This Week In Pac-10 Baseball

July 7, 2004

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SEASON IN REVIEW
ARIZONA SEASON ENDS AT COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

The Arizona Wildcats postseason run ended at the hands of a 3-1 defeat to Georgia on June 22, their second loss to the Bulldogs of the tournament... However, with the Wildcats making the tournament, the Pacific-10 Conference has produced a College World Series participant each year since 1996 and has made the CWS 23 times overall since the league became known as the Pac-10 in 1979... The Wildcats' 15 berths in the College World Series ties them with Stanford for the seventh most berths in CWS history.

In addition to Arizona, four other teams made the NCAA postseason, STANFORD, WASHINGTON, UCLA, and ARIZONA STATE... Five Pac-10 teams made the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1997.. It was only the fourth time that the Pac-10 has received five or more bids to regionals... In 1992, six teams made the postseason, while in 1997 and 1990 five teams got the invite.

The Cardinal won this season's Pac-10 title, their second in a row, and fourth championship since the league consolidated in 1999... It was Stanford's 10th straight 40-win season and its 11th straight winning season... Washington's second place finish was the highest for the Huskies since 1998 when they won the Pac-10 Northern Division.

After 30 years at the helm of the UCLA program, head coach Gary Adams retired this season after compiling a 984-823-5 record in Westwood, leading the Bruins to their 12th postseason appearance... For his achievements, Adams will be inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on January 7, 2005, at the ABCA National Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. It is the highest honor given to college baseball coaches.

Arizona State junior shortstop Dustin Pedroia is one of five Golden Spikes Award Finalists, the top honor in collegiate baseball... The award given out by USA Baseball, recognizes the top amateur baseball player in the country and has been awarded since 1978... The winner will be announced on Tuesday, July 13... Pedroia was the 2003 Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year and if he wins, he will be the fourth Arizona State recipient of the GSA.

PAC-10 AWARDS

Pac-10 Player of the Year
Jed Lowrie, STAN

Pac-10 Pitcher and Freshman of the Year
Tim Lincecum, WASH

Pac-10 Coach of the Year
Gary Adams, UCLA

POSTSEASON RESULTS
COLLEGE WORLD SERIES
Omaha, Neb.
Fri., June 18

Georgia 8, ARIZONA 7

Sun., June 20
ARIZONA 7, Arkansas 2

Tues., June 22
Georgia 3, ARIZONA 1

SUPER REGIONALS
Long Beach, Calif.
Fri., June 11

ARIZONA 6, Long Beach State 5

Sat., June 12
Long Beach State 9, ARIZONA 4

Sun., June 13
ARIZONA 4, Long Beach State 3 (11 inn)

REGIONALS
Fullerton, Calif.
Fri., June 4

Pepperdine 15, ARIZONA STATE 5

Sat., June 5
ARIZONA STATE 6, Minnesota 4
CS Fullerton 5, ARIZONA STATE 0

Oklahoma City, Okla.
Fri., June 4

UCLA 9, Oklahoma 1
UCLA 17, Oklahoma 7

Sat., June 5
Florida 4, UCLA 3

Sun., June 6
Florida 11, UCLA 0

Oxford, Miss.
Fri., June 4

Tulane 3, WASHINGTON 2

Sat., June 5
WASHINGTON 7, Mississippi 2
WASHINGTON 4, Western Kentucky 1

Sun., June 6
Tulane 12, WASHINGTON 3

South Bend, Ind.
Fri., June 4

ARIZONA 7, UC Irvine 3

Sat., June 5
ARIZONA 7, Kent State 4

Sun., June 6
ARIZONA 7, Notre Dame 6

Stanford, Calif.
Fri., June 4

STANFORD 10, UNLV 4

Sat., June 5
Long Beach St. 7, STANFORD 4
STANFORD 7, St. Johns 2

Sun., June 6
Long Beach St. 8, STANFORD 4

2004 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Trevor Crowe, Arizona

2004 NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Travis Buck, Arizona State Chris Cater, Stanford Derek Decater, ArizonaChris Denove, UCLA Jason Donald, Arizona Preston Griffin, UCLAAaron Hathaway, Washington Casey Janssen, UCLA Koley Kolberg, ArizonaKyle Larsen, Washington Brent Lillibridge, Washington Jed Lowrie,StanfordRyan McCarthy, UCLA Tyler Mach, Washington Richard Mercado, ArizonaDustin Pedroia, Arizona State Mike Svetlic, UCLA Jeff Van Houten,Arizona

Most Outstanding Player: Koley Kolberg, Arizona

2004 PAC-10 TEAM NOTES

PAC-10 NOTES- The Pacific-10 Conference has produced a College World Series participant each year since 1996 and has made the CWS 23 times overall since the league became known as the Pac-10 in 1979... The Pac-10 went 176-85-2 (.673) against non-conference foes this season including going 10-4 against the two teams in the College World Series finals, Cal State Fullerton and Texas... Stanford's 16 Conference wins on the way to its second consecutive Pac-10 Title, were the fewest wins posted by a Conference Champion since Washington won the Pac-10 North in 1996 with the identical record of 16-8...Washington State and California, who tied for last place in Conference, each posted nine wins... It was the first time since 1992 that two last place teams have each posted nine or more wins, and at that time the league played 30 Conference games.

Arizona- The Wildcats' 15th College World Series appearance marked their first since 1986, the last time Arizona won the national title... Their season ended with a 3-1 loss to Georgia, their second loss to the Bulldogs of the College World Series... Over the regular season, nine Wildcat batters hit over .300... The back-to-back trips to the postseason marks the first time a Wildcat team has gone to regionals back-to-back since the 1992 and `93 seasons... Entering the College World Series, the Wildcats' 35 wins were the fewest for a College World Series team since California made it in 1992 with 35 wins as well... Arizona's 31st trip to the postseason is the second-most by a Pac-10 team behind USC (39)... Head coach Andy Lopez recorded his 100th win at the helm of the Wildcats in a 6-5 win over Long Beach State on June 11... SR INF Moises Duran hit 32 home runs in his career, fifth on the Arizona all-time list... FR SS Jason Donald was the only Wildcat to start and play every game this season (64 games)... The Wildcats pitching staff led the league with six complete games thrown, but were only 2-4 when their pitcher tossed a full game... JR RHP Koley Kolberg picked up the first save of his career to win Arizona's final game of the season 7-6 at USC on May 30, cementing a place in regionals for the `Cats... SO RHP John Meloan finished the season with a perfect 10-0 record with 11 starts in 18 appearances... Arizona was one of three Pac-10 teams to bat over .300 for the season... Arizona led the league in triples for the second consecutive year with 33 this season and also led the league with 85 stolen bases... SO INF Trevor Crowe led the league with nine triples and 26 stolen bases, while also leading the Wildcats with a .350 batting average and a .576 slugging percentage... Kolberg led the league with 149.1 innings pitched and was second in strikeouts with 123... Arizona's 15 saves this season were the most for a Wildcat team since 1992.

Arizona State- The Sun Devils were one of just two teams in the Conference to finish the season with more than 40 wins (41-18 overall)... ASU ended their season with a 5-0 loss to Cal State Fullerton in regionals, bringing its postseason record to 129-55 all-time... Arizona State had its NCAA record 506 game streak for not being shutout snapped on Feb. 15 by Oklahoma in a 6-0 loss... They were shutout a total of three times this season after not being shutout since April 7, 1995... The 15-5 victory over Stanford on May 30 gave coach Pat Murphy his 400th win at ASU... Arizona State made its fifth straight regional appearance and 28th overall postseason run... Three-time First Team All-American JR SS Dustin Pedroia ended his Sun Devil career by hitting .393 (96-for-244) with 24 doubles, nine home runs and 49 RBI in his junior campaign and was a three-time First-Team All-Pac-10 selection ranking seventh in school history with a .384 career batting average and fourth with 71 career doubles... Pedroia also led the Pac-10 this season in runs scored (78), hits (96), and doubles (24)... ASU led the league with a .325 batting average and 133 doubles... SO OF Travis Buck hit .373 this season (fourth in the Pac-10), with an on base percentage of .486 (third) 64 runs (tied fourth), 84 hits (tied fourth), 16 doubles (tied fifth), 58 RBI (fifth) and was the top base-stealer on the team with 13 (sixth)... JR RHP Jason Urquidez led the league with 12 wins and was third in the Pac-10 with a 3.41 ERA, holding opponents to a .251 batting average (sixth-best in the Pac-10).

California- The Golden Bears completed the season with a 25-31 overall record, 9-15 in the Pac-10... Head coach David Esquer is 141-138 in five seasons at Cal... SR RHP Matt Brown finished his career at Cal with 16 career saves (4th on Cal all-time list), 94 career appearances (6th on Cal all-time list) and 211 career strikeouts (8th on Cal all-time list)... SR INF Jeff Dragicevich finished first in career assists (617), sixth on the Cal career games list (220), and 10th on the career doubles list (42)... SR OF Brian Horwitz finished seventh all-time at California in career hits (236) and is also the Cal school record-holder for consecutive game hitting streak (23 in 2001). He is tied for the school record with eight RBI in a game (Feb.. 14, 2003 versus Texas Pan-American)... Graduating JR RHP Jesse Ingram became the Cal school record-holder for single-season saves tying for the league lead with 10 saves this season and finishing with 19 career saves in only three years, second on the Cal all-time career save list (behind Mitch Hawley's 21 saves from 1978-81). He is also eighth on the Cal all-time games list (85)... JR INF David Nicholson led the Bears with a .367 batting average (fifth in the Pac-10) and 77 hits (ninth in the Pac-10)... SO RHP Adam Gold won National Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 24th (NCBWA) after defeating Fresno State 2-0, pitching a one-hitter that day.

Oregon State- The Beavers fell just short of the postseason, posting a 31-22 overall record, 10-14 in the Pac-10. Their record was an improvement over the 2003 season where they went 25-28 overall, 7-17 in Conference play... OSU won thirty games for the third time in the past four years... The Beavers were 22-3 in games they out hit their opponents this season... The Beavers started their season on a seven-game win streak, their fastest start in 42 years... OSU also was the last Pac-10 team to remain unbeaten this season... Oregon State won 3 out of 4 Conference road series this year... The Beavers were the only team to go undefeated at the Coca-Cola Classic with a field including Arizona State, Oklahoma, Utah, and Gonzaga... Oregon State also earned the Championship at the Riverside Baseball Invitational and went undefeated at the Texas-Arlington Invitational... OSU posted a 14-9 road record compared to its 9-11 home record, and in games played away from Corvallis, the Beavers were 22-11... Oregon State had three first-team All-Pacific-10 selections in SR LHP Jake Postlewait, JR OF Aaron Mathews and SO OF Jacoby Ellsbury; the most first-team picks for OSU since the Beavers also had three in 2001... OSU was third in the Pac-10 in attendance, drawing an average of 1,142 fans per game, trailing only Arizona State and Stanford... Oregon State also drew the two biggest crowds to its home ballpark since Goss Stadium at Coleman Field was renovated prior to the 1999 season (2,008 vs. Washington, 1,852 vs. Stanford)... Postlewait matched the second-highest single-season win total in OSU baseball history by posting an 11-3 record... He also led the team with a 3.72 ERA (fifth in the Pac-10), opposing batting average (.262), and innings pitched (94.1)... Mathews had one of the longest hitting streaks in school history, lasting 21-games from March 26- May 2... SR OF Mike Hass tied Oregon State's school record for hits in a game when he went 5-for-5 against Arkansas-Little Rock, the first five hits of his OSU career... Ellsbury was one of three Pac-10 players to steal 20 bases or more this season (20) and one of just two players to have 20 swipes, while hitting over .350 (.352) with 50 runs scored (56).

Stanford- Stanford finished the season with a Pac-10 best mark of 46-14, ending its season with a 8-4 loss in the regional final to No. 2 seed Long Beach State... It was the first season in six years that the Cardinal have not made it to the College World Series and the first elimination game that the Cardinal had lost in regionals or super regionals since winning the last eight straight elimination games... The Cardinal have won the Conference title 12 of the past 22 years and have finished first or second 22 out of the last 24 years... The Cardinal made it to regionals for the 11th consecutive season and made their 25th regional appearance overall... Stanford extended the team's string of consecutive 40-win campaigns to 10... The Cardinal have posted 11 straight winning seasons, as well as 39 of 40 and 56 of 58... Head Coach Mark Marquess became the second-most winningest coach in Pac-10 history on March 27 in a 3-1 win over Cal Poly, passing Washington State's Chuck 'Bobo' Brayton (1,162-523-8, 1962-1994) and finished the season with his career record now standing at 1,190-565-5... Marquess is 10th in all-time winning percentage in the Pac-10 (.678) and leads all active Pac-10 coaches in both wins and winning percentage... The Cardinal were 29-5 at Sunken Diamond this season... Stanford led the league in fielding with a .974 fielding percentage in addition to a league-best team ERA of 4.35, keeping opposing batters to a league-low .255 batting average... SO 2B Jed Lowrie won this year's Pac-10 Player of the Year award and was named to many All-American first teams after leading the league with a .399 batting average, 17 home runs, 68 RBI (tied for first), 50 walks, a slugging percentage of .734 and an on base percentage of .505... The Cardinal's 96 home runs was best in the Pac-10, and the second best ever season mark for a Stanford team, missing the 1997 record by just six homers (102)... SO LHP Mark Romanczuk led the team with a 4.31 ERA (10th in the Pac-10) while striking out 94 batters (sixth) in 108.2 innings (fifth), on his way to winning 11 games this season (tied for second)... Stanford was the only team in the Conference to have two 10-win pitchers on its team (Romanczuk and SO RHP Jeff Gilmore, 10 wins)... SR OF Brian Hall hit .447 with 42 hits in Conference games, which led the Pac-10.

UCLA- The Bruins finished their season falling 11-0 to Florida in the Oklahoma City Regional Championship... In the postseason, UCLA beat Oklahoma 17-7, the Bruins season-high for runs scored... Over the four games in Oklahoma City, the Bruins scored 29 runs, more than any other Pac-10 team at regionals... Retiring head coach Gary Adams ends his 30-year Bruin career as the winningest coach in UCLA history with a mark of 984-823-7, 1,172-892-12 overall... His 984 wins at UCLA are the fifth-most in Pac-10 history... Adams is a 2004 ABCA Hall of Fame inductee and won Pac-10 Coach of the Year this season, his third overall... The Bruins posted an 8-4 Conference road-record, tied for the best Pac-10 away record with Washington... This season marks the first time since the league was known as the Pac-8 that the Bruins have won every Conference road series in a season... UCLA's 14-10 Conference record and 35-29 overall mark, is the best record the Bruins have posted since 2000 when they went 17-7, 38-26 giving them a share of the Pac-10 Title... This year's trip to the postseason was UCLA's 12th overall and the first time since 2000 that the Bruins made it to the NCAA Tournament... SR RHP Casey Janssen is the first Bruin to win 10 games since Josh Karp did so in 2000... Janssen led the Bruins with a 3.16 ERA (second in the Pac-10) and 103 strikeouts (fourth), holding hitters to a Pac-10 best .204 batting average... JR SS Ryan McCarthy finished the season with a team-high 135 total bases (fourth in the Pac-10), 75 hits (10th ) and 15 home runs (fourth in the Pac-10), hitting multiple home runs in four games this season... UCLA was predicted to finish seventh in the Pac-10 Coaches Preseason Poll, and finished third in Conference.... For the first time since 1991, the Bruins swept Cal State Fullerton in their non-conference meeting... UCLA's longest winning streak this season was seven games from Feb. 24 to March 5... The Bruins were 24-6 this season when they scored first in a game... SO C Chris Denove had a team-high 47 RBI.

USC- The Trojans had their first losing season under head coach Mike Gillespie since 1986, and first sub-.500 Conference season since 1992 going 24-32, 10-14 in the Pac-10... This season marked the first time that USC has failed to reach the NCAA Tournament in back-to-back seasons since 1986-87... JR 1B Joey Metropoulos has 33 career home runs and is now tied for sixth all time at USC, while his 48 doubles ties him for eighth all-time... FR RHP All-American Ian Kennedy led the Pac-10 with a 2.91 ERA and held batters to a .244 batting average (fourth in the Pac-10), with 120 strikeouts (third)... SR INF Michael Moon is now fourth at USC in total hits (270), fifth in RBI (155), fifth in runs scored (177), fourth in games played (235), fourth in at-bats (913), and fifth in total bases (409)... The Trojans went 5-7 against ranked non-conference opponents and 10-13 against all ranked opponents this season... USC's largest margin of victory was nine runs in a 10-1 victory over Loyola Marymount on March 23 and 14-5 at then No. 14 Arizona State on April 3... SO INF Billy Hart was the first football player to lead the team in batting (.367) since John Jackson hit .356 in 1989... SO C Jeff Clement is tied for 10th all-time at USC with 31 career home runs... The five top batting averages (Hart, FR OF Cyle Hankerd, SO SS Blake Sharpe, SO C Baron Frost and Clement) will return next year... Frost was second in the Pac-10 with 20 doubles... In Pac-10 play, Hart hit .391, fifth-best in the league, with 34 hits (eighth).

Washington- The Huskies ended their season with a 12-3 loss to Tulane in the regional finals in Oxford, Miss.... The UW made its third straight NCAA tournament appearance, the first time ever the Huskies have made the postseason in three straight seasons... The tournament appearance was the eighth all-time for the Huskies and their seventh in the last 13 seasons.... FR RHP Tim Lincecum, the Pac-10 Pitcher and Freshman of the Year, became the first Husky ever to win 10 games in his debut season. His 10 victories are only one win short of the school record of 11, set by Jake Kringen in 1997 and tied by Shawn Kohn in 2002... Lincecum was also named Collegiate Baseball Co-Freshman of the Year after becoming the first freshman since the Pac-10 expanded to its current membership in 1978 to lead the league in strikeouts with 161 K's... Lincecum commanded an ERA of 3.53 (fourth in the Pac-10), while holding batters to a .207 batting average (second) in 112.1 innings of work (fourth)... Fellow Husky hurler FR RHP Kyle Parker, was sixth in the Pac-10 with a 3.84 ERA and third in opposing batting average (.224)... SO OF Brent Lillibridge hit a homer to lead off a game seven times this season... Lillibridge also led the Huskies in multiple offensive categories, including: runs (65, third in the Pac-10), hits (79, seventh), walks (41, tied fifth) and total bases (130, seventh), as well as being tied for the team lead in home runs (tied ninth) and doubles (16, tied fifth)... Coach Ken Knutson (428-273-2) became the all-time winningest coach in Husky history in a 7-2 win over UCLA on May 22, giving him his 423rd win at the helm of the Huskies, surpassing former UW skipper Bob MacDonald's mark of 422... SR INF Greg Isaacson led the team with 23 stolen bases, second-best in the Pac-10 this year.. JR 1B Kyle Larsen recorded 78 hits (eighth in the Pac-10) with a team-high 55 RBI (eighth), 11 home runs (tied for ninth) and 16 doubles (tied for fifth)... The Huskies tied with UCLA for the best Conference away record at 8-4, and tied Stanford for the best overall away record at 17-9... SO OF Zach Clem got hit by a Pac-10 season-high and UW season record 24 pitches... The past three seasons the Pac-10 Preseason Coaches Poll has picked UW to finish fifth or lower. In each of those three years the UW has finished third or better and made it to the postseason.

Washington State- The Cougars finished their season with a 29-26 overall record (9-15 in Pac-10), their first winning season since 1998 and second since 1994... At the end of the season, four-year head coach Tim Mooney (84-135 at WSU, 556-263-3 overall in 19 seasons) resigned... Cougar assistant coach Donnie Marbut was named head coach following the resignation... Marbut was head coach at Edmonds Community College from 2000-03 and compiled a 152-38 record... The Cougars went 4-2 against non-conference teams that made the NCAA tournament, including a three-game sweep of Birmingham Southern... JR INF Grant Richardson was named NCBWA National Player of the Week on Apr. 7, as well as Pac-10 Player of the Week that same week after hitting five home runs and 12 RBI... Richardson tied for the Pac-10 lead with 68 RBI this season and his 13 homers tied him for fifth-best in the Conference... Washington State started the season 11-3... SO OF Jay Miller hit a Pac-10 best 14 sacrifice bunts with a team best .355 batting average (ninth in the Pac-10), with an on base percentage of .470 (fifth)... JR OF Kaeo Rubin scored a team best 64 runs (tied for fourth in the Pac-10)... SR RHP Aaron Trolia led the Cougars with a 4.25 ERA while holding batters to a .248 batting average (fifth-best in the Pac-10)... SR RHP Aaron MacKenzie was fifth in the league with 94 strikeouts in 108.1 innings of work (sixth in the league).

ADDITIONAL NOTES

SEVEN PAC-10 PLAYERS NAMED TO USA BASEBALL TEAM - USA Baseball has selected seven Pac-10 players for the 2004 USA Baseball National Team. Those players are SO OF Travis Buck, ASU; SO C, Jeff Clement, USC, SO OF Trevor Crowe, ARIZ; FR RHP Ian Kennedy, USC; SO IF Jed Lowrie, STAN; SO IF John Mayberry Jr., STAN; and SO LHP Mark Romanczuk, STAN. The Pac-10 put more players on the roster than any other Conference, with the Big West and Big 12 tying for second, each landing four players a piece. Stanford tied with Texas for the most players from a school, each have three players on the USA team. In addition, Arizona State SID Jeff Evans will serve as the USA Baseball Press Officer. It will be the first time Evans have been involved with USA Baseball in this capacity.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATE- Current Chicago Cub and former USC pitching ace Mark Prior, received his bachelor's degree in business from USC's Marshall School of Business this Spring. After being drafted in 2001 as a junior, Prior has spent the past three off-seasons finishing his undergraduate classes. In 2001, Prior set a school and Pac-10 record with 202 strikeouts in a season, on his way to winning the Golden Spikes Award as the top amateur baseball player in the country.

2004 ALL-AMERICANS
BASEBALL AMERICA
First Team

Jed Lowrie-STAN
Dustin Pedroia-ASU
Danny Putnam-STAN

Freshman First Team
Ian Kennedy-USC
Tim Lincecum-WASH

Freshman Second Team
Jason Donald-ARIZ
Zechry Zinicola-ASU

COLLEGIATE BASEBALL
First Team

Jed Lowrie- STAN

Second Team
Dustin Pedroia-ASU
Tim Lincecum- WASH

Third Team
Mark Romanczuk- STAN

Co-Freshman National
Player of the Year

Tim Lincecum-WASH

Freshman Team
Jason Donald-ARIZ
Kevin Gunderson-OSU
Tim Lincecum-WASH
Ian Kennedy-USC
Zechry Zinicola-ASU

NCBWA
First Team

Dustin Pedroia-ASU

Third Team
Jed Lowrie-STAN

SPORTS WEEKLY
Jed Lowrie-STAN
Dustin Pedroia, ASU

AMERICAN BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION
Second Team

Jed Lowrie-STAN
Dustin Pedroia- ASU
Danny Putnam- STANFORD

COLLEGEBASEBALLINSIDER.COM
Second Team

Jed Lowrie-STAN
Dustin Pedroia-ASU

Honorable Mention
Casey Janssen-UCLA
Tim Lincecum-WASH
Danny Putnam-STAN
Jason Urquidez-ASU

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS
Third Team

Colin Henderson-WSU

GOLDEN SPIKES FINALIST
Dustin Pedroia-ASU

PAC-10 VS. CONFERENCES
America East 0-0Atlantic Coast 7-3Atlantic Sun 0-0Atlantic 10 0-0Big East 5-2Big Sky 13-3Big South 3-0Big Ten 2-1Big 12 13-5-1Big West 34-27-1Colonial 0-0Conference USA 9-5Horizon 0-0Ivy League 0-0Metro Atlantic 0-0Mid-American 1-0Mid-Continent 2-3Mid-Eastern 0-0Missouri Valley 2-3Mountain West 9-3Northeastern 0-0Ohio Valley 0-0Pacific West 5-0Patriot 0-0Southeastern 4-5Southern 1-1Southland 1-1Southwestern 0-0SunBelt 6-2Western Athletic 11-7West Coast 38-11Independent 11-2Total-All 176-85-2 (.673)Total-Div. I 171-83-2 (.672)

2004 PAC-10 RECORDS SET
Most Consecutive Games
Without Being Shutout
506 Arizona State
April 17, 1995-Feb., 14, 2004
(NCAA record)

ALL-TIME PAC-10 SINGLE-SEASON BESTS
Individuals

Triples
9 Trevor Crowe, ARIZ
(10-way tie for 10th)

Strikeouts
161 Tim Lincecum, WASH
(seventh)

Team
Saves
20 Arizona State
(seventh)

COACHING RECORDS

Andy Lopez, Arizona
Career: 789-492-7 (22 yrs)
at Arizona: 102-74-1 (3 yrs)

Pat Murphy, Arizona State
Carrer: 774-367-4 (20 yrs)
at ASU: 401-196-1 (10 yrs)

David Esquer, California
Career: 141-138-0 (5 yrs)
at Cal: 141-138-0 (5 yrs)

Pat Casey, Oregon State
Career: 467-338-5 (17 yrs)
at OSU: 296-225-4 (10 yrs)

Mark Marquess, Stanford
Career: 1,190-565-5 (28 yrs)
at Stanford: 1,190-565-5 (28 yrs)

Gary Adams, UCLA
Career: 1,172-892-12 (35 yrs)
at UCLA: 984-823-5 (30 yrs)

Mike Gillespie, USC
Career: 697-416-2 (18 yrs)
at USC: 697-416-2 (18 yrs)

Ken Knutson, Washington
Career: 428-273-2 (12 yrs)
at UW: 428-273-2 (12 yrs)

Tim Mooney, Washington St.
Career: 612-371-3 (19 yrs)
at WSU: 74-135-0 (4 yrs)

2004 PAC-10 ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

 First Team  Yr. GPA Major Bret Beetham, WSU Sr. 3.78 Political Science Scott Botterman, UCLA So. 3.55 Business-Economics Colin Henderson, WSU Grad. 4.00 Sports Management Greg Isaacson, WASH Sr. 3.31 Economics Chris Minaker, STAN So. 3.69 Undeclared Ryan McKenna, ASU Jr. 3.58 Interdisciplinary Studies Blake Read, CAL  Sr. 3.47 English Brandon Reddinger, WSU Sr. 3.71 General Business Mark Romanczuk, STAN So. 3.53 Undeclared Garrett Schoenberger, ASU Jr. 3.51 Marketing

Second Team Erik Averill, ASU So. 3.43 Marketing Bret Butler, USC Jr. 3.29 Communications Jeffrey Dragicevich, CAL Sr. 3.28 Business Administration Matthew Einspahr, CAL Jr. 3.35 Sociology Tuffy Gosewisch, ASU Jr. 3.31 Marketing Jesse Ingram, CAL Jr. 3.31 Political Science Matt Manship, STAN So. 3.48 Undeclared Jonathan Meloan, ARIZ So. 3.45 Business Management David O'Hagan, STAN Sr. 3.13 Political Science Danny Putnam, STAN Jr. 3.26 Sociology

Honorable Mention: Garrett Alwert, Sr., WSU; Jonny Ash, Sr.,STAN; Matt Brown, Sr., CAL; Scott Burns, Sr., ARIZ; Chris Carter, Jr.,STAN; Jeff Clement, So., USC; Alan Craig, So., CAL; Chris Denove, So.,UCLA; Seth Dhaenens, Fr., ASU; Jacoby Ellsbury, So., OSU; ZachFranklin, So., WSU; Sam Fuld, Sr., STAN; Jeff Gilmore, So., STAN; AdamGold, So., CAL; Kevin Guyette, So., ARIZ; Brian Hall, Sr., STAN; BillyHart, So., USC; Brian Horwitz, Sr., CAL; Jay Miller, So., WSU; BillyMunich, So., OSU; Robert Nesbitt, So., CAL; Michael Padgett, Jr., CAL;Patrick Reilly, Jr., ARIZ; Ben Rowe, Sr., OSU; Alex Trafton, So., CAL;David Weiner, Sr., CAL; Clayton Wentworth, Sr., USC.

ALL-PAC-10 TEAM

Name School Pos Yr Ht Wt HometownJonny Ash STAN INF Sr. 5-9 180 Oakland, Calif.Travis Buck ASU OF So. 6-3 210 Richland, Wash.Zach Clem WASH OF So. 6-1 200 Burlington, Wash.Jeff Clement (2) USC C So. 6-1 205 Marshalltown, IowaTrevor Crowe ARIZ INF So. 6-0 190 Portland, Ore.Jacoby Ellsbury OSU OF So. 6-1 180 Madras, Ore.Brian Hall STAN OF Sr. 6-0 185 Carlsbad, N.M.Casey Janssen UCLA RHP Sr. 6-4 210 Huntington Beach, Calif.Ian Kennedy USC RHP Fr. 6-0 180 Huntington Beach, Calif.Kyle Larsen WASH 1B Jr. 6-5 245 Redmond, Wash.Brent Lillibridge (2) WASH OF So. 5-9 170 Everett, Wash.Donny Lucy STAN C Jr. 6-3 210 Fallbrook, Calif.Ryan McCarthy UCLA INF Jr. 6-3 200 Thosand Oaks, Calif.Aaron Mathews OSU OF Jr. 5-10 195 John Day, Ore.John Mayberry STAN 1B Jr. 6-5 225 Kansas City, Mo.David O'Hagan STAN RP Sr. 6-1 195 Wayzata, Minn.Dustin Pedroia (3) ASU INF Jr. 5-8 180 Woodland, Calif.Jake Postlewait (2) OSU LHP Sr. 6-0 190 Corvallis, Ore.Danny Putnam (2) STAN OF Jr. 5-10 200 Escondido, Calif.Mark Romanczuk (2) STAN LHP So. 6-1 195 Newark, Del.Jason Urquidez ASU RHP Jr. 6-1 165 Simi Valley, Calif.(2) - Two-time All-Conference selection.(3) - Three-time All-Conference selection.

Honorable Mention: Josh Asanovich, Jr., ASU; Brandon Averill,Sr., UCLA; Erik Averill, So., ASU; Trent Baysinger, Sr., WASH; PatBresnehan, Fr., ASU; Jon Brewster, Sr., USC; Jordan Brown, So., ARIZ;Bryce Chamberlain, Jr., WSU; Chris Cook, Jr., ASU; Colin Curtis, Fr.,ASU; Chris Denove, So., UCLA; Jason Donald, Fr., ARIZ; Will Fenton,Jr., WASH; Jason Freeman, Jr., WSU; Baron Frost, So., USC; Sam Fuld,Sr., STAN; Jeff Gilmore, So., STAN; Adam Gold, So., CAL; TuffyGosewisch, Jr., ASU; Preston Griffin, Sr., UCLA; Kevin Gunderson, Fr.,OSU; John Hardy, Jr., ARIZ; Billy Hart, So., USC; Aaron Hathaway, Jr.,WASH; Nick Hundley, So., ARIZ; Jesse Ingram, Jr., CAL; Greg Isaacson,Sr., WASH; Jeff Larish, Jr., ASU; Aaron MacKenzie, Sr., WSU; BrettMcMillan, So., UCLA; John Meloan, So., ARIZ; Richard Mercado, Jr.,ARIZ; Jay Miller, So, WSU; Michael Moon, Sr., USC; Jeff Mousser, Sr.,ASU; David Nicholson, Jr., CAL; John Otness, Sr., WASH; Joe Persichina,Fr., ASU; Grant Richardson, Jr., WSU; Paul Richie, Sr., OSU; KaeoRubin, Jr., WSU; Blake Sharpe, So., USC; Mike Sveltic, Sr., INF; MattThayer, Jr., UCLA; Aaron Trolia, Sr., WSU; Jeff Van Houten, Jr., ARIZ;Nick Walsh, Sr., ASU; David Weiner, Sr., CAL; Wes Whisler, Jr., UCLA;Zechry Zinicola, Fr., ASU.

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