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2008 LMU BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE QUICK FACTS The University

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Head Coach Frank Cruz Cruz’s Office Phone 310-338-2949 Cruz’s E-mail fcruz@lmu.edu Alma Mater/Season Pepperdine ‘83/12th Season Career Record 306-324-3 (11 years) LMU Record 306-324-3 (11 years) Assistant Coach Scott Walter (First Season) Alma Mater LMU ‘00 Assistant Coach Drew Keehn (First Season) Alma Mater Arizona ‘01 Assistant Coach Shane Schumaker (First Season) Alma Mater UNC Greensboro ‘01

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Location Los Angeles, Calif. Founded 1911 Enrollment 8,300 Nickname Lions Colors Crimson and Navy 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


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numerical roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 14 15 16 17 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 32 33 34 35 37 41 42 45 46 13 11 21 29

Name Michael Lowe A.J. LaMonda Michael Glomb Matt Koch T.J. Bernardy Xavier Esquivel Brett Mendoza Jonathan Johnson Andrew Irvine Kyle Spraker Joe Vierra Greg Meyers T.J. Filicia Chris Eusebio Martin Viramontes Sean Dovel Andy Preston Will Dugoni Angelo Songco Ernie Cho Lee Roberts Andy Beal Evan Simonitsch Kevin Hernandez Ryan Wheeler Mike Kenney Russell Lowell Justin Bunkis Nate Keadle Steve Connolly Brett Williams Ollie Enos Jeremy Burrell Frank Cruz Scott Walter Shane Schumaker Drew Keehn

Pos. Ht. OF/RHP 6-0 INF 6-0 SS 6-0 C/DH 6-0 C 5-10 RHP 5-10 C 5-8 2B 5-9 OF 6-2 SS 5-10 OF 6-3 RHP 6-5 INF 5-10 OF/P 5-11 RHP 6-5 C 6-2 1B 6-4 SS 6-1 OF 6-0 OF/RHP 5-11 RHP 5-11 RHP 6-0 OF 6-2 RHP 6-2 3B 6-4 RHP 6-4 LHP 6-0 1B 6-3 RHP 6-1 LHP 6-3 RHP 6-1 UT 6-0 RHP 6-3 Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

ALPHABETICAL roster 27 5 35 46 25 41 20 23 45 6 17 16 3 30 9 8 37 33

Andy Beal T.J. Bernardy Justin Bunkis Jeremy Burrell Ernie Cho Steve Connolly Sean Dovel Will Dugoni Ollie Enos Xavier Esquivel Chris Eusebio T.J. Filicia Michael Glomb Kevin Hernandez Andrew Irvine Jonathan Johnson Nate Keadle Mike Kenney

RHP C 1B RHP OF/RHP LHP C SS UT RHP OF/P INF SS RHP OF 2B RHP RHP

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Yr-Exp. B/T FR-HS R/R SR-RS L/R SR-3V R/R FR-HS R/R JR-1V R-R SO-1V R/R JR-2V R/R FR-HS L/R FR-HS R/R JR-TR R/R FR-HS R/R FR-RS R/R FR-HS R/R FR-HS R/R FR-HS R/R SR-3V R/R SR-TR L/R SO-1V R/R SO-1V L/R JR-2V R/R JR-2V R/R SR-3V R/R FR-HS R/R JR-RS R/R SO-1V L/R JR-2V R/R SO-TR L/L SR-3V R/R SR-3V R/R JR-1V R/L FR-HS R/R JR-TR R/R SO-1V R/R Pepperdine ‘83 LMU ‘00 UNC Greensboro ‘01 Arizona ‘01

Matt Koch A.J. LaMonda Michael Lowe Russell Lowell Brett Mendoza Greg Meyers Andy Preston Lee Roberts Evan Simonitsch Angelo Songco Kyle Spraker Joe Vierra Martin Viramontes Ryan Wheeler Brett Williams



Hometown/Last School Beaverton, OR/Jesuit HS Orange County, CA/Servite HS San Jose, CA/Bellarmine College Prep Manhattan Beach, CA/Mira Costa HS Corona Del Mar, CA/Cosumnes River JC Chino, CA/Don Antonio Lugo HS Rancho Palos Verdes, CA/PV Peninsula Lakewood, CA/Lakewood HS Temecula, CA/Temecula Valley HS Portola, CA/Cal Palmdale, CA/Quartz Hill Yorba Linda, CA/Servite HS San Diego/Torrey Pines HS Walnut, CA/Bishop Amat Memorial HS Fresno, CA/Bullard HS LaMirada, CA/LaMirada HS Hutchinson, KS/Purdue University Fremont, CA/Bellarmine College Prep Granada Hills, CA/Bishop Alemany HS Hacienda Heights, CA/Palm Desert Hermosa Beach, CA/Mira Costa HS Rancho Palos Verdes, CA/Peninsula HS Glendale, CA/St. Francis Moorpark, CA/Moorpark JC Torrance, CA/Torrance HS Carlsbad, CA/Saddleback Junior College Encinitas, CA/Long Beach State Coto De Caza, CA/Santa Margarita HS Huntington Beach, CA/Huntington Beach Santa Clara, CA/Bellarmine College Prep Laguna Niguel, CA/Santa Margarita HS Charlottesville, VA/College of Wooster Hawthorne, CA/Culver City HS 12th Season 1st Season 1st Season 1st Season

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MEDIA INFORMATION & OUTLETS interview sessions

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The broadcast home of LMU baseball will broadcast the entire season at www.LMULions.com. Tyler Geivett and various students will have the call as the Lions’ play-by-play announcers. LMU has joined CSTV to provide Lions’ All-Access, the improved audio/video network of Lion athletics. 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.

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To arrange an interview with a coach or player, please contact Tyler Geivett, Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations at (310) 338-7638.

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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 the media for interviews. To request coaches/players for post-game, please see Tyler Geivett prior to the end of the game. The availability of the visiting team is subject to individual team policy.

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With few exceptions, practices are open to the media. All inquiries regarding the practice schedule and status of availability should be made through the Media Relations Office. Please notify the Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance to attend a practice.

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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.

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Geivett’s Office Phone (310) 338-7638 Geivett’s Cell Phone (310) 345-6997 Geivett’s E-mail tgeivett@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

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Visit the LMU athletics website at www.LMULions.com for the latest scores and highlights of all Lion events.

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2008 SEASON PREVIEW With an experienced and deep infield, the reigning WCC Freshman of the Year roaming the outfield, a strong pitching staff that includes seven upper-classmen arms and key new additions, look for the 2008 LMU baseball team to finish near the top of the heap in the competitive West Coast Conference.

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Squaring-off against some of the toughest competition in 2007, including five games against eventual College World Series participants and 21 games against teams ranked in the Top-25 at some point in the year, LMU (22-33-1, 9-12 in the WCC) had little room for injury and spurts of bad luck. Unfortunately for the Lions, the injury bug struck early and removed a senior leader and four-year starter, A.J. LaMonda. LaMonda recorded only nine at bats during Opening Weekend before breaking his wrist and being forced to the sideline for the remainder of the season. Just as the Lions seemed to find a groove, opening the month of March by winning six of seven games, including a three-game road sweep of Cal Poly and a road series win over No. 28 Tulane, injury riddled yet another key component of the team. Andy Beal, who threw in six of those seven games and compiled a 1-0 record with four saves and a 1.12 ERA as the Lions’ closer, was able to throw in just three more games over the course of the season. This year, LMU looks ready to get back on the winning track through dependence on both experienced and newly acquired hitters as well as the arms of both their returning pitchers and fresh fireballers eager to show their stuff. Expecting to be amongst the best in the competitive West Coast Conference, the Lions look to be in the mix for their first postseason bid since 2000. LMU was once again predicted to finish fourth amongst its WCC opponents, securing that spot in the preseason predictions for the fourth time in the last five seasons. Picked to finish fourth in 2004, Head Coach Frank Cruz led the team to a conference-best 20-7 record and the Coast Division title. His efforts earned him his third career WCC Coach of the Year selection and the top place in the 2005 WCC preseason poll.

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Trying to once again defy the preseason predictions, LMU returns four starters to the field, highlighted by the return of sophomore outfielder, Angelo Songco. A.J. LaMonda, the Lions’ starting first baseman to start the 2007 campaign, returns for a fifth year of eligibility after injury halted his season early last year. Seniors Michael Glomb and Sean Dovel provide leadership in the infield, while newcomers Kyle Spraker and Andy Preston will be called upon immediately to make a difference. On the mound, the Lions return nine pitchers from last year’s staff. Now in his senior year, Andy Beal, junior Mike Kenney and freshman Martin Viramontes are expected to be called upon to provide quality starts for LMU, while many arms, including sophomore Xavier Esquivel and junior Lee Roberts, could potentially see starts throughout the year. When they are not starting, Esquivel and Roberts, along with senior Nate Keadle, juniors Ernie Cho and Steve Connolly, sophomore Jeremy Burrell and a host of first-year Lions, will be summoned to deliver quality innings out of the bullpen. Pitchers Head Coach Frank Cruz and his staff are faced with the task of filling the void left by the draft and/or departure of Brad Meyers, Daniel Macias and Brian Wilson from last year’s rotation. LMU returns only 34 percent of the innings from last year, but the coaching staff is confident that the current team of returning arms and new hurlers are poised to succeed this season. One favorite to get the nod on Friday is Andy Beal, who has been used in variety of situations over his tenure at LMU. Mike Kenney is in the mix to get starts on Saturday after appearing exclusively out of the Lion bullpen just a year ago. Martin Viramontes, who is just one year removed from high

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school, will likely see time as LMU’s third starter and will be expected to immediately contribute quality innings and starts on the hill for the Lions. Praised by his coaches for doing everything they’ve ever asked of him, whether it be to start or come out of the bullpen, it looks as though Andy Beal will be asked to fulfill the former role this season for the Lions. After a stellar season as a freshman in which he compiled a 4-1 record, three saves and 40 punch-outs in 31 relief appearances to the tune of a 3.71 ERA, Beal was entered into the starting rotation for the first time in 2006. The Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. native was called upon 14 times to start a game that season, recording a 5-8 mark with a 5.58 ERA and 66 strikeouts in 90.1 innings of work. Last season, serving as the LMU closer, he appeared in 18 games and collected a 2-1 record with a 7.33 ERA, five saves and 20 strikeouts. Already off to a good start in 2008, Beal was awarded the Outstanding Pitcher honor at this year’s Crimson vs. Navy series. “We are hoping that Beal can stay healthy all year, and we will look to him for guidance and quality starts due to his vast experience and potential at the college level,” Cruz said. Cruz is also expecting big things from Mike Kenney, a junior right-hander who has appeared solely out of the bullpen over his two seasons at LMU. Following a freshman campaign in which he appeared in just two games due to rehabilitation of a previous injury, Kenney appeared in 23 games last year. The native of Carlsbad, Calif. finished the season with a 2-3 record and a 9.88 ERA in 27.1 innings of relief.

The Lions expect immediate results from their hard-throwing, highly touted freshman recruit in Martin Viramontes. The righthander, a 2007 graduate of Bullard High School in Fresno, Calif., earned varsity letters in his sophomore, junior and senior years. Viramontes garnered All-League honors in his junior and senior seasons while earning All-State and All-CIF recognition after his senior campaign. Although it is unclear who will take the mound as the fourth starter in a four-game non-conference series, or as the midweek starter, sophomore Xavier Esquivel, junior Lee Roberts and a host of Lion hurlers could see time in those positions for Cruz. When he is not summoned for starting duties, Esquivel is expected to be one of the strongest arms out of the Lion bullpen in 2008. The hard-throwing right-hander appeared in 28 games last season, four as a starter and 24 out of the Lion bullpen. His 28 appearances were tied for most on the team last season, while his eight games finished placed him second in that category. In all, the native of Chino, Calif. collected a 6.06 ERA over 52 innings of work while striking out 18 batters. In addition, he held opponents to a .270 batting average, tops amongst pitchers with at least 20 innings pitched last year. “Esquivel is coming off a good freshman campaign, and with a full year of experience under his belt, we expect good things this season,” Cruz said. Roberts made 17 appearances, one start, for LMU last season. The Hermosa Beach, Calif. native toted a 1-1 record with a 6.00 ERA in 24 innings pitched. Entering his senior season, Nate Keadle is also expected to be called upon often out of the Lion bullpen. Keadle appeared in a team-high tying 28 games last year for the Lions, consisting of two starts and a team-best 26 relief appearances, while compiling a 3-2 record and a 6.37 ERA over 29.2 innings pitched. Keadle ranked fourth on the team with 26 strikeouts last year, trailing only the weekend starters from last season in Brad Meyers (85), Daniel Macias (51) and Brian Wilson (45). An all-around athlete, Ernie Cho will be asked to contribute both on the mound and in the outfield for the Lions this season. Cho appeared in six games last year for the Lions, turning in 4.1 innings of work. Jeremy Burrell is another right-handed reliever who could see innings out of the bullpen this season. The sophomore from Hawthorne, Calif. made five appearances last year and finished the season with a 6.23 ERA in 4.1 innings of work. Steve Connolly, one of only two left-handed pitchers on the roster, could see time as a left-handed specialist. Connolly made two appearances last season, accumulating two innings of work. After utilizing his redshirt season in 2007, Greg Meyers is ready to begin his official freshman campaign in 2008. Meyers, the younger brother of former LMU standout, Brad, could see time out of the Lion bullpen this year. Along with Viramontes, LMU has some fresh new pitching entering this season with the arrival of freshmen Chris Eusebio and Brett Williams and sophomore transfer Russell Lowell. Eusebio, a 2007 graduate of Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, Calif., will be used as both an outfielder and a pitcher this season. The right-hander earned varsity letters in his junior and senior years, and was a team captain his senior year, while garnering All-League, All-CIF and All-Area recognition last season. At the plate, he batted .378 with a slugging percentage of .610 and an on-base percentage of .433 as a senior. On the mound, he finished the season with a 10-0 pitching record and a 1.70 ERA en route to guiding his team to the CIF Division 5 championship and the Del Rey League Most Valuable Pitcher award. Lowell transferred to LMU from perennial baseball powerhouse, Long Beach State, after making one appearance for the Dirtbags in 2007. As one of only two left-handers on the staff, Lowell could see quality innings when a southpaw is needed out of the bullpen.

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According to Cruz, “Kenney had a great summer and we are hoping and expecting him to carry it over into the spring. Our team has experience in the field, and a major part of our success will rely on the pitching being able to step up.”


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Catchers In 2008, the Lions will have four different players competing for time behind the dish. Of those four, two (senior Sean Dovel and junior T.J. Bernardy) are returning. Ollie Enos, a junior transfer from The College of Wooster, and freshman Matt Koch round out the rest of the Lion backstops. “The catching position is very deep for us this season,” Cruz said. “In addition, each player is very versatile, which allows for the possibility of being able to fit a few of our ‘catchers’ in the lineup at different positions.” Senior Sean Dovel started 55 of LMU’s 56 games last season, batting .244 with 22 runs scored, 12 doubles, a triple and a team-leading six home runs. The native of LaMirada, Calif. collected 28 RBI and 11 multi-hit games, including two four-hit games, last season. In addition, Dovel ranked second in doubles (12), third in RBI (28) and total bases (83), and fifth in slugging percentage (.397), hits (51) and runs scored (22) last year.

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Junior T.J. Bernardy (Corona Del Mar, Calif.) was named 2007 LMU Baseball Newcomer of the Year after starting 17 of LMU’s 21 WCC games and batting .250 over that span. His seven RBI in conference play ranked fourth on the Lions, while he finished the season batting .233 overall with 12 RBI and six doubles. Junior transfer Ollie Enos and freshman Matt Koch will also look for innings calling pitches this season. Enos batted .360 with 11 doubles, one triple, a home run, 34 RBI, a .467 slugging percentage, a .419 onbase percentage and eight stolen bases as a sophomore at The College of Wooster before being named first-team All-Conference in 2007. In 2006, he batted .352 and garnered All-Conference honorable mention recognition after finishing with 14 doubles, two triples, two home runs, 34 RBI, a .517 slugging percentage, a .424 on-base percentage and 10 stolen bases. “Enos is a very good transfer for us in that he can play all over,” Cruz remarked. “He is a solid, all-around addition who has really opened eyes so far at LMU and proven that he fits in as a ‘team player’ on the squad.” Koch, the younger brother of former Lion player and coach, Brady, completed a standout high school career at Mira Costa High School in 2007. A team captain as a senior, Koch was a two-time All-Area selection, two-time All-League selection and two-time All-CIF selection in high school. In addition, the 6’0” backstop earned All-State honors as a junior. Junior Brett Mendoza, who is listed as a catcher and could see time at a variety of positions in 2008, played in 37 games and batted .286 overall and .353 in WCC play last year. The native of Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. had a pinch-hit walk-off single to beat Cal State Northridge, 9-8, on March 6. About the options at the catching position, Cruz explained “the catchers this season each bring a little something unique to the table, and each one offers a big upside. Dovel has been hitting very well so far this year and he seems to have the best bat. Bernardy is a solid backstop who is often considered the best receiver of the group. When he is behind the dish, Enos has the strongest arm, while Koch has shown spurts of power at the plate.”

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Infield With experience and depth at each position, the Lion infield should prove to be a strength of the team in 2008. “Right now there are good battles for the starting jobs at shortstop and first base. All players involved provide tremendous advantages, and no one player has the job locked-up for the season,” Cruz said. A four-year player for the Lions at both shortstop and third base, Michael Glomb will likely be called upon to play at various positions again in 2008. In a battle for the starting shortstop position in 2008, Glomb finished the 2007 season batting .283 with seven doubles, two triples, a home run and 20 RBI. He posted a career-high and team-high 12-game hitting streak last season while recording two three-hit games. The team leader with 11 hitby-pitches, his .283 batting average placed him fourth on the squad amongst players with 100 at bats, while he also ranked third in triples (2), fourth in hits (56) and runs scored (25), and fifth in doubles (7) and total bases (70). Glomb also batted .286 in conference play last season, which was good for third on the team over that span.

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Freshman Jonathan Johnson is the early favorite to start at second base this year. Johnson was a three-time team captain and two-time All-League selection for Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Calif. In his senior season, he batted .446 with one home run, 16 RBI, a .524 on-base percentage, nine triples and 37 runs scored. Proving himself worthy of a starting spot this season, Johnson was named MVP of the Crimson vs. Navy series earlier this year. “Johnson is a complete player who we are extremely happy to have in our program,” Cruz said. “He is a very smart player who knows the game, and as a freshman, he is well beyond his years in terms of baseball knowledge.” A duo of transfers, junior Kyle Spraker (Cal) and senior Andy Preston (Purdue), are currently battling for starting spots at shortstop and first base, respectively. Both experienced players at the Division I level, both will likely see a fair amount of playing time this season. Spraker is a quality transfer who redshirted last season for Cal. In 2006, he had 18 starts at second base and five starts at shortstop, batting .164 with a double and three RBI. As a freshman in 2005, Spraker batted .221 with six doubles, three home runs and 15 RBI while making only seven errors in 182 chances (.962 fielding percentage) and turning 31 double plays. Preston batted .267 with three home runs, four doubles and 16 RBI in 33 games last season for Purdue. The 6’4” left-handed hitter spent the summer playing for the Santa Barbara Foresters of the California Collegiate League, where he batted .376 with three home runs, 14 doubles and 51 RBI while helping lead the Foresters to a fourth-place finish at the NBC World Series. Joining Preston in the battle for the starting spot at first base is senior Justin Bunkis. Bunkis hit .254 with a .478 slugging percentage in 37 games, 19 starts, for the Lions in 2007. His three home runs placed him tied for fourth on the team. “Both Preston and Bunkis are experienced Division I hitters, and when they are not starting at first base, they have the potential to be used at the designated hitter spot or as pinch-hitters in match-up situations.” While sophomore Ryan Wheeler is penciled-in as the starting third baseman for 2008, freshman T.J. Filicia and sophomore Will Dugoni will battle for time at the middle-infield positions. Wheeler, a big, physical, left-handed hitter who the coaches feel has unlimited potential, hit .375 in 13 conference games and .261 for the season, playing in 39 games and making 27 starts in 2007. Filicia, a graduate of Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, Calif., was a team captain his senior year while garnering All-League recognition after both his junior and senior campaigns. The 5’10” right-handed hitter batted .360 as a senior. Dugoni found action in 29 of LMU’s 56 games last season, starting 14 along the way. The native of Fremont, Calif. batted .308 with two doubles, three RBI and six runs scored in his 52 at bats.

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Outfield Despite its youth, and anchored by the return of Angelo Songco, the LMU outfield looks to be strong offensively and defensively in 2008. With Songco penciled-in to start daily either in center or right, the competition is heating up for the final two spots in the outfield. Along with A.J. LaMonda, a host of freshmen, including Joe Vierra, Michael Lowe, Andrew Irvine and Evan Simonitsch could find innings in each of the outfield positions. Songco, a member of the 2008 Brooks Wallace Award Preseason Watch List and a preseason All-Conference selection, earned 2007 WCC Freshman of the Year and Freshman All-American honors after a stellar campaign last season. The left-handed hitting outfielder led LMU in doubles (22), RBI (33), slugging percentage (.528), sacrifice flies (7) and outfield assists (8) last year. In addition, he tied for the lead in triples (3) and was second in batting average (.321), runs scored (36), home runs (4), total bases (102) and walks (30). In WCC play alone, he led the team in batting average (.392), hits (29), doubles (10), slugging percentage (.635) and on-base percentage (.464). Although he too is just an underclassman, Songco will be looked upon to provide leadership in the outfield.

SEASON PREVIEW

Likely seeing time as the starter in left field or at the designated hitter position will be fifth-year senior and 2007 Baseball America preseason first-team AllWCC pick, A.J. LaMonda. LaMonda missed virtually the entire 2007 campaign due to a broken wrist, but not before recording three hits in nine at bats in three games played. One of the top defensive players in the conference, LaMonda will be expected to help pull weight offensively as well in 2008. As a senior last year at Quartz Hill High School in Quartz Hill, Calif., Joe Vierra was voted All-League and All-CIF after batting .467 with six home runs, 12 doubles, 12 stolen bases, 40 runs scored and 33 RBI. In addition, the 6’3” right-handed hitter garnered Team MVP, Player of the Year and City and CIF All-Star recognition after his senior campaign. Michael Lowe, who could also see time on the mound for the Lions in 2008, was a three-time All-League selection for Jesuit Prep High School in Portland, Ore. In addition, he garnered All-State honors after his junior year and led the Metro League in stolen bases as a junior and senior. Andrew Irvine earned three varsity letters in his high school career at Great Oak and Temecula Valley High Schools in Temecula, Calif. Irvine was named All-League, All-Conference, All-City and All-Area as a junior and senior and was awarded an All-CIF bid as a junior. The 6’2” right-handed hitter batted .330 with four home runs as a senior and .524 with five home runs as a junior. Evan Simonitsch was a twotime team captain and was selected All-League after his sophomore, junior and senior seasons at Saint Francis High School in Glendale, Calif. Simonitsch garnered All-Area recognition after his junior and senior campaigns, while earning an All-CIF bid as a junior. He finished his senior year batting .426 with 22 runs scored, 27 RBI, six doubles, two triples, one home run and 11 stolen bases. According to Cruz, “Our goal for this season is to go out and play to the best of our potential. We are hoping to be offensive and play good defense, and we need our pitching to really step-up and provide quality innings. One of our strengths this season will be the depth and experience in the field, especially at the infield positions. If the new players can come in and gel well with the returnees, and both groups can produce offensively, we feel that we can be very competitive in this conference.”

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LMU AT THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 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.

appearance in the College World Series.

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-and-out 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

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.



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On May 30, the Lions opened their first World Series trip with a 4-3 win over perennial powerhouse LSU, to earn a twoday 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 and face Oklahoma State. The Cowboys were too much for the Lions, as they went on to an 11-5 win.

BASEBALL HISTORY

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 back, finishing tied with Pepperdine for first place in the West Coast Athletic Conference at 19-5, forcing 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.


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1986 6th, Baseball America 6th, Collegiate Baseball

APRIL 22, 1986 1. LMU 2. Florida State 3. Louisiana State 4. Miami 5. Texas 6. Oral Roberts 7. Southern Florida 8. UCLA 9. Texas A&M 10. Michigan

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

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL MICHAEL SCHULTZ LMU: 1998-99-00 • MLB debut: 2007 (still active) YR TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA IP 07 Dbacks 1-0 0-0 0 0.00 1.0 1 Season 1-0 0-0 0 0.00 1.0 C.J. WILSON LMU: 2001 • MLB debut: 2005 (still active) YR TEAM G-GS W-L SV 05 Rangers 24-6 1-7 1 06 Rangers 44-0 2-4 1 07 Rangers 66-0 2-1 12 3 Seasons 134-6 5-12 14

H 1 1

BB 0 0

SO 1 1

IP H BB 48.0 63 18 44.1 39 18 68.1 50 33 160.2 152 69

SO 30 43 63 136

BILLY TRABER LMU: 1998-99-00 • MLB debut: 2003 (still active) YR TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA 03 Indians 33-18 6-9 0 5.24 06 Nationals 15-8 4-3 0 6.44 07 Nationals 28-2 2-2 0 4.76 3 Seasons 76-28 12-14 0 5.41

IP H BB 111.2 132 40 43.1 53 14 39.2 50 13 194.2 235 67

SO 88 25 27 140

TERRELL LOWERY LMU: 1991 • MLB debut: 1997 YR TEAM G AVG 97 Cubs 9 .286 98 Cubs 24 .200 99 D. Rays 66 .259 00 Giants 24 .441 4 Seasons 123 .282

AB 14 15 185 34 248

R 2 2 25 13 42

H 4 3 48 15 70

RBI 0 1 17 5 23

2B 0 1 15 4 20

3B 0 0 1 0 1

HR 0 0 2 1 3

SHANE BOWERS LMU: 1990-91-92-93 • MLB debut: 1997 YR TEAM G-GS W-L SV 97 Twins 5-5 0-3 0 1 Season 5-5 0-3 0

ERA 8.05 8.05

IP H BB 19.0 27 8 19.0 27 8

SO 7 7

JIM BRUSKE LMU: 1986 • MLB debut: 1995 YR TEAM G-GS W-L 95 Dodgers 9-0 0-0 96 Dodgers 11-0 0-0 97 Padres 28-0 4-1 98 Dodgers 35-0 3-0 98 Padres 4-0 0-0 98 Yankees 3-1 1-0 00 Brewers 15-0 1-0 5 Seasons 105-1 9-1

ERA 4.50 5.69 3.63 3.48 3.86 3.00 6.48 4.13

IP H BB 10.0 12 4 12.2 17 3 44.2 37 25 44.0 47 19 7.0 10 4 9.0 9 1 16.2 22 12 144.0 154 68

SO 5 12 32 31 4 3 8 95

SV 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

BRIAN TURANG LMU: 1988-1989 • MLB debut: 1993 YR TEAM G AVG AB 93 Mariners 40 .250 140 94 Mariners 38 .188 112 2 Seasons 78 .222 252 DARRYL SCOTT LMU: 1987-88-89-90 • MLB debut: 1993 YR TEAM G-GS W-L SV 93 Angels 16-0 1-2 0 1 Season 16-0 1-2 0 CHRIS DONNELS LMU: 1985-86-87 • MLB debut: 1991 YR TEAM G AVG AB 91 Mets 37 .225 89 92 Mets 45 .174 121 93 Astros 88 .257 179 94 Astros 54 .267 86 95 Astros 19 .300 30 95 Red Sox 40 .253 91 00 Dodgers 27 .294 34 01 Dodgers 66 .170 88 02 Dbacks 74 .238 80 8 Seasons 450 .233 798

R 22 9 31

H 35 21 56

ERA 5.85 5.85

R 7 8 18 12 4 13 8 8 5 83

RBI 7 8 15

2B 11 5 16

3B 1 1 2

IP H BB 20.0 19 11 20.0 19 11

H 20 21 46 23 9 23 10 15 19 186

RBI 5 6 24 5 2 11 9 8 16 86

2B 2 4 14 5 0 2 3 2 4 36

3B 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 5

HR 0 1 1

SO 13 13

ERA 3.49 6.97 22.50 4.56

IP H BB 80.0 71 44 20.2 23 11 2.0 7 1 102.2 101 56

SO 53 14 1 68

DANNY CLAY LMU: 1981-82• MLB debut: 1988 YR TEAM G-GS W-L 88 Phillies 17-0 0-1 1 Season 17-0 0-1

ERA 6.00 6.00

IP H BB 24.0 27 21 24.0 27 21

SO 12 12

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2B 2 0 0 4 9 5 0 20

3B 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

HR 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 5

TRACY JONES LMU: 1980-81-82 • MLB debut: 1986 YR TEAM G AVG AB 86 Reds 46 .349 86 87 Reds 117 .290 359 88 Reds 37 .229 83 88 Expos 53 .333 141 89 Giants 40 .186 97 89 Tigers 46 .259 158 90 Tigers 50 .229 118 90 Mariners 25 .302 86 91 Mariners 79 .251 175 6 Seasons 493 .273 1303

R 16 53 9 20 5 17 15 8 30 173

H 30 104 19 47 18 41 27 26 44 356

RBI 10 44 9 15 12 26 9 15 24 164

2B 3 17 1 5 4 10 4 4 8 56

3B 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 6

HR 2 10 1 2 0 3 4 2 3 27

CHUCK BAKER LMU: 1974-75 • MLB debut: 1978 YR TEAM G AVG AB 78 Padres 44 .207 58 80 Padres 9 .136 22 81 Twins 40 .182 66 3 Seasons 93 .185 146

R 8 0 6 14

H 12 3 12 27

RBI 3 0 6 9

2B 1 1 0 2

3B 0 0 3 3

HR 0 0 0 0

BOB SHELDON LMU: 1969-70-71-72 • MLB debut: 1974 YR TEAM G AVG AB R 74 Brewers 10 .118 17 4 75 Brewers 53 .287 181 17 77 Brewers 31 .203 64 9 3 Seasons 94 .256 262 30

H 2 52 13 67

RBI 0 14 3 17

2B 1 3 4 8

3B 1 3 1 5

HR 0 0 0 0

JOEY AMALFITANO LMU: 1952-53-54 • MLB debut: 1954 YR TEAM G AVG AB 54 Giants 9 .000 5 55 Giants 36 .227 22 60 Giants 106 .277 328 61 Giants 109 .255 384 62 Colt .45s 117 .237 380 63 Giants 54 .175 137 64 Cubs 100 .241 324 65 Cubs 67 .271 96 66 Cubs 41 .158 38 67 Cubs 4 .000 1 10 Seasons 643 .244 1715

R 2 8 47 64 44 11 51 13 8 0 248

H 0 5 91 98 90 24 78 26 6 0 418

RBI 0 1 27 23 27 7 27 8 3 0 123

2B 0 1 15 11 12 3 19 4 2 0 67

3B 0 1 3 4 5 0 6 0 0 0 19

HR 0 0 1 2 1 1 4 0 0 0 9

HERMAN REICH LMU: 1936 • MLB debut: 1949 YR TEAM G AVG 49 Senators 2 .000 49 Indians 1 .500 49 Cubs 108 .280 1 Season 111 .279

R 0 0 43 43

H 0 1 108 109

RBI 0 0 34 34

2B 0 0 18 18

3B 0 0 2 2

HR 0 0 3 3

AB 2 2 386 390

HR 0 0 2 3 0 2 4 3 3 17

TIM LAYANA LMU: 1983-84-85-86 • MLB debut: 1990 YR TEAM G-GS W-L SV 90 Reds 55-0 5-3 2 91 Reds 22-0 0-2 0 93 Giants 1-0 0-0 0 3 Seasons 78-0 5-5 2

SV 0 0

H 17 2 0 14 46 29 0 108

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ERA 6.94 4.06 3.03 4.48

BILLY BEAN LMU: 1983-84-85-86 • MLB debut: 1987 YR TEAM G AVG AB R 87 Tigers 26 .258 66 6 88 Tigers 10 .182 11 2 89 Tigers 9 .000 11 0 89 Dodgers 51 .197 71 7 93 Padres 88 .260 177 19 94 Padres 84 .215 135 7 95 Padres 4 .000 7 1 6 Seasons 272 .226 478 42


ED WHEELER LMU: 1934-35-36-37-38-39 • MLB debut: 1945 YR TEAM G AVG AB R H RBI 2B 45 Indians 46 .194 72 12 14 1 2 1 Season 46 .194 72 12 14 1 2

3B HR 0 0 0 0

LES POWERS LMU: 1931-32-33 • MLB debut: 1938 YR TEAM G AVG AB 38 Giants 2 .000 3 39 Phillies 19 .346 52 2 Seasons 21 .327 55

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JESS BUCKLES LMU: 1909 • MLB debut: 1916 YR TEAM G-GS W-L 16 Yankees 2-0 0-0 1 Season 2-0 0-0

SV 0 0

R 0 7 7

H 0 18 18

ERA 2.25 2.25

RBI 0 2 2

IP 4.0 4.0

2B 0 1 1

H 3 3

BB 1 1

HR 0 0 0

SO 2 2

JOE WILHOIT LMU: 1904-05• MLB debut: 1916 YR TEAM G AVG 16 Braves 116 .230 17 Braves 54 .274 17 Braves 9 .200 2 Seasons 179 .244

AB 383 186 10 579

R 44 20 0 64

H 88 51 2 141

RBI 38 10 0 48

2B 13 5 0 18

3B 4 0 0 4

HR 2 1 0 3

TILLIE SHAFER LMU: 1906• MLB debut: 1909 YR TEAM G AVG 09 Giants 38 .179 10 Giants 29 .190 12 Giants 78 .288 13 Giants 138 .287 4 Seasons 283 .273

AB 84 21 163 508 776

R 11 5 48 74 138

H 15 4 47 146 212

RBI 7 1 23 52 83

2B 2 1 4 17 24

3B 1 0 1 12 14

HR 0 0 0 5 5

FRED SNODGRASS LMU: 1906-07• MLB debut: 1908 YR TEAM G AVG 08 Giants 6 .250 09 Giants 28 .300 10 Giants 123 .321 11 Giants 151 .294 12 Giants 146 .269 13 Giants 141 .291 14 Giants 113 .263 15 Braves 23 .278 16 Braves 112 .249 9 Seasons 923 .275

AB 4 70 396 534 535 457 392 79 382 3101

R 2 10 69 83 91 65 54 10 33 453

H 1 21 127 157 144 133 103 22 95 852

RBI 1 6 44 77 69 49 44 9 32 351

2B 0 5 22 27 24 21 20 2 13 143

3B 0 0 8 10 9 6 4 0 5 42

HR 0 1 2 1 3 3 0 0 1 11

(Still Active as of Last Season) JAMES COOPER LMU: 2003-04-05 • Drafted: 9th round – New York Yankees • Current Organization: New York Yankees TEAM G AVG AB R H RBI 2B 05 Staten Isl. 64 .247 243 30 60 34 7 06 Staten Isl. 22 .256 78 10 20 10 5 06 Charleston 34 .213 89 8 19 8 3 07 Charleston 57 .291 189 31 55 15 13 07 Tampa 32 .259 108 11 28 10 4 3 Seasons 209 .257 707 90 182 77 32

3B 3 1 0 3 2 9

HR 1 0 1 2 3 7

ERIC FARRIS LMU: 2005-06-07 • Drafted: 4th round – Milwaukee Brewers • Current Organization: Milwaukee Brewers TEAM G AVG AB R H RBI 2B 07 Helena 63 .326 239 34 78 34 16 1 Season 63 .326 239 34 78 34 16

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STEPHEN KAHN LMU: 2003-04-05 • Drafted: 5th round – Seattle Mariners • Current Organization: Seattle Mariners TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA IP H 05 AZ Mariners 1-0 0-0 0 0.00 1.0 1 05 Everett 17-0 3-0 12 3.93 18.1 14 06 Inland Empire 20-0 2-0 8 1.95 27.2 16 06 San Antonio 31-0 1-3 0 6.23 39.0 50 2 Seasons 69-0 6-3 20 4.29 86.0 81

BB 1 14 15 31 61

SO 1 22 35 34 92

BRAD MEYERS LMU: 2005-06-07 • Drafted: 5th round – Washington Nationals • Current Organization: Washington Nationals TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA IP H BB 07 GCL Nats 3-3 0-0 0 0.00 9.0 2 0 07 Hagerstown 4-4 1-1 0 0.44 20.2 13 8 07 Potomac 3-3 0-0 0 5.06 10.2 15 9 1 Season 10-10 1-1 0 1.57 40.1 30 17

SO 9 9 7 25

DEANDRE MILLER LMU: 2006-07 • Drafted: 24th round – Los Angeles Angels • Current Organization: Los Angeles Angels TEAM G AVG AB R H RBI 2B 07 Orem 53 .228 167 35 38 10 7 1 Season 53 .228 167 35 38 10 7

JOSH MUECKE LMU: 2001-02-03 • Drafted: 5th round – Houston Astros • Current Organization: Houston Astros TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA IP H BB 03 Tri City 14-11 3-3 0 4.14 54.1 58 25 04 Lexington 37-8 9-1 2 3.97 104.1 81 48 05 Salem 28-28 10-12 0 3.67 159.1 164 47 06 Corpus Christi 25-9 0-7 0 7.40 62.0 92 27 07 Corpus Christi 32-16 9-5 0 3.90 131.2 133 45 5 Seasons 136-72 31-28 2 4.30 511.2 528 192

SO 43 91 98 43 78 353

KYLE MURA LMU: 2003-04-05-06 • Drafted: 42nd round - Saint Louis Cardinals • Current Organization: Saint Louis Cardinals TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA IP H BB 06 State College 20-0 3-0 0 5.97 28.2 34 7 07 Quad Cities 45-0 7-0 3 1.66 59.2 44 13 2 Seasons 65-0 10-0 3 3.06 88.1 78 20

SO 18 53 71

CHRIS PETTIT LMU: 2003-04-05-06 • Drafted: 19th round - Los Angeles Angels • Current Organization: Los Angeles Angels TEAM G AVG AB R H RBI 2B 3B 06 Orem 68 .336 226 41 76 54 25 3 07 Cedar Rapids 64 .346 228 47 79 41 24 1 07 Rancho Cuc. 69 .309 265 54 82 54 20 2 2 Seasons 201 .330 719 142 237 149 69 6

HR 7 9 9 25

MICHAEL SCHULTZ LMU: 1998-99-00 • Drafted: 2nd round – Arizona Diamondbacks • Current Organization: Arizona Diamondbacks TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA IP H BB 00 Arizona 2-0 0-1 0 6.75 2.2 7 1 00 High Desert 7-7 1-2 0 3.63 22.1 15 11 03 Yakima 5-5 1-0 0 4.71 28.2 21 10 03 Lancaster 9-9 2-2 0 4.67 44.1 57 20 04 Lancaster 13-0 1-1 2 3.00 18.0 19 13 04 El Paso 12-0 0-0 1 4.61 13.2 16 13 04 Tucson 7-0 0-1 0 5.00 9.0 12 5 05 Tennessee 63-0 4-6 6 3.58 65.1 70 41 06 Tennessee 9-0 1-0 3 1.54 11.2 4 4 06 Tucson 48-0 2-4 4 3.59 52.2 57 18 07 Tucson 55-1 4-5 4 3.92 78.0 85 36 6 Seasons 230-22 16-22 20 3.90 346.1 363 172

SO 2 16 27 32 18 14 4 68 7 40 50 278

JEFF STEVENS LMU: 2003-04-05 • Drafted: 6th round – Cincinnati Reds • Current Organization: Cleveland Indians TEAM G-GS W-L SV ERA IP H BB 05 Billings 13-8 4-4 0 2.98 54.1 44 15 06 Lake City 16-15 7-3 0 4.42 73.1 65 23 06 Dayton 14-6 2-4 0 4.43 42.2 42 16 07 Kinston 15-0 3-2 0 2.31 35.0 18 9 07 Akron 34-0 3-1 2 3.17 48.1 40 16 3 Seasons 92-29 19-14 2 3.59 253.2 209 79

SO 58 60 43 37 65 263

JOSH WHITESELL LMU: 2001-02-03 • Drafted: 6th round – Montreal Expos • Current Organization: Washington Nationals TEAM G AVG AB R H RBI 03 Vermont 49 .246 167 13 41 19 04 Savannah 113 .250 380 56 95 54 05 Potomac 113 .293 389 59 114 66 06 Harrisburg 127 .263 403 47 106 56 07 Harrisburg 119 .284 387 78 110 74 5 Seasons 521 .270 1726 253 466 269

HR 5 16 18 19 21 79

3B 1 0 2 0 1 4

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2007 4 5 24

Eric Farris Brad Meyers DeAndre Miller

2006 19 42

Chris Pettit Kyle Mura

2005 5 6 9 25 FA

Stephen Kahn Jeff Stevens James Cooper Joe Frazee Kyle Huddy

30 37 FA FA

Kevin Jenson Billy Lockin Brady Koch Will Quaglieri

2003 5 6 9 24

Josh Muecke Josh Whitesell Vince Cordova Ryan Yurek

2001 5 FA

CJ Wilson James Clelland

2000 1 2 3 9 14 FA

Billy Traber Michael Schultz Scott Walter Jason Aspito Anthony Angel Ben Bonilla

1999 14 34 FA

Matt Riordan Curt Fiore Joe Sulentor

1998 14

Kevin Hook

1997 19

Benny Craig

1995 13

Andy Collett

1994 6 18

Jesse Ibarra Collin Hinds

1993 21

Shane Bowers

1991 2 3 4 17 18 25 27 FA

Terrell Lowery Joe Caruso Joe Ciccarella Todd Gates Darrel Deak Mark Tillman Rick Mediavilla Chris Spears

Milwaukee Washington Los Angeles (A) Los Angeles (A) St. Louis Seattle Cincinnati New York (A) Philadelphia Cincinnati San Francisco Arizona Houston New York (N) Houston Montreal New York (N) Houston Texas Montreal New York (N) Arizona Kansas City Chicago (A) Houston Arizona Baltimore Atlanta Minnesota Montreal Cincinnati Seattle San Francisco Seattle Minnesota Texas Boston Boston Texas St. Louis Detroit St. Louis San Diego

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1990 21 FA FA FA

Tony Kounas Darryl Scott Steve Surico K. VandeBrake

Seattle California Texas Los Angeles

1989 10 24 51 FA

Rick Allen Kalani Bush Brian Turang Robert Cannon

1988 4 5 8 19 35 FA

E. Simmons Don Sparks Bobby DeJardin Carl Fraticelli Mike Jones Scott Neill

1987 1 20 FA FA

Chris Donnels Jim McAnany Jeff Goettsch Eric Reinholtz

Cincinnati Chicago (N) Seattle California Oakland New York (A) New York (A) Minnesota Detroit Cleveland New York (N) California California California

1986

Regular Phase 3 Tim Layana 4 Billy Bean FA Mark Stomp FA Mike Whitt Secondary Phase 1 Jim Bruske

1984 18 FA FA

Rick Sharp R. Lambert B. Leighton

1982 18 25 FA FA

Vin Rover Bill Culver Danny Clay Tracy Jones

1981 8 FA FA FA

R.Ebersberger Bob Gauci Mike Franks Lance Junker

1979 24

Tim Collins

1978 9 FA

Tracy Cowger Brian Urata

1976 13 20 FA FA FA

Dave Long Dan Henry Pat Corcoran T. Henderson Stu Livingston

1975

FA Frank Judge Secondary Phase 2 Chuck Baker

1974 21

1973 3 4 FA

Cleveland Cleveland California Milwaukee Cincinnati Detroit Philadelphia Detroit

Russ Noah Jerry Stone Dean Jelmini

1972 22

Bob Sheldon

1971 FA FA FA

D. Desmond Bill Eller Mike Logelin

1969 13

Steve Keller

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J. Amalfitano

1939 --

Ed Wheeler

1936 --

New York (A) Detroit Philadelphia San Francisco

C. Wibberley

Herman Reich

1933 --

Les Powers

1909 --

Jess Buckles

1907 --

F. Snodgrass

1906 --

Tillie Shafer

1905 --

Joe Wilhoit

Oakland Minnesota San Diego California Milwaukee Oakland Chicago (N) Oakland Montreal New York Cleveland Washington New York New York New York New York Boston

San Francisco Detroit New York (N) San Francisco California Texas California Atlanta Los Angeles Oakland Detroit Atlanta California San Diego

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LMU AND TEAM USA After representing LMU on the USA Baseball National Team in the summer of 2004, LMU Head Coach Frank Cruz and righthander Stephen Kahn (2003-05) returned to Los Angeles with a gold medal from the FISU II World University Championship in Taiwan. Cruz, who served as Team USA’s manager, and Kahn (now in the Seattle Mariners organization) helped the National Team to a perfect 8-0 run at the championship, including a 4-2 come-from-behind 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 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 (2001-04) 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 had a hand 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 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 the summer of 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 (15-1), 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 rout 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 fivegame road swing in Japan. 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,

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USA BASEBALL NATIONAL TEAM TRIALS As soon as LMU Head Coach Frank Cruz was selected to serve as manager of the 2004 USA Baseball National Team, the selection process began, as he and the staff 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 Team trials, LMU was just one of seven schools (LMU, Long Beach State, Mississippi, Texas, Stanford, Vanderbilt, and USC) to have multiple players invited. Though Higashi would leave the trials to sign with the Texas Rangers, LMU was well represented 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 would have a team that’s a contender for the gold medal.”

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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. With his service, 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 top50 college baseball programs in 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 400 collegiate players have donned the Red, White, and Blue uniform from approximately 120 colleges and universities across the country. Despite Cruz’s two-time involvement, the top-50 listing did not award points for coaching selections.

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HOME OF THE LIONS: GEORGE C. PAGE STADIUM

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Now in its 26th season as the home of Lion baseball, George C. Page Stadium has established itself as a tough place for opponents. With Mikos Blue Monster, and the additions of Pride Park and the new batting facility, 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. The 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 scoreboards in all of baseball. The board itself isn’t small, 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 scorecards 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 established a 169-136-2 record at Page, a winning percentage of 55 percent. The Lions have posted a 414-292-3 record (.586) overall in the park’s 25 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 WCC Championships have been played at Page Stadium, with the Lions winning two conference crowns over Pepperdine. 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. 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 scaleddown baseball infield, recognizes alumni 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 AllStar 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.

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OVERALL 4 13 0 .235 17 15 0 .531 15 12 0 .556 24 8 0 .750 19 11 1 .629 30 4 0 .882 25 9 0 .735 27 6 0 .818 19 6 0 .760 12 17 0 .414 12 16 0 .429 16 13 0 .552 13 15 0 .464 12 11 0 .521 9 17 0 .346 23 9 0 .719 18 13 0 .580 21 6 0 .777 9 21 0 .300 12 12 0 .500 18 12 0 .600 19 4 1 .826 18 11 0 .621 11 18 0 .379 11 13 1 .460 414 292 3 .586

CONFERENCE 3 12 0 .200 7 6 0 .538 6 3 0 .667 10 2 0 .833 4 7 1 .375 10 2 0 .833 11 1 0 .917 16 3 0 .842 14 4 0 .778 7 6 0 .538 9 6 0 .600 9 6 0 .600 7 7 0 .500 9 3 0 .750 6 10 0 .375 11 4 0 .733 10 5 0 .667 13 2 0 .867 4 11 0 .267 8 7 0 .533 9 6 0 .600 12 3 0 .800 12 3 0 .800 7 5 0 .583 4 5 0 .444 218 129 1 .633

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1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 Manual scoreboard featuring out-of-town scores 2000 Replica of Fenway Park’s Green Monster in Boston 2001 Mikos Blue Monster is 4,810 square feet (130’ x 37’) 2002 Scoreboard within the wall is 828 square feet (18’ x 46’) 2003 More than 9,620 cubic feet of steel were used in the construction 2004 Support beams are 56 feet long 2005 Beams are more than 19 feet into the ground 2006 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 2007 TOTALS Three-inch thick padding was installed at the base of the wall and stands seven-feet tall


PRIDE PARK THE ENTRANCE TO PAGE STADIUM: PRIDE PARK

Fans visiting Page Stadium will notice one of the most eye-catching improvements in the LMU athletic facilities: Pride Park gives the 25-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 26 seasons. Head Coach Frank Cruz oversaw the 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 one of 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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PLAYER’S DEN

Inside, the massive space is lined with turf and divided by three batting-cage nets. The nets and portable pitching mounds allow all players the opportunity to train and practice whether rain or shine. The far side of the training den is used primarily for weight training and storage of batting and pitching equipment. The Plexiglas roll-up doors on both sides of the building offer the shade and convenience of hitting indoors, while at the same time allowing players to practice in the comfortable Southern California weather. Continuing his progress of improving Page Stadium, and the baseball facilities in general, Head Coach Frank Cruz has already turned his attention to and initiated plans to update and renovate the surrounding areas near the den. The area between the bleachers and training den has already been leveled in preparation for a complete overhaul and remodel. The section will soon consist of a bullpen and patio area. That project is expected to be completed sometime during the 2008 campaign. “The player’s den is a facility that we are extremely proud of. We feel it is an extremely important and beneficial space for both our current players and our future recruits, as we can compete our training facility with any other school in the country. This is just one more step in our quest to provide the best for our players and LMU as a whole,” Cruz said.

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LMU PLAYER’S DEN

LMU baseball’s latest project, a player’s den, was completed and opened for use before the start of the 2008 baseball season. The 8,000 square foot training den, which is located down the right field line at Page Stadium, features three hitting tunnels, pitching mounds, and a baseball strength/weight room. The den will serve as an all-purpose facility for those associated with LMU baseball.


HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ

HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ Having established himself as one of the most respected collegiate coaches in the Nation, Frank Cruz is in his 12th season directing the LMU baseball program. Cruz turned the program into an instant winner, claiming three consecutive West 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, recently completed a four-year term on the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee. Cruz enters the 2008 season ranking eighth all-time and second among active coaches in the West Coast Conference in career victories with 306 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 40-19 in 2000. The 40 wins ranks fourth all-time at LMU for victories in a singleseason. 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 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 current LMU assistant coach 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 led LMU to eight NCAA Regional games in his first seven years. In 1999, LMU defended its WCC Championship against Pepperdine, winning its first back-to-back Conference Title in school history. Billy 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 posted six consecutive Tuesday victories, including an April 5th win over top-ranked Cal State Fullerton. The victory over the Titans marked the first time any LMU sport had ever defeated the Nation’s top team. The mid-week 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 live 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

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HEAD COACH FRANK CRUZ

Australia. CRUZ BY THE NUMBERS HEAD COACHING RECORD Cruz helped lead Team USA to finish the season OVERALL WEST COAST CONFERENCE with a 21-game unbeaten streak, which included YR TEAM W L T PCT W L PCT FINISH POSTSEASON 20 wins and one tie. Cruz and the Team USA coaches led the National Team to a .900 winning 1997 LMU 21 39 0 .350 11 17 .393 Sixth percentage, the best in USA Baseball history. 1998 LMU 34 23 1 .596 21 8 .724 First NCAA Regional 18 12 .600 First NCAA Regional His success with the 2000 National Team led 1999 LMU 33 28 0 .541 22 8 .733 First NCAA Regional to his 2004 selection as Head Coach of Team USA. 2000 LMU 40 19 0 .678 2001 LMU 21 37 0 .362 8 22 .267 Eighth Cruz led the 2004 USA Baseball National Team of 2002 LMU 22 34 0 .393 12 12 .500 Fifth collegiate players to the program’s first gold medal 2003 LMU 26 30 0 .464 13 17 .433 Sixth 2004 LMU 32 22 1 .596 20 7 .741 Second at the FISU World University Championships in 18 12 .600 Second Tainan, Taiwan. Cruz and Team USA went a perfect 2005 LMU 31 27 0 .534 2006 LMU 24 32 0 .429 11 10 .524 Fourth 6-0 in round robin pool play and then defeated 2007 LMU 22 33 1 .402 9 12 .429 T-Fourth Chinese Taipei (5-2) and Japan (4-2) to capture the gold medal. The Americans entered the champiTOTALS 306 324 3 .486 163 137 .543 onship with a 10-7 record, but then won eight ASSISTANT COACHING RECORD straight in Taiwan and 12 of their last 14 under OVERALL WEST COAST CONFERENCE Cruz. YR TEAM W L T PCT W L PCT FINISH POSTSEASON The USA captured the gold with a combined 1993 USC 35 29 0 .547 15 15 .500 Fourth NCAA Reg. Final dominating performance at the plate, on the 1994 USC 41 20 0 .672 19 11 .633 Third NCAA Reg. Final 1995 USC 49 21 0 .700 21 9 .700 First College World Series mound, and in the field. Cruz’s offense led the 1996 USC 44 16 1 .733 24 6 .800 First NCAA Reg. Final eight-team field hitting .307. His pitching staff was nearly untouchable, combining for a 1.19 TOTALS 169 86 1 .662 79 41 .658 ERA and striking out 83 batters in 68.0 innings. For continuing a tradition of excellence within the CRUZ’S USA BASEBALL TIMELINE 1/05: Named 2004 IBF International Coach of the Year National program, Cruz was named 2004 USA 12/04: Named 2004 National Development Coach of the Year Baseball Developmental Coach of the Year. The 8/04: Led the National Team to the program’s first gold medal at the FISU World UniverInternational Baseball Federation then named him sity Championships...won 12 of the final 14 games...first national team to record International Coach of the Year, selecting Cruz a no-hitter from a pool of managers from all 112 participating 1/04: Selected as 2004 National Team Head Coach 8/00: Completed Red, White and Blue Tour with a 27-3-1 record as an assistant coach... member countries and all team levels. Cruz besquad closed season with a 21-game unbeaten streak and USA Baseball record came just the fourth American coach to receive the .900 winning percentage selection, and the first since 1995. He is the only 7/00: Beat Cuba twice (9-1, 8-5) in the Netherlands Tournament to win title Team USA coach to win the award in an Olympic 1/00: Named 2000 National Team Assistant Coach year. In 20 years of National Team competition, USA Baseball has now won five gold medals. In his LMU BASEBALL COACHING HISTORY NAME YEARS W L T PCT two stints with the National Team, Cruz has played a role in two of those five gold medals. He is now Al Gad (68-69) 2 51 37 0 .580 15 371 452 1 .451 one of just three coaches to be a part of multiple Marv Wood (70-84) 4 161 82 1 .663 gold-medal-winning squads, and was the first USA Dave Snow (85-88) Smith (89-91) 3 122 63 1 .659 Baseball National Team Head Coach to be affiliated Chris Jody Robinson (92-96) 5 109 171 0 .389 with the West Coast Conference. Kahn joined Cruz Frank Cruz (97-Current) 11 306 324 3 .486 on the award-winning National Team in 2004. TOTALS 1,120 1,129 6 .498 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 Benny Bonilla (free agent, Arizona Diamondbacks). Two more were taken in 2001, with C.J. Wilson (5th Round, Texas Rangers) and James


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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 in 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. More recently, Chris Pettit (19th round, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) and Mura (42nd round, Saint Louis Cardinals) signed professional contracts following their four-year LMU careers in 2006. Pettit was named a minor league All-Star his first two seasons and the 2007 Angels Minor League Player of the Year. Also in 2007, Eric Farris (fourth round, Milwaukee Brewers), Brad Meyers (fifth round, Washington Nationals), and DeAndre Miller (24th round, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) joined the professional ranks. During his 11 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 (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. The 2006 squad was one of LMU’s top-3 defensive teams of all time, registering a .970 team fielding percentage. 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 also oversaw the construction of Pride Park, the 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. Cruz didn’t stop there, turning his efforts toward LMU baseball’s latest project: a baseball training den. With construction completed for the 2008 season, the 8,000 square foot training den features three hitting tunnels, pitching mounds, and a baseball strength/weight room. 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 resides in West Los Angeles.

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ASSISTANT COACH SCOTT WALTER

Former LMU baseball standout Scott Walter (1998-00) once again puts on the Lion uniform, as Walter is in his first season as an assistant coach for the program. Walter returned to the bluff after a professional career and two seasons coaching his other alma mater, Loyola High School. Now with the Lions, Walter will work primarily with the hitters and catchers. A catcher himself, Walter put together one of the best careers in LMU baseball history. Walter led LMU to three straight West Coast Conference titles in his three years as a starter. As a freshman, he was named the WCC Co-Freshman of the Year, the WCC Player of the Year, and a first-team Freshman All-American. By the year 2000, he had three WCC titles to his name and was a Collegiate Baseball All-American. He was a finalist for the Johnny Bench Award as a junior, an honor presented to the nation’s top catcher. He was also an All-Star in the Cape Cod Summer League, considered the most prestigious collegiate summer destination. A career .356 hitter, Walter still ranks in the top-10 in the LMU record book in seven offensive categories, including third in home runs with 36. What makes those rankings even more remarkable is the fact that Walter accumulated the numbers in just three seasons of play. He was drafted after his junior season in the third round of the 2000 MLB Draft by the Kansas City Royals. He went on to play six professional seasons for the Royals, twice earning All-Star honors: in the Midwest League in 2001 and the Carolina League in 2003. Following his professional career, Walter returned to Loyola High School as a coach in the baseball and soccer programs, helping both to CIF Southern Section Championship games. His 2007 baseball squad won the Division III title. He also returned to the Cape Cod League as an assistant coach with the Orleans Cardinals. While coaching at Loyola High School, Walter returned to the classroom at LMU and finished his degree in business administration with an emphasis in marketing in May of 2007. Walter’s ties to the Lions go even beyond his own playing days, however. He is the grandson of LMU Athletics Hall of Famer Hugh Boyle (Class of 1943), who was inducted in 1989 for his contributions to Loyola baseball and basketball. His father, Jim Walter (1967-71) played basketball for the Lions, along with uncles Bernie Boyle (basketball, baseball) and Tom Boyle (basketball). His older brother, Chris, also played soccer at LMU. With younger brother Tim currently at Colorado State playing football, it made it four collegiate student-athletes in four different sports for Jim Walter and his sons. Walter currently resides in his hometown of Manhattan Beach.


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· ASSISTANT COACHES DREW KEEHN

ASSISTANT COACH DREW KEEHN Drew Keehn enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Lions and will serve as the program’s Pitching Coach and Recruiting Coordinator. Keehn comes to the bluff after spending the last three years in various coaching roles. Since June of 2005, he served as an assistant coach, working primarily with the pitchers and catchers, and Recruiting Coordinator at Central Arizona College in Coolidge, AZ, where he was a standout pitcher from 1992-94. Under his guidance, the team finished as the 2007 Region I Champion and District runner-up. Keehn also spent the last two summers at the helm of the Liberal Blue Jays baseball club in Liberal, Kan. Prior to coaching at Central Arizona, Keehn spent one year as an assistant coach at Odessa College. Under that title, Keehn served as the Recruiting Coordinator and organized daily practice schedules for the position players and pitchers. Before accepting the job at Odessa, Keehn spent a year at the reigns of Ironwood High School in Oro Valley, Ariz. Keehn was drafted in the 1993 MLB Draft by the Colorado Rockies. He went on to play three professional seasons in the Rockies organization, making 26 relief appearances during his 62-game Rookie League season in 1995. Keehn went on to pitch 70 innings during a 142-game season in Asheville, NC, the Rockies’ Single-A affiliate. Keehn received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Arizona in 2001, and also earned his Masters in Education from the University of Phoenix in 2004. After finishing his professional baseball career, he started working in the classroom, starting as a substitute teacher in 2001 and most recently working as an instructor at Central Arizona this past year. Keehn currently resides in Redondo Beach.

ASSISTANT COACH SHANE SCHUMAKER Entering his first season as an assistant coach with the Lions, Shane Schumaker will help with all aspects of coaching while focusing on working with the infielders. Schumaker began his coaching career at El Camino Junior College in 2001 and was responsible for hitting and infield instruction along with assisting with recruiting efforts. At El Camino, he coached for five seasons, and in 2004, helped coach the Warriors to a 30-7 record, the best in school history. That same season, Schumaker helped guide the Warriors to within one game of the State Championship, the furthest any El Camino team had ever gone in the playoffs. In the summers of 2002 and 2003, he took over head coaching duties for the West Torrance 19-andunder All-Star team. Both years he led his team to the Babe Ruth State Championships, where they placed second each year. Schumaker also served as an assistant coach for the Havasu Heat, where he helped guide the Heat to a 37-8 record and a berth in the 2005 NBC World Series. Most recently, Schumaker served two seasons as an assistant coach at UNC Greensboro under head coach Mike Gaski. As an infielder for UNCG from 2000-01, Schumaker was a two-year letterwinner, leading the Spartans in 2001 with a .342 batting average, while hitting 10 home runs and driving in 52 runs en route to being named All-Southern Conference as well as an AllTournament selection. In 2000, Schumaker batted .378, which led UNCG and was sixth best among SoCon hitters. Schumaker graduated from Cal State Dominguez Hills with a degree in Applied Studies in 2003. In 2005, he received his Masters in kinesiology from his alma mater. Schumaker currently resides in Torrance.

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GLOMB • CAREER HIGHS AB 5 - 7x (last: at UCI, 4/24/07) R 2 - 12x (last: at UCI, 4/24/07) H 3 - 7x (last: vs. Santa Clara, 4/28/07) 2B 2 - 3x (last: vs. San Diego State, 2/13/07) 3B 1 - vs. LBSU, 4/19/05 HR 1 - 2x (last: vs. UC Irvine, 4/24/07) RBI 2 - 8x (last: at Saint Mary’s, 4/13/07) BB 1 - 11x (last: at UP, 5/20/06) K 3 - at USF, 4/22/05) SB 1 – 5x (last: vs. Portland, 5/13/07) CS 1 - 6x (last: at Pepperdine, 5/13/07) PO 7 (last: vs. Cal Poly, 3/4/07) A 8 (last: vs. San Jose State, 2/24/07) E 2 - 5x (last: vs. Santa Clara, 4/27/07) Hit Streak 12 (2007) LaMONDA • CAREER AT LMU YR AVG G-GS AB R H 2004 .269 44-24 104 17 28 2005 .253 53-42 158 23 40 2006 .273 50-45 165 32 45 2007 .333 3-2 9 1 3 Totals .266 150-113 436 73 116 GLOMB • CAREER AT LMU YR AVG G-GS AB R H 2005 .302 28-25 86 16 26 2006 .234 36-24 77 16 18 2007 .283 55-55 198 25 56 Totals .277 119-104 361 57 100

2B 4 10 7 0 21

3B HR RBI 0 1 24 0 3 28 1 2 25 0 0 0 1 6 77

TB 35 59 60 3 157

SLG% .337 .373 .364 .333 .360

BB 10 15 13 0 38

HBP 1 4 10 0 15

SO 13 22 22 1 58

GDP 4 6 2 0 12

OB% .331 .330 .360 .333 .341

SF 3 2 1 0 6

SH 1 0 2 0 3

SB-A 0-1 3-9 4-7 0-0 7-17

2B 4 5 7 16

3B HR RBI 1 0 7 0 1 9 2 1 20 3 2 36

TB 32 26 70 128

SLG% .372 .338 .354 .355

BB 5 6 10 21

HBP 2 1 11 14

SO 19 12 32 63

GDP 4 4 4 12

OB% .355 .298 .348 .339

SF 0 0 2 2

SH 4 4 7 15

SB-A 1-3 0-1 5-8 6-12

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Briefly Michael Glomb will play his fourth season with the Lions after redshirting his true freshman year... has been a starter for the Lions at both shortstop and third base... At LMU 2007... posted a career-high and team-high 12-game hitting streak... recorded three-hit games twice, on 3/30 in an 8-4 loss to USF and on 4/28 in a 7-6 win over Santa Clara... led Lions with 11 hit by pitches... ranked fourth on the team in batting average (.283), hits (56), doubles (7), and on-base percentage (.348)... finished third on the squad with a .286 batting average in conference play... hit his second career home run on 4/24 in a 14-8 loss to UC Irvine... had a seasonhigh two RBI and two doubles in 10-6 loss to San Diego State on 2/13... 2006... played 36 games for the Lions, 24 of which were starts... hit .417 in WCC play... hit first career home run at Cal State Northridge on St. Patrick’s Day... hit safely in four straight games during March... finished season with nine RBI... 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, Calif... 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, Calif... son of Margaret and Christian Glomb... parents attended Santa Clara and father played basketball for the Broncos... has one sister, Katie, and two brothers, Kevin and Matt... is in the business administration Masters program.

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· LaMONDA · GLOMB

LaMONDA • LMU CAREER HIGHS AB 6 - at UNLV, 3/22/05 R 3 - at UA, 2/5/06 H 3 - 6x (last: vs. SCU, 4/21/06) 2B 2 - vs. CAL, 2/13/05 3B 1 - vs. SCU, 4/21/06 HR 1 - 6x (last: at UCR, 3/25/06) RBI 5 - at SCU, 4/18/05 BB 2 - 2x (last: at SMC, 4/3/05) K 3 - vs. PEP, 4/30/04 SB 1 - 7x (last: vs. GU, 4/30/06) CS 1 - 10x (last: vs. GU, 4/29/06) PO 17 - vs. CHAP, 2/23/05 A 4 - 3x (last: at UCR, 3/26/06) E 1 - 8x (last: vs. SCU, 4/22/06) Hit Streak 7 (2006)

Briefly A.J. LaMonda is in his senior season with the Lions after obtaining a medical redshirt for 2007... expected to finish his career as a four-year starter at first base... At LMU 2007... utilized redshirt season after breaking his wrist during opening weekend... was a Baseball America Preseason first-team All-WCC pick at first base... recorded three hits in nine at bats as LMU’s starting first baseman before injury... 2006... played in 50 games for the Lions, starting 45 ... hit .296 in WCC play and .273 on the season... added 25 RBI... was Baseball America’s preseason pick for the WCC’s best defensive first baseman... went on to post a .989 fielding percentage... hit safely in seven straight games in April... 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, Calif... product of same high school program as current LMU teammate Greg 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 County, Calif... 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.

LOWE

Briefly Michael Lowe begins his first season with the Lions... High School a 2007 graduate of Jesuit Prep in Portland, OR... earned four varsity letters for Coaches Craig Webster and Don Lovel... team captain senior year... a three-time all-league selection... all-state selection as a junior... led the Metro League in stolen bases as a junior and senior... Personal Michael Remy Olsen Lowe was born on June 23, 1987... mother is Candace, father is Michael and stepmother is Cheri... has two sisters, Dannielle and Shikara, and a half brother and sister, William and Kasha... also played football and basketball in high school... undecided on a major.


BERNARDY

KOCH

· BERNARDY · ESQUIVEL

Briefly Matt Koch begins his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Mira Costa HS in Manhattan Beach, CA... earned two varsity letters for Coach Mike Neily... team captain as a senior... a two-time All-Area selection, two-time All-League selection and two-time all-CIF selection... earned All-State as a junior... scholar athlete all four years of high school... Personal Matthew Michael Koch was born November 21, 1988 in Inglewood, CA... son of Cathy and Ron Koch... has three brothers, Scott, Chris and Brady... a natural science major.

Briefly T.J. Bernardy is in his second season with LMU baseball after transferring from Cosumnes River Junior College in Sacramento, Calif. as a sophomore... At LMU 2007... named LMU baseball newcomer of the year... started 17 of LMU’s 21 WCC games, batting .250... his seven RBI in conference play ranked fourth on the Lions... had a season-high three hits, three RBI, and two runs in a 15-15 tie with UC Irvine on 2/11... has a season-high two doubles in a 2-1 win over Portland on 5/13... was 3-for-4 with a double and RBI in a 4-3 win over USF on 3/31... had a good fall season and was named co-defensive MVP of LMU’s Crimson and Navy Fall Series... At Cosumnes River JC 2006... played the season with a broken hamate bone... as the catcher, threw out better than 75 percent of all attempted basestealers for Coach Tony Bloomfield... helped team to the league title... At Sacramento State... 2005... utilized redshirt season... High School a 2004 graduate of Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif... was an All-Serra League pick his senior season... was team MVP as a sophomore for Coach Burt Call... also earned a varsity letter in soccer... Personal Timothy J. Bernardy was born August 26, 1986, in Newport Beach, Calif... son of Stephanie and Tim Bernardy... has two younger sisters, Natalie and Allyson... majoring in business administration.

Briefly Xavier Esquivel is in his second season with LMU baseball... coaches note that he throws hard for his size... At LMU 2007... tied for the team lead with 28 appearances, making four starts for the Lions as a freshman... pitched a seasonhigh 7.0 innings, giving up two runs, and striking out a season-high four batters in a 9-8 win over Cal State Northridge on 3/6... pitched five innings, recorded three strikeouts, and gave up one run in a 3-1 victory over San Diego State on 4/10... recorded his first career save on 4/28 at Santa Clara, pitching the final 2.1 scoreless innings en route to a 7-6 victory... also had a good fall season, earning Most Valuable Pitcher honors during LMU’s Crimson and Navy Fall Series... High School a 2006 graduate of Don Anotonio Lugo High School in Chino, Calif... was a four-time All-Mt. Baldy League selection for Coach Joe Marcos... served as captain his senior season... played for the San Diego Padres scout team... Personal Xavier C. Esquivel was born September 5, 1988, in Pasadena, Calif... now calls Chino, Calif. home... son of Rosalinda and Ceferino Esquivel... has a younger brother, Allende... majoring in business administration. ESQUIVEL • CAREER HIGHS IP 7.0-vs. CSUN, 3/6/07 SO 4-vs. CSUN, 3/6/07

ESQUIVEL • CAREER AT LMU YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R 2007 6.06 0-4 28 4 0 0/0 1 52.0 54 37 Totals 6.06 0-4 28 4 0 0/0 1 52.0 54 37 BERNARDY • CAREER AT YR AVG G-GS AB 2007 .233 37-30 90 Totals .233 37-30 90

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AG WP HP 35 23 18 7 2 8 200 .270 7 3 35 23 18 7 2 8 200 .270 7 3

LMU R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-A 8 21 6 0 0 12 27 .300 13 1 9 5 .333 1 6 2-3 8 21 6 0 0 12 27 .300 13 1 9 5 .333 1 6 2-3

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ESQUIVEL

BERNARDY • LMU CAREER HIGHS AB 5-2x (last vs. Pepperdine, 4/6/07) R 2-vs. UCI, 2/11/07 H 3-2x (last vs. SF, 3/31/07) 2B 2-vs. Portland, 5/13/07 RBI 3-vs. UCI, 2/11/07 BB 2-vs. UCSB, 3/17/07 K 1-9x (last vs. Portland, 5/12/07) SB 1-2x (last vs. Portland, 5/13/07) CS 1-vs. Cal Poly, 3/3/07 PO 11-vs. Portland, 5/11/07 A 3-vs. San Diego State, (4/10/07) E 1-3x (last vs. San Diego, 4/21/07) Hit Streak 5 (2007)


• CAREER AT G-GS AB 22-7 41 37-7 42 59-14 83

SPRAKER • YR AVG 2005 .218 2006 .164 Totals .201

CAREER G-GS 48-44 31-23 79-67

LMU R H 7 13 5 12 12 25

AT CAL AB R 147 26 67 11 214 37

H 32 11 43

2B 4 1 5

3B HR RBI 0 1 3 0 1 6 0 2 9

TB 20 16 36

HBP 1 0 1

SO 6 16 22

GDP 1 0 1

OB% .333 .318 .326

SF 2 0 2

SH 1 0 1

SB-A 0-1 1-1 1-2

2B 6 1 7

3B HR RBI 0 3 15 0 0 3 0 3 18

TB SLG% BB HBP 47 .320 11 2 12 .179 12 2 59 .276 23 4

SO 37 10 47

GDP 1 1 2

OB% .278 .309 .288

SF 2 0 2

SH 13 7 20

SB-A 3-7 0-1 3-8

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SLG% .488 .381 .434

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· JOHNSON · IRVINE · SPRAKER

MENDOZA YR AVG 2006 .317 2007 .286 Totals .301

Briefly Andrew Irvine begins his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Great Oak High School in Temecula, Calif... also attended Temecula Valley High School in Temecula, Calif... earned three varsity letters in his high school career... was named All-League, All-Conference, All-City and All-Area as a junior and senior... was awarded an All-CIF bid as a junior... batted .330 with four home runs as a senior and .524 with five home runs as a junior... also played football in high school... Personal Andrew Robert Irvine was born August 29, 1988 in Torrance, Calif... son of Tracy Irvine and William Sanchez... a business major.

Briefly Kyle Spraker is in his first season with LMU baseball after transferring from Cal... At Cal 2007... utilized his redshirt season... 2006... had 18 starts at second base and five starts at shortstop, batting .164 with a double and three RBI... went 2-for-3 at Arizona State May 26... was 1-for-3 with an RBI at USC Apr. 9... 2005... batted .221 with six doubles, three home runs and 15 RBI... made only seven errors in 182 chances (.962 fielding percentage) and turned 31 double plays... had a sixgame hitting streak from Apr. 20-29 (7-for-21, .333, 2-HR, four RBI)... went 3-for-10 with a home run versus USC Apr. 22-24, and 2-for-3 with a home run versus UC Davis Apr. 26... was 3-for-8 with a three-run homer versus Washington State Mar. 24-26... went 5-for-14 (.357) with a double versus UNLV Mar. 11-13, including a career-high 4-for-5 Mar. 13... had a five-game hitting streak from Feb. 6-18 (8-for16, .500, 3-2B, RBI)... was 5-for-10 with two doubles and an RBI at Loyola Marymount Feb. 12-13... High School a 2004 graduate of St. Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif... earned two varsity letters for Coach Chris Bradford... served as a team captain his senior year... garnered All-League recognition as a sophomore, junior and senior... was voted AllArea and All-State after his senior campaign... batted .420 with three home runs in 17 games as a senior and was named MVP of the 2003 North-South California All-Star Game... also played football in high school... Personal Kyle Zachary Spraker was born January 10, 1986 in Denver, Colo... son of Linda and Terry Spraker... father played football and baseball for the University of Bridgeport... has one brother, Kristopher, who played football at UC Davis and Columbia University... a sociology major.

MENDOZA

MENDOZA • CAREER HIGHS AB 5 - 2x (last: at NMSU, 3/12/06) R 2 - vs. CSUN, 5/16/06 H 3 - vs. UH, 2/19/06 2B 1 - 5x (last: vs. UCSB, 3/16/07) HR 1 - 2x (last: vs. UCD, 3/25/07) RBI 2- (UCSB, 3/16/07) BB 1 - at SJSU, 2/25/06 K 2 - 3x (last: vs. San Diego, 4/21/07) SB 1 - vs. San Diego, 4/21/07 CS 1 - vs. Hawai’i, 2/18/06 PO 12 - at NMSU, 3/12/06 Hit Streak 4-2x (2007)

Briefly Jonathan Johnson begins his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Calif... earned three varsity letters for Coach Spud O’Neil... was a three-time team captain and two-time All-League selection... batted .446 with one home run, 16 RBI, a .524 on-base percentage, nine triples and 37 runs scored as a senior... Personal Jonathan Russell Johnson was born October 27, 1988 in Lakewood, Calif... son of Linda and Russell Johnson... father played football in college... has a brother and a sister, Jeffery and Reanna... a kinesiology major.

MENDOZA

Briefly Brett Mendoza is in his third season with LMU... At LMU 2007... played in 37 games and batted .286 for the season and .353 in WCC play... had a pinch-hit walk-off single to beat Cal State Northridge 9-8 on 3/6... recorded a season-high two hits in a 7-6 win over Santa Clara on 4/28... had a double and two RBI in a 6-4 loss to UCSB on 3/16... 2006... played in 22 games as a freshman... hit .317 with a .488 slugging percentage... went 5-for-10 with two doubles in first collegiate at bats... finished with three multiple-hit games... went 3-for-5 with a double in his second game in a Lion uniform against Hawaii... High School a 2005 graduate of Palos Verdes Penninsula High School in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif... 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... is a product of same high school program as current LMU teammate Andy Beal... Personal Brett Christopher Mendoza was born September 30, 1986, in Anaheim Hills, Calif... 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.


· MEYERS · FILICIA · EUSEBIO · VIRAMONTES VIERRA

Briefly Joe Vierra begins his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Quartz Hill High School in Quartz Hill, Calif... earned three varsity letters for Coach Aaron Kavanaugh... was a team captain in his senior year... voted All-League and All-CIF as a senior... batted .467 with six home runs, 12 doubles, 12 stolen bases, 40 runs scored, 33 RBI and was voted Team MVP and Player of the Year, City All-Star and CIF All-Star after his senior campaign... also played soccer in high school... was the valedictorian of his class... Personal Joseph David Vierra was born October 24, 1988 in Lancaster, Calif... son of Joy and David Vierra... father played football in college... has two sisters, Mia and Christa... a natural science major.

Briefly Greg Meyers is in his second season with LMU baseball after utilizing his redshirt season in 2007... At LMU 2007... utilized redshirt season... High School a 2006 graduate of Servite High School in Anaheim, Calif... earned three varsity letters as a pitcher and infielder for Coach Todd Cook... product of same high school program as current LMU teammate A.J. LaMonda... Personal Gregory Andrew Meyers was born October 12, 1987, in Santa Ana, Calif... now calls Yorba Linda, Calif. home... son of Kathy and Jeff Meyers... brother Brad was an LMU teammate last season and is now in the Washington Nationals organization... majoring in business administration.

Briefly T.J. Filicia begins his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, Calif... earned varsity letters in his junior and senior years for Coach Matt Chess... was a team captain his senior year while garnering All-League recognition in both his junior and senior campaigns... batted .360 as a senior... was named to the Union Tribune All-Academic Team as a senior… Personal Thomas John Filicia was born January 12, 1989 in San Diego, Calif... son of Theresa and James Filicia... has two sisters, Kristen and Lauren... a communications major.

Briefly Martin Viramontes is in his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Bullard High School in Fresno, Calif... earned varsity letters in his sophomore, junior and senior years for Coach Chad Thornhill... garnered All-League honors in his junior and senior years while earning All-State and All-CIF recognition after his senior campaign... a member of the Brewers Area Code Squad… was named to the Principal’s Honor Roll and a Scholar Athlete… Personal Martin Viramontes was born July 12, 1989 in Santa Barbara, Calif... son of Theresa and Martin Viramontes... has two sisters, Brittney and Vanessa... a business major.

Briefly Chris Eusebio begins his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, Calif... earned varsity letters in his junior and senior years for Coach Andy Nieto... was a team captain his senior year while garnering All-League, All-CIF and All-Area recognition that same year... batted .378 with a slugging percentage of .610 and an on-base percentage of .433 as a senior... finished the season with a 10-0 pitching record and a 1.70 ERA en route to guiding his team to the CIF Division 5 2007 championship... was named Del Rey League Most Valuable Pitcher... Personal Christopher Torres Eusebio was born October 9, 1989 in Glendora, Calif... son of Lorna and Willy Eusebio... has a sister and a brother, Lynette and Joseph... an electrical engineering major.

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PRESTON • YR AVG 2007 .267 Totals .267

CAREER G-GS 33-23 33-23

H 47 55 51 153

2B 10 22 12 44

3B HR RBI 1 2 19 0 2 26 1 6 28 2 10 73

Briefly Will Dugoni is in his second season with LMU baseball... At LMU 2007... hit .308 in 29 games for the Lions... had a hit in each of his first seven collegiate starts... had a season and careerhigh three hits in a 15-7 loss to San Jose State on 2/25, a game in which he also tied season highs with one run, one RBI, and one double... High School a 2006 graduate of Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, Calif... product of same high school program as current LMU teammates Steve Connolly and Michael Glomb... was an All-WCAL selection as a senior after hitting .395 for Coach Gary Cunningham... as a senior, was the starting shortstop for the top-ranked team in the state and the fifth-ranked team in the nation... also earned a varsity letter in water polo... Personal William Ernest Dugoni III was born September 1, 1988, in Sacramento, Calif... now calls Fremont, Calif. home... son of Arlene and William Dugoni, Jr... mother played volleyball for Saint Mary’s, while father played basketball for UC Davis... has an older sister, Amanda, and two younger brothers, Andrew and Matthew... majoring in business law.

TB 65 83 83 231

DUGONI • CAREER HIGHS AB 5-2x (last vs. Cal Poly, 3/4/07) R 1-6x (last vs. Santa Clara, 4/27/07) H 3-vs. SJSU, 2/25/07 2B 1-2x (last vs. SJSU, 2/25/07) RBI 1-3x (last vs. Tulane, 3/11/07) BB 1-2x (last UCSB, 3/17/07) K 3-vs UCSB, (3/17/07) SB 1-2x (last vs. Portland, 5/13/07) CS 1-2x (last vs. UCSB, 3/16/07) PO 3-2x (last vs. CSUN, 3/6/07) A 6-vs. SJSU, 2/25/07 E 1-9x (last vs. Saint Mary’s, 4/15/07) Hit Streak 7 (2007)

SLG% .396 .469 .397 .420

BB 10 23 13 46

HBP 0 1 5 6

SO GDP 39 3 47 4 54 8 140 15

OB% .326 .389 .303 .338

SF 1 2 1 4

SH 3 3 5 11

SB-A 0-1 1-6 1-5 2-12

AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-A 90 11 24 4 0 3 16 37 .411 6 3 25 2 .327 2 0 1-1 90 11 24 4 0 3 16 37 .411 6 3 25 2 .327 2 0 1-1

DUGONI • CAREER AT LMU YR AVG G-GS AB R 2007 .308 29-14 52 6 Totals .308 29-14 52 6

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-A 16 2 0 0 3 18 .346 2 5 13 0 .390 0 2 2-4 16 2 0 0 3 18 .346 2 5 13 0 .390 0 2 2-4

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DOVEL • CAREER HIGHS AB 6-2x (last: at LBSU, 4/17/07) R 3 – 3x (last: vs. UCI, 2/11/07) H 4 - 2x (last: vs. LBSU, 4/17/07) 2B 3 - vs. PEP, 4/1/06 3B 1 -2x (last: vs. CSUN, 4/6/07) HR 1 - 10x (last: at San Diego, 4/22/07) RBI 4 (last: Long Beach, 4/17/07) BB 3 - vs. SCU, 4/22/06 K 3 - 6x (last: Santa Clara, 4/27/07) SB 1 -2x (last: vs. San Diego State, 4/10/07) CS 1 - 10x (last: at Santa Clara, 4/27/07) PO 15 - vs. Long Beach, 4/17/07 A 3 - 4x (last: vs. UCI, 3/14/06) E 1 - 18x (last: vs. Long Beach, 5/15/07) Hit Streak 9 (2006)

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· PRESTON · DUGONI

DOVEL • CAREER AT LMU YR AVG G-GS AB R 2005 .287 49-47 164 23 2006 .311 53-52 177 31 2007 .244 56-55 209 22 Total .278 158-154 550 76

Briefly Andy Preston is in his first season with LMU baseball after transferring from Purdue University... At Purdue University 2007... batted .267 with three home runs, four doubles and 16 RBI in 33 games... spent the summer playing for the Santa Barbara Foresters of the California Collegiate League... batted .376 with three home runs, 14 doubles and 51 RBI while helping lead the Foresters to a 4th-place finish at the NBC World Series... At Garden City CC was a two-time All-Jayhawk Conference selection... 2006... batted .390 as a sophomore, picking up 64 hits in 51 games... had 20 doubles and four home runs while scoring 43 runs and driving in 31... had a slugging percentage of .585 and an onbase percentage of .495 in his second season... garnered Academic All-American recognition... 2005... hit .368 as a freshman with 14 doubles, two home runs and 28 RBI... High School a 2004 graduate of Buhler High School in Buhler, Kan... earned four varsity letters for Coach Brian Moler... garnered All-League honors as a sophomore, junior and senior, and All-State accolades as a junior and senior... led the team in batting average, hits, doubles, RBI and slugging percentage in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... played for the Wichita Sluggers during the summers, claiming team’s Outstanding Hitter Award in 2003 and 2004... also earned three letters in basketball and two in football... Personal William Andrew Preston was born September 28, 1985 in Hutchinson, Kan... son of Beth and William Preston... mother played basketball for Wichita State and father played baseball for Kansas State... has one sister, Amy... a secondary education major.

DOVEL

Briefly Sean Dovel is in his fourth season with LMU baseball... At LMU 2007... played in all 56 games for the Lions, seeing time at catcher, first base, and designated hitter... led the Lions with six home runs... also among team leaders in doubles (12) and RBI (28)... had two 4-hit games in 2007: one a 4-for-5, two RBI effort against UC Irvine and the other a 4-for-6, four RBI game at Long Beach State... had eleven multi-hit games... 2006... received All-WCC honorable mention recognition for the second straight season... finished the season ranked 14th in the nation in doubles per game, averaging .42... totaled 22 doubles, which ranked him eighth all-time on the LMU season doubles list... hit .311 with a slugging percentage of .469... named WCC Player of the Week and a College Baseball Foundation National Honor Roll player for the week of April 3 after going 7-for-12 with five doubles, five runs scored, and four RBI in the three-game series against 19th-ranked Pepperdine... 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 homers, 18 RBI, and 29 runs scored... 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, Calif... son of Amie and the late Tom Dovel... has one brother, Jason... a business administration major.


· CHO · ROBERTS SONGCO

Briefly Angelo Songco is in his second season with LMU baseball... named to the Brooks Wallace Award Preseason Watch List... selected preseason All-Conference by Rivals. com... At LMU 2007... selected as a Freshman All-American by both Collegiate Baseball and Ping! Baseball... also named WCC Freshman of the Year... selected to both the All-WCC and All-WCC Freshman teams... played in all 56 games for the Lions... led the team in doubles (22), RBI (33), and slugging percentage (.528), and was second on the team with a .321 batting average, 36 runs, and four home runs... led the Lions in WCC play in batting average (.392), hits (29), doubles (10), slugging percentage (.635), and on-base percentage (.464)... had 20 multi-hit games, including four three-hit games... had a career-high three RBI on 5/6 in a loss to Gonzaga... led the Lions with eight outfield assists... High School a 2006 graduate of Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, Calif... earned four varsity letters for Coach Randy Thompson... was a three-time team captain and two-time All-League selection... Personal Mario Angelo Saldaña Songco was born September 9, 1988 in Van Nuys, Calif... son of Maria and Antonio Songco... father played baseball for St. Joseph’s College... has three brothers, Marco, Ryan, and Nico... a business administration major.

Briefly Ernie Cho is in his third season with LMU... At LMU 2007... made six appearances for the Lions... pitched 1.0 scoreless inning in a 10-6 loss to San Diego State on 2/13... pitched 1.0 scoreless inning in a 6-5 win over San Jose State on 3/24... 2006... made five appearances on the mound, but did not factor into any decisions... tallied two strikeouts in his four innings of work... also had four at-bats... High School A 2005 graduate of Palm Desert High School in Palm Desert, Calif... was a two-time 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... now calls Hacienda Heights, Calif. home... son of Insook and Seong Cho... has one sister, Priscilla... also recruited by Stanford, Cal, USC, and UC Riverside... a business major. SONGCO • CAREER HIGHS AB 5-7x (last: vs. Gonzaga, 5/06/07) R 3-vs UCI, 2/11/07 H 3-4x (last vs. Gonzaga, 5/6/07) 2B 2-4x (last vs. SF, 4/1/07) 3B 1-3x (last vs. Saint Mary’s, 5/12/07) HR 1-4x (last vs. Saint Mary’s, 4/13/07) RBI 3-vs Gonzaga, 5/6/07 BB 2-3x (last vs. Long Beach State, 4/5/07) K 3-vs UCI, 4/24/07 SB 1-5x (last vs. Portland, 5/11/07) CS 1-2x (last vs. Long Beach State, 4/17/07) PO 8-vs UC Davis, 3/25/07 A 1-8x (last vs. Long Beach State, 5/15/07) E 1-3x (last vs. UC Davis, 3/25/07) Hit Streak 11 (2007)

CHO • CAREER HIGHS IP 1.0 - 5x (last: vs. San Jose State, 2/24/07) SO 1 - 5x (last: vs UCSB, 3/18/07) ROBERTS • CAREER HIGHS IP 3.2 (last: vs. San Jose State, 2/24/07) SO 3 - at San Jose State, 2/25/06

SONGCO

SONGCO • CAREER AT LMU YR AVG G-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-A 2007 .321 56-54 193 36 62 22 3 4 33 102 .528 30 2 37 1 .405 7 1 5-7 Totals .321 56-54 193 36 62 22 3 4 33 102 .528 30 2 37 1 .405 7 1 5-7 CHO • CAREER AT LMU YR ERA W-L APP GS 2006 18.00 0-0 5 0 2007 14.54 0-1 6 0 Totals 16.20 0-1 11 0 ROBERTS • YR ERA 2006 4.68 2007 6.00 Totals 5.24

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Briefly Lee Roberts is in his third season with LMU after walking-on to the team as an academic sophomore... At LMU 2007... finished fifth on the Lions with 17 appearances... in two games against USC, pitched a combined 5.1 innings, with no earned runs on four hits and three strikeouts... recorded only win of the season on 3/4, pitching one scoreless inning in a 5-4 victory over Cal Poly... made first career start on 3/6 in 9-8 victory over Cal State Northridge... 2006... earned WCC All-Freshman recognition after finishing league play with three saves and an ERA of 1.80 in 15 innings of work... led the team in saves (3)... finished the season with the bullpen’s top ERA (4.68)... went 2-0 in 23 appearances and 32.2 innings pitched... strikeout to walk ratio was 16:8... High School a 2004 graduate of Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, Calif... 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.

CG 0 0 0

SHO/CBO SV 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0

CAREER AT LMU W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV 2-0 23 0 0 0/0 3 1-1 17 1 0 0/0 0 3-1 40 1 0 0/0 3

30

IP 4.0 4.1 8.1

H 11 7 18

R 8 8 16

ER 8 7 15

BB 6 4 10

SO 2 3 5

2B 0 2 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 1 1

AB 21 21 42

B/AV .524 .333 .429

WP HP 3 1 0 3 3 4

IP 32.2 24.0 56.2

H 45 42 87

R 18 20 38

ER 17 16 33

BB 8 7 15

SO 16 11 27

2B 8 6 14

3B 1 0 1

HR 1 5 6

AB B/AG 133 .338 107 .393 240 .363

WP HP 5 5 0 8 5 13

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BEAL

BEAL • CAREER HIGHS IP 8.2 - vs. SMC, 4/8/06 SO 6 - 3x (last: vs. SMC, 4/8/06) HERNANDEZ • CAREER HIGHS IP 2.0-vs. Sacramento State, 2/3/07 SO 2-vs. Sacramento State, 2/3/07 BEAL YR 2005 2006 2007 Totals

• CAREER AT LMU ERA W-L APP GS 3.71 4-1 31 0 5.58 5-8 20 14 7.33 2-1 18 1 5.23 11-10 69 15

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO/CBO SV 0/1 3 0/1 0 0/2 5 0/4 8

IP H R 53.1 49 24 90.1 119 66 23.1 38 21 167.0 206 111

HERNANDEZ • CAREER AT LMU YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP 2007 4.91 1-1 2 1 0 0/0 0 3.2 Totals 4.91 1-1 2 1 0 0/0 0 3.2

31

H 4 4

R 3 3

ER 22 56 19 97

BB 30 33 13 76

SO 40 66 20 126

2B 14 21 10 45

3B 1 6 2 9

HR 3 7 1 11

AB B/AV 188 .261 371 .321 105 .362 664 .310

WP HP 2 3 0 9 4 3 6 15

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AG WP HP 2 2 3 1 0 0 15 .267 1 0 2 2 3 1 0 0 15 .267 1 0

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· SIMONITSCH · HERNANDEZ

Briefly Kevin Hernandez is in his second season with LMU baseball after transferring from Moorpark Junior College as a junior, but redshirted the 2007 season due to injury... has three or four pitches and a feel to pitch... At LMU 2007... earned a victory in his first appearance as a Lion, pitching two scoreless innings in an 8-1 win over Sacramento State on 2/3... pitched in just two games and led all returners with a 4.91 ERA before missing the rest of the season due to injury... utilized medical redshirt season... At Moorpark JC 2005-06... threw two seasons for Coach Mario Porto... named to the National Deans’ List... High School a 2004 graduate of Moorpark High School in Moorpark, Calif... earned two varsity letters for Coach Dan Burchfield... Personal Kevin Andrew Hernandez was born May 6, 1986, in Van Nuys, Calif... now calls Moorpark, Calif. home... son of Irene and Jorge Hernandez... has a younger brother, Keenan... majoring in business administration.

BEAL

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Briefly Evan Simonitsch begins his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of St. Francis High School in La Cañada, Calif... earned three varsity letters for Coaches Mike Solar and Brian Esquivel... was a two-time team captain and was selected All-League after his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... garnered All-Area recognition after his junior and senior campaigns, while earning an All-CIF bid as a junior... finished his senior year batting .426 with 22 runs scored, 27 RBI, six doubles, two triples, one home run and 11 stolen bases... Personal Evan Joseph Simonitsch was born February 2, 1989 in Glendale, Calif... son of Emily and Errol Simonitsch... has one brother, Errol, who played baseball for Gonzaga... a communication major.

HERNANDEZ

Briefly Andy Beal is in his fourth season with LMU baseball... coaches praise him for doing everything they’ve ever asked of him, whether it be to start or come out of the pen... coaches note he is one of the toughest and most composed pitchers on the staff and know he will see a great number of innings again this season, whether as a starter or reliever... At LMU 2007... led the Lions with five saves and posted a 2-1 record for the season... finished fourth on the team with 18 appearances... pitched 5.0 scoreless innings on 2/24 to earn his first win of the season in a 6-5 victory over San Jose State... earned saves in all three games of a 3-game sweep of Cal Poly... did not allow a run during seven straight appearances at one point in February and March, a span of 12.0 innings in which he recorded two wins and three saves... 2006... led the team in strikeouts with 66 in 90.1 innings of work... posted a strikeout to walk ratio of 66:33... made 20 appearances on the season... threw the first 6.2 scoreless innings in a combined shutout effort over UC Santa Barbara... was not charged with a wild pitch or a balk in his more than 90 innings on the season... 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, Calif... 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 All-CIF 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, Calif... now calls Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. home... son of John and Linda Beal... father played baseball for La Salle... has two brothers, Greg and Chris, who attended Saint Mary’s... also recruited by USC, Long Beach State, and Arizona State... a sociology major.


· KENNEY · LOWELL WHEELER

Briefly Ryan Wheeler is in his second Briefly Mike Kenney is in his third season season with LMU baseball... is a converted with LMU... third baseman after playing first base in high At LMU 2007... finished third on the Lions school... is a big, physical, left-handed hitter... with 23 appearances and posted two wins... coaches note his great work ethic and feel his had a 3.18 ERA in five games during conferpotential is unlimited... ence play... longest career outing came on 2/13 in a 10-6 loss to San Diego State in which At LMU 2007... hit .375 in 13 conferhe pitched 3.1 innings... pitched 2.0 scoreless ence games... hit .261 for the season, playing innings in a 3-1 win over San Diego State on in 39 games and making 27 starts... recorded 4/10 to earn his first victory as a Lion... threw two hits, one run, one RBI, one walk, and one double in his collegiate debut on 2/23 in a 9-5 the final 2.2 innings earning the win in a 6-5 win over Sacramento State... had two three-hit extra-inning victory over Long Beach State on games in 2007, one on 4/15 in an 8-0 win over 4/17... 2006... his continued rehab allowed Saint Mary’s and on 4/24 in a 14-8 loss to UC him just two appearances... finished the season Irvine... recorded a career-high two RBI in each 0-1... At Saddleback jc utilized his redshirt of those two games as well... High School a 2006 graduate of Torseason... rance High School in Torrance, Calif... was a High School a 2004 graduate of La Costa two-time All-CIF (Div. IV) selection for Coach Canyon High School in Carlsbad, Calif... was a three-year letterman and two-time captain for Ollie Turner... served as captain his senior season... hit .454 with 30 RBI as a senior... was Coach Justin Machado... went 10-0 as a starting pitcher as a junior... also played one season also a three-time All-Pioneer League selection of basketball... in basketball... Personal Michael James Kenney was Personal Ryan Gerard Wheeler was born August 16, 1986, in La Jolla, Calif... son born July 10, 1988, in Torrance, Calif... son of of Peggy and Patrick Kenney... has one sister, Heather and Gerard Wheeler... both parents played basketball in college, father for San Ber- Kaley, and one brother, Christopher... a sociolnadino Valley and mother for the UCLA junior ogy major. varsity team... has a younger brother, Jason... majoring in business administration. WHEELER • CAREER HIGHS AB R H 2B 3B RBI BB K SB PO A E Hit Streak

KENNEY • CAREER HIGHS IP 3.1 - vs. SDSU, 2/13/07 SO 2-2x – (last vs. USF, 3/30/07)

AT LMU AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-A 88 4 23 3 1 0 8 28 .318 7 3 17 3 .337 0 2 2-2 88 4 23 3 1 0 8 28 .318 7 3 17 3 .337 0 2 2-2

KENNEY • CAREER AT LMU YR ERA W-L APP GS CG 2006 99.00 0-1 2 0 0 2007 9.88 2-3 23 0 0 Totals 11.71 2-4 25 0 0

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KENNEY

5-2x (last vs. Saint Mary’s, 4/13/07) 1-4x (last vs. Cal State Fullerton, 5/8/07) 3-2x (last vs. UCI, 4/24/07) 1-3x (last vs. Cal State Fullerton, 5/8/07) 1-vs. UCI, 4/24/07 2-2x (last vs. UCI, 4/24/07) 1-7x (last vs. Cal State Fullerton, 5/8/07) 2-3x (last vs. SJSU, 2/23/07) 1-2x (last vs. Saint Mary’s, 4/15/07) 11-vs. Saint Mary’s, 4/15/07 6-vs. Fresno State, 2/18/07 1-2x (last vs. UNLV, 2/20/07) 5 (2007)

WHEELER • CAREER YR AVG G-GS 2007 .261 39-27 Totals .261 39-27

WHEELER

Briefly Russell Lowell is in his first season with LMU baseball after transferring from Long Beach State... At Long Beach State 2005-07... played for coach Mike Weathers... redshirted as a freshman... made one appearance the 2006-07 season... High School a 2005 graduate of La Costa Canyon HS in Carlsbad, CA... earned two varsity letters for Coach Justin Machado... team captain as a senior... earned All-Conference, All-League and All-CIF honors his senior year... Personal Russell William Lowell was born June 6, 1987 in Encinitas, CA... son of Janet and William Lowell... a sociology major with a business minor.

SHO/CBO SV 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0

IP 0.1 27.1 27.2

LOWELL • CAREER AT LONG BEACH STATE YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP 2007 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 .1 Totals 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 .1

32

H 4 36 40

R 6 36 42

ER 6 30 36

BB 3 19 22

SO 0 11 11

2B 0 5 5

3B 0 2 2

HR 0 5 5

AB B/AV 5 .800 112 .321 117 .342

H 0 0

R 1 1

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AG WP HP 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 1

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WP HP 1 1 3 3 4 4


KEADLE • CAREER HIGHS IP 4.0 - vs. LBSU, 3/7/06 SO 5 - vs. USC, 3/21/06 CONNOLLY • CAREER HIGHS IP 1.0-2x (last vs. Long Beach State, 5/15/07) BUNKIS • CAREER AT LMU YR AVG G-GS AB R 2005 .000 6-0 6 0 2006 .293 26-4 41 2 2007 .254 37-19 67 6 Totals .254 69-23 114 8 KEADLE • CAREER AT LMU YR ERA W-L APP GS CG 2005 13.50 0-0 5 0 0 2006 6.15 0-1 17 3 0 2007 6.37 3-2 28 2 0 Totals 6.82 3-3 50 5 0

H 0 12 17 29

2B 0 3 6 9

3B HR RBI 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 3 8 0 3 16

SHO/CBO SV 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0

IP 4.2 26.1 29.2 60.2

CONNOLLY • CAREER AT LMU YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP 2007 18.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.0 Totals 18.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.0

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TB 0 15 32 47

SLG% .000 .366 .478 .412

BB 0 1 4 5

HBP 0 2 6 8

SO 3 7 14 24

GDP 1 1 2 4

BB 6 15 23 44

SO 1 19 26 46

2B 2 6 5 13

3B 0 1 1 2

OB% .000 .333 .346 .323

SH 0 0 1 1

AB B/AV 23 .391 106 .349 117 .299 246 .329

SB-A 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-2

H 9 37 35 81

R 10 21 24 55

ER 7 18 21 46

H 4 4

R 4 4

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AG WP HP 4 4 0 1 0 0 9 .444 1 0 4 4 0 1 0 0 9 .444 1 0

33

HR 2 0 3 5

SF 1 1 1 3

Briefly Steve Connolly is in his second season with LMU baseball... joined the program as a redshirt sophomore after playing two seasons with LMU club baseball... a left-handed pitcher who will see time out of the bullpen for the Lions... At LMU 2007... made two appearances for the Lions... pitched one inning at Long Beach State, giving up one earned run... LMU club baseball posted a 3.95 ERA with a strikeout to walk ratio of 30:12... threw five complete games in six starts... was a club teammate of current LMU teammate Lee Roberts... High School a 2004 graduate of Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, Calif... earned a varsity letter after going 1-0 for Coach Gary Cunningham... product of same high school program as LMU teammates Will Dugoni and Michael Glomb... Personal Stephen Joseph Connolly was born May 9, 1986, in Cohasset, Mass... now calls Santa Clara, Calif. home... son of Mary and Joe Connolly... mother played ice hockey for Colby College (Maine)... father played baseball for Curry College (Mass.)... has a younger brother, Kevin, and younger sister, Christine... majoring in English with a minor in business administration. BUNKIS • CAREER HIGHS AB 5 - at USF, 5/12/06 R 2 - at UP, 5/21/06 H 2 - 5x (last: at Long Beach, 4/17/07) 2B 1 - 9x (last: at Long Beach, 4/17/07) HR 1 - 3x (last: vs. Santa Clara, 4/29/07) RBI 2 - 2x (last: at USF, 4/1/07) BB 1 - at SJSU, 2/26/06 K 2 – 2x (last: vs. San Diego, 4/21/07) CS 1 - 2x (last: vs. Santa Clara, 4/28/07) PO 17 - at UCD, 3/23/07 A 2-2x (last: Portland, 5/11/07) E 1 - 2x (last: vs. Portland, 5/13/07) Hit Streak 3-3x (2006, 2x-2007)

BUNKIS

WP HP 2 0 5 7 3 6 10 13

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· KEADLE · CONNOLLY

Briefly Nate Keadle is in his fourth season with LMU... At LMU 2007... tied for the team lead with 28 appearances and led the squad with 10 appearances in conference games... finished fourth on the Lions with three wins and 26 strikeouts... posted a 2-0 record in WCC play... that record, along with his 3.35 grade point average earned him a selection to the WCC All-Academic team... pitched 1.1 innings of scoreless relief and earned his first victory of the season in a 4-3 win over UC Davis on 3/24... had a good summer with the El Dorado Broncos of the Jayhawk League, posting a 2.70 ERA with 24 strikeouts in 33.1 innings of work... 2006... totaled 26.1 innings of work in 17 appearances... made three starts for the Lions... 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 firstteam 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... son of Douglas and Diana Keadle... has two brothers, Garrett and Justin, who pitched for Wake Forest... a business administration major.

BUNKIS

Briefly Justin Bunkis is in his fourth season with LMU... At LMU 2007... hit .254 with a .478 slugging percentage in 37 games for the Lions, making 19 starts... finished tied for fourth on the team with three home runs... hit his first career home run in a 9-3 loss to UC Davis on 3/23... was 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, an RBI, and a run scored in a 10-4 loss to San Francisco on 3/30... 2006... played in 26 games... hit .293, going 12-for-41... three of 12 hits were doubles... added seven RBI... posted a .366 slugging percentage... 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 Brett Williams... 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, Calif... now calls Coto De Caza, Calif. home... son of Juris Bunkis and Ruta Sternbergs... father played hockey for University of Toronto... has one sister, Jessica... major is television production with a minor in business administration.


DOVEL

WILLIAMS

· ENOS · BURRELL

Briefly Brett Williams is in his first season with LMU baseball... High School a 2007 graduate of Santa Margarita High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif... earned varsity letters in his junior and senior years for Coach Kris Jondle... served as a team captain in his senior year… a member of his high school honor society… also played basketball in high school… Personal Brett Michael Williams was born March 7, 1989 in Newport Beach, Calif... son of Julie and James Williams... father played baseball at Cal State Fullerton… has a brother and a sister, Rob and Krystal... brother played baseball at Lewis & Clark… is undecided on a major.

Briefly Ollie Enos is in his first season with Briefly Jeremy Burrell is in his second LMU baseball after transferring from The Colseason with LMU baseball... At LMU 2007... made five appearances in lege of Wooster... At The College of Wooster his freshman season... finished fourth among 2007... batted .360 under Head Coach Tim returning relievers with a 6.23 ERA... finished Pettorini... selected First Team All-Conference the season by pitching two scoreless innings after posting 11 doubles, one triple, a home and striking out three batters in his last two run, 34 RBI, a .467 slugging percentage, a .419 outings... on-base percentage and eight stolen bases... High School a 2006 graduate of Culver City High School in Culver City, Calif... was an 2006... batted .352 and garnered All-ConferAll-CIF selection for Coach Rick Prieto... was ence Honorable Mention recognition after finishing with 14 doubles, two triples, two home also a two-time All-Ocean League pick... hit runs, 34 RBI, a .517 slugging percentage, a over .325 as a junior and senior, while posting .424 on-base percentage and 10 stolen bases... ERAs below 2.0 both seasons... also earned a varsity letter in track and cross country... High School a 2005 graduate of The Covenant School in Charlottesville, Va... also at- Personal Jeremy Craig Burrell was born tended Woodberry Forest School in Woodberry October 4, 1988, in Westchester, Calif... son Forest, Va... was a four-year varsity letterwinner of Nickie and Kim Burrell... father is a LMU under Head Coach Doug Smethurst... served alumnus and works at LMU in Facilities Manas team captain in his junior and senior years... agement... has three sisters, Karina, Kelsey, and was awarded All-City, All-Area, All-Conference Hannah, and one brother, Brandon... Karina is and All-State honors in both his junior and a LMU alumna... majoring in English. senior years... garnered First Team All-State BURRELL • CAREER HIGHS Academic recognition for Division II after both IP 1.0-4x (lat vs. Long Beach State, 5/15/07) his junior and senior campaigns... batted .492 SO 2-vs. Long Beach State, 5/15/07 with six home runs and 32 RBI as a senior... on the hill, finished with a 0.76 ERA, 70 strikeouts in 55.1 innings pitched and a perfect game... tabbed as the Central Virginia Player of the Year as a senior before finishing his high school career with a .382 batting average... also competed in basketball in high school... Personal Oliver Colten Enos was born May 18, 1987 in Stanford, Calif... son of Susan and George Enos... father played football and golf for Hamilton College... has one brother, Reilly... a sociology major.

BURRELL

ENOS • CAREER AT YR AVG G-GS 2006 .352 45-41 2007 .360 42-41 Totals .356 87-82 BURRELL • YR ERA 2007 6.23 Totals 6.23

THE COLLEGE OF WOOSTER AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 145 40 51 14 2 2 34 75 150 35 54 11 1 1 34 70 295 75 105 25 3 3 68 145

CAREER AT LMU W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 4.1 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 4.1

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H 7 7

SLG% .517 .467 .492

R 3 3

BB 12 6 18

HBP 9 10 19

SO 17 17 34

GDP 4 3 7

OB% .424 .419 .421

SF 4 1 5

SH 0 0 0

SB-A 10-11 8-9 18-20

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LMU Up Close...................................................................... 36 What LMU is about............................................................. 37 The Colleges........................................................................ 38 Student-Athlete Academic Support................................... 39 Los Angeles Campus

LMU Sports Medicine.......................................................... 40 Strength and Conditioning................................................. 41 Athletics Facilities................................................................ 42 LMU Game Day.................................................................... 43 LMU Champions.................................................................. 44

Athletics Complex

LMU All-Americans.............................................................. 44 LMU Athletics Hall of Fame................................................ 45 Administration.................................................................... 46 Compliance.......................................................................... 47 Los Angeles.......................................................................... 48

President Lawton

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Right Place. Right Time.


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LMU UP CLOSE

LMU Up Close

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aybe it’s that we’re the

Or that our five colleges, all connected

At LMU, we inspire you to take ideas apart

only Catholic University

to Los Angeles, enable students to make

and learn how they fit together. You’ll test

in Los Angeles and one of

current contacts in technology, business,

your limits, forge enduring friendships,

the world’s renowned Jesuit institutions--

politics, art, music, and naturally, the en-

promote justice and become a contribut-

a group that includes 28 U.S. universities

tertainment industry.

ing citizen of the world.

and over 100 schools worldwide.

Yet there’s something more to consider. If

Our curriculum is broad and deep. Our

Or that Loyola Marymount University has

you’re looking for a place to acquire facts

pace is demanding. Our expectations are

been called a Hidden Gem by the Wash-

and skills that will help you get along in

high. Our plans are ambitious. And we’re

ington Post and ranked among the Best in

the world, you have many choices. But if

looking for curious, accomplished, enter-

the West by U.S. News & World Report.

you’re looking for a place where God fits

prising, visionary students eager to em-

Or that our serene campus, overlooking

in, a place that honors faith as well as rea-

brace the challenge.

Marina del Rey, offers one of the most ex-

son, Loyola Marymount University may be

hilarating academic locations anywhere.

the place for you.

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It’s about the support

WHAT LMU IS ABOUT

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 expectations.

it’s who you are with Looking for camaraderie? When it comes to providing friends and mentors, you won’t find a university surpassing LMU. The campus population comes from all 50 states and 70 countries. Better still, LMU offers more than 100 extracurricular organizations that hone the students skills and help them find like-minded colleagues for life. Whatever the religious belief, the university pays attention to individual spirit. “I’ve thought a lot about what makes my friends at college different than 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 advantage 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 university 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 trying to get rid of you,” 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, confidence, and the strength of spirit to achieve anything the students can imagine.

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THE COLLEGES

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he Chronicle of Higher Education notes that at Jesuit institutions, this precept “translates into a large amount of individual attention from faculty members and accessibility to high-level administrators, 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 cultures. LMU brings these gifts together in five colleges: Business Administration, Communications and Fine Arts, Film and Television, Liberal Arts, and Science and Engineering.

A View to a Promising Future

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 screenwriting 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 benefit any disciplineeven 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 West’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.

• Under the direction of award-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,” Honors Program said Kiesner. • The University Honors Pro• From their first year, engineering majors in our COL- gram provides intensive LEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING address an innovareal-world design challenges, like devising plans for and improving LMU’s traffic flow. “The project takes a lot tive academic of creativity and some complex problem-solving,” says experience for serious associate dean Tom Calder. “During students’ presen- the tations, we’ve had the University’s V.P. for facilities sit in student. The to listen to ideas and offer professional feedback.” program combines four in• Students in the SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION terdisciplinary produce their own short films and TV pilots, with act- University Honors core courses with an intensive yearing and music often long sequence in writing, critical thinking and American supplied by student Cultures. A second year-long sequence in the history of performers from our civilization and a course in natural philosophy are also a COLLEGE OF COM- part of the curriculum. All honors students are required MUNICATION AND to display proficiency in a foreign language, take an upFINE ARTS. When per-division ethics course, an interdisciplinary seminar our talent pool can’t in the junior year and a senior thesis. Interested stuaccommodate them, dents should apply to the University Honors Director.

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PROGRAMS OF STUDY Accounting African American Studies Animation Archaeology Art History Asian and Pacific Studies Asian Pacific American Studies Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Business Administration Business Law Chemistry Chicana/o Studies Civil Engineering Classical Civilization Classics Communication Studies Computer Engineering Computer Information Systems Computer Science Dance Economics Electrical Engineering Elementary Education Engineering Physics English Entrepreneurship Environmental Engineering Environmental Science Ethics European Studies Film Production Finance French General Science German Greek History Human Resource Management Humanities Individualized Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Latin Leadership Liberal Studies Liberal Studies - Elem. Edu. Management Marketing Mathematics (Pure and Applied) Mathematics Education Mechanical Engineering Modern Greek Multimedia Music Natural Science Operations Management Peace Studies Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Dentistry Pre-Journalism Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Pediatric Medicine Pre-Veterinary Medicine Psychology Recording Arts Science Education Screenwriting Sociology Spanish Studio Arts Television Production Theatre Arts Theological Studies Travel and Tourism Urban Studies Women’s Studies

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tudents who choose LMU for higher learning receive a world-class education on a campus known for its athletic excellence. The LMU Athletics Department is committed to assisting student-athletes achieve their full potential both academically and athletically.

STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SUPPORT

The Student-Athlete Academic Support Staff exists to support all studentathletes in their goals of getting a degree on time, maintaining athletic eligibility, and preparing for life after LMU. The Academic Support Staff 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 student-athletes. In the past few years the LMU Athletics Department has been in the highest percentile of the APR (Academic Performance Rate) scale among all schools in NCAA Division I. According to the 2006 NCAA Graduation Rate, the LMU Athletics Department posted a rate of 84 percent for all student-athletes who exhausted their eligibility and a rate of 79 percent for those student-athletes who received athletic aid. Listed are some examples from the 2006-2007 academic year of the academic excellence LMU student-athletes epitomize: Academic Services The Academic Center and support staff is housed in Gersten Pavilion, providing academic support for the 350+ athletes in 21 sports. The Academic Center includes a study area and desktop computers for student-athlete use. The staff consists of the Academic Coordinator and three Graduate Assistant/Interns, 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: • • • • • • • •

Major Requirements Priority Registration Study Hall Tutorial Services Laptop Checkout for Team Travel Information about Awards and Post Graduate Scholarships Life skills and Developmental Workshops and Speakers Leadership and Mentoring opportunities

The Athletic Department is committed to ensuring every student-athlete reaches their full potential in the classroom. Each student-athlete is required to be enrolled in 15 units per semester and is asked to keep a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA. Each team can increase the department standard depending on the philosophy of the coach. At-Risk Students If a student falls below a 2.5 GPA during a given semester they are required to meet weekly with a member of the academic support staff and attend study hall the following semester. Depending on the situation and circumstances, the student meetings can last from anywhere between 15 minutes to an hour. To help students in need, tutorial services through the Learning Resource Center (LRC) may be recommended by the advisor or requested by the student. First Year Students All first semester student-athletes are required to meet weekly with a Student-Athlete Mentor to ensure they assimilate to life as a student-athlete at LMU. In addition, they are expected to attend study hall for a minimum of 4 hours weekly, in 2 hour blocks. Students are also encouraged to form study groups with fellow students. Finally, first year students will be enrolled in a one-unit class, LIBA 125, Foundations of Academic Achievement. Taught by the Academic Coordinator, Matt Casaña, this class serves to foster important lessons in students such as time management, study skills, diversity, and nutrition. Academic Services Staff Matt Casaña Academic Coordinator Drew Roberts Academic Services Assistant Brianna Johnson Academic Support Intern Renouk Wijemanne Graduate Assistant

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mcasaña@lmu.edu arober10@lmu.edu Kjohns65@lion.lmu.edu vwijeman@lmu.edu

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

Examples from the 2005-2006 academic year of the academic excellence LMU student-athletes epitomize: • 155 National Scholar-Athletes (Minimum 3.0 GPA in 15 units or more) • 13 West Coast Conference All-Academic Recipients • 5 WWPA Women’s All-Academic Recipients • 4 PCSC All-Academic Recipients • 3 WWPA Men’s All-Academic Recipients • 1 Pacific Coast Swimming Conference All-Academic Recipient • 2 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans • 2 First Team CoSIDA District All-Academic Members • 1 NCAA Post Graduate Award Winner • 7 Recipients of Student-Affairs Leadership Awards

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LMU Sports Medicine and Athletics Training

A Hub of Activity T

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, Steven Cortez 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.”

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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 paperwork, 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-ofthe-art equipment in a 1,000-square foot sports medicine complex. The equipment includes whirlpools, paraffin bath, ultrasound, muscle stimulation and hydrocalators.

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all of which have the specific purpose of improving every athlete’s performance. According to John Frappier, more than 2,000 professional athletes from NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL have participated in the program. Some of the professional athletes who use the system regularly are: Garrett Lowney (2000 and 2004 Olympic Wrestler), Heather Mitts (Professional Soccer Player), Jason Kreis (Professional Soccer Player), Dan O’Brien (Olympic Decathalon Athlete), Cris Carter (All-Pro Wide Receiver), Pascal Dupuis (Minnesota Wild), Jim Kleinsasser (Minnesota Vikings Fullback), Shaun Alexander (Seattle Seahawks), Rick Helling (Baltimore Orioles), Darin Erstad (Anaheim Angels) and Brett Hull (Detroit Red Wings). The tools used to implement the FAST protocols for our student/athletes are: 2 Generation II Super Treadmill (29+ mph, 40% grade), 4 specially designed hardwood plyometric floors, and weight machines designed to target the muscles of the hip girdle, trunk, and legs (2 Hip Machines, 2 Implosion Machines and 2 Plyo Press Machines). Loyola Marymount University is striving in offering our student/athletes an exceptional individualized experience during their time on campus. The Strength and Conditioning program the Athletics Department’s replica of the philosophy by developing the student/athlete potential through specific training routines to the athletes’ sports. Customizing the strength programs ensures the athletes’ growth which in return will help the team win the conference and become a national contender. Life and sports are about opportunities, com-

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mitment and rewards. There are ample opportunities to participate in sports, but athletes need to realize that with these opportunities, they need to commit to being the best they can be. This takes hard work and determination from each individual to optimize their individual talents and abilities. This commitment and dedication leads to secondary benefits of physical and mental fitness as well as the rewards of participation in sports. Every athlete has the opportunity to succeed by using the FAST program but their commitment to go the extra mile turns into lifelong rewards on and off the field.

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he strength and conditioning program at Loyola Marymount University has become over the years an essential component of the Athletic department’s quest for Building Champions. The program is constantly looking on adding different training mechanisms for the benefit of our student/athletes under the guidance of Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Sergiu Boerica and his assistant, Ciara Carl. In the past three years, the Strength and Conditioning program has tried to implement the Frappier Acceleration Speed Training (FAST) based on a partnership that has been established with Athletic Republic Corporation which it is running this speed training system. The FAST speed training protocols has been established through research and development by John Frappier, MS in Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology and his team of researchers, starting 1986. John Frappier’s scientifically designed Programs have two goals: to make the athlete as efficient as possible and to find a balance between different muscles. In order to increase speed, there are two elements which can help do that: stride length and stride frequency. “The longer the stride and the more frequently it occurs, the more ground you’ll cover in a shorter period of time.” states Frappier. The FAST Programs are complex and systematic. They bring together the key components of improved speed, agility and overall athletic performance. Through out the training period, specific attention is given to: • Sprint mechanics • Neuromuscular coordination • Anaerobic and aerobic conditioning • Muscle physiology


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LMU Athletics’ Facilities

Building Champions 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. The complex continues to grow and improve with each year. The facilities include Albert Gersten Pavilion, George Page Stadium, Sullivan Field, the Burns Recreation and Aquatics Center, the Jane Bove Boathouse, Smith Field, the LMU Tennis Complex, which includes the George P. Kading and Morris A. Pivaroff Tournament Court completed in 2004, and the Thomas Higgins Short Game Center, a practice facility for the golf program. Also completed in 2004 was the addition of Pride Park, the new entrance to baseball’s Page Stadium The newest facility for the Lions is Smith Filed, complete with inset dugout, state-ofthe-art scoreboard, natural grass seating for more than 500 and batting cages. Completed at the same time was the short game center, a pitch and putt practice facility behind the centerfield fence of Smith Field. It includes a pair of bunkers and plenty of space for putting at different angles. The existing centerpiece to the LMU athletics facilities is Albert Gersten Pavilion, entering its 27th year as the home to LMU’s indoor athletic events. Hosting men’s and women’s basketball and

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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 25th 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

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country, LMU hosted the Men’s Water Polo NCAA National Championships in December of 2002 and again in 2006. 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. 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 Tennis Center grew to six courts in 2004 with the Kading and Pivaroff Tournament Court, the centerpiece of the facility. A new Daktronics scoreboard was added to the facility in 2006. 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 2005, the Athletics Department was included as 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.

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Lion Spirit

ORIGIN OF THE LION

Although 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.

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PEP BAND

In what many consider its first appearance at any LMU athletic event, the LMU Pep Band broke onto the scene late in the 2001-02 season. Bringing energy and atmosphere to athletics events, the Pep Band is the latest addition to making LMU the best place to play and watch. Making up the 35-member band, with more members on the way, are LMU students from all backgrounds. The band is in its sixth year.

LionPride

This organization is the official student booster club of LMU athletics. Seen throughout the athletic season, LionPride has been a major reason for record student attendance the last several years. With more than 1,000 members this year, LionPride will be a factor at LMU events. Open to all students enrolled at LMU, LionPride offers free admission to all home regular season athletic events, opportunity to participate in ingame promotions, drawings for valuable prizes and much, much more, including the LionPride T-Shirt. In addition, LionPride makes its way to road games thanks to multiple road trips through out the year.

when the university was known as Loyola, the current cheer team has grown to a serviceoriented organization that not only appears and supports all 21 LMU athletic teams and events, but performs community service. The cheer squad has continued to impress with its overall ingame routines with advanced tumbling, stunt and dance performances. In addition to providing support to the teams during the games, the squad will once again perform halftime and timeout routines. This year’s squad includes Kristina Alarcon, Analee Almeida, Amanda Barthel, Alyse Chong, Heather Chong, Kristen Cirillo, Oscar Contreras, Ashley Cordes, Arianne Cortes, Lisa Green, Kim Hein, Penelope Horan, Caroline Jahna, Kendra Jones, Julia Karnoski, Tracie Kogura, Thomas Miller, Teresa Moore, and Amanda Veitia.

CHEER TEAM

The Loyola Marymount University Cheer Squad became the an official varsity sport sponsored by LMU in the Summer of 2005 and are a co-ed competition team that performs annually at the USA Nationals. Serving as a “Spirit Squad” for men’s basketball

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LMU ALL-AMERICANS

CHAMPIONSHIPS & NCAA APPEARANCES Women’s basketball WCC Championships: NCAA Appearance: NIT Appearance:

2004 2004 2001

Women’s rowing WCC Championships: 2006 1980-81 Varsity Four National Champions 1988-89 Varsity Four National Champions Women’s cross country Individual NCAA Championships: 1980 (AIAW) Terese Kozlowski 17:34.9 (National Champion) Individual WCC Champion: 2006 Laura Mickelson - 21:16 (6k) 2001 Edit Pakay - 17:58 1991 Gina Eron - 19:15 Women’s soccer NCAA Tournament Appearances: 2002, 2006 SOFTBALL WISL Championships: PCSC Championships: NCAA Appearance:

1996, 1999, 2000 2003, 2005, 2007 2005, 2007

Women’s Tennis WCC Championships: NCAA Tournament Appearances:

2002 2002

women’s track Individual NCAA Regional Appearance: 2007 Laura Mickelson (5,000-meter) 17:04.68 (15th) 2006 Laura Mickelson (5,000-meter) 17:16.59 (4th) Sara Mickelson (5,000-meter) 17:51.09 (13th) Individual NCAA Championship Appearance: 2006 Laura Mickelson (5,000-meter) 16:43.61 (22nd) Women’s volleyball WCC Championships: 1986, 1994, 1995, 1996 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1986, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005 NIVC Tournament Appearances: 1990, 1992 women’s water polo WWPA Championships: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 NCAA Appearances: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Baseball WCC Championships: 1973, 1986, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2000 NCAA Appearances: 1973, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2000 College World Series: 1986

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Building Champions - LMU Athletics Highlights men’s basketball WCC League Championships: 1961, 1988, 1990 WCC Tournament Championships: 1988, 1989 NCAA Appearances: 1961, 1980, 1988, 1989, 1990* NIT Appearances: 1986 men’s crew 1992 Light Weight Four Pacific Coast Champions men’s golf WCC Championships: 2006 NCAA Regional Appearance: 2006 NCAA Championship Appearance: 2006 WCC Individual Champions: 2006 - Brian Locke; 2007 - Brian Locke men’s soccer NCAA Tournament Appearance: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 men’s track Individual NCAA Championship Appearance: 1950 Bob Boyd - n/a (1st) men’s water polo WWPA Championships: 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 NCAA Final Four: 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 ALL-AMERICANS

2000-01 Sarah McFarland (WVB- 1st-Team) Kevin Witt (MWP - 3rd-Team) Lucy Windes (WWP - 2nd-Team) 2001-02 Kevin Witt (MWP - 2nd-Team) Kevin Paulsen (MWP - HM) Stephen Lipinski (MWP - HM) Devon Courtney (WWP - 3rd-Team) Lucy Windes (WWP - 2nd-Team) Teresa Guidi (WWP - 2nd-Team) Sean Smith (BASE - Freshman 1st-Team) Joe Frazee (BASE - Freshman HM) Billy Lockin (BASE - 1st-Team) 2002-03 Andres Murriagui (MSOC - 1st-Team) Arturo Torres (MSOC - 3rd-Team) Jeff Kovar (MSOC - Academic 1st-Team) Kevin Witt (MWP - 3rd-Team) Teresa Guidi (WWP - 2nd-Team) Rachel Riddell (WWP - 3rd-Team) Katie Hicks (WWP -HM) 2003-04 Kelli Nerison (WVB - HM) Kevin Novak (MSOC- HM) Michael Erush (MSOC -1st-Team) Endre Rex-Kiss (MWP - 2nd-Team) Teresa Guidi (WWP - 1st-Team) Devon Wright (WWP - 2nd-Team) Stacia Peterson (WWP - HM) Billy Lockin (BASE - 1st-Team)

(since 1990)

1989-90 Bo Kimble (MBB - 2nd-Team) Hank Gathers (MBB - 2nd-Team) 1990-91 Kerry House (WVB - HM) 1995-96 Julie Greer (WVB- HM) 1996-97 Kim Blankinship (WVB - 3rd-Team) Tracy Holman (WVB - HM) 1997-98 Sarah Noriega (WVB - 1st-Team) Reid Priddy (MVB - 2nd-Team) Robert Schildts (MVB - 3rd-Team) Scott Walter (BASE - Freshman 1st-Team, Michael Schultz (BASE - Freshman 1st-Team) Ryan Beaver (BASE - Freshman HM) 1998-99 Reid Priddy (MVB - 2nd-Team) Billy Traber (BASE HM) Curt Fiore (BASE - 3rd-Team) 1999-2000 Sarah McFarland (WVB - 2nd-Team) Tracy Sharp (WSOC - HM) Reid Priddy (MVB - 1st-Team) Scott Walter (BASE - 2nd-Team) Billy Traber (BASE -2nd-Team)

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2004-05 Matt Kovar (MSOC - 3rd-Team) Diego Barrera (MSOC - Freshman 3rd-Team) Endre Rex-Kiss (MWP - 2nd-Team) Kelli Nerison (WVB- HM) Stacia Peterson (WWP - 2nd-Team) Rachel Riddell (WWP- HM) Vanessa Glendenning (WCRW - HM) 2005-06 Endre Rex-Kiss (MWP - 2nd-Team) Ian Elliott (MWP - HM) Brian McShane (MWP - HM) Brian Locke (MG - HM) Liz Stewart (WCRW -2nd-Team) Christine Robinson (WWP - 3rd-Team) Katie Hicks (WWP - HM) 2006-07 Kim Feeney (WSOC - Freshman 4th-Team) Amanda Lenor (WSOC - 1st-Team) Ian Elliott (MWP - 3rd-Team) Brian McShane (MWP - HM) Stacia Peterson (WWP - 3rd-Team) Brian Locke (MG - 3rd-Team) Angelo Songco (BASE - Freshman 1st-Team) CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 2006-07 Laura Mickelson (WXC) Stacia Peterson (WWP) 2002-03 Jeff Kovar (MSOC) 1998-99 Heather Hollis (SOFT) 1995-96 Sandor Demosthenes (BASE) 1993-94 Anthony Napolitano (BASE) 1972-73 Dean Jelmini (BASE) Steve Smith (MBB)

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LMU Athletics Hall of Fame & Retired Jerseys Baseball Bean, William “Billy” 1992 Bradberry, Miah 2000 Kerslake, Bob “Whitey” 2007 Layana, Timothy 1992 Logelin, Dr. Michael G. 1991 McAnany, James E. 1993 Napolitano, Anthony 2005 Noah, Russ 1986 Sheldon, Robert 1986 Stone, Jerry 1986 WOMEN’S Rowing Hjelm, Karen (Hock) 2000 Formento, Merri Lisa 1991

MEN’S Basketball Adelman, Rick 1986 Arndt, John 1986 Baker, Dick 1993 Bento, Ed 1986 Brown, Garnette 1987 Donovan, Bill 1986 Fryer, Jeff 2007 Gathers, Hank 2005 Grote, Jerry 1986 Haderlein, Jim 1986 Kimble, Bo 2005 Kriste, Vide J. 1988 McDonald, Edwin “Scotty” 1987 McKenzie, Forrest 1991 Newell, Pete 1986 Philyaw, Luther 1987 Smith, Keith 2000 Smith, Stephen J. 1991 Woolpert, Phil 1986 Yoest, Mike 1994

MEN’S Tennis Crawford, Roger 1994

1982

WOMEN’S Volleyball Blankinship, Kim 2007 Fort, Andrea 1991 Holman, Tracy 2005 House, Kerry 2003 Lacour, Cheryl 1988 McFarland, Sarah 2007 Petrissans, Catherine 1992 Wohlford, Leslie 1993 Wrensch, Mardell 2005

1996 1987 1998 1991 1983 2000 1988 1989 1996

WOMEN’S Basketball Brown, Sherri (WBB) 2003 Flanagan, Lynn (WBB) 2000

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

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1986 1990 1958 1986 1970 1987 1993 1973 1972 1974 1981 1980

WOMEN’S Cross Country Kozlowski, Therese 1986 Football Acquarelli, Harry 1988 Alker, Guerin P 1991 Andorka, Bela J. 1991 Brito, Gene 1986 Cheatham, Ernie 1986 Currin, Paul 1986 Donahue, Burch A. 1988 Ferris, Neil G. 1991 Giancanelli, Harold “Skip” 1989 Klosterman, Don 1986 Lauermann, Willard “Bill” E. 1988 Musacco, George 1987 Nipp, Maury 1987 Snyder, Frederick 1992

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

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WOMEN’S Tennis Anderson, Kristi 2003 1989 Delgado, Debbie 1994 1985 Patridge, Carolyn B. 1991 1980

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 (1930-38) Malone, Rev. Lorenzo, S.J. 1987 Athletic Admin., Golf Coach (1933-55) 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) RETIRED JERSEYS Name Induct. Bean, Billy 2000 Baseball Holman, Tracy 2000 Volleyball Gathers, Hank 2000 Basketball Kimball, Kealani 2005 Volleyball Kimble, Bo 2000 Basketball Layana, Tim 2000 Baseball McFarland, Sarah 2002 Volleyball Stone, Jerry 2000 Baseball Wrench, Mardell 2000 Baseball

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

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1986 Baseball College World Series

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1998 1990 2004 1990 1986 2000 1974 1996

LMU ATHLETICS 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


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Rev. Robert B. Lawton

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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 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.

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r. William S. Husak begins his 10th 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 new and updated facilities, increased scholarship and operational support and enhancing the coaching and support staff. The past 10 years have been some of the most successful seasons in school history as the Lions won over 56 percent of its dual competitions in that span and claimed the school’s first ever Commissioner’s Cup in 1996. Since 1998, LMU has claimed 22 conference championships and 29 NCAA postseason appearances. Off the field, the Lions have had a 50 percent increase in national scholar-athletes as 155 claimed the honor in the 2006-07 academic year. Husak attributes the current success and the future growth of the program to the staff that is in place. Since he took over the program, the coaching and administrative staffs that lend support to the more than 400 student-athletes has more than doubled in size. A full-time head coach will lead 19 of the 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. The final major piece to LMU Athletics’ growth and success has been Husak’s commitment to facilities. Since he has taken over, $25 million has been put into athletic facilities. That list includes the Burns Aquatics Center, which was used as host to the 2002 and 2006 NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championships. It has been the only time LMU has hosted an NCAA championship. Facility enhancements have also included the brand new Smith Field (softball), Thomas Higgins Short Game Center (golf), the Morris A. Pivaroff and George P. Kading Tournament Court (tennis), and the Jane Browne Bove Boathouse. LMU’s existing facilties have also seen their share of growth, including new bleachers and scoreboard to Sullivan Field (soccer), Mikos Blue Monster and Pride Park to Page Stadium (baseball), and a new sound system, floor design and bleachers in Gersten Pavilion. 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 A&M University. He and his wife of 36 years, Tish, live in Long Beach and have three sons, Greg, Todd and Jon.

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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? 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. You can register by going on-line on the internet at www.ncaaclearinghouse.net. You will need 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 an official copy of your highschool transcripts to the NCAA Clearinghouse for processing. Additionally, you must arrange for official SAT or ACT scores to be sent to the Clearinghouse directly by the testing agency. This can be done on-line at the testing agency’s website. If you have questions, you or your high school counselor can obtain assistance by calling the NCAA 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.

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 from boosters. If an LMU booster is contacting you, please call the LMU Compliance Office as soon as possible at (310) 3387789. 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 A college coach (but not a booster) is permitted to call you (or your parents or legal guardians) on or after July 1 following 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. 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 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 and four-year transfer prospects, you may only receive one phone call per week, regardless of the time period. Exception for Women’s Basketball ONLY Only in the sport of women’s basketball, a college coach (but not a 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 June 21 through June 30 of your junior year in high school. In addition, you can receive three phone

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Unlimited Phone Calls - All Sports Unlimited phone calls can be made to you (or your parents or legal guardians) by a college coach ONLY under the following circumstances: (1) during the five days immediately before your 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 or legal guardians) may telephone a coach at your expense as often as you wish. At the completion of your junior year (after July 1), coaches may also accept collect calls from you, using our tollfree number (1-800-LIONS-R-1). In men’s basketball ONLY, coaches may accept a toll-free call from you no earlier than the conclusion of your sophomore year in high school. RECRUITING CALENDARS 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 understand when you can accept phone calls from college coaches. You can also find the recruiting calendars for all sports online at www.ncaa.org. OFF-CAMPUS CONTACTS In all Sports Other Than Football and Basketball A college coach is permitted to 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 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 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, a college coach may visit your high school (with the approval of your high school principal) only once a week during a contact period. Junior college prospects who are non-qualifiers as determined by the NCAA Clearinghouse may not be recruited until they have completed one academic year at the junior college. In Men’s Basketball A college coach is not permitted to contact you prior to the opening day of classes of your senior year in high school. 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. In Women’s Basketball A college coach is not permitted to contact you prior to the opening day of classes of your senior year in high school. 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 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. 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

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occurs) or watching you practice or 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 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 evaluated an unlimited number of times by a college coach from the college with which you have signed. LETTERS AND RECRUITING MATERIALS In all sports other than men’s basketball, 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. In men’s basketball, you may receive these materials after June 15 at the completion of your sophomore year in high school. This information can only be sent to you through regular mail services. College coaches are not permitted to send anything to you (expect a National Letter of Intent offer) through any express mail service (e.g. Federal Express, UPS, DHL, etc.). For more information, please visit our website at www.LMULions.com. Good Luck and GO LIONS!!!

Basic information Questions? Should you have any questions regarding any NCAA rules, please contact our Compliance Office at (310) 338-7789 or you can contact the NCAA at (317) 917-6222.   GO ONLINE NCAA: www.ncaa.org Loyola Marymount University: www.LMU.edu LMU Athletics: www.LMULions.com   LMU CONTACTS Dan Smith - Associate Athletic Director-Compliance (310) 338-7789 | (800) LIONS-R-1 Brianna Johnson - Compliance Assistant (310) 338-3706 | (800) LIONS-R-1   MAILING ADDRESSES Loyola Marymount University - Department of Athletics Compliance 1 LMU Drive - MS 8235; Los Angeles, CA 90045   NCAA Clearinghouse 301 ACT Drive - Box 4043; Iowa City, IA  522434043 Toll Free – Domestic Callers: (877) 262-1492 Foreign Calls: (319) 337-1492 www.ncaaclearinghouse.net   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.

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How do I know if I’m being recruited? You become a “prospective student-athlete” when you start ninth-grade classes. Before the ninth grade, you become a prospective 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 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 telephone 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.

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


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2007 RESULTS Record: 22-33-1 Home: 11-13-1 Away: 11-20 Conference: 9-12 AVERAGE AVG GP GS .349 56 56 .333 3 2 .321 56 54 .313 56 55 .308 29 14 .296 39 30 .286 37 7 .283 55 55 .269 36 25 .261 39 27 .254 37 19 .244 56 55 .243 37 16 .233 37 30 .229 35 30 .197 32 14 .143 11 1 .137 42 11 .067 13 4

Totals Opponents

.276 56 56 1906 251 527 101 11 24 229 722 .379 .310 56 56 1988 365 616 101 17 42 341 877 .441

AB 232 9 193 201 52 98 42 198 104 88 67 209 70 90 109 71 7 51 15

R 46 1 36 36 6 11 5 25 13 4 6 22 6 8 6 5 2 12 1

H 81 3 62 63 16 29 12 56 28 23 17 51 17 21 25 14 1 7 1

2B 12 0 22 6 2 3 1 7 8 3 6 12 6 6 5 2 0 0 0

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

HR RBI 3 28 0 0 4 33 1 30 0 3 0 5 1 6 1 20 4 21 0 8 3 8 6 28 0 5 0 12 1 8 0 8 0 0 0 5 0 1

TB 108 3 102 74 18 32 16 70 48 28 32 83 23 27 33 16 1 7 1

SLG% BB .466 23 .333 0 .528 30 .368 38 .346 2 .327 8 .381 2 .354 10 .462 4 .318 7 .478 4 .397 13 .329 1 .300 13 .303 14 .225 2 .143 2 .137 5 .067 4

HBP SO 6 14 0 1 2 37 7 27 5 13 2 4 0 16 11 32 0 19 3 17 6 14 5 54 7 13 1 9 2 20 1 19 0 3 2 6 1 4

GDP OB% 7 .418 0 .333 1 .405 3 .435 0 .390 3 .355 0 .318 4 .348 7 .288 3 .337 2 .346 8 .303 2 .321 5 .333 2 .328 1 .227 0 .333 0 .233 2 .300

182 61 322 50 219 63 299 37

.354 .391

SF 2 0 7 2 0 2 0 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

SH 0 0 1 7 2 3 0 7 3 2 1 5 3 6 2 2 0 2 1

SB ATT PO 33 42 115 0 0 16 5 7 125 10 13 175 2 4 20 1 2 53 1 1 8 5 8 59 1 1 27 2 2 39 0 1 170 1 5 267 1 2 38 2 3 160 1 5 106 0 0 49 1 1 3 5 6 27 0 0 14

A 173 4 8 4 28 74 0 134 2 24 9 26 2 17 17 1 2 1 0

E 11 0 3 1 9 3 0 13 0 2 2 8 2 3 10 0 0 0 0

FLD% .963 1.000 .978 .994 .842 .977 1.000 .937 1.000 .969 .989 .973 .952 .983 .925 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

24 47 71 103 1485 592 75 .965 26 43 54 77 1508 657 70 .969

LOB - Team (461), Opp (490). DPs turned - Team (41), Opp (52). CI - Team (1), BERNARDY, T. 1. IBB - Team (16), FARRIS, E. 7, SONGCO, A. 4, DOVEL, S. 2, SHOOP, T. 1, MILLER, D. 1, ZELLER, J. 1, Opp (18). Picked off - FARRIS, E. 3, MILLER, D. 2, WHEELER, R. 1, DOVEL, S. 1, DUGONI, W. 1, SONGCO, A. 1.

BY EARNED RUN AVERAGE Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO/CBO FEASER, B. 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 MEYERS, B. 3.46 4 4 16 15 1 0/1 RUVALCABA, E 4.44 0 1 16 1 0 0/1 MACIAS, D. 4.63 5 6 15 15 2 0/1 HERNANDEZ, K 4.91 1 1 2 1 0 0/0 WILSON, B. 5.71 4 7 17 15 1 0/0 ROBERTS, L. 6.00 1 1 17 1 0 0/0 ESQUIVEL, X. 6.06 0 4 28 4 0 0/0 BURRELL, J. 6.23 0 0 5 0 0 0/0 KEADLE, N. 6.37 3 2 28 2 0 0/0 BEAL, A. 7.33 2 1 18 1 0 0/2 KENNEY, M. 9.88 2 3 23 0 0 0/0 BUSBIN, T. 12.91 0 0 7 1 0 0/0 CHO, E. 14.54 0 1 6 0 0 0/0 BLACKMON, M. 16.20 0 0 4 0 0 0/0 CONNOLLY, S. 18.00 0 0 2 0 0 0/0 ZELLER, J. 19.06 0 2 5 0 0 0/0

SV IP H 0 0.1 1 0 109.1 116 0 24.1 34 0 93.1 118 0 3.2 4 2 82.0 87 0 24.0 42 1 52.0 54 0 4.1 7 0 29.2 35 5 23.1 38 0 27.1 36 0 7.2 14 0 4.1 7 0 1.2 1 0 2.0 4 0 5.2 18

Totals Opponents

8 495.0 616 365 313 219 299 101 17 42 11 502.2 527 251 209 182 322 101 11 24

5.69 3.74

22 33 56 33 22 56

56 4 56 3

2/2 1/1

R 0 50 14 55 3 60 20 37 3 24 21 36 15 8 3 4 12

ER 0 42 12 48 2 52 16 35 3 21 19 30 11 7 3 4 12

BB 0 23 14 26 2 46 7 23 1 23 13 19 8 4 4 4 2

SO 0 85 16 51 3 45 11 18 3 26 20 11 4 3 1 0 2

2B 1 14 6 19 1 14 6 7 2 5 10 5 5 2 0 1 3

3B 0 1 2 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1

HR 0 6 1 5 0 3 5 8 1 3 1 5 1 1 0 0 2

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK 2 .500 0 0 0 417 .278 0 9 1 108 .315 5 2 1 368 .321 2 5 0 15 .267 1 0 0 312 .279 11 17 2 107 .393 0 8 2 200 .270 7 3 1 20 .350 1 0 0 117 .299 3 6 0 105 .362 4 3 1 112 .321 3 3 0 38 .368 2 3 0 21 .333 0 3 0 6 .167 2 1 0 9 .444 1 0 0 31 .581 0 0 0

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

SHA 0 8 1 13 0 5 1 5 1 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 1

1988 .310 1906 .276

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42 63 25 61

8 9

PB - Team (10), DOVEL, S. 9, BERNARDY, T. 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (8), MEYERS, B. 4, DOVEL, S. 1, WILSON, B. 1, ESQUIVEL, X. 1, MACIAS, D. 1, Opp (9). SBA/ATT - DOVEL, S. (29-38), BERNARDY, T. (25-32), MACIAS, D. (7-15), MEYERS, B. (10-15), WILSON, B. (8-10), KEADLE, N. (6-9), ESQUIVEL, X. (4-7), ROBERTS, L. (5-6), KENNEY, M. (4-5), BEAL, A. (3-3), BUSBIN, T. (3-3), CHO, E. (2-2), ZELLER, J. (1-1), RUVALCABA, E (1-1).

ATTENDANCE: Home (10,873, 434 average), Total (38,969, 695 average) HOME RUNS (24): Solo-HR (20), 2-run HR (4) MULTI-HIT GAMES: Farris (25), Songco (20), Miller (17), Glomb (14), Dovel (11), Zeller (7), Herrera (6), Wheeler (6), Wilson (6) MULTI-RBI GAMES: Farris (8), Songco (8), Miller (7), Dovel (7), Herrera (4), Glomb (3), Bunkis (2), Shoop (2), Bernardy (2), Wheeler (2), Wilson (2) HITTING STREAKS: Farris (12), Glomb (12), Songco (11), Miller (9), Dovel (8), Dugoni (7), Zeller (6), Herrera (6), Wheeler (5), Bernardy (5)

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BY BATTING Player FARRIS, E. LaMONDA, A. SONGCO, A. MILLER, D. DUGONI, W. ZELLER, J. MENDOZA, B. GLOMB, M. HERRERA, E. WHEELER, R. BUNKIS, J. DOVEL, S. MULLINS, M. BERNARDY, T. WILSON, B. SHOOP, T. KELLY, T. LaMELL, J. GARCIA, N.


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2007 GAME-BY-GAME

Record: 22-33-1 Home: 11-13-1 Away: 11-20 Conference: 9-12

DATE 2/2 2/3 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/25 2/27 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/13 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/29 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/8 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/15

Opposing team SACRAMENTO STATE SACRAMENTO STATE SACRAMENTO STATE USC at UC Irvine at UC Irvine UC IRVINE at San Diego State at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State UNLV SAN JOSE STATE SAN JOSE STATE SAN JOSE STATE at USC at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Cal Poly CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE at Tulane at Tulane at Tulane at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge UC DAVIS UC DAVIS UC DAVIS SAN FRANCISCO * SAN FRANCISCO * SAN FRANCISCO * at Pepperdine * at Pepperdine * at Pepperdine * SAN DIEGO STATE at Saint Mary’s * at Saint Mary’s * at Saint Mary’s * at Long Beach State SAN DIEGO * SAN DIEGO * SAN DIEGO * UC IRVINE at Santa Clara * at Santa Clara * at Santa Clara * at Gonzaga * at Gonzaga * at Gonzaga * at Cal State Fullerton PORTLAND * PORTLAND * PORTLAND * LONG BEACH STATE

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Score 9-5 8-1 8-5 2-5 0-2 2-7 15-15 6-10 4-15 3-5 4-5 3-5 3-4 6-5 7-15 1-7 5-3 2-0 5-4 9-8 1-4 7-3 3-2 4-6 4-5 2-11 3-9 3-9 4-3 5-16 4-10 4-3 9-4 1-3 5-6 2-3 3-1 11-3 8-0 8-2 6-5 1-5 1-12 3-10 8-14 5-4 7-6 1-11 6-7 2-9 4-6 5-13 3-1 2-11 2-1 2-21

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

Pitcher of record MEYERS, B. (W 1-0) HERNANDEZ, K (W 1-0) WILSON, B. (W 1-0) HERNANDEZ, K (L 1-1) MEYERS, B. (L 1-1) MACIAS, D. (L 0-1) None ZELLER, J. (L 0-1) MEYERS, B. (L 1-2) MACIAS, D. (L 0-2) KENNEY, M. (L 0-1) BEAL, A. (L 0-1) KENNEY, M. (L 0-2) BEAL, A. (W 1-1) ZELLER, J. (L 0-2) CHO, E. (L 0-1) MEYERS, B. (W 2-2) MACIAS, D. (W 1-2) ROBERTS, L. (W 1-0) BEAL, A. (W 2-1) MEYERS, B. (L 2-3) MACIAS, D. (W 2-2) WILSON, B. (W 2-0) ESQUIVEL, X. (L 0-1) ROBERTS, L. (L 1-1) WILSON, B. (L 2-1) KEADLE, N. (L 0-1) WILSON, B. (L 2-2) KEADLE, N. (W 1-1) MACIAS, D. (L 2-3) WILSON, B. (L 2-3) KEADLE, N. (W 2-1) MACIAS, D. (W 3-3) WILSON, B. (L 2-4) ESQUIVEL, X. (L 1-1) MACIAS, D. (L 3-4) KENNEY, M. (W 1-2) WILSON, B. (W 3-4) MEYERS, B. (W 3-3) MACIAS, D. (W 4-4) KENNEY, M. (W 2-2) MEYERS, B. (L 3-4) WILSON, B. (L 3-5) MACIAS, D. (L 4-5) KENNEY, M. (L 2-3) KEADLE, N. (W 3-1) WILSON, B. (W 3-5) MACIAS, D. (L 4-6) ESQUIVEL, X. (L 0-3) WILSON, B. (L 4-6) ESQUIVEL, X. (L 0-4) KEADLE, N. (L 3-2) MEYERS, B. (W 4-4) WILSON, B. (L 4-7) MACIAS, D. (W 5-6) RUVALCABA, E (L 0-1)

Attend 525 547 509 384 705 705 474 328 1768 1770 1758 374 413 421 489 367 817 1095 1235 247 2499 2506 2506 71 142 92 103 416 507 494 441 504 548 219 406 489 287 186 500 500 1079 447 447 549 248 709 407 721 912 957 828 1716 247 486 494 375

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2007 WCC REVIEW

2007 WCC STANDINGS Team WCC PCT San Diego*#^ 18-3 .857 Gonzaga 15-6 .714 Pepperdine^ 14-7 .667 San Francisco 9-12 .429 Santa Clara 9-12 .429 LMU 9-12 .429 Portland 7-14 .333 Saint Mary’s 3-18 .143 *WCC Regular Season Champion # WCC Championship Series Winner ^ NCAA Tournament Participant WCC OFFICE 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

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Overall 43-18 33-25 35-22 27-28 27-29 22-33-1 21-30 21-29-1

2007 ALL-WEST COAST CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Shane Buschini, USD PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Clayton Mortensen, GON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Angelo Songco, LMU COACH OF THE YEAR: Rich Hill, USD All-WCC Team TEAM Pos Yr Jordan Abruzzo# USD C James Allan POR DH Mitchell Bialosky# USF 1B Donald Brown PEP OF Shane Buschini#* USD OF Matt Couch USD RHP Barry Enright#* PEP RHP Logan Gelbrich USD DH AJ Griffin USD RHP Darin Holcomb GON 3B Jonnie Knoble# USF OF Brian Matusz# USD LHP Tommy Medica# SCU C Brad Meyers LMU RHP Clayton Mortensen# GON RHP Jon Norfolk USF C Adam Olbrychowski PEP RHP Adrian Ortiz PEP OF Aaron Poreda* USF LHP Josh Romanski# USD UT Justin Snyder# USD 2B Angelo Songco# LMU OF Shawn Wayt# GON OF Ryan Wiegand# GON 1B Danny Worth PEP SS *Previous Times an All-WCC First Team Pick #Unanimous Selection All-Freshman Team Nate Garcia SCU AJ Griffin USD Steve Kalush SCU Tommy Medica SCU Derek Poppert USF Travis Tartamella PEP Alex Rivers SCU Angelo Songco LMU Jeremy Stumetz GON Randy Wells SMC

RHP RHP RHP C 3B C RHP OF RHP 2B

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2007 WCC REVIEW

West Coast Conference baseball competition continues its long history in 2008, celebrating its 41st anniversary. After years of a two-division format, the league altered the format for the 2006 season. Each team now meets 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’s and women’s basketball, women’s crew, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball.


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

1986 College World Series NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

1986 NCAA West Regional at Los Angeles, CA May 22 UC Santa Barbara L 5-11 May 23 UCLA W 12-10 May 24 UC Santa Barbara W 14-6 May 24 Hawaii W 10-6 May 25 Hawaii W 12-5

POSTSEASON PLAY

1986 College World May 30 Louisiana State June 2 Arizona June 5 Oklahoma State 1988 NCAA Regionals

1989 NCAA Regionals

1990 NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

Series at Omaha, NE W 4-3 L 5-7 L 5-11

1988 NCAA Midwest Regional at Stillwater, OK May 27 Arkansas W 8-3 May 28 Wichita State L 6-10 May 28 McNeese State W 12-4 May 29 Oklahoma State L 6-8 1989 NCAA West I Regional at Tucson, AZ May 26 Oklahoma L 2-5 May 27 Eastern Kentucky W 9-3 May 28 Oklahoma W 6-5 May 28 Arizona L 4-13 1990 NCAA West II Regional at Tempe, AZ May 25 Washington State L 2-13 May 26 Arizona State L 9-11 1998 NCAA West Regional at Stanford, CA May 21 Stanford W 6-2 May 22 Long Beach State L 9-19 May 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 NCAA West Regional at Fullerton, CA May 26 Cal State Fullerton W 6-4 May 27 Southern California L 5-13 May 27 Cal State Fullerton L 2-5

1998 NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

2000 NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

1999 NCAA Regionals WCC Champions

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LMU RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS 3-Anthony Angel at UP, 4/4/98

3-Anthony Angel vs. UTAH, 1/30/98 3-Rick Mediavilla vs. UTAH, 3/19/90

BATTING

AT BATS 8-Billy Lockin vs. USF 3/24/02 8-Jason Hueth vs. USD, 4/22/95 8-Mike Peters vs. USD, 4/22/95

HIT STREAK 27-Don Sparks, 3/15-4/22/88

PITCHING

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. CSULA, 2/28/98

RUNS 5-Scott Walter 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

INNINGS - STARTER 13-Tim Layana vs. USC, 4/9/85

HITS 6-Travis Tarchione vs. UNLV, 4/15/87

STRIKEOUTS 16-S. Demosthenes vs. GU, 4/19/96

DOUBLES 4-Joe Ciccarella vs. USF, 2/23/91

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

TRIPLES 2-Ikaika Hoopii vs. USF, 5/6/94

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

HOME RUNS 3-Kris Zacuto vs. GU, 5/11/01 3-Scott Walter vs. GU, 5/7/00 3-Matt Riordan at GU, 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 12-Drew Bentz vs. LBSU, 3/25/77 12-D. Sandoval vs. USC, 2/22/75

STRIKEOUTS 17-at UW, 3/12/04 17-vs. LBSU, 4/3/01 17-vs. LBSU, 3/4/97 17-vs. USC, 4/23/91

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

STOLEN BASES 7-vs. UCSB, 2/8/75

WALKS 4-DeAndre Miller vs. CSUS, 2/2/07 4-Josh Whitesell vs. USF, 3/24/02 4-Josh Whitesell vs. POR, 3/15/02 4-Robert Hirsh vs. GU, 5/10/01 4-Greg Bergeron vs. USF, 5/7/94 STRIKEOUTS 4-Kyle Mura vs. CAL, 2/13/05 4-Jon Oller at USD, 3/20/04 4-Benny Craig vs. PEP, 5/9/97 STOLEN BASES 5-Dave Long vs. UCSB, 2/8/75 HIT BY PITCHES 3-Kris Zacuto vs. USF 3/22/02 3-Anthony Angel vs. UTAH, 2/18/00

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HOME RUNS 7-vs. CP, 2/26/00 RUNS BATTED IN 29-vs. USF, 4/18/86 WALKS 17-at UH-HILO, 3/11/96

HIT BY PITCHES 9-vs. UCLA, 4/4/00 PUTOUTS no-hitter 19-Brian Wilson vs. SJSU, 2/24/07 The onlyPITCHING in LMU history 19-David Jones vs. LBSU, 3/31/78 thrown INNINGS belongs17-vs. to BobSDSU, Seus, 3/1/85 who did no surrender a ASSISTS Beach State STRIKEOUTS 12-Kyle Mura vs. CHAP, 2/23/05 hit at Long in a 9-0 17-vs. LMU victory SDSU, on 3/1/85 March 14, 1980. DOUBLE PLAYS WALKS 4-Greg Carl vs. UCLA, 4/14/92 15-vs. UCSB, 3/30/04 4-D. Sugiyama vs. UCLA, 4/14/92

FIELDING

ERRORS 4-Darrel Deak vs. STAN, 2/5/89

HITS 24-vs. LBSU, 4/9/91

TEAM GAME HIGHS

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

BATTING

AT BATS 57-vs. USD, 3/1/85

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

RUNS 34-vs.USF, 4/18/86

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RUNS BATTED IN 8-Scott Walter vs. GU, 5/7/00 8-Scott Walter at USF, 4/19/98 8-Billy Bean vs. USF, 4/20/85

INNINGS - RELIEF 9.2-Tim Layana vs. SDSU, 3/1/85

TRIPLES 5-vs. LBSU, 2/11/75


PUTOUTS 51-vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 ASSISTS 24-vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 ERRORS 7-vs. UP, 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

LMU RECORD BOOK

TEAM SEASON HIGHS GAMES 1. 66 (1988) 2t. 65 (1986) 2t. 65 (1980) 4. 64 (1989) 5. 63 (twice)

HITS 1. 800 (1988) 2. 784 (1990) 3. 702 (2000) 4. 694 (1999) 5. 693 (1986)

ERA 1. 2.98 (1970) 2. 3.42 (1969) 3. 4.03 (1978) 4. 4.17 (1972) 5. 4.21 (1989)

DOUBLES 1. 150 (1988) 2. 136 (2005) 3. 134 (1991) 4. 132 (2000) 5. 130 (1989, 90)

FIELDING PCT. 1. .972 (1990) 2. .970 (1988, 2006) 3. .969 (1986, 2003) 5. .967 (1982)

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

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

BATTING

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

RUNS 1.606 (1988) 2.601 (1986) 3. 542 (1998) 4. 519 (1990) 5. 516 (2000)

STOLEN BASES 1. 158 (1977) 2. 135 (1979) 3. 122 (1978) 4. 112 (1982) 5. 107 (1976) BATTING AVERAGE 1. .345 (1988) Travis Tarchione 2. .341 (1990) 3. .336 (1987) set the LMU 4. .331 (2000) single-game record for hits 5. .329 (1985) when he colWINS lected six on April 15, 1987 1. 50 (1986) against UNLV. 2. 48 (1988) 3. 45 (1990) 4. 40 (2000) 5. 39 (1989)

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)

PITCHING Innings Pitched 556 (1990) Complete Games 26 (1976) Relief Appearances 169 (2004) Saves 16 (1988,2005) Strikeouts 451 (2000) Walks 338 (1981) Shutouts 6 (1985, 1988)

FIELDING Total Chances Putouts Assists Double Plays

WINNING PCT. 1. .769 (1986) 2. .727 (1988) 3. .726 (1990) 4. .678 (2000) 5. .633 (1991)

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STREAKS Overall Win Home Win Road Win Conference Win Overall Loss

13 (1986, 88, 89) 13 (1988) 12 (1986) 15 (1988, 1989) 14 (2001)

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

1990 1990 1988 1980 1999 1988 1990 1999 1980 1996

DOUBLES 1. 31 2. 25 3t. 24 3t. 24 5t. 23 5t. 23 5t. 23 8t. 22 8t. 22 8t. 22 8t. 22

Miah Bradbury Kris Zacuto Joe Ciccarella Chris Gomez A. Napolitano A.Napolitano Don Sparks Angelo Songco Sean Dovel Travis Tarchione Brian Leighton

1989 2002 1991 1990 1994 1992 1988 2007 2006 1988 1984

Billy Bean Chris Donnels Don Sparks Carl Fraticelli Kevin Hook Joe Ciccarella Rick Mediavilla Carl Fraticelli Brian Turang Matt Riordan Joe Sulentor

1986 1986 1988 1986 1998 1991 1990 1988 1988 1998 1998

TRIPLES 1. 9 2t. 8 2t. 8 4t. 7 4t. 7 6t. 6 6t. 6 8t. 5 8t. 5 8t. 5 8t. 5

Dan Henry Russ Noah Bob Sheldon Carl Fraticelli Billy Bean Russ Noah Jerry Zuvela Joe Frazee Matt Riordan Ikaika Hoopii Reggie Lambert

1975 1972 1971 1988 1986 1973 1951 2005 1998 1994 1985

Rick Mediavilla Don Sparks Travis Tarchione Chris Gomez Miah Bradbury Scott Stout Matt Riordan Joe Ciccarella Curt Fiore Tony Kounas Reggie Lambert

1990 1988 1988 1990 1989 1982 1999 1991 1999 1990 1985

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

1988 1986 1980 1980 1989 1989 1989 1988 1980 1986 1986

AT BATS 1. 269 2. 268 3t. 264 3t. 264 5. 262 6. 259 7. 257 8. 255 9. 253 10. 252

Rick Mediavilla Chris Gomez Travis Tarchione Tracy Jones Matt Riordan Don Sparks Tim Williams Scott Walter Mike Franks Ikaika Hoopii

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. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7t. 7t. 9t. 9t. 9t.

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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 STOLEN BASES 1. 40 John Krickl 2. 39 Dave Long 3. 35 Errect Ridley 4t. 34 Tim Collins 4t. 34 Tracy Cowger 6. 33 Eric Farris 7. 30 Reggie Lambert 8. 28 John Krickl 9. 26 Scott Stout 10t. 25 John Krickl 10t. 25 Dave Long 10t. 25 Pat Corcoran 10t. 25 Bob Sheldon 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 BATTING AVERAGE (2.5 AB/GM) 1. .435 Joe Ciccarella 2. .416 Rick Mediavilla 3. .410 Reggie Lambert 4. .405 Don Sparks 5. .404 Bob Sheldon 6. .403 Billy Bean 7t. .399 Russ Noah 7t. .399 Mike Logelin 9. .398 Miah Bradbury 10. .392 Tom McDonald

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1991 1990 1985 1988 1971 1985 1973 1969 1989 1973

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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

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


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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 COMPLETE GAMES 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

1991 1989 1988 1987 2001 1990 1989 1987 2005 1991 1990 1972 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 8t. 5

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

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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

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ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS BATTING

RUNS 1. 240 2. 216 3. 195 4. 183 5. 173 6. 172 7. 171 8. 170 9. 169 10. 168

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

1985-88 1988-91 1984-87 1987-90 1983-86 1988-91 2002-05 2003-06 2001-04 2002-05

HITS 1. 306 2. 290 3. 274 4t. 265 4t. 265 4t. 265 7. 259 8. 248 9. 244 10t. 239 10t. 239 10t. 239

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 1984-87 1999-02 1985-88 2003-06 1999-02 1976-79

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

1985-88 1983-86 1987-90 1985-87 1969-72 1998-00 2003-06 1999-02 2001-04 1984-87

DOUBLES 1. 72 Miah Bradbury 2. 70 Kris Zacuto 3. 64 Chris Pettit 4. 62 A. Napolitano 5. 61 Billy Bean 6. 58 David Jones 7. 54 Jon Oller 8. 51 Joe Frazee 9t. 50 Scott Walter 9t. 50 Jim McAnany

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TRIPLES 1. 19 2. 16 3. 14 4. 13 5. 12 6. 11 7. 10 8t. 9 8t. 9 8t. 9

Bob Sheldon Billy Bean Ikaika Hoopii Dan Henry Joe Frazee Robert Cannon Carl Fraticelli Joe Ciccarella Tim Williams Kris Zacuto

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

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

TOTAL BASES 1. 490 Miah Bradbury 1987-90 2. 449 Billy Bean 1999-01 3. 440 Kris Zacuto 2003-06 4. 437 Bob Sheldon 1991-94 5. 417 Chris Donnels 1983-86 6. 412 Scott Walter 1976-79 7. 410 Tommy Perez 2002-05 8. 402 Jim McAnany 2002-05 9t. 372 Travis Tarchione 1998-00 9t. 372 David Jones 1984-87 STOLEN BASES 1. 104 John Krickl Chris Donnels (1985- 2. 73 Dave Long 87) is the LMU All3. 65 Tim Collins Time career leader in 4t. 60 Eric Farris runs batted in (225) 4t. 60 Bob Sheldon and home runs (45). 6t. 57 Chris Pettit 6t. 57 Billy Lockin 8. 55 Tracy Cowger 9. 50 Errect Ridley 10. 49 Pat Corcoran

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ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS

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. 218 Chris Pettit 9. 216 Billy Lockin 10. 214 Jon Oller 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. 776 Chris Pettit 9. 768 Tommy Perez 10. 767 John Krickl


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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 BATTING AVG. (Min. 300 AB) 1. .387 Russ Noah 2. .383 Don Sparks 3. .379 Reggie Lambert 4. .369 Travis Tarchione 5. .368 Tracy Cowger 6. .367 Chris Donnels 7. .364 Joe Ciccarella 8. .362 Miah Bradbury 9. .356 Scott Walter 10. .353 Billy Bean

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

WINS 1. 35 2. 31 3. 28 4t. 27 4t. 27 4t. 27 7. 25 8t. 23 8t. 23 10. 22

Tim Layana Darryl Scott Jim Kerker Steve Surico Kelly Nicholson Ben Bonilla Michael Schultz Drew Bentz Tom Henderson Jon Willard

1971-73 1987-88 1984-85 1986-89 1977-78 1985-87 1989-91 1987-90 1998-00 1983-86

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

Darryl Scott 1987-90 Joe Caruso 1989-91 Dylan Sugar 1996-97 Jesse Ibarra 1992-94 Tim Layana 1983-86 Walt Von Huene 1968-71 Andy Beal 2005-current Shawn Hammett 1992-95 Stephen Kahn 2003-05 Chris Gray 1998-01 Jeff Goettsch 1986-87

INNINGS 1. 511.0 2. 447.1 3. 427.0 4. 409.0 5. 372.0 6. 361.2 7. 360.1 8. 340.1 9. 336.0 10. 332.2

PITCHED Tim Layana 1983-86 Michael Schultz 1998-00 Drew Bentz 1974-77 Shawn Hammett 1992-95 Tom Henderson 1973-76 Dave Sehnem 1969-72 Darryl Scott 1987-90 Billy Traber 1998-00 Ben Bonilla 1997-00 Kelly Nicholson 1979-82

PITCHING

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 Hammett 1992-95 5t. 90 Tim Layana 1983-86 7. 89 Ben Bonilla 1997-00 8. 85 Rod Volk 1971-74 9. 82 Tom Henderson 1973-76 10. 81 Daniel Macias 2004-07

1983-86 1987-90 1966-69 1987-90 1979-82 1997-00 1997-00 1974-77 1973-76 1989-91

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. 3.65 Brad Meyers 2005-07 6. 3.68 Tom Scarlett 1969-72 7. 3.78 Brad Meyers 2005-06 8. 4.14 K. Nicholson 1979-82 9. 4.15 M. Schultz 1998-00 10. 4.19 Jon Mason 1981-82

COMPLETE GAMES 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 Henderson 1975-76 6. 17 Shawn Hammett 1992-95 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 Tim Layana (1983-86) holds the LMU career record for complete games (33), wins (35), innings pitched (511.0) and strikeouts (405).

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Justin Abreu Bob Adams Jim Alexander Rick Allen Tom Allison Jim Alliston Joey Amalfitano Anthony Angel Phil Angel Christian Apodaca Jim Arico Dave Arnold Jason Aspito

B

2000-01-02-03 1970 1987 1988-89 1986 1971-72-73-74 1952-53-54 1998-99-00 1969 1996 1977 1980 2000

1974-75 1969-70-71 1996 2000-01-02-03 1968-69-70 2001 1980 1983 1995 2005-06-07 1983-84-85-86 1997 1998-99 1999 1985 1989-90 1973-74-75-76 1974-75-76-77 1979-80 1970 1994 2007 1976-77 1991-92-93 2006-07 1970-71 1984-85 1983-84-85-86 1997-98-99-00 1995 1973-74 1970 1990-91-92-93 2005 1987-88-89-90 1978-79 1982-83 1978-79 1998-99-00-01 2000-01 1986 1992-93 1909 2004-05 2005-06-07 1981-82 2007 2007 1986-87-88-89

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Tom Button Tim Byrne

1989-90 1989-90

C

Ulises Cabrera Cary Cadonau Scott Cain Jim Calderon Dave Calvert Brett Campbell Christian Campos Robert Cannon David Cariker Greg Carl Mark Carroll Matt Carter Joe Caruso Mike Case Colin Casey Paul Casillas John Cassanego Jack Cassel Jeff Cecchin Ernie Cho Jeff Ciccarella Joe Ciccarella Brian Clancy Danny Clay James Clelland Dave Collard Tony Collatos Andy Collett Dan Collins Tim Collins John Coman Ed Conlan Greg Connelly Steve Connolly Adam Cooke James Cooper Mike Coppess Pat Corcoran Mario “Moon” Cordero Vincent Cordova Othon Corona Matt Cova Tracy Cowger Benny Craig Michael Cramer Jackson Creighton Tom Croal Luciano Cuevas Bill Culver Seaton Curran

D

Tim Daze` Darrel Deak James Dean Bobby DeJardin Richard del Rio Chad Dembisky Sandor Demosthenes Dennis Desmond Vahe Devian

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1997-98 1992 1985-86 1972-73-74 1973 1995-96-97 2002 1986-87-88-89 1977-78-79 1991-92-93 2001-02-03 2005-06 1989-90-91 1988-89 1996-97 1996-97 1994-95-96-97 1999 1995-96-97-98 2006-2007 1990-91-92-93 1989-90-91 1986-87-88-89 1981-82 1998-99-00-01 1981-82-83 1990 1993-94-95 1979-80 1976-77-78-79 1989 1996 1989 2007 1989 2003-04-05 1977-78-79 1975-76 2000-01 2001-02-03 2003-04 2001-02-03-04 1977-78 1997 1979-80 2004 1980-81 1995-96 1982 1994

1969 1988-89-90-91 1977-78 1986-87-88 1978 1991 1995-96-97-98 1968-69-70 1981-82

Mark DiBenedetti Vince DiLeva Billy Dillon Brandon DiTolla Andy Diver Chris Donnels Joe Dottore Sean Dovel Randy Dowis Chad Dreier Will Dugoni Nathan Durham-Hammer

1980 1994 1999 2003-04-05-06 1996 1985-86-87 1970-71-72-73 2005-06-07 1969 1966-67-68-69 2007 2001-02

E

Wayne Eaton Randy Ebersberger Chuck Eggert Bill Eller Todd Elliot Xavier Esquivel

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

G

Charlie Galbraith Chaz Gallagher Nik Garcia Todd Gates Bob Gauci Vince Gaudi Joe Gehley Mike Gehrlein Gary Gemberling Tony Giunta Michael Glomb Jeff Goettsch Chris Gomez

1977 1981 1995-96 1969-70 1986-87 2007

1993-94-95-96 2005-06-07 2004-05-06-07 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

1999 2004 2006-2007 1990-91 1980-81 1974 1973-74-75-76 2000 1983 1968-69 2004-05-06-07 1986-87 1990-91

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Chuck Baker Steve Balak Brian Balo David Barba Bill Barnett Brian Barton Steve Bateman Jim Battle Brett Beach Andy Beal Billy Bean Jason Beattie Ryan Beaver Chris Beck Scott Beck Joe Bellezo Shawn Bennett Drew Bentz Mike Berberet Dan Bergamo Greg Bergeron T.J. Bernabay Jim Berriatua Andy Biaggi Melvin Blackmon Joe Blandino Rob Boitano Damien Bonenfant Ben Bonilla Jeremy Booth Art Bordley Ken Bowers Shane Bowers Josh Bradbury Miah Bradbury Bob Branchetti Glenn Brannon Steve Bridgewater Jack Brooks Bill Brundige Jim Bruske Butch Bucher Jess Buckles Gabriel Bueno Justin Bunkis Dave Burke Jeremy Burrell Tim Busbin Kalani Bush

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Ed Goodwin Casey Gordon Gregory Gordon George Gospodinoff Mark Grafitti Tim Granich David Grant Paul Graves Ryan Graves Chris Gray Rex Grayner Bill Green Rob Green Matt Gruber John Guggiana Kevin Gustorf Raul Gutierrez

ALL-TIME ROSTER

H

Erik Hakanen Bill Haluck Scott Halverstadt Shawn Hammett Damon Hamura John Hans Nick Harlambakis Steve Harris Gus Hein Tom Henderson Joseph Hendricks Dan Henry Art Herbig Mark Hermes Kevin Hernandez Elvis Herrera Jonathan Higashi J.R. Higley 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

1968 2006 1983 1973-74-75-76 1986-87-88-89 1989 1970-71-72 1988-89-90-91 1993-94-95 1998-99-00-01 1989 1981 1996-97 2001 1979-80 1995-96-97-98 1996-97

1985-86 1972 1984-85 1992-93-94-95 1992-93 1980-81-82 1998-99 1977-78-79 1984-85 1973-74-75-76 2002 1975-76 1997 1970 2007 2004-05-06-07 2001-02-03-04 2007 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

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Erik Johnson Lucas Johnson Paul Joncich David Jones Mike Jones Tracy Jones Frank Judge Lance Junker

2006 2002 1982-83 1976-77-78-79 1987-88 1980-81-82 1972-73-74-75 1980

K

Stephen Kahn Jeff Kambak Nathan Keadle Jim Keating Kevin Keenan Steve Keller Phil Kelly Ty Kelly Mike Kenney Jim Kerker Bob Kerslake Jeff Kimbro RJ Kirkland Matt Knickrehm Brady Koch Kerry Konrady Tony Kounas Donny Kretschmar John Krickl

2003-04-05 1980-81-82-83 2005-06-07 1971-72-73 1976 1968-69 1969 2007 2006-2007 1968-69 1955-56-57-58 1984 1991-92 1975-76 2001-02-03-04 1995-96-97 1990 1985 1976-77-78-79

L

Scott LaFountaine Mike Lambert Reggie Lambert A.J. LaMonda Jeremy LaMell 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

1998, 2000-01 1978 1984-85 2004-05-06 2007 1977-78 1983-84-85-86 1974-75 1976-77-78 2005-06 1983-84 1993-94 1984-85-86 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

Matt Marks Ed Marquez Ernie Martin Oscar Martinez Jon Mason John Mastandrea Marion Mauch Vince Mauch Jim McAnany Mike McClure Kyle McCormick Chad McDonald Tim McDonald Tom McDonald Clint McGill Mike McNary Jim McNaught Rick Meaglia Kurt Mears Rick Mediavilla Michael Mellas Brett Mendoza Warren Messina Carl Meyer Brad Meyers Paul Mikos Ed Milich Chris Miller DeAndre Miller Kevin Milligan Kayzell Milton Jacob Minter Eric Minzenberg Marc Mirizzi Kalalea Montgomery Hector Moreno Marty Morris Joshua Muecke Matt Muller Mart Mullins Mike Muno Kyle Mura Kevin Murphy Steve Myhre

N

Greg Nagy Mahoe Nakanelua Steve Napoli Anthony Napolitano Ben Navarrette Mike Navratil Scott Neill Adrian Nevarez Chad Nichols Kelly Nicholson Russ Noah Bob Noson Matt Nutter

O

M

Daniel Macias Mark Madsen David Maffei Jamie Mah Scott Malpasuto Reuben Mandaloniz Mark Margis

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2004-05-06-07 1998-99-00 1999-00-01 2003-04-05 1982-83 1991-92 1981

Kevin Obergfell Kevin O’Brien Jim O’Donnell Dennis O’Flaherty Chad Ohira Paul Okuda Tim Olivarez

1991-92 1996-97 1972-73-74 1996-97-98 1981-82 1992-93-94-95 1999-00-01 1971-72-73 1984-85-86-87 1968-69-70 2006 1991 1968-69-70-71 1971-72-73-74 2004 1988-89-90 1971-72-73-74 1975-76 1987-88 1990-91 1987 2006-07 1978-79 1969 2005-06-07 1963-64-65-66 1968 1992 2006-07 1991 2000-01 1998-99 1982 1994-95 1996-97 1997 1968-69-70 2001-02-03 1994-95-96-97 2007 1983-84 2003-04-05-06 1984 1993

2005-06 1996-97 1968 1991-92-93-94 1968-69-70-71 1999 1987-88 2003-04-05-06 1990-91-92 1979-80-81-82 1971-72-73 1992 1983-84

1990 1979 1977 1951-52-53-54 1995-96-97-98 1975 1978

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P

Q

Will Quaglieri

R

Leland Ratleff Henley Regisford Jeff Reavis Herman Reich Eric Reinholtz Jim Reutz Erik Reyes Ross Richardson Errect Ridley Matt Riordan Paul Ritchie James Rivero Lee Roberts David Rodriguez John Rodriguez Vin Rover Rick Ruffinelli Joe Ruhoff Kevin Ruiz Marty Rupnick Ezequiel Ruvalcaba Joe Ruzich Dan Ryan Marty Ryan

S

Jim St. Hilaire Dennis Sandoval Anthony Santana Frank Sarver Scott Sarver Tom Scarlett

1974-75 1970 1991-92 1968-69-70 1982-83 1983 1991-92 1999-00-01-02 1986-87 1992-93-94-95 2003-04-05-06 1971-72 1997 1992-93-94-95 1981-82-83 1985-86 1989 1931-32-33 1968-69-70-71

2003-04

1978-79 1989-90-91 1982 1936-37-38-39 1986-87 1968 2003-04-05 1992-93-94 1976-77 1997-98-99 1990-91-92 2001-02 2006-07 1970 1987-88 1980-81-82 1968 1970 1975-76 1981 2003-04-05-06-07 1971-72 1970-71-72-73 1977-78

1970 1975 2001-02-03-04-05 1990 2002 1969-70-71-72

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Brian Schackelford Dan Schultz Michael Schultz Skip Schumaker Darryl Scott Mike Seal Dave Sehnem Bob Seus Dan Seus Mark Sewald Terry Seward Tillie Shafer Evan Shahak Rick Sharp Dave Sharrer Michael Shearer Bob Sheldon Taylor Shoop Mike Sieber Joe Silva Enoch Simmons Frank Simoncini Mark Skelly Ken Slagle Greg Slate Matt Smith Sean Smith Fred Snodgrass Angelo Songco Greg Soper Anthony Soto Clay Sowder Don Sparks Chris Spears Tim Stagich Jeff Stevens Carl Stoeber Mark Stomp Jerry Stone Scott Stout John Straits William Strickland Dylan Sugar Darren Sugiyama Albie Sukut Joe Sulentor Pat Sullivan Joe Summers Steve Surico John Swanson

1994 1980 1998-99-00 1999 1987-88-89-90 1992-93-94 1969-70-71-72 1978-79-80 1980 1980-81-82 1988 1906 2004-05 1984 1994-95 1980 1969-70-71-72 2007 1982-83 2001-02-03 1986-87-88 1982-83 1983-84 1977-78 1981-82 1989 2002-03 1906-07 2007 1984 2003-04-05-06-07 1992 1987-88 1989-90-91 1969 2003-04-05 2001-02-03 1986 1971-72-73 1981-82 1993 1968-69-70-71 1996-97 1990-91-92-93 1994-95 1996-97-98-99 1985 1988 1987-88-89-90 1980-81

T

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 Roberto Torres Billy Traber Rich Tricarico Todd Tsujimura

2002-03 1986-87-88-89 1992 1983-84 1972 1968 1988-89-90-91 1987-88-89 1979-80 1978 1982-83-84 1988-89-90-91 1996 2006 1998-99-00 1986-88-89 1981-82

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Ron Tuck Brian Turang Fred Tuttle

1980 1988-89 1986-87

U

Brian Urata

V

Kevin Van De Brake Rodger Vandenbroek Dave Van Winkle Mark Veronda Rod Volk Walt Von Huene

W

Randy Waite Dan Walgren Brian Walker Jeff Walker Greg Wall Scott Walter Jim Warner Ed Wheeler Ryan Wheeler Matt White Phil White Joshua Whitesell Mike Whitt Walter Whittington Chris Wibberley Michael Wilhite Joe Wilhoit Rick Wilkerson Tom Wilkinson Jon Willard Danny Williams Tim Williams Brian Wilson C.J. Wilson Ian Wilson Travis Wilson Joe Wortmann Patrick Wuebben

Y

Corey Yamamoto Caleb Yamanaka Todd Yasin Marty Young Naoi Yuen Ryan Yurek

Z

Kris Zacuto Joe Zeller Leo Zofrea Ron Zuber

1977-78

1989-90 1980-81 1986-87 1995-96-97 1971-72-73-74 1968-69-70-71

2002-03 1984-85-86-87 1989-90 2000-01 1987-88-89-90 1998-99-00 1986 1934-35-36-37-38-39 2007 2003-04-05 1990 2001-02-03 1983-84-85 1950s 1971-73-74 2002 1904-05 1979-80 1968-69 1989-90-91 1969 1988-89-90-91 2006-07 2001 1998-99-00 1993-94-95-96 1974-75-76-77-78 1994

2002 1993-94 1975-76-77-78 1998 1992-93-94 2003

1999-00-01-02 2007 1972 1981-82-83

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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 Les Powers Willie Price

2002-03-04-05 1981 1972-73-74 2000 2000-01 1993-94 1982


ALL-TIME HONORS

ALL-TIME HONORS

ALL-AMERICA 1973 Russ Noah, first team (SN) 1973 Jerry Stone, first team (CB) 1985 Billy Bean, honorable mention (CB) 1986 Tim Layana, second team (BA, ABCA) 1986 Chris Donnels, second team (ABCA) 1986 Billy Bean, second team (ABCA) 1987 Chris Donnels, third team (ABCA) 1989 Miah Bradbury, third team (BA) 1991 Joe Ciccarella, second team (BA), third team (CB) 1998 Michael Schultz, third team (NCBWA) 1999 Curt Fiore, third team (NCBWA) 1999 Billy Traber, first team (CB), honorable mention (NCBWA) 2000 Billy Traber, second team (CB) 2000 Scott Walter, third team (CB) 2002 Billy Lockin, first team (JSR) 2004 Billy Lockin, first team (JSR) Freshmen 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) 2007 Angelo Songco (CB)

TEAM USA MEMBERS 1990 Joe Ciccarella 1990 Chris Gomez 1991 Chris Gomez 2000 Coach Frank Cruz 2004 Coach Frank Cruz 2004 Stephen Kahn 2007 Jeff Stevens

WCC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1973 Russ Noah 1986 Chris Donnels 1990 Miah Bradbury 1991 Joe Ciccarella 1998 Scott Walter 2000 Anthony Angel

GTE Academic All-America 1973 Dean Jelmini, first team 1994 Anthony Napolitano, second team 1996 Sandor Demosthenes, third team Academic All-District 1993 Anthony Napolitano 1994 Anthony Napolitano 1996 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 2007 Nate Keadle 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 1973 Dean Jelmini, first team 1973 Russ Noah, first team 1973 Jerry Stone, first team 1976 Pat Corcoran, first team 1976 Dan Henry, first team 1977 Tracy Cowger, first team 1977 Mike Fizzolio, first team 1985 Billy Bean, first team 1986 Billy Bean, first team 1986 Chris Donnels, first team 1986 Tim Layana, first team 1986 Carl Fraticelli, second team 1987 Chris Donnels, first team 1990 Rick Mediavilla, first team 1990 Miah Bradbury, second team 1990 Tony Kounas, second team 1990 Darryl Scott, second team 1991 Joe Caruso, second team 1991 Joe Ciccarella, second team

Russ Noah, the 1973 Conference Player of ALL-WEST REGION the Year, went on to 1998 Michael Schultz, first team be named to the Sport- 2000 Anthony Angel, first team ing News’ All-America first team.

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WCC PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1986 Tim Layana 1998 Michael Schultz 2000 Billy Traber 2004 Stephen Kahn WCC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

1985 1989 1990 1997 1998 2002 2007

Chris Donnels Joe Ciccarella Chris Gomez Matt Riordan Michael Schultz, Scott Walter Sean Smith Angelo Songco

WCC COACH OF THE YEAR 1973 Marv Wood 1986 Dave Snow 1990 Chris Smith 1998 Frank Cruz 2000 Frank Cruz 2004 Frank Cruz ALL-CONFERENCE 1969 Jim Kerker, first team 1969 Mike Logelin, first team 1970 Bill Eller, first team 1970 Dan Garrett, first team 1971 Tim McDonald, first team 1972 Russ Noah, first team 1972 Bob Sheldon, first team 1973 Dean Jelmini, first team 1973 Russ Noah, first team 1973 Jerry Stone, first team 1973 Rod Volk, first team 1976 Drew Bentz, first team 1976 Pat Corcoran, first team 1976 Dan Henry, first team 1977 Tracy Cowger, first team 1977 Mike Fizzolio, first team 1978 Bob Branchetti, first team 1978 Tracy Cowger, first team 1978 David Jones, first team 1979 Mike Cramer, first team 1980 Bob Gauci, first team 1981 Tracy Jones, first team 1981 John Swanson, first team 1982 Tracy Jones, first team 1982 Scott Stout, first team 1983 Jeff Payetta, first team 1985 Billy Bean, first team 1985 Chris Donnels, first team 1985 Reggie Lambert, first team 1986 Billy Bean, first team 1986 Chris Donnels, first team 1986 Carl Fraticelli, first team

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1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2002 2002

Jason Hueth, second team Marc Mirizzi, second team Mike Peters, second team Shawn Hammett, honorable mention Curt Fiore, first team Ikaika Hoopii, first team Travis Wilson, first team Sandor Demosthenes, second team Jason Hueth, honorable mention Kalalea Montgomery, honorable mention Chad Ohira, honorable mention Mark Veronda, honorable mention Matt Riordan, first team Joe Sulentor, first team Mark Veronda, first team Ben Bonilla, honorable mention Benny Craig, honorable mention Dylan Sugar, honorable mention Anthony Angel, first team Kevin Hook, first team Michael Schultz, first team Joe Sulentor, first team Scott Walter, first team Matt Riordan, second team Ryan Beaver, honorable mention Brian Felten, honorable mention Anthony Angel, first team Billy Traber, first team Curt Fiore, second team Matt Riordan, second team Scott Walter, second team Ben Bonilla, honorable mention Tommy Perez, honorable mention Anthony Angel, first team Jason Aspito, first team Billy Traber, first team Scott Walter, first team Kris Zacuto, first team Ben Bonilla, second team Jeff Walker, second team Kris Zacuto, first team Billy Lockin, first team Sean Smith, first team

2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007

Tommy Perez, second team Joe Frazee, second team Jonathan Higashi, honorable mention Vince Cordova, honorable mention Jonathan Higashi, first team Jon Oller, second team Joshua Whitesell, second team Billy Lockin, honorable mention 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 Joe Frazee, honorable mention Evan Shahak, honorable mention Erik Johnson, first team Brad Meyers, second team Lee Roberts, all-freshman Sean Dovel, honorable mention Eric Farris, honorable mention Casey Gordon, honorable mention Daniel Macias, honorable mention Brad Meyers, first team Angelo Songco, first team Eric Farris, honorable mention DeAndre Miller, honorable mention

LEGEND BA Baseball America NCBWA Natn’l Coll. Baseball Writers’ Assoc. ABCA American Baseball Coaches’ Assoc. CB Collegiate Baseball SN Sporting News JSR Jewish Sports Review

Stephen Kahn was the 2004 WCC Pitcher of the Year, and played for Head Coach Frank Cruz on the 2004 USA Baseball team.

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1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995


MATT MULLER AWARD

· SEASONAL LEADERS

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. Re-named in honor of Matthew John Muller (1994-97) following his tragic and unexpected death on November 10, 1999, the honor is awarded to players who represent the team and LMU 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 with honor.

RECIPIENTS 1997 1998 1999 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Benny Craig, Mark Veronda Kevin Gustorf, Kevin Hook Anthony Angel, Billy Traber Anthony Angel, Billy Traber, Scott Walter Jonathan Higashi Billy Lockin, Jonathan Higashi, Will Quaglieri, Matt Cova, Kevin Jenson, Brady Koch, Clint McGill Jeff Stevens Eric Farris Daniel Macias

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 2006 2007

BATTING PITCHING

Batting Average Home Runs Runs Batted In Wins ERA Russ Noah (.378) Russ Noah (6) Russ Noah (42) Rod Volk (4) Tom Scarlett (3.02) Russ Noah (.399) Jerry Stone (11) Jerry Stone (45) Rod Volk (11) Rod Volk (3.84) Tim McDonald (.292) Tim McDonald (6) Tim McDonald (30) Two with (6) Rod Volk (3.56) Dan Henry (.305) Pat Corcoran (7) Frank Judge (36) Drew Bentz (9) Drew Bentz (3.18) Pat Cocoran (.387) Pat Cocoran (11) Pat Corcoran (55) Two with (8) Drew Bentz (3.58) Mike Fizzolio (.370) Ken Slagle (9) Ken Slagle (52) Three with (5) Brian Urata (5.01) Tracy Cowger (.373) Two with (7) David Jones (52) Two with (6) Todd Yasin (2.95) Tim Collins (.353) David Jones (10) David Jones (48) Kelly Nicholson (8) Kelly Nicholson (2.39) Mike Franks (.320) Mike Berberet (7) John Guggiana (41) Bob Seus (8) Kelly Nicholson (3.37) Mike Franks (.348) Greg Slate (8) Tracy Jones (48) Two with (8) John Swanson (3.49) Tracy Jones (.391) Dave Burke (6) Vahe Devian (48) Bill Culver (6) Jon Mason (3.66) Jeff Payetta (.389) Brian Leighton (11) Scott Malpasuto (39) Mark Skelly (5) Matt Nutter (4.37) Bill Thorney (.339) Brian Leighton (16) Brian Leighton (67) Tim Layana (7) Tim Layana (4.98) Reggie Lambert (.410) Two with (8) Billy Bean (67) Two with (8) Tim Layana (3.12) Billy Bean (.355) Chris Donnels (21) Chris Donnels (91) Tim Layana (17) Jeff Goethsch (3.93) Travis Tarchione (.377) Chris Donnels (16) Chris Donnels (75) Darryl Scott (8) Darryl Scott (4.28) Don Sparks (.405) Brian Turang (15) Don Sparks (79) Steve Surico (12) Darryl Scott (3.28) Miah Bradbury (.398) Rick Allen (11) Rick Allen (60) Kalani Bush (10) Brian Clancy (2.33) Rick Mediavilla (.416) Miah Bradbury (16) Miah Bradbury (66) Jon Willard (13) Darryl Scott (3.86) Joe Ciccarella (.435) Darrel Deak (15) Darrel Deak (70) Chad Dembisky (12) Joe Caruso (3.92) Anthony Napolitano (.343) Matt Marks (9) Darren Sugiyama (42) Chad Nichols (4) Shane Bowers (5.36) Mike Peters (.365) Jesse Ibarra (17) Jesse Ibarra (52) Shawn Hammett (7) Shane Bowers (4.55) Anthony Napolitano (.344) Jesse Ibarra (15) Jesse Ibarra (47) Ryan Graves (6) Andy Collett (4.81) Marc Mirizzi (.332) Andy Collett (11) Andy Collett (51) Two with (5) Shawn Hammett (3.25) Curt Fiore (.348) Travis Wilson (11) Travis Wilson (50) S. Demosthenes (8) S. Demosthenes (5.11) Joe Sulentor (.369) Benny Craig (17) Benny Craig (61) Ben Bonilla (7) Jeff Cecchin (5.18) Scott Walter (.383) Anthony Angel (10) Scott Walter (67) Michael Schultz (9) Michael Schultz (5.11) Curt Fiore (.366) Tommy Perez (12) Tommy Perez (50) Billy Traber (8) Billy Traber (4.20) Jason Aspito (.360) Scott Walter (19) Anthony Angel (78) Billy Traber (10) Billy Traber (3.17) Tommy Perez (.364) Tommy Perez (11) Tommy Perez (45) Muecke/Clelland (5) Chris Gray (3.48) Billy Lockin (.371) Tommy Perez (11) Kris Zacuto (48) Vince Cordova (8) Justin Abreu (5.76) Jonathan Higashi (.349) Josh Whitesell (15) Josh Whitesell (47) Vince Cordova (6) Kyle Huddy (3.81) Jonathan Higashi (.371) Jonathan Oller (8) Jonathan Higashi (48) Stephen Kahn (7) Stephen Kahn (3.61) Joe Frazee (.364) Oller/Pettit (9) Chris Pettit (44) Jeff Stevens (7) Jeff Stevens (3.93) Erik Johnson (.351) Chris Pettit (5) Erik Johnson (45) Brad Meyers (8) Brad Meyers (3.23) Eric Farris (.349) Sean Dovel (6) Angelo Songco (33) Daniel Macias (5) Brad Meyers (3.46) MINIMUMS • Batting Average - 2.5 at bats per game • Earned Run Average - 1.0 inning pitched

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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) C.J. Wilson (72) Josh Muecke (60) Kyle Huddy (84) Stephen Kahn (80) Jeff Stevens (81) Andy Beal (66) Sean Dovel (54) per game

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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: Jerry Stone (10), Billy Bean (44), and Tim Layana (54) 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.

44 BILLY BEAN

10 JERRY STONE

44 BILLY BEAN 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 All-America 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. Bean still holds the WCC record for single-season walks with 66. He also holds the LMU record in single-season runs scored with 84, a mark that ranks third in the WCC record book. Of the WCC’s nine all-time career offensive categories, Bean ranks in the top-10 in five of them. Following his standout LMU career, the Detroit Tigers selected him in the fourth round of the 1986 draft, and Bean went on to play for the Tigers in the majors from 1987-1989. He also spent time with Los Angeles (1989) and San Diego (1993-1995). Most recently, Bean was named to the WCC/Rawlings 40th Anniversary Team, recognizing him as one of the WCC’s all-time top-40 players.

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 All-District VIII honors. Selected a second-team AllAmerican by the American Baseball Coaches Association following the 1986 campaign, Layana re-wrote many of the pitching records in LMU baseball history. He is the WCC record-holder in innings pitched, tallying 511.0 innings of work over his career. He also holds the LMU record for complete games (33), wins (35), and strikeouts (405). His 405 career strikeouts and 35 career wins rank second and fourth among WCC all-time leaders. After 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, was drafted 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 54 TIM LAYANA 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. Most recently, Layana was named to the WCC/ Rawlings 40th Anniversary Team, recognizing him as one of the WCC’s all-time top-40 players.

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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 All-America accolades issued by Collegiate Baseball in 1973. The All-American tag was the first awarded in LMU baseball history. A switchhitter during the wooden bat era, Stone still ranks as an all-time top-10 statistical leader at LMU in single-season walks (45), while his 106 career walks rank fifth. He hit above .300 for each of his three seasons with the Lions and managed to maintain a perfect fielding percentage on 38 chances in 1973. In that same year, Stone led the WCAC in home runs (11) and RBI (45). 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 in 1973.


LIONS YEAR-BY-YEAR 1967-69

57-38 Head Coach Al Gad

LIONS YEAR-BY-YEAR

1970

25-19, 13-8 WCAC Head Coach Marv Wood Cal Poly Pomona W Valley State L UC Santa Barbara W UC Santa Barbara W LaVerne W Cal State Fullerton W USC L UC Santa Barbara W Long Beach State L UCLA L Cal Poly Pomona L San Diego Marines L San Diego L Long Beach State L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* L UCLA W UCLA W San Diego L San Diego W Cal State Los Angeles L Nevada* W Nevada* L Nevada* W Long Beach State L Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W Valley State W San Francisco* L San Francisco* L San Francisco* W Cal State Fullerton W Pacific* L Pacific* W Pacific* W Cal State Los Angeles W UNLV* L UNLV* W UNLV* W Pepperdine* W Pepperdine* W Pepperdine* L * West Coast Athletic Conference game

1971

1972

1973

7-1 4-6 5-1 5-4 4-1 9-4 4-8 4-2 1-5 3-4 5-6 2-3 2-3 6-8 7-5 10-11 1-3 10-9 12-4 3-9 5-2 3-4 8-5 3-4 3-1 3-8 5-2 5-2 21-0 8-5 6-8 5-6 5-0 13-7 8-11 6-4 11-4 6-4 1-3 17-4 6-5 5-3 6-2 4-6

21-21, 12-8 WCAC Head Coach Marv Wood

25-29, 8-10 WCAC Head Coach Marv Wood

30-24, 14-4 WCAC Head Coach Marv Wood UC Santa Barbara W Long Beach State W Long Beach State L San Diego State L San Diego State L Cal State Los Angeles W Cal Poly Pomona W UCLA L UCLA W UCLA L Long Beach State W UC Santa Barbara L UC Irvine L UC Irvine W San Diego State L San Diego State L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* W

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

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Cal State Fullerton Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Los Angeles USC San Diego San Diego Cal State Fullerton (1) Chapman (1) UC Irvine (1) Cal State Los Angeles (1) California (1) Cal State Los Angeles (1) UCLA Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Cal State Fullerton Nevada* Nevada* Nevada* Chapman Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Cal State Northridge UC Irvine San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* Pepperdine* UNLV* UNLV* UNLV* UC Riverside USC (2) USC (2) * West Coast Athletic Conference game (1) Anaheim Collegiate Tournament (2) NCAA District 8 Playoffs at USC

1974

1975

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

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

27-23, 14-4 WCAC Head Coach Marv Wood UC Irvine L UC Irvine W at San Diego State L at San Diego State L at San Diego State W at San Diego State W at CS Dominguez Hills W at Chapman L at USC L at USC W CS Dominguez Hills L Long Beach State W San Diego State L San Diego State L at UCLA W at CS Northridge W CS Northridge L CS Northridge L at USC L at Long Beach State L Eastern Michigan L Eastern Michigan W Cal Poly SLO L at UC Irvine W at CS Los Angeles* W CS Los Angeles* W CS Los Angeles* W at Cal Poly Pomona W at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W

4-5 4-3 4-5 0-4 4-3 5-1 4-1 0-3 2-4 7-1 2-4 6-0 9-11 3-4 13-11 11-8 11-12 1-2 3-5 0-2 5-6 4-3 0-5 6-1 8-2 12-11 15-9 8-4 6-2 7-3 7-5

19-32, 8-10 WCAC Head Coach Marv Wood

25-31, 8-8 WCAC Head Coach Marv Wood

1976 2/14 2/14 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/24 2/27 2/28 2/28 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/9 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/23 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/3

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4/6 at CS Fullerton 4/10 Chapman 4/10 Chapman 4/12 at UC Santa Barbara 4/16 Pepperdine* 4/17 at Pepperdine* 4/17 at Pepperdine* 4/20 Cal Poly Pomona 4/23 at San Francisco* 4/24 at San Francisco* 4/24 at San Francisco* 4/27 CS Fullerton 4/30 at Nevada-Reno* 5/1 at Nevada-Reno* 5/4 at Nevada-Reno* 5/6 UCLA 5/7 Saint Mary’s* 5/8 Saint Mary’s* 5/8 Saint Mary’s* * West Coast Athletic Conference game

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

2-6 5-18 5-7 7-6 3-5 2-6 0-1 5-9 9-7 14-0 5-10 5-9 11-6 13-7 15-10 15-6 7-6 12-11 15-5

1977

20-34, 10-14 SCBA Head Coach Marv Wood 2/5 CS Northridge L 2/12 at USC L 2/12 at USC L 2/18 at Arizona State L 2/19 at Arizona State L 2/19 at Arizona State L 2/21 at Arizona W 2/22 at Arizona L 2/26 at CS Northridge W 2/26 at CS Northridge L 3/1 at UC Riverside W 3/4 UC Santa Barbara* W 3/5 at Pepperdine* L 3/7 UC Riverside L 3/9 UC Irvine L 3/11 at CS Los Angeles* W 3/12 at Chapman W 3/12 at Chapman L 3/14 Arizona L 3/15 Arizona L 3/20 at CS Fullerton* L 3/22 Cal Poly SLO L 3/25 CS Dominguez Hills W 3/29 at CS Dominguez Hills L 4/1 at Long Beach State* L 4/2 at Long Beach State* W 4/4 at Long Beach State* W 4/5 at Cal Poly Pomona W 4/8 UCLA W 4/6 San Diego State* W 4/8 Long Beach State* W 4/12 at UC Irvine L 4/15 at CS Los Angeles* L 4/16 CS Los Angeles* W 4/16 CS Los Angeles* L 4/22 at Santa Clara L 4/23 at Santa Clara W 4/25 Cal Poly Pomona W 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 * Southern California Baseball Association game

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

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

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

29-34, 12-16 SCBA Head Coach Marv Wood Alumni CS Northridge CS Northridge Chapman Chapman All-Stars Cal Poly Pomona UC Riverside San Diego State San Diego State San Diego State USC Cal Poly Pomona USC Arizona Arizona CS Dominguez Hills UC Riverside UC Riverside CS Dominguez Hills Santa Clara Santa Clara Gonzaga

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

15-6 9-5 22-6 4-11 3-4 1-3 4-3 15-9 10-4 3-12 3-5 8-11 5-3 8-11 5-3 10-11 13-12 5-2 3-0 4-6 5-11 7-6 2-1

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CS Dominguez Hills (1) L US International (1) W Oregon College (1) W San Diego State (1) L So. Cal College (1) W San Diego (1) L Portland (1) L CS Dominguez Hills (1) L CS Dominguez Hills (1) W 3/26 Stanford L 3/27 CS Fullerton* L 3/30 Pepperdine* L 3/31 Pepperdine* L 3/31 Pepperdine* L 4/3 San Diego* W 4/6 Long Beach State* L 4/7 Long Beach State* L 4/7 Long Beach State* L 4/10 Fresno State L 4/10 Fresno State W 4/11 UCLA L 4/17 UC Irvine* W 4/20 CS Los Angeles* L 4/21 CS Los Angeles* W 4/21 CS Los Angeles* L 4/23 UCLA L 4/24 Long Beach State* L 4/27 UC Santa Barbara* W 4/28 UC Santa Barbara* L 4/28 UC Santa Barbara* W 5/1 CS Los Angeles* L 5/4 UC Irvine* W 5/5 UC Irvine* W 5/5 UC Irvine* W 5/8 Pepperdine* W 5/11 San Diego* L 5/12 San Diego* W 5/12 San Diego* W 5/15 UC Santa Barbara* L 5/18 CS Fullerton* L 5/19 CS Fullerton* L 5/19 CS Fullerton* W * Southern California Baseball Association 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

26-39, 8-20 SCBA Head Coach Marv Wood at CS Northridge L UCLA W at USC L CS Dominguez Hills L San Diego State W at San Diego State L at San Diego State W at San Diego State L San Diego State W Cal Poly Pomona L at Santa Clara L at Santa Clara W at Santa Clara W CS Northridge L Chapman L Chapman L Southern Cal College W UC Irvine (1) W Long Beach State (1) W CS Fullerton (1) W UC Santa Barbara (1) L Northern Arizona (2) L Colorado State (2) L Arizona (2) W Point Loma Nazarene (2) L U.S. International (2) W San Diego (2) L Oregon Col. of Educ. (2) W Portland State (2) W at CS Fullerton* L CS Fullerton* L CS Fullerton* L at UCLA L at Cal Poly Pomona L Fresno State W Fresno State L Saint Mary’s W Saint Mary’s W

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3-7 4-3 5-4 6-11 5-0 2-6 1-4 1-3 6-3 4-5 1-2 2-3 4-8 1-2 1-0 1-7 5-8 5-6 2-10 1-0 3-8 5-4 1-7 11-1 1-3 15-17 4-7 16-4 3-4 6-5 1-2 4-0 7-1 8-4 3-2 4-5 4-3 8-5 0-6 5-17 4-7 5-3

1-6 12-4 4-10 2-4 8-2 2-5 7-6 2-6 3-2 2-8 4-5 6-5 1-0 2-9 1-14 0-7 10-1 7-3 9-0 3-1 3-5 2-3 2-4 8-3 4-5 10-9 2-9 3-2 8-6 7-8 10-11 1-6 19-22 0-3 3-2 3-6 10-8 11-4

4/5 Saint Mary’s W 4/7 at UC Santa Barbara* L 4/8 CS Los Angeles* W 4/11 Pepperdine* W 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 * Southern California Baseball Association game (1) SCBA Tourn., Long Beach, CA (2) Sun Classic at San Diego, CA

1981 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 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/24 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/28 5/1

32-29, 16-11 SCBA Head Coach Marv Wood at CS Northridge W at CS Northridge W UCLA W at Chapman W Chapman L Chapman W Cal Poly Pomona W at CS Dominguez Hills L USC L at USC L at USC L at Cal Poly Pomona L San Diego State L at UCLA W at Azusa Pacific L Azusa Pacific W Azusa Pacific W CS Dominguez Hills W CS Fullerton (1) L Pepperdine (1) W San Diego (1) W at San Diego State L at San Diego State L at San Diego State W CS Fullerton* L Long Beach State* L at Long Beach State* W at Long Beach State* W at Pepperdine* W Cal Lutheran W at UC Irvine* W UC Irvine* L UC Irvine* W UC Santa Barbara* W UC Riverside L at Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* W Pepperdine* L at CS Los Angeles* W at Chapman L UC Santa Barbara* W at UC Santa Barbara* W at UC Santa Barbara* W at Oral Roberts L at Oral Roberts L at Oklahoma State W at Wichita State L at Wichita State L at Wichita State W at Wichita State L at UC Irvine* L at CS Los Angeles* W

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6-4 8-9 4-3 16-6 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

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

LIONS YEAR-BY-YEAR

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


5/2 CS Los Angeles* L 5/2 CS Los Angeles* L 5/5 at San Diego* L 5/8 San Diego* W 5/9 San Diego* L 5/9 San Diego* W 5/15 CS Fullerton* W 5/16 at CS Fullerton* W 5/16 at CS Fullerton* L * Southern California Baseball Association game (1) SCBA Tourn., Long Beach, CA

1-5 2-15 7-8 14-7 9-10 8-7 13-6 6-5 3-9

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1982

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

1983 2/6 2/11 2/12

5-3 6-5 3-8 4-6 4-12 7-6 4-1 7-2 6-12 5-8 8-5 2-10 1-5 9-6 4-0 8-5 10-5 10-5 24-1 3-1 5-12 4-3 3-4 1-6 2-11 3-5 4-5 4-8 10-14 1-4 3-7 6-5 6-4 8-1 8-9 3-11 12-7 0-7 1-15 3-9 10-9 1-4 5-6 6-2 5-6 5-6 9-1 4-5 5-3 8-5 8-2 2-1 3-2 4-7 14-7 1-5 4-6 10-4 8-7 3-10 6-7 5-4 8-9

11-41, 5-23 SCBA Head Coach Marv Wood at USC at San Diego State at San Diego State

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15-7 6-7 1-4

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2/12 at San Diego State L 2/13 Santa Clara (1) L 2/15 at Azusa Pacific W 2/18 at CS Dominguez Hills L 2/19 at Azusa Pacific W 2/19 at Azusa Pacific L 2/21 at U.S. International W 3/5 Fresno State L 3/5 Fresno State L 3/7 CS Northridge L 3/8 CS Northridge L 3/10 Cal Poly Pomona L at U.S. International L at U.S. International W 3/22 CS Fullerton* L 3/23 Northwestern L 3/25 Long Beach State* L 3/26 at Long Beach State* L 3/26 at Long Beach State* L 3/29 at CS Los Angeles* L 3/30 at UCLA L 4/1 at San Diego* W 4/2 San Diego* L 4/2 San Diego* W 4/4 at Cal Poly Pomona L 4/6 UCLA W 4/8 at UNLV L 4/9 at UNLV L 4/9 at UNLV L 4/12 UC Santa Barbara* L 4/15 CS Fullerton* L 4/16 at CS Fullerton* L 4/16 at CS Fullerton* L 4/19 at UC Irvine* W 4/22 at CS Los Angeles* L 4/23 CS Los Angeles* W 4/23 CS Los Angeles* W 4/26 Long Beach State* L 4/29 at Pepperdine* L 4/30 Pepperdine* L 4/30 Pepperdine* L 5/3 at Pepperdine* L 5/6 at UC Irvine* L 5/7 UC Irvine* L 5/7 UC Irvine* L 5/10 San Diego* L 5/13 UC Santa Barbara* L 5/14 at UC Santa Barbara* L 5/14 at UC Santa Barbara* L * Southern California Baseball Association game (1) Game played at UCLA

1984 2/10 2/11 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/28 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/23 3/24

23-38, 10-18 SCBA Head Coach Marv Wood Fresno State L Fresno State L Fresno State L Azusa Pacific W CS Northridge W San Diego State L San Diego State W San Diego State L Santa Clara W at CS Northridge L Cal Lutheran W at CS Los Angeles W CS Los Angeles W CS Los Angeles W at UCLA L UC Riverside L at UC Riverside W at UC Riverside L USC W UCLA L at Hawaii L at Hawaii L at Hawaii L at Hawaii L Portland L CS Dominguez Hills L Gonzaga W Gonzaga W at Long Beach State* W Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L

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5-21 5-6 8-13 11-8 10-8 4-7 7-5 2-13 5-4 6-7 9-7 12-2 11-10 15-6 2-6 8-16 6-3 4-5 11-4 5-8 1-5 2-3 5-15 9-11 7-8 2-3 10-2 5-2 12-2 2-13 2-8

3/24 at Pepperdine* L 3/27 San Diego* W 3/29 at Cal Poly Pomona L 3/30 at Chapman L 4/6 at UNLV* L 4/6 at UNLV* L 4/7 at UNLV* L 4/7 at UNLV* L 4/10 at USC L 4/11 Cal Poly Pomona L 4/13 San Diego* W 4/14 at San Diego* L 4/14 at San Diego* W 4/17 Pepperdine* W 4/18 at Azusa Pacific W 4/20 at CS Fullerton* L 4/21 CS Fullerton* W 4/21 CS Fullerton* L 4/24 UC Irvine* W 4/27 at Long Beach State* L 4/28 Long Beach State* W 4/28 Long Beach State* L 5/1 at CS Fullerton* L 5/4 at UC Santa Barbara* L 5/5 UC Santa Barbara* L 5/5 UC Santa Barbara* W 5/8 UC Santa Barbara* L 5/11 UC Irvine* L 5/12 at UC Irvine* L 5/12 at UC Irvine* W * Southern California Baseball Association game

1985 2/5 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/29 3/30 3/30 4//1 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/9 4/11 4/14 4/16 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/23 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/4

27-28, 12-12 WCC Head Coach Dave Snow UC Riverside USC at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State at UCLA at CS Dominguez Hills CS Los Angeles CS Los Angeles UC Santa Barbara at CS Northridge CS Dominguez Hills CS Hayward at CS Angeles at San Diego State at San Diego State at UC Riverside Cal Poly Pomona New Mexico New Mexico New Mexico at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* Oral Roberts CS Northridge at Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* at San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* at CS Fullerton Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara* at USC Southern Cal College CS Fullerton UCLA at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at Long Beach State Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at UC Santa Barbara UC Irvine San Diego* at San Diego*

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

7-8 3-11 2-7 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


5/4 at San Diego* 5/11 Nevada-Reno* 5/12 Nevada-Reno* 5/12 Nevada-Reno* * West Coast Conference game

4-2 8-4 3-7 5-10

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11-5 3-1 13-2 8-2 9-1 4-0 7-4 8-2 7-9 8-5 6-5 8-3 7-2 6-8 1-12 4-1 0-6 2-1 10-4 23-5 6-13 4-3 5-11 14-7 7-0 5-0 10-7 9-5 6-5 12-7 10-8 12-4 12-1 16-6 11-4 14-8 6-8 13-3 17-9 34-11 11-1 23-9 10-2 10-6 1-2 3-4 14-4 6-2 7-8 11-9 7-3 7-3 22-10 8-11 1-9 10-8 14-9 5-11 12-10 14-6 10-6 12-5 4-3 5-7 5-11

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5-6 15-5 5-3 3-2

1986

50-15, 19-5 WCC Head Coach Dave Snow 2/2 U.S. International 2/2 U.S. International 2/4 at U.S. International 2/8 CS Los Angeles 2/8 at CS Los Angeles 2/9 at CS Los Angeles 2/11 UCLA 2/14 at Arizona State 2/15 at Arizona State 2/15 at Arizona State 2/17 Fresno State 2/21 Long Beach State 2/22 at Long Beach State 2/25 UC Irvine 2/28 San Diego State 3/1 San Diego State 3/1 San Diego State 3/4 at CS Fullerton 3/7 Cal Poly SLO 3/11 New Mexico 3/14 Pepperdine* 3/15 at Pepperdine* 3/17 Oral Roberts 3/21 at Santa Clara* 3/22 at Santa Clara* 3/22 at Santa Clara* 3/25 at UC Irvine 3/26 Saint Mary’s* 3/27 Saint Mary’s* 3/27 Saint Mary’s* 4/1 at USC 4/4 at San Diego* 4/5 at San Diego* 4/5 at San Diego* 4/7 UC Santa Barbara 4/11 Sacramento State 4/12 Sacramento State 4/12 Sacramento State 4/16 at UCLA 4/18 San Francisco* 4/19 San Francisco* 4/19 San Francisco* 4/25 at Pepperdine* 4/25 CS Fullerton 4/25 at Pepperdine* 4/26 Pepperdine* 4/26 Pepperdine* 4/28 at UC Santa Barbara 4/29 USC 5/2 San Diego* 5/3 San Diego* 5/3 San Diego* 5/6 CS Dominguez Hills 5/9 at Nevada* 5/10 at Nevada* 5/10 at Nevada* 5/17 Pepperdine (1) 5/22 UC Santa Barbara (2) 5/23 UCLA (2) 5/24 UC Santa Barbara (2) 5/24 Hawaii (2) 5/25 Hawaii (2) 5/30 Louisiana State (3) 6/2 Arizona (3) 6/5 Oklahoma State (3) * West Coast Conference game (1) WCC Playoff Game at UCLA (2) NCAA West Regional, Los Angeles (3) College World Series, Omaha, NE

1987 2/3 2/3 2/4 2/6

36-21-1, 10-12-1 WCC Head Coach Dave Snow CS Los Angeles at CS Los Angeles Cal Poly SLO UCLA

LMU Baseball

2/7 at UCLA 2/8 UC Irvine 2/10 Cal Poly Pomona 2/12 at Arizona State 2/13 at Arizona State 2/14 at Arizona State 2/16 at U.S. International 2/20 U.S. International 2/21 U.S. International 2/21 U.S. International 2/22 Long Beach State 2/27 at Fresno State 2/28 at Fresno State 3/1 at Fresno State 3/3 Portland 3/6 at Pepperdine* 3/7 Pepperdine* 3/7 Pepperdine* 3/9 Pacific 3/11 at UC Irvine 3/14 Santa Clara* 3/14 Santa Clara* 3/14 Santa Clara* 3/17 CS Dominguez Hills 3/20 at Saint Mary’s* 3/21 at Saint Mary’s* 3/24 at Long Beach State 3/25 Chapman 3/27 San Diego* 3/28 San Diego* 3/28 San Diego* 3/30 CS Fullerton 4/3 at Arizona 4/4 at Arizona 4/5 at Arizona 4/7 Fresno State 4/8 Fresno State 4/10 at San Francisco* 4/11 at San Francisco* 4/11 at San Francisco* 4/14 at USC 4/15 UNLV 4/20 USC 4/21 UC Santa Barbara 4/24 Pepperdine* 4/25 Pepperdine* 4/25 Pepperdine* 4/29 UC Santa Barbara 5/1 at San Diego* 5/2 at San Diego* 5/2 at San Diego* 5/2 Nevada* 5/9 Nevada* 5/9 Nevada* * West Coast Conference game

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

48-18, 18-6 WCC Head Coach Dave Snow CS Los Angeles at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State UCLA UC Santa Barbara Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech at UCLA Long Beach State CS Dominguez Hills U.S. International U.S. International UC Irvine at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Cal Poly SLO Cal Poly SLO at CS Los Angeles Chapman Portland Portland Portland at CS Fullerton at UC Irvine

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7-6 12-7 5-3 8-5 4-3 12-13 8-6 5-4 19-4 7-1 15-2 5-3 6-7 1-10 13-8 5-6 1-6 3-7 8-4 19-4 5-7 8-9 7-6 5-7 2-1 4-5 17-2 18-10 9-10 10-6 5-5 4-5 7-10 15-7 16-11 7-4 10-9 7-6 6-0 13-8 3-2 17-10 2-15 10-4 7-8 3-8 6-7 5-6 9-7 9-0 3-7 2-4 9-2 7-2

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

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

3/18 San Francisco* 3/19 San Francisco* 3/19 San Francisco* 3/20 San Francisco* 3/22 at USC 3/23 at UC Santa Barbara 3/25 California 3/26 California 3/17 California 3/29 Nebraska 3/30 Nebraska 4/5 at Fresno State 4/6 at Fresno State 4/8 at San Diego* 4/9 at San Diego* 4/9 at San Diego* 4/10 at San Diego* 4/12 USC 4/15 Saint Mary’s* 4/16 Saint Mary’s* 4/16 Saint Mary’s* 4/17 Saint Mary’s* 4/22 at Nevada* 4/23 at Nevada* 4/23 at Nevada* 4/24 at Nevada* 4/29 at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Long Beach State Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Arkansas (1) Wichita State (1) McNeese State (1) Oklahoma State (1) * West Coast Conference game (1) NCAA 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 4/4 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/11

39-24-1, 18-5 WCC Head Coach Chris Smith U.S. International UC Irvine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford USC Long Beach State at California at California at California UCLA CS Fullerton Southern Utah State Southern Utah State Southern Utah State at CS Fullerton Long Beach State at Long Beach State Portland UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara Chapman at UCLA at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* Utah Minnesota Minnesota Fresno State Cal Poly Pomona at U.S. International at U.S. International at USC San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* UC Irvine at UC Irvine

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15-7 12-6 18-0 5-2 4-1 17-4 13-5 13-10 4-3 15-9 10-7 1-6 6-18 18-2 5-4 6-5 6-4 6-10 12-7 7-3 12-6 17-0 8-3 25-5 18-9 5-10 6-14 5-6 4-8 16-12 10-0 4-11 2-10 9-3 10-7 8-3 6-10 12-4 6-8

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20-12 6-6 5-6 4-11 6-9 5-7 0-9 5-6 2-9 8-0 5-2 6-7 12-4 9-1 9-3 5-7 3-4 4-1 4-3 8-14 20-2 11-12 2-5 14-5 7-2 7-8 6-3 5-2 10-1 6-7 6-5 19-9 17-7 7-8 3-4 7-6 10-5 8-0 11-1 6-3 0-1

LIONS YEAR-BY-YEAR

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4/14 at Saint Mary’s* 4/15 at Saint Mary’s* 4/15 at Saint Mary’s* 4/16 at Saint Mary’s* 4/19 Fresno State 4/21 Nevada* 4/22 Nevada* 4/23 Nevada* 4/23 Nevada* 4/25 CS Los Angeles 4/28 Santa Clara* 4/29 Santa Clara* 4/30 Santa Clara* 4/30 Santa Clara* 5/3 at Long Beach State 5/5 at Pepperdine* 5/6 at Pepperdine* 5/6 at Pepperdine* 5/7 at Pepperdine* 5/26 Oklahoma (1) 5/27 Eastern Kentucky (1) Oklahoma (1) 5/28 Arizona (1) * West Coast Conference game (1) NCAA West I Regional, Tucson, AZ

LIONS YEAR-BY-YEAR

1990 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 3/20 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/28 3/30 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/22 4/25 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/4 5/5 5/5 5/13 5/13

45-17, 25-9 WCC Head Coach Chris Smith Cal Poly Pomona Chapman UC Irvine at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona South Alabama at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* CS Fullerton UCLA San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at CS Fullerton Pacific Pacific San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* Utah Wisconsin at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* California Nevada* Nevada* Nevada* Nevada* at USC Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Pepperdine* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at Long Beach State at U.S. International at UCLA at San Diego* at San Diego* at San Diego* Long Beach State Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara* U.S. International U.S. International at U.S. International

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

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

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

LMU Baseball

5/18 at Pepperdine* 5/19 at Pepperdine* 5/19 at Pepperdine* Washington State (1) 5/20 Arizona State (1) * West Coast Conference game (1) NCAA West II Regional, Tempe, AZ

L W L L L

3-4 7-2 0-3 2-13 9-11

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

4-8 8-4 11-1 1-9 2-8 12-19 7-5 11-2 5-10 19-1 9-6 1-3 5-6 8-7 4-2 5-4 16-2 9-3 4-7 4-3 8-2 6-2 5-3 9-7 7-8 3-4 1-5 6-3 2-10 8-9 18-2 9-5 9-1 2-1 8-9 1-6 8-6 9-16 16-7 10-2 10-8 3-4 9-7 11-5 5-6 14-3 5-6 8-4 4-2 13-5 6-4 24-12 4-5 8-3 13-5 13-3 9-10 18-8 1-3 10-6

16-36, 10-16 WCC Head Coach Jody Robinson at UC Irvine L Nevada W Nevada L Nevada L at Long Beach St. L UC Santa Barbara L UC Santa Barbara W UC Santa Barbara L CS Fullerton L

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

1991

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

1992 1/28 1/31 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/11

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2/18 Long Beach State 2/25 UC Irvine 2/28 San Diego* 2/29 San Diego* 3/3 San Diego* 3/4 at USC 3/6 UCLA 3/7 at Saint Mary’s* 3/7 at Saint Mary’s* 3/7 at Saint Mary’s*# 3/10 at Long Beach State 3/13 Pepperdine* 3/14 Pepperdine* 3/14 Pepperdine* 3/16 Hartford 3/17 Chapman 3/20 San Francisco* 3/24 USC 3/27 at Santa Clara* 3/28 at Santa Clara* 3/28 at Santa Clara* 3/31 at Fresno State 4/3 at San Francisco* 4/4 at San Francisco* 4/4 at San Francisco* 4/5 at San Francisco* 4/7 Fresno State 4/8 at CS Northridge 4/10 Santa Clara* 4/11 Santa Clara* 4/11 Santa Clara* 4/14 at UCLA 4/16 CS Fullerton 4/18 at CS Fullerton 4/18 at CS Fullerton 4/21 at Chapman 4/24 Saint Mary’s* 4/25 Saint Mary’s* 4/25 Saint Mary’s* 4/28 Christ College 5/8 at Pepperdine* 5/8 at Pepperdine* 5/9 at Pepperdine* * West Coast Conference game # game later forfeited to LMU

1993 1/29 1/30 1/31 2/2 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/9 2/17 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/27 2/27 2/28 3/3 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/16 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/24 3/24 3/27 3/28 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/7

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

23-33, 14-16 WCC Head Coach Jody Robinson at UC Santa Barbara W at UC Santa Barbara L at UC Santa Barbara W at USC L at Fresno State L at Fresno State L at Fresno State L Chapman W CS Fullerton L CS Northridge L CS Northridge L CS Northridge L Southern Utah W Southern Utah W Southern Utah W UCLA L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W at USC L Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W USC L at Pepperdine* W at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Chapman W at San Diego* L at San Diego* L at San Diego* W at Long Beach State L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* L Long Beach State L CS San Bernardino L

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

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

1994

1995

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

LMU Baseball

1996 1/26 1/27 1/30 2/2 2/3 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13

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

22-38, 14-14 WCC Head Coach Jody Robinson UC Santa Barbara L at UC Santa Barbara L at USC L at Arizona State L at Arizona State L at Arizona State L Long Beach State L at Grand Canyon (1) L Oklahoma State (1) L New Mexico State (1) W San Diego State L Portland State W Portland State L Portland State L UCLA W at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Long Beach State L at Hawaii L at Hawaii L at Hawaii L at Hawaii-Hilo W at Hawaii-Hilo W at Hawaii-Hilo W

2-12 2-9 5-11 7-19 2-10 6-11 8-21 7-8 10-20 7-6 6-16 5-1 3-6 7-10 10-7 1-7 1-5 5-6 0-6 3-15 4-10 6-16 4-12 8-2 10-9 10-5

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3/17 at CS Fullerton 3/20 at CS Northridge 3/22 Portland* 3/23 Portland* 3/24 Portland* 3/24 Portland* 3/27 USC 3/29 at Saint Mary’s* 3/30 at Saint Mary’s* 3/30 at Saint Mary’s* 3/31 at Saint Mary’s* 4/2 CS Northridge 4/8 at UNLV 4/9 at UNLV 4/10 CS Fullerton 4/12 San Francisco* 4/13 San Francisco* 4/13 San Francisco* 4/14 San Francisco* 4/17 Cal Poly Pomona 4/19 at Gonzaga* 4/20 at Gonzaga* 4/21 at Gonzaga* 4/21 at Gonzaga* 4/24 at UCLA 4/26 San Diego* 4/27 San Diego* 4/27 San Diego* 4/28 San Diego* 4/30 at San Diego State 5/3 at Santa Clara* 5/4 at Santa Clara* 5/5 at Santa Clara* 5/5 at Santa Clara* * West Coast Conference game (1) GCU Dual in the Desert, Phoenix

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 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/29 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/19 4/19

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2-13 0-15 10-5 15-1 10-6 3-0 3-13 9-13 8-4 2-5 12-5 4-5 7-12 8-12 7-12 10-9 10-7 10-4 2-15 8-7 18-1 11-10 3-4 11-7 5-11 8-5 1-3 10-3 8-12 13-4 2-3 6-7 0-4 5-22

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2-7 3-8 10-9 10-14 5-4 2-6 7-6 1-13 5-10 4-13 11-3 10-7 5-6 11-10 4-8 12-10 7-10 5-8 5-7 4-5 9-11 4-12 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

21-39, 11-17 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz at USC at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara San Diego State Biola Sonoma State at UCLA UCLA at UCLA at CS Fullerton Pt. Loma Nazarene (1) Utah (1) Missouri (1) at San Diego State (1) Nevada Nevada Nevada at Long Beach State CS Northridge at CS Northridge Long Beach State at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo Gonzaga* Gonzaga* Gonzaga* Gonzaga* at UNLV at UNLV CS Dominguez Hills at Portland* at Portland* at Portland* at Portland* CS Northridge Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara* USC at San Diego* at San Diego* at San Diego*

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26-31, 13-17 WCC Head Coach Jody Robinson 2/5 Biola W 2/8 CS Fullerton L 2/11 at Hawaii L 2/12 at Hawaii L 2/13 at Hawaii W 2/15 at Hawaii-Hilo W 2/15 at Hawaii-Hilo W 2/18 Portland State W 2/19 Portland State L 2/19 Portland State L 2/22 Long Beach State L 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

1/27 at UNLV 1/28 at UNLV 1/29 at UNLV 2/3 CS Northridge 2/4 at CS Northridge 2/5 CS Northridge 2/15 at USC 2/10 Southern Utah 2/11 Southern Utah 2/11 Southern Utah 2/15 USC 2/21 Long Beach State 2/24 at Arizona State 2/25 at Arizona State 2/26 at Arizona State 2/28 at Long Beach State 3/3 at San Diego* 3/4 at San Diego* 3/4 at San Diego* 3/8 at UCLA 3/10 Saint Mary’s* 3/10 Saint Mary’s* 3/15 CS Fullerton 3/17 at Pepperdine* 3/18 at Pepperdine* 3/18 at Pepperdine* 3/21 Dartmouth 3/24 San Francisco* 3/25 San Francisco* 3/25 San Francisco* 3/31 at Santa Clara* 4/1 at Santa Clara* 4/1 at Santa Clara* 4/5 at CS Fullerton 4/7 at Saint Mary’s* 4/7 at Saint Mary’s* 4/8 at Saint Mary’s* 4/8 at Saint Mary’s* 4/11 San Diego State 4/13 Grand Canyon 4/15 Grand Canyon 4/15 Grand Canyon 4/21 San Diego* 4/22 San Diego* 4/22 San Diego* 4/25 at San Diego State 4/28 at San Francisco* 4/29 at San Francisco* 4/29 at San Francisco* 5/3 UCLA 5/5 Santa Clara* 5/6 Santa Clara* 5/6 Santa Clara* 5/14 Pepperdine* 5/15 Pepperdine* * West Coast Conference game


4/20 at San Diego* 4/23 at CS Northridge 4/25 Saint Mary’s* 4/26 Saint Mary’s* 4/26 Saint Mary’s* 4/27 Saint Mary’s* 5/2 at San Francisco* 5/3 at San Francisco* 5/3 at San Francisco* 5/4 at San Francisco* 5/9 Pepperdine* 5/10 Pepperdine* 5/10 Pepperdine* 5/11 Pepperdine* * West Coast Conference game (1) San Diego Baseball Classic

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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

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10-11 15-13 17-12 8-12 9-17 5-4 6-12 10-6 22-9 6-6 10-7 4-10 3-7 2-3 1-2 12-4 2-3 27-3 14-8 16-8 14-3 8-7 12-5 4-6 8-7 0-4 9-4 9-13 11-12 16-8 8-3 15-8 7-6 11-10 15-16 6-9 0-5 5-3 12-6 11-4 9-10 16-4 7-5 9-1 4-3 6-4 14-6 11-12 16-4 6-9 12-11 12-8 3-4 20-10 5-3 6-2 9-19 5-13

33-28, 18-12 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz CS Dominguez Hills W Nevada L

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LIONS YEAR-BY-YEAR

1998

34-23-1, 21-8 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz 1/27 at CS Northridge 1/30 Utah 1/31 Utah 2/1 Utah 2/3 at CS Fullerton 2/6 Nevada 2/7 Nevada 2/8 Nevada 2/10 CS Dominguez Hills 2/13 at UC Santa Barbara 2/14 UC Santa Barbara 2/15 at UCLA 2/20 at Hawaii 2/21 at Hawaii 2/22 at Hawaii 2/25 CS Northridge 2/28 CS Los Angeles 3/4 CS Los Angeles 3/7 CS Los Angeles 3/10 UCLA 3/14 Gonzaga* 3/15 Gonzaga* 3/15 Gonzaga* 3/17 at USC 3/21 Santa Clara* 3/22 Santa Clara* 3/22 Santa Clara* 3/27 San Diego* 3/28 San Diego* 3/28 San Diego* 3/31 Long Beach State 4/4 Portland* 4/5 Portland* 4/5 Portland* 4/7 San Diego State 4/9 at Pepperdine* 4/11 at Pepperdine* 4/11 at Pepperdine* 4/14 USC 4/18 at San Francisco* 4/19 at San Francisco* 4/19 at San Francisco* 4/20 at Saint Mary’s* 4/21 at Long Beach State 4/24 at Santa Clara* 4/25 at Santa Clara* 4/25 at Santa Clara* 4/29 CS Fullerton 5/2 Saint Mary’s* 5/2 Saint Mary’s* 5/3 Saint Mary’s* 5/3 Saint Mary’s* 5/10 at Portland* 5/11 at Portland* 5/11 at Portland* 5/21 Stanford (1) 5/22 Long Beach State (1) 5/23 Alabama (1) * West Coast Conference game (1) NCAA Regionals, Palo Alto, CA

1999 2/3 2/5

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

40-19, 22-8 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz at California at California at California USC at UC Santa Barbara UCLA Utah Utah Utah CS Los Angeles Cal Poly Cal Poly CS San Bernardino at UC Santa Barbara at Nevada at Nevada at Nevada San Francisco* San Francisco*

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5-13 5-7 8-5 5-7 15-7 3-11 6-3 15-3 5-6 2-6 13-4 5-6 11-7 14-9 5-4 4-7 20-11 4-5 11-4 5-2 10-12 8-5 10-2 2-1 5-4 5-1 3-6 2-8 8-7 12-5 2-4 9-4 1-4 3-6 7-5 19-10 8-6 6-5 3-5 6-3 3-12 6-15 2-4 4-9 7-13 9-2 9-10 10-1 6-1 1-3 15-7 10-11 6-3 12-3 3-2 2-18 7-6 2-10 3-4

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

3/12 San Francisco* 3/14 Long Beach State 3/17 at Gonzaga* 3/18 at Gonzaga* 3/19 at Gonzaga* 3/21 at USC 3/24 Santa Clara* 3/25 Santa Clara* 3/26 Santa Clara* 3/28 at Fresno State 3/31 Saint Mary’s* 4/1 Saint Mary’s* 4/3 Saint Mary’s* 4/4 at UCLA 4/7 at Pepperdine* 4/8 at Pepperdine* 4/9 at Pepperdine* 4/11 CS Fullerton 4/14 at Portland* 4/15 at Portland* 4/16 at Portland* 4/18 San Diego* 4/20 San Diego* 4/22 San Diego* 4/25 at Long Beach State 4/28 at San Francisco* 4/29 at San Francisco* 4/30 at San Francisco* 5/5 Gonzaga* 5/6 Gonzaga* 5/7 Gonzaga* 5/8 at UC Santa Barbara 5/12 at Santa Clara* 5/13 at Santa Clara* 5/13 at Santa Clara* Pepperdine# Pepperdine# at CS Fullerton (1) 5/27 USC (1) at CS Fullerton (1) * West Coast Conference game # WCC Championship Series (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

21-37, 8-22 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz CS Northridge at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at UCLA CS Dominguez Hills Missouri CS Los Angeles at CS Fullerton California California California at USC UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Cal Poly UCLA Gonzaga* Gonzaga* Gonzaga* at San Diego State at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* San Diego State San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* Long Beach State Portland* Portland* Portland* at Long Beach State at Saint Mary’s * at Saint Mary’s * at Saint Mary’s *

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13-10 9-11 4-5 4-19 8-4 3-7 20-4 16-9 6-4 5-8 30-9 7-15 11-7 23-12 4-5 3-1 4-3 11-2 2-4 3-2 8-7 11-8 4-6 8-5 10-4 10-2 9-7 9-6 5-1 12-2 13-8 2-0 11-1 2-9 8-9 19-5 6-2 6-4 5-13 2-5

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


4/10 CS Northridge 4/12 Pepperdine* 4/14 Pepperdine* 4/16 Pepperdine* 4/17 CS Fullerton 4/20 at San Diego * 4/21 at San Diego* 4/22 at San Diego* 4/24 USC 4/27 Santa Clara* 4/28 Santa Clara* 4/29 Santa Clara* 5/4 at San Francisco* 5/6 at San Francisco* 5/6 at San Francisco* 5/8 at CS Northridge 5/11 at Gonzaga* 5/12 at Gonzaga* 5/13 at Gonzaga* * West Coast Conference game

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

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5-0 4-8 7-5 5-6 2-7 0-13 17-15 5-4 6-7 1-10 3-17 2-8 6-3 2-15 2-7 5-10 9-10 1-7 5-8 3-2 5-6 (10) 12-5 10-14 10-6 31-7 6-4 11-7 21-25 2-12 5-1 5-2 2-12 2-3 8-2 3-5 8-14 10-9 7-5 4-8 2-11 1-9 1-9 14-6 3-6 1-17 9-19 14-5 4-14 7-14 13-4 7-5 8-11 6-9 10-18 8-5 11-5

2002

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

LMU Baseball

2003

26-30, 13-17 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz 2/7 at California 2/8 at California 2/9 at California 2/14 at Washington 2/15 at Washington 2/16 at Washington 2/18 CS Northridge 2/21 at Cal Poly 2/22 at Cal Poly 2/23 at Cal Poly 2/28 San Jose State 3/1 San Jose State 3/2 San Jose State 3/4 UCLA 3/7 UC Santa Barbara 3/8 UC Santa Barbara 3/9 UC Santa Barbara 3/11 at CS Northridge 3/14 at Portland* 3/15 at Portland* 3/16 at Portland* 3/19 CS Fullerton 3/21 at San Francisco* 3/22 at San Francisco* 3/23 at San Francisco* 3/26 UC Riverside 3/28 San Diego* 3/29 San Diego* 3/29 San Diego* 4/1 Long Beach State 4/4 Saint Mary’s* 4/5 Saint Mary’s* 4/6 Saint Mary’s* 4/8 CS Fullerton 4/11 at Pepperdine* 4/12 at Pepperdine* 4/13 at Pepperdine* 4/15 USC 4/17 Gonzaga* 4/19 Gonzaga* 4/19 Gonzaga* 4/22 Long Beach State 4/25 at Santa Clara* 4/26 at Santa Clara* 4/27 at Santa Clara* 4/29 at UCLA 5/2 at San Diego* 5/4 at San Diego* 5/4 at San Diego* 5/9 San Francisco* 5/10 San Francisco* 5/11 San Francisco* 5/13 at USC 5/16 Portland* 5/17 Portland* 5/18 Portland* * West Coast Conference game

2004 2/10 2/14 2/15 2/15 2/17 2/21 2/21 2/24 2/28 2/28 2/29 3/02 3/05 3/06 3/07 3/09 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/19 3/20

32-22-1, 20-7 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz UC Riverside at Baylor at Baylor at Baylor UCLA New Mexico State New Mexico State CS Fullerton at San Jose State at San Jose State at San Jose State at Fresno State San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* at UC Santa Barbara at Washington at Washington at Washington at UCLA at San Diego* at San Diego*

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

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

3/21 at San Diego* 3/22 New Mexico State 3/23 at USC 3/26 Gonzaga* 3/27 Gonzaga* 3/28 Gonzaga* 3/30 UC Santa Barbara 4/02 Saint Mary’s* 4/03 Saint Mary’s* 4/04 Saint Mary’s* 4/06 at UC Riverside 4/08 at Portland* 4/10 at Portland* 4/10 at Portland* 4/13 at CS Fullerton 4/16 at Santa Clara* 4/17 at Santa Clara* 4/18 at Santa Clara* 4/20 USC 4/23 San Francisco* 4/24 San Francisco* 4/25 San Francisco* 4/27 at San Diego State 4/30 Pepperdine* 5/1 Pepperdine* 5/02 Pepperdine* 5/09 at Saint Mary’s* 5/09 at Saint Mary’s* 5/10 at Saint Mary’s* 5/11 CS Northridge 5/18 at CS Northridge 5/28 Pepperdine (1) 5/29 Pepperdine (1) * 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 3/1 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/29 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/10

31-27, 18-12 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz California California California CS Fullerton Chapman Utah Utah Utah at Fresno State at Houston at Houston at Houston at Long Beach State 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 State 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

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

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

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

· LIONS YEAR-BY-YEAR

5/13 at San Diego* 5/14 at San Diego* 5/15 at San Diego* 5/17 at UCLA 5/20 Gonzaga* 5/21 Gonzaga* 5/21 Gonzaga* 5/22 Gonzaga* 5/27 Pepperdine(1) 5/28 Pepperdine(1) 5/29 Pepperdine(1) * West Coast Conference game (1) WCC Championship Series

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5-3 9-1 0-4 6-1 3-0 13-6 10-9 8-7 7-3 5-7 8-18

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

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9-5 8-1 8-5 2-5 0-2 2-7 15-15 6-10

2006

24-32, 11-10 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz 2/3 at Arizona 2/4 at Arizona 2/5 at Arizona 2/7 at UC Irvine 2/10 Cal Poly 2/11 Cal Poly 2/12 Cal Poly 2/17 Hawaii 2/18 Hawaii 2/19 Hawaii 2/21 UC Riverside 2/24 at San Jose State 2/25 at San Jose State 2/26 at San Jose State 3/3 UC Santa Barbara 3/4 UC Santa Barbara 3/5 UC Santa Barbara 3/7 Long Beach State 3/10 at New Mexico State 3/11 at New Mexico State 3/12 at New Mexico State 3/14 UC Irvine 3/17 at CS Northridge 3/18 at CS Northridge 3/19 CS Northridge 3/21 USC 3/23 Northwestern 3/25 at UC Riverside 3/26 at UC Riverside 3/26 at UC Riverside 3/29 Cal State Fullerton 3/31 Pepperdine* 4/1 Pepperdine* 4/2 Pepperdine* 4/7 Saint Mary’s* 4/8 Saint Mary’s* 4/9 Saint Mary’s* 4/13 at San Diego* 4/15 at San Diego* 4/15 at San Diego* 4/18 at Cal State Fullerton 4/21 Santa Clara* 4/22 Santa Clara* 4/23 Santa Clara* 4/25 at USC 4/28 Gonzaga* 4/29 Gonzaga* 4/30 Gonzaga* 5/9 at Long Beach State 5/12 at San Francisco* 5/13 at San Francisco* 5/14 at San Francisco* 5/16 Cal State Northridge 5/19 at Portland* 5/20 at Portland* 5/21 at Portland* *West Coast Conference game

2007 2/2 2/3 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/13

22-33-1, 9-12 WCC Head Coach Frank Cruz Sacramento State Sacramento State Sacramento State USC at UC Irvine at UC Irvine UC Irvine at San Diego State

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

at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State UNLV San Jose State San Jose State San Jose State at USC at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Cal Poly Cal State Northridge at Tulane at Tulane at Tulane at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* San Diego State at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* at Long Beach State San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* UC Irvine at Santa Clara Broncos* at Santa Clara Broncos* at Santa Clara Broncos* at Gonzaga* at Gonzaga* at Gonzaga* at Cal State Fullerton Portland* Portland* Portland* Long Beach State

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

4-15 3-5 4-5 3-5 3-4 6-5 7-15 1-7 5-3 2-0 5-4 9-8 1-4 7-3 3-2 4-6 4-5 2-11 3-9 3-9 4-3 5-16 4-10 4-3 9-4 1-3 5-6 2-3 3-1 11-3 8-0 8-2 6-5 1-5 1-12 3-10 8-14 5-4 7-6 1-11 6-7 2-9 4-6 5-13 3-1 2-11 2-1 2-21

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT RECORD Alabama 0-1 Arizona 8-14 Arizona State 4-18 Arkansas 1-0 Azusa Pacific 5-4 Baylor 1-2 Biola 1-1 Cal Lutheran 3-0 Cal Poly Pomona 14-8 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 15-6 California 10-10 Chapman 11-18 Christ College 1-1 Colorado State 0-1 Cal State Dominguez Hills 13-7 Cal State Fullerton 21-54 Cal State Los Angeles 26-19 Cal State Northridge 26-30 Cal State San Bernardino 1-1 Dartmouth 1-0 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 Eastern Michigan 1-1

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Fresno State 8-21 Gonzaga 29-23 Grand Canyon 3-4 Hartford 3-1 Hawaii 5-12 Hawaii-Hilo 11-2 Houston 1-2 Illinois 2-0 LaVerne 1-0 Long Beach State 30-49 Louisiana State 1-0 McNeese State 1-0 Minnesota 1-1 Mississippi State 1-2 Missouri 1-1 Nebraska 2-0 Nevada 31-18 New Mexico 3-0 New Mexico State 6-0-1 Northern Arizona 0-1 Northwestern 1-1 Oklahoma State 2-6 Oral Roberts 0-2 Oregon 4-0 Oregon State 1-0 Pacific 5-2 Pepperdine 49-83 Point Loma Nazarene 1-1 37-14 Portland Portland State 3-4 Sacramento State 5-1 Saint Mary’s 74-32 San Diego 64-59-1 San Diego State 29-62 San Francisco 67-40 San Jose State 10-6 Santa Clara 55-62 Sonoma State 1-0 Southern Alabama 1-0 Southern Utah State 7-2 Stanford 1-5 Texas 0-3 Texas Tech 4-0 Tulane 2-1 UC Davis 1-2 UC Irvine 30-31-3 UC Riverside 7-8 UC Santa Barbara 48-38-1 UCLA 33-31 UNLV 10-15 US International 23-3 USC 15-43 Utah 7-7 Valley State 1-1 Washington State 2-5 Westmont 2-0 Wichita State 1-4 Willamette 1-0 Wisconsin 1-0 2008 Opponent

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CAL STATE FULLERTON TITANS

Location Sacramento, Calif. Enrollment 28,829 Colors Green and Gold Home Field Hornet Field 2007 17-40/10-14 WAC (6th) Last Playoffs NA Starters R/L 6/3 Newcomers 21 Series vs. LMU LMU 5-1 Head Coach John Smith School Record 810-819-1 (30 years) Career Record 810-819-1 (30 years) Assistants Jim Barr, Don Barbara Matt Wilson Baseball SID Brian Berger Email jdfox@csus.edu SID Phone (916) 278-6896 SID Fax (916) 278-5429 Press Box (209) 210-8858 Website www.hornetsports.com

Location Fullerton, Calif. Enrollment 37,104 Colors Navy, Orange and White Home Field Goodwin Field (3,500) 2007 38-25/10-11 Big West (5th) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 6/5 Newcomers 16 Series vs. LMU CSF 54-21 Head Coach Dave Serrano School Record First Season Career Record 114-66-1 (three seasons) Assistants Sergio Brown, Greg Bergeron Brett Lindgren Baseball SID Michael Greenlee Email mgreenlee@fullerton.edu SID Phone (714) 278-3081 SID Fax (714) 278-3141 Press Box (714) 278-5327 Website fullertontitans.com

Location Santa Barbara, Calif. Enrollment 20,000 Colors Blue and Gold Home Field Caesar Uyesaka Stadium (1,000) 2007 23-31/9-12 Big West (6th) Last Playoffs 2001 Starters R/L 6/3 Newcomers 6 Series vs. LMU LMU 48-38-1 Head Coach Bob Brontsema School Record 371-379 (15 seasons) Career Record 371-379 (15 seasons) Assistants John Kirkgard, Tom Myers Baseball SID Rory Davis Email rorydavis@umail.ucsb.edu SID Phone (805) 893-3428/8603 SID Fax (805) 893-4537 Press Box (805) 893-4671 Website www.ucsbgauchos.com

LONG BEACH STATE 49ERS

OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS MAR 6 @ SDSU TOURNEY

OREGON STATE BEAVERS MAR 7 @ SDSU TOURNEY

Location Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment 32,721 Colors Orange and Black Home Field Allie P. Reynolds Stadium (4,000) 2007 42-21/16-11 Big-12 (3rd) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 2/6 Newcomers 18 Series vs. LMU Oklahoma State 6-2 Head Coach Frank Anderson School Record 155-90 (four seasons) Career Record 155-90 (four seasons) Assistants Greg Evans, Billy Jones Baseball SID Wade McWhorter Email wade.mcwhorter@okstate.edu SID Phone (405) 744-7853 SID Fax (405) 744-7754 Press Box (405) 744-5757 Website okstate.com

Location Corvallis, Ore. Enrollment 19,000 Colors Orange and Black Home Field Goss Stadium (3,000) 2007 49-18 Last Playoffs 2007 National Champion Starters R/L 6/3 Newcomers 11 Series vs. LMU LMU 1-0 Head Coach Pat Casey School Record 440-269-4 (13 seasons) Career Record 611-382-5 (20 seasons) Assistants Mary Lees, Pat Bailey David Wong Baseball SID Hank Hager Email hank.hager@oregonstate.edu SID Phone (541) 737-7472 SID Fax (541) 737-3072 Press Box (541) 737-7475 Website osubeavers.com

MAR 4 @ LONG BEACH/ APR 8 @ HOME

Location Long Beach, Calif. Enrollment 35,600 Colors Black and Gold Home Field Blair Field (3,000) 2007 39-20/15-6 Big West (2nd) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 8/2 Newcomers 18 Series vs. LMU Long Beach 49-30 Head Coach Mike Weathers School Record 225-131 (six seasons) Career Record 504-411-2 (16 seasons) Assistants Troy Buckley, Andy Rojo TJ Bruce Baseball SID Niall Adler Email Nadler@csulb.edu SID Phone (562) 985-7565 SID Fax (562) 985-1549 Press Box (562) 433-8605 Website longbeachstate.com

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UC SANTA BARBARA GAUCHOS FEB 29-MAR 2 @ HOME

FEB 26 @ FULLERTON/ APR 1 @ HOME

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SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS FEB 22-24 @ SACRAMENTO


2008 OPPONENT INFORMATION

SAN DIEGO STATE AZTECS MAR 8 @ SDSU TOURNEY

UNIV. OF SAN DIEGO TOREROS

UC RIVERSIDE HIGHLANDERS

Location San Diego, Calif. Enrollment 35,887 Colors Scarlet and Black Home Field Tony Gwynn Stadium (3,000) 2007 29-30/12-12 MWC (T-3rd) Last Playoffs 1991 Starters R/L 6/3 Newcomers 20 Series vs. LMU SDSU 62-29 Head Coach Tony Gwynn School Record 142-162 (five seasons) Career Record 142-162 (five seasons) Assistants Rusty Filter, Mark Martinez Jody Stevens Baseball SID Dave Kuhn Email dkuhn@mail.sdsu.edu SID Phone (619) 594-5547 SID Fax (619) 582-6541 Press Box (619) 594-4103 Website goaztecs.com

MAR 9 @ SDSU TOURNEY/ APR 25-27 @ SAN DIEGO

Location San Diego, Calif. Enrollment 7,600 Colors Torero Blue, Navy and White Home Field Cunningham Stadium (1,200) 2007 43-18/18-3 WCC (1st) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 5/3 Newcomers 12 Series vs. LMU LMU 64-59-1 Head Coach Rich Hill School Record 309-219-3 (nine seasons) Career Record 542-439-3 (19 seasons) Assistants Eric Valenzuela, Jay Johnson, Mark Viramontes Baseball SID Chris Loucks Email cloucks@sandiego.edu SID Phone (619) 260-7930 SID Fax (619) 260-2990 Press Box (619) 260-8829 Website usdtoreros.com

MAR 11 @ HOME/ APR 22 @ RIVERSIDE

CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS MAR 14-16 @ BERKELEY

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE MATADORS

USC TROJANS

Location Berkeley, Calif. Enrollment 34,953 Colors Blue and Gold Home Field Evans Diamond (2,500) 2007 29-26/12-12 Pac-10 (4th) Last Playoffs 2001 Starters R/L 16/4 Newcomers 12 Series vs. LMU Tied 10-10 Head Coach David Esquer School Record 230-215 (eight seasons) Career Record 230-215 (eight seasons) Assistants Dan Hubbs, Jon Zuber Tony Arnerich Baseball SID Scott Ball Email sball@berkeley.edu SID Phone (510) 643-1741 SID Fax (510) 643-7778 Press Box (510) 642-3098 Website calbears.com

MAR 18,19 @ HOME/ MAR 22 @ NORTHRIDGE

Location Northridge, Calif. Enrollment 34,560 Colors Red, White and Black Home Field Matador Field (1,000) 2007 15-41/3-18 Big West (8th) Last Playoffs 2002 Starters R/L 4/5 Newcomers 12 Series vs. LMU CSUN 30-26 Head Coach Steve Rousey School Record 92-187-1 (five seasons) Career Record 92-187-1 (five seasons) Assistants Rob McKinley, Mark Kertenian Baseball SID David Miles Email david.miles@csun.edu SID Phone (818) 677-3860 SID Fax (818) 677-4950 Press Box (818) 677-4293 Website gomatadors.com

MAR 24 @ HOME/ MAR 25 @ LOS ANGELES

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Location Enrollment Colors Home Field

Riverside, Calif. 17,000 Blue and Gold

Riverside Sports Complex (2,500)

2007 38-21/16-5 Big West (1st) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 6/3 Newcomers 17 Series vs. LMU UC Riverside 8-7 Head Coach Doug Smith School Record 95-73 (three seasons) Career Record 95-73 (three seasons) Assistants Randy Betten, Nathan Choate, Rusty McNamara Baseball SID Robert Alworth Email robert.alworth@ucr.edu SID Phone (951) 827-4571 SID Fax (951) 827-5889 Press Box (951) 827-6415 Website www.athletics.ucr.edu

Location Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment 33,000 Colors Cardinal and Gold Home Field Dedeaux Field 2007 27-29/8-16 Pac-10 (9th) Last Playoffs 2005 Starters R/L 4/5 Newcomers 12 Series vs. LMU USC 43-15 Head Coach Chad Kreuter School Record 27-29 (one season) Career Record 27-29 (one season) Assistants Doyle Wilson, Tom House Tim Burton Baseball SID Jason Pommier Email pommier@usc.edu SID Phone (213) 740-3807 SID Fax (213) 740-7584 Press Box (213) 748-3449 Website usctrojans.com

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SAN FRANCISCO DONS APR 4-6 @ SAN FRANCISCO

SAINT MARY’S GAELS APR 11-13 @ HOME

Location Portland, Ore. Enrollment 3,300 Colors Purple and White Home Field Joe Etzel Field (1,000) 2007 21-30/7-14 WCC (7th) Last Playoffs 1991 Starters R/L 7/3 Newcomers 16 Series vs. LMU LMU 37-14 Head Coach Chris Sperry School Record 175-350-1 (10 seasons) Career Record 175-350-1 (10 seasons) Assistants Matt Hollod, Larry Casian 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

Location San Fransisco, Calif. Enrollment 8000 Colors Green & Gold Home Field Benedetti Diamond 2007 27-28 Last Playoffs 2006 Starters R/L 6/3 Newcomers 16 Series vs. LMU LMU 67-40 Head Coach Nino Giarranto School Record 249-253(ten seasons) Career Record 249-253(ten seasons) Assistants Greg Moore, Troy Nakamura, Joe Della Cella Baseball SID Ryan Mc Crary Email mccrary@usfca.edu SID Phone (415) 422-6162 SID Fax (415) 422-2929 Press Box (415) 422-2919 Website usfdons.com

Location Moraga, Calif. Enrollment 4,768 Colors Navy, Red, and Silver Home Field Louis Guisto Field (500) 2007 21-29-1/3-18 WCC (8th) Last Playoffs NA Starters R/L 8/12 Newcomers 12 Series vs. LMU LMU 74-32 Head Coach Jedd Soto School Record 81-125-1 (four seasons) Career Record 81-125-1 (four seasons) Assistants Gabe Zappin, Lloyd Acosta Baseball SID Jordan Greeif Email jkg1@stmarys-ca.edu SID Phone (925) 631-8562 SID Fax (925) 631-4405 Press Box (925) 376-3906 Website www.SMCGaels.com

CAL POLY MUSTANGS APR 16 @ SAN LUIS OBISPO

PEPPERDINE WAVES APR 18-20 @ HOME

UC IRVINE ANTEATERS

Location San Luis Obispo, Calif. Enrollment 18,500 Colors Forest Green and Gold Home Field Baggett Stadium (1,734) 2007 32-24/13-8 Big West (4th) Last Playoffs NA Starters R/L 8/2 Newcomers 8 Series vs. LMU LMU 15-6 Head Coach Larry Lee School Record 162-122-2 (five seasons) Career Record 162-122-2 (five seasons) Assistants Jesse Zepeda, Jason Kelly, Jarek Krukow 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

Location Malibu, Calif. Enrollment 8,000 Colors Blue, Orange and White Home Field Eddy D. Field (1,800) 2007 35-22/14-7 WCC (3rd) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 11/4 Newcomers 18 Series vs. LMU PEP 83-49 Head Coach Steve Rodriguez School Record 148-98 (four seasons) Career Record 148-98 (four seasons) Assistants Rick Hirtensteiner Sean Kenny, Greg Garrison Baseball SID Roger Horne Email roger.horne@pepperdine.edu SID Phone (310) 506-4455 SID Fax (310) 506-4322 Press Box 310-506-4598 Website www.pepperdinesports.com

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APR 29 @ IRVINE/ MAY 14 @ HOME

Location Irvine, CA Enrollment 25,000 Colors Blue and Gold Home Field Anteater Ballpark (3,200) 2007 47-17-1/15-6 (2nd) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 5/5 Newcomers 13 Series vs. LMU UC Irvine 31-30-3 Head Coach Mike Gillespie School Record First Season Career Record 763-471-2 (20 seasons) Assistants Pat Shine, Bob Macaluso Baseball SID Fumi Kimura Email fkimura@uci.edu SID Phone (949) 824-9474 SID Fax (949) 824-5260 Press Box (949) 824-9905 Website ucirvinesports.com

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PORTLAND PILOTS MAR 28-30 @ PORTLAND


2008 OPPONENT INFORMATION

SANTA CLARA BRONCOS MAY 2-4 @ HOME

ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS MAY 10-12 @ TEMPE

GONZAGA BULLDOGS MAY 16-18 @ HOME

Location Santa Clara, Calif. Enrollment 8,377 Colors Red and White Home Field Stephen Schott Stadium 2007 27-29/9-12 WCC (T-4th) Last Playoffs 1997 Starters R/L 15/6 Newcomers 13 Series vs. LMU SCU 62-55 Head Coach Mark O’Brien School Record 166-169 (six seasons) Career Record 166-169 (six seasons) Assistants Mike Zirelli, Chad Bam, Shawn Epidendio Baseball SID Sabrina Polidoro Email spolidoro@scu.edu SID Phone (408) 554-4659 SID Fax (408) 554-6942 Press Box (408) 554-4752 Website www.SantaClaraBroncos.com

Location Tempe, Ariz. Enrollment 63,278 Colors Maroon and Gold Home Field Packard Stadium (3,879) 2007 49-15/19-5 Pac-10 (1st) Last Playoffs 2007 Starters R/L 4/4 Newcomers 17 Series vs. LMU ASU 18-4 Head Coach Pat Murphy School Record 529-257-1 (13 seasons) Career Record 847-373-2 (20 seasons) Assistants Andy Stankiewicz, Josh Holliday Baseball SID Randy Policar Email randy.policar@asu.edu SID Phone (480) 965-6592 SID Fax (480) 965-5408 Press Box (480) 727-7253 Website www.thesundevils.com

Location Spokane, Wash. Enrollment 6,375 Colors Blue, White and Red Home Field Washington Trust Field (1,500) 2007 33-25/15-6 WCC (2nd) Last Playoffs 1981 Starters R/L 4/4 Newcomers 15 Series vs. LMU LMU 29-23 Head Coach Mark Machtolf School Record 114-102 (four seasons) Career Record 114-102 (four seasons) Assistants Danny Evans, Gary Van Tol, Steve Bennett Baseball SID Rachel Engrissei Email engrissei@athletics.gonzaga.edu SID Phone (509) 323-6373 SID Fax (509) 323-5730 Press Box (509) 279-1005 Website www.gozags.com

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LIFE AT LMU LIFE IN LA


2008 SCHEDULE SUN

MON

FEBRUARY

TUE

WED

THU

SPEED CHART

FRI

1

SAT

2

3

4

5

6

CRIMSON = HOME GRAY = AWAY

Michael Lowe OF/RHP · 6-0 · FR SAC STATE 2 PM SAC STATE 1 PM

24 FULLERTON 6 PM

SUN

MON

26

UCSB 2 PM

MARCH

TUE

WED

THU

22

SAN DIEGO 1 PM CAL 1 PM

2

4 LONG BEACH ST. 6:30 PM

9

11 UC RIVERSIDE 3 PM

SAT

16

CSUN 3 PM USC 3 PM

PORTLAND 1 PM

24

USC 6 PM

1

MON

6

USF 1 PM

SAN DIEGO 1 PM

25

20

CSUN (DH) 11 AM PORTLAND 3 PM

APRIL

TUE

WED

THU

1

28

ST. MARY’S 3 PM CAL POLY 3 PM

20

16

PEPPERDINE 3 PM

22 UC RIVERSIDE 3 PM

27

UC IRVINE 6 PM

MON

TUE

FRI

SAN DIEGO 3 PM

11

18

25

MAY WED

THU

FRI

PORTLAND 1 PM

18

16

Jonathan Johnson 2B · 5-9 · FR

17

Andrew Irvine OF · 6-2 · FR

19

14

15

Kyle Spraker SS · 5-10 · JR

20

Joe Vierra OF · 6-3 · FR

22

Greg Meyers RHP · 6-5 · FR

23

22

29

T.J. Filicia INF · 5-10 · FR

Chris Eusebio

OF/RHP · 5-11 · FR

Martin Viramontes RHP · 6-5 · FR

25

26

Sean Dovel C · 6-2 · SR

27

Andy Preston 1B · 6-4 · SR

Will Dugoni SS · 6-1 · SO

28

30

Evan Simonitsch OF · 6-2 · FR

Kevin Hernandez RHP · 6-2 · JR

37

41

5

USF 1 PM ST. MARY’S 1 PM PEPPERDINE 1 PM SAN DIEGO 1 PM

12

19

Angelo Songco OF · 6-0 · SO

32

Ernie Cho OF/RHP · 5-11 · JR

33

Lee Roberts RHP · 5-11 · JR

34

Andy Beal RHP · 6-0 · SR

35

26

Ryan Wheeler 3B · 6-4 · SO

2

SANTA CLARA 1 PM

3

42

Mike Kenney RHP · 6-4 · JR

45

Russell Lowell LHP · 6-0 · SO

46

10 ARIZONA STATE 7 PM 12 ARIZONA STATE TBA

12

Xavier Esquivel RHP · 5-10 · SO

15

SAT

4

11 ARIZONA STATE 6 PM

9

T.J. Bernardy C · 5-10 · JR

29

SANTA CLARA 3 PM SANTA CLARA 1 PM

8

Matt Koch C/DH · 6-0 · FR

SAT 4

USF 3 PM

8 LONG BEACH ST. 3 PM

13

SUN

GONZAGA 1 PM

CAL (DH) 11 AM

8

Brett Mendoza C · 5-8 · JR

24

FULLERTON 3 PM

PEPPERDINE 1 PM

CSUN 3 PM

14

SAN DIEGO ST. 7 PM

30

SUN

ST. MARY’S 1 PM

18

7

OREGON ST. 2 PM CAL 2 PM

Michael Glomb SS · 6-0 · SR

29

FRI

6 OKLAHOMA ST. 6 PM

7

23 SAC STATE (DH) 11 AM

UCSB (DH) 11 AM UCSB 1 PM

A.J. LaMonda INF · 6-0 · SR

UC IRVINE 3 PM

14

GONZAGA 3 PM

16

GONZAGA 1 PM

17

Brett Williams RHP · 6-1 · FR

Ollie Enos UT · 6-0 · JR

Jeremy Burrell RHP · 6-3 · SO

Justin Bunkis 1B · 6-3 · SR

Nate Keadle RHP · 6-1 · SR

Steve Connolly LHP · 6-3 · JR


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