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Building Champions

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What do you know about LMU?

M

aybe that we’re the only

ed to Los Angeles, enable students to

friendships,

Catholic University in Los

make current contacts in technology,

become a contributing citizen of the

Angeles and one of the

business, politics, art, music, and natu-

world.

world’s renowned Jesuit institutions, a group that includes 28 U.S. universities and over 100 schools worldwide. Or that Loyola Marymount University

rally, the entertainment industry. Yet there’s something more to consider. If

promote

justice

and

Our curriculum is broad and deep. Our pace is demanding. Our expecta-

you’re looking for a place to

tions are high. Our plans are ambitious.

acquire facts and skills that will help

And we’re looking for curious, accom-

has been called a Hidden Gem by the

you get along in the world, you have

plished, enterprising, visionary stu-

Washington Post and ranked among

many choices. But if you’re looking for

dents eager to...

the Best in the West by U.S. News &

a place where God fits in, a place that

World Report.

honors faith as well as reason, Loyola

Or that our serene campus, overlooking Marina del Rey, offers one of the most exhilarating academic locations anywhere.

Marymount University may be the place for you.

Embrace the Challenge

At LMU, we inspire you to take ideas apart and learn how they fit together.

Or that our five colleges, all connect-

You’ll test your limits, forge enduring

The mission of the LMU Athletics Department is to provide an environment for student-athlete development that supports the pursuit of the highest level of success athletically and academically for the growth of the whole person in the tradition of the Jesuit and Marymount ideals. 2 LMU A t h l e t i c s


What It’s About IT’S ABOUT THE SUPPORT

SOME FACTS

Throughout an LMU education, students enjoy the

support of instructors who know each individual by

name and who make classes challenging, fascinating and fun. Class sizes are 13 to 1 and give each student a chance to exceed even their own expec-

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tations.

IT’S WHO YOU ARE WITH

Looking for camaraderie? When it comes to providing friends and mentors, you won’t find a uni-

ve r s i ty surpassing LMU. The campus population

The highly diverse student population includes nearly 1,000 Asians, nearly 500 African Americans, and about 1,400 Latinos. Ninety-one percent of the University's first-year students had a high school GPA of 3.0 or better (based on 2001-02 figures). The student-faculty ratio is 12.8 to 1. Altogether, LMU students received about $65 million in financial aid, including $17 million allocated by LMU. Founding Communities: Society of Jesus (Jesuits); The Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (Marymount Sisters); The Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange (CSJ) Enrollment (Fall 2003): Undergraduate 5,465, Graduate 1,639, Law School 1,377 Faculty: Full-time Faculty (Fall 2003) -- 369; Total Full-time and Part-time Staff -- Westchester 709; Law School campus- 130 Student Housing: 16 Residence Halls for 2,898

comes from all 50 states and 70 countries. Better still, LMU offers more than 100 extra c u r r i c u l a r organizations that hone the students skills and help them find like-minded colleagues for life. Whatever the religious belief, the unive r s i ty pay s attention to individual spirit. “I’ve thought a lot about what makes my friends at college different that those from high school, and I’ve realized that the people at LMU live up to the mission of being men and women for others,” said a sophomore. Students are free to examine faith in social or service activities. IT’S WHERE YOU LIVE Every fall, nine out of 10 first-year students take a d vantage of LMU housing and for some very good reasons. Some of the benefits of LMU living are simple: an active social scene, meal plans that allow students to dine at various campus locations, and easy access to classes and campus facilities. But unive r s i ty housing offers much more than simple convenience, it also give students an edge. As a resident, students are immediately plugged into programs that help them achieve better grades, meet new friends, develop professional contacts and graduate in a timely manner. IT’S WHERE YOU’RE BOUND “We’re tr ying to get rid of yo u ,” so professor Kelly Younger, who directs the Honors Program, likes to tell LMU students. He’s referring to the study abroad opportunities, scholarships, internships, academic conferences and competitions that take students off campus and into the world. When it comes time to graduate, students will have the knowledge, the confidence, and the strength of spirit to achieve anything the students can imagine.

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The Colleges VIEW TO A PROMISING FUTURE

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he Chronicle of Higher Education notes that at Jesuit institutions, this precept “tra n s l a t e s into a large amount of individual attention from faculty members and accessibility to high-leve l a d m i n i s t rators, including the president.” At LMU, students don’t simply benefit from cura personalis; they practice it, too, carrying out the Jesuit ideal of “men and women for others.” The Marymount sisters contribute a history of educating women and teaching through the arts, with a deliberately international perspective that encourages respect for all cultur es. LMU brings these gifts together in five colleges: Business Administra t i o n , Communications and Fine Arts, Film and Television, Liberal Arts, and Science and Engineering. • Under the direction of awa r d -winning entrepreneurship professor Fred Kiesner, for instance, students in our COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION participate in an internship program that places them with social entrepreneurs who are working to better society. “More and more, students are saying, ‘Hey, I can use my abilities to do good for others by doing business,” said K iesner. • From their first year, engineering majors in our COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING address real-world design challenges, like devising plans for improving LMU’s traffic flow. “The project t a kes a lot of creativity and some pretty complex problem-solving,” says associate dean Tom Calder. “During students’ presentations, we’ve had the University ’s V.P. for facilities sit in to listen to their ideas and offer professional feedback.”

PROGRAMS OF STUDY Following are the programs of study or majors available in the Colleges of Liberal Arts, Communication & Fine Arts, Business Administration, Science & Engineering and the School of Education: Accounting Latin African American Studies Leadership Animation Liberal Studies Archaeology Management Art History Marketing Asian and Pacific Studies Mathematics (Pure and Applied) Asian Pacific American Studies Mathematics Education Biochemistry Mechanical Engineering Biology Modern Greek Business Administration Multimedia Business Law Music Chemistry Natural Science Chicana/o Studies Operations Management Civil Engineering Peace Studies Classical Civilization Philosophy Classics Physics Communication Studies Political Science Computer Engineering Pre-Clinical Lab Technology Computer Information Systems Pre-Dentistry Computer Science Pre-Journalism Dance Pre-Law Economics Pre-Medical Technology Electrical Engineering Pre-Medicine Elementary Education Pre-Occupational Therapy Engineering Physics Pre-Optometry English Pre-Pharmacy Entrepreneurship Pre-Physical Therapy Environmental Engineering Pre-Podiatric Medicine Environmental Science Pre-Veterinary Medicine Ethics Psychology European Studies Recording Arts Film Production Science Education Finance Screenwriting French Sociology General Science Spanish German Studio Arts Greek Television Production History Theatre Arts Human Resource Management Theological Studies Humanities Travel and Tourism Individualized Studies Urban Studies Irish Studies Women’s Studies Italian

• Students in the SCHOOL OF FILM AND T E L E V ISION produce their own short films and TV pilots, with acting and music often supplied by student performers from our COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION AND FINE ARTS. When our talent pool can’t accommodate them, Hollywood can. “For my junior thesis, I teamed up with two other people to make a two-part, 10-minute sitcom,” says a TV production major. “We developed an idea and asked a senior in screenw r i t i n g to write a script. When it came to casting, we ran an ad in Backstage West and received 300 head shots. It was like a real casting audition.”

• At LMU, real-world experiences benefits any discipline-even literature. Students in the BELLARMINE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS don’t just read Jack Kerouac. They go on the road. English professor Kelly Younger explains: “I teach a course called Road Read in which we study not only the literature of Los Angeles and California, but also the city itself as text. After reading Nathanael We s t’s The Day of Locust, we take a walking tour of downtown L.A., focusing on the architecture of the 1920s and 30s. We read Kerouac’s Big Sur and drive up the coast, spending a week reading, writing and sharing on the intellectual adventure. HONORS PROGRAM • The Unive r s i ty Honors Program provides an intensive and innova t i ve academic experience for the serious student. The program combines four interdisciplinary Unive r s i ty Honors core courses with an intensive ye a r-long sequence in writing, critical thinking and American Cultures. A second ye a r-long sequence in the history of civilization and a course in natural philosophy are also a part of the curriculum. All honors students are required to display proficiency in a foreign language, take an upper-division ethics course, an interdisciplinary seminar in the junior ye a r and a senior thesis. Interested students should apply to the Unive r s i ty Honors Director.

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Academic Support T

he Student-Athlete Academic Center exists to support all student-athletes in their goals of getting a degree on time, maintaining athletic eligibility, and preparing for life after LMU. The Academic Center provides guidance and counseling from the moment a recruit first walks on to the campus to the moment a student-athlete graduates. TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE LMU has a proud reputation of academic excellence among its athletes. According to the 2003 NCAA Graduation-Rate Report, the LMU athletic department posted a rate of 85 percent for all athletes exhausting their eligibility and a rate of 73 percent for those receiving athletics aid. LMU student-athletes consistently graduate at a higher rate than the entire student body. ACADEMIC SERVICES The Academic Center is housed in Gersten Pavilion, providing academic support for the 350+ athletes in 18 sports. The staff consists of the Academic Coordinator and a Graduate Assistant, who monitor the progress of student-athletes, ensure timely graduation, and assist in degree preparation. In addition, the academic support staff offers a variety of other services, including:

MAKING A MARK

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oyola Marymount University ranked fifth in the nation among all NCAA Division I schools in the first Academic Progress Rates (APR) report, issued by the NCAA in 2004-05 for its 326 Division I • Major Requirements • Priority Registration schools. The APR measures an institutions success in retaining • Study Hall scholarship athletes and keeping them eligible in each sport. • Tutorial Services The Lions earned an APR score of 991, placing them in a tie • Laptop Checkout for Team Travel for fifth with Villanova among all 326 Division I institutions. • Information about Awards/Scholarships • Life skills and Developmental Workshops/Speakers Rounding out the top-5 are Yale (999), Princeton (994), Penn • Leadership and Mentoring opportunities (993) and William & Mary (992). LMU, who is considered a Division I-AAA institution (those schools who compete at the LMU is committed to ensuring every student-athlete D-I level without football), ranks number one among those reaches their full potential in the classroom. Each stuinstitutions. dent-athlete is required to be enrolled in 15 units per semester and is asked to keep a minimum 2.5 cumu"The efforts of our student-athletes, coaches and staff, who lative GPA. Each team can increase the department put in tireless hours, specifically those in our newly conMatt Casaña standard depending on the philosophy of the coach. Academic Coordinator structed Student-Athlete Academic Center, is the reason mcasana@lmu.edu behind our success," said LMU Director of Athletics Dr. AT-RISK STUDENTS William Husak. "It is the people that make this place so speIf a student falls below a 2.5 GPA during a given cial and their hard work deserve all the praise for earning an semester they are required to meet weekly with a APR that is fifth in the nation. I am very proud to be a Lion." member of the academic support staff and attend LMU also ranks first among all institutions in the state of study hall the following semester. To help students in California, number one among all Jesuit institutions and best need, tutorial services through the Learning Resource Center (LRC) may be recommended by the advisor or in the West Coast Conference (WCC). The average APR requested by the student. among the eight schools in the WCC sits at 964. The national average among all Division I schools is 948. Each school in FIRST YEAR STUDENTS Mandy Clemens the WCC is private and seven of the eight are classified D-I All first semester student-athletes are required to Graduate Assistant AAA. The average among private schools nationally is 965 meet weekly with a member of the academic support aclemens@lmu.edu and among D-I AAA institutions is 954. staff to ensure they get off on the LMU had 11 of its 16 sports earn a perright track at LMU. In addition, they fect score of 1000 and every sport earned are expected to attend study hall for a rate above a 967. Of the institutions in a minimum of 4 hours weekly, in 2 Examples from the 2004-2005 academic year of the acahour blocks. Students are encourthe WCC, Santa Clara was the closest in demic excellence LMU student-athletes epitomize: aged to form study groups here with terms of perfect scores among individual fellow student-athletes. Finally, first programs with seven. According to the • 158 National Scholar-Athletes year students are required to take a new Academic Performance Rate require(Minimum 3.0 GPA in 15 units or more) one-unit class, LIBA 125, • 9 WCC All-Academic Members Foundations of Academic ments, teams must maintain an APR score • 2 LMU Presidential Citation Award Winners Achievement. Taught by the of 925 or above, or they will be subject to • 3 First Team CoSIDA District VIII Academic Coordinator, Matt Casaña, a contemporaneous penalty. An APR of All-Academic Members this class serves to foster important 925 equates to a 50 percent graduation • 1 Second Team CoSIDA District VIII lessons in students such as time All-Academic Members rate. management, college nutrition, and • 1 NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship Award Honoree study skills.

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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Building Champions

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he 2005-06 academic year will mark the 99th year of competition in intercollegiate athletics for the Loyola Marymount University Athletics Department. Just one year shy of a century, the LMU Lions have had some memorable moments in the world of collegiate athletics, showing they have been “Building Champions� for nearly a century.

A lot has changed since 1906 when LMU, then known as St. Vincent's College, began fielding a basketball team. The initial season of LMU athletics offered a glimpse of things to come as the Lions posted a 5-0 record in that first season. Since that time, LMU has grown considerably and offers a diverse range of 18 varsity sports, 16 of which compete at the Division I level within the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Twelve sports, including baseball, men's and women's basketball, women's crew, men's and women's cross country, men's golf, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's tennis and women's volleyball, compete in the prestigious West Coast Conference. In addition, women's swimming participates in the Pacific Collegiate Swimming Conference and men and women's water polo compete in the Western Water Polo Association. Women's softball competes in the Pacific Coast Softball Conference to round out the 16 programs competing at the NCAA D-I level. Men's crew is affiliated with the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association and the LMU cheer program was added as a varsity sport in 2005. The success of Lion Athletics has never been stronger, claiming some its crowning moments since 2000. For the second year in a row LMU combined to send five teams to their respective NCAA postseason tournaments, and since the start of the 21st century, the Lions have sent 20 teams to the NCAA tournament while winning 14 conference championships in the process. With the success, 39 individual student-athletes have earned All-America honors since 2000. Of late the women's water polo program has burst onto the scene, winning five straight Western Water Polo Association Championships and making five consecutive trips to the NCAA tournament. Their second place finish in the 2004 NCAAs and final No. 2 ranking in the polls was the best finish ever by an LMU program. 1986 World Series

Add men's water polo and their three championships in the last four years, the water polo program as a whole has become one of the best with eight championships since 2001. Putting together a string of titles is not new for the Lions. Prior to women's water polo and their string, baseball and volleyball had been the standard bearer for consecutive titles. Baseball did it from 19982000 while women's volleyball did it from 1994-1996.

One of the most memorable runs in NCAA history was that of the Pa u l Westhead lead men's basketball programs from 1985-1990. The Lions won two WCC tournament titles, and two regular season titles. As the Lions set the all-time NCAA DivisionI record with 122.4 points per game in 1990, it was the people that made the Lions special. Playing for fallen teammate Hank Gathers, who died of a heart condition while playing for the Lions in the WCC tournament in 1990, the Lions did the impossible with a run at the NCAA Tournament, reaching the Elite Eight and capturing the hearts of the nation.

Bo Kimble

Sarah Noriega

What Bo Kimble, Hank Gathers, Jeff Fryer and the rest of the uptempo Lions did for the men's basketball team continued a longstanding tradition of a basketball legacy at LMU. Two Loyola basketball alumni, Pete Newell and Phil Woolpert, have been inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. Newell coached the 1960 U.S. Olympic basketball team to a gold medal and led California to the 1959 NCAA Championship. Woolpert coached the University of San Francisco to the 1955 and 1956 NCAA Championships and a 60-game win streak, the second longest in college basketball history. Speaking of championships, Bob Boyd, former Loyola football and track great, captured the 1950 NCAA men's track championship in the 100-yard dash. He later played seven seasons as a tight

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end for the NFL's Los Angeles Rams, and led them to the 1951 World title. The 1980s saw LMU's athletic success propel to the national and international level. Just four years after pitching the LMU baseball team to the 1986 College World Series, Tim Layana was a vital member of the 1990 World Series Champion Cincinnati Reds. Five members from the 1986 LMU team eventually played in the major leagues. Like Boyd in the NFL and Layana in MLB, many former LMU student-athletes have gone onto the next level in their respective sports. Entering the 2005-06 season, 16 former baseball players currently play professional baseball, including the most recent to hit the majors in C.J. Wilson with the Texas Rangers and Billy Traber with the Cleveland Indians. Additionally, four men's soccer players have played in the MLS the last four years, including Arturo Torres playing for Chivas USA.

players have played professionally, including 2000 Olympian Sarah Noriega. The 1996 firstteam All-American was just one Lion to make an appearance in the Olympics. This past 2004 Summer Olympics former and threetime men's volleyball All-American Reid Priddy burst on the international scene and led the U.S. Men's Volleyball team. Current women's water polo players Rachel Riddell and Christine Robinson both played for the Canadian National Team in the Olympics. Over 99 years ago the Lions began Building Champions.The work continues in 2005-06.

LMU Highlights BASEBALL WCC Championships: 1973, 1986, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2000 NCAA Appearances: 1973, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2000 College World Series: 1986 MEN’S BASKETBALL WCC Championships: 1960*, 1961, 1988, 1990 WCC Tournament Titles: 1988, 1989 NCAA Appearances: 1961, 1980, 1988, 1989, 1990 NIT Appearances: 1986 MEN’S CREW 1992 Light Weight Four Pacific Coast Champions MEN’S SOCCER NCAA Appearances:

MEN’S WATER POLO WWPA Championship:

Over the years six former women's volleyball

NCAA Appearances:

2001, 2002, 2003, 2004

2001, 2003, 2004 2001, 2003 2004

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL WCC Championships: WCC Tournament Titles: NCAA Appearances: WNIT Appearance:

2004 2004 2004 2001

WOMEN’S CREW 1981 Varsity Four National Champions 1986 Varsity Four National Champions Stacia Peterson/2004 WWP Team

LION ALL-AMERICANS 1990 Bo Kimble (Men’s Basketball - 2nd-Team) Hank Gathers (Men’s Basketball - 2nd-Team) Kerry House (Women’s Volleyball - HM) 1995 Julie Greer (Women’s Volleyball - HM) 1996 Kim Blankinship (W. Volleyball - 3rd-Team) Tracy Holman (Women’s Volleyball - HM) 1997 Sarah Noriega (Women’s Volleyball - 1st-Team) 1998 Reid Priddy (Men’s Volleyball - 2nd-Team) Robert Schildts (Men’s Volleyball - 3rd-Team) Scott Walter (Baseball - Freshman 1st-Team) Michael Schultz (BASE - Freshman 1st-Team) Ryan Beaver (Baseball - Freshman HM) 1999 Reid Priddy (Men’s Volleyball - 2nd-Team) Billy Traber (Baseball HM) Curt Fiore (Baseball - 3rd-Team)

SOFTBALL WISL Championships:

Arturo Torres

PCSC Championships: NCAA Appearances:

(since 1990)

Sarah McFarland (Women’s Volleyball - 2nd-Team) Tracy Sharp (Women’s Soccer - HM) 2000 Reid Priddy (Men’s Volleyball - 1st-Team) Scott Walter (Baseball - 2nd-Team) Billy Traber (Baseball -2nd-Team) Sarah McFarland (Women’s Volleyball - 1st-Team) Kevin Witt (Men’s Water Polo - 3rd-Team) 2001 Lucy Windes (WWP - 2nd-Team) Kevin Witt (Men’s Water Polo - 2nd-Team) Kevin Paulsen (Men’s Water Polo - HM) Stephen Lipinski (Men’s Water Polo - HM) 2002 Devon Courtney (WWP - 3rd-Team) Lucy Windes (WWP - 2nd-Team) Teresa Guidi (WWP - 2nd-Team) Sean Smith (Baseball - Freshman 1st-Team) Joe Frazee (Baseball - Freshman HM) Andres Murriagui (Men’s Soccer - 1st-Team) Arturo Torres (Men’s Soccer - 3rd-Team) Jeff Kovar (Men’s Soccer - Academic 1st-Team) Kevin Witt (Men’s Water Polo - 3rd-Team)

Billy Lockin (Baseball - 1st-Team) 2003 Teresa Guidi (WWP - 2nd-Team) Rachel Riddell (WWP - 3rd-Team) Katie Hicks (WWP -HM) Kelli Nerison (Women’s Volleyball - HM) Kevin Novak (Men’s Soccer - HM) Michael Erush (Men’s Soccer -1st-Team) Endre Rex-Kiss (Men’s Water Polo - 2nd-Team) 2004 Teresa Guidi (WWP - 1st-Team) Devon Wright (WWP - 2nd-Team) Stacia Peterson (WWP - HM) Matt Kovar (Men’s Soccer - 3rd-Team) Diego Barrera (MSOC - Freshman 3rd-Team) Endre Rex-Kiss (Men’s Water Polo - 2nd-Team) Kelli Nerison (Volleyball - HM) Billy Lockin (Baseball - 1st-Team) 2005 Stacia Peterson (WWP - 2nd-Team) Rachel Riddell (WWP- HM) Vanessa Glendenning (Women’s Crew - HM)

1996, 1999, 2000 2003, 2005 2005

WOMEN’S SOCCER NCAA Appearances:

2002

WOMEN’S TENNIS WCC Championships: NCAA Appearances:

2002 2002

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL WCC Championships: 1986, 1994, 1995, 1996 NCAA Appearances: 1986, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2005 NIVC Appearances: 1990, 1992 WOMEN’S WATER POLO WWPA Championship: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 NCAA Appearances: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 * Shared title, lost tiebreaker for bid to NCAAs

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Hall of Fame MULTI-SPORT

Player Induct. Grad. Adams, Milton “Sparky” 1993 1937 Baseball, Football, Ice Hockey, Track & Field Agamenoni, Aldarico 1994 1937 Football, Ice Hockey Boyd, Bob 1986 1950 Boxing, Football, Track & Field Boyle, Hugh 1989 1943 Baseball, Basketball Brubaker, Harry “Bud” 1989 1932 Basketball, Football Donahue, Bernard 1986 1930 Baseball, Basketball, Football Donovan, Maurice E. 1991 1942 Baseball, Basketball, Golf Duvall, Al 1986 1936 Football, Track & Field Hoffman, Leo 1986 1930 Baseball, Football Hovland, Carl 1992 1939 Basketball, Football, Baseball, Tennis Jelmini, Dean 1987 1973 Baseball, Football Karagozian, John 1994 1933 Baseball, Football, Ice Hockey Kelly, Roger 1986 1939 Baseball, Football, Golf, Track & Field Nocerine, Dominic 1986 1937 Basketball, Football, Ice Hockey, Track & Field Polich, John 1986 1938 Football, Ice Hockey, Track & Field Quinn, Brian 2000 1964 Basketball, Baseball, Administration Race, Edward 1993 1937 Football, Ice Hockey Sanchez, Jamie 1993 1975 Football, Tennis Sunderland, Paul 1986 1975 Basketball, Volleyball Tunney, James 1989 1928 Baseball, Basketball, Football

BASKETBALL

Adelman, Rick Arndt, John Baker, Dick Bento, Ed Brown, Garnette Brown, Sherri (WBB) Donovan, Bill Flanagan, Lynn (WBB) Gathers, Hank Grote, Jerry Haderlein, Jim Kimble, Bo Kriste, Vide J. McDonald, Edwin “Scotty” McKenzie, Forrest Newell, Pete Philyaw, Luther Smith, Keith Smith, Stephen J. Woolpert, Phil Yoest, Mike

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1986 1986 1993 1986 1987 2003 1986 2000 2005 1986 1986 2005 1988 1987 1991 1986 1987 2000 1991 1986 1994

1968 1952 1956 1962 1957 1994 1950 1991 1990 1962 1971 1990 1940 1939 1986 1940 1976 1986 1973 1940 1988

BASEBALL

Bean, William “Billy” Bradberry, Miah Layana, Timothy Logelin, Dr. Michael G. McAnany, James E. Napolitano, Anthony Noah, Russ Sheldon, Robert Stone, Gerald

CREW/ROWING

Hjelm, Karen (Hock) Formento, Merri Lisa

CROSS COUNTRY Kozlowski, Therese

FOOTBALL

Acquarelli, Harry Alker, Guerin P Andorka, Bela J. Brito, Gene Cheatham, Ernie Currin, Paul Donahue, Burch A. Ferris, Neil G. Giancanelli, Harold “Skip” Klosterman, Don Lauermann, Willard “Bill” E. Musacco, George Nipp, Maury Snyder, Frederick

TENNIS

Anderson, Kristi Crawford, Roger Delgado, Debbie Patridge, Carolyn B.

VOLLEYBALL

Fort, Andrea Holman, Tracy House, Kerry Lacour, Cheryl Petrissans, Catherine Wohlford, Leslie Wrensch, Mardell

THE CLASS OF 2005 1992 2000 1992 1991 1993 2005 1986 1986 1986

1986 1990 1986 1970 1987 1993 1973 1972 1974

2000 1981 1991 1980

1986 1982

1988 1991 1991 1986 1986 1986 1988 1991 1989 1986 1988 1987 1987 1992

1938 1950 1939 1951 1952 1929 1943 1951 1951 1952 1932 1951 1952 1952

2003 1994 1994 1991

1989 1982 1985 1980

1991 2005 2003 1988 1992 1993 2005

1987 1998 1991 1983 1988 1989 1996

TEAMS

1969 Football team 2003 Club National Champions 1981 Women’s Crew 1986 National Champion - Lightweight-4 Shell 1990 Men’s Basketball Team 2005 Elite Eight/WCC Champions

COACHES/ADMINISTRATORS

Buckley, Terry 2005 1957 Season ticket holder Casassa, Rev. Charles S., S.J. 1988 University President (1949-69) Drager, Hub 1986 Athletic Administration (1949-80) Fortner, Nancy 1994 Women’s Volleyball Coach (1980-86) Higgins, Rev. Thomas P., S.J. 1991 Golf Coach (1970-2001)

Jones, Arthur 2003 1950 Basketball Trainer, Season Ticket Holder Kilp, Rev. Alfred J., S.J. 1987 Athletic Administration (1956-1963) Lieb, Tom 1987 Football & Ice Hockey Coach(1930-1938) Malone, Rev. Lorenzo, S.J. 1987 Athletic Admin., Golf Coach (1933-1955) McIssac, Don 1986 Rugby Coach (1960-1980) McKenna, John 1992 Football Coach (1949-51) Merrifield, Rev. Donald P., S.J 1989 University President (1969-84), Chancellor (1985-present) Needles, James 1987 Basketball Coach, Football Coach (1936-1940) Neri, Jerry 1989 Assistant Football Coach (1949-51) Oliver, Jordan 1987 Football Coach (1949-51) Westhead, Paul 2000 Men’s Basketball Head Coach (1986-91)


Athletic Facilities T

he athletic facilities at Loyola Marymount University have seen a little of everything in the almost 70 years while in its current Westchester location. From the 1984 Olympic games to LMU basketball to the World Cup and everything in between, the LMU athletic facilities have become home to the best. Within the complex on the LMU campus, the facilities include Albert Gersten Pavilion, George Page Stadium, Sullivan Field, the Burns Recreation and Aquatics Center, the Jane Bove Boathouse, Smith Field and the LMU Tennis Complex , which includes the George P. Kading and Morris A. Pivaroff Tournament Court completed in 2004. Also completed in 2004 was the addition to Pride Park, the new entrance to baseball’s Page Stadium Adding to the LMU facilities over the summer of 2005 is the brand new SMITH FIELD, home to the 2005 PCSC Champion softball team. The brand new park is complete with inset dugout, state-of-the-art scoreboard, natural grass seating for more than 500 and batting cages. Also taking place this summer was the addition of a golf practice facility behind center field of Smith Field and a new fan and alumni area in the Burns Aquatics Center. The continual capital improvement projects are just another reason why LMU is “Building Champions.” The existing centerpiece to the LMU athletics facilities is GERSTEN PAVILION, entering its 24th year as the home to LMU’s indoor athletic events. Hosting men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball, the Pavilion has seen its share of memorable moments. One came as the men’s basketball team posted a 16-game winning streak that spanned three seasons from Feb. 25, 1987 through Nov. 28, 1988. On Feb. 20, 1988, during the winning streak, Gersten set the attendance record with a standing room only crowd of 4,525 in a 142-127 win over rival Pepperdine. Built to accommodate the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, the Pavilion served as the host site for the weightlifting competition. It is named in honor of Albert Gersten, father of Albert Gersten, Jr., a 1974 LMU graduate. Now in its 23rd season as the home of Lion baseball, GEORGE C. PAGE STADIUM has established itself as one of college baseball’s most unique ball parks. The park continues to distinguish itself thanks to the recent addition of Pride Park. However, the biggest enhancement came in 2001 with the Mikos Blue Monster, a new wall in left field that contains a manual scoreboard, complete with out of town scores reminiscent to some of the major league’s classic parks. The wall was built thanks to a gift from Paul Mikos. The BURNS RECREATION AND AQUATICS CENTER opened in the fall of 2000 and has become the home of some of the best water polo in the NCAA. The Olympic size pool is part of the $18-million Burns Rec Center, and serves as the home venue for men’s and women’s water polo and women’s swimming. Showing that it is one of the finest facilities in the country, LMU hosted the Men’s Water Polo NCAA National Championships in December of 2002. Throughout the last decade, SULLIVAN FIELD has been host to some of the best in soccer from around the world. With the development of the soccer program at LMU, Sullivan Field has become one of the top facilities in the soccer rich WCC. Sullivan has been host to some of the world’s best soccer. Sweden, Italy and Argentina used Sullivan during the 1994 FIFA World Cup, and four years later, the field was used as a practice site for the World Cup exhibition Gold Cup Tournament. The LMU Outdoor Athletic Facilities Complex features the new Smith Field and the LMU Tennis Center, which is home to the new KADING AND PIVAROFF TOURNAMENT COURT, the centerpiece of the facility. Completed in 2002, JANE BROWNE BOVE BOATHOUSE is the only athletics facility not on the grounds of the Westchester campus. The facility includes two boat bays, a work area, an office, a new dock and restrooms. The boathouse is part of beautiful Marina del Rey, Calif. Conditions are generally ideal. The water is protected within the marina, temperatures are nice throughout the year and boat traffic is low. More is on the horizon. In October of 2005, the Athletics Department will be part of a major campaign that will ensure that LMU Athletics will Build Champions well into the future. Follow LMULions.com for the latest on the newest LMU facilities.

HOW TO GET HERE The Loyola Marymount University campus is located in Westchester at One LMU Drive, approximately four miles north of the Los Angeles International Airport. There are two entrances to the campus, the main entrance off of Lincoln Blvd. on LMU Drive. The other entrance, which serves the Athletic Complex, is off Loyola Blvd. and 80th Street. Directions are for the main entrance. Those seeking handicap parking must use the main entrance. From the Los Angeles International Airport: Travel north on Sepulveda Blvd. Remain in either of the left two lanes and merge onto Lincoln Blvd. Follow Lincoln Blvd north past Manchester Blvd. Turn right onto LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate. From the South: Travel on 405 North, exit on Jefferson Blvd., and turn left. Head west and make a left onto Lincoln Blvd. Head south and turn left into the campus on LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate. From the North: Travel on 405 South, exit on Jefferson Blvd., and turn right. Head west and make a left onto Lincoln Blvd. Head south and turn left into the campus on LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate. From the East (using the 105 Freeway): Travel on 105 West, exit on Sepulveda Blvd., and go north. Remain in either of the left two lanes and merge onto Lincoln Blvd. Follow Lincoln Blvd north past Manchester Blvd. Turn right onto LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate. From the East (using the 10 Freeway): Travel on 10 West to 405 South, exit on Jefferson Blvd., and turn right. Head west and make a left onto Lincoln Blvd. Head south and turn left into the campus on LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate.

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Strength & Conditioning

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he strength and conditioning program at LMU has become a primary piece in its quest to Build Champions. The program has taken a huge step into become one of the top strength and conditioning programs with the new direction established by Head Strength Coach Rick Stassi and Assistant Strength Coach Todd Sutker. With the program in place, Stassi and Sutker have developed goals for the student-athletes that implement a plan to advance each athlete. The development of each athlete is focused so they may reach their athletic potential. The training through Stassi's program will be enhanced through proper training in strength, conditioning, flexibility, agility, nutrition and rest. The program assesses each athlete's strengths and weaknesses in those areas and customizes each program to meet individual needs. Like the rest of the LMU campus where individual attention is the norm and not the exception, strength and conditioning strives on that philosophy. With the program in place, the staff works with the athlete and the coaches to give specialized individual attention to ensure proper growth for the athlete and the sport. Every workout is supervised with daily attention given to the athlete to assure progression. The programs are also designed to limit injury to the student-athlete while in action. Athletes are often affected with minor injuries that limit participation. The program has special equipment and protocols in place to ensure that the injured athlete continues to train so that deconditioning does not take place. This will allow for a more rapid return to full participation. The Lions will continue to work in the nearly 1,000-square foot facility in Gersten Pavilion. In addition, the student-athletes workout in the 8,000-square foot weight and fitness training facility within the Burns Recreation and Aquatics Center, which opened in 2000. During the winter of 2003, Coach Cruz oversaw the renovation of the baseball weight room. The room, which features wall-to-wall mirrors and new equipment, displays program and individual honors, including past conference player/pitcher of the year recipients. The improvements encourage LMU players to reach that level of excellence, emphasizing that success is earned through daily effort.

THE STAFF

Rick Stassi - Head Strength Coach

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f you ask the more than 50 coaches and administrators or the more than 330 student-athletes within the LMU athletic department who is the most energetic person inside the walls of Gersten Pavilion or any of the venues on campus, the overwhelming choice would be secondyear strength coach Rick Stassi. In overseeing the 18 varsity programs at LMU, Stassi has brought a new level of energy, and that is putting it lightly. Trying to keep up with the 47-year old is easier said than done, and the student-athletes have responded. Stassi comes from an extensive background in the field of fitness. He earned his Masters of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology, Sports Medicine, Biomechanics and Motor Development from Cal State Fullerton in 1998. He also earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Kinesiology from CSF in 1993. This past season he helped train six All-Americans at LMU, giving him 40 AllAmericans in the past eight years. Prior to joining LMU in 2004, Stassi was the strength and conditioning coach for the Cal State Fullerton baseball team from 1991-2000. On the professional side, he has trained more than 300 professional athletes, including 13 top draft picks in Major League baseball. He also has trained nine Olympic athletes with his training partner the last five years, Jason Lezak, a two-time Olympic gold, silver and bronze medalist. Stassi has also trained Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart the past six years. Prior to entering the relm of athletics, Stassi spent more than eight years as a firefighter-paramedic with the Fremont Fire Department. He attended the Paramedic Program at Stanford University in 1981. He lives in Irvine with his two sons, Trent (16) and Dane (13).

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odd Sutker joined LMU as the Assistant Strength Coach midway through the 2004-05 season and has joined Head Strength Coach Rick Stassi in bringing a new level of energy to the strength program that has it among the best. Sutker comes to LMU after spending five years in the strength and conditioning field in Lake Tahoe, Calif. He most recently was an adjunct instructor in the physical education department at Lake Tahoe Community College and the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Lake Tahoe Women’s Ice Hockey Team. He arrived in Lake Tahoe in 1999 and began as a personal trainer at Body Sculpt Fitness. He also worked at Tahoe High School as the strength and conditioning coach for women’s basketball and volleyball. After graduating from the University of Arizona in Tucson in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Sutker worked as a fitness instructor for Family Fitness Center in Costa Mesa. After one year at Family, he spent four years with Stanwood High School as the strength and conditioning coach, working with women’s basketball and volleyball. He is a certified personal trainer by both the American Council on Exercise and the National Academy of Sports Medicine and is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist.

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Athletics Training Keith Ellison - Head Athletics Trainer

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he busiest place per square foot on the campus of Loyola Marymount University is not what one would think. It is not LMU's on campus commons area, the Lair, University Hall or the LMU bookstore. It is the LMU Athletics Training Room. Right around 1,000-square feet, the LMU training room at any given moment in season is what Head Athletics Trainer Keith Ellison calls "organized and controlled chaos." In the height of its busiest time of the year, when all 18 LMU NCAA Division I sports are in action, the Training Room can make a casual onlooker dizzy. However, Ellison, his three full-time assistants, Joe Gonzalez, Beth Drayer, Gary Dyogi and 15 student assistants make it look easy. In his 16th-year at LMU and 10th as the Head Athletics Trainer, Ellison and his staff have turned the LMU training room into a model for the school's main conference affiliate, the West Coast Conference. "This is a great place to be because of the people," said Ellison, who graduated from LMU in 1987. "The fulltime staff we have here is the best in the conference. We have the right personalities for LMU and they all genuinely care and are concerned about the student-athletes, not just for their injuries and sports they play, but for each person as a whole. "And it is not just my staff. It is the students that make this place great. The student-athletes care and respect what we are doing. With 18 sports and just three trainers, it can get difficult in seeing to every need of the athletes. But the students understand and respect each other and make this place very, very successful now and in the future." On a given day, the Athletics Training Room will see about half of the 325 student-athletes at LMU. A given day will include lots of paper work, therapy for student-athletes recovering from injuries that keep them out of competition, appointments with doctors and pre- and post-practice needs. "Our mission is to eliminate the chance for injury. We stress the use of ice and strength and conditioning to reduce the risk of injury. Thus, the traffic in our training room can get very heavy throughout the day," said Ellison, who has been busy this year. "We have had a lot of different injuries with many different teams. Because of that we have had a lot of traffic in our training room doing rehab and doing the normal stuff to prepare for practice or games." In addition to providing the best care available in the nation to LMU athletes, the training program services the needs of its opponents in a first class manner and provides an opportunity for students in the field of athletic training to earn valuable experience. With more than 50 years of experience in the field, the Training Program provides services that includes a philosophy that places a high value on health and wellness, a program that allows injured student-athletes to return to their sport as soon as medically safe and to substantially reduce the risk of athletic injury for those student-athletes. The Training Room at LMU features state-of-the-art equipment in a 1,000square foot sports medicine complex. The equipment includes whirlpools, paraffin bath, ultrasound, muscle stimulation and hydrocalators.

n his 10th season as head athletic trainer and director of sports medicine for the department of athletics at Loyola Marymount University is Keith Ellison. Ellison has been in the professional field of athletic training for more than 16, all of them here at LMU. After graduating with a degree in business administration and a minor in economics from LMU in 1987, Ellison worked as an intern at LMU while completing his coursework in athletic training at UCLA. The National Athletic Trainers Association in 1993 certified him as an athletic trainer. Ellison is responsible Keith Ellison for all areas of athletic training for LMU's 18 varsity Head Athletic sports. He coordinates and supervises the physical theraTrainer py for more than 330 student-athletes. Ellison is a member of several committees and associations affiliated with athletic training, and has served on numerous advisory and search committees during his tenure at LMU. Ellison was appointed the athletic trainer for the Los Angeles Lakers Summer Pro League Mini-camp, the Magic Johnson MidSummer All-Star Charity Game, Pete Newell's Big Man Camps, and numerous other summer pro-leagues and summer camps in Southern California.

Joe Gonzalez - Asst. Athletics Trainer

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oe Gonzalez has 13 years of experience at LMU, dating back to 1993 when he served as a student athletic trainer at LMU. He rejoined the Lions full-time in 2003. A 1997 graduate of LMU, Gonzalez served as a Sports Medicine Coordinator and as the program administrator for the Excellence in Athletic High School Program at the Center of Athletic Medicine. There he was responsible for the management of 16 ATCs, covering 18 area high schools. He has also served as a Certified Athletic Trainer at Intermountain Heath Care (1998-2000), the Ladies Joe Gonzalez League Baseball (1997) and the Fila Summer Pro Assistant Athletic Trainer League in Long Beach, Calif. In addition, Gonzalez was a certified athletic trainer for the 2002 Olympic games in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was assigned to the long track speedskating at the Olympic Oval. While he completed his bachelor degree in Biology, he worked at West Coast Center for Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine in Manhattan Beach.

Beth Drayer - Asst. Athletic Trainer

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eth Drayer comes to LMU from the University of Oregon where she served as a Graduate Teaching Fellow. For two academic years her role was the clinical co-coordinator of the Athletic Training Service Center while serving as a lab instructor for undergraduate sports medicine classes. Drayer earned her masters degree in Exercise and Movement Science/Sports Medicine in 2002 and her bachelor degree in Kinesiology in 1998 from Penn State University. In the Fall of 1996 she began as a full-time student trainer at Penn State, working primarily with Beth Drayer baseball, men's and women's track and men's soccer. Assistant Athletic Following Penn State, she was the head athletic trainer Trainer for Spartanburg Day School, part of the Spartanburg Regional Sports Medicine Fellowship until May of 1999. She continued to work in the public schools, serving as a the head athletic trainer for Cresskill High School prior to attending the University of Oregon.

Gary Dyogi - Asst. Athletic Trainer

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ary Dyogi has been an athletic trainer as a student and part-time since 1997 and joined the LMU training staff full-time in 2004. He worked on the training staff in 2003, filling in for Ellison during a medical leave in 2003. He is the third member of the staff to return to his alma mater. He graduated from LMU with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Science in 2000. He joins the Lions on a fulltime basis after working as the Head Athletic Trainer with Ontario High School. Dyogi spent time with the Daly City Renegades, a semi-pro football team, as well as working at the professional basketball Summer Pro League.

Gary Dyogi

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Administration PRESIDENT

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EV. ROBERT B. LAWTON, S.J., was named the 14th president of Loyola Marymount University on June 1, 1999. Father Lawton leads LMU into the next millennium after serving as the dean of Georgetown College at Georgetown University since 1989. Lawton, a classicist, scripture scholar, administrator, and priest, was born in Cumberland, Maryland, and entered the Society of Jesus in July 1965. Possessing a wealth of experience in both university teaching and administration, Fr. Lawton comes to LMU after giving 20 years of service to Georgetown University. Serving as the assistant Dean from 1984-89, Fr. Lawton also taught in the Theology department as an adjunct assistant professor during that period. He started at the University in 1977 as an assistant professor of Theology and worked in that capacity until 1979. He earned his bachelor of arts degree in classics from Fordham University in 1971, graduating Phi Beta Kappa (summa cum laude). Fr. Lawton went on to attend Harvard University where he completed his doctorate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations in 1977. Fr. Lawton was a Danforth and Woodrow Wilson Fellow at Harvard. He was ordained in 1981. Following his preparation for ordination from 1979-81, Fr. Lawton traveled to Germany to conduct independent study in both German and theology. In 1982, he accepted an assistant

VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS

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r. Lane Bove began her career as Vice President for Student Affairs at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in 1987. She is an active member of the West Coast Conference (WCC), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), California Women in Higher Education and the Center for Excellence in Education. Dr. Bove is involved in the formation and development of co-curricular programs that enhance the LMU student’s engagement in the full collegiate experience. Under the direct supervision within the division of Student Affairs, Dr. Bove oversees Athletics, Student Health/Psychological Services, Center for Service & Action, Career Development Services, Student Life and Recreation Center. Prior to her appointment as Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Bove began her career in education as a Reading Specialist from 1976 through 1981 at the Palos Verdes Unified School District and then joined Loyola Marymount University as Director of the Learning Resource Center in 1981. Dr. Bove received a master’s in reading from Loyola University and a doctorate in Institutional Management from Pepperdine University in 1990.

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professorship teaching Hebrew and Aramaic at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, Italy, a post he held until 1984. In addition to his teaching and administrative duties at Georgetown, Fr. Lawton served on numerous campus committees examining such areas as campus planning, student life, freshman and transfer student admissions, and community relations. Outside of the University he has served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Scranton and Fairfield University. Father Lawton holds the rank of professor in LMU’s Departments of Theological Studies and Classics.

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE

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n addition to becoming an institution of sorts in the School of Engineering, Dr. Michael Mulvihill has become one within the Athletics Department, serving as Faculty Representative for more than 10 years. Mulvihill is a Registered Professional Engineer of California and teaches classes in Open Channel Hydraulics, Fluid Mechanics, Surveying, and the freshman engineering course sequence. He is the freshman advisor for all engineering students. He has written and presented a number of professional papers at ASCE National Hydraulics and Water Resources Conferences and currently serves as a member of the American Society for Engineering Education. His current research interest is the development of a multimedia knowledge based computer system as an aid in testing of flood control systems. Dr. Mulvihill has a long association with the Los Angeles District of the Army Corps of Engineers where he is involved with the planning and design of flood control systems. Mulvihill earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Loyola in 1960. He then earned an Masters of Science from the University Southern California in 1963 and then his Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1973.


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r. William S. Husak begins his eighth year as the Athletics Director at Loyola Marymount University. Since taking over the program in 1998, LMU has reached a new level of success. While the Lions’ success has been some of the best in program history, Husak firmly believes the program has “just scratched the surface.” His administrative efforts have focused on developing a team of coaches, support staff and administrators who believe that LMU’s athletics program can be among the elite in the nation. This period of time has been marked by enhancing the support of the athletic teams through the creation of the Student-Athlete Academic Center and the Lions’ Strength and Conditioning Center, increased scholarship and operational support and enhancing the coaching and support staff. “The last seven years have been a high energy environment in the Athletics Department,” Husak said. “Because of the support of so many people at LMU, the program has been producing a winning record on the field and in the classroom. The 2003-04 season smashed all previous records for success and we continued that in 2004-05. While we recognize our success this past year, we realize that the potential here at LMU is so much greater and we are just beginning to realize what can be accomplished at LMU.” The past seven years have been some of the most successful seasons in school history as the Lions won over 58 percent of its dual competitions in that span. Since 1998, LMU has claimed 17 conference championships and 23 NCAA postseason appearances. Off the field, the Lions have had a 50 percent increase in national scholar-athletes as 158 claimed the honor in the 2004-05 academic year, the most in school history. In addition, LMU ranked fifth in the nation among all NCAA Division I schools (326) in the first Academic Progress Rates (APR) report, issued by the NCAA in 2004-05. Husak attributes the current success and the future growth of the program on the staff that is in place. Since he took over the program, the coaching and administrative staffs that lend support to the more than 330 student-athletes has more than

doubled in size. A full-time head coach will lead each of the 18 varsity sports sponsored at LMU. When Husak took over, only nine of the programs were led by full-time coaches. In addition, support for the student-athletes was enhanced with the addition of eight brand new staff positions, which included an athletic academic coordinator, marketing/promotions manager, corporate relations manager, two assistant athletic trainers, a strength and conditioning assistant coach and an assistant media relations director. “We have begun to establish a winning tradition at LMU and we have done that through the people that we now have in place,” said Husak. “It was my goal to assemble a staff that would bring success to this program.” That success has led to improved facilities, enhanced fan support both by students and the general public and increased fund raising. “Although much has been accomplished, there is still a great deal to achieve,” Husak said. “If our athletics program is truly to become consistently great, we must achieve the objectives of our campaigns for facilities and endowments. We can not do this without the support of all those who believe that athletics is an integral part of the LMU experience for not just the student-athletes but all who are associated with this great University.” Husak comes from a long and accomplished background as an administrator, fundraiser and professor during a 19-year career at California State University, Long Beach. Between 1993-1998, he served as the Senior Associate Athletics Director and was mainly responsible for Athletics fundraising. While at CSULB between 1983 and 1997, Husak served as an assistant commissioner for the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Between 1986 and 1993 he served as chairman of CSULB's physical education department. As an associate professor of physical education at CSULB between 1979 and 1986, he established the university's Motor Behavior Laboratory. A 1972 graduate of State University of New York (SUNY) at Cortland, Husak holds a master's degree and Ph.D. in Physical Education from Texas Fight on Loyola, A&M Unive r s i ty. He and his wife of 33 years, Tish, live in Fight to win Long Beach and have three sons, Greg, 31, Todd, 27 and Roar on you Lions, Jon, 25.

ORIGINS OF THE LIONS

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lthough its origin is somewhat clouded, the Lion mascot has been synonymous with Loyola Marymount University for more than 70 years. According to the Oct. 5, 1923 edition of the school newspaper, the Los Angeles Loyolan, the Lion mascot was suggested by an enthusiastic fan after 1919 when St. Vincent’s College became Loyola College. Noting the Loyola football player’s fierce competitiveness, that unknown fan described the Loyola players as Lions. The name did not generate too much popularity and the Loyola athletic nickname remained “Loyolan’s” until 1923. At that time, the article explains, the college wished to inspire new pride in its athletes and fans. Noting the success of nicknames for other colleges, the college opted to give the Lion’s nickname a rebirth. Calling the old Lion mascot “mistreated and forgotten,” the article explains that the Lion would officially find its way into all college songs and cheers. The Lion has remained firmly entrenched in Loyola lore to this very day. An alternative origin story traces the nickname to the abundance of actual mountain lions which roamed Westchester when Loyola College moved here in 1927. The area remained widely unpopulated and teemed with wildlife when the school moved atop the bluffs. School officials reportedly adopted the nickname because mountain lions inhabited the area when ground was broken.

LMU FIGHT SONG

Roar again Keep up the spirit born of old, Our loyalty will ne’er grow old Fight on Loyola, We’re all here Backing you with a cheer, We’re beside you, Here to guide you So, Fight! Fight! Fight!

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LMU Athletics Staff STAFF DIRECTORY Maria Behm

Associate AD Business Affairs

Matt Casaña

Director LionsFund

Addie Casey

Mandy Clemens

June D’Amour

Office Supervisor Camp Co-Coordinator

Academic Graduate Asst.

Senior Secretary

Gary Dyogi

Keith Ellison

Rob Anderson

Beth Drayer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Academic Coordinator

Head Athletic Trainer

Carolyn French

Anthony Galvan Athletic Facilities

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jason Hanchar

Karina Handeland

Shelton Lorick

Asst. Director Media Relations

Corporate Relations Manager

Assistant AD Marketing/Tickets

Faith Sauerwald

John Shaffer

Senior Secretary Camp Co-Coordinator

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Assistant AD Media Services

Joe Gonzalez

Athletics Facilities

Dan Smith Associate AD Compliance

Administration DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Dr. William Husak ................................338-2765 SR. ASSOC. DIR. OF ATHLETICS Betty Werner ..........................................338-7483 OFFICE SUPERVISOR/CAMPS Addie Casey ............................................338-1736 SENIOR SECRETARY/CAMPS Faith Sauerwald ..................................338-4504 SENIOR SECRETARY June D’Amour........................................338-1743 Business ASSOCIATE AD / BUSINESS AFFAIRS María Behm ..........................................338-7645 CORPORATE RELATIONS MGR Jason Hanchar ......................................338-5201 BUSINESS AFFAIRS ASSISTANT Robyn Millen ........................................338-2953 Compliance & Eligibility ASSOCIATE AD / COMPLIANCE Dan Smith ............................................338-7789 COMPLIANCE ASSISTANT Becca McMackin....................................338-3706 Media Services ASSISTANT AD/MEDIA SERVICES John Shaffer ..........................................338-7643 ASST. MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTORS Alissa Zito ..............................................338-7638 Carolyn French ......................................338-5798 Marketing/Tickets ASSISTANT AD/TICKETS & MARKETING Karina Handeland ................................258-8608 TICKETS ASSISTANT Chris Hatch............................................338-5466 TBA ........................................................338-5466 Ticket Office ..........................................338-6095 Development ASSISTANT AD/DEVELOPMENT Brian Luft ..............................................338-7853 DIR. FOR ANNUAL SUPPORT Rob Anderson ........................................338-2908 Academics ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Brian Luft

Assistant AD Development

Rick Stassi

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Robyn Millen

Matthew Casana ....................................338-1736 ACADEMICS ASSISTANT Amanda Clemens ..................................338-1736 Strength & Conditioning/Training COORDINATOR ATHLETIC MEDICINE Keith Ellison ..........................................338-2874 ASSISTANT ATHLETICS TRAINERS Joe Gonzalez ..........................................338-2764 Beth Drayer............................................338-2340 Gary Dyogi ............................................338-5220 STRENGTH COACH Rick Stassi..............................................338-5796 ASSISTANT STRENGTH COACH Todd Sutker............................................338-5796 FACILITIES Anthony Galvan ....................................338-7641 Shelton Lorick ......................................338-7641 Angelo Rawles........................................338-7641 Head Coaches Bonnie Adair, Women’s Swimming ......258-4685 Nik DeVore, Men’s Tennis......................338-7589 Frank Cruz, Men’s Baseball ..................338-2949 Gary Ferrin, Women’s Softball ..............338-7651 Alex Galvan, Men’s Golf ........................258-8619 Scott Guerrero, M/W Cross Country......338-7630 Pat Kelly, Men’s and Women’s Crew ....338-7624 Paul Krumpe, Men’s Soccer ..................338-7640 John Loughran, M/W Water Polo ........338-1844 Gregg Murphy, Women’s Soccer ..........338-2795 Jamie Sanchez, Women’s Tennis ..........338-7506 Steve Stratos, Women’s Volleyball ........338-4528 Rodney Tention, Men’s Basketball ......338-7623 Julie Wilhoit, Women’s Basketball........338-7699 Athletic Fax Numbers Administration ......................................338-4577 Aquatics..................................................338-3796 Basketball ..............................................338-7644 Coaching Staff ......................................338-5915 Compliance............................................258-4628 Training Room ....................................338-5191 Media Relations ....................................338-2703

Angelo Rawles

Business Affairs Assistant

Athletics Facilities

Todd Sutker

Betty Werner

Asst, Strength & Conditioning Coach

Senior Associate Athletics Director

Alissa Zito

Asst. Director Media Relations


I want to play at LMU...

GENERAL INFORMATION ON NCAA COMPLIANCE

What do I need to do in order to play at LMU as a freshman?

circumstances:

If you intend to participate in Division I or II athletics as a freshman, you must register and be certified by the NCAA Initial- Eligibility Clearinghouse. The easiest and quickest way to register is by going on-line on the internet at www.ncaaclearinghouse.net. You will need

official visit by the college you will be visiting; (2) on the day of a coach's off-campus contact with you by that coach; (3) on the initial date for signing the National Letter of Intent in your sport through two days after the initial signing date; and (4) you (or your parents

a major credit card to complete the registration. The registration fee is $50 for domestic prospects ($75 for foreign prospects). When you're finished, print out the registration form, sign it and present it to your high school counselor. They will send the form along with

or legal guardians) may telephone a coach at your expense as you wish. At the completion of your junior year (after coaches may also accept collect calls from you, using our number (1-800-LIONS-R-1). In men’s basketball ONLY,

your materials to the NCAA Clearinghouse for processing. If you do not wish to register on-line, your high school counselor(s) can provide you with a student-release form and a brochure titled, "NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student- Athlete." In order to complete

may accept a toll-free call from you no earlier than the conclusion of your sophomore year in high school. RECRUITING CALENDARS

the registration process with the Clearinghouse, you must complete the student-release form and mail the top (white) copy of the form to the Clearinghouse along with the $50 registration fee. Give the yellow and pink copies of the form to a high-school official who then

Keep in mind that every sport has a different recruiting calendar. A coach in a particular sport may or may not be permitted to call you during certain times of the year. When you do speak to a college coach, be sure to ask about the recruiting calendar so you under-

sends the yellow copy, along with an official copy of your high-school t ranscript that includes your SAT or ACT score(s), to the Clearinghouse. Your high school should keep the pink copy for its files. Your counselors can obtain registration materials, at no cost,

stand when you can accept phone calls from college coaches. You can also find the recruiting calendars for all sports on-line at www.ncaa.org.

by calling the Clearinghouse toll-free at 877-262-1492. After graduation and before the school closes for the summer, your counselor must send the Clearinghouse a copy of your final transcript that confirms graduation from high school.

OFF-CAMPUS CONTACTS In all Sports Other Than Football and Basketball A college coach is permitted to make one in-person, off campus contact with you during the month of April during your junior year in

How do I know if I'm being recruited? You become a "prospective student-athlete" when you start ninthgrade classes. Before the ninth grade, you become a prospective

high school. This contact must be made on your high school campus. Thereafter, a college coach may contact you in person off the college campus only on or after July 1 after the completion of your junior year in high school. A contact is any face-to-face meeting

student-athlete if a college gives you (or your relatives or friends) any financial aid or other benefits that the college does not provide to prospective students generally. You become a "recruited prospective student-athlete" at a particular college if any coach

between a college coach or athletics staff member and you or your parents, during which any of you say more than "hello." Also, any such face-to-face meeting that is prearranged or that takes place on your campus, at an organized competition or practice involving you

approaches you (or any member of your family) about enrolling and participating in athletics at that college. Activities by coaches that cause you to become a recruited prospective student-athlete are: (1) providing you with an official visit; (2) placing more than one tele-

or your high school, preparatory school, two-year college or all-star team shall be considered a contact, regardless of the conversation. Currently in all sports other than football, college coaches may contact you off the college campus no more than three times. However,

phone call to you or any other member of your family; or (3) visiting you or any other member of your family anywhere other than the college campus; or (4) issuing to you a National Letter of Intent or written offer of athletically related financial aid.

a college coach may visit your high school (with the approval of your high school principal) only once a week during a contact period. In Men’s Basketball

Boosters: In addition to general recruiting regulations, no alumni, boosters or representatives of a college's athletics interests can be involved in your recruitment. There can be no phone calls or letters

During the academic year, a college coach is limited to seven recruiting opportunities with you (contacts and evaluations combined) with no more than three in-person, off-campus contacts at any site during your senior year in high school.

from boosters. If an LMU booster is contacting you, please call the LMU Compliance Office as soon as possible at (310) 338-7789. Don't risk your NCAA eligibility! When can I talk to the coach and have him/her see me play? TELEPHONE CALLS In all Sports Other Than Football and Basketball

(1) during the five days immediately before your

as often July 1), toll-free coaches

In Women’s Basketball During the academic year, a college coach is limited to five recruiting opportunities with you (contacts and evaluations combined) with no more than three in-person, off-campus contacts at any site during your senior year in high school. This restriction includes your relatives or legal guardians, but does not include any contact made during your official visit to campus. Further, all communication

A college coach (but not a booster) is permitted to call you (or your parents or legal guardians) one time during the month of March during your junior year in high school. All subsequent phone calls to you that are made by a college coach may not be made before July

between you, your relatives, legal guardians, your coach, or anyone else involved with your participation in basketball, directly or indirectly, and a college coach during the month of July is prohibited.

1 after the completion of your junior year in high school. On or after July 1 after the completion of your junior year in high school, a college coach is permitted to call you only one time per week.

EVALUATIONS An evaluation is any off-campus activity used to assess your academic qualifications or athletics ability, including a visit to your high school (during which no contact occurs) or watching you practice or

Exception for Men’s Basketball ONLY Only in the sport of men’s basketball, a college coach (but not a booster) is permitted to call you (or your parents or legal guardians) one time per month on or after June 15 of your sophomore year in

compete at any site. Currently in all sports other than football and women’s basketball, a college coach is limited to seven opportunities (contacts and evaluations combined) to recruit you and not more than three of the seven opportunities may be contacts. In women’s

high school through July 31 of your junior year in high school. Coaches are permitted to call you two (2) times per week on or after August 1 prior to your senior year in high school. For junior college prospects, you may only receive one phone call per week, regardless

basketball, coaches have a limit of five opportunities with which to recruit you (contact and evaluations combined) off the college campus. Not more than three of those five opportunities may be contacts. Once you sign a National Letter of Intent, you may be eval-

of the time period.

uated an unlimited number of times by a college coach from the college with which you have signed.

Exception for Women’s Basketball ONLY Only in the sport of women’s basketball, a college coach (but not a

LETTERS

booster is permitted to call you (or your parents or legal guardians) one time during each of the months of April and May of your junior year in high school. You can receive one call on or after June 1 through June 20, and one call you can receive one call on or after

Letters (including emails) and printed recruiting information may be sent to you starting September 1st at the beginning of your junior year in high school. This information can only be sent to you through regular mail services. College coaches are not permitted to

June 21 through June 30 of your junior year in high school. In addition, you can receive three phone calls during the month of July following your junior year in high school, with no more than one call per week. On or after August 1 prior to your senior year in high school,

send anything to you (expect a National Letter of Intent offer) through any express mail service (e.g. Federal Express, UPS, DHL, etc.).

you can receive no more than one phone call per week.

For more information, www.LMULions.com.

Unlimited Phone Calls Unlimited phone calls can be made to you (or your parents or legal

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WHAT CAN I RECEIVE FROM LMU You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement or arrangement such as cash, clothing, cars, improper expenses, transportation, gifts or loans to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent or attend an NCAA college. Loyola Marymount University may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. The institution can recommend that this aid be renewed each year, as is the general practice at LMU.

guardians) by a college coach ONLY under the following

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Area Attractions

Manhattan Beach, less than five minutes from campus, offers a variety of water activities.

A movie premier is a common occurrence in Hollywood and Westwood, which is less than 30 minutes from campus.

The Griffith Observatory is a change of pace and offers some of the best views of Downtown L.A.

Downtown Century City offers plenty of entertainment opportunities and is the home of 20th Century Fox.

Things To See And Do In Southern California

The mountains provide a spectacular backdrop to the campus and are a car ride away for a getaway.

Greek Theatre

Los Angeles Dodgers

Redondo Beach

Griffith Park Observatory

Los Angeles Kings

Rodeo Drive

Hard Rock Cafe

Los Angeles Lakers

Rose Bowl

Hermosa Beach

Los Angeles Sparks

Santa Monica Pier / Third

Hollywood Bowl

Los Angeles Zoo

Street Promenade

Hollywood Park

Malibu

Sea World

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Mammoth Mountain

Shrine Auditorium

Big Bear Mountain / Lake

House of Blues

Manhattan Beach

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

Catalina Island

Huntington Beach

Marina del Rey

Six Flags Magic Mountain

Disneyland

Knotts Berry Farm

Mann’s Chinese Theatre

Snow Summit

Disney Studios

Legoland

Melrose

Staples Center Universal Studios / City Walk

Dodger Stadium

Long Beach Aquarium

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Newport Beach

Venice Beach

Edison Field “The Big Ed”

Los Angeles Avengers

Queen Mary

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Getty Museum

Los Angeles Clippers

Paramount Studios

Warner Bros. Studios

Great Western Forum

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Planet Hollywood

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MEDIA GUIDE 2006 2006 LMU BASEBALL quick facts the university

Location: ..........................Los Angeles, CA Founded: ............................................1911 Enrollment: ........................................8,300 Nickname: ..........................................Lions Colors: ..................Crimson and Navy Blue National Affiliation: ............NCAA Division I Conference:..............................West Coast Home Field: ........George C. Page Stadium Capacity: ..............................................600 President: ......Rev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J. Athletic Director: ............Dr. William Husak

baseball staff

Head Coach: ........................................................................Frank Cruz Cruz’s Office: ................................................................(310) 338-2949 Cruz’s E-Mail: ................................................................fcruz@lmu.edu Alma Mater: ..................................................................Pepperdine ‘83 Record at LMU: ............................................260-259-2 (nine seasons) Collegiate Career Record: ............................260-259-2 (nine seasons) Assistant Coach: ............................Vince Beringhele (second season) Alma Mater: ............................................................................UCLA ‘83 Assistant Coach: ......................................Robbie Moen (sixth season) Alma Mater: ........................................................................Arizona ‘93 Assistant Coach: ..............................................Tim Leary (first season) Alma Mater: ............................................................................UCLA ‘79 Athletic Trainer: .................. Joe Gonzalez (LMU ‘97, second season)

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2005 Record: ................................................................................31-27 2005 WCC Record: ......................................18-12 (1st Coast Division) 2005 Home Record:......................................................................18-11 2005 Road Record: ......................................................................13-16 2005 Final Ranking ..........................................................................NR Letterwinners Returning / Lost: ..................................................20/12 Starters Returning / Lost: ................................................................6/8 Newcomers: ......................................................................................12

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media relations

Assistant Athletic Director of Media Services: ..................John Shaffer Office Phone: ................................................................(310) 338-7643 Cell Phone:....................................................................(310) 864-2626 E-Mail:........................................................................jshaffer@lmu.edu Assistant Media Relations Director (baseball contact): ........Alissa Zito Office Phone: ................................................................(310) 338-7638 Cell Phone:....................................................................(310) 345-6997 E-Mail: ............................................................................azito@lmu.edu Assistant Media Relations Director: ..............................Carolyn French Office Phone: ................................................................(310) 338-5798 Cell Phone:....................................................................(310) 261-8470 E-Mail:........................................................................cfrench@lmu.edu SID Office Fax: ..............................................................(310) 338-2703 Hotline / Tickets: ..........................................................(310) 338-LION Website: ................................................................www.LMULions.com Mailing Address: ..................................Athletic Media Relations Office ................................................................Loyola Marymount University ....................................................................................Gersten Pavilion ......................................................................................One LMU Drive ................................................................Los Angeles, CA 90045-8235

credits The 2006 LMU Baseball Media Guide is a product of the LMU Athletic Media Relations Office... Photography provided by Glenn Cratty, Jeff Golden, Dirk Dewachter, Scott Cunningham, and Dave Hill... Back cover photo by Glenn Cratty... The Hollywood Sign TM & © 2001 Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, licensed by Global Icons LLC all reights reserved... Film by Adage Graphics of Westchester... Printing by West Coast Reproductions of Marina del Rey... Inside cover photos courtesy of the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau... Additional copies of this guide are available through the Athletic Media Relations Office for $12.00 each.

welcome to LMU This is LMU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Building Champions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Athletic Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Los Angeles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

inside LMU baseball Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Quick Facts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 2005 Season Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 LMU Baseball Tradition . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Baseball Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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Frank Cruz, Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Tim Leary, Assistant Coach. . . . . . . . . . 34 Vince Beringhele, Assoc. Head Coach . 35 Robbie Moen, Assistant Coach . . . . . . . 35 2006 Players . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

2005 Season Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 All-Time Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 2006 Opponent Information . . . . . . . . . . 70 Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Speed Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

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The 2006 Lions:

THE USUAL SUSPECTS Some unusual faces in four transfers and eight freshmen will look to maintain the Lions’ reputation as the usual suspects atop the West Coast Conference.

What do you do when you lose 12 lettermen- including three players selected in the first 10 rounds of the MLB draft- from a team that won its second straight West Coast Conference Coast Division championship? If you are 10th-year Head Coach Frank Cruz, you put another team on the field that could compete for LMU’s seventh WCC title. Now leading the Lions for a decade, Cruz will look to take a team that’s picked to finish fourth in league play to LMU’s fifth WCC Championship Series appearance in eight seasons. The last time the Lions were tabbed to finish fourth, Cruz led the 2004 team to a conference-best 20-7 record and the Coast Division title. His efforts earned him his third WCC Coach of the Year selection and the top place in the 2005 18 L M U

WCC preseason poll. But this season, as fans scan the 2006 roster, some notable names are missing. And the majority of those names are now found on minor league rosters around professional baseball. LMU had a total of seven players sign professional contracts in 2005, including top-10 round picks Stephen Kahn (fifth round, Seattle Mariners), Jeff Stevens (sixth round, Cincinnati Reds), and James Cooper (ninth round, New York Yankees). Kahn was the 2004 WCC Pitcher of the Year, while Stevens and Cooper brought home all-conference honors last season as juniors. Joe Frazee, selected in the 25th round by the Philadelphia Phillies, became the first player in LMU history to receive All-WCC recognition for four seasons.

“We don’t know what to expect because we have key positions to fill,” Cruz said, “most notably, our pitching and outfield.” Four transfers, all of who are probable starters, will try to fill the void left by the draft and graduation. Eight freshmen will join them in the hunt for the WCC title. The returning squad is highlighted by All-WCC first-team selection Chris Pettit, second-team selection Eric Farris, and honorable mention recipient Sean Dovel. 2004 All-WCC honoree Kyle Mura, a 49th round selection of the Chicago Cubs who opted to return for his senior season, also has Lion fans hoping for big things in 2006.

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primesuspect LMU looks to make its fifth WCC Championship Series appearance in eight seasons.


INFIELD A.J. LaMonda returns to anchor the infield for the Lions in 2006. Already a two-year starter for LMU, LaMonda is expected to start at first base again. The junior, known for his reliable glove, also made a name for himself as the Lions’ most consistent hitter in the fall season. Sophomore Justin Bunkis, who made six appearances for the Lions in 2005, may also see time at first base this season. The starting job at the opposite corner is expected to be filled by seniors Kyle Mura and Casey Gordon. Gordon, who transferred from the College of Charleston, hit .290 in conference play as a switch hitter in 2005. Mura was the Lions’ 2005 starter, who now splits his innings between the infield and the pitching mound. Mura hit .247 in 51 games played for the Lions last season and made his pitching debut against Cal State Northridge on May 10. The right-hander threw a hitless ninth, striking out one to seal the victory over the Matadors. Last year, injuries hampered the Lions’ middle infield early in the season, but Farris and redshirt freshman Michael Glomb eventually returned to give LMU the defensive spark it needed. The Lions finished the season 17-8 with Glomb in place as the starting shortstop, and Farris finished among the conference’s top candidates in the WCC Freshman of the Year race. The two return for their sophomore campaigns with hopes of leading the Lions from the start. Fellow sophomore Matt Carter, who saw time in nine games in 2005, and Gordon also add depth to the middle infield. Behind the plate, Dovel returns for his sophomore season after hitting .287 for the Lions in 2005. The catcher capped off his freshman campaign strong, hitting his only two home runs of the season in the final three weeks of play. Junior Adrian Nevarez, who coaches dubbed the team’s most improved player, and freshman Brett Mendoza may share time with Dovel behind the plate. Returners Brandon DiTolla and Jason Lefkowitz and freshman Nik Garcia give the coaching staff some interesting futher options, both offensively and defensively. OUTFIELD For the last three seasons, LMU has been known for its outfield, with Pettit, Frazee, and Cooper keeping the defense intact as three-year starters. Now, Pettit will bring in two transfers to help him continue the job in 2006. With Pettit and his .329 2005 average still starting in left, junior transfer DeAndre Miller will battle returner Anthony Soto for Frazee’s old spot in center field. Miller came to the Lions in January from Fresno State, where he hit .245 with seven stolen bases. Soto hit .250 in 22 appearances for the Lions. Transferring from UC Irvine, senior Erik Johnson will most likely fill the starting right field job. Johnson hit .352 in Big West play for the Anteaters in 2005. Elvis Herrera will also see time in right field and as a possible designated hitter for the Lions, after hitting .286 in 24 games in 2005. Brian

backformore KYLE MURA The Lions’ third baseman/pitcher returns for his senior season after being drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 2005 draft.


Wilson and Ernie Cho will split their time between the outfield and the pitcher’s mound, while fellow freshman Kyle McCormick will also battle for time in the outfield. PITCHING Fans familiar with the recent history of LMU baseball will most likely wonder how this season’s pitching staff will stack up. The Lions lost their top three starting pitchers of 2005, with Kahn, Stevens, and Kyle Huddy each signing professional contracts following the season. Sophomore Brad Meyers, who made six starts for the Lions in 2005, will likely be in the LMU rotation this season. Meyers is coming off a productive summer in the Cape Cod league, where he and Pettit led their Orleans Cardinals to the title. Meyers was named MVP of the playoffs and one of the league’s top-10 prospects. Daniel Macias, Roberto Torres, Blake Feaser, Andy Beal, and Mura will then battle for the remaining starting jobs. The left-handed Macias finished fourth on the 2005 staff with 26 appearances. Torres came to the Lions from San Francisco State, where he led the Gators with 14 starts, 78 innings pitched, and 70 strikeouts. Feaser posted a 4-2 record and led the 2005 squad with four saves. Beal finished his impressive freshman season 4-1 with a team-best 3.71 ERA in 31 appearances. Returners Ezequiel Ruvalcaba, Nathan Keadle, and Greg Nagy and freshmen Melvin Blackmon, Lee Roberts, Michael Kenney, Cho, and Wilson are also expected to see time on the mound for the Lions in 2006. SCHEDULE The Lions once again play as tough a schedule as any team and will face 25 games against teams listed among the nation’s best in the Collegiate Baseball poll. Five opponents off the 2006 schedule participated in the 2005 NCAA Baseball Championships. The LMU schedule will, as always, feature home and away match-ups with perennial powerhouses USC, Long Beach State, and 2004 national champion Cal State Fullerton. The WCC has done away with its divisions, and beginning the season, the teams will play just one threegame series against each conference team. With this shortened conference season, fans will notice additional non-conference match-ups on the schedule. LMU will open the season in Tucson, Arizona, facing one of the nation’s top programs in the University of Arizona. Returning home, the Lions will host three-game series with non-conference opponents Cal Poly, Hawaii, and UC Santa Barbara at Page Stadium in February and March. “As usual, we fell like we’re playing the very best competition in the country,” Cruz said. “The tough competition comes not only in our WCC schedule, but also with teams we will play outside our conference both at home and on the road, beginning with a very talented Arizona team.”

seniorleader CHRIS PETTIT The All-WCC firsteam selection looks to cap off his career with a WCC championship.


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WORLD Twenty years later, the 1986 College World Series squad highlights the tradition of postseason play for LMU baseball. The 1986 LMU baseball team had the best season in program history. It was also one of the best overall seasons of all time for LMU Athletics. Following a 1985 season in which the Lions did not have a winning record at 27-28, the program performed one of the best turnarounds in LMU athletics history. They finished the season with a program-best 50 wins and wrapped up the season at 50-15, a 23-game improvement from the previous year. The season started with the Lions winning their first eight games and 12 of their first 13. As the season progressed, LMU produced a 13-game winning streak from March 21 through April 11, and won 20 of 21 games in the middle of the season. With the winning streak came the nation’s top ranking by the ESPN/Collegiate Baseball National Poll. The Lions never looked 22 L M U

back, finishing tied with Pepperdine for first place in the West Coast Athletic Conference at 19-5, setting up a one game playoff to determine the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Regional. Played at Jackie Robinson Stadium on the campus of UCLA, the Lions defeated the Waves 14-9 to earn the bid to the NCAA West Regional. LMU was placed with UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and the University of Hawaii in Los Angeles at UCLA. It looked as though it might be two-andout for the Lions, as they dropped their first game to UC Santa Barbara 11-5 to move down to the elimination bracket. However, LMU would reel off its next four games, fighting through four separate elimination games to earn a bid to the school’s first appearance in the College World Series. In game two of the Regional, the Lions defeated

UCLA 12-10, eliminating the Bruins and earning a rematch with UC Santa Barbara. LMU advanced past the Gauchos with a 14-6 win, and would then have to beat the University of Hawaii twice to compete in Omaha. After 10-6 and 12-5 victories, the Lions earned a trip to the 1986 College World Series. On May 30, the Lions opened up their first World Series trip with a 4-3 win over perennial power LSU, to earn a two-day rest and play in the winner’s bracket. The Lions played the University of Arizona on June 2 and lost a heartbreaker 7-5 to drop to the elimination bracket to face Oklahoma State. The Cowboys were too much for the Lions, as they went on to an 11-5 win.


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LMU’s Final National Rankings 1986 6th, Baseball America 6th, Collegiate Baseball

1988 13th, Baseball America 18th, Collegiate Baseball 1989 16th, Baseball America 18th Collegiate Baseball 1990 22nd, Baseball America 25th, Collegiate Baseball 2000 16th, Baseball America 24th, Collegiate Baseball 25th, ESPN Coaches

ESPN/Collegiate Baseball National Poll APRIL 22, 1986 1. LMU 2. Florida State 3. Louisiana State 4. Miami (FL) 5. Texas 6. Oral Roberts 7. Southern Florida 8. UCLA 9. Texas A&M 10. Michigan

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lions in the pros Headlined by five LMU players who joined the professional ranks in 2005, including three who were selected in the first 10 rounds, the list of pro Lions grows with each season.

YEAR

PLAYER

ROUND ORIGINAL CLUB

YEAR

PLAYER

ROUND ORIGINAL CLUB

2005

Stephen Kahn

5th

Seattle Mariners

1991

Joe Caruso

3rd

Boston Red Sox

2005

Jeff Stevens

6th

Cincinnati Reds

1991

Joe Ciccarella

4th

Boston Red Sox

2005

James Cooper

9th

New York Yankees

1991

Todd Gates

17th

Texas Rangers

2005

Joe Frazee

25th

Philadelphia Phillies

1991

Darrel Deak

18th

St. Louis Cardinals

2005

Kyle Huddy

FA

Cincinnati Reds

1991

Mark Tillman

25th

Detroit Tigers

2004

Kevin Jenson

30th

San Francisco Giants

1991

Rick Mediavilla

27th

St. Louis Cardinals

2004

Billy Lockin

37th

Arizona Diamondbacks

1991

Chris Spears

FA

San Diego Padres

2004

Brady Koch

FA

Houston Astros

1991

Jon Willard

FA

SLC Trappers

2004

Will Quaglieri

FA

New York Mets

1990

Miah Bradbury

5th

Miami Miracle

2003

Josh Muecke

5th

Houston Astros

1990

Tony Kounas

21st

Seattle Mariners

2003

Josh Whitesell

6th

Montreal Expos

1990

Darryl Scott

FA

California Angels

2003

Vince Cordova

9th

New York Mets

1990

Steve Surico

FA

Texas Rangers

2003

Ryan Yurek

24th

Houston Astros

1990

Kevin VandeBrake

FA

LA Dodgers

2001

CJ Wilson

5th

Texas Rangers

1989

Rick Allen

10th

Cincinnati Reds

2001

James Clelland

FA

Montreal Expos

1989

Kalani Bush

24th

Chicago Cubs

2000

Billy Traber

1st

New York Mets

1989

Brian Turang

51st

Seattle Mariners

2000

Michael Schultz

2nd

Arizona Diamondbacks

1989

Robert Cannon

FA

California Angels

2000

Scott Walter

3rd

Kansas City Royals

1989

Travis Tarchione

FA

SLC Trappers

2000

Jason Aspito

9th

Chicago White Sox

1988

Enoch Simmons

4th

Oakland Athletics

2000

Anthony Angel

14th

Houston Astros

1988

Don Sparks

5th

New York Yankees

2000

Ben Bonilla

FA

Arizona Diamondbacks

1988

Bobby DeJardin

8th

New York Yankees

2000

Mike Hymes

FA

Independant

1988

Carl Fraticelli

19th

Minnesota Twins

1999

Matt Riordan

14th

Baltimore Orioles

1988

Mike Jones

35th

Detroit Tigers

1999

Curt Fiore

34th

Atlanta Braves

1988

Scott Neill

FA

Cleveland Indians

1999

Joe Sulentor

FA

Minnesota Twins

1987

Chris Donnels

1st

New York Mets

1998

Kevin Hook

14th

Montreal Expos

1987

Jim McAnany

20th

California Angels

1997

Benny Craig

19th

Cincinnati Reds

1987

Jeff Goettsch

FA

California Angels

1997

Lucas Fitzgerald

FA

Clarksville Coyotes

1987

Eric Reinholtz

FA

California Angels

1997

Dylan Sugar

FA

Independant

1986

Jim Bruske

1st*

Cleveland Indians

1995

Andy Collett

13th

Seattle Mariners

1986

Tim Layana

3rd

New York Yankees

1994

Jesse Ibarra

6th

San Francisco Giants

1986

Billy Bean

4th

Detroit Tigers

1994

Collin Hinds

18th

Seattle Mariners

1986

Mark Stomp

FA

Philadelphia Phillies

1994

Greg Bergeron

FA

Lethbridge Mounties

1986

Mike Whitt

FA

San Francisco Giants

1993

Shane Bowers

21st

Minnesota Twins

1984

Rick Sharp

18th

Cleveland Indians

1991

Terrell Lowery

2nd

Texas Rangers

1984

Reggie Lambert

FA

California Angels

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C.J. WILSON The Lions’ Wilson, a fifth-round draft pick in 2001, made his major league debut with the Texas Rangers in 2005.

YEAR

PLAYER

ROUND ORIGINAL CLUB

1984

Brian Leighton

FA

Milwaukee Brewers

1982

Vin Rover

18th

Cincinnati Reds

1982

Bill Culver

25th

Detroit Tigers

1982

Danny Clay

FA

Philadelphia Phillies

1982

Tracy Jones

FA

Detroit Tigers

1981

R. Ebersberger

8th

San Francisco Giants

1981

Bob Gauci

FA

Detroit Tigers

1981

Mike Franks

FA

New York Mets

1981

Lance Junker

FA

San Francisco Giants

1979

Tim Collins

24th

California Angels

1978

Tracy Cowger

9th

Texas Rangers

1978

Brian Urata

FA

California Angels

1976

Dave Long

13th

Atlanta Braves

1976

Dan Henry

20th

Los Angeles Dodgers

1976

Pat Corcoran

FA

Oakland Athletics

1976

Tom Henderson

FA

Detroit Tigers

1976

Stu Livingston

FA

Atlanta Braves

1975

Chuck Baker

2nd*

San Diego Padres

1975

Frank Judge

FA

California Angels

1974

Chris Wibberley

21st

Oakland Athletics

1973

Russ Noah

3rd

Minnesota Twins

1973

Jerry Stone

4th

San Diego Padres

1973

Dean Jelmini

FA

California Angels

1972

Bob Sheldon

22nd

Milwaukee Brewers

1971

Dennis Desmond

FA

Oakland Athletics

1971

Bill Eller

FA

Chicago Cubs

1971

Mike Logelin

FA

Oakland Athletics

1969

Steve Keller

13th

Montreal Expos

1954

Joey Amalfitano

NA

New York Giants

1949

Herman Reich

NA

Washington Senators

1945

Ed Wheeler

NA

Cleveland Indians

1933

Les Powers

NA

New York Giants

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USA Baseball

NATIONAL TEAM LMU fans had a lot to celebrate throughout the summer of 2004, as Head Coach Frank Cruz and RHP Stephen Kahn won the gold with the USA Baseball National Team. After representing LMU on the USA Baseball National Team in the summer of 2004, LMU Head Coach Frank Cruz and right-hander Kahn returned to Los Angeles with a gold medal from the FISU II Wo r l d University Championship in Taiwan. Cruz, who served as Team USA’s manager, and Kahn helped the national team to a perfect 8-0 run at the championship, including a 4-2 come-frombehind win over Japan in the title game. Cruz led Team USA to an 18-7 record on the summer, including winning 12 of the last 14 games. Kahn became the third Lion to play for the national team since they began selecting the official squad in 1984. He joined former LMU baseball standouts Joe Ciccarella (1989-1991) and Chris 26 L M U

Gomez (1990-91), who played a combined three seasons for the Red, White, and Blue. Cruz was selected in January to serve as the 2004 squad's field manager after serving as an assistant for Team USA in 2000. Sending both Kahn and catcher Jonathan Higashi (now in the Texas Rangers organization) to June's national team trials, LMU was just one of seven schools (LMU, Long Beach State, Mississippi, Texas, Stanford, Vanderbilt, and USC) to have multiple players invited to the trials pool of 36 players. "When the guys at the trials asked me what Cruz is like as a coach, I told them that they'll definitely enjoy the summer with him,” Kahn said. “I smile inside knowing that I am his player all year and that I get to be there

with him this summer with USA Baseball. He is a great representative for our school and our program. Cruz is one of the top Division I coaches and that's why he is where he is right now: coaching the best players in the nation. It's nice for our incoming freshmen, as they can know they are coming to play for the coach that was the manager for the USA National Team." In 20 years of national team competition, USA Baseball has now won five gold medals. In his two stints with the national team, Cruz has played a role in two of those five gold medals. He is now one of just three coaches to be a part of multiple gold-medal-winning squads. Cruz and Team USA went a perfect 6-0 in round robin pool play and then


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defeated Chinese Taipei (5-2) and Japan (4-2) to capture the gold medal. The Americans entered the championship with a 10-7 record, but then won eight straight in Taiwan and 12 of their last 14 under Cruz. The Americans captured the gold with a combined dominating performance at the plate, on the mound, and in the field. Cruz's offense led the eight-team field hitting .307 with six home runs. His pitching staff was nearly untouchable, combining for a 1.19 ERA and striking out 83 batters in 68.0 innings. For continuing a tradition of excellence with the national program, Cruz was named the 2004 USA Baseball Developmental Coach of the Year. With the honor, Cruz, along with the other national award winners named by USA Baseball, advanced to the United States Olympic Committee pool of award winners from every Olympic sport's national governing body. His team, the 2004 National Team, was also named USA Baseball Team of the Year. The Americans finished summer 2004 with an overall record of 18-7 and became the first National Team to ever record a no-hitter, as five pitchers combined to pull off the feat in a game against Canada. Cruz and Kahn opened the FISU World University Championship with wins over Chinese Taipei (2-1) and Canada (151), in their final leg of the tour with the USA Baseball National Team. The right-handed Kahn helped Team USA cruise to the 15-1 route of Canada, throwing a hitless sixth inning. Earlier in the summer, Kahn helped the National Team to a 19-2 victory over the New England Collegiate Baseball League's Danbury Westerners in Danbury, Conn. Kahn threw two innings in Team USA's first game back in the states following its five-game Japan road swing. Kahn entered the game in the eighth inning and got the first batter to pop up to second base before striking out two to end the inning. He added a third strikeout in the ninth, completing the 19-2 victory for the Red, White, and Blue at Rogers Park. Kahn's three strikeouts in two innings helped Team USA move to 7-5, including a perfect 7-0 on American soil. The summer of 2004 was Cruz's second tour of duty with USA Baseball, but his first as a head coach. Cruz served as an assistant on the 2000 USA Baseball National Team that posted an overall record of 27-3-1 and captured a gold medal at the 2000 Haarlem Baseball Week Championships in The Netherlands. This past summer, he became the first USA Baseball National Team Head Coach to be affiliated with the West Coast Conference. After the 2004 National Team players were added to USA Baseball’s all-time roster, the organization named LMU one of the nation's top 50 college baseball programs in relation to national team representation. LMU, which has produced three national team players since 1984, ranks 39th on USA Baseball's Top 50 National Team Collegiate Programs. Since USA Baseball began selecting players and operating an official national team to represent the United States in 1984, over 385 collegiate players have donned the Red, White, and Blue uniform from 116 colleges and universities across the country. Despite Cruz’s two-time involvement, the top 50 listing did not award points for coaching selections.

usa baseball national team trials Texas, After LMU Head Coach Mississippi, Frank Cruz was selected to Stanford, Vanderbilt, and serve as manager of the USC) to have multiple play2004 USA Baseball National ers invited. Though Higashi Team, the selection process would leave the trials to sign began as he and his assis- with the Texas Rangers, LMU was well represented this summer on Team USA. "All 36 players at the trials would represent our nation well,” Higashi said during the trials. “There is not a single bad player here. The coaches could literally close their eyes and draw players' names out of a hat, and they team trials, LMU was just would have a team that's a one of seven schools (LMU, contender for the gold Long Beach State, medal." tant coaches kept an eye on the top talent in the nation. Eventually, two LMU players, Stephen Kahn and Jonathan Higashi, were among the elite pool of 36 invited to attend the trials in Durham, North Carolina. Sending both Kahn and Higashi to June's national


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Home of the

LIONS The 37-foot tall Mikos Blue Monster is home to one of only a handfull of manual scoreboards in all of baseball, bringing old-time charm to Page Stadium. Now in its 24th season as the home of Lion baseball, George C. Page Stadium has established itself as a tough place for opponents. With the Mikos Blue Monster and the addition of Pride Park, Page Stadium continues to stake its claim as one of college baseball's most unique ballparks. Thanks to a gift from Paul Mikos ‘66, a wall containing a manual scoreboard was installed in left field, complete with out of town scores reminiscent of some of Major League Baseball's classic ballparks. T h e Mikos Blue Monster is a replica to Boston's Fenway Park's Green Monster. The Mikos Blue Monster stands 130-feet wide and 37-feet tall. Within the wall is one of only a handful of manual score boards in all of baseball. The board itself isn't small, 28 L M U

standing 18-feet tall and 46-feet wide. Complete with the LMU line score and other score updates, the scoreboard combines some old-time baseball charm with today's technology. The scoreboard has electronic balls, strikes and outs lights, along with electronic at-bat and hit/error identification. Every other component is tallied using 2-foot square aluminum score cards slipped in behind the scoreboard manually. Giving Page Stadium additional character is a five-foot indent connecting the Blue Monster with the existing outfield fencing, similar to the odd outfield shapes of the classic Fenway Park in Boston and Minute Maid Park in Houston. Since 1997, when Frank Cruz was hired as head coach of the Lions' baseball program, LMU has estab-

lished an 147-105 record at Page, a winning percentage of 58 percent. The Lions' have posted a 392-261-2 record (.600) overall in the park's 23 seasons. Some of the best years have come in the five conference titles the Lions have won while calling Page Stadium home. The first Page Stadium conference title came in 1986, when the Lions posted a 24-8 record at home. The best record came in 1988, when LMU was 30-4 at home (88 percent). In the years the Lions have won conference crowns, they are 168-55 at Page (75 percent). Since going to a Championship tournament format in 1999, four of the WCCChampionships have been played at Page Stadium with the Lions winning two conference crowns over Pepperdine.


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The stadium, built at the site of LMU's old baseball field, was completed at a cost of more than $250,000 with the Incentive Aid Foundation of Los Angeles providing the majority of the funding. Boasting grandstand seating for more than 600 people, the facility features a "VIP" section with 200 theater-type seats. The remaining 400 seats are aluminum with backrests and are located along the first base and third base lines. Field accommodations include spacious field-level dugouts and bullpens, a double batting tunnel, windscreen around the perimeter of the field, and grandstand. A picnic area, located down the first base line, was added prior to the 1996 season. The backstop has been modified to enhance spectator viewing of the action on the field. The press box, fully equipped to meet the needs of all media, is located behind the "VIP" seating. A convenient concession stand is located near the north entrance of the stadium. In the summer of 2004, Cruz spearheaded the construction of Pride Park, the stadium's new entrance. The park, resembling a scaled-down baseball infield, recognizes alumi and friends of LMU baseball and provides fans with a gathering point for athletic events at LMU. Page Stadium has been the site of filming for numerous commercials, television shows, and feature films. It served as the site for the baseball scenes in the hit movie "My Blue Heaven" starring Steve Martin. It is also home to many camps, clinics, Little League and prep all-star games. The facility, which has also been used for outdoor community cultural shows and events, is named in honor of George C. Page, president of the Incentive Aid Foundation. Assisting Mr. Page and IAF in the stadium's completion was Maynard Kambak, father of LMU baseball alumnus Jeff Kambak. LMU's historic first game in Page Stadium was played on March 19, 1983, with a 5-1 loss to Cal State Fullerton.

Mikos Blue Monster

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Manual scoreboard featuring out-of-town scores Wall a replica of Fenway Park’s Green Monster Mikos Blue Monster is 4,810 square feet (130’ x 37’) Scoreboard within wall is 828 square feet (18’ x 46’) More than 9,620 cubic feet of steel were used Support beams are 56 feet long Beams are more than 19 feet into the ground More than 200 score plates are used within the manual scoreboard Catwalk was installed behind scoreboard for access to out-of-town scores that sit 16 feet high Three-inch thick padding was installed at the base of the wall and stands seven-feet tall

lions at page stadium Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 totals

W 4 17 15 24 19 30 25 27 19 12 12 16 13 12 9 23 18 21 9 12 18 19 18 392

Overall L T 13 0 15 0 12 0 8 0 11 1 4 0 9 0 6 0 6 0 17 0 16 0 13 0 15 0 11 0 17 0 9 0 13 0 6 0 21 0 12 0 12 0 4 1 11 0 261 2

Pct. .235 .531 .556 .750 .629 .882 .735 .818 .760 .414 .429 .552 .464 .521 .346 .719 .580 .777 .300 .500 .600 .826 .621 .600

W 3 7 6 10 4 10 11 16 14 7 9 9 7 9 6 11 10 13 4 8 9 12 12 207

Conference L T Pct. 12 0 .200 6 0 .538 3 0 .667 2 0 .833 7 1 .375 2 0 .833 1 0 .917 3 0 .842 4 0 .778 6 0 .538 6 0 .600 6 0 .600 7 0 .500 3 0 .750 10 0 .375 4 0 .733 5 0 .667 2 0 .867 11 0 .267 7 0 .533 6 0 .600 3 0 .800 3 0 .800 119 1 .635


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The Entrance to Page Stadium

PRIDE PARK Pride Park honors the great moments in LMU baseball history and inspires current players to reach that level of excellence. Fans visiting Page Stadium will notice one of the latest improvements in the LMU athletic facilities: Pride Park gives the 24-year-old home to Lion baseball a memorable new entrance. The park, resembling a scaled down baseball infield, recognizes alumni and friends of LMU baseball and provides fans with a gathering point for any athletic event at LMU. Pride Park consists of a brick infield with commemorative benches surrounding the area. LMU baseball's WCC Championship teams, NCAA tournament appearances, and those players who have had their jersey numbers retired are recognized on the benches. LMU fans sponsored the bricks that form the infield. The park now serves as the entrance to George C. Page Stadium, the home of the Lions for 24 seasons. Head Coach Frank Cruz oversaw the 30 L M U

design and development of the park, which also offered fans the opportunity to purchase home plate, first, second, and third base, and the flag pole that stands in center field to honor loved ones. "We hope Pride Park will become a place where everyone associated with LMU, and specifically LMU baseball, can gather and reminisce," Cruz said. "We would like to see that all of those involved with our program's rich history, both fans and former players, are represented in our brick infield." Though the design of Pride Park lends itself toward baseball, the location provides a natural focal gathering point for LMU guests that attend any function inside of Gersten Pavilion and Page Stadium, or games on Smith (softball) and Sullivan (soccer) Fields. Pride Park is an important initial step in achieving the athletic department's

dream of a sports complex. With the construction of Pride Park and the creation of the tennis tournament court and Smith Field, fans of LMU athletics now see a modern athletic center surrounding the southwest area of Gersten Pavilion. Inspired by the death of Cruz's mother, Narcisa Cruz, Pride Park is the latest baseball facility improvement spearheaded by Cruz. During the winter of 2003, Cruz oversaw the renovation of the baseball weight room. Similar to the weight room, which recognizes the accomplishments of LMU baseball alumni, Pride Park honors the great moments in LMU baseball history and inspires current players to reach that level of excellence. "The park displays the honor and tradition of LMU baseball and reflects LMU's long-time pride in having a family community," Cruz said.


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Head Coach Frank Cruz

QUITE FRANKLY Becoming the Lions’ skipper in 1997, Cruz turned the program into an instant winner, claiming three straight WCC Championships and NCAA postseason berths and back-to-back Coast Division titles. Having established himself as one of the most respected collegiate coaches in the nation, Frank Cruz is in his 10th season directing the LMU baseball program. Cruz turned the program into an instant winner, claiming three consecutive We s t Coast Conference Championships (the first time in school history), two Coast Division titles, and earning three straight appearances in the NCAA Regionals from 1998-2000. Cruz, who was selected by USA Baseball as head coach of the 2004 national team, just completed a four-year term on the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee. Cruz enters the 2006 season ranking eighth all-time and second among active coaches in the West Coast Conference in career victories with 260 wins as LMU's skipper. Joining the Lions in 1997, Cruz's impact on the WCC was almost immediate. In his first season at the helm, he took a team that finished sixth in the conference with an overall record of 21-39 to three straight first-place finishes. That includes finishes of 34-23-1 in 1998, 33-28 in 1999 and 4019 in 2000. The 40 wins ranks fourth all-time at LMU for victories in a single-season. The success in 2000 earned Cruz his second WCC Coach of the Year honor, following his first in 1998. In just the second season under Cruz, the Lions won the WCC title and earned a trip to the NCAA Regionals in 1998, where they shocked 32 L M U

the baseball world by upsetting No. 2-ranked Stanford in Palo Alto thanks in part to a complete game effort by freshman Michael Schultz. Schultz and catcher Scott Walter were named Freshmen All-Americans, and Schultz earned a spot on the West Regional team after helping LMU defeat Stanford for the first time in school history. Walter was the 1998 WCC Player of the Year, while Schultz garnered WCC Pitcher of the Year honors. The Lions found themselves in the Regionals again in 1999 and 2000, as Cruz has led LMU to eight NCAA Regional games in just six years. In 1999, LMU defended its WCC Championship against Pepperdine, winning its first back-to-back conference title in school history. Traber and Anthony Angel each earned first-team All-WCC honors, with Traber posting a team-high 135 strikeouts in 120.0 innings. The selection marked Angel's second straight all-conference honor after he hit .322 with 16 doubles, four home runs, and 38 RBI. Behind the efforts of All-American Traber in 2000, LMU earned a 6-4 NCAA postseason win over No.2-seed Cal State Fullerton. Traber's complete game, 13-strikeout performance advanced the Lions to the Regional winner's bracket. Walter joined Traber as an All-American after leading LMU to its third-straight WCC Championship. The rise in the WCC is a tribute to Cruz's reputation as one of the nation's top recruiters. In 1997, Collegiate Baseball tabbed Cruz as the Recruiter of the Year. He accomplished that honor after formulating the nation's 16th best recruiting class which included 2000's 16th overall draft pick in Traber. In 2004, Cruz led an LMU squad that was picked to finish fourth in the conference to LMU's

best WCC record in eight seasons, going a league-best 20-7 en route to his third WCC Coach of the Year selection. The Coast Division Champions, LMU earned the right to host the WCC Championship Series at Page Stadium. Lion pitcher Stephen Kahn brought the WCC Pitcher of the Year selection to LMU for the second time in four seasons, as Billy Traber won the conference award in 2000. The 2005 season was another thriller for LMU fans, who watched Cruz and the Lions string together one exciting twist after another. The Lions strung together six consecutive Tuesday victories, including an April 5th win over topranked Cal State Fullerton. The victory over the Titans marked the first time any LMU sport had ever defeated the nation's top team. The midweek streak sparked Cruz and the Lions to the hottest regular season finish in program history, as they won 14 of their final 16 games to earn their second straight Coast Division title. LMU hosted the WCC Championship Series for the fourth time in seven seasons, with all three games televised on Fox Sports Net. Cruz's tireless efforts also helped him earn a position as an assistant coach with the 2000 USA National Baseball program. The team wrapped up the 2000 Qwest Red, White and Blue Tour with a 27-3-1 record, including a 6-0 mark in the final tournament of the summer season leading to the 2000 Olympics in Australia. Cruz helped lead Team USA to finish the season with a 21-game unbeaten streak which included 20 wins and one tie. Cruz and the Team USA coaches led the National Team to a .900 winning percentage, the best in USA Baseball history. His success with the 2000 National Team led


2006 LMU to his 2004 selection as head coach of Team USA. Cruz led the 2004 USA Baseball National Team of collegiate players to the program's first gold medal at the FISU World University Championships in Tainan, Taiwan. Cruz and Team USA went a perfect 6-0 in round robin pool play and then defeated Chinese Taipei (5-2) and Japan (4-2) to capture the gold medal. The Americans entered the championship with a 10-7 record, but then won eight straight in Taiwan and 12 of their last 14 under Cruz. The USA captured the gold with a combined dominating performance at the plate, on the mound, and in the field. Cruz's offense led the eight-team field hitting .307. His pitching staff was nearly untouchable, combining for an 1.19 ERA and striking out 83 batters in 68.0 innings. For continuing a tradition of excellence within the national program, Cruz was named 2004 USA Baseball Developmental Coach of the Year. The International Baseball Federation then named him International Coach of the Year, selecting Cruz from a pool of managers from all 112 participating member countries and all team levels. The award is a special honor in a year of Olympic competition, as Cruz was chosen from a pool that included all nations' Olympic baseball coaches. Cruz became just the fourth American coach to receive the selection, and the first since 1995. He is the only Team USA coach to win the award in an Olympic year. In 20 years of national team competition, USA Baseball has now won five gold medals. In his two stints with the national team, Cruz has played a role in two of those five gold medals. He is now one of just three coaches to be a part of multiple gold-medal-winning squads and is the first USA Baseball National Team Head Coach to be affiliated with the West Coast Conference. Kahn joined Cruz on the award-winning national team in 2004. Other accomplishments for Cruz include coaching MLB's top prospects. Benny Craig (19th round, Cincinnati Reds) kicked-off the now common development of post-collegiate career for Cruz's players when he was selected following Cruz's first season at LMU. Matt Riordan (14th round, Baltimore Orioles) and Curt Fiore (34th round, Atlanta Braves) followed in Craig's footsteps when they were selected in the 1999 MLB draft. Joe Sulentor also signed with the Minnesota Twins following his 1999 season. Six players were then selected in the 2000 draft, including Traber (first round, New York Mets), Schultz (second round, Arizona Diamondbacks), Walter (third round, Kansas City Royals), Jason Aspito (ninth round, Chicago White Sox), Angel (14th round, Houston Astros) and Ben Bonilla (free agent, Arizona Diamondbacks). Two more were taken in 2001, with C.J. Wilson (5th Round, Texas Rangers) and James Clelland (free agent, Montreal Expos) moving to the next level of their playing careers. The 2005 season saw Wilson make his major league debut with the Rangers. The 2003 draft saw four more draft selections for Cruz and the Lions: Joshua Muecke (fifth round, Houston Astros), Josh Whitesell (sixth round, Montreal Expos), Vince Cordova (ninth round, New York Mets), and Ryan Yurek (24th round, Houston Astros). Following the 2004 season, Will Quaglieri signed with the New York Mets pre-draft as a fifth-year senior, just before Kevin Jenson (30th round, San Francisco Giants) and Billy Lockin (37th round, Arizona Diamondbacks) added to the list of drafted Lions. Jonathan Higashi (Texas Rangers), Brady Koch (Houston Astros), and Clint McGill (Houston Astros) also signed professional contracts as the Class of 2004. With three players drafted in the first 10 rounds, the 2005 season saw a total of six Lions move on to professional baseball. Kahn was the highest of all WCC players selected, going to the Seattle Mariners in the fifth round. Jeff Stevens was a sixth round selection of Cincinnati, while James Cooper was taken in the ninth round by the New York Yankees. Joe Frazee signed with Philadelphia after being chosen the 25th round, while Kyle Mura was selected in the 49th round by the Chicago Cubs. Mura elected to return to the Lions for his senior campaign. Kyle Huddy also went on to sign with the Cincinnati Reds. During his nine seasons, Cruz's teams have set many single-season records. In 2000, his squad made its mark in the LMU record book with home runs (81, 2nd all-time), hits continued 

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BY THE NUMBERS CRUZ’S HEAD COACHING RECORD Overall West Coast Conference Year School W L T Pct. W L Pct. Finish Postseason 1997 LMU 21 39 0 .350 11 17 .393 Sixth 1998 LMU 34 23 1 .596 21 8 .724 First NCAA Regional 1999 LMU 33 28 0 .541 18 12 .600 First NCAA Regional 2000 LMU 40 19 0 .678 22 8 .733 First NCAA Regional 2001 LMU 21 37 0 .362 8 22 .267 Eighth 2002 LMU 22 34 0 .393 12 12 .500 Fifth 2003 LMU 26 30 0 .464 13 17 .433 Sixth 2004 LMU 32 22 1 .596 20 7 .741 Second 2005 LMU 31 27 0 .534 18 12 .600 Second Totals 260 259 2 .501 143 115 .554 CRUZ’S ASSISTANT COACHING RECORD Overall Pac-10 Conference Year School W L T Pct. W L Pct. Finish 1993 USC 35 29 0 .547 15 15 .500 Fourth 1994 USC 41 20 0 .672 19 11 .633 Third 1995 USC 49 21 0 .700 21 9 .700 First 1996 USC 44 16 1 .733 24 6 .800 First Totals 169 86 1 .662 79 41 .658

Postseason NCAA Reg. Final NCAA Reg. Final College World Series NCAA Reg.l Final

CRUZ’S USA BASEBALL TIMELINE 1/05: Named 2004 IBF International Coach of the Year 12/04: Named 2004 National Development Coach of the Year 8/04: Led the National Team to the program’s first gold medal at the FISU World University Championships...won 12 of final 14 games... first national team to record a no-hitter... 01/04: Selected as 2004 National Team Head Coach 08/00: Completed Red, White, and Blue Tour with a 27-3-1 record as an assistant coach... squad closed season with a 21-game unbeaten streak and USA Baseball record .900 winning percentage 07/00: Defeated Cuba twice (9-1, 8-5) in the Netherlands Tournament en route to the title 01/00: Named 2000 National Team Assistant Coach LMU BASEBALL COACHING HISTORY Name Years W Al Gad (68-69) 2 51 Marv Wood (70-84) 15 371 Dave Snow (85-88) 4 161 Chris Smith (89-91) 3 122 Jody Robinson (92-96) 5 109 Frank Cruz (97-Current) 9 260 Total 1,074

L 37 452 82 63 171 259 1,064

T 0 1 1 1 0 2 5

Pct. .580 .451 .663 .659 .389 .534 .502


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(702, 3rd all-time), doubles (132, 3rd all-time), runs (516, 5th all-time), wins (40, 4th all-time), winning percentage (.678, 4th all-time) and batting average .331, 4th all-time). Many of his players have broken into a variety of single-season and all-time record categories in both the LMU and WCC record books. One of the keys in the drastic turnaround has been Cruz's involvement in the improvements of LMU's baseball facilities. The six-time conference champions enjoy one of the most noteable enhancements to Page Stadium, the Mikos Blue Monster. The massive left-field wall makes the ballpark one of the most unique in all of college baseball. In addition, the team has been playing on a new grass infield, and the stadium was equipped with backstop netting, windscreens, a sound system, backstop padding, astroturf dugouts, and lighted batting tunnels. During the winter of 2003, Cruz initiated the renovation of the baseball weight room. The room, which features wall-to-wall mirrors and new equipment, displays program and individual honors, including past conference player/pitcher of the year recipients. The improvements encourage LMU players to reach that level of excellence. Cruz's ultimate goal is to eventually see construction on a new clubhouse for the LMU baseball program. Cruz also oversaw the construction of Pride Park, the new entrance to Page Stadium, beginning in May 2004. The park, resembling a scaled down baseball infield, recognizes alumni and friends of LMU baseball and provides fans with a gathering point for athletic events at LMU. Pride Park features a brick infield with commemorative benches surrounding the area. LMU baseball's WCC Championship teams, NCAA tournament appearances, and those players who have had jersey numbers retired are recognized on the benches. Named to his current post on June 20, 1996, Cruz has employed a highly successful coaching and teaching philosophy from his experience as a high school coach and a former assistant coach under Mike Gillespie at USC. Prior to coming to LMU, Cruz spent four seasons as an assistant on the USC coaching staff. Cruz's primary responsibilities were with the Trojan hitters and outfielders, two of the team's strongest areas. In Cruz's four years at Southern California, the Trojans were one of the most successful programs in the nation, boasting an overall record of 169-86-1 (.662). During that span, USC made four NCAA Regional final appearances, captured two Pacific-10 championships, and advanced to the 1995 College World Series championship game. Cruz moved to USC after a successful stint at Los Angeles' University High School, where he taught health and physical education. While at University, Cruz posted a 152-68 career record and led his team to the 1988 L.A. City baseball title, four Western League crowns (1988-90-91-92), and six trips to the city baseball playoffs. Cruz was honored as area Coach of the Year on three occasions. He remained a part-time teacher through the 1995-96 academic year. Cruz attended Santa Monica College and then transferred to Pepperdine, where he earned both a bachelors (physical education, 1983) and masters (education, 1989) degree. He is a graduate of Saint Monica High School and now resides in West Los Angeles.

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year-by-year coaching totals Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Head Coach Al Gad Al Gad Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Dave Snow Dave Snow Dave Snow Dave Snow Chris Smith Chris Smith Chris Smith Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz

Overall 23-17-0 28-20-0 25-19-0 21-21-0 25-29-0 30-24-0 19-32-0 25-31-0 27-23-0 20-34-0 29-24-1 29-34-0 26-39-0 32-29-0 29-34-0 11-41-0 23-38-0 27-28-0 50-15-0 36-21-1 48-18-0 39-24-1 45-17-0 38-22-0 16-36-0 23-33-0 26-31-0 22-33-0 22-38-0 21-39-0 34-23-1 33-28 40-19 21-37 22-34 26-30 32-22-1 31-27

Pct. .575 .583 .568 .500 .463 .556 .373 .446 .540 .370 .546 .460 .400 .525 .460 .212 .377 .491 .769 .629 .727 .618 .726 .633 .308 .411 .456 .400 .367 .350 .596 .541 .678 .362 .393 .464 .596 .534

Conf. 11-9-0 10-10-0 13-8-0 12-8-0 8-10-0 14-4-0 8-10-0 8-8-0 14-14-0 10-14-0 16-11-1 12-16-0 8-20-0 16-11-0 12-16-0 5-23 -0 10-18-0 12-12-0 19-5 -0 10-12-1 18-6-0 18-5-0 25-9-0 25-11-0 10-16-0 14-16-0 13-7-0 12-17-0 14-14-0 11-17-0 21-8-0 18-12 22-8 8-22 12-12 13-17 20-7 18-12

Pct. .550 .500 .619 .600 .444 .778 .444 .500 .500 .417 .589 .429 .286 .593 .429 .179 .357 .500 .792 .457 .750 .783 .735 .694 .385 .467 .433 .414 .500 .393 .724 .600 .733 .267 .500 .433 .741 .600

Finish WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 2nd WCC - 3rd WCC - 4th WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 5th WCC - 4th WCC - 2nd SCBA - 5th SCBA - 3rd SCBA - 5th SCBA - 7th SCBA - 2nd SCBA - 5th SCBA - 8th SCBA - 7th WCC - 4th WCC - 1st (CWS) WCC - 4th WCC - 3rd (NCAA Regional) WCC - 2nd (NCAA Regional) WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 2nd WCC - 5th WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 6th WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 8th WCC - 5th WCC - 6th WCC - 2nd WCC - 2nd

ASSISTANT COACH TIM LEARY Former Los Angeles Dodgers standout Tim Leary joins the LMU baseball program as the Lions' pitching coach. Leary begins his stint with LMU after most recently working with the UCLA pitching staff from 1997-2000 and again in 2004. Following a successful collegiate career at UCLA, Leary was selected by the New York Mets with the second pick of the first round in the 1979 baseball draft. He pitched professionally for 15 years, spending 10 of those years in the majors with the New York Mets, Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, and Texas Rangers. Leary's best performances came in 1988 when he helped lead the Dodgers to the World Series title. He was named National League Comeback Player of the Year, finishing the season with a 17-11 record and a 2.90 ERA. He was the National League Pitcher of the Week for the week of July 18-24, 1988, and was selected as a 1988 TSN Silver Slugger, awarded to the top players at each position in each league as selected by MLB managers. Leary ranked second in the National League in shutouts (six), fifth in complete games (nine) and sixth in wins (17) and strikeouts (180). He threw a onehitter on May 25 at Philadelphia and struck out a career-high 12 on August 21 against Montreal. He allowed just one run over six and two thirds innings (1.35 ERA) in two World Series. As the Bruins' pitching coach, Leary helped the 1997 squad to a College World Series appearance and coached two first round draft picks in Jim Parque and Josh Karp. Leary, who holds a degree in economics from UCLA, was a three-year letterman (197779) for the Bruins. He finished his career with a 21-15 record and a 3.09 ERA with 258 strikeouts, the fourth-highest total in UCLA history. Leary threw 16 complete games for UCLA, a mark that is still the school's record. He was selected to The Sporting News and the ABCA's All-America squads and earned Academic All-America honors in 1979. In 1991, Leary was elected to the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame, joining Jackie Robinson and former American League President Dr. Bobby Brown as the only baseball inductees. He is still the only baseball pitcher in UCLA’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Leary graduated from Santa Monica High School in 1976 after posting a 10-2 record that year and earning All-CIF first-team honors. He led his American Legion Team to the national championship by going 19-1. In 1978, he helped lead the USA Amateur Team to the silver medal in the World Cup played in Italy. He was also a member of the 1979 Pan Am Team. Leary resides in Pacific Palisades. He has two daughters, Anne-Sophie and Caroline, and a son, Thomas.


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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH VINCE BERINGHELE After assisting LMU baseball to a West Coast Conference Coast Division title in 2005, Vince Beringhele has been promoted to associate head coach for the 2005-06 season. Beringhele will work with Head Coach Frank Cruz in overseeing all aspects of the program. During the 2005 season, Beringhele coached third base and assisted with the Lions' offense. He joined the LMU baseball staff last winter after 15 years with UCLA. Serving as the hitting instructor and recruiting coordinator for UCLA, Beringhele tutored the likes of Troy Glaus, Chase Utley, Eric Valent, Eric Byrnes, Ryan McGuire, Michael Moore, Chris Pritchett, Joel Wolfe, and Paul Ellis, all of whom were drafted in the top five rounds. During his final eight seasons with UCLA, Beringhele's hitters posted a .301 batting average and averaged over 80 home runs per season.

In his time with UCLA, the Bruins credited Beringhele with bringing the top high school talent in California to the program. Beringhele's 1997 signees were named the top newcomers in the nation by Collegiate Baseball. His 2003 recruiting class also received a top-five ranking from Baseball America. Beringhele helped guide the Bruins to the College World Series in 2000. After losing the first game at the Midwest Regional, Beringhele's 1997 team battled back to win five in a row (including two over Oklahoma State on its home field) to advance to the Series. Before beginning his coaching career, Beringhele played in the Los Angeles Dodgers' minor league system for three years for Lethbridge, Vero Beach, and Bakersfield. In 1983, he batted .338 at Lethbridge. He tied for the league lead in hits (94) with teammate and former Dodger Jeff Hamilton. In 1984, he batted .256 for the Vero Beach Dodgers, collecting 100 walks in 100 games. Beringhele completed his playing career in 1985, playing for Vero Beach and Bakersfield. Beringhele graduated from Loyola High as a two-sport standout in baseball and football before becoming UCLA's starting center fielder from 1981 to 1983 and a career .319 hitter. He signed with the Dodgers after his junior year, but not before leaving a mark on the Bruin record book after three seasons of play. Beringhele's 138 career walks is the second-highest total in Bruin history, while his 46 career stolen base mark is tenth-best in school history. His 61 walks in 1982 is fourth on the single-season chart. The former UCLA great continues his work with Cruz, as he began his coaching career as an assistant for Cruz's University High School team before spending two seasons (1988-89) at Cal State Los Angeles. Beringhele also worked with Cruz in the summer of 2004 during the selection process for the gold-medal winning USA Baseball National Team. Beringhele has a bachelor of arts in sociology from UCLA. He and his wife, Trudy, along with their daughter, Betina, reside in Culver City.

ASSISTANT COACH ROBBIE MOEN Robbie Moen is in his sixth season as the Lions’ hitting coach. With the conclusion of the 2005 season, which saw the Lions host the West Coast Conference Championship series for the fourth time in seven seasons, Moen had coached the Lions to three .300 or better offensive seasons in the last four years. Moen, who came to LMU in 2001, brought a background of offensive power to the program, helping the 2003 team to a WCC-leading batting average (.309), slugging percentage (.443), onbase percentage (.443), and hits (602). Prior to LMU, he spent four seasons at Kansas State as the hitting and outfield coach. His history of building averages continues to be an asset to LMU's traditionally potent offense. Moen and the 2002 Lions put up WCC-leading offensive numbers in batting average (.352), on base percentage (.425), hits (386), doubles (76), and stolen bases. Among the WCC's batting average leaders, Moen coached numbers four (Lockin, .421), six (Smith, .404), ten (Frazee, .383), 15 (Higashi, .362), and 16 (Perez, .361). Moen also tutored successful LMU hitters C.J. Wilson (5th round, Rangers) and Josh Whitesell (6th round, Expos). In 1997, Moen's first season at Kansas State, the team shattered school records in at-bats (2,052), hits (669), doubles (145), home runs (75), RBI (477) and total bases (1,099). His tenure at K-State also included two of the program's three batting champions that hit over .400 the past decade. This included one of KSU's most potent offensive weapons in outfielder Kasey Weishaar, who ranked second in the Big 12 and 16th nationally with a .429 batting average. The first-team All-Big 12 and All-America honorable mention player established a single-season batting record with his performance under the guidance of Moen. A 1993 graduate of the University of Arizona, Moen was an assistant at his alma mater following a four-year playing career for the Wildcats. He finished his career at Arizona second in career at-bats (843) and doubles (63),

third in career hits (325) and total bases (465) and fifth in career RBI (185). He was recently selected to the All-Century team at Arizona. A former minor leaguer for the Florida Marlins, Moen was a first-team AllRegion Eight, first-team All-Pac Six, and a Baseball America, Sporting News, and Collegiate Baseball All-American in 1993 at Arizona. A year prior, he was an All-Pac Six honorable mention selection. In 1991, he won the Hank Lieber Award as Arizona's best hitter with a .402 batting average. Following that season, he was a first-team All-Pac Six designated hitter and a first-team All-Region Eight selection. In October of 2003, Moen was honored by his high school, Flowing Wells, with an induction into their Athletic Hall of Fame for his accomplishments as a player. The Tucson, Arizona native was a member of the first class of inductees. Moen has a degree in health sciences. He and his wife, Chrisdee, reside in Playa del Rey with their daughters, Payton and Paige.


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2006 LMU

SENIOR OUTFIELD R-R 6-0 • 190

SAN DIMAS, CA SAN DIMAS HS 2005 ALL-WCC 1st-TEAM

BRIEFLY Chris Pettit is in his fourth and final season with LMU baseball... is the Lions' most experienced returner... coaches expect him to be a team leader again... should be one of the better players in the West Coast Conference... is coming off a successful summer playing in the Cape Cod League where he was named CocaCola Player of the Week July 3-9 and led his Orleans team to the title... AT LMU 2005 a first-team All-WCC selection who was among the frontrunners for WCC Player of the Year... finished hitting .329 with a teamhigh slugging percentage of .553... was the only Lion to start all 58 games in 2005... led the team with 44 RBI, 121 total bases, 21 stolen bases, and 62 runs scored... tied for the team lead with 20 doubles and nine home runs... led the Lions to wins over top-ranked Cal State Fullerton and Portland and was named WCC Player of the Week on April 11... went 8-for-18 that week, tallying nine RBI, with six runs scored, two doubles, a triple, a grand slam, and two stolen bases against Fullerton and Portland... also named WCC Player of the Week on May 3 for the second time in four weeks after the Lions' wins over 21st-ranked USC and Pepperdine... went 8-for15 against USC and Pepperdine at the plate with three RBI, six runs scored, and three doubles on

the week... 2004 hit .309 in WCC play... tallied seven doubles in 151 at bats... had 41 hits on the season, with a .380 on-base percentage... was 4for-6 in stolen base attempts... 2003 named the WCC/Rawlings co-Player of the Week on Feb. 11... finished season with a .328 average with 36 runs and 29 RBI, along with 18 doubles and 17 stolen bases... posted an 11-game hitting streak during March... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of San Dimas High School in San Dimas, CA... graduated with a 3.9 grade point average... led his summer team to the 2001 Colt World Series Championship... awarded the Mr. Clutch award as a junior... a two-time Academic All-Valle Vista League selection... named 2002 Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year... voted team MVP as a senior, while earning second-team All-CIF in 2002... PERSONAL Christopher Michael Pettit was born August 15, 1984, in Pasadena, CA, to Sandra and Michael Pettit... has one younger sister, Allison, who also attends LMU... father was a college baseball athlete at Occidental College from 1967-70... was also recruited by Long Beach State and Purdue, but chose LMU for its academics and baseball... major is sociology.

BRIEFLY Jason Lefkowitz is in his second and final season with LMU baseball... was an infielder for the Lions last season, but may see some time in the outfield as well... coaches expect he will once again add good depth to the Lions' defense.. AT LMU 2005 earned 10 starts for the Lions in the infield... recorded first career hit and run scored February 12 against Cal... knocked in his first career RBI March 11 against UCSB... AT SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2004 an All-Bay Valley East selection after hitting .351 with a program-record 22 stolen bases... 2003... ranked second on team in hits, RBI, and stolen bases... added 12 doubles for Coach Scott Stover... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, CA... was an AllMarmonte League selection his junior and senior seasons... captained his senior year squad for prep coach Zach Miller... PERSONAL Jason Adam Lefkowitz was born Nov. 16, 1983, in Van Nuys, CA... son of Ronald and Laurie Lefkowitz... has two brothers, Daniel and Joshua... a psychology major.

PETTIT’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SF SAC SB CS PO A E Hit Streak

6 - at USD, 5/14/05 4 - vs. SMC, 5/8/05 3 - 12x (last: vs. SMC, 5/8/05) 2 - 2x (last: vs. USD, 5/2/03) 1 - 5x (last: at CSF, 4/5/05) 1 - 13x (last: at CSUN, 5/10/05) 7 - at POR, 4/9/05 3 - vs. USD, 3/18/05 3 - 2x (last: at UH, 3/6/05) 1 - 7x (last: vs. PEP, 5/28/05) 1 - 6x (last: at USD, 5/15/05) 2 - 8x (last: at USD, 5/13/05) 1 - 11x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 6 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/22/05) 1 - 5x (last: vs. PEP, 5/29/05) 1 - 8x (last: vs. GON, 5/22/05) 13 (2005)

LEFKOWITZ’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B RBI BB K SAC SB CS PO A E Hit Streak

4 - 3x (last: at UCSB, 3/13/05) 1 - 6x (last: vs. SCU, 4/16/05) 1 - 7x (last: vs. SCU, 4/16/05) 1 - vs. SCU, 4/16/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. POR, 4/9/05) 1 - 3x (last: vs. GON, 5/22/05) 1 - 6x (last: at PEP, 4/30/05) 2 - vs. CSUN, 3/15/05 1 - at LBSU, 3/8/05 1 - at UCSB, 3/13/05 5 - vs. CAL, 2/13/05 5 - at UCSB, 3/13/05 1 - 6x (last: vs. GON, 5/22/05) 3 (2005)

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AB R

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PETTIT’S CAREER STATISTICS 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F L D%

2003 .328 55-52 2004 .272 49-43

189 36 151 29

62 41

18 2 7 2

2005 .329 58-58 219 62 72 20 1 To t a l . 3 1 3 1 6 2 - 1 5 3 5 5 9 1 2 7 1 7 5 4 5 5

CHRIS PETTIT

5-9 • 165 AGOURA HILLS, CA SOLANO CC

SENIOR INFIELD R-R

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G-GS

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2 2

29 21

90 .476 58 .384

20 5 19 8

31 26

3 2

.403 2 .380 1

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17-19 76 4-6 70

1 3 .963 1 2 .973

9 44 13 94

121 .553 269 .481

2 6 11 67 24

28 85

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2006 LMU

SOPHOMORE SHORTSTOP R-R

6-0 • 175 SAN JOSE, CA BELLARMINE PREP

BRIEFLY Michael Glomb will play his second season with the Lions after redshirting his true freshman year... expected to be the Lions' starting shortstop again this season... coaches feel he has improved his hitting and will help solidify the defense up the middle once again... AT LMU 2005 made 25 starts for the Lions... finished the season hitting .302 with a .355 on base percentage... started at shortstop on Opening Day, only to tear a ligament in his thumb that weekend that would keep him out eight weeks... returned to earn the starting shortstop position... adds a spark to the Lions defensively, as LMU finished 17-8 with him as the starting shortstop... went 3-for-3 in game one of the WCC Championship Series with a double and two runs scored... 2004 utilized his redshirt season... HIGH SCHOOL a 2003 graduate of Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose, CA... served as team captain... hit .305... recipient of the Bellarmine Billy Schmidt Leadership Award... PERSONAL Michael Christian Glomb was born November 20, 1984, in Los Gatos, CA... son of Margaret and Christian Glomb... parents attended Santa Clara and father played basketball for the Broncos... has one sister, Katie, who plays volleyball for LMU, and two brothers, Kevin and Matt... a business administration major.

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6-0 • 185 SIMI VALLEY, CA COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

BRIEFLY Casey Gordon is in his first season with LMU baseball after transferring from the College of Charleston... is a switch hitter, but coaches predict he will hit more from the left side... is a hard worker who will add depth to the infield... AT COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 2005 hit .290 in conference play... AT MOORPARK JUNIOR COLLEGE 2003-04 named Student-Athlete of the Year... was an AllWestern State Conference selection... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of Simi Valley High School in Simi Valley, CA... was a threetime All-Mormonte League selection... hit .405, with five home runs, 28 RBI in 28 games as a senior... finished his senior season 8-2 with a 2.1 ERA... prep coach was brother Joe Gordon... PERSONAL Casey Jerred Gordon was born January 28, 1984, in Simi Valley CA... son of Vicki and Howard Gordon... father played baseball for USC, playing at the College World Series with the Trojans... has three siblings: brother Joe, who played baseball for UCLA; brother Zach, who played baseball for Oregon State; and sister Dionne, who rowed for USC... a communication studies major.

SOPHOMORE INFIELD R-R

5-10 • 170 CHANDLER, AZ HAMILTON HS 2005 ALL-WCC 2nd-TEAM

BRIEFLY Eric Farris is in his second season with LMU baseball... is coming off a great freshman year and coaches now consider him one of the team's catalysts... coaches consider him a real competitor who just likes to win... a team leader despite his underclassman status... AT LMU 2005 was a second-team All-WCC selection and a frontrunner in the WCC Freshman of the Year race... was slated to start at shortstop on Opening Day, but missed first six weeks of season due to broken hamate bone... returned in late March to earn the starting second base job and gave the Lions a huge spark defensively... finished the season second on the team in batting average, hitting .345 with 35 starts... had 11 extra base hits, 17 RBI, and was 9-for-10 in stolen base attempts... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of Hamilton High School in Chandler, AZ... was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 42nd round of the 2004 GLOMB’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B 3B RBI BB K SAC SB CS PO A E Hit Streak

5 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 2 - 3x (last: vs. PEP, 5/27/05) 3 - 3x (last: vs. PEP, 5/27/05) 2 - vs. SCU, 4/17/05 1 - vs. LBSU, 4/19/05 2 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 1 - 5x (last: at USD, 5/15/05) 3 - at USF, 4/22/05) 1 - 4x (last: at USD, 5/13/05) 1 - vs. PEP, 5/27/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 4 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 5 - 5x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 2 - 2x (last: vs. PEP, 5/1/05) 4 (2005)

FARRIS’ CAREER HIGHS

GLOMB’S CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r Av g G - G S 2005 .302 28-25

A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E FL D% 86 16 26 4 1 0 7 32 .372 5 2 19 4 .355 0 4 1-3 39 73 6 .949

Ye a r Av g G - G S 2005 .246 27-14

A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F LD % 57 10 14 3 0 1 6 20 .351 4 0 10 1 .290 1 2 0-0 16 49 4 .942

Ye a r Av g G - G S 2005 .345 40-35

A B R H 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E FL D % 142 27 49 9 0 2 17 64 .451 8 3 10 1 .387 2 6 9-10 55 104 7 .958

GORDON’S CAREER STATISTICS AT COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

FARRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

AB R H 2B HR RBI BB K SF SAC SB CS PO A E Hit Streak

6 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 4 - vs. GON, 5/21/05 4 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 2 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 3 - vs. GON, 5/21/05 2 - vs. LBSU, 4/19/05 1 - 10x (last: vs. PEP, 5/28/05) 1 - 2x (last: vs. PEP, 5/29/05) 1 - 6x (last: at PEP, 5/1/05) 1 - 9x (last: vs. GON, 5/20/05) 1 - vs. GON, 5/21/05) 4 - 3x (last: at USD, 5/15/05) 8 - 2x (last: at UCLA, 5/17/05) 2 - 2x (last: vs. SCU, 4/16/05) 11 (2005)

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2006 LMU draft ... was a first-team All-Arizona selection... hit .469 with 41 RBI, 50 runs scored, and 14 stolen bases to lead Hamilton to back-to-back state titles in 2003-04... was a Collegiate Baseball/TPX All-American... named Arizona Player of the Year by the East Valley Tribune and the ABCA... prep coach was Mike Woods... PERSONAL Eric Michael-Jay Farris was born March 3, 1986, in Sacramento, CA... son of Elizabeth and Darryl Farris... has two sisters, Jeannette and Jessica... a sociology major.

SOTO’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B RBI BB K SF SAC SB PO E Hit Streak

5 - 2x (last: at UCSB, 3/12/05) 2 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 3 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. POR, 4/9/05) 2 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 1 - 5x (last: at SCU, 4/17/04) 2 - at UCSB, 3/9/04) 1 - vs. SMC, 4/3/04) 1 - 3x (last: vs. UCLA, 4/12/05) 1 - 2x (last: vs. POR, 4/9/05) 6 - vs. USD, 3/9/04 1 - at SCU, 4/19/04 3 (2005)

5-8 • 150 VENICE, CA VENICE HS

JUNIOR OUTFIELD S-L

5-9 • 170 ANTIOCH, CA FRESNO STATE

JUNIOR TRANSFER UTILITY S-R

BRIEFLY DeAndre Miller is in his first season with LMU baseball after transferring for the spring 2006 semester from Fresno State... will be used as a utility player, seeing time at center field, second, and third base... coaches are excited about his speed and switch hitting abilities... AT FRESNO STATE 2005 made 45 starts, hitting .245 with a .423 on-base percentage... was second on the team with 48 runs scored... led the Bulldogs with 42 walks... also went 7-for-9 in stolen bases... 2004... was a Fresno State Scholar-Athlete and dean's list honoree... started 41 games, 37 in left field, three at second base, and one at designated hitter... tied for second on the team with 23 walks... had four triples, placing him among the WAC's top-three... HIGH SCHOOL a 2003 graduate of Berkeley High School in Berkeley, CA... a three-year letterwinner, playing second and third base for Coach Tim Moellering... served as team captain for three seasons... hit over .400 three of his four seasons... finished his high school career hitting .481 with four home runs, 18 RBI, and 30 stolen bases as a senior... led team to two league titles... was a two-time All-Alameda Contra Costa Athletic League selection... was a USA Baseball Junior National Team invitee, but did not compete due to injury... PERSONAL DeAndre Lamont Miller was born May 18, 1985, in Oakland, CA... son of Herbert Miller and Lee Daniels-Miller... also recruited by USC and UC Santa Barbara...a business administration major.

BRIEFLY Anthony Soto is in his third season with the Lions... coaches like his speed and hope he can put the ball in play to utilize his speed on the basepaths... a good defensive player as well... AT LMU 2005 hit .250 in 22 games for the Lions... made four starts... finished with a double, three RBI, a .300 on-base percentage, and no errors in the outfield... went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs against Portland on April 9... 2004... hit .291 in 38 games played with 13 hits and a .311 on-base percentage... 2003... appeared in six games, recording two at-bats and a run scored before medical redshirting after breaking his wrist in practice... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of Venice High School in Venice, CA... earned three-varsity letters and captained his baseball team for his final two seasons... named Western League three times... a two-time All-Los Angeles selection playing first base, outfield, and pitching for coach Tim Alcantar... also played quarterback and receiver on the football team earning all-city and all-league... PERSONAL Anthony Gilbert Soto was born Aug. 25, 1984, in Los Angeles, CA... son of Arthur Soto and Virginia Gomez... has one brother, Arthur... a sociology major.

ERIC FARRIS

MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS AT FRESNO STATE Ye a r Av g G - G S 2004 .290 51-41

AB R 145 31

H 42

2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F LD % 8 4 2 17 64 .441 23 7 23 3 . 4 11 0 2 6 - 8 64 15 1 .988

2005 .245 54-55 To t a l . 2 6 6 1 0 5 - 9 6

159 48 304 79

39 81

6 0 14 4

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SOTO’S CAREER STATISTICS 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F L D%

2003 .000 6-0 2004 .241 38-15

2 54

1 7

0 13

0 1

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0 .000 14 .259

0 5

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0 0 1.000 0 1 .966

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28 84

4 12

7 20

1 2

0 0

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8 .286 22 .262

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0 0 1.000 0 1 .974

0 2

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45 .283 109 .359

42 7 65 14

26 49

1 4

.423 0 .418 0

2 4

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2006 LMU

5-11 • 185 DANVILLE, CA DE LA SALLE HS

SOPHOMORE UTILITY R-R

FRESHMAN OUTFIELD-PITCHER L-R

BRIEFLY Matt Carter is in his second season with LMU baseball... got some experience in the outfield this fall, but will most likely see time at second base again this season... a very strong sophomore who the coaches hope can help offensively... AT LMU 2005 appeared in nine games and earned four starts for the Lions... recorded first career hit, double, and RBI against Utah February 25... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif... hit .379 (33-for87) with 30 RBI, 12 doubles, and two homeruns as a senior... was a first-team All-Bay Valley League selection... served as his squad's team captain as they took the Bay Valley League title...prep coach was Eric Borba... PERSONAL James Matthew Carter was born November 20, 1985, in Walnut Creek, CA... son of James and Lisbeth Carter...has one sister, Bradin ... a business administration major.

6-0 • 185 SAN DIEGO, CA RANCHO BERNARDO HS

BRIEFLY Brian Wilson is in his first season with LMU baseball... was ill during the fall season, so did not get a lot of work... coaches are looking for him to contribute both on the mound and at the plate... throws a lot of strikes... HIGH SCHOOL a 2005 graduate of Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego, CA... hit and pitched the Broncos to the CIF title under Coach Sam Blalock... named San Diego Player of the Year by the Union Tribune and North Country Times... was named CIF Player of the Year and was a first-team Cal-Hi Sports all-state first-team selection... PERSONAL Brian Matthew Wilson was born January 16, 1987, in Sacramento, CA... son of Phyllis and Raymond Wilson... father played football at Cornell... has two brothers, Raymond Jr. and Michael... also recruited by Cal State Fullerton, San Diego, University of Arizona, Arizona State and Texas Christian University...a business administration major.

JUNIOR INFIELD L-R

BRIEFLY A.J. LaMonda is in his third season with the Lions... will start for third straight season, most likely at first base... may also see time at third... had a great fall, with the coaches considering him the most consistent hitter... a leader who is one of the vocal pieces of the team... AT LMU 2005 hit .253 and made just three errors in 53 games played at first base for the Lions... made 42 starts and drove in 28 runs... hit a grand slam in the first inning of deciding game three in the WCC Championship Series... 2004... had 29 hits, four doubles, and 24 RBI... made just one error in 153 chances (.994)... HIGH SCHOOL a 2003 graduate of Servite in Anaheim, CA... high school teammate of current LMU teammate Brad Meyers... hit .420 with just seven strikeouts... a first-team All-Serra League selection... helped summer team Southern California Renegades to the Palomino World Championship... PERSONAL Andrew James LaMonda was born Nov. 13, 1984, in Orange, CA... son of Kathy and Herbert LaMonda... has two sisters, September and Jordan and one brother, Zack, who played football at San Diego State... a natural science major.

LaMONDA’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B HR RBI BB K SF SAC SB CS PO A E Hit Streak

CARTER’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B RBI K SAC PO A E

3 - 3x (last: vs. UTAH, 2/26/05) 1 - vs. CAL, 2/12/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. UCSB, 3/13/05) 1 - vs. UTAH, 2/25/05 1 - vs. UTAH, 2/25/05 2 - vs. CHAP, 2/23/05 1 - vs. UTAH, 2/27/05 3 - vs. UTAH, 2/27/05 4 - vs. UTAH, 2/25/05 1 - 3x (last: vs. vs. UTAH, 2/27/05)

6 - at UNLV, 3/22/05 2 -4x (last: vs. LBSU, 4/19/05) 3 - 3x (last: at CSUN, 5/18/04) 2 - vs. CAL, 2/13/05 1 - 4x (last: vs. PEP, 5/29/05) 5 - at SCU, 4/18/05 2 - 2x (last: at SMC, 4/3/05) 3 - vs. PEP, 4/30/04 2 - at SMC, 5/10/04 1 - at SCU, 4/17/04 1 - 3x (last: at UCLA, 5/17/05) 1 - 7x (last: at USD, 5/13/05) 17 - vs. CHAP, 2/23/05 4 - 2x (last: at UH, 3/6/05) 1 - 4x (last: vs. SCU, 4/15/05) 6 (2005)

AB R

H

CARTER’S CAREER STATISTICS 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F LD %

2005 .133 9-4

15

2

1

Ye a r Av g G - G S 2004 .279 44-24

AB R 104 17

H 29

2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E FL D% 4 0 1 24 36 .346 10 1 13 4 .339 3 1 0-1 152 20 1 .994

2005 .253 53-42 To t a l . 2 6 3 9 7 - 6 6

158 23 262 40

40 69

10 0 14 0

Ye a r Av g

G-GS

1

0

0

1

3

.200

0

0

7

0

.133 0

1

0-0

6

12 3 .857

LaMONDA’S CAREER STATISTICS

3 4

28 52

59 .373 95 .363

15 4 25 5

22 35

6 10

.330 2 .333 5

0 1

3-9 3-10

313 32 3 .991 465 52 4 .992

6-0 • 180 ORANGE COUNTY, CA SERVITE HS

A.J. LAMONDA


BASEBALL

2006 LMU

JUNIOR OUTFIELD R-R

6-1 • 210 MANHATTAN BEACH, CA MIRA COSTA HS

BRIEFLY Elvis Herrera is in his third season with LMU baseball... will compete for time in right field, left field, and as the Lions' designated hitter... was set back by a sore arm in the fall, but appears to be healthy now... coaches feel he has been swinging the bat better... AT LMU 2005 started 12 games and hit .286 with .333 on base percentage for the Lions... tallied three doubles and six RBI... went a perfect 4for-4 with one RBI and four runs scored in win over Portland... 2004... hit .300 in WCC play... had 11 hits and a .302 on-base percentage in 23 games played... picked up his first hit as a Lion on 2/15 against No. 11 Baylor... HIGH SCHOOL posted a batting average of .396 with one home run and 24 RBI in 2003... earned second-team All-Bay League honors as a senior.... high school teammate of current LMU teammate Lee Roberts... PERSONAL Elvis Santino Herrera was born April 12, 1985, in Santa Monica, CA... son of Casey and Daniel Herrera... has one sister, Tuesday... a television production major.

6-4 • 215 TRABUCO CANYON, CA MISSION VIEJO HS 2004 ALL-WCC HM

SENIOR THIRD BASE-PITCHER R-R

BRIEFLY Kyle Mura is in his fourth and final season with the Lions, returning after being selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 49th round of the 2005 draft... has really come on in the fall as a pitcher... has three to four quality pitches in his fastball, curve ball, cutter, and change-up. .. coaches hope he can help the Lions on the mound and also with his bat... coaches feel he has matured during his LMU career and are expecting a quality senior season... AT LMU 2005 hit .247 with six home runs, 14 doubles, 35 RBI... started 46 games... also made first career pitching appearance, throwing one scoreless inning with one strikeout at CSUN... was named the WCC's "Best Infield Arm" prior to the start of the season... 2004... received honorable mention All-WCC recognition... hit .317 with eight doubles and 33 RBI in 139 at bats... also tallied six homeruns with a .502 slugging percentage... hit two home runs aganist Santa Clara on 4/16, before exiting for the remainder of conference play with an injured hip... 2003... went 2for-2 in collegiate debut against Cal (2/8)... reached base in first six games he played, posting a .333 batting average... scored first-career run against Cal (2/9) and drove in first RBI against Washington (2/15)... had first career

three-hit game, going 3-for-5 with two runs and a RBI in LMU's 11-6 victory over Long Beach State (4/1)... missed final portion of the season with a back injury... ended freshman campaign with a .286 average with 16 hits in 15 starts... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of Mission Viejo High School... graduated with a 4.3 grade point average... a two-time first-team All-South Coast League selection... also a first-team AllOrange County and first-team All-CIF selection at shortstop and pitcher... named South Coast League MVP... earned the David Gray Memorial Scholarship for having the highest GPA on the baseball team as well as being named ScholarAthlete of the year at Mission Viejo High School... PERSONAL Kyle Ryan Mura was born November 24, 1984, in San Diego, Calif., to Seana and Stephen Mura... father was drafted by the San Diego Padres and played for Oakland and St. Louis after a successful career at Tulane... has a younger brother, Erik... was also recruited by CS Fullerton, Texas A&M, and Arizona before he chose LMU due to the coaching staff and the university's reputation... major is sociology.

MURA’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SF SAC SB CS PO A E Hit Streak

HERRERA’S CAREER HIGHS

ELVIS HERRERA

AB R H 2B RBI BB K SF PO A E Hit Streak

4 - 8x (last: vs. UCLA, 4/12/05 4 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 4 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 1 - 4x (last: vs. POR, 4/10/05) 2 - 2x (last: vs. USD, 3/18/05) 1 - 5x (last: at USD, 5/14/05) 1 - 16x (last: vs. GON, 5/22/05) 1 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 11 - vs. UCLA, 4/12/05 3 - vs. UCLA, 4/12/05 1 - 3x (last: at USF, 4/23/05) 3 (2005)

5 - 8x (last: vs. GON, 5/22/05) 2 - 14x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 4 - at FSU, 3/2/04 2 - 2x (last: at CSF, 4/5/05) 1 - at USD, 5/14/05 2 - at SCU, 4/16/04 5 - at SJSU, 2/29/04 2 - 2x (last: at UNLV, 3/22/05) 4 - vs. CAL, 2/13/05 1 - 4x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 1 - 2x (last: vs. NMSU, 3/22/04) 2 - vs. NMSU, 3/22/04 1 - vs. NMSU, 3/21/04 12 - at USD, 5/14/05 12 - vs. CHAP, 2/23/05 1 - 26x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 10 (2004)

Ye a r Av g G - G S

AB R

H

HERRERA’S CAREER STATISTICS 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E FL D%

2004 .268 23-8 2005 .286 24-12

41 49

4 7

11 14

1 3

0 0

0 0

2 6

12 .293 17 .347

1 4

1 0

6 10

2 2

.302 0 .333 1

0 0

0-0 0-0

18 68

0 1 .947 8 2 .974

To t a l . 2 7 8 4 7 - 2 0

96

11

25

4

0

0

8

29 .322

5

1

16

4

.320 1

0

0-0

68

8 3 .962

Ye a r Av g G - G S

AB R

H

MURA’S CAREER STATISTICS 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-A PO A

E FL D %

2003 .286 23-15 2004 .317 37-37

56 9 139 27

16 44

1 8

4 .909 8 .899

2005 .247 51-46 To t a l . 2 7 9 111 - 9 8

182 32 377 68

45 14 1 105 23 1

0 0

0 6

8 33

17 .304 70 .504

5 5 12 4

10 29

0 1

.394 0 1 .382 2 1

0-0 2-3

15 25 24 47

6 35 12 76

79 .434 166 .440

17 7 34 16

47 86

5 6

.332 2 0 .360 4 2

2-2 4-5

128 77 14.936 1 6 7 1 4 9 2 6. 9 2 4


BASEBALL

2006 LMU

5-6 • 180 RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CA PV PENINSULA HS

FRESHMAN CATCHER R-R

6-1 • 215 THOUSAND OAKS, CA UC IRVINE

SENIOR TRANSFER OUTFIELD R-R

BRIEFLY Erik Johnson is in his first season with LMU baseball after transferring from UC Irvine... is now taking graduate classes at LMU... will compete for time in right field... hit the ball well for the Lions in the fall... coaches feel he is physical, fast, and an overall good addition to the LMU outfield... AT UC IRVINE 2005 was a 2005 Big West Scholar-Athlete and hit .352 in Big West play for the Anteaters... among the team leaders with a .417 on-base percentage and a .556 slugging percentage in conference action... 2004... started 31 games and hit .288... tallied 32 hits, seven doubles, and four home runs... ranked fourth on the team with 31 RBI and had multiple-RBI in 10 games... sat out second half of the season due to injury... 2003... utilized redshirt season... 2002... made 11 starts and 27 appearances... had one run on four hits and went 1-for-1 in stolen bases... HIGH SCHOOL a 2001 graduate of Chaminade College Prep in West Hills, CA... as a senior, hit .404 with five home runs to lead team to the 2001 Mission League championship... was a Team One national player... also a Los Angeles Daily News 2001 all-star... prep coach was Scott Drootin... PERSONAL Erik Avery Johnson was born August 16, 1983 in Lakewood, CO... son of Jayne and Walt Johnson... has one sister, Haley... competed in the 1996 Little League World Series... earned his undergraduate degree in political science at UCI and is now working toward a masters degree in education.

BRIEFLY Brett Mendoza is in his first season with LMU baseball... will compete for innings as a back-up to starting catcher Sean Dovel... coaches feel he swung the bat well toward the end of the fall... HIGH SCHOOL a 2005 graduate of Palos Verdes Penninsula High School in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA... led the Bay League with a .485 average his senior season... was a four-time letterwinner and two-year captain for Coach Dennis Gonzalves... was a three-time All-Bay League selection... high school teammate of current LMU teammate Andy Beal... PERSONAL Brett Christopher Mendoza was born September 30, 1986, in Anaheim Hills, CA... son of Martha and Rudy Mendoza... father also attended LMU... has one sister, Lauren Nicole... also recruited by University of Hawaii, UC Irvine and Trinity University... major is undeclared.

JUNIOR CATCHER R-R

6-4 • 210 CULVER CITY, CA ST.MONICA CATHOLIC

BRIEFLY Adrian Nevarez is in his third season with LMU ... coaches feel he is the most improved player on the team... worked hard in the weight room to make himself stronger... coaches note that he has been hitting the ball a lot better and possesses a quality throwing arm... AT LMU 2005 played in five games for the Lions... recorded 11 putouts and one assist at catcher without an error... tallied four putouts at Fresno State... 2004... played in seven games for the Lions... had one hit in six at bats... posted a .286 on-base percentage... first hit as a Lion came in a perfect 1-for-1 effort against Cal State Fullerton on 4/13... 2003... redshirted his true freshman season... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of St. Monica Catholic High School in Santa Monica, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner, serving as captain his final three years... earned All-Camino Real League honors three times... named defensive MVP... coach was Jack White... also earned varsity letter in football as a senior after being named All-Camino Real League and offensive MVP at receiver... was team captain and letterwinner in basketball, earning defensive MVP... PERSONAL Adrian Alejandro Nevarez was born April 17, 1984, in Los Angeles, Calif... son of Angel and Sonia Nevarez... has older brother, Angel... a business administration major.

NEVAREZ’S CAREER HIGHS

AB H BB K PO A

2 - at UCSB, 3/9/04 1 - at CSF, 4/13/04 1 - vs. UCSB, 3/30/04 1 - 2x (last: at CSUN, 5/18/04) 4 - at FSU, 3/1/05 1 - 2x (last: at FSU, 3/1/05)

JOHNSON’S CAREER STATISTICS AT UC IRVINE Ye a r Av g G - G S 2 0 0 2 . 11 8 2 7 - 11

AB R 34 1

H 4

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-A PO A 0 0 0 2 4 . 11 8 7 3 15 1 .318 0 1 1-1 20 1

E FL D% 0 1.000

2004 .288 31-31 2005 .306 38-30

111 1 5 124 25

32 38

7 9

0 2

4 3

31 12

51 .459 60 .484

10 2 16 2

28 32

0 0

.349 3 .392 1

0 3

4-9 5-6

0 1.000 3 .953

To t a l . 2 7 5 9 6 - 7 2

269 41

74

16 2

7

45

11 5 . 4 2 8

33 7

75

1

.364 4

4

10-17 144 6

Ye a r Av g G - G S

AB R

H

NEVAREZ’S CAREER STATISTICS 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E FL D%

2004 .167 7-0 2005 .000 5-0

6 1

0 0

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

.167 .000

1 0

0 0

2 0

0 0

.286 0 .000 0

0 0

0-0 0-0

4 11

1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000

To t a l . 1 4 3 1 2 - 0

7

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

.143

1

0

2

0

.286 0

0

0-0

15

2 0 1.000

64 4 60 1

3 .980

KYLE MURA


BASEBALL

2006 LMU

5-11 • 165 SAN DIEGO, CA TORREY PINES HS

FRESHMAN OUTFIELD L-R

BRIEFLY Kyle McCormick is in his first season with LMU baseball... a left-handed hitter who is in the mix for possible at-bats as a designated hitter for the Lions... coaches feel he has a bright future ahead of him... HIGH SCHOOL a 2005 graduate of Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, CA... played four years of baseball and soccer... baseball coach was Jason Shanahan... PERSONAL Kyle Ryan McCormick was born October 19, 1987, in San Diego, CA... son of Christina and Randy McCormick... a physics major.

JUNIOR PITCHER R-R

6-2 • 215 LA MIRADA, CA LA MIRADA HS

SOPHOMORE CATCHER R-R

BRIEFLY Sean Dovel is in his second season with LMU baseball... is the Lions' returning starting catcher... coaches look forward to another productive season after he really threw the ball well in the fall... AT LMU 2005 earned All-WCC honorable mention as the Lions' catcher... posted a .287 batting average in freshman season... started 47 games... recorded 13 extra base hits and 19 RBI... drove in the winning run with the score tied 6-6 in the top of the ninth at UNLV on March 22... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of La Mirada High School in La Mirada, Calif... named firstteam All-CIF Southern Section Division III as La Mirada took the Suburban League title each of his four seasons... a two-time all-area and threetime all-league selection... hit .384 (38-for-99) in 2004, with 26 RBI and 11 doubles... earned second-team All-CIF honors as a junior after hitting .400 with four homeruns, 18 RBI, and 29 runs scored... was consistent at the plate during his high school career, hitting .380 and .360 as a freshman and sophomore... prep coach was Kim Brooks... PERSONAL Sean McFall Dovel was born April 7, 1986, in Redondo Beach, CA... son of Amie and the late Tom Dovel... has one brother, Jason... a business administration major.

DOVEL’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SF SAC CS PO A E Hit Streak

5 - 4x (last: vs. SMC, 5/8/05) 3 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 3 - 3x (last: vs. SCU, 4/17/05) 1 - 10x (last: vs. PEP, 5/27/05) 1 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. PEP, 5/29/05) 3 - at USD, 5/14/05 2 - vs. UCLA, 4/12/05 2 - 8x (last: at USD, 5/13/05) 1 - vs. CAL, 2/13/05 1 - 3x (last: at USD, 5/14/05) 1 - vs. SMC, 5/6/05 11 - vs. USD, 3/18/05 3 - 3x (last: vs. USD, 3/19/05) 1 - 6x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 7 (2005)

Ye a r Av g G - G S

AB R

H

DOVEL’S CAREER STATISTICS 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F L D%

2005 .287 49-47

164 23

47

10 1

2

19

65 .396

10 0

39

3

.326 1

3

0-1

266 41 6 .981

FEASER’S CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r E R A W- L A P P G S C G S H O / C B O S V I P H R ER BB SO 2B 3B

H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A

2 0 0 4 6 . 11 2 - 1 2005 5.62 4-2

18 30

1 1

0 0

0/0 0/0

0 4

17.2 30 15 12 17 32.0 43 23 20 17

7 2 20 8

0 2

0 3

79 .380 134 .321

6 4

2 3

1 3

1 3

0 1

To t a l 5 . 8 5 6 - 3

48

2

0

0/0

4

49.2 73 38 32 34

27 10 2

3

213 .343

10 5

4

4

1

42 L M U

6-2 • 205 SANTA MARGARITA, CA SANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC

BRIEFLY Blake Feaser is in his third season at LMU... coaches feel he has really come on as of late, throwing a fastball in the upper 80s, a quality slider, a plus change-up, and working on a cutter... is one of the leaders on the pitching staff... coaches expect good things from him... AT LMU 2005 posted a 4-2 record and led the team with four saves... finished second on the team with 30 appearances... was named WCC Pitcher of the Week on April 11 after securing the wins over No. 1 Cal State Fullerton and over Portland in the rubber game of the WCC series... did not allow an earned run in three appearances for the Lions on that week, while striking out five against Portland... threw four scoreless innings in relief for LMU to earn the 8-4 win over Portland... earned his team-leading fourth save of the season over Pepperdine April 29... 2004... had a 2-1 record in 18 games including one start... threw 17.2 innings on the season... HIGH SCHOOL a 2003 graduate of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Santa Margarita, Calif... went 4-1 with two saves, a 1.82 ERA, and 34 strikeouts in his senior season... threw a perfect game during final season... allowed just 29 hits in 42 innings of work... a second-team All-Serra League selection... helped his squad reach the CIF semifinals and posted a save against Capistrano Valley High School in the quarterfinals...a two-year letterman for Coach Borowski... high school teammate of current LMU teammate Justin Bunkis... PERSONAL Blake Edward Feaser was born January 17, 1985, in Mission Viejo, CA... son of Jennifer and Edward Feaser... has one brother, Austin... a communication studies major.

FEASER’S CAREER HIGHS

IP H R ER BB SO WP BK HBP

4.0 - vs. POR, 4/10/05 4 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 3/27/04) 4 - at CSF, 4/13/04 4 - at CSF, 4/13/04 4 - at CSF, 4/13/04 3 - at CSF, 4/5/05 2 - at USC, 3/23/04 1 - 4x (last: vs. PEP, 5/29/05) 1 - 5x (last: vs. LBSU, 4/19/05)


2006 LMU

FRESHMAN FIRST-THIRD BASE R-R

6-1 • 250 EL CAJON, CA EL CAPITAN HS

BRIEFLY Nik Garcia is in his first season with LMU baseball... has been a pleasant surprise to the coaching staff after coming on and showing that he can really hit... will compete for time at both first base and as the Lions' designated hitter... a quality person who the coaches feel lucky to have in the program... HIGH SCHOOL a 2005 graduate of El Capitan High School in Lakeside, CA... a three-time AllGrossmont League selection for Coach Steve Vickery... PERSONAL Nikolas Antonio Garcia was born February 26, 1987, in San Diego, CA... son of Anna and Guillermo Garcia... has 3 bothers, Guillermo Jr., Cristian, and Damian, and one sister, Andrea... also recruited by San Diego, UC Riverside, and Long Beach State... a civil engineering major.

FRESHMAN PITCHER R-R

BASEBALL

6-4 • 210 CARLSBAD, CA SADDLEBACK JC

BRIEFLY Mike Kenney is in his first season with LMU baseball... was hurt during the fall season and coaches hope rehab makes him available in March... coaches expect he will then see some quality innings... AT SADDLEBACK JUNIOR COLLEGE 2005 utilized his redshirt season... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of La Costa Canyon High School in Carlsbad, CA... was a three-year letterman and two-time captain for Coach Justin Machado... went 10-0 as a starting pitcher as a junior... also played one season of basketball... PERSONAL Michael James Kenney was born August 16, 1986, in La Jolla, CA... son of Peggy and Patrick Kenney... has one sister, Kaley, and one brother, Christopher... also recruited by Santa Clara, UCLA, Arizona, and Arizona State... a undecided liberal arts major.

FRESHMAN OUTFIELD-PITCHER R-R

5-11 • 195 HACIENDA HEIGHTS, CA PALM DESERT HS

BRIEFLY Ernie Cho is in his first season with LMU baseball... coaches feel he is a very consistent player who throws a lot of strikes... improved his pitching toward the end of the fall season... may also see time as the Lions' designated hitter and possibly in the outfield... HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Palm Desert High School in Palm Desert, CA... was a twotime All-Desert Valley League selection and a first-team Puma All-American... led his team with a .432 average, 95 at bats, and 41 hits... tallied a team-high 69 strikeouts, in 70.2 innings pitched... finished his senior season 8-3 with a 1.98 ERA... prep coach was Darol Salazar... PERSONAL Ernie Gunn Cho was born October 23, 1987, in Los Angeles, CA... son of Insook and Seong Cho... has one sister, Priscilla... also recruited by Stanford, Cal, USC, and UC Riverside... a business major.

BLAKE FEASER


BASEBALL

2006 LMU

FRESHMAN PITCHER R-R

5-10 • 175 HERMOSA BEACH, CA MIRA COSTA HS

BRIEFLY Lee Roberts is in his first season with LMU baseball after walking-on to the team as an academic sophomore... coaches feel he was very productive in the fall... not overpowering, but retired a lot of hitters during the fall season... coaches expect him to fill in some innings both in weekend and mid-week match-ups... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, CA... earned all-area southern section and All-Bay League honors as a senior for Coach Mike Neilly... finished senior season with a 1.91 ERA... also ran two seasons of cross country... PERSONAL Bryan "Lee" Roberts was born January 24, 1986 in Madrid, Spain... son of Marsha and the late Bryan Roberts... step-father Dulin Erickson played baseball for Cal State Dominguez Hills... has one sister, Brooke... a mechanical engineering major. BEAL’S CAREER HIGHS

IP H R ER BB SO WP BK HBP

4.2 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 4/9/05) 6 - vs. POR, 4/9/05 4 - vs. CSUN, 3/15/05 4 - vs. CSUN, 3/15/05 3 - 3x (last: vs. PEP, 5/29/05) 4 - at LBSU, 3/8/05 1 - 2x (last: at CSUN, 3/15/05) 1- vs. USD, 3/29/05 1 - 3x (last: vs. SCU, 4/17/05)

ANDY BEAL

6-0• 185 RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CA PV PENINSULA HS

SOPHOMORE PITCHER R-R

6-1 • 185 YORBA LINDA, CA EL DORADO HS

JUNIOR UTILITY R-R

BRIEFLY Andy Beal is in his second season with LMU baseball... coaches consider him to be one of the Lions' top returning pitchers... continued to improve during the fall season... has improved his breaking ball, has a plus-plus change-up, and is still working on a cutter... is coming off a great freshman season and coaches look for him to have another quality year... AT LMU 2005 finished impressive freshman season 4-1 with a team-best 3.71 ERA and three saves... also led team with 31 appearances... tied for team lead with a .261 opponents' batting average... pitched one perfect inning to close out game one win in WCC Championship... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of Palos Verdes Peninsula High School in Rolling Hills, CA... ranked as Perfect Game USA's No. 54 prospect in the nation... went 9-1 with a 1.02 ERA and 82 strikeouts in 62 innings of work in 2004... was a four-time Daily Breeze All-Area selection and two-time Daily Breeze Area Player of the Year... hit .413 (33-for-80) with five home runs and 22 RBI, leading him to his second Bay League MVP honor... as a sophomore earned AllCIF first-team, Bay League MVP, and Daily Breeze Area Player of the Year selections for his 8-2, 0.79 ERA efforts... hit .455 that season... named California Freshman of the Year in 2001 and was the winning pitcher in the gold medal game against Venezuela as a member of the USA Baseball Junior Olympic team... prep coach was Roger Cannon... high school teammate of current LMU teammate Brett Mendoza... PERSONAL Andrew Beal was born October 22, 1985, in Whittier, CA... son of John and Linda Beal... father played baseball for La Salle... has two brothers, Greg and Chris, who attends Saint Mary's... also recruited by USC, Long Beach State, and Arizona State... a sociology major.

BRIEFLY Brandon DiTolla is in his third season with the Lions... is a back-up third baseman for the Lions, but may also see time as the Lions' designated hitter and at first base... AT LMU 2005 started 13 games... hit .262 for the season... went 3-for-5 with two RBI and one run scored against UCSB on March 11... had three hits, including a double, and two runs scored against CSUN on March 15... 2004... Hit .200 with two hits over eight games... posted a .273 on-base percentage... went a perfect 2-for2 in 15-7 loss to USCB on 3/30... 2003... redshirted his true freshman season... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of El Dorado High School in Placentia, CA... earned a pair of varsity letters, while being named All-Empire League as a junior and a senior... team won the 2001 CIF Baseball Championship... captained team for coaches Matt Stine and Steve Gullotti... also had three varsity letters in football... PERSONAL Brandon John DiTolla was born on March 12, 1984, in Denver, CO... son of Stephen and Patricia DiTolla... father played baseball at Arizona... has one brother, Justin... a business administration major.

DiTOLLA’S CAREER HIGHS

AB R H 2B 3B RBI BB K PO A E Hit Streak

5 - at UCSB, 3/11/05 2 - vs. CSUN, 3/15/05 3 - vs. CSUN, 3/15/05 1 - 3x (last: vs. CSUN, 3/15/05) 1 - vs. USD, 3/18/05 2 - 2x (last: at UCSB, 3/11/05) 1 - 2x (last: vs. USD, 3/19/05) 2 - 2x (last: vs. USD, 3/18/05) 4 - at UCSB, 3/11/05 3 - 2x (last: vs. CSUN, 3/15/05) 3 - at UCSB, 3/11/05 3 (2005)

BEAL’S CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r E R A W- L A P P G S C G S H O / C B O S V I P H R E R B B S O 2 B 3 B H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A 2005 3.71 4-1 31 0 0 0/1 3 53.1 49 24 22 30 40 14 1 3 188 .261 2 3 1 6 4

Ye a r Av g G - G S

AB R

H

DiTOLLA’S CAREER STATISTICS 2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F LD %

2004 .200 8-1 2005 .262 18-13

10 42

2 7

2 11

0 3

0 1

0 0

0 5

2 .200 16 .381

1 1

0 0

2 11

0 0

.273 0 .279 0

0 0

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3 1 .750 22 8 .833

To t a l . 2 5 0 2 6 - 1 4

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.278 0

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2006 LMU

6-6 • 190 YORBA LINDA, CA SERVITE HS

SOPHOMORE PITCHER R-R

BRIEFLY Brad Meyers is in his second season with LMU baseball... spent the summer playing in the Cape Cod League and was named a top-10 prospect and MVP of the playoffs... last season, Baseball America considered him to be one of the top-five freshmen in the nation... is a projected weekend starter... seems to be healthy and ready to have a quality season... AT LMU 2005 started six games for the Lions, posting a 4-3 record with one save... his four wins tied for third on the team... finished with 43.1 innings pitched and 25 strikeouts... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of Servite High School in Anaheim, CA... drafted in the 14th round of the 2004 draft by the New York Mets... selected to the Cleveland Indians squad in the 2003 Area Code Games, the most prestigious showcase for top prospects in the nation... named Team One West's No. 3 prospect and Perfect Game USA's No. 64 prospect in California... went 8-1 with a 0.97 ERA in 2004 en route to Serra League MVP honors... named second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I... was a high school teammate of current LMU teammate A.J. LaMonda... prep coach was Todd Cook... PERSONAL Bradley Steven Meyers was born September 13, 1985, in Santa Ana, CA... son of Jeff and Kathy Meyers... has one brother, Greg... also recruited by Cal State Fullerton, UC Riverside, and Fresno State... a business administration major.

SENIOR TRANSFER PITCHER R-R

6-4 • 230 LONG BEACH, CA SAN FRANCISCO STATE

BRIEFLY Roberto Torres is in his first season at LMU after transferring from San Francisco State... is a graduate student now at LMU... coaches project him to be a weekend starter... fastball is in the upper 80s... has a solid slider and is working on his change-up... coaches feel he should be a quality addition to pitching staff... AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE 2005 was a second-team All-American pitcher... led San Francisco State with 14 starts, 78 innings pitched, and 70 strikeouts... 2004... was an AllCCAA selection... went 7-3 with a 3.18 ERA in 79.1 innings pitched... made 12 starts and threw two complete games and two shutouts... tallied 59 strikeouts... 2003... utilized redshirt season... 2002... made 10 starts and finished 3-2... tallied 39 strikeouts in 51 innings of work... HIGH SCHOOL a 2001 graduate of St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, CA... was a three-year letterwinner and captain of his senior year squad for Coach Kris Jondle... PERSONAL Roberto Luis Torres was born September 12, 1983, in Long Beach, CA... son of Armida and Roberto Torres, Sr... has one brother, Marcos... mother played basketball at the University of Chihuahua in Mexico, and his father played tennis at L.A. Trade Tech... also recruited by Long Beach State, UC Irvine, and Sacramento State... working toward a masters in education.

FRESHMAN PITCHER L-L

BRIEFLY Melvin Blackmon is in his first season with LMU... coaches feel he is a work-in-progress who seems to be making positive strides... is really working hard to earn innings as a freshman... coaches note he has a plus curve ball... HIGH SCHOOL a 2005 graduate of Temecula Valley High School in Temecula, CA... led his team with a 1.45 ERA through 77.1 innings of work... posted a record of 12-1 with six complete game shutouts and 56 strikeouts... a 39th round draft pick of the San Francisco Giants in the 2005 draft... prep coach was John Paino... also was a three-year letterman in football... was a two-time All-Southwestern League selection as quarterback for the Golden Bears... PERSONAL Melvin Earl Blackmon was born May 31, 1987, in San Diego, CA... son of Carolyn and Melvin Blackmon, Sr... has one brother, Malen... also recruited by Long Beach State and Cal State Northridge... a psychology major.

MEYERS’ CAREER HIGHS

IP H R ER BB SO WP HBP

7 - at UCSB, 3/12/05 9 - vs. Utah, 2/27/05 7 - at SMC, 4/3/05 7 - at SMC, 4/3/05 3 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 5 - vs. UH, 3/5/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. POR, 4/10/05) 2 - at SMC, 4/3/05

MEYERS’ CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r E R A W- L A P P G S C G S H O / C B O S V I P H R ER BB SO 2B 3B

H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A

2005 5.19 4-3

3

15

6

0

0/0

1

43.1 60 31 25 15

25 8

0

180 .333

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TORRES’ CAREER STATISTICS AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE Ye a r E R A W- L 2002 6.18 3-2

APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP 11 1 0 0 0 / 0 0 51

H R ER BB SO 2B 3B 60 43 35 39

2004 3.18 7-3 2005 5.31 1-8

13 14

12 2 14 0

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0 0

79.1 82 37 28 26 78.0 107 67 46 30

59 70 25 3

To t a l 4 . 7 1 11 - 1 3 3 8

36 2

2/0

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2 0 8 . 1 2 4 9 1 4 71 0 9

168

H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A

BRAD MEYERS 7

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BASEBALL

2006 LMU

JUNIOR PITCHER R-L

6-1 • 195 WILMINGTON, CA BANNING HS

BRIEFLY Daniel Macias is in his third season in the Lion uniform... is one of two LHP on the roster... coaches feel he has really improved himself... throws strikes with three pitches: fastball, slider, and change-up... coaches believe he shows quality command with his fastball and change-up and will fight for a weekend starting position... AT LMU 2005 finished fourth on the team with 26 appearances... made four starts and finished with one win and one save... threw a career-high 6.1 innings, scattering four hits and holding UCLA to one run in the seventh while striking out three to get the win on the road... 2004... started five games for the Lions, including Opening Day as a freshman... made 22 appearances... struck out 32 batters and walked just 14 in 29.1 innings... collegiate debut came in Opening Day start against UC Riverside, where he struck out the side in his only inning of work in the 5-4 win on 2/10... struck out a season-high six batters against then-No. 11 Baylor on 2/15... HIGH SCHOOL a 2003 graduate of Banning High School in Wilmington, CA... posted a record of 9-4 and an ERA of 1.53 for Coach John Gonzales... recorded 92 strikeouts in 89 innings of work... named MVP of the Marine League... received first-team South Bay Area honors... PERSONAL Daniel Gregory Macias was born August 21, 1985, in Culver City, CA... son of Catalina Macias and Mike Camarillo... has one sister, Yasmine... also recruited by Long Beach State before choosing LMU for the location, size of school, class size, and coaching staff... a business administration major.

6-3 • 225 COTO DE CAZA, CA SANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC

SOPHOMORE 1B R-R

6-0 • 170 HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA HUNTINGTON BEACH HS

SOPHOMORE PITCHER R-R

BRIEFLY Justin Bunkis is in his second season with LMU... coming off a quality summer with his bat... coaches are looking for him to add power to the lineup... will compete for innings at first base... AT LMU 2005 appeared in six games for the Lions... recorded first career RBI with a sac fly against Utah February 27... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif... was ranked as the No. 36 prospect in California by Perfect Game USA... high school teammate of current LMU teammate Blake Feaser... helped Santa Margarita to the Serra League title in 2004... prep coach was Mike Borowski... PERSONAL Justin Sternbergs Bunkis was born February 23, 1986, in Berkeley, CA... son of Juris and Ruta Bunkis... father played hockey for University of Toronto... has one sister, Jessica... major is television production with a minor in business administration.

BRIEFLY Nathan Keadle is in his second season with LMU baseball... coaches consider him the most improved pitcher on the staff... has gained control throwing a fastball, cutter, and curve ball... coaches have noticed he shows a lot of confidence on the mound and expect to get quality innings out of the sophomore... AT LMU 2005 made five appearances for the Lions as a freshman... pitched a career-high 1.1 innings at UNLV March 22 and recorded his first career strikeout... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of Huntington Beach High School in Huntington Beach, Calif... was an All-Sunset League first-team selection his junior and senior seasons. .. earned Sunset League MVP honors after going 8-3 with an ERA of 3.05 and 45 strikeouts in 55 innings pitched his senior year... prep coach was Benji Medure... PERSONAL Nathaniel Douglas Keadle was born June 19, 1985, in Huntington Beach, CA... son of Douglas and Diana Keadle... has two brothers, Garrett and Justin, who pitches for Wake Forest... a business administration major.

KEADLE’S CAREER HIGHS BUNKIS’ CAREER HIGHS

AB RBI K SF PO

2 - vs. USC, 3/29/05 1 -vs. UTAH, 2/27/05 1 - 3x (last: at GON, 3/24/05) 1 - vs.UTAH, 2/27/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. USC, 3/29/05)

IP H R ER BB SO WP

1.1 - at UNLV, 3/22/05 3 - 2x (last: vs. SCU, 4/16/05) 3 - 2x (last: vs. SCU, 4/16/05) 3 - vs. SCU, 4/16/05 3 - at FSU, 3/1/05 1 - at UNLV, 3/22/05 1 - 2x (last: vs. SCU, 4/16/05)

MACIAS’ CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r E R A W- L A P P G S C G S H O / C B O S V I P H R E R B B S O 2 B 3 B H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A 2004 7.36 0-2 22 5 0 0/0 1 29.1 48 29 24 14 32 8 0 2 133 .361 3 2 0 3 0 MACIAS’ CAREER HIGHS

IP H R ER BB SO WP BK HBP

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6.1 - at UCLA, 5/17/05 8 - at SJSU, 2/28/04 5 - 2x (last: vs. GON, 5/21/05) 5 - vs. GON, 5/21/05 3 - vs. USC, 3/29/05 6 - at BU, 2/15/04 1 - 7x (last: at CSUN, 5/10/05) 1 - at USF, 4/24/05 2 - at CSUN, 5/10/05

2005 6.92 1-2 26 To t a l 7 . 1 5 1 - 4 4 8

4 9

0 0

0/0 0/0

1 2

40.1 52 32 31 15 29 15 2 69.2 100 61 55 29 61 23 2

3 5

165 .315 298 .336

4 7

3 5

1 1

2 5

0 0

BUNKIS’ CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r Av g G - G S 2005 .000 6-0

AB R 6 0

H 0

2 B 3 B H R R B I T B S L G % B B H B P S O G D P O B % S F S H S B - A P O A E F LD % 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 3 1 .000 1 0 0-0 2 0 0 1.000

KEADLE’S CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r E R A W- L A P P G S C G S H O / C B O S V I P 2005 13.50 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 4.2

H 9

R E R B B S O 2 B 3 B H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A 10 7 6 1 2 0 2 23 .391 2 0 0 0 0


BASEBALL

2006 LMU

5-11 • 155 SAN CLEMENTE, CA SAN CLEMENTE HS

SOPHOMORE PITCHER R-R

6-3 • 210 SYLMAR, CA SYLMAR HS

JUNIOR PITCHER R-R

BRIEFLY Greg Nagy is in his second season with LMU baseball... coaches note he has a plus slider and will look for him to throw innings in relief... AT LMU 2005 appeared in nine games for the Lions as a freshman... made first career start March 22 at UNLV... pitched a career-high 1.2 innings at Houston March 6... recorded a careerhigh two strikeouts March 1 at Fresno State... HIGH SCHOOL a 2004 graduate of San Clemente High School in San Clemente, Calif... graduated with a 3.4 cumulative GPA... played four seasons for Coach Dave Gellatly, serving as captain his senior season and earning Defensive MVP honors... PERSONAL Gregory Michael Nagy was born September 13, 1985, in Walnut Creek, CA... son of Shawne and Greg Nagy... has one brother, Jeff... a electrical engineering major.

BRIEFLY Ezequiel Ruvalcaba is in his third season with the Lions... coaches are looking for him to help in late innings... throws in the upper 80s... has a cutter and a split... coaches have noted his hard work and say he has good command with his fastball... AT LMU 2005 posted a 1-0 record with one save in 14 appearances... tied for the team lead with a .261 opponents' battng average... retired six straight batters to earn his first career save in Lions' win at 21st-ranked USC... earned first career decision in win against Saint Mary's... 2004... had a 2.25 ERA with two strikeouts in three appearances... also hit .200 with one double in five games... made his LMU pitching debut in the eighth inning against USC and did not surrender a hit... 2003... redshirted his true freshman season... HIGH SCHOOL a 2002 graduate of Sylmar High School in Sylmar, Calif... finished with a 3.59 grade point average... earned four varsity letters for coach Gary Donatella... was a three-time AllValley Mission League selection ... team captain as a junior... played infield and outfield... PERSONAL Ezequiel Ruvalcaba was born on June 11, 1984, in Jalisco, Mexico... he is the son of Raymundo and Noemi Ruvalcaba... has two brothers, Edgar and Raymundo, and one sister, Reyna... a civil engineering major.

RUVALCABA’S CAREER HIGHS NAGY’S CAREER HIGHS

IP H R ER BB SO WP HBP

6.1 - at UCLA, 5/17/05 8 - at SJSU, 2/28/04 5 - at UCSB, 3/9/04 4 - at UCSB, 3/9/04 2 - 4x (last: vs. NMSU, 2/21/04) 6 - at BU, 2/15/04 1 - 7x (last: at CSUN, 5/10/05) 2 - at CSUN, 5/10/05

IP H R ER BB SO WP BK HBP

3.0 - at UCSB, 3/11/05 2 - at UCSB, 3/30/04 1 - vs. SMC, 4/2/04 1 - vs. SMC, 4/2/04 2 - at USC, 3/23/04 3 - at USF, 4/22/05 1 - vs. UTAH, 2/26/05 2 - vs. SMC, 4/2/04 2 - vs. SCU, 4/16/05 DANIEL MACIAS

NAGY’S CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r E R A W- L A P P G S C G S H O / C B O S V I P H R ER BB SO 2B 3B

H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A

2 0 0 5 1 5 . 9 50 - 0

1

9

1

0

0/0

0

7.1

20 15 13 3

4

4

0

42

.476

1

1

0

1

0

RUVALCABA’S CAREER STATISTICS Ye a r E R A W- L A P P G S C G S H O / C B O S V I P 2004 2.25 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 4.0 2005 5.50 1-0 14 To t a l 4 . 9 1 1 - 0 1 7

0 0

0 0

0/0 0/0

1 1

H 3

R 1

E R B B S O 2 B 3 B H R A B B / Av g W P H P B K S FA S H A 1 4 2 1 0 0 15 .200 0 0 2 5 5

1 8 . 0 1 8 1 3 11 1 0 1 0 4 22.0 21 14 12 14 12 5

0 0

0 0

69 84

.261 .250

1 1

4 4

0 2

2 7

1 6


LMU BASEBALL PRIDE


2006 LMU

BASEBALL

2005seasoninreview Back-to-back WCC Coast Division Champions

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coach of Team USA, Frank Cruz is named International Coach of the Year by the IBAF, becoming the only Team USA coach to win the award in an Olympic year. 3 The Lions defeat top-ranked Cal State Fullerton 13-6 on April 5, becoming the first LMU program to knock-off the nation’s top team. 4 LMU strings together six straight mid-week wins, including wins over ninth-ranked Long Beach State, No. 21 USC, UCLA, Cal State Northridge, and top-ranked Cal State Fullerton. 5 The Lions set a program record for the hottest finish, winning 14 of their final 16 regular season games. 6 Junior Chris Pettit highlights the All-WCC selections when he’s named to the first-team. 7 Four LMU baseball games are televised, including three games at Page Stadium and a nationally televised game on CSTV. 8 LMU earns the right to host the WCC Championship Series for the fourth time in seven seasons. 9 Junior Stephen Kahn becomes the highest draft selection of the WCC when the Seattle Mariners select him in the fifth round. LMU has a total of three players selected in the first 10 rounds and a total of seven sign professional contracts in 2005.

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2006 LMU

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OPPONENT CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CS FULLERTON CHAPMAN UTAH UTAH UTAH at Fresno State at Houston at Houston at Houston at Long Beach St. at UCSB at UCSB at UCSB CS NORTHRIDGE SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO at UNLV at Gonzaga at Gonzaga USC at Saint Mary's at Saint Mary's at Saint Mary's at CS Fullerton PORTLAND PORTLAND PORTLAND UCLA SANTA CLARA SANTA CLARA SANTA CLARA LONG BEACH ST. at San Francisco at San Francisco at San Francisco at USC at Pepperdine at Pepperdine at Pepperdine SAINT MARY'S SAINT MARY'S SAINT MARY'S at CS Northridge at San Diego at San Diego at San Diego at UCLA GONZAGA GONZAGA GONZAGA at Gonzaga PEPPERDINE PEPPERDINE PEPPERDINE

SCORE W 9-8 L 5-8 L 9-11 L 2-10 W 4-3 L 3-5 L 4-8 W 17-8 L 1-14 W 7-4 L 2-6 L 3-8 L 4-6 L 7-14 W 4-2 L 0-6 L 9-11 W 6-4 W 4-3 W 7-3 W 7-6 L 3-10 L 0-3 L 4-12 W 8-1 L 3-5 L 7-12 W 13-6 L 2-3 W 21-9 W 8-4 W 4-2 L 1-3 L 6-18 W 9-4 W 10-6 L 4-11 L 1-2 L 5-8 W 5-3 W 6-4 L 3-5 W 6-4 W 12-6 W 6-3 W 16-14 W 10-2 W 5-3 W 9-1 L 0-4 W 6-1 W 3-0 W 13-6 W 10-9 W 8-7 W 7-3 L 5-7 L 8-18

LMU R-H-E 9-9-3 5-12-4 9-13-1 2-3-3 4-7-0 3-8-3 4-6-4 17-18-2 1-6-2 7-10-0 2-7-2 3-8-3 4-5-1 7-13-2 4-5-3 0-8-5 9-13-0 6-10-2 4-10-2 7-10-1 7-9-1 3-7-1 0-4-2 4-8-2 8-9-1 3-6-2 7-10-1 13-15-1 2-6-2 21-24-1 8-12-2 4-9-0 1-5-2 6-18-3 9-14-0 10-13-1 4-12-0 1-5-3 5-9-0 5-6-0 6-13-0 3-6-1 6-12-2 12-17-0 6-12-3 16-16-1 10-12-0 5-13-1 9-13-0 0-5-1 6-7-0 3-7-1 13-14-2 10-13-0 8-9-3 7-12-0 5-8-0 8-12-3

record: 31-27 home: 18-11 away: 13-16 WCC: 18-12

R-H-E 8-10-2 8-10-0 11-13-0 10-16-1 3-6-0 5-8-0 8-13-1 8-15-0 14-14-0 4-9-3 6-7-0 8-15-1 6-14-1 14-17-3 2-9-0 6-9-1 11-19-4 4-9-1 3-7-0 3-7-2 6-10-3 10-10-3 3-9-2 12-14-2 1-6-3 5-7-1 12-13-1 6-12-3 3-10-0 9-14-2 4-10-1 2-5-1 3-9-0 18-24-0 4-11-1 6-10-2 11-12-0 2-3-2 8-11-0 3-8-0 4-12-3 5-10-1 4-9-0 6-11-1 3-5-1 14-16-1 2-7-1 3-9-1 1-5-2 4-10-0 1-6-1 0-5-0 6-8-2 9-15-0 7-9-2 3-12-2 7-8-1 18-23-1

INN 9 9 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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

WCC 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 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 5-5-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 6-6-0 6-7-0 7-7-0 7-7-0 7-8-0 7-9-0 7-10-0 7-10-0 8-10-0 8-11-0 9-11-0 10-11-0 11-11-0 12-11-0 12-11-0 13-11-0 14-11-0 14-12-0 14-12-0 15-12-0 16-12-0 17-12-0 18-12-0 18-12-0 18-12-0 18-12-0

PITCHER OF RECORD FEASER, B. (W 1-0) MEYERS, B. (L 0-1) REYES, E. (L 0-1) FEASER, B. (L 1-1) MEYERS, B. (W 1-1) STEVENS, J. (L 0-1) FEASER, B. (L 1-2) MEYERS, B. (W 2-1) HUDDY, K. (L 0-1) KAHN, S. (W 1-0) MEYERS, B. (L 2-2) STEVENS, J. (L 0-2) MACIAS, D. (L 0-1) KAHN, S. (L 1-1) MEYERS, B. (W 3-2) STEVENS, J. (L 0-3) REYES, E. (L 0-2) KAHN, S. (W 2-1) STEVENS, J. (W 1-3) HUDDY, K. (W 1-1) BUENO, G. (W 1-0) KAHN, S. (L 2-2) STEVENS, J. (L 1-4) HUDDY, K. (L 1-2) STEVENS, J. (W 2-4) KAHN, S. (L 2-3) MEYERS, B. (L 3-3) FEASER, B. (W 2-2) STEVENS, J. (L 2-5) BEAL, A. (W 1-0) FEASER, B. (W 3-2) BUENO, G. (W 2-0) STEVENS, J. (L 2-6) KAHN, S. (L 2-4) FEASER, B. (W 4-2) HUDDY, K. (W 2-2) STEVENS, J. (L 2-7) BEAL, A. (L 1-1) MACIAS, D. (L 0-2) BEAL, A. (W 2-1) STEVENS, J. (W 3-7) KAHN, S. (L 2-5) BEAL, A. (W 3-1) STEVENS, J. (W 4-7) KAHN, S. (W 3-5) RUVALCABA, E (W 1-0) MEYERS, B. (W 4-3) STEVENS, J. (W 5-7) KAHN, S. (W 4-5) HUDDY, K. (L 2-3) MACIAS, D. (W 1-2) STEVENS, J. (W 6-7) KAHN, S. (W 5-5) BEAL, A. (W 4-1) HUDDY, K. (W 3-3) STEVENS, J. (W 7-7) KAHN, S. (L 5-6) HUDDY, K. (L 3-4)

ATTEND 743 489 489 477 406 493 527 537 1849 1148 1179 1015 994 174 206 267 384 251 275 511 130 200 186 483 503 501 457 1385 367 524 507 413 506 573 589 392 505 625 630 476 418 619 732 483 538 582 139 631 762 452 344 489 513 513 576 683 856 1013

TIME 3:22 3:07 3:27 3:07 2:32 2:58 3:38 3:39 2:41 3:19 2:39 3:04 3:20 3:44 2:52 2:50 4:06 4:01 2:57 3:17 4:03 3:08 3:00 3:43 2:14 2:54 3:15 3:52 2:34 3:19 2:42 3:26 2:40 3:59 3:15 3:41 2:58 3:37 3:02 3:02 3:06 2:58 3:09 3:11 2:26 4:44 2:39 3:06 3:10 2:55 3:15 2:46 2:27 3:15 3:17 2:59 3:22 4:11

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2006 LMU

2005statistics by batting average PLAYER AVG FRAZEE, Joe .364 FARRIS, Eric .345 COOPER, James .342 PETTIT, Chris .329 DOVEL, Sean .287 LaMONDA, A.J. .253 MURA, Kyle .247 OLLER, Jon .235 GLOMB, Michael .302 SHAHAK, Evan .299 WHITE, Matt .288 HERRERA, Elvis .286 DiTOLLA, Brandon .262 BRADBURY, Josh .250 SOTO, Anthony .250 LEFKOWITZ, J. .179 CARTER, Matt .133 BUNKIS, Justin .000 SANTANA, A. .000 NEVAREZ, Adrian .000

GP-GS 57-57 40-35 51-51 58-58 49-47 53-42 51-46 57-53 28-25 39-28 48-29 24-12 18-13 11-8 22-4 23-10 9-4 6-0 2-0 5-0

AB 220 142 196 219 164 158 182 187 86 107 111 49 42 32 28 39 15 6 2 1

R 45 27 36 62 23 23 32 31 16 19 21 7 7 1 4 6 1 0 0 0

Totals

.294

58-58

1986

Opponents

.301

58-58

2042

H 80 49 67 72 47 40 45 44 26 32 32 14 11 8 7 7 2 0 0 0

2B 20 9 11 20 10 10 14 11 4 7 9 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

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

record: 31-27 home: 18-11 away: 13-16 WCC: 18-12

HR 3 2 2 9 2 3 6 9 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 34 17 35 44 19 28 35 37 7 26 29 6 5 5 3 2 1 1 0 0

TB SLG% 119 .541 64 .451 92 .469 121 .553 65 .396 59 .373 79 .434 82 .439 32 .372 51 .477 44 .396 17 .347 16 .381 10 .313 8 .286 8 .205 3 .200 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

BB 29 8 17 26 10 15 17 31 5 6 14 4 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 0

HBP 6 3 12 11 0 4 7 5 2 5 8 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

361 583 136 14

41

334 870 .438

188 65

367 615 120 7

45

342 884 .433

256 50

SO 32 10 16 28 39 22 47 47 19 15 21 10 11 10 3 6 7 3 1 0

GDP 0 1 5 1 3 6 5 5 4 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0

OB% .446 .387 .425 .419 .326 .330 .332 .356 .355 .352 .388 .333 .279 .278 .300 .238 .133 .000 .000 .000

SF 3 2 1 4 1 2 2 2 0 4 6 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

SH 4 6 6 2 3 0 0 4 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0

SB-ATT PO 10-11 159 9-10 55 6-12 125 21-28 107 0-1 266 3-9 313 2-2 128 5-8 118 1-3 39 2-3 11 7-9 16 0-0 68 0-0 18 0-1 3 1-1 8 1-2 25 0-0 6 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 11

A 2 104 3 3 41 32 77 85 73 0 0 8 22 13 0 25 12 0 0 1

E 1 7 2 3 6 3 14 12 6 0 0 2 8 3 0 6 3 0 0 0

FLD% .994 .958 .985 .973 .981 .991 .936 .944 .949 1.000 1.000 .974 .833 .842 1.000 .893 .857 1.000 .000 1.000

347 36

.368

31

36

68-100

1519

580

86

.961

365 42

.387

29

31

60-82

1513

609

67

.969

LOB - Team (432), Opp (523). DPs turned - Team (50), Opp (43). TPs turned - Team (0), Opp (1). CI - Team (1), DOVEL, S. 1. IBB - Team (9), WHITE, M. 2, PETTIT, C. 2, OLLER, J. 2, COOPER, J. 1, DiTOLLA, B. 1, FRAZEE, J. 1, Opp (9). Picked off -LaMONDA, A. 2, MURA, K. 1, COOPER, J. 1, OLLER, J. 1, DOVEL, S. 1.

by earned run average PLAYER ERA W-L STEVENS, Jeff 3.93 7-7 KAHN, Stephen 5.60 5-6 MURA, Kyle 0.00 0-0 OLLER, Jon 0.00 0-0 BEAL, Andy 3.71 4-1 BUENO, Gabe 3.74 2-0 MEYERS, Brad 5.19 4-3 RUVALCABA, EZ 5.50 1-0 FEASER, Blake 5.62 4-2 REYES, Erik 6.75 0-2 MACIAS, Daniel 6.92 1-2 HUDDY, Kyle 8.54 3-4 KEADLE, Nathan 13.50 0-0 NAGY, Greg 15.95 0-0

APP 18 17 1 1 31 28 15 14 30 8 26 18 5 9

GS 15 16 0 0 0 2 6 0 1 1 4 12 0 1

CG 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHO/CBO 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 2 1 0 1 3 1 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 0

IP 107.2 99.2 1.0 0.2 53.1 33.2 43.1 18.0 32.0 12.0 40.1 52.2 4.2 7.1

H 125 107 0 0 49 37 60 18 43 21 52 74 9 20

R 56 77 0 0 24 14 31 13 23 9 32 63 10 15

ER 47 62 0 0 22 14 25 11 20 9 31 50 7 13

BB 39 55 0 0 30 17 15 10 17 1 15 48 6 3

SO 81 78 1 0 40 24 25 10 20 8 29 44 1 4

2B 17 22 0 0 14 5 8 4 8 5 15 16 2 4

3B 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0

HR 6 11 0 0 3 5 3 0 3 2 3 6 2 1

AB 434 393 3 2 188 129 180 69 134 56 165 224 23 42

B/Avg WP .288 7 .272 20 .000 0 .000 0 .261 2 .287 2 .333 2 .261 1 .321 4 .375 1 .315 4 .330 13 .391 2 .476 1

HBP 8 9 0 0 3 6 2 4 3 2 3 9 0 1

2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0

BK

SFA 6 5 0 0 6 0 2 2 3 0 2 2 0 1

SHA 6 2 0 0 4 3 4 1 1 0 5 5 0 0

Totals

5.53

31-27 58

58 1

1/1

16 506.1

615 367 311 256 365

120 7

45

2042 .301

59

50

8

29

31

Opponents

5.59

27-31 58

58 4

3/2

9

583 361 313 188 347

136 14

41

1986 .294

35

65

11

31

36

504.1

PB - Team (12), DOVEL, S. 9, OLLER, J. 2, SHAHAK, E. 1, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (10), STEVENS, J. 3, BUENO, G. 2, MACIAS, D. 1, DOVEL, S. 1, KAHN, S. 1, MEYERS, B. 1, OLLER, J. 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - DOVEL, S. (45-61), KAHN, S. (19-26), OLLER, J. (14-18), STEVENS, J. (7-13), HUDDY, K. (9-11), MEYERS, B. (6-8), BEAL, A. (5-7), MACIAS, D. (4-7), BUENO, G. (6-6), RUVALCABA, E (2-2), KEADLE, N. (1-1), FEASER, B. (1-1), NEVAREZ, A. (1-1).

ATTENDANCE: home (14,750, 508 average), total (32,709, 563 average) HOME RUNS (41): solo HR (25), 2-run HR (10), 3-run HR (2), grand slam (4) GRAND SLAMS (4): Cooper (1), Pettit (1), Oller (1), LaMonda (1) MULTI-HIT GAMES: Frazee (28), Pettit (24), Cooper (22), Dovel (14), Oller (12), Farris (12), Mura (11), LaMonda (10) MULT-RBI GAMES: Oller (12), Cooper (9), Mura (8), LaMonda (8), White (7), Pettit (6), Shahak (6), Frazee (6), Farris (4), Dovel (3) EXTRA BASE HITS: Pettit (30), Frazee (28), Mura (21), Oller (20), Cooper (17), Dovel (13), LaMonda (13), Farris (11), Shahak (11), White (10) HITTING STREAKS: Pettit (13), Farris (11), Shahak (7), Frazee (7), Dovel (7), Cooper (7), LaMonda (6), Oller (6), Mura (6) 52 L M U


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2005wccreview est Coast Conference baseball competition continues its long history in 2006. After years of a two-division format, the league will alter the format for the 2006 season. Each team will meet for one three-game series, with the top two teams advancing to the WCC Championship Series. The winner of the title series wins the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. LMU, Pepperdine, Saint Mary’s, Santa Clara, San Francisco, San Diego, Portland and Gonzaga comprise the baseball alignment. Gonzaga and Portland, long-time members in every other conference sport, joined the league in baseball in 1996 after migrating from the Pacific-10 North Division. Baseball was originally established as a conference sport in 1968. From 1977-84, WCC teams competed with teams from the Big West Conference in the Northern California Baseball Association (Saint Mary’s, San Francisco, and Santa Clara), and the Southern California Baseball Association (LMU, Pepperdine, and San Diego). The WCC sponsors championships in 13 sports for men and women: baseball, men and women’s basketball, women's crew, men and women’s cross country, men and women's golf, men and women’s soccer, men and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball.

2005 WCC Baseball Standings WEST PEP#$ USF SCU POR

W 21 20 11 7

L 9 10 19 23

PCT .700 .667 .367 .233

W 41 38 28 17

L 23 18 28 36

T 0 0 0 0

PCT .641 .679 .500 .321

COAST W L PCT W L T LMU # 18 12 .600 31 27 0 USD 16 14 .533 30 27 1 GON 15 15 .500 28 26 0 SMC 12 18 .400 20 30 0 #division champion $WCC Champion, NCAA participant

PCT .534 .517 .519 .400

2005 All-West Coast Conference PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Chad Tracy, PEP PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Paul Coleman, PEP FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Barry Enright, PEP COACH OF THE YEAR: Nino Giarratano, USF

First-Team NAME Chad Tracy# Bryan Byrne#* Scott Campbell Delaney Gallagher Kevin Drever Shane Buschini# Sam Carter Chris Pettit# Scott Cousins# Steve Kleen#* Paul Coleman # Nick Pereira# Anthony Rea

TEAM PEP SMC GON SMC SCU USD SMC LMU USF PEP PEP USF SCU

POS C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF UT UT P P P

Second-Team NAME TEAM POS Kiel Thibault* GON C Bobby Carlson* GON 1B Eric Farris LMU 2B Darin Holcomb GON 3B Danny Worth PEP SS James Cooper LMU OF Stefan Gartrell USF OF Mike Sansoe SMC OF Jordan Abruzzo USD DH Cy Donald USF DH Matt Couch USD P Barry Enright PEP P Jeff Stevens LMU P *previous times an All-WCC first-team pick #unanimous selection

YR SO JR SO JR JR SO JR JR SO SR JR SR SR

YR JR JR FR FR FR JR JR SR SO SR FR FR JR

LMU Honorable Mention Sean Dovel, Joe Frazee, Evan Shahak

WCC Batting Leaders TEAM BATTING AVERAGE Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..295 LMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..293 San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..292 San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..287 Gonzaga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..286 Saint Mary’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..280 Santa Clara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..273 Portland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..260 INDIVIDUAL BATTING AVERAGE Chad Tracy, PEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..367 Joe Frazee, LMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..364 Stefan Gartrell, USF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..364 Shane Buschini, USD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..352 Mike Sansoe, SMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..352 Steve Kleen, PEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..350 Sam Carter, SMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..350 Eric Farris, LMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..345 James Cooper, LMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..342 Keoni Ruth, USD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..338

WCC Pitching Leaders TEAM PITCHING San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.88 San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.81 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.84 Santa Clara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.56 Gonzaga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.59 Saint Mary’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.36 LMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.55 Portland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.74 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Nick Pereira, USF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.21 Scott Cousins, USF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.74 Anthony Rea, SCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.75 Josh Monroe, GON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.03 Kea Kometani, PEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.17 Patrick Donovan, USF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.22 Paul Coleman, PEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.35 Josh Butler, USD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.42 Justin Blaine, USD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.55 Matt Couch, USD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.65

WCC Fielding Leaders TEAM FIELDING San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..976 Gonzaga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..972 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..968 Santa Clara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..968 Saint Mary’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..965 San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..963 LMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..961 Portland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..957

West Coast Conference

joefrazee In 2005, Frazee became the first Lion to receive all-conference recognition for four seasons.

1250 Bayhill Drive, Suite 101 San Bruno, California 94066 650-873-8622 650-873-7846 fax www.wccsports.com Baseball Contact Will Kiss wkiss@westcoast.org 2006 BASEBALL 5 3


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2005honorroll WCC PLAYER/PITCHER OF THE WEEK

2005 MAJOR LEAGUE DRAFT

Blake Feaser (April 11)

PLAYER

TEAM

ROUND

Chris Pettit (April 11)

Stephen Kahn

Mariners

5th

Stephen Kahn (April 26)

Jeff Stevens

Reds

6th

Chris Pettit (May 2)

James Cooper Yankees

9th

Joe Frazee (May 16)

Joe Frazee

Phillies

25th

Eric Farris (May 23)

Kyle Mura

Cubs

49th

Kyle Huddy

Reds

FA

CBF NATIONAL HONOR ROLL Chris Pettit (April 12)

LMU IN THE 2005 NCAA STATS

Chris Pettit (May 3)

TEAM STATS

RANK ACTUAL

batting average

117

.293

WALLACE AWARD WATCH LIST

ERA

186

5.55

Stephen Kahn

fielding percentage 121

.961

scoring

116

6.2

ALL-WCC

CLEMENS AWARD WATCH LIST

home runs

118

0.71

Chris Pettit (1st)

Stephen Kahn

triples

116

0.24

doubles

20

2.33

Eric Farris (2nd) James Cooper (2nd)

PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN

slugging percentage 90

.437

Jeff Stevens (2nd)

Stephen Kahn (Baseball America-3rd)

stolen bases

129

1.16

double plays

119

0.88

WL percentage

119

.534

IND.

RANK ACTUAL

Sean Dovel (honorable mention) Joe Frazee (honorable mention)

LMU ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Evan Shahak (honorable mention)

James Cooper (February) Joe Frazee (March)

CHRIS PETTIT

STAT

Frazee batting avg. 80

.350

MATT MULLER LION AWARD

Pettit

.340

Jeff Stevens

Cooper strikeouts

97

12.3

Pettit

78

1.07

BASEBALL AMERICA PRESEASON HONORS WCC Newcomers: Brad Meyers (2nd) WCC Top Prospect: Stephen Kahn WCC Best Fastball: Stephen Kahn WCC Best Defensive OF: Joe Frazee WCC Best Infield Arm: Kyle Mura Fab 50 Juniors: Stephen Kahn (#19) Feb 50 Freshmen: Brad Meyers (#5)

batting avg. 92 runs


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2006 LMU

lmurecordbook Individual Game Highs

Team Game Highs

Team Season Highs

Team Season Records

batting

batting

GAMES 1. 66 (1988) 2. 65 (1986) 3. 65 (1980) 4. 64 (1989) 5. 63 (twice)

BATTING Hits At Bats RBI Stolen Base Attempts Walks Strikeouts Hit By Pitches Total Bases Slugging Percentage Sacrifice Hits Sacrifice Flies Stolen Bases Per Game Doubles Per Game Triples Per Game Home Runs Per Game Runs Per Game

AT BATS 8-Jason Hueth vs. USD, 4/22/95 8-Mike Peters vs. USD, 4/22/95 RUNS 5-Jeff Walker at UCLA, 4/4/00 5-Kris Zacuto vs. SMC, 3/31/00 5-Joe Sulentor vs. POR, 5/10/98 5-Darren Sugiyama vs. NEV, 1/31/92 HITS 6-Travis Tarchione vs. UNLV, 4/15/87 DOUBLES 4-Joe Ciccarella vs. USF, 2/23/91 TRIPLES 2-Ikaika Hoopii vs. USF, 5/6/94 HOME RUNS 3-Kris Zacuto vs. GON, 5/11/01 3-Scott Walter vs. GON, 5/7/00 3-Matt Riordan at GON, 4/25/99 3-Scott Walter at USF, 4/19/98 3-Tony Kounas vs. USF, 4/13/90 3-Don Sparks vs. UCSB, 3/23/88 RUNS BATTED IN 8-Scott Walter vs. GON, 5/7/00 8-Scott Walter at USF, 4/19/98 8-Billy Bean vs. USF, 4/20/85 WALKS 4-Josh Whitesell vs. USF, 3/24/02 4-Josh Whitesell vs. POR, 3/15/02 4-Robert Hirsh vs. GON, 5/10/01 4-Greg Bergeron vs.USF, 5/7/94 STRIKEOUTS 4-Benny Craig vs. PEP, 5/9/97 4-Jon Oller at USD, 3/20/04 4-Kyle Mura vs. CAL, 2/13/05 STOLEN BASES 5-Dave Long vs. UCSB, 2/8/75 HIT BY PITCHES 3-Anthony Angel vs. UTAH, 2/18/00 3-Anthony Angel at POR, 4/4/98 3-Anthony Angel vs. UTAH, 1/30/98 3-Rick Mediavilla vs. UTAH, 3/19/90 HIT STREAK 27-Don Sparks, 3/15-4/22/88

pitching

INNINGS-STARTER 13-Tim Layana vs. USC, 4/9/85 INNINGS-RELIEF 9.2-Tim Layana vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 STRIKEOUTS 16-S. Demosthenes vs. GON, 4/19/96

AT BATS 57-vs. USD, 3/1/85 RUNS 34-vs.USF, 4/18/86 HITS 30-vs. SMC, 3/31/00 DOUBLES 8-vs. CAL, 2/13/05 8-vs. CSF, 4/5/05 8-vs. SMC, 3/31/00 8-vs. CSLA, 2/28/98 TRIPLES 5-vs. LBSU, 2/11/75 HOME RUNS 7-vs. POLY, 2/26/00 RUNS BATTED IN 29-vs. USF, 4/18/86 WALKS 17-at UH-HILO, 3/11/96 STRIKEOUTS 17-vs. LBSU, 4/3/01 17-vs. LBSU, 3/4/97 17-vs. USC, 4/23/91 17-at UW, 3/12/04 STOLEN BASES 7-vs. UCSB, 2/8/75 HIT BY PITCHES 9-vs. UCLA, 4/4/00

pitching

INNINGS 17-vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 STRIKEOUTS 17-vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 WALKS 15-vs. UCSB, 3/30/04 HITS 24-vs. LBSU, 4/9/91

WALKS 10-Mike McNary vs. HAWAII, 2/27/88

RUNS 23-vs. CSUN, 4/23/97

HITS 17-Jason Hueth vs. SMC, 4/8/95

EARNED RUNS 21-vs. UNLV, 3/26/97

RUNS 12-Drew Bentz vs. LBSU, 3/25/77 12-Dennis Sandoval vs. USC, 2/22/75

fielding

EARNED RUNS 11-Joe Caruso vs. ASU, 2/3/91

fielding

PUTOUTS 19-David Jones vs. LBSU, 3/31/78 ASSISTS 12-Kyle Mura, vs. CHAP, 2/23/05 DOUBLE PLAYS 4-Greg Carl vs. UCLA, 4/14/92 4-Darren Sugiyama vs. UCLA, 4/14/92 ERRORS 4-Darrel Deak vs. STAN, 2/5/89

CHANCES 80-vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 PUTOUTS 51-vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 ASSISTS 24-vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 ERRORS 7-vs. POR, 4/5/97 7-vs. USF, 4/14/96 7-vs. UNM, 3/10/85 DOUBLE PLAYS 4-vs. LBSU, 2/24/99 4-vs. UTAH, 2/1/98 4-vs. UCLA, 4/14/92

RUNS 1. 606 (1988) 2. 601 (1986) 3. 542 (1998) 4. 519 (1990) 5. 516 (2000) HITS 1. 800 (1988) 2. 784 (1990) 3. 702 (2000) 4. 694 (1999) 5. 693 (1986) DOUBLES 1. 150 (1988) 2. 136 (2005) 3. 134 (1991) 4. 132 (2000) 5. 130 (1989, 90)

PITCHING Innings Pitched Complete Games Relief Appearances Saves Strikeouts Walks Shutouts

TRIPLES 1. 31 (1988) 2. 26 (1985) 3. 22 (1974) 4. 21 (1991) 5. 20 (1986)

FIELDING Total Chances Putouts Assists Double Plays

HOME RUNS 1. 82 (1990) 2. 81 (2000) 3. 78 (1986) 4. 71 (1991) 5. 70 (1988)

STREAKS Overall Win Home Win Road Win Conference Win Overall Loss Conference Loss

STOLEN BASES 1. 158 (1977) 2. 135 (1979) 3. 122 (1978) 4. 112 (1982) 5. 107 (1976) BATTING AVERAGE 1. .345 (1988) 2. .341 (1990) 3. .336 (1987) 4. .331 (2000) 5. .329 (1985) WINS 1. 50 (1986) 2. 48 (1988) 3. 45 (1990) 4. 40 (2000) 5. 39 (1989) WINNING PCT. 1. .769 (1986) 2. .727 (1988) 3. .726 (1990) 4. .678 (2000) 5. .633 (1991) ERA 1. 2.98 (1970) 2. 3.42 (1969) 3. 4.03 (1978) 4. 4.17 (1972) 5. 4.21 (1989) FIELDING PCT. 1. .972 (1990) 2. .970 (1988) 3. .969 (1986, 2003) 5. .967 (1982)

800 (1988) 2,320 (1988) 540 (1988) 203 (1977) 410 (1982) 440 (1997) 112 (2000) 1,222 (1988) .527 (1988) 63 (1976) 36 (2000) 2.93 (1977) 2.33 (2005) 0.48 (1970) 1.37 (2000) 9.34 (1998) 556 (1990) 26 (1976) 169 (2004) 16 (1988,2005) 451 (2000) 338 (1981) 6 (1985, 1988) 2,451 (1986) 1,623 (1999) 762 (1986) 72 (1990)

13 (1986, 88, 89) 13 (1988) 12 (1986) 15 (1988, 89) 14 (2001) 16 (2001)

nohitter The only no-hitter thrown in LMU history belongs to Bob Seus, who did not surrender a hit at Long Beach State in a 9-0 LMU win on March 14, 1980. Only three runners reached base against the right-handed junior, as Seus allowed two walks and hit one batter, but faced the minimum 27 batters.


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all-timeseasonleaders Batting GAMES PLAYED 1. 66 Travis Tarchione 2t. 65 Billy Bean 2t. 65 Mike Franks 2t. 65 Tracy Jones 5t. 64 Rick Allen 5t. 64 Miah Bradbury 5t. 64 Travis Tarchione 5t. 64 Brian Turang 5t. 64 Mike Berberet 5t. 64 Chris Donnels 5t. 64 Jim McAnany

1988 1986 1980 1980 1989 1989 1989 1988 1980 1986 1986

AT BATS 1. 269 Rick Mediavilla 2. 268 Chris Gomez 3t. 264 Travis Tarchione 3t. 264 Tracy Jones 5. 262 Matt Riordan 6. 259 Don Sparks 7. 257 Tim Williams 8. 253 Mike Franks 9. 252 Ikaika Hoopii 10.249 Anthony Angel

1990 1990 1988 1980 1999 1988 1990 1980 1996 2000

RUNS 1. 84 2. 78 3. 74 4. 73 5t. 72 5t. 72 5t. 72 5t. 72 9. 69 10t.68 10t.68 HITS 1. 112 2. 105 3. 102 4. 100 5. 94 6. 92 7t. 90 7t. 90 9t. 89 9t. 89 9t. 89

Billy Bean Chris Donnels Don Sparks Carl Fraticelli Kevin Hook Joe Ciccarella Rick Mediavilla Carl Fraticelli Brian Turang Matt Riordan Joe Sulentor Rick Mediavilla Don Sparks Travis Tarchione Chris Gomez Miah Bradbury Scott Stout Matt Riordan Joe Ciccarella Curt Fiore Tony Kounas Reggie Lambert

1986 1986 1988 1986 1998 1991 1990 1988 1988 1998 1998 1990 1988 1988 1990 1989 1982 1999 1991 1999 1990 1985

RUNS BATTED IN 1. 91 Chris Donnels 2. 79 Don Sparks 3. 78 Anthony Angel 4. 75 Chris Donnels 5t. 70 Scott Walter 5t. 70 Darrel Deak 7. 68 Billy Bean 8t. 67 Scott Walter 8t. 67 Joe Ciccarella 8t. 67 Travis Tarchione 8t. 67 Billy Bean 8t. 67 Brian Leighton

1986 1988 2000 1987 2000 1991 1986 1998 1991 1988 1985 1984

STOLEN BASES 1. 40 John Krickl 2. 39 Dave Long 3. 35 Errect Ridley 4t. 34 Tim Collins 4t. 34 Tracy Cowger 6. 30 Reggie Lambert 7. 28 John Krickl 8. 26 Scott Stout 9t. 25 John Krickl 9t. 25 Dave Long 9t. 25 Pat Corcoran 9t. 25 Bob Sheldon

1979 1975 1977 1979 1977 1984 1978 1982 1977 1976 1975 1971 1986 1986 1986 1988 1984 1998 1991 1981 1977 1973 1972

DOUBLES 1. 31 Miah Bradbury 2. 25 Kris Zacuto 3t. 24 Joe Ciccarella 3t. 24 Chris Gomez 5t. 23 A. Napolitano 5t. 23 A.Napolitano 5t. 23 Don Sparks 8t. 22 Travis Tarchione 8t. 22 Brian Leighton 10. 21 Matt Riordan

1989 2002 1991 1990 1994 1992 1988 1988 1984 1999

TRIPLES 1. 9 Dan Henry 2t. 8 Russ Noah 2t. 8 Bob Sheldon 4t. 7 Carl Fraticelli 4t. 7 Billy Bean 6t. 6 Russ Noah 6t. 6 Jerry Zuvela 8t. 5 Joe Frazee 8t. 5 Matt Riordan 8t. 5 Ikaika Hoopii 8t. 5 Reggie Lambert

BASES ON BALLS 1. 66 Billy Bean 2. 59 Carl Fraticelli 3. 58 Chris Donnels 4. 52 Carl Fraticelli 5. 51 Reggie Lambert 6. 50 Kevin Hook 7. 49 Joe Ciccarella 8. 46 Scott Stout 9t. 45 Jeff Franklin 9t. 45 Jerry Stone 9t. 45 Jerry Stone

1975 1972 1971 1988 1986 1973 1951 2005 1998 1994 1985

BATTING AVERAGE (2.5 AB/GM) 1. .435 Joe Ciccarella 1991 2. .416 Rick Mediavilla 1990 3. .410 Reggie Lambert 1985 4. .405 Don Sparks 1988 5. .404 Bob Sheldon 1971 6. .403 Billy Bean 1985 7t. .399 Russ Noah 1973 7t. .399 Mike Logelin 1969 9. .398 Miah Bradbury 1989 10..392 Tom McDonald 1973

HOME RUNS 1. 21 Chris Donnels 2. 19 Scott Walter 3t. 17 Benny Craig 3t. 17 Jesse Ibarra 5t. 16 Miah Bradbury 5t. 16 Chris Donnels 5t. 16 Brian Leighton 8t. 15 Jesse Ibarra 8t. 15 Darrel Deak 8t. 15 Tony Kounas 8t. 15 Brian Turang

1986 2000 1997 1993 1990 1987 1984 1994 1991 1990 1988

TOTAL BASES 1. 171 Don Sparks 2. 161 Joe Ciccarella 3. 158 Scott Walter 4. 154 Chris Donnels 5t. 152 Miah Bradbury 5t. 152 Chris Gomez 7. 150 Tim Williams 8. 149 Tony Kounas 9. 147 Chris Donnels 10t.146 Jason Aspito 10t.146 Brian Leighton

1988 1991 2000 1986 1990 1990 1990 1990 1987 2000 1984

strikeout Billy Traber, the 2000 WCC Pitcher of the Year who went on to play for the Cleveland Indians, is LMU’s single-season strikeout leader.

Pitching APPEARANCES 1. 40 Joe Caruso 2. 35 Brian Clancy 3t. 34 Darryl Scott 3t. 34 Darryl Scott 5. 33 Chris Gray 6t. 32 Joe Caruso 6t. 32 Darryl Scott 6t. 32 Eric Reinholtz 9t. 31 Andy Beal 9t. 31 Chad Dembisky 9t. 31 Darryl Scott 9t. 31 Rod Volk

1991 1989 1988 1987 2001 1990 1989 1987 2005 1991 1990 1972

COMPLETE GAME 1. 12 Tim Layana 2t. 10 Drew Bentz 2t. 10 Tom Henderson 2t. 10 Rod Volk 2t. 10 Chris Wibberley 2t. 10 Dave Sehnem 2t. 10 Dave Sehnem 8t. 8 Tim Layana 8t. 8 Drew Bentz 10t.7 Jon Willard 10t.7 Tim Layana

1986 1976 1976 1973 1973 1971 1970 1985 1975 1990 1984

WINS 1. 17 2. 13 3t. 12 3t. 12 3t. 12 3t. 12 7. 11 8t. 10 8t. 10 10. 9

Tim Layana Jon Willard Chad Dembisky Darryl Scott Steve Surico Mark Stomp Rod Volk Billy Traber Kalani Bush Five Tied

1986 1990 1991 1990 1988 1986 1973 2000 1989

SAVES 1. 13 2. 10 3t. 9 3t. 9 5t. 6 5t. 6 5t. 6 8t. 5 8t. 5 8t. 5 8t. 5

Darryl Scott Walt Von Huene Dylan Sugar Joe Caruso Stephen Kahn Jesse Ibarra Jeff Goettsch Chris Gray Joe Caruso Tim Layana Tim Layana

1988 1970 1997 1991 2003 1994 1987 1999 1990 1986 1985

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 170.2 Tim Layana 2. 142.1 Chris Wibberley 3. 137.1 Tom Henderson 4. 135.2 Drew Bentz 5. 133.1 Drew Bentz 6. 129.0 Rod Volk 7. 126.2 Jon Willard 8t. 123.2 Billy Traber 8t. 123.2 Darryl Scott 8t. 123.2 Mark Stomp 8t. 123.2 Tim Layana

1986 1973 1976 1975 1976 1973 1990 2000 1990 1986 1985

STRIKEOUTS 1. 156 Billy Traber 2. 139 Tim Layana 3. 135 Billy Traber 4. 114 Michael Schultz 5. 110 Rod Volk 6. 108 Drew Bentz 7. 107 Tim Layana 8. 105 Chris Wibberley 9t. 104 Michael Schultz 9t. 104 Michael Schultz

2000 1986 1999 2000 1973 1976 1985 1973 1999 1998

WINNING PERCENTAGE (min. 8 decisions) 1. .900 Ben Bonilla (9-1) 2000 2. .875 T. Seward (7-1) 1988 3. .857 S. Surico (12-2) 1988 4. .850 Tim Layana (17-3)1986 5. .833 K.Bush (10-2) 1989 6. .818 M. Schultz (9-2) 1998 7. .800 J. Swanson (8-2) 1981 8. .778 Bill Barnett (7-2) 1970 9. .765 Jon Willard (13-4) 1990 10..750 Four Tied EARNED RUN AVERAGE (1 IP/GM) 1. 1.37 Walt Von Huene 2. 1.85 Bill Barnett 3. 1.93 Jim Kerker 4. 2.33 Brian Clancy 5. 2.39 Kelly Nicholson 6. 2.74 Bill Barnett 7. 2.93 Dave Sehnem 8. 2.95 Todd Yasin 9. 3.02 Tom Scarlett 10. 3.12 Tim Layana

1971 1970 1969 1989 1979 1969 1970 1978 1972 1985


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all-timecareerleaders Batting GAMES PLAYED 1. 233 Carl Fraticelli 2t. 229 Tim Williams 2t. 229 Jim McAnany 4. 226 Miah Bradbury 5. 225 Billy Bean 6. 222 Darrel Deak 7. 221 Joe Frazee 8. 216 Billy Lockin 9. 214 Jon Oller 10. 213 Chad Ohira AT BATS 1. 846 Miah Bradbury 2. 822 Billy Bean 3. 818 Billy Lockin 4. 798 Joe Frazee 5 797 Jim McAnany 6. 794 Kris Zacuto 7. 790 Carl Fraticelli 8. 768 Tommy Perez 9. 767 John Krickl 10. 734 Bob Sheldon RUNS 1. 240 2. 216 3. 195 4. 183 5. 173 6. 172 7. 170 8. 169 9. 168 10. 166 HITS 1. 306 2. 290 3. 274 4t. 265 4t. 265 4t. 265 7. 259 8. 248 9. 244 10t.239 10. 239 10t.239

Carl Fraticelli Billy Bean Miah Bradbury Chris Donnels Bob Sheldon Scott Walter Kris Zacuto Billy Lockin Jim McAnany Joe Ciccarella

1985-88 1988-91 1984-87 1987-90 1983-86 1988-91 2002-05 2001-04 2002-05 1995-98

1987-90 1983-86 2001-04 2002-05 1984-87 1999-02 1985-88 1999-02 1976-79 1969-72

1985-88 1983-86 1987-90 1985-87 1969-72 1998-00 1999-02 2001-04 1984-87 1989-91

Miah Bradbury Billy Bean Billy Lockin Joe Frazee Kris Zacuto Travis Tarchione Carl Fraticelli Scott Walter Jim McAnany Anthony Angel Bob Sheldon Tommy Perez

1987-90 1983-86 2001-04 2002-05 1999-02 1986-89 1985-88 1998-00 1984-87 1998-00 1969-72 1999-02

RUNS BATTED IN 1. 225 Chris Donnels 2. 204 Billy Bean 3. 191 Miah Bradbury 4. 184 Scott Walter 5. 173 Jim McAnany 6t. 172 Kris Zacuto 6t. 172 Travis Tarchione 8. 170 Tommy Perez 9. 165 Anthony Angel 10. 150 Darrel Deak

1985-87 1983-86 1987-90 1998-00 1984-87 1999-02 1986-89 1999-02 1998-00 1988-91

DOUBLES 1. 72 Miah Bradbury 2. 70 Kris Zacuto 3. 62 A. Napolitano 4. 61 Billy Bean 5. 58 David Jones 6. 54 Jon Oller 7. 51 Joe Frazee 8t. 50 Scott Walter 8t. 50 Jim McAnany 10. 49 Billy Lockin

1987-90 1999-01 1991-94 1983-86 1976-79 2002-05 2002-05 1998-00 1984-87 2001-04

BASE ON BALLS 1. 177 Carl Fraticelli 2. 150 Billy Bean 3. 125 Chris Donnels 4. 120 Joe Ciccarella 5. 106 Jerry Stone 6t. 104 Jim McAnany 6t. 104 Bob Sheldon 8. 103 Joe Frazee 9. 101 Jeff Franklin 10. 96 Chad Ohira

TRIPLES 1. 19 Bob Sheldon 2. 16 Billy Bean 3. 14 Ikaika Hoopii 4. 13 Dan Henry 5. 12 Joe Frazee 6. 11 Robert Cannon 7. 10 Carl Fraticelli 8t. 9 Joe Ciccarella 8t. 9 Tim Williams 8t. 9 Kris Zacuto

1969-72 1983-86 1993-96 1975-76 2002-05 1986-89 1985-88 1989-91 1988-91 1999-01

BATTING AVG. (Min. 300 AB) 1. .387 Russ Noah 1971-73 2. .383 Don Sparks 1987-88 3. .379 Reggie Lambert1984-85 4. .369 Travis Tarchione 1986-89 5. .368 Tracy Cowger 1977-78 6. .367 Chris Donnels 1985-87 7. .364 Joe Ciccarella 1989-91 8. .362 Miah Bradbury 1987-90 9. .356 Scott Walter 1998-00 10. .353 Billy Bean 1983-86

HOME RUNS 1. 45 Chris Donnels 2. 41 Tommy Perez 3t. 36 Scott Walter 3t. 36 Miah Bradbury 5t. 35 Jon Oller 5t. 35 Jesse Ibarra 7. 30 Jim McAnany 8. 29 Kris Zacuto 9. 28 Darrel Deak 10t.27 Anthony Angel 10t.27 Brian Leighton

1985-87 1999-02 1998-00 1987-90 2002-05 1992-94 1984-87 1999-02 1988-91 1998-00 1983-84

1985-88 1983-86 1985-87 1989-91 1971-73 1984-87 1969-72 2002-04 1974-77 1995-98

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TOTAL BASES 1. 490 Miah Bradbury 1987-90 2. 449 Billy Bean 1983-86 3. 440 Kris Zacuto 1999-02 4. 437 Bob Sheldon 1969-72 5. 417 Chris Donnels 1985-87 6. 412 Scott Walter 1998-00 7. 410 Tommy Perez 1999-02 8. 402 Jim McAnany 1984-87 9t. 372 Travis Tarchione 1986-89 9t. 372 David Jones 1976-79 STOLEN BASES 1. 104 John Krickl 1976-79 2. 73 Dave Long 1974-76 3. 65 Tim Collins 1976-79 4. 60 Bob Sheldon 1969-72 5. 57 Billy Lockin 2001-04 6. 55 Tracy Cowger 1977-78 7. 50 Errect Ridley 1976-77 8. 49 Pat Corcoran 1975-76 9. 48 Reggie Lambert1984-85 10. 47 Joe Ciccarella 1989-91

APPEARANCES 1. 131 Darryl Scott 1987-90 2. 107 Chris Gray 1998-01 3. 98 Joe Caruso 1989-91 4. 92 Jeff Cecchin 1995-98 5t. 90 Shawn Hammett1992-95 5t. 90 Tim Layana 1983-86 7. 89 Ben Bonilla 1997-00 8. 85 Rod Volk 1971-74 9. 82 Tom Henderson1973-76 10. 80 Brian Felton 1998-01 COMPLETE GAME 1. 33 Tim Layana 1983-86 2t. 26 Dave Sehnem 1969-72 2t. 26 Jim Kerker 1966-69 4. 22 Drew Bentz 1974-77 5. 21 Tom Henderson1975-76 6. 17 Shawn Hammett1992-95 7. 15 Chris Wibberly 1972-74 8. 14 Bob Seus 1978-80 9t. 11 Michael Schultz 1998-00 9t. 11 Kelly Nicholson 1979-82 9t. 11 Rod Volk 1971-74 WINS 1. 35 2. 31 3. 28 4t. 27 4t. 27 4t. 27 7. 25 8t. 23 8t. 23 10. 22

Tim Layana 1983-86 Darryl Scott 1987-90 Jim Kerker 1966-69 Steve Surico 1987-90 Kelly Nicholson 1979-82 Ben Bonilla 1997-00 Michael Schultz 1997-00 Drew Bentz 1974-77 Tom Henderson 1973-76 Jon Willard 1989-91

SAVES 1. 22 2. 16 3. 12 4t. 10 4t. 10 4t. 10 7t. 8 7t. 8 9t. 7 9t. 7

Darryl Scott Joe Caruso Dylan Sugar Jesse Ibarra Tim Layana Walt Von Huene Shawn Hammett Stephen Kahn Chris Gray Jeff Goettsch

1987-90 1989-91 1996-97 1992-94 1983-86 1968-71 1992-95 2003-04 1998-01 1986-87

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 511.0Tim Layana 1983-86 2. 447.1Michael Schultz1998-00 3. 427.0Drew Bentz 1974-77 4. 409.0Shawn Hammett 1992-95 5. 372.0Tom Henderson 1973-76 6. 361.2Dave Sehnem 1969-72 7. 360.1Darryl Scott 1987-90 8. 340.1Billy Traber 1998-00 9. 336.0Ben Bonilla 1997-00 10. 332.2Kelly Nicholson1979-82 STRIKEOUTS 1. 405 Tim Layana 1983-86 2. 338 Billy Traber 1998-00 3. 322 Michael Schultz 1998-00 4. 317 Darryl Scott 1987-90 5. 304 Jim Kerker 1966-69 6. 292 Shawn Hammett 1992-95 7. 281 Drew Bentz 1974-77 8. 263 Rod Volk 1971-74 9. 245 Dave Sehnem 1969-72 10. 234 Steve Surico 1987-90 WINNING PCT.(min. 15 decisions) 1. .789 K. Bush (15-4) 1986-89 2. .759 J. Willard (22-7) 1989-91 3. .750 M. Stomp (12-4) 1986 4. .722 M. Jones (13-5) 1987-88 5. .700 J. Caruso (21-9)1989-91 6. .692 B. Felten (18-8) 1998-99 7. .682 C. Spears (15-7)1989-91 8. .667 M.McNary (12-6)1988-89 9. .650 B. Barnett (13-7)1968-70 10t..643 B.Bonilla (27-15)1997-00 10t.643 S.Surico (27-15)1987-90 EARNED RUN AVERAGE (min. 150 innings pitched) 1. 2.71 Jim Kerker 1968-69 2. 2.74 Bill Barnett 1968-70 3. 3.53 Dave Sehnem 1969-72 4. 3.59 John Swanson 1980-81 5. 3.68 Tom Scarlett 1969-72 6. 4.14 K. Nicholson 1979-82 7. 4.15 M. Schultz 1998-00 8. 4.19 Jon Mason 1981-82 9. 4.20 Rod Volk 1971-74 10. 4.22 Darryl Scott 1987-90

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all-timeroster A

Justin Abreu 2000-01-02-03 Bob Adams 1970 Jim Alexander 1987 Rick Allen 1988-89 Tom Allison 1986 Jim Alliston 1971-72-73-74 Anthony Angel 1998-99-00 Phil Angel 1969 Christian Apodaca 1996 Jim Arico 1977 Dave Arnold 1980 Jason Aspito 2000

B

Chuck Baker 1974-75 Steve Balak 1969-70-71 Brian Balo 1996 David Barba 2000-01-02-03 Bill Barnett 1968-69-70 Brian Barton 2001 Steve Bateman 1980 Jim Battle 1983 Brett Beach 1995 Andy Beal 2005 Billy Bean 1983-84-85-86 Jason Beattie 1997 Ryan Beaver 1998-99 Chris Beck 1999 Scott Beck 1985 Joe Bellezo 1989-90 Shawn Bennett 1973-74-75-76 Drew Bentz 1974-75-76-77 Mike Berberet 1979-80 Dan Bergamo 1970 Greg Bergeron 1994 Jim Berriatua 1976-77 Andy Biaggi 1991-93 Joe Blandino 1970-71 Rob Boitano 1984-85 Damien Bonenfant1983-84-85-86 Ben Bonilla 1997-98-99-00 Jeremy Booth 1995 Art Bordley 1973-74 Ken Bowers 1970 Shane Bowers 1990-91-92-93 Josh Bradbury 2005 Miah Bradbury 1987-88-89-90 Bob Branchetti 1978-79 Glenn Brannon 1982-83 Steve Bridgewater 1978-79 Jack Brooks 1998-99-00-01 Bill Brundige 2000-01 Jim Bruske 1986 Butch Bucher 1992-93 Gabriel Bueno 2004-05 Justin Bunkis 2005 Dave Burke 1981-82 Kalani Bush 1986-87-88-89 Tom Button 1989-90 Tim Byrne 1989-90

C

Ulises Cabrera Cary Cadonau Scott Cain Jim Calderon Dave Calvert 58 L M U

1997-98 1992 1985-86 1972-73-74 1973

Brett Campbell 1995-96-97 Christian Campos 2002 Robert Cannon 1986-87-88-89 David Cariker 1977-78-79 Greg Carl 1991-92-93 Mark Carroll 2001-02-03 Matt Carter 2005 Joe Caruso 1989-90-91 Mike Case 1988-89 Colin Casey 1996-97 Paul Casillas 1996-97 John Cassanego 1994-95-96-97 Jack Cassel 1999 Jeff Cecchin 1995-96-97-98 Jeff Ciccarella 1990-91-92-93 Joe Ciccarella 1989-90-91 Brian Clancy 1986-87-88-89 Danny Clay 1981-82 James Clelland 1998-99-00-01 Dave Collard 1981-82-83 Tony Collatos 1990 Andy Collett 1993-94-95 Dan Collins 1979-80 Tim Collins 1976-77-78-79 John Coman 1989 Ed Conlan 1996 Greg Connelly 1989 Adam Cooke 1989 James Cooper 2003-04-05 Mike Coppess 1977-78-79 Pat Corcoran 1975-76 Mario “Moon� Cordero 2000-01 Vincent Cordova 2001-02-03 Othon Corona 2003-04 Matt Cova 2001-02-03-04 Tracy Cowger 1977-78 Benny Craig 1997 Michael Cramer 1979-80 Jackson Creighton 2004 Tom Croal 1980-81 Luciano Cuevas 1995-96 Bill Culver 1982 Seaton Curran 1994

D

Tim Daze` 1969 Darrel Deak 1988-89-90-91 James Dean 1977-78 Bobby DeJardin 1986-87-88 Richard del Rio 1978 Chad Dembisky 1991 Sandor Demosthenes1995-96-97-98 Dennis Desmond 1968-69-70 Vahe Devian 1981-82 Mark DiBenedetti 1980 Vince DiLeva 1994 Billy Dillon 1999 Brandon DiTolla 2003-04-05 Andy Diver 1996 Chris Donnels 1985-86-87 Joe Dottore 1970-71-72-73 Sean Dovel 2005 Randy Dowis 1969 Chad Dreier 1966-67-68-69 Nathan Durham-Hammer2001-02

E

Wayne Eaton Randy Ebersberger

1977 1981

Chuck Eggert Bill Eller Todd Elliot

F

Mark Farrell Eric Farris Blake Feaser Bob Feld Rolan Feld Brian Felten Brian Fenmore Patrick Ferguson Scott Ferguson Joe Ferrante Nathan Ferrari Greg Feuerborn Curt Fiore Brian Fitzgerald Lucas Fitzgerald Mike Fizzolio Robby Foster Matt Francis Jeff Frank Jeff Franklin Mike Franks Carl Fraticelli Joe Frazee Mike Freeman Kevin Fujimoto Evan Fujinaga

1995-96 1969-70 1986-87 1993-94-95-96 2005 2004-05 1968-69 1994 1998-99-00-01 1975-76 2005 1979-80-81-82 1969 1998-99 1998 1996-97-98-99 1992-93-94 1996-97 1977-78-79 1984-85 1985 1974-75 1974-75-76-77 1980-81 1985-86-87-88 2002-03-04-05 1980-81 1996 1998

G

Charlie Galbraith 1999 Chaz Gallagher 2004 Todd Gates 1990-91 Bob Gauci 1980-81 Vince Gaudi 1974 Joe Gehley 1973-74-75-76 Mike Gehrlein 2000 Gary Gemberling 1983 Tony Giunta 1968-69 Michael Glomb 2004-05 Jeff Goettsch 1986-87 Chris Gomez 1990-91 Ed Goodwin 1968 Gregory Gordon 1983 George Gospodinoff1973-74-75-76 Mark Grafitti 1986-87-88-89 Tim Granich 1989 David Grant 1970-71-72 Paul Graves 1988-89-90-91 Ryan Graves 1993-94-95 Chris Gray 1998-99-00-01 Rex Grayner 1989 Bill Green 1981 Rob Green 1996-97 Matt Gruber 2001 John Guggiana 1979-80 Kevin Gustorf 1995-96-97-98 Raul Gutierrez 1996-97

H

Erik Hakanen Bill Haluck Scott Halverstadt Shawn Hammett Damon Hamura John Hans

1985-86 1972 1984-85 1992-93-94-95 1992-93 1980-81-82

Nick Harlambakis Steve Harris Gus Hein Tom Henderson Joseph Hendricks Dan Henry Art Herbig Mark Hermes Elvis Herrera Jonathan Higashi Collin Hinds Robert Hirsh Bill Hodge Ron Hodges Jim Holleran Kevin Hook Ikaika Hoopii Mark Horak Reid Hoshide Marc Howard Kyle Huddy Jason Hueth Bobby Hughes Jack Hughes Jim Hurzeler Mike Hymes

I

Jesse Ibarra Rob Ickes Nick Infantino Brian Intlekofer Chris Intlekofer Chris Ipsen Bill Islava

J

Marc Jannone Dean Jelmini Kevin Jenson Lucas Johnson Paul Joncich David Jones Mike Jones Tracy Jones Frank Judge Lance Junker

1998-99 1977-78-79 1984-85 1973-74-75-76 2002 1975-76 1997 1970 2004-05 2001-02-03-04 1992-93-94 1998-99-00-01 1968-69-70 1985 1983-84-85-86 1998 1993-94-95-96 1978-79 1998-99-00 1990-91 2002-03-04-05 1994-95-96-97 1990 1968 1993 2000 1992-93-94 1990-91-92 1977 1994-95-96 1990-91-92-93 1984-85 1977 1997 1970-71-72-73 2002-04 2002 1982-83 1976-77-78-79 1987-88 1980-81-82 1972-73-74-75 1980

K

Stephen Kahn 2003-04-05 Jeff Kambak 1980-81-82-83 Nathan Keadle 2005 Jim Keating 1971-72-73 Kevin Keenan 1976 Steve Keller 1968-69 Phil Kelly 1969 Jim Kerker 1968-69 Jeff Kimbro 1984 RJ Kirkland 1991-92 Matt Knickrehm 1975-76 Brady Koch 2001-02-03-04 Kerry Konrady 1995-96-97 Tony Kounas 1990 Donny Kretschmar 1985 John Krickl 1976-77-78-79

L

Scott LaFountaine 1998, 2000-01 Mike Lambert 1978 Reggie Lambert 1984-85 A.J. LaMonda 2004-05


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Jay Larson Tim Layana Pat Leaver Dan LeBouf Jason Lefkowitz Brian Leighton Paul Lemire Tom Lewinski Larry Lewis Chad Lindholm Stu Livingstone John Lizarraga Billy Lockin Mike Logelin Dave Long Gabe Lopez Nicholas Lovato Kevin Lovingier Terrell Lowery Ken Lund Todd Lundwall Andy Lynch

M

1977-78 1983-84-85-86 1974-75 1976-77-78 2005 1983-84 1993-94 1984-86 1979 2000-01 1975-76 1982 2001-02-03-04 1968-69-70 1974-75-76 1999 2002 1991 1991 1983-84-85 2002-03 1984

Daniel Macias 2004-05 Mark Madsen 1998-99-00 David Maffei 1999-00-01 Jamie Mah 2003-04-05 Scott Malpasuto 1982-83 Reuben Mandaloniz 1991-92 Mark Margis 1981 Matt Marks 1991-92 Ed Marquez 1996-97 Ernie Martin 1972-73-74 Oscar Martinez 1996-97-98 Jon Mason 1981-82 John Mastandrea 1992-93-94-95 Marion Mauch 1999-00-01 Vince Mauch 1971-72-73 Jim McAnany 1984-85-86-87 Mike McClure 1968-69-70 Chad McDonald 1991 Tim McDonald 1968-69-70-71 Tom McDonald 1971-72-73-74 Clint McGill 2004 Mike McNary 1988-89-90 Jim McNaught 1971-72-73-74 Rick Meaglia 1975-76 Kurt Mears 1987-88 Rick Mediavilla 1990-91 Michael Mellas 1987 Warren Messina 1978-79 Carl Meyer 1969 Brad Meyers 2005 Paul Mikos 1963-64-65-66 Ed Milich 1968 Chris Miller 1992 Kevin Milligan 1991 Kayzell Milton 2000-01 Jacob Minter 1998-99 Eric Minzenberg 1982 Marc Mirizzi 1994-95 Kalalea Montgomery 1996-97 Hector Moreno 1997 Marty Morris 1968-69-70 Joshua Muecke 2001-02-03 Matt Muller 1994-95-96-97 Mike Muno 1983-84 Kyle Mura 2003-04-05 Kevin Murphy 1984 Steve Myhre 1993

N

Greg Nagy 2005 Mahoe Nakanelua 1996-97 Steve Napoli 1968 Anthony Napolitano1991-92-93-94 Ben Navarrette 1968-69-70-71 Mike Navratil 1999 Scott Neill 1987-88 Adrian Nevarez 2003-04-05 Chad Nichols 1990-91-92 Kelly Nicholson 1979-80-81-82 Russ Noah 1971-72-73 Bob Noson 1992 Matt Nutter 1983-84

O

Kevin Obergfell Kevin O’Brien Jim O’Donnell Chad Ohira Paul Okuda Tim Olivarez Jonathan Oller Scott O’Neil Vince O’Neill Jaime Ornelas Pete Oswald Ryan Ott Craig Owens

P

Mark Paredes Tony Parent Bryan Paul Bruce Pawlowski Jeff Payetta Mike Paz Gerardo Perez Tommy Perez Drew Peruzzi Mike Peters Chris Pettit Paul Pettit Ron Pirayoff Matt Plugge Joe Polanski Steve Polk Chris Possemato Willie Price

Q

Will Quaglieri

R

Leland Ratleff Henley Regisford Jeff Reavis Eric Reinholtz Jim Reutz Erik Reyes Ross Richardson Errect Ridley Matt Riordan Paul Ritchie James Rivero David Rodriguez John Rodriguez Vin Rover Rick Ruffinelli

1990 1979 1977 1995-96-97-98 1975 1978 2002-03-04-05 1981 1972-73-74 2000 2000-01 1993-94 1982 1974-75 1970 1991-92 1968-69-70 1982-83 1983 1991-92 1999-00-01-02 1986-87 1992-93-94-95 2003-04-05 1971-72 1997 1992-93-94-95 1981-83 1985-86 1989 1968-69-70-71 2003-04 1978-79 1989-90-91 1982 1986-87 1968 2003-04-05 1992-94 1976-77 1997-98-99 1990-91-92 2001-02 1970 1987-88 1980-81-82 1968

Joe Ruhoff 1970 Kevin Ruiz 1975-76 Marty Rupnick 1981 Ezequiel Ruvalcaba 2003-04-05 Joe Ruzich 1971-72 Dan Ryan 1970-71-72-73 Marty Ryan 1977-78

S

Jim St. Hilaire 1970 Dennis Sandoval 1975 Anthony Santana 2001-02-03-04-05 Frank Sarver 1990 Scott Sarver 2002 Tom Scarlett 1969-70-71-72 Brian Schackelford 1994 Dan Schultz 1980 Michael Schultz 1998-99-00 Skip Schumaker 1999 Darryl Scott 1987-88-89-90 Mike Seal 1992-93-94 Dave Sehnem 1969-70-71-72 Bob Seus 1978-79-80 Dan Seus 1980 Mark Sewald 1980-81-82 Terry Seward 1988 Evan Shahak 2004-05 Rick Sharp 1984 Dave Sharrer 1994-95 Michael Shearer 1980 Bob Sheldon 1969-70-71-72 Mike Sieber 1982-83 Joe Silva 2001-02-03 Enoch Simmons 1986-87-88 Frank Simoncini 1982-83 Mark Skelly 1983-84 Ken Slagle 1977-78 Greg Slate 1981-82 Matt Smith 1989 Sean Smith 2002-03 Greg Soper 1984 Anthony Soto 2003-04-05 Clay Sowder 1992 Don Sparks 1987-88 Chris Spears 1989-90-91 Tim Stagich 1969 Jeff Stevens 2003-04-05 Carl Stoeber 2001-02-03 Mark Stomp 1986 Jerry Stone 1971-72-73 Scott Stout 1981-82 John Straits 1993 William Strickland 1968-69-70-71 Dylan Sugar 1996-97 Darren Sugiyama 1990-91-92-93 Albie Sukut 1994-95 Joe Sulentor 1996-97-98-99 Pat Sullivan 1985 Joe Summers 1988 Steve Surico 1987-88-89-90 John Swanson 1980-81

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Brad Takamori Travis Tarchione Nick Tatro Tony Taylor Tony Tellers Joe Tereschuk Joe Testa Mike Testa

Bob Thomason Dan Thompson Bill Thorney Mark Tillman Chris Toomey Billy Traber Rich Tricarico Todd Tsujimura Ron Tuck Brian Turang Fred Tuttle

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Brian Urata

1979-80 1978 1982-83-84 1988-89-90-91 1996 1998-99-00 1986-88-89 1981-82 1980 1988-89 1986-87 1977-78

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Kevin Van De Brake 1989-90 Rodger Vandenbroek 1980-81 Dave Van Winkle 1986-87 Mark Veronda 1995-96-97 Rod Volk 1971-72-73-74 Walt Von Huene 1968-69-70-71

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Randy Waite 2002-03 Dan Walgren 1984-85-86-87 Brian Walker 1989-90 Jeff Walker 2000-01 Greg Wall 1987-88-89-90 Scott Walter 1998-99-00 Jim Warner 1986 Matt White 2003-04-05 Phil White 1990 Joshua Whitesell 2001-02-03 Mike Whitt 1983-84-85 Chris Wibberley 1971-73-74 Michael Wilhite 2002 Rick Wilkerson 1979-80 Tom Wilkinson 1968-69 Jon Willard 1989-90-91 Danny Williams 1969 Tim Williams 1988-89-90-91 CJ Wilson 2001 Ian Wilson 1998-99-00 Travis Wilson 1993-94-95-96 Joe Wortmann 1974-75-76-77-78 Patrick Wuebben 1994

Y

Corey Yamamoto 2002 Caleb Yamanaka 1993-94 Todd Yasin 1975-76-77-78 Marty Young 1998 Naoi Yuen 1992-93-94 Ryan Yurek 2003

Z

Kris Zacuto Leo Zofrea Ron Zuber

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all-timehonors ALL-AMERICA 1973 Russ Noah, first team (SN) 1973 1985

Jerry Stone, first team (CB) Billy Bean, honorable mention (CB)

1986 1986 1986

Tim Layana, second team (BA,ABCA) Chris Donnels, second team (ABCA) Billy Bean, second team (ABCA)

1987 1989

Chris Donnels, third team (ABCA) Miah Bradbury, third team (BA)

1991

Joe Ciccarella, second team (BA), third team (CB)

1998 1999 1999

Michael Schultz, third team (NCBWA) Curt Fiore, third team (NCBWA) Billy Traber, first team (CB),

2000

honorable mention (NCBWA) Billy Traber, second team (CB)

2000 2002 2004

Scott Walter, third team (CB) Billy Lockin, first team (JSR) Billy Lockin, first team (JSR)

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 1985 Chris Donnels, honorable mention (BA) 1989 Joe Ciccarella, second team (CB) 1990 Chris Gomez, first team (CB), second team (BA) 1990 Bobby Hughes, second team (BA) 1992 Mike Seal, honorable mention (CB) 1994 Marc Mirizzi, first team (CB) 1996 Curt Fiore, first team (CB) 1998 Scott Walter, first team (BA, CB) 1998 Ryan Beaver, honorable mention (CB) 1998 Michael Schultz, first team (CB) 2002 Sean Smith, first team (CB) 2002 Joe Frazee, honorable mention (CB)

TEAM USA MEMBERS

1990

Miah Bradbury, second team

1990 1990

Joe Ciccarella Chris Gomez

1990

Tony Kounas, second team

1991 2000

Chris Gomez Coach Frank Cruz

1990 1991 1991

Darryl Scott, second team Joe Caruso, second team Joe Ciccarella, second team

2004 2004

Coach Frank Cruz Stephen Kahn

ALL-WEST REGION 1998 Michael Schultz, first team

GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1973 Dean Jelmini, first team

2000

1994 1996

WCC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1973 Russ Noah

Anthony Napolitano, second team Sandor Demosthenes, third team

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1993 Anthony Napolitano 1994 1996

Anthony Napolitano Sandor Demosthenes

ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE 1991 Paul Graves 1991 Rick Mediavilla 1992 Anthony Napolitano 1992 Paul Ritchie 1993 Anthony Napolitano 1994 Anthony Napolitano 1995 John Mastandrea 1996 Sandor Demosthenes 1996 Mark Farrell 1997 Sandor Demosthenes 1998 Sandor Demosthenes 2000 Mike Hymes ALL-DISTRICT VIII 1969 Mike Logelin, first team 1971 Mike Logelin, first team 1971 Bob Sheldon, first team 1972 Russ Noah, first team 1972 Bob Sheldon, first team

Anthony Angel, first team

1986 1990

Chris Donnels Miah Bradbury

1991 1998 2000

Joe Ciccarella Scott Walter Anthony Angel

WCC PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1986 Tim Layana 1998 Michael Schultz 2000 Billy Traber 2004 Stephen Kahn WCC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1989 Joe Ciccarella 1990 Chris Gomez 1997 Matt Riordan 1998 Michael Schultz, Scott Walter 2002 Sean Smith WCC COACH OF THE YEAR 1973 Marv Wood 1986 Dave Snow 1990 Chris Smith 1998 Frank Cruz 2000 Frank Cruz 2004

Frank Cruz

1973

Dean Jelmini, first team

1973 1973 1976

Russ Noah, first team Jerry Stone, first team Pat Corcoran, first team

ALL-CONFERENCE 1969 Jim Kerker, first team 1969 Mike Logelin, first team

1976

Dan Henry, first team

1977 1977 1985

Tracy Cowger, first team Mike Fizzolio, first team Billy Bean, first team

1970 1970 1971

1986 1986

Billy Bean, first team Chris Donnels, first team

1986 1986

Tim Layana, first team Carl Fraticelli, second team

1987 1990

Chris Donnels, first team Rick Mediavilla, first team

all-americanlion Russ Noah, the 1973 conference player of the year, went on to be named to the Sporting News’ All-America first team.

Bill Eller, first team Dan Garrett, first team Tim McDonald, first team

1972

Russ Noah, first team

1972 1973 1973

Bob Sheldon, first team Dean Jelmini, first team Russ Noah, first team

1973

Jerry Stone, first team

1973

Rod Volk, first team

1976

Drew Bentz, first team

1976 1976

Pat Corcoran, first team Dan Henry, first team

1977 1977

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Bob Branchetti, first team Tracy Cowger, first team

1991 1992

Jon Willard, honorable mention Anthony Napolitano, first team

1978 1979

David Jones, first team Mike Cramer, first team

1992 1992

Shane Bowers, second team Mike Seal, second team

1980 1981 1981

Bob Gauci, first team Tracy Jones, first team John Swanson, first team

1992 1992 1992

Darren Sugiyama, second team Greg Carl, honorable mention Rob Ickes, honorable mention

1982 1982

Tracy Jones, first team Scott Stout, first team

1992 1992

Matt Marks, honorable mention Chad Nichols, honorable mention

1983 1985

Jeff Payetta, first team Billy Bean, first team

1992 1993

Gerardo Perez, honorable mention Jesse Ibarra, first team

1985 1985 1986

Chris Donnels, first team Reggie Lambert, first team Billy Bean, first team

1993 1993 1993

Anthony Napolitano, first team Mike Peters, first team Andy Biaggi, honorable mention

1986 1986

Chris Donnels, first team Carl Fraticelli, first team

1993 1993

Shane Bowers, honorable mention Jeff Ciccarella, honorable mention

1986 1986 1986 1986 1987

Jim Holleran, first team Tim Layana, first team Jim McAnany, first team Steve Polk, first team Bobby DeJardin, first team

1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989

Chris Donnels, first team Jim McAnany, second team Travis Tarchione, second team Fred Tuttle, second team Miah Bradbury, first team Carl Fraticelli, first team Don Sparks, first team Brian Turang, first team Darryl Scott, second team Travis Tarchione, second team Miah Bradbury, first team Kalani Bush, first team Greg Wall, first team Rick Allen, second team Mike McNary, second team

1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995

Ryan Graves, honorable mention Shawn Hammett, honorable mention Mike Seal, honorable mention Marc Mirizzi, first team Anthony Napolitano, first team Ryan Graves, second team Jesse Ibarra, second team Greg Bergeron, honorable mention Jason Hueth, honorable mention Mike Peters, honorable mention Mike Seal, honorable mention Andy Collett, first team Ikaika Hoopii, second team Jason Hueth, second team

1995 1995 1995 1996 1996

Marc Mirizzi, second team Mike Peters, second team Shawn Hammett, honorable mention Curt Fiore, first team Ikaika Hoopii, first team

1989 1990 1990

Travis Tarchione, second team Miah Bradbury, first team Tony Kounas, first team

1996 1996 1996 1996

Travis Wilson, first team Sandor Demosthenes, second team Jason Hueth, honorable mention Kalalea Montgomery, honorable mention

1990 1990 1990

Rick Mediavilla, first team Darryl Scott, first team Kevin Van De Brake, first team

1996

Chad Ohira, honorable mention

1996

Mark Veronda, honorable mention

1990

Jon Willard, first team

1990 1990 1991

Joe Ciccarella, second team Chris Gomez, second team Joe Caruso, first team

1997 1997 1997

Matt Riordan, first team Joe Sulentor, first team Mark Veronda, first team

1991 1991

Joe Ciccarella, first team Darrel Deak, first team

1997 1997 1997

Ben Bonilla, honorable mention Benny Craig, honorable mention Dylan Sugar, honorable mention

1998

Anthony Angel, first team

1991 1991 1991

Chris Gomez, first team Rick Mediavilla, first team Gerardo Perez, first team

1998 1998 1998

Kevin Hook, first team Michael Schultz, first team Joe Sulentor, first team

1991 1991

Chad Dembisky, second team Mark Tillman, second team

1998

Scott Walter, first team

1998

Matt Riordan, second team

1991 1991

Terrell Lowery, honorable mention Joe Testa, honorable mention

1998 1998

Ryan Beaver, honorable mention Brian Felten, honorable mention

1999

Anthony Angel, first team

1999 1999

Billy Traber, first team Curt Fiore, second team

1999 1999

Matt Riordan, second team Scott Walter, second team

1999

Ben Bonilla, honorable mention

1999 2000

Tommy Perez, honorable mention Anthony Angel, first team

2000 2000 2000

Jason Aspito, first team Billy Traber, first team Scott Walter, first team

2000 2000

Kris Zacuto, first team Ben Bonilla, second team

2000 2001

Jeff Walker, second team Kris Zacuto, first team

2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Billy Lockin, first team Sean Smith, first team Tommy Perez, second team Joe Frazee, second team Jonathan Higashi, honorable mention

2002 2003 2003 2003 2003

Vince Cordova, honorable mention Jonathan Higashi, first team Jon Oller, second team Joshua Whitesell, second team Billy Lockin, honorable mention

2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

Joe Frazee, honorable mention Stephen Kahn, first team Jeff Stevens, second team Clint McGill, second team Joe Frazee, second team James Cooper, honorable mention Kyle Mura, honorable mention Jonathan Higashi, honorable mention Billy Lockin, honorable mention Chris Pettit, first team Jeff Stevens, second team Eric Farris, second team James Cooper, second team Sean Dovel, honorable mention

2005 2005

Joe Frazee, honorable mention Evan Shahak, honorable mention

LEGEND BA Baseball America NCBWA National Collegiate Baseball Writers ABCA

Association American Baseball Coaches

CB SN

Association Collegiate Baseball Sporting News

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MATT MULLER LION AWARD The Matt Muller Lion Award is bestowed upon members of LMU baseball teams whose actions represent the program with pride, dignity and respect. The award was established in 1997 by Head Coach Frank Cruz when he assumed responsibility of the program. Renamed in honor of Matthew John Muller following his tragic and unexpected death on November 10, 1999, the honor is awarded to players who represent the team and the university in the highest regard. The cornerstone of the award circles around hard work, dedication to the sport, competing at the highest possible level, and promoting a team environment. Simply put, a recipient of the Matt Muller Lion Award wears the uniform the way it is expected to be worn.

recipients 1997

Benny Craig, Mark Veronda

1998

Kevin Gustorf, Kevin Hook

1999

Anthony Angel, Billy Traber

2000

Anthony Angel, Billy Traber, Scott Walter

2003

Jonathan Higashi

2004

Billy Lockin, Jonathan Higashi, Will Quaglieri, Matt Cova, Kevin Jenson, Brady Koch, Clint McGill

2005

Jeff Stevens

SEASONAL LEADERS YEAR 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

BATTING AVERAGE Russ Noah (.378) Russ Noah (.399) Tim McDonald (.292) Dan Henry (.305) Pat Cocoran (.387) Mike Fizzolio (.370) Tracy Cowger (.373) Tim Collins (.353) Mike Franks (.320) Mike Franks (.348) Tracy Jones (.391) Jeff Payetta (.389) Bill Thorney (.339) Reggie Lambert (.410) Billy Bean (.355) Travis Tarchione (.377) Don Sparks (.405) Miah Bradbury (.398) Rick Mediavilla (.416) Joe Ciccarella (.435) Anthony Napolitano (.343) Mike Peters (.365) Anthony Napolitano (.344) Marc Mirizzi (.332) Curt Fiore (.348) Joe Sulentor (.369) Scott Walter (.383) Curt Fiore (.366) Jason Aspito (.360) Tommy Perez (.364) Billy Lockin (.371) Jonathan Higashi (.349) Jonathan Higashi (.371) Joe Frazee (.364)

BATTING HOME RUNS Russ Noah (6) Jerry Stone (11) Tim McDonald (6) Pat Corcoran (7) Pat Cocoran (11) Ken Slagle (9) Two with (7) David Jones (10) Mike Berberet (7) Greg Slate (8) Dave Burke (6) Brian Leighton (11) Brian Leighton (16) Two with (8) Chris Donnels (21) Chris Donnels (16) Brian Turang (15) Rick Allen (11) Miah Bradbury (16) Darrel Deak (15) Matt Marks (9) Jesse Ibarra (17) Jesse Ibarra (15) Andy Collett (11) Travis Wilson (11) Benny Craig (17) Anthony Angel (10) Tommy Perez (12) Scott Walter (19) Tommy Perez (11) Tommy Perez (11) Josh Whitesell (15) Jonathan Oller (8) Oller/Pettit (9)

RUNS BATTED IN WINS Russ Noah (42) Rod Volk (4) Jerry Stone (45) Rod Volk (11) Tim McDonald (30) Two with (6) Frank Judge (36) Drew Bentz (9) Pat Corcoran (55) Two with (8) Ken Slagle (52) Three with (5) David Jones (52) Two with (6) David Jones (48) Kelly Nicholson (8) John Guggiana (41) Bob Seus (8) Tracy Jones (48) Two with (8) Vahe Devian (48) Bill Culver (6) Scott Malpasuto (39) Mark Skelly (5) Brian Leighton (67) Tim Layana (7) Billy Bean (67) Two with (8) Chris Donnels (91) Tim Layana (17) Chris Donnels (75) Darryl Scott (8) Don Sparks (79) Steve Surico (12) Rick Allen (60) Kalani Bush (10) Miah Bradbury (66) Jon Willard (13) Darrel Deak (70) Chad Dembisky (12) Darren Sugiyama (42) Chad Nichols (4) Jesse Ibarra (52) Shawn Hammett (7) Jesse Ibarra (47) Ryan Graves (6) Andy Collett (51) Two with (5) Travis Wilson (50) S. Demosthenes (8) Benny Craig (61) Ben Bonilla (7) Scott Walter (67) Michael Schultz (9) Tommy Perez (50) Billy Traber (8) Anthony Angel (78) Billy Traber (10) Tommy Perez (45) Muecke/Clelland (5) Kris Zacuto (48) Vince Cordova (8) Josh Whitesell (47) Vince Cordova (6) Jonathan Higashi (48) Stephen Kahn (7) Chris Pettit (44) Jeff Stevens (7)

PITCHING ERA Tom Scarlett (3.02) Rod Volk (3.84) Rod Volk (3.56) Drew Bentz (3.18) Drew Bentz (3.58) Brian Urata (5.01) Todd Yasin (2.95) Kelly Nicholson (2.39) Kelly Nicholson (3.37) John Swanson (3.49) Jon Mason (3.66) Matt Nutter (4.37) Tim Layana (4.98) Tim Layana (3.12) Jeff Goethsch (3.93) Darryl Scott (4.28) Darryl Scott (3.28) Brian Clancy (2.33) Darryl Scott (3.86) Joe Caruso (3.92) Shane Bowers (5.36) Shane Bowers (4.55) Andy Collett (4.81) Shawn Hammett (3.25) S. Demosthenes (5.11) Jeff Cecchin (5.18) Michael Schultz (5.11) Billy Traber (4.20) Billy Traber (3.17) Chris Gray (3.48) Justin Abreu (5.76) Kyle Huddy (3.81) Stephen Kahn (3.61) Jeff Stevens (3.93)

MINIMUMS • Batting Average - 2.5 at bats per game • Earned Run Average - 1.0 inning pitched per game

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STRIKEOUTS Rod Volk (77) Rod Volk (110) Chris Wibberley (72) Drew Bentz (88) Drew Bentz (108) Drew Bentz (68) Mark Horak (54) Michael Cramer (82) Bob Seus (86) John Swanson (72) Jon Mason (68) Tim Layana (80) Tim Layana (79) Tim Layana (107) Tim Layana (139) Darryl Scott (66) Mike McNary (87) Darryl Scott (99) Darryl Scott (90) Two with (100) Shawn Hammett (52) Shane Bowers (88) Shawn Hammett (71) Shawn Hammett (84) S. Demosthenes (77) Jeff Cecchin (59) Michael Schultz (104) Billy Traber (135) Billy Traber (156) CJ Wilson (72) Josh Muecke (60) Kyle Huddy (84) Stephen Kahn (80) Jeff Stevens (81)


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LMU BASEBALL’S RETIRED JERSEYS

For the first time in the history of LMU Athletics, the jerseys of three former Lion baseball players were retired during the 2000 season. The three individuals, Tim Layana (No. 54), Jerry Stone (No. 10) and Billy Bean (No. 44), not only distinguished themselves as some of the best athletes in the country, but also represented LMU with dignity and pride. A ceremony was held to officially retire the jerseys of these outstanding individuals. Their names, numbers and accomplishments will forever be etched into LMU history.

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54 TIM LAYANA One of the greatest pitchers in LMU history, Tim Layana had his jersey retired during pregame ceremonies prior to LMU’s game against San Francisco on March 11, 2000. Layana’s prowess helped guide the Lions to the College World Series in 1986. A first-team All-WCC pick as a senior, Layana was tabbed the conference Pitcher of the Year and earned first-team AllDistrict VIII honors. Selected a second-team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association following the 1986 campaign, Layana rewrote many of the pitching records in LMU baseball history. His 12 complete games, 17 wins, and 170.2 innings pitched all set new single-season school records which still stand. The career-record holder in innings pitched (511), strikeouts (405), complete games (33), and wins (35), Layana’s marks will be difficult for future LMU players to surpass. Guiding the Lions to their second conference title and second NCAA Regional berth in 1986, Layana, who tragically passed away in an automobile accident on June 25, 1999, completed a fantastic collegiate career and was drafted in 1986 in the third round by the New York Yankees. Inducted into the LMU Athletic Hall of Fame, Layana played professionally with the Yankees, Cincinnati Reds and San Francisco Giants. Although he did not appear on Cincinnati’s roster during its World Series sweep of the Oakland Athletics in 1990, Layana posted a record of 5-3 that year with a 3.49 ERA. He also had two saves in 55 appearances. Layana totaled a 5-5 career record in the majors with two saves in 78 appearances. 10 JERRY STONE A three-year starter for the Lions, Jerry Stone played an integral role in guiding Loyola to its first conference baseball championship in 1973. One of the greatest catchers in school history, Stone had his jersey retired on March 11, 2000, prior to LMU’s game against USF. Stone, a first-team All-WCAC and All-District VIII pick his junior year, also earned first-team AllAmerica accolades issued by Collegiate Baseball. A switch-hitter during the wooden bat era, Stone still ranks as an all-time top-ten statistical leader at LMU in single-season walks (45), while his 106 career walks rank No. 5. He hit above .300 for each of his three seasons with the Lions. One of Stone’s greatest accomplishments included leading the Lions to their first postseason appearance in school history, a berth in the NCAA District VIII playoffs in 1973. He was drafted in the fourth round by the San Diego Padres.

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44 BILLY BEAN Possibly one of the greatest hitters to ever grace the diamond at LMU, Billy Bean had his jersey retired on March 11, 2000, during pregame ceremonies prior to LMU’s game against USF. Bean was one of many great players who helped guide the Lions to the 1986 College World Series. A two-time first-team All-WCC and All-District-VIII pick, Bean earned honorable-mention AllAmerica honors following his junior year by Collegiate Baseball. With an even greater performance his senior year, Bean was tabbed a second-team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association in 1986. Holding a top spot in 20 different statistical categories throughout his career, Bean still ranks second in seven of those categories including at bats (822), runs scored (216), hits (290), RBI (204), triples (16), total bases (449) and walks (150). In 225 career games, Bean’s career average of .353 ranks 10th in the all-time record books. The top record holder in a single season with 84 runs scored and 66 walks, Bean also enjoyed a great professional career as he was picked in the fourth round of the MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers.

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POSTSEASON PLAY POSTSEASON RESULTS

1986 College World Series NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

1988 NCAA Regionals

1989 NCAA Regionals

1990 NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

1998

1986 May May May May May

NCAA West Regional at Los Angeles, CA 22 UC Santa Barbara L 5-11 23 UCLA W 12-10 24 UC Santa Barbara W 14-6 24 Hawaii W 10-6 25 Hawaii W 12-5

1986 May June June

College World Series at Omaha, NE 30 Louisiana State W 4-3 2 Arizona L 5-7 5 Oklahoma State L 5-11

1988 May May May May

NCAA Midwest Regional at Stillwater, OK 27 Arkansas W 8-3 28 Wichita State L 6-10 28 McNeese State W 12-4 29 Oklahoma State L 6-8

1989 May May May May

NCAA West I Regional at Tucson, AZ 26 Oklahoma L 2-5 27 Eastern Kentucky W 9-3 28 Oklahoma W 6-5 28 Arizona L 4-13

NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

1990 NCAA West II Regional at Tempe, AZ May 25 Washington State L 2-13 May 26 Arizona State L 9-11

1999

1998 May May May

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2000 NCAA Regionals WCC Champions 64 L M U

1973 NCAA District 8 Playoffs at Los Angeles, CA May 26 USC L 8-9 May 27 USC L 1-2

NCAA West Regional at Stanford, CA 21 Stanford W 6-2 22 Long Beach State L 9-19 23 Alabama L 5-13

1999 NCAA West Regional at Stanford, CA May 28 Stanford L 2-10 May 29 Nevada L 3-4 2000 May May May

NCAA West Regional at Fullerton, CA 26 Cal State Fullerton W 6-4 27 Southern California L 5-13 27 Cal State Fullerton L 2-5


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1976 27-23, 14-4 WCAC HEAD COACH MARV WOOD 2/14 UC Irvine L 4-5 2/14 UC Irvine W 4-3 2/19 at San Diego State L 4-5 2/20 at San Diego State L 0-4 2/21 at San Diego State W 4-3 2/21 at San Diego State W 5-1 2/24 at CS Dominguez Hills W 4-1 2/27 at Chapman L 0-3 2/28 at USC L 2-4 2/28 at USC W 7-1 3/2 CS Dominguez Hills L 2-4 3/5 Long Beach State W 6-0 3/6 San Diego State L 9-11 3/6 San Diego State L 3-4 3/9 at UCLA W 13-11 3/12 at CS Northridge W 11-8 3/13 CS Northridge L 11-12 3/13 CS Northridge L 1-2 3/15 at USC L 3-5 3/19 at Long Beach State L 0-2 3/20 Eastern Michigan L 5-6 3/20 Eastern Michigan W 4-3 3/21 Cal Poly SLO L 0-5 3/23 at UC Irvine W 6-1 3/26 at CS Los Angeles* W 8-2 3/27 CS Los Angeles* W 12-11 3/27 CS Los Angeles* W 15-9 3/30 at Cal Poly Pomona W 8-4 4/2 at Santa Clara* W 6-2 4/3 at Santa Clara* W 7-3 4/3 at Santa Clara* W 7-5 4/6 at CS Fullerton* L 2-6 4/10 Chapman L 5-18 4/10 Chapman L 5-7 4/12 at UC Santa Barbara W 7-6 4/16 Pepperdine* L 3-5 4/17 at Pepperdine* L 2-6 4/17 at Pepperdine* L 0-1 4/20 Cal Poly Pomona L 5-9 4/23 at San Francisco* W 9-7 4/24 at San Francisco* W 14-0 4/24 at San Francisco* L 5-10 4/27 CS Fullerton L 5-9 4/30 at Nevada-Reno* W 11-6 5/1 at Nevada-Reno* W 13-7 5/4 at Nevada-Reno* W 15-10 5/6 UCLA W 15-6 5/7 Saint Mary's* W 7-6 5/8 Saint Mary's* W 12-11 5/8 Saint Mary's* W 15-5 * West Coast Athletic Conference Game

1977 2/5 2/12 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/21 2/22 2/26 2/26 3/1 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/20 3/22 3/25 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/6 4/8 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/22 4/23 4/25

20-34, 10-14 WCAC HEAD COACH MARV WOOD CS Northridge L 5-10 at USC L 2-8 at USC L 7-10 at Arizona State L 2-4 at Arizona State L 4-9 at Arizona State L 1-10 at Arizona W 8-5 at Arizona L 7-15 at CS Northridge W 8-7 at CS Northridge L 4-7 at UC Riverside W 11-5 UC Santa Barbara* W 7-6 at Pepperdine* L 0-6 UC Riverside L 5-7 UC Irvine L 11-13 at CS Los Angeles* W 4-3 at Chapman W 8-4 at Chapman L 3-5 Arizona L 7-10 Arizona L 6-15 at CS Fullerton* L 5-11 Cal Poly SLO L 1-5 CS Dominguez Hills W 2-1 at CS Dominguez Hills L 3-4 at Long Beach State* L 3-12 at Long Beach State* W 17-5 at Long Beach State* W 8-3 at Cal Poly Pomona W 13-2 UCLA W 8-7 San Diego State* W 5-4 Long Beach State* W 10-6 at UC Irvine L 3-8 at CS Los Angeles* L 6-9 CS Los Angeles* W 8-1 CS Los Angeles* L 0-4 at Santa Clara L 1-6 at Santa Clara W 1-0 Cal Poly Pomona W 16-8

4/27 at UCLA L 4/29 at Pepperdine* L 4/30 Pepperdine* L 4/30 Pepperdine* W 5/3 at UCLA L 5/6 at UC Santa Barbara* W 5/0 Chapman L 5/13 at CS Fullerton* L 5/14 CS Fullerton* L 5/14 CS Fullerton* L 5/16 at UC Santa Barbara* W 5/17 at UC Santa Barbara* L 5/20 San Diego State* L 5/21 at San Diego State* L 5/21 at San Diego State* L * SCBA Game

5-7 4-7 5-15 6-4 4-6 7-3 5-9 3-7 2-6 2-8 12-9 2-13 9-11 3-9 5-9

1978

29-24-1, 16-11-1 SCBA HEAD COACH MARV WOOD CS Dominguez Hills L 4-15 at Northridge W 10-5 at Arizona L 2-4 at Arizona L 2-6 at Arizona L 6-11 Cal Poly Pomona L 3-4 at UC Irvine* W 5-3 CS Los Angeles* W 5-3 Saint Mary's L 4-8 CS Northridge W 5-1 UCLA L 5-10 Chapman L 4-7 Chapman W 6-1 at UC Santa Barbara* L 6-11 Pepperdine* L 11-12 CS Fullerton* L 9-16 at San Diego State* W 17-7 Utah (1) W 9-1 US International (1) W 6-4 Oregon College (1) W 6-0 Pacific (1) L 0-8 Willamette (1) W 17-1 San Diego State (1) L 4-7 US International (1) W 10-3 US International (1) W 2-0 Westmont W 11-5 3/31 Long Beach State* W 11-2 4/1 Long Beach State* W 5-2 4/1 at Long Beach State* W 7-1 4/3 at CS Dominguez Hills W 2-1 4/7 CS Los Angeles* W 4-2 4/8 at CS Los Angeles* W 7-4 4/8 at CS Los Angeles* W 6-3 4/11 at Westmont W 9-0 4/14 at UC Irvine* T 2-2 at Long Beach State* L 6-7 4/18 UCLA L 6-8 4/21 Pepperdine* L 0-7 4/22 at Pepperdine* W 4-0 4/22 at Pepperdine* L 1-4 4/24 UC Riverside L 8-10 4/28 at UC Santa Barbara* W 5-2 4/29 UC Santa Barbara* W 10-3 4/29 UC Santa Barbara* W 7-1 UC Irvine* W 15-5 UC Irvine* L 5-8 5/2 at USC L 2-15 5/5 CS Fullerton* L 3-9 5/6 at CS Fullerton* L 2-10 5/6 at CS Fullerton* L 1-3 5/9 at UC Riverside W 10-4 5/12 at San Diego State* L 3-11 5/13 San Diego State* W 6-4 5/13 San Diego State* W 7-6 * SCBA Game (1) Sun Classic at San Diego, CA (3/20-3/25) 2/7 2/10 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/17 3/18

1979 2/3 2/6 2/9 2/10 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/23 2/26 2/27

29-34, 12-16 SCBA HEAD COACH MARV WOOD Alumni W 15-6 CS Northridge W 9-5 CS Northridge W 22-6 Chapman L 4-11 Chapman L 3-4 All-Stars L 1-3 Cal Poly Pomona W 4-3 UC Riverside W 15-9 San Diego State W 10-4 San Diego State L 3-12 San Diego State L 3-5 USC L 8-11 Cal Poly Pomona W 5-3 USC L 8-11 Arizona W 5-3 Arizona L 10-11

3/2 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/11

CS Dominguez Hills W 13-12 UC Riverside W 5-2 UC Riverside W 3-0 CS Dominguez Hills L 4-6 Santa Clara L 5-11 Santa Clara W 7-6 Gonzaga W 2-1 CS Dominguez Hills (1) L 3-7 US International (1) W 4-3 Oregon College (1) W 5-4 San Diego State (1) L 6-11 So. Cal College (1) W 5-0 San Diego (1) L 2-6 Portland (1) L 1-4 CS Dominguez Hills (1) L 1-3 CS Dominguez Hills (1) W 6-3 3/26 Stanford L 4-5 3/27 CS Fullerton* L 1-2 3/30 Pepperdine* L 2-3 3/31 Pepperdine* L 4-8 3/31 Pepperdine* L 1-2 4/3 San Diego* W 1-0 4/6 Long Beach State* L 1-7 4/7 Long Beach State* L 5-8 4/7 Long Beach State* L 5-6 4/10 Fresno State L 2-10 4/10 Fresno State W 1-0 4/11 UCLA L 3-8 4/17 UC Irvine* W 5-4 4/20 CS Los Angeles* L 1-7 4/21 CS Los Angeles* W 11-1 4/21 CS Los Angeles* L 1-3 4/23 UCLA L 15-17 4/24 Long Beach State* L 4-7 4/27 UC Santa Barbara* W 16-4 4/28 UC Santa Barbara* L 3-4 4/28 UC Santa Barbara* W 6-5 5/1 CS Los Angeles* L 1-2 5/4 UC Irvine* W 4-0 5/5 UC Irvine* W 7-1 5/5 UC Irvine* W 8-4 5/8 Pepperdine* W 3-2 5/11 San Diego* L 4-5 5/12 San Diego* W 4-3 5/12 San Diego* W 8-5 5/15 UC Santa Barbara* L 0-6 5/18 CS Fullerton* L 5-17 5/19 CS Fullerton* L 4-7 5/19 CS Fullerton* W 5-3 * SCBA Game (1) Sun Classic at San Diego, CA (3/18-3/24)

1980 2/5 2/8 2/9 2/12 2/15 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/26 2/27 2/29 3/1 3/1 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/11

26-39, 8-20 SCBA HEAD COACH MARV WOOD at CS Northridge L 1-6 UCLA W 12-4 at USC L 4-10 CS Dominguez Hills L 2-4 San Diego State W 8-2 at San Diego State L 2-5 at San Diego State W 7-6 at San Diego State L 2-6 San Diego State W 3-2 Cal Poly Pomona L 2-8 at Santa Clara L 4-5 at Santa Clara W 6-5 at Santa Clara W 1-0 CS Northridge L 2-9 Chapman L 1-14 Chapman L 0-7 Southern Cal College W 10-1 UC Irvine (1) W 7-3 Long Beach State (1) W 9-0 CS Fullerton (1) W 3-1 UC Santa Barbara (1) L 3-5 Northern Arizona (2) L 2-3 Colorado State (2) L 2-4 Arizona (2) W 8-3 Point Loma Nazarene (2) L 4-5 U.S. International (2) W 10-9 San Diego (2) L 2-9 Oregon Col. of Educ. (2) W 3-2 Portland State (2) W 8-6 at CS Fullerton* L 7-8 CS Fullerton* L 10-11 CS Fullerton* L 1-6 at UCLA L 19-22 at Cal Poly Pomona L 0-3 Fresno State W 3-2 Fresno State L 3-6 Saint Mary’s W 10-8 Saint Mary’s W 11-4 Saint Mary’s W 6-4 at UC Santa Barbara* L 8-9 CS Los Angeles* W 4-3 Pepperdine* W 16-6

4/12 at Pepperdine* L 4/12 at Pepperdine* W 4/15 San Diego* W 4/16 at CS Dominguez Hills L 4/18 at Long Beach State L 4/19 Long Beach State* W 4/19 Long Beach State* L 4/22 UC Irvine* L 4/25 CS Los Angeles* L 4/26 at CS Los Angeles* L 4/26 at CS Los Angeles* L 4/29 at Long Beach State* W 5/2 at UC Santa Barbara* W 5/3 UC Santa Barbara* L 5/3 UC Santa Barbara* L 5/6 at CS Fullerton* L 5/9 UC Irvine* L 5/10 at UC Irvine* L 5/10 at UC Irvine* L 5/13 Pepperdine* L 5/16 San Diego* W 5/17 at San Diego* L 5/17 at San Diego* L * SCBA Game (1) SCBA Tourn., Long Beach, CA (2) Sun Classic at San Diego, CA

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

1981

32-29, 16-11 SCBA HEAD COACH MARV WOOD at CS Northridge W 4-3 at CS Northridge W 9-5 UCLA W 9-3 at Chapman W 5-1 Chapman L 5-6 Chapman W 6-5 Cal Poly Pomona W 12-1 at CS Dominguez Hills L 3-5 USC L 6-18 at USC L 0-1 at USC L 3-10 at Cal Poly Pomona L 2-7 San Diego State L 2-7 at UCLA W 5-1 at Azusa Pacific L 2-3 Azusa Pacific W 8-3 Azusa Pacific W 12-5 CS Dominguez Hills W 9-1 CS Fullerton (1) L 3-6 Pepperdine (1) W 6-2 San Diego (1) W 7-2 3/20 at San Diego State L 3-11 3/21 at San Diego State L 1-11 3/21 at San Diego State W 3-2 3/24 CS Fullerton* L 4-10 3/27 Long Beach State* L 2-3 3/28 at Long Beach State* W 4-3 3/28 at Long Beach State* W 10-7 3/31 at Pepperdine* W 6-5 4/1 Cal Lutheran W 10-4 4/3 at UC Irvine* W 4-3 4/4 UC Irvine* L 9-10 4/4 UC Irvine* W 4-2 4/7 UC Santa Barbara* W 10-7 4/8 UC Riverside L 6-14 4/10 at Pepperdine* L 1-8 4/11 Pepperdine* W 11-5 4/11 Pepperdine* L 0-9 4/14 at CS Los Angeles* W 11-6 4/15 at Chapman L 5-8 4/17 UC Santa Barbara* W 6-5 4/18 at UC Santa Barbara* W 9-14 4/18 at UC Santa Barbara* W 3-1 4/20 at Oral Roberts L 2-6 4/21 at Oral Roberts L 6-7 4/22 at Oklahoma State W 10-7 4/24 at Wichita State L 4-9 4/25 at Wichita State L 9-17 4/25 at Wichita State W 12-4 4/26 at Wichita State L 9-10 4/28 at UC Irvine* L 6-7 5/1 at CS Los Angeles* W 6-4 5/2 CS Los Angeles* L 1-5 5/2 CS Los Angeles* L 2-15 5/5 at San Diego* L 7-8 5/8 San Diego* W 14-7 5/9 San Diego* L 9-10 5/9 San Diego* W 8-7 5/15 CS Fullerton* W 13-6 5/16 at CS Fullerton* W 6-5 5/16 at CS Fullerton* L 3-9 * SCBA Game (1) SCBA Tourn., Long Beach, CA 2/5 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/14 2/14 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/24 2/27 3/3 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/9

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1982

29-34, 12-16 SCBA HEAD COACH MARV WOOD 1/31 Saint Mary’s W 5-3 2/3 at CS Northridge W 6-5 2/4 CS Northridge L 3-8 2/9 at UCLA L 4-6 2/12 San Diego State L 4-12 2/13 San Diego State W 7-6 2/16 at Azusa Pacific W 4-1 2/19 CS Dominguez Hills W 7-2 2/20 Azusa Pacific L 6-12 2/20 Azusa Pacific L 5-8 2/22 Cal Poly Pomona W 8-5 2/24 USC L 2-10 2/26 U.S. International L 1-5 2/27 Cal Lutheran W 9-6 2/27 Cal Lutheran W 4-0 2/28 at Cal Poly Pomona W 8-5 3/1 Chapman W 10-5 3/5 at Southern Cal College W 10-5 3/6 Southern Cal College W 24-1 3/6 Southern Cal College W 3-1 3/9 Utah L 5-12 3/19 at San Diego State W 4-3 3/19 at San Diego State L 3-4 3/20 at San Diego State L 1-6 3/20 at San Diego State L 2-11 3/23 at Long Beach State* L 3-5 3/26 Pepperdine* L 4-5 3/27 at Pepperdine* L 4-8 3/27 at Pepperdine* L 10-14 3/30 at UC Santa Barbara* L 1-4 4/2 at CS Fullerton* L 3-7 4/3 CS Fullerton* W 6-5 4/3 CS Fullerton* W 6-4 4/6 CS Los Angeles* W 8-1 4/7 at CS Dominguez Hills L 8-9 4/9 UC Irvine* L 3-11 4/10 at UC Irvine* W 12-7 4/10 at UC Irvine* L 0-7 4/13 at Fresno State L 1-15 4/13 at Fresno State L 3-9 4/14 at USC W 10-9 4/16 at UNLV L 1-4 4/17 at UNLV L 5-6 4/17 at UNLV W 6-2 4/18 at UNLV L 5-6 4/20 at CS Fullerton* L 5-6 4/23 San Diego* W 9-1 4/24 at San Diego* L 4-5 4/24 at San Diego* W 5-3 4/26 at Chapman W 8-5 4/27 UC Irvine* W 8-2 4/30 at UC Santa Barbara* W 2-1 5/1 UC Santa Barbara* W 3-2 5/1 UC Santa Barbara* L 4-7 5/3 UCLA W 14-7 5/4 San Diego* L 1-5 5/7 at Long Beach State* L 4-6 5/8 Long Beach State* W 10-4 5/8 Long Beach State* W 8-7 5/11 Pepperdine* L 3-10 5/14 CS Los Angeles* L 6-7 5/15 at CS Los Angeles* W 5-4 5/15 at CS Los Angeles* L 8-9 * SCBA Game

1983 2/6 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/21 3/5 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/2 4/4

11-41, 5-23 SCBA HEAD COACH MARV WOOD at USC W 15-7 at San Diego State L 6-7 at San Diego State L 1-4 at San Diego State L 5-11 Santa Clara (1) L 5-10 at Azusa Pacific W 3-1 at CS Dominguez Hills L 1-2 at Azusa Pacific W 8-7 at Azusa Pacific L 3-6 at U.S. International W 6-2 Fresno State L 0-1 Fresno State L 1-4 CS Northridge L 10-18 CS Northridge L 3-8 Cal Poly Pomona L 0-5 at U.S. International L 4-7 at U.S. International W 15-6 CS Fullerton* L 1-5 Northwestern L 3-7 Long Beach State* L 5-8 at Long Beach State* L 3-4 at Long Beach State* L 1-3 at CS Los Angeles* L 4-5 at UCLA L 2-13 at San Diego* W 3-2 San Diego* L 8-9 San Diego* W 6-3 at Cal Poly Pomona L 2-10

66 L M U

4/6 UCLA 4/8 at UNLV 4/9 at UNLV 4/9 at UNLV 4/12 UC Santa Barbara* 4/15 CS Fullerton* 4/16 at CS Fullerton* 4/16 at CS Fullerton* 4/19 at UC Irvine* 4/22 at CS Los Angeles* 4/23 CS Los Angeles* 4/23 CS Los Angeles* 4/26 Long Beach State* 4/29 at Pepperdine* 4/30 Pepperdine* 4/30 Pepperdine* 5/3 at Pepperdine* 5/6 at UC Irvine* 5/7 UC Irvine* 5/7 UC Irvine* 5/10 San Diego* 5/13 UC Santa Barbara* 5/14 at UC Santa Barbara* 5/14 at UC Santa Barbara* * SCBA Game (1) Game played at UCLA

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

10-8 7-8 16-17 12-13 6-10 4-18 5-6 4-9 5-2 9-12 6-1 9-6 2-5 1-6 5-10 2-4 3-8 2-17 6-7 4-7 5-7 8-12 1-2 3-4

1984

23-38, 10-18 SCBA HEAD COACH MARV WOOD 2/10 Fresno State L 5-21 2/11 Fresno State L 5-6 2/11 Fresno State L 8-13 2/14 Azusa Pacific W 11-8 2/15 CS Northridge W 10-8 2/17 San Diego State L 4-7 2/18 San Diego State W 7-5 2/18 San Diego State L 2-13 2/19 Santa Clara W 5-4 2/21 at CS Northridge L 6-7 2/22 Cal Lutheran W 9-7 2/24 at CS Los Angeles W 12-2 2/25 CS Los Angeles W 11-10 2/25 CS Los Angeles W 15-6 2/28 at UCLA L 2-6 3/2 UC Riverside L 8-16 3/3 at UC Riverside W 6-3 3/3 at UC Riverside L 4-5 3/4 USC W 11-4 3/6 UCLA L 5-8 3/9 at Hawaii L 1-5 3/10 at Hawaii L 2-3 3/10 at Hawaii L 5-15 3/11 at Hawaii L 9-11 3/13 Portland L 7-8 3/16 CS Dominguez Hills L 2-3 3/17 Gonzaga W 10-2 3/18 Gonzaga W 5-2 3/20 at Long Beach State* W 12-2 3/23 Pepperdine* L 2-13 3/24 at Pepperdine* L 2-8 3/24 at Pepperdine* L 2-3 3/27 San Diego* W 4-3 3/29 at Cal Poly Pomona L 6-7 3/30 at Chapman L 7-10 4/6 at UNLV* L 6-7 4/6 at UNLV* L 2-3 4/7 at UNLV* L 1-6 4/7 at UNLV* L 5-8 4/10 at USC L 9-10 4/11 Cal Poly Pomona L 0-6 4/13 San Diego* W 9-2 4/14 at San Diego* L 9-15 4/14 at San Diego* W 5-0 4/17 Pepperdine* W 4-3 4/18 at Azusa Pacific W 6-2 4/20 at CS Fullerton* L 9-12 4/21 CS Fullerton* W 7-3 4/21 CS Fullerton* L 3-14 4/24 UC Irvine* W 8-6 4/27 at Long Beach State* L 7-13 4/28 Long Beach State* W 8-7 4/28 Long Beach State* L 9-10 5/1 at CS Fullerton* L 0-6 5/4 at UC Santa Barbara* L 0-6 5/5 UC Santa Barbara* L 3-7 5/5 UC Santa Barbara* W 6-3 5/8 UC Santa Barbara* L 7-8 5/11 UC Irvine* L 1-4 5/12 at UC Irvine* L 4-6 5/12 at UC Irvine* W 10-8 * SCBA Game

1985 2/5 2/6 2/8

27-28, 12-12 WCAC HEAD COACH DAVE SNOW UC Riverside L 7-8 USC L 3-11 at Fresno State L 2-7

2/9 at Fresno State L 2/10 at Fresno State L 2/12 at UCLA L 2/15 at CS Dominguez Hills W 2/16 CS Los Angeles W 2/16 CS Los Angeles W 2/19 UC Santa Barbara L 2/20 at CS Northridge L 2/22 CS Dominguez Hills W 2/24 CS Hayward L 2/26 at CS Angeles W 3/1 at San Diego State W 3/2 at San Diego State W 3/5 at UC Riverside L 3/6 Cal Poly Pomona W 3/10 New Mexico L 3/11 New Mexico W 3/11 New Mexico L 3/15 at Saint Mary’s* L 3/16 at Saint Mary’s* L 3/16 at Saint Mary’s* L 3/18 Oral Roberts W 3/19 CS Northridge W 3/22 at Pepperdine* L 3/23 Pepperdine* W 3/23 Pepperdine* L 3/29 at San Diego* W 3/30 San Diego* W 3/30 San Diego* W 4//1 at CS Fullerton W 4/3 Santa Clara* W 4/4 Santa Clara* W 4//4 Santa Clara* L 4/9 at USC L 4/11 Southern Cal College W 4/14 CS Fullerton L 4/16 UCLA L 4/19 at San Francisco* W 4/20 at San Francisco* L 4/20 at San Francisco* W 4/23 at Long Beach State L 4/26 Pepperdine* L 4/27 at Pepperdine* L 4/27 at Pepperdine* L 4/30 at UC Santa Barbara W 5/1 UC Irvine W 5/3 San Diego* W 5/4 at San Diego* W 5/4 at San Diego* W 5/11 Nevada-Reno* W 5/12 Nevada-Reno* L 5/12 Nevada-Reno* L * West Coast Conference Game

1986 2/2 2/2 2/4 2/8 2/8 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/15 2/17 2/21 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/4 3/7 3/11 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/27 4/1 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/25

0-1 0-1 4-16 6-5 5-4 14-3 8-12 9-10 9-8 5-6 12-1 4-3 6-5 9-10 9-8 0-6 17-0 11-20 2-3 6-9 4-5 8-2 7-1 4-6 7-3 11-13 12-6 7-6 5-4 8-5 16-4 14-2 3-7 6-7 13-7 2-3 3-14 10-7 13-14 13-7 8-16 4-9 1-3 4-9 7-6 15-7 8-3 10-0 4-2 8-4 3-7 5-10

50-15, 19-5 WCAC HEAD COACH DAVE SNOW U.S. International W 11-5 U.S. International W 3-1 at U.S. International W 13-2 CS Los Angeles W 8-2 at CS Los Angeles W 9-1 at CS Los Angeles W 4-0 UCLA W 7-4 at Arizona State W 8-2 at Arizona State L 7-9 at Arizona State W 8-5 Fresno State W 6-5 Long Beach State W 8-3 at Long Beach State W 7-2 UC Irvine L 6-8 San Diego State L 1-12 San Diego State W 4-1 San Diego State L 0-6 at CS Fullerton W 2-1 Cal Poly SLO W 10-4 New Mexico W 23-5 Pepperdine* L 6-13 at Pepperdine* W 4-3 Oral Roberts L 5-11 at Santa Clara* W 14-7 at Santa Clara* W 7-0 at Santa Clara* W 5-0 at UC Irvine W 10-7 Saint Mary’s* W 9-5 Saint Mary’s* W 6-5 Saint Mary’s* W 12-7 at USC W 10-8 at San Diego* W 12-4 at San Diego* W 12-1 at San Diego* W 16-6 UC Santa Barbara W 11-4 Sacramento State W 14-8 Sacramento State L 6-8 Sacramento State W 13-3 at UCLA W 17-9 San Francisco* W 34-11 San Francisco* W 11-1 San Francisco* W 23-9 at Pepperdine* W 10-2

4/25 CS Fullerton W 10-6 4/25 at Pepperdine* L 1-2 4/26 Pepperdine* L 3-4 4/26 Pepperdine* W 14-4 4/28 at UC Santa Barbara W 6-2 4/29 USC L 7-8 5/2 San Diego* W 11-9 5/3 San Diego* W 7-3 5/3 San Diego* W 7-3 5/6 CS Dominguez Hills W 22-10 5/9 at Nevada* L 8-11 5/10 at Nevada* L 1-9 5/10 at Nevada* W 10-8 5/17 Pepperdine (1) W 14-9 5/22 UC Santa Barbara (2) L 5-11 5/23 UCLA (2) W 12-10 5/24 UC Santa Barbara (2) W 14-6 5/24 Hawaii (2) W 10-6 5/25 Hawaii (2) W 12-5 5/30 Louisiana State (3) W 4-3 6/2 Arizona (3) L 5-7 6/5 Oklahoma State (3) L 5-11 * West Coast Conference Game (1) WCC Playoff Game at UCLA (2) N C A A West Regional, Los Angeles, CA (3) College World Series, Omaha, NE

1987

36-21-1, 10-12-1 WCAC HEAD COACH DAVE SNOW 2/3 CS Los Angeles L 5-6 2/3 at CS Los Angeles W 15-5 2/4 Cal Poly SLO W 5-3 2/6 UCLA W 3-2 2/7 at UCLA W 7-6 2/8 UC Irvine W 12-7 2/10 Cal Poly Pomona W 5-3 2/12 at Arizona State W 8-5 2/13 at Arizona State W 4-3 2/14 at Arizona State L 12-13 2/16 at U.S. International W 8-6 2/20 U.S. International W 5-4 2/21 U.S. International W 19-4 2/21 U.S. International W 7-1 2/22 Long Beach State W 15-2 2/27 at Fresno State W 5-3 2/28 at Fresno State L 6-7 3/1 at Fresno State L 1-10 3/3 Portland W 13-8 3/6 at Pepperdine* L 5-6 3/7 Pepperdine* L 1-6 3/7 Pepperdine* L 3-7 3/9 Pacific W 8-4 3/11 at UC Irvine W 19-4 3/14 Santa Clara* L 5-7 3/14 Santa Clara* L 8-9 3/14 Santa Clara* W 7-6 3/17 CS Dominguez Hills L 5-7 3/20 at Saint Mary’s* W 2-1 3/21 at Saint Mary’s* L 4-5 3/24 at Long Beach State W 17-2 3/25 Chapman W 18-10 3/27 San Diego* L 9-10 3/28 San Diego* W 10-6 3/28 San Diego* T 5-5 3/30 CS Fullerton L 4-5 4/3 at Arizona L 7-10 4/4 at Arizona W 15-7 4/5 at Arizona W 16-11 4/7 Fresno State W 7-4 4/8 Fresno State W 10-9 4/10 at San Francisco* W 7-6 4/11 at San Francisco* W 6-0 4/11 at San Francisco* W 13-8 4/14 at USC W 3-2 4/15 UNLV W 17-10 4/20 USC L 2-15 4/21 UC Santa Barbara W 10-4 4/24 Pepperdine* L 7-8 4/25 Pepperdine* L 3-8 4/25 Pepperdine* L 6-7 4/29 UC Santa Barbara L 5-6 5/1 at San Diego* W 9-7 5/2 at San Diego* W 9-0 5/2 at San Diego* L 3-7 5/2 Nevada* L 2-4 5/9 Nevada* W 9-2 5/9 Nevada* W 7-2 * West Coast Conference Game

1988 2/1 2/4 2/5 2/6 2/9 2/10

48-18, 18-6 WCAC HEAD COACH DAVE SNOW CS Los Angeles W at Arizona State L at Arizona State W at Arizona State L UCLA W UC Santa Barbara W

14-3 3-14 18-6 1-7 7-4 4-3


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2006 LMU 2/12 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/23 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/4 3/5 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/17 3/29 3/30 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/29

Texas Tech W 13-8 Texas Tech W 10-5 Texas Tech W 6-0 at UCLA W 9-5 Long Beach State W 9-7 CS Dominguez Hills W 15-8 U.S. International W 12-0 U.S. International W 14-3 UC Irvine W 9-7 at Hawaii W 8-7 at Hawaii W 9-6 at Hawaii L 2-8 Cal Poly SLO W 6-4 Cal Poly SLO W 10-9 at CS Los Angeles L 5-6 Chapman L 5-11 Portland W 14-4 Portland W 5-3 Portland L 2-3 at CS Fullerton L 0-3 at UC Irvine W 15-0 San Francisco* W 15-7 San Francisco* W 12-6 San Francisco* W 18-0 San Francisco* W 5-2 at USC W 4-1 at UC Santa Barbara W 17-4 California W 13-5 California W 13-10 California W 4-3 Nebraska W 15-9 Nebraska W 10-7 at Fresno State L 1-6 at Fresno State L 6-18 at San Diego* W 18-2 at San Diego* W 5-4 at San Diego* W 6-5 at San Diego* W 6-4 USC L 6-10 Saint Mary’s* W 12-7 Saint Mary’s* W 7-3 Saint Mary’s* W 12-6 Saint Mary’s* W 17-0 at Nevada* W 8-3 at Nevada* W 25-5 at Nevada* W 18-9 at Nevada* L 5-10 at Santa Clara* L 6-14 at Santa Clara* L 5-6 at Santa Clara* L 4-8 at Santa Clara* W 16-12 at Long Beach State W 10-0 Pepperdine* L 4-11 Pepperdine* L 2-10 Pepperdine* W 9-3 Pepperdine* W 10-7 Arkansas (1) W 8-3 Wichita State (1) L 6-10 McNeese State (1) W 12-4 Oklahoma State (1) L 6-8 * West Coast Conference Game (1) N C A A Midwest Regional, Stillwater, OK

1989 1/31 2/1 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/14 2/15 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/28 3/3 3/7 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/1

39-24-1, 18-5 WCC HEAD COACH CHRIS SMITH U.S. International W 20-12 UC Irvine T 6-6 at Stanford L 5-6 at Stanford L 4-11 at Stanford L 6-9 USC L 5-7 Long Beach State L 0-9 at California L 5-6 at California L 2-9 at California W 8-0 UCLA W 5-2 CS Fullerton L 6-7 Southern Utah State W 12-4 Southern Utah State W 9-1 Southern Utah State W 9-3 at CS Fullerton L 5-7 Long Beach State L 3-4 at Long Beach State W 4-1 Portland W 4-3 UC Santa Barbara L 8-14 UC Santa Barbara W 20-2 UC Santa Barbara L 11-12 Chapman L 2-5 at UCLA W 14-5 at San Francisco* W 7-2 at San Francisco* L 7-8 at San Francisco* W 6-3 Utah W 5-2 Minnesota W 10-1 Minnesota L 6-7 Fresno State W 6-5 Cal Poly Pomona W 19-9 at U.S. International W 17-7 at U.S. International L 7-8

4/4 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/25 4/28 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/3 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/7 5/26 5/27

at USC L 3-4 San Diego* W 7-6 San Diego* W 10-5 San Diego* W 8-0 San Diego* W 11-1 UC Irvine W 6-3 at UC Irvine L 0-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 11-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 7-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 8-3 at Saint Mary’s* W 11-2 Fresno State W 8-7 Nevada* W 3-2 Nevada* W 7-6 Nevada* W 8-6 Nevada* W 9-2 CS Los Angeles W 8-7 Santa Clara* W 4-2 Santa Clara* W 4-3 Santa Clara* W 8-2 Santa Clara* L 1-6 at Long Beach State W 11-4 at Pepperdine* L 0-3 at Pepperdine* L 4-5 at Pepperdine* L 2-3 at Pepperdine* W 6-3 Oklahoma (1) L 2-5 Eastern Kentucky (1) W 9-3 Oklahoma (1) W 6-5 5/28 Arizona (1) L 4-13 * West Coast Conference Game (1) NCAA West I Regional, Tucson, AZ

1990

45-17, 25-9 WCC HEAD COACH CHRIS SMITH Cal Poly Pomona W 8-4 Chapman L 13-14 UC Irvine W 13-6 at Arizona L 1-2 at Arizona W 5-0 at Arizona L 6-11 South Alabama W 3-0 at Santa Clara* L 9-10 at Santa Clara* W 3-2 at Santa Clara* W 5-3 Pepperdine* W 8-7 Pepperdine* L 3-8 CS Fullerton W 12-10 UCLA L 2-10 San Diego* W 17-7 San Diego* W 6-5 San Diego* W 4-3 at UC Santa Barbara W 7-3 at UC Santa Barbara W 10-9 at UC Santa Barbara W 13-3 at CS Fullerton L 8-9 Pacific W 12-5 Pacific W 9-3 San Francisco* W 9-7 San Francisco* W 9-3 San Francisco* L 9-10 Utah W 16-3 3/20 Wisconsin W 9-3 3/23 at Saint Mary’s* L 2-4 3/24 at Saint Mary’s* W 8-2 3/24 at Saint Mary’s* W 11-9 3/28 California W 4-3 3/30 Nevada* W 17-4 3/30 Nevada* W 14-3 3/31 Nevada* W 6-5 3/31 Nevada* W 3-2 4/3 at USC W 8-6 4/6 Saint Mary’s* W 11-9 4/7 Saint Mary’s* W 14-6 4/7 Saint Mary’s* W 10-9 Pepperdine* L 6-7 4/13 at San Francisco* W 14-9 4/14 at San Francisco* W 7-4 4/14 at San Francisco* W 14-6 4/17 at Long Beach State W 11-10 4/22 at U.S. International W 16-7 4/25 at UCLA W 11-10 4/27 at San Diego* L 1-4 4/28 at San Diego* L 1-2 4/28 at San Diego* W 13-2 5/1 Long Beach State L 0-5 5/4 Santa Clara* W 6-5 5/5 Santa Clara* W 10-2 5/5 Santa Clara* W 15-4 5/13 U.S. International W 10-4 5/13 U.S. International W 10-2 at U.S. International W 15-2 5/18 at Pepperdine* L 3-4 5/19 at Pepperdine* W 7-2 5/19 at Pepperdine* L 0-3 Washington State (1) L 2-13 5/20 Arizona State (1) L 9-11 * West Coast Conference Game (1) NCAA West II Regional, Tempe, AZ 1/25 1/27 1/30 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/5 2/9 2/10 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/20 2/28 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/17

1991

38-22, 25-11 WCC HEAD COACH CHRIS SMITH 1/26 at UC Santa Barbara L 4-8 1/27 at U.S. International W 8-4 1/29 UC Irvine W 11-1 2/1 at Arizona State L 1-9 2/2 at Arizona State L 2-8 2/3 at Arizona State L 12-19 2/6 at UCLA W 7-5 2/8 Nevada* W 11-2 2/9 Nevada* L 5-10 2/9 Nevada* W 19-1 2/12 CS Fullerton W 9-6 2/15 at San Diego* L 1-3 2/16 at San Diego* L 5-6 2/19 UC Santa Barbara W 8-7 2/22 at San Francisco* W 4-2 2/23 at San Francisco* W 5-4 2/23 at San Francisco* W 16-2 3/1 Saint Mary’s* W 9-3 3/2 Saint Mary’s* L 4-7 3/2 Saint Mary’s* W 4-3 3/5 at UC Irvine W 8-2 3/8 Santa Clara* W 6-2 3/9 Santa Clara* W 5-3 3/9 Santa Clara* W 9-7 3/12 USC L 7-8 3/15 at Pepperdine* L 3-4 3/16 at Pepperdine* L 1-5 3/16 at Pepperdine* W 6-3 3/19 Long Beach State L 2-10 3/22 at UNLV L 8-9 3/23 Illinois (1) W 18-2 3/24 Illinois (1) W 9-5 3/26 Hartford W 9-1 3/27 Hartford W 2-1 4/5 at Saint Mary’s* L 8-9 4/6 at Saint Mary’s* L 1-6 4/6 at Saint Mary’s* W 8-6 4/9 at Long Beach State L 9-16 4/12 San Francisco* W 16-7 4/13 San Francisco* W 10-2 4/13 San Francisco* W 10-8 4/16 at Fresno State L 3-4 4/19 San Diego* W 9-7 4/20 San Diego* W 11-5 4/20 San Diego* L 5-6 4/21 San Diego* W 14-3 4/23 at USC L 5-6 4/26 at Santa Clara* W 8-4 4/27 at Santa Clara* W 4-2 4/27 at Santa Clara* W 13-5 4/30 at CS Fullerton W 6-4 5/3 at Nevada* W 24-12 5/4 at Nevada* L 4-5 5/4 at Nevada* W 8-3 5/11 at U.S. International W 13-5 5/12 at U.S. International W 13-3 5/14 at UC Santa Barbara L 9-10 5/17 Pepperdine* W 18-8 5/18 Pepperdine* L 1-3 5/18 Pepperdine* W 10-6 * West Coast Conference Game (1) Played at Las Vegas, NV

1992 1/28 1/31 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/11 2/18 2/25 2/28 2/29 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/10 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/20 3/24 3/27 3/28 3/28

16-36, 10-16 WCC HEAD COACH JODY ROBINSON at UC Irvine L 0-8 Nevada W 12-4 Nevada L 4-5 Nevada L 4-6 at Long Beach St. L 1-15 UC Santa Barbara L 6-10 UC Santa Barbara W 4-1 UC Santa Barbara L 3-6 CS Fullerton L 2-13 Long Beach State W 4-3 UC Irvine W 10-8 San Diego* W 15-13 San Diego* L 4-15 San Diego* W 8-7 at USC L 4-9 UCLA L 3-9 at Saint Mary’s* W 11-9 at Saint Mary’s* L 2-8 at Saint Mary’s*# L 8-11 at Long Beach State W 3-2 Pepperdine* L 4-17 Pepperdine* L 1-7 Pepperdine* L 2-6 Hartford L 6-9 Chapman L 5-9 San Francisco* W 9-8 USC L 2-4 at Santa Clara* L 3-4 at Santa Clara* W 16-8 at Santa Clara* L 4-8

3/31 at Fresno State L 4/3 at San Francisco* L 4/4 at San Francisco* L 4/4 at San Francisco* L 4/5 at San Francisco* L 4/7 Fresno State L 4/8 at CS Northridge L 4/10 Santa Clara* W 4/11 Santa Clara* L 4/11 Santa Clara* L 4/14 at UCLA L 4/16 CS Fullerton W 4/18 at CS Fullerton L 4/18 at CS Fullerton L 4/21 at Chapman L 4/24 Saint Mary’s* W 4/25 Saint Mary’s* W 4/25 Saint Mary’s* W 4/28 Christ College L 5/8 at Pepperdine* L 5/8 at Pepperdine* L 5/9 at Pepperdine* L * West Coast Conference Game # game later forfeited to LMU

2-5 5-10 6-7 0-4 6-13 8-10 3-12 9-6 5-10 9-15 1-9 8-2 2-8 3-11 18-19 8-7 7-5 9-8 4-6 1-6 2-3 2-17

1993

23-33, 14-16 WCC HEAD COACH JODY ROBINSON 1/29 at UC Santa Barbara W 4-3 1/30 at UC Santa Barbara L 7-13 1/31 at UC Santa Barbara W 9-3 2/2 at USC L 3-7 2/5 at Fresno State L 8-9 2/6 at Fresno State L 1-6 2/7 at Fresno State L 3-15 2/9 Chapman W 6-0 2/17 CS Fullerton L 4-12 2/20 CS Northridge L 4-10 2/21 CS Northridge L 0-2 2/21 CS Northridge L 2-7 2/27 Southern Utah W 6-5 2/27 Southern Utah W 6-1 2/28 Southern Utah W 14-3 3/3 UCLA L 10-12 3/7 at San Francisco* L 5-6 3/7 at San Francisco* W 6-4 3/8 at San Francisco* W 7-1 3/9 at USC L 2-6 3/12 Saint Mary’s* W 12-6 3/13 Saint Mary’s* W 4-0 3/13 Saint Mary’s* W 9-4 3/16 USC L 5-8 3/19 at Pepperdine* W 5-0 3/20 at Pepperdine* L 0-4 3/20 at Pepperdine* L 1-2 3/24 at Chapman W 6-5 3/24 at San Diego* L 3-5 3/27 at San Diego* L 0-3 3/28 at San Diego* W 6-2 3/30 at Long Beach State L 7-8 4/2 Santa Clara* W 11-4 4/3 Santa Clara* L 3-8 4/3 Santa Clara* L 5-14 4/6 Long Beach State L 6-9 4/7 CS San Bernardino L 8-18 4/13 at CS Fullerton L 8-14 4/6 San Diego* W 7-4 4/7 San Diego* L 3-8 4/17 San Diego* W 11-3 4/21 Christ College W 7-4 4/23 at Santa Clara* L 8-15 4/24 at Santa Clara* L 4-7 4/24 at Santa Clara* W 3-2 4/27 at CS Dominguez Hills W 14-7 4/30 San Francisco* L 3-5 5/1 San Francisco* W 8-2 5/1 San Francisco* W 10-8 5/9 at Saint Mary’s* L 7-12 5/9 at Saint Mary’s* L 1-5 5/9 at Saint Mary’s* L 5-9 5/10 at UCLA L 5-11 5/12 Pepperdine* L 3-9 5/14 Pepperdine* L 3-14 5/15 Pepperdine* W 9-6 * West Coast Conference Game

1994 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/15 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/22

26-31, 13-17 WCC HEAD COACH JODY ROBINSON Biola W 3-0 CS Fullerton L 8-15 at Hawaii L 8-14 at Hawaii L 3-4 at Hawaii W 7-6 at Hawaii-Hilo W 5-3 at Hawaii-Hilo W 5-1 Portland State W 13-7 Portland State L 4-6 Portland State L 2-7 Long Beach State L 2-5

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BASEBALL

2006 LMU 2/25 UC Santa Barbara W 2/26 UC Santa Barbara L 2/27 UC Santa Barbara L 3/1 USC L 3/4 Pepperdine* L 3/5 Pepperdine* W 3/5 Pepperdine* W 3/8 at Long Beach State L 3/11 at Santa Clara* L 3/12 at Santa Clara* W 3/12 at Santa Clara* L 3/14 Hartford W 3/16 UCLA W 3/18 at San Francisco* W 3/18 at San Francisco* L 3/19 at San Francisco* L 3/23 at USC L 3/24 San Diego* L 3/25 San Diego* W 3/26 San Diego* L 3/29 at CS Northridge W 3/31 at Grand Canyon L 4/1 at Grand Canyon W 4/2 at Grand Canyon L 4/5 San Diego State W 4/8 at Saint Mary's* L 4/9 at Saint Mary's* L 4/9 at Saint Mary's* W 4/12 at CS Fullerton L 4/15 at San Diego* L 4/16 at San Diego* L 4/16 at San Diego* L 4/19 CS Northridge W 4/22 Saint Mary's* W 4/22 Saint Mary's* L 4/23 Saint Mary's* W 4/29 at Pepperdine* L 4/30 at Pepperdine* W 4/30 at Pepperdine* L 5/4 at UCLA W 5/6 San Francisco* W 5/7 San Francisco* W 5/7 San Francisco* W 5/15 Santa Clara* L 5/16 Santa Clara* W 5/16 Santa Clara* L * West Coast Conference Game

1995 1/27 1/28 1/29 2/3 2/4 2/5 2/15 2/10 2/11 2/11 2/15 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/26 2/28 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/21 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/11 4/13 4/15 4/15 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/25 4/28 4/29 4/29

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

22-33, 12-17 WCC HEAD COACH JODY ROBINSON at UNLV W 10-5 at UNLV L 8-11 at UNLV W 9-2 CS Northridge L 4-10 at CS Northridge L 5-6 CS Northridge L 2-10 at USC L 4-13 Southern Utah W 9-2 Southern Utah L 6-7 Southern Utah L 4-12 USC L 1-9 Long Beach State L 5-11 at Arizona State W 8-5 at Arizona State L 2-6 at Arizona State L 3-4 at Long Beach State L 5-14 at San Diego* L 0-8 at San Diego* L 3-4 at San Diego* L 2-3 at UCLA W 4-1 Saint Mary’s* L 5-6 Saint Mary’s* L 6-11 CS Fullerton L 1-18 at Pepperdine* L 0-10 at Pepperdine* L 2-3 at Pepperdine* L 4-5 Dartmouth W 14-10 San Francisco* W 6-5 San Francisco* W 15-12 San Francisco* W 11-5 at Santa Clara* L 0-16 at Santa Clara* L 4-5 at Santa Clara* L 3-13 at CS Fullerton L 5-14 at Saint Mary’s* W 8-6 at Saint Mary’s* W 4-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 3-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 5-2 San Diego State W 9-8 Grand Canyon W 16-7 Grand Canyon L 7-9 Grand Canyon W 7-3 San Diego* L 10-17 San Diego* W 11-2 San Diego* W 17-13 at San Diego State L 4-5 at San Francisco* W 6-4 at San Francisco* W 3-1 at San Francisco* L 6-8

68 L M U

5/3 UCLA W 5/5 Santa Clara* L 5/6 Santa Clara* W 5/6 Santa Clara* L 5/14 Pepperdine* L 5/15 Pepperdine* L * West Coast Conference Game

8-3 3-6 10-6 7-8 0-11 8-16

1996

22-38, 14-14 WCC HEAD COACH JODY ROBINSON 1/26 UC Santa Barbara L 2-12 1/27 at UC Santa Barbara L 2-9 1/30 at USC L 5-11 2/2 at Arizona State L 7-19 2/3 at Arizona State L 2-10 2/4 at Arizona State L 6-11 2/6 Long Beach State L 8-21 2/8 at Grand Canyon (1) L 7-8 2/9 Oklahoma State (1) L 10-20 2/10 New Mexico State (1) W 7-6 2/13 San Diego State L 6-16 2/16 Portland State W 5-1 2/17 Portland State L 3-6 2/18 Portland State L 7-10 2/28 UCLA W 10-7 3/31 at Pepperdine* L 1-7 3/2 at Pepperdine* L 1-5 3/2 at Pepperdine* L 5-6 3/3 at Pepperdine* L 0-6 3/5 at Long Beach State L 3-15 3/7 at Hawaii L 4-10 3/8 at Hawaii L 6-16 3/9 at Hawaii L 4-12 3/11 at Hawaii-Hilo W 8-2 3/12 at Hawaii-Hilo W 10-9 3/13 at Hawaii-Hilo W 10-5 3/19 at CS Fullerton L 2-13 3/20 at CS Northridge L 0-15 3/22 Portland* W 10-5 3/23 Portland* W 15-1 3/24 Portland* W 10-6 3/27 Portland* W 3-0 3/27 USC L 3-13 3/29 at Saint Mary's* L 9-13 3/30 at Saint Mary's* W 8-4 3/30 at Saint Mary's* L 2-5 3/31 at Saint Mary's* W 12-5 4/2 CS Northridge L 4-5 4/8 at UNLV L 7-12 4/9 at UNLV L 8-12 4/10 CS Fullerton L 7-12 4/12 San Francisco* W 10-9 4/13 San Francisco* W 10-7 4/13 San Francisco* W 10-4 4/14 San Francisco* L 2-15 4/17 Cal Poly Pomona W 8-7 4/19 at Gonzaga* W 18-1 4/20 at Gonzaga* W 11-10 4/21 at Gonzaga* L 3-4 4/21 at Gonzaga* W 11-7 4/24 at UCLA L 5-11 4/26 San Diego* W 8-5 4/27 San Diego* L 1-3 4/27 San Diego* W 10-3 4/28 San Diego* L 8-12 4/30 at San Diego State W 13-4 5/3 at Santa Clara* L 2-3 5/4 at Santa Clara* L 6-7 5/5 at Santa Clara* L 0-4 5/5 at Santa Clara* L 5-22 * West Coast Conference Game (1) GCU Dual in the Desert, Phoenix, AZ

1997 1/28 1/31 2/1 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/11

21-39, 11-17 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ at USC L 2-7 at UC Santa Barbara L 3-8 at UC Santa Barbara W 10-9 at UC Santa Barbara L 10-14 San Diego State W 5-4 Biola L 2-6 Sonoma State W 7-6 at UCLA L 1-13 UCLA L 5-10 at UCLA L 4-13 at CS Fullerton W 11-3 Pt. Loma Nazarene (1) W 10-7 Utah (1) L 5-6 Missouri (1) W 11-10 at San Diego State (1) L 4-8 Nevada W 12-10 Nevada L 7-10 Nevada L 5-8 at Long Beach State L 5-7 CS Northridge L 4-5 at CS Northridge L 9-11 Long Beach State L 4-12

3/14 at Hawaii-Hilo L 3/15 at Hawaii-Hilo W 3/15 at Hawaii-Hilo L 3/16 at Hawaii-Hilo W 3/21 Gonzaga* L 3/22 Gonzaga* W 3/22 Gonzaga* L 3/23 Gonzaga* W 3/25 at UNLV L 3/26 at UNLV L 3/29 CS Dominguez Hills L 4/4 at Portland* L 4/5 at Portland* W 4/5 at Portland* W 4/6 at Portland* L 4/9 CS Northridge L 4/11 Santa Clara* L 4/12 Santa Clara* L 4/12 Santa Clara* L 4/13 Santa Clara* L 4/15 USC W 4/18 at San Diego* L 4/19 at San Diego* W 4/19 at San Diego* L 4/20 at San Diego* W 4/23 at CS Northridge L 4/25 Saint Mary's* W 4/26 Saint Mary's* W 4/26 Saint Mary's* W 4/27 Saint Mary's* L 5/2 at San Francisco* L 5/3 at San Francisco* L 5/3 at San Francisco* W 5/4 at San Francisco* L 5/9 Pepperdine* L 5/10 Pepperdine* L 5/10 Pepperdine* L 5/11 Pepperdine* W * West Coast Conference Game (1) San Diego Baseball Classic

1998 1/27 1/30 1/31 2/1 2/3 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/7 3/10 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/31 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/9 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/29 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/3 5/10 5/11 5/11 5/21

1-3 6-2 5-8 9-8 4-10 10-6 5-6 6-2 9-10 8-21 5-9 2-3 10-3 19-11 2-3 10-19 7-15 1-16 3-15 3-6 8-0 0-6 5-1 1-10 5-4 14-23 4-2 4-3 2-1 4-9 9-10 8-9 7-3 5-16 3-19 0-7 6-16 16-7

34-23-1, 21-8 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ at CS Northridge L 10-11 Utah W 15-13 Utah W 17-13 Utah L 8-12 at CS Fullerton L 9-17 Nevada W 5-4 Nevada L 6-12 Nevada W 10-6 CS Dominguez Hills W 22-9 at UC Santa Barbara T 6-6 UC Santa Barbara W 10-7 at UCLA L 4-10 at Hawaii L 3-7 at Hawaii L 2-3 at Hawaii L 1-2 CS Northridge W 12-4 CS Los Angeles L 2-3 CS Los Angeles W 27-3 CS Los Angeles W 16-8 UCLA W 16-8 Gonzaga* W 14-3 Gonzaga* W 8-7 Gonzaga* W 12-5 at USC L 4-6 Santa Clara* W 8-7 Santa Clara* L 0-4 Santa Clara* W 9-4 San Diego* L 9-13 San Diego* L 11-12 San Diego* W 16-8 Long Beach State W 8-3 Portland* W 15-8 Portland* W 7-6 Portland* W 11-10 San Diego State L 15-16 at Pepperdine* L 6-9 at Pepperdine* L 0-5 at Pepperdine* W 5-3 USC W 12-6 at San Francisco* W 11-4 at San Francisco* L 9-10 at San Francisco* W 16-4 at Saint Mary’s* W 7-5 at Long Beach State L 9-1 at Santa Clara* W 4-3 at Santa Clara* W 6-4 at Santa Clara* W 14-6 CS Fullerton L 11-12 Saint Mary’s* W 16-4 Saint Mary’s* L 6-9 Saint Mary’s* W 12-11 Saint Mary’s* W 12-8 at Portland* L 3-4 at Portland* W 20-10 at Portland* W 5-3 Stanford (1) W 6-2

5/22 Long Beach State (1) L 5/23 Alabama (1) L * West Coast Conference Game (1) NCAA Regionals, Stanford, CA

9-19 5-13

1999

33-28, 18-12 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ 2/3 CS Dominguez Hills W 5-2 2/5 Nevada L 2-10 2/6 Nevada L 5-13 2/7 Nevada L 5-7 2/10 USC W 8-5 2/12 UC Santa Barbara L 5-7 2/13 UC Santa Barbara W 15-7 2/14 UC Santa Barbara L 3-11 2/15 Texas Tech W 6-3 2/18 vs Arizona (1) W 15-3 2/19 vs UCLA (1) L 5-6 2/20 vs Oklahoma State (1) L 2-6 2/21 vs Oregon State (1) W 13-4 2/24 Long Beach State L 5-6 2/26 at CS Northridge W 11-7 2/27 CS Northridge W 14-9 2/28 CS Northridge W 5-4 3/2 at UNLV L 4-7 3/3 at UNLV W 20-11 3/6 at San Diego* L 4-5 3/7 at San Diego* W 11-4 3/7 at San Diego* W 5-2 3/9 UCLA L 10-12 3/12 at Santa Clara* W 8-5 3/13 at Santa Clara* W 10-2 3/13 at Santa Clara* W 2-1 3/20 Saint Mary’s* W 5-4 3/21 Saint Mary’s* W 5-1 3/21 Saint Mary’s* L 3-6 3/23 at CS Fullerton L 2-8 3/26 San Francisco* W 8-7 3/27 San Francisco* W 12-5 3/27 San Francisco* L 2-4 4/7 at USC W 9-4 4/11 at Portland* L 1-4 4/11 at Portland* L 3-6 4/13 at UCLA W 7-5 4/17 Pepperdine* W 19-10 4/17 Pepperdine* W 8-6 4/18 Pepperdine* W 6-5 4/21 CS Fullerton L 3-5 4/24 at Gonzaga* W 6-3 4/24 at Gonzaga* L 3-12 4/25 at Gonzaga* L 6-15 4/27 at Long Beach State L 2-4 4/30 Portland* L 4-9 4/30 Portland* L 7-13 5/1 Portland* W 9-2 5/1 Portland* L 9-10 5/9 at Saint Mary’s* W 10-1 5/9 at Saint Mary’s* W 6-1 5/10 at Saint Mary’s* L 1-3 5/12 at CS Northridge W 15-7 5/15 Santa Clara* L 10-11 5/15 Santa Clara* W 6-3 5/16 Santa Clara* W 12-3 5/21 Pepperdine# W 3-2 5/21 at Pepperdine# L 2-18 5/22 Pepperdine# W 7-6 5/28 Stanford (1) L 2-10 5/29 Nevada (1) L 3-4 * West Coast Conference Game # WCC Championship Series Game (1) San Diego Baseball Classic (2) NCAA Regionals, Stanford, CA

2000 2/4 2/5 2/6 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/17

40-19, 22-8 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ at California L 1-2 at California W 9-4 at California W 9-6 USC L 8-9 at UC Santa Barbara W 12-7 UCLA W 5-4 Utah L 3-4 Utah W 4-1 Utah L 2-6 CS Los Angeles W 16-3 Cal Poly W 16-13 Cal Poly W 16-6 CS San Bernardino W 10-4 at UC Santa Barbara W 11-9 at Nevada L 3-4 at Nevada L 0-4 at Nevada W 11-4 San Francisco* W 16-4 San Francisco* W 18-5 San Francisco* W 13-10 Long Beach State L 9-11 at Gonzaga* L 4-5


BASEBALL

2006 LMU 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/22 4/25 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/12 5/13 5/13

at Gonzaga* L 4-19 at Gonzaga* W 8-4 at USC L 3-7 Santa Clara* W 20-4 Santa Clara* W 16-9 Santa Clara* W 6-4 at Fresno State L 5-8 Saint Mary’s* W 30-9 Saint Mary’s* L 7-15 Saint Mary’s* W 11-7 at UCLA W 23-12 at Pepperdine* L 4-5 at Pepperdine* W 3-1 at Pepperdine* W 4-3 CS Fullerton W 11-2 at Portland* L 2-4 at Portland* W 3-2 at Portland* W 8-7 San Diego* W 11-8 San Diego* L 4-6 San Diego* W 8-5 at Long Beach State W 10-4 at San Francisco* W 10-2 at San Francisco* W 9-7 at San Francisco* W 9-6 Gonzaga* W 5-1 Gonzaga* W 12-2 Gonzaga* W 13-8 at UC Santa Barbara W 2-0 at Santa Clara* W 11-1 at Santa Clara* L 2-9 at Santa Clara* L 8-9 Pepperdine# W 19-5 Pepperdine# W 6-2 at CS Fullerton (1) W 6-4 5/27 USC (1) L 5-13 at CS Fullerton (1) L 2-5 * West Coast Conference Game # WCC Championship Series Game (1) NCAA Regionals, Fullerton, CA

2001 1/30 2/2 2/3 2/3 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/12 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/29 5/4 5/6 5/6 5/8 5/11

21-37, 8-22 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ CS Northridge W 7-3 at Hawaii-Hilo W 6-1 at Hawaii-Hilo W 6-4 at Hawaii-Hilo W 12-6 at Hawaii-Hilo W 3-1 at UCLA L 6-10 CS Dominguez Hills W 9-5 Missouri L 7-10 CS Los Angeles W 7-6 at CS Fullerton L 3-5 California L 6-14 California W 9-8 California L 5-8 at USC W 9-1 UC Santa Barbara L 4-10 UC Santa Barbara L 4-15 at Cal Poly W 11-10 at Cal Poly L 3-5 at Cal Poly W 7-5 UCLA L 4-8 Gonzaga* L 7-14 Gonzaga* W 12-5 Gonzaga* L 9-10 at San Diego State L 5-6 at Santa Clara* L 5-6 at Santa Clara* L 5-7 at Santa Clara* L 2-3 San Diego State L 3-11 San Francisco* L 2-5 San Francisco* W 7-2 San Francisco* W 10-9 Long Beach State L 6-13 Portland* W 8-7 Portland* L 2-20 Portland* L 3-11 at Long Beach State L 4-10 at Saint Mary’s * L 6-12 at Saint Mary’s * L 6-9 at Saint Mary’s * L 0-3 CS Northridge L 1-6 Pepperdine* L 5-8 Pepperdine* L 0-11 Pepperdine* L 2-8 CS Fullerton L 5-9 at San Diego * L 2-7 at San Diego* L 5-8 at San Diego* L 1-11 USC W 13-7 Santa Clara* L 6-11 Santa Clara* L 6-15 Santa Clara* L 4-5 at San Francisco* L 2-3 at San Francisco* L 6-7 at San Francisco* W 10-6 at CS Northridge W 12-7 at Gonzaga* W 18-7

5/12 at Gonzaga* W 5/13 at Gonzaga* W * West Coast Conference Game

10-6 6-4

2002

22-34, 12-12 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ 1/31 at UC Santa Barbara W 5-0 2/1 at UC Santa Barbara L 8-4 2/2 at UC Santa Barbara W 7-5 2/5 CS Northridge L 6-5 2/11 UCLA L 7-2 2/15 Oklahoma State L 13-0 2/16 Cal Poly W 17-15 2/17 Cal Poly W 5-4 2/19 CS Fullerton L 7-6 2/22 at Texas L 10-1 2/23 at Texas L 17-3 2/24 at Texas L 8-2 2/26 San Diego State W 6-3 3/1 at Arizona State L 15-2 3/2 at Arizona State L 7-2 3/3 at Arizona State L 10-5 3/5 at UCLA L 10-9 3/8 at Mississippi State L 7-1 3/9 at Mississippi State L 8-5 3/10 at Mississippi State W 3-2 3/13 at CS Fullerton L 6-5 (10) 3/15 Portland* W 12-5 3/16 Portland* L 14-10 3/17 Portland* W 10-6 3/19 USC W 31-7 3/22 San Francisco* W 6-4 3/23 San Francisco* W 11-7 3/24 San Francisco* L 21-25 3/28 at San Diego* L 12-2 3/30 at San Diego* W 5-1 4/1 at San Diego* W 5-2 4/5 at Saint Mary’s* L 12-2 4/6 at Saint Mary’s* L 3-2 4/7 at Saint Mary’s* W 8-2 4/9 at Long Beach State L 5-3 4/12 Pepperdine* L 14-8 4/13 Pepperdine* W 10-9 4/14 Pepperdine* W 7-5 4/16 at USC L 8-4 4/19 at Gonzaga* L 11-2 4/20 at Gonzaga* L 9-1 4/21 at Gonzaga* L 9-1 4/26 Santa Clara* W 14-6 4/27 Santa Clara* L 6-3 4/28 Santa Clara* L 17-1 4/30 Long Beach State L 19-9 5/3 San Diego* W 14-5 5/4 San Diego* L 14-4 5/5 San Diego* L 14-7 5/10 at San Francisco* W 13-4 5/11 at San Francisco* W 7-5 5/12 at San Francisco* L 11-8 5/14 at CS Northridge L 9-6 5/17 at Portland* L 18-10 5/18 at Portland* W 8-5 5/19 at Portland* W 11-5 * West Coast Conference Game

2003 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/26 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/4

22-34, 12-12 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ at California L 4-5 at California L 6-11 at California L 2-4 at Washington L 9-10 at Washington W 5-3 at Washington W 4-3 CS Northridge W 12-4 at Cal Poly W 5-4 at Cal Poly W 11-9 at Cal Poly L 1-3 San Jose State W 9-7 San Jose State W 7-6 San Jose State W 8-7 UCLA W 9-0 UC Santa Barbara L 2-6 UC Santa Barbara L 8-14 UC Santa Barbara W 8-5 at CS Northridge W 9-4 at Portland* W 6-0 at Portland* W 15-5 at Portland* W 14-2 CS Fullerton W 3-2 at San Francisco* L 6-12 at San Francisco* L 4-9 at San Francisco* W 7-5 UC Riverside L 3-5 San Diego* L 4-7 San Diego* L 1-4 San Diego* W 9-2 Long Beach State W 11-6 Saint Mary’s* W 7-3

4/5 Saint Mary’s* W 4/6 Saint Mary’s* W 4/8 CS Fullerton L 4/11 at Pepperdine* L 4/12 at Pepperdine* L 4/13 at Pepperdine* L 4/15 USC L 4/17 Gonzaga* W 4/19 Gonzaga* L 4/19 Gonzaga* L 4/22 Long Beach State L 4/25 at Santa Clara* L 4/26 at Santa Clara* L 4/27 at Santa Clara* L 4/29 at UCLA L 5/2 at San Diego* L 5/4 at San Diego* L 5/4 at San Diego* L 5/9 San Francisco* W 5/10 San Francisco* L 5/11 San Francisco* L 5/13 at USC L 5/16 Portland* W 5/17 Portland* W 5/18 Portland* W * West Coast Conference Game

2004

4-1 12-11 6-22 2-4 4-5 4-5 5-8 7-5 3-4 4-11 5-11 4-6 2-3 4-5 1-7 4-6 2-4 2-11 16-10 7-9 2-6 3-5 14-15 3-1 15-19

32-22-1, 20-7 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ

2/10 UC Riverside W 5-4 2/14 at Baylor W 8-7 2/15 at Baylor L 4-5 2/15 at Baylor L 0-1 2/17 UCLA W 7-3 2/21 New Mexico State W 2-1 2/21 New Mexico State W 8-5 2/24 CS Fullerton W 3-2 2/28 at San Jose State L 2-4 2/28 at San Jose State L 2-10 2/29 at San Jose State W 11-0 3/02 at Fresno State W 14-2 3/05 San Diego* W 5-4 3/06 San Diego* W 10-4 3/07 San Diego* W 9-8 3/09 at UC Santa BarbaraW 11-9 3/12 at Washington L 1-10 3/13 at Washington L 3-6 3/14 at Washington L 5-11 3/16 at UCLA L 5-7 3/19 at San Diego* L 2-11 3/20 at San Diego* W 12-10 3/21 at San Diego* W 10-8 3/22 New Mexico State T 8-8 3/23 at USC L 1-10 3/26 Gonzaga L 3-7 3/27 Gonzaga W 7-5 3/28 Gonzaga W 8-6 3/30 UC Santa Barbara L 7-15 4/02 Saint Mary’s* W 10-5 4/03 Saint Mary’s* W 2-0 4/04 Saint Mary’s* W 4-3 4/06 at UC Riverside L 2-12 4/08 at Portland* L 2-3 4/10 at Portland* L 5-8 4/10 at Portland* W 12-2 4/13 at CS Fullerton L 1-12 4/16 at Santa Clara* W 8-0 4/17 at Santa Clara* L 5-7 4/18 at Santa Clara* W 12-7 4/20 USC W 11-7 4/23 San Francisco* W 6-3 4/24 San Francisco* L 7-10 4/25 San Francisco* W 7-0 4/27 at San Diego State L 4-7 4/30 Pepperdine* W 7-3 5/1 Pepperdine* L 3-4 5/02 Pepperdine* W 12-6 5/09 at Saint Mary's* W 8-6 5/09 at Saint Mary's* W 12-3 5/10 at Saint Mary's* W 10-3 5/11 CS Northridge W 11-10 5/18 at CS Northridge W 13-6 5/28 Pepperdine (1) L 1-5 5/29 Pepperdine (1) L 10-12 * West Coast Conference Game (1) WCC Championship Series

3/1 at Fresno State L 1-14 3/4 at Houston W 7-4 3/5 at Houston L 2-6 3/6 at Houston L 3-8 3/8 at Long Beach State L 4-6 3/11 at UCSB L 17-4 3/12 at UCSB W 4-2 3/13 at UCSB L 0-6 3/15 CS Northridge L 9-11 3/18 San Diego* W 6-4 3/19 San Diego* W 4-3 3/20 San Diego* W 7-3 3/22 at UNLV W 7-6 3/24 at Gonzaga* L 3-10 3/25 at Gonzaga* L 0-3 3/29 USC L 4-12 4/1 at Saint Mary’s* W 8-1 4/2 at Saint Mary’s* L 3-5 4/3 at Saint Mary’s* L 7-12 4/5 at CS Fullerton W 13-6 4/8 Portland* L 2-3 4/9 Portland* W 21-9 4/10 Portland* W 8-4 4/12 UCLA W 4-2 4/15 Santa Clara* L 1-3 4/16 Santa Clara* L 6-18 4/17 Santa Clara W 9-4 4/19 Long Beach State W 10-6 4/22 at San Francisco* L 4-11 4/23 at San Francisco* L 5-8 4/24 at San Francisco* L 5-8 4/26 at USC W 5-3 4/29 at Pepperdine* W 6-4 4/30 at Pepperdine* L 3-5 5/1 at Pepperdine* W 6-4 5/6 Saint Mary’s* W 12-6 5/7 Saint Mary’s* W 6-3 5/8 Saint Mary’s* W 16-14 5/10 at CS Northridge W 10-2 5/13 at San Diego* W 5-3 5/14 at San Diego* W 9-1 5/15 at San Diego* L 0-4 5/17 at UCLA W 6-1 5/20 Gonzaga* W 3-0 5/21 Gonzaga* W 13-6 5/21 Gonzaga* W 10-9 5/22 Gonzaga* W 8-7 5/27 Pepperdine(1) W 7-3 5/28 Pepperdine(1) L 5-7 5/29 Pepperdine(1) L 8-18 * West Coast Conference Game (1) WCC Championship Series

2005 2/12 2/13 2/13 2/15 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/27

31-27, 18-12 WCC HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ California W 9-8 California L 5-8 California L 9-11 CS Fullerton L 2-10 Chapman W 4-3 Utah L 3-5 Utah L 4-8 Utah W 17-8

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arizona wildcats

2006 opponents With a shorter West Coast Conference season in 2006, the Lions will face a longer non-conference schedule full of some of the nation’s top competition.

cal poly mustangs

FEBRUARY 10-12 AT PAGE STADIUM Location ..........................San Luis Obispo, CA Enrollment ............................................18,400 Colors ............................forest green and gold Home field..............................Baggett Stadium 2005 ......................36-20/14-7 Big West (t2nd) Last playoffs ................................................NA Starters R/L ................................................4/5 Newcomers ..................................................17 Series vs. LMU........................LMU leads 11-4 Head Coach ......................................Larry Lee School record......................101-71-2 (3 years) Career record..................561-312-5 (19 years) Assistants ..............................Jerry Weinstein, ..................................................Jesse Zepeda Baseball SID ................................Eric Burdick Email.... ........................eburdick@calpoly.edu SID phone ..................................805-756-6550 SID fax ......................................805-756-2650 Press box ..................................805-756-7456 Website ..................................www.gopoly.com

FEBRUARY 3-5 IN TUCSON, AZ Location..........................................Tucson, AZ Enrollment ............................................35,400 Colors ..................................cardinal and navy Home field.... ................Frank Sancet Stadium 2005 ..........................39-21/17-7 Pac-10 (2nd) Last playoffs ............................................2005 Starters R/L ................................................2/2 Newcomers ..................................................16 Series vs. LMU ......................UofA leads 12-7 Head Coach ..................................Andy Lopez School record......................141-96-1 (5 years) Career record..................828-513-7 (24 years) Assistants......................Andy Diver (LMU ‘96), ..............................................Mark Wasikowski Baseball SID ..................................Matt Rector Email....................mjrector@email.arizona.edu SID phone ..................................520-621-0914 SID fax ......................................520-621-5793 Press box ..................................520-621-4440 Website ..................www.arizonaathletics.com

LMU’s 1986 College World Series team went 4-2 against the opponents on this page, outscoring them 53-37 that season.

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FEB.7 IN IRVINE / MAR.14 AT PAGE Location ............................................Irvine, CA Enrollment ............................................25,000 Colors ........................................blue and gold Home field.... ........................Anteater Ballpark 2005 ......................31-25/10-11 Big West (5th) Last playoffs ............................................2004 Starters R/L ................................................7/7 Newcomers ..................................................18 Series vs. LMU ..................LMU leads 22-13-2 Head Coach ..............................Dave Serrano School record ............................31-25 (1 year) Career record ............................31-25 (1 year) Assistants ..................................Sergio Brown, ............................Greg Bergeron, Chad Baum Baseball SID ................................Fumi Kimura Email......................................fkimura@uci.edu SID phone ..................................949-824-9474 SID fax ......................................949-824-5260 Press box ..................................949-824-9905 Website ..........................www.athletics.uci.edu

hawai’i rainbows

FEBRUARY 17-19 AT PAGE STADIUM Location ........................................Honolulu, HI Enrollment ............................................47,479 Colors ....................................green and white Home field.... ..............Les Murakami Stadium 2005 ............................28-27/15-14 WAC (3rd) Last playoffs ............................................1993 Starters R/L ................................................7/7 Newcomers ..................................................16 Series vs. LMU............................UH leads 9-5 Head Coach ..............................Mike Trapasso School record ......................105-117 (4 years) Career record ......................105-117 (4 years) Assistants ..................................Chad Konishi, ..................................Keith Komeiji, Greg Kish Baseball SID..............................Pakalani Bello Email.... ..........................pakalani@hawaii.edu SID phone ..................................808-956-7506 SID fax ......................................808-956-4470 Press box ..................................808-956-6253 Website....................www.HawaiiAthletics.com

uc riverside highlanders

did you know?

uc irvine anteaters

FEB.21 AT PAGE / MAR.25-6 IN RIVERSIDE Location......................................Riverside, CA Enrollment ............................................17,000 Colors ........................................blue and gold Home field.... ..........Riverside Sports Complex 2005 ......................28-27/11-10 Big West (4th) Last playoffs ............................................2003 Starters R/L ................................................6/3 Newcomers ..................................................14 Series vs. LMU ........................LMU leads 6-5 Head Coach ..................................Doug Smith School record ....................................first year Career record ....................................first year Assistants ..........................Andrew Checketts, ......................Randy Bettlen, Esteran Valencia Baseball SID ..............................Mark Dodson Email.... ........................mark.dodson@ucr.edu SID phone ..................................951-827-4571 SID fax ......................................951-827-5889 Press box ..................................951-827-6415 Website ..........................www.athletics.ucr.edu

did you know? After defeating LSU in its first game at the College World Series, the 1986 squad fell to Arizona 7-5. Arizona went on to win the national title.

san jose state spartans

FEBRUARY 24-26 IN SAN JOSE, CA Location......................................San Jose, CA Enrollment ............................................30,068 Colors ..............................gold, white, and blue Home field.... Municipal Stadium/Blethen Field 2005 ........................28-28-1/13-17 WAC (5th) Last playoffs ............................................2002 Starters R/L ................................................6/3 Newcomers ..................................................18 Series vs. LMU ........................LMU leads 4-2 Head Coach ..................................Sam Piraro School record ................587-443-6 (18 years) Career record..................587-443-6 (18 years) Assistants ................................Doug Thurman, ..............................Dean Madsen, Jason Bugg Baseball SID ....................................Doga Gur Email.... ............................doga.gur@sjsu.edu SID phone ..................................408-924-1211 SID fax ......................................408-924-1291 Press box............408-924-7276/408-924-4290 Website ........................www.sjsuspartans.com


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uc santa barbara gauchos

did you know? After defeating UC Santa Barbara twice during the regular season in 1986, the Gauchos topped the Lions in the first game of the NCAA West Regional. But LMU responded with four straight wins to advance to Omaha, including a convincing 14-6 victory over UCSB.

new mexico state aggies

MARCH 3-5 AT PAGE STADIUM Location..............................Santa Barbara, CA Enrollment ............................................19,500 Colors ........................................blue and gold Home field.... ..........Caesar Uyesaka Stadium 2005 ........................26-30/8-13 Big West (7th) Last playoffs ............................................2001 Starters R/L ..............................................TBD Newcomers ....................................................6 Series vs. LMU ..................LMU leads 42-33-1 Head Coach ............................Bob Brontsema School record ....................322-320 (12 years) Career record ....................322-320 (12 years) Assistants ......................................Tom Myers, ..........................John Kirkgard, Nic Rodriguez Baseball SID ................................Tyler Geivett Email.... ........mediarelations@athletics.ucsb.edu SID phone ..................................805-893-3428 SID fax ......................................805-893-4537 Press box ..................................805-893-4671 Website ......................www.ucsbgauchos.com

MAR.7 AT PAGE / MAY 9 IN LONG BEACH

Location..................................Long Beach, CA Enrollment ............................................34,576 Colors........................................black and gold Home field.... ....................................Blair Field 2005 ......................37-22/14-7 Big West (t2nd) Last playoffs ............................................2005 Starters R/L ................................................4/6 Newcomers ..................................................22 Series vs. LMU....................LBSU leads 42-27 Head Coach ............................Mike Weathers School record ........................157-84 (4 years) Career record..................436-364-2 (15 years) Assistants....................................Troy Buckley, ............................Tim McDonnell, Jon Strauss Baseball SID ....................................Niall Adler Email....................................nadler@csulb.edu SID phone ..................................562-905-7565 SID fax ......................................562-905-1549 Press box ..................................562-433-8605 Website....................www.longbeachstate.com

cal state northridge matadors

MARCH 10-12 IN LAS CRUCES, NM Location ..................................Las Cruces, NM Enrollment ............................................16,428 Colors ..................................crimson and white Home field.... ....................Presley Askew Field 2005 ......................28-29/13-11 Sun Belt (5th) Last playoffs ............................................2003 Starters R/L ................................................6/3 Newcomers ..................................................12 Series vs. LMU ......................LMU leads 3-0-1 Head Coach ..................................Rocky Ward School record ..................185-208-1 (7 years) Career record....................185-208-1 (7 years) Assistants ....................................Brad Dolejsi, ..................Chad Wolff, John Michael Herrera Baseball SID ............................Matt Stephens Email.... ............................matts04@nmsu.edu SID phone ..................................505-646-1805 SID fax ......................................505-646-2425 Press box ..................................505-646-5700 Website......................www.nmstatesports.com

Location ....................................Northridge, CA Enrollment ............................................33,243 Colors ..............................red, white, and black Home field.... ..............................Matador Field 2005 ....................18-36-1/2-19 Big West (8th) Last playoffs ............................................2002 Starters R/L ..............................................14/8 Newcomers ..................................................24 Series vs. LMU ..................CSUN leads 26-23 Head Coach ..............................Steve Rousey School record......................51-116-1 (3 years) Career record ......................51-116-1(3 years) Assistants ................................Grant Hohman, ....................Robert McKinley, Mark Kertenian Baseball SID ..............................Stacie Hunter Email..........................stacie.hunter@csun.edu SID phone ..................................818-677-3243 SID fax ......................................818-677-4950 Press box ..................................818-677-4293 Website ........................www.gomatadors.com

usc trojans

northwestern wildcats

MAR.19 AT PAGE / APR.25 IN LOS ANGELES Location ................................Los Angeles, CA Enrollment ............................................32,000 Colors....................................cardinal and gold Home field.... ............................Dedeaux Field 2005 ..........................41-22/15-9 Pac-10 (3rd) Last playoffs ............................................2005 Starters R/L ................................................7/2 Newcomers ..................................................10 Series vs. LMU ....................USC leads 36-14 Head Coach ..............................Mike Gillespie School record ................738-438-2 (19 years) Career record..................738-438-2 (19 years) Assistants ......................................Dave Lawn, ......................................Andy Nieto, Rob Klein Baseball SID............................Jason Pommier Email.... ..............................pommier@usc.edu SID phone ..................................213-740-3807 SID fax ......................................213-740-7584 Press box ..................................213-748-3449 Website............................www.usctrojans.com

long beach state 49ers

MAR.17-18 IN NORTHRIDGE / MAR.19,MAY 16 AT PAGE

MARCH 23 AT PAGE STADIUM Location........................................Evanston, IL Enrollment ..............................................7,800 Colors ....................................purple and white Home field.... ........................Rocky Miller Park 2005 ..........................26-28/14-18 Big 10 (7th) Last playoffs ................................................NA Starters R/L ................................................7/3 Newcomers ..................................................10 Series vs. LMU............................NU leads 1-0 Head Coach ................................Paul Stevens School record ................474-512-5 (18 years) Career record..................474-512-5 (18 years) Assistants ..................................Tim Stoddard, ..........................................................Ron Klein Baseball SID ..............................Aaron Bongle Email.... ............a-bongle2@northwestern.edu SID phone ..................................847-491-7503 SID fax ......................................847-491-8818 Press box ..................................847-491-4200 Website ............................www.NUsports.com

did you know? LMU’s 1986 College World Series team went 11-2 against the opponents on this page, outscoring them 109-74 that season.

cal state fullerton titans

MAR.28 AT PAGE / APR.18 IN FULLERTON Location ......................................Fullerton, CA Enrollment ............................................35,040 Colors ........................navy, orange, and white Home field.... ............................Goodwin Field 2005 ........................46-18/16-5 Big West (1st) Last playoffs ............................................2005 Starters R/L ................................................5/3 Newcomers ..................................................12 Series vs. LMU......................CSF leads 51-16 Head Coach..............................George Horton School record ..................402-172-1 (9 years) Career record....................402-172-1 (9 years) Assistants ............................Rick Vanderhook, ......................................Jason Gill, Ted Silvon Baseball SID ............................Mike Greenlee Email.... ....................mgreenlee@fullerton.edu SID phone ..................................714-278-3081 SID fax ......................................714-278-3141 Press box ..................................714-278-5327 Website ......................www.fullertontitans.com 2006 BASEBALL 7 1


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pepperdine waves

BASEBALL

saint mary’s gaels

MARCH 31 - APRIL 2 AT PAGE STADIUM Location ..........................................Malibu, CA Enrollment ..............................................8,000 Colors ........................blue, orange, and white Home field.... ................Eddy D. Field Stadium 2005 ....................41-23/21-9 WCC (1st-West) Last playoffs ............................................2005 Starters R/L ..............................................13/4 Newcomers ..................................................10 Series vs. LMU......................PEP leads 77-43 Head Coach ..........................Steve Rodriguez School record ..........................71-55 (2 years) Career record ..........................71-55 (2 years) Assistants ............................Rick Hirtensteiner, ......................................................Sean Kenny Baseball SID ......................................Al Barba Email.... ....................abarba@pepperdine.edu SID phone ..................................310-506-4455 SID fax ......................................310-506-4322 Press box ..................................310-506-4598 Website ................www.pepperdinesports.com

APRIL 7-9 AT PAGE STADIUM Location ........................................Moraga, CA Enrollment ..............................................4,768 Colors ..................................navy blue and red Home field.... ......................Louis Guisto Field 2005 ................20-30/12-18 WCC (4th-Coast) Last playoffs ................................................NA Starters R/L ................................................9/6 Newcomers ..................................................15 Series vs. LMU ....................LMU leads 64-30 Head Coach ....................................Jedd Soto School record ..........................34-71 (2 years) Career record ..........................34-71 (2 years) Assistants ..................................Gabe Zappin, ........................Steve Roberts, Jordan Twohig Baseball SID ............................Ryan Reggiani Email.... ..................rreggian@stmarys-ca.edu SID phone ..................................925-631-4950 SID fax ......................................925-631-4405 Press box ..................................925-376-3906 Website ............................www.smcgaels.com

san diego toreros

santa clara broncos

APRIL 13-15 IN SAN DIEGO Location ....................................San Diego, CA Enrollment ..............................................7,200 Colors ............................blue, navy, and white Home field......................Cunningham Stadium 2005 ............30-27-1/16-14 WCC (2nd-Coast) Last playoffs ............................................2003 Starters R/L ................................................5/9 Newcomers ..................................................17 Series vs. LMU ..................LMU leads 61-51-1 Head Coach ........................................Rich Hill School record ..................203-149-2 (6 years) Career record..................536-369-2 (18 years) Assistants ..............................Michael Kramer, ..................Eric Valenzuela, Chris Cannizzaro Baseball SID ..............................Chris Loucks Email.... ....................................................TBD SID phone ..................................619-260-7930 SID fax ......................................619-260-2990 Press box ..................................619-260-2982 Website ..........................www.usdtoreros.com

APRIL 21-23 AT PAGE STADIUM Location..................................Santa Clara, CA Enrollment ..............................................8,060 Colors ........................................red and white Home field.... ............Stephen Schott Stadium 2005 ..................28-28/11-19 WCC (3rd-West) Last playoffs ............................................1997 Starters R/L ................................................9/5 Newcomers ..................................................12 Series vs. LMU ....................SCU leads 56-49 Head Coach ................................Mark O’Brien School record........................111-113 (4 years) Career record........................111-113 (4 years) Assistants ..................................Mike Oakland, ..................................Mike Zirelli, Matt Mueller Baseball SID ..............................Aaron Juarez Email.... ................................ajuarez@scu.edu SID phone ..................................408-554-4066 SID fax ......................................408-554-6942 Press box ..................................408-554-4752 Website ..............www.santaclarabroncos.com

san francisco dons

MAY 12-14 IN SAN FRANCISCO Location..............................San Francisco, CA Enrollment ............................................14,978 Colors ......................................green and gold Home field.... ......................Benedetti Stadium 2005..................38-18/20-10 WCC (2nd-West) Last playoffs ................................................NA Starters R/L ..............................................14/3 Newcomers ..................................................11 Series vs. LMU ....................LMU leads 61-31 Head Coach ..............................Nino Giarranto School record ......................183-212 (7 years) Career record ......................183-212 (7 years) Assistants ....................................Greg Moore, ..................Troy Nakamura, Dutch Mendenhall Baseball SID..............................Ryan McCrary Email.... ............................mccrary@usfca.edu SID phone ..................................415-422-6162 SID fax ......................................415-422-2929 Press box ..................................415-422-2919 Website................................www.usfdons.com 72 L M U

did you know? In 1986, LMU’s College World Series squad faced West Coast Athletic Conference contests against Pepperdine, Santa Clara, Saint Mary’s, San Diego, San Francisco, and Nevada.

gonzaga bulldogs

APRIL 28-30 AT PAGE STADIUM Location ......................................Spokane, WA Enrollment ..............................................6,108 Colors................................blue, white, and red Home field.... ............................Avista Stadium 2005 ................28-26/15-15 WCC (3rd-Coast) Last playoffs ............................................1981 Starters R/L ............................................18/16 Newcomers ....................................................3 Series vs. LMU ....................LMU leads 26-17 Head Coach ..............................Mark Machtolf School record ..........................52-53 (2 years) Career record ..........................52-53 (2 years) Assistants....................................Gary Van Tol, ..........................Danny Evans, Steve Bennett Baseball SID ..................................Rich Moser Email.... ............moser@athletics.gonzaga.edu SID phone ..................................509-323-5484 SID fax ......................................509-323-5730 Press box ..................................509-279-1005 Website ................................www.gozags.com

portland pilots

did you know? LMU’s 1986 College World Series team finished WCAC play 19-5 and placed seven players on the AllWCAC first-team.

MAY 19-21 IN PORTLAND, OR Location ......................................Portland, OR Enrollment ..............................................3,343 Colors ....................................purple and white Home field.... ............................Joe Etzel Field 2005 ....................17-36/7-23 WCC (4th-West) Last playoffs ............................................1991 Starters R/L ................................................8/1 Newcomers ..................................................10 Series vs. LMU ......................LMU leads 32-5 Head Coach ................................Chris Sperry School record ..................139-283-1 (8 years) Career record....................139-283-1 (8 years) Assistants ......................................Matt Hollod Baseball SID ............................Adam Linnman Email.... ................................linnman@up.edu SID phone ..................................503-943-7731 SID fax ......................................503-943-7242 Press box ..................................503-943-7253 Website ......................www.portlandpilots.com


2006 LMU INTERVIEW SESSIONS To arrange an interview with a coach or player, please contact Alissa Zito, Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations at (310) 338-7638. LIONS’ ALL-ACCESS The broadcast home of LMU baseball will broadcast the entire season at www.LMULions.com. Manny Nunez will have the call as the Lions’ play-by-play announcer. LMU has joined College Sports Online to provide Lions’ All-Access, the improved audio/video network of Lion athletics. Membership in All-Access brings the excitement of the Lions directly to the LMU fan with comprehensive, easy-to-access multimedia coverage. Lions’ All-Access is a continuation of the Lions’ Audio Network, which began in 2003. Since its debut, the audio network has broadcast nearly 400 events, including all men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and baseball games, and selected events for volleyball, soccer, softball, water polo, and cross country. LMU WEBSITE Visit the LMU athletics website at www.LMULions.com for the latest scores and highlights of all Lion athletic events. POST-GAME INTERVIEWS Following a 10-minute “cool-down” period after the end of the game, Head Coach Frank Cruz and requested players will make themselves available to members of the media for interviews. To request coaches/players for postgame, please see Alissa Zito prior to the end of the game. The availability of the visiting team is subject to individual team policy. PRACTICES With few exceptions, LMU practices are open to the media. All inquiries regarding the practice schedule and status of availability should be made through the Media Relations Off i c e . Please notify the Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance to attend a practice. REFERENCE TO LMU When referring to the university, please use its full title, Loyola Marymount University or LMU. Please avoid using “Loyola” or “Marymount” alone. Also, no hyphens should be between Loyola Marymount when spelling out the full name of the university. TICKETS Seating capacity in Page Stadium is 600. Tickets to all home games are available through the LMU Ticket Office at (310) 338-LION. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday, 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. Please contact Karina Handeland for information on group discounts. Tickets for any home game may be purchased at the gate. WEST COAST CONFERENCE Scores, standings, stats, and updates from around the WCC are available at www.wccsports.com. The baseball contact at the WCC is Will Kiss and he can be reached at wkiss@westcoast.org.

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MEDIA OUTLETS ORANGE COUNTY RADIO

KXLU 88.9 FM One LMU Drive Los Angeles, CA 90045 Phone: 310-338-2886 Fax: 310-338-5959

REGISTER 625 North Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 Phone: 714-953-7931 Fax:714-796-6765

LIONS’ ALL-ACCESS Manny Nunez One LMU Drive Los Angeles, CA 90045 Phone: 310-338-7638 Fax: 310-338-2703

PASADENA STAR-NEWS 1210 North Azusa Canyon West Covina, CA 91790 Phone: 626-962-8811 Fax: 626-856-2758

XTRA SPORTS 690/1150 3400 W. Olive, Ste.#550 Burbank, CA 91505 Phone: 818-566-6119 Fax: 818-729-2511

SOUTH BAY DAILY BREEZE 5215 Torrance Boulevard Torrance, CA 90509 Phone: 310-540-4201 Fax: 310-540-3067

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ASSOCIATED PRESS 221 South Figueroa, Ste 300 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Phone: 213-626-1200 Fax: 213-346-0200

ABC 7 500 Circle Seven Drive Glendale, CA 91201 Phone: 818-863-7600 Fax: 818-863-7677

GLENDALE NEWS-PRESS 425 Broadway PO Box 991 Glendale, CA 91204 Phone: 818-637-3200 Fax: 818-241-1975

CBS 2 6121 Sunset Boulevard Hollywood, CA 90028 Phone: 213-460-3252 Fax: 213-460-3337

INLAND VALLEY DAILY BULLETIN 2041 East 4th Street Ontario, CA 91761 Phone: 909-782-7596 Fax: 909-782-6009 LONG BEACH PRESSTELEGRAM 604 Pine Avenue Long Beach, CA 90844 Phone: 562-499-1338 Fax: 562-437-8914 LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS PO Box 4200 Woodland Hills, CA 91365 Phone: 818-713-3610 Fax: 818-713-3436 LOS ANGELES LOYOLAN One LMU Drive Los Angeles, CA 90045 Phone: 310-338-2879 Fax: 310-338-1901 LOS ANGELES TIMES 202 West First Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 Phone: 213-237-7145 Fax: 213-237-7876

FOX 11 1999 South Bundy Drive Los Angeles, CA 90025 Phone: 310-584-2262 Fax: 310-584-2450 FOX SPORTS WEST 1999 South Bundy Drive Los Angeles, CA 90025 Phone: 310-584-2835 Fax: 310-584-2803

KTLA 5 5800 Sunset Boulevard Hollywood, CA 90028 Phone: 213-460-5907 Fax: 213-460-5333 NBC 4 3000 W. Alameda Ave. Burbank, CA 91523 Phone: 818-840-4237 Fax: 818-840-3076 SO. CAL SPORTS REPORT 1111 S. Figueroa St. First Floor, Suite 108 Los Angeles, CA 90016 Phone: 213-763-4642 Fax: 213-763-4633

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BASEBALL AMERICA Phone: 800-845- 2726 Fax: 919-682-2880 Contact: Will Kimmey COLLEGIATE BASEBALL Phone: 520-623-7815 Fax: 520-624-5501 Contact: Lou Pavlovich MEGA SPORTS 50 Rockefeller Center New York, NY 10020 Phone: 800-393-3327 Fax: 212-621-7530 SPORTS TICKER Harborside Financial Center 600 Plaza Two Jersey City, NJ 07311 Phone: 800-367-8935 Scores: 213-687-4400 Fax: 800-336-0383 STATS, INC. 8130 Lehigh Avenue Morton Grove, IL 60053 Phone: 847-583-2162 Fax: 800-357-8525

KCAL 9 5515 Melrose Avenue Hollywood, CA 90038 Phone: 213-960-3848 Fax: 213-469-4979 KCOP 13 915 North LaBrea Los Angeles, CA 90038 Phone: 323-850-2222 Fax: 323-883-9889

USA BASEBALL Phone: 919-474-8721 Fax: 919-474-8822 Contact: Dave Fanucchi

QUICK CONTACT Zito’s Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-7638 Zito’s Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 345-6997 Zito’s Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .azito@lmu.edu Media Relations Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-2703 MEDIA RELATIONS MAILING ADDRESS Athletic Media Relations Office LMU - Gersten Pavilion One LMU Drive Los Angeles, CA 90045-8235 2006 BASEBALL 7 3


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Anthony SOTO OF • 5-8 • JR

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Nik GARCIA 1B-OF • 6-1 • FR

Jason LEFKOWITZ INF • 5-10 • SR

Matt CARTER UT • 5-11 • SO

Brett MENDOZA C • 5-6 • FR

Mike KENNEY RHP • 6-4 • FR

Michael GLOMB SS • 6-0 • SO

Brian WILSON OF-RHP • 6-0 • FR

Adrian NEVAREZ C • 6-4 • JR

Ernie CHO OF-RHP • 5-11 • FR

A.J. LaMONDA INF • 6-0 • JR

Kyle McCORMICK OF • 5-11 • FR

Lee ROBERTS RHP • 5-10 • FR

DeAndre MILLER UT • 5-9 • JR-TR

Eric FARRIS INF • 5-10 • SO

Casey GORDON SS • 6-0 • SR-TR

Elvis HERRERA OF • 6-1 • JR

Sean DOVEL C • 6-1 • SO

Andy BEAL RHP • 6-0 • SO

Kyle MURA 3B-RHP • 6-4 • SR

Blake FEASER RHP • 6-2 • JR

Brandon DITOLLA 3B• 6-1 • JR

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Justin BUNKIS 1B • 6-3 • SO

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Greg NAGY RHP • 5-11 • SO

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Vince BERINGHELE Robbie MOEN Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach

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Ezequiel RUVALCABA RHP • 6-3 • JR

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Adrian Nevarez

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2006 LMU Baseball Record Book