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COLLEGIATE / HIGH SCHOOL AWARDS

PLAYERS/COACHES OF THE YEAR
Year Title Name
1977 NAIA Coach of the Year Ben Hines (78-79-80-81-92)
1986 WCC Player of the Year Chris Donnels (86)
1986 WCC Pitcher of the Year Tim Layana (85)
1986 WCC Coach of the Year Dave Snow (78-79-82-83)
1986 NCAA Coach of the Year Dave Snow (78-79-82-83)
1986 Collegiate Baseball Coach of the Year Dave Snow (78-79-82-83)
2005 WAC Freshman of the Year Beau Mills (06)
2007 NAIA Player of the Year Beau Mills (06)
     
VARIOUS NCAA AWARDS
     
  Distinguished Service Chuck "Bobo" Brayton (78)
     
ACBA HALL OF FAME
  
1982Bill Arce
1983Chuck "Bobo" Brayton
1989Ben Hines
2001Sam Suplizio
2002Jim Dietz
2006Ed Cheff
  
  
ACBA LEFTY GOMEZ AWARD
Class ofName
1983 Chuck "Bobo" Brayton (78)
1994 Sam Suplizio (63-64)
2009 Ed Cheff (02-03-04-05-06)
  
COLLEGE BB HALL OF FAME
Class ofName
1983 Chuck "Bobo" Brayton (78)
1994 Sam Suplizio (63-64)
1994 Sam Suplizio (63-64)
2006 Dave Winfield (71-72)
2007 Phil Stephenson (80-81)
2007 Chuck "Bobo" Brayton (78)
2008 Eddie Bane (82)
2008 Floyd Bannister (74-75)
2010 Don Heinkel (80-81)
2010 Don Heinkel (80-81)
  
NAIA HALL OF FAME
Class ofName
1976 Bill Arce (72)
  
JUNIOR COLLEGE HALL OF FAME
Class ofName
2008 Ed Olsen (74-75-76-77)
  
USA GOLDEN SPIKES
Class ofName
1978 Tim Wallach (78)
1980 Terry Francona (78)
1991 Mike Kelly (89)
1996 Travis Lee (93-94)
  
COLLEGE WORLD SERIES MVP
     
1964 Southern California Bud Hollowell (64-76-83-97-09)
1968 Southern California Bill Seinsoth (66-67-68)
1973 Minnesota Dave Winfield (71-72)
1974 Southern California George Milke
1980 Arizona Terry Francona (78)
1981 Arizona State Stan Holmes (80)
1984 CS-Fullerton John Fishel (84)
1988 Stanford Lee Plemel (86)
1989 Wichita State Greg Brummett (88)
     
OTHER COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AWARDS
     
1963 All-American Bud Hollowell (64-75-83-97-09)
1963 All-American Walt Peterson (64)
1964 All-American Bud Hollowell (64-75-83-97)
1964 All-American Gary Sutherland (64)
1966 All-American John Stewart
1968 All-American Bill Seinsoth (66-67-68)
1968 All-American Bill Lee (66-67-08)
1970 All-American Frank Alfano
1970 All-American Jim Barr
1971 All-American Frank Alfano
1971 All-American Mark Sogge
1972 All-American Daryl Arenstein
1974 All-American Bobby Mitchell
1974 All-American George Milke
1978 All-American Dave Hostetler
1978 All-American Doug Stokke
1978 All-American Tim Tolman
1996 All-Decade Team (60s) Bill Seinsoth (66-67-68)
1996 All-Decade Team (80s) Greg Brummett (88)
1998 All-American Jason Lane (96-97)
2005 Best Players in CWS History (#23) Greg Brummett (88)
     
VARIOUS HALLS OF FAME
CLASS SCHOOL NAME
  Inland Empire Chuck "Bobo" Brayton (78)
  Washington State Chuck "Bobo" Brayton (78)
2000 Loyola Marymount Miah Bradbury (86-87-88)
2004 Iowa State Larry Corrigan (86)
2008 Kansas Baseball Phil Stephenson (80-81)
2008 Wichita State Jason Adams (93)
     
OTHER COLLEGIATE AWARDS
YEAR AWARD NAME
     
1966 WSU MVP Award Dan Frisella (65)
1967 WSU MVP Award Jim Hannah (67)
1973 WSU John Olerud Award Jim Chapados
1975 WSU John Olerud Award Phil Westendorf
1975 WSU Buck Bailey Tracy Harris
1976 WSU Buck Bailey Eric Wilkins
1977 WSU MVP Award Phil Westendorf (76)
1977 WSU John Olerud Award Dave Edler
1978 WSU John Olerud Award Dave Edler
1993 WSU John Olerud Award Kevin Brunstad (92)
1993 WSU MVP Award Kevin Brunstad (92)
1996 WSU Buck Bailey Robert Ramsay
2007 LaVerne Alumnus of the Year Ben Hines (80)
     
     
     
HIGH SCHOOL HALLS OF FAME
CLASS SCHOOL NAME
     
1992 Junipero HS Dan Frisella (65)
2000  Tecumseh, OH, HS Mark Blumenschein (78)
2000 Brophy, AZ, Prep Jim Burnes (70-71)
     

 

All-Time Roster of Goldpanners Selected in the MLB Draft
If you are privy to the location of a panner not listed: todd @ pannervault.com
 

"Once a Goldpanner, ALWAYS a Goldpanner!"


EARLIER STORYLINES BELOW

  • Matt Curtis (94-95) Named Head Coach of Cal-Northdrige!

  • Elliot van Gaver of the 2010 Goldpanners has moved up from the junior college Columbia Basin to the Nevada (Reno) Wildcats of the Division I Western Athletic Conference. Van Gaver posted an ERA of 4.02 for the Panners last year as a reliver & spot starter (13 apperances, 3 starts), but managed to go 4-1 on the season. He was also a part of the 2009 Midnight Sun Goldpanners barnstorming team, although he was limited to 4.1 innings pitched. In his three appearances that year he was successful, holding opponents to a .071 average and giving up one earned run on just one hit.

  • Jeeter Ishida (2009) — is transferring, though he’s making a lateral transition.  He’ll make the move from Arizona State to Cornell in the Ivy League. If I’m not mistaken, the transfer from one Division I school to another means that Ishida will be forced to ride the pine for the 2011 season and will come back as a redshirt junior in 2012.

  • A name that Panner fans haven’t forgotten — or perhaps pronounced correctly — is making the jump to a four year school as well. Pitcher Zach Vawter-Scoggins, formerly of Yuba College, is headed to Valdosta State in Georgia. The Blazers field a Division-II program in the NCAA Gulf South Conference, who have yielded three MLB draft picks in the past two years. Vawter-Scoggins is a talented two-way player who has seen his presence on the mound come to the forefront during the past year, and I’m sure he’ll succeed at the DII level.

    Delving into uncharted territory here, we’ve got one last player to look at, a guy who came into the ABL as a relatively rare non-local high school senior. Highly touted prospect Kyle Richter garnered an invitation to the Goldpanners last season and established himself as one of the better pitchers in the league despite his youth. He’s has committed to Southern California and should be working out with the USC squad for the upcoming spring season. As an aside, I noticed while doing research on Richter that one of my favorite prospect blogs — Baseball Beginnings — has a great scouting video and scouting report on him. Since I didn’t manage to catch any footage or notes on Richter this past season, I recommend you check out the above links.

 
 
       

Mike Benjamin

Arizona State Assistant Coach Mike Benjamin
(85)

Following his pro career, Benjamin was a coach for the Chandler National Little League team that advanced to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Arizona State Director External Affairs Mike Rooney
(00)

Jeeter Ishida

Arizona State Pitcher Jeeter Ishida
 (09)

Raoul Torrez

Arizona State Infielder Raoul Torrez
 (08-09)

Matt Newman

Arizona State Pitcher/Outfielder Matt Newman
(08)

Andrew Pollak

Arizona State Catcher Andrew Pollack
(09)

Bradley Outfielder Mike Tauchman
(10)
Vance Law BYU Head Coach Vance Law
(77)

Patrick McClain

Cal-Monterey Bay Pitcher Patrick McClain
(07-09)

Cal State Northridge Head Coach Steve Rousey
(
98-99)
  Chapman Head Coach Tom Tereschuk
(78)

Chemeketa CC Infielder Trent Oleszczuk
(09)

Head Baseball Coach Greg Brummett

Cloud County CC Head Coach Greg Brummett
(88)

Concordia University Irvine Head Coach Mike Grahovac
(87-96)

Cypress JC Pitcher Thomas Hoenshel
(09)

Delta JC First Baseman Stuart Burnett
(09)

Dodge City CC Head Coach Phil Stephenson
(80-81)

Dodge City (KS) A's
(Summer)
Head Coach Phil Stephenson
 (80-81)


 

Eastern AZ Head Coach Jim Bagnall
(82)
  Embry-Riddle
(Sun Conference)
Starting Pitcher Jonathan Kountis
(07)

Ron Scott Baseball

Fresno City

Merced JC

Head Coach Ron Scott
(73)

Matt Curtis

Fresno State Assistant Coach Matt Curtis
(
94-95)

Brennan Gowens

Fresno State Outfielder Brennan Gowans
(0
9)

George Fox U. Infielders Taylor Hunter
(09)

J.J. Brock

Georgetown Assistant Coach J.J. Brock
(97)

 

Green Bay Bullfrogs
(Summer)
Pitching Coach Brandon Harmon
(07-09)

Steve Mrowka

GW Head Coach Steve Mrowka
(86)

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Hawaii Pacific Pitcher Matt Maggiolo
(08)

Rayner Noble

Houston Head Coach Rayner Noble
(
81)

Indiana State Pitcher Jason Van Skike
(09)

Jacksonville Pitcher Carson Andrew (07)

Jacksonville Catcher Jeremy Gillan (08)

Thomas Myers

Jacksonville Outfielder Thomas Myers (08)

Steve Gillispie

Jacksonville State Assistant Coach Steve Gillispie (92)

Jesse Sikorski

Johns Hopkins   Jesse Sikorski
(10)
  Judson College Pitching Coach Reid Hamblet
(04)

Kent State Head Coach Scott Striklin (91)

Kentucky Head Coach Gary Henderson (89)

Lewis-Clark State Head Coach Ed Cheff (02-03-04-05-06)

2009 Lefty Gomez Award Winner

Lewis-Clark State Pitching Coach Gus Knickrehm (04-05-06)

Lewis-Clark State Assistant Coach Allan Balmer
(04)

Lewis-Clark State Infielder Josh Ashenbrenner (07-09)

Lewis-Clark State Starting Pitcher Kevin Camacho
(07)

Lewis-Clark State Pitcher Stephen Foster
(09)
  Linfield   Garret Dorn (09)
  Linn-Benton Pitcher A.J. Burke (09)

Long Beach Head  Coach Mike Weathers
(86-87-88)
      Ryan Buckles (09)

Rob Hippi

Lower Columbia Pitching Coach Rob Hippi (02-03)

Lower Columbia Infielder Timothy Culligan (09)

Lower Columbia Pitcher Eric Lane (09)

Lower Columbia   Derek Speigner (09)

Alex Gillingham

Loyola Marymount Pitcher Alex Gillingham (09)

Evan Simonitsch

Loyola Marymount Outfielder Evan Simonitsch (09)

Maryland

Pitching Coach Sean Kenny
(90)

McNeese State Assistant Coach Clay Van Hook (05)

McNeese State Pitcher JordanLeGros (09)

Mt. San Antonio Head Coach Stacey Parker
(85-95-96)
  New Mexico Highlands Relief Pitcher Derek Grieve
(09-10)

Ryan Strain

Northern Colorado Assistant Coach Ryan Strain (01)

Northern Colorado Outfielder Jerod Berggren (09-10)

Oklahoma Baptist Assistant Coach Bryan Tapley
(08)

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Oklahoma Baptist

Relief Pitcher Tyler Duran
(08)

Kyle Brule

Oklahoma Baptist Pitcher Kyle Brule
 (08-09)

Orange Coast Outfielder Mykal Stokes (09)

Oregon Head Coach George Horton
(81-83)

Oregon Pitcher Brian Buckham (09)

Oregon State

Out of Merced JC

Catcher Travis Andersen
(09)

Pearl River Head Coach Jamie McMahon
(01)

Pepperdine Head Coach Steve Rodriguez (90)

Pepperdine Catcher Trent Diedrich (08)

Pepperdine Pitcher Jonathan Harmston (08)

Pepperdine First Baseman Ryan Heroy (08)

Pomona Pizer Starting Pitcher David Colvin
(09)

Mike Taylor

Rice Assistant Coach Mike Taylor (87)

J.T. Chargois

Rice Starting Pitcher / Infielder J.T. Chargois (10)

Chase McDowell

Rice Starting Pitcher / Outfielder Chase McDowell (10)

Sacramento St. Assistant Coach Jim Barr (67-68-69)

Sacramento St. Starting Pitcher
 

Started and won 104th Midnight Sun Game

Jesse Darrah
(09)

Sacramento St. Shortstop Derrick Chung
(09-10)

Eric Valenzuela

San Diego State Pitching Coach Eric Valenzuela
(97-98)

San Jacinto College Head Coach Tom Arrington (83)

Santa Clara Assistant Coach Sean Epidendio
(07-08)

Seattle U.

Infielder Josh Kalalau (09)

Seattle U. Outfielder Phil Parrish
(09)

Southwest Missouri Baptist Infielder Nigel Morton
(08-09)

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Southwest Missouri Baptist Catcher Steven Davis
(08)

Barry Matthews - Assistant Coach - Baseball

Spokane CC Head Coach Barry Matthews
(00)

Christian

Spokane Falls CC Pitcher Cameron Christian
(09)

Barry Matthews - Assistant Coach - Baseball

Spokane Redhawks
(Summmer)
Head Coach Barry Matthews
(00)

Jake Stewart

Stanford Outfielder Jake Stewart
(10)

 

Stanford Pitcher Zach Arneson(10)

Andrew Clauson

Stanford Pitcher Andrew Clauson
(08)

Adam Gaylord

Stanford Infielder Adam Gaylord
(08)

Carey Schwartz

Stanford Pitcher Carey Schwartz
(09)

Rusty Filter

Stanford  Assistant Coach/Pitching Coach Rusty Filter
(93-94)

Treasure Valley CC Head Coach Rick Baumann
(94)

Treasure Valley CC Assistant Coach Mike Lissman
(04-05-06)
 

UC Bakersfield Pitcher  Mike McCarthy
(09)

UC Bakersfield

Catcher/Third Baseman JeremyRodriguez
(09)

UC Bakersfield

First Baseman Martin Medina
(09)

UC Bakersfield

Outfielder Ryan McIntyre
(09)

Ryan Scoma

UC Davis Outfielder Ryan Scoma
(08)

Justin Schafer

UC Davis Infielder Justin Schafer
(09)

Casey Stevenson

UC Irvine Infielder Casey Stevenson
(08)

D.J. Crumlich

UC Irvine Outfielder DJ Crumlich
(10)

Rick Vanderhook

UCLA Assistant Coach Rick Vanderhook

Jesse Meaux

UC Santa Barbara Starting Pitcher Jesse Meaux
(09)

Greg Davis

UC Santa Barbara Relief Pitcher GregDavis
(09)

 

     

Chad Kreuter

USC Head Coach Chad Kreuter
(84)

USC Assistant Coach Tom House
(66)

Ryan Cabral

USC Relief Pitcher Ryan Cabral
(10)

Kevin Roundtree

USC Catcher Kevin Roundtree
(10)

USC Relief Pitcher Brett Williams
(09-10)

UT Permian Basin Catcher Austin Wooldridge
(09-10)

Washington Head Coach Lindsay Meggs
(
82-83)

Western Oregon

 

Joe Pratt
(09)
  Western Oregon   Jacob Pettit
(09)

Wichita State Assistant Coach Jim Thomas
(
81)
       

Yuba Gold Sox
(Summer)
Pitching Coach Clarence Griego
(07)

 

Yuba College Head Coach Tim Gloyd
(78-07-08-09)

Yuba College Pitcher, Infielder Zach Vawter-Scoggins
(09-10)

Yuba College   Bobby Davis
(09)

OTHER SCHOOLS - PREP LEVEL

       

Newport (OR) HS Outfielder Tristan Metcalf
(09)
       
Arizona      

Ironwood Ridge HS Head Coach Jason Hisey
(88)
California      

 

Los Angeles (Loyola) Head Coach Brian Felten
(00-01)

 

Santa Clara (Archbishop Mitty) Pitching Coach Jerry McClain
(67-68)

 

Santa Clarita (Hart) Head Coach Jim Ozella
(91-92)
  Valley Center HS Head Coach Bill Dunckel
(91-92-94)
       

Accidentally deleted all the recent headlines.. whoops!

WEEK 9

  • Tristan Metcalf (09) Four home runs in a single game

  • Kevin Roundtree (10R) USC (c) Goldpanners (R10), 5 hits, 2 2B, 2 R, 2 Rbi in series vs ASU

  • Jason Van Skike (3-1) hung in there with Smith in a pitchers’ duel. He allowed three runs in 62⁄3 innings of work and struck out six. “Van Skike pitched well today. The balls they hit today were ground balls, but they found the holes. I thought he pitched one of his best games of the year, he just doesn’t have the win to show for it,” Heller said.

  • Jake Stewart (10R) paced Stanford with four RBI, including three on a home run during the team's six-run third.

  • Jesse Darrah (3-2) allowed one run in 7 2/3 innings to earn the win vs. Hawai'i

  • Reliever Martin Medina (09-10R) tossed three scoreless innings, striking out six of the eight batters he faced, slamming the door as the Cal State Bakersfield /  Martin Medina had a pair of hits, including his team-leading 10th home run .

WEEK 8

  • "Gauchos pitcher Jesse Meaux (09) got the complete-game win after giving up eight hits, striking out three and walking none."

  • Mike Tauchman (10R ; Palatine, Ill./William Fremd H.S.) 49th State Hardball "We're issuing our first-ever Perfect-a-Mundo award, and this week it goes to Goldpanners recruit Mike Tauchman of Bradley. Tauchman went four-for-four at the plate for the Braves in their  7-0 shutout of Missouri on Friday. He picked up two runs and an RBI on the day, and his hits included a double and his second homer of the year. Tauchman's bat has been heating up as of late, and with his average sitting a few ticks below the .300 mark he might just break into the three-hundreds before the season ends."

  • "Jarod Berggren (09-10R) is on a 13-game hitting streak for Northern Colorado. He's also put together another nice little streak on Tuesday when he drilled a first-pitch two-run bomb in the first inning. That was his third consecutive game in which he had knocked one out of the park. "

  • Zak Edgington (10R) -- Thursday: 7.1 IP 5H 2ER 2BB 11K. No walks until the eighth inning. Gave up both runs and all five hits in the first three innings, then got into a groove and sat down 13 straight. 24 strikeouts in the past two starts.

  • Thomas Hoenshell (09-10R) -- Saturday: 7.1IP 3ER 1BB 9K. Picked up the win. Completed the sweep of Fullerton. The sophomore is now 8-1 with a 2.77 ERA on the year, leading Cypress in Wins (8), IP (68.1), GS (10) K (54)

  • Darian Sandford (10R) -- Tuesday: 2/3 +walk 3R 2RBI 2SB...Saturday: 3/5 1R 2RBI 2SB...Sunday DH: 2/4 Run RBI SB (game 1)...2/3 3R SB (game 2)

  • Austin Wooldridge (09-10R) -- Saturday: 3/4 2R RBI in Game 1 of DH, including HR and double

  • Jesse Sikorski (10R) Four RBIs on three hits, including a home run vs. Franklin and Marshall

WEEK 7

  • Bradley freshman Mike Tauchman also blasted his first collegiate homer, a solo shot to start the seventh. It gave the Braves a 10-9 lead

  • "Mike McCarthy (09-10R) made history by throwing Cal State Bakersfield's first-ever complete game shutout. Over the course of the nine-inning battle he gave up eight hits and three walks but didn't let any of those runners score. "

  • "JT Chargois (10R) continued his trend of toying with opposing batters, letting them on base only to shut them down. In a 1.1 inning performance for Rice on Tuesday he gave up two hits and a walk, but allowed none of them to cross"

  • Eric Lane (09) led the Lower Columbia College Devils' attack with four hits, including two home runs and six RBIs.

WEEK 6

  • "The Waves took control of the game in the fifth with three runs highlighted by a two-run single from Ryan Heroy (07)"

  • "In game two, Darian Sandford (10R) led the Pirates at the plate, driving in two and scoring twice in a 4-for-4 outing,"

  • Chase McDowell (10R) started 11 of first 13 games but now spotty.  Hitting .225 with fair across the chart numbers.

  • Garrett Hughes (10R) has made two starts and in six games for Stanford but has managed only 7.2 innings.

  • Eric Lane (09) slugged a two-out, two-run single for an 11-8 lead in the ninth

  • ISU starting pitcher Jason Van Skike (09) made sure Illinois State's bats stayed cold. He allowed six hits over 6 1/3 innings and struck out six Redbirds

  • There were eight home runs hit in the nightcap. Berry’s Travis Blackburn had a solo shot in the second inning, but the Flames countered with a three-run homer from Edgar Molina (10R) as part of a four-run fourth inning.  Now hitting .350 at Lee with 3 HR and third on team in RBI.  Only 8 strikeouts.

  • Sophomore Martin Medina (09-10R)  Homered in both games for CSUB vs. Washington State

  • No. 19 Stanford 5, USC 4: Zach Jones delivered a bases-loaded, two-out single in the bottom of the ninth as the Cardinal (11-6, 1-1 Pac-10) edged the visiting Trojans (12-11, 1-1 Pac-10). Brandon Garcia (1-2) allowed a two-out single to Jake Stewart (10R), followed by a walk to Colin Walsh to load the bases. Jones then delivered a 1-0 pitch through the right side of the infield.

  • Mike Tauchman was 2-for-4 from the dish with a run scored and two RBI for Bradley vs. Wichita State

AKHardball:

  • "This week's gold star goes to Panners signee Thomas Hoenshell out of Cypress College. Over an even eight frames, Hoenshell  gave up a mere 4 hits and allowed only two runners to cross the plate. That was good enough to pick up the big W for the day."

  • "Southwest Baptist's Nigel Morton was 4-for-7 good -- that's 2/2 (plus a walk) in game 1 and  2/5 in the second matchup. Morton picked up an RBI in the nightcap as well."

  • "Panners recruit JT Chargois (Rice Freshman) has let 11 hitters reach base in 7+ IP, but so far only one of them has come across the plate.."

  • "In D1 ball, another Goldpanner had a good two-game day: Stanford's Jake Stewart. In the first game of Saturday's DH against USC, Stewart was 3-for-4 with a run. In the nightcap, he scraped out a pair of hits on three at-bats, also with a run. Stewart's bat has been a little quiet so far this season, so it's good to see him starting to heat up."

  • "Darian Sandford (10R) is a name that keeps popping up, and for good reason. The Park University outfielder swiped five more bases in Friday's doubleheader against Harris-Stowe in NAIA play. That brings the Park-career-leader's total to 18 swipes in just 12 games. The grounds crew in Fairbanks may need to look into patching the field's turf because we might see a hole or two burned into it before the summer's over.

WEEK 5

  • Mike McCarthy (09-10R) 7.2 IP; 2 walks, 8 strikeouts

  • Kevin Roundtree (10R) 5-for-12 vs. Pacific over the weekend

  • Darian Sandford (10R) has reached an impressive milestone in his career. The lightning-fast outfielder has stolen his way into Park University history, becoming the school's #1 career steals man. I predict that this will be just one small milestone in the course of Sandford's career, but congratulations are definitely in order.

  • Jesse Meaux (09) accomplished a rare feat last week, but was sterling in doing so. After pitching seven scoreless innings and earning the win on Tuesday against LMU, Meaux came in on Sunday and earned his first career save vs. Stanford. His start at LMU was the best of the junior's career as he allowed four hits and a walk while striking out two. The Glendale, Calif. native needed just 80 pitches to get through the seven frames. On Sunday, he pitched 1.2 perfect innings, while inducing an inning-ending double play ball when he entered in the eighth. Meaux is 2-0 with a 2.30 ERA on the year.

  • Tim Culligan (09) scattered three hits and struck out seven through six innings for the win for Lower Columbia.

WEEK 4

  • OBU's Kyle Brule (08-09) went the distance, allowing six runs on 11 hits, striking out 13 and walking two. Up next for OBU is a weekend series at Texas College.

  • After an RBI groundout by freshman outfielder Mike Tauchman (10R) (Palatine, Ill./ William Fremd H.S.), the Braves took two-run lead, 6-4

  • Martin Medina (09-10R) went from glory to frustration to even more glory Friday for Cal State Bakersfield's baseball team

  • Jesse Sikorski (10R) Smashes four extra base hits in 13-5 win - Single short of cycle

  • Sac State's Jesse Darrah (09-10R) pitched a complete game, allowing one run on seven hits, in a 2-1 victory over No. 16 UC Irvine in the first game of a doubleheader

  • Kevin Roundtree went 3-for-3 and threw out two baserunners in Friday's 8-2 loss at Hawai'i

WEEK 3

  • Jason Van Skike (09) came into the game in relief of Blake Drake and tossed 51⁄3 innings, striking out seven batters and allowing just three TSU hits to pick up the victory for the Sycamores.

  • Jake Stewart (10R) tripled and hit a two-run homer in the third to give Stanford (5-3) an early 2-1 lead.

  • Fifth-year senior Ryan Heroy set the varsity record for most times hit by a pitch with 47.

  • Sacramento State (3-5) closed to 4-2 in the fourth on a home run by Justin Lamb (10R), his second of the series, before the Aggies scored five in the fourth.

  • Reliever Ryan Cabral (10R) came in for Triggs, but he allowed a single to Ryan Honeycutt to load the bases. Cabral then walked Chris Juarez to force in the tying run.

  • Sophomore D.J. Crumlich (10R), who had been sharing time at short with Reyes, was hit in the head with a ball at practice Wednesday and is out indefinitely with a concussion, Gillespie said.

  • Darian Sandford (10R) had five RBIs and Michael Onwumere went 4-for-4, adding a pair of doubles, as Park University took two from Texas College .

  • Jonathan Kountis (07) picked up the win giving up one run and six hits in 5 2/3 innings.

  • Sophomore Justin Lamb (10R) hit a two-run homer in the fifth, but the Sacramento State baseball team fell to visiting UC Davis 11-3 on Friday.

WEEK 3

  • Jake Stewart tripled and hit a two-run homer in the third to give Stanford (5-3) an early 2-1 lead.

  • Fifth-year senior Ryan Heroy set the varsity record for most times hit by a pitch with 47.

  • Sacramento State (3-5) closed to 4-2 in the fourth on a home run by Justin Lamb (10R), his second of the series, before the Aggies scored five in the fourth.

  • Reliever Ryan Cabral (10R) came in for Triggs, but he allowed a single to Ryan Honeycutt to load the bases. Cabral then walked Chris Juarez to force in the tying run.

  • Sophomore D.J. Crumlich (10R), who had been sharing time at short with Reyes, was hit in the head with a ball at practice Wednesday and is out indefinitely with a concussion, Gillespie said.

  • Darian Sandford (10R) had five RBIs and Michael Onwumere went 4-for-4, adding a pair of doubles, as Park University took two from Texas College .

  • Jonathan Kountis (07) picked up the win giving up one run and six hits in 5 2/3 innings.

  • Sophomore Justin Lamb (10R) hit a two-run homer in the fifth, but the Sacramento State baseball team fell to visiting UC Davis 11-3 on Friday.

WEEK 2

  • With one out, junior Derrick Chung (09-10R) started the rally with a walk, and sophomore Justin Lamb followed with a double to left center. Chung scored on an errant relay by Gonzaga shortstop Ernesto Ortiz, giving the Hornets a 3-2 lead.

  • Hornet junior Brandon Sandoval (1-1) struggled in his second outing of the season, allowing eight runs, seven of which were earned, on nine hits in 4.0 innings.

  • Jonathan Kountis (07), Embry-Riddle pitcher and transfer from Ohio Dominican, was named the Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week

  •  JT Chargois (10R) replaced Rogers, and UH designated hitter M.P. Cokinos (2-for-4) greeted the freshman with a solo home run, making the score, 6-2

  • Scheduled starters for Thursday will be LHP Garrett Hughes (0-0, 13.50 ERA) for Stanford and LHP Nathan Slater UC Davis (1-0, 0.00 ERA).

  • JT Chargois replaced Rogers, and UH designated hitter MP Cokinos (2-for-4) greeted the freshman with a solo home run, making the score, 6-2.

  • Mykal Stokes slugged his second home run of the season and finished the game 3- for-5 with two runs scored and one RBI for Coast.

  • Bradley's Mike Tauchman (10R) ripped a one-out double to right-center field and scored on a throwing error by Memphis' pitcher to make it a 2-1 game.

  • Brandon Sandoval (10R) struggled in his second outing of the season, allowing eight runs, seven of  which were earned, on nine hits in 4.0 innings.

WEEK 1

  • David Colvin (09) d3baseball.com 2010 preseason All-American

  • Jake Stewart (10R) 49th State Hardball: 2010 Player Profile: Jake Stewart  There has been a lot of things said about 2010 Goldpanners OF Jake Stewart. I'll give you a big one to chew on: "best high school player to ever come out of the State of Colorado".

  • Junior right-hander Jason Van Skike (09) has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Pitcher of the Week.  Van Skike, a junior college transfer from Gig Harbor, Wash., came into the game in the third inning against the Tigers with the Sycamores trailing 3-2. He got the Sycamores out of a jam in the third inning and allowed only two hits over his next 5.1 innings to pick up the victory and also struck out a team-leading seven batters on Saturday night.

  • 2/21/10: Sacramento State starter Brandon Sandoval earned the win against UNLV, allowing three runs on three hits in five innings. // Shortstop Derrick Chung had three hits – including a home run – and three RBIs for the Hornets

  • DJ Crumlich (10) Crumlich a "real solid player" at UC Irvine

  • Austin Wooldridge (09-10) had three runs on three hits with two doubles;

  • Mike Benjamin (85) ASU Assistant Coach (1st year) Following his pro career, Benjamin was a coach for the Chandler National Little League team that advanced to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

 Mykal Stokes (09-10R) 49th State Hardball: 2010 Player Profile: Mykal Stokes

12/21/9: 2010 Listing of Collegiate Goldpanners - Including 2010 Alaska Goldpanners Pre-Season Roster