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March 13, 2007

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THIS WEEK: The Washington baseball team (7-8) enters the final weekend of a 12-game homestand having won six of its first nine home games this season, including the last five in a row. After a 1-6 start, the UW has won six of the last eight. This weekend, the Dawgs play host to Cal State Northridge (11-13), their third straight weekend opponent from the Big West Conference. Friday's series opener gets going at 3:00 p.m. On Saturday, gametime is 2:00 p.m. and the series wraps up Sunday with a 12:00 p.m. game. The Huskies will send sophomore lefty Nick Haughian to the mound to face Matadors righty Joe Rocchio. Saturday, UW right-hander Jorden Merry will get the start vs. Northridge's Jimmy Jolicoeur, a sophmore righty. Sunday, Husky sophomore southpaw Tyler Cheney take the hill to face junior righty Chuckie Fick. After the weekend, the Huskies take a week-long tour of the Northwest during spring break, playing at Portland on March 20 and at Gonzaga on March 21 before opening Pac-10 Conference play with a three-game series at Washington State March 23-25. Here's a look at this weekend's series:

Fri., March 16: CS Northridge at UW, 3:00 p.m. PDT - live video at gohuskies.com
Sat., March 17: CS Northridge at UW, 2:00 p.m. PDT - live audio at gohuskies.com
Sun., March 18: CS Northridge at UW, 12:00 p.m. PDT - live video at gohuskies.com

SERIES HISTORY: Most of Washington's meeting with Cal State Northridge have come over the last several seasons. In fact 14 of the 16 have come since the start of the 1999 season. Washington is 12-4 all-time against the Matadors, including three wins and a loss last season in Northridge. In the opener, Tim Lincecum struck out 15 and broke the UW career strikeouts record in a 7-3 Husky win. The following day, Matt Stevens became the first Husky in 12 seasons to hit for the cycle (he also had two homers) as the Huskies won, 16-6. In game three, Tyler Cheney threw 7.2 shutout innings in a 2-1 Husky win. Finally, in the fourth game, Zach Clem hit a two-run homer in the ninth to put the UW on top, 7-6, but Northridge came back in the bottom of the ninth to win, 8-7. The last time that CS Northridge visited UW, in 2003, the Huskies swept a three-game series, 9-2, 11-0 and 7-0.

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 504-328-2 (.606). 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 252-112-2 (.691) record in home games. He is 205-149 (.579) 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, Tighe Dickinson and undergrad assistant Jeff James.

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.       .176-1-2  Has caught all but 3 innings for the UW this year
1B - Curt Rindal, Sr.    .340-4-12  Lone senior on roster; 8-for-14 vs. Pacific
2B - Bradley Boyer, So.   .347-1-4  Team leader with 8 2Bs; 12 starts at 2B this season
3B - Matt Hague, Jr.      .321-1-9  Moves to 3B from RF; .entered `07 with .394 career average
SS - Brian Pearl, Fr.     .222-1-6  Has made 9 starts at 2B or SS; 4-for-12 vs. Pacific
     Danny Cox, So.       .219-1-5  Regular SS as freshman, started 52 of 61 games in `06
OF - Michael Burgher, So. .263-0-1  Has started 6 of the last 12 games in center
OF - Kyle Conley, So.     .267-0-5  Has started 13 of 15 games this season in LF or RF
OF - Andy Lentz, So.      .356-0-2  Returned from illness to go 4-for-6 Sat. vs. Pacific
OF - Jake Rife, Fr.       .167-0-1  2-for-4 in most recent start: Mar. 10 (game 2) vs. Pacific
OF - Matt Stevens, Jr.    .100-0-2  Started 8 of 15 so far in RF; 17 HRs 2nd in Pac-10 last year
DH - Ty Rasmussen, RS-Fr. .279-3-7  12 starts as DH; 11-for-33, 3 HRs in current homestand

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 the week with a career record of 504-328-2, 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. Knutson took over at his alma mater prior to the 1993 season and is in his 15th year in charge. Only Stanford's Mark Marquess has more seniority or more wins among current Pac-10 coaches.

PROMOTIONS THIS WEEK: All weekend at Husky Ballpark, free "string bags" will be given to fans, courtesy of Bank of America. Additionally, like every week, Friday is "Family Friday," when for $25, you receive four tickets, four hot dogs and four sodas. All Saturdays and Sundays are "Little League Day," when kids can join the Huskies on the field for the National Anthem and run around the bases after the game.

HUSKIES AT SAFECO FIELD: Washington's home game against Oregon State on Friday, May 4, will be played at Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners. The Huskies and Beavers will square off in the first game of a three-game Pac-10 series at 7:30 p.m. that night, and the game will air live on FSN television. Tickets are only $5 for adults and $3 for children and seniors and all UW home game ticket policies will apply (i.e., family plan, group tickets are available and UW students and Olympic Sports Pass holders will be admitted free). Washington last played on a big-league field in 1997, when the Huskies playing a tournament at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. The Huskies also used to host a tournament in the Kingdome, the Mariners' former home, and played an exhibition vs. the Mariners in the Kingdome in 1986.

TOUGH SCHEDULE: Counting those in the "others receiving votes" category, the preseason Sports Weekly/ESPN coaches' poll ranked 55 teams this season. Washington will play at least 24 games against teams that received votes in the preseason ranking. Those 24 games come against eight different teams, including six conference opponents. The Huskies will play a total of 12 games against four teams ranked in the top 25 in the preseason poll - three each against No. 14 Arizona State, No. 15 Oregon State, No. 21 UCLA and No. 25 Stanford. Well-respected baseball web site boydsworld.com ranks the Huskies' schedule as the 22nd-toughest in the nation (among 291 Division I programs), which is in the middle of the Pac-10 Conference (fifth, to be precise). All nine Pac-10 teams' schedules rank in the top 30, according to boydsworld.com.

NORTHWEST FLAVOR: As is usually the case, the Husky baseball roster is made up primarily of players from the state of Washington. This year, 34 of the 37 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 34 in-state players, 31 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:
Saw first action as PH Feb. 27 vs. Portland then first action behind the plate March 3 and March 10 ... captain as an IF at Redmond HS last season ... hit 12 homers and batted .327 in summer ball.

#2 Bradley Boyer, So. IF: Started 12 at 2B, 1 at 3B ... 4-for-9, 3B,HR, 4 RBI last season vs. CS Northridge ... 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 ... started 2 of 3 at ECU Invitational (1 at 2B, 1 at 3B), going 5-for-7 with 4 doubles, 2 runs, 1 RBI ... started 2 of 3 at Cal Poly (1-for-6 for series) ... started 37 games last year at 2B, SS and 3B ... first career hit was a solo HR at CS Northridge last season ... .253 with two homers and 12 RBI as a freshman in 2006.

#4 Michael Burgher, Jr. OF: Started 5 of last 8 in CF ... 3-for-3 with a BB, SB and a run Mar. 9 vs. Pacific ... started in CF vs. ECU (1-for-5) ... played in 26 games last season, starting 12, all in center field ... saw action only as PR at Cal Poly due to infection in arm ... UW went 8-4 in his starts last season.

#3 Doug Cherry, Fr. IF: RBI double in first AB Mar. 3 vs. UC Irvine ... backup at all the infield spots, primarily 2B... captained Inglemoor HS last year ... named to his summer team's (Taylor Baseball) all-time team at shortstop.

#29 Kyle Conley, So. OF: Started all 13 of 15 so far ... 2-for-3 with double in 8-0 win over Pacific ... hit safely in the season's first 7 games ... 2-for-3 with RBI 2B Mar. 6 vs. Southern Utah ... 3-for-10 at ECU Invitational ... 4-for-10 in Cal Poly series, hitting safely in all 3 ... hit .268 with four HRs and 16 RBI in 82 at bats in '06... hit two HR in win over Gonzaga last year ... along with fellow UW freshman Tyler Cheney, led Richland High to the 4A state title last year ... all-state first-teamer as a senior OF and pitcher.

#28 Danny Cox, So. SS: Has started 9 of 15 at SS ... had a 7-game hit streak Feb. 17-Mar. 3 ... solo homer vs. Duke ... 3-for-12 at ECU Invitational ... as a freshman, started 52 of the Huskies' 61 games at SS ... only four errors in 102 chances in Pac-10 play last year, good for .961 fielding mark ... drafted by Twins in the 34th round of the 2005 draft.

#18 Joey Dunn, Jr. C: Has caught all but 3 innings of the season so far ... solo homer in 6-5 win over Paciifc March 10 ... 3-for-3 catching would-be basestealers in Pacific series ... 3-for-5 Feb. 27 vs. Portland ... 3-for-11 at ECU tourney ... 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 ... started 19 of UW's 24 Pac-10 games as a freshman.

#1 Matt Hague, Jr. 3B/OF: Moves to starter at 3B this season after having started mostly in the OF the last two seasons ... 4-for-8 in March 10 doubleheader sweep of Pacific ... 5-for-13, 4 RBI last year vs. CS Northridge ... has hit safely in 11 of 15 ... 2-for-4 with 3-run HR Mar. 5 vs. SUU ... 4-for-12 with 2B, 3B at Cal Poly ... entered junior season with .394 batting average in 350 career at bats, good for the top career BA in school history ... first-team All-Pac-10 last year ... pitched in each of the last two seasons, but unlikely to do so this year ... preseason All-Pac-10 from Baseball America and preseason third-team All-America from Collegiate Baseball.

#7 Brett Kaluza, So. OF: Played in 34 games, starting 24, as a freshman last season ... started 2 games vs. Pacific (in LF and CF) ... 2-for-6 vs. Pacific ... first action Mar. 3 vs. UC Irvine.. started 10 of 24 Pac-10 games last year ... Seattle Times' Eastside Athlete of the Year as a senior at Skyline ... state runner-up in football and baseball as a senior.

#8 Max Kwan, So. C: Seattle native spent last year playing at Tulane ... has yet to play while recovering from injury ... started 33 games for the Green Wave, helping them to NCAA Regional ... all-state as a junior and senior at Seattle Prep ... drafted by Mariners in 36th round of 2006 draft.

#5 Andy Lentz, Jr. OF/IF: Has started 12 of 15 in CF or RF ... illness held him to just one game vs. Pacific, but went 4-for-6 with 2 runs, 2B, RBI, & SB in that one (6-5 extra-innings win) ... RBI triple in ninth was UW's only hit Mar. 4 vs. UC Irvine ... started all 3 at Cal Poly, going 5-for-11 for series ... fought through injuries last year and played in 27 games, starting 15 ... has seen action at every position except SS, C and P ... missed 7 weeks of last season with groin injury ... hit .268 with 7 HRs in 127 at bats last year ... two older brothers (Ryan, Richie) played at UW.

#23 Joey Lind, Fr. 1B: Has played in 4 games ... 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 ... first-team all-state.

#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 last 6 at SS ... 4-for-12 with 4 RBI in Pacific series ... doubled and tripled in 8-0 win over Tigers ... solo homer Mar. 5 vs. Southern Utah ... started 2 games at 2B at ECU ... started at 2B Feb. 18 at Cal Poly, going 1-for-5 with an RBI double in first AB ... has appeared once as reliever.

#33 Trevor Petersen, So. 1B: Has sat out last 2 weeks with illness ... 1-for-3 as starting DH vs. ECU ... started Sun. at Cal Poly ... played in 23 games last year, starting 8 (1 at 1B, 7 at DH) ... hit .289 in 45 at bats ... 3-time team captain at Seattle Christian ... state 1A co-MVP as a senior in 2005, when he hit .609 with 11 HRs, 33 RBI in 17 games.

#25 Ty Rasmussen, RS-Fr. OF: 12 starts as Husky DH ... hit RBI single in 11th to beat Pacific March 10 ... 3-for-6 in that game ... has 3 homers (Feb. 27 vs. Portland, Mar. 3 vs. UCI, Mar. 6 vs. SUU) ... homer vs. UCI came in 1-0 Husky win ... spent last season redshirting at Louisiana-Lafeyette ... batted .475 and slugged 1.100 as a HS senior.

#6 Jake Rife, So. OF: Possible starter at DH or in the outfield, mostly left field ... 2-for-4 in start in 6-5 win over Pacific ... saw action in 42 games as a freshman, starting 30 ... WCCBL all-star during the summer ... batted over .450 in each of his last three seasons at Lakewood High ... 2A state MVP as a senior.

#21 Curt Rindal, Sr. 1B: Team's lone senior returns for his fifth season at the UW ... big series vs. Pacific: 8-for-14, 2 2Bs, HR, 3 RBI) ... 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 ... redshirted his second season (2004) due to an elbow injury in left (non-throwing) arm ... earned first-team All-Pac-10 last year after batting .350 with 10 homers, 21 doubles and 48 RBI ... four in the Pac-10 in doubles, seventh in homers ... only player to play in all 61 games last year ... enters season with a .328 career batting average.

#43 Aaron Russell, Fr. IF: 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 ... led league in RBI and was third in HRs as a senior.

#41 Ryan Scott, Jr. C: Reserve catcher transferred to UW from Tacoma CC ... helped team to third-place finish in NWAACC tourney ... younger brother, Troy, will join UW next season.

#13 Matt Stevens, Jr. OF: Moves from third base, where he started 56 games last year, to right field, where he's started 8 ... 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.

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER NOTES:
FRI. - Nick Haughian, Sophomore LHP:
Appeared strictly in relief as a freshman last season, pitching in a total of 21 games ... got the win Mar. 9 vs. Pacific (7.0 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 4 BB, 7 K) ... suffered loss Mar. 3 (game 2) vs. UC Irvine ... pitched well, but took loss vs. ECU (7.0+ IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 6 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 ... got off to a quick start last season, earning the save in the season's second game at New Mexico State, his first appearance ... also earned a save at CS Northridge and wins over Santa Clara and Saint Martin's ... make the WCCBL all-star team and led the league with 10 saves last summer, pitching for the league champion Wenatchee ... 10-0 with a 0.68 ERA as a senior at Marysville-Pilchuck HS ... struck out 114 in 61.2 innings as a senior.

SAT. - Jorden Merry, Sophomore RHP: Worked 2nd straight combined shutout Mar. 10 vs. Pacific (7.1 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 3 K) ... enters this week with 15.0 straight scoreless innings ... notched second 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) ... picked up first victory Feb. 24 vs. St. John's (6.0 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 6 K) ... solid in first start, but took loss Feb. 17 at Cal Poly: 5.1 IP, 5 H 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3 K ... 2005 graduate of Pasco High, played at Lower Columbia College in Kelso, Wash., last season ... all-league at Lower Columbia after leading the league with a stellar 0.51 ERA... 7-0 with 3 saves, allowing only 26 hits, three earned runs and seven walks while striking out 66 in 53 innings at LCC.

SUN. - Tyler Cheney, Sophomore LHP: 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 innings ... 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 ... worked 7.2 shutout innings for first career win last season at CS Northridge ... all 3 bullpen outings in `06 were solid, long-relief efforts, vs. USC, Stanford and WSU ... over 3 relief appearances, allowed 15 hits and 6 earned runs over 17.2 innings, walking only 2 ... walked only 4 batters over last 31.1 innings last season.

BULLPEN NOTES: Harrison Bishop (Jr. RHP) saw first action Feb. 27 vs. Portland with 1.2 no-hit IP ... worked 3.1 in relief Mar. 4 vs. UC Irvine, allowing only 1 run ... fourth-year junior who played at Bellevue CC and Edmonds CC, both near the UW campus ... missed 2005 season due to "Tommy John" surgery ... drated by the Orioles in the 40th round of the 2004 draft ... struck out 58 in 52.2 innings last year at Bellevue ... Elliott Cribby (Jr. RHP) picked up first save Mar. 6 vs. Southern Utah ... threw 2.1 relief (no dec.) in 6-5 win over Pacific ... retired only batter he faced Feb. 17 at Cal Poly, but took loss the following day ... also pitched Feb. 18 vs. Poly, Feb. 24 vs. ECU ... All-Pac-10 honorable mention last year in his first season at UW ... one of 35 pitchers (and the only one from the Pac-10) on the preseason watch list for the NCBWA Stopper of the Year award ... 10 saves in 2006 were second in the Pac-10 and 4th-most in UW history ... appeared in relief in 24 games and started 5 ... 29 appearances were third-most (tied) in school history ... had a solid summer in the Cape Cod League, going 3-2 with a 1.61 ERA for the Chatham As ... Johnny DuRocher (Jr. RHP) has pitched twice in relief ... 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. ... the state's Gatorade player of the year for football in 2002, originally began his career at Oregon before transferring after a season ... appeared in 7 games as a UW quarterback ... Jason Erickson (So. RHP) worked final 1.2 IP in 8-0 win over Pacific March 10 ... pitched 2.0 solid innings Feb. 18 at Cal Poly, allowing 1 H, 0 BB, 2 K ... took loss vs. Duke (2.2 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 0 K) ... appeared in six games last season ... picked up a win in second career outing at CS Northridge ... Seamount League MVP as a HS senior ... two-time all-league pitcher and also an all-league SS ... drafted by the Reds in the 45th round in 2005 ... Nick Hagadone (Jr. LHP) has worked out of pen his last four outings, combining for 8.0 scoreless innings, with only 4 hits allowed ... third save Mar. 9 vs. Pacific ... earned saves Mar. 3 vs. UCI and Mar. 5 vs. SUU .. has made two starts ... no decision vs. Duke (6.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 4 K) ... took the loss Feb. 16 at Cal Poly: 4.2 IP, 6 H, 8 R, 5 ER, 3 BB, 4 K ... after working in only two games as a freshman in 2005, threw in 28 games last season, starting five ... 28 appearances were fifth-most in UW history ... 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 ... named a national player of the week after the no-hitter ... first career start came March 24, 2006, at California ... had a solid summer season for the Southern California Fire, who finished third at the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita ... went 2-0 with a 1.97 ERA, striking out 34 and walking only two over the summer ... gave up 1 R in 2.0 IP Mar. 3 vs. UCI (game 2) and worked 2.0 scoreless Mar. 6 vs. SUU ... Brandon McKerney (Jr. RHP) will miss first part of season due to injury ... could return as a starter or reliever ... 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 ... led the Huskies with 25 appearances as a freshman in 2005 ... earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention in 2005 ... Brent Miller (Fr. RHP) missed much of fall and winter workouts due to injury, but returned to action just before the start of the season an could return to action soon ... served as closer at Woodinville HS, helping team to state quarterfinals ... Bryce Mooney (So. RHP) got win in a start Mar. 6 vs. SUU (5.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 Ks) ... pitched Feb. 17 vs. Cal Poly ... pitched in 27 games as a freshman in 2006, starting 1 and appearing in relief 25 times ... earned four victories out of the bullpen ... had a string of 10 straight innings of no-hit relief from March 10-28 last year, a span that covered parts of 5 games ... Geoff Nichols (So. RHP) 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) ... worked 3.1 innings of relief opening day vs. Cal Poly, allowing 2 runs on 4 hits ... appeared in relief 3 times and started once last season as a freshman ... got the start at Hawaii Pacific, earning a win with a 5.0-inning outing ... went 2-2 with a 3.00 ERA over 51 innings for the Aloha (Ore.) Knights last summer ... Cam Nobles (Fr. RHP) led Jackson High to a 27-0 record, a state 4A title and the No. 2 national ranking (Baseball America) last year ... drafted by the Mariners in the 19th round of the 2006 draft ... Brian Pearl (Fr. RHP) is a sometime starter at 2B and SS, but also pitches ... lone mound action was Mar. 3 vs. UC Irvine (game 2) ... in that outing: 1.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 0 K ... didn't work out with the UW as a pitcher until midway through the spring practice season.

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