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2011 Big West Conference
Baseball Media Guide
Cal Poly • Cal State Fullerton • Cal State Northridge • Long Beach State
UC Davis • UC Irvine • UC Riverside • UC Santa Barbara • Pacific
2011 Big West Baseball Guide
General Information
Big West Directory...........................................................................................IFC
Big West History.............................................................................................. 2-3
Commissioner Dennis Farrell..............................................................................4
Senior Associate Commissioner Rob Halvaks....................................................4
Associate Commissioner Jody McRoberts..........................................................4
Assistant Commissioner Mike Daniels................................................................4
Assistant Commissioner Erica Satterfield............................................................5
Conference Office Staff.......................................................................................5
Big West Composite Schedule........................................................................ 6-8
Preseason Information........................................................................................9
Big West Baseball.............................................................................................10
The Teams
2 Corporate Park, Suite 206
Irvine, CA 92606
(949) 261-2525
www.bigwest.org
Commissioner: Dennis Farrell
Sr. Assoc. Commissioner: Rob Halvaks
Assoc. Commissioner: Jody McRoberts
Asst. Commissioner: Mike Daniels
Asst. Commissioner: Erica Monteabaro
Information Director: Mike Villamor
Assoc. Information Director: Julie St.Cyr
Asst. Information Director: Chris Hargraves
Video Coordinator: Steve Chen
Administrative Assistant: Pat Sampson
Administrative Assistant: Beth Holtermann
2009 in Review
Final Standings..................................................................................................38
2009 Postseason Results..................................................................................38
Final Polls..........................................................................................................38
All-Americans....................................................................................................39
NCAA Leaders...................................................................................................39
Team and Individual Batting Statistics/Leaders.................................................40
Team and Individual Pitching Statistics/Leaders...............................................41
All-Conference Team.........................................................................................42
Players of the Week..........................................................................................42
Big West Record Book
Individual Records....................................................................................... 43-44
Batting....................................................................................................43
Annual Batting Champions.....................................................................43
Pitching...................................................................................................44
Team Records...................................................................................................45
Career Records........................................................................................... 46-47.
Batting....................................................................................................46
Pitching...................................................................................................47
Big West No-Hitters................................................................................47
Season Records.......................................................................................... 48-49
Batting....................................................................................................48
Pitching...................................................................................................49
Freshman Records...................................................................................... 50-51
Batting....................................................................................................50
Pitching...................................................................................................51
Annual Standings........................................................................................ 52-54
Big West Champions..............................................................................53
Coaching Records....................................................................................... 55-56
Honors and Postseason
All-Big West Teams..................................................................................... 57-63
All-time Big West First Teams by School..................................................... 64-65.
Current Big West Members....................................................................64
Former Big West Members....................................................................65
Big West Players of the Year.............................................................................66
Big West Pitchers of the Year............................................................................66
Big West Coaches of the Year...........................................................................66
Repeat All-Conference Selections.....................................................................66
All-Time Postseason Results....................................................................... 67-70
Composite NCAA Tournament Records.................................................69
Big West Alumni In Major Leagues.............................................................. 71-73
2010 NCAA Bracket...........................................................................................74
Memo to the Media
The 2011 Big West Conference Baseball Media Guide has been prepared to
assist you in your coverage of Big West baseball. Those wishing additional information
on baseball or any other conference sport are encouraged to contact the Information
Department at (949) 261-2525.
In addition to the Big West baseball media guide, the conference publishes weekly
press releases each Tuesday during the season, containing Big West standings, results,
statistics, notes, as well as player of the week selections. The information can also be
obtained at the Big West Conference website, www.bigwest.org.
For further assistance, Associate Information Director Julie St.Cyr can be reached
at home at (714) 743-7427. We look forward to an exciting season of Big West baseball
and the opportunity to work with you.
Credits
Big West Baseball
Cal Poly........................................................................................................11-13
Cal State Fullerton....................................................................................... 14-16
Cal State Northridge.................................................................................... 17-19
Long Beach State ....................................................................................... 20-22
UC Davis..................................................................................................... 23-25
UC Irvine...................................................................................................... 26-28
UC Riverside............................................................................................... 29-31
UC Santa Barbara....................................................................................... 32-34
Pacific ......................................................................................................... 35-37
Big West Conference
The Big West Conference baseball media guide is published by the Big West Conference office. The guide was written and designed by Julie St.Cyr, Associate Information
Director. Editorial assistance provided by Jody McRoberts, Associate Commissioner, and
Mike Villamor, Information Director. Special thanks to the Big West Sports Information
Directors and their staffs for helping on this project. Photos appear courtesy of the sports
information directors and Matt A. Brown.
The Official Baseball
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History
Big West Baseball
About The Big West Conference
The Big West Conference enters the 2010-11 season in its 42nd year of operation. There are 16 conference-sponsored sports in the Big West. Women’s sports are comprised
of soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, golf, tennis, softball, track and field and water polo. Men’s sports include soccer, cross country, basketball, golf, tennis, baseball
and track and field.
Over four decades, the conference has striven for athletic and academic success, and has accomplished those goals to a large degree. The conference has undergone
membership changes throughout its long history, the most recent ones significantly enhancing its stability.
Following the 2004-05 academic year, Idaho and Utah State left the Big West, creating an eight-team league comprised of all California schools: Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Northridge, Long Beach State, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara and Pacific. A ninth school from the Golden State – UC Davis – became the newest
member of the Big West on July 1, 2007 after completing a four-year reclassification process from Division II to Division I. The Big West owns the distinction of being the nation’s
only conference with its entire membership located in one state but that will all change in 2012-13 when the University of Hawaii joins the Big West Conference.
No matter what the membership makeup, the Big West always has stacked up well against the rest of the nation. In fact, the conference has claimed 17 team national
championships in its history, including six in women’s volleyball, two in baseball, one in softball and one in men’s basketball. Men’s soccer was the newest sport added to the list
when UC Santa Barbara claimed the national title in 2006.
Individually, Big West athletes also have claimed several individual titles in such sports as track and field and golf. In fact, Cal State Northridge junior Dashalle Andrews was
the 26th Big West student-athlete to capture a crown when he won the long jump competition at the national meet in 2007.
The conference’s overall success has been measured through the results of such competitions as the Learfield Sports Directors Cup. Presented by the National Association
of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), the Cup gauges the best overall collegiate athletics programs in NCAA Division I according to their finishes in NCAA postseason play.
In 2009-10, UC Santa Barbara (No. 88) and UC Irvine (No. 90) finished in the top 100. The Big West had as many as five schools ranked in the top 100 in 2006-07 and 2007-08.
Big West athletes also have succeeded on a worldwide stage in such international competitions as the Olympics, Pan-American Games and World Cup. A sampling of
athletes who have competed at the Olympic level include Long Beach State’s Tara Cross-Battle, Tayyiba Haneef and Danielle Scott (women’s indoor volleyball), Pacific’s Jennifer
Joines (women’s indoor volleyball), and Misty May (women’s beach volleyball); UC Santa Barbara’s Jason Lezak (men’s swimming), Cal State Fullerton’s Leon Wood and Bruce
Bowen (men’s basketball) and Jenny Topping (softball); Pacific’s Elaina Oden (women’s volleyball) and Brad Schumacher (men’s swimming); UC Irvine’s Steve Scott (men’s track
and field); and Cal Poly’s Stephanie Brown-Trafton and Sharon Day (women’s track and field).
Brown-Trafton won the gold medal in the discus at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. May won gold in beach volleyball for the second consecutive Olympics, and Joines
helped her indoor volleyball team capture silver. Lezak swam the fastest anchor leg in history to help the United States win the 4x100 freestyle relay, helping teammate Michael
Phelps eventually break the record for most gold medals in an Olympic Games. UC Santa Barbara men’s soccer alum Tony Lochhead competed for his native New Zealand at
the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Big West Success Found In All Sports
The 2009-10 campaign will be remembered for solid individual and team successes across the Big West sports landscape.
The premier sport during the Big West fall sports season, men’s soccer, produced two NCAA Tournament teams in UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara. The Anteaters repeated
as Big West Tournament champion to secure the conference’s automatic NCAA bid. UCI fell in the second round. Meanwhile, the Gauchos recorded their sixth regular season
conference title since 2001, and utilized a strong résumé to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA postseason. UCSB responded with wins against Wofford and San Diego in the
opening two rounds before losing in the Sweet 16. Both the Anteaters and Gauchos accomplished a rare feat, becoming only the second duo in Big West history to win at least
15 matches in a season.
Women’s soccer featured UC Santa Barbara winning the Big West Tournament for the second straight season. That afforded the Gauchos a repeat trip to the NCAA Tournament, something the program had not accomplished since making three straight appearances from 1989-91. Cal Poly won its record sixth Big West regular season title after
taking down UCSB on the final day of the league ledger, but suffered a heartbreaking penalty kick loss to the Gauchos in the tournament finals.
In women’s volleyball, Long Beach State continued its domination of the Big West, winning its 10th conference championship and advancing to the NCAA Tournament for
the 23rd straight season. UC Santa Barbara made its 27th overall appearance in the NCAA Tournament, and first since 2006. Both the 49ers and Gauchos dropped their first
round matches. UCSB head coach Kathy Gregory reached a milestone in collecting the 600th win of her career. Six teams finished above .500 overall for the first time since
2004, including Cal State Fullerton, which tied a school record with 18 victories.
Cross country was highlighted by the Cal Poly men collecting its seventh consecutive Big West title. The UC Santa Barbara women’s contingent returned to the winner’s
circle for the first time since 2007. At the West Regional, top 10 team finishes were achieved by the Cal Poly and UC Santa Barbara men, as well as the UC Davis and UC Santa
Barbara women. Three Big West individuals – UC Santa Barbara’s Scott Smith and Crystal Reed, and Cal Poly’s Joe Gatel – were selected to participate in the NCAA National
Championships.
Moving into the winter sports season, UC Santa Barbara became the sixth different school in six seasons to earn the men’s basketball automatic qualifier to the NCAA
Tournament. Buoyed by a bevy of sophomores, including Player of the Year Orlando Johnson, UCSB captured the Big West Tournament crown for the first time since 2002 and
earned a date with Ohio State in the NCAA first round. Pacific appeared in the CollegeInsider.com postseason tournament for the second consecutive year, and advanced all the
way to the championship game. The Tigers played the entire tournament on the road. After successful forays to Loyola Marymount, Northern Colorado and Appalachian State,
the magic ran out at Missouri State. Pacific’s 12 road wins tied for second nationally in 2009-10.
UC Riverside restored its program to the league’s mountaintop in 2009-10, taking home the Big West Women’s Basketball Tournament crown for the third time in the last five
seasons. The Highlanders overcame a 3-12 start to reach the NCAA Tournament, where they fell in the first round to Stanford. UC Davis earned an automatic bid to the Women’s
NIT by virtue of winning the regular season championship. Cal Poly’s Kristina Santiago averaged 19.6 points per game to become the first Mustang in school history to collect
Player of the Year honors.
Big West Conference Membership Profile
School
Season Joined
Length of Membership
Cal Poly
1996-97
14 years
19,235
Cal State Fullerton
1974-75
36 years
36,000
Cal State Northridge
2001-02
9 years
33,000
Long Beach State
1969-70
41 years
35,559
UC Davis
2007-08
3 years
32,153
UC Irvine
1977-78
33 years
27,000
UC Riverside
2001-02
9 years
20,510
1969-70 through 1973-74 and 76-77
39 years
20,847
1971-72
39 years
6,235
UC Santa Barbara
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Pacific
Enrollment
History
The Beginning
The Big West Conference was formed as the Pacific Coast Athletic Association on
July 1, 1969. However, the unofficial history of the conference pre-dates that point of time,
extending back to 1967.
Cal State LA, Fresno State, Long Beach State and San Diego State were members of the California Collegiate Athletic Association, long recognized as the nation’s premier
college circuit.
That conference was classified college division, and therein lay a major source of dissatisfaction. Since 1963, the four institutions had captured 16 national titles. The
number swelled to 21 if the mythical football championships were included.
With no more territory to conquer at the college division, a step up to university ranks had to be considered.
At the time, San Jose State, UC Santa Barbara and Pacific were members of the West Coast Athletic Conference but were enduring a strained relationship due to the limit
of conference sports sponsored. That, plus the fact that national football figures PAC and SJSU were already competing as independents, led the schools to pursue a more
broad-based conference alignment.
Therefore, officials of the seven colleges and universities assembled as a body in May of 1969, tied up loose ends and less than two months later the PCAA was born.
Direction in the early days of the conference came from such men as Dr. Stephen Goodspeed, vice-chancellor at UC Santa Barbara, the first president and chairman of the
founders committee. J. Kenneth Fagans provided guidance as the league’s first commissioner. Jesse T. Hill, one of the nation’s most successful directors of athletics at USC, followed
Fagans as the conference’s first full-time commissioner.
SJSU was already labeled a university division school in all sports when the PCAA emerged. San Diego State and Pacific were granted university division status in the summer
of 1970 and the remaining conference members shed the college division moniker by 1972.
The original PCAA lineup changed in the early years and by 1975, charter members UCSB and CSLA had dropped football and SDSU left the conference in football only.
In 1974, Cal State Fullerton moved into the conference. By 1977, UC Irvine joined the Big West and UCSB was back in — both as non-football playing institutions — while Utah
State became the first non-California member of the circuit, transforming the PCAA into a regional conference.
UNLV (1981) and New Mexico State (1984) soon followed suit, bringing the league’s membership to 10 universities.
In the fall of 1983, the PCAA became the first western conference to incorporate women’s athletic programs into the conference. Charter women’s members UC Irvine, UC
Santa Barbara and UNLV competed in five championships.
By the end of 1985, Pacific, Hawai’i, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, San Diego State, Fresno State and San Jose State had joined the women’s conference. The
PCAA upped its women’s sponsorship to eight championships.
The PCAA began its 20th year of existence in 1988 by changing its name to the Big West Conference. With the inclusion of the states of Utah, Nevada, and New Mexico, the
term “Big West” more accurately represented the conference. Since the name Big West has been used, conference teams have won nine NCAA team championships, establishing
the Big West’s winning identity that is recognized nationally. Even though the Big West is again an all-California conference, the name Big West still embodies the identity, history,
and tradition of excellence the conference has achieved, making it a well-known entity in collegiate athletics.
Big West Baseball
UC Davis swept the men’s and women’s swimming and diving titles in the Big West’s final season sponsoring the sport. The Aggie men picked up 958.6 points, the highest
scoring total ever in a five-team Big West configuration. The Aggie women scored 864 points to take down four-time defending champion UC Santa Barbara. Three Big West
student-athletes qualified for the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. On the women’s side, UCSB’s Anne Marie May competed in the 50 and 100 freestyle. Cal Poly’s
Peter Kline and Scott Weltz of UC Davis represented the men at the national meet.
A busy spring sports season presented more opportunities for individual and team accomplishments.
Baseball sent multiple teams to the NCAA Championship once again as Cal State Fullerton and UC Irvine ranked among the best programs in the country. Beset by a
myriad of injuries, Cal State Fullerton came within one out of reaching the College World Series in a heartbreaking setback to UCLA in Super Regional action. The Titans, which
spawned two first-round draft picks in Christian Colon and Gary Brown, hosted and won a regional before taking the Bruins to the cusp of elimination. UCI reached the regional
championship game after gaining some measure of vengeance against an LSU squad that prevented the Anteaters from advancing to the CWS in 2008. The Big West had 49
players selected in the 2010 MLB Draft, including Colon, who was the fourth overall pick.
A new program emerged in the battle for softball supremacy in 2010. UC Davis captured its first Big West automatic bid to the NCAA Softball Championship in just its third
season at the Division I level. The Aggies tied Cal State Northridge for the regular season title, but won the head-to-head series against the Matadors. CSUN actually churned
out the most wins (31) of any Big West school, and even did so after sputtering to a 1-9 start.
In contrast, women’s water polo kept the status quo as UC Irvine captured its second straight Big West Tournament title. The Anteaters began the tournament as the No.
3 seed and proceeded to win three straight matches, topping Big West regular season co-champions Pacific and Cal State Northridge in the process. That did not overshadow
the impressive accomplishments by the Tiger and Matador programs, which set school records for wins with 23 and 28, respectively. Five Big West squads finished the season
ranked in the nation’s top 25, including UCI at No. 9. Eight players received Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) Honorable Mention All-American recognition.
Golf featured some solid individual performances to highlight the 2010 spring campaign. UC Irvine senior John Chin was named a 2010 first-team All-American by Golfweek
and the Golf Coaches Association of America. He then helped the United States defeat Europe, 13-11, in the Palmer Cup at Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland. Chin
was the ringleader of a UCI squad that won the Big West championship. Individually, Cal State Northridge’s Nick Delio and Austin Graham of UC Davis competed at the Southwest
Regional. Delio achieved medalist honors and became the first Matador to advance to the NCAA Championships since the school moved to Division I in 1991. Delio finished in
a tie for 103rd at the NCAA Championships. On the women’s side, UC Davis won its first Big West championship as four Aggies finished in the top five.
UC Irvine became the first Big West school since former member Boise State in 1997 to sweep the men’s and women’s tennis tournament titles. The men raised the trophy
for the first time since 2005. The Anteater women ended a six-year reign by Long Beach State, capturing the first tournament title in school history. Pacific’s Jenifer Widjaja, the
Big West Women’s Player of the Year, represented the conference for the second straight year in the NCAA Singles Championships. Cal Poly’s talented senior duo of Brittany
Blalock and Suzie Matzenauer carried the Big West flag at the NCAA Doubles Championships.
Cal State Northridge swept the track and field championships as the men captured its fifth title and the women its seventh. A total of 17 Big West athletes and two relay teams
advanced to the NCAA Championships. Nine athletes claimed All-American status at the conclusion of the championships. UC Santa Barbara’s Julian deRubira (steeplechase)
and Ryan Martin (800), UC Irvine’s Charles Jock (800) and Cal State Northridge Reindell Cole (long jump) received the award on the men’s side, with Cole earning his second
All-American honor. Among the women honorees, UC Riverside’s Brenda Martinez (1500)
and UC Santa Barbara’s Danielle Domenichelli (10000) joined Long Beach State’s Randi
Hicks (javelin), and UC Santa Barbara’s Jane Doolittle (high jump) and Barbara Nwaba
(multi events).
In all, 12 Big West teams and 27 individual athletes participated in NCAA postseason
competition this past season.
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Big West Staff
Dennis Farrell
Big West Baseball
Commissioner
31st Season
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The 2010-11 academic year marks the 19th year in Dennis Farrell's tenure as commissioner of the Big West Conference, but 31st
season on staff. He is the fourth full-time commissioner in the 41-year history of the Big West, following Jess Hill (1972-78), Lew Cryer
(1978-88) and Jim Haney (1988-92).
Prior to assuming the role of commissioner on July 1, 1992, Farrell served the conference in various capacities as an assistant/
associate commissioner since joining the conference in 1980. During his Big West tenure, Farrell has acted as the primary rule interpreter,
championship administrator, schedule coordinator and director of the league's successful postseason basketball tournament.
Farrell has been active in representing the Big West on both the national and regional level. From 1994 to 1997 he served on the
important NCAA Council and from 1991 to 1997 he sat on the NCAA Two-Year College Relations Committee (including serving as its
chair from 1992 to 1995). He currently serves as the Division I-AAA Vice President of the Collegiate Commissioners Association and is
chair of the NCAA Baseball Issues Committee. Farrell also is presently a member of the Los Angeles Sports Council which is active in
securing, marketing and administering major athletic events for the Southern California area.
Before joining the Big West, Farrell was the sports information director for nearly three years at Saddleback Community College in
Mission Viejo, Calif. A 1974 graduate of San Diego State University, Farrell worked for the Daily Californian newspaper in El Cajon and
radio station KDEO while attending college. From 1975 to 1977, he was employed as sports editor of the Saddleback Valley News in
Mission Viejo. He also worked in the sports department of the Orange County edition of the Los Angeles Times.
Farrell and his wife, Charlene, reside in Coto de Caza with their sons, Timothy and Michael.
Rob Halvaks
Jody McRoberts
Mike Daniels
Erica Monteabaro
Senior Associate
Commissioner
19th Season
Associate
Commissioner
28th Season
Assistant
Commissioner
13th Season
Rob Halvaks is in his 19th season
with the conference office. Halvaks is
responsible for office and financial administration, is the tournament director for the
Big West Men’s and Women’s Basketball
Tournament and has sports management
responsibilities for men’s and women’s
basketball and baseball. Halvaks is the
chair of the NCAA Division I Administration
Cabinet and is a past chair of the NCAA
Playing Rules Oversight Panel. He is the
conference’s staff liaison to the Mountain
Pacific Sports Federation.
Halvaks is a faculty member in the
University of San Francisco’s Sport Management Graduate Program.
Prior to joining the Big West staff,
Halvaks served as the associate executive director of the Orange County Sports
Association (1989-1992), which annually
produced the Disneyland Pigskin Classic and the Freedom Bowl at Anaheim
Stadium. Halvaks was a member of the
athletics department staff at UC Irvine
from 1979 to 1989, serving in a variety
of positions, including sports information
director, business manager and senior
associate athletics director.
A 1975 graduate of the University
of Michigan with a Bachelor’s in Communications, Halvaks earned a 1979
Master’s in Sports Administration from
Ohio University. He served a year (1978)
as assistant sports information director at
Georgia Tech.
Halvaks and his wife, Jill, reside in Irvine
with their sons, Brett and Ryan.
Jody McRoberts is in her 28th year
as a member of the Big West office staff.
McRoberts was elevated to associate
commissioner in the summer of 2002. She
serves as the conference’s senior woman
administrator, scheduling coordinator for
the association’s round robin sports and
editor of the conference manual and media
publications.
McRoberts functions as the league’s
meeting planner, is the league’s primary
administrator for men’s and women’s soccer and softball and handles the conference awards program.
On the national front, she has served
on the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer
Committee.
Before arriving at the Big West offices,
McRoberts was an assistant sports information director at UC Irvine (1982-83).
She began her tenure with the Big West
in 1983 as a publications assistant, and
served as the league’s information director
from 1984 to 1990.
McRoberts earned a Bachelor’s degree
in English from Ohio University in 1982.
She and her husband, Lance, live in
Lake Forest with their sons, Colin and
Beau.
Mike Daniels is in his 13th year with the
conference office. Daniels’ primary responsibilities include operation and coordination
of the conference championships as well
as marketing the conference’s 18 sports.
Daniels coordinates the conference’s
television and basketball tournament marketing program and promotes the tournament to Big West constituency groups. He
also assists with the sponsorship efforts
of the conference and produces the Big
West Tour.
In addition, Daniels serves as the operating manager for the Big West Basketball
Tournament and is the tournament director for the cross country, golf, women's
water polo and track championships. He
also directs efforts in game management
for the Big West’s round robin sports and
is involved in the conference website and
information technology.
Prior to joining the Big West, Daniels
was the assistant SID at the University
of San Diego (1995-98), worked as the
media relations director for the Rocky
Mountain Athletic Conference (1994-95)
and worked in the UC San Diego sports
information office (1991-94).
A native southern Californian, Daniels
received his MBA from San Diego State
University in 1997. He graduated from UC
San Diego in 1993 with Bachelor’s degrees
in Communications and Political Science.
Daniels and his wife, Julie, live in Aliso
Viejo with their sons, Zachary, Matthew
and Nicolas.
Assistant
Commissioner
11th Season
Erica Monteabaro is in her 11th year
with the conference office. She serves
as the assistant commissioner for compliance and governance.
Monteabaro’s responsibilities include
coordinating the review of student-athlete eligibility and institutional compliance, along with rules education of the
members, and is the primary Big West/
NCAA rule interpreter. She also oversees the processing of rules infractions
and serves as the legislative specialist
for the conference.
In addition, Monteabaro serves as
the staff liaison to the conference’s
Compliance Committee, Faculty Athletics Representatives and Student-Athlete
Advisory Committee. She also oversees
the sport of women’s volleyball.
Monteabaro graduated from UC
Santa Barbara in 2000 with a Bachelor’s
degree in Business Economics.
Monteabaro served as an intern in
the conference office for two summers
before taking on her full-time position.
She also worked in the UCSB athletic
department as a student assistant in
marketing and promotions. Monteabaro
has done some work for Antelope Valley
College, compiling a Title IX Self Study
report.
Monteabaro and her husband, Andrew, live in Lakewood with their daughter, Natalie.
Big West Staff
Mike Villamor
Julie St.Cyr
Associate
Information Director
6th Season
Julie St.Cyr begins her sixth season
with the Big West, serving as the league's
associate information director.
Her duties with the conference include
assisting in media relations projects and
helping to maintain the Big West website.
In addition, her sports responsibilities
include baseball, women's basketball,
volleyball and golf.
Prior to her arrival at the Big West,
St.Cyr worked for three years at Cape Fear
Community College as the assistant student
activities and athletics coordinator and was
the primary sports information contact. She
also spent four years at South Carolina as
the publications coordinator and was the
SID for men's golf and men's soccer while
overseeing women's soccer and cross country. St.Cyr has won 26 CoSIDA publications
awards in her career.
St.Cyr, the president of the National
basketball, men’s and women’s soccer,
baseball, and softball. He also provides
technical support for the Big West’s video
exchange initiative for women’s volleyball
as well as men’s and women’s basketball.
Prior to coming to the Big West, Chen
worked at UC Irvine as an assistant coach
and in various other capacities for the men’s
basketball program from 2002 to 2006.
He and his wife, Kindra, live in Tustin
with their daughter, Danica, and son, Colin.
Patricia Sampson
Chris Hargraves
Assistant
Information Director
5th Season
Chris Hargraves enters his fifth season
as an assistant information director for
the Big West Conference. His sports responsibilities include men's soccer, cross
country, track & field and softball, while
also assisting in media guide production,
website maintenance and conference
tournaments.
Prior to his move to the Big West, he
served as the Mid-Continent Conference
media relations assistant for the 2005-06
school year.
Hargraves graduated from the University
of Rochester in May 2005 with a Bachelor's
degree in political science and a minor in
religion. As an undergraduate student, he
worked in the sports information department
for four years covering 10 different sports.
Hargraves served in a number of capacities
during his tenure at Rochester, including a
stint as a media contact for the 2005 Division III Men’s Basketball Final Four.
He was also a member of the Yellow
Jackets football team for four years. During
that time, he amassed three varsity letters
and All-Rookie and All-UAA selections.
Hargraves resides in Costa Mesa.
Steve Chen
Video Coordinator
5th Season
Steve Chen enters his fifth year at the
Big West Conference, overseeing the
conference’s live video streaming and
video exchange programs.
His responsibilities include working
in partnership with CBS College Sports
Network to develop media content for the
conference. He currently oversees video
streaming for seven sports, including
women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s
Big West President
Dr. Brenda Vogel
Long Beach State
Administrative Assistant
24th Season
Patricia Sampson is in her 24th year
with the conference office, serving as an
administrative assistant.
Sampson’s responsibilities include handling all billing and financial records. She
also is responsible for the accounting and
reporting of the Student Assistance Fund.
She also assists the men’s and women’s
basketball supervisors with the officials’
contracts and their travel arrangements.
Sampson attended Woodbury University in the city of Burbank and has a degree
in Business Administration.
She has two children: Rick and Cari,
and has four grandchildren: Alix, Hunter,
Brandon and Taylor. She lives in Costa
Mesa with her husband Brian.
Big West Vice President
Bob Hanyak
Pacific
Beth Holtermann
Administrative Assistant
3rd Season
Beth Holtermann begins her third
season with the Big West as an administrative assistant after serving as a special
events intern with the conference for one
season. Holtermann provides administrative support for the league's compliance
and officiating programs and works with
the Special Assistance and Special Opportunity Fund reporting for the NCAA.
Prior to working at the Big West, she interned with the PGA of Southern California
as a junior tour assistant/field representative and was a sales assistant at Wasco
Valley Rose Golf Course and Club Glove.
Holtermann received her bachelor's in
Business Management from Long Beach
State in 2007. During her tenure at LBSU,
she lettered in golf and was a two-time
All-Big West Second Team member. In
2009, Holtermann received her Master's
in Sports Management at LBSU.
Holtermann resides in Anaheim.
Administrative Liaison
Brian Quinn
Cal State Fullerton
Big West Baseball
Information Director
14th Season
Mike Villamor is in his 14th year with
the Big West and seventh as the league’s
information director.
His role with the conference includes
overseeing and coordinating all media
relations projects. In addition, his sports
responsibilities are women's soccer, men’s
basketball, water polo and tennis, in which
he produces annual publications and weekly
press releases. He also oversees the conference's official website.
Villamor serves as the media coordinator
for the Big West Basketball Tournament, as
well as the staff liaison for tennis. In 2008
he served as the Media Relations Coordinator for the first and second rounds of the
NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
A native of Sacramento, Calif., Villamor
graduated from Santa Clara in 1994 with a
degree in Communications. He joined the
Big West after serving as a public relations
assistant for the West Coast Conference.
He also was the media relations director of
the San Jose Grizzlies of the Continental
Indoor Soccer League during the 1995
season. While at Santa Clara, he was the
sports editor of the Santa Clara student
newspaper.
Villamor resides in Lake Forest.
Collegiate Baseball Writers of America
(NCBWA) and a member of CoSIDA,
also spent time in the Georgia State and
Colorado State sports information offices
and has interned with the Denver Broncos
and Colorado Foxes.
St.Cyr graduated from Colorado
State in 1998 with a degree in Technical
Journalism/Public Relations. In 2001, she
received her Master's in Sports Management from Georgia State.
St.Cyr resides in Huntington Beach with
her boyfriend, Gabe, and their son, Chase.
Coordinator of Umpires
Dale Williams
5
Composite Schedule
Big West Baseball
Friday, February 18
Cal Poly vs. North Carolina!
La Salle at UC Santa Barbara
Seattle at Cal State Northridge
UC Riverside at Loyola Marymount
Sacramento State at UC Davis
Kansas State at Pacific
Cal State Fullerton at Long Beach State
Nevada at UC Irvine
Saturday, February 19
Seattle at Cal State Northridge (DH)
11 am
Loyola Marymount at UC Riverside (DH)
Noon
North Carolina at Cal State FullertonNoon
La Salle at UC Santa Barbara
1 pm
UC Davis at Sacramento State
1 pm
Cal Poly vs. Missouri!
2 pm
Kansas State at Pacific
2 pm
Nevada at UC Irvine
2 pm
Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton 6 pm
Sunday, February 20
Nevada at UC Irvine
11:30 am
La Salle at UC Santa BarbaraNoon
Cal State Fullerton at Long Beach State
1 pm
Kansas State at Pacific
1 pm
Sacramento State at UC Davis
1 pm
Seattle at Cal State Northridge
1 pm
UC Riverside at Loyola Marymount
1 pm
Cal Poly at USC!
3 pm
Tuesday, February 22
Westmont at UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis at San Jose State
UC Irvine at San Diego State
USC at UC Riverside
Loyola Marymount at Long Beach State
Friday, February 25
Cal Poly at Oklahoma State
UC Davis at San Francisco
UC Riverside at Sacramento State
Valparaiso at Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara at Washington State
Cal State Fullerton at TCU
Arizona at Long Beach State
Southern at UC Irvine&
Pacific vs. N.C. State¢
Saturday, February 26
Pacific vs. Kansas State¢
Valparaiso at Cal State Northridge (DH)
Cal Poly at Oklahoma State
Cal State Fullerton at TCU
San Francisco at UC Davis
UC Irvine vs. Bethune Cookman&
UC Riverside at Sacramento State
UC Santa Barbara at Washington State
Arizona at Long Beach State
Sunday, February 27
Pacific vs. Western Kentucky¢
Cal Poly at Oklahoma State
Cal State Fullerton at TCU
UC Santa Barbara at Washington State
Arizona at Long Beach State
Grambling at UC Irvine&
UC Davis at San Francisco
UC Riverside at Sacramento State
Valparaiso at Cal State Northridge
6
2 pm
2 pm
2 pm
2 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
2 pm
2 pm
2 pm
3:30 pm
4:30 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
9 am
10:30 am
11 am
Noon
Noon
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
5:30 pm
8 am
11 am
11 am
Noon
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Tuesday, March 1
UC Davis at Sacramento State
UC Santa Barbara at Pepperdine
Cal Poly at Fresno State
Loyola Marymount at Cal State Fullerton
San Diego at UC Riverside
USC at Long Beach State
Wednesday, March 2
Sacramento State at Pacific
Thursday, March 3
Cal State Northridge vs. New Mexico State$
UC Riverside vs. Kansas^
Friday, March 4
Sacramento State at UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine at Saint Mary’s
Fresno State at UC Davis
UC Riverside vs. Air Force^
Cal State Northridge at Lamar$
Gonzaga at Pacific
Valparaiso at Cal Poly
Oregon at Long Beach State
USC at Cal State Fullerton
Saturday, March 5
Fresno State at UC Davis
Sacramento State at UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine at Saint Mary’s
Gonzaga at Pacific
UC Riverside vs. Northern Illinois^
Cal State Northridge vs. San Francisco$
Oregon at Long Beach State
USC at Cal State Fullerton
Valparaiso at Cal Poly
Sunday, March 6
Cal State Northridge at Lamar$
Fresno State at UC Davis
Gonzaga at Pacific
Oregon at Long Beach State
Sacramento State at UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine at Saint Mary’s
Cal State Fullerton at USC
Valparaiso at Cal Poly
UC Riverside vs. Arizona State^
2 pm
2 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
11 am
Noon
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
6 pm
11 am
4 pm
2 pm
2 pm
2:30 pm
4 pm
4:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
7 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
4 pm
5 pm
5:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
11 am
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
5 pm
Monday, March 7
Hawaii at Long Beach State
6:30 pm
Tuesday, March 8
San Diego State at Cal State Northridge
USC at UC Santa Barbara
Nevada at UC Davis
San Jose State at Pacific
Connecticut at UC Irvine
2 pm
2 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Wednesday, March 9
UC Riverside at Pepperdine
2 pm
Thursday, March 10
UC Davis vs. Utah£
6 pm
Friday, March 11
Long Beach State vs. [email protected]
Lafayette at Cal State Northridge
Pacific at Nevada
UC Santa Barbara vs. San [email protected]
Cal State Fullerton at LSU
Loyola Marymount at Cal Poly
UC Davis vs. Milwaukee£
Sacramento State at UC Irvine
Saturday, March 12
UC Santa Barbara vs. [email protected]
Cal State Fullerton at LSU
Lafayette vs. Cal State Northridge (DH)¶
Loyola Marymount at Cal Poly (DH)
Pacific at Nevada
UC Davis at San Jose State£
Sacramento State at UC Irvine
Long Beach State vs. San [email protected]
11 am
2 pm
2 pm
3 pm
5 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Sunday, March 13
Cal State Fullerton at LSU
11 am
UC Santa Barbara vs. [email protected]
12:30 pm
Lafayette vs. Cal State Northridge
1 pm
Loyola Marymount at Cal Poly
1 pm
Pacific at Nevada
1 pm
Sacramento State at UC Irvine
1 pm
UC Davis at Santa Clara£
3 pm
Long Beach State vs. [email protected]
4 pm
Tuesday, March 15
Long Beach State at Pepperdine
UNLV at Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton at Texas A&M
3 pm
3 pm
4:30 pm
Friday, March 18
Cal State Northridge at Sacramento State
Loyola Marymount at UC Irvine
Oregon State at Long Beach State
Pacific at USC
Saint Mary’s at UC Riverside
Washington at Cal State Fullerton
2 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
6 pm
7 pm
7 pm
Saturday, March 19
Nevada at UC Santa Barbara (DH)Noon
Cal State Northridge at Sacramento State
1 pm
Loyola Marymount at UC Irvine
1 pm
Pacific at USC
2 pm
Saint Mary’s at UC Riverside
2 pm
Oregon State at Long Beach State
5:30 pm
UCLA at Cal Poly
6 pm
Washington at Cal State Fullerton
6 pm
Sunday, March 20
Cal State Northridge at Sacramento State
Nevada at UC Santa Barbara
Oregon State at Long Beach State
Pacific at USC
Saint Mary’s at UC Riverside
UC Irvine at Loyola Marymount
Washington at Cal State Fullerton
UCLA at Cal Poly
Monday, March 21
Stanford at UC Davis
UCLA at Cal Poly
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
Tuesday, March 22
Cal Poly at Pepperdine
Long Beach State at Loyola Marymount
UC Santa Barbara at USC
Arizona State at Cal State Fullerton§
San Diego State at UC Riverside
3 pm
3 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Wednesday, March 23
Arizona State at Cal State Fullerton§
Stanford at Pacific
UC Irvine at UNLV
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Composite Schedule
Friday, March 25
Loyola Marymount at Cal State Northridge
3 pm
UC Santa Barbara at Oregon State
5:30 pm
Long Beach State at Stanford
6 pm
Minnesota at Cal Poly
6 pm
San Francisco at Pacific
6 pm
UC Davis at San Jose State
6 pm
UC Irvine at Gonzaga
6 pm
Cal State Fullerton at Hawaii
9:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
4 pm
Sunday, March 27
Minnesota at Cal Poly Long Beach State at Stanford
Loyola Marymount at Cal State Northridge Pacific at San Francisco
UC Davis at San Jose State
UC Irvine at Gonzaga
UC Santa Barbara at Oregon State
Cal State Fullerton at Hawaii
10 am
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Noon
1 pm
4 pm
Tuesday, March 29
Pacific at Sacramento State
UC Irvine at USC
Cal State Northridge at San Diego State
Pepperdine at Cal Poly
UCLA at Cal State Fullerton
Wednesday, March 30
UC Santa Barbara at Loyola Marymount
UC Davis at Santa Clara
2 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
3 pm
6 pm
Friday, April 1
Cal State Fullerton at UC Davis*
UC Santa Barbara at San Jose State
Long Beach State at Pacific*
UC Riverside at Cal Poly*
Cal State Northridge at UC Irvine*
3 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Saturday, April 2
Cal State Fullerton at UC Davis*
UC Santa Barbara at San Jose State
Cal State Northridge at UC Irvine*
Long Beach State at Pacific*
UC Riverside at Cal Poly*
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Sunday, April 3
Cal State Fullerton at UC Davis*
Cal State Northridge at UC Irvine*
Long Beach State at Pacific*
UC Riverside at Cal Poly*
UC Santa Barbara at San Jose State
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Monday, April 4
UC Davis at Nevada
2 pm
Tuesday, April 5
Cal Poly at San Francisco
Pacific at California
Cal Poly at San Francisco
UC Irvine at San Diego
Cal State Northridge at UNLV
Pepperdine at Cal State Fullerton
UCLA at UC Riverside
San Diego State at Long Beach State
3 pm
2:30 pm
3 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Saturday, April 23
Cal State Fullerton at Cal Poly*
Long Beach State at UC Santa Barbara*
Pacific at Cal State Northridge*
UC Riverside at Cal State Bakersfield
UC Davis at UC Irvine*
Saturday, April 9
Cal Poly at UC Santa Barbara*
1 pm
Cal State Northridge at Cal State Bakersfield 1 pm
UC Davis at Long Beach State*
5:30 pm
Pacific at UC Riverside*
6 pm
UC Irvine at Cal State Fullerton*
6 pm
Tuesday, April 26
Cal State Fullerton at San Diego
3 pm
Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara
3 pm
Pacific at Santa Clara
6 pm
UC Irvine at UCLA
6 pm
UC Riverside at San Diego State
6 pm
Long Beach State at USC
6:30 pm
Sunday, April 10
Cal Poly at UC Santa Barbara*
Cal State Northridge at Cal State Bakersfield
Pacific at UC Riverside*
UC Davis at Long Beach State*
UC Irvine at Cal State Fullerton* (ESPNU)
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
Tuesday, April 12
Saint Mary’s at UC Davis
2:30 pm
Cal State Fullerton at Loyola Marymount
3 pm
UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge
3 pm
Pacific at Stanford
5:30 pm
Cal Poly at Santa Clara
6 pm
Long Beach State at UCLA
6 pm
UNLV at UC Riverside
6 pm
San Diego State at UC Irvine
6:30 pm
Friday, April 15
Cal State Bakersfield at UC Davis
Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly*
UC Irvine at Pacific*
UC Riverside at Long Beach State*
UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Fullerton*
2:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
7 pm
Saturday, April 16
Cal State Bakersfield at UC Davis
UC Irvine at Pacific*
UC Riverside at Long Beach State*
Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly*
UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Fullerton*
1 pm
1 pm
5:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Sunday, April 17
Cal State Bakersfield at UC Davis
Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly*
UC Irvine at Pacific*
UC Riverside at Long Beach State*
UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Fullerton*
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
Friday, April 29
Cal State Northridge at UC Davis*
UC Irvine at Cal State Bakersfield
UC Santa Barbara at UC Riverside*
Cal Poly at Long Beach State*
Pacific at Cal State Fullerton*
2:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
7 pm
Saturday, April 30
Cal State Northridge at UC Davis*
UC Irvine at Cal State Bakersfield
Cal Poly at Long Beach State*
Pacific at Cal State Fullerton*
UC Santa Barbara at UC Riverside*
1 pm
1 pm
5:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Sunday, May 1
Cal Poly at Long Beach State*
Cal State Northridge at UC Davis*
Pacific at Cal State Fullerton*
UC Irvine at Cal State Bakersfield
UC Santa Barbara at UC Riverside*
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Tuesday, May 3
Long Beach State at San Diego State
Saint Mary’s at Cal Poly
UC Riverside at USC
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Wednesday, May 4
San Jose State at UC Davis
Pepperdine at UC Irvine
2:30 pm
6:30 pm
Friday, May 6
UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge*
3 pm
Cal State Fullerton at UC Riverside*
6 pm
UC Davis at Pacific*
6 pm
Cal Poly at UC Irvine*
6:30 pm
Long Beach State at Arizona State
6:30 pm
Tuesday, April 19
UC Davis at California
Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State at Cal Poly
San Diego at UC Irvine
2:30 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Thursday, April 21
Long Beach State at UC Santa Barbara*
Pacific at Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Fullerton at Cal Poly*
UC Riverside at Cal State Bakersfield
UC Davis at UC Irvine*
3 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Friday, April 22
Long Beach State at UC Santa Barbara*
Pacific at Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Fullerton at Cal Poly*
UC Riverside at Cal State Bakersfield
UC Davis at UC Irvine*
Sunday, May 8
Cal State Fullerton at UC Riverside*
Long Beach State at Arizona State
UC Davis at Pacific*
UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge*
Cal Poly at UC Irvine* (ESPNU)
3 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Tuesday, May 10
Cal Poly at Saint Mary’s
Cal State Fullerton at Pepperdine
Pacific at San Jose State
UC Riverside at San Diego
UC Davis at Stanford
Cal State Northridge at San Diego State
UCLA at Long Beach State
Saturday, May 7
UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge*
1 pm
Cal Poly at UC Irvine*
2 pm
Cal State Fullerton at UC Riverside*
6 pm
UC Davis at Pacific*
6 pm
Long Beach State at Arizona State
6:30 pm
Big West Baseball
Saturday, March 26
Cal State Northridge at Loyola Marymount
Long Beach State at Stanford
San Jose State at UC Davis
UC Irvine at Gonzaga
UC Santa Barbara at Oregon State
Pacific at San Francisco
Cal State Fullerton at Hawaii (DH)
Minnesota at Cal Poly Friday, April 8
Cal Poly at UC Santa Barbara*
3 pm
Cal State Bakersfield at Cal State Northridge 3 pm
Pacific at UC Riverside*
6 pm
UC Davis at Long Beach State*
6:30 pm
UC Irvine at Cal State Fullerton*
7 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
3 pm
3 pm
3 pm
5:30 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
7
Composite Schedule
Big West Baseball
Wednesday, May 11
Santa Clara at UC Davis
2:30 pm
Friday, May 13
UC Irvine at UC Santa Barbara*
UC Riverside at Cal State Northridge*
Pacific at Seattle
UC Davis at Cal Poly*
Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton*
3 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
7 pm
Saturday, May 14
UC Irvine at UC Santa Barbara*
UC Riverside at Cal State Northridge*
Pacific at Seattle
Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton*
UC Davis at Cal Poly*
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Sunday, May 15
Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton*
Pacific at Seattle
UC Davis at Cal Poly*
UC Irvine at UC Santa Barbara*
UC Riverside at Cal State Northridge*
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Monday, May 16
Pacific at Washington
2 pm
Tuesday, May 17
California at UC Davis
Cal State Fullerton at UCLA
Santa Clara at Cal Poly
UC Riverside at UNLV
Pepperdine at Long Beach State
USC at UC Irvine
Wednesday, May 18
Loyola Marymount at Cal State Fullerton
2:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
6 pm
Friday, May 20
UC Santa Barbara at UC Davis*
2:30 pm
Cal Poly at Pacific*
6 pm
UC Irvine at UC Riverside*
6 pm
Cal State Northridge at Long Beach State* 6:30 pm
Saturday, May 21
UC Santa Barbara at UC Davis*
Cal State Northridge at Long Beach State*
Cal Poly at Pacific*
UC Irvine at UC Riverside*
1 pm
2 pm
6 pm
6 pm
Sunday, May 22
Cal Poly at Pacific*
Cal State Northridge at Long Beach State*
UC Irvine at UC Riverside*
UC Santa Barbara at UC Davis*
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Tuesday, May 24
UC Davis at Saint Mary’s
Loyola Marymount at UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly at Stanford
California at Pacific
San Diego at Cal State Fullerton
UCLA at UC Irvine
3 pm
3 pm
5:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
Friday, May 27
UC Riverside at UC Davis*
2:30 pm
Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Northridge* 3 pm
Pacific at UC Santa Barbara*
3 pm
Cal Poly at Cal State Bakersfield
6 pm
Long Beach State at UC Irvine*
6:30 pm
8
Saturday, May 28
Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Northridge*
Pacific at UC Santa Barbara*
UC Riverside at UC Davis*
Long Beach State at UC Irvine*
Cal Poly at Cal State Bakersfield
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
6 pm
Sunday, May 29
Cal Poly at Cal State Bakersfield
Cal State Fullerton at Cal State Northridge*
Long Beach State at UC Irvine*
Pacific at UC Santa Barbara*
UC Riverside at UC Davis*
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
! USC Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.)
$ YMBL Cardinal Classic (Beaumont, Texas)
& RBI Tournament (Irvine & Los Angeles, Calif.)
¶ MBL Urban Youth Academy (Compton, Calif.)
§ DeMarini West Coach Challenge (Fullerton, Calif.)
^ Arizona Tournament (Surprise, Ariz.)
@ AT&T Invitational (San Francisco, Calif.)
£ Jack Gifford Memorial Tournament
(San Jose & Santa Clara, Calif.)
¢ Baseball at the Beach (Myrtle Beach, S.C.)
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
Preseason Information
2011 Returning Big West Statistical Leaders
Player, Team (2010 Rank)
Justin Shults, UCR (2nd)
Tony Nix, UCR (1st)
David Popkins, UCD (2nd)
Nick Ramirez, CSF (4th)
Nick Ramirez, CSF (3rd)
Nick Ramirez, CSF (1st)
Nick Ramirez, CSF (1st)
Matt Jensen, CP; Brett Christopher, PAC (T3rd)
Nick Ramirez, CSF (T2nd)
Nick Ramirez, CSF (2nd)
Sean Williams, UCSB (4th)
Brennan Metzger, LBSU (1st)
Brett Christopher, PAC (1st)
Nick Ramriez, CSF; Seth Batty, UCD; Matt Jensen, CP (T1st)
Ridge Carpenter, CSUN (3rd)
Category - Pitching
Earned Run Average
Innings Pitched
Strikeouts
Wins
Saves
Appearances
Games Started
Player, Team (2010 Rank)
Noe Ramirez, CSF (2nd)
Noe Ramirez, CSF (2nd)
Noe Ramirez, CSF (1st)
Noe Ramirez, CSF (T1st)
Nick Ramirez, CSF(1st)
Nick Ramirez, CSF (T3rd)
Daniel Renken, CSF (1st)
No.
.390
.699
.473
62
90
75
28
6
16
168
31
20
12
6
20
No.
2.48
106.1
119
12
11
27
17
Returning First Team All-Big West Players
Pos.
C
1B/P
3B
OF
DH
UTL
P
Name, School
Rob Brantly, UCR
Nick Ramirez, CSF
Brian Hernandez, UCI
Tony Nix, UCR
Justin Shults, UCR
David Popkins, UCD
Noe Ramriez, CSF
B/T
L/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
L/R
S/R
R/R
Ht.
6-2
6-3
6-1
5-11
6-2
6-2
6-3
Wt. 190
225
205
175
190
215
180
Cl.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Hometown
Temecula Valley, Calif.
Anaheim, Calif.
Sylmar, Calif.
Poway, Calif.
Valencia, Calif.
San Diego, Calif.
East Los Angeles, Calif.
Big West Coaches Poll
No.School
1.
Cal State Fullerton (9)
T2. UC Irvine
T2. UC Riverside
4.
Cal Poly
5.
Long Beach State
6.
UC Santa Barbara
7.
Pacific
8.
UC Davis
9.
Cal State Northridge
Pts.
81
65
65
50
47
36
26
22
13
( ) — First-place votes
Preseason
All-Americans
Collegiate Baseball
Name
Noe Ramirez, 1st
Nick Ramirez, 2nd
Team
CSF
CSF
Cl.
Jr.
Jr.
Pos.
P
P
Team
CSF
CSF
Cl.
Jr.
Jr.
Pos.
P
P
NCBWA
Name
Noe Ramirez, 1st
Nick Ramirez, 3rd
Preseason National Rankings
Baseball America
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Team
Florida
UCLA
TCU
Vanderbilt
Oklahoma
Texas
South Carolina
Cal State Fullerton
Connecticut
Clemson
Arizona State
Florida State
Stanford
Oregon
Virginia
Baylor
California
Rice
Arizona
College of Charleston
Texas A&M
LSU
St. John’s
Miami
Tulane
2010 Record
47-17
51-17
54-14
46-20
50-18
50-13
54-16
46-18
48-16
45-25
52-10
48-20
31-25
40-24
51-14
36-24
29-25
40-23
34-24
44-19
43-21-1
41-22
43-20
43-20
32-24
NCBWA
Collegiate Baseball
1.
2.
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9.
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25.
Team
TCU
Florida
UCLA
Clemson
Vanderbilt
Oklahoma
Texas
Texas A&M
Oregon
Stanford
Arizona State
Cal State Fullerton
Florida State
South Carolina
LSU
Connecticut
Virginia
Miami
Georgia Tech
Louisville
Rice
Arizona
Wichita State
Coastal Carolina
Auburn
2010 Record
54-14
47-17
51-17
45-25
46-20
50-18
50-13
43-21-1
40-24
31-25
52-10
46-18
48-20
54-16
41-22
48-16
51-14
43-20
47-15
50-14
40-23
34-24
41-19
55-10
43-21
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25.
Team
TCU
UCLA
Florida
Vanderbilt
Oklahoma
Texas
Clemson
South Carolina
Cal State Fullerton
Florida State
Arizona State
Oregon
Virginia
Stanford
Rice
Texas A&M
Connecticut
Coastal Carolina
LSU
Miami
Georgia Tech
Louisville
Auburn
Arkansas
Arizona
2010 Record
54-14
51-17
47-17
46-20
50-18
50-13
45-25
54-16
46-18
48-20
52-10
40-24
51-14
31-25
40-23
43-21-1
48-16
55-10
41-22
43-20
47-15
50-14
43-21
43-21
34-24
Big West Baseball
Category - Hitting
Batting Average
Slugging Percentage
On-base Percentage
Runs Scored
Hits
Runs Batted In
Doubles
Triples
Home Runs
Total Bases
Walks
Hit By Pitch
Sac Bunts
Sac Flies
Stolen Bases
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Big West Baseball
Important Dates In Big West History
July 1, 1969 — The desire to form a Division I football conference sparks the formation of
the Pacific Coast Athletic Association (PCAA) with seven charter members: Fresno State,
Long Beach State, San Jose State, UC Santa Barbara, Pacific, Cal State Los Angeles
and San Diego State. The conference sponsors 11 men’s sports: baseball, basketball,
cross country, football, golf, gymnastics, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field,
water polo and wrestling. J. Kenneth Fagans is named commissioner on a part-time basis.
June 3, 1976 — The conference approves the split of the PCAA baseball league into two
leagues separate from the PCAA. The Southern California Baseball Association (SCBA)
and the Northern California Baseball Association (NCBA) consist mostly of members of
the PCAA and the West Coast Athletic Conference. PCAA Commissioner Jesse Hill agrees
to govern the SCBA.
June 8, 1979 — SCBA member Cal State Fullerton wins the NCAA Baseball Championship with a 2-1 victory over Arkansas.
Big West Baseball Members
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
Long Beach State
UC Davis
UC Irvine
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Big West Baseball
May 17, 1984 — The conference council approves the reformation of PCAA baseball
for the 1985 season, thus eliminating the SCBA and the NCBA.
June 10, 1984 — SCBA champion Cal State Fullerton wins its second NCAA Baseball
Championship. The Titans prevail over the University of Texas 3-1.
July 1, 1988 — The conference changes its name from “PCAA” to “Big West Conference.”
May 14, 1995 — Cal State Fullerton defeats Long Beach State 8-4 to claim the title in
the inaugural Big West Baseball Tournament in Long Beach, Calif.
June 10, 1995 — Cal State Fullerton claims its third College World Series title with an
11-5 win over USC. The Titans become the first No. 1 seed in CWS history to win the
title. In addition, CSF becomes the 14th team in CWS history to advance through the
regionals and series undefeated.
January 8, 1996 — Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge are invited to join the
Big West as associate members in softball starting in 1997. Sacramento State’s baseball
team is invited to join the league as an associate member also in 1997.
February 9, 2000 — Cal State Northridge and UC Riverside are formally invited to join
the Big West beginning with the 2001-2002 season.
May 26, 2003 — For the first time ever, two Big West schools are given regional hostbids by the NCAA. Long Beach State hosts its first regional, while Cal State Fullerton
hosts its third. Each advance to the Super Regional.
June 8, 2003 — With a 7-1 victory over Arizona State, Cal State Fullerton advances to
its 12th College World Series and ninth as a Big West member. The Titans come one
win shy of reaching the best-of-3 championship series.
June 27, 2004 — A two-game sweep of Texas in the College World Series clinches Cal
State Fullerton’s fourth national championship, its second as a member of the Big West.
After a 15-16 start to the season, the Titans win 32 of their next 38 games.
June, 2007— For only the third time, the Big West had two teams playing for the national
title at Rosenblatt Stadium. Cal State Fullerton made its 15th College World Series appearance, while UC Irvine made its first run for the coveted crown. Both teams entered
the CWS with a perfect 5-0 postseason mark, but dropped their first contests to create
a first-ever Big West face-off in Omaha. The Titans and Anteaters played a 13-inning
game that lasted 5 hours and 40 minutes - the longest game in CWS history.
July 1, 2007— A ninth school from the Golden State – UC Davis – became the newest
member of the Big West Conference after completing a four-year reclassification process
from Division II to Division I.
Heading To Omaha
The Big West has enjoyed a tradition of representation at college baseball’s premier
event, the NCAA College World Series, a showcase of the nation’s best teams battling
for the national championship in Omaha, Neb. The Big West has featured a contender
for the coveted crown on an almost annual basis. In fact, a Big West school has reached
Omaha in 16 of the past 23 seasons. Cal State Fullerton brought home the Big West’s
first national title in 1995 and then brought home a second as the 2004 national champ.
Here is a breakdown of Big West participants in the College World Series over the years
(baseball was not sponsored in the Big West from 1977-84).
10
1975 - Cal State Fullerton
1988 - Cal State Fullerton, Fresno State
1989 - Long Beach State
1990 - Cal State Fullerton
1991 - Long Beach State, Fresno State
1992 - Cal State Fullerton
1993 - Long Beach State
1994 - Cal State Fullerton
1995 - Cal State Fullerton (NCAA champion)
1998 - Long Beach State
1999 - Cal State Fullerton
2001 - Cal State Fullerton
2003 - Cal State Fullerton
2004 - Cal State Fullerton (NCAA champion)
2006 - Cal State Fullerton
2007 - Cal State Fullerton, UC Irvine
2009 - Cal State Fullerton
Major League Talent
The Big West Conference boasts a sizable number of alumni who have moved
on to baseball’s highest level and contributed to the success of their respective major
league clubs.
Some of the Big West’s more prominent alumni wearing major league uniforms
include 2000 American League Most Valuable Player Jason Giambi (Long Beach State),
2001 National League All-Star Phil Nevin (Cal State Fullerton), and 2004 American League
Rookie of the Year Bobby Crosby (LBSU). Other notable major leaguers who honed
their skills in the Big West are 2008 American League Rookie of the Year Evan Longoria
(LBSU), Jered Weaver (LBSU), Mark Kotsay (CSF), Brady Anderson (UCI), Michael
Young (UCSB), Barry Zito (UCSB), Troy Tulowitzki (LBSU) and Reed Johnson (CSF).
The list goes on and on, and the supply does not appear to be in danger of
shortage. The Big West produces an annual bumper crop of players in the MLB draft
that ranks the conference among the highest represented in the nation. In 2010, the Big
West Conference witnessed 22 players selected in the final day of the three-day Major
League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, increasing its draft total to 49. The conference
saw action right from the start as a pair of Cal State Fullerton Titans - shortstop Christian
Colon and outfielder Gary Brown - were selected in the first round. Colon became the
fifth-highest overall selection for the Big West after going fourth overall by the Kansas
City Royals. Brown went to the San Francisco Giants as the 24th pick. In all, Big West
Champion Cal State Fullerton had a league-leading nine players drafted.
Long Beach State and UC Irvine each had eight selections to finish second in
the conference. Jake Thompson, the first Big West player selected on day two, was
this highest 49er drafted, going in the second round to the Tampa Bay Rays. The 2010
Big West Pitcher of the Year, Daniel Bibona, was the first Anteater named, going in the
eighth-round to the St. Louis Cardinals.
UC Santa Barbara concluded the event with six selections, finishing fourth in the
Big West. Pacific’s total number of draftees improved to five after the final day, which
ties a program-high that was set during the 1994 and 2001 drafts. UC Riverside and
Cal State Northridge each had four players chosen, Cal Poly had three players selected
and two draft picks came from UC Davis.
Cal Poly
School Information
Media Relations
Location: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . San Luis Obispo, Calif.
Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,235
Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1901
Colors: . . . . . . Forest Green, Copper and Vegas Gold
Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mustangs
President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Jeffrey Armstrong
Interim Director of Athletics: . . . . . . . . . . . Phil Webb
SWA: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Martinez
Media Relations Director: . . . . . . . . . Brian Thurmond
Baseball SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Burdick
Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (805) 756-6550
Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (805) 756-2650
Email Address: . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Website Address: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.gopoly.com
Team Information
Stadium: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baggett Stadium
Capacity: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,734
Dimensions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 335, 385, 405, 385, 335
Date Opened: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jan. 21, 2001
Press Box Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (805) 756-7456
Top Attendance: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,284 (5/6/05)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Cal State Fullerton
All-time Record at Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164-118
Stadium Facts
Mustang Roster
No.
1
2
4
5
6
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
17
19
20
23
24
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
38
39
40
41
42
44
47
49
Player
Denver Chavez
Mike Miller
Michael Hoo
Elliot Stewart
Jono Grayson
Matt Jensen
Donny Medlinger
Evan Busby
Jordan Hadlock
David Armendariz
Chris Hoo
Jimmy Allen
Eugene Wright
Mitch Haniger
J.J. Thompson
Bobby Crocker
Tim Wise
Tommy Erlin
Taylor Chris
Nathan Gonzalez
Mason Radeke
Joey Wagman
DJ Gentile
Chase Johnson
Matt Russell
Kyle Anderson
Frankie Reed
Andrew Bruder
Tommy Pluschkell
Steven Fischback
Reed Reilly
Jordan Brower
Jeff Johnson
Mark Laugenour
Braden Young
Pos.
OF
INF
INF
C
OF
INF
RHP
INF
C
OF
C
INF
RHP
OF
INF
OF
OF
LHP
LHP
RHP
RHP
RHP
OF
RHP
OF
LHP
LHP
RHP
INF
RHP
RHP
IB
RHP
LHP
RHP
B/T
S/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
S/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/L
L/L
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/L
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
L/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
Ht.
5-9
5-10
6-0
5-11
5-7
6-1
6-1
5-9
5-9
6-1
5-9
5-10
6-0
6-2
6-1
6-3
6-4
5-10
5-11
6-3
6-1
6-0
6-2
6-3
5-11
6-2
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-3
6-3
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-3
Wt.
170
170
185
200
165
190
170
180
185
205
180
180
180
210
200
230
180
180
160
210
185
185
215
190
180
185
195
195
190
200
195
190
195
180
205
Cl.
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Sr.
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Jr.
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Fr.
Hometown (Previous School)
Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara HS)
Concord, Calif. (Cuesta College)
Cupertino, Calif. (St. Francis HS)
San Jose, Calif.(West Valley College)
Marin City, Calif. (Marin Catholic HS)
Clovis, Calif. (Clovis East HS)
San Jose, Calif. (San Jose CC)
Chico, Calif. (Pleasant Valley HS)
Gardnerville, Nev. (Douglas HS)
Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Notre Dame HS)
Cupertino, Calif. (St. Francis HS)
Vista, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista HS)
Sandy, Ore. (Cerro Coso College)
Santa Clara, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty HS)
Maple Valley, Wash. (Tahoma HS)
Aromas, Calif. (Aptos HS)
Camarillo, Calif. (Westlake HS)
Santa Cruz, Calif. (DeAnza JC)
Gilroy, Calif. (Gilroy HS)
Denair, Calif. (Merced JC)
Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara HS)
Danville, Calif. (Monte Vista HS)
Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande HS)
Fallbrook, Calif. (Fallbrook HS)
Ventura, Calif. (Ventura HS)
Aptos, Calif. (Aptos HS)
Simi Valley, Calif. (Simi Valley HS)
Jamul, Calif. (Steele Canyon HS)
Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley HS)
Walnut Creek, Calif. (Las Lomas HS)
Dana Point, Calif. (J Serra Catholic HS)
Newbury Park, Calif. (Newbury Park HS)
Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Thousand Oaks HS)
Woodland, Calif. (Woodland HS)
Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay HS)
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 1
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 19
March 20
March 21
March 22
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 29
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 5
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 19
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 3
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 10
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 17
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 24
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
vs. North Carolina$
vs. Missouri$
at USC$
at Oklahoma State
at Oklahoma State
at Oklahoma State
at Fresno State
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Loyola Marymount
Loyola Marymount (DH)
Loyola Marymount
UCLA
UCLA
UCLA
at Pepperdine
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Pepperdine
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
at San Francisco
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at Santa Clara
Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Northridge*
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
Saint Mary’s
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine* (ESPNU)
at Saint Mary’s
UC Davis*
UC Davis*
UC Davis*
Santa Clara
at Pacific*
at Pacific*
at Pacific*
at Stanford
at Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
Time
2 pm
2 pm
3 pm
2 pm
Noon
11 am
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
2 pm
6 pm
3 pm
6 pm
4 pm
10 am
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
2 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
5:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
Big West Baseball
Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Larry Lee
Alma Mater (Year): . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pepperdine (1983)
Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . 706-448-5 (24 seasons)
NCAA Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246-207-2 (8 seasons)
Record at CP: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246-207-2 (8 seasons)
Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Teddy Warrecker
Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jason Kelly
Volunteer Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . Alex Hoover
Director of Baseball Operations: . . . . Thomas Eager
Baseball Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (805) 756-6367
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20/9
Position Starters Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/4
Pitchers Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/3
2010 Overall Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-32
2010 Big West Record: . . . . . . . . . . 10-14, T5th place
2011 Schedule
$ USC Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.)
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
*Has utilized his redshirt year
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Cal Poly
Head Coach Larry Lee
9th Season • Pepperdine (1983)
Big West Baseball
Career Record: 706-448-5
CP Record: 246-207-2
• Larry Lee enters his ninth season as the Cal Poly Mustangs’
skipper. In eight seasons with
the Mustangs, Lee has produced 15 first-team All-Big West
players and four All-Americans.
• In 2009, Lee guided the Mustangs to a 37-21 overall mark and a 14-10 Big West
record, good enough for third in the league. Cal Poly
went on to compete in its first NCAA regional playoff since
moving to Division I prior to the 1995 season.
• Lee came to the Mustangs program on July 22, 2002, after
16 seasons as head coach at Cuesta College, where he
led the Cougars to four trips to the California Community
College State Final Four (1992, 1997, 2001, 2002). Lee
pushed Cuesta to the Southern California Regionals in his
last six years with the program to lift his total to 11.
• Before becoming head coach at Cuesta College in 1987,
Lee served as an assistant coach for the Cougars for two
seasons and at Cal Poly for one.
• Lee earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education/
kinesiology from Pepperdine in 1983 and a master’s
degree in physical education from Cal Poly in 1985 as
well as an adaptive physical education credential from
Cal Poly in 1988.
2010 Results
Lee’s Career
Coaching Record
Two-year institution
Year
School
1987
Cuesta
1988
Cuesta
1989
Cuesta
1990
Cuesta
1991
Cuesta
1992
Cuesta
1993
Cuesta
1994
Cuesta
1995
Cuesta
1996
Cuesta
1997
Cuesta
1998
Cuesta
1999
Cuesta
2000
Cuesta
2001
Cuesta
2002
Cuesta
16 year total
W
20
22
9
23
27
25
18
36
20
33
44
33
37
34
36
43
460
L
14
18
25
15
16
18
19
14
23
14
11
8
12
13
12
9
241
T
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
Pct.
.588
.550
.265
.600
.628
.581
.486
.720
.466
.702
.800
.805
.755
.723
.750
.827
.656
Four-year institution
Year
School
2003
Cal Poly
2004
Cal Poly
2005
Cal Poly
2006
Cal Poly
2007
Cal Poly
2008
Cal Poly
2009
Cal Poly
2010
Cal Poly
8 year total
W
27
38
36
29
32
24
37
23
246
L
28
23
20
27
24
32
21
32
207
T
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
Pct.
.491
.621
.643
.518
.571
.429
.661
.418
.543
Cal Poly Coaching Records
Name
Seasons
OverallPct.
Conf. Record
Pct.
Howie O’Daniels
1942, 1956-57
34-37-1.479
None, CCAA
George Egan
1943
6-4.600
None
Vern Meacham, Richard Schwartz 1945
10-8.556None
Joseph Duell
1946
3-7-9.300
None
Robert Mott
1947-52, 1954
124-78-1.613
CCAA
7-5.583
Tom Lee
1953, 1955
21-32.396
CCAA
Bill Hicks
1958-69
269-264-1.505
CCAA
Augie Garrido
1970-72
84-63.571
CCAA
Berdy Harr
1973-83
297-249-6.538
CCAA
95-102.482
Steve McFarland
1984-93
290-257.530
CCAA
150-144.510
Kent Agler, Doug Noce
1994
31-21.596
CCAA
18-11.620
Ritch Price
1995-2002
217-228-1.488
WAC
31-29.517
BWC 72-88.450
Larry Lee
2003-present
246-207-2.543 BWC 85-92.497
Date
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 21
Feb. 23
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
Feb. 28
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 7
March 9
March 10
March 12
March 13
March 14
March 19
March 20
March 21
March 23
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 31
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 6
April 9
April 10
April 11
April 16
April 17
April 18
April 23
April 24
April 25
April 30
May 1
May 2
May 4
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 11
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 18
May 21
May 22
May 23
May 25
May 28
May 29
May 30
Opponent
Result
USC
L, 4-9
USC
W, 10-6
USC
L, 4-9
at Pepperdine
W, 12-4
San Francisco
L, 0-5
San Francisco
W, 7-3
San Francisco
L, 5-11
vs. No. 2 Arizona State$
L, 9-12
vs. Utah Valley$
W, 8-6
vs. Florida International$
L, 8-10
vs. Oregon State$
Canceled
Northern Illinois
W, 13-3
Northern Illinois
W, 12-5
Houston
L, 8-13
Houston
L, 2-6
Houston
L, 3-5
California
L, 9-11
California
L, 2-14
California
W, 6-5
Fresno State
L, 9-10
at No. 3 UCLA
L, 7-11
at No. 3 UCLA
L, 3-4
at No. 3 UCLA
L, 4-6
at Loyola Marymount
L, 5-7
at UC Riverside*
L, 2-3
at UC Riverside*
W, 5-3 (10)
at UC Riverside*
L, 5-14
at Fresno State
L, 5-7
UC Santa Barbara*
W, 4-3 (10)
UC Santa Barbara*
L, 9-10
UC Santa Barbara*
L, 3-10
at Cal State Northridge*
L, 9-10
at Cal State Northridge*
L, 8-12
at Cal State Northridge*
W, 5-3
at No. 16 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 6-8
at No. 16 Cal State Fullerton* L, 3-11
at No. 16 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 2-9
Long Beach State*
L, 8-12
Long Beach State*
W, 8-4
Long Beach State*
W, 16-15 (11)
at Fresno State
W, 7-3
No. 25 UC Irvine*
L, 1-3
No. 25 UC Irvine*
W, 15-7
No. 25 UC Irvine* (ESPNU) L, 13-18
at Loyola Marymount
W, 18-11
at UC Davis*
W, 6-4 (12)
at UC Davis*
W, 5-4
at UC Davis*
L, 2-8
Pepperdine
W, 9-8
Pacific*
W, 8-4
Pacific*
L, 4-8
Pacific*
W, 11-3
Loyola Marymount
W, 10-7
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 12-3
Cal State Bakersfield
L, 8-12
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 25-8
$ Coca-Cola Classic (Surprise, Ariz.)
* Big West game
Home games in bold
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Cal Poly
All Games: 23-32
2010 Mustang Statistics
Home: 15-18
Road: 7-13
Neutral: 1-1
Player
Mark Laugenour
Matt Jensen
Mason Radeke
Andrew Bruder
Tommy Erlin
Matt Leonard
Mark DeVincenzi
Jeff Johnson
Joey Wagman
Eugene Wright
Frankie Reed
DJ Mauldin
Kyle Anderson
Totals
Opponents
ERA
0.00
0.00
2.96
3.00
4.75
4.97
6.26
6.90
7.09
7.35
7.81
8.56
9.10
6.75
6.50
W-L APP
0-0
1
0-0
1
3-1
4
0-0
2
1-0
14
2-7
15
2-2
17
3-3
23
1-2
12
2-5
18
1-4
23
5-4
15
3-4
13
23-32
55
32-23
55
GS
0
0
4
0
0
15
0
0
5
8
0
12
11
55
55
CGSHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
3
1
Big West Games: 10-14
CBO SV
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
8
1
13
Home: 6-7
IP
H
R ER
BB SO
HR
1.0
1
0
0
1
0
0
3
1.0
1
3
0
2
0
0
2
24.1
21
9
8
7
23
4
89
3.0
4
1
1
1
3
0
12
30.1
33
17
16
12
26
1
119
96.0 124
71
53
20
49
9 400
27.1
31
21
19
18
28
3
111
44.1
51
35
34
17
53
5 175
33.0
45
35
26
24
25
2 137
60.0
75
54
49
32
40
5 242
40.1
56
40
35
20
22
2 172
68.1
94
70
65
53
36
5 278
59.1
99
64
60
20
33
9 263
488.1 635 420 366 227 338
45 2003
487.2 605 402 352 222 419
49 1990
Road: 4-7
AB B/Avg
.333
.500
.236
.333
.277
.310
.279
.291
.328
.310
.326
.338
.376
.317
.304
WP HBP
0
0
0
1
0
7
0
0
3
3
8
6
5
2
8
2
6
6
7
8
3
5
10
1
7
4
57
58
54
54
BK
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
1
2
2
2
4
0
10
8
Neutral: 0-0
Player
AVG GP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
Jono Grayson.500
4
0
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
.500
1
0
1
0 .667 0 0
1
1
David Van Ostrand.393 23 19 84
9 33 12 1 2
18 53 .631
4
3 14 1 .440
0
0 0
0
Luke Yoder
.360 24 24 100 26 36 12 1
6 18 68
.680 18 1 21 2 .458 1 2 12 12 Adam Melker
.348 23 22
89 23 31 10 0 3 17
50
.562 10 6
7
1.443 1 3
1
3
J.J. Thompson
.346 23 22
78 15 27
5 2
2 11 42
.538 7
2 19
0 .414
0
3
2
3
Mike Miller
.333 4
2
6
1
2
0 0
0
0
2
.333 0
0
0
1 .333
0 0 1
1
Ross Brayton
.327 15 12 52 3 17 4
0
0
5
21
.404 1
2 10 1 .364 0 1
1
1
Mitch Haniger
.323 16 15 62 12 20
5
0
2 18 31
.500
2
1 10
1 .338 3 1 4
4
Bobby Crocker.311
24 24 103 20 32
5
2
2 18 47
.456 8
4 16 2 .376 2
1
5
8
Jordan Hadlock
.286 20 15
63 9 18 5
0
1
7
26 .413 6
0 11
1 .343 1 1 1
1
Denver Chavez
.260 12 12 50 10 13 2 0
0
6 15 .300 3
0 12 0 .302 0 0
1
1
Evan Busby
.242 20 20
66 15 16 2 0
0
5
18 .273
9
3 12
2 .350
2 2 3
4
Matt Jensen
.220
12 12 50 5 11 1
3
0 10 18 .360
2
2
7
1 .273 1
1 1
1
DJ Gentile
.174
8
7
23
4
4
2 0
0
5
6
.261 8
0
2
1 .364
2
0
0
0
Corey Dotzler
.143 5
2
7
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
.143 0
0
2
0 .143 0 0 0
0
Elliot Stewart
.129 15
8
31 2
4
0 0
0
1
4
.129 1
0
7
3 .156 0 1 0
0
Kyle Wong
.000 5
0
4
0
0
0 0
0
0
0 .000
0
0
1
0 .000
0 0
0
0
Michael Hoo
.000 3
0
2
1
0
0 0
0
0
0
.000 0
0
1
0 .000 0 0 0
0
Totals
.305 24 24 872 158 266 65
9 18 139 403
.462 80
24 153 17 .374 13 16 33 40
Opponents
.310
24 24 875 186 271 56 13 18 171 407
.465 100
27 131
17 .393 10 15 19 28
Player
ERA
W-L APP GS CG
SHO CBO SV
IP
H
R ER BB
SO
HR
AB B/Avg WP HBP BK
Matt Leonard
5.03
1-3
8
8
1
0
0
0
53.2
66
36
30 13
28
5
220
.300
6
4
1
Jeff Johnson
6.04
3-1
9
0
0
0
0
1
22.1
28
15
15
8
24
2
89
.315
5
2
0
Tommy Erlin
6.19
0-0
8
0
0
0
0
0
16.0
15
12
11
6
12
1
61
.246
1
3
0
Frankie Reed
6.20
0-1
9
0
0
0
0
1
20.1
24
16
14
5
9
1
81
.296
2
3
2
DJ Mauldin
6.80
3-2
8
8
1
0
0
0
47.2
59
41
36 33
22
3
188
.314
8
8
0
Eugene Wright
8.29
2-4
8
7
0
0
0
0
38.0
49
40
35 20
19
5
156
.314
4
6
1
Joey Wagman
8.64
0-1
4
1
0
0
0
0
8.1
15
13
8
3
8
1
39
.385
2
0
0
Mark DeVincenzi 11.00
1-2
6
0
0
0
0
0
9.0
15
13
11 12
9
0
41
.366
2
1
0
Totals
6.69 10-14
24
24
2
0
0
2 215.1 271 186 160 100
131
18
875
.310
30
27
4
Opponents
5.66 14-10
24
24
2
0
0
4 217.2 266 158 137 80
153
18
872
.305
19
24
1
Big West Baseball
Player
AVG GP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
Bobby Crocker.351
55 54 222 42 78 15 5 3 49 112 .505 23 9 44 3 .425
5
2 18 22
Luke Yoder.347 53 52 222 61 77 21 5 15 46 153
.689 34 2 57 4 .436
1
2 17 19
Adam Melker
.337 51 49 199 52 67 18 1 6 33 105
.528 22 10 24 2 .427 1 8 4
7
Jono Grayson
.333
12
0 6
2 2 0 0
0 0
2 .333 1
1
4
0 .500
0 0 1
1
Mitch Haniger
.326 46 43 178 38 58 15 1 7 45 96 .539 17 3 38
2 .386 4
1
7 11
David Van Ostrand .326 46 39 172 21 56 16 1 3 37 83
.483 9
4 32 2 .371
1 1 0
0
Ross Brayton
.320 40 35 150 16 48 10 0 2 25 64 .427
8
2 31
2 .360
1
2
2
3
Jordan Hadlock
.306
40 24 108 21 33 6 1
2 16 47 .435 10 1 20 1 .367 1 1 2
2
Evan Busby
.286 50 46 147 36 42 7 2 2
27 59 .401 26 8 29
4 .413 3 4
4
5
J.J. Thompson
.277 53 51 173 37 48 13 2 4 22 77 .445 24 3 51 0 .375
0
5 3
4
Matt Jensen
.270 36 36 137 26 37 7 6 2 32
62
.453 22
4 24
2 .373 6 1 3
3
Kyle Wong
.250 11
0
8
0 2 0 0 0 1 2 .250
0 0
3 0 .250 0 0 0
0
Elliot Stewart
.245 40 22
98 19 24 4 0 3 13
37 .378
5 2 25 3 .292 1 1 0
0
Denver Chavez
.233 19 19 73 16 17 2 1 0 13 21 .288 7 1 18 0 .309 0 1 1
1
DJ Gentile
.184 22 13
49 8 9 3 0 0 9 12
.245 11 3 9
2 .354 2 0 1
1
Michael Hoo
.167 14
1 12 3 2
1 0
0 1
3
.250 1 1
5
0 .286 0 0
0
0
Mike Miller
.160 15
8
25 3 4
0 0
0 1
4 .160 2 0
3 1 .222 0 2 1
1
Corey Dotzler
.091 7
3 11 1 1
0 0
0 0 1 .091 0
0 2
0 .091 0
0 0
0
Kyle Anderson
.000 1
0 0 0 0
0
0
0 0 0 .000 0
0 0 0 .000
0
0 0
0
Tommy Erlin.000 1
0
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 .000 0
0 0
0 .000
0
0
0
0
Totals
.304 55 55 1990 402 605 138 25 49 370 940 .472 222
54 419 28 .384 26 31 64 80
Opponents
.317 55 55 2003 420 635 141 23 45 390 957 .478 227 58 338 32 .397 27 32 50 74
13
Big West Baseball
Cal State Fullerton
School Information
Media Relations
Location:..............................................Fullerton, Calif.
Enrollment:........................................................ 36,000
Founded:.............................................................. 1957
Colors:................................... Navy, Orange and White
Nickname:.......................................................... Titans
President:.....................................Dr. Milton A. Gordon
Director of Athletics:................................ Brian Quinn
SWA:..........................................................Julie Bowse
Associate AD/Media Relations:...................Mel Franks
Baseball SID:....................................Michael Greenlee
Phone:..................................................(657) 278-3081
Fax:.......................................................(657) 278-3141
Email Address:[email protected]
Website Address:.................. www.fullertontitans.com
Team Information
Stadium:................................................ Goodwin Field
Capacity:............................................................. 3,500
Dimensions:........................... 330, 385, 400, 385, 330
Date Opened:.........................................April 18, 1992
Press Box Phone:................................(657) 278-5327
Top Attendance:.................................................. 3,654
..............................................................4 times in 2005
All-time Record at Stadium............................431-158
Head Coach:...........................................Dave Serrano
Alma Mater (Year):................. Trinity University (2003)
Overall Career Record:...........276-138-3 (7 seasons)
NCAA Career Record:.............248-122-1 (4 seasons)
Record at CSF:.............................. 134-56 (3 seasons)
Assistant Coach:................................. Greg Bergeron
Assistant Coach:.....................................Gregg Wallis
Undergraduate Assistant Coach:..........Kirk Saarloos
Baseball Office:...................................(657) 278-3789
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......................... 17/10
Position Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 4/5
Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost:......................... 3/1
2010 Overall Record:..........................................46-18
2010 Big West Record:.........................21-3, 1st place
Titan Roster
No.
1
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
15
17
20
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
31
32
33
34
35
38
40
41
42
45
51
53
54
55
Player
Matt Orloff
Anthony Hutting
Derek Legg
Walker Moore
Richy Pedroza
Tyler Pill
Ivory Thomas
Raymond Hernandez
Dylan Floro
Carlos Lopez
Chris Devenski
Spencer Ofelt
Austin Kingsolver
Noe Ramirez
Joe Terry
Nick O’Loughlin
Christian Coronado
Bijan Rademacher
Chad Wallach
Jared Deacon
Zach Tanida
Nick Ramirez
Colin O’Connell
Keegan Dale
Jake Floethe
Grahamm Wiest
Anthony Trajano
Ryan Ackland
David Hurlbut
Greg Velazquez
Cody Webster
Casey Watkins
Michael Lorenzen
*Has utilized his redshirt year
14
Stadium Facts
Pos.
B/T
INF
R/R
OF
L/L
INF
S/R
UTL
R/R
INF
S/R
RHP/OF L/R
OF
R/R
RHP
R/R
RHP
L/R
UTL
L/R
RNP
R/R
INF
R/R
OF
L/L
RHP
R/R
INF
L/R
C
R/R
RHP
R/R
OF
S/L
INF
R/R
C
L/R
C
R/R
1B/LHP L/L
RHP
L/R
INF
L/R
RHP
R/R
RHP
R/R
INF
R/R
RHP
R/R
LHP
L/L
INF
R/R
C
R/R
OF/C R/R
OF
R/R
Ht.
6-0
6-0
5-11
6-4
5-5
6-1
5-9
6-1
6-2
6-2
6-3
5-11
6-1
6-3
5-10
6-0
6-2
6-0
6-3
5-11
6-0
6-3
6-6
6-2
6-3
6-3
5-8
6-0
6-3
6-1
6-2
6-1
6-3
Wt.
175
185
175
210
145
185
175
190
180
205
200
195
170
180
185
200
195
190
220
180
200
225
200
160
205
190
155
215
205
180
200
190
180
Cl.
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
So.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.*
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Hometown (Previous School)
Simi Valley, Calif. (Simi Valley HS)
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Tesoro HS)
Murrieta, Calif. (Long Beach State)
Del Mar, Calif. (Mt. SAC)
Covina, Calif. (Northview HS)
Covina, Calif. (Covina HS)
Los Angeles, Calif. (Downey HS)
Elk Grove, Calif. (Cosumnes River College)
Merced, Calif. (Buhach Colony HS)
Northridge, Calif. (Crespi HS)
Santa Ana, Calif. (Golden West College)
Puyallup, Wash. (Western Nevada College)
Dana Point, Calif. (Dana Hills HS)
East Los Angeles, Calif. (Alhambra HS)
Long Beach, Calif. (Cerritos College)
Upland, Calif. (Fullerton College)
Hemet, Calif. (Hemet HS)
Anaheim Hills, Calif. (Canyon HS)
Yorba Linda, Calif. (Calvary Chapel HS)
Elk Grove, Calif. (Elk Grove HS)
San Diego, Calif. (San Diego Mesa College)
Anaheim, Calif. (Katella HS)
Riverside, Calif. (Arlington HS)
Riverside, Calif. (King HS)
Martinez, Calif. (Fresno State)
Orange, Calif. (JSerra HS)
Moreno Valley, Calif. (College of the Desert)
Yorba Linda, Calif. (Esperanza HS)
Concord, Calif. (Diablo Valley College)
Fullerton, Calif. (Fullerton HS)
Trabuco Canyon, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS)
Valencia, Calif. (West Ranch HS)
Anaheim, Calif. (Fullerton HS)
2011 Schedule
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 1
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 15
March 18
March 19
March 20
March 22
March 23
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 29
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 5
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 26
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 10
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 17
May 18
May 24
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
at Long Beach State
North Carolina
Long Beach State
at Long Beach State
at TCU
at TCU
at TCU
Loyola Marymount
USC
USC
at USC
at LSU
at LSU
at LSU
at Texas A&M
Washington
Washington
Washington
Arizona [email protected]
Arizona [email protected]
at Hawaii
at Hawaii (DH)
at Hawaii
UCLA
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
Pepperdine
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine* (ESPNU)
at Loyola Marymount
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
at San Diego
Pacific*
Pacific*
Pacific*
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
at Pepperdine
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
at UCLA
Loyola Marymount
San Diego
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
* Big West game
@DeMarini West Coach Challenge
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
Time
6:30 pm
Noon
6 pm
1 pm
4:30 pm
Noon
11 am
6 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
5 pm
Noon
11 am
4:30 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
9:30 pm
6 pm
4 pm
6 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
7 pm
6 pm
2 pm
3 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Cal State Fullerton
Head Coach Dave Serrano
4th Season • Trinity (2003)
Career Record: 276-138-3
CSF Record: 134-56
Serrano’s Career
Coaching Record
Two-year institution
Year School
1991 Cerritos College
1 year total
W
28
28
Four-year institution
Year School
2005 UC Irvine
2006 UC Irvine
2007 UC Irvine
2008 Cal State Fullerton
2009 Cal State Fullerton
2010 Cal State Fullerton
6 year total
W
L T Pct.
31 25 0 .554
36 24 0 .600
47 17 1 .731
41 22 0 .651
47 16 0 .746
46 18 0 .719
248 122 1 .670
L
16
16
T Pct.
2 .630
2 .630
Cal State Fullerton Coaching Records
Name
Seasons
Overall
Pct.
Conf. Record
Pct
Augie Garrido
1975-87, 1991-96
875-341-5.719
PCAA
82-26.759
SCBA
173-46-1.789
BWC 94-34.734
Larry Cochell
1988-90
109-68.616
PCAA
22-19.537
BWC13-5.722
George Horton
1997-2007
490-212-1.698
BWC
198-69.742
Dave Serrano
2008-present
134-56.705
BWC
54-18.750
Date
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 21
Feb. 26
Feb. 28
Feb. 28
March 2
March 5
March 6
March 7
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 14
March 16
March 17
March 19
March 20
March 21
March 23
March 26
March 27
March 28
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 6
April 9
April 10
April 11
April 16
April 17
April 18
April 20
April 23
April 24
April 25
April 27
April 30
May 1
May 2
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 12
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 18
May 21
May 22
May 23
May 25
May 28
May 29
May 30
June 4
June 5
June 6
June 6
June 7
June 11
June 12
June 13
Opponent
Result
Oregon
L, 3-7
Pepperdine
L, 0-6
Long Beach State
W, 8-1
No. 11 TCU
L, 2-5
No. 11 TCU
W, 6-4
No. 11 TCU
L, 1-8
San Diego
W, 11-4
at Arizona
L, 7-8 (11)
at Arizona
W, 6-1
at Arizona
L, 1-10
vs. Fresno State$
L, 0-5
at San Diego State$
W, 11-1
at San Diego&
W, 4-2
vs. Alabama-Birmingham$
W, 12-2
No. 1 Arizona State
L, 5-6
No. 1 Arizona State
L, 6-8
at Washington
W, 9-7
at Washington
W, 19-6
at Washington
W, 6-0
at Loyola Marymount
L, 2-4
Hawaii
W, 3-0
Hawaii
W, 13-6
Hawaii
L, 7-10
UC Davis*
W, 20-4
UC Davis*
W, 23-7
UC Davis*
W, 3-2
at No. 2 UCLA
W, 6-1
at No. 18 UC Irvine*
L, 4-7
at No. 18 UC Irvine*
W, 6-3
at No. 18 UC Irvine* (ESPNU) W, 6-1
at UC Santa Barbara*
L, 3-5
at UC Santa Barbara*
W, 17-3
at UC Santa Barbara*
W, 6-1
Pepperdine
W, 12-5
Cal Poly*
W, 8-6
Cal Poly*
W, 11-3
Cal Poly*
W, 9-2
at No. 24 San Diego
W, 13-10
at Pacific*
W, 6-2
at Pacific*
W, 11-7
at Pacific*
L, 10-18
UC Riverside*
W, 6-4
UC Riverside*
W, 9-1
UC Riverside*
W, 6-0
at Pepperdine
W, 10-7
at Long Beach State*
W, 12-2
at Long Beach State*
W, 8-0
at Long Beach State*
W, 6-4
Loyola Marymount
L, 10-11
Santa Clara
W, 8-0
Santa Clara
W, 6-4
Santa Clara
W, 18-11 (8)
No. 7 UCLA
W, 5-2
Cal State Northridge*
W, 6-0
Cal State Northridge*
W, 6-0
Cal State Northridge*
W, 15-4
Minnesota%
L, 1-3
Stanford%
W, 6-5
New Mexico%
W, 11-3
Minnesota%
W, 7-2
Minnesota%
W, 9-5
at [email protected]
W, 4-3
at [email protected]
L, 7-11 (10)
at [email protected]
L, 1-8
Big West Baseball
• After a stint as a player at Cal
State Fullerton and eight years
as an assistant to former Titan
Head Coach George Horton,
Serrano returned to Cal State
Fullerton in 2008.
• In his first three seasons at the
helm of the Titans, Serrano guided Cal State Fullerton to
three consecutive postseason appearances and a trip to
the World Series in 2009.
• Serrano also led the Titans to Big West Championships
in 2008 and 2010.
• At the helm of an Irvine program (2005-07) that was
defunct from 1993-2001, Serrano compiled a 114-66-1
(.633) record and guided the Anteaters to postseason
appearances in 2006 and 2007 and their first-ever College
World Series in 2007.
• Serrano’s coaching career began with seven years
at Cerritos College, one of which he took over as head
coach. That year, the Falcons won one of the six conference titles Serrano had been a part of there, and he
earned South Coast Conference Coach of the Year.
• Before assisting at Fullerton, Serrano was the pitching
coach and recruiting coordinator in 1995 and 1996 at
Tennessee. In 1995, he helped the Volunteers reach the
College World Series for the first time in 44 years.
• As a player, Serrano pitched at Cerritos College before
moving to Cal State Fullerton in 1986.
2010 Results
$ SDSU Tournament (San Diego, Calif.)
& SDSU Tourn. (San Diego, Calif. - USD Campus)
% NCAA Regionals (Fullerton, Calif.)
@ NCAA Super Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.)
* Big West game
Home games in bold
15
Cal State Fullerton
2010 Titan Statistics
Big West Baseball
16
Player
Blake McMartin
Gary Brown
David Carrillo
Corey Jones
Christian Colon
Tyler Pill
Carlos Lopez
Casey Watkins
Nick Ramirez
Billy Marcoe
Jonathan Davis
Richie Pedroza
Joey Siddons
Austin Kingsolver
Walker Moore
Zach Tanida
Anthony Hutting
Geno Escalante
Matt Orloff
Ivory Thomas
Totals
Opponents
All Games: 46-18
Home: 26-9
Road: 19-8
Neutral: 1-1
AVG GP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
1.000
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1.000
0
0
0
0 1.000
0
0
0
0
.438
50
48
210
63
92
20
8
6
41 146
.695
9
10
12
2
.485
0
8 32
37
.400
4
1
5
1
2
0
0
0
0
2
.400
1
1
2
0
.571
0
0
0
0
.374
63
63
222
50
83
13
6
9
56 135
.608 26
16
27
0
.468
3
3
6
9
.358
64
64
268
73
96
18
2
17
68 169
.631 34
13
18
2
.447
5
3 13
19
.354
55
55
198
43
70
13
1
7
42 106
.535
11
11
18
2
.411
4
1 10
16
.353
62
60
238
44
84
16
3
7
51 127
.534 22
2
24
1
.406
4
0
5
9
.347
27
12
49
17
17
7
1
0
10
26
.531
3
6
16
0
.441
1
4
2
2
.346
64
64
260
62
90
28
1
16
75 168
.646 19
6
50
1
.395
6
0
6
6
.333
60
54
207
33
69
11
1
3
32
91
.440 10
10
22
4
.387
3
3
6
11
.333
3
0
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
.333
0
0
2
0
.333
0
0
0
0
.331
37
33
124
30
41
5
1
0
22
48
.387 13
4
12
2
.411
0 11
4
7
.303
51
48
175
32
53
6
0
0
15
59
.337
7
3
22
0
.341
0 11
5
13
.247
45
21
85
13
21
3
2
0
12
28
.329
6
1
24
0
.304
0
9 10
13
.227
44
16
75
8
17
3
0
0
11
20
.267
6
2
21
4
.301
0
6
5
7
.212
24
8
33
6
7
3
0
0
4
10
.303
2
2
11
0
.297
0
2
0
0
.208
28
13
48
7
10
4
0
0
13
14
.292
8
1
13
3
.317
3
2
0
0
.154
7
2
13
1
2
0
0
0
1
2
.154
0
0
6
0
.154
0
0
0
0
.139
52
9
36
5
5
1
0
0
3
6
.167
4
2
7
1
.262
0
7
3
3
.125
26
5
16
3
2
0
1
0
2
4
.250
6
2
9
1
.417
0
0
5
5
.337
64
64 2266 493 763 151 27
65 458 1163
.513 187
92 316
23
.405
29 70 112 157
.258
64
64 2201 288 567 114
8
47 256 838
.381 156
71 504
25
.325
14 44 45
68
Player
ERA
Noe Ramirez
2.54
Dylan Floro
3.26
Tyler Pill
3.36
Nick Ramirez
3.50
Colin O’Connell
3.65
Daniel Renken
3.96
Derrick Dingeman 4.58
Raymond Hernandez 4.70
Kyle Mertins
4.75
Kevin Rath
4.94
David Hurlbut
9.92
Totals
3.78
Opponents
6.86
W-L APP
12-1
16
7-2
27
4-4
10
1-3
27
1-1
17
12-2
20
1-0
16
1-0
4
3-2
20
2-3
20
2-0
17
46-18
64
18-46
64
GS
14
8
9
1
4
17
0
0
5
5
1
64
64
CG
2
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
6
8
SHO
1
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
2
Big West Games: 21-3
Player
Walker Moore
Gary Brown
Nick Ramirez
Christian Colon
Casey Watkins
Richie Pedroza
Corey Jones
Joey Siddons
Tyler Pill
Carlos Lopez
Ivory Thomas
Billy Marcoe
Anthony Hutting
Austin Kingsolver
Matt Orloff
Zach Tanida
Geno Escalante
Totals
Opponents
AVG GP GS
.467
13
3
.456
21
21
.430
24
24
.417
24
24
.406
15
7
.386
16
15
.378
24
24
.377
18
18
.372
24
24
.349
23
22
.333
7
0
.293
24
24
.278
11
6
.160
17
4
.000
21
0
.000
6
0
.000
1
0
.372
24
24
.250
24
24
Player
Tyler Pill
Dylan Floro
Derrick Dingeman
Noe Ramirez
Colin O’Connell
Daniel Renken
Nick Ramirez
Kyle Mertins
David Hurlbut
Kevin Rath
Totals
Opponents
ERA
0.42
0.99
2.25
2.62
3.27
3.33
3.55
6.43
7.36
9.53
2.95
8.03
W-L
3-0
5-0
1-0
4-0
0-0
8-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
21-3
3-21
APP
3
10
4
5
7
8
9
6
4
5
24
24
CBO
2
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
SV
0
2
0
11
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
15
8
IP
106.1
91.0
61.2
43.2
44.1
104.2
17.2
7.2
47.1
31.0
16.1
571.2
554.0
H
92
102
54
41
42
104
19
7
61
25
20
567
763
Home: 12-0
R
34
39
29
17
23
56
9
5
34
24
18
288
493
ER
30
33
23
17
18
46
9
4
25
17
18
240
422
BB
19
11
13
8
9
40
4
2
16
28
6
156
187
Road: 9-3
SO
119
69
58
38
35
91
13
8
31
23
19
504
316
HR
9
4
4
3
7
6
0
0
5
1
6
47
65
AB
402
363
229
163
170
400
67
31
191
115
70
2201
2266
B/Avg
.229
.281
.236
.252
.247
.260
.284
.226
.319
.217
.286
.258
.337
WP
4
6
5
3
1
2
1
0
4
3
4
33
38
HBP
11
7
3
3
2
20
4
1
11
6
3
71
92
BK
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
5
20
Neutral: 0-0
AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
15
3
7
1
0
0
3
8
.533
1
0
3
0
.500
0
4
0
1
90
30
41
10
3
4
23
69
.767
5
6
4
1
.515
0
4 14
16
93
31
40
12
1
9
35
81
.871 13
1
14
0
.495
2
0
3
3
108
27
45
4
2
8
37
77
.713 12
2
8
0
.472
3
1
2
5
32
12
13
6
0
0
9
19
.594
1
3
9
0
.459
1
3
2
2
57
17
22
5
0
0
10
27
.474
5
2
5
1
.453
0
4
1
2
82
18
31
4
4
2
17
49
.598
11
5
12
0
.475
1
2
3
5
69
17
26
3
0
0
6
29
.420
1
1
5
0
.394
0
4
3
5
94
21
35
5
0
3
21
49
.521
5
4
8
0
.419
2
0
6
7
86
16
30
8
2
1
20
45
.523
8
0
9
1
.400
1
0
0
2
3
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
.333
0
1
1
0
.500
0
0
1
1
92
14
27
5
0
1
17
35
.380
4
3
7
2
.343
0
1
2
3
18
5
5
3
0
0
7
8
.444
5
1
3
0
.440
1
2
0
0
25
3
4
0
1
0
3
6
.240
0
0
4
0
.160
0
3
2
3
7
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
2
0
1
1
.222
0
0
1
1
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
1
0
0
0
.125
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
1
0
.000
0
0
0
0
879 217 327
66 13
28 209 503
.572 74
29
94
6
.433
11 28 40
56
819
86 205
32
2
14
76 283
.346 54
25 172
7
.315
3 20 14
20
GS
3
4
0
5
0
8
0
3
0
1
24
24
CG
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
3
SHO
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
4
0
CBO
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
SV
0
2
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
6
2
IP
21.1
45.2
4.0
34.1
11.0
54.0
12.2
21.0
3.2
5.2
213.1
204.0
H
11
38
5
36
11
55
12
31
2
4
205
327
R
2
8
1
11
6
26
5
18
3
6
86
217
ER
1
5
1
10
4
20
5
15
3
6
70
182
BB
2
6
0
8
4
15
1
11
0
7
54
74
SO
21
33
5
27
9
48
8
12
3
6
172
94
HR
0
1
0
3
1
3
1
4
1
0
14
28
AB
74
174
14
133
44
210
48
89
12
21
819
879
B/Avg
.149
.218
.357
.271
.250
.262
.250
.348
.167
.190
.250
.372
WP
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
2
0
0
6
12
HBP
1
4
0
4
0
6
2
7
1
0
25
29
BK
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
3
7
Cal State Northridge
School Information
Media Relations
Location: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Northridge, Calif.
Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,000
Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1958
Colors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red, White and Black
Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matadors
President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Jolene Koester
Director of Athletics: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Mazzuto
SWA: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Janet Pinneau
Assistant AD/Media Relations: . . . . . . . . Bob Vazquez
Baseball SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Strauss
Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (818) 677-3860
Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (818) 677-4950
Email Address: . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Website Address: . . . . . . . . . . www.gomatadors.com
Team Information
Stadium: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matador Field
Capacity: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000
Dimensions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325, 375, 400, 375, 330
Date Opened: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 4, 1961
Press Box Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (818) 677-4293
Top Attendance: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,010 (5/7/95)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. Fresno State
All-time Record at Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . 794-463-11
Matador Roster
No.
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
25
26
27
28
32
33
36
37
44
50
51
Player
Steven Keller
TS Reed
Carlos Gonzalez Jr.
Tommy Simis
Kyle Attl
Nathan Ring
Chester Pak
Matthew Moreno
Joshua Goossen-Brown
Ridge Carpenter
Miles Williams
Marty Bowen
Alex Muren
Justen Gorski
Matthew Telesco
Chris DeBoo
Shawn Wilyman
Adam Barry
Todd Eskelin
Christian Allen
Paul Tremlin
Mark Strazzeri
Jacob Petersen
Vincent Roberts
Justin De Marco
Ryan Juarez
Alec Cortez
Cody deSpain
Louis Cohen
Trevor Fredrickson
Harley Holt
Drew Muren
Pos.
B/T
C
S/R
INF
R/R
RHP
R/R
INF
R/R
INF
R/R
INFOF R/R
INF/OF R/R
INF/UTL R/R
RHP/UTL R/R
OF
L/R
INF
R/R
C
R/R
OF/RHP R/R
RHP
R/R
INF
R/R
RHP
R/R
RHP
R/R
INF
L/R
OF
R/R
INF
R/R
RHP
L/R
C
R/R
LHP
L/L
RHP
R/R
INF
R/R
RHP
R/R
OF
R/R
OF
R/R
RHP
R/R
LHP
L/L
RHP
R/R
OF/P
L/R
Ht.
6-0
5-6
6-2
6-0
6-0
5-10
6-0
5-11
6-2
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-3
5-11
6-0
6-3
6-2
6-0
6-1
6-1
6-4
5-11
6-4
6-0
5-10
6-1
6-0
6-0
6-0
5-11
6-0
6-6
Wt.
190
150
195
180
180
170
190
195
210
190
200
205
190
170
175
190
185
215
205
220
185
215
200
195
185
210
185
190
155
180
165
195
Cl.
Hometown (Previous School)
Jr. Agoura, Calif. (Santa Barbara City College)
Sr.
Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta HS)
Jr.
Granada Hills, Calif. (Pierce College)
So.*
Poway, Calif. (Poway HS)
So. San Diego, Calif. (Rancho Bernardo HS)
So.
Litchfield, Ariz. (Millennium HS)
Fr.
Diamond Bar, Calif. (Diamond Bar HS)
Jr.
Winnetka, Calif. (Pierce College)
So. Sherman Oaks, Calif. (LA Valley College)
Sr.
Honolulu, Hawaii (Hartnell College)
Fr.
Windsor, Calif. (Windsor HS)
So.
Oceanside, Calif. (El Camino HS)
So.
Ramona, Calif. (Ramona HS)
Jr.
Moorpark, Calif. (Moorpark HS)
Fr.
Fresno, Calif. (Bullard HS)
Jr.
San Diego, Calif. (Otay Ranch HS)
Sr.
Regina, Sask., Canada (Taft College)
Jr.
Simi Valley, Calif. (Ventura College)
Jr.*
West Hills, Calif. (El Camino Real HS)
So.
Covina, Calif. (Charter Oak HS)
Sr.
Quartz Hill, Calif. (Quartz Hill HS)
Fr.
Northridge, Calif. (Bishop Alemany HS)
So.
Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Morro Bay HS)
Jr.
Modesto, Calif. (Modesto College)
Sr.
Huntington Beach, Calif. (Edison HS)
Sr*
Norwalk, Calif. (Gahr HS)
Jr. Moreno Valley, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley Coll.)
Fr.
Woodland Hills, Calif. (Taft HS)
Fr.
Temecula, Calif. (Great Oak HS)
So.
Castaic, Calif. (West Ranch HS)
Fr. Honolulu, Hawaii (Kamehameha Kapalana HS)
Jr*
Ramona, Calif. (Ramona HS)
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 3
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 8
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 15
March 18
March 19
March 20
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 29
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 5
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
Apri 15
April 16
April 17
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 26
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 10
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
Seattle
Seattle (DH)
Seattle
Valparaiso
Valparaiso (DH)
Valparaiso
vs. New Mexico State$
at Lamar$
vs. San Francisco$
at Lamar$
San Diego State
Lafayette
Lafayette (DH)%
Lafayette
UNLV
at Sacramento State
at Sacramento State
at Sacramento State
Loyola Marymount
at Loyola Marymount
Loyola Marymount
at San Diego State
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine*
at UNLV
Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
UC Santa Barbara
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
Pacific*
Pacific*
Pacific*
at UC Santa Barbara
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
at San Diego State
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
Time
2 pm
11 am
1 pm
2 pm
11 am
1 pm
11 am
4:30 pm
5 pm
11 am
2 pm
2 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
2 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
1 pm
6 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
3 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
1 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Big West Baseball
Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Curtis
Alma Mater (Year): . . . . . . . . . . . . Fresno State (1999)
Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 (1st year)
Record at CSUN: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 (1st year)
Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Leary
Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shaun Larkin
Director of Baseball Operations: . . . Tom Hutchinson
Baseball Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (818) 677-7055
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19/12
Position Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10/5
Pitchers Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11/3
2010 Overall Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-27
2010 Conference Record: . . . . . . . . . 9-15, T7th place
Stadium Facts
2011 Schedule
% MBL Urban Youth Academy (Compton, Calif.)
DH Doubleheader
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
*Has utilized his redshirt year
17
Cal State Northridge
Head Coach Matt Curtis
1st Season • Fresno State (1999)
Big West Baseball
Career Record: 0-0
CSUN Record: 0-0
• Curtis begins his inaugural season as head coach for Matador
Baseball during the 2010-11
season. He comes to CSUN
from Fresno State, where he
served as assistant coach for
a program that has won five
consecutive Western Athletic Conference titles, made four
NCAA tournament appearances in the last five years, and
won the 2008 College World Series.
• During his ten seasons in Fresno, Curtis compiled a 362272-0 record. In addition to the National Championship in
2008, he helped coach the Bulldogs to five consecutive
WAC titles, four straight NCAA Regional appearances,
and playoff appearances in five of his ten seasons.
• A four-year letterwinner at Fresno State, Curtis started
155 games for former head coach Bob Bennett. Curtis
can be found on numerous program Top-ten lists including
games played (215), at-bats (761), hits (235), runs (144),
doubles (52), walks (116), and RBIs (127). Curtis ranks
fourth all-time with 52 career doubles, 22 of which were
earned in 1995 when he finished atop the WAC statistics
in that category.
• After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
in 1999, Curtis signed a professional contract with the
Anaheim Angels organization. During his five seasons of
professional baseball, he received the Ray Perry Award
and reached the Double-A level as a member of both the
Anaheim Angels and Cleveland Indians organizations.
2010 Results
Curtis’ Career
Coaching Record
Year School
First Season
W
L
T Pct.
0
0
0 .000
Cal State Northridge Coaching Records
Name
Seasons
Overall
Pct.
Phil Munroe
1959-61
34-38.471
Stan Charnofsky
1962-66
80-99-7.449
Bob Hiegert
1967-84
586-412-8.586
Terry Craven
1985-88
122-103-1.542
Bill Kernen
1989-1995
240-154-3.608
Mike Batesole
1996-2002
256-158-1.618
Steve Rousey
2003-10
169-278-1.378
Conf. CCAA
CCAA
CCAA
CCAA
CCAA
WAC
WAC
BWC
BWC
Record
Pct
5-13.278
36-47-2.435
245-158.608
64-55.538
37-21-1.627
39-38.506
21-9.700
28-14.667
48-129.271
Date
Opponent
Result
Feb. 19
vs. Bethune [email protected]
W, 18-4
Feb. 20
vs. [email protected]
L, 9-12
Feb. 21
at No. 20 UCLA
L, 5-14
Feb. 23
at No. 19 San Diego
W, 7-1
Feb. 26
Pepperdine
W, 3-2 (12)
Feb. 28
Pepperdine
W, 7-6
March 5
Connecticut
L, 3-7
March 6
Connecticut
L, 2-11
March 7
Connecticut
L, 7-9
March 8
Connecticut
W, 5-3
March 10 No. 13 East Carolina
W, 5-3
March 12 at Loyola Marymount
W, 12-5
March 13 at Loyola Marymount
W, 13-5
March 14 Loyola Marymount
L, 10-20
March 16 UNLV
W, 13-7
March 19 at Seattle
W, 5-4 (13)
March 20 at Seattle
W, 10-5 (7)
March 20 at Seattle
W, 6-4
March 21 at Seattle
W, 18-8
March 26 Sacramento State
L, 12-13
March 27 Sacramento State
W, 14-2
March 28 Sacramento State
W, 10-6
March 29 Albany
W, 10-2
April 1
UC Irvine*
L, 2-16
April 2
UC Irvine*
L, 3-5
April 3
UC Irvine*
L, 5-7
April 6
at Pepperdine
L, 2-3
April 6
at Pepperdine
L, 7-12
April 9
at Cal State Bakersfield
L, 3-6
April 10
Cal State Bakersfield
L, 0-5
April 11
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 3-2
April 13
San Diego State
W, 3-2
April 16
Cal Poly*
W, 10-9
April 17
Cal Poly*
W, 12-8
April 18
Cal Poly*
L, 3-5
April 23
at Pacific*
W, 8-1
April 24
at Pacific*
L, 1-4
April 25
at Pacific*
L, 4-12
April 30
UC Davis*
L, 7-9
May 1
UC Davis*
W, 11-1
May 2
UC Davis*
L, 0-16
May 7
at UC Santa Barbara*
W, 6-5 (14)
May 8
at UC Santa Barbara*
W, 11-4
May 9
at UC Santa Barbara*
L, 4-8
May 14
at UC Riverside*
L, 5-13
May 15
at UC Riverside*
L, 1-4
May 16
at UC Riverside*
L, 3-9
May 18
at UNLV
W, 11-8
May 21
Long Beach State*
W, 3-2 (11)
May 22
Long Beach State*
W, 11-2
May 23
Long Beach State*
W, 10-8
May 24
No. 15 San Diego
L, 8-14
May 25
UC Riverside
W, 10-8
May 28
at No. 6 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 0-6
May 29
at No. 6 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 0-6
May 30
at No. 6 Cal State Fullerton* L, 4-15
@ MLB Urban Invitational (Compton, Calif.)
DH Doubleheader
* Big West game
Home games in bold
18
22
Cal State Northridge
2010 Matador Statistics
Player
ERA
W-L
Ryan Pineda
0.00
0-0
Jimmy Jolicoeur
3.70
5-1
Bryan Longpre
4.54
2-1
Trevo Fredrickson 4.72
0-0
Justen Gorski
5.37
5-3
Ryan Juarez
5.52
3-7
Alex Muren
5.76
2-1
Billy Ott
5.91
2-2
Paul Tremlin
6.17
7-6
Shawn Wilyman
6.58
1-4
Jacob Petersen
7.11
1-0
Bennett Parry
9.00
0-1
Chris DeBoo
15.70
1-1
Billy Swanson
27.00
0-0
Totals
5.81 29-27
Opponents
5.56 27-29
Player
Dominic Piazza
Brad Decater
TS Reed
Ridge Carpenter
C.J. Belanger
Andrew Muren
Ryan Pineda
Dominic D’Anna
Justin DeMarco
Nate Ring
Alex Muren
Chris Allen
Jason Dabbs
Marty Bowen
Connor Rhoads
Billy Swanson
Kyle Attl
Totals
Opponents
Home: 17-13
Road: 11-13
Neutral: 1-1
AVGGP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
1.000
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1.000
0
0
0
0 1.000
0
0
0
0
.357
56
55
213
41
76 16
7
4
43 118
.554 22
7
32
2
.429
3
4
6
9
.338
56
55
213
41
72 17
0
8
47 113
.531 26
5
38
4
.414
5
1
2
2
.323
55
48
167
25
54 10
1
0
25
66
.395
8
8
16
3
.376
3
9
11
13
.319
32
26
91
20
29
4
0
4
23
45
.495 12
3
21
0
.407
2
0
2
4
.316
56
56
231
57
73 13
1
16
66 136
.589 18
10
50
1
.385
3
2 24
26
.306
44
28
111
23
34 13
0
2
16
53
.477 10
4
30
1
.378
2
0
4
6
.301
54
53
186
39
56 13
1
5
27
86
.462 29
5
22
5
.404
3
7
3
6
.298
53
49
198
37
59 10
2
2
31
79
.399 18
5
56
2
.371
0
1 20
24
.297
49
38
145
17
43
7
0
1
17
53
.366 13
1
13
1
.356
1
0
0
0
.290
52
51
207
47
60
9
2
3
21
82
.396 20
13
47
3
.388
0
3 13
16
.271
27
14
59
4
16
4
0
1
11
23
.390
4
3
6
3
.348
0
0
0
1
.244
20
8
41
4
10
4
1
1
6
19
.463
3
5
10
1
.360
1
0
0
0
.212
26
6
33
6
7
1
0
0
3
8
.242
4
3
10
1
.350
0
0
1
2
.178
28
7
45
5
8
1
0
1
4
12
.267
2
3
7
2
.260
0
0
1
1
.167
7
0
6
1
1
0
0
1
1
4
.667
0
0
1
0
.167
0
0
0
0
.115
19
3
26
5
3
0
1
0
2
5
.192
0
1
6
0
.148
0
0
0
0
.115
14
7
26
2
3
0
0
0
4
3
.115
1
1
5
1
.172
1
1
1
1
.000
12
0
5
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
1
1
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.302
56
56 2005 375 605 122 16
49 347 906
.452 190
77 371
31
.380
24 28 88 111
.306
56
56 2044 388 626 91 13
66 365 941
.460 194
53 319
27
.378
18 32 59
76
APP
1
29
25
14
21
18
9
20
19
19
16
2
12
1
56
56
GS
0
2
0
0
5
16
8
4
12
7
1
1
0
0
56
56
CG
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
4
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
Big West Games: 9-15
AVG
.342
.321
.305
.303
.295
.292
.287
.271
.235
.224
.167
.143
.125
.100
.000
.000
.000
.277
.324
Player
ERA
Ryan Pineda
0.00
Jimmy Jolicoeur
3.98
Justen Gorski
4.44
Billy Ott
4.95
Jacob Petersen
5.40
Trevo Fredrickson 6.00
Bryan Longpre
6.46
Pau Tremlin
6.55
Shawn Wilyman
7.11
Ryan Juarez
7.65
Alex Muren
11.57
Billy Swanson
27.00
Chris DeBoo
37.80
Totals
6.18
Opponents
4.26
GP
24
19
24
23
24
22
24
24
24
21
9
8
5
7
5
4
5
24
24
GS
21
15
24
20
24
21
24
24
24
11
4
0
1
2
1
0
0
24
24
AB
76
53
82
76
95
89
101
96
85
49
18
7
8
10
6
3
2
856
885
R
9
9
11
14
14
14
17
10
16
7
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
124
175
W-L
0-0
3-1
2-2
0-2
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-3
0-1
1-5
0-1
0-0
0-0
9-15
15-9
APP
1
13
8
8
4
1
11
8
7
8
4
1
2
24
24
GS
0
1
4
2
0
0
0
6
0
8
3
0
0
24
24
CG
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
3
2
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
SV
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
7
IP
0.1
56.0
37.2
13.1
57.0
89.2
25.0
64.0
70.0
53.1
19.0
2.0
14.1
0.1
502.0
500.0
H
0
50
56
19
72
114
27
81
80
68
23
3
30
3
626
605
Home: 6-6
H
26
17
25
23
28
26
29
26
20
11
3
1
1
1
0
0
0
237
287
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
2B
6
2
4
7
8
4
6
2
3
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
48
44
3B
0
0
0
2
5
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
6
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
HR
0
0
0
1
3
2
4
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
31
SV
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
6
R
0
29
30
7
37
72
19
44
56
49
15
3
26
1
388
375
ER
0
23
19
7
34
55
16
42
48
39
15
2
25
1
324
309
BB
2
21
12
5
17
28
21
24
27
23
4
4
5
1
194
190
Road: 2-10
RBI
8
9
14
11
23
8
18
11
8
6
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
118
163
IP
0.1
31.2
26.1
36.1
5.0
3.0
15.1
34.1
12.2
40.0
7.0
0.1
1.2
214.0
217.2
TB
32
19
29
37
55
38
47
37
28
18
5
1
1
1
0
0
0
348
436
H
0
28
30
51
4
4
25
39
19
68
10
3
6
287
237
SLG%
.421
.358
.354
.487
.579
.427
.465
.385
.329
.367
.278
.143
.125
.100
.000
.000
.000
.407
.493
R
0
19
15
22
3
2
13
31
11
42
9
1
7
175
124
ER
0
14
13
20
3
2
11
25
10
34
9
1
7
147
103
SO
0
39
27
6
31
57
16
45
52
31
13
0
2
0
319
371
HR
0
9
1
4
6
12
1
8
12
6
6
0
1
0
66
49
AB
1
210
160
57
233
378
100
257
277
212
77
7
71
4
2044
2005
B/Avg
.000
.238
.350
.333
.309
.302
.270
.315
.289
.321
.299
.429
.423
.750
.306
.302
WP
1
5
2
4
3
10
0
4
3
10
2
0
0
0
44
59
HBP
0
10
9
3
4
5
1
6
5
7
1
0
2
0
53
77
BK
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
3
0
1
0
0
0
8
14
Neutral: 0-0
BB
7
8
2
2
7
4
4
8
12
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
60
89
BB
2
13
10
8
1
1
5
18
7
12
10
1
1
89
60
HBP
1
0
3
2
3
4
2
0
4
3
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
25
21
SO
0
19
12
19
1
0
11
22
6
20
3
0
0
113
179
SO
9
14
7
22
15
22
25
21
11
19
5
2
3
2
0
1
1
179
113
HR
0
6
2
6
1
0
0
6
2
8
0
0
0
31
15
GDP
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
0
0
0
12
8
AB
1
114
106
150
19
13
67
135
51
184
30
4
11
885
856
OB%
.405
.403
.337
.338
.355
.351
.324
.321
.356
.309
.304
.250
.125
.100
.143
.000
.000
.339
.396
B/Avg
.000
.246
.283
.340
.211
.308
.373
.289
.373
.370
.333
.750
.545
.324
.277
SF SH
0
0
1
0
2
4
0
0
2
1
0
2
1
1
2
1
0
3
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9 12
7 20
WP
1
3
1
1
0
0
0
1
2
6
0
0
0
15
20
SB ATT
0
0
1
3
7
8
4
4
3
3
4
4
6
7
1
1
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
29
33
29
35
HBP
0
7
1
2
0
1
5
2
2
1
0
0
0
21
25
BK
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
4
5
Big West Baseball
Player
Patrick Castillo
C.J. Belanger
Dominic D’Anna
TS Reed
Brad Decater
Ryan Pineda
Nate Ring
Justin DeMarco
Ridge Carpenter
Dominic Piazza
Andrew Muren
Marty Bowen
Alex Muren
Chris Allen
Jason Dabbs
Tommy Simis
Billy Swanson
Connor Rhoads
Kyle Attl
Todd Eskelin
Totals
Opponents
All Games: 29-27
19
Big West Baseball
Long Beach State
20
School Information
Media Relations
Location:.........................................Long Beach, Calif.
Enrollment:........................................................ 35,559
Founded:.............................................................. 1949
Colors:..................................................Black and Gold
Nickname:........................................................... 49ers
President:....................................Dr. F. King Alexander
Athletics Director:...................................... Vic Cegles
SWA:.......................................................Cindy Masner
Asst. AD/Media Relations:.........................Todd Miles
Baseball SID:............................................... Roger Kirk
Phone:..................................................(562) 985-4661
Fax:.......................................................(562) 985-1549
Email Address:.................................. [email protected]
Website Address:............... www.longbeachstate.com
Team Information
Stadium:....................................................... Blair Field
Capacity:............................................................. 3,000
Dimensions:........................... 348, 387, 400, 387, 348
Date Opened:......................................... April 11, 1958
Press Box Phone:................................(562) 433-8605
Top Attendance:...................................3,342 (2/21/09)
.........................................................................vs. USC
All-time Record at Stadium.........................365-182-2
Head Coach:.............................................Troy Buckley
Alma Mater (Year):.........................Santa Clara (1990)
Career Record:........................................0-0 (1st year)
Record at LBSU:.....................................0-0 (1st year)
Assistant Coach:...................................Jesse Zepeda
Assistant Coach:...................................Shawn Gilbert
Volunteer Assistant Coach:..................Scott Lemone
Director of Baseball Operations:........Justin Ramsey
Baseball Office:...................................(562) 985-7548
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......................... 12/23
Position Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 3/7
Pitchers Returning/Lost:........................................ 6/8
2010 Overall Record:..........................................23-32
2010 Big West Record:........................ 7-17, 9th place
Stadium Facts
49er Roster
No.
1
2
3
4
7
8
9
10
12
14
15
16
19
20
22
23
24
27
29
30
31
32
33
35
36
37
38
40
41
42
44
45
46
47
49
Player
Matt Hibbert
Kirk Singer
Kellen Hoime
Ino Patron
Brent Tani
Mike Marjama
Juan Avila
Matt Duffy
Brennan Metzger
Erik Lewis
Ryan Strufing
Matt Johnson
Josh Frye
Nate Underwood
Branden Pinder
Michael Hill
Andrew Gagnon
Jeff Yamaguchi
Austin Boyle
Troy Watson
Matt Balliet
Jake Stassi
Eddie Magallon
Johnny Bekakis
Shawn Stuart
Kyle Friedrichs
Jason Deitrich
Jeff McNeil
Derek Sesma
Royce Murai
Jonathan Kim
Juan Favela
Jon Maciel
Brennan Fulkerson
Ryan Donohue
Pos.
OF
INF
C
INF/OF
INF
UTL
OF
INF
OF
INF
LHP
RHP
RHP
RHP
RHP
INF
RHP
INF
RHP
RHP
C
LHP/OF
RHP
INF
RHP
RHP
RHP
INF?OF
LHP
RHP
OF
C
RHP
INF/OF
LHP
B/T
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
L/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
L/L
Ht.
5-10
6-2
5-11
5-11
5-9
6-3
6-1
6-2
5-11
6-0
6-2
6-3
6-7
6-3
6-3
6-2
6-4
6-1
6-2
6-0
5-11
6-0
5-11
6-0
6-3
6-1
6-6
6-1
5-11
6-1
6-0
6-3
6-2
6-1
6-4
Wt.
180
165
190
200
170
210
185
170
175
195
180
185
190
200
215
190
195
185
195
185
180
200
185
165
210
185
185
150
160
190
190
245
200
205
220
Cl.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Hometown (Previous School)
Chandler, Ariz. (LA Harbor CC)
Seal Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos HS)
Sacramento, Calif. (Sacramento City CC)
Livermore, Calif. (Granada HS)
Long Beach, Calif. (Golden West CC)
Granite Bay, Calif. (Sacramento City CC)
Lomita, Calif. (Narbonne HS)
Long Beach, Calif. (Lakewood HS)
San Marcos, Calif. (Mission Hills HS)
Upland, Calif. (Damien HS)
Niwot, Colo. (Niwot HS)
Lakewood, Calif. (Long Beach City CC)
Long Beach, Calif. (Millikan HS)
San Jose, Calif. (Valley Christian HS)
Torrence, Calif. (Santa Ana CC)
Orange, Calif. (La Quinta HS)
Brentwood, Calif. (Liberty HS)
Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood HS)
Orange, Calif. (El Modena HS)
Elk Grove, Calif. (Sacramento City CC)
Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mission Viejo HS)
Yuba City, Calif. (Yuba City HS)
Paramount, Calif. (Paramount HS)
Concord, Calif. (Clayton Valley HS)
Turlock, Calif. (Merced CC)
San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS)
Garden Grove, Calif. (Pacifica HS)
Nipomo, Calif. (Nipomo HS)
Northridge, Calif. (LA Baptist HS)
Pearl City, Hawaii (Pearl City HS)
Torrance, Calif. (LA Harbor CC)
Cudahy, Calif. (LA Harbor CC)
Yorba Linda, Calif. (Esperanza HS)
Yorba Linda, Calif. (El Dorado HS)
Huntington Beach, Calif. (Marina HS)
2011 Schedule
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 22
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 1
Match 4
March 5
March 6
March 7
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 15
March 18
March 19
March 20
March 22
March 25
March 26
March 27
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 5
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 26
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 3
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 10
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 17
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
Cal State Fullerton
at Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Loyola Marymount
Arizona
Arizona
Arizona
USC
Oregon
Oregon
Oregon
Hawaii
[email protected]
San [email protected]
[email protected]
at Pepperdine
Oregon State
Oregon State
Oregon State
at Loyola Marymount
at Stanford
at Stanford
at Stanford
at Pacific*
at Pacific*
at Pacific*
San Diego State
UC Davis*
UC Davis*
UC Davis*
at UCLA
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at USC
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
at San Diego State
at Arizona State
at Arizona State
at Arizona State
UCLA
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
Pepperdine
Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Northridge*
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine*
Time
6:30 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
11 am
3 pm
4 pm
3 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
3 pm
6 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
1 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
1 pm
@ AT&T Tournament (San Francisco, Calif.)
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
Long Beach State
Head Coach Troy Buckley
1st Season • Santa Clara (1990)
Career Record: 0-0
LBSU Record: 0-0
Buckley’s Career
Coaching Record
Year School
First Season
W
L
T Pct.
0
0
0
0
Long Beach State Coaching Records
Name
Seasons
Overall
Pct.
John McConnell
1954-59
86-65.570
Dick Clegg
1960-63
52-79-1.397
Bob Wuesthoff
1964-69
161-101-1.615
John Gonsalves
1970-88
462-634-16.422
Dave Snow
1989-01
511-290-4.637
Mike Weathers
2002-10
311-213.594
Conf. CCAA
CCAA
CCAA
PCAA
SCBA
BWC
BWC
BWC
Record
Pct
17-28.378
25-38.397
64-43.598
59-77.434
88-123.417
22-71.237
218-90.708
122-79.607
Date
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 21
Feb. 23
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 2
March 5
March 6
March 7
March 9
March 12
March 13
March 14
March 16
March 19
March 20
March 21
March 24
March 26
March 27
March 27
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 9
April 10
April 10
April 13
April 16
April 17
April 18
April 20
April 23
April 24
April 25
April 27
April 30
May 1
May 2
May 5
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 12
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 21
May 22
May 23
May 25
May 28
May 29
May 30
Opponent
Result
Pepperdine
W, 2-1
Oregon
L, 2-6
at No. 3 Cal State Fullerton
L, 1-8
No. 17 UCLA
L, 1-10
at Arizona
W, 8-7
at Arizona
W, 10-3
USC
L, 5-10
Washington
L, 9-11
Washington
W, 3-1
Washington
L, 4-6
San Diego State
W, 4-3
No. 21 Wichita State
L, 0-8
No. 21 Wichita State
W, 7-4
No. 21 Wichita State
W, 7-3
at Loyola Marymount
L, 4-6
at UNLV
W, 17-8
at UNLV
W, 10-1
at UNLV
L, 1-2
Hawaii
L, 2-8
at No. 9 Oregon State
L, 4-16
at No. 9 Oregon State
W, 7-1
at No. 9 Oregon State
W, 8-4
Pacific*
L, 1-2
Pacific*
W, 13-4
Pacific*
W, 8-2
at UC Davis*
L, 2-3
at UC Davis*
L, 8-10
at UC Davis*
W, 11-0
Loyola Marymount
L, 5-6
at UC Riverside*
L, 7-8
at UC Riverside*
W, 8-5
at UC Riverside*
L, 5-7
at No. 5 UCLA
W, 16-4
UC Santa Barbara*
W, 12-1
UC Santa Barbara*
W, 8-4
UC Santa Barbara*
L, 1-4
at San Diego State
W, 11-8 (10)
at Cal Poly*
W, 12-8
at Cal Poly*
L, 4-8
at Cal Poly*
L, 15-16 (11)
at Pepperdine
L, 0-4
No. 30 Stanford
L, 2-3
No. 30 Stanford
L, 3-4 (10)
No. 30 Stanford
W, 10-5
at USC
W, 9-1
No. 9 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 2-12
No. 9 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 0-8
No. 9 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 4-6
at Cal State Northridge*
L, 2-3 (11)
at Cal State Northridge*
L, 2-11
at Cal State Northridge*
L, 8-10
Pepperdine
W, 9-8
No. 21 UC Irvine*
L, 0-6
No. 21 UC Irvine*
L, 1-6
No. 21 UC Irvine*
L, 2-4
Big West Baseball
• On June 1, 2010, Troy Buckley was introduced as the
seventh head coach of the
Long Beach State baseball
program. Buckley assumes
the helm of the 49ers after
spending one season as the
team’s associate head coach.
• Buckley made his return as the team’s pitching coach for
the 2010 season after spending two years as the minor
league pitching coordinator with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Before heading to the Pirates organization, Buckley,
whosefirst stint with LBSU began in 2001, coached five
Big West Pitcher of the Year recipients, and in 2004 Jered
Weaver was named the national player of the year after
posting a 15-1 record with 213 strikeouts and a 1.62 ERA.
• After one season in his first stint at Long Beach State,
the 49ers never ranked lower than 28th nationally in team
ERA, and ranked in the top five nationally three times.
• Buckley previously served three years at his alma
mater, Santa Clara, as an assistant coach. From 1998 to
2000, Buckley was the Broncos’ hitting coach, pitching
consultant and recruiting coordinator.
• Buckley was a ninth-round draft pick of the Minnesota
Twins in 1989. He spent three years in the Twins organization, including the 1991 season with AAA Portland. In
1993 and 1994, Buckley was a member of the Reds’ AA
Chattanooga team before moving to the Expos AA affiliate
in Harrisburg in 1995.
2010 Results
* Big West game
Home games in bold
21
Long Beach State
2010 49er Statistics
Big West Baseball
22
Player
Devin Lohman
Steve Tinoco
TJ Mittelstaedt
Joey Terdoslavich
Jonathan Jones
Kirk Singer
Brennan Metzger
Tre Dennis
Jordan Casas
Jacob Lollar
Matt Duffy
Kellen Hoime
Juan Avila
Derek Legg
Joel Thys
Matt Hibbert Totals
Opponents
Player
Jason Markovitz
Andrew Gagnon
Cris Trout
David Brown
Nate Underwood
Eddie Magallon
Branden Pinder
Jake Thompson
Ryan Donohue
Kenny Arnerich
Troy Watson
Tommy Nance
Josh Corrales
Totals
Opponents
All Games: 23-32
Home: 11-18
Road: 12-14
Neutral: 0-0
AVGGP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
.404 40
39 151 31 61 17 1 1 24
83 .550 18 3 26 2 .471
2 2 7 15
.348 55
54 210 30 73 11 1 1 45
89 .424 17 4 21
3 .402
3 3
2
3
.332 51
48 187 28 62 14 5 1
29 89
.476 22 2 27 5 .406
1 2 8 12
.326 55
54 224 34 73 12 2 7 46 110
.491 19 2 36 7 .379 3 0 3
9
.318 49
46 179 34 57 16 2 3 29
86 .480 16
5 29 1 .386 2 10 6
9
.315 43
37 146 30 46 9 1
5 21 72
.493 17 3 27 2 .395 1 2 5 11
.308 53
52 201 36 62 19 2 2 22 91
.453 15 20 33 0 .409 1 3 9 11
.271 31
11 48 9 13 3 0 1
11 19
.396 4 0 8
1 .321 1 1 2
3
.264 43
37 144 24 38 4 2 4 20 58
.403 9 3 16 4 .316
2 10 4
7
.250 4
1 4
1 1 1 0 0
1 2
.500 0
0
2 0 .250 0
0 0
0
.244 30
20 86 8 21
4 0 0 7 25 .291
1
1 15 5 .261 0
6
2
3
.234 47
41 128 22 30 5 0 1 14 38 .297 11 2 39 1 .305 0 7 7
8
.231 26
12 52 10 12 3 0 0 3 15 .288 1 4 13 1 .298 0 1
1
1
.228 36
27 101 13 23 3 0 0 9
26 .257 8 2 19 2 .292
2 8 1
2
.155 27
14 58 6 9 4 0 0 9 13
.224 3
1
7
3 .210 0 1
0
1
.077 8
2 13 1 1 0 0 0 0
1 .077 0 0 5 0 .077 0 0 0
0
.301 55
55 1932 317 582 125 16 26 290 817
.423 161 52 323
37 .368 18 56 57 95
.283 55
55 1896 318 537 97 18 34 286 772 .407 158
68 322 45 .355 28 46 44 68
ERA
2.93
3.28
3.47
3.91
4.11
4.79
4.85
5.16
5.40
5.62
8.83
9.00
11.57
4.67
4.96
W-L
2-2
5-7
2-0
2-2
2-1
1-2
4-7
5-4
0-1
0-4
0-2
0-0
0-0
23-32
32-23
APP
25
15
24
24
13
14
17
14
12
22
12
7
8
55
55
GS
0
15
0
0
4
5
15
14
0
1
1
0
0
55
55
CG
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
4
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
Big West Games: 7-17
Player
Devin Lohman
TJ Mittelstaedt
Steve Tinoco
Joey Terdoslavich
Jonathan Jones
Jacob Lollar
Brennan Metzger
Kirk Singer
Tre Dennis
Kellen Hoime
Matt Duffy
Jordan Casas
Derek Legg
Juan Avila
Joel Thys
Matt Hibbert
Totals
Opponents
AVG GP GS
.429
16
16
.386
23
22
.356
24
23
.354
24
24
.346
21
20
.333
1
1
.315
23
22
.299
22
20
.294
14
4
.273
19
17
.271
14
11
.250
17
14
.226
14
7
.200
11
6
.167
14
7
.100
4
2
.317
24
24
.309
24
24
Player
Andrew Gagnon
Jason Markovitz
Kenny Arnerich
Troy Watson
Tommy Nance
Branden Pinder
Nate Underwood
Cris Trout
David Brown
Eddie Magallon
Jake Thompson
Ryan Donohue
Josh Corrales
Totals
Opponents
ERA
3.40
3.48
3.65
4.50
4.50
4.93
5.11
5.40
5.87
6.53
6.91
9.00
99.00
5.17
5.04
W-L
2-3
1-1
0-3
0-0
0-0
1-4
0-0
1-0
0-1
0-1
2-4
0-0
0-0
7-17
17-7
APP
8
10
11
3
2
8
6
7
7
6
7
2
1
24
24
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
SV
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
13
IP
27.2
93.1
23.1
25.1
35.0
47.0
85.1
90.2
5.0
24.0
17.1
8.0
7.0
489.0
490.0
H
22
87
18
24
31
54
106
102
7
36
27
12
11
537
582
Home: 4-8
R
10
50
11
14
18
35
54
59
7
20
22
8
10
318
317
ER
9
34
9
11
16
25
46
52
3
15
17
8
9
254
270
BB
15
27
8
15
7
9
22
23
5
8
9
2
8
158
161
Road: 3-6
SO
34
65
21
14
7
29
45
73
7
14
5
6
2
322
323
HR
1
6
1
0
2
7
9
3
0
0
2
2
1
34
125
AB
100
366
86
95
122
184
331
352
23
101
74
33
29
1896
1932
B/Avg
.220
.238
.209
.253
.254
.293
.320
.290
.304
.356
.365
.364
.379
.283
.301
WP
2
5
1
3
4
1
2
12
3
2
2
2
2
41
56
HBP
2
12
3
3
3
7
18
14
1
2
1
1
1
68
52
BK
1
0
0
3
1
5
1
0
2
1
0
0
0
14
13
Neutral: 0-3
AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
70
18
30
8
0
1
9
41
.586
5
1
9
2
.468
1
1
2
5
83
9
32
9
1
0
15
43
.518
9
1
11
3
.452
0
1
3
5
90
12
32
7
0
1
23
42
.467
7
2
10
1
.414
0
2
1
1
99
20
35
6
1
3
18
52
.525
9
0
13
1
.396
3
0
1
4
81
15
28
8
2
1
16
43
.531
4
2
15
1
.386
1
6
0
1
3
1
1
1
0
0
1
2
.667
0
0
2
0
.333
0
0
0
0
89
13
28
10
0
1
10
41
.461
7
5
12
0
.392
1
1
6
6
77
13
23
6
0
2
10
35
.455
7
2
13
2
.368
1
2
2
5
17
3
5
1
0
0
5
6
.353
1
0
4
0
.316
1
0
1
1
55
7
15
5
0
0
5
20
.364
2
1
13
1
.310
0
4
2
2
48
5
13
2
0
0
4
15
.313
1
1
8
3
.300
0
3
1
2
56
10
14
2
1
1
8
21
.375
3
1
5
2
.295
1
1
1
1
31
2
7
0
0
0
0
7
.226
2
0
7
0
.273
0
1
0
0
25
5
5
1
0
0
1
6
.240
0
3
6
0
.286
0
1
1
1
30
3
5
2
0
0
5
7
.233
1
1
2
2
.219
0
1
0
0
10
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
.100
0
0
3
0
.100
0
0
0
0
864 136 274
68
5
10 130 382
.442 58
20 133
18
.370
9 24 21
34
838 148 259
45
8
15 133 365
.436 62
32 127
26
.373
15 22 27
36
GS
8
0
1
0
0
7
0
0
0
1
7
0
0
24
24
CG
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
IP
50.1
10.1
12.1
4.0
2.0
42.0
12.1
6.2
7.2
20.2
43.0
1.0
0.0
212.1
216.0
H
46
8
17
5
2
51
15
7
11
34
60
2
1
259
274
R
27
4
7
2
1
25
9
4
7
20
38
1
3
148
136
ER
19
4
5
2
1
23
7
4
5
15
33
1
3
122
121
BB
17
5
3
2
2
9
2
2
7
3
8
0
2
62
58
SO
31
10
8
1
1
19
2
8
3
10
32
2
0
127
133
HR
5
0
0
0
0
4
1
0
0
4
1
0
0
15
10
AB
196
37
52
15
7
158
45
25
32
89
176
5
1
838
864
B/Avg
.235
.216
.327
.333
.286
.323
.333
.280
.344
.382
.341
.400
1.000
.309
.317
WP
3
0
2
0
1
1
3
0
0
1
7
0
0
18
17
HBP
5
0
0
0
0
9
3
1
2
5
7
0
0
32
20
BK
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
2
1
0
1
0
7
5
28
UC Davis
Quick Facts
Media Relations
Location:...................................................Davis, Calif.
Enrollment:........................................................ 32,153
Founded:.............................................................. 1908
Colors:............................................... Yale Blue & Gold
Nickname:......................................................... Aggies
Chancellor:..........................................Dr. Linda Katehi
Athletics Director:.............................. Greg Warzecka
SWA:................................................. Nona Richardson
Asst. AD/Media Relations:...................... Mike Robles
Baseball SID:................................Amanda Piechowski
Phone:..................................................(530) 752-2663
Fax:.......................................................(530) 754-5674
Email Address:[email protected]
Website Address:.................www.ucdavisaggies.com
Team Facts
Stadium:..James M. & Ann Dobbins Baseball Stadium
Capacity:............................................................. 3,500
Dimensions:........................... 310, 385, 410, 385, 310
Date Opened:..................................February 18, 1996
Press Box Phone:................................(530) 752-3673
Top Attendance:...................................1,503 (4/22/06)
....................................................vs. Long Beach State
All-time Record at Stadium........................383 -247-3
Aggie Roster
No.
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
41
42
43
48
49
-
Player
Alex Dreyfuss
Justin Andrade
Dayne Quist
Scott Heylman
Seth Batty
Brett Morgan
Tom Briner
Daniel Cepin
Matt Nichol
Alex Lipson
Craig Lanza
Scott Chew
Spencer Brann
Eric Johnson
David Popkins
Ryan Allgrove
Scotty Walker
Paul Politi
Drew Lassen
Nathan Slater
Scott Lyman
Anthony Kupbens
Corbin Cutshaw
Harry Stanwyck
CJ Blom
Karl Kobler
Kevin Grove
Joe Biagini
Evan Wolf
Adam Young
Scott Kalush
Nick Altman
Ryan Lucas
Raul Jacobson
Zac Zlatic
Pos.
C
IF
LHP
IF
OF
OF
RHP
OF
RHP
IF
RHP
LHP
C
IF/C
RHP/OF
IF
LHP
IF
OF
LHP
OF/P
LHP
OF
RHP
P/1B
OF
OF
RHP
P/1B
IF
C
RHP
P/1B
RHP
IF
B/T
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
S/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
L/L
L/R
R/R
S/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
L/L
L/L
R/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
Ht.
5-11
5-9
5-10
5-11
6-0
6-0
6-2
6-1
6-0
5-10
6-0
5-9
6-3
6-5
6-3
5-8
6-1
6-0
5-11
6-6
6-4
6-3
5-10
6-6
6-4
6-2
6-2
6-4
6-4
5-11
6-1
5-9
5-9
6-0
6-0
Wt.
195
160
180
185
175
210
195
195
170
150
180
180
220
220
215
165
200
195
195
205
215
205
190
210
230
210
205
215
235
165
205
185
185
195
170
Cl.
Hometown (Previous School)
Sr.
Mountain View, Calif. (Saint Francis HS)
Sr.
Hollister, Calif. (Hartnell College)
Jr.
Santa Cruz, Calif. (Santa Cruz HS)
Sr.
San Diego, Calif. (Point Loma HS)
So.
Fresno, Calif. (Buchanan HS)
Sr.
Tracy, Calif. (San Joaquin Delta College)
Sr.
Redding, Calif. (Foothill HS)
Sr.
Coronado, Calif. (Coronado HS)
Fr.
Burlingame, Calif. (Serra HS)
Fr.
El Cerrito, Calif. (El Cerrito HS)
Fr.
Danville, Calif. (Monte Vista HS)
Sr.
Milpitas, Calif. (Milpitas HS)
Fr.
Hollister, Calif. (Lake Norman HS)
Jr.
Los Altos, Calif. (Bellarmine Prep)
Jr.
San Diego, Calif. (Saint Augustine HS)
Jr.
San Carlos, Calif. (College of San Mateo)
Jr.
Rocklin, Calif. (Del Oro HS)
So.
Los Gatos, Calif. (Los Gatos HS)
RS Fr.
Concord, Calif. (Clayton Valley HS)
Jr.
Fresno, Calif. (Fresno HS)
Jr.
Alamo, Calif. (Monte Vista HS)
Jr.
San Jose, Calif. (Valley Christian HS)
Jr.
Carlsbad, Calif. (Santa Fe Christian HS)
Fr.
Castro Valley, Calif. (Castro Valley HS)
So.
Napa, Calif. (Napa HS)
RS Fr. Sebastopol, Calif. (Cardinal Newman HS)
So.
Gilroy, Calif. (Gilroy HS)
So.
Santa Clara, Calif. (College of San Mateo)
RS Fr.
Clovis, Calif. (Clovis HS)
Fr.
West Covina, Calif. (Damian HS)
Jr.
San Mateo, Calif. (Aragon HS)
Fr.
Benicia, Calif. (Benicia HS)
Jr.
Danville, Calif. (Chabot College)
Fr.
Orinda, Calif. (Miramonte HS)
Fr.
San Diego, Calif. (La Jolla HS)
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 22
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 1
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 8
March 10
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 21
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 30
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 4
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 19
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 4
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 10
May 11
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 17
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 24
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
Sacramento State
at Sacramento State
Sacramento State
at San Jose State
at San Francisco
San Francisco
at San Francisco
at Sacramento State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Nevada
vs. Utah$
vs. Milwaukee$
at San Jose State$
at Santa Clara$
Stanford
at San Jose State
San Jose State
at San Jose State
at Santa Clara
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
at Nevada
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
Saint Mary’s
Cal State Bakersfield
Cal State Bakersfield
Cal State Bakersfield
at California
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine*
at UC Irvine*
Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Northridge*
Cal State Northridge*
San Jose State
at Pacific*
at Pacific*
at Pacific*
at Stanford
Santa Clara
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
California
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
at Saint Mary’s
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
UC Riverside*
Time
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
2 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
2 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
5:30 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Big West Baseball
Head Coach:............................................... Rex Peters
Alma Mater (Year):..............Cal State Fullerton (1989)
Career Record:.......................464-360-2 (17 seasons)
Record at UCD:........................216-229-1 (8 seasons)
Assistant Coach:..................................... Matt Vaughn
Assistant Coach:...................................Tony Schifano
Assistant Coach:.............................. Jason Armstrong
Baseball Office:...................................(530) 752-7513
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............................ 18/8
Position Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7/2
Pitchers Returning/Lost:........................................ 8/5
2010 Overall Record:..........................................26-29
2010 Big West Record:........................ 9-15, 8th place
Stadium Facts
2011 Schedule
$ Jack Gifford Memorial Tournament
(San Jose/Santa Clara, Calif.)
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
*Has utilized his redshirt year
23
UC Davis
Head Coach Rex Peters
9th Season • Cal State Fullerton (1989)
Career Record: 464-360-3
UCD Record: 216-229-1
Big West Baseball
• Head coach Rex Peters
enters his ninth season at
the helm of the UC Davis
baseball program and had the
distinguished honor of guiding
the Aggies through their first
season as a full-fledged Division I program in 2008.
• Under the tutelage of Peters, UC Davis had an impressive showing in its first season in Division I. The Aggies
posted an overall mark of 35-24, a conference mark of
13-11 to finish sixth in the conference and received an
at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament.
• In 2003, he guided the Aggies to a 36-24 season and
their first NCAA Div. II postseason berth since 1995. UC
Davis swept through the West Region tournament - highlighted by back-to-back shutout victories - and advanced
to the national tournament for only the second time in
school history.
• Peters arrived at the UC Davis program after spending
the previous nine seasons as head coach at Chapman
University, where he compiled a 248-131-2 overall record.
He led the Panthers to three appearances in the NCAA
Division III College World Series.
• Peters graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 1989 with
his bachelor’s in physical education. He was an honorable
mention All-American for the Titans, helping them to a third
place finish at the 1988 NCAA Division I College World
Series. He earned his master’s degree in education, with
an emphasis in physical education, from Azusa Pacific
University in 1994.
2010 Results
Peters’ Career
Coaching Record
Year School
1994 Chapman
1995 Chapman
1996 Chapman
1997 Chapman
1998 Chapman
1999 Chapman
2000 Chapman
2001 Chapman
2002 Chapman
2003 UC Davis
2004 UC Davis
2005 UC Davis
2006 UC Davis
2007 UC Davis
2008 UC Davis
2009 UC Davis
2010 UC Davis
17 year total
W
L T Pct.
10 25 1 .292
16 20 0 .444
24 17 0 .585
31 16 0 .660
29 13 0 .690
39
5
0 .886
33 12 1 .728
37 11 0 .771
29 12 0 .707
36 24 0 .600
37 15 1 .708
27 29 0 .482
18 34 0 .346
24 32 0 .429
35 24 0 .607
13 42 0 .236
26 29 0 .473
464 360 3 .563
UC Davis Coaching Records
Name
Seasons
Overall Pct.
Vern Hickey
1938-42, 1946-58
49-87-1.361
Carl Boyer
1949-52
27-62.303
Will Lotter
1953-58
45-98.315
George Stromgren
1960
7-12.368
Jim Sells
1960
3-16.158
Bill Lakie
1961-65
42-80.344
Fred Zimmerman
1977
22-26.458
Phil Swimley
1966-76, 1978-2002
902-832-15.520
Rex Peters
2003-Present
216-229-1.485
Conf. FWC
FWC
FWC
FWC
FWC
FWC
FWC
FWC
NCAC
CCAA
CCAA
BWC
Record
Pct.
6-9.400
18-18.500
11-45.196
1-7.125
1-9.100
19-32.373
9-9.500
165-134-1.550
336-210-1.631
85-70.548
56-21-1.724
27-45.375
Date
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 20
Feb. 24
Feb. 25
Feb. 25
Feb. 27
March 1
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 7
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 14
March 23
March 26
March 27
March 28
March 30
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 9
April 10
April 10
April 13
April 14
April 16
April 17
April 18
April 23
April 24
April 25
April 28
April 30
May 1
May 2
May 5
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 11
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 18
May 19
May 21
May 22
May 23
May 28
May 29
May 30
Opponent
Utah
Utah
Utah
at California
BYU
BYU
BYU
Nevada
No. 24 Stanford
at Sacramento State
Sacramento State
at Sacramento State
vs. Air Force$
vs. Southern Illinois$
vs. Santa Clara$
at San Jose State$
at San Jose State
at Fresno State
at Fresno State
at Fresno State
Saint Mary’s
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
San Francisco
San Jose State
at Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
No. 20 California
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Santa Clara
Pacific*
Pacific*
Pacific*
at Saint Mary’s
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
at Nevada
Santa Clara
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
Result
W, 4-1
L, 1-7
W, 6-1
W, 8-0
W, 3-0
L, 2-10
L, 4-8
L, 3-5
L, 6-10
W, 11-3
W, 13-2
L, 6-7
W, 14-5
W, 5-3
W, 8-7
L, 4-7
W, 8-3
L, 2-9
L, 6-7
W, 7-2
W, 5-4
L, 4-20
L, 7-23
L, 2-3
W, 3-2
W, 10-8
L, 0-11
L, 5-18
W, 2-1
W, 12-11
L, 4-12
L, 8-19
L, 1-8
L, 0-13
L, 4-10
W, 6-5
W, 9-7
L, 1-11
W, 16-0
L, 6-8
L, 1-12
L, 5-7
L, 7-11
W, 8-5
L, 4-6 (12)
L, 4-5
W, 8-2
L, 6-8
W, 11-6
W, 6-5
W, 11-6
W, 9-8 (10)
L, 8-12
L, 7-26
W, 13-1
$ Jack Gifford Tournament
* Big West game
Home games in bold
24
30
UC Davis
2010 Aggie Statistics
Player
Tom Briner
Matt Derr
Matthew Lewis
Dayne Quist
Nathan Slater
Scott Lyman
David Popkins
Anthony Kupbens
Scott Chew
Scott Heinig
Sean Watson
CJ Blom
Tim Busbin
Totals
Opponents
Home: 11-15
Road: 13-14
Neutral: 2-0
AVGGP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
.388
51
50
188
40
73
15
3
5
43 109
.580
19
12
24
2
.473
1
1
2
4
.356
51
51
202
39
72
19
0
5
40 106
.525
7
4
24
6
.388
1
2
1
3
.343
54
53
201
30
69
10
1
1
39
84
.418
8
17
21
6
.412
2
1
4
6
.317
49
49
199
43
63
13
2
2
24
86
.432
18
9
20
5
.391
4
1
4
5
.296
55
54
189
38
56
10
1
1
25
71
.376
23
8
29
2
.385
6 10
2
4
.294
16
7
34
3
10
2
0
0
3
12
.353
1
1
4
0
.333
0
0
0
0
.292
55
55
212
29
62
15
0
3
35
86
.406
13
6
24
2
.343
5
2
1
3
.292
47
35
130
29
38
2
0
0
23
40
.308
19
2
16
1
.376
6
8 12
14
.275
53
51
200
30
55
11
1
7
27
89
.445
10
4
52
4
.322
0
2
6
11
.273
9
1
11
0
3
0
0
0
1
3
.273
1
0
2
0
.333
0
0
0
0
.270
48
46
148
18
40
4
0
0
23
44
.297
12
1
20
7
.327
1
5
0
2
.267
20
7
30
7
8
1
0
0
3
9
.300
7
1
2
1
.421
0
2
2
4
.259
40
28
116
18
30
1
0
0
12
31
.267
8
3
18
0
.320
1
4
6
11
.194
22
4
31
5
6
0
0
0
2
6
.194
5
0
8
1
.306
0
0
0
0
.094
16
5
32
4
3
0
0
0
2
3
.094
2
2
12
0
.194
0
0
0
0
.083
10
1
12
1
1
0
0
0
2
1
.083
0
2
3
1
.214
0
0
0
0
.000
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.304
55
55 1935 334 589 103
8
24 304 780
.403 153
72 279
38
.372 27 38 40
67
.308
55
55 1951 411 601 133 20
30 375 864
.443 246
66 342
31
.400 21 37 90 119
ERA
2.45
3.86
4.33
5.57
6.11
6.50
6.67
6.98
7.46
7.62
7.67
7.67
25.71
6.68
5.17
W-L APP
0-0
4
0-0
7
2-0
25
7-4
15
2-4
18
5-6
14
3-2
16
3-3
7
0-1
13
2-1
20
1-5
17
1-3
14
0-0
8
26-29
55
29-26
55
GS
0
0
0
14
7
14
2
7
0
0
8
3
0
55
55
CG
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
4
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
2
Big West Games: 9-15
Player
David Popkins
Scott Lyman
Eric Johnson
CJ Blom
Seth Batty
Scott Heylman
Justin Schafer
Paul Politi
Daniel Cepin
Kyle Mihaylo
Justin Andrade
Joseph Medeiros
Scott Kalush
Alex Dreyfus
Kevin Grove
Kyle Sanders
Totals
Opponents
AVG GP GS
.383
24
24
.354
22
22
.337
24
23
.333
5
1
.318
23
18
.295
24
24
.284
19
19
.283
24
24
.267
16
6
.253
24
24
.238
12
5
.227
12
4
.222
22
22
.167
5
0
.077
8
1
.000
6
0
.294
24
24
.340
24
24
Player
Nathan Slater
Matthew Lewis
Scott Lyman
Scott Chew
Dayne Quist
Scott Heinig
David Popkins
Sean Watson
CJ Blom
Anthony Kupbens
Tim Busbin
Totals
Opponents
ERA
3.68
3.75
6.16
7.20
7.90
8.16
9.00
10.19
10.26
30.86
99.00
8.33
4.89
W-L
0-1
1-0
4-3
0-0
3-3
1-0
0-1
0-4
0-2
0-1
0-0
9-15
15-9
APP
7
13
8
7
8
7
5
8
5
1
2
24
24
CBO
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
3
0
SV
1
1
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
8
IP
3.2
7.0
27.0
95.1
56.0
80.1
29.2
38.2
25.1
28.1
56.1
31.2
7.0
486.1
487.0
H
4
7
23
105
62
102
33
49
37
33
86
50
10
601
589
Home: 3-9
R
2
4
14
67
44
61
24
33
21
27
57
36
21
411
334
ER
1
3
13
59
38
58
22
30
21
24
48
27
20
361
280
BB
2
5
17
40
21
46
17
18
8
19
16
25
12
246
153
Road: 6-6
SO
2
6
25
79
45
61
18
21
16
16
20
28
5
342
279
HR
0
0
1
7
4
4
0
3
4
1
2
2
2
30
24
AB
13
26
96
365
219
332
112
155
109
107
245
144
28
1951
1935
B/Avg
.308
.269
.240
.288
.283
.307
.295
.316
.339
.308
.351
.347
.357
.308
.304
WP
0
2
5
10
14
18
3
1
0
3
1
5
7
69
54
HBP
0
1
8
7
5
10
3
5
1
8
9
0
9
66
72
BK
0
0
0
3
0
0
1
1
0
1
4
1
0
11
7
Neutral: 0-0
AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
94
18
36
6
0
3
23
51
.543
2
6
11
0
.431
0
1
0
1
82
16
29
8
0
3
22
46
.561
6
0
11
1
.393
1
0
0
1
89
16
30
4
1
1
13
39
.438
2
4
8
1
.375
1
1
2
2
6
0
2
0
0
0
1
2
.333
1
0
1
0
.429
0
0
0
0
66
14
21
2
0
0
13
23
.348
8
1
5
1
.385
3
4
3
4
88
18
26
4
1
1
8
35
.398 10
1
14
1
.366
2
5
0
1
74
15
21
4
1
1
6
30
.405
7
5
7
2
.379
1
1
1
1
99
16
28
6
0
2
15
40
.404
3
2
7
2
.314
1
0
0
0
30
3
8
0
0
0
4
8
.267
3
0
5
0
.324
1
0
1
3
91
10
23
7
1
2
11
38
.418
4
2
22
0
.299
0
1
2
6
21
4
5
1
0
0
2
6
.286
4
1
1
1
.385
0
1
1
3
22
4
5
0
0
0
1
5
.227
3
0
5
0
.320
0
0
0
0
72
5
16
1
0
0
7
17
.236
5
0
6
3
.273
0
1
0
1
6
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
.167
0
0
2
0
.167
0
0
0
0
13
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
.077
0
0
3
0
.077
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
1
3
1
.167
0
0
0
0
858 140 252
43
4
13 126 342
.399 58
23 111
13
.351
10
1 10
23
896 217 305
71
10
15 206 441
.492 113
35 134
9
.430
9 16 35
49
GS
0
0
8
0
8
0
0
6
1
1
0
24
24
CG
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
CBO
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
SV
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
1
IP
14.2
12.0
49.2
10.0
49.0
14.1
7.0
35.1
16.2
4.2
0.2
214.0
217.0
H
9
11
59
20
68
15
10
66
28
15
4
305
252
R
8
5
35
8
47
13
8
46
21
16
10
217
140
ER
6
5
34
8
43
13
7
40
19
16
10
198
118
BB
5
6
28
4
26
10
4
9
10
4
7
113
58
SO
8
11
33
8
40
7
4
14
7
2
0
134
111
HR
0
0
4
0
4
1
0
1
2
2
1
15
13
AB
49
43
202
48
199
55
27
167
75
26
5
896
858
B/Avg
.184
.256
.292
.417
.342
.273
.370
.395
.373
.577
.800
.340
.294
WP
5
4
9
0
5
1
1
1
3
1
0
30
13
HBP
1
5
9
0
5
5
1
5
0
0
4
35
23
BK
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
4
0
1
0
8
4
Big West Baseball
Player
David Popkins
Scott Lyman
Eric Johnson
Justin Schafer
Scott Heylman
Alex Dreyfuss
Paul Politi
Seth Batty
Kyle Mihaylo
CJ Blom
Scott Kalush
Justin Andrade
Daniel Cepin
Joseph Medeiros
Kevin Grove
Kyle Sanders
Scott Heinig
Totals
Opponents
All Games: 26-29
25
Big West Baseball
UC Irvine
School Information
Media Relations
Location:....................................................Irvine, Calif.
Enrollment:.........................................................27,000
Founded:...............................................................1962
Colors:....................................................Blue and Gold
Nickname:..................................................... Anteaters
Chancellor:................................... Dr. Michael V. Drake
Director of Athletics:......................................Mike Izzi
SWA:.......................................................... Paula Smith
Assoc. AD/Communications:.....................Bob Olson
Baseball SID:............................................ Fumi Kimura
Phone:.................................................. (949) 824-9474
Fax:....................................................... (949) 824-5260
Email Address:[email protected]
Website Address:.................. www.ucirvinesports.com
Team Information
Stadium:............................................ Anteater Ballpark
Capacity:..............................................................3,200
Dimensions:............................335, 380, 405, 380, 335
Date Opened:..........................................Jan. 25, 2002
Press Box Phone:................................ (949) 824-9905
Top Attendance:..................................... 3,176 (4/4/08)
................................................... vs. Cal State Fullerton
All-time Record at Stadium...............................166-93
Head Coach:........................................... Mike Gillespie
Alma Mater (Year):.....................................USC (1962)
Career Record:......................1309-692-2 (39 seasons)
NCAA Record:.........................889-525-2 (23 seasons)
Record at UCI:................................126-54 (3 seasons)
Associate Head Coach:................................ Pat Shine
Assistant Coach:...................................Jason Dietrich
Assistant Coach:...................................Bob Macaluso
Director of Baseball Operations:........ Eric Deragisch
Baseball Office:................................... (949) 824-9521
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...........................17/10
Position Starters Returning/Lost...........................5/4
Pitchers Returning/Lost:.........................................7/5
2010 Overall Record:...........................................39-21
2010 Big West Record:........................17-7, 2nd place
Anteater Roster
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
28
30
32
33
34
36
38
40
41
42
43
44
50
Player
Christian Ramirez
Sean Madigan
Tommy Reyes
Mitch Merten
Ronnie Shaeffer
Trent Zaks
Drew Hillman
Jordan Alexander
Jerry McClanahan
Scott Gottschling
Crosby Slaught
Brian Hernandez
Pierce Bily
Jimmy Litchfield
Tyler Abbott
Mark Trentacosta
Justin Castro
Nick Hoover
Drew Sandler
Andy Lines
Dillon Moyer
Matt Summers
Jonathan Hurst
Kyle Hooper
Andrew Thurman
D.J. Crumlich
Jordan Leyland
Evan Brock
Austin Walker
Bryan Clough
Andrew Bynum
Sebastian Santos
Justin Herrera
Jordan Fox
Matt Whitehouse
Phillip Ferragamo
*Has utilized his redshirt year
26
Stadium Facts
Pos.
B/T
OF
L/R
OF
L/L
INF
R/R
RHP
R/R
C
R/R
INF
R/R
OF/INF R/R
OF
R/R
C
R/R
OF
R/R
RHP
R/R
INF/RHP R/R
INF
R/R
LHP
R/L
LHP
L/L
LHP
R/L
UTL
R/R
RHP
R/R
C
R/R
LHP
L/L
INF
S/R
RHP/OF L/R
OF/C
R/R
RHP
R/R
RHP
R/R
INF
R/R
INF
R/R
RHP
R/R
OF
R/R
LHP
L/L
RHP
R/R
RHP
R/R
C
R/R
INF
L/L
LHP
L/L
RHP
R/R
Ht.
5-9
5-10
6-0
5-10
6-2
6-0
6-0
5-7
6-2
6-0
6-5
6-1
6-0
6-0
6-3
6-3
5-11
6-1
5-10
6-3
6-0
6-1
6-0
6-4
6-3
6-0
6-4
6-1
6-1
6-3
6-1
6-0
6-0
5-9
6-1
6-8
Wt.
165
190
175
170
205
187
195
165
190
185
195
205
180
175
170
205
170
204
175
190
180
205
190
200
205
190
225
185
195
215
185
180
190
160
170
260
Cl.
Hometown (Previous School)
Jr.*
Santa Ana, Calif. (Cypress College)
Sr.*
Yorba Linda, Calif. (Servite HS)
Jr. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS)
Fr.*
Newport Beach, Calif. (Servite HS)
Jr.
Garden Grove, Calif. (Pacifica HS)
Fr.
Cypress, Calif. (Cypress HS)
Sr.
Lake Forest (Orange Coast College)
Fr.
Oceanside, Calif. (Vista HS)
Fr.
Temple City, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS)
So.*
Orange, Calif. (Villa Park HS)
Jr.*
Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara HS)
Sr.*
Sylmar, Calif. (College of the Canyons)
Fr.*
Anaheim, Calif. (Orange Lutheran HS)
Fr.
La Habra, Calif. (Sonora HS)
Fr.
Simi Valley, Calif. (Royal HS)
Jr.
Orange, Calif. (Golden West CC)
Fr.
Rocklin, Calif (Rocklin HS)
Jr.*
Alta Loma, Calif. (Riverside CC)
Fr.*
Simi Valley, Calif. (Simi Valley HS)
So.* Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. (Palos Verdes HS)
Fr.
Bradenton, Fla. (Pendleton)
Jr.
Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparral)
Sr.
Orange Calif. (Cypress College)
So.
Saugus, Calif. (Saugus)
Fr.
Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran HS)
Jr.
Irvine, Calif. (Irvine HS)
Jr.
San Dimas, Calif. (San Dimas HS)
So.
Chino Hills, Calif. (Ayala HS)
Fr.
Burbank, Calif. (Crespi HS)
Fr.
Mission Viejo, Calif. (Capistrano Valley HS)
So.
Huntington Beach, Calif. (Ocean View HS)
Fr.
Murrieta, Calif. (Murrieta Valley HS)
So.
West Covina, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS)
Jr.
Hacienda Heights, Calif. (Bishop Amat)
So.
Diamond Bar, Calif. (Damien HS)
Fr.
Orange, Calif. (Canyon HS)
2011 Schedule
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 22
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 8
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 18
March 19
March 20
March 23
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 29
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 5
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 19
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 26
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 4
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 17
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 24
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
Time
Nevada
6:30 pm
Nevada
2 pm
Nevada
11:30 am
at San Diego State
6 pm
Southern%
6:30 pm
vs. Bethune Cookman% (MLB TV)1 pm
Grambling%
1 pm
at Saint Mary’s
2 pm
at Saint Mary’s
1 pm
at Saint Mary’s
1 pm
Connecticut
6:30 pm
Sacramento State
6:30 pm
Sacramento State
2 pm
Sacramento State
1 pm
Loyola Marymount
6:30 pm
at Loyola Marymount
1 pm
at Loyola Marymount
1 pm
at UNLV
6 pm
at Gonzaga
6 pm
at Gonzaga
1 pm
at Gonzaga
Noon
at USC
3 pm
Cal State Northridge*
6:30 pm
Cal State Northridge*
2 pm
Cal State Northridge*
1 pm
at San Diego
3 pm
at Cal State Fullerton*
7 pm
at Cal State Fullerton*
6 pm
at Cal State Fullerton* (ESPNU) 2 pm
San Diego State
6:30 pm
at Pacific*
6 pm
at Pacific*
6 pm
at Pacific*
1 pm
San Diego
6:30 pm
UC Davis*
6:30 pm
UC Davis*
6:30 pm
UC Davis*
2 pm
at UCLA
6 pm
at Cal State Bakersfield
6 pm
at Cal State Bakersfield
1 pm
at Cal State Bakersfield
1 pm
Pepperdine
6:30 pm
Cal Poly*
6:30 pm
Cal Poly*
2 pm
Cal Poly* (ESPNU)
2 pm
at UC Santa Barbara*
3 pm
at UC Santa Barbara*
1 pm
at UC Santa Barbara*
1 pm
USC
6:30 pm
at UC Riverside*
6 pm
at UC Riverside*
6 pm
at UC Riverside*
1 pm
UCLA
6:30 pm
Long Beach State*
6:30 pm
Long Beach State*
2 pm
Long Beach State*
1 pm
% RBI Tournament (Irvine & Los Angeles, Calif.)
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
UC Irvine
Head Coach Mike Gillespie
4th Season • USC (1962)
Career Record: 1309-692-2
UCI Record: 126-54
Gillespie’s Career
Coaching Record
Two-year institution
Year
School
1971 College of the Canyons
1972 College of the Canyons
1973 College of the Canyons
1974 College of the Canyons
1975 College of the Canyons
1976 College of the Canyons
1977 College of the Canyons
1978 College of the Canyons
1979 College of the Canyons
1980 College of the Canyons
1981 College of the Canyons
1982 College of the Canyons
1983 College of the Canyons
1984 College of the Canyons
1985 College of the Canyons
1986 College of the Canyons
16 year total
W
18
15
22
24
27
21
33
26
18
22
32
31
30
29
31
41
420
L
9
13
9
12
9
9
6
10
17
13
13
10
10
9
12
6
167
T Pct.
0 .667
0 .536
0 .710
0 .667
0 .750
0 .700
0 .846
0 .722
0 .514
0 .629
0 .711
0 .756
0 .750
0 .763
0 .721
0.872
0 .716
Four-year institution
Year
School
1987 USC
1988 USC
1989 USC
1990 USC
1991 USC
1992 USC
1993 USC
1994 USC
1995 USC
1996 USC
1997 USC
1998 USC
1999 USC
2000 USC
2001 USC
2002 USC
2003 USC
2004 USC
2005 USC
2006 USC
2008 UC Irvine
2009 UC Irvine
2010 UC Irvine
23 year total
W
32
36
41
40
46
28
35
41
49
44
42
49
36
44
45
37
28
24
41
25
42
45
39
889
L
28
26
25
22
17
26
29
20
21
16
20
17
26
20
19
24
28
32
22
33
18
15
21
525
T
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
Pct.
.533
.581
.621
.645
.727
.519
.547
.672
.700
.730
.677
.742
.581
.688
.703
.607
.500
.429
.651
.431
.700
.750
.650
.628
UC Irvine Coaching Records
NameSeasons
Overall Pct.
Gary Adams
1970-74
185-68-5.727
Tom Spence
1975-76
39-47-1.454
Eddie Allen
1977-78
47-51-1.480
Steve Hertz
1979-80
60-61-2.496
Mike Gerakos
1981-92
312-338-7.480
John Savage
2002-2004
88-84-1.512
Dave Serrano
2005-2007
114-66-1.633
Mike Gillespie
2008-present
126-54.700
Conf. None
None
SCBA
SCBA
SCBA
BWC
BWC
BWC
BWC
Record
Pct.
10-16-1.389
27-28-1.482
51-60.459
77-100.435
32-34.485
36-27.571
53-19.736
Date
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 21
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
Feb. 27
Feb. 28
March 2
March 5
March 5
March 6
March 9
March 13
March 13
March 14
March 16
March 19
March 20
March 21
March 26
March 27
March 28
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 6
April 9
April 10
April 11
April 13
April 16
April 17
April 18
April 20
April 23
April 24
April 25
April 27
April 30
May 1
May 2
May 4
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 11
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 21
May 22
May 23
May 25
May 28
May 29
May 30
June 4
June 5
June 6
June 6
Opponent
Result
Loyola Marymount
W, 5-1
at Loyola Marymount
W, 9-6
Loyola Marymount
W, 19-9
vs. N.C. State&
L, 4-7 (10)
at No. 12 Coastal Carolina&
L, 3-7
at No. 12 Coastal Carolina&
L, 6-13
vs. James Madison&
W, 15-9
at Pepperdine
L, 0-6
Saint Mary’s
W, 11-9
Saint Mary’s
W, 12-8
Saint Mary’s
L, 2-4 (10)
San Diego
W, 8-4
at Sacramento State
L, 1-2
at Sacramento State
W, 5-3
at Sacramento State
W, 4-2 (10)
San Diego
W, 9-1
Gonzaga
W, 6-4
Gonzaga
W, 13-1
Gonzaga
W, 8-5
at Nevada
L, 3-5
at Nevada
L, 4-6
at Nevada
W, 10-3
at Cal State Northridge*
W, 16-2
at Cal State Northridge*
W, 5-3
at Cal State Northridge*
W, 7-5
San Diego State
L, 5-6
No. 26 Cal State Fullerton*
W, 7-4
No. 26 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 3-6
No. 26 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 1-6
at San Diego
W, 4-3 (12)
Pacific*
W, 4-2
Pacific*
L, 4-7
Pacific*
L, 2-7
at San Diego State
W, 9-4
at UC Davis*
W, 8-1
at UC Davis*
W, 13-0
at UC Davis*
W, 10-4
at No. 5 UCLA
L, 1-4
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 3-2
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 3-2
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 8-7
USC
L, 6-8
at Cal Poly*
W, 3-1
at Cal Poly*
L, 7-15
at Cal Poly* (ESPNU)
W, 18-13
No. 11 UCLA
W, 2-1
UC Santa Barbara*
W, 4-0
UC Santa Barbara*
W, 8-1
UC Santa Barbara*
L, 1-2
UC Riverside*
W, 5-0
UC Riverside*
L, 12-15 (12)
UC Riverside*
W, 9-6
at USC
L, 1-8
at Long Beach State*
W, 6-0
at Long Beach State*
W, 6-1
at Long Beach State*
W, 4-2
vs. No. 21 LSU%
L, 10-11 (11)
vs. Kent State%
W, 19-9
vs. No. 21 LSU%
W, 4-3
at No. 7 UCLA%
L, 2-6
Big West Baseball
• Mike Gillespie, who was inducted to the ABCA Hall of
Fame this year, enters his
fourth season at the helm of the
Anteater program. During his
tenure, he guided the Anteaters
to three postseason appearances.
• In 2009 he led the Anteaters into uncharted territory. UC
Irvine was the consensus No. 1 team in the nation and was
awarded a No. 6 national seed in the NCAA postseason, a
first for UCI. Under Gillespie’s leadership, the Anteaters
won their first-ever Big West Conference title, winning
the championship with a 22-2 mark in league play and
posting the Big West’s second-highest win percentage
at .916. The Anteaters were a perfect 12-0 at home in
conference action, becoming the first team in Big West
history to accomplish the feat, and recorded their third
straight 40-win season, finishing at 45-15 and posting
the program’s second-highest number of victories since
becoming a Division I program in 1977-78. At the conclusion of the regular season, a school-record ten Anteaters
were honored on the Big West All-Conference teams and
Gillespie was voted the conference Coach of the Year,
his fifth such honor.
• In his first season at UC Irvine, Gillespie’s Anteaters
kicked off the season with a 16-1 mark, the program’s
best start.
• Prior to UC Irvine his storied coaching career at USC
included 15 postseason appearances, four College World
Series appearances (1995, 1998, 2000 and 2001) and
a national title in 1998 for which Gillespie was named
National Coach of the Year. Gillespie posted a 763-471-2
(.618) record in his 20 seasons guiding the Trojans and
produced 28 major league players.
• Prior to coaching at USC, Gillespie coached at the
College of the Canyons, where he built the program from
scratch. In his 16 seasons at Canyons, Gillespie compiled
a 418-165 (.717) record and won 11 Mountain Valley
Conference championships, including six consecutive
from 1981-86.
• Gillespie served as Canyon’s athletic director from
1977-86 and taught English, physical education and health
education. He earned his bachelor’s (1962) and master’s
(1963) degrees from USC.
2010 Results
& Coastal Carolina Tournament
% NCAA Regionals (Los Angeles, Calif.)
* Big West game
Home games in bold
27
UC Irvine
2010 Anteater Statistics
Big West Baseball
28
Player
Jeff Cusick
Drew Hillman
Matt Summers
Jonathan Hurst
Casey Stevenson
Brian Hernandez
Ronnie Shaeffer
Ryan Fisher
Francis Larson
Jordan Leyland
D.J. Crumlich
Sean Madigan
Jordan Fox
Dillon Bell
Tommy Reyes
Scott Gottschling
Cory Olson
Totals
Opponents
Player
Crosby Slaught
Daniel Bibona
Nick Hoover
Evan Brock
Eric Pettis
Christian Bergman
Kyle Necke
Matt Whitehouse
Ruben Orosco
Andrew Bynum
Kyle Hooper
Andy Lines
Matt Summers
Totals
Opponents
All Games: 39-21
Home: 19-9
Road: 17-10
Neutral: 3-2
AVGGP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
.379 59
59 232
43
88
21
0
8
62 133
.573
26
9
10
3 .454
4
3
1
3
.352 34
25
91
24
32
7
1
4
19
53
.582
7
5
13
2 .423
1
2
0
2
.343 23
8
35
7
12
4
0
0
8
16
.457
3
0
5
0 .385
1
2
1
2
.342 33
22
79
11
27
4
1
0
12
33
.418
8
1
10
5 .400
2
1
0
1
.324 60
59 238
63
77
16
4
4
41 113
.475
25
7
27
8 .402
1
9
8
9
.322 57
57 236
44
76
19
2
4
44 111
.470
20
7
27
10 .389
2
5
5
7
.318 50
47 173
22
55
10
1
3
31
76
.439
13
3
17
3 .370
3
6
1
3
.308 47
38 130
24
40
11
0
4
20
63
.485
12
4
30
1 .381
1
3
3
5
.303 59
54
211
37
64
12
2
8
42 104
.493
18
9
36
4 .378
3
2
0
3
.301 29
21
83
9
25
6
2
2
13
41
.494
3
0
8
0 .326
0
2
2
2
.284 42
39
116
20
33
7
1
1
16
45
.388
18
4
14
3 .396
1
9
2
4
.280 53
45 193
41
54
11
0
1
29
68
.352
16
10
20
2 .364
1
2
1
5
.275 37
15
69
9
19
3
0
0
9
22
.319
8
5
7
0 .381
2
5
6
8
.234 48
9
64
11
15
3
0
0
8
18
.281
4
2
7
1 .292
2
4
4
5
.229 42
29 105
20
24
3
0
0
9
27
.257
19
5
13
4 .369
1
3
4
5
.200
8
0
5
3
1
0
0
1
2
4
.800
0
1
2
0 .333
0
0
0
1
.114 39
13
44
9
5
1
0
1
5
9
.205
8
10
11
3 .371
0
3
2
3
.308 60
60 2104 397 647 138
14 41
370 936
.445 208
82 257
49 .387
25 61 40
68
.267 60
60 2069 293 553 126
20 34
268 821
.397 154
37 483
40 .327
15 44 33
68
ERA
0.00
2.48
2.48
3.14
3.62
3.72
4.50
4.50
5.40
5.40
7.61
8.44
8.51
3.98
5.80
Player
Drew Hillman
Matt Summers
Jeff Cusick
Brian Hernandez
Jonathan Hurst,
D.J. Crumlich
Francis Larson
Casey Stevenson
Ronnie Shaeffer
Ryan Fisher
Sean Madigan
Tommy Reyes
Dillon Bell
Jordan Fox
Jordan Leyland
Cory Olson
Totals
Opponents
W-L APP
0-0
2
9-2
13
2-0
20
6-4
20
9-5
24
9-3
20
1-4
24
0-0
10
0-0
14
0-0
3
0-0
18
1-1
20
2-2
21
39-21 60
21-39
60
GS
0
13
1
6
16
16
2
1
0
0
0
1
4
60
60
CG
0
1
0
0
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
5
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
1
Big West Games: 17-7
AVG GP GS
.464
12
8
.409
14
5
.382
24
24
.371
24
24
.359
13
9
.344
22
22
.341
23
22
.333
24
24
.315
21
20
.292
18
16
.284
21
20
.214
12
6
.174
18
3
.167
11
3
.158
9
5
.111
12
5
.324
24
24
.256
24
24
Player
ERA
Matt Whitehouse
0.00
Daniel Bibona
1.74
Christian Bergman 2.22
Nick Hoover
3.00
Eric Pettis
3.48
Evan Brock
4.12
Kyle Necke
4.15
Kyle Hooper
4.50
Ruben Orosco
6.23
Andy Lines
13.50
Matt Summers
15.43
Totals
3.34
Opponents
6.12
W-L
0-0
5-0
5-1
0-0
5-3
2-2
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
17-7
7-17
APP
4
5
8
5
12
6
8
5
5
7
6
24
24
CBO
0
0
0
0
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
1
SV
0
0
1
1
6
1
7
0
0
0
0
1
0
17
8
IP
2.1
94.1
29.0
63.0
124.1
101.2
42.0
6.0
11.2
1.2
23.2
10.2
30.2
541.0
530.2
H
3
75
18
34
142
109
51
8
14
3
45
11
40
553
647
Home: 6-6
R
3
34
10
24
66
47
26
9
9
2
23
10
30
293
397
ER
0
26
8
22
50
42
21
3
7
1
20
10
29
239
342
BB
0
15
14
30
27
16
9
7
3
0
4
11
18
154
208
Road: 11-1
SO
2
102
34
62
89
78
41
10
6
0
14
13
32
483
257
HR
0
7
1
4
2
6
3
0
1
1
3
1
5
34
41
AB
11
339
97
210
496
398
163
30
45
8
107
39
126
2069
2104
B/Avg
.273
.221
.186
.162
.286
.274
.313
.267
.311
.375
.421
.282
.317
.267
.308
WP
0
4
0
4
6
4
3
3
2
0
2
1
4
33
22
HBP
1
1
3
5
6
7
2
1
2
0
2
1
6
37
82
BK
0
2
1
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
6
15
Neutral: 0-0
AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
28
8
13
2
1
2
6
23
.821
2
3
4
1
.545
0
0
0
1
22
6
9
2
0
0
8
11
.500
2
0
2
0
.440
1
2
1
1
102
18
39
8
0
5
26
62
.608
8
3
1
2
.435
2
0
1
2
105
21
39
10
2
3
22
62
.590
8
2
11
3
.422
1
1
2
2
39
6
14
2
1
0
6
18
.462
3
0
4
3
.395
1
1
0
1
64
16
22
7
0
1
10
32
.500
8
2
6
0
.427
1
7
1
1
82
18
28
6
1
3
14
45
.549 10
5
12
2
.443
0
1
0
1
108
26
36
9
2
3
21
58
.537
7
0
9
3
.374
0
2
4
4
73
7
23
3
0
1
11
29
.397
1
1
6
1
.325
2
5
1
2
48
5
14
4
0
0
5
18
.375
4
1
12
0
.352
1
3
1
2
81
17
23
5
0
0
15
28
.346
8
6
8
1
.385
1
1
0
3
28
6
6
1
0
0
3
7
.250
3
2
3
1
.333
0
1
1
1
23
4
4
0
0
0
2
4
.174
1
0
2
1
.208
0
2
1
1
18
2
3
1
0
0
4
4
.222
2
1
5
0
.273
1
2
0
0
19
1
3
1
0
0
0
4
.211
1
0
3
0
.200
0
0
1
1
18
1
2
0
0
1
2
5
.278
2
5
4
1
.360
0
0
0
1
858 163 278
61
7
19 155 410
.478 70
31
92
19
.391
11 28 14
24
823 103 211
50
6
10
91 303
.368 42
10 182
15
.299
5 16 11
27
GS
0
5
8
0
8
3
0
0
0
0
0
24
24
CG
0
1
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
3
SHO
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
CBO
0
0
2
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
0
SV
0
0
0
0
3
0
2
0
0
0
0
5
1
IP
1.1
41.1
52.2
6.0
64.2
24.0
13.0
4.0
4.1
2.0
4.2
218.0
213.1
H
1
23
48
5
77
18
14
6
4
5
10
211
278
R
0
10
18
2
37
13
7
2
3
3
8
103
163
ER
0
8
13
2
25
11
6
2
3
3
8
81
145
BB
0
5
7
1
9
12
3
0
1
2
2
42
70
SO
1
42
39
6
54
22
7
0
1
3
7
182
92
HR
0
2
2
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
1
10
19
AB
4
137
199
19
263
88
46
16
16
10
25
823
858
B/Avg
.250
.168
.241
.263
.293
.205
.304
.375
.250
.500
.400
.256
.324
WP
0
3
3
0
4
0
1
1
0
0
1
13
11
HBP
0
0
3
1
2
2
0
0
1
0
1
10
31
BK
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
36
UC Riverside
School Information
Media Relations
Location:.............................................Riverside, Calif.
Enrollment:........................................................ 20,510
Founded:.............................................................. 1954
Colors:................................................... Blue and Gold
Nickname:.................................................Highlanders
Chancellor:........................................ Timothy P. White
Director of Athletics:.............................Stan Morrison
SWA:..........................................................Janet Lucas
Media Relations Director:..................... John Maxwell
Baseball SID:.......................................... John Maxwell
Phone:..................................................(951) 827-5438
Fax:.......................................................(951) 827-3569
Email Address:[email protected]
Website Address:................. www.gohighlanders.com
Team Information
Stadium:..............................Riverside Sports Complex
Capacity:............................................................. 2,500
Dimensions:........................... 330, 380, 400, 380, 330
Date Opened:.......................................... Not Available
Press Box Phone:................................(951) 827-6415
Top Attendance:...................................1,775 (1/27/01)
....................................................................... vs. UCLA
All-time Record at Stadium............................180-122
Highlander Roster
No.
1
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
42
44
48
Player
Bryan Horst
Eddie Young
Phil Holinsworth
Dylan Stuart
Ryan Goetz
Robby Witt
Dan Pellegrino
Trevor Hairgrove
AJ Beckley
Trevor Frank
Tony Nix
Cody Hough
Mitch Patito
Matt Larkins
Grant Behic
Eddie Orozco
Vince Gonzalez
Kevin Dickey
Brian Derryberry
Zach Varela
Ben Doucette
Kyle Boudreau
Donovan Gonzales
Mark Garcia
David Andriese
Joie Dunyon
Gavin Mills
Justin Shults
Dustin Emmons
Matt Andriese
Bart Steponovich
Mike Wolford
Robert Desantiago
Jake Middleton
Pos.
INF
INF
INF
LHP
INF
OF
C
INF
OF
RHP
OF
OF
RHP
RHP
OF
RHP
INF
RHP
OF
RHP
LHP
1B
RHP
LHP
OF
RHP
RHP
1B/OF
RHP
RHP
C
RHP
C
INF
B/T
R/R
L/R
R/R
L/L
S/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
L/L
L/R
R/R
L/L
L/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
Ht.
5-10
5-10
6-0
5-10
5-10
6-3
5-11
6-1
6-0
6-0
5-11
5-10
6-1
6-1
5-10
6-4
6-3
6-3
6-1
6-2
5-10
6-1
6-3
5-11
6-2
6-1
6-4
6-4
6-3
6-3
6-0
6-3
6-2
6-0
Wt.
180
185
170
175
185
185
200
185
180
175
185
190
195
220
170
205
195
185
180
195
180
220
220
185
205
195
215
210
215
205
200
200
205
155
Cl.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Gr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Fr.*
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.*
Fr.*
So.
So.
Fr.*
Fr.*
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Hometown (Previous School)
Riverside, Calif. (Martin Luther King HS)
El Cajon, Calif. (Christian HS)
Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills HS)
Riverside, Calif. (Riverside Poly HS)
Temple City, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS)
Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills HS)
Poway, Calif. (Poway HS)
Highland, Calif. (Redlands East Valley HS)
Redlands, Calif. (Redlands East Valley HS)
El Cajon, Calif. (Valhalla HS)
Poway, Calif. (Poway HS)
Corona, Calif. (Santiago HS)
Mira Loma, Calif. (Patriot HS)
Corona, Calif. (Temescal Canyon HS)
Poway, Calif. (Poway HS)
Riverside, Calif. (Rubidoux HS)
Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mission Viejo HS)
Mission Viejo, Calif. (Capistrano Valley HS)
Yucaipa, Calid. (Yucaipa HS)
Lake Elsinore, Calif. (Elsinore HS)
El Segundo, Calif. (El Segundo HS)
Tustin, Calif. (Beckman HS)
29 Palms, Calif. (29 Palms HS)
Pomona, Calif. (Damien HS)
Redlands, Calif. (Redlands East Valley HS)
Long Beach, Calif. (St. John Bosco HS)
Santa Rosa, Calif. (Cloverdale HS)
Valencia, Calif. (Valencia HS)
La Crescenta, Calif. (Crescenta Valley HS)
Redlands, Calif. (Redlands East Valley HS)
Columbia, Mo. (Hickman HS)
Hemet, Calif. (Hemet HS)
Arleta, Calif. (Arleta HS)
Corona, Calif. (Santiago HS)
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 22
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 1
March 3
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 9
March 18
March 19
March 20
March 22
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 5
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 26
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 3
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 10
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 17
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
at Loyola Marymount
Loyola Marymount (DH)
at Loyola Marymount
USC
at Sacramento State
at Sacramento State
at Sacramento State
San Diego
vs. Kansas$
vs. Air Force$
vs. Northern Illinois$
vs. Arizona State$
at Pepperdine
Saint Mary’s
Saint Mary’s
Saint Mary’s
San Diego State
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
at Cal Poly*
UCLA
Pacific*
Pacific*
Pacific*
UNLV
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
at Long Beach State*
at Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
at Cal State Bakersfield
at San Diego State
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
UC Santa Barbara*
at USC
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
Cal State Fullerton*
at San Diego
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at UNLV
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
Time
2 pm
Noon
1 pm
6 pm
2 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
4 pm
4 pm
4 pm
5 pm
2 pm
7 pm
2 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6:30 pm
5:30 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Big West Baseball
Head Coach:.............................................. Doug Smith
Alma Mater (Year):.......................UC Riverside (1975)
Career Record:............................ 181-149 (6 seasons)
Record at UCR:........................... 181-149 (6 seasons)
Assistant Coach:.................................Nathan Choate
Assistant Coach:.................................. Eddie Cornejo
Assistant Coach:...................................Brett Martinez
Baseball Office:...................................(951) 827-5441
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............................. N/A
Position Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7/4
Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost:......................... 5/0
2010 Overall Record:..........................................32-23
2010 Big West Record:...................... 13-11, 3rd place
Stadium Facts
2011 Schedule
$ Arizona State Tournament (Surprise, Ariz.)
DH Doubleheader
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
*Has utilized his redshirt year
29
UC Riverside
Head Coach Doug Smith
7th Season • UC Riverside (1975)
Smith’s Career
Coaching Record
Big West Baseball
Career Record: 181-149
UCR Record: 181-149
• Doug Smith was appointed as
the fourth head baseball coach
in UC Riverside history in
September 2004, following 25
years as the top assistant and
hitting coach at his alma mater.
• Smith made short work of
putting his name in the record books at UCR, becoming
the fastest coach in school history to reach 50 wins, doing
so in just two years. In 2008 he captured his 100th career
win and is well on his way to his 200th.
• Entering his seventh season, Smith has compiled an
overall record of 181-149 including a 75-64 mark in Big
West competition. That includes UCR’s first Big West
Conference Baseball Championship in 2007 and a trip to
the NCAA Regionals that same year. After the season,
with a program-best conference record of 16-5 in tow,
Smith was named Big West Coach of the Year.
• In a collegiate coaching career spanning over 1,600
games, Smith has helped the Highlanders to nine postseason appearances, including one Division II National Championship and two NCAA Division I Regional appearance.
• Smith graduated from UC Riverside in 1975 with
bachelor’s degrees in sociology and political science. An
outstanding catcher, his senior year was highlighted by
his performance in the All-Riverside Baseball Invitational
Tournament, where he helped lead the Highlanders to their
first-ever title and was the leading hitter at .471. Following
the season he was named All-CCAA First Team.
• Smith served as a part-time assistant coach from 1976
through 1980 while he pursued a master’s degree in
Physical Education from Cal Poly Pomona.
2010 Results
Year School
2005 UC Riverside
2006 UC Riverside
2007 UC Riverside
2008 UC Riverside
2009 UC Riverside
2010 UC Riverside
6 year total
W
L T Pct.
28 27 0 .509
29 25 0 .537
38 21 0 .644
21 33 0 .389
33 20 0 .623
32 23 0 .582
181 149 0 .548
UC Riverside Coaching Records
NameSeasons
Records Incomplete
Jack Smitheran
1974-2004
Doug Smith
2005-present
Overall Pct.
974-729-3.572
181-149-0.548
Conf. Record
Pct.
BWC
BWC
35-31.530
75-60.556
Date
Opponent
Result
Feb. 19
BYU
W, 12-11
Feb. 19
BYU
W, 6-4
Feb. 20
BYU
W, 11-6
Feb. 22
Bethune-Cookman
W, 6-1
Feb. 23
at San Diego State
L, 1-14
Feb. 26
at Loyola Marymount
W, 8-6
Feb. 28
at Loyola Marymount
L, 3-10
March 2
San Diego State
W, 10-4
March 4
vs. No. 10 Oregon State$
L, 3-10
March 5
vs. Florida International$
W, 4-3
March 6
vs. No. 2 Arizona State$
L, 2-16
March 7
vs. Utah Valley$
Canceled
March 9
at No. 10 UCLA
L, 2-3
March 19 San Francisco
W, 8-5
March 20 San Francisco
W, 10-1
March 21 San Francisco
L, 3-9
March 23
at San Diego
L, 8-15
March 26
at Saint Mary’s
L, 4-6
March 27
at Saint Mary’s
W, 1-0
March 27
at Saint Mary’s
W, 8-5
March 28
at Saint Mary’s
W, 8-4
April 1
Cal Poly*
W, 3-2
April 2
Cal Poly*
L, 3-5 (10)
April 3
Cal Poly*
W, 14-5
April 9
at Pacific*
L, 6-7
April 10
at Pacific*
L, 5-6
April 10
at Pacific*
W, 5-3 (11)
April 13
No. 1 UCLA
L, 0-10
April 16
Long Beach State*
W, 8-7
April 17
Long Beach State*
L, 5-8
April 18
Long Beach State*
W, 7-5
April 21
Loyola Marymount
L, 10-11
April 23
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 5-1
April 24
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 5-2
April 25
Cal State Bakersfield
W, 10-6
April 27
at UNLV
W, 18-10
April 30
at UC Santa Barbara*
L, 1-5
May 1
at UC Santa Barbara*
W, 9-2
May 2
at UC Santa Barbara*
W, 10-3
May 4
at No. 22 San Diego
L, 7-9
May 7
at No. 10 Cal State Fullerton* L, 4-6
May 8
at No. 10 Cal State Fullerton* L, 1-9
May 9
at No. 10 Cal State Fullerton* L, 0-6
May 11
UNLV
W, 11-7
May 12
Loyola Marymount
W, 16-6
May 14
Cal State Northridge*
W, 13-5
May 15
Cal State Northridge*
W, 4-1
May 16
Cal State Northridge*
W, 9-3
May 21
at UC Irvine*
L, 0-5
May 22
at UC Irvine*
W, 15-12 (12)
May 23
at UC Irvine*
L, 6-9
May 25
at Cal State Northridge
L, 8-10
May 26
No. 15 San Diego
W, 13-9
May 28
UC Davis*
W, 12-8
May 29
UC Davis*
W, 26-7
May 30
UC Davis*
L, 1-13
$ Arizona State Tournament (Surprise, Ariz.)
Dh Doubleheader
* Big West game
Home games in bold
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UC Riverside
2010 Highlander Statistics
Player
Donovan Gonzales
Mitch Patito
Dustin Emmons
Matt Andriese
Matt Larkins
Derek Speigner
Tommy Mackoul
Trevor Frank
Eddie Orozco
Mike Wolford
Mark Garcia
Kevin Dickey
Ben Doucette
Totals
Opponents
Home: 22-6
Road: 9-15
Neutral: 1-2
AVGGP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
.390 52
48 187
44
73 20
2
11
62 130
.695 24
1
30
3
.458
2
2
0
3
.373 54
54 209
50
78 18
1
7
39 119
.569 23
5
24
3
.440
4
0
0
1
.361 46
43 166
45
60 19
2
11
43 116
.699
9
13
26
1
.425
5
3
5
6
.329 52
52 216
50
71 13
3
8
43 114
.528 21
1
43
3
.388
2
0
3
3
.300 14
0
10
8
3
0
0
0
0
3
.300
0
0
4
0
.300
0
0
1
1
.294
6
6
17
7
5
1
1
0
5
8
.471
4
0
4
0
.409
1
0
1
1
.294 53
51 211
51
62
7
3
5
27
90
.427 15
5
41
4
.349
4
1
8 11
.294 53
53 201
29
59 12
1
4
27
85
.423 17
2
21
5
.355
0
3
1
4
.289 51
50 204
38
59 13
6
2
28
90
.441 22
8
34
2
.372
5
0
2
4
.283 24
13
53
6
15
1
0
2
8
22
.415
5
1
5
2
.339
3
1
0
0
.270 44
38 126
13
34
9
1
0
26
45
.357 20
0
17
2
.362
3
3
1
3
.265 55
54 181
26
48 10
2
5
24
77
.425
11
15
22
4
.354
2
8
0
3
.250 13
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
.250
0
0
2
0
.250
0
0
0
0
.233 30
15
73
14
17
3
1
2
10
28
.384
9
1
15
0
.325
0
0
0
1
.209 27
17
67
7
14
2
0
1
9
19
.284
3
1
9
0
.250
1
4
0
1
.167
2
1
6
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
.167
1
0
0
0
.286
0
0
0
0
.000
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.311 55
55 1931 388 600 128 23
58 352 948
.491 184
53 297
29
.380 32 25
22 42
.321 55
55 1949 356 625 121 23
37 329 903
.463 164
71 316
23
.388 31 43
51 79
ERA
W-L
1.17
0-0
1.33
3-0
3.99
9-4
4.95
5-5
5.34
6-5
5.40
2-1
6.75
0-0
8.46
3-3
8.71
1-3
8.78
3-1
10.80
0-0
12.96
0-1
14.73
0-0
5.85 32-23
6.42 23-32
APP
5
21
16
15
15
29
3
17
11
21
8
12
5
55
55
GS
0
0
13
14
14
0
0
8
6
0
0
0
0
55
55
CG
0
0
2
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
4
SHO
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
Big West Games: 13-11
Player
Phil Hollinsworth
Tony Nix
Dan Pellegrino
Michael Hur
Justin Shults
Robert Brantly
Bart Steponovich
Bryan Horst
Brian McConkey
Joey Gonzales
Trevor Hairgrove
Eddie Young
Trent Jemmett
Andrew Mistone
Mike Nesbitt
Ryan Goetz
Totals
Opponents
AVG GP GS
1.000
5
0
.386
19
18
.385
9
3
.382
24
24
.345
24
22
.337
24
24
.333
6
0
.315
24
24
.301
24
24
.294
23
23
.259
24
24
.259
20
16
.167
12
5
.167
2
1
.148
10
6
.000
2
2
.311
24
24
.318
24
24
Player
Kevin Dickey
Donovan Gonzales
Mitch Patito
Trevor Frank
Matt Andriese
Dustin Emmons
Matt Larkins
Derek Speigner
Eddie Orozco
Mark Garcia
Mike Wolford
Totals
Opponents
ERA
0.00
0.00
1.32
4.22
4.84
4.97
5.40
9.39
11.57
13.50
15.43
5.29
6.16
W-L
0-0
0-0
3-0
0-0
2-3
3-3
4-3
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
13-11
11-13
APP
3
1
8
6
8
8
8
12
3
2
8
24
24
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
SV
1
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
9
7
IP
7.2
27.0
90.1
103.2
86.0
31.2
1.1
50.0
31.0
27.2
8.1
16.2
3.2
485.0
479.1
H
5
13
114
130
103
36
2
79
42
50
13
33
5
625
600
Home: 8-3
R
4
5
47
66
60
20
1
49
33
27
12
26
6
356
388
ER
1
4
40
57
51
19
1
47
30
27
10
24
6
315
342
BB
2
13
24
18
27
22
0
18
15
8
5
8
1
164
184
Road: 5-8
SO
6
27
51
69
33
25
3
31
21
26
7
11
0
316
297
HR
0
1
4
4
6
1
0
5
4
6
1
4
1
37
58
AB
27
94
363
413
326
124
6
211
126
125
40
78
16
1949
1931
B/Avg
.185
.138
.314
.315
.316
.290
.333
.374
.333
.400
.325
.423
.313
.321
.311
WP
0
1
5
6
3
0
1
4
8
3
2
2
2
37
47
HBP
5
8
9
9
11
6
0
8
8
3
0
1
3
71
53
BK
0
0
2
1
2
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
8
12
Neutral: 0-0
AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
2
4
2
0
0
0
0
2
1.000
0
0
0
0 1.000
0
0
0
0
70
18
27
8
0
7
21
56
.800
4
5
7
1
.450
1
1
4
5
13
2
5
0
0
0
1
5
.385
3
1
0
0
.529
0
0
0
0
102
22
39
5
1
3
23
55
.539 10
0
20
1
.434
1
0
3
3
87
19
30
8
2
5
30
57
.655 13
0
13
1
.422
2
0
0
1
92
20
31
5
0
3
16
45
.489 15
1
12
2
.431
1
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
.333
0
0
1
0
.333
0
0
0
0
92
15
29
5
1
2
8
42
.457
7
1
8
1
.370
0
1
1
3
103
21
31
3
3
1
13
43
.417 10
6
17
0
.392
1
0
0
1
102
21
30
3
1
3
12
44
.431
3
2
15
1
.327
0
1
2
4
81
15
21
4
2
2
8
35
.432
5
6
9
1
.344
1
4
0
1
54
2
14
3
0
0
12
17
.315
8
0
7
1
.344
2
3
1
2
30
5
5
1
1
0
3
8
.267
4
0
9
0
.265
0
0
0
1
6
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
.167
1
0
0
0
.286
0
0
0
0
27
3
4
0
0
0
1
4
.148
2
0
4
0
.207
0
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
2
0
.000
0
0
0
0
868 167 270 45
11
26 149 415
.478 85
22 124
9
.383
9 11 11
21
853 142 271 56
6
15 135 384
.450 65
23 116
8
.375
16 25 19
33
GS
0
0
0
0
8
8
8
0
0
0
0
24
24
CG
0
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
3
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
SV
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
4
IP
4.2
1.0
13.2
10.2
61.1
50.2
53.1
7.2
2.1
2.0
7.0
214.1
213.1
H
6
0
7
13
79
68
63
9
6
4
16
271
270
R
0
0
3
6
37
33
36
9
3
3
12
142
167
ER
0
0
2
5
33
28
32
8
3
3
12
126
146
BB
0
0
6
3
11
13
17
9
1
1
4
65
85
SO
3
0
0
5
34
23
21
7
1
3
6
116
124
HR
0
0
1
1
1
4
4
0
0
1
3
15
26
AB
20
3
48
42
241
213
199
31
11
10
35
853
868
B/Avg
.300
.000
.146
.310
.328
.319
.317
.290
.545
.400
.457
.318
.311
WP
0
0
1
0
5
5
2
0
0
0
1
14
24
HBP
0
0
2
2
6
4
7
0
1
0
1
23
22
BK
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
4
5
Big West Baseball
Player
Justin Shults
Robert Brantly
Tony Nix
Michael Hur
Phil Hollinsworth
Ryan Goetz
Joey Gonzales
Bryan Horst
Brian McConkey
Dan Pellegrino
Eddie Young
Trevor Hairgrove
Bart Steponovich
Trent Jemmett
Mike Nesbitt
Andrew Mistone
Mark Garcia
Totals
Opponents
All Games: 32-23
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Big West Baseball
UC Santa Barbara
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Quick Facts
Media Relations
Location:..................................... Santa Barbara, Calif.
Enrollment:.........................................................20,847
Founded:...............................................................1944
Colors:....................................................Blue and Gold
Nickname:...................................................... Gauchos
Chancellor:........................................Dr. Henry T. Yang
Director of Athletics:......................................Mark Massari
SWA:....................................................... Diane O’Brien
Asst. AD/Media Relations:...................... Bill Mahoney
Baseball SID:................................................ Matt Hurst
Phone:......................................... (805) 893-3428/8603
Fax:....................................................... (805) 893-4537
Email Address:............ [email protected]
Website Address:................... www.ucsbgauchos.com
Team Facts
Stadium:...............................Caesar Uyesaka Stadium
Capacity:..............................................................1,000
Dimensions:............................335, 385, 400, 385, 335
Date Opened:............................................Feb. 4, 1994
Press Box Phone:................................ (805) 893-4671
Top Attendance:................................... 1,217 (5/20/01)
.....................................................vs. Long Beach State
All-time Record............................................ 250-207-2
Stadium Facts
Head Coach:.........................................Bob Brontsema
Alma Mater (Year):...............UC Santa Barbara (1985)
Career Record:........................459-453-2 (17 seasons)
Record at UCSB:.....................459-453-2 (17 seasons)
Associate Head Coach:.............................. Tom Myers
Assistant Coach:................................ Jason Lefkowitz
Director of Operations:..........................John Kirkgard
Baseball Office:.......................... (805) 893-3690/2021
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...........................20/10
Position Starters Returning/Lost...........................5/4
Starting Pitchers Returning:......................................4
2010 Overall Record:...........................................24-30
2010 Big West Record:.....................10-14, T5th place
Gaucho Roster
No.
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
40
41
44
Player
Kyle Macey
Joe Winterburn
Steven Moon
Joe Woodward
Brett Fick
Ben Edelstein
Lance Roenicke
Sean Williams
AJ Berglund
Cameron Cuneo
Nick Parent
Brandon Trinkwon
Ryan Palermo
Zak Edgington
Nick Capito
Dan Camou
Beck Wheeler
Nick Loredo
Bryce Tafelski
Mark Haddow
Jeff Miller
Matthew Vedo
Jesse Meaux
Derek Eligio
Matthew Brady
Bryce Uhrig
Casey Schapper
John Vaccaro
Greg Davis
Trevor Whyte
Stephen Lapchak
Zach Mercer
Joey Wallace
Connor Whalen
Kevin Gelinas
Pos.
OF
C
INF
INF
UTL
OF
OF
INF
RHP
LHP
INF
INF
INF
LHP
LHP
C
INF
RHP
C
OF
INF
RHP
RHP
OF
RHP
RHP
RHP
INF
RHP
INF
OF
RHP
OF
LHP
LHP
B/T
L/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
L/R
R/R
L/L
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
L/L
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/L
L/L
Ht.
5-9
5-11
6-2
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-3
6-2
6-1
6-2
6-1
6-2
6-0
6-3
6-3
6-0
6-2
5-11
6-2
6-4
6-2
6-2
6-4
6-2
6-2
6-4
6-3
6-1
6-3
6-5
6-3
6-5
Wt.
165
200
175
185
180
205
185
190
215
165
220
160
200
185
185
185
195
215
200
215
160
200
210
185
160
190
230
195
210
205
180
205
215
200
240
Cl.
Hometown (Previous School)
Fr.
Los Altos, Calif. (St. Francis HS)
Fr.
Glendora, Calif. (Glendora HS)
So. Redondo Beach, Calif. (Redondo Union HS)
Fr.
Glendora, Calif. (Glendora HS)
Sr.
Newbury Park, Calif. (Ventura College)
Sr.
San Carlos, Calif. (Cañada College)
Jr.
Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills HS)
Sr.
Costa Mesa, Calif. (Irvine Valley College)
Fr.
Orange, Calif. (St. Francis HS)
Fr.
Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Westlake HS)
Fr.
Palo Cedro, Calif. (Foothill HS)
Fr.
Tustin, Calif. (Beckman HS)
Jr.
Redwood City, Calif. (Junipero Serra HS)
Jr.
Belmont, Calif. (Santa Barbara CC)
Sr.
Whittier, Calif. (Santa Ana JC)
Sr.
San Francisco, Calif. (Cañada College)
Sr.
San Diego, Calif. (Orange Coast College)
Sr.
San Jose, Calif. (San Jose CC)
Jr.
Santa Ynez, Calif. (Santa Ynez HS)
Sr.
San Diego, Calif. (Scripps Ranch HS)
Fr.
Chino, Calif. (Don Lugo HS)
Jr.
(Colusa, Calif.) Yuba College
Sr.
Glendale, Calif. (Glendale HS)
Sr.
Yorba Linda, Calif. (Santa Ana JC)
Jr.
San Jose, Calif. (Leigh HS)
Sr.
Santa Barbara, Calif. (Pepperdine)
Fr. Truckee, Calif. (Bishop Manogue Catholic HS)
Fr.
Berkeley, Calif. (Miramonte HS)
Sr.
Huntington Beach, Calif. (Edison HS)
Sr.
Mission Viejo, Calif. (Saddleback JC)
So.
Yorba Linda, CA (Mater Dei HS)
Fr.
Agoura, Calif. (Agoura HS)
Jr.
Lafayette, Calif. (College of San Mateo)
Sr.
Scottsdale, Ariz. (Santa Barbara CC)
Jr. Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Central Arizona College)
2011 Schedule
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 20
Feb. 22
Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 27
March 1
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 8
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 19
March 20
March 22
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 30
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 19
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 26
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 24
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
La Salle
La Salle
La Salle
Westmont
at Washington State
at Washington State
at Washington State
at Pepperdine
Sacramento State
Sacramento State
Sacramento State
USC
vs. San Francisco%
vs. Louisiana-Lafayette%
vs. Rice%
Nevada (DH)
Nevada
at USC
at Oregon State
at Oregon State
at Oregon State
at Loyola Marymount
San Jose State
San Jose State
San Jose State
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
at Cal State Northridge
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
Pepperdine
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
Cal State Northridge
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
at UC Davis*
Loyola Marymount
Pacific*
Pacific*
Pacific*
Time
2 pm
1 pm
Noon
2 pm
3:30 pm
2 pm
noon
2 pm
2 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
11 am
12:30 pm
Noon
1 pm
3 pm
5:30 pm
2 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
3 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
DH Doubleheader
% AT&T Invitational (San Francisco, Calif.)
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
UC Santa Barbara
Head Coach Bob Brontsema
18th Season • UC Santa Barbara (1985)
Career Record: 459-453-2
UCSB Record: 459-453-2
Brontsema’s Career
Coaching Record
Year School
1994 UC Santa Barbara
1995 UC Santa Barbara
1996 UC Santa Barbara
1997 UC Santa Barbara
1998 UC Santa Barbara
1999 UC Santa Barbara
2000 UC Santa Barbara
2001 UC Santa Barbara
2002 UC Santa Barbara
2003 UC Santa Barbara
2004 UC Santa Barbara
2005 UC Santa Barbara
2006 UC Santa Barbara
2007 UC Santa Barbara
2008 UC Santa Barbara
2009 UC Santa Barbara
2010 UC Santa Barbara
17 year total
W
L
21 33
24 26
32 20
26 30
18 31
27 26
28 25
40 17
22 33
25 28
33 21
26 30
26 28
23 31
35 21
29 23
24 30
459 453
T
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
Pct.
.389
.480
.615
.464
.373
.509
.528
.702
.400
.472
.604
.464
.481
.426
.625
.558
.444
.503
UC Santa Barbara Coaching Records
NameSeasons
Overall Pct.
Spud Harder
1947-48, 1950-51
49-70-1.413
Joe Lantange
1949
10-16.385
Roy Engle
1952-53
30-25.545
Rene Rochelle
1954-59
68-77.469
Dave Gorrie
1960-77
343-370-1.481
Mike Simpson
1978-80
63-78-4.448
Al Ferrer
1981-94
445-330-10.574
Bob Brontsema
1994-present
459-453-2.503
Conf. Record
Pct.
CCAA
23-31-1.427
CCAA
6-9.400
CCAA
14-13.519
CCAA
31-33.484
CIBA2-13.133
CIBA
39-112.258
WCAC29-11.725
PCAA 41-51-1.446
SCBA7-17.292
SCBA
28-51.354
SCBA
59-50-1.541
PCAA53-40.570
BWC46-61.430
BWC
186-215.464
Date
Feb. 23
Feb. 27
Feb. 27
Feb. 28
March 2
March 5
March 6
March 7
March 12
March 13
March 13
March 14
March 20
March 20
March 21
March 23
March 26
March 27
March 28
April 1
April 3
April 3
April 6
April 9
April 10
April 11
April 13
April 16
April 17
April 18
April 20
April 23
April 24
April 25
April 27
April 30
May 1
May 2
May 4
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 11
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 18
May 21
May 22
May 23
May 25
May 28
May 29
May 30
Opponent
Result
Westmont
W, 18-4
at San Jose State
W, 7-0
at San Jose State
L, 5-6
at San Jose State
L, 2-4
at Loyola Marymount
W, 4-1
at No. 24 Stanford
L, 5-6
at No. 24 Stanford
L, 4-5 (11)
at No. 24 Stanford
W, 15-11
Northern Illinois
W, 8-1
Northern Illinois
W, 7-6
Northern Illinois
W, 3-2
Northern Illinois
W, 13-4
New Mexico State
W, 10-9
New Mexico State
L, 7-12
New Mexico State
L, 5-12
No. 3 UCLA
L, 1-7
San Francisco
L, 4-6
San Francisco
W, 3-2
San Francisco
W, 11-6
at Sacramento State
W, 9-0
at Sacramento State
L, 0-3
at Sacramento State
L, 9-10
Loyola Marymount
L, 4-12
at Cal Poly*
L, 3-4 (10)
at Cal Poly*
W, 10-9
at Cal Poly*
W, 10-3
Pepperdine
W, 15-10
No. 22 Cal State Fullerton*
W, 5-3
No. 22 Cal State Fullerton* L, 3-17
No. 22 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 1-6
at USC
L, 8-9
at Long Beach State
L, 1-12
at Long Beach State
L, 4-8
at Long Beach State
W, 4-1
USC
W, 5-4
UC Riverside*
W, 5-1
UC Riverside*
L, 2-9
UC Riverside*
L, 3-10
at Cal State Bakersfield
L, 0-4
Cal State Northridge*
L, 5-6 (14)
Cal State Northridge*
L, 4-11
Cal State Northridge*
W, 8-4
at Pepperdine
L, 4-5
at No. 27 UC Irvine*
L, 0-4
at No. 27 UC Irvine*
L, 1-8
at No. 27 UC Irvine*
W, 2-1
at No. 10 UCLA
L, 2-6
UC Davis*
L, 5-6
UC Davis*
L, 6-11
UC Davis*
L, 8-9
Cal State Bakersfield
L, 10-13
at Pacific*
W, 9-7
at Pacific*
W, 5-1
at Pacific*
W, 8-5 (10)
Big West Baseball
• Bob Brontsema enters his
18th season as UC Santa
Barbara’s head coach - the
longest tenure of active Big
West coaches.
• Brontsema currently has 186
Big West career wins, placing him fourth all-time. He
needs just two more conference wins to surpass Fresno
State’s Bob Bennett for third place.
• Brontsema, a 1985 UCSB graduate, was named Big
West Co-Coach of the Year in 1996 when the club finished
32-20 and qualified for the NCAA Regionals for the first
time since 1990.
• Brontsema has been involved with the UCSB program
since 1982, when he played for the Gauchos for two
years, earning All-Southern California Baseball Association honors as a second baseman in 1983. He served
as an assistant coach for 10 years before starting his
current post in 1994.
• In 1987 and 1988, Brontsema served as head coach for
the Santa Maria Indians semi-professional team. In those
two years, the Indians compiled an 89-15 record, earning
two trips to the National Baseball Congress World Series
in Wichita, Kan.
• Brontsema is a graduate of UCSB with a Bachelor of Arts
degree in Liberal Studies. He earned a Masters of Arts in
Education from Azusa Pacific University.
2010 Results
DH Doubleheader
* Big West game
Home games in bold
33
UC Santa Barbara
2010 Gaucho Statistics
Big West Baseball
34
Player
Ben Edelstein
Stephen Lapchak
Marty Mullins
Ryan Tregoning
Trevor Whyte
Matt Valaika
Beck Wheeler
Gunnar Terhune
Derek Eligio
Mark Haddow
Sean Williams
Dan Camou
Ryan Palermo
Bryce Tafelski
Doug Hansen
Brett Fick
Shane Arslan
Lance Roenicke
Steve Moon
Totals
Opponents
Player
Kevin Gelinas
Mario Hollands
Matthew Brady
Connor Whalen
Jesse Meaux
Greg Davis
David Meals
Mike Ford
Nick Capito
Nick Loredo
Sam Phippen
Totals
Opponents
All Games: 24-30
Player
Sam Phippen
Matthew Brady
Jesse Meaux
Mario Hollands
Greg Davis
David Meals
Connor Whalen
Nick Loredo
Nick Capito
Totals
Opponent
Road: 11-15
Neutral: 0-0
AVGGP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
.344 23
14
64 11 22 2 1 2 10 32 .500 4 0 13 0 .382 0 0 6
6
.333 5
0 3
0
1
0 0 0 1
1
.333 0 1 2 0 .400
1 0 0
0
.319 36
34 113 25 36 4 0 8 25 64 .566 14 7 18 2 .419 2 3 0
0
.314 36
32 118 27 37 7 2 2 21 54 .458 8 7 25 0 .388 1 2 7
8
.304 54
53 194 27 59 12 0 5 34 86
.443 16 12 35
2 .392
0 1 0 0
.301 49
49 183 32 55 9 2 4 35 80 .437 20
10 36 1 .397
1 2 3
4
.297 38
29 118 15 35
5
2 2 22 50
.424 6 1 16 7 .326 4 2 0
0
.280 54
53 211 36 59 10 3 2
28 81
.384 23 4 36 1 .358 2 7 17 22
.277 22
10 47
7 13 4 2 0 4 21 .447 4
1 12 1 .346 0 1 3
4
.273 53
53 198 38 54 5 3
6 26 83 .419 22 11 48 2 .373 2 2 17 21
.268 53
52 198 31 53 10 3 2 17 75 .379 31 3 32 2 .373 1 10 4
6
.250 12
4 16 2 4 0 0 0 2
4
.250 0 0 7 0 .250 0 1 0
0
.245 48
44 151 18 37 9 1 3 25 57 .377 10 5 38 1 .311 1
0 0
0
.241 25
17 58 10 14 3 0 0 4 17
.293 6
4 19 0 .353 0 0 1
1
.222 13
3 18 3
4 0 1 0 5
6
.333 0 1
5 0 .263 0 1 0
1
.205 27
6 44
4
9 0 0 1
2 12 .273 3 1
9
0 .271 0 0 0
0
.203 33
14 69 9 14 2 1 3 12 27 .391 5 1 24 1 .267
0 0
0
0
.196 25
13 51 13 10 3 1 3 8
24
.471 4 1 16 1 .263 1 1 1
3
.138 19
6 29 2 4 1 0 0 4 5
.172 5 0 13
1 .257 1 2 0
2
.276 54
54 1883 310 520 86 22 43 285 779
.414 181
70 404 22 .358 17 35 59 78
.307 54
54 1951 336 598 103 12 50 314 875 .448 150 61 306 17 .370 22 33 59 72
ERA
W-L
3.60
1-0
3.77
5-5
3.86
0-1
4.00
1-1
4.41
8-3
4.91
2-2
6.63
3-5
6.75
0-1
7.09
4-6
7.28
0-5
7.71
0-1
5.30 24-30
4.85 30-24
Player
Ben Edelstein
Ryan Tregoning
Marty Mullins
Trevor Whyte
Brett Fick
Matt Valaika
Dan Camou
Mark Haddow
Doug Hansen
Ryan Palermo
Gunnar Terhune
Derek Eligio
Sean Williams
Lance Roenicke
Beck Wheeler
Bryce Tafelski
Shane Arslan
Steve Moon
Totals
Opponents
Home: 13-15
APP
4
14
16
24
18
20
27
9
18
18
7
54
54
GS
0
14
0
0
14
7
0
0
13
6
0
54
54
CG
0
3
0
0
2
1
0
0
2
0
0
8
1
SHO CBO
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
3
2
Big West Games: 10-14
SV
0
0
0
0
3
0
3
0
0
2
0
8
9
IP
5.0
98.0
23.1
18.0
98.0
55.0
36.2
13.1
72.1
55.2
7.0
482.1
484.1
H
3
111
23
24
123
66
44
17
106
75
6
598
520
Home: 3-9
R
2
51
13
10
53
35
29
16
71
50
6
336
310
ER
2
41
10
8
48
30
27
10
57
45
6
284
261
BB
5
28
13
15
18
14
12
4
19
16
6
150
181
Road: 7-5
SO
6
80
8
21
39
47
26
7
42
24
6
306
404
HR
0
7
3
0
7
2
5
3
13
10
0
50
43
AB
17
385
91
77
401
225
141
57
304
228
25
1951
1883
B/Avg
.176
.288
.253
.312
.307
.293
.312
.298
.349
.329
.240
.307
.276
WP
1
5
0
3
4
2
4
1
0
1
0
21
46
HBP
0
7
1
7
8
6
5
7
11
8
1
61
70
BK
0
2
0
1
2
1
0
0
2
1
0
9
7
Neutral: 0-0
AVGGP GS AB R H2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
.375
11
10
40
8
15
1
1
2
8
24
.600
4
0
7
0
.432
0
0
5
5
.340
15
15
53
13
18
3
1
1
8
26
.491
4
2
13
0
.400
1
2
4
5
.319
14
14
47
10
15
1
0
5
11
31
.660
4
3
10
1
.407
0
2
0
0
.314
24
24
86
12
27
6
0
3
11
42
.488
8
6
11
1
.410
0
0
0
0
.304
16
3
23
3
7
0
0
1
1
10
.435
2
1
4
0
.385
0
0
0
0
.301
22
22
83
6
25
6
0
0
12
31
.373
8
4
20
1
.389
0
0
0
0
.286
8
4
14
2
4
0
0
0
2
4
.286
0
0
6
0
.286
0
1
0
0
.275
24
24
91
15
25
3
0
1
7
31
.341
7
3
22
0
.343
1
1
7
9
.273
7
2
11
2
3
0
1
0
3
5
.455
0
0
4
0
.273
0
1
0
1
.258
22
19
66
6
17
3
0
1
12
23
.348
4
3
13
1
.329
0
0
0
0
.250
24
24
96
13
24
5
0
1
11
32
.333 12
2
15
0
.342
1
3
7
8
.242
12
8
33
4
8
2
0
0
2
10
.303
2
1
9
1
.306
0
1
1
2
.207
23
23
87
7
18
4
0
1
6
25
.287 10
2
16
0
.303
0
5
0
2
.200
10
1
10
3
2
0
1
1
3
7
.700
1
0
5
0
.273
0
0
0
0
.167
14
8
36
2
6
1
0
0
3
7
.194
2
1
6
4
.231
0
1
0
0
.167
11
7
24
2
4
1
0
0
1
5
.208
1
1
10
0
.231
0
0
0
0
.130
13
4
23
2
3
0
0
1
2
6
.261
0
0
7
1
.130
0
0
0
0
.053
10
4
19
2
1
0
0
0
1
1
.053
1
0
9
1
.095
1
2
0
0
.264
24
24 842
112 222 36
4
18 104 320
.380 70
29 187
11
.340
4 19 24
32
.325
24
24 887
156 288 54
9
22 147 426
.480 49
29 124
9
.375
12 21 29
35
ERA
2.25
2.51
4.21
4.34
5.02
5.40
6.00
7.07
13.71
5.47
4.11
W-L
0-0
0-1
4-2
3-3
2-1
1-1
0-1
0-2
0-3
10-14
14-10
APP
4
6
10
8
7
12
8
6
8
2
24
GS
0
0
8
8
2
0
0
1
5
4 24
24
CG
0
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
4
0
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
SV
0
0
2
0
0
2
0
1
0
5
3
IP
4.0
14.1
57.2
56.0
28.2
16.2
6.0
14.0
21.2
219.0
221.0
H
3
12
73
73
38
18
7
20
44
288
222
R
1
5
28
36
19
11
5
12
39
156
112
ER
1
4
27
27
16
10
4
11
33
133
101
BB
1
4
9
11
5
4
4
1
10
49
70
SO
4
5
21
34
19
11
7
7
16
124
187
HR
0
1
5
6
0
2
0
2
6
22
18
AB
14
54
227
230
118
60
24
55
105
887
842
B/Avg
.214
.222
.322
.317
.322
.300
.292
.364
.419
.325
.264
WP
0
0
2
3
1
1
0
0
0
7
18
HBP
1
1
5
6
3
2
6
2
3
29
29
BK
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
1
4
3
44
Pacific
Quick Facts
Media Relations
Location:...............................................Stockton, Calif.
Enrollment:...........................................................6,235
Founded:...............................................................1851
Colors:..............................................Orange and Black
Nickname:...........................................................Tigers
President:........................................ Dr. Pamela Eibeck
Director of Athletics:....................................Lynn King
SWA:..........................................................Holly Trexler
Assistant AD/Communications:............ Mike Millerick
Baseball SID:....................................... Kevin Wilkinson
Phone:.................................................. (209) 946-2289
Fax:....................................................... (209) 946-2757
Email Address:..................... [email protected]
Website Address:..................... www.pacifictigers.com
Team Facts
Stadium:........................................... Klein Family Field
Capacity:..............................................................2,500
Dimensions:............................317, 380, 395, 367, 317
Date Opened:..........................................April 18, 2006
Press Box Phone:................................ (209) 946-7668
Top Attendance:................................... 1,443 (3/20/10)
..........................................................................vs. USC
All-time Record at Stadium.................................56-73
Tiger Roster
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28
29
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32
34
35
36
39
40
41
43
45
46
47
Player
Garrett Borba
Curtis Gomez
Jacob Sylvester
Riley Drongesen
Josh Simms
Tyger Pederson
Dustin Torchio
Brett Christopher
Jacob Waardenburg
Brian Essig
Jason Taasaas
Brent McMinn
Aaron Hassel
John Haberman
Erik Lockwood
Marcus Pointer
Allen Riley
Matt Carvutto
Robbie Richardson
Curtis Cantaloube
Daniel Johnston
Chris Larsen
Thomas Berolzheimer
John Prato Matthews
Brian Martin
Jonas Noack
Jared Wagner
Jake Hummel
Paul Moeller
Kyle Crawford
Andrew Wild
Peter Miller
Alec Williams
Ryan Kochan
Angel Rosendo
Pos.
INF
INF
C
INF
OF
INF
INF
OF
RHP
OF
C
OF/INF
C
1B/LHP
LHP/1B
RHP
OF
OF/RHP
RHP
RHP
INF/OF
RHP
RHP
OF/RHP
1B
RHP/1B
RHP
RHP/OF
LHP
LHP/OF
LHP
INF/RHP
OF
INF
C
B/T
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
S/R
S/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/L
R/R
S/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/L
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
Ht.
5-8
5-9
6-1
6-1
6-0
5-11
5-10
6-0
6-4
5-11
6-1
6-2
5-10
6-1
6-3
6-3
5-9
6-3
6-4
6-3
6-5
6-3
6-0
6-6
6-2
6-6
6-3
6-3
6-3
5-10
5-11
6-0
5-9
6-0
5-11
Wt.
155
165
210
195
170
175
160
180
218
180
195
185
185
220
190
180
185
210
210
185
195
190
185
220
215
235
210
215
185
170
191
235
165
150
170
Cl.
Hometown (Previous School)
Jr.
Merced, Calif. (Merced JC)
Fr.
Watsonville, Calif. (St. Francis CCC HS)
Jr.
Livermore, Calif. (Livermore HS)
Fr.
Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay HS)
Jr.
La Mesa, Calif. (Grossmont HS)
So.*
Palo Alto, Calif. (University of Redlands)
So.
Santa Cruz, Calif. (Santa Cruz HS)
Jr.
Livermore, Calif. (Livermore HS)
Jr. Klamath Falls, Ore. (Western Nevada Coll.)
Fr.
Salt Lake City, Utah (Brighton HS)
Fr.
Elk Grove, Calif. (Franklin HS)
So.
Houston, Texas (Cisco JC)
Jr.* Tarzana, Calif. (Cosumnes River College)
So.
Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s HS)
Fr.
Broomfield, Colo. (Broomfield)
Sr.
Pacifica, Calif. (Skyline JC)
Jr.
Fresno, Calif. (Edison HS)
Sr.
Poway, Calif. (Palomar College)
Sr.
Lodi, Calif. (Cosumnes River College)
Fr.
El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Oak Ridge HS)
Jr.*
Portola Valley, Calif. (Canada JC)
Jr.
Moline, Ill. (Chandler Gilbert CC)
Sr.
Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s HS)
Jr.
Davis, Calif. (Sacramento City CC)
Sr.
Livermore, Calif. (Livermore HS)
So.*
San Diego, Calif. (University City HS)
Jr.*
Daneville, Calif. (Seward CC)
Sr.
Peoria, Ariz. (Scottsdale CC)
So.*
Folsom, Calif. (Cosumnes River JC)
Fr.
Modesto, Calif. (Beyer HS)
Fr.*
Visalia, Calif. (Mt. Whitney HS)
Fr.
Santa Cruz, Calif. (Santa Cruz HS)
Fr.
Omaha, Neb. (Westside HS)
Fr.
San Ramon, Calif. (California HS)
Fr.
Caracas, Venezuela (Los Arcos)
Date
Feb. 18
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March 6
March 8
March 11
March 12
March 13
March 18
March 19
March 20
March 23
March 25
March 26
March 27
March 29
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 5
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 12
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 21
April 22
April 23
April 26
April 29
April 30
May 1
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 10
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 20
May 21
May 22
May 24
May 27
May 28
May 29
Opponent
Kansas State
Kansas State
Kansas State
N.C. State&
Kansas State&
Western Kentucky&
Sacramento State
Gonzaga
Gonzaga
Gonzaga
San Jose State
at Nevada
at Nevada
at Nevada
at USC
at USC
at USC
Stanford
San Francisco
at San Francisco
at San Francisco
at Sacramento State
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
Long Beach State*
at California
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
at UC Riverside*
at Stanford
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
UC Irvine*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Cal State Northridge*
at Santa Clara
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
at Cal State Fullerton*
UC Davis*
UC Davis*
UC Davis*
at San Jose State
at Seattle
at Seattle
at Seattle
at Washington
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
Cal Poly*
California
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
at UC Santa Barbara*
Time
6 pm
2 pm
11 am
9 am
10:30 am
8 am
6 pm
6 pm
2 pm
1 pm
6 pm
2 pm
1 pm
1 pm
6 pm
2 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
2 pm
1 pm
2 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
2:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
5:30 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
3 pm
1 pm
6 pm
7 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
3 pm
6 pm
2 pm
Noon
2 pm
6 pm
6 pm
1 pm
6 pm
3 pm
1 pm
1 pm
Big West Baseball
Head Coach:...............................................Ed Sprague
Alma Mater (Year):...............................Stanford (1988)
Career Record:.............................162-226 (7 seasons)
Record at PAC:............................162-226 (7 seasons)
Assistant Coach:..................................... Don Barbara
Assistant Coach:............................... Mike McCormick
Volunteer Assistant Coach:....................Keith Komeiji
Director of Baseball Operations:... Chris McCormack
Baseball Office:................................... (209) 946-7309
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...........................16/12
Position Starters Returning/Lost...........................6/3
Pitchers Returning/Lost:.........................................6/4
2010 Overall Record:...........................................31-23
2010 Big West Record:.......................12-12, 4th place
Stadium Facts
2011 Schedule
& Baseball at the Beach (Myrtle Beach, S.C.)
DH Doubleheader
* Big West game
All times Pacific
Home games in bold
*Has utilized his redshirt year
35
Pacific
Head Coach Ed Sprague
8th Season • Stanford (1988)
Date
Opponent
Result
Feb. 19
San Francisco
W, 3-1
Feb. 20
San Francisco
L, 5-6
Feb. 20
San Francisco
W, 10-3
W
L T Pct.
• Ed Sprague enters his eighth Year School
Feb. 24
at No. 17 Stanford
L, 6-11
20 34 0 .370
year as the head coach of the 2004 Pacific
Feb. 27
Nevada
W, 11-6
2005 Pacific
30 28 0 .517
Pacific baseball program.
Feb. 27
Nevada
W, 6-4
30 25 0 .545
• In 2005 and 2006, Sprague 2006 Pacific
Feb. 28
Nevada
L, 3-10
16 43 0 .271
led the Tigers to back-to-back 2007 Pacific
March 4
Seattle
W, 11-5
14 41 0 .255
30-win seasons for the first time 2008 Pacific
March 5
Seattle
W, 8-1
21 32 0 .396
in school history. Pacific also 2009 Pacific
March 6
Seattle
L, 9-10
31 23 0 .574
posted its first 10-win month (February 2006) under the 2010 Pacific
March 7
Seattle
W, 19-9
7
year
total
162
226 0 .418
helm of Sprague.
March 11 vs. Gonzaga&
W, 6-1
• It took just four more years for Sprague to record a third
March 12 vs. Notre Dame&
W, 8-4
winning season and he led the Tigers to one of their best
March 13 vs. Bradley&
L, 1-10
seasons in program history, finishing 2010 with a 31-23
March 14 vs. Notre Dame&
W, 3-2
overall record that included a new program record for
March 16 at Sacramento State
L, 4-5
victories over Division I opponents.
March 19 USC
W, 8-2
• Sprague enjoyed an 11-year career at the major league
March 20 USC
W, 6-5
level, playing on World Series Champion teams with the
March 21 USC
L, 9-15
Toronto Blue Jays in 1992 and 1993.
March 23 No. 19 Stanford
W, 9-4
• He also had a distinguished collegiate career at Stanford
March 26 at San Jose State
W, 18-10
as the starting third baseman on the 1987 and 1988
March 27 at San Jose State
W, 8-7
NCAA Championship teams. In 1988, he was named an
March 28 San Jose State
W, 3-2 (11)
All-American after hitting .339 with 22 homers and 81 RBI.
April 1
at Long Beach State*
W, 2-1
Sprague was selected in the first round of the 1988 major
April 2
at Long Beach State*
L, 4-13
league draft by Toronto.
April 3
at Long Beach State*
L, 2-8
• Sprague also won a gold medal as a member of the 1988
April 6
at Santa Clara
L, 3-9
U.S. Olympic Baseball Team, making him the only player
April 9
UC Riverside*
W, 7-6
ever to win a College World Series, Olympic Gold Medal
April 10
UC Riverside*
W, 6-5
and a Major League Baseball World Series.
April 10
UC Riverside*
L, 3-5 (11)
April 13
Sacramento State
W, 5-2
April 16
at UC Irvine*
L, 2-4
April 17
at UC Irvine*
W, 7-4
Pacific Coaching Records
April 18
at UC Irvine*
W, 7-2
April 20
at No. 15 California
L, 6-13
Name
Seasons
Overall Pct.
Conf. Record
Pct.
April 23
Cal State Northridge*
L, 1-8
Larry Siemering
1945
15-5.750
None
April 24
Cal State Northridge*
W, 4-1
Hugh McWilliams
1946-52
91-77-3.541
None
April 25
Cal State Northridge*
W, 12-4
Van Sweet
1953-54
13-32-1.293
None
April 28
Santa Clara
W, 12-7
Charles Melick
1955
0-19-1.025
None
April 30
No. 12 Cal State Fullerton*
L, 2-6
Skip Rowland
1956-57
13-24.351
None
May 1
No. 12 Cal State Fullerton* L, 7-11
Sid Hall
1958-59
17-22.436
None
May 2
No. 12 Cal State Fullerton* W, 18-10
Chuck Chatfield
1960
8-12.400
None
May 6
at UC Davis*
W, 12-1
Bill Tunnell
1961
12-8.600
None
May 7
at UC Davis*
W, 7-5
Bob Mazzuca
1962
6-21.222
None
May 8
at UC Davis*
W, 11-7
Bob Vanderwall
1963
7-17.292
None
May 14
at Cal State Bakersfield
L, 1-4 (10)
Tom Stubbs
1964-71, 1973-81
410-384-3.516
WCAC
43-27.614
May 15
at Cal State Bakersfield
W, 8-5
PCAA35-49.417
May 16
at Cal State Bakersfield
L, 6-15
NCBA 121-130.482
May 21
at Cal Poly*
L, 4-8
John Gunther
1972
21-28.429
PCAA
7-11.389
May 22
at Cal Poly*
W, 8-4
John Picone
1982-87
126-187.403
PCAA
20-49.290
May 23
at Cal Poly*
L, 3-11
Keith Snider
1988-89
35-73.324
PCAA
9-12.429
May 28
UC Santa Barbara*
L, 7-9
BWC4-17.190
May 29
UC Santa Barbara*
L, 1-5
Quincey Noble
1990-03
353-390-1.475
BWC
103-225.314
UC Santa Barbara*
L, 5-8 (10)
Ed Sprague
2004-present
162-226.418
BWC
52-104.333May 30
$ Irish Baseball Classic (San Antonio, Texas)
DH Doubleheader
* Big West game
Home games in bold
Big West Baseball
Career Record: 162-226
PAC Record: 162-226
36
2010 Results
Sprague’s Career
Coaching Record
46
Pacific
2010 Tiger Statistics
All Games: 31-23
Home: 18-11
Road: 10-11
Neutral: 3-1
AVGGP GS AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
1.000
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
2
2.000
0
0
0
0 1.000
0
0
0
0
1.000
4
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
2.000
0
0
0
0 1.000
0
0
0
0
.376 53
53 221
43
83
10
0
6
31 111
.502
8
5 31
10
.407
2
0
4
7
.375
4
2
8
2
3
0
0
0
1
3
.375
0
0
1
0
.375
0
0
0
0
.364 54
54 228
37
83
15
1
0
38 100
.439
25
3 31
4
.432
1
2
0
3
.333
8
6
24
4
8
1
0
0
0
9
.375
2
0
6
0
.385
0
2
3
3
.333
3
0
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
.333
1
0
1
0
.500
0
0
0
0
.332 53
52 187
46
62
8
3
5
29
91
.487
26
4 29
4
.424
0
8 12
15
.327 54
54 223
49
73
12
1
12
52 123
.552
22
2 48
2
.390
2
0
4
4
.327 54
51 202
49
66
18
1
5
35 101
.500
37
2 38
6
.432
2
0
9
11
.321 42
39 156
17
50
13
0
0
30
63
.404
9
1 26
6
.359
1
0
0
0
.312 52
52 173
27
54
10
1
1
27
69
.399
16
3 16
3
.372
4 12
3
5
.312 53
53 218
37
68
8
6
5
39 103
.472
13
8 43
2
.368
3 12
8
11
.303 30
27
99
14
30
5
1
0
17
37
.374
5
3
11
5
.352
1
0
0
0
.274 36
25
95
17
26
4
0
1
16
33
.347
7
3 20
1
.333
3
4
4
5
.237 23
11
59
7
14
2
0
0
6
16
.271
3
0 14
2
.274
0
0
0
0
.222 16
5
27
5
6
2
1
0
4
10
.370
4
0
2
0
.313
1
2
0
0
.000
8
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
2
0
1
0
.286
0
0
0
0
.000
4
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
2
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.325 54
54 1935 357 629 110
15
35 326 874
.452 180
34 320
45
.389 20 42 47
64
.312 54
54 1911 334 596 134
11
45 308 887
.464 169
48 303
44
.378 22 42 40
65
Player
Robbie Richardson
Hunter Carnevale
Matthew Carvutto
Marcus Pointer
Jake Hummel
David Rowse
Casey Neimeyer
John Haberman
Jonas Noack
Thom Berolzheimer
Jamie Niley
Jo Prato Matthews
Totals
Opponents
ERA
W-L
3.26 1-2
3.53 5-4
3.86 0-0
4.58 7-5
4.65 7-4
5.93 8-2
6.95 1-2
7.97 1-1
10.12 0-0
10.24 0-1
11.05 1-0
15.83 0-2
5.39 31-23
5.72 23-31
APP
23
24
2
15
22
15
10
7
4
13
16
9
54
54
CG
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
5
SHO CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Big West Games: 12-12
Player
AVG GP GS
Jamie Niley
1.000
1
0
Josh Simms
.381
6
6
Nick Longmire
.354
24
24
Joe Oliveira
.352
24
24
Brian Martin
.343
24
24
Brett Christopher
.340
24
24
J.B. Brown
.303
24
24
Matthew Carvutto .297
12
10
Mike Walker
.286
24
24
Ben Gorang
.240
24
24
John Haberman
.222
21
20
Dustin Torchio
.222
6
1
Matt Fuson
.207
13
9
Allen Riley
.071
8
2
Marcus Pointer
.000
1
0
Hunter Carnevale .000
1
0
Totals
.302
24
24
Opponents
.328
24
24
Player
Casey Neimeyer
Robbie Richardson
Hunter Carnevale
Jake Hummel
Marcus Pointer
David Rowse
Jamie Niley
Thom Berolzheimer
Totals
Opponents
GS
0
2
0
15
13
15
3
3
0
1
1
1
54
54
ERA
0.00
3.45
4.76
4.85
5.49
7.12
8.31
8.53
5.51
4.83
W-L APP
0-0
2
0-1
10
3-2
10
4-2
10
2-5
8
3-2
8
0-0
7
0-0
7
12-12
24
12-12
24
SV
3
5
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
12
5
IP
38.2
74.0
2.1
106.0
93.0
88.0
22.0
20.1
2.2
9.2
14.2
9.2
481.0
473.2
H
48
79
4
105
111
125
36
26
6
15
17
24
596
629
Home: 5-7
R
20
35
2
59
58
60
19
19
4
11
23
24
334
357
ER
14
29
1
54
48
58
17
18
3
11
18
17
288
301
BB
11
21
1
45
25
17
5
12
2
4
15
11
169
180
Road: 7-5
SO
17
66
1
65
57
46
12
17
1
9
5
7
303
320
HR
3
4
0
9
7
11
5
3
0
2
0
1
45
35
AB
150
275
12
396
371
365
95
83
14
42
59
49
1911
1935
B/Avg
.320
.287
.333
.265
.299
.342
.379
.313
.429
.357
.288
.490
.312
.325
WP
0
7
0
3
6
1
1
3
1
0
4
3
29
31
HBP
0
8
0
7
6
7
1
1
0
0
12
6
48
34
BK
2
2
0
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
9
9
Neutral: 0-0
AB R H 2B3BHRRBI TBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB% SFSHSBATT
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
2
2.000
0
0
0
0 1.000
0
0
0
0
21
4
8
1
0
0
0
9
.429
2
0
5
0
.435
0
1
3
3
96
27
34
12
0
2
14
52
.542 19
1
17
2
.466
0
0
4
5
88
24
31
4
1
5
16
52
.591 10
2
19
1
.430
0
4
3
6
99
13
34
4
0
0
16
38
.384 13
1
18
1
.421
1
1
0
1
100
15
34
4
3
2
21
50
.500
3
4
25
1
.376
2
7
3
5
99
15
30
1
0
2
12
37
.374
7
2
14
2
.358
1
0
1
3
37
1
11
1
0
0
8
12
.324
1
2
3
2
.341
1
0
0
0
98
16
28
3
0
4
22
43
.439 13
0
20
1
.366
1
0
2
2
75
11
18
3
0
1
10
24
.320
11
0
9
0
.330
2
9
1
2
81
7
18
3
0
0
8
21
.259
5
0
12
4
.267
0
0
0
0
9
1
2
0
1
0
1
4
.444
0
0
0
0
.222
0
0
0
0
29
5
6
1
0
0
3
7
.241
2
2
9
0
.303
0
3
1
1
14
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
.071
2
0
2
0
.188
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
.000
0
0
0
0
847 142 256
38
5
16 132 352
.416 88
14 153
14
.374
8 25 18
28
868 146 285
62
7
23 140 430
.495 69
15 127
20
.385
7 23 17
28
GS
0
0
0
8
8
8
0
0
24
24
CG
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
3
SHO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CBO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV
0
1
3
1
0
0
0
0
5
4
IP
1.2
15.2
28.1
55.2
59.0
43.0
4.1
6.1
214.0
214.1
H
2
23
36
74
71
69
3
7
285
256
R
1
7
18
36
39
34
5
6
146
142
ER
0
6
15
30
36
34
4
6
131
115
BB
1
3
10
14
27
9
4
1
69
88
SO
1
8
27
30
32
21
1
7
127
153
HR
0
1
2
5
7
7
0
1
23
16
AB
7
65
108
229
231
187
15
26
868
847
B/Avg
.286
.354
.333
.323
.307
.369
.200
.269
.328
.302
WP
0
0
5
3
2
0
1
0
11
10
HBP
0
0
1
5
3
3
3
0
15
14
BK
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
3
5
Big West Baseball
Player
Jamie Niley
Kyle Dodge
J.B. Brown
Jake Hummel
Brian Martin
Josh Simms
Aaron Hassel
Joe Oliveira
Mike Walker
Nick Longmire
John Haberman
Ben Gorang
Brett Christopher
Matthew Carvutto
Matt Fuson
Allen Riley
Dustin Torchio
Jacob Sylvester
Ronnie Burton Jr.
Jo Prato Matthews
Richard Guerrero
Marcus Pointer
Hunter Carnevale
Totals
Opponents
37
Season Recap
2010 Final Standings
W
21
17
13
12
10
10
9
9
7
*^Cal State Fullerton
^UC Irvine
UC Riverside
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Cal State Northridge
UC Davis
Long Beach State
Conference
L
3
7
11
12
14
14
15
15
17
* Big West Champion
Pct.
.875
.708
.542
.500
.417
.417
.375
.375
.292
W
46
39
32
31
24
23
29
26
23
Super Regionals
Big West Baseball
Overall
Pct.
.719
.650
.582
.574
.444
.418
.518
.473
.418
T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Home
26-9
19-9
22-6
18-11
13-15
15-17
17-13
11-15
11-18
Away
19-8
17-10
9-15
10-11
11-15
7-13
11-13
13-14
12-14
Ntrl.
1-1
3-2
1-2
3-1
0-0
1-2
1-1
2-0
0-0
^ NCAA Tournament
2010 Final Polls
Postseason Results
Friday, June 11
Cal State Fullerton 4, def. No. 6 UCLA 3$
Saturday, June 12
No. 6 UCLA 11, Cal State Fullerton 7 (10)$
Sunday, June 13
No. 6 UCLA 8, Cal State Fullerton 1 $
Regionals
Friday, June 4
No. 4 Minnesota 3, No. 1 Cal State Fullerton [email protected]
No. 2 LSU 11, No. 3 UC Irvine 10 (11)$
Saturday, June 5
No. 1 Cal State Fullerton 6, No. 2 Stanford [email protected]
No. 3 UC Irvine 19, No. 4 Kent State 9$
Sunday, June 6
No. 1 Cal State Fullerton 11, No. 3 New Mexico [email protected]
No. 1 Cal State Fullerton 7, No. 4 Minnesota [email protected]
No. 3 UC Irvine 4, No. 2 LSU 3$
No. 1 UCLA 6, No. 3 UC Irvine 2$
Monday, June 7
No. 1 Cal State Fullerton 9, No. 4 Minnesota [email protected]
@ - Fullerton, Calif..; $ - Los Angeles, Calif.
Big West vs. Non-Conference Opponents
38
L
18
21
23
23
30
32
27
29
32
America East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0
Atlantic Coast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1
Atlantic 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Big East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Big Sky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Big South . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2
Big Ten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Big 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Colonial Athletic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0
Conference USA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Great West . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0
Horizon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Independents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
IVY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Metro Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Mid-American . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0
Mid-Eastern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0
Missouri Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Mountain West . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-8
Northeast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Ohio Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Pac-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-41
Patriot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Southeastern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Southern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Southland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Southwestern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1
Summit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
Sun Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
West Coast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51-28
Western Athletic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23
Non-Division I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0
Reclassifying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-10
Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163-125
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
South Carolina
UCLA
TCU
Clemson
Oklahoma
Florida State
Arizona State
Florida
Texas
Virginia
Coastal Carolina
Cal State Fullerton
Miami
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
South Carolina
UCLA
TCU
Arizona State
Oklahoma
Florida State
Florida
Virginia
Texas
Clemson
Cal State Fullerton
Coastal Carolina
Arkansas
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
South Carolina
UCLA
TCU
Clemson
Oklahoma
Florida State
Arizona State
Florida
Texas
Virginia
Coastal Carolina
Cal State Fullerton
Vanderbilt
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
South Carolina
UCLA
TCU
Clemson
Oklahoma
Florida State
Arizona State
Florida
Texas
Virginia
Coastal Carolina
Cal State Fullerton
Miami
Collegiate Baseball
14.
Vanderbilt
15.
Arkansas
16.
Alabama
17.
Georgia Tech
18.
Texas A&M
19.
Louisville
20.Auburn
21.
Washington State
22.
UC Irvine
23.
St. John’s
24.Mississippi
25.LSU
Baseball America
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
Vanderbilt
Miami
Alabama
Louisville
Georgia Tech
Auburn
Virginia Tech
Rice
UC Irvine
Texas A&M
Washington State
USA Today/ESPN
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Arkansas
Miami
Louisville
Georgia Tech
Alabama
Auburn
Rice
Texas A&M
UC Irvine
Connecticut
Mississippi
LSU
NCBWA
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Arkansas
Vanderbilt
Georgia Tech
Louisville
Alabama
Auburn
UC Irvine
Rice
Connecticut
Virginia Tech
Texas A&M
Oregon
38
All-Americans
2010 National Accolades
Baseball All-America
First Team
Christian Colon, SS, Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Gary Brown, OF, Cal State Fullerton
Third Team
Noe Ramirez, P, Cal State Fullerton
Freshman Team
Dylan Floro, P, Cal State Fullerton
(Big West honorees only)
Freshman Team
Dylan Floro, P, Cal State Fullerton
Carlos Lopez, DH, Cal State Fullerton
NCBWA All-America
First Team
Gary Brown, OF, Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Daniel Bibona, P, UC Irvine
Third Team
Daniel Renken, P, Cal State Fullerton
Brooks Wallace Semifinalist
Christian Colon, SS, Cal State Fullerton
Dick Howser Trophy Semifinalist
Daniel Bibona, P, UC Irvine
Johnny Bench Award Semifinalist
Robert Brantly, C, UC Riverside
Pitcher of the Year Semifinalist
Noe Ramirez, P, Cal State Fullerton
Gary Brown, Cal State Fullerton
Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Semifinalist
Nick Ramirez, UTL, Cal State Fullerton
2010 NCAA Leaders
Individual Hitting
Category
Batting Average
Runs
Doubles Per Game
Doubles
Triples Per Game
Triples
Stolen Bases Per Game
Runs Batted In
Toughest To Strike Out
Individual Pitching
Category
Victories
Player, School
Gary Brown, CSF
Christian Colon, CSF
Nick Ramirez, CSF
Nick Ramirez, CSF
Gary Brown, CSF
CJ Belanger, CSUN
Gary Brown, CSF
CJ Belanger, CSUN
Gary Brown, CSF
Jared Clark, CSF
Jeff Cusick, UCI
Gary Brown, CSF
Player, School
Daniel Renken, CSF
Noe Ramirez, CSF
Earned Run Average
Daniel Bibona, UCI
Saves
Nick Ramirez, CSF
Strikeouts
Noe Ramirez, CSF
Hits Allowed/Nine Innings Evan Brock, UCI
Walks Allowed/Nine Innings Dylan Floro, CSF
Christian Bergman, UCI
Daniel Bibona, UCI
Avg./No.
.438
73
.44
28
.16
.13
8
7
8
82
23.2
17.5
Rank
8th
25th
25th
7th
12th
25th
10th
18th
10th
7th
8th
24th
Avg./No.
12
12
2.48
11
119
4.94
1.09
1.42
1.43
Rank
T5th
T5th
24th
22nd
16th
2nd
6th
18th
20th
Team Hitting
Category
Batting Average
Hits
Doubles Per Game
Doubles
Triples Per Game
School
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Long Beach State
Avg./No.
.337
763
2.51
151
.45
.42
.42
27
25
23
112
70
61
56
Rank
17th
9th
25th
15th
13th
T22nd
T22nd
7th
16th
24th
22nd
6th
13th
23rd
School
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Long Beach State
Hits Allowed/Nine Innings Cal State Fullerton
Walks Allowed/Nine Innings Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Avg./No.
70
61
56
8.93
2.46
2.56
2.80
2.91
Rank
6th
13th
23rd
21st
14th
5th
11th
18th
Miscellaneous
Category
Fielding Percentage
Avg./No.
.974
Rank
23rd
Triples
Stolen Bases
Sacrifice Bunts
Team Pitching
Category
Earned Run Average
School
UC Irvine
Big West Baseball
Collegiate Baseball All-America
First Team
Daniel Bibona, P, UC Irvine
Gary Brown, OF, Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Nick Ramirez, UTL, Cal State Fullerton
Noe Ramirez, P, Cal State Fullerton
Third Team
Daniel Renken, P, Cal State Fullerton
Freshman Team
Dylan Floro, P, Cal State Fullerton
Mitch Haniger, OF, Cal Poly
Carlos Lopez, DH, Cal State Fullerton
Mitch Patito, P, UC Riverside
Ping! Baseball All-America
First Team
Daniel Bibona, P, UC Irvine
Gary Brown, OF, Cal State Fullerton
Nick Ramirez, UTL, Cal State Fullerton
Noe Ramirez, P, Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Christian Colon, SS, Cal State Fullerton
Freshman Team
Dylan Floro, P, Cal State Fullerton
Mitch Haniger, OF, Cal Poly
Carlos Lopez, DH, Cal State Fullerton
Mitch Patito, P, UC Riverside
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Batting Statistics
2010 Big West Team Batting Statistics
Team
Cal State Fullerton Pacific
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
UC Davis
Cal Poly
Cal State Northridge Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Avg. G AB R H 2B
64 .337 2266 493 763 151
54 .325 1935 357 629 110 55 .311 1931 388 600
128 60 .308 2104 397
647
138 55 .304 1935 334 589 103 55 .304 1990 402
605 138 56 .302
2005 375
605 122 55 .301
1932 317
582
125 54 .276 1883 310 520
86
3B HR RBI TBSLG%
27 65
458 1163
.513
15 35 326
874
.452
23
58
352
948
.491
14 41
370
936
.445
8
24 304
780
.403
25 49 370
940
.472
16 49
347
906
.452
16
26 290
817
.423
22 43 285
779
.414
BB HBP
187
92 180 34
184 53
208 82
153 72
222 54
190 77
161 52
181 70 SO
316 320 297
257 279 419
371 323
404 OB%SB-SBA
.405
112-157
.389
47-64
.380
22-42
.387
40-68
.372
40-67
.384
64-80
.380
88-111
.368
57-95
.358
59-78
2010 Big West Individual Batting Statistics
Big West Baseball
(Minimum 2.0 AB per team game/sorted by average)
40
Player
Gary Brown, CSF
Devin Lohman, LBSU
Justin Shults, UCR
David Popkins, UCD
Jeff Cusick, UCI
J.B. Brown, PAC
Corey Jones, CSF
Robert Brantly, UCR
Brian Martin, PAC
Tony Nix, UCR
Christian Colon, CSF
C.J. Belanger, CSUN
Scott Lyman, UCD
Tyler Pill, CSF
Carlos Lopez, CSF
Drew Hillman, UCI
Bobby Crocker, CP
Steve Tinoco, LBSU
Luke Yoder, CP
Nick Ramirez, CSF
AVG
.438
.404
.390
.388
.379
.376
.374
.373
.364
.361
.358
.357
.356
.354
.353
.352
.351
.348
.347
.346
GP
50
40
52
51
59
53
63
54
54
46
64
56
51
55
62
34
55
55
53
64
GS
48
39
48
50
59
53
63
54
54
43
64
55
51
55
60
25
54
54
52
64
AB
210
151
187
188
232
221
222
209
228
166
268
213
202
198
238
91
222
210
222
260
R
63
31
44
40
43
43
50
50
37
45
73
41
39
43
44
24
42
30
61
62
H
92
61
73
73
88
83
83
78
83
60
96
76
72
70
84
32
78
73
77
90
2B
20
17
20
15
21
10
13
18
15
19
18
16
19
13
16
7
15
11
21
28
3B
8
1
2
3
0
0
6
1
1
2
2
7
0
1
3
1
5
1
5
1
HR
6
1
11
5
8
6
9
7
0
11
17
4
5
7
7
4
3
1
15
16
RBI
41
24
62
43
62
31
56
39
38
43
68
43
40
42
51
19
49
45
46
75
TB
146
83
130
109
133
111
135
119
100
116
169
118
106
106
127
53
112
89
153
168
SLG%
.695
.550
.695
.580
.573
.502
.608
.569
.439
.699
.631
.554
.525
.535
.534
.582
.505
.424
.689
.646
BB
9
18
24
19
26
8
26
23
25
9
34
22
7
11
22
7
23
17
34
19
HBP
10
3
1
12
9
5
16
5
3
13
13
7
4
11
2
5
9
4
2
6
OB%
.485
.471
.458
.473
.454
.407
.468
.440
.432
.425
.447
.429
.388
.411
.406
.423
.425
.402
.436
.395
SB ATT
32
37
7
15
0
3
2
4
1
3
4
7
6
9
0
1
0
3
5
6
13
19
6
9
1
3
10
16
5
9
0
2
18
22
2
3
17
19
6
6
2010 Big West Individual Batting Leaders
Hits
Christian Colon, CSF...........................96
Gary Brown, CSF................................92
Nick Ramirez, CSF............................. 90
Jeff Cusick, UCI................................. 88
Carlos Lopez, CSF...............................84
Brian Martin, PAC................................83
Corey Jones, CSF................................83
J.B. Brown, PAC..................................83
Bobby Crocker, CP..............................78
Robert Brantly, UCR............................78
RBI
Nick Ramirez, CSF..............................75
Christian Colon, CSF...........................68
Ryan Pineda, CSUN........................... 66
Justin Shults, UCR............................. 62
Jeff Cusick, UCI.................................. 62
Corey Jones, CSF................................56
Mike Walker, PAC................................52
Carlos Lopez, CSF...............................51
Bobby Crocker, CP............................. 49
Dominic D'Anna, CSUN.......................47
Stolen Bases
Gary Brown, CSF.................................32
Ryan Pineda, CSUN............................24
Ridge Carpenter, CSUN......................20
Bobby Crocker, CP..............................18
Luke Yoder, CP................................... 17
Mark Haddow, UCSB...........................17
Gunnar Terhune, UCSB.......................17
Andrew Muren, CSUN.........................13
Christian Colon, CSF...........................13
2 tied at................................................12
Home Runs
Christian Colon, CSF...........................17
Nick Ramirez, CSF..............................16
Ryan Pineda, CSUN............................16
Luke Yoder, CP....................................15
Mike Walker, PAC............................... 12
Justin Shults, UCR..............................11
Tony Nix, UCR.....................................11
Corey Jones, CSF..................................9
5 tied at..................................................8
Doubles
Nick Ramirez, CSF..............................28
Jeff Cusick, UCI...................................21
Luke Yoder, CP................................... 21
Gary Brown, CSF................................20
Justin Shults, UCR..............................20
Brian Hernandez, UCI.........................19
Brennan Metzger, LBSU......................19
Tony Nix, UCR.....................................19
Scott Lyman, UCD...............................19
4 tied at................................................18
Triples
Gary Brown, CSF..................................8
C.J. Belanger, CSUN.............................7
Brett Christopher, PAC..........................6
Matt Jensen, CP....................................6
Corey Jones, CSF.................................6
Brian McConkey, UCR...........................6
Bobby Crocker, CP................................5
Luke Yoder, CP......................................5
TJ Mittelstaedt, LBSU............................5
Casey Stevenson, UCI......................... 4
Runs
Christian Colon, CSF...........................73
Casey Stevenson, UCI........................63
Gary Brown, CSF.................................63
Nick Ramirez, CSF..............................62
Luke Yoder, CP....................................61
Ryan Pineda, CSUN........................... 57
Adam Melker, CP.................................52
Joey Gonzales, UCR...........................51
3 tied at................................................50
Walks
Nick Longmire, PAC............................37
Christian Colon, CSF...........................34
Luke Yoder, CP....................................34
Sean Williams, UCSB..........................31
Justin DeMarco, CSUN.......................29
Joe Oliveira, PAC................................26
Corey Jones, CSF...............................26
Dominic D'Anna, CSUN.......................26
Jeff Cusick, UCI...................................26
Evan Busby, CP...................................26
On-Base Percentage
Gary Brown, CSF............................. .485
David Popkins, UCD........................ .473
Corey Jones, CSF............................ .468
Justin Shults, UCR.......................... .458
Jeff Cusick, UCI............................... .454
Christian Colon, CSF....................... .447
Robert Brantly, UCR........................ .440
Luke Yoder, CP................................ .436
Nick Longmire, PAC........................ .432
Brian Martin, PAC............................ .432
Slugging Percentage
Tony Nix, UCR................................. .699
Gary Brown, CSF............................. .695
Justin Shults, UCR.......................... .695
Luke Yoder, CP................................ .689
Nick Ramirez, CSF.......................... .646
Christian Colon, CSF....................... .631
Corey Jones, CSF........................... .608
Ryan Pineda, CSUN........................ .589
David Popkins, UCD........................ .580
Jeff Cusick, UCI............................... .573
Hit by Pitch
Brennan Metzger, LBSU......................20
Eric Johnson, UCD..............................17
Corey Jones, CSF...............................16
Trevor Hairgrove, UCR........................15
Christian Colon, CSF...........................13
Tony Nix, UCR.....................................13
Andrew Muren, CSUN.........................13
Trevor Whyte, UCSB...........................12
David Popkins, UCD............................12
2 tied at................................................11
Total Bases
Christian Colon, CSF.........................169
Nick Ramirez, CSF............................168
Luke Yoder, CP..................................153
Gary Brown, CSF...............................146
Ryan Pineda, CSUN..........................136
Corey Jones, CSF..............................135
Jeff Cusick, UCI.................................133
Justin Shults, UCR............................130
Carlos Lopez, CSF.............................127
Mike Walker, PAC..............................123
Pitching Statistics
2010 Big West Team Pitching Statistics
Team
ERA
Cal State Fullerton
3.78 UC Irvine
3.98 Long Beach State
4.67 UC Santa Barbara
5.30 Pacific
5.39 Cal State Northridge 5.81 UC Riverside
5.85 UC Davis
6.68 Cal Poly
6.75 W
46
39
23
24
31
29
32
26
23
L
18 21 32 30 23 27 23 29 32 G CGSHO CBO
64 6
7
3
60 6 4
2 55 3 1
0 54
8
2
1
54 3 0
0 56 3 0
0
55 6
1
0 55 4 3
3
55
2 0
0
SV
15 17 3
8
12 8
9
9
8
IP
571.2
541.0 489.0
482.1 481.0
502.0 485.0 486.1
488.1 H
567
553
537 598
596 626 625
601
635
R
288
293
318
336 334 388 356 411 420
ER
240 239
254 284
288 324 315 361
366
BB
156 154 158 150 169 194
164
246 227 SO
504 483
322 306 303 319
316 342 338 HR
47 34 34 50
45
66 37
30
45 BB
15
19
30
11
27
21
27
21
16
28
40
24
18
45
25
22
14
18
20
23
SO
102
119
62
69
65
66
89
39
78
80
91
51
39
65
57
45
47
69
49
73
ABB/Avg
2201
.258
2069 .267
1896 .283
1951 .307
1911
.312
2044 .306
1949 .321
1951 .308
2003 .317
2010 Big West Individual Pitching Statistics
(Minimum 1.0 IP per team game/sorted by average)
ERA
2.48
2.54
3.14
3.26
3.28
3.53
3.62
3.70
3.72
3.77
3.96
3.99
4.41
4.58
4.65
4.85
4.91
4.95
4.97
5.16
W
9
12
6
7
5
5
9
5
9
5
12
9
8
7
7
4
2
5
2
5
L
2
1
4
2
7
4
5
1
3
5
2
4
3
5
4
7
2
5
7
4
APP
13
16
20
27
15
24
24
29
20
14
20
16
18
15
22
17
20
15
15
14
GS
13
14
6
8
15
2
16
2
16
14
17
13
14
15
13
15
7
14
15
14
CG
1
2
0
2
1
0
2
0
3
3
1
2
2
2
0
1
1
4
1
1
SHO
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
CBO
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV
0
0
1
2
0
5
6
4
1
0
0
0
3
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
IP
94.1
106.1
63.0
91.0
93.1
74.0
124.1
56.0
101.2
98.0
104.2
90.1
98.0
106.0
93.0
85.1
55.0
103.2
96.0
90.2
H
75
92
34
102
87
79
142
50
109
111
104
114
123
105
111
106
66
130
124
102
R
34
34
24
39
50
35
66
29
47
51
56
47
53
59
58
54
35
66
71
59
ER
26
30
22
33
34
29
50
23
42
41
46
40
48
54
48
46
30
57
53
52
AB
339
402
210
363
366
275
496
210
398
385
400
363
401
396
371
331
225
413
400
352
B/Avg
.221
.229
.162
.281
.238
.287
.286
.238
.274
.288
.260
.314
.307
.265
.299
.320
.293
.315
.310
.290
2010 Big West Individual Pitching Leaders
Appearances
1. Jimmy Jolicoeur, CSUN.......................................... 29
Derek Speigner, UCR..............................................29
3. David Meals, UCSB.................................................27
Dylan Floro, CSF.....................................................27
Nick Ramirez, CSF................................................. 27
6. Jason Markovitz, LBSU...........................................25
Matthew Lewis, UCD...............................................25
Bryan Longpre, CSUN.............................................25
9. 6 tied at....................................................................24
Wins
1. Noe Ramirez, CSF..................................................12
Daniel Renken, CSF............................................... 12
3. Daniel Bibona, UCI....................................................9
Christian Bergman, UCI.............................................9
Dustin Emmons, UCR...............................................9
Eric Pettis, UCI..........................................................9
7. David Rowse, PAC....................................................8
Jesse Meaux, UCSB.................................................8
9. 5 tied at..................................................................... 7
Saves
1. Nick Ramirez, CSF.................................................. 11
2. Kyle Necke, UCI........................................................7
Matthew Lewis, UCD.................................................7
4. Eric Pettis, UCI..........................................................6
5. Hunter Carnevale, PAC.............................................5
6. Jeff Johnson, CP....................................................... 4
Jimmy Jolicoeur, CSUN.............................................4
Mike Wolford, UCR................................................... 4
9. 6 tied at......................................................................3
Strikeouts
1. Noe Ramirez, CSF................................................. 119
2. Daniel Bibona, UCI................................................102
3. Daniel Renken, CSF............................................... 91
4. Eric Pettis, UCI........................................................89
5. Mario Hollands, UCSB.............................................80
6. Dayne Quist, UCD...................................................79
7. Christian Bergman, UCI...........................................78
8. Jake Thompson, LBSU............................................73
9. Matt Andriese, UCR.................................................69
Dylan Floro, CSF.................................................... 69
Opposing Batting Avg.
1. Evan Brock, UCI.................................................. .162
2. Daniel Bibona, UCI.............................................. .221
3. Noe Ramirez, CSF.............................................. .229
4. Andrew Gagnon, LBSU....................................... .238
5. Jimmy Jolicoeur, CSUN....................................... .238
6. Daniel Renken, CSF............................................ .260
7. Marcus Pointer, PAC........................................... .265
8. Christian Bergman, UCI....................................... .274
9. Dylan Floro, CSF................................................. .281
10. Nathan Slater, UCD........................................... .283
Batters Struck Out Looking
1. Christian Bergman, UCI...........................................35
2. Dayne Quist, UCD...................................................34
3. Daniel Renken, CSF................................................30
Noe Ramirez, CSF..................................................30
5. Matt Andriese, UCR.................................................25
Eric Pettis, UCI........................................................25
7. Mario Hollands, UCSB.............................................24
8. Daniel Bibona, UCI..................................................23
9. Scott Lyman, UCD...................................................22
10. Nick Hoover, UCI...................................................19
Games Started
1. Daniel Renken, CSF................................................17
2. Eric Pettis, UCI........................................................16
Ryan Juarez, CSUN................................................16
Christian Bergman, UCI.......................................... 16
5. Matt Leonard, CP.....................................................15
Marcus Pointer, PAC...............................................15
Andrew Gagnon, LBSU...........................................15
David Rowse, PAC..................................................15
Branden Pinder, LBSU............................................15
10. 8 tied at..................................................................14
Innings Pitched
1. Eric Pettis, UCI...................................................124.1
2. Noe Ramirez, CSF..............................................106.1
3. Marcus Pointer, PAC..........................................106.0
4. Daniel Renken, CSF...........................................104.2
5. Matt Andriese, UCR............................................103.2
6. Christian Bergman, UCI......................................101.2
7. Jesse Meaux, UCSB............................................98.0
Mario Hollands, UCSB..........................................98.0
9. Matt Leonard, CP................................................. 96.0
10. Dayne Quist, UCD..............................................95.1
Games Finished
1. Nick Ramirez, CSF..................................................26
2. David Meals, UCSB.................................................19
Jimmy Jolicoeur, CSUN...........................................19
4. Robbie Richardson, PAC.........................................18
5. Matthew Lewis, UCD...............................................16
6. David Brown, LBSU.................................................14
Jeff Johnson, CP......................................................14
8. Kyle Necke, UCI......................................................13
Mike Wolford, UCR..................................................13
Mitch Patito, UCR....................................................13
Big West Baseball
Player
Daniel Bibona, UCI
Noe Ramirez, CSF
Evan Brock, UCI
Dylan Floro, CSF
Andrew Gagnon, LBSU
Hunter Carnevale, PAC
Eric Pettis, UCI
Jimmy Jolicoeur, CSUN
Christian Bergman, UCI
Mario Hollands, UCSB
Daniel Renken, CSF
Dustin Emmons, UCR
Jesse Meaux, UCSB
Marcus Pointer, PAC
Jake Hummel, PAC
Branden Pinder, LBSU
Greg Davis, UCSB
Matt Andriese, UCR
Matt Leonard, CP
Jake Thompson, LBSU
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Big West Baseball
All-Conference
2010 Big West Baseball All-Conference Teams
FIRST TEAM
Player
Rob Brantly
Francis Larson^
Nick Ramirez^
Ryan Pineda
Brian Hernandez
Christian Colon
Gary Brown
Tony Nix
Luke Yoder
Justin Shults
David Popkins
Daniel Bibona^
Noe Ramirez
Daniel Renken^
Hunter Carnevale
Eric Pettis$
School
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
UC Davis
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
UC Irvine
Ht. B/TYr.
6-2
L/R
So.
6-0
R/R
Sr.
6-3
L/L
So.
6-0
R/R
Jr.
6-1
R/R
Jr.
6-0
R/R
Jr.
6-0
R/R
Jr.
5-11
R/R
Jr.
6-0
R/R
Sr.
6-2
L/R
Jr.
6-2
S/R
So.
6-0
L/L
Sr.
6-3
R/R
So.
6-4
R/R
Jr.
5-11
R/R
Sr.
6-2
R/R
Sr.
Pos.
C
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
Hometown
Temecula Valley, Calif.
Yorba Linda, Calif.
Anaheim, Calif.
Las Vegas, Nev.
Sylmar, Calif.
Corona, Calif.
Diamond Bar, Calif.
Poway, Calif.
Bakersfield, Calif.
Valencia, Calif.
San Diego, Calif.
Lake Forest, Calif.
East Los Angeles, Calif.
Cypress, Calif.
Roseville, Calif.
West Hills, Calif.
SECOND TEAM
Player
Jeff Cusick
J.B. Brown
Corey Jones
Mike Walker
Devin Lohman
C.J. Belanger
Michael Hur
T.J. Mittelstaedt
Tyler Pill
Carlos Lopez
Joey Siddons
Christian Bergman
Dylan Floro
Andrew Gagnon
Jimmy Jolicoeur
Matt Lewis
School
UC Irvine
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
UC Riverside
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
UC Davis
Ht. B/TYr.
6-2
R/R
Sr.
6-1
L/R
Jr.
6-0
L/R
Jr.
6-4
L/R
Sr.
6-2
R/R
Jr.
6-3
L/R
Sr.
6-0
R/R
Sr.
5-10
L/R
Sr.
6-1
L/R
So.
6-2
L/R
Fr.
5-10
R/R
Sr.
6-2
R/R
Sr.
6-2
L/R
Fr.
6-4
R/R
So.
6-2
R/R
Sr.
6-3
R/R
Jr.
Pos.
1B
2B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
Hometown
Mission Viejo, Calif.
Alvin, Texas
Camarillo, Calif.
Marysville, Calif.
Santa Maria, Calif.
Stanton, Calif.
Stevenson Ranch, Calif.
Mission Viejo, Calif.
Covina, Calif.
Northridge, Calif.
Camarillo, Calif.
Altadena, Calif.
Merced, Calif.
Brentwood, Calif.
Covina, Calif.
Redding, Calif.
HONORABLE MENTION
Player
Billy Marcoe
Marty Mullins
Joe Oliveira
Dominic D’Anna
Brian Martin
Steve Tinoco
Casey Stevenson
Richie Pedroza
Joey Terdoslavich
Matt Valaika
Bobby Crocker
Nick Longmire
Scott Lyman
Adam Melker
Mario Hollands
Jesse Meaux
Mitch Patito
School
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
Pacific
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Pacific
UC Davis
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
Ht. B/TYr.
5-11
R/R
Sr.
5-10
R/R
Sr.
6-0
R/R
Sr.
6-1
L/R
Jr.
6-2
L/R
Jr.
6-1
R/R
Sr.
6-3
L/R
Sr.
5-6
S/R
Fr.
6-2
S/R
So.
5-10
R/R
Sr.
6-3
R/R
So.
6-2
R/R
Jr.
6-3
R/R
So.
6-0
L/L
Sr.
6-5
L/L
Jr.
6-4
R/R
Jr.
6-0
R/R
Fr.
Pos.
C
C
C
1B
1B
1B
2B
3B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
OF
SP
SP
CP
Hometown
Bellevue, Wash.
Los Gatos, Calif.
San Diego, Calif.
West Hills, Calif.
Livermore, Calif.
Coto de Caza, Calif.
Saugus, Calif.
Covina, Calif.
Sarasota, Fla.
Valencia, Calif.
Armoas, Calif.
San Diego, Calif.
Alamo, Calif.
Claremont, Calif.
El Cerrito, Calif.
Glendale, Calif.
Mira Loma, Calif.
^Two-time All-Big West First Team selection; $Three-time All-Big West First Team selection
2010 Big West Player of the Year
2010 Big West Freshman Player of the Year
2010 Big West Pitcher of the Year
2010 Big West Freshman Pitcher of the Year
Gary Brown, Cal State Fullerton
Daniel Bibona, UC Irvine
Mitch Haniger, Cal Poly
2010 Big West Coach of the Year
Dylan Floro, Cal State Fullerton
Dave Serrano, Cal State Fullerton
2010 Field Players of the Week
42
2/22
3/1
3/8
3/15
3/22
3/29
4/5
4/12
Michael Hur
UCR
Ryan Pineda
CSUN
Steve Tinoco
LBSU
Gary Brown
CSF
Joey Terdoslavich LBSU
Jeff Cusick
UCI
John Haberman
PAC
Brian Hernandez
UCI
Nick Ramirez
CSF
4/19
4/26
5/3
5/10
5/17
5/24
5/31
Gary Brown
Nick Ramirez
J.J. Thompson
Francis Larson
Tony Nix
David Popkins
Marty Mullins
2010 Pitchers of the Week
CSF
CSF
CP
UCI
UCR
UCD
UCSB
2/22
3/1
3/8
3/15
3/22
3/29
4/5
4/12
Daniel Bibona
Mario Hollands
Noe Ramirez
Mario Hollands
Kyle Necke
Noe Ramirez
Daniel Bibona
Nick Capito
Branden Pinder
UCI
UCSB
CSF
UCSB
UCI
CSF
UCI
UCSB
LBSU
4/19
4/26
5/3
5/10
5/17
5/24
5/31
Hunter Carnevale PAC
Christian Bergman UCI
Scott Lyman
UCD
Dylan Floro
CSF
Daniel Renken
CSF
Evan Brock
UCI
Noe Ramirez
CSF
Noe Ramirez
CSF
Batting Records
Games
Season:
Career:
69
John Fishel, CSF, 1985
Kurt Suzuki, CSF, 2004
P.J. Pilittere, CSF, 2004
Ronnie Prettyman, CSF, 2004
253
Justin Turner, CSF, 2003-06
Average (2.5 AB per team game)
Season:
.474
Don Barbara (LH), LBSU, 1990
.431
Steve Woodward (B), CSF, 2000
Career:
.429
Don Barbara, LBSU, 1989-90
Shane Rooney, PAC vs. New Mexico State, 3-16-97
Tom Goodwin, FS, 1988
Justin Turner, CSF, 2003-06
Runs
Game:
Season:
Career:
7
101
286
Steve Moser, UNLV vs. San Jose State, 5-11-86
Reed Johnson, CSF, 1999
Joe Inglett, UN, 1997-00
Doubles
Game:
Season:
Career:
Triples
Game:
Season:
Career:
Home Runs
Game:
Season:
Career:
Extra-Base Hits
Season:
Career:
Runs Batted In
Game:
Season:
Career:
Total Bases
Game:
Season:
Career:
Doug Stodgel, CSLA vs. UC Davis, 1970
Joe Kemp, UCSB vs. Sonoma State, 1987
Tom Goodwin, FS vs. Hawai’i, 1989
Tom Goodwin, FS vs. Pacific, 1989
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB vs. Cal Poly, 1989
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB vs. Wake Forest, 1991
Jake Kershner, NMSU vs. Michigan State, 1995
Tom Goodwin, FS, 1988
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB, 1988-91
Season:
Career:
5
5
5
5
5
65
157
Travis Peterson, SJSU vs. Pacific, 1995
Jason Giambi, LBSU vs. Portland, 1991
Joey Camarata, PAC vs. New Mexico State, 3-16-97
Chase Headley, PAC vs. Coppin State, 2-22-03
Sergio Pedroza, CSF vs. CSUN, 4-8-05
Phil Nevin, CSF, 1992
Joe Inglett, UN, 1997-00
Strikeouts
Season:
Career:
74
165
Matt Wilkerson, UCSB, 2005
Lyle Overbay, UN, 1996-99
Season:
Career:
8
113
112
331
Cory Smith, NMSU vs. Pacific, 5-3-97
Chuck Lopez (LH), LBSU, 1998
Lance Shebelut (RH), FS, 1988
Justin Turner, CSF, 2003-06
4
4
29
28
28
68
Harvey Hill, FS vs. Saint Mary’s, 3-13-87
Ryan Haag, CSN vs. UC Riverside, 4-7-02
John Eccles (RH), CSF, 1986
Nick Ramirez, CSF, 2010
Shane Costa (LH), CSF, 2003
Chad Peshke, UCSB, 1998-01
Miscellaneous (Game)
Errors:
5
5
Brian Nakamoto, SJSU, 1971
Jason Collette, UCR, 2004
Miscellaneous (Season)
Caught Stealing:
19
Sacrifices:
34
Sacrifice Flies:
13
Hit By Pitch:
30
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB, 1991
Ben Orloff, UCI, 2007
Mark Kotsay, CSF, 1996
David Bacani, CSF, 1998
Annual Batting Champions
3
9
9
9
9
9
21
Brian McConkey, UCR, 4-23-10
Dante Powell (RH), CSF, 1992
Brant Brown (LH), FS, 1992
Chris Prieto (LH), UN, 1993 & 1994
Brandon Roberts (LH), CP, 2005
Taylor Holiday (RH), UCI, 2007
Wynter Phoenix, UCSB, 1993-96
4
32
27
62
Gus Kennedy, UNLV, 1994
Lance Shebelut (RH), FS, 1988
Don Price (LH), UN, 1999
Andy Dominique, UN, 1994-97
48
51
116
116
Lance Shebelut (RH), FS, 1988
Mark Kotsay (LH) , CSF, 1996
Mark Kotsay, CSF, 1994-96
Andy Dominique, UN, 1994-97
12
96
94
257
Cory Smith, NMSU vs. Pacific, 5-3-97
Andy Dominique (RH), UN, 1997
Mike Oglesbee (LH), UNLV, 1985
Lyle Overbay, UN, 1996-99
19
226
204
514
Cory Smith, NMSU vs. Pacific, 5-3-97
Lance Shebelut (RH), FS, 1988
Mark Kotsay (LH), CSF, 1995
Lyle Overbay, UN, 1996-99
Slugging Percentage
Season:
.848
Career:
.789
Jason Story, NMSU, 1998
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV, 1985-86
Year
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Player
Dale Duncan
Dario Pini
Paul Lee
Mark Hance
Burke Weismann
Dan Olson
Jody Robinson
Bill Geivett
Tony Felicione
Andy Mota
Lance Shebelut
Steve Vondran
Don Barbara
Jason Giambi
Phil Nevin
Gerad Cawhorn
Neil Garcia
Mark Kotsay
Mark McNelly
Scott Kidd
Chuck Lopez
Lyle Overbay
Joe Inglett
Robert Smith
J.T. Stotts
Bryan Gant
Ryan Harvey
Kurt Suzuki
Kyle Blumenthal
Brett Bigler
Grant Desme
Ty Kelly
Adam Buschini
Gary Brown
School
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
Fresno State
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Nevada
Nevada
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Northridge
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Davis
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Avg.
.362
.388
.357
.422
.351
.361
.392
.412
.431
.377
.401
.388
.474
.407
.402
.405
.382
.422
.419
.412
.422
.420
.435
.409
.409
.402
.411
.413
.410
.356
.405
.397
.422
.438
Big West Baseball
9
323
1008
Career:
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
62
193
Bases on Balls
Game:
At Bats
Game:
Season:
Career:
Hits
Game:
Season:
Stolen Bases
Game:
43
Pitching Records
Games
Season:
Career:
40
127
Chad Cordero, Cal State Fullerton, 2003
Kirk Saarloos, Cal State Fullerton, 1998-01
Starts
Season:
Career:
23
61
John Salles, Fresno State, 1988
Craig Brink, UC Irvine, 1985-88
Complete Games
Season:
Career:
18
33
Bobby Jones, Fresno State, 1991
John Salles, Fresno State, 1986-88
Big West Baseball
Innings Pitched
Game:
44
Season:
Career:
20
20
177.1
449.1
Jeff Gingrich, San Jose State vs. LBSU, 1973
Ruben Patrone, Long Beach State vs. SJSU, 1973
John Salles, Fresno State, 1988
Dan Grimm, Fresno State, 1971-74
Wins
Season:
Career:
18
37
Ted Silva, Cal State Fullerton, 1995
Jered Weaver, Long Beach State, 2002-04
Losses
Season:
Career:
13
27
Chad Holmes, Long Beach State, 1988
Jim Yanko, Pacific, 1987, 89-91
Saves
Season:
Career:
20
53
Gabe Gonzalez, Long Beach State, 1995
Blair Erickson, UC Irvine, 2004-07
4
4
4
5
Kirk Saarloos, Cal State Fullerton, 2001
Mike Parisi, Cal State Fullerton, 1994
Bobby Jones, Fresno State, 1991
five tied
Shutouts
Season:
Career:
Strikeouts
Game:
Season:
Career:
22
213
419
Dan Reichert, Pacific vs. Washington State, 2-14-97
Jered Weaver, Long Beach State, 2004
Jered Weaver, Long Beach State, 2002-04
Walks
Game:
Season:
Career:
13
87
184
Dick Ruthven, Fresno State, 1972
Gary Goldsmith, New Mexico State, 1992
Rocky Biddle, Long Beach State, 1995-97
Earned Run Average
Season (Min 100 IP): 1.17
Career (Min 200 IP):
1.52
Curt Lewis, Cal State Fullerton, 1976
Dick Ruthven, Fresno State, 1970-72
Winning Percentage
Season:
1.000
1.000
1.000
+Career:
1.000
Tim Dixon (13-0), Cal State Fullerton, 1995
Benito Flores (12-0), Cal State Fullerton, 1998
Matt Sorensen (12-0), Cal State Fullerton, 1999
Matt Sorensen (17-0), Cal State Fullerton, 1999-00
+Min. 15 career decisions
Miscellaneous (Season)
Most Runs Allowed:
^Fewest Earned Runs Allowed:
Most Earned Runs Allowed:
^Fewest Hits Allowed:
Most Hits Allowed:
Most HR Allowed:
Most Hit Batters:
Most Wild Pitches:
128
10
91
33
187
22
25
21
Todd Uzzell, NMSU, 1999
Chad Cordero, CSF, 2003
Gary Goldsmith, NMSU, 1992
Chris Demaria, LBSU, 2001
Scott Lewis, UNLV, 1988
Tim Meamber, UNLV, 1986
Darin Moore, PAC, 1999
Rick Montoya, NMSU, 1997
^Min. 50+ innings pitched
With the help of Long
Beach State's all-time
best left-handed pitcher,
Cesar Ramos, the 49ers
pitching staff set four
new Big West team season pitching records.
In 2005 Ramos earned
All-Big West First Team
honors, as well as being named to the Louisville Slugger/Collegiate
Baseball and NCBWA
All-America Teams.
56
Team Records
Batting
At Bats
Game:
Season:
69
2620
Runs
Game:
Game (combined):
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
38
58
670
173
Nevada vs. New Mexico State, 4-18-99
UNLV (37) vs. San Jose State (21), 5-11-86
Fresno State, 1988
Pacific, 1990
Strikeouts
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
25
562
199
UC Riverside vs. Cal State Fullerton, 3-28-08
Long Beach State, 1997
Long Beach State, 1986
Hits
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
33
916
359
Nevada vs. New Mexico State, 4-18-99
Fresno State, 1988
Pacific, 1989
Walks
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
19
369
127
UC Santa Barbara vs. Hawai’i, 3-6-88
UC Santa Barbara, 1988
UC Riverside, 2009
Doubles
Game:
Season:
12
170
Cal State Fullerton vs. Baylor, 2-12-00
Fresno State, 1988
Hits
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
33
802
433
New Mexico State vs. Nevada, 4-18-99
Cal State Fullerton, 2004
Long Beach State, 2005
Season:
4
4
38
Fresno State vs. Oregon College, 3-26-71
UC Irvine vs. Cal State Northridge, 5-2-09
UC Irvine, 1985
Runs
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
38
682
192
New Mexico State vs. Nevada, 4-18-99
New Mexico State, 1997
Long Beach State, 2005
Home Runs
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
10
UNLV vs. New Mexico State, 4-8-94
120
Fresno State, 1988
10
UC Irvine, 1989
Earned Runs
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
34
New Mexico State vs. Nevada, 4-18-99
573
New Mexico State, 1997
147
Long Beach State, 2005
Runs Batted In
Game:
Season:
37
Nevada vs. New Mexico State, 4-18-99
606
Fresno State, 1988
Walks
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
16
16
368
131
Long Beach State vs. UNLV 4-2-93
Cal State Fullerton vs. UNLV 4-9-93
UC Santa Barbara, 1990
Cal State Northridge, 2003
Strikeouts
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
21
504
242
San Jose State vs. Long Beach State, 3-30-73
Cal Poly, 1997
UC Irvine, 1986
14
14
158
UC Santa Barbara vs. Sonoma State, 2-3-87
New Mexico State vs. Michigan State, 3-3-95
UC Santa Barbara (218 attempts), 1990
Stolen Bases
Game:
Season:
Miscellaneous (Season)
Highest Average:
Lowest Average:
Most Games Played:
Most Games Won:
Highest Won-Lost Pct.:
Most Games Lost:
Most Consecutive Wins:
Most Consecutive Losses:
Highest Fielding Pct.:
.354
.234
69
69
57
.863
45
32
13
.980
Long Beach State, 1998
Pacific, 1990
Cal State Fullerton, 2004
Cal State Fullerton, 1985
Cal State Fullerton, 1995
Cal State Fullerton, 1995
Long Beach State, 1988
Fresno State, 1988
Long Beach State, 1977
Long Beach State, 2003
Miscellaneous (Season)
Lowest ERA:
2.34
Fresno State, 1970
Highest ERA:
10.86 New Mexico State, 1997
Most Complete Games: 36
Fresno State, 1988
Fewest Complete Games:
0
multiple times
Most Saves: 25
Cal State Fullerton, 1995
Fewest Saves:
1
Fresno State & Pacific, 1986
Most Shutouts:
9
Fresno State, 1985
9
UC Irvine, 2008
Fewest Shutouts:
0
multiple times
Big West Baseball
Pacific vs. Cal State Northridge, 5-17-03
Fresno State, 1988
20
San Jose State vs. Long Beach State, 3-30-73
620.2 Fresno State, 1988
407.2 Pacific, 1998
Triples
Game:
55
Pitching
Innings Pitched
Game:
Season (most):
Season (fewest):
45
Career Batting Records
Average* (2.5 AB per team game)
.429
Don Barbara, LBSU
.404
Mark Kotsay, CSF
.400
Chris Weekly, NMSU
.397
Jason Giambi, LBSU
.390
Kurt Suzuki, CSF
.390
Jason Story, NMSU
.385
Joe Inglett, UN
.383
Tom Baine, UCI
.380
Lance Shebelut, FS
.377
Paul Day, LBSU
1989-90
1994-96
1998-99
1990-92
2002-04
1997-98
1997-00
1985-86
1988-89
1997-98
Home Runs
62
Andy Dominique, UN
59
Don Price, UN
48
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV
46
Matt Williams, UNLV
45
Mark Kotsay, CSF
44
Kevin Lofthus, UNLV
41
Steve Wood, CP
41
David Willis, UCSB
39
Lyle Overbay, UN
39
Phil Nevin, CSF
39
Lance Shebelut, FS
1994-97
1997-00
1985-86
1985-86
1994-96
1987, 89
1998-00
1994-97
1996-99
1990-92
1987-88
1998-01
1989-92
1998-01
2001-03
1996-99
1991-94
2003-06
1998-01
1994-96
1997-00
Extra-Base Hits
116
Mark Kotsay, CSF
116
Andy Dominique, UN
112
Lyle Overbay, UN
108
Jeff Antoon, UCSB
98
Phil Nevin, CSF
98
Don Price, UN
94
Chad Peshke, UCSB
94
David Bacani, CSF
94
Rich Haar, UCSB
93
David Willis, UCSB
1994-96
1994-97
1996-99
1989-92
1990-92
1997-00
1998-01
1998-01
1990-93
1994-97
1993-96
2007-10
1992-94
1988-91
1986-88
1998-01
2006-08
1987-89
1997-00
Runs Batted In
257
Lyle Overbay, UN
239
Andy Dominique, UN
216
Mark Kotsay, CSF
215
Don Price, UN
208
Matt Ortiz, UN
205
Danny Dorn, CSF
204
Jeff Antoon, UCSB
192
David Willis, UCSB
187
Dave Molidor, UCSB
185
Rich Haar, UCSB
1996-99
1994-97
1994-96
1997-00
1998-00
2003-06
1989-92
1994-97
1998-01
1990-93
Bases on Balls
157
Joe Inglett, UN
151
David Bacani, CSF
140
Phil Nevin, CSF
140
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
123
Chad Peshke, UCSB
123
Mike Noel, FS
122
Shane Slayton, UN
120
Reed Peters, UNLV
119
Andre Champagne, NMSU
117
Jeremy Giambi, CSF
1997-00
1998-01
1990-92
1988-91
1998-01
1988-91
1993-96
1985-87
1995-98
1994-96
Stolen Bases
193
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
164
Tom Goodwin, FS
109
Dante Powell, CSF
85
Aurelio Jackson, SAC
78
Cobi Cradle, LBSU
75
Eddie Mylett, PAC
73
Andre Champagne, NMSU
73
Mike Noel, FS
70
David Bacani, CSF
70
Mike Czarnetski, UCSB
1988-91
1987-89
1992-94
1998-01
1990-93
1990-93
1995-98
1988-91
1998-01
1987-90
Total Bases
514
Lyle Overbay, UN
513
Andy Dominique, UN
476
Mark Kotsay, CSF
472
Jeff Antoon, UCSB
462
Joe Inglett, UN
452
David Bacani, CSF
447
Don Price, UN
442
David Willis, UCSB
440
Rich Haar, UCSB
435
Phil Nevin, CSF
1996-99
1994-97
1994-96
1989-92
1997-00
1998-01
1997-00
1994-97
1990-93
1990-92
Doubles
68
67
63
63
62
61
61
60
60
57
Chad Peshke, UCSB
Jeff Antoon, UCSB
David Bacani, CSF
Shane Costa, CSF
Lyle Overbay, UN
Chip Sell, PAC
Justin Turner, CSF
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
Mark Kotsay, CSF
Joe Inglett, UN
Triples
21
18
18
15
14
13
13
13
12
11
Wynter Phoenix, UCSB
TJ Mittelstaedt, LBSU
Dante Powell, CSF
Ken Henderson, SJSU
Deryk Gross, PAC
Chad Peshke, UCSB
Danny Espinosa, LBSU
Tom Goodwin, FS
Joe Inglett, UN
nine tied
Big West Baseball
*Minimum two seasons
Games
253
241
240
236
229
228
228
228
228
222
220
At-Bats
1008
914
881
877
876
871
864
834
824
821
Runs
286
268
243
208
207
206
204
202
201
201
Hits
331
321
309
307
294
293
287
286
281
273
46
Justin Turner, CSF
Ben Orloff, UCI
Danny Dorn, CSF
David Bacani, CSF
Rich Haar, UCSB
Chris Wright, LBSU
Steve Chatham, CSF
Cobi Cradle, LBSU
Jeff Antoon, UCSB
David Baxter, UNLV
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
Justin Turner, CSF
David Bacani, CSF
Rich Haar, UCSB
Ben Orloff, UCI
Chad Peshke, UCSB
Jeff Antoon, UCSB
Lyle Overbay, UN
Joe Inglett, UN
Chip Sell, PAC
Tom Goodwin, FS
Joe Inglett, UN
David Bacani, CSF
Lyle Overbay, UN
Rich Haar, UCSB
Tom Goodwin, FS
Chad Peshke, UCSB
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
Justin Turner, CSF
Justin Martin, UN
Mark Kotsay, CSF
Justin Turner, CSF
Joe Inglett, UN
Lyle Overbay, UN
David Bacani, CSF
Chad Peshke, UCSB
Chip Sell, PAC
Tom Goodwin, FS
Jeff Antoon, UCSB
Ben Orloff, UCI
Dave Molidor, UCSB
2003-06
2006-09
2003-06
1998-01
1990-93
1999-02
1995-98
1990-93
1989-92
1986-89
1988-91
2003-06
1998-01
1990-93
2006-09
1998-01
1989-92
1996-99
1997-00
1991-94
1987-89
1997-00
1998-01
1996-99
1990-93
1987-89
1998-01
1988-91
2003-06
1996-99
1994-96
2003-06
1997-00
1996-99
1998-01
1998-01
1991-94
1987-89
1989-92
2006-09
1998-01
In his four-year career in a Titan uniform, Justin Turner
(2003-06) set three Big West career records - most games
played (253), most at-bats (1008) and most hits (331).
57 58
Career Pitching Records
Appearances
127
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
121
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU
113
Blair Erickson, UCI
111
Chad Cordero, CSF
99
Adam Jorgenson, CSF
97
Jimmy Brettl, CSUN
95
Chris Robinson, CSF
94
Ted Silva, CSF
93
Vinnie Pestano, CSF
90
Josh Alliston, LBSU
90
Rico Lagattuta, UN
1998-01
1992-95
2004-07
2001-03
2005-08
2003-06
1988-91
1993-95
2004-06
1999-02
1993-96
1985-88
2002-04, 06
1986-88
1989-92
2006-08
1998-01
1996-99
1992-95
1988-90
1987, 89-91
Complete Games
33
John Salles, FS
26
Anthony Telford, SJSU
24
Craig Brink, UCI
24
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
23
Bobby Jones, FS
22
Erik Schullstrom, FS
20
Rich Crane, FS
19
Dan Boone, CSF
18
Jim Davis, LBSU
18
Scott Lewis, UNLV
18
Longo Garcia, CSF
18
Mike Harkey, CSF
18
Mike Goff, FS
1986-88
1985-87
1985-88
1988-90
1989-91
1988-90
1987-89
1975-76
1975-76
1985-88
1987-88
1985-87
1985-87
Wins
37
35
33
33
33
32
32
32
32
31
31
2002-04
1988-90
1998-01
1992-95
1989-91
2006-08
1989-92
1986-88
1989-91
2007-10
2005-07
Jered Weaver, LBSU
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
Jaime Mendes, NMSU
Andy Croghan, LBSU
Scott Gorgen, UCI
James Popoff, CSF
John Salles, FS
Bobby Jones, FS
Daniel Bibona, UCI
Wes Roemer, CSF
Jim Yanko, PAC
Mike Zirelli, CP
Steve Morlock, UCSB
Matthew Pena, PAC
David Uris, UCSB
Dan Grimm, FS
Danny Miller, PAC
Glenn Swanson, UCI
Jaime Mendes, NMSU
Joe Rocchio, CSUN
1987, 89-91
1997-99
2003-05, 07
2001-05
1996-99
1971-74
1991-94
2002-04, 06
1992-95
2004-07
Saves
53
46
40
34
27
27
26
25
24
22
22
Blair Erickson, UCI
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU
Eric Pettis, UCI
Chad Cordero, CSF
Neil Jamison, LBSU
Vinnie Pestano, CSF
Ted Silva, CSF
Josh Alliston, LBSU
Rico Lagattuta, UN
Adam Jorgenson, CSF
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
2004-07
1992-95
2007-10
2001-03
2003-05
2004-06
1993-95
1999-02
1993-96
2005-08
1998-01
Shutouts
5
Dave Sick, SJSU
5
Mike Fontana, LBSU
5
Mike Goff, FS
5
Jim Davis, LBSU
5
Rod Bovee, PAC
4
7 tied
Winning Pct. (min. 15 decisions)
1.000
Matt Sorensen, CSF (17-0)
.895
Daniel Choi, LBSU (17-2)
.880
Todd Taylor, LBSU (22-3)
.875
Darrell Rasner, UN (14-2)
.875
Huck Flener, CSF (21-3)
.875
Dustin Miller, CSF (21-3)
.852
Dan Ricabal, CSF (23-4)
.833
Kyle Abbott, LBSU (15-3)
.829
Rich Crane, FS (29-6)
.825
Andy Croghan, LBSU (33-7)
1991-94
1993-94
1985-87
1975-76
1972-74
1999-00
1993
1990-92
2000
1988-90
2003, 06
1993-94
1989
1987-89
1989-99
Innings Pitched
449.1
Dan Grimm, FS
430.0
John Salles, FS
425.2
Scott Lewis, UNLV
421.2
Craig Brink, UCI
402.0
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
394.1
Jaime Mendes, NMSU
389.0
Wes Roemer, CSF
386.0
James Popoff, CSF
373.2
Erik Schullstrom, FS
370.0
Jered Weaver, LBSU
1971-74
1986-88
1985-88
1985-88
1988-90
1992-95
2005-07
1989-92
1988-90
2002-04
Strikeouts
431
Jered Weaver, LBSU
397
Anthony Telford, SJSU
382
Erik Schullstrom, FS
372
Dick Ruthven, FS
366
Wes Roemer, CSF
365
Adam Johnson, CSF
361
Rocky Biddle, LBSU
358
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
358
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
355
Dan Reichert, PAC
2002-04
1985-87
1988-90
1970-72
2005-07
1998-00
1995-97
1998-01
1988-90
1995-97
ERA (100-199 IP)
1.35
Lloyd Gladden, CSLA
1.76
Darrell Gambero, FS
1.85
Jim Davis, LBSU
1.93
Curt Lewis, CSF
2.09
Chad Cordero, CSF
2.20
Brian Shaw, LBSU
2.25
Ted Silva, CSF
2.28
John Moncier, FS
2.29
Bryan Shaw, LBSU
2.42
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU
1969
1970
1975-76
1975-77
2001-03
2006-08
1993-95
1970-71
2006-08
1992-95
ERA (200+ IP)
1.52
Dick Ruthven, FS
1.81
Jason Windsor, CSF
1.82
Larry Prewitt, PAC
2.09
Bob Apodaca, CSLA
2.13
Tom Sheppard, CSLA
2.25
Syd Church, PAC
2.37
John Keisler, LBSU
2.42
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU
2.43
Jered Weaver, LBSU
2.45
Bobby Jones, FS
1970-72
2003-04
1974-75
1970-71
1969-70
1975-76
1970-72
1992-95
2002-04
1989-91
Big West Baseball
Games Started
61
Craig Brink, UCI
57
Glenn Swanson, UCI
56
John Salles, FS
53
James Popoff, CSF
52
Scott Gorgen, UCI
52
Jon Smith, CSF
52
David Uris, UCSB
52
Steve Lane, UCSB
52
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
51
Jim Yanko, PAC
Losses
27
25
25
23
22
22
22
22
21
21
Big West No-Hitters
Date
May 5, 1970
April 13, 1976
May 4, 1985
March 22, 1987
April 3, 1987
April 15, 1989
May 5, 1990
February 22, 1992
April 23, 1995
April 8, 2001
May 11, 2001
March 28, 2003
April 25, 2006
* Perfect game
Pitcher
Darrel Gambero
Rob Cruess
Anthony Telford
Jeff Knopf
Longo Garcia
Donnie Rea
Brian Boehringer
*Felix Holguin
Ted Silva
Kirk Saarloos
D.J. Houlton
Garrett Olson/Tony Saipe
Glenn Swanson
Team
Fresno State
Fresno State
San Jose State
San Jose State
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
UNLV
New Mexico State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Cal Poly
UC Irvine
Opponent
UC Davis
Sacramento State
Fresno State
Western Oregon
Long Beach State
Pacific
Pacific
Oklahoma
Pacific
Pacific
UC Riverside
Southern Utah
San Diego
Innings
7
7
7
7
5
9
9
7
9
9
9
9
9
Score
1-0
3-0
5-0
7-0
7-0
4-0
5-1
5-0
5-0
28-0
8-0
7-0
7-0
47
Big West Baseball
Season Batting Records
48
Average (2.5 AB per team game)
.474
Don Barbara, LBSU
.438
Gary Brown, CSF
.435
Joe Inglett, UN
.431
Steve Woodward, CSF
.431
Tony Felicione, LBSU
.422
Adam Buschini, CP
.422
Chuck Lopez, LBSU
.422
Mark Kotsay, CSF
.422
Jason Giambi, LBSU
.422
Mark Hance, FS
1990
2010
2000
2000
1986
2009
1998
1995
1990
1973
Games
69
69
69
69
68
68
68
68
68
68
68
68
Kurt Suzuki, CSF
P.J. Pilittere, CSF
Ronnie Prettyman, CSF
John Fishel, CSF
Blaine Larker, CSF
Kevin Reimer, CSF
Lance Shebelut, FS
Steve Pearse, FS
Steve Hosey, FS
Brandon Mitchell, FS
Tom Goodwin, FS
Jeff Mott, FS
2004
2004
2004
1985
1985
1985
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
At-Bats
323
306
296
295
291
287
286
279
277
274
Tom Goodwin, FS
Eddie Zosky, FS
Steve Hosey, FS
Tom Goodwin, FS
Steve Pearse, FS
Justin Turner, CSF
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU
Lance Shebelut, FS
Brandon Mitchell, FS
Paul Day, LBSU
1988
1988
1988
1989
1988
2006
1998
1988
1988
1998
Runs
101
99
97
89
87
86
86
85
85
85
Reed Johnson, CSF
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU
Lance Shebelut, FS
Steve Moser, UNLV
Tom Goodwin, FS
Matt Williams, UNLV
Joe Inglett, UN
Joe Inglett, UN
Mark Kotsay, CSF
Brandon Mitchell, FS
1999
1998
1988
1986
1988
1985
1999
2000
1995
1988
Hits
113
112
112
112
111
111
110
109
108
108
Chuck Lopez, LBSU
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU
Lance Shebelut, FS
Tom Goodwin, FS
Steve Pearse, FS
Mark Kotsay, CSF
Paul Day, LBSU
Tom Goodwin, FS
Shane Turner, CSF
Steve Hosey, FS
1998
1998
1988
1988
1988
1995
1998
1989
1985
1988
Total Bases
226
Lance Shebelut, FS
204
Mark Kotsay, CSF
192
Mark Kotsay, CSF
190
Andy Dominique, UN
186
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU
183
Paul Day, LBSU
182
Spencer Oborn, CSF
179
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV
179
Steve Hosey, FS
177
Kurt Suzuki, CSF
177
Lyle Overbay, UN
1988
1995
1996
1997
1998
1998
1999
1985
1988
2004
1999
Doubles
29
28
28
27
27
27
27
26
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
John Eccles, CSF
Nick Ramirez, CSF
Shane Costa, CSF
Aaron Rowand, CSF
Jason Moler, CSF
Don Barbara, LBSU
Mark Kotsay, CSF
Steve Hosey, FS
Khris Davis, CSF
Richie Burgos, CSF
Nick Covarrubias, LBSU
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
Taber Maier, CP
Justin Drizos, UN
1986
2010
2003
1998
1992
1990
1996
1988
2009
2003
2002
1998
1998
1997
1994
Triples
9
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Taylor Holiday, UCI
Chris Prieto, UN
Chris Prieto, UN
Dante Powell, CSF
Brant Brown, FS
Gary Brown, CSF
Ollie Linton, UCI
Bryan Gant, CP
Bill Geivett, UCSB
Scott Cerny, UCSB
Tom Goodwin, FS
Wynter Phoenix, UCSB
2007
1994
1993
1992
1992
2010
2007
2002
1985
1986
1989
1994
Home Runs
32
Lance Shebelut, FS
30
Andy Dominique, UN
27
Don Price, UN
26
Harvey Hargrove, SAC
26
Kevin Lofthus, UNLV
25
Matt Williams, UNLV
24
Jaeme Leal, LBSU
24
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV
24
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV
23
Ryan Owens, CSF
23
Jason Story, NMSU
1988
1997
1999
1997
1989
1986
1999
1985
1986
1999
1998
Extra-Base Hits
51
Mark Kotsay, CSF
48
Lance Shebelut, FS
47
Aaron Rowand, CSF
46
Mark Kotsay, CSF
46
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV
46
John Eccles, CSF
44
Andy Dominique, UN
43
Spencer Oborn, CSF
43
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU
42
Lyle Overbay, UN
42
Phil Nevin, CSF
42
Matt Williams, UNLV
42
Steve Hosey, FS
1996
1988
1998
1995
1985
1986
1997
1999
1998
1999
1992
1986
1988
Runs Batted In
96
Andy Dominique, UN
94
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV
94
Lance Shebelut, FS
91
Mark Kotsay, CSF
90
Mark Kotsay, CSF
89
Don Price, UN
89
Paul Day, LBSU
89
Matt Williams, UNLV
88
Lyle Overbay, UN
87
Kurt Suzuki, CSF
1997
1985
1988
1996
1995
1999
1998
1986
1999
2004
Sacrifices
34
26
25
21
19
19
18
17
17
16
16
Ben Orloff, UCI
Ben Orloff, UCI
Joe Scott, CSF
Christian Colon, CSF
Robert Guzman, CSF
Jack Jones, CSF
Matt Cline, LBSU
Tyler Vaughn, UCI
Tony Martinez, CSF
Ben Orloff, UCI
Nate Rodriquez, CSF
2007
2006
2009
2008
2001
1995
2007
2007
1996
2008
1992
Sacrifice Flies
13
Mark Kotsay, CSF
11
D.J. Gentile, CP
11
Alan Burke, LBSU
10
Jason Corapci, CSF
10
Jaron Madison, LBSU
10
Ricky Scruggs, UNLV
9
Jared Clark, CP
9
Wes Dorrell, CP
9
Kurt Suzuki, CSF
9
Phil Nevin, CSF
9
Tom Logan, UCSB
1996
2009
1990
2001
1997
1991
2009
2008
2004
1992
1986
Walks
65
63
63
60
59
59
58
57
56
55
Phil Nevin, CSF
Joel Williams, NMSU
Eric Booker, SJSU
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV
Shaun Larkin, CSUN
Jeremy Giambi, CSF
Justin Drizos, UN
Jason Giambi, LBSU
Mike Czarnetski, UCSB
Darrell Sherman, LBSU
1992
1997
1990
1986
2002
1996
1995
1991
1990
1989
Hit by Pitch
30
David Bacani, CSF
29
Corky Miller, UN
26
Shane Costa, CSF
25
Corky Miller, UN
24
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
23
Jaeme Leal, LBSU
22
Casey Stevenson, UCI
22
Taylor Holiday, UCI
22
Matt Maguire, UN
20
Brennan Metzger, LBSU
20
Shane Costa, CSF
20
Danny Dorn, CSF
20
Jason Yount, LBSU
20
Jeff Jones, LBSU
1998
1998
2002
1997
1998
1999
2009
2007
1999
2010
2003
2003
1998
2000
Stolen Bases
62
Tom Goodwin, FS
61
Tom Goodwin, FS
59
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
56
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
53
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
48
Dante Powell, CSF
45
Rolando Avila, LBSU
44
Aurelio Jackson, SAC
42
Dante Powell, CSF
41
Jeremy Carr, CSF
1988
1989
1989
1990
1991
1994
1994
2001
1993
1993
59 60
Season Pitching Records
2003
2006
1999
1995
2001
1995
2006
2001
1989
1988
Games Started
23
John Salles, FS
22
Ricky Romero, CSF
22
Rich Crane, FS
20
Wes Roemer, CSF
20
Daniel Choi, LBSU
20
Mike Fontana, LBSU
20
Dan Ricabal, CSF
20
Dan Naulty, CSF
20
Bobby Jones, FS
20
Kyle Abbott, LBSU
20
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
20
Mark Gardner, FS
1988
2004
1988
2006
1993
1993
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1985
Complete Games
18
Bobby Jones, FS
15
Mark Gardner, FS
15
John Salles, FS
12
Jim Davis, LBSU
11
Jason Windsor, CSF
11
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
11
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
11
Erik Schullstrom, FS
11
Anthony Telford, SJSU
11
Rod Bovee, PAC
1991
1985
1988
1975
2004
1990
1989
1988
1987
1973
Wins
18
17
16
16
15
15
15
15
15
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
Ted Silva, CSF
Daniel Choi, LBSU
Bobby Jones, FS
Mark Gardner, FS
Jered Weaver, LBSU
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
Kyle Abbott, LBSU
Rich Crane, FS
John Salles, FS
Lauren Gagnier, CSF
Ricky Romero, CSF
Jered Weaver, LBSU
Darrell Rasner, UN
Scott Rivette, LBSU
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
Erik Schullstrom, FS
1995
1993
1991
1985
2004
2001
1989
1988
1988
2006
2004
2003
2000
1994
1989
1988
Losses
13
12
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Chad Holmes, LBSU
Mike Zirelli, CP
Matt Vasquez, UCSB
Gary Goldsmith, NMSU
Jim Yanko, PAC
D.J. Heller, PAC
Rob Johnson, UCI
Todd Deck, PAC
Steve Olson, SJSU
Todd Uzzell, NMSU
Nick Alvarez, NMSU
1988
1998
2002
1992
1990
1989
1989
1988
1985
1999
1999
Saves
20
17
17
17
15
15
14
14
14
14
14
Shutouts
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU
Eric Pettis, UCI
Eric Pettis, UCI
Blair Erickson, UCI
Justin Fitzgerald, UCD
Ara Petrosian, LBSU
Mike Bille, CP
Alex McRobbie, UCSB
Chad Cordero, CSF
Ryan Brannan, LBSU
Jon Graves, LBSU
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
Mike Parisi, CSF
Bobby Jones, FS
Jason Windsor, CSF
Dan Reichert, PAC
Steve Soderstrom, FS
Dennis Gray, LBSU
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
Kyle Abbott, LBSU
Donnie Rea, SJSU
John Salles, FS
Longo Garcia, CSF
Mark Gardner, FS
Curt Lewis, CSF
Bob Edwards, CSLA
Bob Apodaca, CSLA
1995
2009
2008
2004
2008
1997
2005
2005
2001
1996
1992
2001
1994
1991
2004
1997
1992
1990
1989
1989
1989
1988
1988
1985
1976
1973
1971
Winning Pct. (min. 10 decisions)
1.000
Tim Dixon, CSF (13-0)
1.000
Benito Flores, CSF (12-0)
1.000
Matt Sorensen, CSF (12-0)
.947
Ted Silva, CSF (18-1)
.938
Jered Weaver, LBSU (15-1)
.933
Scott Rivette, LBSU (14-1)
.923
Todd Taylor, LBSU (12-1)
.923
Andy Croghan, LBSU (12-1)
.923
Matt Wagner, CSF (12-1)
.923
Dan Ricabal, CSF (12-1)
.923
Dustin Miller, CSF (12-1)
.923
Noe Ramirez, CSF (12-1)
1995
1998
1999
1995
2004
1994
1992
1989
1994
1994
2006
2010
Innings Pitched
177.1
John Salles, FS
172.0
Bobby Jones, FS
168.1
Mark Gardner, FS
162.2
Jason Windsor, CSF
160.2
Rich Crane, FS
155.0
Wes Roemer, CSF
155.0
Ricky Romero, CSF
154.0
Steve Wolf, FS
153.0
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
152.2
Ted Silva, CSF
1988
1991
1985
2004
1988
2006
2004
1990
2001
1995
Strikeouts
213
187
171
171
169
166
166
164
162
161
2004
1985
1990
1971
1997
2000
1991
1985
1988
1987
Jered Weaver, LBSU
Mark Gardner, FS
Steve Wolf, FS
Dick Ruthven, FS
Dan Reichert, PAC
Adam Johnson, CSF
Bobby Jones, FS
Ken Crew, FS
Mark Beck, CSF
Anthony Telford, SJSU
ERA (50-99 IP)
1.24
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU
1.54
Brad Kelley, FS
1.58
Chad Cordero, CSF
1.72
Gary Kelley, CSLA
1.75
Pete Martinez, PAC
1.79
Josh Schmidt, PAC
1.83
Chad Cordero, CSF
1.92
Ryan Schreppel, CSF
1.94
Christian Bergman, UCI
1.94
Loren Fraser, UCSB
1994
1974
2003
1970
1972
2005
2001
2005
2008
2004
ERA (100+ IP)
1.17
Curt Lewis, CSF
1.35
Lloyd Gladden, CSLA
1.50
Dick Ruthven, FS
1.53
Dick Ruthven, FS
1.53
Rod Bovee, PAC
1.62
Jered Weaver, LBSU
1.72
Jason Windsor, CSF
1.76
Darrell Gambero, FS
1.78
Larry Prewitt, PAC
1.87
Larry Prewitt, PAC
1.87
Bob Apodaca, CSLA
1976
1969
1971
1973
1973
2004
2004
1973
1974
1975
1970
Cal State Fullerton's Ricky Romero was named 2005
Big West Pitcher of the Year.
Big West Baseball
Appearances
40
Chad Cordero, CSF
39
Ryan Paul, CSF
39
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
39
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU
38
Chad Cordero, CSF
37
Mark Chavez, CSF
36
Justin Segal, UCSB
36
Mike Frick, CSUN
36
Greg Hays, LBSU
36
Jess Feathers, LBSU
49
Freshman Batting Records
Big West Baseball
Average (2.5 AB per team game)
.383
Ryan Hankins, UNLV
.381
Matt Anderson, UCI
.372
Mark Kotsay, CSF
.367
Todd Johnson, FS
.367
Kevin Eberwein, UNLV
.364
Jason Berni, LBSU
.358
Phil Nevin, CSF
.356
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
.356
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
.356
Joey Gonzales, UCR
50
Games
67
63
63
62
62
61
61
61
61
61
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
Christian Colon, CSF
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
Justin Turner, CSF
Todd Johnson, FS
Gary Brown, CSF
Clark Hardman, CSF
C.J. Ankrum, CSF
Dante Powell, CSF
Reed Peters, UNLV
1995
2002
1994
1990
1996
1998
1990
1993
1998
2007
1998
2008
1993
2003
1990
2008
2004
1995
1992
1985
At-Bats
251
247
243
240
240
239
236
234
Todd Johnson, FS
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
Christian Colon, CSF
Ryan Hankins, UNLV
Phil Nevin, CSF
Matt Anderson, UCI
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
Al Rodriguez, UCI
1990
1998
2008
1995
1990
2002
1993
1988
Runs
65
60
59
59
59
57
57
57
55
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
C.J. Ankrum, CSF
Christian Colon, CSF
David Bacani, CSF
Phil Nevin, CSF
Matt Anderson, UCI
Joe Inglett, UN
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
Rich Haar, UCSB
1998
1995
2008
1998
1990
2002
1997
1993
1990
Hits
92
92
91
88
86
84
80
79
77
76
Ryan Hankins, UNLV
Todd Johnson, FS
Matt Anderson, UCI
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
Phil Nevin, CSF
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
Christian Colon, CSF
Jason Berni, LBSU
Chris Valaika, UCSB
Kevin Eberwein, UNLV
1995
1990
2002
1998
1990
1993
2008
1998
2004
1996
Total Bases
150
Ryan Hankins, UNLV
150
Phil Nevin, CSF
141
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
140
Todd Johnson, FS
139
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
127
Nick Salotti, UCR
127
Jared Janke, UCSB
1995
1990
1993
1990
1998
2004
1993
Doubles
25
22
19
19
19
18
18
17
17
17
17
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
Jason Berni, LBSU
Mark Wagner, UCI
Kevin Eberwein, UNLV
Jared Janke, UCSB
Chad Peshke, UCSB
Ryan Hankins, UNLV
Nick Salotti, UCR
Chris Malec, UCSB
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
Ryan Owens, CSF
1998
1998
2003
1996
1993
1998
1995
2004
2002
1993
1997
Triples
9
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
Dante Powell, CSF
Deryk Goss, PAC
Wynter Phoenix, UCSB
Todd Johnson, FS
Chris Wright, LBSU
C.J. Belanger, CSUN
Josh Wyrick, CP
David Bacani, CSF
Phil Nevin, CSF
C.J. Ankrum, CSF
1992
1986
1993
1990
1999
2007
2002
1998
1990
1995
Home Runs
17
Justin Baum, PAC
16
Matt Wilkerson, UCSB
14
Phil Nevin, CSF
13
Jared Janke, UCSB
12
Ryan Hankins, UNLV
12
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
11
Layne Lambert, UNLV
2005
2002
1990
1993
1995
1993
1988
In his freshman season (1998), Long Beach State's
Bryan Kennedy topped the charts in five Big West
freshman batting categories and all five have yet to
be broken.
Runs Batted In
81
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
60
Chris Malec, UCSB
56
Todd Johnson, FS
55
Kevin Eberwein, UNLV
54
Danny Dorn, CSF
54
Jeff Liefer, LBSU
53
Layne Lambert, UNLV
52
Phil Nevin, CSF
1998
2002
1990
1996
2003
1993
1988
1990
Sacrifices
26
21
15
12
11
11
11
10
9
9
9
2006
2008
2008
2003
2010
2004
1998
2002
2005
2000
1999
Ben Orloff, UCI
Christian Colon, CSF
Justin DeMarco, CSUN
Justin Turner, CSF
Richy Pedroza, CSF
Clark Hardman, CSF
David Bacani, CSF
Everet Rincon, SAC
Ollie Linton, UCI
Mike Martinez, CSF
A.J. LaBarbera, LBSU
Sacrifice Flies
8
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
6
Seth Batty, UCD
6
Jeff Tezak, CSUN
5
Paul Politi, UCD
5
Brian Martin, PAC
5
Matt Anderson, UCI
5
Bobby Crosby, LBSU
5
Joe Inglett, UN
5
Lamarr Rogers, LBSU
4
nine tied
1998
2010
2005
2010
2008
2002
1999
1997
1990
Bases on Balls
48
Brett Bigler, UCR
47
Rich Haar, UCSB
45
Mike Strobel, UNLV
44
Phil Nevin, CSF
42
Joe Inglett, UN
40
Chad Peshke, UCSB
36
C.J. Ankrum, CSF
2004
1990
1990
1990
1997
1998
1995
Hit By Pitch
30
David Bacani, CSF
24
Bryan Kennedy, LBSU
20
Danny Dorn, CSF
22
Matt Maguire, UN
17
C.J. Ankrum, CSF
15
Chris Malec, UCSB
13
Christian Colon, CSF
12
Jeff Tezak, CSUN
12
Joe Inglett, UN
11
Justin DeMarco, CSUN
11
Shane Costa, CSF
1998
1998
2003
1999
1995
2002
2008
2005
1997
2008
2001
Stolen Bases
41
Tom Goodwin, FS
25
Gary Brown, CSF
24
Jerrold Rountree, UCSB
19
Dante Powell, CSF
19
Cobi Cradle, LBSU
19
Andre Champagne, NMSU
1987
2008
1988
1992
1990
1995
61 62
Freshman Pitching Records
2001
1990
1993
2004
2004
1998
2001
2002
2007
2010
2003
Games Started
18
Dustin Miller, CSF
18
Darrell Rasner, UN
17
Scott Gorgen, UCI
17
Jered Weaver, LBSU
17
Darric Merrell, CSF
17
Rocky Biddle, LBSU
16
Tyler Pill, CSF
16
Daniel Bibona, UCI
16
A.J. Shappi, UCR
16
Jim Yanko, PAC
16
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
2003
2000
2006
2002
2001
1995
2009
2008
2002
1987
1988
Complete Games
11
Erik Schullstrom, FS
9
John Salles, FS
7
Gary Adcock, UCSB
7
Nate Yeskie, UNLV
6
Mike Goff, FS
6
Andy Croghan, LBSU
1988
1986
1990
1994
1985
1989
Wins
14
14
12
11
10
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Darrell Rasner, UN
Erik Schullstrom, FS
Andy Croghan, LBSU
Tyler Pill, CSF
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
Noe Ramirez, CSF
Daniel Bibona, UCI
Dustin Miller, CSF
Jered Weaver, LBSU
Glenn Swanson, UCI
Darric Merrell, CSF
Nate Yeskie, UNLV
Gary Adcock, UCSB
Anthony Telford, SJSU
Mike Goff, FS
2000
1988
1989
2009
1988
2009
2008
2003
2002
2002
2001
1994
1990
1985
1985
Losses
9
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
Mike Mathews, PAC
Kyle Jean, CSUN
Jaime Mendes, NMSU
Brian Gates, SAC
Tyler Waldron, PAC
Jim Yanko, PAC
Danny Miller, PAC
Edwin Quirarte, CSUN
Vance Worley, LBSU
David Rowse, PAC
2004
2003
1992
1999
2008
1987
1991
2006
2006
2007
Saves
17
14
11
10
9
8
7
7
6
5
5
Blair Erickson, UCI
Chad Cordero, CSF
Bobby Jones, FS
Chris Quiroz, UCSB
Steve Morlock, UCSB
Adam Johnson, CSF
Nick Ramirez, CSF
Ted Silva, CSF
Joe Kelly, UCR
Matthew Pena, PAC
Anthony Telford, SJSU
2004
2001
1990
1999
2003
1998
2009
1993
2007
2001
1985
Shutouts
2
2
2
2
Rocky Biddle, LBSU
Erik Schullstrom, FS
Mike Goff, FS
Anthony Telford, SJSU
1995
1988
1985
1985
Winning Pct. (Min. 5 decisions)
1.000
Luke Drakulich, UN (5-0)
1.000
Scott Lewis, UNLV (5-0)
.933
Andy Croghan, LBSU (12-1)
.875
Eric Posthumus, UCSB (7-1)
.875
Darrell Rasner, UN (14-2)
.875
Erik Schullstrom, FS (14-2)
1996
1985
1989
2002
2000
1988
Innings Pitched
146.0
Erik Schullstrom, FS
131.0
Andy Croghan, LBSU
122.2
Darrell Rasner, UN
114.2
Donovan Osborne, UNLV
113.0
Darric Merrell, CSF
110.2
Noe Ramirez, CSF
110.0
Scott Gorgen, UCI
109.2
Tom LaRosa, UNLV
1988
1989
2000
1988
2001
2009
2006
1994
Strikeouts
146
Erik Schullstrom, FS
123
Barry Zito, UCSB
122
Rocky Biddle, LBSU
109
Andy Croghan, LBSU
97
Daniel Bibona, UCI
97
Dustin Miller, CSF
97
Darrell Rasner, UN
1988
1997
1995
1989
2008
2003
2000
ERA (50-99 IP)
1.54
Brad Kelley, FS
1.83
Chad Cordero, CSF
2.15
Bobby Jones, FS
2.51
Dan Grimm, FS
2.85
Cesar Ramos, LBSU
3.06
Matthew Pena, PAC
3.09
Mike Parisi, CSF
3.12
Mark Beck, CSF
1974
2001
1990
1971
2003
2001
1992
1987
ERA (100+ IP)
2.40
Erik Schullstrom, FS
2.54
Scott Gorgen, UCI
2.95
Darric Merrell, CSF
3.08
Daniel Bibona, UCI
3.16
Andy Croghan, LBSU
3.33
Noe Ramirez, CSF
3.33
Dustin Miller, CSF
3.52
Darrell Rasner, UN
3.74
Rocky Biddle, LBSU
3.83
John Salles, FS
1988
2006
2001
2008
1989
2009
2003
2000
1995
1986
UC Irvine's Blair Erickson not only led
the conference in
saves as a freshman
- posting 17 back in
2004 - he ended his
career at UC Irvine as
the nation's top save
leader with 53 career
saves.
Big West Baseball
Appearances
38
Chad Cordero, CSF
34
Bobby Jones, FS
32
Ted Silva, CSF
30
Vinnie Pestano, CSF
30
Blair Erickson, UCI
30
Kirk Saarloos, CSF
29
Matthew Pena, PAC
28
Jon Koller, UCI
28
David Roberts, LBSU
27
Dylan Floro, CSF
27
Haley Winter, UCR
51
Big West Baseball
Annual Standings
GB
—
1.5
3.4
5.0
5.5
5.5
Overall
W-L
PCT
29-21 .580
28-18-3 .602
36-21-1 .629
15-24 .385
35-20 .636
21-18 .538
PCT
.619
.619
.600
.450
.381
.333
GB
—
—
0.5
3.5
5.0
6.0
W-L
30-14
35-24-1
29-24-2
30-22
27-28
25-22
PCT
.682
.592
.545
.577
.491
.532
W-L
14-4
12-6
10-8
8-10
7-11
6-12
6-12
PCT
.778
.667
.556
.444
.389
.333
.333
GB
—
2.0
4.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
8.0
W-L
31-16
23-26
25-32-1
29-20
21-28
31-26-1
24-33-1
PCT
.660
.469
.440
.592
.428
.543
.422
1973
+Cal State LA
San Jose State
Fresno State
San Diego State
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
W-L
13-5
11-6-1
9-9
9-9
9-9
7-11
4-13-1
PCT
.722
.647
.500
.500
.500
.389
.235
GB
—
1.5
4.0
4.0
4.0
6.0
8.5
W-L
31-18
32-15-1
31-24
31-25-1
24-26
23-19
15-32-1
PCT
.633
.677
.564
.553
.480
.548
.323
1974
+Cal State LA
San Diego State
Fresno State
San Jose State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Pacific
W-L
18-5
17-9
15-9
10-14
9-15
8-16
7-16
PCT
.783
.654
.625
.417
.375
.333
.304
GB
—
2.5
3.5
8.5
9.5
10.5
11.0
W-L
38-18
37-24
38-20
24-26
17-23
28-37
24-23
PCT
.667
.606
.655
.480
.425
.431
.511
1975
*%Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
San Jose State
San Diego State
Long Beach State
Fresno State
W-L
14-7
13-8
9-9
8-10
9-12
7-14
PCT
.667
.619
.500
.444
.429
.333
GB
—
1.0
3.5
4.5
5.0
7.0
W-L
36-14-1
33-26
22-22
22-25
30-20
26-33
PCT
.716
.559
.500
.468
.600
.441
1976
%Cal State Fullerton
San Diego State
Long Beach State
Pacific
Fresno State
San Jose State
W-L
17-4
13-8
12-9
7-13
7-14
6-14
PCT
.810
.619
.571
.350
.333
.300
GB
—
4.0
5.0
9.5
10.0
10.5
W-L
48-15
36-22-1
30-22-1
29-25
28-29
19-36
PCT
.762
.619
.575
.537
.491
.345
1970
+Long Beach State
San Diego State
Cal State LA
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
San Jose State
W-L
11-4
9-5
7-7
4-7
5-9
4-8
1971
+San Jose State
Fresno State
San Diego State
Long Beach State
Cal State LA
UC Santa Barbara
W-L
13-8
13-8
12-8
9-11
8-13
7-14
1972
+UC Santa Barbara
Cal State LA
San Diego State
San Jose State
Pacific
Fresno State
Long Beach State
Conference
PCT
.733
.643
.500
.364
.357
.333
** Teams competed in the NCBA and SCBA during 1977-84 **
1985 (North Div.)
%Fresno State-1
UC Santa Barbara
San Jose State
Pacific
52
W-L
23-7
16-14
16-14
6-21
PCT
.767
.553
.553
.222
GB
—
7.0
7.0
15.5
W-L
43-22
37-22-2
24-34
16-36
PCT
.662
.623
.413
.308
1985 (South Div.)
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
UC Irvine
Long Beach State
W-L
21-9
17-13
11-16
7-23
Conference
PCT
GB
.700
—
.567
4.0
.407
8.5
.233
14.0
Overall
W-L
PCT
36-22-1 .529
40-21 .656
24-31-1 .438
22-42 .344
1986
%UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
UC Irvine
Pacific
San Jose State
Long Beach State
W-L
18-3
14-7
12-9
12-9
9-12
7-14
7-14
5-16
PCT
.857
.667
.571
.571
.429
.333
.333
.238
GB
—
4.0
6.0
6.0
9.0
11.0
11.0
13.0
W-L
45-19
35-22
36-21
29-27-1
20-26-2
22-26
21-33
14-33-1
PCT
.703
.614
.632
.518
.438
.456
.389
.302
1987
%Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
%UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
Fresno State
San Jose State
Pacific
Long Beach State
W-L
18-3
13-8
12-9
11-10
9-12
8-13
7-14
6-15
PCT
.857
.619
.571
.524
.428
.381
.333
.286
GB
—
5.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
12.0
W-L
44-17
27-26-1
30-25-2
32-23
34-26
31-28
19-34
16-41-1
PCT
.721
.509
.544
.582
.567
.525
.358
.284
W-L
20-1
14-7
12-8
9-11
9-12
9-12
6-15
4-17
PCT
.952
.667
.600
.450
.429
.429
.286
.222
GB
—
6.0
7.5
10.5
11.0
11.0
14.0
16.0
W-L
56-12
40-22
43-18
31-30
30-28-1
19-32
23-39
14-45
PCT
.824
.645
.705
.508
.517
.373
.371
.237
1989
*%Long Beach State
%Fresno State
San Jose State
%UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Pacific
W-L
17-4
17-4
11-10
11-10
10-11
8-13
6-15
4-17
PCT
.810
.810
.524
.524
.476
.381
.286
.190
GB
—
—
6.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
11.0
13.0
W-L
50-15
44-19
40-19
40-20
30-27
28-27-1
20-35-1
15-42
PCT
.769
.698
.678
.667
.526
.509
.366
.263
1990
-*%Cal State Fullerton
%UC Santa Barbara
%Fresno State
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
UNLV
San Jose State
-Pacific
W-L
13-5
13-8
13-8
12-9
10-11
10-11
9-12
1-17
PCT
.722
.619
.619
.571
.476
.476
.429
.056
GB
—
1.5
1.5
2.5
4.5
4.5
5.5
12.0
W-L
36-23
40-22
38-24
36-22-1
34-25
29-24
43-17
14-40
PCT
.610
.645
.613
.619
.576
.547
.717
.259
1991
*%Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
*%Long Beach State
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
San Jose State
UC Irvine
W-L
15-6
15-6
14-7
11-10
8-13
8-13
7-14
6-15
PCT
.714
.714
.667
.524
.381
.381
.333
.286
GB
—
—
1.0
4.0
7.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
W-L
42-23
34-22
45-22
30-25
33-25-1
22-31
25-30
24-32
PCT
.646
.607
.672
.545
.568
.415
.455
.429
1988
*%Fresno State
%UNLV
*%Cal State Fullerton-2
San Jose State
UC Irvine
Pacific-2
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
64
Annual Standings
1993
*%Long Beach State
%Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
New Mexico State
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
Pacific
W-L
17-4
16-5
11-10
9-12
9-12
8-13
7-14
7-14
PCT
.810
.762
.524
.429
.429
.381
.333
.333
GB
—
1.0
6.0
8.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
10.0
W-L
46-19-0
35-19-0
34-19-0
31-23-0
24-25
24-30-1
28-19-1
28-25-0
PCT
.708
.648
.642
.574
.490
.444
.594
.528
W-L
16-5
16-5
15-5
9-12
8-12
8-13
7-14
4-17
PCT
.762
.762
.750
.429
.400
.381
.333
.190
GB
—
—
0.5
7.0
7.5
8.0
9.0
12.0
W-L
41-15
41-19
47-16
29-26
36-18
27-28
21-33
21-31
PCT
.732
.683
.746
.527
.667
.491
.389
.404
1995
*%Cal State Fullerton
%Long Beach State
Nevada
UNLV
New Mexico State
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
San Jose State
W-L
18-3
16-5
12-9
11-10
9-12
8-13
5-16
5-16
PCT
.857
.762
.571
.524
.429
.381
.238
.238
GB
—
2.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
10.0
13.0
13.0
W-L
57-9
39-25-1
35-18
32-24
32-22
24-26
26-26
21-33-1
PCT
.864
.602
.660
.571
.593
.480
.500
.390
1996
%Long Beach State
%UNLV
%UC Santa Barbara
%Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
New Mexico State
San Jose State
Pacific
W-L
15-6
14-7
14-7
13-8
8-13
8-13
7-14
5-16
PCT
.714
.667
.667
.619
.381
.381
.333
.238
GB
—
1.0
1.0
2.0
7.0
7.0
8.0
10.0
W-L
34-26
43-17
32-20
45-16
30-19
25-27
28-28
24-25
PCT
.567
.717
.615
.738
.612
.481
.500
.490
1997 (North Div.)
%Nevada
Pacific
New Mexico State
Sacramento State
W-L
20-10
11-19
8-22
8-22
PCT
.667
.367
.267
.267
GB
—
9.0
12.0
12.0
W-L
39-21
29-29
21-33
16-39
PCT
.650
.500
.389
.291
1997 (South Div.)
%Long Beach State
%Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
W-L
22-8
21-9
15-15
15-15
PCT
.733
.700
.500
.500
GB
—
1.0
7.0
7.0
W-L
39-26
39-24-1
37-21
26-30
PCT
.600
.617
.638
.464
1998 (North Div.)
Nevada-3
Sacramento State
Pacific-3
New Mexico State-3
W-L
17-10
13-17
12-17
8-21
PCT
.630
.433
.414
.276
GB
—
5.5
6.0
10.0
W-L
31-22
25-35
25-22
23-29
PCT
.585
.417
.532
.442
Big West Champions, 1970-76, 1985-08
Year
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Team
LBSU
SJSU
FS
UCSB
CSLA
CSLA
CSF
CSF
FS^
UCSB
CSF
FS
LBSU
FS
FS*
CSF
FS
CSF
LBSU
LBSU
UN
LBSU
CSF**
CSF
LBSU
CSF^
LBSU^
CSF
UN
CSF
CSF
CSN
LBSU
CSF
CSF
CSF
UCR
LBSU
CSF
UCI
CSF
Coach
John Gonsalves
Gene Menges
Bob Bennett
Dave Gorrie
Larry Cochell
Larry Cochell
Augie Garrido
Augie Garrido
Bob Bennett
Al Ferrer
Augie Garrido
Bob Bennett
Dave Snow
Bob Bennett
Bob Bennett
Augie Garrido
Bob Bennett
Augie Garrido
Dave Snow
Dave Snow
Gary Powers
Dave Snow
Augie Garrido
Augie Garrido
Dave Snow
George Horton
Dave Snow
George Horton
Gary Powers
George Horton
George Horton
Mike Batesole
Mike Weathers
George Horton
George Horton
George Horton
Doug Smith
Mike Weathers
Dave Serrano
Mike Gillespie
Dave Serrano
W
11
13
13
14
13
18
14
17
23
18
18
20
17
17
13
13
15
15
18
17
16
16
15
18
15
21
23
25
21
21
14
19
16
19
16
18
16
16
16
22
21
L
4
8
8
4
5
5
7
4
7
3
3
1
4
4
5
5
6
6
5
4
5
5
5
3
6
9
7
5
9
9
4
5
5
2
5
3
5
8
8
2
3
Pct.
.733
.619
.619
.778
.722
.783
.667
.810
.767
.857
.857
.952
.810
.810
.722
.722
.714
.714
.783
.810
.762
.762
.750
.857
.714
.700
.767
.833
.700
.700
.778
.792
.762
.905
.762
.857
.762
.667
.667
.917
.875
^ Won Big West Tournament
* Fresno State defeated (2-0) Cal State Fullerton in divisional playoff
**Due to scheduling difficulties, CSF played 20-of-21 games.
NCBA Champions
Year
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
Team
Fresno State
Santa Clara
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Santa Clara
Fresno State
Fresno State
Coach
Bob Bennett
Sal Taoramina
Bob Bennett
Bob Bennett
Bob Bennett
Bob Bennett
Jerry McClain
Bob Bennett
Bob Bennett
W
26
23
23
31
26
30
26
22
28
L
10
8
13
3
10
6
10
8
2
Pct.
.722
.741
.639
.939
.722
.833
.722
.733
.933
Big West Baseball
W-L
18-5
17-7
16-8
13-11
12-12
10-14
9-14
6-18
6-18
1994
%Nevada
%Long Beach State
---*%Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
---Pacific
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
New Mexico State
63
ConferenceOverall
PCT
GB
W-L
PCT
.783
—
37-20-1 .646
.708
1.5
46-17 .730
.667
2.5
37-20 .649
.542
5.5
30-24 .555
.500
6.5
31-22-1 .583
.417
8.5
23-27 .460
.391
9.0
30-23-1 .566
.250
12.5
20-33 .377
.250
12.5
17-33 .340
1992
--%Long Beach State
*%Cal State Fullerton
%Fresno State
UNLV
San Jose State
UC Irvine
--UC Santa Barbara
New Mexico State
Pacific
SCBA Champions
Year
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
Team
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Los Angeles
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Coach
Augie Garrido
Jack Deutsch
Augie Garrido
Augie Garrido
Augie Garrido
Augie Garrido
Augie Garrido
Augie Garrido
Al Ferrer
Augie Garrido
W
17
17
24
23
20
22
23
22
22
22
L
7
7
4
4
8
6
5
6
6
6
T
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Pct.
.708
.708
.857
.839
.714
.786
.821
.786
.786
.786
53
Big West Baseball
Annual Standings
54
Conference
PCT
.833
.767
.379
.250
GB
—
2.0
13.5
17.0
Overall
W-L
PCT
47-17
.734
43-23-1
.649
18-31-2
.373
16-42
.276
1998 (South Div.)
%Cal State Fullerton
*%Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara-3
Cal Poly-3
W-L
25-5
23-7
11-18
7-21
1999
*%Cal State Fullerton
%Nevada
%Long Beach State
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Sacramento State
New Mexico State
W-L
25-5
21-9
19-11
17-13
14-16
9-21
8-22
7-23
PCT
.833
.700
.633
.567
.467
.300
.267
.233
GB
—
4.0
6.0
8.0
11.0
16.0
17.0
18.0
W-L
50-14
38-20
35-25
32-24
27-26
21-34
18-39
18-38
PCT
.781
.655
.583
.571
.509
.382
.316
.321
2000
%Nevada
%Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Sacramento State
Pacific
New Mexico State
W-L
21-9
21-9
18-12
18-12
18-12
15-15
5-25
4-26
PCT
.700
.700
.600
.600
.600
.500
.167
.133
GB
—
—
3.0
3.0
3.0
6.0
16.0
17.0
W-L
38-19
38-21
32-24
31-25
28-25
23-33
22-32
19-36
PCT
.667
.644
.571
.554
.528
.411
.407
.346
2001
*%Cal State Fullerton
%UC Santa Barbara
%Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
Cal Poly
Pacific
Sacramento State
W-L
14-4
12-6
11-7
9-9
8-10
5-13
4-14
PCT
.778
.667
.611
.500
.444
.278
.222
GB
—
2.0
3.0
5.0
6.0
9.0
10.0
W-L
48-18
40-17
35-23
34-22
30-26
25-30
24-35
PCT
.727
.702
.603
.607
.536
.455
.407
2002
%Cal State Northridge
%Long Beach State
Cal Poly
%Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Sacramento State
W-L
19-5
17-7
15-9
14-10
14-10
10-14
8-16
7-17
4-20
PCT
.792
.667
.625
.583
.583
.417
.333
.292
.167
GB
—
2.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
9.0
11.0
12.0
15.0
W-L
41-17
39-21
30-29
37-22
33-26
30-28
22-33
26-28
22-34
PCT
.707
.650
.508
.627
.559
.517
.400
.482
.393
2003
%Long Beach State
*%Cal State Fullerton
%UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Cal State Northridge
Pacific
W-L
16-5
15-6
14-7
9-12
8-13
8-13
8-13
6-15
PCT
.762
.714
.667
.429
.381
.381
.381
.286
GB
—
1.0
2.0
7.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
10.0
W-L
41-20
50-16
41-17
27-28-1
25-28
21-35
14-42
27-27
PCT
.672
.758
.707
.491
.472
.375
.250
.500
2004
*%Cal State Fullerton
%Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
%UC Irvine
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
W-L
19-2
14-7
11-10
10-11
10-11
10-11
5-16
5-16
PCT
.905
.667
.524
.476
.476
.476
.238
.238
GB
—
5.0
8.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
14.0
14.0
W-L
47-22
40-21
33-24
38-23-1
33-21
34-23-1
20-34
19-38
PCT
.680
.656
.579
.621
.611
.595
.370
.333
Conference
PCT
.762
.667
.667
.524
.476
.429
.381
.095
GB
—
2.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
14.0
Overall
W-L-T
PCT
46-18
.719
36-20
.643
37-22
.627
28-27
.509
31-25
.554
30-28
.517
26-30
.464
18-36-1
.336
2005
%Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
%Long Beach State
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Northridge
W-L
16-5
14-7
14-7
11-10
10-11
9-12
8-13
2-19
2006
*%Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
%UC Irvine
Cal Poly
Pacific
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Northridge
W-L
18-3
12-9
11-10
10-11
9-12
9-12
9-12
6-15
PCT
.857
.571
.524
.476
.429
.429
.429
.286
GB
—
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
12.0
W-L-T
50-15
29-27
36-24
29-27
30-25
29-25
26-28
26-30
PCT
.769
.518
.600
.518
.545
.537
.481
.464
2007
%UC Riverside
*%UC Irvine
%Long Beach State
Cal Poly
*%Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
W-L
16-5
15-6
15-6
13-8
10-11
9-12
3-18
3-18
PCT
.762
.714
.714
.619
.476
.429
.143
.143
GB
—
1.0
1.0
3.0
6.0
7.0
13.0
13.0
W-L-T
38-21-0
47-17-1
39-20-0
32-24-0
38-25
23-31
16-43-0
15-41-0
PCT
.644
.731
.661
.571
.603
.426
.271
.268
2008
%Cal State Fullerton
%Long Beach State
%UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
%UC Davis
Cal State Northridge
Cal Poly
Pacific
W-L
16-8
16-8
14-10
14-10
14-10
13-11
8-16
8-16
5-19
PCT
.667
.667
.583
.583
.583
.542
.333
.333
.208
GB
—
—
2
2
2
3
8
8
11
W-L-T
41-22-0
38-21-0
42-18-0
35-21-0
21-33-0
35-24-0
24-32-0
24-32-0
14-41-0
PCT
.651
.644
.700
.625
.389
.593
.429
.429
.255
2009
%UC Irvine
*%Cal State Fullerton
%Cal Poly
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
UC Davis
W-L
22-2
17-7
14-10
12-12
11-13
11-13
9-15
7-17
5-19
PCT
.917
.708
.583
.500
.458
.458
.375
.292
.208
GB
5
8
10
11
11
13
15
17
W-L-T
45-15-0
47-16-0
37-21-0
33-20-0
29-23-0
25-29-0
21-32-0
24-32-0
13-42-0
PCT
.750
.746
.638
.623
.558
.463
.396
.429
.236
2010
%Cal State Fullerton
%UC Irvine
UC Riverside
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Cal State Northridge
UC Davis
Long Beach State
W-L
21-3
17-7
13-11
12-12
10-14
10-14
9-15
9-15
7-17
PCT
.875
.708
.542
.500
.417
.417
.375
.375
.292
GB
4
7
9
11
11
12
12
14
W-L-T
46-18-0
39-21-0
32-23-0
31-23-0
24-30-0
23-32-0
29-27-0
26-29-0
23-32
PCT
.719
.650
.582
.574
.444
.418
.518
.473
.418
%Received NCAA Regional berth.
*Advanced to College World Series.
+Received NCAA District 8 playoff berth.
1
-Fresno State defeated Cal State Fullerton 2 games to 0 in divisional
play off to win conference championship.
2
-Cal State Fullerton forfeited its March 19 game to Pacific for use of
ineligible player; CSF's adjusted BWC record is 11-9 and PAC's
adjusted BWC record is 10-11.
3
-Weather problems forced the cancellation of several conference games in 1998.
-Due to rain, CSF and PAC played 18-of-21 conference games in 1990.
--Due to rain, LBSU and UCSB played 23-of-24 conference games in 1992.
---Due to scheduling problems, CSF and PAC played 20-of-21 league games in 1994.
65 66
Current Members
Cal Poly
Coach
Tenure
Ritch Price
1997-02
Larry Lee
2003-present
Cal State Fullerton
Coach
Tenure
Larry Cochell
1988-90
Augie Garrido
1975-76, 1985-87, 1991-96
George Horton
1997-2007
Dave Serrano 2008-present
Yrs.
6
8
Conference
W-L-T
Pct.
72-88-0
.436
88-89-0
.497
Overall
W-L-T
166-176-1
246-207-2
Pct.
.485
.543
Yrs.
3
11
11
3
W-L-T
35-24-0
176-66-0
198-69-0
54-18-0
Pct.
.593
.727
.742
.750
W-L-T
109-68-0
464-200-2
490-212-1
134-56-0
Pct.
.616
.698
.698
.705
Cal State Northridge
Coach
Mike Batesole
Steve Rousey
Tenure
2001-02
2003-10
Yrs.
2
8
W-L-T
28-14-0
48-129-0
Pct.
.667
.271
W-L-T
75-39-0
169-278-1
Pct.
.658
.378
Long Beach State
Coach
John Gonsalves
Dave Snow
Mike Weathers
Tenure
1970-76, 1985-88
1989-01
2002-10
Yrs.
11
13
9
W-L-T
81-148-1
218-90-0
122-79-0
Pct.
.354
.708
.607
W-L-T
252-348-4
511-290-4
311-213-0
Pct.
.421
.637
.594
UC Davis
Coach
Rex Peters
Tenure
2008-present
Yrs.
3
W-L-T
27-45-0
Pct.
.375
W-L-T
74-95-0
Pct.
.438
UC Irvine
Coach
Mike Gerakos
John Savage
Dave Serrano
Mike Gillespie
Tenure
1985-92
2002-04
2005-07
2008-present
Yrs.
8
3
3
3
W-L-T
74-93-0
32-34-0
36-27-0
53-19-0
Pct.
.443
.485
.571
.736
W-L-T
202-230-6
88-84-1
114-66-1
126-54-0
Pct.
.468
.510
.633
.700
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara
Coach
Jack Smitheran
Doug Smith
Tenure
2002-04
2005-present
Yrs.
3
6
W-L-T
35-31-0
75-60-0
Pct.
.530
.556
W-L-T
104-69-0
181-149-0
Pct.
.601
.548
Coach
Dave Gorrie
Al Ferrer
Bob Brontsema
Tenure
1970-74
1985-93
1994-present
Yrs.
5
9
17
W-L-T
41-51-0
98-102-0
186-215-0
Pct.
.446
.490
.464
W-L-T
111-104-0
290-232-8
459-453-2
Pct.
.516
.555
.503
Pacific
Coach
John Gunther
Tom Stubbs
John Picone
Keith Snider
Quincey Noble
Ed Sprague
Tenure
1972
1973-76
1985-87
1988-89
1990-03
2004-present
Yrs.
1
4
3
2
14
7
W-L-T Pct.
7-11-0
.389
36-46-0
.439
20-49-0
.290
13-29-0
.310
103-225-0
.314
52-104-0
.333
W-L-TPct.
21-28-0
.429
110-100-0
.524
57-96-0
.373
34-74-0
.315
353-390-1
.475
162-226-0
.418
Former Members
Sacramento State
Coach
John Smith
Tenure
1997-02
Yrs.
6
W-L-T
52-110-0
Pct.
.321
W-L-T
128-215-0
Pct.
.373
Fresno State
Coach
Bob Bennett
Tenure
1970-76, 1985-92
Yrs.
15
W-L-T
187-130-0
Pct.
.590
W-L-T
547-349-3
Pct.
.610
Cal State LA
Coach
Jim Reeder
Larry Cochell
Tenure
1970-71
1972-74
Yrs.
2
3
W-L-T
15-20-0
43-16-0
Pct.
.428
.729
W-L-T
63-49-1
90-62-0
Pct.
.562
.592
New Mexico State
Coach
Elliott Avent
Rocky Ward
Tenure
1992-96
1997-99
Yrs.
5
4
W-L-T
36-72-0
27-92-0
Pct.
.333
.227
W-L-T
129-136-0
81-136-0
Pct.
.487
.373
Nevada
Coach
Gary Powers
Tenure
1993-00
Yrs. W-L-T Pct.
8
122-79-0
.607
W-L-TPct.
280-153-1
.646
San Diego State
Coach
Lyle Olsen
Jim Dietz
Tenure
1970-71
1972-76
Yrs.
2
5
W-L-T
21-13-0
57-44-0
Pct.
.618
.564
W-L-T
57-42-5
151-128-3
Pct.
.576
.541
San Jose State
Coach
Gene Menges
Sam Piraro
Tenure
1970-76, 1985-86
1987-96
Yrs.
9
10
W-L-T
84-97-1
88-124-0
Pct.
.464
.415
W-L-T
222-218-1
314-250-2
Pct.
.504
.557
UNLV
Coach
Fred Dallimore
Tenure
1985-96
Yrs. W-L-T Pct.
12
143-121-0
.542
Big West Baseball
6
Coaching Records
W-L-TPct.
402-275-0
.594
- Records reflect tenure as Big West coach only - listed school-by-school
55
Coaching Records
All-Time Big West Coaching Records
(listed in order of conference winning percentage)
Big West Baseball
Conference
Coach
George Horton
Mike Gillespie
Augie Garrido
Dave Snow
Dave Serrano
Mike Batesole
Larry Cochell
Lyle Olsen
Gary Powers
Mike Weathers
Bob Bennett
Jim Dietz
Doug Smith
Fred Dallimore
Jack Smitheran
Larry Lee
Al Ferrer
John Savage
Bob Brontsema
Gene Menges
Dave Gorrie
Mike Gerakos
Tom Stubbs
Ritch Price
Jim Reeder
Sam Piraro
John Gunther
Rex Peters
John Gonsalves
Ed Sprague
Elliott Avent
John Smith
Quincey Noble
Keith Snider
John Picone
Steve Rousey
Rocky Ward
School (Tenure)
Cal State Fullerton (1997-07)
UC Irvine (2008-10)
Cal State Fullerton (’75-76, ’85-87, ’91-96)
Long Beach State (1989-01)
UC Irvine (2005-07), Cal State Fullerton (2008-10)
Cal State Northridge (2001-02)
Cal State LA (1972-74), Cal State Fullerton (1988-90)
San Diego State (1970-71)
Nevada (1993-00)
Long Beach State (2002-10)
Fresno State (1970-76, 1985-92)
San Diego State (1972-76)
UC Riverside (2005-10)
UNLV (1985-96)
UC Riverside (2002-04)
Cal Poly (2003-10)
UC Santa Barbara (1985-93)
UC Irvine (2002-04)
UC Santa Barbara (1994-10)
San Jose State (1970-76, 1985-86)
UC Santa Barbara (1970-74)
UC Irvine (1985-92)
Pacific (1973-76)
Cal Poly (1997-02)
Cal State LA (1970-71)
San Jose State (1987-96)
Pacific (1972)
UC Davis (2008-10)
Long Beach State (1970-76, 1985-88)
Pacific (2004-10)
New Mexico State (1992-96)
Sacramento State (1997-02)
Pacific (1990-03)
Pacific (1988-89)
Pacific (1985-87)
Cal State Northridge (2003-10)
New Mexico State (1997-00)
Yrs.
11
3
11
13
6
2
6
2
8
9
15
5
6
12
3
8
9
3
17
9
5
8
4
6
2
10
1
3
11
7
5
6
14
2
3
8
4
W-L-T
198-69-0
53-19-0
176-66-0
218-97-0
90-45-0
28-14-0
78-40-0
21-13-0
122-79-0
122-79-0
187-130-0
57-44-0
75-60-0
143-121-0
35-31-0
88-89-0
98-102-0
32-34-0
186-215-0
84-97-1
41-51-0
74-93-0
36-46-0
72-88-0
15-20-0
88-124-0
7-11-0
27-45-0
81-148-1
52-104-0
36-72-0
52-110-0
103-225-0
13-29-0
20-49-0
48-129-0
27-92-0
Pct.
.742
.736
.727
.708
.667
.667
.661
.618
.607
.607
.590
.564
.556
.542
.530
.497
.490
.485
.464
.464
.446
.443
.439
.436
.428
.415
.389
.375
.354
.333
.333
.321
.314
.310
.290
.271
.227
Overall
W-L-T
490-212-1
126-54-0
464-200-2
511-290-4
248-122-1
75-39-0
199-130-0
57-42-5
280-153-1
311-213-0
547-349-3
151-128-3
181-149-0
402-275-0
104-69-0
246-207-2
290-232-8
88-84-1
459-453-2
222-218-1
111-104-0
202-230-6
110-100-0
166-176-1
63-49-1
314-250-2
21-28-0
74-95-0
252-348-4
162-226-0
129-136-0
128-215-0
353-390-1
34-74-0
57-96-0
169-278-1
81-136-0
Pct.
.698
.700
.698
.637
.670
.658
.605
.576
.646
.594
.610
.541
.548
.594
.601
.543
.555
.512
.503
.504
.516
.468
.524
.485
.562
.557
.428
.438
.421
.418
.487
.373
.475
.315
.373
.378
.373
Bold indicates active coach; Records reflect tenure during school’s Big West membership
Big West Career Victory Leaders
*Conference Wins
218
Dave Snow, LBSU (1989-01)
198
George Horton, CSF (1997-07)
187
Bob Bennett, FS (1970-76, 85-92)
186
Bob Brontsema, UCSB (1994-10)
176
Augie Garrido, CSF (1975-76, 85-87, 91-96)
143
Fred Dallimore, UNLV (1985-96)
122
Gary Powers, UN (1993-00)
122
Mike Weathers, LBSU (2002-10)
103
Quincey Noble, PAC (1990-03)
98
Al Ferrer, UCSB (1985-93)
*Overall Wins
547
511
490
464
459
402
353
314
311
290
Bob Bennett, FS (1970-76, 85-92)
Dave Snow, LBSU (1989-01)
George Horton, CSF (1997-07)
Augie Garrido, CSF (1975-76, 85-87, 91-95)
Bob Brontsema, UCSB (1994-10)
Fred Dallimore, UNLV (1985-95)
Quincey Noble, Pacific (1990-03)
Sam Piraro, SJSU (1987-95)
Mike Weathers, LBSU (2002-10)
Al Ferrer, UCSB (1985-93)
Overall Career Victory Leaders
(includes tenure at all schools - current Big West coaches only)
Career Wins
1299
Mike Gillespie, UC Irvine (23)
706
Larry Lee, Cal Poly (8)
464
Rex Peters, UC Davis (17)
459
Bob Brontsema, UC Santa Barbara (17)
276
Dave Serrano, Cal State Fullerton (6)
181
Doug Smith, UC Riverside (6)
162
Ed Sprague, Pacific (7)
( ) Number of years at four-year school
Career Winning Percentage
.662
Dave Serrano, Cal State Fullerton (276-138-3)
.652
Mike Gillespie, UC Irvine (1299-692-2)
.611
Larry Lee, Cal Poly (706-448-5)
.568
Rex Peters, UC Davis (464-352-3)
.548
Doug Smith, UC Riverside (181-149-0)
.503
Bob Brontsema, UC Santa Barbara (459-453-2)
.418
Ed Sprague, Pacific (162-226-0)
*Big West Conference years only; Bold indicates active Big West coach
56
67
All-Big West Teams
1970
Mike Gallagher
Jim Carter
Jim Seida
Doug Stodgel
Harry Munez
Dale Duncan
Bob Groth
Al Ariza
Doug Hunt
Tom Gamboa
Jim Keisler
Darrel Gambero
Casey Fulcher
Bob Apodaca
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF
UTL
P
P
P
P
San Diego State
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal State LA
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Fresno State
San Jose State
San Diego State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Fresno State
San Diego State
Cal State LA
1971
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF
UTL
P
P
P
P
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
San Jose State
San Jose State
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
San Jose State
San Jose State
San Diego State
Long Beach State
Fresno State
San Jose State
Cal State LA
1972
Dave Kuehn
Mack McDermott
Larry Prieto
John Urzi
Rocky Hernandez
Al Ariza
Skip Jarvis
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State LA
Fresno State
San Jose State
Cal State LA
San Jose State
Cal State LA
OF
OF
UTL
P
P
P
P
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Cal State LA
1973
Bud Bulling
Charlie Bates
Mark Kettman
Rob Brassea
Mark Hance
Tim Corcoran
Andrew Dyes
Franz Vaiarello
Bob Kellison
Craig Clark
Dan Grimm
Jeff Gingrich
Rod Bovee
Bob Edwards
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF
UTL
P
P
P
P
Cal State LA
Cal State LA
San Jose State
San Jose State
Fresno State
Cal State LA
Fresno State
Pacific
San Diego State
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
San Jose State
Pacific
Cal State LA
1974
Bud Bulling
Jim Skaalan
Bob Felts
Ron Zakoor
John Helfrick
Billy Getz
Tim Corcoran
Dan Parma
Sly Washington
Eric Buzza
Dan Grimm
Larry Prewitt
Rick Lysander
Jeff Migdal
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF
DH
P
P
P
P
Cal State LA
San Diego State
Fresno State
Pacific
San Diego State
San Diego State
Cal State LA
Cal State LA
Cal State LA
Cal State LA
Fresno State
Pacific
Cal State LA
Cal State LA
1975
Andy Pasillas
George Horton
Tom Henningson
Kurt Wittmayer
Gary Armstrong
Jody Robinson
Frank Estes
Bob Phelps
Dave Boer
Gary Miyama
Dan Boone
Jeff Gingrich
Syd Church
Larry Prewitt
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF
DH
P
P
P
P
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
San Diego State
San Diego State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Pacific
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
Pacific
Pacific
1976
Pacific's Larry Prewitt earned All-Big West First Team
honors two consecutive years (1974, 1975). Prewitt
still holds the top spot on the Tigers' career ERA list
at 1.83.
Andy Pasillas
Fernando Garcia
Gary Pallant
Gary Armstrong
Mike Zouras
Jody Robinson
Jeff Nichols
Steve Fenoglio
Ron Myers
George Horton
Dan Boone
Curt Lewis
Bob McRae
Syd Church
Chick Valley
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF DH
P
P
P
P
P
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
Long Beach State
San Diego State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Pacific
San Diego State
1985
First Team
Tim Arnold
Mike Oglesbee
Jose Mota
Matt Williams
Bill Geivett
John Fishel
Don Blankenship
Steve Ochoa
Bob Perry
Dave Stewart
Mike Schooler
Mark Gardner
Ken Crew
Anthony Telford
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
P
P
P
P
UNLV
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
San Jose State
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
Fresno State
San Jose State
Second Team
Rob Canepa
Steve Moser
Robert Bafia
Shane Turner
Joe Xavier
Earl Boles
Cal Cain
Jef Garcia
Tony Zavala
George Bonilla
Mike Goff
Billy Wells
Mike Tresemer
C
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
P
P
P
P
Long Beach State
UNLV
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
San Jose State
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
1986
First Team
John Eccles
Mike Oglesbee
Gene Roumimper
Scott Cerny
Matt Williams
Vince Teixeira
Tony Felicione
Tom Baine
Quinn Mack
Mark Leonard
Tom Logan
Keith Watkins
Larry Casian
Mike Goff
Mike Tresemer
Mike Pitz
C
1B
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
DH
P
P
P
P
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
P
P
P
P
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
Honorable Mention Team
Vance Pascua
OF
Tim Meamber
P
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
Second Team
Greg Vella
Steve Moser
Pat Garman
Erik Johnson
Steve Bates
Jef Garcia
Reed Peters
Mike Belanger
Bruce Egloff
Mike Harkey
Anthony Telford
Big West Baseball
Jim Gmur
Scott Brown
Scott Wolfe
Larry Lintz
Brian Nakamoto
Steve Ross
Allen Jones
Al Ariza
Greg Marshall
Ron Layton
Jim Keisler
Dick Ruthven
Mike Rusk
Bob Apodaca
Paul Lee
Steve Ross
Tony Torres
Dick Ruthven
Rick Dierker
Pete Martinez
John McAllen
57
All-Big West Teams
1987
Big West Baseball
First Team
Joe Ortiz
Kevin Lofthus
Mike Ross
Erik Johnson
Tony Trevino
Mark Baca
Steve Bates
Quinn Mack
Reed Peters
Doug Kline
Andy Mota
Larry Casian
Mike Harkey
Craig Brink
Anthony Telford
58
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF
UT
DH
P
P
P
P
Pacific
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
San Jose State
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
FH
OF
OF
OF
UTL
P
P
P
P
P
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Pacific
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
Pacific
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
Honorable Mention Team
Jeff Oberdank
2B
Vince Brigman
3B
Tom Logan
DH
Ken Garcia
OF
Greg Mannion
OF
Tim McKercher
C
Dan Archibald
P
UC Irvine
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
San Jose State
Second Team
Mike Ham
John Seeburger
Perry Manley
Ed Zosky
Mark Razook
Tom Goodwin
Sid Herrera
Joe Kemp
Brandon Mitchell
Mark Fryan
Longo Garcia
Bob Maitia
Doug Nelson
Gabby Rodriguez
Butch Seuberth
Scott Lewis
Marty Lequerica
SP
RP
Honorable Mention Team
Greg Banda
OF
Donovan Osbourne
P
UNLV
UNLV
San Jose State
UNLV
1989
First Team
Brent Mayne
Rex Peters
Chris Gill
Eddie Zosky
Jeff Antoon
Tom Goodwin
Darrell Sherman
Jerrold Rountree
Frank Appice
David Staton
Kyle Abbott
Rich Crane
Donovan Osborne
Andy Croghan
Bobby Jones
Second Team
Steve Vondran
Mike Burton
Chris Gallego
Al Rodriguez
Larry Simms
David Baxter
Daniel Berthel
Eric Booker
Perry Sanchez
Kevin Lofthus
Todd Deck
Donnie Rea
Erik Schullstron
Dave Tellers
Greg Hays
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
Fresno State
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Fresno State
UNLV
Long Beach State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
UNLV
UNLV
Long Beach State
San Jose State
Long Beach State
UNLV
Pacific
San Jose State
Fresno State
San Jose State
Long Beach State
1988
First Team
Brent Mayne
Lance Shebelut
Steve Pearse
Eddie Zosky
Mike Burton
Tom Goodwin
Scott Childress
Steve Hosey
Tim McKercher
Ed Landphere
Dan Archibald
Rich Crane
John Salles
Erik Schullstrom
Steve Pirolli
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
UNLV
Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
San Jose State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Fresno State
Pacific
Second Team
Dave Sturdivant
Keith Kaub
Mike Ross
John Seeburger
Mark Razook
Deryk Gross
Sid Herrera
Jeff Mott
Mark Beck
Craig Brink
Longo Garcia
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
SP
SP
SP
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Long Beach State
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Honorable Mention Team
Mike Czarnetzki
OF
Don Barbara
DH
Huck Flener
SP
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
1990
First Team
Todd Johnson
Don Barbara
Mate’ Borgogno
Al Rodriguez
Jeff Antoon
Rich Gonzales
Eric Booker
Mike Czarnetzki
Todd Guggiana
Jason Giambi
Huck Flener
James Popoff
Steve Wolf
Andy Croghan
Ken Whitworth
Bobby Jones
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
Fresno State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Fresno State
Second Team
Matt Hattabaugh
Osmar DeChavez
Chris Gallego
Phil Nevim
Kevin Furlow
Cobi Cradle
Jerrold Rountree
Tim Johnson
Frank Charles
Richy Scruggs
Dave Tellers
Mark Ringkamp
Donovan Osbourne
Greg Hays
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
San Jose State
San Jose State
UNLV
Long Beach State
Honorable Mention Team
Jeff Ball
3B
Rich Haar
SS
Keith Johnson
SS
Fred Combs
OF
San Jose State
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
UC Irvine
1991
UC Santa Barbara third baseman, Jeff Antoon,
earned All-Big West First Team honors in 1989 and
1990.
First Team
Matt Hattabaugh
Ricky Scruggs
Lamarr Rogers
Jason Wood
Jason Giambi
Rich Harr
Jerrold Rountree
Tory Miran
Brent Cookson
Todd Johnson
Scott Talanoa
Bobby Jones
Steve Whitaker
Tim DeGrasse
Dan Naulty
Chris Robinson
C
1B
2B
SS
3B
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
Long Beach State
Fresno State
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
Long Beach State
Fresno State
Long Beach State
Fresno State
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Steve Cerio
Jeff Entoon
Bryant Winslow
Phil Romero
Jason Moler
Keith Johnson
Ed Christian
C
1B
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Long Beach State
All-Big West Teams
Mike Goodcase
Mike Noel
Frank Charles
Lino Diaz
Joe Brownholtz
Andy Croghan
Chris Martin
Steve Traschel
Hank Tagle
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
San Jose State
UNLV
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
San Jose State
UC Santa Barbara
1992
First Team
Jason Moler
Todd Johnson
Brant Brown
Dave Waco
Phil Nevin
Chris Gomez
Danny Lane
Michael Case
Ed Christian
Dante Powell
Todd Pridy
Jeff Antoon
Todd Taylor
Dan Naulty
James Popoff
Jon Graves
C
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Second Team
Alex Kuhn
Alan Burke
Steve Sisco
Jason Giambi
Keith Johnson
Gary McNamara
Jason Bugg
Chip Sell
Al Sanderson
Kraig Constantino
Tory Miran
Jim Patterson
Steve Soderstrom
Anthony Chavez
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
New Mexico State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Pacific
Fresno State
San Jose State
Pacific
New Mexico State
San Jose State
UNLV
Fresno State
Fresno State
San Jose State
Honorable Mention
Alex Kuhn
Alan Burke
Steve Sisco
Jason Giambi
Keith Johnson
Jason Bugg
Gary McNamara
Chip Sell
Al Sanderson
Kraig Constantino
David Bladow
Larry Shenk
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
New Mexico State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Pacific
San Jose State
Fresno State
Pacific
New Mexico State
San Jose State
UC Irvine
Pacific
69 70
Dave Sick
Pat Bennett
SP
RP
San Jose State
UC Santa Barbara
1993
First Team
Erik Moreno
Adam Millan
Doug Bame
Jeremy Carr
Gerad Cawhorn
David Zuniga
Dante Powell
Cobi Cradle
Efrain Lara
Jared Jenke
Dan Ricabal
Daniel Choi
Mike Fontana
Gabe Gonzalez
C
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
San Jose State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
New Mexico State
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Second Team
Mike Hubel
George Martinez
Eric Pitt
John Coats
Lino Diaz
Rich Haar
Matt Bokemeier
Tony Banks
Jeff Liefer
Chris Prieto
Chip Sell
Chris Singleton
Joey Chavez
Mike Parisi
Dave Sick
Richard Smith
C
1B
1B
2B
3B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
SP
SP
SP
RP
UNLV
New Mexico State
San Jose State
UNLV
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Nevada
Pacific
Nevada
San Jose State
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
San Jose State
Honorable Mention Team
Rob Barber
C
Dave Duncan
2B
Mark Lewis
SS
Kevin Curtis
OF
Eric Dalton
OF
Jon Polson
OF
Victor Sanchez
UTL
Al Sanderson
DH
Pacific
New Mexico State
Nevada
Long Beach State
New Mexico State
UNLV
Pacific
New Mexico State
1994
First Team
Victor Sanchez
Tim Gavello
Jeff Ferguson
Curt Zimmerman
Mark Lewis
Chip Sell
Gus Kennedy
Rolando Avila
Ron Lewis
Mike Schroeder
Matt Wagner
Scott Rivette
Dave Sick
Ted Silva
Second Team
Neil Garcia
Justin Drizos
Eric Martins
Jason Gill
Chris Amos
Ryan Miller
Jay Johnson
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Pacific
San Jose State
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Pacific
Pacific
UNLV
Long Beach State
Pacific
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
San Jose State
Cal State Fullerton
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
Nevada
Nevada
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Long Beach State
Nevada
Mark Kotsay
Paul LaGreca
Shane Slayton
Eric Pitt
Kevin Lake
Mike Parisi
Bobby Post
Gabe Gonzales
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
Nevada
San Jose State
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
Long Beach State
Honorable Mention Team
Bret Hemphill
C
Nick Kuster
1B
Dante Powell
OF
Wynter Phoenix
OF
Ryan Plughoff
OF
Laverne Thomas
OF
John Coats
UTL
Mike Fontana
SP
Danny Miller
SP
Dan Ricabal
SP
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UNLV
San Jose State
UNLV
Long Beach State
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
1995
First Team
Brian Loyd
Justin Drizos
Travis Janssen
Jeff Liefer
Ryan Hankins
Zach Elliott
Mark Kotsay
Tony Miranda
Jorge Perez
Ron Lewis
Jason Hodges
Ted Silva
Nate Yeskie
Scott Rivette
Gabe Gonzalez
C
1B
2B
3B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
New Mexico State
Long Beach State
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
Pacific
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Second Team
Kirk Pierce
Jared Janke
Joe Fraser
Jack Jones
Jeremy Giambi
Jason Minici
Shane Slayton
Carlos Licon
Tim Dixon
Jaime Mendes
Kyle Wilson
Rico Lagattuta
C
1B
2B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Nevada
New Mexico State
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
Long Beach State
Nevada
Honorable Mention Team
Mat Erwin
C
Travis McClendon
C
Brian Anthony
1B
Wade Jackson
2B
Andre Champagne
SS
Doug Smaldino
OF
Mark Chavez
RP
Mark Kotsay
RP
Nevada
UNLV
UNLV
Nevada
New Mexico State
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Big West Baseball
Honorable Mention Team
Antonio Vernon
C
Steve Sisco
2B
David Wisco
2B
Nick Kuster
3B
Phil Nevin
SS
Pat Floyd
UTL
Dusty Madsen
UTL
Ken Henderson
OF
Tim Johnson
OF
Chip Sell
OF
Jack Bailey
SP
Chris Huber
SP
Mark Ringkamp
SP
Tom Myers
RP
UC Irvine
Fresno State
Cal State Fullerton
UNLV
Pacific
Long Beach State
San Jose State
Long Beach State
UNLV
1996
First Team
Brian Loyd
David Willis
Mark McNelly
Ryan Hankins
Jason Knupfer
Mark Kotsay
Jeremy Giambi
Brett Hardy
Andy Dominique
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UT
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
New Mexico State
UNLV
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
59
Big West Baseball
All-Big West Teams
60
Brian Anthony
Brent Billingsley
Marcus Jones
Tom LaRosa
Ryan Brannan
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
UNLV
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UNLV
Long Beach State
Jay Uhlman
John Arnold
Aaron Rowand
Mike Zirelli
Bryan Noyes
Second Team
Stacy Kleiner
Robert Berns
Patrick Walsh
Carlos Licon
Paul Tanner
Wynter Phoenix
Scott Pfeifer
Will Skett
Scott Vincent
Ron Lewis
Ryan Kritscher
Jason Davis
Scott Hild
Steve Hueston
Mark Chavez
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
UNLV
San Jose State
San Jose State
New Mexico State
UNLV
UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
Long Beach State
UNLV
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
San Jose State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
First Team
Corky Miller
Steve Wood
David Bacani
Paul Day
Andre Champagne
Aaron Rowand
Terrmel Sledge
Lyle Overbay
Greg Jacobs
Josh Payne
Benito Flores
Erasmo Ramirez
Jim Brink
Adam Johnson
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Nevada
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
New Mexico State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Sacramento State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Honorable Mention Team
Shane Slayton
C
Kevin Eberwein
1B
Glen Carson
1B
Mike Lamb
2B
Wade Jackson
2B
Lou Tapia
3B
Eric Stevens
OF
Skip Kill
DH
Kirk Irvine
SP
Bryan Kozlowski
RP
Nevada
UNLV
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
UC Santa Barbara
San Jose State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
San Jose State
Second Team
Justin Lehr
Jason Story
Justin Martin
Chris Weekly
Justin Hall
Pete Fukuhara
Chuck Lopez
Jason Bolton
Jason Berni
Don Price
Bryan LaCour
Caleb Balbuena
Darin Moore
Dustin Tubb
Mike Gallo
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
UC Santa Barbara
New Mexico State
Nevada
New Mexico State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Sacramento State
Long Beach State
Nevada
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Pacific
Sacramento State
Long Beach State
1997
First Team
Mike Lamb
Toby Sanchez
Scott Kidd
Harvey Hargrove
Andy Dominique
Mike Young
Ryan Upshaw
Gary Johnson
Shane Rooney
Jerome Alviso
Marty Camacho
Matt Wise
Marcus Jones
Dan Reichert
Mike Greenlee
Ara Petrosian
C
1B
2B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal Poly
Sacramento State
Nevada
UC Santa Barbara
New Mexico State
Nevada
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Second Team
Matt Priess
Boyd Dodder
Izzy Gonzalez
Taber Maier
Steve Chatham
JJ Newkirk
Paul Day
Cory Smith
Pete Fukuhara
Brian Tokarse
Rocky Biddle
Brent Husted
C
1B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
Cal Poly
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
New Mexico State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Nevada
Honorable Mention Team
Justin Lehr
C
Corky Miller
C
CJ Ankrum
1B
David Willis
1B
Steve Rohlmeier
3B
UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
SS
OF
OF
SP
SP
Nevada
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
1998
Honorable Mention Team
Bryan Kennedy
C
Glen Carson
1B
Dan Elorduy
1B
Matt Elam
2B
Mark Schlosser
2B
Brandon Marshall
3B
Justin Gemoll
SS
Cory Smith
OF
Brad Wright
OF
Troy Kinto
SP
Long Beach State
Nevada
Sacramento State
Cal Poly
New Mexico State
Sacramento State
UC Santa Barbara
New Mexico State
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
1999
First Team
Matt Ortiz
Chris Beck
Don Price
David Bacani
Ryan Owens
Chris Weekly
Brad Wright
Jaeme Leal
Aaron Rifkin
Reed Johnson
Spencer Oborn
Lyle Overbay
Mike Gallo
Darin Moore
Matt Sorensen
Mark Short
C
1B
1B
2B
3B
SS
UTL
DH
DH
OF
OF
OF
SP
SP
SP
RP
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
Long Beach State
Pacific
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Second Team
Chris Barski
Bryan LaCour
Justin Marton
Greg Dobbs
Bobby Crosby
Ryan Church
Chris Roberson
Joe Inglett
Terrmel Sledge
Chris Wright
Adam Johnson
Chad Qualls
Matt Rainer
Scott Albin
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
UTL
DH
OF
OF
OF
SP
SP
SP
RP
New Mexico State
UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Nevada
New Mexico State
Nevada
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Nevada
Nevada
Nevada
Honorable Mention Team
Bill Duplissea
C
Jesse Krebs
2B
David Ferres
2B
David Molidor
3B
Matt Maguire
SS
Brandon Marshall
SS
Arona Taele
DH
Aurelio Jackson
OF
Jon Smith
SP
Luke Sullivan
SP
Kirk Saarloos
RP
UC Santa Barbara
Sacramento State
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
Sacramento State
Nevada
Sacramento State
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
Cal State Fullerton
2000
Cal State Fullerton pitcher Mike Greenlee was
tabbed All-Big West First Team in 1997. Greenlee
continues to be part of the Titan baseball program
today as the sports information director.
First Team
Matt Ortiz
Don Price
David Bacani
Dave Molidor
Bobby Crosby
Jason Walker
Tyler Von Schell
Ryan Church
Joe Inglett
Chuck Lopez
Chris Stringfellow
Adam Johnson
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
UTL
DH
OF
OF
OF
OF
SP
Nevada
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
Nevada
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
All-Big West Teams
Chad Qualls
Darrell Rasner
Kirk Saarloos
Nevada
Nevada
Cal State Fullerton
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
UTL
UTL
DH
OF
OF
OF
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal Poly
Cal Poly
Sacramento State
Nevada
Sacramento State
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
Cal State Fullerton
New Mexico State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Honorable Mention Team
Chad Peshke
2B
Rick Gonzalez
OF
Cory Williams
DH
Joe Isaacson
RP
UC Santa Barbara
Sacramento State
Sacramento State
UC Santa Barbara
2001
First Team
Brett Kay
Tim Arroyo
David Bacani
Chad Peshke
Kevin Tillman
Dave Molidor
Bobby Crosby
Mike Rouse
J.T. Stotts
Jeff Jones
Jared Schumaker
Ryan Spilborghs
Jason Walker
Robert Smith
James Garcia
Darric Merrell
Kirk Saarloos
Chad Cordero
C
1B
2B
2B
2B
3B
SS
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Bryan Kennedy
Tyler Von Schell
Carlos Morales
Robert Guzman
Aurelio Jackson
Jed Stringham
Jeremy Reed
Mike Kolbach
DJ Houlton
Bill Murphy
Rylie Ogle
Mike Rick
C
1B
3B
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Sacramento State
Cal State Fullerton
Sacramento State
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Northridge
Honorable Mention Team
Jason Allec
C
Adam Nikolic
OF
Jason Corapci
UTL
Andy Davidson
SP
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
2002
Jeff Groeger
First Team
Jason Allec
Brian Haskell
Shaun Larkin
Ryan Haag
Jason Gorman
Shane Costa
Jeremy Reed
Eric Verbryke
James Stanford
Bryan Gant
Abe Alvarez
Wes Littleton
Kevin Correia
Chad Cordero
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Northridge
Cal Poly
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
Pacific
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Chris Miller
Matt Anderson
Chris Malec
Aaron Escobedo
Scott Anderson
Justin Smyres
Tim Gilhooly
Jon Horwitz
Adam Seuss
Chris Kinsey
Paul McAnulty
Jordan DeJong
Daniel Eisentrager
Bill Murphy
Chris Smith
Andy Davidson
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
UC Irvine
UC Riverside
Sacramento State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
UC Riverside
Cal State Northridge
Honorable Mention Team
Brad Davis
C
Kyle Wilson
C
Tim Arroyo
1B
Randy Blood
2B
Aaron Harper
3B
Dave Licht
SS
Nick Covarrubias
OF
Chris Klemm
OF
Adam Nikolic
OF
Ryan Spilborghs
OF
Tim Hutting
UTL
Matt Wilkerson
UTL
RJ Brown
DH
Long Beach State
Cal Poly
Cal State Northridge
UC Riverside
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
SP
Sacramento State
First Team
Todd Jennings
Kevin Mangels
Adam Leavitt
Tony Festa
Randy Blood
Shane Costa
Ryan Harvey
Brian Wahlbrink
Brad Davis
Cory Lake
Abe Alvarez
Jaymie Torres
Jered Weaver
Chad Cordero
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
Long Beach State
Pacific
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Brian Emmons
Richie Burgos
Justin Turner
Adam Heether
Troy Tulowitzki
Danny Dorn
Sam Herbert
Chris Klemm
Mark Wagner
Nic Rodriguez
AJ Shappi
Brett Smith
Jason Windsor
Neil Jamison
UC
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UTL
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
2003
Honorable Mention Team
PJ Pilittere
C
Justin Smyres
SS
Kyle Boyer
OF
Pat Breen
OF
John Bowker
OF
Matt Cummingham
OF
Sergio Pedroza
DH
Wes Littleton
SP
Dustin Miller
SP
Leo Rozales
SP
Carlos Muniz
RP
Steve Schroer
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Cal Poly catcher
Kyle Blumenthal
was named 2005
Big West Co-Player
of the Year, as well
as earning 2005
All-Big West First
Team Honors.
Big West Baseball
Second Team
Keith Anderson
Steve Wood
Carlos Morales
Alex Rangel
Jesse Krebs
Jason Corapci
Bobby Pierce
Jake Epsteinn
Casey Crume
Jeff Jones
Steve Woodward
Jeff Leuenberger
Joe Smith
Jon Smith
Josh Alliston
SP
SP
RP
61
All-Big West Teams
Big West Baseball
2004
62
First Team
Kurt Suzuki
Michael Paulk
Chris Malec
Tony Festa
Troy Tulowitzki
Sam Herbert
John Bowker
Clark Hardman
Jason Vargas
Brandon Roberts
Jered Weaver
Jason Windsor
Brett Smith
Blair Erickson
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UT
DH
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
Long Beach State
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
Second Team
Brad Davis
Mike Hofius
Justin Turner
Ronnie Prettyman
Chris Valaika
Jordan Szabo
Chalon Tietje
Danny Dorn
John Voita
PJ Pilittere
Cesar Ramos
Ricky Romero
Jimmy Shull
Neil Jamison
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Honorable Mention Team
Aaron Harper
2B
Matt Anderson
3B
Danny Mocny
3B
Brian Steinmeyer
SS
Brett Bigler
OF
Matt Cummingham
OF
Johnny Coit
OF
Sergio Pedroza
OF
Felipe Garcia
DH
Alberto Quintana
UTL
John Martinez
SP
Brian Hoff
RP
Alex McRobbie
RP
Pacific
UC Irvine
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara
2005
First Team
Kyle Blumenthal
Justin Baum
Brett Dalton
Ronnie Prettyman
Troy Tulowitzki
Blake Davis
Sergio Pedroza
Brandon Roberts
Aaron Grant
Andrew Martinez
Alberto Quintana
Ricky Romero
Garrett Olson
Cesar Ramos
Neil Jamison
Second Team
Mark Wagner
Brett Pill
Justin Turner
Evan Longoria
Chris Malec
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
Cal Poly
Pacific
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Matt Wilkerson
Matt Cunningham
Sean Boatright
Brett Bigler
Felipe Garcia
Nick Salotti
Scott Sarver
Jared Hughes
Chris Nicoll
Josh Schmidt
Mike Bille
OF
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
RP
Honorable Mention Team
Brandon Gottier
C
Michael Paulk
OF
Jimmy Van Ostrand
OF
Danny Dorn
OF
Matt Berezay
OF
Luke Massetti
SP
Jimmy Shull
SP
Marco Estrada
SP
Vinnie Pestano
RP
Brian Anderson
RP
Alex McRobbie
RP
Blair Erickson
RP
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Pacific
Cal Poly
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Pacific
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
2006
First Team
Matt Canepa
Brett Pill
Justin Turner
Evan Longoria
Blake Davis
Chris Valaika
Brett Bigler
DJ Hollingsworth
Brandon Tripp
Matt Berezay
Jimmy Van Ostrand
Andrew Carpenter
Lauren Gagnier
Wes Roemer
Vinnie Pestano
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
John Curtis
Steve Lemmon
Robbie Blauer
Jamie Martinez
Alden Carrithers
Cody Cipriano
Josh Lansford
Danny Dorn
Matt Emerick
Robert Perry
Shane Peterson
Bob Saunders
Craig Baker
Scott Gorgen
Dustin Miller
James Simmons
Justin Segal
C
C
1B
1B
2B
3B
3B
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara
Honorable Mention Team
Chris McMurray
C
Evan McArthur
3B
Danny Espinosa
SS
Scott Lyons
SS
David Cooper
DH
Grant Desme
OF
Anthony Jackson
OF
Joey Centanni
SP
Jared Hughes
SP
Blair Erickson
RP
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Pacific
Pacific
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Daniel Stange
RP
2007
UC Riverside
First Team
Travis Howell
Joe Oliveira
Robbie Blauer
Cody Cipriano
Justin Baum
Jaime Pedroza
Grant Desme
Clark Hardman
Robert Perry
Shane Peterson
Taylor Holiday
Scott Gorgen
Thomas Eager
James Simmons
Joe Kelly
C
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
Long Beach State
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Pacific
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
UC Riverside
Second Team
Jorge Andrade Jr.
Matt Cline
Tyler Vaughn
Danny Espinosa
Ben Orloff
Joey Gonzales
Ollie Linton
Logan Schafer
Aaron Wible
Mike Vass
Wes Dorrell
Wes Etheridge
Jeff Kaplan
Wes Roemer
Evan Reed
1B
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
Cal State Northridge
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Honorable Mention Team
John Curtis
C
Jeff Dunbar
C
Aaron Lowenstein
C
Chris McMurray
C
Brent Morel
3B
Kyle Smith
SS
Chris Fox
OF
TJ Mittlestaedt
OF
Sean Madigan
DH
Andrew Lievel
SP
Marc Rzepczynski
SP
Derrick Saito
RP
Cal State Fullerton
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
2008
First Team
Jake Jefferies
Shane Peterson
Drew Garcia
Brent Morel
Ben Orloff
Erik Komatsu
Logan Schafer
Mike Zuanich
Ryan Scoma
Aaron Wible
Scott Gorgen
Jeff Kaplan
Andrew Liebel
Christian Bergman
Eric Pettis
Second Team
Chris McMurray
Wes Dorrell
Adam Ching
Ty Kelly
Patrick Rose
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
UC Davis
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
C
1B
2B
3B
3B
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Pacific
UC Davis
UC Santa Barbara
All-Big West Teams
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
CP
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis
UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis
Cal State Northridge
Ryan Goetz
Ben Orloff
Khris Davis
Josh Fellhauer
Eric Deragisch
Nick Longmire
Michael Hur
Adam Buschini
Daniel Bibona
Daniel Renken
Joe Gardner
Nick Ramirez
Eric Pettis
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Pacific
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Honorable Mention
Joe Oliveira
Eric Oliver
TS Reed
Jason Tweedy
Ryan Pineda
Christian Colon
Danny Espinosa
Jason Corder
Jonathan Jones
Ryan Lee
Nick Longmire
Ryan Royster
Gary Brown
John Parham
Phil Hann
Brad McAtee
Bryce Stowell
Andy Suiter
Adam Jorgenson
Corey Jones
Mike Walker
Devin Lohman
C.J. Belanger
Michael Hur
T.J. Mittelstaedt
Tyler Pill
Carlos Lopez
Joey Siddons
Christian Bergman
Dylan Floro
Andrew Gagnon
Jimmy Jolicoeur
Matt Lewis
2B
3B
3B
OF
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
UC Riverside
Long Beach State
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
UC Davis
C
1B
2B
2B
3B
SS
SS
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
UTL
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
RP
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Northridge
Long Beach State
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Long Beach State
Cal Poly
Pacific
UC Davis
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
Cal State Northridge
UC Davis
UC Irvine
UC Davis
Cal State Fullerton
Second Team
Kurt Wideman
Eric Oliver
J.B. Brown
Casey Stevenson
Mike Walker
Kyle Smith
Ryan Lee
Carl Uhl
Ronald Shaeffer
Joey Centanni
Paul Applebee
Christian Bergman
Adam Wilk
Dustin Emmons
Brian Slover
C
1B
2B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
Pacific
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
UC Irvine
Pacific
Cal Poly
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Pacific
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Long Beach State
UC Riverside
Cal State Northridge
Honorable Mention Team
Ross Brayton
C
Dustin Garneau
C
Marty Mullins
C
Richard Cates
1B
Matt Valaika
2B
Ryan Cavan
3B
Ty Kelly
3B
Christian Colon
SS
Brian Gump
OF
Tommy Reyes
OF
DJ Gentile
DH
Gary Brown
UTL
Tyler Pill
SP
Noe Ramirez
SP
Mark DeVincenzi
RP
PJ Rousey
RP
Brock Bardeen
RP
Eric Massingham
CP
Charlie Ruiz
CP
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
Cal State Northridge
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
Long Beach State
Honorable Mention Team
Billy Marcoe
C
Marty Mullins
C
Joe Oliveira
C
Dominic D'Anna
1B
Brian Martin
1B
Steve Tinoco
1B
Casey Stevenson
2B
Richie Pedroza
3B
Joey Terdoslavich
3B
Matt Valaika
SS
Bobby Crocker
OF
Nick Longmire
OF
Scott Lyman
OF
Adam Melker
OF
Mario Hollands
SP
Jesse Meaux
SP
Mitch Patito
CP
Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
Cal State Northridge
Pacific
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Cal Poly
Pacific
UC Davis
Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
2009
First Team
Francis Larson
Jared Clark
Matt Jensen
C
1B
2B
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal Poly
2010
UC Irvine's Ben Orloff concluded his career at UC Irvine
earning the 2009 Brooks Wallace Award, given to the
nation’s best shortstop, as announced by the College
Baseball Foundation at a reception in Omaha, Neb.,
during the College World Series.
First Team
Rob Brantly
Francis Larson
Nick Ramirez
Ryan Pineda
Brian Hernandez
Christian Colon
Gary Brown
Tony Nix
Luke Yoder
Justin Shults
David Popkins
Daniel Bibona
Noe Ramirez
Daniel Renken
Hunter Carnevale
Eric Pettis
Second Team
Jeff Cusick
J.B. Brown
C
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
DH
UTL
SP
SP
SP
RP
CP
1B
2B
UC Riverside
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
UC Riverside
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
UC Davis
UC Irvine
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton
Pacific
UC Irvine
UC Irvine
Pacific
Big West Baseball
Shane Carlson
Joey Gonzales
Josh Fellhauer
Ollie Linton
Luke Yoder
Richard Cates
Cory Arbiso
Mike Ford
Eddie Gamboa
Michael Martin
Justin Fitzgerald
Edwin Quirarte
63
All-Time Honorees
School by School First Team Selections
(Current Members Only)
Big West Baseball
Cal Poly
64
Kyle Blumenthal, C, 2005
Adam Buschini, UTL, 2009
Marty Camacho, DH, 1997
Matt Canepa, C, 2006
Grant Desme, OF, 2007
Thomas Eager, SP, 2007
Bryan Gant, DH, 2002
Brian Haskell, 1B, 2002
Sam Herbert, OF, 2004
Matt Jensen, 2B, 2009
Scott Kidd, 2B, 1997
Adam Leavitt, 2B, 2003
Brent Morel, 3B, 2008
Garrett Olson, SP, 2005
Brandon Roberts, DH, 2004-05
Logan Schafer, OF, 2008
Kevin Tillman, 2B, 2001
Jimmy Van Ostrand, UT, 2006
Steve Wood, 1B, 1998
Luke Yoder, OF, 2010
Cal State Fullerton
Jerome Alviso, UT, 1997
Mark Baca, OF, 1987
David Bacani, 2B, 1998-01
Chris Beck, 1B, 1999
Brent Billingsley, SP, 1996
Dan Boone, P, 1975-76
Mate' Borgogno, 2B, 1990
Gary Brown, OF, 2010
Jeremy Carr, 2B, 1993
Larry Casian, P, 1986-87
Jared Clark, 1B, 2009
Christian Colon, SS, 2010
Chad Cordero, RP, 2001-03
Shane Costa, OF, 2003
Blake Davis, SS, 2005-06
Khris Davis, OF, 2009
John Eccles, C, 1986
Frank Estes, OF, 1975
Josh Fellhauer, OF, 2009
Jeff Ferguson, 2B, 1994
Huck Flener, P, 1990
Benito Flores, SP, 1998
John Fishel, OF, 1985
Lauren Gagnier, SP, 2006
Jeremy Giambi, OF, 1996
Rich Gonzales, OF, 1990
Mike Greenlee, RP, 1997
Clark Hardman, OF, 2004, 07
Mike Harkey, P, 1987
Matt Hattabaugh, C, 1991
George Horton, 1B, 1975-76
Greg Jacobs, UT, 1998
Adam Johnson, RP, 1998, 2000
Reed Johnson, OF, 1999
Jeff Kaplan, SP, 2008
Brett Kay, C, 2001
Erik Komatsu, OF, 2008
Mark Kotsay, OF, 1995-96
Mike Lamb, C, 1997
Curt Lewis, P, 1976
Brian Loyd, C, 1995-96
Brent Mayne, C, 1988-89
Darric Merrell, P, 2001
Adam Millan, C, 1993
Tony Miranda, OF, 1995
Andy Mota, DH, 1987
Jose Mota, 2B, 1985
Jason Moler, C, 1992
Dan Naulty, P, 1991-92
Phil Nevin, 3B, 1992
Jeff Nichols, OF, 1976
Spencer Oborn, OF, 1999
Ryan Owens, 3B, 1999
Andy Pasillas, C, 1975-76
Sergio Pedroza, OF, 2005
Vinnie Pestano, RP, 2006
Rex Peters, 1B, 1989
Brett Pill, 1B, 2006
James Popoff, P, 1990, 1992
Dante Powell, OF, 1992-93
Ronnie Prettyman, 3B, 2005
Erasmo Ramirez, SP, 1998
Nick Ramirez, RP, 2009-10
Noe Ramirez, SP, 2010
Daniel Renken, SP, 2009-10
Dan Ricabal, SP, 1993
Aaron Rifkin, DH, 1999
Chris Robinson, P, 1991
Jody Robinson, OF, 1975-76
Wes Roemer, SP, 2006
Ricky Romero, SP, 2005
Mike Ross, 2B, 1987
Mike Rouse, SS, 2001
Aaron Rowand, OF, 1998
Kirk Saarloos, RP/SP, 2000-01
Mike Schooler, P, 1985
Ted Silva, P, 1994-95
Matt Sorensen, SP, 1999
Dave Staton, DH, 1989
Chris Stringfellow, OF, 2000
Kurt Suzuki, C, 2004
Tony Trevino, 3B, 1987
Brandon Tripp, OF, 2006
Justin Turner, 2B, 2006
Matt Wagner, P, 1994
Keith Watkins, DH, 1986
Jason Windsor, SP, 2004
Matt Wise, SP, 1997
Cal State Northridge
Jason Allec, C, 2002
Tim Arroyo, 1B, 2001
Jason Gorman, SS, 2002
Ryan Haag, 3B, 2002
Shaun Larkin, 2B, 2002
Michael Paulk, 1B, 2004
Ryan Pineda, 2B, 2010
Alberto Quintana, UT, 2005
Robert Smith, DH, 2001
J.T. Stotts, SS, 2001
Eric Verbryke, OF, 2002
Long Beach State
Kyle Abbott, P, 1989
Abe Alvarez, SP, 2002-03
Rolando Avila, OF, 1994
Don Barbara, 1B, 1990
Don Blankenship, OF, 1985
John Bowker, OF, 2004
Ryan Brannan, RP, 1996
Andrew Carpenter, SP, 2006
Jim Carter, 1B, 1970
Michael Case, OF, 1992
Daniel Choi, SP, 1993
Ed Christian, OF, 1992
Brent Cookson, OF, 1991
Cobi Cradle, OF, 1993
Andy Croghan, P, 1989-90
Bobby Crosby, SS, 2000-01
Brad Davis, UT, 2003
Paul Day, 3B, 1998
Dale Duncan, OF, 1970
Tony Felicione, OF, 1986
Steve Fenoglio, OF, 1976
Mike Fontana, SP, 1993
Mike Gallo, SP, 1999
Jason Giambi, DH/3B, 1990-91
Chris Gill, 2B, 1989
Jim Gmur, C, 1971
Chris Gomez, SS, 1992
Gabe Gonzalez, RP, 1993, 1995
Jon Graves, RP, 1992
Todd Guggiana, UT, 1990
Jason Hodges, DH, 1995
Travis Howell, C, 2007
Neil Jamison, RP, 2005
Todd Jennings, C, 2003
Jeff Jones, OF, 2001
Marcus Jones, SP, 1996-97
John Keisler, P, 1970-71
Jason Knupfer, SS, 1996
Jaeme Leal, DH, 1999
Andrew Liebel, SP, 2008
Jeff Liefer, 3B, 1995
Evan Longoria, 3B, 2006
Chuck Lopez, OF, 2000
Bob McRae, P, 1976
Harry Munez, 3B, 1970
Gary Pallant, 2B, 1976
Robert Perry, OF, 2007
Shane Peterson, DH, 2007-08
Ara Petrosian, RP, 1997
Bob Phelps, OF, 1975
Todd Pridy, DH, 1992
Cesar Ramos, SP, 2005
Jeremy Reed, OF, 2002
Scott Rivette, P, 1994-95
Lamarr Rogers, 2B, 1991
Toby Sanchez, 1B, 1997
Darrell Sherman, OF, 1989
Jim Seida, 2B, 1970
Terrmel Sledge, OF, 1998
Scott Talanoa, DH, 1991
Todd Taylor, SP, 1992
Troy Tulowitzki, SS, 2004-05
Jason Vargas, UT, 2004
Jered Weaver, SP, 2003-04
Steve Whitaker, P, 1991
Mike Zouras, 3B, 1976
UC Davis
Jake Jefferies, C, 2008
David Popkins, UTL, 2010
Ryan Scoma, DH, 2008
UC Irvine
Tom Baine, OF, 1986
Christian Bergman, RP, 2008
Daniel Bibona, SP, 2009-10
Craig Brink, P, 1987
Cody Cipriano, 2B, 2007
Doug Cline, UT, 1987
Brett Dalton, 2B, 2005
Eric Deragisch, OF, 2009
Blair Erickson, RP, 2004
Scott Gorgen, SP, 2007-08
Brian Hernandez, 3B, 2010
Taylor Holiday, UT, 2007
Francis Larson, C, 2009-10
Ben Orloff, SS, 2008-09
Bob Perry, UT, 1985
Eric Pettis, CP, 2008-10
Al Rodriguez, SS, 1990
Gene Roumimper, 1B, 1986
Brett Smith, SP, 2004
Ken Whitworth, P, 1990
UC Riverside
Brett Bigler, OF, 2006
Randy Blood, SS, 2003
Rob Brantly, C, 2010
Tony Festa, 3B, 2003-04
Drew Garcia, 2B, 2008
Ryan Goetz, 3B, 2009
Aaron Grant, OF, 2005
Ryan Harvey, OF, 2003
Michael Hur, DH, 2009
DJ Hollingsworth, OF, 2006
Joe Kelly, RP, 2007
Kevin Mangels, 1B, 2003
Andrew Martinez, DH, 2005
Tony Nix, OF, 2010
Jaime Pedroza, SS, 2007
Justin Shults, DH, 2010
James Simmons, SP, 2007
Jaymie Torres, SP, 2003
Brian Wahlbrink, OF, 2003
Aaron Wible, UT, 2008
UC Santa Barbara
Jeff Antoon, 3B, 1989-90, 1992
Frank Appice, UT, 1989
Robbie Blauer, 1B, 2007
Scott Brown, 1B, 1971
Scott Cerny, 2B, 1986
Craig Clark, UT, 1973
Mike Czarnetzki, OF, 1990
Tim DeGrase, P, 1991
Rick Dierker, P, 1972
Zach Elliott, SS, 1995
Tom Gamboa, UT, 1970
James Garcia, SP, 2001
Joe Gardner, SP, 2009
Bill Geivett, 3B, 1985
Rich Haar, 3B, 1991
Brett Hardy, OF, 1996
Jared Jenke, UT, 1993
Erik Johnson, SS, 1987
Dave Kuehn, C, 1972
Ed Landphere, DH, 1988
Danny Lane, SS, 1992
Paul Lee, OF, 1972
Mark Leonard, UT, 1986
Tom Logan, DH, 1986
Quinn Mack, OF, 1986-87
Chris Malec, 2B, 2004
Tim McKercher, UT, 1988
Dave Molidor, 3B, 2000-01
Chad Peshke, 2B, 2001
Steve Ross, OF, 1971-72
Jerrold Rountree, OF, 1989, 1991
Jared Schumaker, OF, 2001
Ryan Spilborghs, OF, 2001
Dave Stewart, DH, 1985
Vince Teixeira, 3B, 1986
71
All-Time Honorees
School by School First Team Selections
School by School First Team
Selections Con't.
(Current Members Only)
Tony Torres, UT, 1972
Mike Tresemer, P, 1986
Chris Valaika, SS, 2006
Tyler Von Schell, DH, 2000
Dave Waco, 2B, 1992
David Willis, 1B, 1996
Brad Wright, UT, 1999
Mike Young, SS, 1997
Mike Zuanich, OF, 2008
Pacific
Bob Apodaca, P, 1970-71
Charlie Bates, 1B, 1973
Bud Bulling, C, 1973-74
Eric Buzza, DH, 1974
Tim Corcoran, OF, 1973-74
Bob Edwards, P, 1973
Rocky Hernandez, 3B, 1972
Skip Jarvis, OF, 1972
Rick Lysander, P, 1974
John McAllen, P, 1972
Mack McDermott, 1B, 1972
Jeff Migdal, P, 1974
Dan Parma, OF, 1974
Doug Stodgel, SS, 1970
Sly Washington, OF, 1974
Fresno State
Steve Bates, OF, 1987
Brant Brown, 1B, 1992
Mike Burton, 3B, 1988
Rich Crane, P, 1988-89
Ken Crew, P, 1985
Andrew Dyes, OF, 1973
Bob Felts, 2B, 1974
Darrel Gamero, P, 1970
Fernando Garcia, 1B, 1976
Mark Gardner, P, 1985
Mike Goff, P, 1986
Tom Goodwin, OF, 1988-89
Dan Grimm, P, 1973-74
Bob Groth, OF, 1970
Mark Hance, 3B, 1973
Steve Hosey, OF, 1988
Todd Johnson, C/UT, 1990-92
Allen Jones, OF, 1971
Bobby Jones, P, 1989-91
Steve Pearse, 2B, 1988
Larry Prieto, 2B, 1972
Dick Ruthven, P, 1971-72
John Salles, P, 1988
Erik Schullstrom, P, 1988
Lance Shebelut, 1B, 1988
Steve Wolf, P, 1990
Scott Wolfe, 2B, 1971
Jason Wood, SS, 1991
Eddie Zosky, SS, 1988-89
New Mexico State
Andre Champagne, SS, 1998
Travis Janssen, 2B, 1995
Efrain Lara, OF, 1993
Mark McNelly, 2B, 1996
Jorge Perez, OF, 1995
Ryan Upshaw, OF, 1997
Chris Weekly, SS, 1999
Nevada
72
Jim Brink, SP, 1998
Ryan Church, OF, 2000
Andy Dominique, 3B, 1996-97
Justin Drizos, 1B, 1995
Joe Inglett, OF, 2000
Gary Johnson, OF, 1997
Mark Lewis, SS, 1994
Corky Miller, C, 1998
Erik Moreno, C, 1993
Matt Ortiz, C, 1999-00
Lyle Overbay, OF, 1998-99
Don Price, 1B, 1999-00
(Former Members Only)
Chad Qualls, SP, 2000
Darrell Rasner, SP, 2000
Mike Schroeder, DH, 1994
San Diego State
Gary Armstrong, 3B, 1975-76
Casey Fulcher, P, 1970
Mike Gallagher, C, 1970
Billy Getz, OF, 1974
John Helfrick, 3B, 1974
Doug Hunt, OF, 1970
Bob Kellison, OF, 1973
Ron Layton, UT, 1971
Jim Skaalen, 1B, 1974
Chick Valley, P, 1976
Kurt Wittmayer, SS, 1975
Big West Baseball
Doug Bame, 1B, 1993
Justin Baum, 1B, 2005, 07
Matt Berezay, DH, 2006
Dave Boer, OF, 1975
Rod Bovee, P, 1973
Hunter Carnevale, RP, 2010
Syd Church, P, 1975-76
Cory Lake, DH, 2003
Ron Lewis, UT, 1994-95
Nick Longmire, OF, 2009
Pete Martinez, P, 1972
Gary Miyama, DH, 1975
Darin Moore, SP, 1999
Joe Oliveira, C, 2007
Joe Ortiz, C, 1987
Steve Pirolli, RP, 1988
Mike Pitz, P, 1986
Larry Prewitt, P, 1974-75
Dan Reichert, SP, 1997
Shane Rooney, OF, 1997
Victor Sanchez, C, 1994
Chip Sell, OF, 1994
Mark Short, RP, 1999
James Stanford, UT, 2002
Franz Vaiarello, OF, 1973
Jason Walker, UT, 2000-01
Ron Zakoor, SS, 1974
Curt Zimmerman, 3B, 1994
Cal State LA
San Jose State
Dan Archibald, P, 1988
Al Ariza, OF, 1970-72
Eric Booker, OF, 1990
Rob Brassea, SS, 1973
Gerad Cawhorn, 3B, 1993
Tim Gavello, 1B, 1994
Jeff Gingrich, P, 1973, 75
Tom Henningson, 2B, 1975
Mark Kettman, 2B, 1973
Larry Lintz, SS, 1971
Greg Marshall, OF, 1971
Brian Nakamoto, 3B, 1971
Steve Ochoa, OF, 1985
Mike Rusk, P, 1971
Dave Sick, P, 1994
Anthony Telford, P, 1987
John Urzi, SS, 1972
David Zuniga, SS, 1993
Sacramento State
Harvey Hargrove, 2B, 1997
Josh Payne, DH, 1998
UNLV
Brian Anthony, DH, 1996
Tim Arnold, C, 1985
Scott Childress, OF, 1988
Ryan Hankins, 3B, 1995-96
Gus Kennedy, OF, 1994
Tom LaRosa, SP, 1996
Kevin Lofthus, 1B, 1987
Tory Miran, OF, 1991
Donovan Osborne, P, 1989
Reed Peters, OF, 1987
Mike Oglesbee, 1B, 1985-86
Ricky Scruggs, 1B, 1991
Matt Williams, SS, 1985-86
Nate Yeskie, P, 1995
Final Season in the Big West
Cal State Los Angeles
1974
Fresno State
1992
Sacramento State
2002
San Diego State
1976
San Jose State
1996
UNLV
1996
New Mexico State
2000
Nevada
2000
65
All-Time Honorees
Repeat Selections
Four-Time First Team Selection
David Bacani, Cal State Fullerton, 1998-01
Three-Time First Team Selections
Al Ariza, San Jose State, 1970-72
Bobby Jones, Fresno State, 1989-91
Todd Johnson, Fresno State, 1990-92
Jeff Antoon, UC Santa Barbara, 1989-90, 92
Chad Cordero, Cal State Fullerton, 2001-03
Eric Pettis, UC Irvine, 2008-10
Big West Baseball
Two-Time First Team Selections
66
Bob Apodaca, Cal State LA, 1970-71
John Keisler, Long Beach State, 1970-71
Steve Ross, UC Santa Barbara, 1971-72
Dick Ruthven, Fresno State, 1971-72
Bud Bulling, Cal State LA, 1973-74
Tim Corcoran, Cal State LA, 1973-74
Dan Grimm, Fresno State, 1973-74
Jeff Gingrich, Fresno State, 1973, 75
Larry Prewitt, Pacific, 1974-75
Gary Armstrong, San Diego State, 1975-76
Dan Boone, Cal State Fullerton, 1975-76
Syd Church, Pacific, 1975-76
George Horton, Cal State Fullerton, 1975-76
Andy Pasillas, Cal State Fullerton, 1975-76
Jody Robinson, Cal State Fullerton, 1975-76
Mike Oglesbee, UNLV, 1985-86
Matt Williams, UNLV, 1985-86
Larry Casian, Cal State Fullerton, 1986-87
Quinn Mack, UC Santa Barbara, 1986-87
Rich Cane, Fresno State, 1988-89
Brent Mayne, Cal State Fullerton, 1988-89
Eddie Zosky, Fresno State, 1988-89
Tom Goodwin, Fresno State, 1988-89
Andy Croghan, Long Beach State, 1989-90
Jason Giambi, Long Beach State, 1990-91
Jerrold Rountree, UC Santa Barbara, 1989-91
Dan Naulty, Cal State Fullerton, 1991-92
James Popoff, Cal State Fullerton, 1990, 92
Dante Powell, Cal State Fullerton, 1992-93
Ron Lewis, Pacific, 1994-95
Scott Rivette, Long Beach State, 1994-95
Ted Silva, Cal State Fullerton, 1994-95
Gabe Gonzalez, Long Beach State, 1993, 95
Mark Kotsay, Cal State Fullerton, 1995-96
Brian Loyd, Cal State Fullerton, 1995-96
Ryan Hankins, UNLV, 1995-96
Andy Dominique, Nevada, 1996-97
Marcus Jones, Long Beach State, 1996-97
Lyle Overbay, Nevada, 1998-99
Adam Johnson, Cal State Fullerton, 1998, 00
Matt Ortiz, Nevada, 1999-00
Don Price, Nevada, 1999-00
Dave Molidor, UC Santa Barbara, 2000-01
Bobby Crosby, Long Beach State, 2000-01
Jason Walker, Pacific, 2000-01
Kirk Saarloos, Cal State Fullerton, 2000-01
Abe Alvarez, Long Beach State, 2002-03
Tony Festa, UC Riverside 2003-04
Jered Weaver, Long Beach State 2003-04
Brandon Roberts, Cal Poly, 2004-05
Troy Tulowitzki, Long Beach State, 2004-05
Blake Davis, Cal State Fullerton, 2005-06
Justin Baum, Pacific, 2005, 07
Clark Hardman, Cal State Fullerton, 2004, 07
Scott Gorgen, UC Irvine, 2007-08
Shane Peterson, Long Beach State, 2007-08
Ben Orloff, UC Irvine, 2008-09
Daniel Bibona, UC Irvine, 2009-10
Francis Larson, UC Irvine, 2009-10
Nick Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton, 2009-10
Daniel Renken, Cal State Fullerton, 2009-10
Big West Player of the Year
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 None Selected
Greg Marshall, San Jose State
Dick Ruthven, Fresno State
Bob Edwards, Cal State Los Angeles
Mark Hance, Fresno State
John Helfrick, San Diego State
Tim Corcoran, Cal State Los Angeles
Andy Pasillas, Cal State Fullerton
Curt Lewis, Cal State Fullerton
Chick Valley, San Diego State
Mark Gardner, Fresno State
Scott Cerny, UC Santa Barbara
Matt Williams, UNLV
Larry Casian, Cal State Fullerton
Lance Shebelut, Fresno State
Tom Goodwin, Fresno State
Don Barbara, Long Beach State
Big West (Field) Player of the
Year
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Jerrold Rountree, UC Santa Barbara
Phil Nevin, Cal State Fullerton
Gerad Cawhorn, San Jose State
Jeff Ferguson, Cal State Fullerton
Mark Lewis, Nevada
Mark Kotsay, Cal State Fullerton
Mark Kotsay, Cal State Fullerton
Andy Dominique, Nevada
Paul Day, Long Beach State
Spencer Oborn, Cal State Fullerton
Joe Inglett, Nevada
Bobby Crosby, Long Beach State
Eric Verbryke, Cal State Northridge
Shane Costa, Cal State Fullerton
Kurt Suzuki, Cal State Fullerton
Kyle Blumenthal, Cal Poly
Sergio Pedroza, Cal State Fullerton
Evan Longoria, Long Beach State
Justin Turner, Cal State Fullerton
Grant Desme, Cal Poly
Jake Jefferies, UC Davis
Shane Peterson, Long Beach State
Ben Orloff, UC Irvine
Gary Brown, Cal State Fullerton
Big West Pitcher of the Year
1991
1992
1993
Bobby Jones, Fresno State
James Popoff, Cal State Fullerton
Daniel Choi, Long Beach State
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Matt Wagner, Cal State Fullerton
Ted Silva, Cal State Fullerton
Marcus Jones, Long Beach State
Dan Reichert, Pacific
Benito Flores, Cal State Fullerton
Mike Gallo, Long Beach State
Adam Johnson, Cal State Fullerton
Kirk Saarloos, Cal State Fullerton
Abe Alvarez, Long Beach State
Abe Alvarez, Long Beach State
Jered Weaver, Long Beach State
Jered Weaver, Long Beach State
Jason Windsor, Cal State Fullerton
Ricky Romero, Cal State Fullerton
Wes Roemer, Cal State Fullerton
James Simmons, UC Riverside
Scott Gorgen, UC Irvine
Jeff Kaplan, Cal State Fullerton
Andrew Liebel, Long Beach State
Daniel Bibona, UC Irvine
Daniel Bibona, UC Irvine
Big West Coach of the Year
1970-76
1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007 2008
2009
None Selected
Bob Bennett, Fresno State
Al Ferrer, UC Santa Barbara
Augie Garrido, Cal State Fullerton
Mike Gerakos, UC Irvine
Bob Bennett, Fresno State
Dave Snow, Long Beach State
Larry Cochell, Cal State Fullerton
Bob Bennett, Fresno State
Dave Snow, Long Beach State
Dave Snow, Long Beach State
Gary Powers, Nevada
Augie Garrido, Cal State Fullerton
Dave Snow, Long Beach State
Bob Brontsema, UC Santa Barbara
Dave Snow, Long Beach State
George Horton, Cal State Fullerton
George Horton, Cal State Fullerton
Gary Powers, Nevada
Gary Powers, Nevada
Bob Brontsema, UC Santa Barbara
Mike Batesole, Cal State Northridge
Mike Weathers, Long Beach State
George Horton, Cal State Fullerton
George Horton, Cal State Fullerton
George Horton, Cal State Fullerton
Doug Smith, UC Riverside
Mike Weathers, Long Beach State
Mike Gillespie, UC Irvine
Summary First Team Selections
Current Members
No.
112
77
50
34
26
21
21
11
3
School
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Santa Barbara
Pacific
UC Irvine
Cal Poly
UC Riverside
Cal State Northridge
UC Davis
Most in One Year
7 in 1999, 2006
6 in 1992
6 in 1986
5 in 1994
5 in 2009
3 in 2005
6 in 2003
5 in 2002
2 in 2008
No.
School
Most in One Year
Fresno State
San Jose State
Nevada
Cal State LA
UNLV
San Diego State
New Mexico State
Sacramento State
9 in 1988
5 in 1971
6 in 2000
7 in 1974
3 in 1985 and 1996
3 in 1970 and 1974
2 in 1995
1 in 1997 and 1998
Former Members
38
21
19
18
17
12
7
2
73
Postseason Results
1970 NCAA District 8
Santa Clara 4, Long Beach State 3
Santa Clara 12, Long Beach State 4
1971 NCAA District 8
San Jose State def. Santa Clara
Santa Clara 5, San Jose State 0
Santa Clara 3, San Jose State 1
1972 NCAA District 8
Santa Clara 4, UC Santa Barbara 1
UC Santa Barbara 8, Santa Clara 2
UC Santa Barbara 6, Santa Clara 5
USC 9, UC Santa Barbara 5
USC 13, UC Santa Barbara 6
1974 NCAA District 8
USC 9, Cal State LA 2
Cal State LA 7, USC 6
USC 11, Cal State LA 9
1975 NCAA West Regional
(Los Angeles, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 3, USC 1
Cal State Fullerton 2, Pepperdine 1
Pepperdine 5, Cal State Fullerton 4
Cal State Fullerton 6, Pepperdine 4
1975 College World Series
Arizona State 5, Cal State Fullerton 3
Oklahoma 11, Cal State Fullerton 4
1976 NCAA West Regional
(Pullman, Wash.)
Cal State Fullerton 7, Northern Illinois 1
Washington State 5, Cal State Fullerton 1
Cal State Fullerton 11, Pepperdine 3
Cal State Fullerton 13, Washington State 1
Washington State 7, Cal State Fullerton 2
1985 NCAA West Regional
(Fresno, Calif.)
Fresno State 7, California 6
Arizona 6, Fresno State 0
Fresno State 12, BYU 8
Arizona 10, Fresno State 3
1986 NCAA West Regional
(Westwood, Calif.)
UC Santa Barbara 11, Loyola Marymount 5
Hawai’i 8, UC Santa Barbara 6
Loyola Marymount 14, UC Santa Barbara 6
1987 NCAA South II Regional
(New Orleans, La.)
Southern 1, Cal State Fullerton 0
Cal State Fullerton 4, Tulane 0
Cal State Fullerton 11, Louisiana Tech 0
LSU 7, Cal State Fullerton 3
1987 NCAA West Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Wichita State 4, UC Santa Barbara 3
Stanford 12, UC Santa Barbara 5
74
1988 NCAA West II Regional
(Tempe, Ariz.)
Central Michigan 10, UNLV 7
UNLV 2, Evansville 1
Arizona State 27, UNLV 8
1988 NCAA South Regional
(Starkville, Miss.)
Cal State Fullerton 6, Missouri 3
Cal State Fullerton 5, Mississippi State 1
Cal State Fullerton 5, Mississippi State 3 (12)
Cal State Fullerton 6, Texas A&M 3
1988 College World Series
Stanford 10, Fresno State 3
Cal State Fullerton 9, Miami (Fla.) 3
Miami, Fla. 8, Fresno State 4 (12)
Cal State Fullerton 5, Stanford 3
Stanford 4, Cal State Fullerton 1
Stanford 9, Cal State Fullerton 5
1989 NCAA West I Regional
(Tucson, Ariz.)
Long Beach State 14, Hawai’i 7
Long Beach State 11, Oklahoma 4
Long Beach State 10, Arizona 6
Long Beach State 10, Arizona 3
1989 NCAA West II Regional
(Fresno, Calif.)
Fresno State 9, Notre Dame 8
Michigan 5, Fresno State 3
Fresno State 11, Notre Dame 4
Wichita State 6, Fresno State 4
1989 NCAA Central Regional
(College Station, Texas)
LSU 12, UNLV 10
UNLV 13, Jacksonville 2
LSU 13, UNLV 8
1989 College World Series
Texas 7, Long Beach State 1
LSU 8, Long Beach State 5
1990 NCAA West I Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Fresno State 3, Southern Illinois 2
San Diego State 8, Fresno State 4
Southern Illinois 3, Fresno State 1
1990 NCAA West II Regional
(Tempe, Ariz.)
Oklahoma State 7, UC Santa Barbara 2
Pennsylvania 5, UC Santa Barbara 3
1990 NCAA Central Regional
(Austin, Texas)
Cal State Fullerton 16, Old Dominion 3
Cal State Fullerton 6, Creighton 3
Cal State Fullerton 5, Texas 2
Cal State Fullerton 3, Texas 0
1990 College World Series
Oklahoma State 14, Cal State Fullerton 4
Citadel 8, Cal State Fullerton 7 (12)
1991 NCAA West II Regional
(Fresno, Calif.)
Fresno State 7, Cal State Northridge 2
Fresno State 4, Stanford 2
Fresno State 7, Stanford 5
Cal State Northridge 6, Fresno State 2
Fresno State 6, Cal State Northridge 5
1991 NCAA Central Regional
(Austin, Texas)
Long Beach State 6, So. Mississippi 5 (11)
Long Beach State 7, Oklahoma State 5
Long Beach State 17, Texas 10
Oklahoma State 12, Long Beach State 8
Long Beach State 8, Oklahoma State 4
1991 College World Series
Fresno State 6, Florida State 3
Wichita State 8, Long Beach State 5
LSU 15, Fresno State 3
Long Beach State 12, Clemson 11
Florida 2, Fresno State 1
Creighton 13, Long Beach State 4
1992 NCAA Central Regional
(Austin, Texas)
Long Beach State 7, SW Louisiana 6
Long Beach State 5, Creighton 2
Texas 9, Long Beach State 1
Virginia Commonwealth 16, Long Beach State 6
1992 NCAA South I Regional
(Baton Rouge, La.)
Cal State Fullerton 3, Ohio State 2
Cal State Fullerton 8, Tulane 0
Cal State Fullerton 11, LSU 0
Cal State Fullerton 13, Ohio State 1
1992 NCAA West Regional
(Tucson, Ariz.)
Pepperdine 5, Fresno State 4 (10)
Washington 4, Fresno State 3
1992 College World Series
Cal State Fullerton 7, Florida State 2
Miami, Fla. 4, Cal State Fullerton 3
Cal State Fullerton 6, Florida State 0
Cal State Fullerton 7, Miami (Fla.) 5
Cal State Fullerton 8, Miami (Fla.) 1
Pepperdine 3, Cal State Fullerton 2
Big West Baseball
1973 NCAA District 8
USC 4, Cal State LA 3
USC 13, Cal State LA 5
1988 NCAA West I Regional
(Fresno, Calif.)
Fresno State 10, Minnesota 8 (10)
Fresno State 9, BYU 4
USC 18, Fresno State 17
Fresno State 7, Washington State 6
Fresno State 17, USC 12
Fresno State 14, USC 3
1993 NCAA East Regional
(Tallahassee, Fla.)
Long Beach State 11, Central Florida 6
Long Beach State 2, Mississippi State 1
Long Beach State 4, Florida State 1
Long Beach State 13, Notre Dame 3
1993 NCAA Central II Region
(Austin, Texas)
Cal State Fullerton 11, Maine 5
USC 5, Cal State Fullerton 2
Cal State Fullerton 2, McNeese State 0
USC 5, Cal State Fullerton 2
67
Postseason Results
1993 College World Series
LSU 7, Long Beach State 1
Long Beach State 6, Kansas 1
Long Beach State 6, Texas A&M 2
Long Beach State 10, LSU 8
LSU 6, Long Beach State 5
Big West Baseball
1994 NCAA Midwest I Region
(Stillwater, Okla.)
Cal State Fullerton 11, Northwestern State 3
Cal State Fullerton 4, Texas Christian 1
Oklahoma State 13, Cal State Fullerton 11
Cal State Fullerton 12, Memphis 5
Cal State Fullerton 6, Oklahoma State 5 (10)
1994 NCAA Midwest II Region
(Wichita, Kan.)
Washington 10, Long Beach State 4
Long Beach State 16, Connecticut 9
Long Beach State 6, Santa Clara 3
Washington 6, Long Beach State 2
1994 NCAA Central Regional
(Austin, Texas)
Nevada 11, UT-San Antonio 8
Texas 16, Nevada 6
Arkansas State 4, Nevada 2
1994 College World Series
Georgia Tech 2, Cal State Fullerton 0
Cal State Fullerton 20, Louisiana State 6
Cal State Fullerton 10, Florida State 3
Georgia Tech 3, Cal State Fullerton 2
1995 NCAA South Regional
(Baton Rouge, La.)
Cal State Fullerton 7, NE Louisiana 6
Cal State Fullerton 9, James Madison 1
Cal State Fullerton 17, Rice 7
Cal State Fullerton 8, Rice 7
1995 NCAA West Regional
(Fresno, Calif.)
SW Missouri State 14, Long Beach State 11
Long Beach State 14, Pepperdine 3
USC 6, Long Beach State 5
Long Beach State 9, Pepperdine 5
Long Beach State 4, USC 3
USC 9, Long Beach State 2
1995 College World Series
Cal State Fullerton 6, Stanford 5
Cal State Fullerton 11, Tennessee 1
Cal State Fullerton 11, Tennessee 0
Cal State Fullerton 11, USC 5
1996 NCAA West Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Mississippi State 6, UC Santa Barbara 2
Florida State 10, UC Santa Barbara 1
1996 Midwest Regional
(Wichita, Kan.)
Cal State Fullerton 19, Delaware 8
Cal State Fullerton 7, Rice 3
Wichita State 6, Cal State Fullerton 1
Rice 13, Cal State Fullerton 10
1996 Central I Regional
(Austin, Texas)
SW Missouri State 5, Long Beach State 4
Miami (Fla.) 5, Long Beach State 2
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1996 South II Regional
(Baton Rouge, La.)
Tulane 10, UNLV 7
LSU 7, UNLV 6
1999 College World Series
Stanford 9, Cal State Fullerton 2
Cal State Fullerton 4, Texas A&M 2
Florida State 7, Cal State Fullerton 2
1997 South I Regional
(Baton Rouge, La.)
Long Beach State 1, Oklahoma 0
South Alabama 12, Long Beach State 4
Long Beach State 14, UNC Greensboro 4
LSU 14, Long Beach State 7 (11)
2000 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Loyola Marymount 6, Cal State Fullerton 4
Cal State Fullerton 8, Virginia Tech 6
Cal State Fullerton 5, Loyola Marymount 2
USC 8, Cal State Fullerton 3
1997 Central Regional
(Lubbock, Texas)
Clemson 13, Nevada 9
Nevada 7, SW Texas State 1
SW Missouri State 10, Nevada 9
2000 Stanford Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Alabama 8, Nevada 2
Nevada 13, Fresno State 5
Alabama 6, Nevada 5
1997 West Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Santa Clara 5, Cal State Fullerton 0
Cal State Fullerton 8, Northeastern 4
Fresno State 8, Cal State Fullerton 7
2001 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 17, Temple 3
Cal State Fullerton 13, Arizona State 3
Texas Tech 11, Cal State Fullerton 5
Cal State Fullerton 9, Texas Tech 2
1998 South II Regional
(Baton Rouge, La.)
Cal State Fullerton 16, Harvard 1
Cal State Fullerton 10, Tulane 6
LSU 13, Cal State Fullerton 11
Cal State Fullerton 11, Harvard 7
LSU 14, Cal State Fullerton 3
1998 West Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
North Carolina State 12, Long Beach State 3
Long Beach State 19, Loyola Marymount 9
Long Beach State 5, Stanford 1
Long Beach State 10, North Carolina State 6
Long Beach State 5, Alabama 3
1998 College World Series
Miami, Fla. 3, Long Beach State 1
Long Beach State 7, Florida State 4
Long Beach State 6, Miami, Fla. 3
Arizona State 14, Long Beach State 4
1999 Notre Dame Regional
(South Bend, Ind.)
Cal State Fullerton 6, Michigan 5
Cal State Fullerton 6, Notre Dame 3
Cal State Fullerton 9, Michigan 4
1999 Texas A&M Regional
(College Station, Texas)
Long Beach State 4, Mississippi 3 (10)
Long Beach State 7, Texas A&M 5
Texas A&M 9, Long Beach State 5
Texas A&M 17, Long Beach State 7
1999 Stanford Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
North Carolina 8, Nevada 5 (12)
Nevada 4, Loyola Marymount 3
Nevada 5, North Carolina 1
Stanford 7, Nevada 4
1999 Ohio State Super Regional
(Columbus, Ohio)
Ohio State 10, Cal State Fullerton 7
Cal State Fullerton 11, Ohio State 5
Cal State Fullerton 13, Ohio State 2
2001 Notre Dame Regional
(South Bend, Ind.)
Florida International 17, UC Santa Barbara 4
UC Santa Barbara 13, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 12
Notre Dame 11, UC Santa Barbara 10 (10)
2001 Stanford Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Texas 11, Long Beach State 2
Marist 7, Long Beach State 6
2001 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 13, Mississippi State 2
Cal State Fullerton 9, Mississippi State 3
2001 College World Series
Cal State Fullerton 5, Nebraska 4
Stanford 5, Cal State Fullerton 2 (10)
Cal State Fullerton 11, Tulane 2
Stanford 4, Cal State Fullerton 1
2002 Stanford Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Long Beach State 6, San Jose State 3
Stanford 3, Cal State Fullerton 2 (13)
Cal State Fullerton 9, San Jose State 1
Stanford 5, Long Beach State 4
Long Beach State 4, Cal State Fullerton 0
Stanford 8, Long Beach State 4
2002 USC Regional
(Los Angeles, Calif.)
Cal State Northridge 7, Maine 4
USC 7, Cal State Northridge 5
BYU 7, Cal State Northridge 2
2003 Stanford Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
UC Riverside 10, Richmond 8
Stanford 13, UC Riverside 6
Richmond 8, UC Riverside 1
2003 Long Beach State Regional
(Long Beach, Calif.)
Long Beach State 6, Pepperdine 1
Long Beach State 7, Washington 2
Long Beach State 7, Washington 2
75 76
Postseason Results
2005 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 3, Arizona State 2
Arizona State 6, Cal State Fullerton 2
Arizona State 9, Cal State Fullerton 8
2003 Stanford Super Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Stanford 5, Long Beach State 1
Stanford 4, Long Beach State 2
2006 Pepperdine Regional
(Malibu, Calif.)
UCLA 3, UC Irvine 2
Missouri 5, UC Irvine 4 (14)
2003 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 5, Arizona State 1
Arizona State 7, Cal State Fullerton 6
Cal State Fullerton 7, Arizona State 1
2006 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 6, Saint Louis 1
Cal State Fullerton 9, Fresno State 2
Cal State Fullerton 10, Fresno State 3
2003 College World Series
Cal State Fullerton 8, LSU 2
Cal State Fullerton 6, Stanford 5
Stanford 5, Cal State Fullerton 3
Stanford 7, Cal State Fullerton 5 (10 inn.)
2006 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 7, Missouri 1
Cal State Fullerton 9, Missouri 1
2004 Notre Dame Regional
(South Bend, Ind.)
Arizona 7, UC Irvine 3
Notre Dame 6, UC Irvine 5
2006 College World Series
North Carolina 7, Cal State Fullerton 5 (13)
Cal State Fullerton 7, Georgia Tech 5
Cal State Fullerton 7, Clemson 6
North Carolina 6, Cal State Fullerton 5
2004 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 7, Minnesota 1
Pepperdine 7, Cal State Fullerton 6 (10)
Cal State Fullerton 5, Arizona State 0
Cal State Fullerton 15, Pepperdine 1
Cal State Fullerton 16, Pepperdine 3
2004 Stanford Regional
(Stanford, Calif.)
Long Beach State 4, Saint John's 3
Long Beach State 7, Stanford 4
Long Beach State 8, Stanford 4
2004 Long Beach State Super Regional
(Long Beach, Calif.)
Arizona 6, Long Beach State 5
Long Beach State 9, Arizona 4
Arizona 4, Long Beach State 3 (11)
2004 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 9, Tulane 0
Cal State Fullerton 10, Tulane 7
2004 College World Series
Cal State Fullerton 2, South Carolina 0
Cal State Fullerton 6, Miami (Fla.) 3
South Carolina 5, Cal State Fullerton 3
Cal State Fullerton 4, South Carolina 0
Cal State Fullerton 6, Texas 4
Cal State Fullerton 3, Texas 2
2005 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 19, Harvard 0
Arizona 6, Cal State Fullerton 5
Cal State Fullerton 8, Missouri 6
Cal State Fullerton 7, Arizona 2
Cal State Fullerton 6, Arizona 3
2005 Long Beach Regional
(Long Beach, Calif.)
Long Beach State 11, Rhode Island 2
USC 6, Long Beach State 4
Pepperdine 6, Long Beach State 3
2007 Long Beach State Regional
(Long Beach, Calif.)
Illinois-Chicago 4, Long Beach State 1
Long Beach State 6, Pepperdine 3
Long Beach State 4, Illinois-Chicago 3
UCLA 7, Long Beach State 4
2007 Arizona State Regional
(Tempe, Ariz.)
UC Riverside 10, Nebraska 5
Arizona State 9, UC Riverside 2
Nebraska 11, UC Riverside 1
2007 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 12, UCLA 2
Cal State Fullerton 2, UCLA 1
2007 Wichita State Regional
(Wichita, Kan.)
UC Irvine 1, Wichita State 0
UC Irvine 3, Wichita State 2
2007 College World Series
Arizona State 5, UC Irvine 4
Oregon State 3, Cal State Fullerton 2
UC Irvine 5, Cal State Fullerton 4 (13)
UC Irvine 8, Arizona State 7 (10)
Oregon State 7, UC Irvine 1
2007 Texas Regional
(Round Rock, Texas)
UC Irvine 13, Wake Forest 0
UC Irvine 3, Texas 1
UC Irvine 9, Texas 6
2008 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 11, Rider 0
UCLA 11, Cal State Fullerton 4
Cal State Fullerton 4, Virginia 1
Cal State Fullerton 11, UCLA 8
Cal State Fullerton 5, UCLA 4
2007 San Diego Regional
(San Diego, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 7, Minnesota 1
Cal State Fullerton 6, Fresno State 4
Cal State Fullerton 13, Fresno State 2
Big West in NCAA Tournament
(1985-2010)
YRS
Cal State Fullerton
24
Long Beach State
17
UC Irvine
6
UC Santa Barbara
4
UC Riverside
2
UC Davis
1
Cal State Northridge
1
Cal Poly
1
*Fresno State
6
*Nevada
4
*UNLV
3
*Cal State LA
2
*San Jose State
1
Totals
* Reflects NCAA results while a Big West member only.
REG
82-26
41-28
13-10
2-10
2-4
1-2
1-2
0-2
14-10
5-8
2-6
1-4
1-2
165-114
CWS
24-23
6-8
2-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
33-37
ALL
106-49
47-36
15-12
2-10
2-4
1-2
1-2
0-2
15-14
5-8
2-6
1-4
1-2
198-151
Big West Baseball
2003 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 3, San Diego 1
Cal State Fullerton 4, Notre Dame 3
Cal State Fullerton 8, Notre Dame 1
All-Time NCAA Tournament Records
(Current Big West members-Division I Only)
Cal State Fullerton
Long Beach State
UC Irvine
Cal State Northridge
UC Santa Barbara
UC Riverside
UC Davis
Cal Poly
Totals
YRS
32
19
6
5
8
2
1
1
REG
105-43
42-31
13-10
10-10
6-17
2-4
1-2
0-2
179-119
CWS
34-27
6-8
2-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
42-37
ALL
139-70
48-39
15-12
10-10
6-17
2-4
1-2
0-2
221-156
69
Postseason Results
2008 Long Beach State Regional
(Long Beach, Calif.)
Fresno State 7, Long Beach State 3
Long Beach State 9, California 2
San Diego 5, Long Beach State 1
2008 Stanford Regional
(Palo Alto, Calif.)
UC Davis 4, Stanford 2
Pepperdine 7, UC Davis 4
Stanford 8, UC Davis 4
Big West Baseball
2008 Nebraska Regional
(Lincoln, Neb.)
UC Irvine 9, Oral Roberts 7
UC Irvine 3, Nebraska 2
UC Irvine 8, Oral Roberts 0
2008 LSU Super Regional
(Baton Rouge, La.)
UC Irvine 11, LSU 5
LSU 9, UC Irvine 7
LSU 21, UC Irvine 7
2008 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Stanford 4, Cal State Fullerton 3
Stanford 8, Cal State Fullerton 5
2009 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 18, Utah 2
Cal State Fullerton 7, Gonzaga 4
Cal State Fullerton 16, Utah 3
2009 UC Irvine Regional
(Irvine, Calif.)
UC Irvine 4, Fresno State 2
Virginia 5, UC Irvine 0
UC Irvine 14, San Diego State 3
Virginia 4, UC Irvine 1
2009 Arizona State Regional
(Tempe, Ariz.)
Oral Roberts 13, Cal Poly 3
Kent State 10, Cal Poly 9
2009 Cal State Fullerton Super Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 12, Louisville 0
Cal State Fullerton 11, Louisville 2
2009 College World Series
(Omaha, Calif.)
Arkansas 10, Cal State Fullerton 6
Virginia 7, Cal State Fullerton 5
2010 UCLA Regional
Los Angeles, Calif.)
LSU 11, UC Irvine 10 (11)
UC Irvine 19, Kent State 9
UC Irvine 4, LSU 3
UCLA 6, UC Irvine 2
2010 Cal State Fullerton Regional
(Fullerton, Calif.)
Minnesota 3, Cal State Fullerton 1
Cal State Fullerton 6, Stanford 5
Cal State Fullerton 11, New Mexico 3
Cal State Fullerton 7, Minnesota 2
Cal State Fullerton 9, Minnesota 5
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2010 UCLA Super Regional
(Los Angeles, Calif.)
Cal State Fullerton 4, UCLA 3
UCLA 11, Cal State Fullerton 7 (10)
UCLA 8, Cal State Fullerton 1
Big West In The Major Leagues
Cal Poly (4 Major Leaguers)
Current Members (only athletes who played in the conference)
Long Beach State (34 Major Leaguers)
Kevin Correia - San Francisco (2003-08), San Diego (2009-10)
Casey Fien - Detroit (2009)
Bud Norris - Houston (2009-10)
Garrett Olson - Baltimore (2008), Seattle (2009-10)
Cal State Northridge (3 Major Leaguers)
Kameron Loe - Texas (2004-08), Milwaukee (2010)
Bill Murphy - Arizona (2007), Toronto (2008, 09)
Leonel Rosales - San Diego (2006), Arizona (2008-10)
UC Irvine (4 Major Leaguers)
Brady Anderson - Boston (1988), Baltimore (1988-01), Cleveland (2002)
Doug Linton -Toronto (1992-93), Anaheim (1993), New York/NL (1994), Kansas City
(1995-96), Baltimore (1999), Toronto (2003)
Sean Tracy - Chicago/NL (2006)
Gary Wheelock - Anaheim (1976), Seattle (1977, 80)
UC Riverside (4 Major Leaguers)
Anthony Claggett - New York/AL (2009)
Dan Runzler - San Francisco (2009-10)
Marc Rzepczynski - Toronto (2009-10)
Chris Smith - Boston (2008), Milwaukee (2009)
UC Santa Barbara (15 Major Leaguers)
Bruce Egloff - Cleveland (1991)
Erik Johnson - San Francisco (1993-94)
Brian Kingman - Oakland (1979-82), San Francisco (1983)
Joe Kmak - Milwaukee (1993), Chicago Cubs (1995)
Mark Leonard - San Francisco (1990-92), Baltimore (1993), San Francisco (1994-95)
Justin Lehr - Oakland (2004), Milwaukee (2005-06), Cincinnati (2009)
Quinn Mack - Seattle (1994)
Eddie Pierce - Kansas City (1992)
Skip Schumaker - St. Louis (2005-10)
Chris Speier - San Francisco (1971-77), Montreal (1977-84), St. Louis (1984),
Minnesota (1984), Chicago/NL (1985-86), San Francisco (1987-89)
Ryan Spilborghs - Colorado (2005-10)
Virgil Vasquez - Detroit (2007), Pittsburgh (2009)
Dave Walsh - Los Angeles (1990)
Mike Young - Texas (2000-10)
Barry Zito - Oakland (2000-06), San Francisco (2007-10)
Big West Baseball
Cal State Fullerton (48 Major Leaguers)
Brent Billingsley - Florida (1999)
Dan Boone - San Diego (1981-82), Houston (1982), Baltimore (1990)
Gary Buckels - St. Louis (1994)
Larry Casian - Minnesota (1990-94), Cleveland (1994), Chicago/NL (1995-97), Kansas City
(1997), Chicago/AL (1998)
Frank Charles - Houston (2000)
John Christensen - New York/NL (1984-85), Seattle (1987), Minnesota (1988)
Chad Cordero - Montreal (2003-04), Washington (2005-08), Seattle (2010)
Shane Costa - Kansas City (2005-07)
Andre David - Minnesota (1984, 86)
Jordan DeJong - Toronto (2007)
Brandon Duckworth - Philadelphia (2001-03), Houston (2004-05), Kansas City (2007)
John Fishel - Houston (1988)
Huck Flener - Toronto (1993-94)
Jeremy Giambi - Kansas City (1998-99), Oakland (2000-02), Boston (2003)
Mike Harkey - Chicago/NL (1988, 90-93), Colorado (1994), Oakland (1995), Anaheim
(1995), Los Angeles (1997)
Brent Hemphill - Anaheim (1999)
Dann Howitt - Oakland (1989-92), Seattle (1993)
Adam Johnson - Minnesota (2001, 03)
Reed Johnson - Toronto (2003-07), Chicago/AL (2008, 09), Los Angeles/NL (2010)
Mark Kotsay - Florida (1997-00), San Diego (2001-03), Oakland (2005-07), Atlanta (2008), Boston (2008, 09), Chicago (2009-10)
Mike Lamb - Texas (2000-03), Houston (2005-07), Minnesota (2008), Milwaukee (2008), Florida (2010)
Wes Littleton - Texas (2006-08)
Greg Mathews - St. Louis (1986-88, 90)
Brent Mayne - Kansas City (1990-95, 2001-03), New York/NL (1996), Oakland (1997),
San Francisco (1998-99), Colorado (2000-01), Arizona (2004), Los Angeles (2004)
Bill Moore - Montreal (1986)
Andy Mota - Houston (1991-92)
Jose Mota - San Diego (1991), Kansas City (1995)
Dan Naulty - Minnesota (1996-98), New York/AL (1999)
Phil Nevin - Houston (1995), Detroit (1995-97), Anaheim (1998), San Diego (1999-05),
Texas/Chicago(AL)/Minnesota (2006)
Dante Powell - San Francisco (1997-98, 2001), Arizona (1999)
Vinnie Pestano - Cleveland (2010)
Erasmo Ramirez - Texas (2003-05), Oakland (2007), Florida (2007)
Kevin Reimer - Texas (1988-92), Milwaukee (1993)
Jeff Robinson - San Francisco (1984-87), Pittsburgh (1987-89), New York/AL (1990), Anaheim (1991)
Ricky Romero - Toronto (2009-10)
Mike Rouse - Oakland (2006), Cleveland (2007)
Aaron Rowand - Chicago/AL (2001-05), Philadelphia (2005-07),
San Francisco (2008-10)
Kirk Saarloos - Houston (2002-03), Oakland (2004-06, 08), Cincinnati (2007)
Mike Schooler - Seattle (1988-92), Texas (1993)
Steve Sisco - Atlanta (2000)
Dave Staton - San Diego (1993-94)
Kurt Suzuki - Oakland (2007-10)
Justin Turner - Baltimore (2009), New York/NL (2010)
Shane Turner - Philadelphia (1988), Seattle (1990-93)
Tim Wallach - Montreal (1980-92), Los Angeles (1993-96), Anaheim (1996)
Dan Whitmer - Anaheim (1980), Toronto (1981)
Jason Windsor - Oakland (2006)
Matt Wise - Anaheim (2000-02), Milwaukee (2004-07), New York/NL (2008)
Kyle Abbott - Anaheim (1991-92), Philadelphia (1993-95)
Abe Alvarez - Boston (2004, 2006)
Gary Beare - Milwaukee (1976-77)
Chad Bentz - Montreal (2004), Florida (2005)
Rocky Biddle - Chicago/AL (2000-02), Montreal (2003-04)
John Bowker - San Francisco (2008-10), Toronto (2010), Pittsburgh (2010)
Andrew Carpenter - Philadelphia (2008-10)
Brent Cookson - Boston Red Sox (1995)
Bobby Crosby - Oakland (2003-09), Toronto (2010), Pittsburgh (2010), Arizona (2010)
Chris DeMaria - Kansas City (2005), Milwaukee (2006)
Marco Estrada - Washington (2009), Milwaukee (2010)
Mike Gallo - Houston (2003-06)
Rod Gaspar - New York/NL (1966)
Jason Giambi - Oakland (1995-01, 09), New York/AL (2002-08), Colorado (2009-10)
Chris Gomez - Detroit (1993-96), San Diego (1996-01), Tampa Bay (2001), Minnesota (2002), Toronto (2004), Baltimore (2005-07), Cleveland (2007), Pittsburgh (2008)
Gabe Gonzalez - Florida (1998)
Dennis Gray - Toronto (1994)
Marcus Jones - Oakland (2000)
Jeff Liefer - Chicago/AL (2001-02), Montreal (2003), Tampa Bay (2003), Milwaukee (2004), Cleveland (2005)
Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay (2008-10)
Paul McAnulty - San Diego (2005-08), Anaheim (2010)
Randy Moffitt - San Francisco (1972-81), Houston (1982), Toronto (1983)
Carlos Muniz - New York/NL (2008)
Cesar Ramos - San Diego (2009-10)
Jeremy Reed - Seattle (2005-09), New York/NL (2009), Toronto (2010)
Darrell Sherman - San Diego (1993-94)
Terrmel Sledge - Montreal (2004), Washington (2005), San Diego (2007)
Jim Smith - Pittsburgh (1982)
George Throop - Kansas City (1975, 77-79)
Steve Trachsel - Chicago/AL (1993-99), Tampa Bay (2000), Toronto (2000),
New York/NL (2001-06), Chicago/AL (2007), Baltimore (2007-08)
Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado (2006-10)
Tom Urbani - St. Louis (1993-96)
Jason Vargas - Florida (2005-06), New York/NL (2007), Seattle (2009-10)
Jered Weaver - Anaheim (2006-10)
Pacific (5 Major Leaguers)
Chase Headley - San Diego (2007-10)
Dennis Houlton - Los Angeles (2005-07)
Keith Johnson - Anaheim (2000)
Dan Reichert - Kansas City (1999-02), Toronto (2003)
Rob Sperring - Chicago/NL (1974-76), Houston (1977)
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Former Members
(only athletes who played in the conference)
Cal State Los Angeles
(4 Major Leaguers)
Bob Apodaca - New York/NL (1973-79)
Terry Bulling - Minnesota (1977), Seattle (1981-83)
Tim Corcoran - Detroit (1977-80), Minnesota (1981), Philadelphia (1983-85),
New York/NL (1986)
Rick Lysander - Oakland (1980), Minnesota (1983-85).
Big West Baseball
Fresno State (18 Major Leaguers)
Randy Asadoor - San Diego (1986)
Warren Brusstar - Philadelphia (1977-82), Chicago/AL (1982), Chicago/NL (1983-85)
Pete Dalena - Cleveland (1989)
Eric Fox - Oakland (1992-94)
Mark Gardner - Montreal (1989-92), Kansas City (1993), Florida (1994-95),
San Francisco (1996-01)
Dan Gladden - San Francisco (1983-86), Minnesota (1987-92), Detroit (1993)
Tom Goodwin - Los Angeles (1991-93, 2000-01), Kansas City (1994-97),
Texas (1997-99), Colorado (2000), San Francisco (2002), Chicago/NL (2004)
Dean Heatgraves - Houston (1995)
John Hoover - Texas (1990)
Steve Hosey - San Francisco (1992-93)
Bobby Jones - New York/NL (1993-00), San Diego (2001-02)
Terry Pendleton - St. Louis (1984-90), Atlanta (1991-94, 96), Florida (1995-96), Cincinnati (1997-98)
Dick Ruthven - Philadelphia (1973-75, 78-83), Atlanta (1976-78), Chicago/NL (1983-86)
Erik Schullstrom - Minnesota (1994-95)
Dennis Springer - Philadelphia (1995), Anaheim (1996-97), Tampa Bay (1998),
Florida (1999), New York/NL (2000), Los Angeles (2001-02)
Bob Stoddard - Seattle (1981-84), Detroit (1985), San Diego (1986), Kansas City (1987)
Steve Wapnick - Detroit (1990-91)
Eddie Zosky - Toronto (1991-94), Milwaukee (1999)
Nevada (3 Major Leaguers)
Lyle Overbay - Arizona (2001-05), Milwaukee (2004-05), Toronto (2006-07)
Rob Richie - Detroit (1989)
Chris Singleton - Chicago/AL (1999-01), Baltimore (2002), Oakland (2003)
New Mexico State (3 Major Leaguers)
Mark Acre - Oakland A’s (1993-96)
Jason Rakers - Cleveland (1998-99), Kansas City (2000)
Fernando Ramsey - Chicago Cubs (1992-93)
San Diego State (1 Major Leaguer)
Dave Smith - Houston (1980-90), Chicago/NL (1991)
San Jose State (9 Major Leaguers)
Mike Brown - Anaheim (1983-85, 88), Pittsburgh (1985-86)
Ken Caminiti - Houston (1987-94, 99-00), San Diego (1995-98), Atlanta (2001), Texas (2001)
Chris Codiroli - Oakland (1982-87)
Randy Johnson - Atlanta (1982-84)
Hal Kolstad - Boston (1962-63)
Mark Langston - Seattle (1984-89), Montreal (1989), California (1990-97),
San Diego (1998), Cleveland (1999)
Larry Lintz - Montreal (1973-75), St. Louis (1975), Oakland (1976-77), Cleveland (1978)
John Oldham - Cincinnati (1956)
Anthony Telford - Baltimore (1990-91, 1993), Montreal (1997-01), Texas (2002)
UNLV (13 Major Leaguers)
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Bob Ayrault - Philadelphia (1992), Seattle (1993), Los Angeles (1993), Florida (1994)
Brian Boehringer - New York/AL (1995-97, 01), San Diego (1998-00),
San Francisco (2001), Pittsburgh (2002-04)
Joe Boever - St. Louis (1985-86), Atlanta (1987-90), Philadelphia (1990-91),
Houston (1992), Detroit (1993-95)
Cecil Fielder - Toronto (1985-88), Detroit (1990-96), New York/AL (1996-97),
Anaheim (1998), Cleveland (1998)
Ralph Garcia - San Diego (1972, 74)
Scott Lewis - Anaheim (1990-94), Houston (1994), Boston (1994), San Diego (1995)
T.J. Mathews - St. Louis (1995-97, 2001), Oakland (1997-01)
Vance McHenry - Seattle (1981-82)
Donovan Osborne - St. Louis (1992-99)
Mel Stottlemyre Jr. - Kansas City (1990)
Todd Stottlemyre - Toronto (1988-94), Oakland (1995), St. Louis (1996-98), Texas
(1998), Arizona (1999-01)
Tom Tellman - San Diego (1979-80), Milwaukee (1983-84), Oakland (1985)
Matt Williams - San Francisco (1987-96), Cleveland (1997), Arizona (1998-02)
Major Leagues Team-By-Team
American League
Anaheim Angels (18)
Kyle Abbott, LBSU (1991-92)
Mike Brown, SJSU (1983-85, 88)
Cecil Fielder, UNLV (1998)
Mike Harkey, CSF (1995)
Brent Hemphill, CSF (1999)
Keith Johnson, PAC (2000)
Mark Langston, SJSU (1990-97)
Scott Lewis, UNLV (1990-94)
Doug Linton, UCI (1993)
Paul McAnulty, LBSU (2010)
Phil Nevin, CSF (1998)
Jeff Robinson, CSF (1991)
Dennis Springer, FS (1996-97)
Tim Wallach, CSF (1996)
Jered Weaver, LBSU (2006-10)
Gary Wheelock, UCI (1976)
Dan Whitmer, CSF (1980)
Matt Wise, CSF (2000-02)
Baltimore Orioles (11)
Brady Anderson, UCI (1988-01)
Dan Boone, CSF (1990)
Bobby Crosby, LBSU (2008)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (2005-07)
Matt Leonard, UCSB (1993)
Doug Linton, UCI (1999)
Garrett Olson, CP (2007-08)
Chris Singleton, UN (2002)
Anthony Telford, SJSU (1990-91, 93)
Steve Trachsel, LBSU (2008)
Justin Turner, CSF (2009)
Boston Red Sox (8)
Brady Anderson, UCI (1988)
Abe Alvarez, LBSU (2004, 06)
Brent Cookson, LBSU (1995)
Jeremy Giambi, CSF (2003)
Hal Kolstad, SJSU (1962-63)
Mark Kotsay, CSF (2008-09)
Scott Lewis, UNLV (1994)
Chris Smith, UCR (2008)
Chicago Cubs(11)
Rocky Biddle, LBSU (2000-02)
Warren Brusstar, FS (1982)
Larry Casian, CSF (1998)
Reed Johnson, CSF (2008-09)
Joe Kmak, UCSB (1995)
Jeff Liefer, LBSU (2001-02)
Phil Nevin, CSF (2006)
Fernando Ramsey, NMSU (1992-93)
Aaron Rowland, CSF (2001-05)
Chris Singleton, UN (1999-2001)
Steve Trachsel, LBSU (1993-99, 2007)
Cleveland Indians (13)
Brady Anderson, UCI (2002)
Larry Casian, CSF (1994)
Pete Dalena, FS (1989)
Bruce Egloff, UCSB (1991)
Cecil Fielder, UNLV (1998)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (2007)
Mark Langston, SJSU (1999)
Jeff Liefer, LBSU (2005)
Larry Lintz, SJSU (1978)
Vinnie Pestano, CSF (2010)
Jason Rakers, NMSU (1998-99)
Mike Rouse, CSF (2007)
Matt Williams, UNLV (1997)
Detroit Tigers (11)
Joe Boever, UNLV (1993-95)
Tim Corcoran, CSLA (1977-80)
Cecil Fielder, UNLV (1990-96)
Casey Fien, CP (2009)
Dan Gladden, FS (1993)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (1993-96)
Phil Nevin, CSF (1995-97)
Rob Richie, UN (1989)
Bob Stoddard, FS (1985)
Virgil Vasquez, UCSB (2007)
Steve Wapnick, FS (1990-91)
Kansas City Royals (16)
Larry Casian, CSF (1997)
Shane Costa, CSF (2005-07)
Chris DeMaria, LBSU (2005)
Brandon Duckworth, CSF (2007)
Mark Gardner, FS (1993)
Jeremy Giambi, CSF (1998-99)
Tom Goodwin, FS (1994-97)
Doug Linton, UCI (1995-96)
Brent Mayne, CSF (1990-95, 2001-03)
Jose Mota, CSF (1995)
Eddie Pierce, UCSB (1992)
Jason Rakers, NMSU (2000)
Dan Reichert, PAC (1999-2002)
Bob Stoddard, FS (1987)
Mel Stottlemyre Jr., UNLV (1990)
George Throop, LBSU (1975, 77-79)
Minnesota Twins (14)
Terry Bulling, CSLA (1977)
Larry Casian, CSF (1990-94)
John Christensen, CSF (1988)
Tim Corcoran, CSLA (1981)
Andre David, CSF (1984, 86)
Dan Gladden, FS (1987-92)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (1002)
Adam Johnson, CSF (2001, 03)
Mike Lamb, CSF (2008)
Ryan Lysander, CSLA (1983-85)
Dan Naulty, CSF (1996-98)
Phil Nevin, CSF (2006)
Erik Schullstrom, FS (1994-95)
Chris Speier, UCSB (1984)
New York Yankees (6)
Brian Boehringer, UNLV (1995-97, 01)
Anthony Claggett, UCR (2008)
Cecil Fielder, UNLV (1996-97)
Jason Giambi, LBSU (2002-08)
Dan Naulty, CSF (1999)
Jeff Robinson, CSF (1990)
Oakland Athletics (25)
Mark Acre, NMSU (1993-96)
Chris Codiroli, SJSU (1982-87)
Bobby Crosby, LBSU (2003-07, 09)
Eric Fox, FS (1992-94)
Jason Giambi, LBSU (1995-01)
Jeremy Giambi, CSF (2000-02, 09)
Mike Harkey, CSF (1995)
Dann Howitt, CSF (1989-92)
Marcus Jones, LBSU (2000)
Brian Kingman, UCSB (1979-82)
Mark Kotsay, CSF (2005-07)
Justin Lehr, UCSB (2004)
Larry Lintz, SJSU (1976-77)
Big West In The Major Leagues
Ryan Lysander, CSLA (1980)
T.J. Mathews, UNLV (1997-2001)
Brent Mayne, CSF (1997)
Erasmo Ramirez, CSF (2007)
Mike Rouse, CSF (2006)
Kirk Saarloos, CSF (2004-06, 08)
Chris Singleton, UN (2003)
Todd Stottlemyre, UNLV (1995)
Kurt Suzuki, CSF (2008-10)
Tom Tellman, UNLV (1985)
Jason Windsor, CSF (2006)
Barry Zito, UCSB (2000-06)
Seattle Mariners (15)
Bob Ayrault, UNLV (1993)
Terry Bulling, CSLA (1981-83)
John Christensen, CSF (1987)
Chad Cordero, CSF (2010)
Dann Howitt, CSF (1993)
Mark Langston, SJSU (1984-89)
Quinn Mack, UCSB (1994)
Vance McHenry, UNLV (1981-82)
Garrett Olson, CP (2009-10)
Jeremy Reed, LBSU (2005-08)
Mike Schooler, CSF (1988-92)
Bob Stoddard, FS (1981-84)
Shane Turner, CSF (1990-93)
Jason Vargas, LBSU (2000-10)
Gary Wheelock, UCI (1977, 80)
Tampa Bay Devil Rays (5)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (2001)
Jeff Liefer, LBSU (2003)
Evan Longoria, LBSU (2008-10)
Dennis Springer, FS (1998)
Steve Trachsel, LBSU (2000)
Texas Rangers (13)
Ken Caminiti, SJSU (2001)
Tom Goodwin, FS (1997-99)
John Hoover, FS (1990)
Mike Lamb, CSF (2000-03)
Wes Littleton (2006-08)
Kameron Loe, CSUN (2004-08)
Phil Nevin, CSF (2006)
Erasmo Ramirez, CSF (2003-05)
Kevin Reimer, CSF (1988-92)
Mike Schooler, CSF (1993)
Todd Stottlemyre, UNLV (1998)
Anthony Telford, SJSU (2002)
Mike Young, UCSB (2000-10)
Toronto Blue Jays (20)
John Bowker, LBSU (2010)
Bobby Crosby, LBSU (2010)
Jordan DeJong, CSF (2007)
Cecil Fielder, UNLV (1985-88)
Huck Flener, CSF (1993-94)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (2004)
Dennis Gray, LBSU (1994)
Reed Johnson, CSF (2003-07)
Doug Linton, UCI (1992-93, 2003)
Randy Moffitt, LBSU (1983)
Bill Murphy, CSUN (2008, 09)
National League
Arizona Diamondbacks (8)
Bobby Crosby, LBSU (2010)
Brent Mayne, CSF (2004)
Bill Murphy, CSUN (2007)
Lyle Overbay, UN (2001-05)
Dante Powell, CSF (1999)
Leo Rosales, CSUN (2008-10)
Todd Stottlemyre, UNLV (1999-2001)
Matt Williams, UNLV (1998-2002)
Atlanta Braves (7)
Joe Boever, UNLV (1987-90)
Ken Caminiti, SJSU (2001)
Randy Johnson, SJSU (1982-84)
Mark Kotsay, CSF (2008)
Terry Pendleton, FS (1991-94, 96)
Dick Ruthven, FS (1976-78)
Steve Sisco (2000)
Chicago White Sox (10)
Warren Brusstar, FS (1983-85)
Larry Casian, CSF (1995-97)
Tom Goodwin, FS (2004)
Mike Harkey, CSF (1988, 90-93)
Mark Kotsay, CSF (2009-10)
Dick Ruthven, FS (1983-86)
Dave Smith, SDSU (1991)
Chris Speier, UCSB (1985-86)
Rob Sperring, PAC (1974-76)
Sean Tracy, UCI (2006)
Cincinnati Reds (4)
Justin Lehr (2009)
John Oldham, SJSU (1956)
Terry Pendleton, FS (1997-98)
Kirk Saarloos, CSF (2007)
Colorado Rockies (6)
Jason Giambi, LBSU (2009-10)
Tom Goodwin, FS (2000)
Mike Harkey, CSF (1994)
Brent Mayne, CSF (2000-01)
Ryan Spilborghs, UCSB (2005-10)
Troy Tulowitzki, LBSU (2006-09)
Florida Marlins (11)
Bob Ayrault, UNLV (1994)
Chad Bentz, LBSU (2005)
Brent Billingsley, CSF (1999)
Mark Gardner, FS (1994-95)
Gabe Gonzalez, LBSU (1998)
Mark Kotsay, CSF (1997-2000)
Mike Lamb, CSF (2010)
Terry Pendleton, FS (1995-96)
Erasmo Ramirez, CSF (2007)
Dennis Springer, FS (1999)
Jason Vargas, LBSU (2005-06)
Houston Astros (16)
Joe Boever, UNLV (1992)
Dan Boone, CSF (1982)
Ken Caminiti, SJSU (1987-94, 99-00)
Frank Charles, CSF (2000)
Brandon Duckworth, CSF (2004-05)
John Fishel, CSF (1988)
Mike Gallo, LBSU (2003-06)
Dean Heatgraves, FS (1995)
Mike Lamb, CSF (2005-07)
Scott Lewis, UNLV (1994)
Randy Moffitt, LBSU (1982)
Andy Mota, CSF (1991-92)
Phil Nevin, CSF (1995)
Bud Norris, CP (2009-10)
Kirk Saarloos, CSF (2002-03)
Rob Sperring, PAC (1977)
Los Angeles Dodgers (8)
Bob Ayrault, UNLV (1993)
Tom Goodwin, FS (1991-93, 2000-01)
Mike Harkey, CSF (1997)
Dennis Houlton, PAC (2005-07)
Brent Mayne, CSF (2004)
Dennis Springer, FS (2001-02)
Tim Wallach, CSF (1993-96)
Dave Walsh, UCSB (1990)
Milwaukee Brewers (14)
Gary Beare, LBSU (1976-77)
Chris DeMaria, LBSU (2006)
Marco Estrada, LBSU (2010)
Joe Kmak, UCSB (1993)
Mike Lamb, CSF (2008)
Justin Lehr, UCSB (2005-06)
Jeff Liefer, LBSU (2004)
Kameron Loe, CSUN (2010)
Lyle Overbay, UN (2004-05)
Kevin Reimer, CSF (1993)
Chris Smith, UCR (2009)
Tom Tellman, UNLV (1983-84)
Matt Wise, CSF (2004-07)
Eddie Zosky, FS (1999)
Montreal Expos (12)
Chad Bentz, LBSU (2004)
Rocky Biddle, LBSU (2003-04)
Chad Cordero, CSF (2003-04)
Mark Gardner, FS (1989-92)
Mark Langston, SJSU (1989)
Jeff Liefer, LBSU (2003)
Larry Lintz, SJSU (1973-75)
Bill Moore, CSF (1986)
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU (2004)
Chris Speier, UCSB (1977-84)
Anthony Telford, SJSU (1997-2001)
Tim Wallach, CSF (1980-92)
New York Mets (14)
Bob Apodaca, CSLA (1973-79)
John Christensen, CSF (1984-85)
Tim Corcoran, CSLA (1986)
Rod Gaspar, LBSU (1966)
Bobby Jones, FS (1993-2000)
Doug Linton, UCI (1994)
Brent Mayne, CSF (1996)
Carlos Muniz, LBSU (2008)
Jeremy Reed, LBSU (2009)
Dennis Springer, FS (2000)
Steve Trachsel, LBSU (2001-06)
Justin Turner, CSF (2010)
Jason Vargas, LBSU (2007)
Matt Wise, CSF (2008)
Philadelphia Phillies (11)
Kyle Abbott, LBSU (1993-95)
Bob Ayrault, UNLV (1992)
Joe Boever, UNLV (1990-91)
Warren Brusstar, FS (1977-82)
Andrew Carpenter, LBSU (2008-10)
Tim Corcoran, CSLA (1983-85)
Brandon Duckworth, CSF (2001-03)
Aaron Rowland, CSF (2005-07)
Dick Ruthven, FS (1973-75, 78-83)
Dennis Springer, FS (1995)
Shane Turner, CSF (1988)
St. Louis Cardinals (11)
Joe Boever, UNLV (1985-86)
Gary Buckels, CSF (1994)
Greg Mathews, CSF (1986-88, 90)
Larry Lintz, SJSU (1975)
T.J. Mathews, UNLV (1995-97, 2001)
Donovan Osborne, UNLV (1992-99)
Terry Pendleton, FS (1984-90)
Skip Schumaker, UCSB (2005-10)
Chris Speier, UCSB (1984)
Todd Stottlemyre, UNLV (1996-98)
Tom Urbani, LBSU (1993-96)
San Diego Padres (22)
Randy Asadoor, FS (1986)
Brian Boehringer, UNLV (1998-2000)
Dan Boone, CSF (1981-82)
Ken Caminiti, SJSU (1995-98)
Kevin Correia, CP (2009-10)
Ralph Garcia, UNLV (1972,74)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (1996-2001)
Chase Headley, PAC (2007-09)
Bobby Jones, FS (2001-02)
Mark Langston, SJSU (1998)
Scott Lewis, UNLV (1995)
Mark Kotsay, CSF (2001-03)
Paul McAnulty, LBSU (2005-08)
Jose Mota, CSF (1991)
Phil Nevin, CSF (1999-2005)
Cesar Ramos, LBSU (2009-10)
Leonel Rosales, CSUN (2006)
Darrell Sherman, LBSU (1993-94)
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU (2007)
Dave Smith, SDSU (1980-90)
Bob Stoddard, FS (1986)
Tom Tellman, UNLV (1979-80)
San Francisco Giants (19)
Brian Boehringer, UNLV (2001)
John Bowker, LBSU (2008-10)
Kevin Correia, CP (2003-08)
Mark Gardner, FS (1996-01)
Dan Gladden, FS (1983-86)
Tom Goodwin, FS (2002)
Steve Hosey, FS (1992-93)
Erik Johnson, UCSB (1993-94)
Brian Kingman, UCSB (1983)
Matt Leonard, UCSB (1990-92, 94-95)
Brent Mayne, CSF (1998-99)
Randy Moffitt, LBSU (1972-81)
Dante Powell, CSF (1997-98, 2001)
Jeff Robinson, CSF (1984-87)
Aaron Rowand, CSF (2008-10)
Dan Runzler, UCR (2009-10)
Chris Speier, UCSB (1971-77, 87-89)
Matt Williams, UNLV (1987-96)
Barry Zito, UCSB (2007-10)
Big West Baseball
Pittsburgh Pirates (8)
Brian Boehringer, UNLV (2002-04)
John Bowker, LBSU (2010)
Mike Brown, SJSU (1985-86)
Bobby Crosby, LBSU (2010)
Chris Gomez, LBSU (2008)
Jeff Robinson, CSF (1987-89)
Jim Smith, LBSU (1982)
Virgil Vasquez, UCSB (2009)
Lyle Overbay, UN (2006-07)
Jeremy Reed, LBSU (2010)
Dan Reichert, PAC (2003)
Ricky Romero, CSF (2009-10)
Marc Rzepczynski, UCR (2009-10)
Todd Stottlemyre, UNLV (1988-94)
Steve Trachsel, LBSU (2000)
Dan Whitmer, CSF (1981)
Eddie Zosky, FS (1991-94)
Washington Nationals (3)
Chad Cordero, CSF (2005-08)
Marco Estrada, WAS (2009)
Terrmel Sledge, LBSU (2005)
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