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Curt Rindal
Curt Rindal

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mount Vernon, Wash.

High School:
Mount Vernon HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 215

Position:
1B

Experience:
3V

B/T:
R/R

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Personal
Born in Mount Vernon, Wash. ... son of Teresa and Jeff Rindal ... has three brothers - Kevin, Brian and Eric - and a sister, Erin ... has earned his degree in economics and is currently continuing coursework towards possible graduate school.

Washington
2006 (RS-Junior) - Earned first-team All-Pac-10 ... ranked among the Pac-10 leaders in several offensive categories: fourth in doubles (21), fourth in total bases (135), seventh in home runs (10), eighth in slugging (.577), ninth in hits (82) and 10th in batting (.350) ... 21 doubles were fourth-most in UW single-season history, while 82 hits tied for ninth ... only Husky to play in all 61 games, starting 59, all at first base ... had the Huskies' longest hitting streak of the season, a 21-game stretch that ran from March 1 to April 7 ... during the streak, went 32-for-87 (.368) ... didn't cool off too much after streak was broken, going 9-for-14 over next three games ... hit first homer of the year in season's second game at New Mexico State Feb. 12 ... 5-for-10 with six RBI in Gonzaga series, including four-RBI game Feb. 24 ... hit an 0-2 pitch for a two-out, RBI single in the ninth to tie the March 2 game vs. Texas-Arlington ... made all-tournament team at Hawaii tourney, going 8-for-23 (.348) during the trip ... drove in the winning run in the 10th inning March 20 vs. Cal Poly with a bases-loaded, two-out single ... hit two homers in UCLA series, when he was 5-for-12 ... 5-for-10 with two doubles, two homers in final two games of Arizona State series ... 4-for-5 with two RBI April 22 at USC and went 7-for-9 over last two games at USC ... 3-for-4, double, homer vs. Lewis-Clark State ... 5-for-11 in Stanford series ... 2-for-4, homer, three RBI May 16 at Portland ... played summer ball for the Southern California Fire, who finished third at the National Baseball Congress World Series ... hit a game-winning homer vs. Clarinda (Iowa) at the World Series, advancing the Fire into the final six. 2005 (RS-Sophomore) - Started 38 games at designated hitter and one at first base ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week May 2 after big weekend at Washington State ... during the WSU series, went 8-for-15 with three homers, 12 runs batted in ... followed that with 1-for-2 and a two-run HR May 10 at Portland ... homered in his last appearance of the season, a solo shot May 28 at UCLA ... 3-for-5 with homer April 19 at Portland ... 4-for-11 in USC series, starting all three ... hit first career homer Mar. 9 vs. Pacific ... at UC Irvine, went 4-for-11 with three of the UW's six RBI ... made all-tournament team at Texas A&M, going 5-for-15 in five starts ... drove in the Huskies' lone run in the 1-0 win at Texas A&M. 2004 (Sophomore) - Ended up redshirting the season after suffering an injury to his left (non-throwing) elbow during a practice ... played in the season's third game, at San Diego, when he came off the bench to provide an RBI single in his lone at bat ... came back from injury in time to play summer ball for the Bellingham (Wash.) Bells, batting .345 with four homers and 29 runs batted in ... named the Pacific International League Player of the Week at one point during the summer ... 2003 (Freshman) - Saw limited action during his first year as a Husky ... 2-for-9 with a double, a run, and a HBP ... played in a total of eight games, but didn't start ... scored first run March 15 vs. Cal State Northridge and collected both of his two hits in game two of the April 21 doubleheader with Hawaii-Hilo, going 2-for-2 with a double ... played summer ball for Kirkland (Wash.) and batted .350 in league play.

Mount Vernon High School
Earned four varsity letters at Mount Vernon, helping the team to league titles his last three seasons, to district championships as a sophomore and junior and two top-five state finishes ... team was 79-18 over his four years ... batted .397 with four homers and 23 RBI as a junior and .412 with six home runs and 19 batted in as a senior ... all-league each of his last three years ... all-area, all-state and team captain as a senior ... also played one season each of basketball and football ... three-year National Honor Society member and involved in student government ... had a 3.7 grade point average.

CURT RINDAL'S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS:
Year     Avg. G/GS    AB   R   H  2B 3B HR  RBI  Slg%  BB HBP SO   OB% SF SH SB/A
2003    .222   8/0     9   1   2   1  0   0   0  .333   0  1   1  .300  0  0  0/0
2004*  1.000   1/0     1   1   1   0  0   0   1 1.000   0  0   0 1.000  0  0  0/0
2005    .294  48/39  143  26  42   4  0   7  28  .469  11  7  35  .368  2  0  2/3
2006    .350  61/59  234  43  82  21  1  10  48  .577  15 14  39  .417  3  0  3/3
Totals  .328 118/98  387  71 127  26  1  17  77  .532  26 21  75  .398  5  0  5/6
*medical redshirt season

Rindal news and features:
Rindal Named Pac-10 Player Of The Week - Gohuskies.com (May 3, 2005)

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