2-9 0-3 9-0 3-2 16-5 1-6 11-7 10-3 4-3 16-2 3-1 3-7

Marines Barbers Point Hickam Kona All-Stars Honokaa Hamakua Asahi SubPac Braves Marines Barbers Point Naval Base High School All-Stars SubPac Braves Hickam Red Sox Naval Base Asahi Red Sox

1958 (12-19) Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score L 8-10 W 12-5 L 6-9 W 4-1 W 14-1 W 4-2 W 10-7 W 11-0 L 2-6 L 4-5 L 3-6 L 2-5 W 7-6 L 1-6 L 3-5 L 0-11 W 2-1 L 0-10 W 3-2 W 6-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-10 W 16-1 L 3-4 W 8-3 L 4-5 L 0-5 L 4-5 L 1-2 L 0-10

Opponent SubPac 21st Infantry SubPac Red Sox Naval Base SubPac Braves Marines Asahi Naval Air Red Sox Asahi Naval Base SubPac Braves Marines Naval Air Red Sox Asahi Naval Base SubPac Marines Asahi Naval Base SubPac Braves Naval Air Marines Red Sox Red Sox Naval Air

1959 (8-20) Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score L 3-4 L 2-17 L 8-9 L 0-5 L 4-5 L 9-16 W 16-5 L 0-11 L 2-6 L 1-9 L 4-6 W 6-4 L 6-11 W 4-0 L 6-8 W 19-3 L 2-5 L 7-8 L 5-13

Opponent SubPac SubPac Braves Asahi Naval Air Marines Pearl Harbor Red Sox Giants Braves Marines Red Sox Naval Air SubPac Giants Pearl Harbor Asahi SubPac Braves

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9-3 1-9 2-9 7-9 1-2 5-7 4-3 8-1 6-3

Giants Red Sox Naval Air Marines Asahi Red Sox Giants Braves Asahi

W L L L W L L L L

3-0 2-3 2-4 11-12 14-10 3-4 1-7 2-3 3-4

SubPac Asahi Hickam Giants Naval Air Naval Air SubPac Giants Red Sox

1960 (17-23)

1962 (11-9-2)

Coach Toku Tanaka Result Score Opponent L 3-6 Maruzen Oilers W 11-1 Naval Air L 5-6 Red Sox W 17-7 Hickam W 9-0 Giants L 0-9 SubPac W 6-3 Pearl Harbor W 12-6 Naval Air L 0-5 Asahi W 3-1 Giants L 0-4 Braves W 8-5 Marines W 4-1 *Fresno State L 5-8 Hickam L 1-2 Meiji L 7-8 SubPac W 12-10 Marines L 0-5 Meiji L 1-2 Red Sox W 12-0 Pearl Harbor L 3-4 Giants W 4-2 Braves W 5-2 Asahi L 0-6 SubPac W 9-4 Naval Air L 3-11 Marines W 4-2 Red Sox W 8-4 Giants L 4-9 Hickam L 6-7 Asahi L 2-5 Braves L 0-3 Braves L 0-1 Braves L 5-10 Pearl Harbor L 1-7 Giants L 0-1 Braves W 4-1 Red Sox L 0-3 Red Sox L 1-4 Asahi W 1-0 Giants *Indicates collegiate opponent

Coach Henry Tominaga Result Score Opponent L 4-5 SubPac W 15-9 Asahi W 7-6 Hickam W 6-2 Giants L 1-3 Red Sox L 4-11 Marines W 12-6 Braves L 10-11 Pearl Harbor L 0-4 Asahi L 3-7 Asahi W 8-5 Giants W 11-1 Red Sox T 6-6 Braves L 5-6 Asahi W N/A Braves T 8-8 Giants W 7-4 Braves L 11-12 Giants W 8-7 Red Sox L 4-9 Red Sox W 10-4 Giants W 7-3 Braves

1961 (13-14-1) Coach Henry Tominaga Result Score T 3-3 L 4-5 W 7-2 W 3-2 W 9-3 W 11-10 L 3-5 W 4-3 W 6-4 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 10-8 L 1-8 L 0-4 L 1-7 W 4-2 W 6-3 W 8-0 W 3-1

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Opponent Fort Shafter SubPac Marines Giants Braves Hickam SubPac Pearl Harbor Marines Naval Air Oregon State Hickam Stanford Keio USC Pearl Harbor Asahi Braves Pearl Harbor

1963 (8-13) Coach Jyun Hirota Result Score Opponent W 2-1 Red Sox L 2-3 Marines W 11-3 Pearl Harbor W 4-1 Hickam L 2-6 Braves L 0-2 Asahi L 1-5 National Guard W 3-1 SubPac L 9-11 Giants (Teams and scores unavailable due to newspaper strike during which Rainbows went 4-6) L 0-9 Marines L 0-6 Marines

1964 (No Team) 1965 (6-5) Coach Jyun Hirota Result Score L 0-11 W 6-0 W 4-2 W 5-3 W 7-2 L 1-4 W 4-2 L 0-7 L 2-6 W 5-4 L 4-5

Opponent Asahi Red Sox National Guard Giants Braves Giants National Guard Asahi Hawai‘i Marines SubPac Pearl Harbor

1966 (13-14) Coach Henry Tominaga Result Score Opponent W 7-3 SubPac L 3-5 Pearl Harbor

W L L L W L L W L W L W W L W L W W W L L L W W L

17-6 1-6 3-6 4-5 2-1 2-3 3-5 6-2 0-8 3-1 6-14 5-4 3-2 2-7 3-2 2-12 10-3 7-6 13-1 8-9 0-1 0-6 8-7 6-3 0-6

Naval Air Hickam Asahi Holsum Bakers Pearl Harbor SubPac Hickam Naval Air Asahi Holsum Bakers Red Sox Pearl Harbor Naval Air Naval Air SubPac Asahi Holsum Bakers Red Sox Pearl Harbor Hickam SubPac Asahi Holsum Bakers Red Sox Red Sox

1967 (10-21) Coach Henry Tominaga Result Score Opponent L 5-7 *Air Force L 7-8 Army L 2-11 SubPac L 2-6 Puerto Ricans L 8-13 Asahi L 4-6 *Air Force W 12-11 Army L 1-8 SubPac L 4-5 Puerto Ricans L 4-8 Asahi W 9-7 *Air Force W 11-8 Army L 1-11 SubPac W 6-3 Asahi W 4-3 Army L 0-5 Hickam L 4-14 Asahi W 7-3 SubPac L 0-1 *Air Force W 6-3 *Air Force L 6-10 Puerto Ricans L 0-7 SubPac L 4-17 Puerto Ricans W 11-10 Puerto Ricans L 4-11 Asahi L 0-11 Asahi L 1-4 *Air Force W 8-3 Army W 6-4 Army L 0-14 SubPac L 3-23 Puerto Ricans *Indicates collegiate opponent

1968 (10-23) Coach Henry Tominaga Result Score Opponent L 0-8 SubPac L 3-4 Holsum Bakers W 16-6 Army L 1-2 Hickam L 7-8 Asahi L 3-6 SubPac W 12-3 Army L 4-8 Holsum Bakers L 1-12 Asahi L 1-2 SubPac L 8-9 Army W 9-7 Holsum Bakers

L 6-7 Hickam L 0-5 Hickam L 4-14 Asahi L 0-1 Army W 2-1 Holsum Bakers W 6-3 Hickam L 4-6 SubPac L 1-5 Holsum Bakers W 11-7 Army L 3-4 Hickam L 3-8 Asahi L 1-15 SubPac W 5-3 Army L 8-14 Holsum Bakers W 7-2 Hickam L 1-4 Asahi L 0-16 *USC L 4-9 *Illinois W 12-7 *Air Force L 2-14 Asahi W 6-1 Army *Indicates collegiate opponent

1969 (8-8) Coach Dick Kitamura Result Score L 3-5 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 13-9 W 9-7 L 2-5 W 2-0 L 1-5 W 10-0 L 5-9 L 6-9 L 2-5 W 7-4 L 0-10 L 5-6 W 17-0

Opponent Hilo College SubPac SubPac Hickam Marines Army Holsum Asahi Hickam SubPac Army Holsum Marines SubPac Asahi Hickam

1970 (No Team) 1971 (0-4, First year of NCAA) Coach Les Murakami Date Result Score Opponent 3/21 L 0-10 Santa Clara (6) 3/27 L 0-5 Santa Clara 4/2 L 1-6 USC 4/7 L 0-8 USC

1972 (1-3) Coach Les Murakami Date Result Score Opponent 3/27 W 6-5 BYU 3/29 L 7-8 Washington St. 3/31 L 0-4 USC 4/1 L 1-7 Washington St.

1973 (1-7) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent UC Riverside (CA) Tournament 3/26 L 2-11 Vanderbilt 3/27 L 0-12 Wash. St. (5)

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3/27 3/28 3/28 3/30 3/31 4/17

L L L W L L

0-4 0-5 3-7 13-11 2-4 6-10

USC (7) Stanford Arizona St. Massachusetts @UC Riverside USC

1974 (6-11) Coach Les Murakami

Date 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/25 3/27 3/29 3/29 4/6 4/6 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/13

Result Score Opponent W 9-2 Mercer W 25-5 Mercer W 5-0 Mercer (7) L 1-3 Mercer (7) W 8-7 UC Irvine L 3-11 UC Irvine W 5-4 UC Irvine (7) L 4-5 UC Irvine L 1-22 @UC Irvine L 3-9 @UC Irvine (7) L 6-13 @UC Irvine L 6-15 @UCLA L 4-6 @Cal Poly-Pomona L 5-12@Cal Poly-Pomona W 7-5 @LMU L 3-6 @LMU L 0-1 @LMU (7)

1975 (25-13) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 3/4 W 6-4 BYU 3/4 W 3-1 BYU (7) 3/6 L 2-8 BYU 3/6 W 7-2 BYU (7) 3/8 W 6-5 BYU (12) 3/8 W 3-2 BYU (7) 3/10 L 4-11 Oklahoma 3/10 L 6-23 Oklahoma 3/12 L 2-4 Oklahoma 3/12 L 4-10 Oklahoma (7) 3/14 L 0-4 Oklahoma 3/14 L 3-4 Oklahoma (7) Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/22 W 5-3 Toledo 3/23 W 11-0 Meiji (Exb.) 3/23 L 2-7 Gonzaga 3/24 W 14-7 Gonzaga 3/25 W 8-1 Toledo 2/26 W 4-2 Meiji (Exb.) 3/30 4/1 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/20 4/21

W W W W W W W

2-1 5-3 5-1 5-3 8-3 6-2 5-4

LMU(7) LMU LMU(7) LMU LMU(7) Pacific Pacific

4/21 4/22 4/22 4/26 4/26 4/28 4/28 4/30 5/1 7/12 7/12 7/14 7/14 7/16 7/16 (14)

W W W W L L W L W L W L W W W

13-5 Pacific (7) 3-2 Pacific (10) 7-6 Pacific (10) 3-2 @San Francisco St. 2-7 @San Francisco St. 1-4 @San Francisco 6-5 @San Francisco 6-11 @California 14-1 @St. Mary’s (CA) 1-7 Cal Poly-Pomona 5-0 Cal Poly-Pomona (7) 4-10 Cal Poly-Pomona 6-0 Cal Poly-Pomona (7) 10-3 Cal Poly-Pomona 6-5 Cal Poly-Pomona

1976 (29-12) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 12/28 W 5-3 Iowa St. (7) 2/28 W 4-1 Iowa St. 2/29 W 6-1 Iowa St. (7) 2/29 L 2-5 Iowa St. 3/2 W 2-0 Iowa St. (7) 3/2 W 7-4 Iowa St. 3/3 W 6-5 Iowa St. (7) 3/3 W 4-3 Iowa St. 3/5 L 1-5 St. Mary’s (CA) (7) 3/5 L 2-10 St. Mary’s (CA) 3/6 L 0-6 St. Mary’s (CA) (7) 3/6 L 2-4 St. Mary’s (CA) 3/7 W 4-2 St. Mary’s (CA) (7) 3/7 W 9-7 St. Mary’s (CA) 3/13 W 5-4 Tulane 3/13 W 1-0 Tulane 3/14 L 0-1 Tulane (7) 3/14 W 4-0 Tulane 3/16 W 2-1 Tulane (7) 3/16 W 8-2 Tulane 3/25 L 4-8 Cal Poly-Pomona (7) 3/26 W 6-5 Cal Poly-Pomona (7) 3/26 L 2-4 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/27 L 4-8 Cal Poly-Pomona (7) 3/27 W 5-1 Cal Poly-Pomona 4/2 L 0-2 Spring Arbor (7) 4/2 W 5-0 Spring Arbor 4/3 W 10-0 Spring Arbor (7) 4/3 W 5-4 Spring Arbor 4/5 W 7-3 Spring Arbor (7) 4/5 W 12-4 Spring Arbor Rainbow Easter Tournament 4/11 W 11-1 Pacific 4/12 L 4-5 Westmont 4/13 W 7-5Ujimori Hawks (Ex) 4/14 W 6-3Ujimori Hawks (Ex) 4/15 W 5-0 Pacific 4/16 W 5-3 Westmont 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/25

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1-0 So. Cal. College (7) 7-0 So. Cal. College 7-3 So. Cal. College (7) 9-4 So. Cal. College 2-1 So. Cal. College (7) 2-7 So. Cal. College

1977 (43-13)

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1978 (38-14-1)

Coach Les Murakami

Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 2/27 W 7-5 Vanderbilt (7) 2/27 W 10-3 Vanderbilt 2/28 W 4-3 Vanderbilt (7) 2/28 W 7-6 Vanderbilt 3/2 W 10-4 Vanderbilt (7) 3/3 W 7-3 Vanderbilt 3/3 L 1-6 Vanderbilt (7) 3/3 W 9-3 Vanderbilt 3/4 W 4-0 BYU 3/5 L 1-4 BYU (7) 3/5 L 2-11 BYU 3/7 W 11-2 BYU (7) 3/7 W 5-1 BYU 3/8 W 1-0 BYU (11) 3/8 L 6-11 BYU 3/11 W 11-6 Gonzaga (7) 3/11 W 9-4 Gonzaga 3/12 L 6-7 Gonzaga (7) 3/12 W 13-0 Gonzaga 3/13 W 7-1 Gonzaga (7) 3/13 W 12-8 Gonzaga 3/15 W 6-1 Gonzaga (7) 3/15 W 7-4 Gonzaga 3/18 W 9-4 Oklahoma (7) 3/18 W 10-2 Oklahoma 3/19 W 5-2 Oklahoma (7) 3/19 W 4-3 Oklahoma 3/22 W 4-3 Oklahoma (8) 3/22 L 4-7 Oklahoma 3/29 W 3-0 Arizona St. (7) 3/29 W 6-0 Arizona St. 4/1 L 0-7 Arizona St. (7) 4/1 L 3-13 Arizona St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 4/3 W 7-3 Kearney St. 4/3 W 3-2 USC 4/4 W 5-4 Florida St. (15) 4/5 W 12-4 UNLV 4/6 W 16-5 UNLV 4/7 W 8-4 Kearney St. 4/7 W 8-7 USC (14) 4/8 L 2-5 Florida St.

Date Result Score Opponent 3/10 L 2-4 Murray St. 3/10 W 2-1 Oklahoma (11) 3/11 W 5-3 Oklahoma 3/11 L 2-5 Murray St. 3/12 W 5-4 Oklahoma (10) 3/12 W 5-3 Murray St. 3/14 L 0-2 Murray St. 3/14 W 5-0 Oklahoma Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/19 W 18-0 Ill.-Chicago Circle (5) 3/19 W 2-1 Santa Clara 3/20 W 5-0 Mesa St. 3/21 L 7-8 Northwestern 3/22 W 6-4 Ill.-Chicago Circle 3/23 L 1-2 Santa Clara 3/24 W 4-2 Mesa St. 3/24 W 10-1 Northwestern

4/15 W 29-2 UH-Hilo 4/16 W 10-2 UH-Hilo 4/17 W 11-2 UH-Hilo 4/24 W 4-1 @Pepperdine 4/24 W 3-2 @Pepperdine (7) 4/26 L 1-10 @USC 4/27 L 6-8 @Cal Poly-Pomona 4/29 W 9-3 @UNLV 4/30 W 8-4 Grand Canyon (7) 4/30 W 6-4 @UNLV 5/6 W 21-0 @UH-Hilo 5/7 W 9-1 @UH-Hilo (7) 5/7 W 4-0 @UH-Hilo (8) NCAA West Regional (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/26 L 1-6 USC 5/27 L 4-8 Cal State LA

3/27 3/27 3/29 3/29 3/30 3/30 4/4 4/4 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/26 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/3 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/20 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23

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2-1 UCLA (7) 0-9 UCLA 1-0 UCLA (7) 6-1 UCLA 7-4 UCLA (7) 5-3 UCLA 1-2 Nebraska (7) 3-5 Nebraska 2-7 Nebraska (7) 5-2 Nebraska 6-2 Nebraska (7) 0-1 California (7) 1-0 California 9-1 California 8-2 California 7-2 @UH-Hilo 2-1 @UH-Hilo (7) 10-3 @UH-Hilo (7) 8-3 @San Francisco 7-2 @San Francisco (7) 1-1 @California (6) 7-4 @Santa Clara 2-3 @UNLV 5-6 @UNLV 3-4 @UNLV 3-0 Cal State LA (7) 6-5 Cal State LA 4-2 Cal State LA (7) 5-0 Cal State LA (7) 1-2 UH-Hilo 10-3 UH-Hilo (7) 19-2 UH-Hilo 3-2 Oregon (7) 9-1 Oregon 5-0 Oregon (7) 4-2 Oregon 4-3 Oregon (19)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1979 (69-15) Coach Les Murakami

Date R Result Opponent l SScore O 2/2 W 17-0 @UH-Hilo 2/2 W 11-1 @UH-Hilo 2/3 W 16-4 @UH-Hilo 2/3 W 14-2 @UH-Hilo 2/4 W 12-1 @UH-Hilo 2/4 W 22-2 @UH-Hilo 2/8 W 2-1 Oregon St. (7) 2/8 W 4-2 Oregon St. 2/10 W 14-13 Oregon St. (7) 2/11 W 4-3 Oregon St. 2/12 W 5-2 Oregon St. 2/13 W 6-2 Oregon St. 2/13 L 0-2 CSUDH (7) 2/17 W 5-0 CSUDH 2/18 W 6-5 CSUDH (8) 2/18 W 13-3 CSUDH (7) 2/21 W 17-1 David Lipscomb(7) 2/21 W 23-7 David Lipscomb 2/22 W 11-4 David Lipscomb(7) 2/22 W 13-5 David Lipscomb 2/25 W 4-3 Iowa St. (7) 3/25 W 15-3 Iowa St. 2/26 W 8-3 Iowa St. (7) 2/26 W 14-2 Iowa St. (8) 2/28 W 4-1 Iowa St. (7) 2/28 L 6-7 Iowa St. 3/2 W 15-2 Vanderbilt 3/3 W 7-5 Vanderbilt 3/4 W 4-3 Vanderbilt (7) 3/4 W 4-1 Vanderbilt 3/5 W 5-2 Vanderbilt (7) 3/5 W 9-0 Vanderbilt 3/8 W 5-2 North Carolina (7) 3/8 W 5-0 North Carolina 3/9 W 5-1 North Carolina 3/10 W 9-1 North Carolina (7) 3/10 W 16-4 North Carolina 3/18 W 8-7 Cornell (7) 3/18 W 14-0 Cornell (7) 3/18 W 11-4 Cornell 3/20 W 4-3 Cornell (7) 3/20 W 7-1 Cornell Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/25 W 6-4 UH-Hilo 3/25 W 2-1 Nebraska 3/26 W 5-4 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/27 W 5-3 Tokai (Exb.) 3/28 W 16-6 UH-Hilo 3/29 W 11-1 Nebraska 3/30 W 4-1 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/30 W 7-3 Tokai (Exb.) 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/15

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7-6 Wyoming 5-1 Wyoming (7) 12-0 Wyoming 17-6 St. Mary’s (CA) 4-3 St. Mary’s (CA) (7) 5-3 St. Mary’s (CA) 4-0 St. Mary’s (CA) (7) 7-6 St. Mary’s (CA) 6-5 Mississippi St. 9-8 Mississippi St. (8) 19-12 Mississippi St. 4-6 Mississippi St. (7)

4/15 L 6-7 Mississippi St. 4/17 W 10-0 Mississippi St. 4/22 L 4-12 @CS Fullerton 4/23 L 3-7 @Cal State LA 4/25 W 10-0 @Long Beach St. 4/26 L 1-5 @Cal Poly-Pomona 4/27 W 9-8 @Santa Clara (10) 4/30 W 10-8 @San Jose St. (11) 5/6 W 11-2 USC 5/7 L 8-9 USC (11) 5/8 L 11-13 USC 5/19 W 11-1 UNLV 5/20 L 0-1 UNLV (7) 5/20 L 3-14 UNLV 5/21 L 6-7 UNLV (7) 5/21 W 5-3 UNLV Midwest Regional (Tucson, AZ) 5/25 W 4-3 Indiana St. 5/26 L 2-10 @Arizona 5/27 W 12-8 Oklahoma 5/27 L 3-5 @Arizona

1980 (60-18, 19-5 WAC, 1st Div.) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 2/1 W 6-2 @UH-Hilo 2/2 W 8-5 @UH-Hilo (7) 2/2 W 15-1 @UH-Hilo 2/3 W 9-0 UH-Hilo (7) 2/3 W 7-3 UH-Hilo 2/9 W 10-3 UH-Hilo 2/10 W 7-1 UH-Hilo (7) 2/10 W 13-2 UH-Hilo 2/15 L 11-13 Arizona St. (7) 2/15 W 8-7 Arizona St. 2/16 W 8-6 Arizona St. (7) 2/16 W 13-12 Arizona St. (10) 2/17 L 7-8 Arizona St. (7) 2/17 W 4-2 Arizona St. 2/29 W 3-2 Oklahoma 3/1 L 1-2 Oklahoma (8) 3/1 W 11-1 Oklahoma 3/2 L 0-1 Oklahoma (7) 3/2 W 8-7 Oklahoma 3/3 L 5-6 Oklahoma 3/7 W 7-6 Murray St. (7) 3/7 W 16-7 Murray St. 3/8 W 6-0 Murray St. (7) 3/8 W 12-6 Murray St. 3/9 W 7-3 Murray St. 3/10 L 2-6 Wichita St. 3/12 L 1-6 Wichita St. (7) 3/12 L 8-9 Wichita St. 3/13 W 7-3 Wichita St. 3/18 W 9-0 Kearney St. (7) 3/18 W 11-0 Kearney St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/21 W 6-1 Cal State LA 3/22 W 8-3 Cal State LA 3/24 W 6-2 Missouri 3/25 W 5-3 Chuo (Exb.) 3/26 W 10-7 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/27 W 6-0 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/27 W 14-5 Chuo (Exb.) 3/28 L 2-10 Missouri 4/4 W 15-8 @UTEP (7) 4/4 W 10-6 @UTEP

4/5 W 12-8 @UTEP (7) 4/5 W 12-4 @UTEP 4/7 W 9-1 @Wichita St. 4/8 W 12-6 @Wichita St. 4/10 W 6-1 @New Mexico (7) 4/10 W 13-11@New Mexico (8) 4/11 L 0-14 @New Mexico (7) 4/11 L 6-11 @New Mexico (6) 4/17 W 7-4 San Diego St. 4/18 W 11-4 San Diego St. (7) 4/19 W 6-5 San Diego St. (7) 4/19 W 7-4 San Diego St. 4/20 L 4-9 San Diego St. 4/24 W 9-4 UTEP 4/25 W 10-2 UTEP (7) 4/25 W 7-1 UTEP 4/26 W 9-0 UTEP (7) 4/26 W 7-6 UTEP (7) 4/27 L 1-10 UTEP 5/2 W 7-1 @San Diego St. (7) 5/2 L 2-3 @San Diego St. 5/3 L 5-8 @San Diego St. (7) 5/3 W 9-3 @San Diego St. 5/7 W 8-7 New Mexico 5/8 L 1-4 New Mexico (7) 5/8 W 11-10 New Mexico 5/9 W 9-0 New Mexico (7) 5/9 W 4-3 New Mexico (7) 5/10 W 4-2 New Mexico (7) WAC Playoffs (Honolulu) 5/16 W 9-2 BYU 5/17 W 7-0 BYU NCAA Central Regional (Austin, TX) 5/23 W 8-4 UT-Pan American 5/24 W 2-1 Louisiana Tech 5/25 W 7-3 @Texas College World Series (Omaha, NE) 5/30 W 7-6 Florida St. 6/1 W 7-6 St. John’s 6/3 W 9-3 Miami 6/4 L 4-5 Arizona (11) 6/6 L 3-5 Arizona

1981 (50-16, 10-5 WAC, 2nd Div.) Coach Les Murakami

3/7 W 8-6 Washington St. 3/8 W 8-7 Washington St. 3/18 L 3-9 Tulane (7) 3/18 W 6-2 Tulane (7) 3/19 W 9-4 Tulane 3/20 W 10-0 Tulane Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/22 W 6-0 Santa Clara 3/22 W 5-2 Nebraska 3/23 W 6-5 CS Northridge (12) 3/24 W 7-0 Nittaidai (Exb.) 3/25 W 10-2 Santa Clara 3/26 W 6-4 Nebraska 3/27 W 10-7 CS Northridge 3/27 W 2-1 Nittaidai (Exb.) 4/2 L 2-4 San Jose St. 4/3 W 6-0 San Jose St. (7) 4/3 W 5-1 San Jose St. 4/4 W 6-5 San Jose St. 4/4 W 11-1 San Jose St. 4/9 L 5-10 @New Mexico 4/10 W 4-0 @New Mexico (7) 4/10 W 18-8 @New Mexico 4/11 W 10-2 @New Mexico (7) 4/11 W 19-11 @New Mexico 4/12 L 6-10 Wichita St. 4/13 W 18-12 Wichita St. 4/16 W 6-3 UTEP 4/17 W 5-0 UTEP (7) 4/17 W 8-1 UTEP 4/18 W 5-2 UTEP (7) 4/18 W 8-2 UTEP 4/23 L 9-10 @San Diego St. 4/24 W 9-6 @San Diego St. (7) 4/24 L 8-9 @San Diego St.(13) 4/25 L 5-6 @San Diego St. (7) 4/25 L 0-8 @San Diego St. WAC Southern Division Playoffs (Best-of-5, Honolulu) 4/30 W 10-7 San Diego St. 5/1 L 8-9 San Diego St. 5/1 W 3-1 San Diego St. 5/2 L 1-6 San Diego St. 5/2 W 6-5 San Diego St. 5/8 W 9-5 Nevada (7) 5/8 W 4-0 Nevada 5/9 W 5-0 Nevada (7) 5/9 W 12-1 Nevada WAC Playoffs (Provo, UT) 5/18 L 4-11 @BYU (7) 5/18 L 1-3 @BYU

1982 (55-16, 17-7 WAC, 1st Div.) Coach Les Murakami Date 1/29 1/30 1/30 1/31 1/31 2/6 2/6 2/7 2/7 2/14 2/14 2/15 2/15 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/6 3/6 3/7

Result L W L L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score Opponent 9-10 California 2-1 California (7) 7-8 California 3-6 California (7) 6-12 California 7-2 @UH-Hilo (7) 12-4 @UH-Hilo 6-0 @UH-Hilo (7) 9-0 @UH-Hilo 9-7 UH-Hilo (7) 16-15 UH-Hilo (10) 7-1 UH-Hilo (7) 4-1 UH-Hilo 6-5 Vanderbilt (10) 3-2 Vanderbilt (7) 5-1 Vanderbilt 4-0 Vanderbilt (7) 7-4 Vanderbilt (7) 4-3 Washington St. (7) 8-2 Washington St. 6-1 Washington St. (7)

Date 2/5 2/5 2/6 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/19 2/20 2/20 2/21 3/1

Result W W W W W W W W W W W L

Score Oppo Opponent 14-4 @UH-Hilo (7) 17-5 @UH-Hilo 7-1 @UH-Hilo (7) 9-3 @UH-Hilo 10-7 USC 4-3 USC (7) 8-5 USC 3-1 UH-Hilo 5-2 UH-Hilo (7) 10-1 UH-Hilo 13-5 UH-Hilo 1-2 Arizona St. (11)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 3/2 W 4-0 Arizona St. (7) 3/2 L 4-6 Arizona St. 3/3 L 3-5 Arizona St. 3/6 L 2-9 Oklahoma (7) 3/6 W 7-3 Oklahoma 3/7 W 4-0 Oklahoma (7) 3/7 L 4-14 Oklahoma 3/9 L 0-4 Oklahoma 3/11 W 13-8 Creighton (5) 3/13 W 11-3 Creighton (7) 3/13 W 5-3 Creighton 3/14 W 7-2 Creighton (7) 3/25 W 10-9 CS Fullerton 3/26 W 8-5 CS Fullerton (7) 3/26 L 7-10 CS Fullerton 3/27 W 2-1 CS Fullerton 3/31 W 14-5 US International 3/31 W 9-0 US International 4/1 W 12-8 US International 4/2 W 1-0 US Int’l (7) 4/2 W 8-0 US Int’l (7) 4/3 W 10-3Pacific Lutheran (7) 4/3 L 1-2 Pacific Lutheran 4/3 W 9-2 Pacific Lutheran 4/5 W 7-0 St. Mary’s(MN) (7) 4/5 W 8-0 St. Mary’s(MN) 4/6 W 9-2 St. Mary’s(MN) (7) 4/6 W 6-1 St. Mary’s(MN) 4/9 W 10-9 San Diego St. 4/10 W 3-2 San Diego St. (7) 4/10 L 5-6 San Diego St. 4/11 W 7-1 San Diego St. 4/16 W 6-0 @UTEP (7) 4/16 W 15-5 @UTEP 4/17 L 1-10 @UTEP (7) 4/17 W 19-0 @UTEP (7) 4/19 L 5-6 @New Mexico (7) 4/19 L 9-17 @New Mexico (8) 4/20 L 4-8 @New Mexico (7) 4/20 L 8-10 @New Mexico 4/22 W 16-11 @Santa Clara 4/23 W 8-3 @Pacific 4/26 W 4-1 UTEP 4/27 W 3-2 UTEP (8) 4/27 W 3-1 UTEP (7) 4/28 W 8-6 UTEP 4/30 W 7-3 New Mexico 5/1 W 5-4 New Mexico (7) 5/1 W 3-2 New Mexico (12) 5/2 W 12-9 New Mexico 5/7 W 17-5 @San Diego St. 5/8 W 12-2@San Diego St. (7) 5/8 L 2-5 @San Diego St. 5/9 W 3-0 @San Diego St. 5/13 W 12-0 UNLV 5/14 W 5-0 UNLV (7) 5/14 W 19-0 UNLV 5/15 W 7-1 UNLV (7) 5/15 W 8-1 UNLV WAC Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/20 W 6-0 Utah 5/21 W 12-4 San Diego St. 5/22 W 12-5 San Diego St. NCAA West Regional (Fresno, Calif.) 5/27 L 5-10 Stanford 5/28 L 9-13 Pepperdine

1983 (47-20, 17-7 WAC, 2nd Div.) Coach Les Murakami

5/7 L 5-12 San Diego St. 5/8 L 2-4 San Diego St. 5/14 L 6-7 Arizona St. 5/15 W 15-5 Arizona St. 5/16 W 5-3 Arizona St. WAC Tournament (Provo, Utah) 5/19 L 5-7 BYU 5/20 W 6-4 Wyoming 5/20 L 11-1 Wyoming

1984 (48-22-1, 8-6 WAC, 1st Div.) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 2/3 W 11-4 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/5 W 4-0 Hawai‘i Pacific (7) 2/5 W 14-1 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/7 W 5-1 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/11 W 5-3 @UH-Hilo 2/12 L 0-1 @UH-Hilo (7) 2/12 W 6-2 @UH-Hilo 2/19 W 3-2 UH-Hilo (7) 2/19 W 8-3 UH-Hilo 2/20 W 11-5 UH-Hilo 2/24 W 9-7 Arizona 2/25 W 3-1 Arizona (7) 2/25 W 14-10 Arizona 2/26 W 13-5 Arizona 3/5 W 15-1 Kearney St. (7) 3/5 W 14-1 Kearney St. 3/6 W 9-0 Kearney St. (7) 3/6 W 14-7 Kearney St. 3/11 L 8-10 Fresno St. (10) 3/11 L 2-3 Fresno St. (7) 3/12 L 3-5 Fresno St. 3/13 W 6-1 Fresno St. 3/17 W 12-9 Wichita St. 3/18 L 6-11 Wichita St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/20 W 14-0 Nagoya (Exb.) (7) 3/20 W 15-3 Iowa (7) 3/21 L 6-8 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/22 W 11-2 Wichita St. 3/23 W 8-0 Nagoya (Exb.) 3/24 W 13-5 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/25 L 4-5 Iowa 3/25 L 6-7 Wichita St. 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/29 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/6 5/7

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22-2 Cornell 18-2 Cornell (5) 16-7 Cornell 6-0 Cornell 1-10 @San Diego St. 7-8 @San Diego St. (7) 4-2 @San Diego St. 2-5 @San Diego St. 16-15 @San Diego 14-1 New Mexico 2-1 New Mexico (7) 7-0 New Mexico 2-0 New Mexico (5) 8-7 UTEP (10) 12-8 UTEP (7) 9-8 UTEP 6-2 UTEP 4-2 @New Mexico (7) 16-15 @New Mexico 3-6 @New Mexico (7) 17-5 @New Mexico (8) 6-9 @UTEP (7) 12-10 @UTEP 11-7 @UTEP (7) 19-12 @UTEP 3-14 @UNLV 6-12 @UNLV 18-8 San Diego St. 9-5 San Diego St. (7)

Date R Result l SScore O Opponent 2/4 W 6-5 Hawai‘i Pacific (8) 2/4 W 16-13 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/5 W 11-6 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/5 W 12-4 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/10 W 7-0 @UH-Hilo (7) 2/10 W 9-4 @UH-Hilo 2/11 L 4-9 @UH-Hilo (7) 2/11 W 15-5 @UH-Hilo 2/17 L 3-5 USC 2/18 L 5-13 USC (7) 2/18 W 11-8 USC (7) 2/19 L 4-7 USC 2/24 L 2-6 Stanford (7) 2/24 W 8-4 Stanford 2/25 W 6-5 Stanford 2/26 T 13-13 Stanford (10) 2/28 W 9-8 Portland St. 2/29 L 7-8 Portland St. 3/2 W 4-3 Arizona St. 3/3 W 8-3 Arizona St. (7) 3/3 L 7-13 Arizona St. 3/4 L 4-5 Arizona St. 3/9 W 5-1 LMU 3/10 W 3-2 LMU 3/10 W 15-5 LMU (7) 3/11 W 11-9 LMU 3/15 W 11-3 Nebraska 3/16 W 2-1 Nebraska (7) 3/16 W 10-4 Nebraska 3/17 L 1-12 Nebraska 3/19 W 16-1 Concordia (7) Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/25 W 5-1 Waseda (Exb.) 3/26 L 4-5 UH-Hilo 3/27 L 3-4 Lewis-Clark St. 3/28 W 11-6 Waseda (Exb.) 3/29 L 0-5 UH-Hilo 3/30 W 4-2 Lewis-Clark St. 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/17 4/23 4/24 4/24

W W W W W W L W W W L W W W W

13-4 San Diego St. 11-5 San Diego St. (7) 10-0 San Diego St. (8) 3-1 San Diego St. 9-2 @New Mexico (7) 14-10 @New Mexico 9-10 @New Mexico 14-10 @New Mexico 16-12 @UTEP (7) 8-6 @UTEP 3-5 @UTEP (7) 15-8 @UTEP 3-0 New Mexico 4-2 New Mexico (7) 8-2 New Mexico

4/25 W 11-8 New Mexico 4/27 W 2-0 UTEP 4/28 W 9-3 UTEP (7) 4/28 W 14-4 UTEP (7) 4/29 W 1-0 UTEP 5/4 L 0-9 @San Diego St. 5/5 L 3-5 @San Diego St. (7) 5/5 L 10-11 @San Diego St. 5/6 L 8-9 @San Diego St. 5/7 L 2-13 @USC 5/11 W 17-2 San Jose St. 5/12 W 11-1 San Jose St. (7) 5/12 W 10-9 San Jose St. 5/13 W 24-2 San Jose St. WAC Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/17 W 17-4 Utah 5/18 W 10-6 BYU 5/19 L 6-8 San Diego St. 5/19 W 5-4 San Diego St. NCAA West Regional (Tempe, Ariz.) 5/25 W 10-7 Stanford (10) 5/26 L 11-15 @Arizona St. 5/27 L 7-11 Stanford

1985 (56-31, 15-9 WAC, 2nd Div.) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 2/1 W 10-4 UH-Hilo (7) 2/1 W 10-4 UH-Hilo 2/2 W 7-2 UH-Hilo (7) 2/2 W 6-4 UH-Hilo 2/7 W 9-7 UCLA 2/8 L 3-10 UCLA 2/9 W 6-5 UCLA (11) 2/10 W 7-2 UCLA (Maui) 2/15 L 1-11 California (7) 2/16 W 9-8 California 2/17 L 7-15 California 2/19 L 5-6 Hawai‘i Pacific (7) 2/19 W 3-2 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/22 W 6-2 Fresno St. 2/23 W 8-7 Fresno St. (7) 2/23 L 3-9 Fresno St. 2/24 W 12-7 Fresno St. 2/26 L 3-5 Portland St. 2/27 W 7-6 Portland St. 3/1 W 9-8 USC 3/2 W 8-3 USC (7) 3/2 L 10-12 USC 3/3 L 3-5 USC 3/5 W 11-0 Hawai‘i Pacific (7) 3/5 W 5-4 Hawai‘i Pacific 3/8 W 4-3 Washington St. (10) 3/9 W 7-1 Washington St. (7) 3/9 W 8-3 Washington St. 3/10 L 2-7 Washington St. 3/12 W 10-7 Shippensburg 3/15 W 5-0 Murray St. 3/16 W 6-5 Murray St. (7) 3/16 W 27-12 Murray St. 3/17 W 10-2 Murray St. 3/19 L 3-4 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/20 W 14-2 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/21 W 5-4Cal Poly-Pomona (10) Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/23 W 6-1 BYU 3/24 L 8-12 Wichita St.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 3/25 L 7-9 CS Northridge 3/26 L 2-4 Lewis-Clark St. 3/26 W 3-0 CS Northridge 3/27 W 16-6 BYU 3/28 L 7-8 Wichita St. 3/29 W 3-2 Lewis-Clark St. 4/3 L 4-5 @Cal Poly-Pomona 4/4 L 6-7 @UC Santa Barbara 4/6 W 6-1 @San Diego St. (7) 4/6 W 4-2 @San Diego St. 4/7 W 5-3 @San Diego St. (7) 4/7 L 0-7 @San Diego St. 4/9 L 1-8 Mississippi St. 4/10 W 4-3 Mississippi St. 4/11 L 2-6 New Mexico 4/12 L 5-8 New Mexico (7) 4/12 L 3-8 New Mexico 4/13 W 9-1 New Mexico 4/15 W 10-3 UTEP 4/16 W 9-3 UTEP (7) 4/16 W 15-2 UTEP (7) 4/17 W 6-3 UTEP 4/18 W 4-3 UH-Hilo (7) 4/19 W 6-2 UH-Hilo (7) 4/19 L 2-6 UH-Hilo (7) 4/23 L 6-7 @New Mexico (7) 4/23 L 1-11 @New Mexico 4/24 L 5-7 @New Mexico (7) 4/24 L 8-11 @New Mexico 4/26 L 14-15 @UTEP (7) 4/26 W 15-11 @UTEP (10) 4/27 W 12-4 @UTEP (7) 4/27 W 11-6 @UTEP 4/29 L 5-9 @San Francisco 4/30 L 4-11 @California 5/3 W 3-2 San Diego St. (11) 5/4 W 9-2 San Diego St. 5/4 W 6-1 San Diego St. 5/5 W 4-0 San Diego St. 5/9 W 3-2 Pepperdine 5/10 W 10-4 Pepperdine 5/11 W 9-2 Pepperdine WAC Tournament (Provo, Utah) 5/16 L 5-6 @BYU

1986 (43-24, 15-9 WAC, 2nd Div.) Coach Les Murakami

3/14 W 14-4 Texas A&M 3/15 L 3-4 Texas A&M 3/16 W 7-6 Texas A&M 3/18 W 13-3 Iona 3/19 W 19-0 Iona Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/21 W 9-1 Hawai‘i Pacific 3/21 W 11-2 Waseda (Exb.) 3/22 W 6-2 Georgia Tech 3/23 W 14-13 Santa Clara 3/24 W 18-4 CS Sacramento (7) 3/25 W 8-4 Waseda (Exb.) 3/25 L 0-1 Hawai‘i Pacific 3/26 L 2-4 CS Sacramento 3/27 L 2-9 Georgia Tech 3/28 L 3-4 Santa Clara 4/5 W 7-6 San Diego St. 4/6 W 10-0 San Diego St. (7) 4/6 W 12-2 San Diego St. (7) 4/7 W 10-6 San Diego St. 4/11 W 9-4 @Utah (7) 4/11 W 11-1 @Utah (7) 4/12 L 5-6 @Utah (7) 4/12 L 6-7 @Utah 4/14 W 16-3 @BYU (7) 4/14 L 7-10 @BYU 4/15 L 1-8 @BYU (7) 4/15 W 13-10 @BYU 4/21 W 5-4 BYU 4/22 W 7-4 BYU (7) 4/22 L 4-5 BYU 4/23 W 6-3 BYU 4/25 W 6-1 Utah 4/26 W 3-2 Utah 4/26 W 4-2 Utah 4/27 W 13-7 Utah 5/2 L 7-8 @San Diego St. 5/3 L 2-4 @San Diego St. (7) 5/3 L 1-7 @San Diego St. 5/4 L 2-5 @San Diego St. WAC Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) 5/8 W 12-2 Wyoming 5/9 L 1-2 @San Diego St. 5/9 W 14-7 Wyoming 5/10 W 10-3 @San Diego St. 5/10 L 2-9 @San Diego St. 5/17 W 12-11 USC 5/18 W 5-3 USC NCAA West Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) 5/22 W 6-3 @UCLA 5/23 W 8-6 UC Santa Barbara 5/24 L 6-10 LMU 5/25 L 5-12 LMU

1987 (45-19, 21-2 WAC, 1st West) Coach Les Murakami

2/22 W 5-4 Fresno St. 2/27 W 8-4 Arkansas 2/28 W 6-5 Arkansas (10) 3/1 L 7-9 Arkansas (10) 3/2 L 4-7 Arkansas 3/5 W 4-3 BYU (10) 3/6 W 13-3 BYU 3/7 L 6-9 BYU 3/13 W 3-1 Arizona St. 3/14 L 5-9 Arizona St. (11) 3/15 L 1-7 Arizona St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/20 L 4-6 Portland St. 3/21 W 1-0 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/21 W 13-2 Cornell (7) 3/22 L 0-2 Wichita St. 3/23 W 6-5 UH-Hilo 3/24 L 3-6 Cal Poly-Pomona 3/25 W 6-1 Portland St. 3/26 W 14-13 UH-Hilo 3/26 W 15-1 Cornell (7) 3/27 L 6-8 Wichita St. 4/3 L 6-9 @Chapman 4/4 W 5-3 @San Diego St. (7) 4/4 W 5-3 @San Diego St. 4/5 W 4-3 @San Diego St. (7) 4/5 L 3-4 @San Diego St. 4/9 W 3-1 Colorado St. 4/10 W 3-1 Colorado St. (7) 4/10 W 10-4 Colorado St. 4/11 W 15-0 Colorado St. 4/13 W 4-3 Wyoming (11) 4/14 W 5-0 Wyoming (7) 4/14 W 8-7 Wyoming 4/15 W 8-2 Wyoming 4/18 W 9-0 Hawai‘i Pacific 4/19 W 3-2 Hawai‘i Pacific 4/23 W 3-1 San Diego St. 4/24 W 6-5 San Diego St. (10) 4/24 W 9-0 San Diego St. (7) 4/26 W 13-6 San Diego St. 4/29 W 12-2 @Colorado St. (7) 4/29 W 30-5 @Colorado St. (7) 4/30 W 28-7 @Colorado St. (7) 4/30 W 17-8 @Colorado St. 5/1 L 9-10 @Wyoming 5/2 W 13-9 @Wyoming (7) 5/2 W 25-15 @Wyoming WAC Tournament (Provo, Utah) 5/7 W 6-3 New Mexico 5/8 W 17-10 San Diego St. 5/9 W 6-5 @BYU NCAA West II Regional (Tempe, Ariz.) 5/22 L 11-12 UCLA 5/23 W 6-3 Arizona 5/24 L 7-16 UCLA

1988 (40-21-1, 21-6-1 WAC, 3rd) Coach Les Murakami

Date 2/1 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/7 3/8 3/9

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Result W W W L W L L W L W L L W W W W W W W

Score Opponent 10-1 @UH-Hilo 7-3 @UH-Hilo 6-5 Arizona St. 7-8 Arizona St. 11-1 Arizona St. 2-8 Stanford 8-9 Stanford 10-1 Stanford 8-11 Arizona 9-5 Arizona 2-7 Arizona 1-6 Portland St. 3-2 Portland St. 6-2 UC Santa Barbara 3-2 UC Santa Barbara 7-4 UC Santa Barbara 6-4 Purdue 18-4 Purdue 9-2 Purdue

2/19 W 8-7 California (10) 2/20 L 1-9 California 2/21 L 3-4 California 2/26 L 7-8 LMU 2/27 L 6-9 LMU (14) 2/28 W 8-2 LMU 3/4 W 10-1 UC Santa Barbara 3/5 W 7-3 UC Santa Barbara 3/6 W 8-4 UC Santa Barbara 3/11 L 3-11 Arizona St. 3/12 L 4-6 Arizona St. 3/13 L 1-4 Arizona St. 3/15 W 8-4 Murray St. 3/16 W 22-1 Murray St. 3/17 L 3-8 Murray St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/19 W 1-0 Portland St. 3/20 L 5-11 Lewis-Clark St. 3/21 W 12-2 Hawai‘i Pacific (7) 3/21 W 15-5 Washington (8) 3/22 L 1-9 Nebraska 3/23 L 0-1 Lewis-Clark St. 3/24 W 5-3 Washington (10) 3/25 W 17-11 Portland St. (8) 3/25 W 6-5 Hawai‘i Pacific 3/26 L 6-12 Nebraska 4/1 W 5-0 Wyoming 4/2 W 11-10 Wyoming (8) 4/2 W 11-6 Wyoming 4/3 W 4-1 Wyoming 4/8 W 14-9 @New Mexico (7) 4/8 W 19-4 @New Mexico 4/9 L 4-14 @New Mexico (7) 4/9 W 9-2 @New Mexico 4/15 W 4-0 Utah 4/16 W 4-3 Utah (7) 4/16 W 11-2 Utah 4/17 W 8-7 Utah (10) 4/22 W 11-2 Air Force 4/23 W 8-1 Air Force (7) 4/23 W 7-0 Air Force 4/24 W 8-1 Air Force 4/30 W 18-12 @Colorado St. (8) 4/30 W 13-10 @Colorado St. 5/1 W 6-1 @Colorado St. (7) 5/1 W 21-6 @Colorado St. 5/6 W 18-14 @BYU (7) 5/6 L 1-11 @BYU 5/7 L 5-14 @BYU (7) 5/7 T 10-10 @BYU 5/13 L 4-5 San Diego St. 5/14 L 3-6 San Diego St. (7) 5/14 W 12-4 San Diego St. 5/15 L 2-6 San Diego St. WAC Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/19 L 1-2 BYU 5/20 L 7-8 San Diego St.

1989 (40-27, 18-10, 3rd) Coach Les Murakami

D Date 1/31 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/20 2/21

Result R l W W L L W W L L W L W

SScore 5-3 13-4 4-8 4-5 3-1 5-4 6-9 3-11 8-7 6-8 10-3

O Opponent @UH-Hilo @UH-Hilo USC USC USC UCLA (10) UCLA UCLA UCLA (10) Fresno St. Fresno St.

Date 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/12 2/13 2/14

Result W W W W L W W

Score 20-6 9-2 6-1 16-2 0-5 5-4 4-3

Opponent @UH-Hilo San Jose St. San Jose St. San Jose St. Stanford Stanford (10) Stanford (14)

Date 2/3 2/4 2/5 2/10 2/11 2/12

Result W W L L W W

Score 11-0 14-3 3-4 4-20 10-9 7-3

Opponent UNLV UNLV UNLV Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2/17 W 7-6 USC 2/18 L 5-8 USC 2/19 L 10-12 USC 2/24 L 5-8 Fresno St. 2/25 L 1-3 Fresno St. 2/26 L 5-6 Fresno St. 3/3 W 3-2 Indiana St. 3/4 W 4-1 Indiana St. 3/5 L 3-6 Indiana St. 3/10 W 11-5 Kansas 3/11 W 9-1 Kansas 3/12 W 11-5 Kansas 3/16 W 4-0 BYU 3/17 L 3-15 BYU (7) 3/17 L 7-8 BYU (7) 3/18 W 11-4 BYU 3/20 L 6-8 Mississippi St. 3/21 L 4-10 Mississippi St. 3/22 W 10-7 Mississippi St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/24 W 9-6 Portland St. 3/25 W 6-2 Fordham 3/26 W 7-2 Wichita St. 3/27 L 5-7 Lewis-Clark St. 3/27 W 5-1 Portland St. 3/28 L 4-5 UH-Hilo 3/29 L 3-4 Wichita St. 3/30 W 4-3 UH-Hilo 3/31 L 4-7 Lewis-Clark St 4/1 W 11-6 Fordham 4/7 L 2-9 @Air Force (7) 4/7 L 17-18 @Air Force (7) 4/8 W 14-7 @Air Force (7) 4/8 L 7-10 @Air Force (7) 4/11 W 4-1 @Wyoming (7) 4/11 W 15-11 @Wyoming (7) 4/12 W 3-2 @Wyoming (7) 4/12 W 10-4 @Wyoming (7) 4/15 W 21-0 Colorado St. 4/16 W 8-2 Colorado St. (7) 4/16 W 2-1 Colorado St. (7) 4/17 W 9-2 Colorado St. 4/21 W 22-2 New Mexico 4/22 W 6-2 New Mexico (7) 4/22 W 22-1 New Mexico (7) 4/23 W 14-4 New Mexico 4/28 W 10-8 Hawai‘i Pacific 5/5 W 17-8 @Utah (8) 5/5 W 6-4 @Utah (7) 5/6 L 4-7 @Utah (7) 5/6 L 3-4 @Utah (7) 5/14 W 9-3 @San Diego St. (7) 5/14 L 3-4 @San Diego St. (8) 5/15 L 1-12 @San Diego St. (7) 5/15 L 1-5 @San Diego St. (7) WAC Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/18 W 6-5 San Diego St. 5/19 L 3-5 BYU 5/19 W 10-9 San Diego St. 5/20 W 3-1 BYU 5/20 W 8-2 BYU NCAA West I Regional (Tucson, Ariz.) 5/26 L 7-14 Long Beach St. 5/27 L 3-17 Arizona

1990 (37-24-1, 17-10-1 WAC, 4th) 1991 (51-18, 22-5 WAC, 1st) Coach Les Murakami

Coach Les Murakami

5/18 L 4-6 San Diego St. 5/18 L 2-7 San Diego St. (10) NCAA West I Regional (Los Angeles, CA) 5/24 L 3-5 Minnesota 5/25 W 7-3 Middle Tenn St. 5/26 W 12-5 Minnesota 5/26 W 7-3 USC 5/27 L 8-15 Creighton

1992 (49-14, 20-6 WAC, 1st) Coach Les Murakami Date Result Score Opponent 2/2 L 2-3 UCLA 2/3 W 7-1 UCLA 2/4 L 0-7 UCLA 2/9 L 6-12 Stanford 2/10 L 2-11 Stanford 2/11 L 2-8 Stanford 2/16 L 3-8 California 2/17 L 4-6 California (14) 2/18 W 5-4 California 2/23 W 6-0 Notre Dame 2/24 W 12-7 Notre Dame 3/1 W 9-5 Nebraska 3/2 W 4-2 Nebraska 3/3 W 9-2 Nebraska 3/4 W 9-2 Nebraska 3/9 W 10-8 Maine 3/10 W 8-7 Maine (10) 3/11 L 3-10 Maine 3/16 W 3-0 UH-Hilo 3/21 L 2-3 Arizona St. 3/22 L 1-7 Arizona St. 3/23 L 3-15 Arizona St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/24 W 9-8 Iona (11) 3/29 W 7-5 Iona 3/30 W 6-1 Oklahoma St. 3/31 W 6-4 Wright St. 4/6 L 3-9 @BYU (7) 4/6 L 9-10 @BYU (8) 4/7 L 4-8 @BYU (7) 4/7 T 10-10 @BYU (7) 4/10 W 7-2 @Utah (7) 4/10 W 7-5 @Utah (7) 4/11 L 3-4 @Utah (7) 4/11 W 8-3 @Utah (7) 4/14 W 6-4 Colorado St. 4/15 W 7-3 Colorado St. (7) 4/15 W 4-0 Colorado St. (7) 4/16 W 5-3 Colorado St. 4/20 L 2-7 San Diego St. 4/21 W 3-2 San Diego St. (7) 4/21 L 0-7 San Diego St. (7) 4/22 W 6-2 San Diego St. 4/27 W 9-0 Air Force 4/28 L 5-6 Air Force (7) 4/28 W 9-1 Air Force (7) 4/29 W 9-4 Air Force 5/3 W 7-5 @Wyoming 5/4 L 4-13 @Wyoming (8) 5/4 L 7-8 @Wyoming (7) 5/5 L 0-5 @Wyoming 5/12 W 7-2 New Mexico (7) 5/12 W 4-3 New Mexico (7) 5/13 W 3-0 New Mexico 5/14 W 2-0 New Mexico WAC Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/17 L 4-5 San Diego St. (11) 5/18 L 2-8 Wyoming

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Date Result Score Opponent 2/1 L 5-8 Washington 2/2 W 6-5 Washington 2/3 W 6-3 Washington 2/7 W 15-7 BYU 2/8 W 7-4 BYU (7) 2/8 W 3-1 BYU (7) 2/9 W 12-3 BYU 2/15 W 6-3 USC 2/16 L 4-8 USC 2/17 W 4-2 USC 2/22 W 9-8 Fresno St. 2/23 W 5-4 Fresno St. 2/24 L 8-17 Fresno St. 3/1 W 9-3 Arkansas 3/2 L 9-17 Arkansas 3/3 W 2-1 Arkansas 3/8 W 14-7 Murray St. 3/9 W 10-1 Murray St. 3/10 W 5-0 Murray St. 3/15 W 6-4 Arizona St. 3/16 W 9-8 Arizona St. 3/17 W 7-3 Arizona St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/22 W 6-5 Wichita St. 3/23 W 6-0 Davidson (7) 3/24 W 7-6 CS Sacramento (12) 3/25 L 8-9 Washington St. 3/26 W 7-4 Portland St. 3/27 W 10-0 Lewis-Clark St. (8) 3/28 W 10-7 UH-Hilo 3/29 W 7-2 Washington St. 3/30 L 2-5 Wichita St. 4/3 W 9-7 @Colorado St. (7) 4/3 W 14-9 @Colorado St. (7) 4/4 L 0-11 @Colorado St. (7) 4/4 W 10-3 @Colorado St. (7) 4/7 W 3-0 @Air Force (8) 4/7 W 14-13 @Air Force (7) 4/8 W 12-11 @Air Force 4/12 W 5-2 Wyoming 4/13 W 5-0 Wyoming (7) 4/13 W 3-2 Wyoming (7) 4/14 W 3-1 Wyoming 4/18 W 13-6 Grand Canyon 4/19 W 11-4 Grand Canyon 4/20 L 3-5 Grand Canyon 4/21 W 7-5 Grand Canyon 4/26 W 12-8 @New Mexico (7) 4/26 L 2-10 @New Mexico (7) 4/27 W 17-15 @New Mexico (7) 4/27 L 6-11 @New Mexico (7) 4/29 L 1-8 @California 4/30 L 4-10 @USC 5/3 W 5-0 @San Diego St. (7) 5/3 L 0-4 @San Diego St. (7) 5/4 W 11-9 @San Diego St. (7) 5/4 L 4-5 @San Diego St. (7) 5/10 W 5-0 Utah 5/11 W 2-0 Utah (7) 5/11 W 4-0 Utah (7) 5/12 W 11-9 Utah WAC Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/16 W 7-6 Wyoming 5/17 W 12-9 BYU

Date Result Score Opponent 1/31 W 7-6 Arizona 2/1 L 0-7 Arizona 2/2 W 6-3 Arizona 2/7 W 11-10 UCLA 2/8 L 0-1 UCLA 2/9 W 6-5 UCLA 2/14 L 2-5 California 2/15 W 7-0 California 2/16 W 13-6 California 2/21 L 4-16 Stanford 2/22 L 2-3 Stanford 2/23 W 4-0 Stanford 2/28 W 9-8 CS Sacramento (11) 2/29 W 8-4 CS Sacramento 3/1 W 16-1 CS Sacramento 3/6 W 12-0 Washington 3/7 W 11-3 Washington 3/8 W 10-2 Washington 3/13 W 6-2 Portland St. 3/14 W 6-4 Portland St. 3/21 W 11-9 Cal Poly-Pomona Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/22 W 6-1 Grand Canyon 3/23 W 9-1 Dartmouth 3/24 W 7-2 Brown 3/25 W 6-0 Grand Canyon 3/26 W 6-4 Dartmouth 3/27 W 11-4 Brown 3/28 L 0-4 Meiji (Exb.) 4/3 W 4-1 Wyoming 4/4 W 4-2 Wyoming (7) 4/4 W 6-0 Wyoming (7) 4/5 W 7-0 Wyoming 4/10 L 8-11 New Mexico 4/11 W 3-1 New Mexico (7) 4/11 W 10-2 New Mexico (7) 4/12 W 4-3 New Mexico 4/17 W 3-2 @BYU (7) 4/17 L 7-13 @BYU (7) 4/18 L 6-7 @BYU (7) 4/18 L 3-9 @BYU (7) 4/21 L 2-3 @Utah (7) 4/21 W 14-4 @Utah (6) 4/24 W 8-2 Air Force 4/25 W 20-2 Air Force (7) 4/25 W 7-2 Air Force (7) 4/26 W 10-2 Air Force 5/2 W 11-2 @San Diego St. (7) 5/2 L 1-2 @San Diego St. (7) 5/3 W 6-4 @San Diego St. (7) 5/3 W 5-2 @San Diego St. (7) 5/8 W 13-0 Colorado St. 5/9 W 4-2 Colorado St. (7)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 5/9 W 9-0 Colorado St. (7) 5/10 W 3-1 Colorado St. WAC Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) 5/14 W 7-1 New Mexico 5/15 W 1-0 San Diego St. (10) 5/16 L 2-7 New Mexico 5/16 W 5-3 New Mexico NCAA West Regional (Tucson, Ariz.) 5/22 L 0-8 S. Eastern Louisiana 5/23 W 10-3 Arizona 5/24 W 10-3 S. Eastern Louisiana 5/24 W 9-3 Washington 5/25 W 6-3 Pepperdine 5/25 L 0-9 Pepperdine

1993 (34-25, 11-13 WAC, 4th) Coach Les Murakami

4/24 L 3-8 San Diego St. 4/25 W 6-4 San Diego St. 4/30 L 8-9 @CS Northridge 5/1 L 0-6 @CS Northridge 5/2 L 10-11 @CS Northridge 5/7 W 10-5 CS Sacramento 5/8 W 7-1 CS Sacramento 5/9 L 1-11 CS Sacramento 5/14 W 4-1 @San Diego St. 5/15 L 3-4 @San Diego St. 5/16 L 4-5 @San Diego St. NCAA Central I Regional (College Station, Tex.) 5/27 W 9-8 North Carolina 5/28 L 4-9 UCLA 5/29 L 8-10 North Carolina

4/17 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/13 5/14 5/15

L L L L L L L W W W W W L

3-7 CS Northridge 5-6 @San Diego St. (15) 2-8 @San Diego St. 9-10 @San Diego St. (11) 2-5 Fresno St. 2-3 Fresno St. 7-9 Fresno St. 6-5 @CS Sacramento 11-3 @CS Sacramento 7-3 @CS Sacramento 10-9 UH-Hilo 7-4 UH-Hilo (8) 5-6 UH-Hilo

1995 (30-24, 12-17 WAC, 6th West)

4/22 4/23 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/12 5/13 5/14

L W L W L L L L W W W

5-14 Fresno St. 5-3 Fresno St. 3-6 CS Northridge 7-6 CS Northridge (10) 9-11 CS Northridge 2-3 @CS Sacramento 3-9 @CS Sacramento 0-2 @CS Sacramento 9-5 Cal Poly-SLO 3-2 Cal Poly-SLO 7-6 Cal Poly-SLO

1996 (29-26, 12-18 WAC, 5th West) Coach Les Murakami

Coach Les Murakami

1994 (28-28, 8-16 WAC, 5th) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 1/26 W 9-7 @UH-Hilo 1/28 W 9-4 Arizona St. 1/29 L 6-22 Arizona St. 1/30 L 2-4 Arizona St. 1/31 L 4-10 Arizona St. 2/5 W 9-4 USC 2/6 W 3-0 USC 2/7 W 11-4 USC 2/12 W 21-6 California 2/13 L 2-3 California (13) 2/14 L 8-9 California 2/15 W 9-5 California 2/19 W 16-6 Washington 2/20 L 1-3 Washington 2/21 W 7-4 Washington 2/26 W 9-2 Santa Clara 2/27 L 8-9 Santa Clara 2/28 L 3-9 Santa Clara 3/2 W 7-6 Fresno St. 3/3 L 6-8 Fresno St. 3/4 W 5-4 Fresno St. 3/5 L 6-8 Illinois 3/6 L 6-8 Illinois 3/7 W 11-5 Illinois 3/11 W 4-0 Washington St. 3/12 W 4-3 Washington St. 3/13 W 14-6 Washington St. 3/14 W 14-7 Washington St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/21 W 12-1 Northwestern 3/22 W 2-0 Tulane 3/23 W 10-9 Wichita St. 3/24 W 3-0 Portland St. 3/25 W 4-1 Lewis-Clark St. 3/26 W 8-0 Lewis-Clark St. 3/27 W 4-2 Wichita St. 4/2 L 9-11 CS Northridge 4/3 W 6-0 CS Northridge 4/4 W 3-1 CS Northridge 4/10 W 6-2 @CS Sacramento 4/10 L 4-1 @CS Sacramento 4/12 W 13-5 @CS Sacramento 4/16 L 2-3 @Fresno St. 4/17 L 4-5 @Fresno St. 4/18 L 3-4 @Fresno St. 4/23 W 3-1 San Diego St.

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Date Result Score Opponent 1/23 W 7-3 @UH-Hilo 1/27 W 9-8 California 1/28 W 9-8 California (10) 1/29 W 6-3 California 1/30 W 10-3 California 2/3 L 3-11 Florida St. 2/4 L 4-6 Florida St. 2/5 W 6-1 Florida St. 2/6 L 3-9 Florida St. 2/11 W 14-8 LMU 2/12 W 4-3 LMU 2/13 L 6-7 LMU 2/18 W 6-3 Stanford 2/19 L 5-7 Stanford 2/20 L 7-11 Stanford 2/25 W 6-4 UCLA 2/26 W 9-8 UCLA (10) 2/27 W 8-7 UCLA 3/3 W 5-2 Washington St. 3/4 L 1-9 Washington St. 3/5 W 7-1 Washington St. 3/6 L 0-8 Washington St. 3/11 L 8-10 @CS Northridge 3/12 L 4-14 @CS Northridge 3/13 L 6-9 @CS Northridge 3/18 W 10-8 San Diego St. 3/19 W 5-4 San Diego St. (10) 3/20 L 1-6 San Diego St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/21 L 7-9 Washington 3/22 W 7-4 Oregon St. 3/23 L 3-7 Clemson 3/25 L 7-9 Grand Canyon (6) 3/25 W 11-3 Lewis-Clark St. (6) 3/26 W 13-4 Oregon St. 3/27 W 4-3 Washington 4/1 L 3-5 CS Sacramento 4/2 L 5-7 CS Sacramento 4/3 W 5-4 CS Sacramento 4/8 L 0-5 @Fresno St. 4/9 L 3-7 @Fresno St. 4/10 W 4-2 @Fresno St. 4/15 L 1-2 CS Northridge 4/16 W 13-7 CS Northridge

Date Result Score Opponent 1/20 L 1-5 UCLA 1/21 W 9-8 UCLA (12) 1/22 L 2-9 UCLA 1/27 W 4-2 Portland St. 1/28 W 4-2 Portland St. 1/29 W 5-0 Portland St. 2/3 W 3-1 San Jose St. 2/4 W 5-0 San Jose St. 2/5 W 5-1 San Jose St. 2/9 W 9-2 BYU 2/10 W 6-0 BYU 2/11 W 5-1 BYU 2/12 W 15-5 UH-Hilo (Maui) 2/17 W 3-2 California 2/18 L 7-11 California 2/19 W 4-2 California 2/20 L 1-3 @UH-Hilo 2/24 L 2-6 USC 2/25 W 3-2 USC (12) 2/26 W 4-1 USC 3/6 L 6-7 @Cal Poly-SLO 3/6 L 3-7 @Cal Poly-SLO 3/7 L 4-15 @Cal Poly-SLO 3/11 L 1-5 @Fresno St. 3/12 W 7-6 @Fresno St. (10) 3/12 L 7-10 @Fresno St. 3/17 L 1-8 San Diego St. 3/18 W 6-2 San Diego St. 3/19 W 10-5 San Diego St. 3/23 L 2-3 @CS Northridge (11) 3/24 L 5-20 @CS Northridge 3/25 L 10-12 @CS Northridge Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/27 W 7-0 UH-Hilo 3/28 W 10-5 San Francisco 3/29 L 1-5 Wichita St. 3/30 L 2-5 Grand Canyon 3/31 W 4-0 Meiji (Exb.) 4/1 L 2-5 Meiji (Exb.) 4/2 W 9-7 Grand Canyon 4/7 W 6-5 CS Sacramento 4/8 W 2-1 CS Sacramento 4/9 L 8-14 CS Sacramento 4/14 W 7-2 @San Diego St. 4/15 L 4-10 @San Diego St. 4/21 W 12-6 Fresno St.

Date Result Score Opponent 1/19 W 7-2 Washington St. 1/20 W 6-5 Washington St. 1/21 L 0-14 Washington St. 1/26 W 11-1 Stanford 1/27 L 0-16 Stanford 1/28 L 3-5 Stanford 2/2 L 5-11 Santa Clara 2/3 W 8-0 Santa Clara 2/4 W 8-1 Santa Clara 2/9 W 10-9 UCLA (10) 2/10 L 4-12 UCLA 2/11 L 6-11 UCLA 2/16 W 6-5 California 2/17 W 12-6 California 2/18 W 7-3 California 2/19 W 7-0 UH-Hilo (Kauai) 2/23 W 4-2 San Diego St. 2/24 L 6-7 San Diego St. 2/25 L 3-7 San Diego St. 3/1 W 6-5 @CS Sacramento (11) 3/2 W 5-4 @CS Sacramento 3/3 L 9-16 @CS Sacramento 3/7 W 10-4 LMU 3/8 W 16-6 LMU 3/9 W 12-4 LMU 3/12 L 3-4 @CS Northridge (7) 3/13 W 4-0 @CS Northridge (7) 3/16 L 3-6 @Cal Poly-SLO 3/17 W 3-2 @Cal Poly-SLO 3/18 W 2-1 @Cal Poly-SLO 3/22 L 4-7 Fresno St. 3/23 L 5-11 Fresno St. 3/24 L 3-18 Fresno St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/25 W 4-2 Nittaidai (Exb.) 3/26 L 3-4 UH-Hilo 3/27 W 8-7 Oregon St. (10) 3/28 W 4-1 Wright St. 3/29 L 9-13 Lewis-Clark St. (14) 3/30 W 15-9 Oregon St. 3/31 W 7-5 Lewis-Clark St. 4/5 W 7-3 CS Sacramento 4/6 W 15-6 CS Sacramento 4/7 W 9-8 CS Sacramento 4/12 L 3-6 CS Northridge (7) 4/12 W 6-0 CS Northridge (7) 4/13 L 5-17 CS Northridge 4/14 W 11-9 CS Northridge

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L W L L L L L L L

3-4 @San Diego St. (14) 8-4 @San Diego St. 5-6 @San Diego St. 2-8 Cal Poly-SLO 0-7 Cal Poly-SLO 3-11 Cal Poly-SLO 3-13 @Fresno St. 3-12 @Fresno St. 2-7 @Fresno St.

5/3 5/9 5/10 5/11

L W L W

7-8 7-3 7-8 4-3

@BYU San Diego St. San Diego St. San Diego St. (10)

1999 (37-20, 15-14 WAC, 5th)

ALL-TIME RESULTS 2000 (28-28, 15-15 WAC, 4th)

Coach Les Murakami

Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 1/22 W 3-0 UCLA 1/23 W 6-0 UCLA 1/24 W 5-3 UCLA 1/28 W 9-3 California 1/29 W 5-2 California 1/30 W 4-1 California 2/4 L 4-12 CS Sacramento 2/5 W 10-3 CS Sacramento 2/6 W 21-4 CS Sacramento 2/12 L 1-2 St. Mary’s (CA) 2/13 W 7-1 St. Mary’s (CA) 2/14 W 20-3 St. Mary’s (CA) 2/19 W 4-2 Wichita St. 2/20 W 4-3 Wichita St. (10) 2/21 W 9-1 Wichita St. 2/26 L 5-6 @TCU 2/27 L 0-10 @TCU 2/28 L 7-8 @TCU (11) 3/4 W 3-2 BYU 3/5 L 5-7 BYU 3/6 W 7-6 BYU 3/12 L 3-9 @San Jose St. 3/13 L 7-9 @San Jose St. 3/14 L 2-3 @San Jose St. 3/19 W 11-5 Fresno St. 3/20 W 7-3 Fresno St. 3/21 L 4-6 Fresno St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/22 W 11-5 Fresno St. 3/23 W 9-5 Northwestern 3/24 W 10-5 Nittaidai (Exb.) 3/25 L 4-5 UH-Hilo 3/26 W 3-1 Hawai‘i Pacific 3/27 W 12-2 Hawai‘i Pacific 3/28 W 5-3 Fresno St. 4/1 L 3-12 UNLV 4/2 L 3-5 UNLV 4/3 W 3-1 UNLV 4/6 W 15-13 @Air Force 4/7 W 8-5 @Air Force 4/8 W 34-11 @Air Force 4/16 W 17-1 UH-Hilo 4/17 L 2-4 UH-Hilo (Maui) 4/18 W 8-5 @UH-Hilo 4/23 L 3-7 Rice 4/24 L 3-12 Rice 4/25 L 0-2 Rice 4/29 W 13-8 @Utah 4/30 W 6-5 @Utah 5/1 W 12-11 @Utah 5/4 W 4-3 @San Diego (11) 5/6 W 4-3 @San Diego St. 5/7 L 4-6 @San Diego St. 5/8 W 11-10 @San Diego St. 5/14 W 7-4 New Mexico 5/15 W 4-2 New Mexico WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) 5/19 L 5-9 TCU 5/20 W 7-6 New Mexico 5/21 L 10-12 TCU

Date Result Score Opponent 1/20 L 6-12 Florida 1/21 L 1-10 Florida 1/22 L 7-8 Florida 1/27 W 13-6 San Diego 1/28 W 8-1 San Diego 1/29 L 3-9 San Diego 2/3 L 3-15 UCLA 2/4 L 3-10 UCLA 2/5 L 3-9 UCLA 2/11 L 3-4 San Francisco (11) 2/12 W 5-3 San Francisco 2/13 L 4-10 San Francisco 2/18 W 9-5 Santa Clara 2/19 L 11-12 Santa Clara (10) 2/20 W 13-2 Santa Clara 2/25 W 9-3 CS Sacramento 2/26 W 3-2 CS Sacramento 2/27 W 2-1 CS Sacramento 3/4 W 10-9 Rice 3/5 L 4-8 Rice 3/6 W 10-3 Rice 3/10 W 6-2 TCU 3/11 W 3-2 TCU 3/12 W 14-6 TCU 3/15 W 13-1 CS 3/17 W 9-4 @Fresno St. 3/18 L 2-6 @Fresno St. 3/19 W 7-0 @Fresno St. 3/24 L 3-9 San Jose St. 3/25 W 9-2 San Jose St. 3/26 L 1-6 San Jose St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/27 W 11-8 Lewis-Clark St. 3/28 L 2-3 Winthrop 3/29 W 5-2 Pepperdine 3/30 L 5-9 Lewis-Clark St. 3/31 W 11-2 Winthrop 4/2 W 4-0 Pepperdine 4/2 L 4-5 Lewis-Clark St. 4/7 L 3-4 @San Jose St. 4/8 L 0-4 @San Jose St. 4/9 L 2-11 @San Jose St. 4/15 W 8-7 Fresno St. 4/16 L 2-9 Fresno St. 4/17 L 4-7 Fresno St. 4/22 L 3-7 @Rice 4/23 L 3-7 @Rice 4/24 L 0-4 @Rice 4/27 L 1-4 @TCU 4/28 L 1-7 @TCU 4/29 W 7-6 @TCU 5/5 W 15-4 @UH-Hilo 5/6 W 2-0 @UH-Hilo 5/7 W 3-2 vs. UH-Hilo (Kona) 5/12 W 3-2 UH-Hilo 5/13 W 9-6 UH-Hilo 5/14 L 2-7 UH-Hilo

1998 (34-22, 12-18 WAC, 4th West) Coach Les Murakami

1997 (22-34 , 14-16 WAC, 4th West) Coach Les Murakami

Date Result Score Opponent 1/16 W 3-2 Miami (Fla.) (10) 1/17 L 7-14 Miami (Fla.) 1/18 L 7-10 Miami (Fla.) 1/19 L 11-13 Miami (Fla.) 1/23 L 11-23 UCLA 1/24 L 0-10 UCLA 1/25 L 8-12 UCLA 1/30 L 5-6 California 1/31 L 3-11 California 2/1 W 15-8 California 2/7 L 4-14 Oregon St. 2/8 L 5-9 Oregon St. 2/9 W 11-3 Oregon St. 2/14 W 9-3 USC 2/15 L 3-4 USC 2/16 L 4-12 USC 2/21 L 4-5 UH-Hilo 2/22 W 15-14 UH-Hilo 2/23 L 4-10 UH-Hilo 2/28 L 9-12 @San Jose St. 3/1 L 6-7 @San Jose St. (7) 3/1 L 1-11 @San Jose St. 3/7 L 4-5 Utah 3/8 L 7-13 Utah 3/9 L 3-10 Utah 3/14 L 23-25 @New Mexico 3/15 L 10-19 @New Mexico 3/16 W 16-8 @New Mexico 3/21 L 3-9 Fresno St. 3/22 W 5-4 Fresno St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/25 W 16-2 New Mexico (6) 3/26 L 3-10 Washington 3/26 W 6-5 CS Northridge 3/27 L 3-8 Wichita St. 3/28 W 10-8 Nebraska 3/29 L 5-6 Washington 3/30 L 2-8 CS Northridge 4/4 W 15-4 UNLV 4/5 W 7-6 UNLV 4/6 W 6-5 UNLV 4/11 W 8-2 @San Diego St. 4/12 W 7-4 @San Diego St. 4/13 L 4-9 @San Diego St. 4/18 W 5-1 San Jose St. 4/19 L 3-9 San Jose St. 4/20 W 7-2 San Jose St. 4/25 W 13-6 @Fresno St. 4/26 L 4-6 @Fresno St. 4/27 W 6-4 @Fresno St. 4/27 L 11-16 @Fresno St. 5/1 W 18-11 @BYU 5/2 L 14-16 @BYU

Date Result Score Opponent 1/16 W 11-5 San Francisco 1/17 L 8-12 San Francisco (10) 1/18 W 5-2 San Francisco 1/22 W 20-9 CS Sacramento 1/23 W 15-5 CS Sacramento 1/24 W 7-5 CS Sacramento 1/29 W 7-4 UCLA 1/30 W 14-5 UCLA 1/31 W 8-6 UCLA 2/6 W 11-2 UH-Hilo 2/7 W 6-5 UH-Hilo(Hanapepe) 2/8 W 16-10 UH-Hilo (Kona) 2/11 L 2-7 Florida St. 2/12 L 2-11 Florida St. 2/13 W 9-6 Florida St. 2/14 W 8-2 Florida St. 2/20 W 7-3 LMU 2/21 W 3-2 LMU 2/22 W 2-1 LMU 2/27 L 2-7 @San Jose St. 2/28 L 8-23 @San Jose St. 3/1 W 11-4 @San Jose St. 3/6 L 10-16 San Diego St. 3/7 L 1-13 San Diego St. 3/8 W 7-6 San Diego St. 3/13 L 4-5 @Rice 3/14 L 6-7 @Rice (8) 3/15 L 0-5 @Rice (7) 3/20 W 5-1 Fresno St. 3/21 L 3-7 Fresno St. 3/22 W 6-5 Fresno St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/23 W 17-3 Cal Poly-SLO 3/24 W 5-0 Lewis-Clark St. 3/25 W 8-3 UH-Hilo 3/26 W 20-8 Wright St. 3/27 W 11-3 Nebraska 3/28 W 9-5 UH-Hilo 3/29 L 1-2 Nebraska 4/3 L 5-12 @Air Force 4/4 L 17-19 @Air Force 4/5 W 21-7 @Air Force 4/10 L 3-8 TCU 4/11 W 7-6 TCU 4/12 L 4-9 TCU 4/17 W 9-4 Grand Canyon 4/18 W 12-4 Grand Canyon 4/19 W 7-6 Grand Canyon 4/25 W 4-1 @Fresno St. 4/26 L 9-24 @Fresno St. 4/27 L 10-15 @Fresno St. 5/1 L 4-5 @San Diego St.(11) 5/2 L 3-10 @San Diego St. 5/3 L 7-8 @San Diego St. 5/8 W 8-7 San Jose St. 5/9 W 10-3 San Jose St. 5/10 L 2-5 San Jose St.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2001 (29-27, 16-20 WAC, 6th) 2002 (16-40, 5-25 WAC, 6th)

2003 (30-26, 11-19 WAC, 4th)

2004 (31-24, 13-16 WAC, 4th)

Coach Les Murakami

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Date Result Score Opponent 1/25 W 8-7 CS Sacramento (11) 1/26 W 5-1 CS Sacramento 1/27 L 8-11 CS Sacramento 2/1 W 9-8 UCLA 2/2 L 3-16 UCLA 2/3 L 2-12 UCLA 2/9 L 0-5 Louisville 2/10 W 10-2 Louisville 2/11 W 4-0 Louisville 2/15 W 5-2 Nevada 2/16 W 10-9 Nevada 2/17 L 4-6 Nevada 2/24 L 2-6 @Fresno St. 2/25 L 5-6 @Fresno St. (11) 2/26 L 4-8 @Fresno St. 3/1 L 3-6 @San Jose St. 3/2 L 4-8 @San Jose St. 3/3 L 0-7 @San Jose St. 3/8 L 4-10 Rice 3/9 L 2-13 Rice 3/10 W 4-3 Rice 3/17 L 5-8 TCU 3/18 L 3-13 TCU 3/19 L 8-11 TCU 3/23 W 4-0 San Jose St. 3/24 W 4-1 San Jose St. 3/25 W 6-5 San Jose St. 3/26 W 13-1 Centenary Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/27 L 4-13 UC Santa Barbara 3/28 W 4-2 Wichita St. 3/29 W 12-3 Centenary 3/30 W 6-5 Lewis-Clark St. 3/31 W 6-3 Hawai‘i Pacific 4/1 L 6-7 UC Santa Barbara (11) 4/7 L 3-10 Fresno St. 4/8 W 5-4 Fresno St. (10) 4/9 L 3-13 Fresno St. 4/14 W 11-4 @TCU 4/15 L 4-5 @TCU 4/16 L 5-6 @TCU 4/19 W 4-2 @Rice 4/20 L 0-10 @Rice 4/21 W 7-3 @Rice 4/27 W 7-3 Oregon St. 4/28 L 7-18 Oregon St. 4/29 W 12-9 Oregon St. 5/1 W 9-7 @CS Sacramento 5/3 L 6-11 @Nevada 5/4 L 7-12 @Nevada 5/5 L 5-8 @Nevada 5/11 W 6-4 @UH-Hilo 5/12 W 15-4 @UH-Hilo 5/13 W 5-3 @UH-Hilo 5/17 W 11-2 UH-Hilo 5/18 W 16-2 UH-Hilo 5/19 W 9-8 UH-Hilo

Date Result Score Opponent 1/30 W 3-2 Florida St. 1/31 L 5-8 Florida St. 2/1 L 4-7 Florida St. 2/2 L 1-12 Florida St. 2/8 W 6-3 Sacramento St. 2/9 L 2-5 Sacramento St. (13) 2/10 L 3-5 Sacramento St. 2/15 W 6-4 UCLA 2/16 W 7-6 UCLA (11) 2/17 W 8-7 UCLA (10) 2/21 L 6-7 BYU 2/22 W 10-5 BYU 2/23 L 3-4 BYU 3/1 L 1-8 UC-Irvine 3/2 L 5-12 UC-Irvine 3/3 W 6-5 UC-Irvine (12) 3/8 L 7-9 Rice 3/9 L 3-6 Rice 3/10 L 4-13 Rice 3/15 L 9-10 @UH-Hilo (12) 3/16 L 4-6 @UH-Hilo 3/17 L 5-7 @UH-Hilo 3/18 L 1-3 @UH-Hilo 3/22 W 5-1 San Jose St. 3/23 L 7-11 San Jose St. 3/24 L 2-10 San Jose St. Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/26 W 2-1 Birmingham-So. 3/27 L 7-12 UC-Riverside 3/28 L 0-12 San Jose St. 3/29 W 14-4 Hawai‘i Pacific 3/30 W 7-2 UH-Hilo 3/31 W 14-3 Lewis-Clark St. 4/4 W 10-6 Nevada 4/5 L 0-5 Nevada 4/6 L 4-5 Nevada 4/13 W 6-4 @Louisiana Tech 4/14 L 5-6 @Louisiana Tech 4/15 L 1-2 @Louisiana Tech 4/18 L 4-9 @Rice 4/19 L 1-9 @Rice 4/20 L 6-7 @Rice (11) 4/26 W 6-2 Fresno St. 4/27 L 4-5 Fresno St. 4/28 L 1-6 Fresno St. 5/3 L 1-8 @San Jose St. 5/4 L 4-13 @San Jose St. 5/5 L 3-4 @San Jose St. 5/9 W 8-4 Louisiana Tech 5/10 L 0-7 Louisiana Tech 5/11 L 6-8 Louisiana Tech 5/18 L 10-14 @Nevada 5/19 L 2-11 @Nevada 5/20 L 1-14 @Nevada 5/24 L 3-5 @Fresno St. 5/25 L 2-6 @Fresno St. 5/26 L 5-6 @Fresno St.

Date Result Score Opponent 2/7 W 11-5 UCLA 2/8 L 4-5 UCLA 2/9 W 8-3 UCLA 2/11 W 8-2 UH-Hilo 2/14 W 3-2 Sacramento St. 2/15 W 2-0 Sacramento St. 2/16 W 8-7 Sacramento St. 2/21 W 7-3 Wichita St. 2/22 L 3-4 Wichita St. 2/23 L 4-6 Wichita St. 2/26 W 9-3 Hawaii Pacific 3/1 W 9-2 UH-Hilo 3/2 W 18-2 UH-Hilo 3/5 W 4-1 @San Francisco 3/7 L 3-6 @Fresno St. 3/8 W 13-8 @Fresno St. 3/9 L 4-5 @Fresno St. 3/11 W 8-4 Hawaii Pacific 3/14 L 4-9 Rice 3/15 L 2-9 Rice 3/16 L 1-11 Rice 3/18 W 6-2 Coastal Carolina 3/19 L 5-8 Coastal Carolina 3/21 L 1-5 Nevada 3/22 L 4-6 Nevada 3/23 L 3-4 Nevada Rainbow Easter Tournament 3/25 W 9-1 Western Illinois 3/26 L 2-3 Lewis-Clark St. (10) 3/27 L 4-11 Air Force 3/28 W 8-7 Air Force (10) 3/29 W 13-2 Western Illinois 4/4 L 4-12 @Rice 4/5 L 0-2 @Rice 4/6 L 1-8 @Rice 4/8 W 3-1 @Centenary 4/10 L 5-6 @Louisiana Tech 4/11 L 6-7 @Louisiana Tech 4/12 W 4-1 @Louisiana Tech 4/15 W 12-4 UH-Hilo 4/18 W 3-0 Fresno St. 4/19 W 7-5 Fresno St. 4/20 W 2-0 Fresno St. 4/25 W 3-2 San Jose St. 4/26 W 9-2 San Jose St. 4/27 L 3-5 San Jose St. 4/30 W 10-7 @Sacramento St. 5/2 L 1-3 @Nevada 5/3 L 5-10 @Nevada 5/4 L 8-13 @Nevada 5/9 L 1-3 Louisiana Tech 5/10 W 8-1 Louisiana Tech 5/11 W 11-1 Louisiana Tech 5/21 L 0-2 @UC Irvine 5/23 W 5-4 @San Jose St. 5/24 W 7-6 @San Jose St. 5/25 L 5-8 @San Jose St.

Date Result Score Opponent 1/30 L 4-7 Texas 1/31 L 9-13 Texas (11) 2/1 L 1-10 Texas 2/6 L 3-4 CS Northridge 2/7 W 11-0 CS Northridge 2/8 L 1-8 CS Northridge 2/13 W 14-6 Fla. International 2/14 W 5-4 Fla. International 2/15 W 7-3 Fla. International 2/17 W 10-2 Hawai‘i Pacific 2/20 W 6-3 UH-Hilo 2/21 W 15-3 UH-Hilo 2/22 W 14-5 UH-Hilo 2/28 W 5-0 San Francisco 2/28 L 1-14 San Francisco 2/29 L 4-7 San Francisco Rainbow Baseball Tournament 3/2 W 12-1 Chicago St. 3/3 W 10-1 Oregon St. 3/4 W 6-3 The Citadel 3/5 W 14-0 Chicago St. 3/6 W 7-3 Oregon St. 3/19 L 3-5 @Rice 3/20 L 0-3 @Rice 3/21 W 5-3 @Rice 3/25 L 6-7 @Louisiana Tech 3/26 W 13-7 @Louisiana Tech 3/27 W 8-1 @Louisiana Tech 4/2 L 4-5 San Jose St. 4/3 W 3-0 San Jose St. 4/4 W 6-1 San Jose St. 4/6 L 3-6 Sacramento St. 4/7 W 5-4 Sacramento St. 4/16 W 8-4 Louisiana Tech 4/17 W 9-1 Louisiana Tech 4/18 L 0-1 Louisiana Tech 4/21 W 6-5 @San Francisco 4/22 W 4-2 @Fresno St. 4/23 L 0-2 @Fresno St. 4/24 L 8-13 @Fresno St. 4/29 W 1-0 Nevada 4/30 W 8-4 Nevada 5/1 L 3-8 Nevada 5/4 W 8-7 Hawai‘i Pacific 5/7 W 7-5 Rice 5/8 W 6-5 Rice 5/9 L 1-13 Rice 5/13 L 2-7 Fresno St. 5/14 L 4-8 Fresno St. 5/21 L 10-17 @Nevada 5/22 W 13-7 @Nevada 5/23 L 3-10 @Nevada 5/25 W 12-10 @Pacific 5/28 L 0-8 @San Jose St. 5/29 L 9-10 @San Jose St. 5/30 L 4-6 @San Jose St.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2008 (29-31, 18-14 WAC, 3rd)

2005 (28-27, 15-14 WAC, 3rd)

2006 (45-17, 17-6 WAC, 2nd)

2007 (34-25, 11-13 WAC, 4th)

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Date Result Score Opponent 2/10 W 4-1 Alabama 2/12 L 5-9 Alabama 2/12 W 3-2 Alabama 2/13 L 2-3 Alabama 2/17 W 9-3 Pacific 2/18 W 10-2 Pacific 2/19 W 9-8 Pacific (10) 2/20 L 1-2 Pacific (13) 2/24 L 3-14 Washington St. 2/25 W 6-1 Washington St. 2/26 W 10-9 Washington St. (10) 2/27 L 1-7 Washington St. Rainbow Baseball Tournament 3/1 L 5-8 Sacramento St. 3/2 L 2-3 UC Davis 3/3 W 9-0 South Florida 3/4 L 2-3 Wichita St. 3/5 W 12-1 Louisiana-Lafayette 3/10 W 15-0 Florida St. 3/11 W 7-6 Florida St. 3/12 W 9-6 Florida St. 3/15 L 3-4 Winthrop (15) 3/16 L 3-11 Winthrop 3/18 W 8-6 Louisiana Tech 3/19 L 2-5 Louisiana Tech 3/20 L 6-9 Louisiana Tech 3/23 L 2-7 @Pacific 3/25 L 3-6 @Fresno St. 3/26 L 3-6 @Fresno St. 3/27 L 3-5 @Fresno St. 4/2 L 2-6 San Jose St. 4/3 W 6-5 San Jose St. 4/4 W 3-2 San Jose St. 4/6 L 4-7 @San Francisco 4/8 L 5-7 @Nevada 4/9 L 7-11 @Nevada 4/10 W 8-7 @Nevada 4/13 W 3-1 Hawai‘i Pacific 4/15 W 3-2 Rice 4/16 L 0-4 Rice 4/17 L 1-3 Rice 4/20 L 0-11 @California 4/22 W 1-0 @San Jose St. 4/23 W 17-6 @San Jose St. 4/24 W 4-3 @San Jose St. 4/28 W 11-9 Nevada 4/29 W 7-6 Nevada 4/30 W 8-0 Nevada 5/12 W 4-1 Fresno St. 5/13 L 4-8 Fresno St. 5/14 L 3-7 Fresno St. 5/20 W 7-4 @Rice 5/21 L 6-7 @Rice 5/22 L 11-14 @Rice 5/27 W 5-4 @Louisiana Tech 5/28 W 7-4 @Louisiana Tech

Date Result Score Opponent 2/1 W 6-2 San Diego St. 2/2 W 11-9 San Diego St. 2/3 W 9-7 San Diego St. 2/4 L 5-7 San Diego St. 2/10 W 4-3 UC Irvine 2/11 L 0-1 UC Irvine 2/12 W 3-1 UC Irvine 2/14 W 11-10Hawai‘i Pacific (10) 2/17 W 3-1 @LMU 2/18 W 11-2 @LMU 2/19 W 11-4 @LMU 2/24 W 4-3 Southern California 2/25 W 7-3 Southern California 2/26 L 3-4 Southern California Rainbow Baseball Tournament 3/1 L 9-15 Texas-Arlington 3/1 W 10-6 Washington 3/2 L 1-5 Arkansas 3/4 W 8-7 Washington 3/4 L 7-8 Washington (9) 3/10 W 3-2 Western Illinois 3/11 W 5-1 Western Illinois 3/11 W 7-1 Western Illinois (7) 3/12 W 11-1 Western Illinois (7) 3/13 W 3-0 Western Illinois (5) 3/17 L 1-6 Louisiana Tech 3/18 L 4-5 Louisiana Tech 3/21 W 5-2 @UH-Hilo 3/22 W 13-5 @UH-Hilo 3/27 W 8-6 UC Santa Barbara 3/27 W 3-0 UC Santa Barbara 3/31 L 5-7 San Jose St. (12) 4/1 W 6-5 San Jose St. (13) 4/2 W 7-3 San Jose St. 4/7 W 5-3 @Fresno St. 4/8 L 1-6 @Fresno St. 4/9 L 2-13 @Fresno St. 4/14 W 13-4 @Nevada 4/15 W 8-5 @Nevada 4/21 W 6-0 New Mexico St. 4/22 W 10-3 New Mexico St. 4/23 L 3-5 New Mexico St. 4/28 W 3-2 Sacramento St. 4/29 W 5-2 Sacramento St. 4/30 W 5-2 Sacramento St. 5/2 W 11-2 @Grambling St. 5/4 W 9-1 @Louisiana Tech 5/5 W 9-2 @Louisiana Tech 5/6 W 5-3 @Louisiana Tech 5/6 W 7-6 @Louisiana Tech 5/16 L 1-15 @San Francisco 5/19 W 11-1 @San Jose St. 5/20 W 6-0 @San Jose St. 5/21 W 3-1 @San Jose St. WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) 5/25 W 8-0 Louisiana Tech 5/26 L 3-10 Nevada 5/27 W 8-2 Louisiana Tech 5/27 W 11-2 Nevada 5/28 L 4-8 @Fresno St. NCAA Regional (Corvallis, Ore.) 6/2 L 6-9 Kansas 6/3 W 5-3 Wright St. 6/4 W 9-5 Kansas 6/4 L 3-12 @Oregon St.

Date Result Score Opponent 1/26 W 8-1 Santa Clara 1/27 W 5-4 Santa Clara 1/28 L 2-3 Santa Clara 2/1 L 11-13 Georgia Southern 2/2 W 5-3 Georgia Southern 2/3 W 2-1 Georgia Southern 2/9 W 13-1 Pacific 2/10 W 4-3 Pacific 2/11 W 8-3 Pacific 2/16 L 1-3 @UC Santa Barbara 2/17 W 5-1 @UC Santa Barbara 2/18 W 9-2 @UC Santa Barbara 2/23 L 1-7 Wichita St. 2/24 L 4-10 Wichita St. 2/25 L 4-5 Wichita St. 3/1 W 20-1 Chicago St. 3/2 W 7-2 Chicago St. 3/3 W 20-3 Chicago St. (7) 3/3 W 3-2 Chicago St. 3/4 W 16-1 Chicago St. 3/9 L 1-2 Arizona 3/10 W 4-0 Arizona 3/11 L 1-3 Arizona 3/16 W 9-2 Wisc-Milwaukee 3/17 W 10-3 Wisc-Milwaukee 3/17 W 5-3 Wisc-Milwaukee (7) 3/18 W 9-2 Wisc-Milwaukee 3/23 W 5-3 Nevada 3/24 L 4-5 Nevada 3/25 W 5-4 Nevada 3/30 L 1-9 San Jose St. 3/31 L 1-2 San Jose St. 4/1 W 6-0 San Jose St. 4/5 W 9-6 @Sacramento St. 4/6 W 12-9 @Sacramento St. (10) 4/7 L 5-8 @Sacramento St. 4/10 L 3-4 @Pacific 4/13 W 9-8 @Fresno St. 4/15 L 5-6 @Fresno St. 4/15 L 3-4 @Fresno St. 4/20 W 7-4 Louisiana Tech 4/21 L 9-10 Louisiana Tech 4/22 W 7-2 Louisiana Tech 4/25 L 2-9 @Arizona St. 4/27 W 21-6 @New Mexico St. 4/28 L 6-8 @New Mexico St. 4/28 L 4-9 @New Mexico St. 5/3 W 10-1 @UH-Hilo 5/4 W 8-0 @UH-Hilo 5/5 W 7-2 @UH-Hilo 5/12 L 5-7 @Nevada 5/13 L 3-5 @Nevada 5/14 L 2-7 @Nevada 5/19 L 5-7 Fresno St. (10) 5/20 W 7-6 Fresno St. 5/21 W 1-0 Fresno St. WAC Tournament (Reno, Nev.) 5/24 L 1-11 @Nevada (7) 5/25 W 19-7 Sacramento St. (7) 5/26 L 6-8 @Nevada (11)

Date Result Score Opponent 2/15 W 5-4 UH-Hilo (11) 2/16 W 9-2 UH-Hilo 2/17 L 3-4 UH-Hilo 2/22 W 10-4 San Francisco 2/23 W 9-6 San Francisco 2/23 L 5-6 San Francisco 2/24 L 3-11 San Francisco Coca-Cola Classic (Surprise, Ariz.) 2/28 W 7-3 No. Illinois 2/29 L 0-3 Arizona St. 3/1 L 5-11 Michigan 3/1 L 8-15 Portland 3/7 L 3-4 Long Beach St. (12) 3/8 L 2-4 Long Beach St. 3/9 L 4-8 Long Beach St. 3/11 W 4-3 UAB 3/12 W 3-1 UAB 3/14 L 0-9 @UC-Irvine 3/15 L 3-14 @UC-Irvine 3/15 L 4-13 @UC-Irvine 3/18 L 1-6 San Diego 3/20 W 4-0 Fresno St. 3/21 W 2-0 Fresno St. 3/22 L 0-5 Fresno St. 3/22 L 2-4 Fresno St. (10) 3/28 L 2-4 @Sacramento St. 3/29 L 4-6 @Sacramento St. 3/29 L 2-5 @Sacramento St. 3/30 L 6-10 @Sacramento St. 4/1 W 5-2 @Stanford 4/4 W 10-8 @San Jose St. (15) 4/5 W 12-5 @San Jose St. 4/5 L 0-4 @San Jose St. 4/6 W 6-2 @San Jose St. 4/10 W 4-2 New Mexico St. 4/11 W 8-3 New Mexico St. 4/12 L 3-9 New Mexico St. 4/12 W 5-1 New Mexico St. 4/18 W 10-4 Nevada 4/19 W 13-3 Nevada (7) 4/19 L 3-4 Nevada 4/20 W 4-0 Nevada 4/25 W 13-7 @Louisiana Tech 4/26 W 8-4 @Louisiana Tech 4/26 L 4-14@Louisiana Tech (7) 4/27 L 9-10 @Louisiana Tech 5/2 W 8-3 Sacramento St. 5/3 W 3-1 Sacramento St. 5/3 L 3-7 Sacramento St. 5/4 W 8-7 Sacramento St. 5/8 L 5-7 @New Mexico St. 5/9 L 8-13 @New Mexico St. 5/10 W 17-10 @New Mexico St. 5/10 W 15-14 @New Mexico St. 5/15 L 1-5 Utah Valley 5/16 W 9-6 Utah Valley 5/17 L 0-2 Utah Valley WAC Tournament (Ruston, La.) 5/22 W 11-7 New Mexico St. 5/23 W 14-5 Nevada 5/24 L 4-11 Fresno St. 5/25 L 7-12 Nevada

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2009 (32-26, 11-12 WAC, 5th) 2010 (35-28, 12-12 WAC, 4th)

2011 (34-25, 17-7 WAC, 1st)

2012 (30-25, 10-8 WAC, 4th)

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Coach Mike Trapasso

Date Result Score Opponent 2/20 L 1-5 UC Irvine 2/21 L 4-5 UC Irvine 2/21 L 4-5 UC Irvine (7) Dairy Queen Classic (Minneapolis) 2/22 W 7-4 UC Irvine 2/26 W 6-2 @Minnesota 2/27 W 3-2 vs. Washington 2/28 L 4-10vs. UC Santa Barbara 3/1 L 4-5 @Minnesota 3/5 L 1-3 Mississippi St. 3/6 W 7-4 Mississippi St. 3/7 W 10-5 Mississippi St. 3/8 W 11-5 Mississippi St. 3/12 W 6-5 Loyola Marymount (10) 3/13 W 3-2 Loyola Marymount 3/14 W 9-5 Loyola Marymount 3/15 W 6-5 Loyola Marymount 3/20 W 9-7 vs. Washington (10) 3/20 L 2-13 vs. Portland 3/21 W 3-1 vs. Oregon 3/22 W 9-8 vs. Portland (12) 3/23 L 4-8 @Oregon St. 3/26 L 0-4 Coastal Carolina 3/27 W 5-4 Coastal Carolina 3/27 W 7-1 Coastal Carolina 3/28 W 4-3 Coastal Carolina 4/3 W 3-0 San Jose St. 4/4 W 7-5 San Jose St. 4/4 L 2-3 San Jose St. (7) 4/5 W 7-4 San Jose St. 4/7 W 8-4 @Santa Clara 4/9 L 12-14 @Nevada (12) 4/10 W 13-11 @Nevada 4/11 L 5-10 @Nevada 4/17 W 5-4 Sacramento St. 4/18 L 1-2 Sacramento St. 4/18 W 7-2 Sacramento St. (7) 4/19 W 8-4 Sacramento St. 4/21 L 2-17 Arizona St. 4/24 W 12-10 @New Mexico St. 4/25 L 6-16 @New Mexico St. (8) 4/25 W 8-7 @New Mexico St. (10) 4/26 L 9-20 @New Mexico St. (7) 4/30 L 1-5 Louisiana Tech 5/1 L 5-8 Louisiana Tech 5/2 L 4-8 Louisiana Tech 5/3 L 7-8 Louisiana Tech 5/5 W 10-3 @St. Mary’s 5/7 L 9-17 @Fresno St. 5/8 L 11-14 @Fresno St. 5/9 W 15-10 @Fresno St. 5/9 W 15-6 @Fresno St. (7) 5/14 W 7-2 Utah Valley 5/15 W 4-1 Utah Valley 5/16 L 1-12 Utah Valley 5/17 L 2-10 Utah Valley 5/21 L 3-4 Louisiana Tech 5/22 W 5-4 Nevada (10) 5/23 L 3-10 Fresno St.

Date Result Score Opponent 2/19 L 6-10 Oregon State 2/20 L 3-7 Oregon State 2/21 W 5-4 Oregon State 2/22 L 0-5 Oregon State 2/25 W 4-3 Oregon 2/26 W 2-1 Oregon 2/28 W 5-2 Oregon 2/28 L 0-3 Oregon 3/4 L 8-12 The Citadel 3/5 L 5-9 The Citadel 3/5 W 9-0 The Citadel 3/6 W 13-1 The Citadel 3/12 W 8-2 Southern California 3/13 L 1-3 Southern California 3/14 L 2-12 Southern California 3/15 L 0-9 Southern California 3/19 W 15-6 Air Force 3/20 W 4-0 Air Force 3/21 W 9-5 Air Force 3/22 W 13-1 Air Force 3/24 W 8-2 Long Beach State 3/26 L 0-3 @CSU Fullerton 3/27 L 6-13 @CSU Fullerton 3/28 W 10-7 @CSU Fullerton 3/29 W 8-6 @San Diego 4/2 W 3-1 Gonzaga 4/3 L 6-7 Gonzaga 4/4 W 6-5 Gonzaga 4/9 L 6-8 Fresno State 4/10 L 5-8 Fresno State 4/10 L 0-1 Fresno State 4/11 W 4-0 Fresno State 4/16 L 6-11 @Sacramento State 4/17 L 2-3 @Sacramento State 4/17 W 7-4 @Sacramento State 4/18 L 4-9 @Sacramento State 4/20 W 5-2 @Centenary 4/22 W 10-0 (7)@Louisiana Tech 4/23 L 5-9 @Louisiana Tech 4/24 W 14-13 @Louisiana Tech 4/25 L 6-14 @Louisiana Tech 4/30 L 4-8 Nevada 5/1 W 10-9 Nevada 5/1 W 1-0 Nevada 5/2 L 7-8 (12) Nevada 5/13 W 11-10 New Mexico State 5/14 W 7-3 New Mexico State 5/14 W 2-1 (8) New Mexico State 5/16 L 7-10 New Mexico State 5/18 L 1-5 @Stanford 5/21 W 5-3 @San Jose State 5/22 W 4-2 @San Jose State 5/22 L 3-0 @San Jose State 5/23 W 17-14 (11) @San Jose St. WAC Tournament (Mesa, Ariz.) 5/26 W 8-7 (10) vs. LaTech 5/27 W 13-7vs. New Mexico State 5/28 W 12-3 vs. Fresno State 5/29 L 5-14 vs. Fresno State 5/30 W 9-6 vs. Fresno State NCAA Regional (Tempe, Ariz.) 6/4 W 4-3 vs. San Diego 6/5 L 1-12 @Arizona State 6/6 W 12-9 vs. San Diego 6/6 L 4-8 @Arizona State

Date Result Score Opponent 2/18 W 4-3 Oregon 2/19 W 11-10 Oregon 2/20 L 0-4 Oregon 2/21 L 3-4 Oregon 2/25 L 0-2 Texas 2/26 W 5-4 (15) Texas 2/27 L 3-4 Texas 3/3 L 5-7 @Loyola Marymount 3/4 W 3-2 @Loyola Marymount 3/5 W 9-7 @Loyola Marymount 3/6 L 1-4 @Loyola Marymount 3/7 L 3-4 @Long Beach State 3/10 L 1-5 @Portland 3/11 W 5-3 @Portland 3/12 L 7-10 @Portland 3/13 W 6-5 @Portland 3/18 W 10-1 Centenary 3/19 W 7-1 Centenary 3/20 W 5-0 Centenary 3/21 W 8-4 Centenary 3/25 L 0-3 Cal State Fullerton 3/26 L 2-4 Cal State Fullerton 3/26 L 2-4 Cal State Fullerton 3/27 L 2-3 Cal State Fullerton 3/30 W 8-7 (12) Wichita State 3/31 L 2-6 Wichita State 4/1 W 12-4 Wichita State 4/2 W 12-3 Wichita State 4/8 W 16-1 Sacramento State 4/9 W 3-2 Sacramento State 4/9 W 5-3 Sacramento State 4/10 W 3-2 Sacramento State 4/15 W 1-0 Louisiana Tech 4/16 W 10-2 Louisiana Tech 4/17 L 0-3 Louisiana Tech 4/18 W 5-2 Louisiana Tech 4/21 L 7-8 Valparaiso 4/22 W 9-8 Valparaiso 4/23 L 2-7 Valparaiso 4/29 W 6-5 (10) @Fresno State 4/30 W 6-2 @Fresno State 5/1 L 2-4 @Fresno State 5/2 L 2-12 @Fresno State 5/5 W 12-9 @Nevada 5/6 L 0-10 (7) @Nevada 5/7 W 8-7 @Nevada 5/7 W 4-0 @Nevada 5/12 W 8-2 San Jose State 5/13 W 5-2 San Jose State 5/13 L 3-7 San Jose State 5/15 W 9-8 San Jose State 5/19 L 5-14 (7)@New Mexico St 5/19 W 14-4 @New Mexico St 5/20 L 8-18 (7)@New Mexico St 5/21 W 24-3 @New Mexico St WAC Tournament (Mesa, Ariz.) 5/26 W 2-1 San Jose State 5/27 L 5-11 Fresno State 5/28 W 18-10 Louisiana Tech

Date Result Score Opponent 2/17 W 4-1 Oregon 2/18 L 2-3 (11) Oregon 2/19 L 5-14 Oregon 2/20 L 6-12 Oregon 2/23 W 9-2 Wagner 2/24 W 5-2 Wagner 2/25 W 6-2 Wagner 2/25 W 2-0 Wagner 2/26 W 19-3 Wagner 3/1 W 6-3 Wichita State 3/2 W 2-1 Wichita State 3/3 W 4-0 Wichita State 3/4 L 2-4 Wichita State 3/7 L 5-6 Central Michigan 3/9 W 5-1 Central Michigan 3/10 W 2-1 Central Michigan 3/10 L 1-3 Central Michigan 3/15 W 2-1 San Francisco 3/16 L 0-3 San Francisco 3/17 W 3-1 San Francisco 3/18 W 3-2 San Francisco 3/23 L 1-4 @Gonzaga 3/24 L 6-7 @Gonzaga 3/24 L 0-4 @Gonzaga 3/25 L 3-9 @Gonzaga 3/29 L 3-5 UC Davis 3/30 W 4-0 UC Davis 3/31 W 5-4 (11) UC Davis 4/1 W 4-1 UC Davis 4/5 W 8-2 Fresno State 4/6 L 3-5 Fresno State 4/7 W 3-2 (10) Fresno State 4/13 W 3-2 St. Mary’s (CA) 4/14 W 7-5 St. Mary’s (CA) 4/15 L 2-6 (10) St. Mary’s (CA) 4/15 L 3-5 St. Mary’s (CA) 4/20 W 6-4 @San Jose State 4/21 W 4-1 @San Jose State 4/22 L 4-6 @San Jose State 4/24 W 11-8 @Grambling State 4/26 W 4-3 (12) @La. Tech 4/27 L 4-9 @La. Tech 4/28 L 1-4 @La. Tech 5/3 W 5-2 New Mexico St. 5/4 W 14-2 (7)New Mexico St. 5/5 W 1-0 New Mexico St. 5/11 L 6-7 (12) @Sac State 5/12 L 3-10 @Sac State 5/13 L 2-10 @Sac State 5/14 L 3-6 @UC Davis 5/17 W 2-0 Nevada 5/18 L 2-4 (10) Nevada 5/19 W 8-3 Nevada WAC Tournament (Mesa, Ariz.) 5/23 L 2-8 Fresno State 5/24 L 6-9 La. Tech

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2013 (16-35, 11-16 Big West, 7th)

2014 Big West Baseball Composite Schedule (as of 1/3/14)

Coach Mike Trapasso Friday, February 14 N.C. State at UC Santa Barbara Seattle at UC Davis Cal State Northridge at Bethune-Cookman Kansas State at Cal Poly San Francisco at UC Riverside Vanderbilt at Long Beach State Fresno State at UC Irvine Washington State at Cal State Fullerton Oregon at Hawai’i

Date Result Score Opponent 2/15 L 0-3 Oregon 2/16 L 4-5 Oregon 2/17 L 5-9 Oregon 2/18 L 2-4 Oregon 2/22 L 0-2 (17) Rice 2/23 L 1-3 Rice 2/24 L 5-7 Rice 2/25 L 0-5 Rice UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2/28 L 0-9 LMU 3/1 L 5-6 Bradley 3/2 W 8-3 LMU 3/3 L 4-12 UNLV 3/4 L 1-14 UNLV 3/8 L 1-4 Gonzaga 3/9 L 6-7 Gonzaga 3/11 L 1-3 (12) Gonzaga 3/12 W 2-0 Gonzaga 3/21 W 6-1 Wichita State 3/22 W 7-3 Wichita State 3/23 L 2-6 Wichita State 3/24 W 7-0 Wichita State 3/28 L 6-7 UCSB 3/29 W 6-2 UCSB 3/30 W 6-4 UCSB 3/31 L 4-10 UCSB 4/5 L 1-4 @UC Irvine 4/6 L 1-4 @UC Irvine 4/7 L 0-9 @UC Irvine 4/9 L 1-5 @UCLA 4/12 L 3-8 @Cal Poly 4/13 L 2-3 @Cal Poly 4/14 W 7-6 @Cal Poly 4/19 L 1-4 Cal St. Northridge 4/20 L 4-9 Cal St. Northridge 4/21 L 5-10 Cal St. Northridge 4/26 W 4-3 Cal St. Fullerton 4/27 L 0-5 Cal St. Fullerton 4/28 L 0-3 Cal St. Fullerton 5/3 W 5-2 Pacific 5/4 W 4-3 Pacific 5/5 W 5-6 Pacific 5/7 L 6-8 Fresno State 5/10 L 2-6 LBSU 5/11 W 5-2 LBSU 5/12 L 2-3 LBSU 5/17 W 5-2 UC Davis 5/18 W 6-2 UC Davis 5/19 W 6-0 UC Davis 5/23 W 5-4 UC Riverside 5/24 L 2-7 UC Riverside 5/25 L 2-4 UC Riverside

Saturday, February 15 Cal State Northridge at Bethune-Cookman Seattle at UC Davis (DH) Fresno State at UC Irvine San Francisco at UC Riverside N.C. State at UC Santa Barbara Vanderbilt at Long Beach State Washington State at Cal State Fullerton Kansas State at Cal Poly Oregon at Hawai’i

2 pm 2 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6:30 pm 7 pm 8:30 pm 10 am 11 am 1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm 6 pm 8:30 pm

Sunday, February 16 Cal State Northridge at Bethune-Cookman Fresno State at UC Irvine Kansas State at Cal Poly N.C. State at UC Santa Barbara San Francisco at UC Riverside Seattle at UC Davis Vanderbilt at Long Beach State Washington State at Cal State Fullerton Oregon at Hawai’i

8 am 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 3 pm

Monday, February 17 Washington State at UC Riverside Oregon at Hawai’i

Noon 3 pm

Tuesday, February 18 &68%DNHUV¿HOGDWUC Santa Barbara Long Beach State at Pepperdine Cal Poly at Santa Clara Cal State Fullerton at USC Cal State Northridge at UCLA Wednesday, February 19 &68%DNHUV¿HOGDWUC Irvine

2 pm 2 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

11 am Noon 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 3 pm

2 pm 8:30 pm

Friday, February 21 UC Davis vs. Portland! Seattle at Cal State Northridge UC Riverside at Texas State Arizona State at Long Beach State Cal Poly at UCLA UC Santa Barbara at San Jose State Wright State at UC Irvine San Francisco at Cal State Fullerton Albany at Hawai’i

10 am 2 pm 4:30 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6:30 pm 7 pm 8:30 pm

Saturday, February 22 Seattle at Cal State Northridge (DH) UC Davis vs. Kansas State! Arizona State at UC Irvine UC Riverside at Texas State UC Santa Barbara at San Jose State Cal Poly at UCLA Wright State at Long Beach State Albany at Hawai’i San Francisco at Cal State Fullerton

10:30 am 10 am 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 2 pm 3 pm 6 pm

Friday, March 7 UC Santa Barbara vs. Mississippi State% Cal Poly at Seattle Hawai’i at Texas UC Davis at Santa Clara Cal State Fullerton at Baylor Cal State Northridge at Sam Houston State Sacramento State at UC Riverside Utah Valley at Long Beach State UC Davis YV3DFL¿F

2 pm 4 pm 4 pm 4 pm 4:30 pm 4:30 pm 6 pm 6 pm SP 11 am 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm 3 pm 5 pm 7 pm 11 am 11 am 11 am Noon Noon 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 5 pm

Tuesday, February 25 Cal Poly at San Jose State San Diego State at UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara at UCLA USC at Long Beach State Loyola Marymount at UC Irvine

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6:30 pm

Wednesday, February 26 Pepperdine at Hawai’i

8:30 pm

Thursday, February 27 Washington State at Cal State Northridge Pepperdine at Hawai’i

2 pm 8:30 pm

Saturday, March 8 Hawai’i at Texas (DH) Cal State Fullerton at Baylor Gonzaga at UC Irvine West Virginia at UC Riverside Cal Poly at Seattle Cal State Northridge at Sam Houston State UC Santa Barbara vs. Mississippi State% Utah Valley at Long Beach State UC Davis at San Jose Sacramento State at UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara at Arizona

Friday, February 28 Long Beach State at Wichita State Princeton at UC Santa Barbara UC Irvine at Portland Washington State at Cal State Northridge UC Davis at Washington Cal Poly at USC Cal State Fullerton at Oregon UC RiversideDW&68%DNHUV¿HOG Pepperdine at Hawai’i

1 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm 5 pm 6 pm 6 pm SP 8:30 pm

Sunday, March 9 Cal State Fullerton at Baylor Cal State Northridge at Sam Houston State Hawai’i at Texas Cal Poly at Seattle UC Santa Barbara at Arizona Gonzaga at UC Irvine UC Davis at San Jose Utah Valley at Long Beach State West Virginia at UC Riverside

Saturday, March 1 Princeton at UC Santa Barbara (DH) Long Beach State at Wichita State UC Davis at Washington (DH) UC Irvine at Portland Washington State at Cal State Northridge Cal Poly at USC Cal State Fullerton at Oregon UC RiversideDW&68%DNHUV¿HOG Pepperdine at Hawai’i

11 am Noon 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 2 pm SP 8 pm

Sunday, March 2 Long Beach State at Wichita State Cal State Fullerton at Oregon Cal Poly at USC Princeton at UC Riverside UC Davis at Washington UC Irvine at Portland UC RiversideDW&68%DNHUV¿HOG Washington State at Cal State Northridge

11 am Noon 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm SP 1 pm

6:30 pm

Thursday, February 20 UC Davis at Saint Mary’s! Albany at Hawai’i

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Sunday, February 23 UC Riverside at Texas State Seattle at Cal State Northridge Cal Poly at UCLA Long Beach State at UC Irvine San Francisco at Cal State Fullerton UC Santa Barbara at San Jose State UC Davis vs. Portland! Albany at Hawai’i

Monday, March 3 UC Riverside at UNLV Tuesday, March 4 Long Beach State at Arizona Cal State NorthridgeDW&68%DNHUV¿HOG Santa Clara at Cal Poly USC at UC Irvine Wednesday, March 5 Long Beach State at Arizona Cal State Northridge at Loyola Marymount

3 pm 5 pm SP 6 pm 6:30 pm

Monday, March 10 Utah Valley at Cal State Northridge Gonzaga at UC Irvine

3 pm 6:30 pm

Tuesday, March 11 San Jose State at UC Davis Gonzaga at UC Riverside San Diego State at Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara at Pepperdine Cal State Fullerton at San Diego Northern Illinois at Cal Poly UC Irvine at UCLA

2:30 pm 3 pm 3 pm 3 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Wednesday, March 12 Northern Illinois at Cal Poly

6 pm

Thursday, March 13 West Virginia at Cal State Northridge Northern Illinois at Cal Poly

3 pm 6 pm

Friday, March 14 New Mexico State at UC Davis UC Irvine at Nebraska West Virginia at Cal State Northridge Wichita State at UC Santa Barbara Indiana at Long Beach State Stony Brook at UC Riverside Wagner at Cal Poly Saint Mary’s at Cal State Fullerton Nevada at Hawai’i

2:30 pm 2:30 pm 3 pm 3 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 7 pm 9:30 pm

Noon 2 pm

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HAWAI‘I —THE 50TH STATE

“THE ALOHA STATE” QUICK FACTS

THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Ni‘ihau

O‘ahu Kaua‘i

Moloka‘i

Honolulu

Maui Lana‘i Kaho‘olawe

Hawai‘i

STATE OF HAWAI‘I Population: 1.37 million Area: 6,421 square miles

Ni‘ihau “The Forbidden Island” Population: 170 Area: 72 square miles Island flower/color: Pupu shell/White

Lana‘i “The Pineapple Island” Population: 3,135 Area: 140 square miles Island flower/color: Kaunaoa/Orange

Kaua‘i “The Garden Island” Population: 67,091 Area: 552 square miles Island flower/color: Mokihana/Purple

Maui “The Valley Island” Population: 144,444 Area: 727 square miles Island flower/color: Lokelani/Pink

Moloka‘i “The Friendly Island” Population: 7,345 Area: 260 square miles Island flower/color: White kukui blossom/Green

Kaho‘olawe “The Sacred Island” Population: Uninhabited Area: 45 square miles Island flower/color: Hinahina/Grey

O‘ahu “The Gathering Place” Population: 963,607 Area: 597 square miles Island flower/color: Ilima/Yellow

Hawai‘i “The Orchid Island” Population: 185,079 Area: 4,028 square miles Island flower/color: Lehua Ohia/Red

State Gem

Black Coral

State Flower

Yellow hibiscus

State Tree

Kukui (Candlenut)

State Bird

Nene (Hawaiian goose)

State Marine Mammal Humpback whale State Fish

Humuhumunukunukuapua‘a

Date of Statehood

Aug. 21, 1959

Highest peak

13,796 feet (Mauna Kea)

Population

1,374,810 (50% male, 50% female)

All-time high temp. All-time low temp. Average daily temp. at sea level State Anthem

100o F (Pahala, Hawai‘i, April 27, 1931) 1.4o F (Mauna Kea summit, Jan. 20, 1970) 85o F (summer) 78o F (winter)

State Motto Rainfall

“Hawai‘i Pono‘i” written by King David Kalakaua and Henri Berger in 1874 Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono “The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness” Low: 11.17 inches (Puako on the Big Island) High: 473.83 inches (Mt. Wai‘ale‘ale on Kaua‘i, the “world’s wettest spot”)

HAWAI‘I FACTS AND TRIVIA  The state of Hawai‘i consists of eight main islands: Ni‘ihau, Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, Maui, Moloka‘i, Lana‘i, Kaho‘olawe, and the Big Island of Hawai‘i.  Hawai‘i is the most isolated population center on the face of the earth. Hawai‘i is 2,390 miles from California; 3,850 miles from Japan; 4,900 miles from China; and 5,280 from the Philippines.  Hawai‘i is the only state in America that grows coffee.  From east to west, Hawai‘i is the widest state in the United States.  The Hawaiian Archipelago consists of over 130 scattered points of land stretching some 1,600 miles in length from the Kure Atoll in the north to the island of Hawai‘i in the south.  Hawai‘i was the 50th state admitted to the United States on August 20, 1959  Hawai‘i has its own time zone (Hawaiian Standard Time). There is no daylight savings time.  Honolulu is the nation’s 11th largest metropolitan area


FEB. 14-15 OREGON

6:35 P.M.

APR. 11-12 * CAL POLY

6:35 P.M.

FEB. 16-17 OREGON

1:05 P.M.

APR. 13

* CAL POLY

1:05 P.M.

FEB. 20-21 ALBANY

6:35 P.M.

Apr. 17-18 * at Cal State Northridge

3:00 p.m.

FEB. 22-23 ALBANY

1:05 P.M.

Apr. 19

1:00 p.m.

FEB. 26-28 PEPPERDINE

6:35 P.M.

Apr. 22

MAR. 1 PEPPERDINE

6:05 P.M.

Apr. 25

* at Cal State Fullerton

7:00 p.m.

Mar. 7

at Texas

6:00 p.m.

Apr. 26

* at Cal State Fullerton

6:00 p.m.

Mar. 8

at Texas (DH)

1:00 p.m.

Apr. 27

* at Cal State Fullerton

1:00 p.m.

Mar. 9

at Texas

1:00 p.m.

MAY 2 NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 6:35 P.M.

MAR. 14-15 NEVADA

6:35 P.M.

MAY 3 NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECH. (DH) 3:35 P.M.

MAR. 16 NEVADA

1:05 P.M.

MAY 4 NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECH.

1:05 P.M.

MAR. 17 NEVADA

6:35 P.M.

MAY 9-10 * LONG BEACH STATE

6:35 P.M.

MAR. 20-22 ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM

6:35 P.M.

MAY 11

* LONG BEACH STATE

1:05 P.M.

MAR. 23 ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM

1:05 P.M.

May 16

* at UC Davis

2:30 p.m.

Mar. 28

* at UC Santa Barbara

3:00 p.m.

May 17-18 * at UC Davis

1:00 p.m.

Mar. 29

* at UC Santa Barbara

2:00 p.m.

MAY 22-24 * UC RIVERSIDE

Mar. 30

* at UC Santa Barbara

1:00 p.m.

May 29 - Jun. 1 at NCAA Regional

TBA

* at Cal State Northridge at USC

6:00 p.m.

6:35 P.M.

APR. 4-5 * UC IRVINE

6:35 P.M.

Jun. 5-9

at NCAA Super Regional

TBA

APR. 6

1:05 P.M.

Jun. 13-21

at NCAA College World Series (Omaha, NE)

TBA

* UC IRVINE

BOLD CAPS = Home games played at Les Murakami Stadium 8 * = Indicates a Big West Conference contest DH = Denotes a doubleheader 8 All times local to site and subject to change

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