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May 22, 2007

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THIS WEEK: The Washington baseball team (27-26 overall, 9-12 in the Pac-10), which enters the week fifth in the conference standings, wraps up the 2007 regular season this weekend in a three-game series at Husky Ballpark vs. fourth-place California (28-24, 11-10). The series has postseason implications as, with a sweep, the Huskies would guarantee themselves fourth place. Depending on other series' outcomes, Cal could finish as high as a tie for second-place with a sweep while just one win would ensure the Bears sole possession of fourth place. While the NCAA doesn't necessarily go by standings to determine the field for the NCAA tournament, it's worth noting that no fewer than four Pac-10 teams have made it into the 64-team field each of the last 10 seasons and in only one season has an eligible team been "skipped" in the standings in favor of a lower team (coincidentally, it was fifth- and sixth-place (tied) Cal and UW that were bypassed in favor of sixth-place (tied) Stanford in 2005). Friday's 6:30 p.m. game will not air on radio, but as is the case for all three games, fans can catch a live video broadcast on gohuskies.com. Saturday (2:00 p.m.) and Sunday (1:00 p.m.), games will air live on KKNW AM-1150 and also over the internet. The UW's starting pitching rotation for the series has yet to be determined. Here's a look at this weekend's games:

Fri., May 25: Cal at UW, 6:30 p.m. - internet-only video at gohuskies.com
Sat., May 26: Cal at UW, 2:00 p.m. - RADIO: KKNW AM-1150
Sun., May 27: Cal at UW, 1:00 p.m. - RADIO: KKNW AM-1150

SERIES HISTORY: California leads the all-time series with a 29-22 record in 51 meetings with the Huskies. Last season in Berkeley, the Bears won two of three from the Dawgs, winning the first two before the UW won the third. In the opener, a 9-3 Cal win, Brandon Morrow struck out eight and didn't walk anyone in seven innings for the win. All three UW runs came on a homer from Zach Clem. Cal won game two, 2-1, with a controversial ending. Bradley Boyer was thrown out at the plate trying to score on a Ryan Anderson single in the ninth, ending the game with the Huskies arguing the call. Washington got a 5-0 shutout behind an eight-inning start from Tim Lincecum in the third game. Clem and Matt Hague hit homers for the UW. In 2004 in Seattle, Washington won two of three vs. Cal.

COACH "K": In 2004, Husky baseball coach Ken Knutson became the winningest baseball coach in the history of the program. That accomplishment is just one item on Knutson's impressive resume. In his 14-plus seasons at the helm of his alma mater's baseball team, Knutson has led the Dawgs to two Pac-10 championships, four Pac-10 Northern Division titles and six NCAA Regionals. He recently became the 17th Pac-10 coach to reach 500 wins and his career record now stands at 524-346-2 (.602). Before becoming the head man in 1993, Knutson served as the UW pitching coach for eight seasons. In 1985, his staff led the NCAA with a 2.80 ERA. Knutson holds a 265-117-2 (.693) record in home games. He is 214-160 (.572) in Pac-10 games. He's coached 50 first-team All-Pac-10 selections in 14 seasons, and has been named league coach of the year three times. A 1981 All-Pac-10 pitcher at the UW, he is joined by assistants Joe Ross, Donny Harrel and Tighe Dickinson.

PROBABLE STARTERS: Here's a look at the probable starters at each position, with 2007 stats and notes:

Pos. Player, Year        Avg.-HR-RBI Notes
 C - Joey Dunn, Jr.       .225-3-16  Has started 44 of UW's 53 games at C; 19 runners thrown out
     Brett Wilcox, So.     .375-0-5  JC transfer joined team on Mar. 26; started at DH last Fri.
1B - Curt Rindal, Sr.     .350-9-48  Ranks 5th in UW history in season (20) and career (46) 2Bs
2B - Bradley Boyer, So.   .347-3-28  8 strikeouts in 170 games puts him among national leaders
3B - Matt Hague, Jr.     .349-11-43  Enters weekend with .377 career average, 2nd in UW history
SS - Danny Cox, So.       .266-4-23  Five triples tied for 5th in UW single-season history
     Brian Pearl, Fr.     .276-3-21  Started two of three games at third base at Arizona
OF - Michael Burgher, So. .294-1-17  17-for-17 on SBs; regular leadoff hitter for last month
OF - Ty Rasmussen, Fr.    .298-9-31  33 starts at DH, 12 in LF; batting .330 in home games
OF - Matt Stevens, Jr.    .236-2-13  In last 12 games (all starts): 19-for-49 (.388), 11 runs, 12 RBI
OF - Brett Kaluza, So.     .209-0-6  Started in LF last Tue. vs. Gonzaga; first start since illness
DH - Trevor Petersen, So. .352-2-12  Both homers came May 12 at Stanford; missed 3 weeks with mono
     Joey Lind, Fr.        .297-0-7  Has made 6 starts at designated hitter this season

KNUTSON PASSES #500: Husky head coach Ken Knutson is already the winningest baseball coach in UW history, but he reached another milestone on March 5. Knutson, who enters this week with a career record of 524-346-2, won his 500th career game on March 5 vs. Southern Utah. Entering this season, only 16 Pac-10 coaches had ever reached 500 career victories, a group than includes legends like USC's Rod Dedeaux, Arizona's Jerry Kindall and Jim Brock and Bobby Winkles of Arizona State.

HUSKIES AT SAFECO FIELD: Washington played its first game ever at Safeco Field on May 4, beating then-No. 8 Oregon State, 9-6. A crowd of 10,421 watched the Husky win, marking the largest-ever attendance for a conference game in Pac-10 history. The old record of 9,772 was set in Tucson for an Arizona-Arizona State game in 1980. The attendance was also the second-most ever for a Husky baseball game, just shy of the 10,688 who attended the NCAA Regional final game vs. Mississippi State in Starkville, Miss., in 1997.

INJURY BUG: Washington has suffered a rash of recent injuries, greatly reducing the number of available players. Three regular outfielders are likely out for the remainder of the season: Kyle Conley, Andy Lentz and Jake Rife (who could possibly return). Additionally, Brett Kaluza missed two weeks due to illness (he made his first start since May 15 vs. Gonzaga) and Ty Rasmussen suffered an arm injury during the April 27 game, but managed to return a week later. In the infield, second baseman Bradley Boyer missed six games due to an ankle injury, but returned three weeks ago. SS Brian Pearl missed several games earlier due to a back problem. Behind the plate, catchers Joey Dunn, Max Kwan, Bryce Anderson and Ryan Scott have all missed significant time due to injury while, on the mound, the Huskies missed Brandon McKerney for the first part of the season and recently discovered that Cam Nobles' season is over due to an injury.

NORTHWEST FLAVOR: As is usually the case, the Husky baseball roster is made up primarily of players from the state of Washington. This year, 35 of the 38 players on the current roster are from the state of Washington. The only non-Washingtonians on the team is are sophomore pitchers Bryce Mooney (Lake Oswego, Ore.), Geoff Nichols (Portland, Ore.) and freshman infielder Travis Nishioka (Honolulu, Hawaii). For those unfamiliar with Northwest geography, both Lake Oswego and Portland are within a few miles of the border with Washington. Of the 35 in-state players, 32 are from the western part of the state (west of the Cascades) and 17 are from King County, where the UW is located.

POSITION PLAYER NOTES (in alphabetical order):
#10 Bryce Anderson, Fr. C:
Two-run, pinch-hit single Tue. vs. Gonzaga ... first career homer in 9th inn. of Apr. 27 game at Utah Valley State ... hit safely in lone AB at Port. (Mar. 20) and Gonzaga (Mar. 21) ... saw first action as PH Feb. 27 vs. Portland ... has caught in five games ... captain as an IF at Redmond HS last season.

#2 Bradley Boyer, So. IF: Started 40 at 2B, 1 at 3B ... among national leaders in "toughest to strike out" ... currently only 8 Ks in 170 at bats ... 2-for-4, 2 RBI Sun. at Arizona ... 1-for-1 with 2 runs, 4 RBI May 9 vs. Portland ... 15-for-38 (.395) over his last 10 games ... 3-for-4 May 11 at Stan., 2-for-5 on May 12 ... missed UCR and USC series with ankle inj., though he did have two pinch hits vs. USC ... started all 3 at Utah Valley (4-for-14, 2 doubles, 1 homer, 6 RBI) ... 3-for-6 with 5 RBI Apr. 28 at UVSC ... during spring break trip: 12-for-24 ... 2-run HR in 11th won WSU game Mar. 23 ... 4-for-13 (.308) with 2 2Bs, 2 RBI in Pacific series ... 3-for-5 with 2B, 3B Mar. 5 vs. UC Irvine ... first HR Mar. 6 vs. Southern Utah.

#4 Michael Burgher, Jr. OF: Started 42 of last 46 in CF ... 3-for-5 May 15 vs. Gonzaga ... 4-for-10 in OSU series ... 4-for-12 in USC series, including 3-for-4 with 3 runs, 2 RBI and a double on Apr. 22 ... 17-for-17 in stolen bases this season ... 2-for-3, 3 runs, 3 SBs Apr. 14 vs. UCR ... 4-for-10, 2 doubles in UCLA series ... both doubles came in Apr. 7 win vs. Bruins ... 3-for-4, 3 RBI in win over ASU ... 6-for-12 in WSU series ... 3-for-3 with a BB, SB and a run Mar. 9 vs. Pacific.

#22 Tyler Cheney, So. DH/OF: Saw first action as anything other than a pitcher May 9 vs. Portland (started at DH) ... went 0-for-2, but scored a run ... also got the win in relief that day.

#3 Doug Cherry, Fr. IF: Started 2 games vs. USC at 2B .. 2-for-6 with a run and a steal in USC series ... RBI double in first AB Mar. 3 vs. UC Irvine ... 3 at bats in 5 games during spring break trip ... captained Inglemoor HS last year ... named to his summer team's (Taylor Baseball) all-time team at shortstop.

#28 Danny Cox, So. SS: Has started 25 at SS and 6 at 2B ... over his last 13 games: 20-for-54 (.370) with 16 runs, 16 RBI ... HR May 15 vs. Gonzaga (2-for-5, 3 RBI) ... 6-for-13 in Stanford series ... 2-for-3, 2B, 3B, 3 runs in Huskies' win over Oregon State at Safeco Field ... career day Apr. 28 at UVSC: 3-for-6, 3 runs, 7 RBI, 2 HRs ... started all 3 vs. UCR at 2B ... 2-for-8, 3 runs over last two UCR games ... 2-for-5, 2B, 3B and game-winning run in Mar. 25 win at WSU ... had a 7-game hit streak Feb. 17-Mar. 3 ... solo homer vs. Duke ... drafted by Twins in the 34th round in 2005.

#18 Joey Dunn, Jr. C: Had started every game this season at catcher until Apr. 7 at UCLA ... has started 44 of 53 ... has started 19 of 21 Pac-10 games ... 3-for-3 with 4 RBI May 5 vs. Oregon State ... missed last 2 at UVSC with back injury ... 2-for-3, HR, 3 RBI Apr. 14 vs. UCR ... 4-for-6 in UCLA series ... 3-for-4 over last 2 ASU games ... 2-for-5, 2 RBI in Mar. 24 win over WSU ... solo homer in 6-5 win over Pacific March 10 ... error-free so far in '07 ... 3-for-5 Feb. 27 vs. Portland ... started 29 games behind the plate as a freshman in 2005 and 10 more last season ... UW went 9-1 with Dunn as starter behind the plate last season.

#1 Matt Hague, Jr. 3B: Has started 45 games at 3B, 6 in RF, 1 at DH ... enters weekend with .377 career batting average ... had 19-game hit streak snapped Sat. at Stan. ... 34-for-78 (.446) with 7 doubles, 9 homers, 23 runs, 25 RBI during streak ... 3-for-3 with 3 runs, 2 RBI, 11th homer May 15 vs. Gonzaga ... 10th homer May 8 vs. Portland ... 4-for-12, 3 RBI in Oregon State series ... went off at UVSC last weekend, homering in all 3 games (including 2 HRs on Apr. 28) ... 8-for-15, 4 homers, 8 RBI in UVSC series ... 5-for-11 with 2 2Bs, 1 HR, 2 RBI in USC series ... 3-for-4 with a homer and a double Apr. 21 vs. USC ... 4-for-9 in two games at BYU ... 5-for-13, 2 HR in UCR series ... 3 homers in last 6 games ... 3-run homer in Apr. 7 win at UCLA ... 4-for-14 in WSU series and again in ASU series ... 3-for-10, 3 BBs, 3 SBs in CSUN series ... 4-for-8 in March 10 doubleheader sweep of Pacific ... 2-for-4 with 3-run HR Mar. 5 vs. SUU ... entered junior season with .394 batting average in 350 career at bats, good for the top career BA in school history.

#7 Brett Kaluza, So. OF: Missed last two weeks (UVSC & OSU series) due to illness ... started May 15 vs. Gonzaga in LF ... started all 3 vs. UCR and 1 vs. USC in RF ... started 2 games at UCLA: 2-for-5 ... started Apr. 1 vs. ASU: 0-for-2, BB, run ... 2-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI in start Mar. 18. vs. CSUN ... started 2 vs. Pacific (in LF and CF).

#8 Max Kwan, So. C: Seattle native spent last year playing at Tulane ... first UW start Apr. 10 at BYU (1-for-3, BB) ... first AB Mar. 18 vs. CSUN after missing first five weeks with elbow injury ... caught an inning Mar. 24 vs. WSU ... started 33 games for Green Wave, helping them to NCAA Regional ... drafted by Mariners in 36th round of 2006 draft.

#23 Joey Lind, Fr. 1B: Singled and scored off bench Tue. vs. Gonzaga ... in 3 games at Utah Valley: 3-for-5, 2 RBI ... started Apr. 11 at BYU (1-for-4, RBI) ... first two career starts Mar. 24-25 at WSU: 4-for-6, 2 RBI ... first hit was single Mar. 3 vs. UC Irvine ... along with UW teammate Cam Nobles, led Jackson HS to 27-0 record, 4A state title and No. 2 final national ranking last season ... hit .455 with a school-record 46 RBI in 27 games last season.

#32 Travis Nishioka, Fr. OF/IF: Versatile freshman can play OF or IF ... lone action so far came Mar. 3 vs. UC Irvine (game 2) ... first-team all-ILH as a senior at Iolani School in Honolulu ... also all-state football player.

#9 Brian Pearl, Fr. IF: Has started 28 at SS, 4 at 2B, 3 at 3B ... started 2 of 3 at 3B at Ariz., and also pitched in other game ... 2-for-4, 2 doubles May 20 at Ariz. ... solo homer May 8 vs. Portland (started at 3B) ... 4-for-7 over the last two games vs. UCR ... 3-for-5 in two starts vs. ASU (missed Sun. with back spasms) ... 6-for-13, 4 RBI during 5 games on spring break trip ... solo HR Mar. 5 vs. Southern Utah ... two relief pitching appearances (March 3 & May 19).

#33 Trevor Petersen, So. 1B: Returned from bout of mono Mar. 20 ... 2-for-4 in lone start at Ariz. ... started all 3 at Stanford at DH: 4-for-14 in series ... hit 2 homers (3 RBI) May 12 at Stanford ... 2-for-2 off bench May 9 vs. Portland ... 2-for-2 off bench Apr. 20 vs. USC ... 2-for-3 in start Apr. 10 at BYU ... started twice at UCLA: 3-for-9, 2 RBI ... 1-for-3 as starting DH vs. ECU ... played in 23 games last year, starting 8 ... state 1A co-MVP as a senior in 2005.

#25 Ty Rasmussen, RS-Fr. OF: 33 starts as Husky DH, 12 in LF ... 3-for-5 with 2 HRs May 12 at Stanford ... 4-for-9 with HR, 3 RBI in USC series ... in 5 games during BYU/UCR week: 8-for-13 (.615), 6 runs, 6 RBI, 2 2B, 2 HR, 7 BB ... 3 HRs in last 6 games ... 6-for-9, 5 BB in UCR series ... 3-for-3 with 4 RBI off bench Mar. 24 at WSU ... 3-for-10 in CSUN series ... hit RBI single in 11th to beat Pacific March 10 ... 3-for-6 in that game ... homer vs. UCI came in 1-0 Husky win ... spent last season redshirting at Louisiana-Lafeyette.

#6 Jake Rife, So. OF: Broke bone in hand vs. OSU (May 6) and is currently out ... homered Apr. 5 at UCLA and Apr. 11 vs. BYU ... saw action in 42 games as freshman, starting 30 ... batted over .450 in each of his last 3 seasons at Lakewood High ... 2A state MVP as a senior.

#21 Curt Rindal, Sr. 1B: Team's lone senior in 5th season at the UW ... 6-for-13 last season at Cal ... 12-for-26, 8 runs, 3 doubles over last 6 games ... 3-for-5 Sun. at Arizona ... 20 doubles ranks No. 5 in UW history ... 46 career doubles rank 5th in UW history ... 5-for-14, 2 doubles in Oregon State series ... 5-for-14, HR, 3 RBI in UVSC series ... 3-for-10 in USC series ... great week vs. BYU, UCR (Apr. 10-15): 9-for-23 (.391) with 11 RBI and 6 runs ... drove in winning run in 9th Apr. 15 vs. UCR ... five RBI the day before ... homer Apr. 13 vs. Riverside ... 2nd career triple Apr. 6 at UCLA ... 2-for-5 Sun. at UCLA ... 5-for-9, 5 RBI in last 2 ASU games ... 3-for-5 with 2B, HR, 3 RBI at Portland Mar. 20 ... 4-for-6, 3 RBI Mar. 24 at WSU ... 3-for-13, 2 RBI in CSUN series ... big series vs. Pacific (8-for-14, 2 2Bs, HR, 3 RBI), winning Pac-10 player of the week ... 4-for-5 in 6-5 win over Pacific and 7-for-10 in doubleheader that day ... 3-for-4, 3-run double, solo homer Mar. 6 vs. SUU ... hit two homers at ECU Invitational, going 3-for-10 with four RBI on the weekend ... 2-for-12 as starter in all 3 at Cal Poly ... earned first-team All-Pac-10 last year after batting .350 with 10 homers.

#43 Aaron Russell, Fr. IF: Started last two USC games at 3B ... 3-for-7 over those 2 starts ... also started Apr. 26 at UVSC (1-for-3) ... singled in first AB Mar. 3 (game 2) vs. UC Irvine ... started at 3B Mar. 4 vs. UCI ... first-team all-league SS at Interlake HS last season.

#13 Matt Stevens, Jr. OF: After no ABs since Apr. 3, returned to lineup Apr. 27 and has gone 18-for-49 (.367) since, raising average from .075 (3-for-40) to .236 ... 2-for-4, HR, 4 RBI May 15 vs. Gonzaga ... 5-for-12 in Stanford series ... 3-for-8 with 3 RBI in two games vs. Portland (May 8-9) ... homered May 9 vs. Portland ... started 2 games in Pacific series ... also saw action at 1B ... started 2 of 3 at ECU Invitational, both in RF ... started last 2 at Cal Poly in RF (1-for-9) ... belted 17 home runs last season, second in the Pac-10 (behind teammate Zach Clem's 20) and fourth in UW single-season history ... hit for the cycle at CS Northridge on Feb. 18, 2006, finishing the game 5-for-6 with two homers ... six homers in league play were most in the Pac-10 ... first-team Academic All-Pac-10 last year ... saw freshman season (2005) cut short by broken bone in hand.

#44 Brett Wilcox, So. C: Catcher joined team Mar. 26, first day of spring quarter ... started 2 at Arizona (1 at DH, 1 at C) ... 1-for-4 with 2 RBI in start behind the plate May 15 vs. Gonzaga ... started both Portland games last week ... started last 2 at UVSC, going 2-for-3 Apr. 26 and 4-for-4 Apr. 28 ... started at C in Apr. 7 win at UCLA, going 1-for-5 with RBI double ... also started Apr. 11 at BYU, going 2-for-3 with a run ... caught an inning Sat. vs. ASU ... played last season at Bellevue CC ... MVP of KingCo 4A Conference as senior at Bothell High in 2005.

PITCHER NOTES (weekend rotation yet to be determined):
Harrison Bishop (Jr. RHP) pitched twice at Arizona (2.0 total IP, 2 H, 1 R, 3 K) ... worked 1.2 IP in UW's May 5 win over No. 8 Oregon State ... threw 2.0 IP in relief Apr. 26 at Utah Valley (2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 2 K) ... worked season-long 3.1 IP in relief Apr. 20 vs. USC ... threw 1.2 scoreless IP of relief Apr. 6 at UCLA ... 1.2 IP in UW win April 14 vs. UCR ... threw 1.0 IP Mar. 16 vs. CSUN (1 H, 0 R) ... fanned 2 in 1.0 IP Mar. 20 at Portland ... 2.0 IP of scoreless relief Mar. 24 at WSU ... missed 2005 season due to "Tommy John" surgery ... drafted by the Orioles in the 40th round of the 2004 draft ... Tyler Cheney (Soph. LHP) hasn't allowed a run in last 4 outings (7.1 IP) ... started at DH May 9 vs. Portland ... also picked up win in that game with 1.2 IP of no-hit relief ... pitched in two games vs. Oregon State (combined 4.0 IPO, 3 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 3K) ... pitched 2.0 IP Apr. 26 at UVSC (2 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 K) ... worked 1.2 scoreless IP in UW's 12-6 win over UCR ... took loss Apr. 11 at BYU ... went 3.0 innings for loss in start Apr. 1 vs. ASU ... got no decision at WSU Mar. 25 (4.0 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, 3 K) ... picked up win Mar. 18 vs. CSUN: 6.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 K ... no decision in 6-5, 11-inning win over Pacific (6.0 IP, 9 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 2K) ... started Mar. 4 vs. UC Irvine and took the loss as UW was one-hit (4.1 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 BB 1 K) ... got the save vs. St. John's, throwing 3.0 shutout IP ... threw 2.1 IP in relief Feb. 17 at Cal Poly, allowing 1 run on 3 hits ... started 12 games and appeared in relief 3 times during the 2006 season ... walked only 4 batters over last 31.1 innings last season ... Elliott Cribby (Jr. RHP) beat #8 OSU in first start of season, May 5: 6.0 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 2 K ... no decision May 12 at Stanford (4.1 IP, 9 H, 3 R, 0 BB, 2 K) and May 19 at Arizona (4.0 IP, 9 H, 7 R, 6 ER, 0 BB, 2K) ... threw 5.2 in relief Apr. 27 at Utah Valley (8 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, 3 K) ... pitched 2.0 IP in UW win Apr. 14 vs. UCR (1 H, 0 R) ... notched 2.0 scoreless innings in UW win Mar. 25 at WSU ... threw 2.0 hitless IP in relief Mar. 18 vs. CSUN ... All-Pac-10 honorable mention last year in his first season at UW ... 10 saves in 2006 were second in the Pac-10 and 4th-most in UW history ... Johnny DuRocher (Jr. RHP) has pitched in 4 games in relief ... 1-2-3 9th inning May 9 vs. Portland ... 2.0 IP Mar. 20 at Portland (2 H, 2 R) ... is playing baseball for the first time since his sophomore year of high school ... a QB on the UW football team the last three years ... had successful surgery to remove a brain tumor last Nov. ... originally began his career at Oregon before transferring after a season ... appeared in 7 games as a UW quarterback ... Jason Erickson (Soph. RHP) picked up 3rd straight win May 11 at Stanford (5.2 IP, 9 H, 4 R, 2 BB, 2 K) ... loast May 18 at #14 Arizona (5.0 IP, 7 H, 6 R, 5 ER, 3 BB, 3K) ... beat #8 Oregon State May 4 at Safeco Field (6.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 6 BB, 2 K) ... went 5.0 IP in win at Utah Valley State Apr. 28 (5.0 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 K) ... started Apr. 18 vs. Portland (ND), Apr. 22 vs. USC ... combined with Nick Hagadone on 3-hit shutout vs. USC: 4.2 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 1 K) ... first career save Apr. 13 vs. UCR (3.0 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 0 BB, 3 K) ... threw 3.0 IP Apr. 11 at BYU (3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 2 K) ... worked 6.1 IP of relief Apr. 5 at UCLA, allowing 1 run on 1 hit ... drafted by the Reds in the 45th round in 2005 ... Nick Hagadone (Jr. LHP) has worked out of pen his last 22 outings, combining for 53.0 innings, with 50 hits and 15 ER (2.55 ERA) ... saves May 11 at Stanford, May 15 vs. Gonzaga ... 2.0 perfect IP for 9th save May 8 vs. Portland ... got 8th save May 5 vs. OSU (3 Ks in 1.1 IP) ... seventh save Apr. 28 at Utah Valley State, going final 4.0 IP ... got the win Apr. 22 vs. USC, combining with Jason Erickson on 3-hit shutout ... worked 4.1 no-hit innings in that one ... got the win Apr. 15 vs. UCR (4.2 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 5 K) ... got win Apr. 7 at UCLA with 5.1-inning outing (7 H, 3 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K) ... save No. 6 in 5-4 win over ASU Mar. 30 (1.1 IP, 0 H, 1 BB, 1 K) ... gave up first ER in relief Apr. 1 vs. ASU on a solo homer ... fifth save in 6-5 win at WSU Mar. 25 ... got win with 3.0 of relief at Portland Mar. 20 ... got win with 2.2 perfect innings in UW's 11-inn. win at WSU Mar. 23 ... fourth save in 2-1 win over CSUN (1.0 IP, 2 Ks) ... third save Mar. 9 vs. Pacific ... earned saves Mar. 3 vs. UCI and Mar. 5 vs. SUU .. has made two starts ... worked the final three innings of a no-hitter (combining with Tim Lincecum) March 12, 2006, vs. Santa Clara, retiring all nine batters he faced ... Nick Haughian (So. LHP) has started 13 games, but has appeared in relief last 4 times out ... tied career high with 7 Ks in win May 8 vs. Portland (6.0 IP, 4 H 1 R, 5 BB, 7 K) ... took loss Apr. 27 at Utah Valley (1.0 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 1 K) ... suffered loss Apr. 21 vs. USC (5.0 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 4 BB, 2 K) ... no decision Apr. 15 vs. UCR (4.1 IP, 3 H, 4 R, 5 BB, 6 K) ... suffered loss Apr. 5 at UCLA (1.2 IP, 3 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 0 K) ... took the loss Apr. 10 at BYU: 4.0 IP, 8 H, 7 R, 4 BB, 3 K ... earned the win Mar. 30 vs. No. 16 Arizona State: 7.0 IP, 11 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 4 K ... worked 7.0 shutout innings for win Mar. 16 vs. CSUN: 7.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 4 Ks ... got the win Mar. 9 vs. Pacific (7.0 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 4 BB, 7 K) ... left game with 4-2 lead, but no decision in first career start Feb. 18 at Cal Poly: 6.0 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 Ks ... made the WCCBL all-star team and led the league with 10 saves last summer, pitching for the league champion Wenatchee ... Brandon McKerney (Jr. RHP) got win May 15 vs. Gonzaga (0.2 IP) ... pitched twice at Stanford and Arizona ... had 2 brief scoreless outings vs. OSU ... got win in relief Apr. 14 vs. UCR (1.2 IP, 0 H, 0 R) ... gave up first runs of year Apr. 11 at BYU (4.0 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 2 K) ... missed first 5 weeks with injury, and appeared Mar. 18 vs. CSUN (1.0 IP, 1 H, 1 K) ... appeared twice vs. ASU, combining for 2.2 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 3 Ks ... got the win Mar. 25 at WSU with 1.0 inning ... threw scoreless inning Mar. 21 at Gonzaga and 1.1 in win at WSU Mar. 23 ... pitched in 14 games for UW last season and had good summer at Newport, R.I., posting a 0.31 ERA and .106 opponent batting average ... earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention in 2005 ... Jorden Merry (Soph. RHP) had pitched exclusively as a starter before working 0.2 in relief May 4 at Safeco Field ... got the loss as starter last Sun. at Stanford (3.2 IP, 8 H, 5 R, 0 BB, 1 K) ... took loss as starter May 6 vs. OSU and Apr. 26 at Utah Valley ... suffered loss Apr. 20 vs. USC (5.2 IP, 10 H, 5 R, 2 BB, 5 K) ... earned sixth win Apr. 13 vs. UCR (6.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 5 BB, 4 K) ... had string of five straight wins broken in Mar. 31 loss to ASU ... in ASU loss: 6.1 IP, 10 H, 7 R, 7 ER, 0 BB, 4 K ... picked up 5th straight win Mar. 24 at Washington State ... saw string of consecutive scoreless innings snapped at 22.2 Mar. 17 vs. CSUN, but got win ... worked 2nd straight combined shutout Mar. 10 vs. Pacific (7.1 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 3 K) ... notched victory Mar. 3 (game 1) vs. UC Irvine, the first 1-0 game in Husky Ballpark history ... vs. UCI (7.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 Ks) ... also beat St. John's ... all-league at Lower Columbia CC after leading the league with 0.51 ERA ... Bryce Mooney (So. RHP) threw 2.0 no-hit innings May 18 at Arizona ... started May 15 vs. Gonzaga (3.2 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 4 BB, 1 K) ... started May 9 vs. Portland (4.1 IP, 2 H, 4 R, 4 BB, 3 K) ... worked an inning Apr. 11 at BYU ... got no dec. in start at Portland Mar. 20 .. (4.0 IP, 2 H, 3 R, 4 BB, 0 K) ... got win in a start Mar. 6 vs. SUU (5.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 Ks) ... pitched in 27 games as a freshman in 2006, starting 1 and appearing in relief 25 times ... had a string of 10 straight innings of no-hit relief from March 10-28 last year ... Geoff Nichols (So. RHP) pithced an inning (1 R) May 18 at Arizona ... gave up 1 run in 2.0 IP May 9 vs. Portland ... threw 3.1 innings of 1-hit, no-run relief Apr. 21 vs. USC (1 walk, 3 Ks) ... worked 1.2 IP Apr. 6 at UCLA ... struck out 2 in a 1-2-3 inning Mar. 31 vs. ASU ... took loss in start Mar. 21 at Gonzaga (UW shut out, 12-0) ... got win in 6-5, 11-inn. victory over Pacific Mar. 10 (2.2 IP., 1 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 0 K) ... no decision in start vs. Portland Feb. 27 (3.0 IP) ... appeared in relief 3 times and started once last season ... got the start at Hawaii Pacific, earning a win.

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