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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS SCHEDULE, QUICK FACTS AND RETURNING STAT LEADERS 2011 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time (PT) Fri, Feb. 18 at UC Davis 2:30 PM Sat, Feb. 19 UC DAVIS 1:00 PM Sun, Feb. 20 at UC Davis 1:00 PM Tues, Feb. 22 SAINT MARY’S 2:00 PM Fri, Feb. 25 UC RIVERSIDE 2:00 PM Sat, Feb. 26 UC RIVERSIDE 1:00 PM Sun, Feb. 27 UC RIVERSIDE 1:00 PM Tues, March 1 UC DAVIS 2:00 PM Wed, March 2 at Pacific 6:00 PM Fri, March 4 at UC Santa Barbara 2:00 PM Sat, March 5 at UC Santa Barbara 1:00 PM Sun, March 6 at UC Santa Barbara 1:00 PM Tues, March 8 at San Francisco 2:00 PM Fri, March 11 at UC Irvine 6:00 PM Sat, March 12 at UC Irvine 2:00 PM Sun, March 13 at UC Irvine 1:00 PM Tues, March 15 MINNESOTA 2:00 PM Wed, March 16 MINNESOTA 2:00 PM Fri, March 18 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 2:00 PM Sat, March 19 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 1:00 PM Sun, March 20 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 1:00 PM Fri, March 25 UTAH VALLEY 2:00 PM Sat, March 26 UTAH VALLEY 1:00 PM Sun, March 27 UTAH VALLEY 1:00 PM Tues, March 29 PACIFIC 2:00 PM Fri, April 1 at Seattle 6:00 PM Sat, April 2 at Seattle (DH) 1:00 PM Sun, April 3 at Seattle 12:00 PM Fri, April 8 at Hawaii * 3:35 PM Sat, April 9 at Hawaii (DH) * 12:05 PM Sun, April 10 at Hawaii * 10:05 AM Fri, April 15 AIR FORCE 2:00 PM Sat, April 16 AIR FORCE (DH) 11:30 AM Sun, April 17 AIR FORCE 1:00 PM Thurs, April 21 FRESNO STATE * 2:30 PM Fri, April 22 FRESNO STATE * 2:30 PM Sat, April 23 FRESNO STATE (DH) * 11:30 AM Mon, April 25 at Saint Mary’s 3:00 PM Fri, April 29 SAN JOSE STATE * 2:30 PM Sat, April 30 SAN JOSE STATE (DH) * 11:30 AM Sun, May 1 SAN JOSE STATE * 1:00 PM Fri, May 6 at New Mexico State * 3:00 PM Sat, May 7 at New Mexico State (DH) * 2:00 PM Sun, May 8 at New Mexico State * 12:00 PM Fri, May 13 at Nevada * 6:00 PM Sat, May 14 at Nevada (DH) * 1:00 PM Sun, May 15 at Nevada * 1:00 PM Fri, May 20 LOUISIANA TECH * 3:00 PM Sat, May 21 LOUISIANA TECH (DH) * 12:00 PM Sun, May 22 LOUISIANA TECH * 1:00 PM All home games in BOLD AND CAPS and played at Hornet Field *Western Athletic Conference games All game start times Pacific

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UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location: Sacramento, Calif. Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 29,241 President: Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletics Director Dr. Terry Wanless Faculty Athletics Rep Dr. Steve Perez Senior Women’s Administrator Lois Mattice Nickname: Hornets Colors: Green & Gold Media Relations Director Brian Berger Assistant Director Ryan Bjork Assistant Director (Baseball Contact) Joe Waltasti Office Phone: 916-278-6896 Fax Machine: 916-278-5429 Cell Phone: 916-889-6643 E-mail: waltasti@csus.edu Athletics Website: www.hornetsports.com BASEBALL QUICK FACTS Conference: Western Athletic Conference Affiliation: NCAA Division I Home Site (Capacity): Johh Smith Field (1,200) Field Dimensions: (L-R) 333-400-333 Press Row Phone: 916-889-6643 Head Coach: Reggie Christiansen (First Season) Alma Mater: Menlo, 1998 Record at Sacramento State: 0-0 (0-0) Career Head Coaching Record: 96-113 Assistant Coaches: Tommy Nicholson, Thad Johnson, John Callahan, Jake McKinley 2010 Overall Record: 18-35-1 2010 WAC Record: 7-17 (7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost 13/12 Position Starters (30+ Games Played) Returning/Lost 6/3 Starting Pitchers (7+ Starts) Returning/Lost 1/3 Relief Pitchers (15+ Appearances) Returning/Lost 3/2 Newcomers: 17 Redshirts: 3 RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Batting Average Runs Trevor Paine .381 Trevor Paine Blake Miller .293 Kirby Young

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ERA Andrew Galvan 4.98 James Chamberlin 5.04

Slugging Percentage Trevor Paine .608 Kirby Young .429

RBIs Kirby Young Trevor Paine

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Wins Brandon Creel James Chamberlin

On Base Percentage Trevor Paine .453 Andrew Ayers .359

Home Runs Trevor Paine Justin Lamb

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Saves Andrew Galvan 6 N/A 0

Hits Trevor Paine Blake Miller

Stolen Bases Trevor Paine Blake Miller

.381 .293

Innings Pitched Logan Todd 50.2 Brandon Sandoval 43.0

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2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE ROSTER AND BREAKDOWN BY POSITION

NUMERICAL ROSTER (33)

RHPs (13) - Zach Morgan, Dallas Chadwick, Brandon Creel, Sam Kuykendall, Ty Nichols, Tanner Mendonca, Andrew Galvan, Jason Hampton, Steven Amaral, Hunter Greenwood, James Chamberlin, Karl Maas, Brandon Sandoval LHPs (1) - Logan Todd Infielders (7) - David Del Grande, Blake Miller, Andrew Ayers, Brian Haggett, Trevor Paine, Kirby Young, Shea Lukes Outfielders (5) - A.J. Nunez, Carter Loud, Eli Davis, Jake Chilton, Justin Higley Catchers (3) - Justin Lamb, Derek Goodwin, Brent Hottman Utility (4) - Will Soto, Hunter Adrian, Dax Turner, Derrick Chung

No. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 34 35 38 39 40 41 43 55

BY CLASS Seniors (9) - A.J. Nunez, Jake Chilton, Trevor Paine, Andrew Galvan, Logan Todd, Kirby Young, James Chamberlin, Karl Maas, Brandon Sandoval Juniors (7) - Derrick Chung, Justin Lamb, Eli Davis, Brent Hottman, Hunter Adrian, Brian Haggett, Steven Amaral Sophomores (5) - Blake Miller, Zach Morgan, Brandon Creel, Andrew Ayers, Jason Hampton Freshmen (12) - Carter Loud, David Del Grande, Will Soto, Derek Goodwin, Dallas Chadwick, Sam Kuykendall, Ty Nichols, Dax Turner, Tanner Mendonca, Justin Higley, Hunter Greenwood, Shea Lukes BY EXPERIENCE Letterwinners (13) Redshirts (3) Junior College (5) High School (12)

Name Pos. B/T A.J. Nunez OF R/R Carter Loud OF R/R David Del Grande INF R/R Will Soto INF/OF L/R Derrick Chung C/INF R/R Blake Miller INF R/R Justin Lamb C R/R Eli Davis OF R/R Zach Morgan RHP R/R Derek Goodwin C R/R Dallas Chadwick RHP R/R Brandon Creel RHP R/R Brent Hottman C R/R Sam Kuykendall RHP R/R Ty Nichols RHP R/R Andrew Ayers INF R/R Jake Chilton OF L/R Hunter Adrian 1B/OF L/L Dax Turner C/OF L/R Brian Haggett INF L/R Tanner Mendonca RHP R/R Trevor Paine INF R/R Andrew Galvan RHP R/R Jason Hampton RHP R/R Logan Todd LHP L/L Kirby Young INF L/R Justin Higley OF L/R Steven Amaral RHP R/R Hunter Greenwood RHP R/R James Chamberlin RHP R/R Shea Lukes INF R/R Karl Maas RHP R/R Brandon Sandoval RHP R/R

Ht. Wt. 6-0 190 5-7 165 5-10 165 5-8 180 5-10 170 6-3 190 5-11 200 6-1 185 6-2 170 5-11 220 6-2 210 5-10 190 6-0 195 6-2 180 6-5 190 5-11 200 5-7 170 6-0 195 5-11 175 6-2 215 6-4 200 6-1 220 6-1 165 6-5 210 6-3 210 6-2 195 6-4 200 6-2 180 6-4 205 5-10 205 6-4 170 6-4 210 6-0 215

Cl. Exp. Hometown/Last School Sr. 1V Auburn, Calif./Cosumnes River CC Fr HS Pleasanton, Calif./Amador Valley RFr. RS Eureka, Calif./St. Bernards Fr. HS Elk Grove, Calif./Elk Grove RJr. 2V Cypress, Calif./Artesia So. 1V Salem, Ore./South Salem Jr. 2V Yuba City, Calif./Yuba City Jr. JC Turlock, Calif./Modesto CC RSo. RS Grants Pass, Ore./Shasta CC Fr. HS Diamond Bar, Calif./Diamond Ranch Fr. HS Redding, Calif./Shasta So. 1V Sacramento, Calif./Rosemont RJr. 2V El Dorado Hills, Calif./Oak Ridge Fr. HS Yuba City, Calif./Yuba City Fr. HS Gridley, Calif./Gridley So. 1V Eureka, Calif./St. Bernards Sr. 1V Poway, Calif./Yavapai CC Jr. JC Modesto, Calif./Merced CC Fr. HS Visalia, Calif./Golden West HS Jr. JC Hollister, Calif./West Valley CC Fr. HS Visalia, Calif./Mt. Whitney Sr. 3V Rocklin, Calif./Jesuit Sr. 1V Sacramento, Calif./Sac City CC So. 1V Rocklin, Calif./Rocklin Sr. 1V Merced, Calif./Merced CC Sr. IV Kirkland, Wash./Edmonds CC Fr. HS Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit Jr. JC San Jose, Calif./San Jose CC Fr. HS Sacramento, Calif./Franklin Sr. 1V San Leandro, Calif./San Mateo CC Fr. HS Antelope, Calif./Center Sr. JC Tracy, Calif./Modesto CC Sr. 3V Tulare, Calif./Tulare Western

COACHING STAFF (5) Position No. Head Coach 19 Infielders/Recruiting Coord. 2 Pitchers 20 Catchers 29 Director of Operations

Name Reggie Christiansen Tommy Nicholson Thad Johnson John Callahan Jake McKinley

Season/Alma Mater First Season/Menlo College, 1998 First Season/Texas, 2000 First Season/Oregon State, 2002 Sixth Season First Season/Bethany, 2005

BY HOME STATE California (30) Oregon (2) Washington (1)

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP C 1B 2B 3B SS

Derrick Chung (JR) Hunter Adrian (JR) Andrew Ayers (SO) Blake Miller (SO) Kirby Young (SR)

LF CF RF DH

Justin Higley (FR) Eli Davis (JR) Will Soto (FR) Trevor Paine (SR)

SP SP SP CL

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Tanner Mendonca (FR) Sam Kuykendall (FR) Dallas Chadwick (FR) Andrew Galvan (SR)

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS 2010 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS • RECORD: 18-35-1 • HOME: 11-14-1 • AWAY: 6-19 • NEUTRAL: 1-2 • WAC: 7-17 • DATE OPPONENT W SCORE L Feb 19 at UNLV W 10-8 Feb 20 at UNLV W 19-5 Feb 21 at UNLV 14-18 L Feb 26 vs #25 Kansas 3-4 L Feb 26 vs Gonzaga W 8-2 Feb 27 vs #25 Kansas 4-10 L Mar 05 UC DAVIS 3-11 L Mar 06 at UC Davis 2-13 L Mar 07 UC DAVIS W 7-6 Mar 09 SAINT MARY’S 6-8 L Mar 10 SAINT MARY’S 4-4 T Mar 13 #16 UC IRVINE W 2-1 Mar 13 #16 UC IRVINE 3-5 L Mar 14 #16 UC IRVINE 3-4 L Mar 16 PACIFIC W 5-4 Mar 19 at Arizona 0-5 L Mar 20 at Arizona 7-8 L Mar 21 at Arizona 6-10 L Mar 23 at Saint Mary’s 4-5 L Mar 26 at Cal State Northridge W 13-12 Mar 27 at Cal State Northridge 2-14 L Mar 28 at Cal State Northridge 6-10 L Mar 31 ALBANY W 22-2 Apr 01 UC SANTA BARBARA 0-9 L Apr 03 UC SANTA BARBARA W 3-0 Apr 03 UC SANTA BARBARA W 10-9 Apr 06 SAN FRANCISCO STATE W 10-3 Apr 07 at San Francisco 4-5 L Apr 13 at Pacific 2-5 L * Apr 16 HAWAI’I W 11-6 * Apr 17 HAWAI’I W 3-2 * Apr 17 HAWAI’I 4-7 L * Apr 18 HAWAI’I W 9-4 * Apr 22 NEW MEXICO STATE 4-11 L * Apr 23 NEW MEXICO STATE 2-4 L * Apr 24 NEW MEXICO STATE 3-9 L * Apr 25 NEW MEXICO STATE 0-3 L * Apr 30 at San Jose State 1-13 L * May 01 at San Jose State W 7-4 * May 01 at San Jose State W 12-3 * May 02 at San Jose State 4-5 L May 04 #21 CALIFORNIA 3-7 L * May 07 at Louisiana Tech 11-17 L * May 08 at Louisiana Tech 12-27 L * May 08 at Louisiana Tech 4-5 L * May 09 at Louisiana Tech 2-7 L * May 14 NEVADA W 6-4 * May 15 NEVADA 2-4 L * May 15 NEVADA 6-7 L * May 16 NEVADA 0-11 L * May 21 at Fresno State W 12-2 * May 22 at Fresno State 6-7 L * May 22 at Fresno State 1-10 L * May 23 at Fresno State 4-8 L

HORNETS OPPONENT R-H-E R-H-E EXTRAS 10-14-4 8-10-1 (11) 19-22-2 5-8-1 14-19-2 18-20-2 3-9-1 4-6-3 8-7-1 2-6-4 4-9-1 10-18-1 3-6-2 11-12-1 2-7-1 13-19-1 7-11-1 6-6-0 6-9-1 8-18-1 4-11-2 4-8-1 (12) 2-2-2 1-7-1 3-7-4 5-7-1 3-8-2 4-12-2 (10) 5-9-3 4-9-0 0-7-1 5-12-0 7-13-4 8-14-0 6-11-0 10-16-1 4-7-0 5-12-2 13-17-3 12-18-3 2-7-3 14-21-0 6-6-1 10-13-0 22-21-0 2-4-0 0-7-0 9-12-0 3-11-2 0-1-0 10-13-2 9-13-2 10-13-0 3-4-5 4-12-1 5-9-1 (11) 2-6-1 5-9-0 11-14-0 6-9-4 3-7-0 2-6-0 4-9-2 7-13-0 9-9-0 4-10-2 4-6-1 11-12-2 2-9-1 4-7-2 3-9-1 9-12-1 0-8-2 3-6-2 1-5-1 13-11-0 7-12-0 4-9-0 12-15-1 3-8-2 4-6-0 5-10-1 (11) 3-7-4 7-9-0 11-11-2 17-23-4 12-16-2 27-27-0 4-5-0 5-8-0 2-9-1 7-14-0 6-8-0 4-4-0 2-6-2 4-8-1 6-8-1 7-10-3 0-3-1 11-11-0 12-17-0 2-8-1 6-11-1 7-11-1 1-5-2 10-13-1 4-8-3 8-10-3

OVERALL 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 3-4-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 4-6-0 4-6-1 5-6-1 5-7-1 5-8-1 6-8-1 6-9-1 6-10-1 6-11-1 6-12-1 7-12-1 7-13-1 7-14-1 8-14-1 8-15-1 9-15-1 10-15-1 11-15-1 11-16-1 11-17-1 12-17-1 13-17-1 13-18-1 14-18-1 14-19-1 14-20-1 14-21-1 14-22-1 14-23-1 15-23-1 16-23-1 16-24-1 16-25-1 16-26-1 16-27-1 16-28-1 16-29-1 17-29-1 17-30-1 17-31-1 17-32-1 18-32-1 18-33-1 18-34-1 18-35-1

WAC 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 0-0-0 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 2-0-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 3-4-0 3-5-0 3-6-0 4-6-0 5-6-0 5-7-0 5-7-0 5-8-0 5-9-0 5-10-0 5-11-0 6-11-0 6-12-0 6-13-0 6-14-0 7-14-0 7-15-0 7-16-0 7-17-0

PITCHER OF RECORD Todd, L. (W 1-0) Sandoval, B. (W 1-0) Guglielmo, M (L 0-1) Darrah, J. (L 0-1) Chamberlin (W 1-0) Sandoval, B. (L 1-1) Darrah, J. (L 0-2) Sandoval, B. (L 1-2) Galvan, A. (W 1-0) York, T. (L 0-1) None Darrah, J. (W 1-2) Elrod, T. (L 0-1) Galvan, A. (L 1-1) Chamberlin (W 2-0) Todd, L. (L 1-1) Chamberlin (L 2-1) Ramirez, J. (L 0-1) Chamberlin (L 2-2) Creel, B. (W 1-0) Ramirez, J. (L 0-2) Guglielmo, M (L 0-2) Darrah, J. (W 2-2) Todd, L. (L 1-2) Creel, B. (W 2-0) Chamberlin (W 3-2) Butler, R. (W 1-0) Galvan, A. (L 1-2) Todd, L. (L 1-3) Guglielmo, M (W 1-2) Darrah, J. (W 3-2) Todd, L. (L 1-4) Ramirez, J. (W 1-2) Butler, R. (L 1-1) Darrah, J. (L 3-3) York, T. (L 0-2) Todd, L. (L 1-5) Darrah, J. (L 3-4) Butler, R. (W 2-1) Sandoval, B. (W 2-2) Galvan, A. (L 1-3) Elrod, T. (L 0-2) Darrah, J. (L 3-5) Butler, R. (L 2-2) Sandoval, B. (L 2-3) Elrod, T. (L 0-3) Creel, B. (W 3-0) Darrah, J. (L 3-6) Galvan, A. (L 1-4) Sandoval, B. (L 2-4) Todd, L. (W 2-5) Elrod, T. (L 0-4) York, T. (L 0-3) Sandoval, B. (L 2-5)

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ATTEN. 559 417 453 187 175 184 127 323 287 108 82 231 231 323 196 455 383 404 105 131 338 410 113 223 235 235 93 91 339 206 293 293 231 87 157 153 220 225 321 321 437 231 837 728 728 403 240 327 327 537 1871 1789 1789 2022

TIME 3:55 3:35 3:44 2:36 3:03 2:58 2:47 2:44 3:22 3:14 3:52 2:40 2:31 3:03 2:30 2:22 3:08 2:53 2:44 3:44 2:49 3:20 2:56 2:19 2:00 3:02 2:15 3:15 2:30 2:55 2:30 2:05 2:52 3:14 2:31 2:51 2:41 2:10 2:51 2:21 3:59 2:43 3:37 2:58 2:16 2:28 3:00 3:10 2:23 1:55 2:26 2:38 2:43 2:35


2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE 2010 STATISTICS HITTING STATISTICS PLAYER Paine, Trevor Mezzaneras, J. Powers, Josh Miller, Blake Ayers, Andrew Chilton, Jake Young, Kirby Lamb, Justin Hottman, Brent Baskett, Kyle Bloom, Trevor Stumpf, Dustin Chung, Derrick McCarthy, Dan Nunez, A.J. Galvan, Andrew TOTALS OPPONENTS

AVG .381 .311 .309 .293 .274 .266 .261 .199 .333 .310 .276 .273 .254 .221 .179 .000 .281 .314

GP-GS AB R 50-45 176 30 48-39 148 30 54-54 207 41 50-48 184 28 45-38 146 26 49-43 177 22 53-52 203 30 49-48 176 24 11-11 36 8 33-23 87 21 36-33 127 17 5-2 11 3 16-16 63 14 29-20 68 9 30-14 56 8 1-0 1 0 54-54 1866 311 54-54 1888 387

H 2B 3B 67 10 0 46 8 0 64 12 4 54 8 0 40 8 1 47 5 1 53 10 3 35 8 0 12 1 0 27 7 0 35 6 0 3 0 0 16 4 1 15 0 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 524 90 10 593 119 7

HR 10 7 5 2 1 3 6 8 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 48 63

RBI TB SLG% 44 107 .608 27 75 .507 30 99 .478 21 68 .370 24 53 .363 24 63 .356 47 87 .429 20 67 .381 4 13 .361 10 37 .425 17 47 .370 1 3 .273 9 28 .444 2 15 .221 8 16 .286 0 0 .000 288 778 .417 360 915 .485

BB HBP SO GDP OB% 20 4 13 4 .453 14 4 41 0 .381 34 13 39 3 .435 9 7 34 3 .348 13 7 29 4 .359 22 0 27 8 .345 23 5 43 6 .348 16 3 42 6 .277 6 2 9 1 .455 16 0 16 3 .417 10 3 30 4 .340 2 0 1 0 .385 8 3 19 1 .365 10 0 16 2 .321 4 6 19 2 .299 0 0 0 0 .000 207 57 378 47 .368 208 59 293 36 .394

SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 1 0 0-1 106 3 0 1.000 2 4 8-10 117 4 1 .992 1 1 9-10 450 37 8 .984 1 5 2-4 80 129 11 .950 1 1 5-7 48 61 6 .948 1 2 5-5 84 7 2 .978 2 4 7-9 58 141 14 .934 0 2 0-0 218 36 3 .988 0 1 0-1 29 3 1 .970 0 2 2-4 49 4 3 .946 1 0 1-1 48 1 3 .942 0 0 0-0 3 3 1 .857 0 0 1-1 21 51 6 .923 0 1 1-3 39 2 2 .953 1 2 0-0 31 0 3 .912 0 0 0-0 2 2 0 1.000 11 25 41-56 1394 557 75 .963 27 31 52-70 1417 535 64 .968

LOB - Team (438), Opp (434). DPs turned - Team (43), Opp (54). CI - Team (2), Powers 1, Lamb 1. IBB - Team (3), Baskett 1, Young 1, Paine 1, Opp (5). Picked off - Powers 4, Chilton 1, Hottman 1, Miller 1.

AYERS PITCHING STATISTICS PLAYER ERA W-L APP-GS CG Galvan, Andrew 4.98 1-4 19-1 0 Chamberlin, James 5.04 3-2 19-0 0 Darrah, Jesse 5.07 3-6 14-14 1 Todd, Logan 5.68 2-5 20-4 0 Elrod, Tommy 5.79 0-4 18-4 0 Creel, Brandon 5.86 3-0 13-3 0 Butler, Robert 6.46 2-2 14-7 0 Sandoval, Brandon 6.91 2-5 8-8 2 Guglielmo, Mike 7.76 1-2 20-2 0 Ramirez, Jose 8.21 1-2 12-7 0 Hampton, Jason 9.15 0-0 12-2 0 York, Trevor 11.03 0-3 13-2 0 Baskett, Kyle 0.00 0-0 1-0 0 Havens, Russell 4.50 0-0 1-0 0 TOTALS 6.45 18-35 54-54 3 OPPONENTS 5.14 35-18 54-54 8

SHO 0/1 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 1/1 4/2

SV IP H R ER 6 34.1 32 19 19 0 30.1 45 20 17 0 81.2 83 52 46 0 50.2 65 39 32 0 32.2 37 24 21 0 27.2 28 19 18 0 47.1 57 37 34 0 43.0 60 45 33 1 29.0 39 29 25 0 41.2 63 41 38 0 19.2 36 27 20 0 23.2 44 33 29 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 2.0 4 2 1 7 464.2 593 387 333 12 472.1 524 311 270

SANDOVAL BB 16 11 32 14 23 12 18 17 19 22 14 9 1 0 208 207

SO 22 21 55 21 34 14 32 26 14 26 14 11 1 2 293 378

2B 3B 4 0 15 0 18 0 11 2 3 0 4 0 15 1 13 1 5 0 14 2 6 0 11 1 0 0 0 0 119 7 90 10

HR AB B/AVG 3 130 .246 2 123 .366 10 317 .262 8 206 .316 1 129 .287 7 105 .267 10 191 .298 4 184 .326 3 117 .333 5 179 .352 4 90 .400 6 105 .419 0 3 .000 0 9 .444 63 1888 .314 48 1866 .281

WP HBP 1 2 1 4 4 9 4 7 4 3 2 4 1 7 4 3 3 5 6 8 6 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 37 59 42 57

BK SFA SHA 2 3 3 1 4 3 0 3 4 4 5 4 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 5 0 1 3 0 3 2 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 27 31 6 11 25

PB - Team (13), Lamb 5, Powers 4, Hottman 4, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (10), Lamb 3, Chamberlin 2, Guglielmo 2, Darrah 1, Butler 1, Todd 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT - Lamb (48-63), Darrah (4-9), Hampton (8-9), Butler (5-8), Elrod (7-8), Todd (3-6), York (4-6), Sandoval (6-6), Hottman (3-5), Galvan (4-4), Guglielmo (3-4), Chamberlin (2-4), Ramirez (4-4), Creel (2-2), Powers (1-1).

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS 2010 WAC STANDINGS Conference Overall Standings Wins Losses Tied Pct. Wins Losses Fresno State 16 8 0 .667 38 25 Nevada 14 9 1 .604 36 22 New Mexico State 14 9 1 .604 36 23 Hawai`i 12 12 0 .500 33 26 Louisiana Tech 11 13 0 .458 27 30 San Jose State 9 15 0 .375 23 37 Sacramento State 7 17 0 .292 18 35

Tied 0 1 1 0 0 0 1

Pct. .603 .619 .608 .559 .474 .383 .343

2010 CONFERENCE HONORS AND ALL-WAC TEAMS Player of the Year: Jordan Ribera, Jr., Fresno State Pitcher of the Year: Brock Stassi, Jr., Nevada Freshman of the Year: Zack Jones, San Jose State Coach of the Year: Mike Batesole, Fresno State

Greg Garcia, SS, Jr., Hawai‘i Lenny Linsky, RP, So., Hawai‘i Jeffrey Van Doornum, DH, Jr., Hawai‘i Kolten Wong, 2B, So., Hawai‘i Devon Dageford, OF, Sr., Louisiana Tech Mark Threlkeld, 3B, So., Louisiana Tech Shaun Kort, 1B, Sr., Nevada Brock Stassi, SP, Jr., Nevada Leo Aguirre, 1B, Sr., New Mexico State Blake McFarland, SP, Jr., San Jose State Corey Valine, 3B/UTI, Sr., San Jose State

FIRST TEAM All-WAC Bobby Coyle, DH, Jr., Fresno State Greg Gonzalez, SP, Jr., Fresno State Jordan Ribera, 1B, Jr., Fresno State Dusty Robinson, OF, So., Fresno State

SECOND TEAM All-WAC Danny Muno, 2B, Jr., Fresno State

Josh Poytress, SP, So., Fresno State Garrett Weber, SS, Jr., Fresno State Josh Slaats, SP, Jr., Hawai‘i Clint Ewing, C, Jr., Louisiana Tech Joey Ford, 2B, Jr., Louisiana Tech Alex Williams, DH, So., Louisiana Tech Brian Barnett, OF, Jr., Nevada Jeremy Cole, SP, Jr., Nevada Tyler Graham, RP, Sr., Nevada Nick Melino, OF, So., Nevada Brock Stassi, UTI, Jr., Nevada Ryan Aguayo, SS, Jr., New Mexico State Trevor Paine, DH, Jr., Sacramento State Josh Powers, 1B, Sr., Sacramento State

2010 WAC TEAM STATISTICS

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TEAM BATTING New Mexico State Louisiana Tech Fresno State Nevada Hawai`i San Jose State Sacramento State Totals

G 60 57 63 59 59 60 54

AVG .349 .336 .322 .308 .289 .288 .280 .311

AB 2224 2073 2211 2009 1965 2053 1866 14401

R 613 484 476 452 355 322 311 3013

H 776 697 712 619 567 591 523 4485

2B 150 141 137 148 87 97 90 850

TEAM PITCHING Hawai`i Nevada Fresno State San Jose State Sacramento State Louisiana Tech New Mexico State Totals

G 59 59 63 60 54 57 60

ERA 5.05 5.21 6.05 6.34 6.45 7.33 7.46 6.26

W 33 36 38 23 18 27 36 211

L 26 22 25 37 35 30 22 197

SV 18 17 10 6 7 4 12 74

IP 513.0 500.2 542.2 515.0 464.2 478.2 513.2 3528.1

G 60 59 59 63 54 60 57

PO 1545 1539 1502 1628 1394 1541 1436 10585

A 643 652 622 723 555 640 541 4376

E 62 69 72 80 75 95 92 545

TEAM FIELDING San Jose State Hawai`i Nevada Fresno State Sacramento State New Mexico State Louisiana Tech Totals

3B 17 8 19 26 17 8 10 105

HR 104 81 88 71 52 28 48 472

H R 592 334 545 352 701 420 668 406 593 387 625 456 732 511 4456 2866 PCT .972 .969 .967 .967 .963 .958 .956 .965

DP 64 61 50 65 43 64 35 382

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BB 382 193 235 269 250 182 207 1718

SO SB-ATT 438 27-33 391 50-76 393 48-65 407 85-110 373 40-61 299 41-67 378 41-56 2679 332-468

ER 288 290 365 363 333 390 426 2455

BB 162 216 237 241 206 283 249 1594

PB 15 8 6 7 13 20 19 88

SB-ATT 61-84 59-99 63-81 37-54 52-70 53-71 47-73 372-532

SO 399 312 396 343 293 377 423 2543


2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE 2010 WAC INDIVIDUAL HITTING AND PITCHING LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Leo Aguirre-NMSU Melino, Nick-NEV Weber, Garrett-FS Paine, Trevor-SAC Sodders, Mike-NMSU Martin, Jason-SJSU Dageford, Devon-LTU Ford, Joey-LTU Shaver, Nate-NMSU Ryan Aguayo-NMSU Kort, Shaun-NEV Wong, Kolten-UH Starkes, Wesley-NMSU Stassi, Brock-NEV Perkins, Chace-NMSU Garcia, Greg-UH Coyle, Bobby-FS Gowens, Brennan-FS Ewing, Clint-LTU Hipp, Parker-NMSU

G 57 54 63 50 37 60 57 55 56 60 59 59 57 52 57 58 62 63 53 51

AVG .388 .388 .387 .381 .380 .373 .371 .371 .367 .365 .365 .365 .364 .364 .363 .361 .360 .359 .350 .349

AB 224 152 243 176 150 236 229 213 221 252 211 233 184 176 193 202 267 248 177 166

PAINE INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Slaats, Josh-UH Stassi, Brock-NEV McFarland, Blake-SJSU Jameson, Tom-NEV Spangler, Sam-UH Cole, Jeremy-NEV Darrah, Jesse-SAC Garcia, Chris-NEV Martin, Sean-SJSU Capaul, Alex-UH Robertson, Charlie-FS Sisto, Matt-UH Jefferson, Mike-LTU Bradshaw, Jamey-LTU Poytress, Josh-FS

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ERA 3.22 3.43 3.62 3.84 4.42 4.95 5.07 5.07 5.12 5.43 5.47 5.57 5.60 5.77 5.87

W-L 5-3 7-4 7-4 6-1 5-6 4-3 3-6 6-3 2-3 6-2 5-3 5-5 4-4 4-2 6-6

R 60 41 45 30 50 46 63 38 66 76 64 53 46 45 55 45 53 54 48 44

H 87 59 94 67 57 88 85 79 81 92 77 85 67 64 70 73 96 89 62 58

RBI 58 35 38 44 46 23 56 48 52 66 55 40 39 42 70 36 68 35 49 37

2B 19 15 14 10 8 13 21 14 19 14 24 15 8 16 17 11 21 19 12 10

3B 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 3 1 4 5 5 3 5 1 3 0 1

HR 11 7 1 10 15 2 17 3 5 12 9 7 1 9 17 3 11 4 11 1

BB 30 16 18 20 31 21 16 15 45 40 41 34 27 25 29 31 9 27 14 23

ER 26 30 40 28 36 40 46 34 40 39 45 40 45 47 50

BB 32 25 27 18 33 18 32 37 26 13 29 16 59 30 36

SO 74 67 71 30 62 30 55 47 35 41 41 44 69 64 60

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IP 72.2 78.2 99.1 65.2 73.1 72.2 81.2 60.1 70.1 64.2 74.0 64.2 72.1 73.1 76.2

H 67 71 109 74 80 77 83 56 83 81 97 78 64 86 97

R 34 36 49 39 40 50 52 37 46 46 51 44 52 53 58

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REGGIE CHRISTIANSEN Head Coach First Season • Menlo College, 1998

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Reggie Christiansen begins his first season as Sacramento State’s head baseball coach, taking over the reigns of the program after spending the last two seasons as an assistant and as the associate head coach. Christiansen was appointed to the position by athletics director Dr. Terry Wanless and took over for John Smith, who led the Hornets for 32 seasons. Christiansen was the Hornets’ primary hitting intructor and outfielders coach during his two seasons as an assistant coach. He was named associate head coach prior to the 2010 season before being selected to be Smith’s replacement for the 2011 campaign. Before coming to Sacramento State, Christiansen spent the previous four seasons (2005-08) as the head baseball coach at South Dakota State. He served as the team’s hitting instructor, recruiting coordinator and third base coach before moving into the head coaching role. Christiansen was given the task of building a Division I baseball program during his four seasons with the Jackrabbits, taking over at the beginning of their reclassification period. Christiansen posted a 96-113 record at South Dakota State, turning a 12-win team in Division II a year previous to his hire in 2004 into a team that won the Division I Independent Tournament in 2007, collecting a 34-19 record. During that season, the Jacks notched wins in 11 states, ranging from California to Kentucky and Utah to North Dakota. The 2007 Jackrabbits team reshaped the SDSU record books under Christiansen. The squad set records for runs scored (395), hits (573), doubles (99), total bases (891), runs batted in (357), and at bats (1,824). In addition, the 2007 team fielded .962, just one percentage point off the school mark. Christiansen earned Division I Independent Coach of the Year honors following that season. SDSU earned notoriety under Christiansen for playing Kansas in a three-game series in the Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minn., in the middle of the night. Due to inclement weather both places, the teams finally found a safe haven under the dome, but there were already games scheduled all day. The teams had to play a 1:30 a.m. doubleheader one day, followed by a 3:30 a.m. game the next. Prior to his arrival at South Dakota State, Christiansen was an assistant at the University of Kansas under Ritch Price for two seasons. During his time with the Jayhawks, he served as first base coach and worked as a hitting instructor, while also overseeing the outfielders. Under his tutelage, Kansas broke several school records and was honored by the Big 12 Conference. In 2004, Jayhawk hitters led the Big 12 with a .316 team batting average, the fourth highest in the program’s history, while setting a school record with 697 hits. Kansas also shattered the school home run record during the Christiansen era. He spent the 2002 season as the head coach of his alma mater, Menlo College, in Atherton, Calif, where he had previously spent time as an assistant coach from 1997-99. He spent the 2001 season as the head coach in his hometown at Ferndale High School, and also spent time with three summer teams as an assistant coach, working with the San Mateo Bulldogs, the Humboldt Crabs and the Topeka Capitals. Seven different players he has coached during his short career have been drafted, including one, Travis Metcalf, that has seen action in the majors. Metcalf played in 80 games with the Texas Rangers from 2007-08. Jake Rogers was selected in the 22nd round of the 2007 first-year player draft by the Washington Nationals, while Craig Parry was selected in the 50th round of the 2008 draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Christiansen graduated from Menlo in 1998 with a degree in business administration, and received his master’s degree from Kansas in 2004 in health, sport and exercise science. A native of Ferndale, Calif., Christiansen and his wife Amber have two young sons and a newborn daughter.

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TOMMY NICHOLSON Infield Coach/Recruiting Coordinator First Season • Texas, 2000

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Tommy Nicholson is in his first year at Sacramento State, and will serve as the team’s infield coach, assistant hitting instructor and recruiting coordinator for the 2011 season. Nicholson joins the Hornets after spending the last two season on the coaching staff at the University of Texas. As the volunteer assistant coach for the Longhorns, Nicholson oversaw the squad’s infield while also serving as the team’s first base coach. Nicholson helped lead the Longhorns to the College World Series in 2009 and a Super Regional in 2009. Prior to his coaching career, Nicholson spent six seasons in the Chicago White Sox and Colorado Rockies organizations, playing as high as Triple-A in his final three campaigns for the Charlotte Knights and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox. “Tommy is one of the top young infield coaches in the nation, and I’m excited to have him in our program,” Christiansen said. “Our approach to baseball and coaching philosophies are very similar, and I think he will be an excellent fit for Hornet baseball.” A three-year letterwinner during his time at Texas, Nicholson missed only three starts at second base over that time period, batting .327 with 147 runs, 223 hits, 37 doubles, four triples, nine home runs, 114 RBIs and 20 stolen bases for his career. As a senior in 2000, Nicholson earned first team all-Big 12 honors after hitting .367 with 60 runs, 99 hits, 18 doubles, 43 RBIs and 12 stolen bases. He was the Longhorns’ top hitter at the 2000 College World Series, hitting .500 in Omaha, while also being named to the NCAA Tempe Regional all-tournament team.

THAD JOHNSON Pitching Coach First Season • Oregon State, 2002

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In his first year at Sacramento State, Thad Johnson will serve as the team’s pitching coach when the team hits the field to start the 2011 season. Johnson comes to Sacramento State from Santa Rosa CC, where he served as the team’s pitching coach since 2007. In his four seasons with the Bear Cubs from 2007-10, Johnson led his staff to an impressive 3.40 ERA, which included a state-leading 2.73 ERA in 2008. Johnson also spent the past three years as an associate scout in the Baltimore Orioles organization, helping locate prospects in the Northern California area. “Thad comes to Sacramento State as an experienced pitching coach as well as a tremendous evaluator of talent,” Christiansen said. “I feel we needed to hire someone that had the ability to develop our pitchers, as well bring energy and enthusiasm into our clubhouse.” Prior to his stint at Santa Rosa, Johnson served as the head coach of the Peninsula Oilers in the Alaska Baseball League during the 2006 summer season, and earned ABL Coach of the Year honors after leading the Oilers to the league title. He started his coaching career in 2004, spending three seasons as the pitching coach at Riverside CC. In his final two seasons, Riverside’s pitching staff posted an Orange Empire Conference-leading ERAs of 2.62 and 3.10, respectively. Johnson spent two years in the Oakland A’s organization in 2001-02, posting a combined 4-2 record as a starter for the AZL Athletics in 2001 and the Vancouver Canadians in 2002. He played his college baseball at Oregon State, where he was a two-time honorable mention all-Pac 10 selection. During his two-year career with the Beavers, Johnson collected 11 victories in 32 starts, striking out 151 batters in 220 innings of work while recording 11 complete games. A standout in the classroom as well, Johnson was a two-time Pac-10 all-academic selection while earning Academic All-America honors as a senior in 2002. Prior to his stint in Corvalis, Johnson starred for two seasons at Santa Rosa.

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JOHN CALLAHAN Volunteer Assistant Coach/Catchers Sixth Season

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John Callahan begins his sixth year with the Sacramento State coaching staff. Callahan has split time as the team’s director of baseball operations, as well as the program’s volunteer assistant over the past five years. He also serves as the Hornets first base coach, and works with the team’s catchers and hitters. Callahan joined the Sacramento State baseball program coaching staff after 18 successful seasons at Elk Grove High School. Starting in 1986, Callahan served as the head coach of the Thundering Herd’s freshman baseball team. During his tenure, Callahan coached his team to a 56-game winning streak that spanned three seasons. His teams also came away with undefeated seasons in 2000 and 2001. At Elk Grove, Callahan worked under the leadership of Gary Dreher, Jeff Carlson and former Sacramento State assistant Rusty McLain. In 1970, Callahan graduated from Monrovia HS in Monrovia, Calif., before relocating to Sacramento in 1975. Callahan retired after working for 35 years as a dispatcher at SMUD. He lives in Elk Grove with his wife Toni. They have four children, John IV, Jeff, Blair, and Buffy. They also have two grandchildren - Ryan and Braden.

JAKE McKINLEY Director of Baseball Operations First Season • Bethany, 2005 Jake McKinley is in his first season as the Director of Baseball Operations under head coach Reggie Christiansen. He will be responsible for day-to-day baseball operations including on-campus recruiting, travel and academic monitoring. McKinley began his coaching career at his alma mater, Bethany College, before moving to Campbellsville University and most recently, West Valley College. As a player, McKinley enjoyed a standout career at Bethany and Cabrillo Junior College. While at Cabrillo, McKinley finished his lone year with all-conference honors and was named pitcher of the year. McKinley continued the trend at Bethany as he was twice named pitcher of the year, and once named most valuable player. A two-way player, McKinley is third all-time in career home runs, and still holds most of the Bethany pitching records for a career and single season, including most strikeouts in a career, averaging almost nine strikeouts per nine innings. After a successful collegiate career, McKinley signed a pro contract as a free agent and spent two seasons with the Golden Baseball League’s Chico Outlaws. As a rookie, McKinley set and still holds the league record for fewest hits per nine innings (5.4). He served as a starter, middle reliever and a closer in his two seasons. In his final year of pro ball, McKinley was a starting pitcher on an Outlaws team that went on to win the league championship. In the squad’s postseason run, McKinley did not allow a run in the playoffs.

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ZACH MORGAN Redshirt Sophomore • RHP • 6-2 • 170 • R/R Grants Pass, Ore. (Shasta CC)

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Redshirted the season. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one season at Shasta College in Redding, Calif. for head coach Brad Rupert...posted a 7-6 record with a 4.26 ERA...made 14 starts and threw six complete games...struck out 89 batters in 107.2 innings pitched...was a unanimous first team all-Golden Valley Conference selection...threw a three-hit shutout over Siskiyous on Mar. 5... struck out 10 batters over nine innings...selected in the 35th round of the MLB Draft by the Diamondbacks. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Grants Pass HS in Grants Pass, Ore...four year letterwinner in baseball, basketball and football...earned first team all-Southwest Conference honors as a senior...also named first team all-state as a utility player...threw an eight inning three-hitter with 11 strikeouts against South Eugene while also going 3-for-4 at the plate with a home run and three RBIs. PERSONAL Born May 11, 1990...parents are Stacy and Betsy Morgan...majoring in business management.

DALLAS CHADWICK Freshman • RHP • 6-2 • 210 • R/R Redding, Calif. (Shasta HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Shasta HS...was selected in the 18th round of the MLB draft by the Boston Red Sox...played four years of varsity baseball for head coach Jim Morley at Shasta HS of the Eastern Athletic League...named all-league as a pitcher in 2008 and 2009 before earning league MVP honors as a senior in 2010...broke the EAL record with 113 strikeouts in his senior season while recording a 0.51 ERA and issuing just 13 walks. PERSONAL Born June 13, 1992 to Mike and Stacy Chadwick...has three younger sisters - Sydney, Mckenna and Miley...major is undeclared.

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BRANDON CREEL Sophomore • RHP • 5-10 • 190 • R/R Sacramento, Calif. (Rosemont HS)

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AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Made 13 appearances as a freshman, including three starts...recorded a 5.86 ERA while pitching 27.2 innings... struck out 14 while walking 12 batters...allowed four doubles and seven home runs...best outing of the season was his first career start where he went eight scoreless innings against UC Santa Barbara on April 3, allowing just one hit while striking out five. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Rosemont HS in Sacramento...three-year letterwinner in baseball for coach Paul Martinez and the Wolverines...was 8-1 as a senior while posting a 0.38 ERA...earned first team all-metro honors from The Sacramento Bee...was named MVP of the Metro Conference in 2009...was also a three-year letterwinner in soccer. PERSONAL Born May 7, 1991...mother is Diana Stoliker...majoring in kinesiology. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2010 5.86 3 0 13 3 0 0 1 0 27.2 28 19 18 12 14 4 0 7 123 .267 2 4 1 1 2

SAM KUYKENDALL Freshman • RHP • 6-2 • 180 • R/R Yuba City, Calif. (Yuba City HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL Played four seasons of baseball for head coach Jim Stassi and the Honkers at Yuba City HS of the Tri-County Conference...a Louisville Slugger High School All-America honorable mention selection...named all-TCC and allSac-Joaquin Section after his senior season...the Honkers won TCC league title and CIF section championships in 2009 and 2010...once pitched a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts during his senior season. PERSONAL Born July 8, 1992 to Lon and Lori Kuykendall...major is business...brother plays golf at William Jessup...grew up in Hawaii before moving to California when he was 10.

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TY NICHOLS Freshman • RHP • 6-5 • 190 • R/R Bangor, Calif. (Gridley HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Gridley HS...played four years of baseball for head coach Dan Crabtree at Gridley HS of the Butte View League...named first team all-conference, first team all-area and first team all-section as a sophomore, junior and senior...pitched a three-hit, shutout and went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run in his first varsity game as a sophomore...named 2010 Gridley HS Scholar-Athlete of the Year...also played basketball and competed as a jumper in track...posted 39 points and 10 rebounds against Las Plumas as a senior. PERSONAL Born Sept. 22, 1992 to Kevin and Leah Nichols...major is undeclared.

TANNER MENDONCA Freshman • RHP • 6-4 • 200 • R/R Visalia, Calif. (Mt. Whitney HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Mt. Whitney HS...played four seasons of baseball for head coaches Dave Holt and Ryan Miller at Mt. Whitney HS of the West Yosemite League...named first-team All-WYL as a pitcher in 2010...once struck out 14 batters in five consecutive innings...posted a .372 batting average at the plate while recording a 2.37 ERA with 87 strikeouts in 62 innings pitched...also played football in high school...named WYL offensive player of the year on the gridiron in 2009...set high school records with 5,850 career passing yards and 55 career touchdown passes. PERSONAL Born on June 18, 1992 to Chris and Lori Mendonca...father played quarterback at Utah...major is undeclared.

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ANDREW GALVAN Senior • RHP • 6-1 • 165 • R/R Sacramento, Calif. (Sacramento City CC)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Made 19 appearances, including one start...posted a 4.98 ERA in 34.1 innings pitched...allowed 32 hits while striking out 22 and issuing 16 walks...allowed four doubles and three home runs...best outing was three no-hit innings against New Mexico State on April 25 when he struck out two...also pitched four innings of one-run ball against rival UC Davis on March 7, striking out three. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at Sacramento City College for coach Andy McKay...made 19 appearances out of the Panther bullpen as a sophomore...posted a 3-2 record with a 4.41 ERA and three saves...struck out 33 batters in 32.2 innings pitched...led the Panthers as a freshman with a 5-1 record and a 2.02 ERA...made a team-high 20 appearances out of the bullpen...allowed just 25 hits in 35.2 innings pitched...opponents hit just .203 against him. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Franklin HS in Elk Grove, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Cody...was 4-3 with two saves and a 1.15 ERA as a senior...earned first team all-Delta Valley League honors...led team to first DVL title with three-hitter against rival Elk Grove. PERSONAL Born Feb. 14, 1989...parents are Robert Galvan and Kelly Piedmont...majoring in computer programming. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2010 4.98 1 4 19 1 0 0 1 6 34.1 32 19 19 16 22 4 0 3 154 .246 1 2 3 3 2

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JASON HAMPTON Sophomore • RHP • 6-5 • 210 • R/R Rocklin, Calif. (Rocklin HS)

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AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Made 12 appearances, including two starts...struck out 14 while also walking 14 batters...pitched 19.2 innings with a 9.15 ERA...allowed six doubles and four home runs...best outing was two innings against Cal on May 4 where he gave up just one hit while striking out two. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Rocklin HS in Rocklin, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for coach Roc Murray and the Thunder...earned first team all-metro honors from The Sacramento Bee as a senior after hitting .373 with four home runs and 41 RBIs and collecting six wins and four saves on the mound...led his team to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II title while earning first team all-Sierra Foothill League honors...was a 47th round draft pick of the Cincinnati Reds in 2009. PERSONAL Born Dec. 19, 1990...parents are Jay and Teri Hampton...owns a black belt in tai kwon do...majoring in communication studies. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2010 9.15 0 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 19.2 36 27 20 14 14 6 0 4 109 .400 6 3 1 1 0

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LOGAN TODD Senior • LHP • 6-3 • 210 • L/L Merced, Calif. (Merced CC)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Made 20 appearances, including four starts, with a 2-5 record...pitched 50.2 total innings with a 5.68 ERA... struck out 21 batters while walking 14...in his final start of the season on May 21, scattered eight hits over eight innings against Fresno State, allowing just two runs while striking out four with three walks. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one year of baseball at Merced JC for coach Chris Predretti...spent one season as a quarterback at Texas Tech under coach Mike Leach prior to joining the Blue Devils...earned first team all-Central Valley Conference honors as a sophomore after posting a 9-3 record with a 4.88 ERA...made 16 appearances, including 13 starts...struck out 60 batters while walking just 20 in 79.1 innings pitched...threw one complete game and added one save. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Merced HS in Merced, Calif...four year letterwinner in baseball, basketball and football...won 19 consecutive decisions spanning from his sophomore to senior seasons...was named Central California Conference MVP as a junior, and was a first team selection as a sophomore and a senior...also played first base and led the team in home runs and RBI...earned second team all-state honors in football as a senior after throwing for 2,529 yards and 32 touchdowns...set a section championship game record throwing for 458 yards and 4 TD’s... named to The Modesto Bee’s all-decade team for football. PERSONAL Born Oct. 10, 1988...parents are James and Erica Todd...majoring in history...would like to become a high school history teacher and baseball coach following his playing career. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2010 5.68 2 5 20 4 0 0 0 0 50.2 65 39 32 14 21 11 2 8 236 .316 4 7 5 4 4

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STEVEN AMARAL Junior • RHP • 6-2 • 180 • R/R San Jose, Calif. (San Jose CC)

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PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at San Jose City College as a pitcher...went 1-0 with a 2.35 ERA and a team-high four saves out of the bullpen as a freshman in 2009...posted a 2.70 ERA in his sophomore season. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Leigh HS...played four seasons of baseball at Leigh HS...named first team all-Bay Valley Athletic League after his junior and senior seasons...saw time at outfielder, designated hitter and pitcher. PERSONAL Born Nov. 6, 1990 to Steve and Laura Amaral...major is communication studies.

HUNTER GREENWOOD Freshman • RHP • 6-4 • 205 • R/R Sacramento, Calif. (Franklin HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Franklin HS...drafted in the 48th round of the Major League Baseball draft by the Colorado Rockies...played both third base and pitcher for head coach Mike Cody at Franklin HS...named first-team allDelta Valley League in 2008 and 2010...threw a no-hitter vs. Davis HS in 2010...hit .360 with four home runs, three triples and seven doubles in his senior season...named all-city and all-metro following his senior season. PERSONAL Born March 9, 1992 to Derrick and Kathy Greenwood...major is undeclared.

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JAMES CHAMBERLIN Senior • RHP • 5-10 • 205 • R/R San Leandro, Calif. (San Mateo CC)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Posted a 3-2 record with a 5.04 ERA in 30.1 innings pitched while appearing in 19 games out of the bullpen... recorded 21 strikeouts while allowing 11 walks...surrendered 45 hits, including 15 doubles and two home runs. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played for two years at College of San Mateo in San Mateo, Calif., for coach Doug Williams...posted a 3-1 mark as a sophomore with a 2.19 ERA in 17 appearances, included three starts...struck out 37 batters in 37 innings pitched while recording one complete game and one save...earned second team all-Coast Golden Gate Conference honors...collected a 2.91 ERA as a freshman in 13 appearances out of the bullpen for the Bulldogs...allowed just two extra base hits in 21.2 innings. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of San Leandro HS in San Leandro, Calif...posted a 6-3 record as a senior with a 2.08 ERA...earned first team all-Hayward Area Athletic League honors as a senior...was also a standout in football for the Pirates, earning second team all-league honors in 2007. PERSONAL Born May 26, 1989...parents are Jim and Donna Chamberlin...sister, Jen, is the North Carolina State softball team’s all-time leader in home runs (49) and competed in the National Pro Fastpitch league. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2010 5.04 3 2 19 0 0 0 0 0 30.1 45 20 17 11 21 15 0 2 145 .366 1 4 4 3 1

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KARL MAAS Senior • RHP • 6-4 • 210 • R/R Tracy, Calif. (Modesto CC/Hawai’i-Hilo)

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PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played at Hawai’i-Hilo in 2007 before enrolling at Modesto CC in 2008...threw a two-hit complete game shutout in 2009 with Modesto against Diablo Valley CC...recorded two saves as a freshman at Hawai’i-Hilo. HIGH SCHOOL Played for head coach Jim Rice and the Wolfpack at Merrill F. West HS...graduated in 2006...named all-conference, all-area and team captain in 2005 and 2006...threw a perfect game as a high school sophomore...named Merrill F. West High School Athlete of the Year in 2006...also competed in football and wrestling...recorded 85 tackles, five sacks and three forced fumbles on the gridiron his senior season. PERSONAL Born on Dec. 26, 1987...parents Russ and Michelle Sterritt...major is organizational communications...goal is to become a counselor at a high school.

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BRANDON SANDOVAL Senior • RHP • 6-0 • 215 • R/R Tulare, Calif. (Tulare Western HS)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Made eight starts, posting a 2-5 record and a 6.91 ERA...struck out 26 batters while walking 17...allowed 60 hits in 43 innings pitched...best start of the season was against New Mexico State on April 25 when he pitched five scoreless innings, allowing just three hits with two strikeouts...pitched five innings of one-run ball against UNLV in his first start of the season, scattering three hits while striking out three. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Went 5-4 as a sophomore with a 5.49 ERA...made 14 appearances with all but one coming in a starting role... finished second on the team in innings pitched with 77...also finished second on the team in strikeouts with 56...combined with Brian Filice to shut out on Cornell on March 20...scattered five hits over 7.1 innings, striking out five without surrendering a walk...struck out a career-high eight batters in seven innings against Menlo on March 29...posted a three-game stretch during the season where he allowed just one run and 11 hits over 17.1 innings pitched while striking out 13. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Made 16 appearances and three starts during his freshman campaign...posted an 0-2 record with two saves and a 9.23 ERA...one of five pitchers to combine for a shutout against eventual College World Series champion Fresno State on May 16...posted the save in that game, pitching the final two innings striking out three batters without surrendering a hit...posted first career save against Hawai’i on March 29... made two weekend and one Tuesday start...threw 26.1 innings, striking out 12 batters while walking 14. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Tulare Western HS in Tulare, Calif...led team to East Yosemite League title during his senior year...posted a perfect 13-0 record in 2007 with a 1.00 ERA...recorded 102 strikeouts to just 28 walks in 84 innings pitched...had 10 complete games and three shutouts...was named MVP of the EYL his senior year, as well as Tulare County MVP...was a first team all-CIF Central Section selection...earned first team all-EYL honors during his junior season...also earned second team all-Tulare County honors...was the winning pitcher in 2005 of the Valley Championship game, sharing the field with former Hornet teammate Gabe Jacobo...also played football and basketball for the Mustangs... was the football team’s center from 2004-06, snapping the ball to Jacobo, the team’s quarterback, during his sophomore campaign. PERSONAL Born April 26, 1989...parents are John and Zoe Costa...major is communication studies...changed his number from 44 to 55 after his junior season. CAREER STATS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO 2008 9.23 0 2 16 3 0 0 1 2009 5.49 5 4 14 13 0 0 1 2010 6.91 2 5 8 8 2 0 0 TOTAL 6.58 7 11 38 24 2 0 2

SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2 26.1 41 30 27 14 12 6 0 2 132 .380 7 8 0 2 2 0 77.0 87 52 47 36 56 14 1 5 358 .286 14 10 2 6 1 0 43.0 60 45 33 17 26 13 1 4 211 .326 4 3 1 5 0 2 146.1 188 127 107 67 94 33 2 11 701 .315 25 21 3 13 3

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A.J. NUNEZ Senior • OF • 6-0 • 190 • R/R Auburn, Calif. (Consumnes River CC)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Appeared in 30 games, making 14 starts, primarily in the outfield...hit .179 with eight runs and eight RBIs...had 10 hits in 56 at-bats...hit one home run and three doubles...season-high two RBIs in three games...season-best two hits against UC Davis and Hawaii. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at Cosumnes River CC for coach Tony Bloomfield...hit .280 as a sophomore with five home runs and 35 RBIs...earned second team all-Big 8 honors in 2007 after hitting .316 with four homers and 31 RBI... was 6-of-7 in stolen base attempts in two seasons. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Bear River HS in Grass Valley, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Viola...was named Pioneer Valley League MVP in 2007 after hitting .471 with seven home runs and 47 RBIs...earned all-state as well as The Sacramento Bee all-metro honors in 2007. PERSONAL Born Sept. 14, 1989...parents are Anthony and Jean Nunez...majoring in criminal justice. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .179 30 14 56 8 10 3 0 1 8 16 .286 4 6 19 2 .299 1 2 0 0 31 0 3 .912

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CARTER LOUD Freshman • OF • 5-7 • 165 • R/R Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Amador Valley HS...played four seasons of baseball for head coach Lou Cesario at Amador Valley HS of the East Bay Athletic League...named team MVP in 2008...went 3-for-4 with two doubles and a home run in his first game at AVHS...also played club baseball with the Danville Hoots, which sent five players, including Loud, to Div. I programs. PERSONAL Born Sept. 2, 1991 to Brian and Christine Loud...major is communications with a specialty in public relations.

DAVID DEL GRANDE Redshirt Freshman • INF • 5-10 • 165 • R/R Eureka, Calif. (St. Bernard’s HS)

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AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Redshirted the season. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of St. Bernard’s HS in Eureka, Calif...was a four year letterwinner for his father Dale Del Grande and the Crusaders...co-MVP of the Humboldt Del Norte League as a senior...led his team to three straight CIF North Coast Section titles...reached base all five times in the section title game against Tomales High as a senior...was also a standout on the hardwood, leading the Crusaders to the section title as a senior. PERSONAL Born Jan. 23, 1991...parents are Dale and Shanna Del Grande...high school teammate of current Hornet Andrew Ayers...was valedictorian of his high school class...major is undeclared.

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WILL SOTO Freshman • INF/OF • 5-8 • 180 • L/R Elk Grove, Calif. (Elk Grove HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Elk Grove HS...played four seasons of baseball for head coach Jeff Carlson and the Thundering Herd at Elk Grove HS of the Delta Valley League...named first-team all-metro, all-city and all-Delta Valley League after his senior season in 2010...invited to the North/South All Star Games, which features the top-30 high school players in the state in 2009...broke the Elk Grove HS varsity records with 58 hits and 51 runs in a single season...also played club baseball for head coach Dan Sozzi and the El Dorado Hills Vipers...won the 2008 U16 USA Baseball Championships. PERSONAL Born on Jan. 17, 1992 to Dave and Mary Soto...major is communication studies...would like to work in sports broadcasting.

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DERRICK CHUNG Redshirt Junior • C/INF • 5-10 • 170 • R/R Cypress, Calif. (Artesia HS)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Played in 16 games before suffering an injury...received a medical hardship for the season. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Made 51 starts at shortstop, missing three games during the season due to an ankle injury...hit .291 with four homers and 33 RBIs...posted a .378 on base percentage...successfully stole seven bases in seven chances...posted 14 multi-hit games and nine multiple RBI games...posted two home runs and 11 RBIs during conference play... registered a .944 fielding percentage for the season in 268 chances. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Appeared in 17 contests during his freshman campaign, including six starts at shortstop...hit .276 with a double and two RBIs...collected four sacrifices on the season...appeared in five contests as a reliever late in the season...allowed 10 hits and six runs in 8.1 innings of work...struck out five while walking just one batter. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Artesia High School in Lakewood, Calif...was MVP of the Suburban League in 2007...played shortstop and pitched for the Pioneers and coach Michael Gaoghagan...was named second team all-Suburban League in 2005...earned team MVP honors in 2005 and 2007...was recipient of the President’s Award of Educational Excellence and the United States Army Reserve National Scholar/Athlete Award. PERSONAL Born Feb. 23, 1988...parents are Byung Soo and Hyo Kyung Chung...major is business administration...following his playing days, would like to run his own company...interested in the stock market, investment banking and international business. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2008 .276 17 6 29 3 8 1 0 0 2 9 .310 3 1 4 0 .364 0 4 0 0 20 29 5 .907 2009 .291 51 51 196 45 57 12 2 4 33 85 .434 22 6 39 7 .378 1 1 7 7 82 171 15 .944 2010 .254 16 16 63 14 16 4 1 2 9 28 .444 8 3 19 1 .365 0 0 1 1 21 51 6 .923 TOTAL .281 84 73 288 62 81 17 3 6 44 122 .424 33 10 62 8 .373 1 5 8 8 123 251 26 .935

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BLAKE MILLER Sophomore • INF • 6-3 • 190 • R/R Salem, Ore. (South Salem HS)

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AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Appeared in 50 games, making 48 starts while primarily playing second base...hit .293 with 54 hits in 184 atbats...drove in 21 RBIs while scoring 28 runs...hit two home runs and eight doubles...struck out 34 times and took nine walks...had a hit in 16 of the last 19 games and also had an 11-game hitting streak from March 31 to April 18. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of South Salem HS in Salem, Ore...four-year letterwinner for coach Josh Kerr...earned first team all-state honors as a senior after hitting .462 with 17 extra base hits...was named the Central Valley Conference MVP and the Statesman Journal Player of the Year...hit .404 as a junior with 14 doubles and 27 RBI... earned first team all-league and third team all-state honors...also a three-year standout in football and basketball for the Saxons...earned first team all-league honors in football as a wide receiver in 2008. PERSONAL Born Apr. 25, 1990...parents are Dan and Annamarie Miller...competed in the 2002 Little League Western Regional...majoring in business administration. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .293 50 48 184 28 54 8 0 2 21 68 .370 9 7 34 3 .348 1 5 2 4 80 129 11 .950

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JUSTIN LAMB Junior • C • 5-11 • 200 • R/R Yuba City, Calif. (Yuba City HS)

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Appeared in 49 games, with 48 starts, primarily at catcher...hit .199 with 24 runs and 20 RBIs...had 35 hits in 176 at-bats...struck out 42 times while taking 16 walks...hit eight home runs, the second most on the team, along with eight doubles...had a season-high three RBIs in two games, both at Louisiana Tech during a four-game stand...opened the season with hits in eight of the first nine games. AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Made 51 appearances, including 49 starts in his freshman campaign...hit .271 with 11 home runs and 38 RBIs... his home run total was the most by any Hornet freshman during the Division I era...posted a pair of two home run games...the first came against Menlo College on March 28 in game two of a doubleheader, connecting on a two-run homer and a three-run blast...second came in conference play against Nevada on May 8, as he hit a two-run homer followed by a solo shot...hit .311 during conference play. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Yuba City HS in Yuba City, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for the Honkers as a third baseman and catcher...hit .430 with 24 RBIs as a senior, leading his squad to a 28-3 mark and Tri-County Conference and Sac-Joaquin Section titles...was named honorable mention all-metro by the Sacramento Bee and first team all-area by the Appeal-Democrat...went 4-for-4 and was named MVP of the 2008 Optimist All-Star game...hit .315 as a junior, leading the Honkers to a 30-1 mark, along with TCC and section titles. PERSONAL Born Aug. 6, 1990...parents are David and Londa Lamb...majoring in biology. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2009 .271 51 49 181 24 49 9 0 11 38 91 .503 12 5 47 5 .332 1 3 0 2 110 11 3 .976 2010 .199 49 48 176 24 35 8 0 8 20 67 .381 16 3 42 6 .277 0 2 0 0 218 36 3 .988 TOTAL .235 100 97 357 48 84 17 0 19 58 158 .443 28 8 89 11 .305 1 5 0 2 328 47 6 .984

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ELI DAVIS Junior • OF • 6-1 • 185 • R/R Turlock, Calif. (Modesto CC)

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PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons of baseball at Modesto CC for head coach Chris Rodriguez...played center field for the Pirates...A Big 8 Conference honorable mention selected in 2009 and a Big 8 second-team choice in 2010... posted a .345 batting average with 26 RBIs, 28 runs and 12 stolen bases in his freshman season...went 5-for-6 with a double, home run, three RBIs and three runs in a game against Fresno City College. HIGH SCHOOL Played four years of varsity baseball at Turlock Christian HS for head coaches Mike Stucker and Brandon Hall... two-time conference MVP (Mountain Valley League in 2006 and Southern Athletic League in 2007)...named alldistrict by The Modesto Bee all four years of high school...named Turlock Christian Student-Athlete of the Year in 2006, 2007 and 2008...also played football, soccer and basketball. PERSONAL Born June 16, 1990 to Eric and Dawn Davis.

DEREK GOODWIN Freshman • C • 5-11 • 220 • R/R Diamond Bar, Calif. (Diamond Ranch HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL Drafted in the 46th round by the Milwaukee Brewers...played four seasons of baseball for head coach Joe Verplankee and the Panthers at Diamond Ranch HS of the Miramonte League...named first-team all-league and team MVP after his senior season in 2010...earned the team’s Cy Young award for top pitcher after his junior campaign...hit .410 with 25 RBIs, three home runs and 14 runs scored in his final season at DRHS...played in a game at Dodger Stadium against Northview HS. PERSONAL Born Jan. 7, 1992 to Wayne and Tammy Goodwin...major is communication studies.

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BRENT HOTTMAN Redshirt Junior • C • 6-0 • 195 • R/R El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Oak Ridge HS)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Redshirted during the season...started all 11 games before going down with an injury. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Started 45 games and appeared in two others...hit .286 with four home runs and 17 RBIs...posted 10 doubles and was second on the team with six sacrifice bunts...had strongest game at the plate in his final game on May 16 against Fresno State, going 3-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored...posted 11 multiple-hit games...connected on three solo home runs and connected on a two-run shot on April 17 at Hawai’i. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Made 20 appearances, including 13 starts behind the plate during his freshman campaign...hit .286 with one HR and 12 RBIs...hit .353 during WAC play...collected arguably the Hornets biggest hit of the season, a walk-off grand slam on May 16 that defeated the eventual College World Series champion Fresno State Bulldogs 9-8. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Oak Ridge HS in El Dorado Hills, Calif...led the Trojans to the Sierra Valley League title in 2007...hit .351 with a teamleading three home runs...two of those home runs came in the same game, a grand slam and a three-run homer...had an SVL-leading 26 RBIs...was a first-team all-SVL selection, and an honorable mention all-Sac-Joaquin Section honoree...hit .293 with 18 RBIs in 2006...also led Oak Ridge to the SVL crown. PERSONAL Born Nov. 11, 1988...parents are Brad Hottman and Kendra Nicholas...major is communication studies...would like to become a firefighter after college. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2008 .286 20 13 42 7 12 2 0 1 12 17 .405 7 1 8 1 .400 0 3 2 2 62 7 3 .958 2009 .286 47 45 147 36 42 10 0 4 17 64 .435 14 14 30 0 .400 0 6 1 1 205 32 3 .988 2010 .333 11 11 36 8 12 1 0 0 4 13 .361 6 2 9 1 .455 0 1 0 1 29 3 1 .970 TOTAL .293 78 69 225 51 66 13 0 5 33 94 .418 27 17 47 2 .409 0 10 3 4 296 42 7 .980

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ANDREW AYERS Sophomore • INF • 5-11 • 200 • R/R Eureka, Calif. (St. Bernard’s HS)

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AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Played in 45 games while making 38 starts, primarily at second base and third base...hit .274 with 26 runs and 24 RBIs...had 40 hits in 146 at-bats...knocked out one home run, one triple and eight doubles...struck out 29 times while taking 13 walks...had at least one RBI and 11 total in a six-game stretch against San Francisco State, San Francisco, Pacific and three games of a four-game stand against Hawai’i (April 6-17)...lone home run and triple on the season came in that span...season-best four RBIs against Hawai’i on April 16...season-high three hits in four games. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of St. Bernard’s HS in Eureka, Calif...was a four year letterwinner for coach Dale Del Grande and the Crusaders...co-MVP of the Humboldt Del Norte League as a senior and MVP as a junior...led his team to three straight CIF North Coast Section titles...pitched a complete game three-hitter in the section title game over Tomales High in 2009...earned all-HDNL honors all four years...also a four-year letterwinner in basketball and a three year letterwinner in football. PERSONAL Born April 20, 1991...parents are Phil and Jani Ayers...high school teammate of current Hornet David Del Grande...majoring in mathematics. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .274 45 38 146 26 40 8 1 1 24 53 .363 13 7 29 4 .359 1 1 5 7 48 61 6 .948

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JAKE CHILTON Senior • OF • 5-7 • 170 • L/R Poway, Calif. (Yavapai CC)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Appeared in 49 games, making 43 starts, primarily in the outfield...hit .266 with 22 runs and 24 RBIs...had 47 hits in 177 at-bats...struck out 27 times while taking 22 walks...stole five bases in five attempts...hit three home runs, one triple and five doubles...had season-high three RBIs against Cal State Northridge on March 26, Albany on March 31 and Hawaii on April 18...had a season-best four hits against UNLV in the third game of the season on Feb. 21...opened the season with hits in 10 of the first 11 games. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Yavapai JC in Prescott, Ariz. for coach Sky Smeltzer...hit .405 with 19 RBIs as a sophomore for the Roughriders...as a freshman, he hit .246 in 36 games with nine RBIs...connected for two triples in a single game against Chandler-Gilbert in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Poway HS in Poway, Calif...two-year letterwinner for coach Bob Parry...hit .330 as a senior for the Titans, who finished the year ranked ninth in the country. PERSONAL Born Nov. 11, 1988...parents are Jim and Pam Chilton...majoring in communication studies. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .266 49 43 177 22 47 5 1 3 24 63 .356 22 0 27 8 .345 1 2 5 5 84 7 2 .978

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HUNTER ADRIAN Junior • 1B/OF • 6-0 • 195 • L/L Modesto, Calif. (Merced CC)

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PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons for head coach Chris Pedretti and the Blue Devils at Merced CC...named second-team allCentral Valley Conference in 2009 as a first baseman and first team all-CVC as an outfielder in 2010...Blue Devils won 2009 CVC title after posting a 36-10 record, 21-3 in league play...went 4-for-4 with two doubles, two runs and 3 RBIs versus Shasta CC in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Central Catholic HS in Modesto, Calif....played for head coach Mike Glines...named honorable mention all-district in 2008 by The Modesto Bee...led the Raiders to their ninth straight Sac-Joaquin Section championship (Div. 5) when he earned the victory in an 8-1 win over Hughson. PERSONAL Born May 11, 1990 to Tom and Becky Adrian...major is physics with an engineering minor...dedicated his baseball career to former Modesto CC baseball coach Glen Nobbe.

DAX TURNER Freshman • C/OF • 5-11 • 175 • L/R Visalia, Calif. (Golden West HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL Played four seasons at Golden West HS for head coach Bob Yerissimo in the West Yosemite League...saw time at both catcher and outfielder before graduating in 2010...was named second-team All-America, first team all-California and first team all-Valley after his senior season...won the WVL league title as a senior...set the school home run record with nine bombs his senior season...also hit 18 doubles and drew 27 walks. PERSONAL Born Dec. 6, 1991...parents are Jeff and Tandi Turner...major is communication studies...goal is to become a firefighter and coach.

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BRIAN HAGGETT Junior • INF • 6-2 • 215 • L/R Hollister, Calif. (West Valley CC)

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PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played first base for head coach Josh Brent at West Valley CC in 2009 and 2010...two-time all-Coast Golden Gate Conference...student-athlete academic award for spring semester in 2009...won the GGC title in 2009...hit .401 with 26 RBIs and two home runs in his sophomore season...had nine three-hit games in 2010 and tallied 61 total hits, placing him in the top-20 of the state CC ranks. HIGH SCHOOL Played both baseball and basketball at San Benito HS in Hollister, Calif., for head coaches Mike Luna and John Becerra, respectively, before graduating in 2008...three-time Tri-County Athletic all-league selection from 2006-08...named all-Central Coast Section in 2008...won TCAL championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008, playing both first base and second base...hit a walk-off double against Bellermine in the 2007 CCS quarterfinals before San Benito fell in the title game. PERSONAL Born Oct. 3, 1989 to Richard and Susan Haggett...major is criminal justice.

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TREVOR PAINE Senior • INF • 6-1 • 220 • R/R Rocklin, Calif. (Jesuit HS)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Appeared in 50 games, while making 45 starts at first base and designated hitter...hit a team-best .381...teamhigh 10 home runs, 107 total bases and 44 RBIs...had 67 hits in 176 at-bats...tallied 30 runs...struck out just 13 times while taking 20 walks...was the No. 64 most difficult player to strike out in the nation, striking out once every 13.5 at-bats...season-high four RBIs in three games against San Jose State, Louisiana Tech and Fresno State, all conference contests...hit two home runs in games against Cal State Northridge and Fresno State...made the move from pitcher to infielder prior to the start of the season. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Appeared in eight games after missing the majority of the season due to offseason elbow problems...posted an 0-1 record with an 18.00 ERA. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) One of three Hornets to appear in 21 contests out of the bullpen...posted a team-best 4.50 ERA, allowing 11 earned runs in 22 innings pitched...struck out 11 batters while walking 10...posted a 3-1 record as a freshman, providing scoreless innings in 15-of-21 outings...specialized in situations with runners on base, Paine pitched out of many jams...recorded first career victory on March 11 vs. Pacific, allowing no runs on one hit in 2.2 innings pitched. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Jesuit HS in Carmichael, Calif...MVP of the Delta River League his senior season after leading the Marauders to a 20-11 record, including 10-5 in league...also named Optimist All Star and first team all-Metro by the Sacramento Bee...on the hill, he was 3-2 with a 1.06 ERA...allowed just five earned runs during the season...at the plate, he batted .430 with three home runs and 18 RBIs...boasted an on-base percentage of .531...threw a seven inning perfect game against Marin Catholic, needing just 74 pitches, 50 of which were strikes... led team to a share of the DRL title in 2006...was named second team all-league...posted a perfect 3-0 record with a 0.70 ERA, striking out 18 batters in 20 innings pitched while allowing just two earned runs...hit .394 with 24 RBIs. PERSONAL Born March 8, 1989...parents are Jim and Lynette Paine...major is communication studies. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2008 .000 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 .800 2009 .000 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 2010 .381 50 45 176 30 67 10 0 10 44 107 .608 20 4 13 4 .453 1 0 0 1 106 3 0 1.000 TOTAL .381 79 45 176 30 67 10 0 10 44 107 .608 20 4 13 4 .453 1 0 0 1 108 5 3 .974

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KIRBY YOUNG Senior • INF • 6-2 • 195 • L/R Kirkland, Wash. (Edmonds CC)

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AS A JUNIOR (2010) Made 52 starts while appearing in 53 games, playing primarily at third base and shortstop...hit .261 in 203 at-bats...scored 30 runs, tallied 53 hits and posted 47 RBIs...stole seven bases and recorded four sacrifices...hit a home run in three straight games against Arizona, Saint Mary’s and Cal State Northridge (March 21-26)...had a season-high five RBIs in two games, against both Cal State Northridge and San Francisco State. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent two seasons at Edmonds JC in Lynnwood, Wash. under coach Brad Ditter...hit .340 as a sophomore with one home run and 26 RBIs...earned second team all-Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges honors as a freshman in 2008 after posting a .351 average...led team to the NWAACC title and a 38-9 record during his first season with the Tritons. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Lake Washington HS in Kirkland, Wash...was a three-year letterwinner for the Kangaroos and coach Derek Bingham... was second team all-KingCo as a senior after hitting .390 with four home runs and 25 RBIs...also earned all-league honors in football and basketball. PERSONAL Born July 4, 1988...parents are Dan and Linda Young...was named after baseball hall of famer Kirby Puckett by his parents...majoring in communication studies. CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .261 53 52 203 30 53 10 3 6 47 87 .429 23 5 43 6 .348 2 4 7 9 58 141 14 .934

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JUSTIN HIGLEY Freshman • OF • 6-4 • 200 • L/R Sacramento, Calif. (Jesuit HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL Played four years of baseball for head coach Joe Potulny and the Marauders at Jesuit HS of the Delta River League...all-Metro first team in 2010...all-Delta River League in 2010...team took Delta River League championship in 2009 and 2010...Jesuit won the Sac-Joaquin Section championship in 2009...hit .365 with 37 RBIs, 33 runs and six home runs in his senior season...named Jesuit’s 2010 Outstanding Scholar-Athlete. PERSONAL Born Dec. 25, 1992 to Dan and Tracy Higley...cousin, J.R., is an outfielder in the Washington Nationals organization...major is undeclared...would like to become a police officer.

SHEA LUKES Freshman • INF • 6-4 • 170 • R/R Antelope, Calif. (Center HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL Played baseball for head coach Jeff Wise at Center HS of the Capital Valley League...hit .476 with 34 runs and 15 RBIs as a senior in 2009...named all-Capital Valley after senior season...posted a .458 batting average with 28 runs and seven RBIs as a junior. PERSONAL Born Dec. 20, 1990 to Travis and Rebecca Lukes in Antelope, Calif...after graduating from high school in 2009, he did not play baseball in 2010.

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2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS AIR FORCE 0-0 Albany 1-0 Arizona 5-12 Brigham Young 1-0 Cal Poly 12-32 Cal Poly Pomona 1-0 Cal State Fullerton 6-16 Cal State Hayward 9-1 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE 17-38 Cal State Stanislaus 7-0 California 9-20 Centenary 6-0 Chapman 0-1 Chicago State 1-0 Chico State 10-7 Columbus College 1-1 Cornell 4-0 Dartmouth 2-2 Davidson 2-0 Eastern Michigan 2-0

Florida A&M 1-0 FRESNO STATE 14-46 Gonzaga 1-3 Grand Canyon 7-2 HAWAI’I 24-50 Hawai’i Hilo 14-5 Kansas 0-3 Kansas State 0-1 Long Beach State 5-27 Louisiana Lafayette 0-1 LOUISIANA TECH 9-12 Loyola Marymount 1-4 Menlo 4-0 Mercer 2-0 MINNESOTA 2-0 NEVADA 19-46 NEW MEXICO STATE 24-22 North Dakota State 4-0-1 Northern Colorado 6-3 Oregon 1-1

Oregon State 8-13 Oregon Tech 2-0 PACIFIC 36-27 Pepperdine 2-1 Portland 4-1 Portland State 0-1 Rhode Island 1-0 SAINT MARY’S 32-33-1 Samford 4-1 San Diego 4-4 San Diego State 13-19 SAN FRANCISCO 23-27 San Francisco State 8-2 SAN JOSE STATE 18-33 Santa Clara 16-27 SEATTLE 0-0 Sonoma State 2-1 South Dakota State 1-2 South Florida 1-0 Southern Utah 13-0

Stanford 13-19 Stony Brook 1-1 UCLA 1-3 UC DAVIS 29-30 UC IRVINE 6-10 UC RIVERSIDE 2-14 UC San Diego 2-1 UC SANTA BARBARA 21-24 UNLV 2-1 US International 0-2 Utah 2-2 UTAH VALLEY 9-4 Valparaiso 1-0 Washington State 12-10 Wichita State 0-2 Wyoming 1-0

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS HITTING RECORDS AT-BATS Game 1. Taylor Watanabee, 4/22/07 Brian Conradi, 3/1/05 Chris Kinsey, 4/17/03 Bret LeVier, 2/9/02 Aurelio Jackson, 5/16/98 Aurelio Jackson, 4/25/98 Brandon Marshall, 1/30/98 Shawn McGuire, 3/8/97 Mike Pruett, 4/6/97 Jason Bolton, 4/6/97

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Season 1. Kevin Ohama, 1986 2. Brandon Marshall, 1998 3. Jack Arroyo, 2004 4. Rafael Maldonado, 1991 5. Jesse Krebs, 2000 6. Jason Bolton, 1998 7. Jim Strombach, 2005 8. Ryan Blair, 2008 9. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 Mike Carpentier, 1994

254 249 248 247 243 236 234 230 227 227

Career 1. David Flores, 2005-08 2. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 3. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 4. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 6. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 7. Bret LeVier, 2002-04 8. Jason Quintel, 1994-97 9. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 10. Brian Blauser, 2003-06

719 713 651 631 618 606 600 585 525 521

HITS Game 1. Brandon Marshall, 4/29/98 2. David Flores, 4/7/06 Craig Johnson, 3/26/04 Jesse Schmidt, 4/18/03 Everet Rincon, 3/16/02 Aurelio Jackson, 1/27/01 Aurelio Jackson, 5/5/01 Mike Butler, 4/25/00 Jesse Krebs, 3/14/00 Jesse Krebs, 2/9/00 Jesse Krebs, 5/2/99 Aurelio Jackson, 5/2/99 Bill Hoover, 4/25/98 Brandon Marshall, 4/12/98 Ray Brown, 4/23/94 Ray Brown, 4/18/83

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6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Season 1. Kevin Kobza, 1985 2. Brandon Marshall, 1998 3. Hunter Martinez, 2009 Mikela Olsen, 2003 5. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 Lashelle Tarver, 1980 7. Blake Crosby, 2009 Jason Bolton, 1998 Mark Gieseke, 1988 10. David Flores, 2008

101 99 88 88 86 86 83 83 83 82

Career 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 2. David Flores, 2005-08 3. Tim Wheeleer, 2007-09 4. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 5. Jim Strombach, 2003-06

229 226 211 182 173

6. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 7. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 8. Jason Quintel, 1994-97 9. Blake Crosby, 2007-09 10. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97

170 168 166 164 157

BATTING AVERAGE Season Minimum 140 at bats 1. Kevin Kobza, 1985 2. Mark Gieseke, 1988 3. Deron Curran, 1985 4. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 5. Kevin Creamer, 1987 6. Mikela Olsen, 2003 7. Dan Ferreira, 1990 8. Brandon Marshall, 1998 9. Blake Crosby, 2009 10. Jesse Schmidt, 2003 Career Minimum 250 at bats 1. Kevin Kobza, 1984-85 2. Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 3. Ray Brown, 1993-94 4. Deron Curran, 1985-86 5. Dan Ferreira, 1990-91 6. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 7. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 8. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 9. Brian Hewitt, 1988-89 10. Derek Brown, 1994-95 Bobby Haase, 1983-85 Kevin Creamer, 1987-88 13. Josh Payne, 1997-98 14. Casey Simpson, 1991-92 15. Davell Rainey, 1982-83 16. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 17. Hunter Martinez, 2008-09 18. Carlos Morales, 2000-01 19. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 20. Bob Gonzales, 1984-85

.465 .449 .442 .430 .407 .404 .400 .398 .397 .389

.421 .408 .380 .379 .373 .364 .363 .362 .352 .348 .348 .348 .347 .343 .342 .341 .340 .337 .334 .332

RUNS BATTED IN Game 1. Josh Payne, 3/8/97 2. Tim Wheeler, 3/8/09 Chris Kinsey, 3/16/02 4. Dan Elorduy, 4/25/98 Dan Elorduy, 3/15/98 Harvey Hargrove, 5/4/97 7. Josh Powers, 2/20/10 Tim Wheeler, 4/11/09 Gabe Jacobo, 4/3/08 Gabe Jacobo, 5/10/08 Gabe Jacobo, 5/1/07 Chris Kinsey, 3/17/03 Mikela Olsen, 3/15/03

9 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Season 1. Tim Wheeler, 2009 2. Jason Bolton, 1998 3. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 Mikela Olsen, 2003 5. Deron Curran, 1986 6. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 Kevin Kobza, 1985 8. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 9. Chris Kinsey, 2002 10. Steve Thobe, 1994

72 68 66 66 65 64 64 62 60 58

Career 1. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 2. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93

142 135

3. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 4. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 5. David Flores, 2005-08 6. Derek Brown, 1994-95 7. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 8. Bret LeVier, 2002-04 9. Deron Curran, 1985-86 10. Jason Bolton, 1997-98

128 113 108 104 102 100 98 95

RUNS Game 1. Shawn McGuire, 3/8/97 2. Kirby Young, 3/31/10 Brandon Marshall, Twice Josh Payne, 4/25/98 Pete Gascon, 3/8/97 5. 19 Players

6 5 5 5 5 4

Season 1. Brandon Marshall, 1998 2. Josh Payne, 1998 3. Hunter Martinez, 2009 4. Bobby Haase, 1985 5. Kevin Ohama, 1986 6. Tim Wheeler, 2009 7. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 8. Jack Arroyo, 2004 Mike Carpentier, 1994 Deron Curran, 1986

70 68 67 63 62 59 57 56 56 56

Career 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-2001 2. David Flores, 2005-08 3. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 4. Mike Carpentier, 1993-95 5. Brandon Marshall, 1998-99 6. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 7. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 8. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 9. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 Chris Kinsey, 2001-03

138 128 126 115 114 107 103 99 98 98

STOLEN BASES Game 1. Matt Martinez, 5/15/92 Robert Randall, 3/10/92 Steve Kristy, 2/25/92 Kevin Reali, 2/24/90 Eric Vorbeck, 2/3/90 6. Jim Strombach, 5/14/04 Aurelio Jackson, 5/29/01 Aurelio Jackson, 3/24/01 Aurelio Jackson, 1/25/01 Aurelio Jackson, 4/29/00 Aurelio Jackson, 4/29/98 Pete Gascon, 5/10/97 Robert Randall, 4/27/93 Season 1. Kevin Ohama, 1986 2. Doug Eastman, 1986 3. Aurelio Jackson, 2001 4. Robert Randall, 1992 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981 6. Matt Martinez, 1992 Buddy Thomas, 1984 8. Matt Martinez, 1993 9. John McCaustlin, 1991 10. Eric Vorbeck, 1991 Career 1. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 2. Matt Martinez, 1992-93 3. Robert Randall, 1990-93

4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 49-61 48-57 44-60 40-51 40-47 39-52 39-42 36-49 35-44 33-40 85-123 75-101 71-91

4. Kevin Ohama, 1986-87 5. Buddy Thomas, 1983-84 6. Eric Vorbeck, 1990-91 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981-82 8. Doug Eastman, 1986 9. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 John McCaustlin, 1990-91

64-77 56-62 52-65 52-67 48-57 47-54 47-64

DOUBLES Game 1. Daryl Grant, 1/27/01 Mike Butler, 4/25/00 Bill Hoover, 4/25/98 Brian Gilman, 5/2/98 Harvey Hargrove, 5/8/96 Greg Heitz, 4/14/96 Jason Quintel, 5/12/95 Ray Brown, 4/6/93 9. By Many

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

Season 1. Kevin Kobza, 1985 2. Josh Powers, 2009 David Flores, 2008 4. Mark Gieseke, 1988 5. John McConologue, 1986 6. Derek Brown, 1995 Mikela Olsen, 2003 8. Josh Kirtlan, 1994 Harvey Hargrove, 1996 10. Jesse Schmidt, 2003 Josh Payne, 1998 Deron Curran, 1986

27 26 26 23 22 20 20 19 19 18 18 18

Career 1. David Flores, 2005-08 2. Josh Powers, 2009-10 Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 4. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 5. Brian Blauser, 2003-06 Jim Strombach, 2003-06 Jason Quintel, 1994-97 Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 9. Derek Brown, 1994-95 John McConologue, 1985-86

57 38 38 37 35 35 35 35 33 33

TRIPLES Game 1. John Acha, 4/5/03 2. By Many

2 1

Season 1. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 9 2. Steve Eakes, 1981 8 3. Val King, 1984 7 4. Steve Kristy, 1992 6 Bob Crump, 1986 6 Deron Curran, 1986 6 7. Ryan Blair, 2007 5 Mike Friedland, 1990 5 Danny Glorioso, 1980 5 10. 10 Players (Last, Josh Powers, 2010) 4 Career 1. Lashelle Tarver, 1980 Bob Crump, 1985-86 3. Steve Eakes, 1981 4. Tim Wheeler 2007-Pres. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 Val King, 1984 7. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 Steve Kristy, 1992 Deron Curran, 1985-86 Bobby Haase, 1983-85

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2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE HITTING RECORDS (CONT.) HOME RUNS Game 1. Tim Wheeler, 3/8/09 Tim Wheeler, 4/11/09 Gabe Jacobo, 4/3/08 Jesse Schmidt, 4/18/03 Chris Kinsey, 3/16/02 6. By Many

3 3 3 3 3 2

Season 1. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 2. Tim Wheeler, 2009 Josh Payne, 1998 4. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 5. Mikela Olsen, 2003 Jesse Schmidt, 2003 Chris Kinsey, 2002 8. Gabe Jacobo, 2008 9. Gabe Jacobo, 2007 Joe Evans, 2001 Dan Elorduy, 1998 Derek Brown, 1994 Steve Thobe, 1994

26 18 18 17 16 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 14

Career 1. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 2. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 4. Gabe Jacobo, 2006-08 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 6. Joe Evans, 2000-02 Derek Brown, 1994-95 8. Dan Elorduy, 1995, 97-98 9. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 Josh Kirtlan, 1993-94

35 30 30 29 27 23 23 22 20 20

WALKS Season 1. Jason Bolton, 1998 2. Deron Curran, 1986 3. Will Fitzpatrick, 1993 Kevin Kobza, 1985 5. Harvey Hargrove, 1997 6. Steve Thobe, 1994 7. Derek Brown, 1994 8. James Nutt, 1985 9. Kevin Smallcomb, 1982 10. Brandon Marshall, 1998 Steve Eakes, 1981 Career 1. Will Fitzpatrick, 1990-93 2. Kenny Smallcomb, 1981-82 3. Derek Brown, 1994-95 4. Harvey Hargrove, 1995-97 5. Deron Curran, 1985-86 6. Jason Bolton, 1997-98 7. Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 8. Dan Elorduy, 1995, 97-98 9. Casey Simpson, 1990-91 10. Josh Payne, 1997-98

68 65 64 64 62 58 56 55 54 52 52 135 105 104 102 98 95 93 91 90 86

SACRIFICES Season 1. Blake Crosby, 2008 2. Everet Rincon, 2006 3. Blake Crosby, 2007 Craig Johnson, 2004 Everet Rincon, 2002 John McCaustlin, 1991 Tom Avila, 1984 8. Ryan Blair, 2008 Gary Johnson, 2006

13 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9

Jim Strombach, 2006 Tito Barba, 2001 Aurelio Jackson, 2000 Matt Potulny, 1982 Kevin Smallcomb, 1981

9 9 9 9 9

Career 1. Everet Rincon, 2002-06 2. Blake Crosby, 2007-09 3. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 4. Jim Strombach, 2003-06 5. Ryan Kato, 1989-90 Devall Rainey, 1982-83 Lorenzo Lesky, 1987-88 Mark Gieseke, 1988-89 9. Kevin Smallcomb, 1981-82 Tom Avila, 1984-85

34 31 18 16 13 13 13 13 12 12

HIT BY PITCH Game 1. Brent Hottman, 4/4/09 Travis Kirkman, 3/21/08 Buddy Morales, 4/22/06 Buddy Morales, 4/7/06 Bobby Ciani, 4/17/03 Aurelio Jackson, 3/18/00 7. By Many

3 3 3 3 3 3 2

Season 1. Buddy Morales, 2006 Carlos Morales, 2000 Dan Vetter, 1995 4. Gary Johnson, 2006 5. Tim Wheeler, 2009 Aurelio Jackson, 2001 7. Brent Hottman, 2009 Josh Powers, 2009 9. Josh Powers, 2010 Gary Johnson, 2007 Deron Curran, 1986

19 19 19 18 17 17 14 14 13 13 13

Career 1. David Flores, 2005-08 2. Carlos Morales, 2000-01 3. Blake Crosby, 2007-09 4. Gary Johnson, 2006-07 5. Tim Wheeler, 2007-09 6. Dan Vetter, 1994-95 7. Josh Powers, 2009-10 Buddy Morales, 2004-06 9. Aurelio Jackson, 1998-01 10. Matt Wilson, 2001-05

39 36 32 31 30 29 27 27 26 21

MULTI-HIT GAMES Season Brandon Marshall Armando Balderramos Gabe Jacobo Derek Brown Jesse Krebs Mike Carpentier Blake Crosby Hunter Martinez David Flores Gabe Jacobo Mikela Olsen Josh Kirtlan Josh Powers Josh Payne Rafael Maldonado

28 in 1998 28 in 1995 27 in 2008 27 in 1994 26 in 2000 26 in 1994 25 in 2009 25 in 2009 25 in 2008 25 in 2007 25 in 2003 25 in 1994 24 in 2009 24 in 1998 24 in 1991

HITTING STREAKS 24 by J. Schmidt

3/11 to 4/22/03

22 by C. Simpson 3/29 to 5/2/92 21 by Josh Payne 2/28 to 4/4/98 20 by Ryan Blair 4/1 to 5/3/08 20 by Tim Wheeler 3/29 to 4/26/08 18 by Blake Crosby 3/20 to 4/14/09 18 by Derek Brown 3/16 to 4/17/94 16 by H. Hargrove 4/6 to 5/6/97 15 by Gabe Jacobo 4/18 to 5/9/08 15 by Ray Brown 4/16 to 5/7/94 14 by Trevor Paine 3/16/10 to 4/7/10 14 by David Flores 4/21 to 5/13/07 14 by John Acha 2/28 to 3/22/04 14 by Jack Arroyo 1/30 to 2/22/04 14 by C. Morales 4/27 to 5/17/01 14 by Jason Bolton 1/23 to 2/24/98 14 by Derek Brown 2/22 to 3/25/95 14 by M. Carpentier 2/4 to 3/6/94 13 by Wes Oberlin 4/18 to 5/3/08 13 by Tim Reimer 4/24 to 5/16/03 13 by Derek Brown 4/20 to 5/7/94 13 by G. Johnson 3/20 to 4/10/93 13 by Todd Hall 3/3 to 3/27/92 GRAND SLAMS Justin Mezzaneras at FSU Trevor Paine at SJSU Josh Powers vs. Albany Tim Wheeler vs. Utah Valley Blake Crosby at Oregon Jeff Roth vs. Cornell Tim Wheeler vs. Saint Mary’s Brent Hottman vs. FSU Tim Wheeler vs. Hawai’i Bret LeVier at WSU Jesse Schmidt vs. H-Hilo Chris Kinsey vs. Dartmouth Rick Gonzalez at CSF Josh Payne at NMSU Jason Bolton at USF Dan Elorduy vs. Nev Mike Dominisse at CSN Joel Walker vs. Nev Jason Moore vs. FSU Erik Cooper vs. UOP Erik Cooper vs. UCD Ray Brown vs. Nev Will Fitzpatrick vs. Valpo Will Fitzpatrick vs. SMC Tony Turnbull vs. SUU Steve Kristy vs. UCD

5/22/10 5/1/10 3/31/10 4/11/09 3/24/09 3/21/09 3/8/09 5/16/08 3/29/08 5/11/03 4/26/03 3/17/03 4/8/00 5/9/98 3/17/98 3/15/98 2/12/98 5/2/97 5/14/95 4/27/94 4/10/94 3/8/94 3/2/93 2/13/93 3/29/92 3/17/92

Mikela Olsen vs. UCD Jesse Schmidt vs. Hilo Jesse Schmidt at Centenary (3) Jesse Schmidt at Nevada Joe Evans vs. Pacific Bret LeVier vs. UCR Chris Kinsey at Cal Poly (3) Joe Evans vs. WSU Chris Kinsey at Hawai’i Joe Evans vs. Santa Clara Tim Maghan vs. Nevada Joe Evans vs. UCR Chris Kinsey vs. SMC Joe Evans vs. SFSU Daniel Harkness vs. CSF Mike Dominisse at NMSU Dan Elorduy vs. UCD Mike Dominisse at UOP Brian Gilman vs. LBSU Dan Elorduy vs. UCD Jason Bolton vs. NMSU Dan Elorduy vs. Nevada Dan Elorduy vs. Nevada Josh Payne vs. Nevada Brandon Marshall vs. SMC Shawn McGuire vs. SMC Mike Dominisse at UH Dan Elorduy vs. NMSU Harvey Hargrove vs. Nev Josh Payne vs. URI Mike Dominisse vs. OSU Harvey Hargrove vs. USF Jason DeCanio vs. SJSU Jamie Estrada vs. UCSB Derek Brown vs. SFSU Mike Carpentier vs. WSU Josh Kirtlan vs. SDSU Josh Kirtlan vs. Nevada Will Fitzpatrick vs. SMC Will Fitzpatrick vs. SDSU Will Fitzpatrick vs. USF

3/11/03 4/26/03 4/18/03 4/8/03 5/26/02 4/14/02 3/16/02 3/9/02 2/8/02 4/24/01 4/17/01 3/24/01 2/23/01 2/17/01 3/20/99 5/10/98 4/29/98 4/26/98 4/4/98 4/1/98 3/20/98 3/15/98 3/14/98 3/13/98 3/1/98 3/1/98 1/23/98 3/23/97 3/15/97 3/8/97 2/7/97 2/1/97 2/23/96 2/9/96 4/5/95 2/17/95 5/13/94 5/3/94 4/20/93 4/17/93 4/7/92

MULTIPLE HR GAMES Trevor Paine at Fresno State 5/21/10 Justin Lamb at La. Tech 5/8/10 Trevor Paine at CS Northridge 3/27/10 Justin Lamb at Nevada 5/8/09 Tim Wheeler vs. San Jose State 5/3/09 Tim Wheeler at Hawai’i 4/19/09 Tim Wheeler (3) vs. Utah Valley 4/11/09 Justin Lamb vs. Menlo 3/28/09 Tim Wheeler (3) vs. Saint Mary’s 3/8/09 David Flores at Nevada 5/11/08 Brian Boyd vs. Hawai’i-Hilo 4/18/08 David Flores at UC Davis 4/15/08 Ryan Blair at La. Tech 4/5/08 Wes Oberlin at La. Tech 4/5/08 Gabe Jacobo at La. Tech (3) 4/3/08 Gabe Jacobo at Pacific 5/1/07 Jack Arroyo vs. USF 5/4/04 Brian Blauser vs. USF 5/4/04 Pedro Santiago at Nevada 4/20/04 John Acha at UC San Diego 2/7/04 Mikela Olsen vs. Arizona 4/28/03 Mikela Olsen vs. Dartmouth 3/15/03

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS PITCHING RECORDS APPEARANCES

INNINGS PITCHED

Season 1. Michael Penbera, 2000 2. Marshall Plouffe, 2005 Mike Frame, 1989 4. Mike Frame, 1988 Trevor Rodgers, 1990 6. Warren Rosebrock, 2005 Renecke Stelzriede, 2004 Dusty Decker, 2002 Michael Penbera, 2001 10. Six with 23

27 26 26 25 25 24 24 24 24 23

Career 1. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 2. Warren Rosebrock, 2002-05 Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 4. Mike Frame, 1987-89 5. James Wheeler, 2003-06 6. Michael Penbera, 1999-2001 7. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 8. Tommy Elrod, 2008-10 Justin DemĂŠ, 2004-06 Ben Roussey, 1996-98

79 78 78 71 64 61 56 55 55 55

ERA Season (min. 50 IP) 1. Erik Bennett, 1989 2. Bob Childress, 1988 3. Mike Frame, 1988 4. Mike Schields, 1984 5. John Bulleri, 1980 6. John Bulleri, 1979 Chuck Beard, 1980 8. Mark Davis, 1984 9. Mike Frame, 1989 10. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992

1.88 2.12 2.14 2.24 2.31 2.34 2.34 2.62 2.63 2.68

Career (min. 100 IP) 1. John Bulleri, 1979-80 2. Mike Frame, 1988-89 3. Mike Schields, 1984-85 4. Doug Vontz, 1985-86 5. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85 6. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 7. Steve Bonilla, 1980-81 8. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 9. Mike Brown, 1987-89 10. Mark Davis, 1983-84

2.27 2.43 2.54 2.76 2.85 2.94 2.99 3.08 3.18 3.22

COMPLETE GAMES

Game 1. Doug Vontz, 3/23/86 2. Kevin Marzion, 2/23/02 Brian Gates, 3/27/99 4. Jeff Groeger, 4/6/01

11.2 10.0 10.0 9.2

Season 1. Jeff Groeger, 2001 2. John Bulleri, 1980 3. Chad Elliott, 2000 4. Dustin Tubb, 1998 5. Willie Rivera, 1995 6. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 7. Dave Vontz, 1986 8. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 9. Ethan Katz, 2004 10. Jeff Groeger, 2002

122.1 122.0 118.0 117.1 114.1 113.2 112.1 111.0 110.0 109.0

Career 1. Mike Eby, 1993-95 2. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 3. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 4. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 5. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 6. Roland DeLaMaza, 1991-92 7. John Bulleri, 1979-80 8. Warren Rosebrock, 2002-04 9. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 10. Ethan Katz, 2004-05

278.4 272.0 269.0 262.1 231.1 224.2 218.0 213.0 209.5 205.2

WINS Season 1. Steve Brueggeman, 1985 2. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 Brad Stoltenberg, 1988 5. Six with 10

12 11 11 11 10

Career 1. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 2. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 3. Mike Eby, 1993-95 Gary Wilson, 1990-92 5. John Bulleri, 1979-80 Rocco Buffolino, 1986-87 7. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85 8. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03 Keith Brown, 1985-86 Brad Stoltenberg, 1987-88

23 22 21 21 19 19 17 16 16 16

STRIKEOUTS

Season 1. Willie Rivera, 1995 2. John Bulleri, 1979 3. Dustin Tubb, 1998 Steve Brueggeman, 1985 Doug Vontz, 1985 Mike Schields, 1985 John Bulleri, 1980 8. Chad Elliott, 2000 Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 Mark Davis, 1984 Richard King, 1981

10 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

Career 1. John Bulleri, 1979-80 2. Willie Rivera, 1994-95 Rocco Buffolino, 1986-87 Doug Vontz, 1985-86 5. Steve Brueggeman, 1984-85 6. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 7. Four with 8

15 12 12 12 10 9 8

SAVES Season 1. Mike Frame, 1989 2. Mike Frame, 1988 Michael Penbera, 2001 4. Mitch Lively, 2007 Trevor Rodgers, 1990 6. Mike Kane, 1993 Steve Schweizer, 1988 Jeff McBride, 1981 9. Andrew Galvan, 2010 Jeff Roth, 2009 Michael Penbera, 2000 Brian Yackovich, 1981

11 10 10 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

Career 1. Mike Frame, 1987-89 2. Michael Penbera, 1999-2001 3. Trevor Rodgers, 1990-91 4. Jeff Roth, 2008-09 Billy Sinacori, 2004-2007. 6. Brian Yackovich, 1981-82 Renecke Stelzriede, 2003-04 8. Mitch Lively, 2004-07 9. Mike Kane, 1990-93 Jeff McBride, 1981 Steve Schuseizer, 1988

26 16 12 10 10 9 9 8 7 7 7

Game 1. Mike Eby, 5/5/95 2. Chris Kinsey, 2/4/03 Mike Eby, 3/26/95 Roland DeLaMaza, 3/10/92 Mike Eby, 2/18/95 Roland DeLaMaza, 3/10/92 Mike Eby, 2/18/95 8. Chris Kinsey, 4/8/03 Mike Eby, 5/13/95 Mike Eby, 3/13/95 Jason Beeman, 2/25/94 Mike Eby, 3/26/93 Gary Wilson, 2/23/91 Travis Kane, 5/21/06 Travis Kane, 5/14/06

13 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Season 1. Erik Bennett, 1989 Mike Eby, 1995 3. Roland DeLaMaza, 1993 4. Jeff Groeger, 2001 5. Erik Bennett, 1988 6. Chris Kinsey, 2003 7. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992 8. Ethan Katz, 2004 9. Graham Mazur, 1997 10. Mike Eby, 1994

119 119 113 107 105 98 95 90 84 82

Career 1. Erik Bennett, 1987-89 2. Mike Eby, 1993-95 3. Roland DeLaMaza, 1992-93 4. Marshall Plouffe, 2001-05 5. Jeff Groeger, 2001-02 6. Gary Wilson, 1990-92 7. Chris Kinsey, 2001-03 8. Ethan Katz, 2004-05 9. Mike Frame, 1987-89 10. Steve Cuckovich, 2000-03

277 274 208 187 184 178 175 157 153 134

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2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE AWARDS AND HONORS ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE First Team 2009 Tim Wheeler Jr. 2008 Tim Wheeler So. 2007 David Flores Jr. 2006 Buddy Morales Sr.

OF OF 3B C

Second Team 2010 Trevor Paine 2010 Josh Powers 2009 Jesse Darrah 2009 Hunter Martinez 2008 Ryan Blair 2008 David Flores 2008 Gabe Jacobo 2008 Wes Oberlin 2007 Montana Dye 2006 David Flores

DH 1B P 2B OF 3B Util. DH OF 3B

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

Western Division 1996 Jason Quintel 1995 Mike Eby 1994 Derek Brown Ray Brown Jason Beeman 1993 Will Fitzpatrick Matt Martinez Ronald DeLaMaza Ray Brown

Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

DH P 3B OF DH 1B 2B P DH

ALL-WAC TOURNAMENT 2006 Buddy Morales

Sr.

WAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Western Division 1995 Mike Eby

Sr.

WAC ALL-ACADEMIC 2010 Kyle Baskett Jake Chilton Dan McCarthy A.J. Nunez Josh Powers Kirby Young 2009 Brian Filice Josh Powers Tim Wheeler 2008 Ryan Blair Brian Boyd David Flores Brett Tanigawa Mike Weiss Tim Wheeler Trevor York 2006 Matt Campbell

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

OF OF OF OF INF INF RHP INF OF OF OF 3B C P OF P P

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL AMERICA 2009 Jesse Darrah Fr. P ALL-INDEPENDENT TEAM First Team 2005 Ethan Katz 2004 Jack Arroyo 2004 Craig Johnson 2004 Ethan Katz 2003 Mikela Olsen 2003 Jesse Schmidt

Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

P INF OF P OF OF

C

Second Team 2004 John Acha 2003 Chris Kinsey

Sr. Jr.

INF P

P

Honorable Mention 2005 Brett Flowers 2005 Jim Strombach

Sr. Jr.

INF OF

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2004 Craig Johnson 2003 Mikela Olsen

Jr. Jr.

OF OF

HITTER OF THE YEAR 2003 Mikela Olsen

Jr.

OF

INDEPENDENT ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2005 Matt Campbell Jr. 2005 Travis Kane Jr. 2004 John Acha Sr. 2004 Craig Johnson Jr.

P P INF OF

ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE First Team 1998 Josh Payne

DH

Sr.

Second Team 2002 Chris Kinsey 2001 Aurelio Jaclkson Carlos Morales 2000 Jesse Krebs Carlos Morales

UT OF 3B SS 2B

So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Honorable Mention 2002 Jeff Groeger 2000 Rick Gonzalez Cory Williams

SP OF DH

Sr. Sr. Jr.

ALL-ACADEMIC DISTRICT VIII First Team 2004 John Acha 2004 Craig Johnson

Sr. Jr.

INF OF

SACRAMENTO STATE ALL-AMERICANS

Pitcher Erik Bennett (left) and infielders Mark Gieseke (center) and Brian Hewitt (right) were each first team All-Americans during their time with the Hornets.

PLAYER Dick Bach Les Kuhnz Dean Andoe Joe Soto Kevin Kobza Steve Brueggemann Doug Eastman Deron Curran Kevin Creamer Brian Hewitt Mark Gieseke Erik Bennett Mike Frame Matt Martinez Will Fitzpatrick Roland de la Maza Harvey Hargrove Jesse Darrah

YEAR POSITION TEAM 1961 P First Team 1961 SS First Team 1961 IF Second Team 1970 SS First Team 1985 3B First Team 1985 P Second Team 1986 OF Second Team 1986 OF Third Team 1987 DH First Team 1988 2B First Team 1988 OF First Team 1989 1B Third Team 1988 P Second Team 1989 P First Team 1989 P Second Team 1993 2B Second Team 1993 1B Third Team 1993 P Second Team 1997 2B Third Team 2009 P Freshman All-America

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS TEAM SEASON PITCHING RECORDS ERA 1980 3.29 1988 3.31 1989 3.55 1986 3.91 1990 3.99

INNINGS PITCHED 1991 571.0 1986 569.1 1988 541.1 2004 527.1 2001 521.0

MOST RUNS ALLOWED 1998 584 1997 558 1999 484 1996 447 2007 431

MOST WALKS HIT BATTERS 1998 297 2006 90 1996 280 2007 78 1991 279 2001 76 1999 278 1997 74 1997 260 2002 71

COMPLETE GAMES 1995 19 1980 17 1984 17 1982 15 1981 12

FEWEST HITS ALLOWED 1982 344 1983 376 1986 379 1984 400 1980 409

FEWEST ER ALLOWED 1982 142 1980 152 1983 179 1989 180 1984 187

STRIKEOUTS 1988 423 2001 395 1996 383 1997 376 1995 374

SHUTOUTS 1988 7 1995 4 1993 4 1990 4 1991/1989 4

MOST HITS ALLOWED 1998 773 1997 688 2007 677 1999 655 2004 652

MOST ER ALLOWED 1998 501 1997 468 1999 413 1996 382 2007 380

HOME RUNS ALLOWED 1997 81 1998 73 1999 69 2009 66 2010 63

SAVES 1988 22 1981 18 1989 17 1987 13 1993/2004 12

FEWEST RUNS ALLOWED 1982 212 1989 219 1984 234 1983 235 1980/81 240

FEWEST WALKS 1982 153 1983 154 1980 168 1988 182 2003 186

LOWEST OPP. BATTING AVG. 1989 .257 1991 .261 1992 .270 1990 .274 1986 .278

YEAR-BY-YEAR PITCHING YEAR G ERA CG SHO SV IP H R-ER BB SO 2B-3B-HR AVG BK HBP 1979 50 4.78 8 N/A N/A 408.1 445 326-217 243 194 N/A-N/A-10 N/A N/A 7 1980 50 3.29 17 N/A N/A 416.0 409 240-152 168 223 N/A-N/A-11 N/A N/A 4 1981 50 4.28 12 N/A 18 414.1 411 240-197 199 226 N/A-N/A-21 N/A N/A 17 1982 48 4.18 15 N/A 6 306.0 344 212-142 153 144 N/A-N/A-6 N/A N/A 1 1983 39 4.73 11 N/A 9 341.2 376 235-179 154 176 N/A-N/A-27 N/A N/A 29 1984 50 4.14 17 N/A 6 407.0 400 234-187 198 195 N/A-N/A-N/A N/A N/A N/A 1985 51 5.00 8 N/A 6 404.1 448 293-204 252 232 N/A-N/A-28 N/A N/A 7 1986 66 3.91 N/A N/A N/A 569.1 379 315-244 258 351 86-14-37 .278 4 19 1987 60 4.96 N/A 2 13 486.1 523 324-268 235 333 95-5-39 N/A 7 23 1988 64 3.31 10 7 22 541.1 505 286-195 182 423 83-8-41 N/A 4 27 1989 53 3.55 4 4 17 456.0 444 219-180 205 339 76-9-23 .257 5 20 1990 59 3.99 6 4 11 510.0 545 318-226 203 292 102-18-42 .274 5 45 1991 65 4.30 10 4 11 571.0 569 329-273 279 366 119-10-33 .261 4 49 1992 57 4.32 7 2 6 483.1 511 319-232 237 318 81-7-23 .270 1 30 1993 58 5.13 8 4 12 494.1 560 358-282 254 372 96-10-38 .286 10 39 1994 56 5.40 5 3 9 496.2 582 379-298 248 346 107-12-40 .292 6 33 1995 54 4.54 19 4 9 479.1 513 288-242 242 374 85-10-33 .282 2 49 1996 55 7.11 7 1 5 483.1 629 447-382 280 383 116-17-53 .320 8 50 1997 55 8.89 7 1 3 474.0 688 558-468 260 376 124-15-81 .338 8 74 1998 60 8.67 9 0 2 520.1 773 584-501 297 329 141-14-73 .346 4 68 1999 57 7.49 6 0 4 496.1 655 484-413 278 301 134-18-69 .324 3 67 2000 56 6.33 7 1 7 491.2 595 391-346 251 327 106-11-55 .303 1 56 2001 59 5.44 9 3 10 521.0 631 390-315 231 395 130-11-45 .300 13 76 2002 56 6.24 10 1 3 495.0 631 417-343 216 311 118-18-46 .314 6 71 2003 57 5.28 5 3 10 489.2 581 366-287 186 363 120-12-49 .295 10 52 2004 61 5.96 7 1 12 527.1 652 412-349 262 312 108-11-57 .310 11 69 2005 57 4.99 3 2 8 501.1 572 334-278 206 334 105-9-44 .293 8 55 2006 57 5.57 4 1 5 498.0 572 370-308 234 319 102-7-50 .291 9 90 2007 57 6.86 1 2 9 498.2 677 431-380 250 284 132-16-46 .331 11 78 2008 58 6.25 1 1 10 495.0 638 395-344 246 276 109-11-53 .323 11 69 2009 54 6.33 2 1 11 453.2 580 367-319 209 318 92-8-66 .313 10 54 2010 54 6.45 3 1 7 464.2 593 387-333 208 293 119-7-63 .314 10 59

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2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE TEAM SEASON HITTING RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1985 67 1986 66 1991 65 1988 64 2004 61

HITS 1998 720 1985 676 1991 672 1988 662 1994 654

HOME RUNS 1998 83 1997 75 1994 71 2009 63 2002 60

SACRIFICES 2007/2009 58 2008 55 1984 55 1991 50 1992 49

ERRORS 1997 123 1998 121 1979 116 1990 114 1994 110

BATTING AVERAGE 1985 .345 1994 .324 1998 .323 2009 .318 1991 .313

RBI 1998 440 1988 407 1985 403 1991 393 1994 389

WALKS 1986 356 1987 322 1988 317 1991 303 1993 292

STOLEN BASES 1986 211 1991 166 1990 157 1984 153 1992 142

FIELDING PERCENTAGE 2000 .970 2008 .969 2007/2009 .968 1995 .967 2004 .966

AT-BATS 1998 2,231 1986 2,153 1991 2,148 1988 2,124 1994 2,108

DOUBLES 1988 137 1998 132 1985 121 1987 121 2008/2009 116

STRIKEOUTS 1998 437 2002 423 2001 413 1997 408 2004 397

PUTOUTS 1991 1,709 2004 1,582 2001 1,563 1998 1,561 2005 1,504

RUNS 1998 487 1985 458 1991 456 1988 441 1994 436

TRIPLES 1985 26 1980 25 1984 24 1979 23 1981 21

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1985 .616 1998 .504 1994 .500 2009 .494 1987 .474

ASSISTS 1998 685 1994 680 2005 666 2004 664 1995 660

YEAR-BY-YEAR HITTING YEAR 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

G AVG AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO SLG% SAC SB/SA PO A E FLD% 50 .286 1385 226 396 184 37 23 7 222 216 .361 14 81/105 N/A N/A 116 N/A 50 .298 1622 286 484 264 82 25 12 198 198 .402 48 96/117 N/A N/A 100 N/A 50 .301 1569 311 472 286 61 21 25 242 168 .414 43 110/140 N/A N/A N/A N/A 48 .293 1503 284 441 263 63 13 11 258 181 .375 45 114/157 N/A N/A 94 N/A 39 .295 1320 242 390 207 68 11 22 218 118 .414 36 109/149 1007 391 71 .952 50 .310 1526 301 473 248 67 24 17 230 180 .419 55 153/193 N/A N/A 67 N/A 67 .345 1960 458 676 403 121 26 53 272 264 .616 34 137/170 N/A N/A 52 N/A 66 .294 2153 415 632 260 86 14 39 356 357 .424 48 211/288 N/A N/A N/A N/A 60 .311 1856 394 578 363 121 17 49 322 289 .474 43 116/167 N/A N/A N/A N/A 64 .312 2124 441 662 407 137 14 47 317 297 .442 42 117/161 N/A N/A N/A N/A 53 .282 1675 303 473 270 98 7 25 209 216 .393 35 115/157 N/A N/A N/A N/A 59 .288 1921 363 553 305 115 14 43 237 326 .429 41 157/216 1445 512 114 .945 65 .313 2148 456 672 393 109 17 40 303 316 .435 50 166/246 1709 659 108 .956 57 .304 1812 365 551 319 95 12 40 270 357 .436 49 142/199 1449 643 92 .958 58 .293 1894 394 554 349 99 12 60 292 347 .452 36 117/164 1483 654 79 .964 56 .324 2108 436 654 389 110 16 71 199 300 .500 37 91/131 1487 680 110 .952 54 .280 1858 304 521 271 111 7 28 191 290 .393 46 76/111 1442 660 72 .967 55 .241 1861 259 449 225 82 7 41 196 391 .359 28 55/83 1450 614 96 .956 55 .296 1957 379 579 333 106 8 75 210 408 .473 25 61/94 1422 618 123 .943 60 .323 2231 487 720 440 132 12 83 248 437 .504 12 54/80 1561 685 121 .949 57 .283 1953 280 552 235 88 7 25 192 376 .373 29 46/86 1489 637 86 .961 56 .310 1982 337 614 304 110 8 44 198 344 .440 26 54/93 1475 584 64 .970 59 .279 2019 297 564 265 110 7 50 186 413 .415 37 80/113 1563 600 85 .962 56 .262 1900 297 497 263 96 6 60 221 423 .413 27 60/90 1485 589 96 .956 57 .303 1972 376 598 342 102 9 57 176 350 .451 19 90/117 1469 549 89 .958 61 .272 2020 333 550 301 89 13 45 234 397 .396 29 78/103 1582 664 80 .966 57 .251 1861 237 467 203 93 7 23 179 383 .346 43 64/90 1504 666 91 .960 57 .286 1928 309 552 272 106 6 36 169 320 .404 46 53/83 1494 608 79 .964 57 .281 1980 281 557 251 92 16 42 161 373 .408 58 75/102 1496 568 68 .968 58 .311 1983 373 617 345 116 11 55 174 303 .464 55 65/92 1485 637 67 .969 54 .318 1851 389 589 355 116 10 63 165 369 .494 58 60/81 1361 535 62 .968 54 .281 1866 311 524 288 90 10 48 207 378 .417 36 41/56 1394 557 75 .963

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1979 Average Eddie Byers (.323) Hits Eddie Byers (51) RBI Eddie Byers (24) Runs Mike Garvaglia (32) Stolen Bases Two players (12) Doubles Carnesecca/Painter (5) Triples Garavaglia/Travale (4) Home Runs Seven players (1) ERA John Bulleri (2.34) IP John Bulleri (96.0) Wins John Bulleri (9) CG John Bulleri (8) Strikeouts Ron Russell (50)

1983 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

1980 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

Lashelle Tarver (.430) Lashelle Tarver (86) Lashelle Tarver (200) Lashelle Tarver (57) Lashelle Tarver (31) Lashelle Tarver (10) Lashelle Tarver (9) Chuck Beard (5) John Bulleri (2.31) John Bulleri (122.0) John Bulleri (10) John Bulleri (7) Ron Russell (52)

1981 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

1984 Average Roy McDaniel (.384) Hits Roy McDaniel (58) RBI Todd Marston (31) Runs Buddy Thomas (40) Stolen Bases Buddy Thomas (39) Doubles Rich King (11) Triples Rich King (7) Home Runs Todd Marston (5) ERA Mike Schields (2.24) IP Mike Schields (104.1) Wins Mike Schields (10) CG Mike Schields (7) Saves Steve Brueggemann (3) Strikeouts Mark Davis (60)

1988 Average Mark Gieseke (.449) Hits Mark Gieseke (83) RBI Mark Gieseke (48) Runs Mike Ripplinger (50) Stolen Bases Mike Ripplinger (25) Doubles Mark Gieseke (23) Triples Mike Ripplinger (4) Home Runs Mark Gieseke (8) ERA Bob Childress (2.12) IP Brad Stoltenberg (107.1) Wins Brad Stoltenberg (11) CG Bennett/Stoltenberg (4) Saves Mike Frame (10) Strikeouts Erik Bennett (105)

Steve Eakes (.385) Steve Eakes (74) Steve Eakes (52) Kevin Smallcomb (50) Kevin Smallcomb (40) Chuck Beard (9) Steve Eakes (8) Chuck Beard (9) Steve Bonilla (3.16) Steve Bonilla (91.0) Bonilla/King (9) Richard King (6) Steve Bonilla (66)

1982 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Strikeouts

1985 Average Kevin Kobza (.465) Hits Kevin Kobza (101) RBI Kevin Kobza (64) Runs Bobby Haase (63) Stolen Bases Bobby Haase (30) Doubles Kevin Kobza (27) Triples Bobby Haase (5) Home Runs James Nutt (11) ERA Steve Brueggemann (2.91) IP Steve Brueggemann (105.1) Wins Steve Brueggemann (12) CG Steve Brueggemann (7) Strikeouts Steve Brueggemann (61)

Bobby Fraga (.327) Bobby Fraga (51) Raul Martinez (36) Kevin Smallcomb (40) Davell Rainey (23) Bobby Fraga (11) Raul Martinez (3) Terry Stark (5) Dan Horigan (4.50) Bill Barry (71.0) Bill Barry (6) Bill Barry (5) Bill Barry (49)

1986 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins Strikeouts

1989 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Mark Gieseke (.363) Mark Gieseke (61) Mark Gieseke (45) Mark Gieseke (41) Quinn Gregory (17) Mark Gieseke (12) Gary Lunsford (2) Mark Gieseke (9) Erik Bennett (1.88) Erik Bennett (100.1) Bennett/Frame (6) Mike Frame (2) Mike Frame (11) Erik Bennett (119)

1990 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

1993 Average Ray Brown (.384) Hits Matt Martinez (73) RBI Will Fitzpatrick (64) Runs Matt Martinez (55) Stolen Bases Matt Martinez (36) Doubles Matt Martinez (17) Triples Todd Hall (3) Home Runs Will Fitzpatrick (17) ERA Roland DeLaMaza (3.17) IP Roland DeLaMaza (113.2) Wins Roland DeLaMaza (11) CG Roland DeLaMaza (6) Saves Mike Kane (7) Strikeouts Roland DeLaMaza (113)

Dan Ferreira (.400) Mike Friedland (61) Dan Ferreira (47) Mike Friedland (49) Steve Furchner (23) Mike Friedland (14) Mike Friedland (5) Ferreira/Vorbeck (6) Geoff Samuels (3.62) Gary Wilson (95.1) Samuels/Wilson (7) Gary Wilson (2) Trevor Rodgers (8) Gary Wilson (64)

1994 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Davell Rainey (.342) Davell Rainey (48) Bobby Fraga (27) Greg Hull (32) Davell Rainey (20) Hankard/Fraga (9) Four players (2) Greg Hull (5) Ron Mattson (3.29) Ron Mattson (85.2) Stu Hambro (7) Mattson/Hambro (4) Ron Mattson (67)

Doug Eastman (.361) Eastman/Ohama (81) Deron Curran (65) Kevin Ohama (62) Kevin Ohama (49) John McConlogue (22) Curran/Crump (6) Deron Curran (9) Keith Brown (2.71) Doug Vontz (112.1) Buffolino/Brown (10) Rocco Buffolino (72)

1987 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins Saves Strikeouts

Kevin Creamer (.407) Eric Johnson (64) Kevin Creamer (43) Eric Johnson (47) Two players (21) Two players (15) George Powell (4) Eric Johnson (13) Dave Olson (3.31) Rocco Buffolino (97.0) Rocco Buffolino (9) Mike Frame (5) Erik Bennett (53)

1991 Average Casey Simpson (.356) Hits Rafael Maldonado (80) RBI Dan Ferreira (47) Runs Rafael Maldonado (55) Stolen Bases John McCaustin (35) Doubles Ferreira/Maldonado (16) Triples Four players (3) Home Runs Eric Vorbeck (6) ERA Scott Corliss (3.13) IP Mike Teich (105.0) Wins Gary Wilson (9) CG Gary Wilson (5) Saves Trevor Rodgers (4) Strikeouts Mike Teich (81) 1992 Average Matt Martinez (.350) Hits Steve Kristy (64) RBI Casey Simpson (45) Runs Matt Martinez (52) Stolen Bases Robert Randall (40) Doubles Will Fitzpatrick (14) Triples Steve Kristy (6) Home Runs Casey Simpson (9) ERA Roland DeLaMaza (2.68) IP Roland DeLaMaza (111.0) Wins Roland DeLaMaza (11) CG Erick Burns (4) Saves Gary Wilson (4) Strikeouts Roland DeLaMaza (95)

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Jason Beeman (.386) Derek Brown (79) Derek Brown (56) Mike Carpentier (56) Mike Carpentier (15) Josh Kirtlan (19) Mike Carpentier (4) Brown/Thobe (14) Willie Rivera (4.60) Jason Beeman (96.0) Jason Beeman (9) Rivera/Beeman (2) Steve Thobe (5) Mike Eby (82)


2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1995 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

1999 Average Brandon Marshall (.325) Hits Jesse Krebs (70) RBI Brandon Marshall (33) Runs Brandon Marshall (44) Stolen Bases Aurelio Jackson (12) Doubles Brandon Marshall (16) Triples Ryan Hodson (3) Home Runs Daniel Harkness (6) ERA Brian Gates (4.54) IP Pat Edwards (94.0) Wins Chad Elliott (6) CG Brian Gates (3) Saves Chad Elliott (3) Strikeouts Pat Edwards (56)

2003 Average Mikela Olsen (.404) Hits Mikela Olsen (88) RBI Mikela Olsen (66) Runs Jesse Schmidt (53) Stolen Bases Tim Reimer (25) Doubles Mikela Olsen (20) Triples Acha/Reimer (3) Home Runs Olsen/Schmidt (16) ERA Steve Correa (3.72) IP Chris Kinsey (95.1) Wins S.Cuckovich/Kinsey (7) CG Four Tied (5) Saves Renecke Stelzriede (5) Strikeouts Chris Kinsey (98)

2007 Average Hits RBI Runs SB Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

1996 Average Harvey Hargrove (.286) Hits Harvey Hargrove (63) RBI Harvey Hargrove (33) Runs Harvey Hargrove (41) Stolen Bases David Pruett (13) Doubles Harvey Hargrove (19) Triples Harvey Hargrove (3) Home Runs Jamie Estrada (9) ERA Kris Zankich (5.46) IP Kevin Culmo (87.2) Wins Ben Roussey (3) CG Kevin Culmo (4) Saves Ben Roussey (3) Strikeouts Kevin Culmo (81)

2000 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Cory Williams (.356) Jesse Krebs (80) Carlos Morales (43) Carlos Morales (42) Aurelio Jackson (17) Morales/Butler (16) Jesse Krebs (3) Jimmy McFarland (9) Chad Elliott (4.35) Chad Elliott (118.0) Steve Cuckovich (6) Chad Elliott (6) Michael Penbera (6) Chad Elliott (68)

2004 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Craig Johnson (.337) Jack Arroyo (81) Craig Johnson (42) Jack Arroyo (56) Jack Arroyo (20) Craig Johnson (13) Craig Johnson (3) Jack Arroyo (8) Brandon Hall (1.32) Ethan Katz (110.0) Ethan Katz (9) Ethan Katz (5) Stelzriede/Sinacori (4) Ethan Katz (90)

2008 Average Gabe Jacobo (.379) Hits Gabe Jacobo (86) RBI Gabe Jacobo (66) Runs David Flores (53) SB Ryan Blair (15) Doubles David Flores (26) Triples Blair/Jacobo (3) Home Runs Gabe Jacobo (15) ERA Trevor Paine (4.50) IP Trevor York (87.0) Wins Orozco/Ramirez/Smith/York (4) CG Trevor York (1) Saves Jeff Roth (4) Strikeouts Jose Ramirez (54)

1997 Average Harvey Hargrove (.361) Hits Harvey Hargrove (79) RBI Harvey Hargrove (62) Runs Harvey Hargrove (49) Stolen Bases Bolton/Gascon (12) Doubles Joel Walker (16) Triples David Pruett (3) Home Runs Harvey Hargrove (26) ERA Brian Ballenger (7.43) IP Graham Mazur (79.1) Wins Kris Zankich (4) CG Rodriguez/Mazur (3) Saves Graham Mazur (2) Strikeouts Graham Mazur (84)

2001 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Aurelio Jackson (.338) Aurelio Jackson (75) Joe Evans (46) Aurelio Jackson (51) Aurelio Jackson (44) Carlos Morales (16) Aurelio Jackson (4) Joe Evans (14) Jeff Groeger (4.41) Jeff Groeger (122.1) Mike Miranda (8) Groeger/Miranda (4) Michael Penbera (10) Jeff Groeger (107)

2005 Average Taylor Watanabe (.313) Hits Jim Strombach (68) RBI Brett Flowers (36) Runs Jim Strombach (33) Stolen Bases Jim Strombach (15) Doubles Jim Strombach (14) Triples Jim Strombach (2) Home Runs Wilson/Flowers (6) ERA Marshall Hendon (1.98) IP Ethan Katz (95.2) Wins Ethan Katz (6) CG Matt Campbell (2) Saves Marshall Plouffe (5) Strikeouts Ethan Katz (67)

2009 Average Blake Crosby (.397) Hits Hunter Martinez (88) RBI Tim Wheeler (72) Runs Hunter Martinez (67) SB Tim Wheeler (15) Doubles Josh Powers (26) Triples Tim Wheeler (3) Home Runs Tim Wheeler (18) ERA Alex Taku (2.79) IP Jesse Darrah (83.0) Wins Jesse Darrah (9) CG Jesse Darrah/Tommy Elrod (1) Saves Jeff Roth (6) Strikeouts Jesse Darrah (59)

1998 Average Brandon Marshall (.398) Hits Brandon Marshall (99) RBI Jason Bolton (68) Runs Brandon Marshall (70) Stolen Bases Aurelio Jackson (12) Doubles Josh Payne (18) Triples Elorduy/McGuire/Payne (3) Home Runs Josh Payne (18) ERA Dustin Tubb (6.90) IP Dustin Tubb (117.1) Wins Dustin Tubb (7) CG Dustin Tubb (7) Saves Rodriguez/Harris (1) Strikeouts Dustin Tubb (74)

2002 Average Hits RBI Runs Stolen Bases Doubles Triples Home Runs ERA IP Wins CG Saves Strikeouts

Chris Kinsey (.318) Chris Kinsey (67) Chris Kinsey (60) Tim Reimer (43) Tim Reimer (14) Mario Celillo (16) Reimer/Fuller (2) Chris Kinsey (16) Kevin Marzion (3.65) Jeff Groeger (109.0) Jeff Groeger (7) Jeff Groeger (5) Dusty Decker (2) Jeff Groeger (77)

2006 Average Buddy Morales (.344) Hits Gary Johnson (69) RBI Montana Dye/David Flores (28) Runs Buddy Morales (38) SB Jim Strombach/Everet Rincon (13) Doubles David Flores (16) Triples Jim Strombach (3) Home Runs Brian Blauser (9) ERA Mel Cuckovich (2.03) IP Matt Campbell (90.0) Wins Mick Joyce (5) CG Mick Joyce (3) Saves Billy Sinacori (5) Strikeouts Travis Kane (60)

2010 Average Trevor Paine (.381) Hits Trevor Paine (67) RBI Kirby Young (47) Runs Josh Powers (41) SB Josh Powers (9) Doubles Josh Powers (12) Triples Josh Powers (4) Home Runs Trevor Paine (10) ERA Andrew Galvan (4.98) IP Jesse Darrah (81.2) Wins Creel/Chamberlin/Darrah (3) CG Brandon Sandoval (2) Saves Andrew Galvan (6) Strikeouts Jesse Darrah (55)

A. Balderramos (.376) A. Balderramos (76) Derek Brown (48) A. Balderramos (43) Mike Carpentier (23) Derek Brown (20) Brian King (3) Derek Brown (9) Willie Rivera (3.07) Willie Rivera (114.1) Mike Eby (9) Willie Rivera (10) Paco Garcia (4) Mike Eby (119)

Gabe Jacobo (.363) Gabe Jacobo (81) Gabe Jacobo (44) Gabe Jacobo (44) Ryan Blair (18) Gabe Jacobo (12) Ryan Blair (5) Gabe Jacobo (14) Tyler Axelrod (4.45) Trevor York (84.0) Alvaro Orozco (5) Alvaro Orozco (1) Mitch Lively (8) Mick Joyce (54)

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS HORNETS IN THE POSTSEASON Year Head Coach 1949 Warren Conrad 1950 William Miller 1951 Warren Conrad 1952 Warren Conrad 1953 Hal Wolf 1954 Hal Wolf 1955 Hal Wolf 1956 Hal Wolf 1957 Cal Boyes 1958 Hal Wolf 1959 Hal Wolf 1960 Cal Boyes 1961 Cal Boyes 1962 Cal Boyes 1963 Cal Boyes 1964 Cal Boyes 1965 Cal Boyes 1966 Cal Boyes 1967 Cal Boyes 1968 Cal Boyes 1969 Cal Boyes 1970 Cal Boyes 1971 Cal Boyes 1972 Cal Boyes 1973 Cal Boyes 1974 Cal Boyes 1975 Cal Boyes 1976 Steve Figler 1977 Glenn Brady 1978 Barry Woodhead 1979 John Smith 1980 John Smith 1981 John Smith

1985 at NCAA West Regional Pomona, Calif., May 16-18 Lost, 5-3, at Cal Poly Pomona Won, 10-9, at Cal Poly Pomona Lost, 14-4, at Cal Poly Pomona Won, 7-5, at Cal Poly Pomona Lost, 9-7, at Cal Poly Pomona 1986 at NCAA West Regional Sacramento, Calif., May 15-17 Won, 12-8, vs. CS Dominguez Hills Won, 7-1, vs. CS Dominguez Hills Lost, 7-2, vs. CS Dominguez Hills Won, 14-7, vs. CS Dominguez Hills at NCAA College World Series Montgomery, Ala., May 23-26 Won, 14-12, vs. Univ. of Tampa Lost, 6-5, vs. Columbus Won, 9-4, vs. New Haven Lost, 9-1, vs. Troy State

Overall Conference 12-7 --12-10 --12-9 --19-9 --12-5 --13-7 8-2 Far West$ 14-11-1 8-2 Far West% 18-5 9-1 Far West$ 20-5 10-0 Far West% 15-8 15-8 Far West% 21-9 8-2 Far West$ 29-9 7-3 Far West% 22-14 7-3 Far West% 2nd place NAIA Tournament 16-14 7-3 Far West 13-10 7-3 Far West 31-9 11-1 Far West% NCAA District Champs 19-15 9-1 Far West% 16-19 6-6 Far West 14-19 6-8 Far West 17-19 12-2 Far West% 23-20 16-5 Far West% 26-20 12-6 Far West% 20-19-2 12-6 Far West% 26-22 12-6 Far West 15-25 7-8 Far West 30-24 13-5 Far West% 21-19 11-4 Far West% 14-29 --- 9-33 --15-31-2 8-10 Far West 19-31 --- 28-22 19-17 Far West 32-18 26-10 Far West

1988 at NCAA West Regional Sacramento, Calif., May 20-22 Won, 12-6, vs. Cal Poly Pomona Won, 13-8, vs. Cal Poly Pomona Won, 9-5, vs. Cal Poly Pomona at NCAA College World Series Montgomery, Ala., May 27-31 Won, 3-0, vs. Jacksonville State Won, 5-3, vs. Lewis University Lost, 9-2, vs. Florida Southern Won, 8-2, vs. Lewis University Lost, 5-4, vs. Florida Southern 1989 at NCAA West Regional San Luis Obispo, Calif., May 19 Lost, 5-4, vs. San Francisco State Lost, 4-3, at Cal Poly 1998 at Big West Tournament Fullerton and Long Beach, Calif., May 14-17 Lost, 8-7, at Long Beach State Won, 6-5, at CS Fullerton

Year Head Coach 1982 John Smith 1983 John Smith 1984 John Smith 1985 John Smith 1986 John Smith 1987 John Smith 1988 John Smith 1989 John Smith 1990 John Smith 1991 John Smith 1992 John Smith 1993 John Smith 1994 John Smith 1995 John Smith 1996 John Smith 1997 John Smith West 1998 John Smith 1999 John Smith 2000 John Smith 2001 John Smith 2002 John Smith 2003 John Smith 2004 John Smith 2005 John Smith 2006 John Smith 2007 John Smith 2008 John Smith 2009 John Smith 2010 Joshn Smith % Won league title $ League co-champion

Overall Conference 27-21 17-16 Far West 22-18 18-14 NCAC 29-21 --41-26 NCAC% NCAA Regionals 42-24 NCAC% NCAA Regional Champions 38-22 --- 43-21 --NCAA Regional Champions 35-18 --- NCAA Regionals Fourth Place 34-25 --- 41-23 --- 32-25 --- 36-22 13-11 WAC 27-29 10-14 WAC 28-26 16-13 WAC 12-43 3-27 WAC 16-39 8-22 Big 25-35 18-39 23-33 24-35 22-34 33-24 29-32 20-36-1 20-37 17-40 24-34 27-27 18-35-1

13-17 Big West 8-22 Big West 15-15 Big West 4-14 Big West 4-20 Big West ------8-16 WAC 10-14 WAC 14-17 WAC 8-14 WAC 7-17 WAC

Won, 15-11, vs. UC Santa Barbara Lost, 24-10, vs. Long Beach State 2006 at Western Athletic Tournament Fresno, Calif. May 25-28 Lost, 10-2, at No. 21 Fresno State Lost, 14-9, vs. Louisiana Tech 2007 at Western Athletic Tournament Reno, Nev. May 24-27 Lost, 10-2, vs. Fresno State Lost, 19-7, vs. Hawai’i 2008 at Western Athletic Tournament Ruston, La. May 22-25 Lost, 3-2, vs. Fresno State Won, 8-5, vs. New Mexico State Lost, 15-5, vs. Nevada

HORNETS AT THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Sacramento State advanced to the Division II College World Series in 1986 and 1988. The 1986 team defeated Cal State Dominguez Hills in the West Regional before posting a 2-2 record at the World Series. The 1988 team swept Cal Poly Pomona in the West Regional and advanced to the championship game before falling to Florida Southern, 5-4. The 1988 team was helped by the play of catcher Gary Brown (26, above) who bowled his way past Lewis in the team’s 5-3 victory.

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POWERS Year Name 1952 Del Bandy 1954 Augie Amorena 1955 J.C. Masters 1957 Bobby Heath Glenn Streete 1961 Dean Andoe Dennis Dittmar 1962 Les Kuhnz 1965 Spider Thomas Danny Lund John Olander 1968 Sonny Dixon Gary Hill 1973 Buster Attebery 1975 Hal Readdick Steve Necoechea 1978 Jesse Flores 1980 Dennis Stowe John Bulleri LASHELLE TARVER 1981 Gary Weinberger (OF) Steve Eakes (SS) Chuck Beard (P) Dave Dunlop (IF/OF) Greg Chin 1982 Gary Weinberger (OF) 1984 Tod Marston (C) Mark Davis (P) Steve Brueggemann (P) 1985 Steve Brueggemann (P) James Nutt 1986 Chris Bennett (P) KEITH BROWN (P) Doug Eastman (OF) Doug Vontz 1987 Dennis Tafoya (P) Scott Selner (IF) Eric Johnson (1B) R. Buffolino (P) Brian Grose (IF) Ried Gunter Shane Jenny Kevin Ohama 1988 Brad Stoltenberg (P) 1989 ERIK BENNETT (P) Bob Blankenship (P) Bill Cramer (C) Eric Bates (P) Mark Gieseke (1B) Mike Frame (P) Quinn Gregory (OF) Pat Jurado (P)

Team Sacramento Solons San Francisco Seals Unknown White Sox Unknown White Sox Kansas City California Boston Yankees St. Louis Kansas City Mets San Francisco Milwaukee Oakland Toronto Oakland Oakland METS Oakland California Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles Montreal Yankees Mets Mets Mets Salt Lake City Philadelphia CINCINNATI Cincinnati Montreal Houston Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Montreal San Francisco Montreal Salt Lake City Yankees CALIFORNIA Cincinnati Montreal Cincinnati San Diego Los Angeles Reno Montreal

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23 24 26 27 FA 29 31 26 31 35 FA 9 21 25 FA 25 26 31 41 FA FA FA FA 45 4 21 27 31 35 FA FA FA

WHEELER Year Name 1990 James Daspit (P) Mike Friedland (C) Jerry Nyman (OF) 1991 Tim Doyle (P) John Quintell (C) Mike Teich (P) Eric Vorbeck (OF) S. Blankenship (SS) Dan Ferreira (3B) Ron Richard (SS) 1992 Gary Wilson (P) 1993 R. DELAMAZA (P) Will Fitzpatrick (1B) Matt Martinez (2B) Todd Hall (SS) Tony Turnbull (C) Mike Kane (P) 1994 Ray Brown (OF) Robert Randall (OF) Steve Thobe (P) 1995 Mike Eby (P) Mike Carpentier (SS) 1996 Kevin Culmo (P) 1997 Harvey Hargrove (2B) 1998 Dan Elorduy (1B/OF) 2000 Chad Elliott (P) Casey Martinez (C) Jesse Krebs (SS) J. McFarland (OF) 2002 Casey Fuller (OF) Jeff Groeger (P) 2003 Chris Kinsey (P) Jesse Schmidt (OF) Mikela Olsen (OF) Steve Correa (P) 2004 Jack Arroyo (IF) Craig Johnson (OF) John Acha (IF) Bret LeVier (IF) 2005 Ethan Katz (RHP) Warren Rosebrock (RHP) 2007 Mitch Lively (RHP) Montana Dye (OF) 2008 Gabe Jacobo (3B) David Flores (3B) Ryan Blair (OF) 2009 Tim Wheeler (CF) Blake Crosby (1B) 2010 Josh Powers

Team Los Angeles Montreal Montreal Oakland Yankees Pittsburgh Los Angeles Milwaukee Salt Lake City Los Angeles Pittsburgh CLEVELAND Pocatello Florida White Sox Florida California Cincinnati Newark Pittsburgh Detroit Los Angeles Los Angeles Seattle Atlanta Mets Toronto Solano Feather River Colorado Cincinnati Arizona Giants Florida Mets Seattle San Diego San Francisco Red Sox Colorado Texas Colorado Chillicothe Angels Houston Cleveland Colorado Oakland Colorado

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS ALL-TIME BASEBALL ROSTER A Abbott, Lance (2008) Abbott, Nate (1994) Acha, John (2003-04) Agundez, John (1987) Anderson, Todd (1985) Anicich, Vince (1980) Areu, Ozzie (1995) Armendariz, John (1983) Arroyo, Jack (2003-04) Ash, Ron (1987-88) Atchue, Seth (2001) Atrat, Kyle (2006) Attebery, Bob (1982) Aubert, Bill (1982) Aure, Kyle (2004) Avilia, Tom (1984-85) Ayers, Andrew (2010-pres.) Axelrod, Tyler (2007) B Baek, Chris (2008-09) Balderramos, A. (1994-95) Ballard, Keith (1980) Ballenger, Brian (1997-98) Ballis, Justin (1999) Balog, Mike (1979) Barba, Tito (2001-02) Barrango, Chris (1995) Barry, Bill (1982) Bassey, Justin (2001) Beall, Vince (1993-94) Beard, Chuck (1980-81) Beauchemin, Jon (1993) Beeman, Jason (1993-94) Bender, Mike (2000-01) Bennett, Chris (1986) Bennett, Erik (1987-89) Berens, Bob (1979) Blair, Ryan (2007-08) Blair, Shea (2004) Blankenship, Bob (1987-88) Blankenship, Shawn (1991) Blauser, Brian (2003-06) Bolton, Jason (1997-98) Bonilla, Steve (1980-81) Borghino, Jeff (1998-99) Bowlin, Chip (1982-83) Boyd, Brian (2007-08) Brackins, Mike (1987-88) Bredy, Steve (1979) Brennan, Chris (1995) Brown, Derek (1994-95) Brown, Gary (1988-90) Brown, Keith (1985-86) Brown, Ray (1993-94) Brown, Ryan (2000-02) Browne, Ryan (2004) Broyles, Scott (1985) Brueggemann, Steve (1985) Brunelli, Nick (1985) Buchman, Scott (1997) Buchta, Nick (2008-09) Buffolino, Rocco (1986-87) Bulleri, John (1979-80) Bunger, Brian (1987) Burns, Chad (1991)

Burns, Erick (1993) Butler, Mike (2000) Byers, Ed (1979) C Caine, Chris (1994-95) Callahan, Terry (1986) Campbell, Bob (1982) Campbell, Matt (2005-06) Canter, Joe (1998) Caraveo, Orlando (1986-87) Carnesecca, Lello (1979) Carpenter, Bob (1981-82) Carpentier, Mike (1993-95) Carruth, Leigh (1994) Carson, Keith (2000-02) Casteel, Brian (1986-87) Celillo, Mario (2001-02) Chamberlin, J. (2010-pres.) Chavez, Chirs (1990) Chevial, Matt (1999) Childers, Bob (1988) Chilton, Jake (2010-pres.) Christian, Mike (1987) Christensen, Marc (1981-82) Christensen, Kyle (2005-06) Chung, Derrick (2008-pres.) Ciani, Bobby (2001-03) Clark, Casey (2000) Conradi, Brian (2005-06) Contreras, Jerry (1980) Cooke, Jeff (1997) Cooper, Erik (1993-94) Corliss, Scott (1991) Cornwell, Conrad (1979-80) Correa, Steve (2003) Cortese, Jim (1985) Craft, Monty (1985-86) Cramer, Bill (1988) Creamer, Kevin (1987-88) Creel, Brandon (2010-pres.) Crosby, Blake (2007-09) Crouch, Aaron (2009) Crump, Bob (1985-86) Cruz, Ron (1985) Cuckovich, Mel (2003-07) Cuckovich, Steve (2000-03) Culmo, Kevin (1996) Cummins, Patrick (2006-07) Curran, Deron (1985-86) D Dalton, Art (1980) Darrah, Jesse (2009-10) Daspit, James (1990) Davis, Mark (1983-84) DeAlba, Jay (1985-86) Decker, Dusty (2002) Dees, Cliff (1982) DeFreece, Chris (1986-87) DeLaMaza, Roland (1993) Dellaserra, Dan (1985) Demé, Justin (2004-06) Denczek, Dan (1985) Diaz, Eric (1979-80) Dillon, Tom (1996) Dixon, Casey (1995)

Dominesse, Mike (1997-98) Donnelly, Tomás (2007) Doria, Dominic (1997-98) Dougherty, Mike (1989-90) Doyle, Tim (1990-91) Dryden, Don (1991) Dubon, Chris (2007) Dunlop, Dave (1982-83) Durham, Eddie (1993) Dye, Montana (2006-07) E Eakes, Steve (1981) Eastman, Doug (1986) Eby, Mike (1993-95) Edwards, Pat (1999-2000) Elrod, Tommy (2008-10) Elliott, Chad (1999-2000) Elorduy, Dan (1995, 97-98) Elorduy, Jeff (1999) Elorduy, Todd (1993-94) Endres, Ron (1979) Ernst, Mike (1986, 88) Escamilla, Brian (1987-90) España, Joe (2008-09) Estrada, Jaime (1996) Evans, Joe (2001-02) F Fadelli, Mike (1991) Farmer, Michael (1993) Felder, Marcus (1988) Feldmann, Jerry (1979) Fernandez, Manny (1993) Ferreira, Dan (1990-91) Ferreira, Greg (1986) Fichtner, Brian (1988) Filice, Brian (2009) Fitzpatrick, Will (1990-93) Flores, David (2005-08) Flowers, Brett (2004-05) Ford, Michael (1998-99) Fraga, Bob (1982-83) Friedland, Mike (1989-90) Frame, Mike (1987-88) Frank, Kris (1995-96) Fregosi, Eric (2008-09) French, Dave (1983) Fuller, Casey (2001-02) Furchner, Steve (1989-90) Furtado, Brian (1994) Furtado, Ken (1982-83) G Gallagher, Ryan (2002) Galvan, Andrew (2010-pres.) Garavaglia, Mike (1979-80) Garcia, Jon (1994-95) Garcia, Paco (1994-95) Garrett, Chris (1990) Gascon, Pete (1997) Gates, Brian (1998) Giacomini, Jeff (2007) Gieseke, Mark (1988-89) Gill, Danny (2002) Gillman, Brian (1997-98) Glorioso, Dan (1980)

Gonzales, Bob (1984-85) Gonzales, Rosendo (1979) Gonzalez, Benny (2001) Gonzalez, Rick (1999-2000) Gonzalez, Tommy (2007) Gracio, Rocky (2003) Grant, Daryl (2001) Grant, Rick (1986) Gregory, Quinn (1988) Groeger, Jeff (2001-02) Grose, Brian (1986-87) Guary, Darnell (2005) Guglielmo, Mike (2010) Gunter, Brad (1996) Gunter, Reid (1987) Guntz, Joe (2003) Gutierrrez, Camilo (1998) Guzman, Vince (1982) H Haase, Bob (1983-85) Hague, Scott (1983) Hall, Brandon (2004-05) Hall, Todd (1992-93) Halpin, Tom (1979) Hambro, Stu (1983) Hankard, John (1982-83) Hannah, Jeff (2007-08) Hansen, Ryan (1998-99) Hansen, Steve (1986-88) Hampton, Jason (2010-pres.) Hargrove, Harvey (1995-97) Harkness, Daniel (1998-99) Haro, Bruce (1993) Harris, Ken (1979) Harris, T.J. (1998-2000) Harrison, Brent (2009) Haselhuhn, Jason (1996) Hassenflug, Mark (1982) Heitz, Greg (1994-96) Hendon, Marshall (2004-05) Henson, Rich (1995-97, 99) Hewitt, Brian (1988-89) Highland, Erik (1996-97) Hinkle, Cliff (2003-05) Hnilo, Andy (2004) Hodgson, Ryan (1998-99) Honeycutt, Clint (2002) Hoover, Bill (1996-99) Hopper, Terry (1988-89) Horigan, Dan (1982-83) Horn, Daryl (1988-89) Hottman, Brent (2008-pres.) Howell, Bernie (1994) Hull, Greg (1983) J Jackson, Aurelio (1998-2001) Jacobo, Gabe (2006-08)) Jennings, Jay (2007-08) Jenny, Shane (1986-87) Jiles, Nick (2006-07) Jenkins, Paul (2007) Johnson, Cecil (1979) Johnson, Craig (2004) Johnson, Eric (1987) Johnson, Gary (2006-07)

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Johnson, Gaylon (1990-93) Johnston, Mike (1985-86) Joseph, Eric (1996) Joy, Mario (1993-94) Joyce, Brian (2007) Joyce, Mick (2004-07) Jurado, Pat (1988-89) Just, Eric (1980) K Kadel, Leonard (1980) Kane, Mike (1993) Kane, Travis (2005-06) Kantz, Gary (1982-83) Kassebaum, Travis (2004-05) Kato, Ryan (1989-90) Katz, Ethan (2004-05) Keiper, Pat (2005-06) Kight, Jeff (1993) King, Brian (1995) King, Richard (1980-81) King, Val (1984) Kinsey, Chris (2001-03) Kinyon, Steve (1982) Kirk, Pat (1994) Kirkman, Travis (2007-08) Kirtlan, Jason (1994-995) Kirtlan, Josh (1993-94) Knighton, Shad (1993) Knop, Mike (1989-90) Knopf, Andy (1990-91) Kobza, Kevin (1985) Konarski, Tim (1987-88) Kraus, Bill (1979) Krebs, Jesse (1999-2000) Kristy, Steve (1990) Kushan, Dave (1991) L Lackey, Dan (1980) Lamb, Justin (2009-pres.) Land, Dan (1983) Larson, Lance (1989-90) Lee, David (1988) Leggins, Dave (1983) Lentini, Vince (1986-87) Lesky, Lorenzo (1987-88) Levin, Josh (2005-06) LeVier, Bret (2002-04) Lilakos, John (1980) Lively, Mitch (2004-07) Livesey, Ken (2005) Longo, Pat (1987) Lowden, Tony (1995) Loynd, Charlie (1985) Loza, Raul (1983) Lunsford, Gary (1989) Lusk, Dave (2000-01) M Machado, Jr., Ronnie (2004-06) Madera, Steve (1982-83) Magee, Ryan (2007-08) Maghan, Tim (2000-01) Maldonado, Rafael (1990-91) Manly, Todd (1991) Marshall, Brandon (1998-99)


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REIMER Marston, Todd (1983-84) Martineau, Greg (1991) Martinez, Al (1981-82) Martinez, Casey (1998-2000) Martinez, Hunter (2008-09) Martinez, Matt (1992-93) Martinez, Raul (1980-82) Marzion, Kevin (2002) Mattson, Ron (1982-83) Mazur, Graham (1997) McCall, Brian (1996-97) McCarthy, Dan (2009-10) McCarthy, John (1986) McCaustlin, John (1990-91) McConlogue, John (1985-86) McCormack, Chris (2002) McDaniel, Roy (1983-84) McFarland, Jimmy (1999-2000) McGuire, Shawn (1997-98) McTaffert, John (1990) Meek, Roy (1985) Melton, Todd (1985) Mendonsa, Kurt (2001) Merin, Ryan (1993-96) Merin, Scott (1997) Mestas, R.J. (1985-86) Meyer, Todd (1986) Mezzaneras, J. (2009-10) Mikenas, Jason (1996) Miller, Blake (2010-pres.) Miranda, Mike (2001) Mirtoni, Matt (1995-96) Moffat, Andy (1993-95) Mohr, Andy (2003-04) Mols, Chris (2003-07) Moore, Jason (1994-95) Mora, Jesse (1997) Mora, Steve (1997) Morales, Buddy (2004-06) Morales, Carlos (2000-01) Myas, Gary (1980) Myers, Matthew (1994) N Nave, Chris (1993-95) Neary, Brian (1983) Nielsen, Matt (2000) Norris, Eric (1982-83) Nunez, AJ (2010-pres.) Nutt, James (1985) Nyman, Jerry (1989-90)

O Oberlin, Wes (2007-08) Ogle, Kevin (1989-90 Ohama, Kevin (1986-87) Olivarria, Mike (1987-88) Olsen, Mikela (2003) Olson, Dave (1986-87) O’Neill, Bob (1985) Orozco, Alvaro (2007-08) Ortega, Eric (2002) Ortiz, Gabriel (1980) Osborne, Mike (1982-83) Otsuka, Ivan (2008-09) P Paine, Trevor (2008-pres.) Painter, David (1979) Paisano, Allen (1998) Pajcin, Vladimir (1991) Parquette, J.R. (1989-90) Pasavento, Ken (1997) Paulk, Dave (1991) Payne, Josh (1997-98) Pearce, Gregg (1993) Pechter, Howard (1990-91) Penbera, Michael (19992001) Perkinson, Lee (1979) Perrin, John (1986) Perry, Robert (1994) Pesavento, Ken (1996) Peterson, Sam (1986) Pierce, Jeremy (1998) Pikas, Charles (1994, 97) Plouffe, Marshall (2001-05) Pope, Brad (1991) Portugal, Chris (1993) Potulny, Matt (1982-83) Powell, Aaron (2003) Powell, George (1987) Powers, Josh (2009-pres.) Prieto, Omar (1998-99) Proud, Jeff (1999-2000) Pruett, David (1996-97) Q Quintell, Jason (1994-97) Quintell, John (1990-91) R Rainey, Davell (1982-83) Rakela, Adam (2001) Ramirez, Jose (2008-10)

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Randall, Robert (1990-93) Reading, Cori (1980) Reali, Kevin (1990-91) Rebensdorf, D. (1986-87) Reed, Kris (1996-98) Reimer, Tim (2002-03) Richard, Ron (1991) Ridenhour, Bob (1979-82) Rincon, Everet (2002-06) Ripplinger, Mike (1988) Rivera, Angel (1980) Rivera, Willie (1994-95) Robart, Ron (1991) Robinson, Joey (2000-01) Rodgers, Toby (1994) Rodgers, Trevor (1990-91) Rodriguez, Mark (1997-98) Roe, Don (1986) Rosebrock, Warren (2002-05) Roses, Guillermo (1988) Roth, Jeff (2008-09) Roussey, Ben (1996-98) Rumelhart, Jim (1979) Russell, Ron (1979) S Sabatke, Tyler (1997) Salvemini, Anthony (1999) Samuels, Geoff (1989-90) Sarraf, Cyrus (2006-07) Sandoval, Brandon (2008-pres.) Santiago, Pedro (2002-05) Santillano, George (1985) Schlager, John (2006-07) Segal, Alan (1979) Sellner, Scott (1987) Schields, Mike (1984-85) Schmidt, Jesse (2003) Schuler, Joshua (1998-99) Schuseizer, Steve (1988) Schwarze, Chris (1995) Sciola, Tony (1996) Sheets, Jim (1981-82) Shotwell, Dan (1982-83) Siino, Jeff (1983) Silvan, Bill (1989-90) Simpson, Casey (1990-91) Sinacori, Billy (2004-07) Sloss, Dale (1986) Smallcomb, Kevin (1981-82) Smith, Brian (2008-09) Smith, Dan (2003) Smith, Justin (1994)

Souza, Kui (1993-94) Spears, Rich (1985) Spurling, Devin (2006-07) Standart, Bill (1980) Stark, Terry (1982-83) Stelzriede, Renecke (2003-04) Stinson, Doug (2008) Stoltenberg, Brad (1987-88) Stoneking, Ralph (1979) Stowe, Dennis (1979-80) Strombach, Jim (2003-06) Stunza, Carl (1985) Sturges, Brian (1993-95) Sullivan, Sean (1991) Swafford, Dan (1995-96) T Taber, Jim (1988) Tafoya, Dennis (1987) Taku, Alex (2009) Tanigawa, Brett (2004-08) Tarver, Lashelle (1980) Taylor, Eddie (1996-97) Taylor, Jon (2009) Teich, Mike (1991) Thobe, Steven (1994) Thomas, Buddy (1983-84) Thurman, Doug (1990-91) Tibbetts, Scott (1990) Todd, Logan (2010-pres.) Torres, Memo (1987) Travale, John (1979-80) Tubb, Dustin (1998-99) Turnbull, Tony (1990-93) Turner, Dave (2001-02) Twitchell, Jim (1987-88)

Weber, Andy (2000) Weeks, Robbie (1993) Weglin, Corey (2008) Weinberger, Gary (1981-82) Weiss, Mike (2008-09) Wells, Omar (1990) Welpott, Doug (1988) West, Jimmy (1999-2000) Wheeler, James (2003-06) Wheeler, Tim (2007-09) White, Josh (2007) White, Kevin (1983) White, Mike (1994-95) Williams, Cory (2000-01) Williams, Mark (1996-97) Willis, Chris (1995-96) Wilson, Gary (1990-92) Wilson, Matt (2002-05) Y Yackovich, Brian (1981-82) York, Trevor (2007-10) Young, Kirby (2010-pres.) Z Zalasky, Pat (1993) Zancanelli, Gary (1987) Zancaner, Todd (1995-98) Zankich, Kris (1995-97) Zuccaro, Dan (1979) The all-time roster dates back to 1979

V Van Camp, Marc (1979) Van Schaack, Chris (1985) Vance, John (1991) Veiga, Mark (1985) Vetter, Dan (1994-95) Villegas, David (1988) Visger, Shawn (1998-99) Vontz, Doug (1985-86) Vorbeck, Eric (1990-91) W Wagner, Eric (1991) Walker, Joel (1997-98) Watanabe, Taylor (2004-08) Watts, Corey (2003)

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2/2 2/7 2/8 2/8 2/9 2/11 2/11 2/12 2/14 2/22 2/25 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/9 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3.28 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/16 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/29 5/1 5/1 5/6 5/15 5/16 5/16 5/17 5/23 5/25 5/26 5/26

1986 Overall: 42-24 Coach: John Smith UC Davis W, 7-6 Chico State L, 5-4 Stanislaus St. L, 5-3 Stanislaus St. T, 6-6 UC Davis W, 11-5 Nevada W, 4-0 Nevada W, 3-2 at UC Davis L, 4-2 Chico State L, 9-3 at Chico State W, 4-3 at San Francisco St. W, 15-3 at San Francisco St. W, 11-4 San Francisco St. W, 12-11 Sonoma State W, 8-2 at Sonoma State W, 6-3 at Sonoma State W, 6-0 Oregon State W, 4-3 Oregon State L, 1-0 at UC Davis L, 7-3 San Francisco L, 7-6 at Pacific L, 4-6 Pacific W, 17-5 Pacific W, 3-1 at San Francisco W, 6-2 vs. Hawai’i Pacific W, 10-6 vs. Waseda W, 12-2 vs. Georgia Tech L, 4-3 vs. Santa Clara W, 8-1 at Hawai’i L, 18-4 at Hawai’i W, 4-2 vs. Waseda W, 4-2 vs. Hawai’i Pacific W, 5-4 CS Hayward W, 7-0 California W, 4-3 LaVerne W, 2-1 LaVerne W, 10-3 at Pepperdine W, 2-1 at Pepperdine W, 6-5 at CS Los Angeles W, 15-6 Sonoma State W, 5-1 at Loyola Marymount L, 14-8 at Loyola Marymount W, 8-6 at Loyola Marymount L,13-3 Oregon Tech W, 7-2 Oregon Tech L, 3-2 at Saint Mary’s W, 7-0 Saint Mary’s W, 6-5 Saint Mary’s L, 4-3 UC Davis W, 10-5 US International L, 5-2 US International L, 6-4 US International L, 5-4 at Santa Clara L, 6-4 Chico State W, 8-2 Chico State W, 8-2 at Fresno State L, 5-4 CS Dom. Hills W, 12-8 CS Dom. Hills W, 7-1 CS Dom. Hills L, 7-2 CS Dom. Hills W, 14-7 vs. Tampa W, 14-12 vs. Columbus L, 6-5 vs. New Haven W, 9-4 vs. Troy State L, 9-1

1987 Overall: 38-22 Coach: John Smith 1/31 at Chico State L, 5-3 1/31 at Chico State L, 5-3 2/1 San Jose State L, 15-0 2/1 San Jose State W, 9-1 2/3 Chico State W, 9-3 2/6 UC Davis W, 7-3 2/7 at UC Davis W, 7-3 2/7 at UC Davis L,9-6 2/14 CS Los Angeles W, 2-0 2/14 CS Los Angeles W, 3-0 2/15 CS Los Angeles L, 8-4 2/17 San Francisco W, 7-2 2/18 CS Hayward W, 6-5 2/21 at Santa Clara L, 3-2 2/21 at Santa Clara W, 10-9 2/22 Santa Clara W, 6-5 2/24 at San Francisco W, 7-2 2/27 Sonoma State W, 7-5 2/28 at Sonoma State W, 5-3 2/28 at Sonoma State L, 5-1 3/3 at San Jose State L, 1-0 3/7 at Oregon State W, 13-12 3/7 at Oregon State W, 6-5 3/8 at Oregon Tech W, 16-4 3/8 at Oregon Tech W, 12-1 3/10 San Francisco St. L, 11-9 3/14 San Jose State W, 9-8 3/15 Nevada L , 14-2 3/18 at CS Hayward L, 8-5 3/21 Pacific W, 10-4 3/22 at Pacific L, 7-3 3/22 at Pacific L, 5-3 3/26 Air Force W, 16-3 3/28 Pepperdine W, 4-2 3/29 Pepperdine L,10-6 3/31 at San Francisco St. L, 2-6 4/3 at CS Northridge W, 12-8 4/4 at CS Northridge L, 7-4 4/4 at CS Northridge L, 9-8 4/7 at California L, 6-5 4/11 at Saint Mary’s W, 9-6 4/12 Saint Mary’s W, 6-4 4/12 Saint Mary’s W, 5-4 4/15 Santa Clara W, 12-4 4/16 LaVerne W, 5-4 4/16 LaVerne W, 16-4 4/17 LaVerne W, 14-4 4/17 LaVerne W, 7-5 4/21 Nevada W, 9-2 4/24 at UC San Diego W, 5-4 4/25 at UC San Diego L, 9-5 4/26 at US International L, 8-0 4/26 at US International L, 7-1 4/28 UC Davis W, 16-6 5/1 Southern Utah W, 8-7 5/1 Southern Utah W, 5-1 5/2 Southern Utah W, 9-2 5/2 Southern Utah W, 5-2 5/4 at Stanford L,11-3 5/5 at Stanislaus St. W, 12-9

1988 Overall: 43-21 Coach: John Smith 2/5 Chico State W, 7-1 2/6 Chico State L, 6-2/W, 3-0 2/9 at Menlo College W, 24-8 2/10 California L, 7-2 2/12 at UC Davis W, 6-4 2/13 UC Davis W, 12-0/W, 6-0 2/16 Menlo College W, 15-5 2/19 at CS Hayward W, 10-4 2/20 CS Hayward W, 8-0 2/20 CS Hayward W, 8-0 2/23 at UC Davis L, 3-6 2/27 Sonoma State W, 13-7 2/27 Sonoma State L, 5-4 3/1 at Saint Mary’s W, 8-7 3/5 CS Northridge W, 9-5 3/5 CS Northridge W, 7-6 3/6 CS Northridge L, 7-4 3/8 at Sonoma State W, 3-1 3/11 Oregon Tech W, 15-1 3/11 Oregon Tech W, 7-0 3/12 Oregon Tech W, 10-2 3/12 Oregon Tech W, 14-1 3/15 at UC Davis L, 7-6 3/20 Concordia W, 10-3 3/20 Oregon State W, 10-9 3/21 Warner Pacific W, 4-2 3/22 at CS Hayward W, 10-3 3/24 Pacific W, 8-7 3/25 at Pacific W, 5-3 3/25 at Pacific L, 3-2 3/28 at Columbus (Ohio) L, 6-5 3/29 Troy State L,13-8 3/30 Livingston St. L, 5-3 3/31 West Georgia W, 8-7 3/31 Columbus College L, 2-1 4/1 Columbus College W, 15-2 4/5 UC Davis W, 9-0 4/9 at Santa Clara L, 11-2 4/9 at Santa Clara L,11-3 4/10 Santa Clara L, 6-1 4/12 at Chico State W, 9-8 4/15 at San Francisco L, 8-6 4/16 San Francisco W, 13-9 4/24 at Pepperdine L, 4-3 4/24 at Pepperdine L, 5-3 4/27 Pacific W, 9-4 4/30 Saint Mary’s W, 5-4 4/30 Saint Mary’s W, 4-3 5/1 at Saint Mary’s W, 10-2 5/5 at Southern Utah W, 2-0 5/5 at Southern Utah W, 5-4 5/6 at Southern Utah L, 6-2 5/6 at Southern Utah L, 5-3 5/20 Cal Poly Pomona* W, 12-6 5/21 Cal Poly Pomona* W, 13-8 5/21 Cal Poly Pomona* W, 9-5 5/22 Cal Poly Pomona* W, 4-2 5/27 Jacksonville St.# W, 3-0 5/29 Lewis University# W, 5-3 5/30 Florida Southern# L, 9-2 5/30 Lewis University# W, 8-2 5/31 Florida Southern# L, 5-4 * NCAA Regionals (Champions) # NCAA Championships (Runners-up)

1989 Overall: 35-18 Coach: John Smith 1/23 at Hawai’i Pacific W, 5-4 1/24 at Hawai’i Pacific W, 11-6 2/1 UC Davis W, 12-8 2/7 Saint Mary’s L, 1-0 2/10 Chico State W, 5-2 2/11 at Chico State W, 15-1 2/11 at Chico State W, 5-2 2/12 Idaho College W, 7-4 2/13 Idaho College W, 5-4 (11) 2/17 UC Davis W, 6-1 2/18 at UC Davis W, 8-6 2/22 CS Hayward W, 8-1 2/22 CS Hayward W, 8-1 2/25 at Sonoma State W, 3-1 2/25 at Sonoma State L, 4-2 2/26 Oregon State W, 7-3 2/27 Oregon State L, 5-4 3/3 Nevada W, 5-0 3/4 Nevada L, 7-2 3/12 at San Jose State L, 5-4 (10) 3/14 at San Francisco St. W, 7-5 3/17 at Pacific W, 4-0 3/19 at Pacific W, 10-1 3/20 Washington L, 10-5 3/21 Warner Pacific W, 15-8 3/22 Columbus College W, 5-2 3/23 at Santa Clara W, 10-6 3/29 at UC Davis W, 12-4 4/1 Oregon Tech L, 5-1 4/1 Oregon Tech W, 7-3 4/2 Oregon Tech W, 8-1 4/2 Oregon Tech W, 9-4 4/4 Sonoma State L, 6-5 4/5 at CS Hayward L, 12-11 4/8 Santa Clara W, 6-2 4/8 Santa Clara L, 10-2 4/9 at Santa Clara L, 5-0 4/11 at California W, 7-4 4/14 San Francisco L, 9-3 4/15 at San Francisco W, 6-0 4/18 Chico State W, 8-4 4/22 at CS Northridge L, 2-1 (11) 4/23 at CS Northridge W, 4-1 4/29 at Saint Mary’s L, 4-1 4/29 at Saint Mary’s W, 3-1(11) 4/30 Saint Mary’s L, 8-0 5/3 Pacific W, 10-9 5/8 Pacific W, 3-0 5/9 San Jose State W, 6-3 5/12 Cal Poly L, 11-2 5/13 Cal Poly W, 5-3 5/19 San Francisco St.* L, 5-4 5/19 Cal Poly* L, 4-3 * NCAA Regionals at San Luis Obispo

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1990 Overall: 34-25 Coach: John Smith CS Hayward W, 13-2 at CS Hayward W, 5-2 at Stanford W, 9-1 Chico State W, 9-4 at Chico State W, 1-0 at Chico State L, 5-4 (9) UC Santa Barbara L, 6-4 (10) UC Santa Barbara W, 6-3 at Stanislaus St. W, 18-9 UC Davis L, 5-1 UC Davis W, 2-1 (8) Stanislaus St. W, 9-4 Stanislaus St. W, 1-0 Oregon State W, 6-2 Santa Clara L, 5-3 at San Jose State L, 8-4 at San Jose State L, 4-3 (10) at Chico State W, 6-4 Pacific W, 5-4 Portland W, 7-1 at UC Davis W, 7-6 at US International L, 13-6 at San Diego St. L, 15-5 at San Diego St. L, 5-0 at San Diego St. W, 4-3 at California L, 6-2 at Santa Clara L, 10-5 San Francisco W, 8-2 San Francisco L, 11-5 CS Northridge L, 9-7 Sonoma State L, 8-2 San Diego W, 7-1 San Diego W, 11-10 at San Francisco L, 5-3 at UC Davis W, 7-4 (12) at Pacific W, 2-1 at Pacific L, 2-1 Mercer College# W, 10-3 at Samford W, 12-11 at Columbus College W, 5-2 Mercer College# W, 12-7 at Columbus College L, 7-1 Florida A&M W, 10-7 UC Davis W, 14-0 UC Davis W, 15-6 at Sonoma State W, 5-2 at Nevada L, 13-4 at Nevada L, 19-9 at Nevada L, 9-7 Pacific W, 7-1 at Saint Mary’s W, 7-0 at Saint Mary’s W, 13-5 Saint Mary’s L, 8-2 Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 California W, 8-7 at UCLA L, 9-7 at UCLA L, 13-5 at US International L, 2-1 Santa Clara W, 7-2 # at Columbus, Georgia

1991 Overall: 41-23 Coach: John Smith 2/3 at UC Davis W, 9-5 2/4 at Chico State W, 6-4 2/6 UC Davis W, 8-3 2/9 at UC Santa Barbara W, 8-4 2/10 at Cal Poly L, 9-8 2/12 CS Hayward W, 8-4 2/13 at Pacific W, 2-0 2/16 UC Irvine L, 3-2 2/16 UC Irvine L, 7-6 2/17 UC Irvine W, 7-4 2/19 at Stanford W, 12-10 2/21 Saint Mary’s L, 15-9 2/23 Southern Utah W, 19-1 2/23 Southern Utah W, 7-2 2/24 Southern Utah W, 10-5 2/26 at Saint Mary’s W, 17-5 3/8 at Long Beach State L, 13-11 3/9 at Long Beach State L, 7-6 3/10 at Long Beach State L, 13-3 3/12 Samford W, 9-2 3/13 Samford (at UCD) W, 3-2 3/14 Samford W, 6-2 3/15 Samford L, 6-5 (13) 3/16 Pacific W, 11-7 3/16 Pacific W, 6-2 3/18 Cal Poly Pomona W, 12-3 3/19 Oregon State W, 8-6 3/22 vs. Washington St.* W, 5-1 3/23 vs. Lewis & Clark* L, 6-0 (7) 3/24 vs. Hawai’i* L, 7-6 (12) 3/25 vs. Portland St.* L, 5-2 3/26 vs. Hawai’i-Hilo* L, 6-5 (14) 3/27 vs. Davidson College* W, 4-0 3/28 vs. Wichita St.* L, 3-2 3/29 vs. Hawai’i-Hilo* W, 11-0 (7) 3/30 vs. Davidson College* W, 4-3 4/2 CS Stanislaus L, 2-0 4/6 at Santa Clara L, 8-2 4/6 at Santa Clara L, 6-3 4/7 Santa Clara L, 7-2 4/9 at Nevada W, 9-4 4/11 Chico State W, 11-0 4/11 Chico State W, 3-1 4/14 CS Hayward W, 10-2 4/14 Saint Mary’s W, 16-5 4/16 UC Davis W, 5-3 4/17 Sonoma State W, 12-4 4/19 USF W, 7-4 4/21 at USF W, 11-6 4/22 California W, 8-4 4/27 Nevada L, 6-5 4/27 Nevada W, 2-1 4/28 Nevada W, 9-3 4/30 at Stan. St. W, 15-11 (11) 5/1 at USF L, 7-5 5/4 at CS Northridge L, 9-11 (10) 5/4 at CS Northridge L, 0-4 5/5 at CS Northridge W, 4-2 5/8 at Saint Mary’s W, 15-12 5/10 Grand Canyon W, 6-3 5/11 Grand Canyon W, 5-2 5/13 Saint Mary’s L, 6-11 5/15 Stanford W, 9-8 5/18 CS Northridge L, 13-7 * at Hawai’i Rainbow Tournament

2/2 2/5 2/8 2/8 2/10 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/25 2/28 2/29 3/1 3/3 3/8 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/14 3/17 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/28 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/13 5/13 5/15

1992 Overall: 32-25 Coach: John Smith Stanislaus St. W, 5-2 at Stanford L, 6-5 Santa Clara W, 8-7 Santa Clara W, 6-2 (6) at UC Davis L, 10-3 Long Beach State L, 12-1 Long Beach State L, 4-1 Long Beach State L, 17-4 at Saint Mary’s W, 11-10 at Hawai’i L, 9-8 (11) at Hawai’i L, 8-4 at Hawai’i L, 16-1 California L, 7-6 Chico State W, 7-2 Chico State W, 6-5 at Santa Clara W, 7-4 at Santa Clara W, 7-6 San Diego St. L, 8-5 San Diego St. L, 3-2 at UC Davis L, 9-6 Oregon State L, 14-6 Oregon State W, 4-3 Oregon State W, 6-3 at San Francisco W, 9-2 Southern Utah W, 17-0 Southern Utah W, 14-1 Southern Utah W, 12-5 Southern Utah W, 20-3 Southern Utah W, 2-1 at California W, 6-1 Grand Canyon W, 10-9 (10) Grand Canyon W, 10-3 Grand Canyon W, 8-1 Grand Canyon W, 5-4 San Francisco W, 11-6 at UC Irvine W, 7-0 at UC Irvine W, 7-2 (7) at UC Irvine L, 16-10 (7) at Chapman L, 3-2 at Nevada L, 8-5 Saint Mary’s W, 10-5 Saint Mary’s L, 2-1 at CS Hayward W, 10-1 Pacific W, 6-4 at CS Northridge L, 10-7 (11) at CS Northridge L, 8-7 at CS Northridge W, 5-4 (10) UC Davis L, 9-8 (10) at San Jose State L, 4-1 San Jose State L, 8-2 Stanford L, 5-4 at Pacific W, 7-4 UCLA L, 5-2 UCLA W, 10-7 Nevada L, 10-2 Nevada W, 3-1 at Pacific W, 6-1

1993 Overall: 36-22, WAC: 13-11 Coach: John Smith 2/11 at UC Davis W, 2-0 2/13 at Saint Mary’s L, 7-2 2/13 at Saint Mary’s W, 19-8 2/14 Saint Mary’s W, 4-2 2/15 at Santa Clara L, 4-3 2/16 UC Davis W, 12-11 2/22 at UC Santa Barbara W, 4-1 2/27 UC Santa Barbara# W, 11-7 2/27 Oregon State# L, 8-6 2/28 California# W, 5-1 2/28 Oregon State W, 10-9 3/2 Valparaiso W, 13-0 3/3 at Nevada W, 17-11 3/5 CS Northridge* W, 4-3 3/6 CS Northridge* W, 5-4 3/7 CS Northridge* L, 10-3 3/9 at San Francisco W, 17-3 3/12 San Diego St.* W, 9-5 3/13 San Diego St.* W, 2-0 3/14 San Diego St.* W, 10-9 3/16 Nevada L, 10-5 3/19 Utah W, 8-5 3/20 Oregon State (at SJSU) L, 7-1 3/20 at San Jose State L, 14-7 3/21 at San Jose State L, 17-9 3/22 Stanford W, 11-3 3/27 at CS Northridge* W, 7-4 3/29 at CS Northridge* L, 2-1 3/29 at CS Northridge* L, 7-0 3/31 at California L, 5-0 4/2 at Fresno State* L, 5-3 4/3 at Fresno State* L, 14-1 4/4 at Fresno State* W, 13-9 4/6 Santa Clara W, 10-9 4/10 Hawai’i* L, 6-2 4/10 Hawai’i* W, 4-1 4/12 Hawai’i* L, 13-5 4/13 Pacific L, 8-3 4/14 San Francisco W, 4-2 4/16 at San Diego St.* W, 14-7 4/17 at San Diego St.* W, 6-5 4/18 at San Diego St.* W, 12-7 4/20 Saint Mary’s W, 8-5 4/23 at Long Beach State L, 10-9 4/24 at Long Beach State L, 18-4 4/25 at Long Beach State W, 6-1 4/27 at Pacific W, 8-7 4/30 Fresno State* L, 12-7 5/1 Fresno State* L, 9-5 5/2 Fresno State* W, 8-5 5/4 Santa Clara W, 6-4 5/7 at Hawai’i* L, 10-5 5/8 at Hawai’i* L, 7-1 5/9 at Hawai’i* W, 11-1 5/14 Southern Utah W, 9-3 5/15 Southern Utah W, 4-0 5/15 Southern Utah W, 5-1 5/16 Southern Utah W, 14-2 #-Sacramento Baseball Classic * WAC games

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1994 Overall: 27-29, WAC: 10-14 Coach: John Smith 2/5 Santa Clara L, 5-3 2/11 UC Santa Barbara W, 13-7 2/12 UC Santa Barbara L, 9-7 2/12 UC Santa Barbara W, 11-6 2/15 at Stanford W, 7-0 2/16 Wyoming W, 21-7 2/18 Washington ST. W, 11-6 2/23 UC Davis L, 12-6 2/25 Saint Mary’s W, 10-1 2/27 at Saint Mary’s L, 10-4 3/2 at Santa Clara L, 4-3 3/4 Oregon State L, 5-0 3/4 Portland W, 6-5 3/5 Oregon State W, 9-8 3/6 Portland W, 12-4 3/8 Nevada L, 15-6 3/11 at Fresno State* L, 7-6 3/12 at Fresno State* L, 6-2 3/13 at Fresno State* W , 9-0 3/15 Arizona L, 10-4 3/16 Arizona W, 25-8 3/18 CS Northridge* W, 10-6 3/19 CS Northridge* L, 10-7 3/20 CS Northridge* W, 17-8 3/22 at California L, 7-6 3/25 San Diego St.* L, 15-11 3/26 San Diego St.* L, 14-7 3/27 San Diego St.* L, 12-10 3/28 at Saint Mary’s L, 12-5 4/1 at Hawai’i* W, 5-3 4/2 at Hawai’i* W, 7-5 4/3 at Hawai’i* L, 5-4 4/10 UC Davis W, 8-5 4/11 at Santa Clara L, 6-3 4/13 at San Francisco W, 8-3 4/15 Fresno State* W, 4-3 4/16 Fresno State* L, 7-2 4/17 Fresno State* W, 21-13 4/19 San Francisco L, 9-8 4/20 Chico State W, 3-1 4/22 at CS Northridge* W, 9-0 4/23 at CS Northridge* L, 7-6 4/24 at CS Northridge* W, 14-6 4/26 California W, 3-2 4/27 at Pacific L, 11-10 4/30 at Stanford W, 8-5 5/1 Stanford W, 14-3 5/3 at Nevada W, 11-1 5/4 Pacific L, 10-9 5/7 Hawai’i* L, 6-5 5/7 Hawai’i* L, 11-3 5/8 Hawai’i* L, 7-3 5/10 Santa Clara L, 11-6 5/13 at San Diego St.* L, 8-7 5/16 at San Diego St.* L, 10-3 5/16 at San Diego St.* W, 4-2 * WAC games

1995 Overall: 28-26, WAC: 16-13 Coach: John Smith 1/31 at California L, 6-2 2/2 Saint Mary’s L, 2-1 2/4 Saint Mary’s W, 10-5 2/5 Chico State W, 4-2 2/7 at Stanford L, 7-4 2/10 at UC Santa Barbara W, 7-5 2/11 at UC Santa Barbara L, 9-8 2/12 at UC Santa Barbara L, 4-3 2/14 at Saint Mary’s L, 7-3 2/17 Washington St. W, 9-8 2/18 Washington St. W, 6-0 2/22 Nevada L, 10-5 2/25 UC Davis W, 9-8 2/26 at UC Davis W, 5-4 2/27 UC Davis W, 4-3 3/4 at San Jose State L, 13-10 3/5 San Jose State W, 7-2 3/5 San Jose State W, 7-0 3/12 at San Diego St.* L, 7-6 3/13 at San Diego St.* L, 4-3 3/13 at San Diego St.* L, 11-1 3/17 CS Northridge* W, 6-1 3/19 CS Northridge* W, 17-6 3/19 CS Northridge* W, 13-3 3/25 Cal Poly* L, 7-6 3/26 Cal Poly* W, 2-0 3/26 Cal Poly* W, 9-1 3/28 at Santa Clara L, 7-1 3/31 Fresno State* W, 4-3 4/1 Fresno State* L, 5-1 4/2 Fresno State* L, 4-1 4/4 at UC Davis L, 4-3 4/5 San Francisco St. L, 11-13 4/7 at Hawai’i* L, 6-5 4/8 at Hawai’i* L, 2-1 4/9 at Hawai’i* W, 14-8 4/14 at CS Northridge* L, 10-4 4/15 at CS Northridge* W, 13-9 4/21 San Diego St.* W, 5-4 4/22 San Diego St.* W, 10-5 4/23 San Diego St.* L, 16-2 4/25 California L, 11-10 4/26 Santa Clara W, 8-7 4/28 at Cal Poly* L, 2-1 4/29 at Cal Poly* W, 4-3 4/30 at Cal Poly* L, 3-0 5/2 Pacific L, 3-1 5/4 Hawai’i* W, 3-2 5/5 Hawai’i* W, 9-3 5/6 Hawai’i* W, 2-0 5/8 Stanford W, 8-6 5/12 Fresno State* W, 3-2 5/13 at Fresno State* L, 8-7 5/14 Fresno State* W, 6-4 * WAC games

1996 Overall: 12-43, WAC: 3-27 Coach: John Smith 1/26 Cal Poly* L, 7-4 1/28 Cal Poly* L, 11-6 2/1 Chico State L, 13-10 2/3 San Francisco L, 9-4 2/7 Stanford L, 5-3 2/9 UC Santa Barbara W, 7-6 2/10 UC Santa Barbara L, 8-5 (11) 2/11 UC Santa Barbara L, 6-3 2/13 Santa Clara W, 8-7 2/16 at Grand Canyon L, 11-6 2/17 at Grand Canyon W, 11-9 (12) 2/18 at Grand Canyon L, 6-5 2/23 San Jose State W, 11-9 2/24 San Jose State L, 9-2 2/24 Saint Mary’s W, 8-0 2/25 at San Jose State L, 3-2 3/1 Hawai’i* L, 8-5 (11) 3/2 Hawai’i* L, 5-4 3/6 at UC Davis L, 3-0 3/8 at San Diego St. L, 16-2 3/9 at San Diego St. L, 7-6 3/10 at San Diego St. L, 5-3 3/15 at Santa Clara L, 1-0 3/16 at Santa Clara W, 6-5 3/17 Santa Clara L, 11-4 3/19 at Saint Mary’s W, 4-2 3/22 CS Northridge* L, 13-4 3/23 CS Northridge* L, 18-6 3/24 CS Northridge* L, 7-6 (10) 3/27 at California L, 18-4 3/29 at Fresno State* L, 6-2 3/30 at Fresno State* L, 9-1 3/31 at Fresno State* L, 9-4 4/3 Hawai’i* W, 16-9 4/5 at Hawai’i* L, 7-3 4/6 at Hawai’i* L, 15-6 4/7 at Hawai’i* L, 9-8 4/12 San Diego St.* L, 9-1 4/13 San Diego St.* W, 4-3 (10) 4/14 San Diego St.* L, 5-4 4/16 at Stanford L, 4-3 4/19 at Cal Poly* L, 6-2 4/20 at Cal Poly* L, 9-7 4/20 at Cal Poly* L, 12-1 4/21 at Cal Poly* W, 6-4 4/23 Nevada L, 11-4 4/26 Fresno State* L, 10-0 4/27 Fresno State* L, 4-2 4/28 Fresno State* L, 5-3 4/30 at Nevada L, 20-3 5/3 at CS Northridge* L, 19-5 5/4 at CS Northridge* L, 9-0 5/5 at CS Northridge* L, 4-2 5/7 at Pacific W, 10-7 (10) 5/8 UC Davis W, 13-6 * WAC games

1997 Overall: 16-39, Big West 8-22 Coach: John Smith 1/30 Southern Utah W, 8-7 2/1 at San Francisco L, 10-5 2/1 at San Francisco W, 9-6 2/2 San Francisco W, 4-3 2/6 Chico State L , 7-6 2/7 CS Northridge L, 9-8 (12) 2/8 CS Northridge L, 14-6 2/12 Santa Clara L, 3-2 2/15 Oregon State W, 2-0 2/15 Oregon State L, 18-6 2/16 Oregon State L, 8-5 2/17 Washington St. W, 17-5 2/22 at CS Northridge L, 14-3 2/22 at CS Northridge L, 20-4 2/23 at CS Northridge L, 9-8 2/25 Stanford L, 18-4 3/1 Saint Mary’s L, 12-7 3/1 Saint Mary’s W, 7-3 3/4 at Saint Mary’s L, 5-2 3/7 at Pacific* L, 6-0 3/8 Pacific* W, 6-5 3/8 Rhode Island W, 31-3 3/9 at Pacific* L, 20-3 3/11 at UC Davis L, 16-4 3/14 Nevada* L, 10-3 3/15 Nevada* L, 7-6 3/16 Nevada* L, 8-5 3/21 at New Mexico St.* L, 9-5 3/22 at New Mexico St.* W, 13-11 3/23 at New Mexico St.* W, 19-16 3/27 at Long Beach State* L, 22-3 3/28 at Long Beach State* L, 4-3 3/29 at Long Beach State* L, 10-3 4/2 UC Davis W, 14-7 4/4 CS Fullerton* L, 9-5 4/5 CS Fullerton* L, 4-0 4/6 CS Fullerton* W, 10-9 (12) 4/11 Pacific* L, 3-2 (10) 4/12 at Pacific* L, 9-5 4/13 Pacific* W, 7-6 4/15 at California L, 7-3 4/18 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 15-5 4/19 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 9-7 4/20 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 15-6 4/22 at Stanford L, 9-3 4/25 Cal Poly* L, 17-9 4/26 Cal Poly* L, 16-7 4/27 Cal Poly* W, 13-11 5/2 at Nevada* L, 6-5 5/3 at Nevada* L, 23-3 5/4 at Nevada* L, 15-22 5/6 California L, 15-8 5/9 New Mexico St.* L, 11-4 5/10 New Mexico St.* W, 19-11 5/11 New Mexico St.* W, 12-6 * Big West games

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2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1998 Overall: 25-35, Big West: 15-19 Coach: John Smith 1/22 at Hawai’i L, 20-9 1/23 at Hawai’i L, 15-5 1/24 at Hawai’i L, 7-5 1/30 San Francisco W, 12-11 2/9 at Chico State L, 12-7 2/12 at CS Northridge L, 12-11 2/13 at Pepperdine W, 6-5 2/15 at Pepperdine W, 7-3 2/15 at Pepperdine L, 11-1 2/17 at UC Davis L, 10-3 2/18 Chico State L, 11-6 2/20 at San Jose State L, 6-2 2/20 at San Jose State L, 12-8 2/22 San Jose State W, 10-6 2/24 at Fresno State L, 10-3 2/28 Saint Mary’s W, 2-1 2/28 Saint Mary’s W, 5-4 3/1 Saint Mary’s L, 17-13 3/4 California L, 15-5 3/6 Pacific* W, 10-2 3/7 at Pacific* L, 17-4 3/8 Pacific* L, 6-2 3/13 Nevada* L, 14-9 3/14 Nevada* W, 13-10 3/15 Nevada* W, 11-6 3/17 at San Francisco W, 10-9 3/20 New Mexico St.* W, 13-7 3/21 New Mexico St.* W, 6-5 3/22 New Mexico St.* W, 11-6 3/24 Santa Clara L, 9-5 3/27 at CS Fullerton* W, 9-4 3/28 at CS Fullerton* L, 15-6 3/29 at CS Fullerton* L, 9-4 4/1 UC Davis W, 13-2 4/4 Long Beach State* L, 19-10 4/4 Long Beach State* L, 14-6 4/5 Long Beach State* L, 18-7 4/8 at Santa Clara W, 8-6 4/9 at Cal Poly* L, 6-3 4/10 at Cal Poly* L, 6-5 4/12 at Cal Poly* W, 10-8 4/14 at Stanford L, 12-2 4/17 UC Santa Barbara* W, 10-7 4/18 UC Santa Barbara* L, 8-5 4/19 UC Santa Barbara* W, 7-6 4/21 Fresno State L, 6-5 4/24 at Pacific* L, 13-10 4/25 Pacific* W, 23-9 4/26 at Pacific* W, 16-3 4/29 UC Davis W, 18-2 5/1 at Nevada* L, 20-10 5/2 at Nevada* L, 17-13 5/3 at Nevada* L, 9-5 5/8 at New Mexico St.* L, 8-6 5/9 at New Mexico St.* L, 11-9 5/10 at New Mexico St.* W, 14-13 5/14 at Long Beach State! L, 8-7 5/15 vs. CS Fullerton! W, 6-5 5/16 vs. UC S. Barbara! W, 15-11 5/17 vs. Long Beach State! L, 24-10 * Big West games ! Big West Tournament

1999 Overall: 18-39, Big West: 8-22 Coach: John Smith 1/29 San Francisco L, 12-0 1/31 at San Francisco W, 11-10 (10) 2/4 at Hawai’i W, 12-4 2/5 at Hawai’i L, 10-3 2/6 at Hawai’i L, 21-4 2/12 at San Diego L, 7-5 2/13 at San Diego L, 7-0 2/14 at San Diego L, 9-1 2/17 at Stanford L, 8-1 2/19 San Jose State W, 11-1 2/20 San Jose State W, 4-3 2/21 at San Jose State L, 4-1 2/23 at California W, 6-5 2/27 Saint Mary’s W, 9-6 2/27 Saint Mary’s W, 7-1 2/28 Saint Mary’s L, 21-4 3/5 at UC Santa Barbara* W, 8-6 3/6 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 7-2 3/7 at UC Santa Barbara* W, 10-4 3/9 UC Davis L, 7-6 3/12 at Long Beach State* L, 9-1 3/13 at Long Beach State* L, 6-3 3/14 at Long Beach State* L, 7-0 3/16 at UC Davis L, 6-5 3/19 CS Fullerton* L, 21-2 3/20 CS Fullerton* L, 11-5 3/21 CS Fullerton* L, 14-7 3/23 at Santa Clara W, 12-9 3/26 CS Northridge W, 8-3 3/27 CS Northridge W, 4-3 (12) 3/28 CS Northridge L, 6-2 3/30 at Fresno State L, 4-1 4/1 Cal Poly* L, 4-2 4/2 Cal Poly* W, 8-4 4/3 Cal Poly* L, 3-1 4/7 Santa Clara L, 16-7 4/9 at New Mexico St.* L, 18-4 4/10 at New Mexico St.* L, 16-1 4/11 at New Mexico St.* L, 8-7 4/13 CS Hayward L, 7-5 4/16 Pacific* L, 5-1 4/17 Pacific* W, 4-3 4/18 Pacific* L, 8-6 4/20 Chico State L, 9-5 4/23 at Nevada* L, 5-2 4/24 at Nevada* L, 16-4 4/25 at Nevada* L, 19-7 4/26 Fresno State L,14-7 4/30 at CS Fullerton* L, 4-0 5/1 at CS Fullerton* L,14-7 5/2 at CS Fullerton* W, 13-10 5/7 Long Beach State* L, 6-3 5/8 Long Beach State* L, 14-4 5/9 Long Beach St.* W, 11-10 (10) 5/15 New Mexico St.* L, 8-3 5/16 New Mexico St.* W, 4-3 5/17 New Mexico St.* W, 9-8 * Big West games

2000 Overall: 23-33, Big West: 15-15 Coach: John Smith 2/1 San Francisco St. W, 14-5 2/4 at CS Northridge L, 3-2 2/5 at CS Northridge L, 5-3 2/6 at CS Northridge L, 3-2 2/8 CS Hayward W, 10-3 2/15 at UC Davis W, 11-7 2/18 at San Jose State L, 13-2 2/19 at San Jose State L, 7-3 2/20 San Jose State L, 4-3 2/21 Stanford L, 4-2 2/25 at Hawai’i L, 9-3 2/26 at Hawai’i L, 4-3 2/27 at Hawai’i L, 2-1 3/4 Saint Mary’s W, 9-8 (11) 3/4 Saint Mary’s L, 9-6 3/7 at Santa Clara W, 8-6 3/14 UC Davis W, 7-3 3/15 vs. Hawai’i L, 13-1 3/17 UC Santa Barbara* L, 2-0 3/18 UC Santa Barbara* W, 13-0 3/19 UC Santa Barbara* W, 13-5 3/21 Fresno State L, 3-1 3/24 at Cal Poly* L, 5-4 3/25 at Cal Poly* W, 11-7 3/26 at Cal Poly* W, 8-1 3/28 Chico State L, 17-7 3/31 Long Beach State* W, 5-4 4/1 Long Beach State* W, 6-5 4/2 Long Beach State* L, 12-6 4/7 at CS Fullerton* W, 3-2 4/8 at CS Fullerton* W, 12-7 4/9 at CS Fullerton* L, 6-4 4/11 at San Francisco L, 24-4 4/14 New Mexico St.* L, 7-5 4/15 New Mexico St.* W, 7-6 4/16 New Mexico St.* W, 8-4 4/20 Nevada* L, 7-3 4/21 Nevada* L, 5-3 4/22 Nevada* L, 10-8 4/24 California L, 5-3 4/25 Santa Clara W, 15-10 4/28 at Pacific* W, 9-1 4/29 at Pacific* L, 6-2 4/30 at Pacific* W, 8-3 5/2 at Fresno State L, 15-2 5/5 Cal Poly* L, 8-7 5/6 Cal Poly* L, 6-2 5/8 Cal Poly* L, 15-3 5/9 San Francisco W, 10-3 5/12 at UC Santa Barbara* W, 8-6 5/13 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 10-9 5/14 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 17-12 5/19 at New Mexico St.* W, 8-7 5/20 at New Mexico St.* L, 9-4 5/21 at New Mexico St.* W, 13-6 * Big West games

2001 Overall: 24-35, Big West: 4-14 Coach: John Smith 1/25 at Hawai’i L, 8-7 (11) 1/26 at Hawai’i L, 5-1 1/27 at Hawai’i W, 11-8 2/2 San Francisco W, 4-3 2/3 Saint Mary’s L, 4-3 2/6 UC Davis L, 6-5 2/9 at San Diego L, 15-2 2/10 at San Diego W, 7-0 2/11 at San Diego W, 7-5 2/14 San Francisco L, 9-1 2/16 SF St. W, 12-4 2/17 SF St. W, 19-6 2/23 Saint Mary’s W, 5-3 2/27 at Santa Clara W, 7-4 2/28 at Saint Mary’s W, 3-2 (10) 3/2 Utah L, 17-10 3/3 Utah L, 4-2 3/3 Utah W, 2-1 3/8 Eastern Michigan W, 4-3 3/9 Chicago State W, 7-0 3/10 Eastern Michigan W, 4-1 3/13 at California L, 5-2 3/16 Pacific W, 8-6 3/17 Pacific L, 4-2 3/18 Pacific W, 7-3 3/20 at Nevada L, 18-8 3/24 UC Riverside L, 12-8 3/25 UC Riverside L, 16-1 3/26 UC Riverside L, 8-6 3/30 at CS Northridge L, 6-3 3/31 at CS Northridge L, 7-1 4/1 at CS Northridge W, 4-2 4/3 vs. UC Davis L, 12-2 4/6 at Long Beach State* L, 3-2 (10) 4/7 at Long Beach State* W, 4-0 4/8 at Long Beach State* L, 9-0 4/12 CS Fullerton* L, 20-2 4/13 CS Fullerton* L, 9-5 4/14 CS Fullerton* L, 8-2 4/17 Nevada L, 9-6 4/21 UC Santa Barbara* L, 13-5 4/21 UC Santa Barbara* W, 4-2 4/22 UC Santa Barbara* L, 9-7 4/24 Santa Clara L, 4-3 4/27 at Cal Poly* L, 9-5 4/28 at Cal Poly* L, 4-3 4/29 at Cal Poly* W, 6-2 5/1 Hawai’i L, 9-7 5/2 Stanford* W, 12-3 5/4 at UC Riverside L, 10-9 5/5 at UC Riverside W, 12-6 5/6 at UC Riverside W, 6-4 5/8 at Fresno State W, 4-3 5/11 CS Northridge* L, 15-5 5/12 CS Northridge* L, 9-1 5/13 CS Northridge* L, 8-3 5/17 at Pacific* L, 6-2 5/18 at Pacific* L, 7-2 5/20 at Pacific* W, 5-2 * Big West games

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2002 Overall: 22-34, Big West: 4-20 Coach: John Smith 2/8 at Hawai’i L, 6-3 2/9 at Hawai’i W, 5-2 (13) 2/10 at Hawai’i W, 5-3 2/15 at Saint Mary’s L, 4-3 2/16 Saint Mary’s W, 7-6 2/17 Saint Mary’s L, 11-1 2/20 at UC Davis W, 9-2 2/23 Centenary W, 5-3 (10) 2/23 Centenary W, 12-5 2/24 Centenary W, 8-6 2/26 at Santa Clara L, 7-5 3/1 at San Francisco L, 8-7 (12) 3/2 at San Francisco L, 3-2 3/3 San Francisco W, 9-3 3/5 Nevada W, 6-5 3/8 Washington St. W, 9-2 3/9 Washington St. L, 9-4 3/10 Wash. St. W, 11-10 (10) 3/12 at San Jose State L, 7-1 3/15 at Cal Poly L, 12-4 3/16 at Cal Poly W, 18-3 3/14 Stony Brook W, 3-1 3/24 Stony Brook L, 7-5 3/28 Long Beach State* L, 16-2 3/29 Long Beach State* L, 7-2 3/30 Long Beach State* L, 9-1 4/5 at CS Fullerton* L, 3-1 4/6 at CS Fullerton* L, 9-3 4/7 at CS Fullerton* L, 22-0 4/9 vs. UC Davis W, 7-0 4/12 UC Riverside* L, 10-0 4/13 UC Riverside* L, 7-3 4/14 UC Riverside* L, 17-5 4/16 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 13-8 4/19 at CS Northridge* L, 19-7 4/20 at CS Northridge* L, 6-4 4/21 at CS Northridge* L,12-7 4/23 Santa Clara L, 18-1 4/24 at Stanford L, 6-5 4/26 Cal Poly* L, 7-2 4/27 Cal Poly* L, 9-6 4/28 Cal Poly* L, 9-0 4/30 at Nevada W, 8-7 5/3 at Fresno State L, 11-1 5/4 at Fresno State W, 8-3 5/5 at Fresno State W, 8-5 5/7 San Jose State L, 13-7 5/10 at UC Irvine* W, 4-2 5/11 at UC Irvine* L, 10-6 5/12 at UC Irvine* L, 4-3 5/17 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 14-5 5/18 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 8-7 5/19 at UC Santa Barbara* W, 12-7 5/24 Pacific* L, 10-3 5/25 Pacific* W, 6-1 5/26 Pacific* W, 8-5 *Big West games

2/2 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/11 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/30 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/22 4/24 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/4 5/4 5/6 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/16 5/17 5/18

2003 Overall: 33-24 Coach: John Smith vs. Oregon Tech W, 9-1 vs. Oregon Tech W, 11-3 Pacific W, 5-4 at Saint Mary’s L, 3-2 CS Stanislaus W, 9-5 CS Stanislaus W, 14-2 at Hawai’i L, 3-2 at Hawai’i L, 2-0 at Hawai’i L, 8-7 Saint Mary’s W, 5-3 at Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 Saint Mary’s L, 7-3 San Francisco St. W, 11-8 at UC Santa Barbara W, 4-1 at UC Santa Barbara L, 4-3 at UC Santa Barbara L, 11-1 Nevada L, 14-1 UC Davis W, 9-3 Dartmouth W, 18-12 Dartmouth L, 9-6 Dartmouth L, 13-9 Dartmouth W, 10-5 Minnesota W, 4-0 Minnesota W, 12-7 at UC Riverside L, 14-4 at UC Riverside L, 6-2 California W, 7-6 at Pacific L, 5-4 Pacific W, 7-5 at Pacific W, 5-0 at California L, 5-0 CS Hayward W, 5-3 CS Hayward W, 9-6 CS Hayward W, 9-8 at Nevada W, 14-4 at Stanford L, 9-1 at Arizona W, 12-11 at Centenary W, 11-8 at Centenary W, 12-9 at Centenary W, 13-9 Stanford L, 5-1 Hawai’i-Hilo L, 5-0 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 7-2 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 11-4 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 6-4 Arizona L, 21-13 Hawai’i L, 10-7 San Jose State W, 2-1 San Jose State W, 2-1 Santa Clara L, 6-0 at Washington St. L, 17-11 at Washington St. L, 14-5 at Washington St. W, 15-14 San Francisco W, 3-0 at San Francisco L, 10-3 San Francisco W, 5-4

1/30 1/31 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/19 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/27 2/28 2/29 3/3 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/14 5/15 5/16

2004 Overall: 29-32 Coach: John Smith at San Diego St. W, 6-5 at San Diego St. W, 10-8 at San Diego St. L, 11-7 San Francisco W, 5-4 at UC San Diego W, 6-5 at UC San Diego L, 7-5 at UC San Diego W, 3-2 at UC Davis L, 11-6 Saint Mary’s W, 13-5 at Saint Mary’s L, 3-2 Saint Mary’s W, 7-4 Saint Mary’s W, 8-2 San Francisco W, 7-6 Washington St. L, 6-2 UC Davis L, 12-4 Washington St. L, 4-2 vs. Oregon State W, 10-3 UC Riverside L, 5-3 at California L, 4-3 at Arizona W, 9-8 at Arizona L, 5-2 at Arizona L, 11-6 at Santa Clara W, 8-6 San Francisco St. W, 4-0 San Francisco St. W, 15-9 San Francisco St. L, 5-4 Cal Poly W, 3-1 UC Riverside L, 4-2 Cal Poly L, 5-2 UC Riverside L, 9-1 at Pacific W, 16-9 at Pacific W, 15-5 Pacific W, 5-4 Pacific W, 6-1 Nevada L, 10-6 UC Santa Barbara L, 10-5 UC Santa Barbara L, 11-0 UC Santa Barbara L, 10-1 at Hawai’i W, 6-3 at Hawai’i L, 5-4 at Hawai’i-Hilo W, 4-2 at Hawai’i-Hilo L, 5-0 at Hawai’i-Hilo L, 4-3 at Hawai’i-Hilo W, 4-3 Oregon State L, 7-2 Oregon State L, 9-1 Oregon State L, 12-6 at Nevada L, 17-4 at Stanford L, 15-1 Stanford W, 2-1 California L, 3-25 at San Jose State L, 4-3 at San Jose State W, 6-5 at San Jose State L, 9-8 San Francisco W, 8-6 at Washington St. L, 17-3 at Washington St. W, 3-1 at Washington St. L, 6-5 N. Colorado W, 12-11 N. Colorado W, 17-7 N. Colorado W, 9-8

2/4 2/5 2/6 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/25 3/26 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/20 5/21 5/22

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2005 Overall: 20-36-1 Coach: John Smith Washington St. L, 8-7 Washington St. W, 9-8 Washington St. W, 8-6 Saint Mary’s L, 6-2 San Francisco L, 12-1 UC Davis L, 5-2 at Santa Clara L, 7-4 Saint Mary’s L, 8-1 N. Dakota State W, 3-0 N. Dakota State W, 6-1 N. Dakota State W, 8-1 N. Dakota State T, 4-4 at Hawai’i W, 8-5 vs. #15 Wichita St. L, 9-3 vs. #22 La.-Lafayette L, 2-4 vs. South Florida W, 7-4 vs. UC Davis L, 6-3 UC Riverside L, 5-2 UC Riverside L, 7-1 at Saint Mary’s L, 7-6 at Oregon State L, 8-2 at Oregon State L, 7-4 at Oregon State L, 9-3 at #10 Stanford W, 4-3 #10 Stanford L, 8-2 at California L, 7-5 UC Davis L, 4-1 at UC Davis L, 4-2 UC Davis W, 9-7 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 7-5 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 9-0 Hawai’i-Hilo L, 6-3 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 4-1 California W, 9-4 Utah Valley St. W, 4-1 Utah Valley St. W, 14-5 Utah Valley St. W, 7-6 Utah Valley St. W, 8-3 at San Francisco L, 9-3 #5 Arizona W, 7-4 UC Irvine L, 4-3 vs. Kansas St. L, 14-3 vs. Kansas L, 12-5 at #24 Cal Poly L, 10-3 at #24 Cal Poly L, 11-1 at #24 Cal Poly L, 11-2 Santa Clara L, 5-3 at Washington St. L, 6-0 at Washington St. L, 11-4 at Washington St. W, 6-5 Saint Mary’s L, 10-2 San Jose State W, 5-3 San Jose State L, 2-0 San Jose State L, 6-2 Pacific L, 4-1 Pacific L, 2-1 Pacific L, 4-2


2011 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 Overall: 20-37 WAC: 8-16 Coach: John Smith 2/4 at UC Davis L, 3-2 (10) 2/7 at Saint Mary’s L, 9-3 2/10 at San Francisco L, 11-5 2/11 at San Francisco L, 10-5 2/12 at San Francisco W, 6-2 2/14 at Pacific L, 8-3 2/17 Saint Mary’s W, 6-4 2/18 at Saint Mary’s W, 13-1 2/19 Saint Mary’s W, 11-6 2/21 at Santa Clara L, 11-9 2/23 N. Dakota State W, 7-5 2/24 Portland W, 7-5 2/25 #8 Oregon State L, 8-3 2/26 San Francisco L, 6-2 3/3 at UC Irvine L, 3-1 3/4 at UC Irvine L, 5-4 3/5 at UC Irvine W, 4-2 3/8 Santa Clara L, 6-1 3/10 N. Colorado L, 12-3 3/11 N. Colorado W, 5-2 3/12 N. Colorado W, 6-0 3/15 San Francisco L, 4-2 3/17 Utah Valley St. L, 8-0 3/18 Utah Valley St. W, 7-1 3/18 Utah Valley St. L, 6-5 3/19 Utah Valley St. W, 7-1 3/21 at California L, 8-2 3/24 at Fresno State* L, 5-1 3/25 at Fresno State* L, 13-6 3/26 at Fresno State* L, 12-11 3/31 Nevada* L, 7-3 4/1 Nevada* W, 7-5 4/2 Nevada* W, 5-4 4/7 at New Mexico St.* W, 15-5 4/8 at New Mexico St.* W, 19-7 4/9 at New Mex. St.* W,12-8 (12) 4/13 San Jose State* L, 6-1 4/14 San Jose State* W, 9-7 4/15 San Jose State* L, 6-4 4/18 at Stanford L, 12-5 4/21 La. Tech* L, 10-7 4/22 La. Tech* W, 11-10 (10) 4/23 La. Tech* W, 2-1 4/25 UC Davis W, 9-6 4/28 at Hawai’i* L, 3-2 4/29 at Hawai’i* L, 5-2 4/30 at Hawai’i* L, 5-2 5/9 at Pacific L, 8-7 5/10 Stanford L, 5-4 5/12 at Nevada* L, 9-6 5/13 at Nevada* L, 6-3 5/14 at Nevada* L, 3-2 5/19 Fresno State* L, 10-7 5/20 Fresno State* L, 14-3 5/21 Fresno State* L, 7-4 5/25 at #21 Fresno State^ L, 10-2 5/26 vs. La. Tech^ L, 14-9 *WAC Games ^WAC Postseason Tournament

2007 Overall: 17-40 WAC: 10-14 Coach: John Smith 2/2 at Loyola Marymount L, 9-5 2/3 at Loyola Marymount L, 8-1 2/4 at Loyola Marymount L , 8-5 2/6 at Pacific L, 16-10 2/11 at San Francisco L, 8-4 2/16 South Dakota St. L, 2-1 2/17 South Dakota St. L,15-3 2/18 South Dakota St. W, 13-4 2/20 San Francisco St. W, 8-5 2/23 San Francisco L, 9-0 2/24 Saint Mary’s L, 14-4 2/25 Oregon State L, 18-5 3/2 at La. Tech* W, 4 -2 3/3 at La. Tech* L, 13-5 3/4 at La. Tech* W, 7-5 3/9 UC Davis W, 7-5 3/10 at UC Davis L, 5-3 3/11 UC Davis L, 7-3 3/13 Pacific W, 7-4 3/16 at New Mexico St.* W, 7-3 3/17 at New Mexico St.* W, 9-5 3/18 at New Mexico St.* L , 10-9 3/21 San Francisco L, 6-4 3/24 at Stanford W, 6-0 3/25 Stanford L, 10-0 3/26 San Francisco L, 6-1 3/30 at Fresno State* L, 16-7 3/31 at Fresno State* L, 8-1 4/1 at Fresno State* L, 5-2 4/5 Hawai’i* L, 9-6 4/6 Hawai’i* L, 12-9 (10) 4/7 Hawai’i* W, 8-5 4/10 at San Francisco L , 8-1 4/13 La. Tech* L, 5-2 4/15 La. Tech* L, 8-1 4/15 La. Tech* L, 6-3 4/17 California L, 10-4 4/20 at San Jose State* L, 5-3 4/21 at San Jose State* L, 5-1 4/22 at San Jose State* W, 11-8 4/25 Saint Mary’s L, 7-6 4/27 Nevada* L , 8-6 4/28 Nevada* L, 11-5 4/29 Nevada* W, 5-4 5/1 at Pacific W, 13-11 5/3 New Mexico St.* W, 11-0 5/4 New Mexico St.* W, 3-2 5/5 New Mexico St.* W, 7-3 5/8 at UC Davis L, 5-1 5/11 at N. Colorado* L, 11-9 5/12 at N. Colorado* W, 4-3 5/13 at N. Colorado* L, 10-5 5/16 UC Davis L , 10-1 5/19 Santa Clara L, 5-3 5/20 at Santa Clara L, 5-3 5/24 vs. Fresno State^ L, 10-2 5/25 vs. Hawai’i^ L , 19-7 *WAC Games ^WAC Postseason Tournament

2008 Overall: 24-34 WAC: 14-17 Coach: John Smith 2/22 Loyola Marymount W, 12-7 2/23 Loyola Marymount L, 7-3 2/26 San Francisco L, 12-4 2/29 at #1 Arizona L, 9-3 3/1 at #1 Arizona L, 15-7 3/2 at #1 Arizona L, 10-9 3/6 BYU W, 16-2 3/7 Portland L, 4-2 3/8 Utah Valley L, 7-2 3/9 UC Davis L, 12-3 3/11 Pacific W, 14-6 3/14 at San Jose State* W, 2-1 3/15 at San Jose State* L, 13-1 3/15 at San Jose State* L, 5-1 3/16 at San Jose State* L, 5-4 3/18 at #12 California W, 12-6 3/21 Gonzaga L, 4-3 3/22 Gonzaga L, 9-5 3/22 Gonzaga L, 18-12 3/25 #17 Stanford W, 5-3 3/28 Hawai’i* W, 4-2 3/29 Hawai’i* W, 6-4 3/29 Hawai’i* W, 5-2 3/30 Hawai’i* W, 10-6 4/1 UC Davis L, 10-5 4/3 at La. Tech* W, 17-2 4/5 at La. Tech* W, 13-7 4/5 at La. Tech* W, 6-4 4/11 San Jose State* L, 9-4 4/12 San Jose State* W, 6-3 4/12 San Jose State* W, 10-9 4/13 San Jose State* L, 2-1 4/15 at UC Davis L, 8-7 4/18 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 12-2 4/19 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 6-5 4/19 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 11-1 4/20 Hawai’i-Hilo W, 8-2 4/22 at San Francisco L, 9-8 4/25 New Mexico St.* L, 7-4 4/26 New Mexico St.* L, 5-3 4/26 New Mexico St.* L, 11-5 4/27 New Mexico St.* L, 14-4 4/29 at Santa Clara L, 7-6 5/2 at Hawai’i* L, 8-3 5/3 at Hawai’i* L, 3-1 5/3 at Hawai’i* W, 7-3 5/4 at Hawai’i* L, 8-7 5/9 at Nevada* L, 14-5 5/9 at Nevada* L, 6-5 5/9 at Nevada* W, 13-4 5/9 at Nevada* L, 13-12 5/16 Fresno State* W, 9-8 5/17 Fresno State* W, 4-0 5/17 Fresno State* L, 6-4 5/18 Fresno State* L, 13-6 5/22 vs. Fresno State^ L, 3-2 5/23 vs. New Mexico St.^ W, 8-5 5/24 vs. Nevada* ^ L, 15-5 *WAC Games ^WAC Postseason Tournament

2009 Overall: 27-27 WAC: 8-14 Coach: John Smith 2/20 at Arizona L, 5-3 2/21 at Arizona W, 10-7 2/22 at Arizona L, 11-2 2/27 at Cal Poly L, 9-2 2/28 at Cal Poly L, 11-5 3/1 at Cal Poly L, 6-2 3/7 at Saint Mary’s L, 7-6 3/7 at Saint Mary’s L, 10-2 3/8 Saint Mary’s W, 14-2 3/10 Saint Mary’s W, 5-3 3/11 Pacific W, 8-4 3/13 at UC Davis W, 5-3 3/14 UC Davis L, 9-3 3/15 at UC Davis W, 10-1 3/17 at San Francisco W, 6-5 (11) 3/19 Cornell W, 6-2 3/20 Cornell W, 9-0 3/21 Cornell W, 10-6 3/21 Cornell W, 18-5 (7) 3/24 at Oregon W, 10-5 3/25 at Oregon L, 6-4 3/28 Menlo College W, 15-3 (7) 3/28 Menlo College W, 15-6 (7) 3/29 Menlo College W, 5-1 3/29 Menlo College W, 9-5 (7) 4/3 at New Mexico St.* L, 7-6 4/4 at New Mexico St.* W, 18-13 4/4 at New Mexico St.* L, 10-7 (7) 4/5 at New Mexico St.* l, 15-5 (8) 4/10 Utah Valley W, 7-5 4/10 Utah Valley L, 9-6 4/11 Utah Valley W, 16-6 (7) 4/11 Utah Valley W, 7-1 4/14 San Francisco L, 12-7 4/17 at Hawai’i* L, 5-4 4/18 at Hawai’i* W, 2-1 4/18 at Hawai’i* L, 7-2 (7) 4/19 at Hawai’i* L, 8-4 4/24 La. Tech* W, 8-7 4/25 La. Tech* W, 8-6 4/26 La. Tech* L, 7-4 4/27 La. Tech* L, 10-5 4/29 at Stanford L, 6-4 5/2 San Jose State* W, 11-6 5/3 San Jose State* L, 10-9 5/8 at Nevada* W, 14-13 5/9 at Nevada* W, 9-6 5/9 at Nevada* W, 12-6 (7) 5/10 at Nevada* L, 7-6 5/12 at California L, 15-0 5/14 Fresno State* l, 15-7 5/15 Fresno State* L, 4-3 5/16 Fresno State* L, 11-8 5/16 Fresno State* L, 7-6 *WAC Games

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2010 Overall: 18-35-1 WAC: 7-17 Coach: John Smith 2/19 at UNLV W, 10-8 (11) 2/20 at UNLV W, 19-5 2/21 at UNLV L, 18-14 2/26 vs. #25 Kansas L, 4-3 2/26 vs. Gonzaga W, 8-2 2/27 vs. #25 Kansas L, 10-4 3/5 UC Davis L, 11-3 3/6 at UC Davis L, 2 - 13 3/7 UC Davis W, 7 - 6 3/9 Saint Mary’s L, 6 - 8 3/10 Saint Mary’s T, 4 - 4 3/13 #16 UC Irvine W, 2-1 3/13 #16 UC Irvine L, 5-3 3/14 #16 UC Irvine L, 4-3 (10)

3/16 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/23 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/13 4/16 4/17

Pacific W, 5-4 at Arizona L, 5-0 at Arizona L, 8-7 at Arizona L, 10-6 at Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 at CS Northridge W, 13 -12 at CS Northridge L, 14-2 at CS Northridge L, 10-6 Albany W, 22-2 UC Santa Barbara L, 9-0 UC Santa Barbara W, 3-0 UC Santa Barbara W, 10-9 San Francisco St. W, 10-3 at San Francisco L, 5-4 (11) at Pacific L, 5-2 Hawai’i* W, 11-6 Hawai’i* W, 3-2

4/17 4/18 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/7 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/14 5/15

Hawai’i* L, 7-4 Hawai’i* W, 9-4 New Mexico St.* L, 11-4 New Mexico St.* L, 4-2 New Mexico St.* L, 9-3 New Mexico St.* L, 3-0 at San Jose State* L, 13-1 (7) at San Jose State* W, 7-4 at San Jose State* W, 12-3 (7) at San Jose State* L, 5-4 (11) #21 California L, 7-3 at La. Tech* L, 17-11 at La. Tech* L, 27-12 (7) at La. Tech* L, 5-4 at La. Tech* L, 7-2 Nevada* W, 6-4 Nevada* L, 4-2

5/15 5/16 5/21 5/22 5/22 5/23

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Nevada* L, 7-6 (7) Nevada* L, 11-0 (7) at Fresno State* W, 12-2 at Fresno State* L, 7-6 at Fresno State* L, 10-1 (7) at Fresno State* L, 8-4 *WAC Games


• Sacramento State is one of the largest universities in the 23-campus CSU system, enrolling a multicultural student body of more than 29,000. The 300-acre campus is sheltered by more than 3,000 trees and dotted with flower gardens, including 3 million square feet of building space. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby river parkway, linking the University and student housing with recreational areas such as Folsom Lake and Old Sacramento. • Quality teaching is a top priority, and classes are small and personalized. More than 80 percent of recent graduates say their professors were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching. • Preparing students for a career is a vital part of the education here. Thousands of students from all majors earn academic credit working in internship and co-op positions, many of which are paid. • Sacramento State, often called “Sac State,” was founded as Sacramento State College in 1947 during a time of intense demand for higher education after World War II. We moved to our permanent location on the banks of the historic American River in 1953. In 1972, we were renamed California State University, Sacramento. • The University recently completed an ambitious master plan (Destination 2010) that included 1.5 million square feet of new building space for additional housing and a recreation and wellness center. The initiative has resulted in new academic and student programs, partnerships with businesses, non-profit and public agencies, modernized classrooms and new facilities for students and faculty. • Unlimited bus and light rail service throughout Sacramento is available for University students. Students may attend all home athletic events for free and attend other campus events for free or at a discount. More than half the students join one of the more than 200 student organizations, which include 35 fraternities and sororities.

Quick Facts Founded........................................ 1947 Location...................... Sacramento, Calif. Campus Size............................300 acres Student Body Breakdown Student to Faculty Ratio................ 20:1 Enrollment............................... 29,241 Men........................................ 12,084 Women................................... 17,157 Undergraduate........................ 24,388 Graduate.................................. 4,853 Total Faculty.................................. 1,338 Total Staff...................................... 1,350 Degree Programs Undergraduate............................... 60 Graduate....................................... 40 Campus Phone Numbers Admissions.......................... 278-3901 Campus Operator................ 278-6011 Housing.............................. 278-6655 Internet Address..............www.csus.edu


• Sacramento State offers 60 undergraduate and 40 graduate degrees in seven Colleges. The largest programs include teacher education, business, criminal justice, communication studies, psychology and computer science. Smaller class sizes and a focus on quality teaching promote faculty-student interaction. • Attracting students from all over the world, the criminal justice program is one of the largest in the United States. • One in 24 residents of the six-county Sacramento Region is a Sacramento State graduate. The University generates more than $1 billion in activity for the statewide economy each year. • Sacramento State graduates about 6,000 students each year. • Sacramento State was the site of the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Track & Field Championships, and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center was the site of the 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships. In addition, Sacramento State was host of the 2007 NCAA Div. I Women’s Volleyball Final Four at Arco Arena. • Sacramento State hosted the most successful U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials ever in 2000, and hosted the event again in 2004. • Famous Sacramento State alumni include actor Tom Hanks, Grammy award winner Bobby McFerrin, former cohost of Good Morning America Joan Lunden, former host of the Early Show, Rene Syler, stand-up comedian Brian Posehn, actor Carlos Alazraqui, film director Joe Carnahan, former Stockton mayor Edward Chavez, famous economist and author Richard J. Maybury, former KTLA Morning News Giselle Fernández and founding member of the Village People David Hodo. • Famous Sacramento State athletics alumni include retired nine-year NFL offensive lineman and two-time Super Bowl winner John Gesek, Houston Texans’ quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp, former 10-year NFL fullback Daimon Shelton, 11-year long snapper and three-time Super Bowl winner Lonie Paxton, former 12-year NFL defensive back Lorenzo Lynch, CFL Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Ricky Ray, former CFL three-time rushing champion Charles Roberts, Arena Football League record-setting quarterback Aaron Garcia and former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Fred Otis Amey.


• The city of Sacramento (population 486,189) is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. As California’s capitol city, Sacramento is center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. A dynamic business sector, an expanding public transportation system, affordable housing, and growing cultural, educational, and medical facilities serve the needs of 1.5 million people. • One of the most affordable big cities in California., Sacramento is part of a Capital Region in the heart of Northern California, one of the country’s most beautiful areas. Within easy driving distance are San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma valleys, Yosemite Valley and the Lake Tahoe region’s ski slopes. • Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city and is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad all began in Sacramento. The city’s rich historical heritage, commitment to quality of life, and abundance of trees and parkland contributed to Newsweek magazine naming Sacramento one of the ten best cities in the United States. • Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento River Cats (Oakland A’s Triple-A affiliate). • Sacramento has also become a tourist center with attractions including the State Capitol building, North America’s largest railroad museum, the Old Sacramento historic area, the California State History Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.


Dr. Alexander Gonzalez has served more than three decades as a professor and education leader, including serving as president of California State University, Sacramento, since 2003. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. He grew up in East Los Angeles with six siblings, graduating from high school at a time when students did not have the same options for higher education that they have today. Dr. Gonzalez enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, served four years and then used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s in psychology and doctorate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, before serving as a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University. His experience includes six years as president of California State University, San Marcos, and 18 years at Fresno State, where he was a faculty member and chair of the Psychology Department before becoming the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. At Sacramento State, Dr. Gonzalez implemented his Destination 2010 initiative to transform the campus into a premier metropolitan university. The bold initiative seeks to make Sacramento State a campus of choice for students in the Sacramento region and beyond. Following his belief that universities and communities must work together to

improve lives and opportunities, Dr. Gonzalez serves on the Sutter Health Board of Directors and the Pomona College Board of Trustees. He previously served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans and the Valley Vision Board of Directors. His service on several boards and commissions includes six years as a commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the accrediting agency for higher education institutions in the western United States. He also served as chair of the Governing Board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. His commitment to the California State University system includes serving on a work group that reviewed and recommended corrective action on remedial education, and, more recently, as a member of a committee of presidents considering policy on enrollment management, the CSU’s Technology Steering Committee, and the Institute for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Gonzalez is Sacramento State’s 11th president. His wife, Gloria, is also a graduate of the CSU. They have two sons.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ eight-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 19-year Division I history. His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last four years where the Hornets have combined to win 26 conference championships. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. In addition, the program has claimed three straight Big Sky Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophies. In fact, of the 347 Div. I athletics programs, SI.com ranked Sacramento State as the 36th best athletics program during the 2007-08 academic year. This past year (2009-10), the program finished 132nd in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, the second highest ranked team in the Big Sky Conference. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision, Wanless has overseen significant facility enhancement to the athletic facilities. The biggest change came during the spring of 2008 with the opening of the Broad Fieldhouse, which serves as the home to Hornet football and track and field, as well as athletic training and strength and conditioning. The Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse was the first step of an elaborate plan that began with the passing of a referendum by the Sacramento State student body. That vote also led to the creation of a recreation and wellness center which will benefit the entire student body and open in September of 2010. Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and recently completed a term as a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Wanless has been a visible member of the Sacramento State athletics family, constantly representing the University and department at public outings and speaking engagements. His commitment to the student-athlete has also been clear as both he and his wife, Joanne, attend the majority of Hornet home athletic events and support several teams on the road. His leadership and academic support have been evident to the student-athletes in other ways as well. The department’s Life Skills Program has seen rapid growth, significantly increasing the number of summer and fifth-year scholarships available to Hornet student-athletes. The Life Skills program has also launched the program’s first computer lab and offers Hornet student-athletes tutoring as well as academic counseling.

Over the last eight years, Sacramento State student-athletes have posted over 2,200 term GPAs of 3.0 or above. At the conclusion of the 2010 spring semester, Hornet student-athletes combined for an overall GPA of 2.98, which is the highest mark since the program joined the Div. I ranks in 199192. His efforts in restoring the department’s booster club structure as well as aggressively improving the University’s collegiate licensing program, while not readily visible, are projects that have, and will continue to enhance the program’s financial footing in years to come. Athletically, the Hornets have also seen continued growth and success on the field of play. During his eight years at Sacramento State, 25 teams and 145 individuals have advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Wanless’ efforts to put the Hornets on the map have been instrumental in helping make Sacramento State the unofficial “home of NCAA Championships”. During his eight years of leadership, Sacramento State has served as host to seven NCAA championships (four track, two rowing, one volleyball) as well as the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Prior to Sacramento State, Wanless served as athletics director at the University of North Dakota from 1990-1999, guiding the program to one of its most successful decades in school history. During that time, North Dakota enjoyed strong competitive success, winning four NCAA national championships and 36 conference titles. Additionally, 25 other teams finished second in their respective conferences. Before his position at North Dakota, Wanless was director of intercollegiate athletics at Western Carolina for four years and held a variety of positions, including director of intercollegiate athletics, at Towson University in Maryland. Wanless earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Black Hills State, a master’s degree in physical education from Northern Illinois and a doctorate in athletics administration from Temple. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of two children. Their daughter, Heather, and her husband, Chad Collins, reside in Lexington, Ky., with their daughters Hadley and Leah, and son Jack. Their son Troy, and his wife, Jesi, live in Minneapolis with their daughters Elli and Scarlett.


The Student-Athlete Resource Center offers academic advising, tutoring and mentoring, NCAA rules education and compliance, athletic financial services support, and life skills programming for all student-athletes of Sacramento State’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program. The S.A.R.C.’s services and programming are provided in an assortment of ways including individual advising, orientations, group and team meetings, coaches’ compliance and rules education sessions, freshmen seminar classes, and a variety of student development and academic workshops. S.A.R.C. Director Paul Edwards, Academic Athletic Services Coordinator Laurie Dahlberg, Football Athletic Advisor Bob Shook and Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Coordinator Mark McGushin serve as the primary advisors to the student-athletes. Additionally, McGushin coordinates the mentoring program which addresses student-athletes experiencing academic difficulties. The Student-Athlete Academic & Life Skills Lab is available to student-athletes as a study area and to meet with tutors. The S.A.R.C. also provides additional services, guest speakers and

Paul Edwards

Brandon Padilla

Heather Farwig

Laurie Dahlberg

Mark McGushin

Bob Shook

Katherine Zedonis

Shannon Hall

Josh Collins

The goal of the athletic training staff is to provide all Sacramento State student-athletes with high quality health care. Headed by full-time certified athletic trainers Brandon Padilla, Heather Farwig and Joe Ramos, the Hornets’ athletic training facility provides state-of-the-art support and the services of highly trained sports medicine and health care professionals. Should an injury occur, student-athletes are seen immediately by their sport’s specific athletic trainer, and are referred, when necessary, to the appropriate medical provider or facility. Sacramento State boasts three athletic training facilities (two located in the physical education complex and one at the Broad Fieldhouse). All athletic training facilities are equipped with the finest therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative apparatus. A staff of three team physicians (Dr. Alan Hirahara, Dr. Ronald Sockolov, Dr. Harold Strauch) and a skillful and talented athletic training staff tend to the medical and rehabilitative needs of each and every studentathlete. Also assisting in the health of the student-athletes is a Kaiser physician, two dentists, a physical therapist and a chiropractor. Sacramento State’s athletic training staff consists of three full-time certified athletic trainers, three graduate assistants and more than 15 athletic training students preparing for a career in sports medicine.

Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist RESULTS PT 9500 Micron Ave, #200 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 362-7962 Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice 1 Scripps Drive, #202 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 927-1114

Joe Ramos

workshops related to finding information on campus, in the community and NCAA resources in a variety of areas related to student life, welfare and career opportunities. Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director Katherine Zedonis and Compliance Coordinator Shannon Hall are responsible for the administration of NCAA eligibility rules education and compliance for all intercollegiate teams, including issues related to athletic financial aid of student-athletes. The Athletic Compliance Office is responsible for developing, monitoring and enforcing a compliance program that ensures the integrity of the institution within the guidelines of the NCAA, Big Sky Conference and the University. Admission Counselor/NCAA Initial Eligibility Coordinator Josh Collins services Sacramento State student-athletes with admission processing responsibilities and monitoring of NCAA initial-eligibility requirements. Collins works closely with both new transfer and incoming freshmen student-athletes. He is the main contact at Sacramento State for student-athletes working with NCAA Eligibility Center procedures.

Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street, Suite 330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049 Dr. Brian Davis Dir. Of Sports Medicine UC Davis Med Center 4860 Y Street, #1700 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 734-5292

Dr. Boris Ellyason Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Surgeon 1600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 784-5283 Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street #330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist 6246 Fair Oaks Blvd. Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 972-8851 Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon 2525 K Street #101 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 442-1882


Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 9th Season

Reggie Christiansen Baseball 1st Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball 2nd Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer 4th Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis 5th Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 29th Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball 3rd Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis 6th Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 22nd Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 8th Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football 4th Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 19th Season

David Sutherland Golf 4th Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball 3rd Season

Adam Craft Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning Strength/Conditioning

Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Joe Gengler Technical Support

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Mark Livingston Associate Athletics Director

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

Chris Soriano Marketing Assistant

Steve Tebbs Facilities/Operations Director

Gigi Timpson Business Assistant

Joe Waltasti Assistant Media Relations Director

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

Angeliza Fontillas Green Army Coordinator

Lois Mattice Senior Woman Administrator

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Rose Welch Business Manager

Tina Westerhold Stinger Athletic Foundation

Becca Whitman Assistant A.D. for Corporate Sales


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