2009 Baseball Media Guide - College of Southern Idaho Athletics

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					Guide Directory ..................................................................................................................................................1
Quick Facts .........................................................................................................................................................2
2009 Team Roster ...............................................................................................................................................3
2009 Outlook ......................................................................................................................................................4
Head Coach Profile .............................................................................................................................................6
Assistant Coach Profiles .....................................................................................................................................7
Player Profiles ...................................................................................................................................................10
2008 Stats and Region 18 Standings.................................................................................................................23
2008 Game Results ...........................................................................................................................................24
2009 Schedule ...................................................................................................................................................25
2008 Leaders .....................................................................................................................................................26
Topping the Charts ............................................................................................................................................27
Year by Year Leaders ........................................................................................................................................28
Continuing Success ...........................................................................................................................................30
CSI Baseball Records .......................................................................................................................................34
NJCAA World Series History ...........................................................................................................................35
President and Athletic Director .........................................................................................................................36
Behind the Scenes .............................................................................................................................................37
Marathon Game Donors....................................................................................................................................38
McDonald’s .......................................................................................................................................................39
Billboard Sponsors ............................................................................................................................................40
CSI Athletic Success .........................................................................................................................................42
CSI Athletic Facilities .......................................................................................................................................44
CSI Baseball Facilities ......................................................................................................................................46
CSI Campus ......................................................................................................................................................48
Twin Falls and the Magic Valley.......................................................................................................................50
Region 18 Opponents........................................................................................................................................52




     About the Cover: The Golden Eagles return 13 players hungry for a Region 18 Championship. They along with head
coach Boomer Walker and assistant Skip Walker will join 12 new players and two new assistant coaches to fight for the
right to host the conference tournament in a very competitive league.
     This publication was produced by Karen Baumert, CSI sports information director. Doug Maughan and Tereasa
Bendele took the photos for the athlete mug shots. Graphic design and layout for the cover and inside cover as well as
pages 42-51 were done by Tereasa Bendele. Action photography throughout the publication was taken by Andy Arenz and
Randy Burbank.

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                                                         2007 Record: 31-28
Location: Twin Falls, Idaho                              Returning Starters: 9 (including 2 from past years)
Founded: 1964                                            Returning Non-Starters: 4
Enrollment: 7,500                                        Newcomers: 12
President: Jerry Beck                                    2008 SWAC Finish: Fourth
Athletic Director: Joel Bate                             2008 Region 18 Tournament Finish: Fourth
Conference: Scenic West Athletic Conference              Region 18 North Division Titles: 12
Region: 18                                               Region 18 Titles: 12
Athletic Affiliation: NJCAA, Division I                  JUCO World Series Appearances: 9
Nickname: Golden Eagles                                  JUCO World Series National Titles: 1
Colors: Gold and Black
Website: www.csi.edu
Home Facility: Skip Walker Field (450 capacity)
Athletics Administrative Assistant: Ginger Nukaya,
                       732-6486
Team Physicians:       Dr. Thad Scholes
                       Dr. Mark McKain                   Head Coach: Boomer Walker (5th Year as head
Orthopedic Surgeon: Dr. William May                      coach; 13th year at CSI)
Athletic Trainer: Richard Bingham, 732-6481              Assistant Coach: Skip Walker (5th year at CSI as an
Physical Therapist: Julie Ellis                                                        assistant)
Team Chiropractor: Dr. David Long                                         Aaron Bond (1st year)
Head VB Coach:         Heidi Cartisser, 732-6485                          Mitch Stachowsky (1st year)
Asst. VB Coach:        Erin Mellinger, 732-6492          Office Phone Number: (208) 732-6491
Head Men’s BB Coach: Steve Gosar, 732-6498                                      (208) 732-6477
Asst. Men’s BB Coach: Russ Beck, 732-6476                Clubhouse Phone Number: (208) 732-6650
Asst. Men’s BB Coach: Josh Dees, 732-6496                Mailing Address:      CSI Baseball
Head Women’s BB Coach: Randy Rogers, 732-6480                                  315 Falls Ave.
Asst. Women’s BB Coach: Merrilee Sears, 732-6490                               P.O. Box 1238
Head Softball Coach: Nick Baumert, 732-6494                                    Twin Falls, ID 83303-1238
Assistant Softball Coach: Debbie Dodds, 732-6495         E-mail Addresses:     bwalker@csi.edu
Head Rodeo Coach: Steve Birnie, 732-6620                                       abond@csi.edu
Assistant Rodeo Coach: Brian Tubbs, 732-6620                                   jwalker@csi.edu
CSI Board of Trustees: Chairman Leroy Craig, Dr.
Allan Frost, Donna Brizee, Dr. Charles Lehrman and
Dr. Thad Scholes




SID: Karen Baumert
Office Phone: (208) 732-6493
E-mail Address: kbaumert@csi.edu
Fax: (208) 734-0245
Website: www.csi.edu


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No.   Name               Pos.    Height   Weight   Class   B/T   Hometown
1     Kasey Jeroue       INF/P     5-9     180      Fr     R/R   Twin Falls, Idaho
2     Ryan Lay             OF      5-9     170      Fr     L/R   Bakersfield, Calif.
3     Tyler Chism          OF     6-1      190      So     R/R   Taylorsville, Utah
4     Cameron Cushing      C       6-0     200      So     R/R   Caldwell, Idaho
5     Remington Pullin   C/INF    5-11     213      Fr     R/R   Twin Falls, Idaho
6     Chris Gokey         C/P     5-10     178      Fr     R/R   Roberts, Idaho
8     Casey Lish            P      6-2     190      Fr     R/R   Pocatello, Idaho
9     Alex Hancock         OF     6-1      185      So     L/R   Pocatello, Idaho
10    Colby Robison         P      6-1     185      Fr     R/R   Rexburg, Idaho
12    Garrett Wolff       INF     5-10     170      So     R/R   Rapid City, S.D.
14    Dale Anderson      INF/P     6-1     205      Fr     R/R   Strathmore, Alberta
16    Preston Olson         P      6-6     180      Fr     R/R   Taylorsville, Utah
17    Nate Carlson         OF     6-4      210      So     R/R   Portland, Ore.
18    Tanner Craswell     INF      6-2     197      Fr     R/R   Charlottetown, PEI
19    Andy Fox            INF      6-2     195      So     R/R   Vancouver, Wash.
20    Tony Hunt           INF      6-4     220      So     R/R   Pocatello, Idaho
21    Victor Spencer       C       6-1     210      So     R/R   Burnaby, B.C.
22    Sam Armstrong         P      6-1     170      So     R/R   N. Vancouver, B.C.
24    Lionel Morrill       OF      6-5     195      Fr     R/R   Edmonton, Alberta
25    Trent Johnson      P/UTL     6-0     195      So     R/R   Idaho Falls, Idaho
26    Tyler Barrett         P      6-3     190      So     R/L   Boise, Idaho
29    Logan Clewes          P      6-2     185      Fr     R/R   Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
30    Trey Mohammed         P      6-4     220      Fr     R/R   Benicia, Calif.
33    Justin Jensen       INF      6-3     215      So     R/R   South Jordan, Utah
34    Tyler Curtis          P      6-4     210      So     R/R   West Jordan, Utah
                                            3
 CSI head coach Boomer Walker thinks this group of players has one thing that was missing last season - team chemistry.
 “Our biggest strength is that this group of guys just like each other,” Walker said. “More than the work ethic that they
have is that there is no division. They are one cohesive unit. There is not a guy on the team that doesn’t want his teammate
to succeed.”
 While team unity is key, Walker knows that you still have to have talent.
 “We have depth everywhere,” he said. “We have guys that play multiple positions, 15 hitters and lots of depth at the
pitcher position. And more than all that, we have players that don’t want to disappoint the team.”
 Because Walker is so excited about this season’s team, he found it difficult to find weaknesses.
 “Maybe that we have only one left-handed pitcher,” Walker said. “One weakness might be the unknown on what it takes
to win the league. They will need to feel their way through to learn what it takes to win in the end.”
 There are 11 players from last season’s team along with Alex Hancock, who played for the Golden Eagles in 2006 and
Trent Johnson, who played for CSI in 2007. Those 13 are joined with 12 freshmen.
 Four key players that return include 2008 second-team all-region selections Tyler Chism, Garrett Wolff and Justin Jensen
and 2007 first-team all-region selection Trent Johnson.
 That does not include the Golden Eagles top hitter last season - Victor Spencer.
 Walker will look to sophomore pitchers Tyler Curtis, Sam Armstrong and Tyler Barrett to lead the Golden Eagles early.
 As with any year, the ability of the team to stay healthy
will dictate the team’s chances to be successful in the end.
 With a lot of new faces in the region, there is no clear
favorite to win the Region 18 Championship. Last year’s
champion College of Southern Nevada returns just nine
players. Salt Lake also has a lot of new faces, returning
seven. Western Nevada has a good mix of newcomers and
returners.
 “It will come down to which team finds a way to play
well in the end,” Walker said.
 The winner of the Region 18 Tournament will host the
district playoff for the berth in the JUCO World Series.




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                                                 2009 Breakdown

Letter Winners Lost ________________________________________________________ 13
Returning Starters _________________________________________________________ 9
   Sam Armstrong ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-3, P, N.Vancouver, B.C.
   Tyler Chism -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-1 OF, Taylorsville, Utah
   Tyler Curtis -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-4 P, West Jordan, Utah
   Andy Fox ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-2 INF, Vancouver, Wash.
   Alex Hancock ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-1 OF, Pocatello, Idaho
   Justin Jensen ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-3 INF, South Jordan, Utah
   Trent Johnson ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6-0 P/UTL, Idaho Falls, Idaho
   Victor Spencer ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-1 C, Burnaby, B.C.
   Garrett Wolff ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-10, INF, Rapid City, S.D.
Returning Non-Starters _____________________________________________________ 4
   Tyler Barrett ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-3, P, Boise Idaho
   Nate Carlson ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-4, OF, Portland, Ore.
   Cameron Cushing ------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-0, C, Caldwell, Idaho
   Tony Hunt ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-4, INF, Pocatello, Idaho
Newcomers ________________________________________________________________ 12
   Dale Anderson ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-1, INF/P, Strathmore, Alberta
   Logan Clewes ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-2, P, Saskatoonm, Saskatchewan
   Tanner Craswell --------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-2, INF, Charlottetown
   Chris Gokey ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-10, C/P, Roberts, Idaho
   Kasey Jeroue ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-9, INF/P, Twin Falls, Idaho
   Ryan Lay ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-9 INF/P, Bakersfield, Calif.
   Casey Lish --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-2, P, Pocatello, Idaho
   Trey Mohammed -------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-4, P, Benicia, Calif.
   Lionel Morrill ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-5, OF, Edmonton, Alberta
   Preston Olson ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6-6, P, Taylorsville, Utah
   Remington Pullin ------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-11, C/INF, Twin Falls, Idaho
   Colby Robison ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-1, P, Rexburg, Idaho

In-State Players ____________________________________________________________ 10
  Tyler Barrett, Boise; Cameron Cushing, Caldwell; Chris Gokey, Roberts; Alex Hancock, Pocatello; Tony
Hunt, Pocatello; Kasey Jeroue, Twin Falls; Trent Johnson, Idaho Falls; Casey Lish, Pocatello; Remington Pullin,
Twin Falls; Colby Robison, Rexburg.
Out-of-State Players ________________________________________________________ 15
  Dale Anderson, Alberta; Sam Armstrong, British Columbia; Nate Carlson, Oregon; Tyler Chism, Utah; Logan
Clewes, Saskatchewan; Tanner Craswell, Prince Edward Island; Tyler Curtis, Utah; Andy Fox, Washington; Justin
Jensen, Utah; Ryan Lay, California; Trey Mohammed, California; Lionel Morrill, Edmonton, Alberta; Preston
Olson, Utah; Victor Spencer, British Columbia; Garrett Wolff, South Dakota.
Freshmen _________________________________________________________________ 12
Dale Anderson, Logan Clewes, Tanner Craswell, Chris Gokey, Kasey Jeroue, Ryan Lay, Casey Lish, Trey
Mohammed, Lionel Morrill, Preston Olson, Remington Pullin and Colby Robison.
Sophomores _______________________________________________________________ 13
 Sam Armstrong, Tyler Barrett, Nate Carlson, Tyler Chism, Tyler Curtis, Cameron Cushing, Andy Fox, Alex
Hancock, Tony Hunt, Justin Jensen, Trent Johnson, Victor Spencer and Garrett Wolff.

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                                                              Boomer Walker
                                                               5th Season

                                                      It was only natural that Boomer Walker would someday wear a
                                                  coach’s cap at Southern Idaho. After assisting the Golden Eagles
                                                  for nine years Boomer took over as head coach four years ago. In
                                                  those four years, Boomer has amassed a 141 wins and just 91 losses.
                                                  In 2006 and 2007, the Golden Eagles battled for the regular season
                                                  championship going into the final weekend of play.
                                                      Boomer was barely walking when his dad, former head coach
                                                  Skip Walker, started coaching at CSI. And Boomer has always
                                                  been a part of the program. He was a 12-year-old bat boy when he
                                                  witnessed the Golden Eagles’ national championship in 1984.
                                                      Boomer starred for Twin Falls High School, leading the Bruins
                                                  to a state championship in 1988. Then, he wore the gold and black
                                                  himself when he played at Southern Idaho from 1989 to 1992,
                                                  winning all-region honors as a shortstop in 1992. After playing
                                                  at Northeast Louisiana University, Boomer worked as a student
                                                  assistant in 1995, gaining valuable coaching experience.
    In 1996, Boomer returned to Southern Idaho to re-unite with his father. The two still work together but Boomer is
the head coach and Skip continues as a hitting instructor.
    Boomer said it doesn’t feel much different to be in the head coach’s shoes instead of assisting.
    “I’ve been around here forever so it doesn’t feel any different,” Walker said. “I still feel pressure to keep this
program on top, but not any more pressure than before. I’m not naive to think I can accomplish what my dad did.”
    As far as changes in the program, Boomer said they are very
subtle.
    “My overall philosophy of CSI Baseball is the same. People
who have been around the program for a long time won’t see a
whole lot of changes,” he said. “I would say the only difference
is that my approach is not as old school.”
    When Boomer isn’t coaching from the dugout, he enjoys
waterskiing and playing softball. Boomer and his wife Maria
are busy with their son. No one was surprised he has a baseball
moniker - Tai Ripken Walker.




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                                                        Aaron Bond
                                                        1st Season

                                           Former Golden Eagle Aaron Bond joins the College of Southern
                                          Idaho baseball program as the pitching coach. Bond played for
                                          CSI from 1995-1997, earning first team all region honors both
                                          seasons. In 1997, Bond posted 146 strikeouts, the most ever by a
                                          CSI pitcher in one season. That same year, he ranked second in
                                          the nation in strikeouts.
                                           After CSI, Bond was drafted by the Texas Rangers and played
                                          four years of minor league ball with them. Shoulder surgery
                                          ended his pitching career with the Rangers. After recovering,
                                          Bond played in 2001 in the Northern League in Pennsylvania.
                                           The past seven years, Bond has worked at the Bakersfield
                                          Baseball Academy coaching pitchers.
                                           “It’s a dream come true to return to CSI,” Bond said. “I’ve
                                          always wanted to come back and I’m excited to finally have the
                                          opportunity.”
Bond, 31, has two daughters Abigail and Emma.


  “ Having Aaron and Mitch join our club gives us a different way to look at things and a renewed
energy. They both have a strong desire to have success at CSI. I have a lot of confidence in what they
                        do and am excited to have them.” - Boomer Walker




                                                  Mitch Stachowsky
                                                     1st Season

                                            Mitch Stachowsky begins his first year at CSI as a student as-
                                           sistant. Stachowsky, who played for the Golden Eagles from 2002
                                           through 2004, comes to CSI from Pocatello, Idaho.
                                           A Highland High School graduate, Stachowsky earned second
                                           team all-conference honors as a sophomore catcher in 2004. He
                                           was drafted in the 50th round of the draft by the Red Sox follow-
                                           ing his two years at CSI.
                                           He played three years of professional baseball, competing in ev-
                                           ery league but AA and the big leagues. The furthest he went was
                                           Triple A in the Red Sox organization.
                                           Last summer, Stachowsky coached the Pocatello Running Rebels
                                           American Legion team.
                                           “I love this area and baseball,” Stachowsky said. “This was a per-
                                           fect fit and an opportunity for me to give back to the school that
                                           gave me so much.”

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                                                        Skip Walker
                                                        36th Season

                                                   Golden Eagle baseball fans know him as Skip. People who
                                                spend a lot of time around him are familiar with the phrases
                                                “jeezo-peezo,” “mentality,” and a few others too colorful to print
                                                here. His players, both former and current, can recite the five
                                                P’s: “proper planning prevents poor procedure.” But it’s the rich
                                                history Jim Walker has brought to the CSI program that defines
                                                who he is.
                                                   Skip Walker is a legend at CSI. Not only was Walker inducted
                                                into the CSI Athletic Hall of Fame, but Frontier Field was
                                                officially named the James F. “Skip” Walker baseball field.
                                                   In his 31 years as head coach at CSI, Walker planted the trees,
                                                built the clubhouse and played a major role in creating one of
                                                the top five JUCO fields in the country. Along the way, he has
                                                cultivated baseball players, winning 12 region titles, competing
                                                in nine JUCO World Series and winning a national championship
in 1984, taking third in 1988, fourth in 1986 and fifth in 1975.
    Retiring from head coaching duties in 2004, Skip continues to be a part of CSI baseball, staying on as a
hitting coach.
    Walker, 64, has been married to his wife Julene for 42 years. They have a daughter, Carly, and a son,
Boomer, who is the Golden Eagles head coach.

  “I’m the luckiest guy in the country. I have an
 offensive assistant that has won more than 1100
games in his career. I’m in a great, great situation.
He can now use his knowledge to help the players
  without worrying about all the other stuff.” -
Boomer Walker on having his dad and former head
        coach Skip Walker as an assistant.




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           Volunteer Assistant Coach
                 Gene Ritchie


“Our program couldn’t survive without Geno. He is the first
one at the field each day and the last one to leave. He is the
      hardest working retired person in the country.”
                       - Coach Walker




Listen to the action live on KTFI 1270 AM with Ken Simmons (left) and Jonathan Drew (right). If you aren’t in the Twin
  Falls area, go to www.csi.edu/athletics and click on listen live to hear all the CSI baseball games on your computer.




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            Kasey Jeroue -5-9 - Infield/Pitcher- Freshman - Twin Falls, Idaho                                             #1
         “I love this kid. Kasey is super competitive and wants to win. He has a chance to be our closer. ” Coach Walker



         Up Close with Kasey                                        Before CSI
Interesting Facts: I drink 12 cups of cof-         Before CSI: A two-sport athlete at Twin
fee each day. I have bowled a 286 game
                                                Falls High School, Kasey led his baseball
and a 735 series.
A one-word description of myself is:
                                                team to three league championships and
attentive.                                      earned a varsity letter in football his senior
Favorite Food: Chinese                          year.
I can’t stand the smell of: onions.                Kasey was key in the Bruins second-
I love the smell of: fruit.                     place finish at state in 2006. In 2007, he
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Oatmeal                earned Region 4-5-6 Player of the Year.
Raisin                                          Kasey was named an all-conference first
Favorite Vegetable: Asparagus                   team selection in 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Apple-
bees
What was the last book you read?:                                    This or That
Think Big
                                                Clean Freak or Total Slob          Stay In or Go Out          Worry Wart or Worry Free
Favorite Pop: Dr. Pepper
                                                     Sweet or Salty                Spender or Saver         Night Light or Completely Dark
Best Amusement Park Ride: Tower of              Laugh Out Loud or Giggle             Tent or Cabin                 Dreamer or Doer
Terror.                                            Fearful or Fearless            Details or Big Picture     Potato Chips or French Fries
Can you change a tire?: Yes

                   Ryan Lay - 5-9 - Outfield - Freshman - Bakersfield, Calif.                                             #2
    “Ryan is probably the fastest kid we’ve ever had at CSI. He brings a game-changing dynamic to our team with his speed.”
                                                          Coach Walker

          Up Close with Ryan
                                                                     Before CSI
When I was little, I wanted to be a:
fireman.                                            Before CSI: Ryan played football and
Now, I want to be: the head of SWAT or           baseball at Stockdale High School. In 2008,
a homicide detective.                            Ryan led his baseball team to a 31-3 record
Interesting Fact?: I hate chocolate              and a league and valley championship. His
I wish someone would invent: a remote            high school team also won a league champi-
for life with pause, fast forward, play, etc.    onship in 2006 as well as a football league
Favorite Fruit: Watermelon                       championship in 2005.
Favorite Pop: Coke                                  He earned first team all league and first
Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving                   team all area for baseball in 2007.
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Olive
Garden
Favorite Cereal: Fruity Pebbles
Do you make your bed every morn-
                                                                            This or That
ing?: Yes.
Most Annoying Bug: Fly                             Fearful or Fearless               Casual or Dress Up               Talk or Listen
                                                     Sweet or Salty                   Morning or Night              Spender or Saver
Favorite Donut: Maple
                                                Laugh Out Loud or Giggle                Mild or Spicy               Stay In or Go Out
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Sugar                   Small Town or Big City             1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty             Tent or Cabin

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               Tyler Chism - 6-1 - Outfield- Sophomore - Taylorsville, Utah                                              #3
  “Tyler is an extremely athletic player. He has a better understanding of what it takes to have success. We expect him to have
                                                   a great year.” Coach Walker

                                                                  Before CSI
        Up Close with Tyler
                                                 At CSI: Tyler was key in The Golden
My hobbies include: fishing, snow-           Eagle’s offensive attack last season. He ranked
boarding and wake boarding.                  12th in batting average, 8th in hits, 7th in runs
I wish someone would invent: sour            and 9th in RBIs in league play.
cream in a squeeze bottle.                       Before CSI: Tyler led the Taylorsville High
Favorite Vegetable: Corn                     School baseball team to a second-place finish
Favorite Food: Steak                         at state his senior season, earning first team
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Cafe          all-state honors as an outfielder and pitcher.
Rio                                          During his senior year, he hit .467 at the plate
I can’t stand the smell of: onions.          helping his team to a 26-4 record. He tied the
What do you like on your burger?:            record at his high school for most triples in a
Everything but onions                        season with nine.
Favorite Fruit: Pineapple                        As a junior, Tyler was named second team
                                             all-state.
Last Book You Read: Mind Gym
Favorite Pop: Coke                                                 This or That
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Texas            Stay In or Go Out                Casual or Dress Up         Night Light or Completely Dark
Roadhouse                                        Sweet or Salty                  Morning or Night                 Spender or Saver
                                            Laugh Out Loud or Giggle          Worry Wart or Worry Free         Small Town or Big City
Favorite Favorite Kind of Cookie:
                                                 Mild or Spicy                  Fearful or Fearless           Tanning Oil or Sunscreen
Snickerdoodle


             Cameron Cushing - 6-0 - Catcher- Sophomore - Caldwell, Idaho                                                #4
  “Cameron is the hardest worker in the history of CSI. He is like a machine. I can’t say enough good about him. He just loves
                                                    to play.” Coach Walker


      Up Close with Cameron                                        Before CSI

What do you like on your burger:                 At CSI: Cameron joined CSI midway
Ketchup, Lettuce, American Cheese,            through his freshman year. He finished the
Mustard and Mayonnaise                        season hitting .295 with 9 RBIs and a .415 on
What was the last book you read?:             base percentage.
Muscle Strength Training                         Before CSI: A three-year starter at Vallivue
What advice would you give a 5-year-          High School, Cameron earned all-conference
old?: Play outside as much as possible.       honors in 2003 (second team) and 2005 (first
Favorite Fruit: Orange                        team) at the catcher position.
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Olive              Outside of school, Cameron played for the
Garden                                        Caldwell Silver Streaks and in the Boise Sum-
Favorite One word description of              mer League.
yourself: Surprise
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Chocolate
Chip                                                                      This or That
For just a day, I would switch places          Clean Freak or Total Slob          Casual or Dress Up              Dreamer or Doer
with?: a Navy Seal.                             Reality Show or Sitcom             Stay In or Go Out                Tent or Cabin
Who should play you in a movie ver-          Social Butterfly or Wallflower          Mild or Spicy               Details or Big Picture
                                                   Spender or Saver             Worry Wart or Worry Free          Morning or Night
sion of your life?: Vin Diesel
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         Remington Pullin - 5-11 - Catcher/Infield- Freshman - Twin Falls, Idaho                                        #5
   “Remington is very competitive and doesn’t mind working. He will fill a role and add depth to the infield and catcher posi-
        tion. He doesn’t shy away from challenges so I expect him to find a way to earn playing time.” Coach Walker

     Up Close with Remington                                      Before CSI
What is a one word description of               Before CSI: Remington lettered four
yourself?: Bizarre                           years in baseball and three in football at
What advice would you give a 5-year-         Twin Falls High School. He led his baseball
old?: Good Luck.                             team to conference championships in 2006,
Favorite Food: Steak
                                             2007 and 2008, and a 2nd-place finish at
Favorite Vegetable: Avocado
                                             state in 2006.
I can’t stand the smell of: clothes that
were left in the washer too long.               He was awarded with all-conference
What is your ultimate sports fantasy?:       selections four years in baseball and three
Win the Tour de France alongside Lance       years in football.
Armstrong.                                      In the summer, Remington played for the
Favorite Donut: Cinnamon Sugar Twist         AA Twin Falls Cowboys American Legion
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Olive          team.
Garden                                                            This or That
What was the last book you read?:
                                            Clean Freak or Total Slob              Stay In or Go Out         Worry Wart or Worry Free
Mind Gym
                                                 Sweet or Salty                    Spender or Saver           Tanning Oil or Sunscreen
Favorite Pop: Mountain Dew                  Laugh Out Loud or Giggle                 Tent or Cabin                Dreamer or Doer
Most Annoying Bug: Gnats                       Fearful or Fearless                   Mild or Spicy         Secret Keeper or Blabbermouth
Can you change a tire?: Yes

             Chris Gokey - 5-10- Catcher/Pitcher- Freshman - Roberts, Idaho                                             #6
      “With experience, we expect Chris to contribute. It will be fun to watch him grow as a college player.” Coach Walker


         Up Close with Chris
                                                                   Before CSI
Favorite Cereal: Frosted Flakes
What do you like on your burger?:                 Before CSI: A four-year letterman at Rigby
Ranch Dressing                                High School, Chris led his team to a league
Favorite Pop: Pepsi                           championship as a junior and senior. All four
I can’t stand the smell of: garbage.          years, Chris played catcher and pitcher.
Favorite Fruit: Apple                             His first two seasons, his team finished
What is one of your hobbies?: Motor-          third in the district.
bikes                                             Outside of high school ball, Chris played
I love the smell of: somebody cooking.        for the Rocky Mountain School of Baseball.
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Texas
Roadhouse
Who should play you in a movie ver-
sion of your life?: Brad Pitt
Do you make your bed every morn-
                                                                            This or That
ing?: No
Favorite Holiday: My Birthday              Social Butterfly or Wallflower           Casual or Dress Up              Talk or Listen
                                                   Sweet or Salty                    Morning or Night              Bully or Bullied
Hidden Talent: Bowling
                                            Laugh Out Loud or Giggle                   Mild or Spicy              Stay In or Go Out
Favorite Food: Steak                         Small Town or Big City                1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty            Tent or Cabin

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                   Casey Lish - 6-2 - Pitcher- Freshman -Pocatello, Idaho                                                 #8
   “Casey is a kid that just needs a little more confidence in himself and he will take off. I see his role coming out of the bull-
                                                        pen.” Coach Walker


        Up Close with Casey                                       Before CSI

What do you like on your burger?:                  Before CSI: Hailing from Pocatello High
Ketchup only                                   School, Casey earned four letters in baseball,
My hobbies include: hunting, fishing           starting his last three years.
and camping.                                       He led his team to a district championship
Favorite Fruit: Lemon                          as a senior in 2008. That year, he was named
Favorite Food: Macaroni and Cheese             Southeast Idaho Player of the Year. Casey also
Who should play you in a movie ver-            was named first team all-area three years.
sion of your life?: Jim Carrey                     His senior season, Casey finished with a
If you could invent a word, what               0.76 ERA and went 5-3 with 10.3 strikeouts
would it be and what would it mean?:           per game.
Coliger. It would be a cougar, lion and            Outside of school, Casey played on the
tiger mixed together like my cat Elvis.        Pocatello Runnin Rebels.
Favorite Season: Hunting
I wish someone would invent: Some-                                This or That
thing to make you smarter without hav-           Stay In or Go Out            Clean Freak or Total Slob    Night Light or Completely Dark
ing to learn how to use it.                        Sweet or Salty                Morning or Night                 Spender or Saver
                                              Laugh Out Loud or Giggle         Reality Show or Sitcom         Small Town or Big City
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Pumpkin
                                                   Mild or Spicy                 Fearful or Fearless        Social Butterfly or Wallflower



                Alex Hancock - 6-1 - Outfield - Sophomore - Pocatello, Idaho                                               #9
     “Alex brings maturity to our club. He is still shaking off the rust, but will help us with his athleticism and leadership.”
                                                          Coach Walker


         Up Close with Alex                                       Before CSI

What is one word to describe your-                  At CSI: Alex played for CSI in 2006 be-
self?: Outgoing                                 fore going on a church mission. He helped the
If you could invent a word, what                Golden Eagles to a 41-19 record, while hitting
would it be and what would it mean?:            .239 with 23 RBIs and 7 doubles.
Finckelflutter. It would mean dang it.            Before CSI: A three-sport athlete, Alex played
For just a day, I would switch places           baseball, football and basketball at Pocatello
with: Oprah                                     High School. He was named all area and all state
What was the last book you read?:               as a junior and senior in baseball and football.
Total Money Makeover                            Alex was named Pocatello High School Athlete
I love the smell of: gas.                       of the Year his senior season of school.
Favorite Fruit: Apple                             During his four years as a varsity baseball
Most Annoying Bug: Bees                         player, Alex hit over .400 at the plate.
Interesting Fact: I lived in England for
two years.                                                               This or That
Favorite CSI Instructor: Bill West              Small Town or Big City       Casual or Dress Up       Go with the Flow or Stick to a Routine
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant:                       Tent or Cabin            Stay In or Go Out                  Bully or Bullied
Wendy’s                                         Reality Show or Sitcom          Mild or Spicy                 Details or Big Picture
                                                     Talk or Listen        Worry Wart or Worry Free             Morning or Night
Favorite Donut: Raspberry Filled
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                 Colby Robison -6-1 - Pitcher- Freshman - Rexburg, Idaho                                             #10
   “Colby has really come on in a very short amount of time. He is very competitive. When it’s all said and done, he could be
                           huge for us. I could see him being one of our best guys.” Coach Walker

        Up Close with Colby                                      Before CSI
What do you like on your burger?:               Before CSI: A three-sport athlete at
Cheese, Mayonnaise and Ketchup
                                             Madison High School, Colby went on a
I wish someone would invent: get taller
pills.
                                             church mission out of high school before
Favorite Food: Lasagna                       deciding to play baseball at CSI.
Favorite Fruit: Strawberries                    As a sophomore he led his high school
I love the smell of: gasoline.               team to second-place finishes at state in
I can’t stand the smell of: beer.            baseball, basketball and football.
Favorite Donut: Maple Bars                      For his play in those sports, he earned
What is a one-word description of            nine letters, was named to the all state first
yourself?: Trustworthy                       team twice and first team all area six times.
Hidden Talent: I speak Spanish.
Favorite Pop: Mountain Dew
Favorite Cereal: Lucky Charms                                     This or That
Can you change a tire?: Yes
                                             Clean Freak or Total Slob        Small Town or Big City        Tanning Oil or Sunscreen
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Chocolate
                                                  Sweet or Salty                Spender or Saver         Night Light or Completely Dark
Chip                                         Laugh Out Loud or Giggle             Tent or Cabin                 Dreamer or Doer
Favorite Vegetable: Celery                        Mild or Spicy                Details or Big Picture     Potato Chips or French Fries



                 Garrett Wolff - 5-10 - Infield- Sophomore - Rapid City, S.D.                                        #12
   “Garrett is a steady player that never gets too up or too down. He has a quiet presence about him. Garrett is very versatile.”
                                                            Coach Walker

        Up Close with Garrett
Favorite Food: Pasta
                                                                  Before CSI
What do you like on your burger?:
Cheese and Ketchup                                 At CSI: One of the top hitters for the
Did you swallow anything by accident           Golden Eagles last year, Garrett ranked first on
as a kid?: Yes, a lego                         the team in hits and 9th in the conference. He
I can’t stand the smell of: sour milk.         hit .302 on the season with 26 RBIs. He was
Favorite Fruit: Strawberries                   named to the Region 18 second team.
Favorite Pop: Mountain Dew                         Before CSI: Garrett played baseball and
I love the smell of: freshly cut grass.        basketball at Stevens High School in Rapid
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Chili’s          City, South Dakota. As a sophomore and
Favorite Cereal: Cinnamon Toast                junior, he helped lead his high school team to
Crunch                                         state championships in baseball. In 2005, his
Do you make your bed every morn-               baseball team also won a regional champion-
ing?: No                                       ship.
Most Annoying Bug: Mosquito
                                                                         This or That
What is a one-word description of
you?: Laid back                                 Fearful or Fearless               Casual or Dress Up             Spender or Saver
                                                  Sweet or Salty                   Morning or Night              Dreamer or Doer
Favorite Donut: Glazed
                                             Laugh Out Loud or Giggle                Mild or Spicy               Stay In or Go Out
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Taco           Small Town or Big City             1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty             Tent or Cabin
Bell
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         Dale Anderson - 6-1- Infield/ Pitcher- Freshman - Strathmore, Alberta                                           #14
   “Dale is a tough athletic kid. If we can get him healthy he could become a phenom. You can’t find a better kid than Dale.”
                                                          Coach Walker


         Up Close with Dale                                       Before CSI

What is a one-word description for                Before CSI: Hailing from Vauxhall High
yourself: Quiet                               School, Dale played volleyball in high school
Who would you be on a set - Director,         and baseball outside of high school.
Star, Supporting Star or Set Design-              In 2004, he was a part of a Bantam Base-
er?: Director.                                ball National Championship team. He also
Favorite Vegetable: Carrot                    had a Canadian Junior National Team Invite in
Favorite Food: Steak                          2007-08.
                                                  On the volleyball court, he helped his team
I can’t stand the smell of: seafood.
                                              to a zone championship and third at provin-
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Out-
                                              cials. In 2004 and 2005 his volleyball teams
back Steakhouse                               won national championships. He was named
Favorite Cereal: Frosted Flakes               the MVP in 2004 and all-tournament team in
What was the last book you read?:             2005.
Deception Point
Favorite Fruit: Apple                                             This or That
Favorite Pop: Root Beer                         Stay In or Go Out              Clean Freak or Total Slob    Night Light or Completely Dark
Did you swallow anything by accident              Sweet or Salty                  Morning or Night                 Spender or Saver
                                             Laugh Out Loud or Giggle          Worry Wart or Worry Free         Small Town or Big City
as a kid? Yes, a screw and a quarter.
                                                  Mild or Spicy                 Reality Show or Sitcom         Tanning Oil or Sunscreen
Most Annoying Bug: Mosquito


                Preston Olson - 6-6 - Pitcher- Freshman - Taylorsville, Utah                                             #16
    “Preston is by far the most self-motivated pitcher on the staff. He has the chance to really develop into an impact player.”
                                                           Coach Walker


       Up Close with Preston                                      Before CSI

What is one word to describe your-                 Before CSI: A two-sport athlete at Taylors-
self?: Lazy                                    ville High School, Preston played baseball and
Favorite Season: Winter                        golf.
Favorite Donut: Powdered                           On the baseball field, Preston led his team
Favorite CSI Instructor: Brook Skid-           to four region championships and a state run-
more                                           ner-up finish. As a junior he was named second
I can’t stand the smell of: chew.              team all region. His senior season, he earned
Favorite Fruit: Peaches                        first team all region honors as well as first team
Favorite Holiday: Halloween                    all state distinction.
What do you like on your burger?:                  In 2007 and 2008, he was a part of legion
Everything but tomatoes                        team that won the state championship.
Favorite Cereal: Captain Crunch
Favorite Food: Mexican Food
What superpower would you love to                                          This or That
have?: Be invisible                            Clean Freak or Total Slob         Tanning Oil or Sunscreen          Dreamer or Doer
My hobbies include: photography.                  Fearful or Fearless              Big Mac or Whopper               Bully or Bullied
Do you make your bed every morn-                Reality Show or Sitcom                Mild or Spicy               Details or Big Picture
                                                   Spender or Saver              Worry Wart or Worry Free          Morning or Night
ing?: No
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                  Nate Carlson -6-4 - Outfield- Sophomore - Portland, Ore.                                           #17
  “Nate is a tireless worker. He is very competitive. No one deserves to have success more than him. He’s just a kid that needs
                                                 to catch a break. ” Coach Walker

         Up Close with Nate                                      Before CSI
Hidden Talent: Dancing                          At CSI: Nate battled an injury last season
I wish someone would invent: cars that       and played in only three games for the Golden
run on water.                                Eagles.
Favorite Food: Sushi                            Before CSI: A three-year letterman in
Favorite Fruit: Apple                        baseball at Central Catholic High School, Nate
I love the smell of: meat.                   earned first team all-league honors his junior
I can’t bear the sound of: yelling.          season in leading his team to a 15-7 record and
Favorite Donut: Maple Bars                   league championship. As a senior, Nate was
Favorite Cereal: Granola                     named second team all-league.
What was the last book you read?:              As a senior, Nate hit .458 with 2 home runs and
Freakanomics                                 27 RBIs.
Favorite Pop: Root Beer                        Outside of high school, Nate played on the
Do you read the ending before you fin-       Ryder Showtime Baseball Club.
ish a book?: Yes                                                  This or That
I can’t stand the smell of: burps.
                                             Clean Freak or Total Slob          Stay In or Go Out          Worry Wart or Worry Free
What is a one-word description of
                                                  Sweet or Salty                Spender or Saver         Night Light or Completely Dark
yourself?: Funny                             Laugh Out Loud or Giggle             Tent or Cabin                   Mild or Spicy
Interesting Fact: I love Irish folk music.      Fearful or Fearless            Details or Big Picture     Potato Chips or French Fries



   Tanner Craswell - 6-2- Infield- Freshman - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island                                    #18
   “Tanner is the glue for our team. He’s a gamer with great mentality. He is wise beyond his years and just loves to play. Tan-
                              ner would go to the end of the earth to play one inning.” Coach Walker

        Up Close with Tanner
                                                                  Before CSI
Favorite Food: Pasta
What do you like on your burger?:                 Before CSI: At Vauxhall High School, Tan-
Lettuce and Pickles                           ner played fast-pitch softball, helping his team
Do you make your bed every morn-              to a league championship in 2007.
ing?: No                                          Outside of school sports, Tanner played
I can’t stand the smell of: seafood.          baseball for Team Canada in 2006-2007. He
Favorite Fruit: Grapes                        was named the top defensive player at the
Favorite Pop: Root Beer                       2006 Canada Cup.
I love the smell of: Christmas Trees              Tanner also played hockey, competing for
Who should play you in a movie ver-           the Charlottetown Abbies.
sion of your life?: Mike Myers
Favorite Cereal: Frosted Flakes
Favorite CSI Instructor: Jim Dawson
Most Annoying Bug: Gnat
                                                                         This or That
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Oatmeal
Raisin                                       Clean Freak or Total Slob            Casual or Dress Up               Talk or Listen
                                                  Sweet or Salty                   Morning or Night              Dreamer or Doer
Favorite Vegetable: Carrot
                                             Laugh Out Loud or Giggle                Mild or Spicy               Stay In or Go Out
Favorite Toy as a Child: Ninja Turtles        Small Town or Big City             1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty             Tent or Cabin

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                  Andy Fox - 6-2 - Infield- Sophomore - Vancouver, Wash.                                                  #19
   “Andy has always had the athleticism and ability to be something special. With his confidence increasing and the maturity
                  that comes with being a sophomore, we expect him to have a great year.” Coach Walker

                                                                Before CSI
        Up Close with Andy
                                                 At CSI: Andy played in 56 games last sea-
What is a one-word description for           son at CSI, hitting .183 with 26 hits, 13 RBIs
yourself: Chill                              and 3 stolen bases.
Favorite Fruit: Watermelon                       Before CSI: Andy competed for Columbia
Favorite Vegetable: Zucchini                 River in football and baseball, earning letters
                                             three years in each.
Favorite Food: Pizza
                                                 As a sophomore, he led his baseball team
When you were little what did you
                                             to a league championship and a second-place
want to be?: Major League Baseball           finish at state.
Player or in the Coast Guard                     An all-state and all-region selection in
Now, what do you want to be?: Stay at        baseball his senior season, Andy also was
Home Dad                                     named all-region as a junior. On the football
My hobbies include: hunting and fish-        field, he earned all-region honors his senior
ing.                                         year as well as offensive player of the year.
If you could invent a word, what
would it be and what would it mean?                             This or That
Loon. It would mean a great friend.            Stay In or Go Out              Clean Freak or Total Slob      Night Light or Completely Dark
I love the smell of: gasoline.                   Sweet or Salty                   Morning or Night                  Spender or Saver
                                            Laugh Out Loud or Giggle         Worry Wart or Worry Free            Small Town or Big City
Most Annoying Bug: Caterpillar
                                                 Mild or Spicy              Social Butterfly or Wallflower      Tanning Oil or Sunscreen
I can’t bear the sound of: crying.


                  Tony Hunt - 6-4 - Infield- Sophomore - Pocatello, Idaho                                                 #20
      “Tony is hard working and very talented. He never complains. He is the type of kid that always does the right thing.”
                                                        Coach Walker


         Up Close with Tony                                      Before CSI

I can’t stand the smell of: rotten food.          At CSI: Tony played 34 games as a fresh-
I wish someone would invent: shoes            man for the Golden Eagles, hitting .230 with
that made you fly.                            14 hits, 4 RBIs and 2 stolen bases.
I love the smell of: rain.                        Before CSI: A two-sport athlete, Tony
Favorite Donut: Krispy Kreme                  played football and baseball at Highland High
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Texas           School. Tony was the starting running back his
Roadhouse                                     junior season and starting tight end his senior
Favorite Fruit: Strawberry                    season for his high school team that won a dis-
What do you like on your burger:              trict championship and placed second at state.
Cheese, Mustard and Ketchup                       In baseball, Tony earned second team all-
Favorite Cereal: Frosted Flakes               region honors as a junior and first team all-re-
Favorite Kind of Cookie: White Maca-          gion honors as a senior.
damia
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Sub-                                    This or That
way                                           Clean Freak or Total Slob          Casual or Dress Up                   Tent or Cabin
Favorite Vegetable: Corn                   Night Light or Completely Dark         Stay In or Go Out                  Bully or Bullied
Favorite Food: Steak                           Reality Show or Sitcom               Mild or Spicy                  Details or Big Picture
                                                  Spender or Saver             Worry Wart or Worry Free             Morning or Night

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                 Victor Spencer -6-1 - Catcher-Sophomore - Burnaby, B.C.                                             #21
   “Vic is a kid that is finally realizing that you need more than just talent to have success. He is motivated and more respon-
                             sible and mature. He’s one of the best catchers we’ve had. ” Coach Walker

        Up Close with Victor                                     Before CSI
What do you like on your burger?:
Cheese, Lettuce, ketchup, Mayo and               At CSI:Victor led the Golden Eagles as a
Mustard                                      freshman in hitting, finishing with a .326 aver-
I can’t stand the smell of: farms.           age. He started in 43 games.
Favorite Food: Hot Wings                         Before CSI: Victor played basketball, foot-
Favorite Fruit: Peaches                      ball and baseball at Burnaby Central in British
What is a one-word description of            Columbia.
yourself?: Soulful                               As a senior, he earned rookie of the year
I can’t bear the sound of: silence.          honors in football. On the basketball court, he
If you could invent a word, what would       helped his team to a league championship.
                                                 His success continued to the baseball dia-
it be and what would it mean?: Scag-         mond where he earned first team all-star honors
nus. It would be a way of expressing         at catcher. He also finished the season as the top
frustration.                                 hitter on his team. Victor led the league in on
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Steam-         base percentage.
works                                                             This or That
What was the last book you read?:
                                             Clean Freak or Total Slob          Stay In or Go Out          Worry Wart or Worry Free
Cross by James Patterson
                                                  Sweet or Salty                Spender or Saver         Night Light or Completely Dark
Favorite Pop: Orange Crush                   Laugh Out Loud or Giggle             Tent or Cabin              1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty
For just a day, I would switch places         Reality Show or Sitcom           Details or Big Picture     Potato Chips or French Fries
with: Bill Gates

             Sam Armstrong - 6-3 - Pitcher- Sophomore - N. Vancouver, B.C.                                           #22
    “Sam is very motivated. After struggling as a freshman, he is much improved. He is going to be our opening day starter.
                                        Now it’s just up to him to do it.” Coach Walker

         Up Close with Sam
                                                                  Before CSI
Who would you be on a set - director,
star, supporting star or set designer?:            At CSI: One of the main pitchers last sea-
Stuntman Extraordinaire                        son for the Golden Eagles, Sam posted a 2-7
I love the smell of: evergreens.               record with a 6.04 ERA and 31 strikeouts.
Favorite Food: Buffalo Wings                       Before CSI: A pitcher, Sam graduated from
What was the last book you read?:              Carson Graham Secondary School in British
Juiced                                         Columbia.
Favorite Fruit: Watermelon                         His play on his provincial team earned him
Favorite Pop: Diet Pepsi                       all conference honors in 2006 and 2007 and
When I was little, I wanted to be: a           well as a league MVP award in 2007.
veterinarian.                                      Playing with Team BC, he helped his team
Now, I want to be a: police officer.           win a silver medal at the Canada Cup.
Favorite Cereal: Captain Crunch
Do you make your bed every morn-
                                                                         This or That
ing?: Every Sunday
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Pita Pit         Fearful or Fearless               Casual or Dress Up               Tent or Cabin
                                                  Sweet or Salty                   Morning or Night              Dreamer or Doer
I wish someone would invent a: tele-
                                             Laugh Out Loud or Giggle                Mild or Spicy               Stay In or Go Out
porting device.                               Small Town or Big City             1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty           Spender or Saver

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               Lionel Morrill - 6-5- Outfield- Freshman - Edmonton, Alberta                                            #24
  “Lionel is a tremendous athlete. At the college level, he can do it all. He just needs experience and maturity. Once he learns
                                    how to deal with failure, he can go far.” Coach Walker


        Up Close with Lionel                                      Before CSI

My hobbies include: music, art and                Before CSI: Lionel graduated from Vaux-
poetry.                                        hall High School. He was a member of Team
What advice would you give a 5-year            Canada in 2007 and the Team Canada World
old?: Get into trouble now because you         Juniors in 2008.
can get away with it.                             Lionel was drafted in the 24th round to the
Did you swallow anything by accident           Minnesota Twins in the 2008 draft.
as a kid?: yes, a marble.                         He attended Vauxhall Academy in 2007-08.
Favorite Food: Pasta
I can’t bear the sound of: my alarm
clock.
Favorite Pop: Dr. Pepper
Who should play you in a movie ver-
sion of your life?: Will Smith
I wish someone would invent: a never                              This or That
ever get sick pill.                              Stay In or Go Out            Clean Freak or Total Slob   Night Light or Completely Dark
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Fat                 Sweet or Salty                Morning or Night                Spender or Saver
                                              Laugh Out Loud or Giggle        Worry Wart or Worry Free       Small Town or Big City
Burger
                                                   Mild or Spicy                 Fearful or Fearless             Baths or Showers
Favorite Cereal: Life


          Trent Johnson - 6-0 - Pitcher/ Utility- Sophomore - Idaho Falls, Idaho                                       #25
    “Trent is a big-game player that thrives against better competition. He’s going to hit and pitch. He just gives us that third-
                                                   year maturity.” Coach Walker

                                                                   Before CSI
         Up Close with Trent
                                                   Before CSI: Trent was key for the Golden
                                               Eagles in 2007, earning first team all Region
What is one word to describe your-             18 honors. He led CSI with a 1.30 ERA. He
self?: Eccentric                               finished the season with a 3-0 record and 8
I wish someone would invent: heated            saves. An injury forced him to sit out the 2008
baseball fields in Twin Falls.                 season.
Hidden Talent: Juggling                          Before CSI: Trent lettered in basketball and
Favorite Food: Louisiana Chicken               baseball at Idaho Falls High School. A first team
                                               all-conference player, Trent also earned second
I can’t bear the sound of: a fork on a
                                               team all-area as a sophomore and junior and first
plate.                                         team all-area as a senior. In 2006, Trent earned
Favorite Fruit: Peach                          conference player of the year honors and all-state
Favorite Pop: Diet Pepsi                       honors. He helped lead IFHS to a state appear-
Favorite Cereal: Special K with red            ance in baseball in 2005.
berries                                          In basketball, Trent was named all-conference
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: The              and all-area his senior season.
Cheesecake Factory                                                       This or That
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant:                  Clean Freak or Total Slob           Casual or Dress Up           Dreamer or Doer
Wendy’s                                      Night Light or Completely Dark          Stay In or Go Out             Talk or Listen
What do you like on your burger?:                Reality Show or Sitcom                Mild or Spicy            Details or Big Picture
                                                    Spender or Saver          Secret Keeper or Blabbermouth      Morning or Night
Cheddar cheese, ketchup and lettuce
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                   Tyler Barrett -6-3 - Pitcher- Sophomore -Boise, Idaho                                                   #26
  “Tyler is as talented as anyone in the league. He is a left-hander that is learning to be a leader. He wants to win so bad. He is
                                        the most unselfish kid on the team. ” Coach Walker

         Up Close with Tyler                                      Before CSI
Favorite Food: Tacos
I wish someone would invent: a legit              At CSI: Tyler pitched in 15 games for the
time machine.                                 Golden Eagles as a freshman. He posted a 5.75
Who should play you in a movie ver-           ERA with a 2-1 record and 24 strikeouts.
sion of your life?: Adam Sandler                  Before CSI: A two-sport athlete, Tyler
Favorite Fruit: Orange                        played football and baseball at Capital High
I love the smell of: cut grass.               School. As a senior, he helped his football team
I can’t bear the sound of: styrofoam.         to a league championship.
Favorite Donut: Maple Bars                        In baseball, Tyler earned first team all-state
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: PF              pitcher honors as well as All-SIC academic hon-
Changs                                        ors. He holds school records for most strikeouts
Most Annoying Bug: Fly                        (88) and most innings pitched (98).
Favorite Pop: Dr. Pepper
Did you swallow anything by accident
as a kid?: Yes, a penny.                                           This or That
Can you change a tire?: Yes
                                              Clean Freak or Total Slob          Stay In or Go Out               Worry Wart or Worry Free
Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving
                                                   Sweet or Salty                Spender or Saver              Night Light or Completely Dark
I can’t stand the smell of: rotten milk.      Laugh Out Loud or Giggle             Tent or Cabin                      Dreamer or Doer
Favorite Vegetable: Fresh Green Beans            Fearful or Fearless            Details or Big Picture                  Mild or Spicy



          Logan Clewes - 6-2 - Pitcher- Freshman - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan                                                 #29
           “Logan is a great kid and a team player. He is improving every day. He always works hard.” Coach Walker


         Up Close with Logan
                                                                   Before CSI
Favorite Food: Steak
What do you like on your burger?: Just            Before CSI: Logan attended Marion M.
Ketchup and Cheese                             Graham High School where he played football.
I love the smell of: mom’s cooking.               Logan was the quarterback for his high
I can’t stand the smell of: sardines.          school team. In 2005, he was named MVP of
Favorite Fruit: Strawberry                     the team.
Favorite Pop: Cherry Coke                         Outside of school, Logan played for the
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Shortbread            Saskatoon Yellow Jackets baseball team.
Favorite CSI Instructor: Mark Wasden
Favorite Vegetable: Broccoli
Do you make your bed every morn-
ing?: No
Most Annoying Bug: Mosquito
Favorite Donut: Canadian Maple
                                                                          This or That
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Boston
Pizza                                            Fearful or Fearless               Casual or Dress Up                    Talk or Listen
                                                   Sweet or Salty                   Morning or Night                   Spender or Saver
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Sonic
                                              Laugh Out Loud or Giggle                Mild or Spicy                    Stay In or Go Out
Last Book you Read: Mind Gym                   Small Town or Big City         Social Butterfly or Wallflower             Tent or Cabin

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                Trey Mohammed - 6-4 - Pitcher- Freshman - Benicia, Calif.                                              #30
  “Trey is the most enthusiastic pitcher we’ve ever had. He pitches like he’s on the front lines of World War II. He just loves to
                                                      pitch.” Coach Walker


         Up Close with Trey                                       Before CSI

What is a one-word description for                Before CSI: Trey lettered all four years in
yourself: Crazy                                baseball at Benicia High School. As a senior,
What superpower would you love to              he helped his team to a league championship
have?: Be able to read people’s minds.         and a second-place finish at sectionals.
I wish someone would invent: some-                All four years, he played at the pitcher
thing to do my homework.                       position except his freshman year when he also
I love the smell of: a brand new base-         spent some time at first base.
ball.
How many hours do you spend on
your cell phone each day?: 4
For just a day, who would you switch
places with?: Somebody on the other
side of the world.
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: In-n-                              This or That
Out Burger                                      Stay In or Go Out                  Tent or Cabin          Night Light or Completely Dark
Favorite Pop: Sprite                              Sweet or Salty                  Morning or Night               Spender or Saver
                                             Laugh Out Loud or Giggle            Casual or Dress Up          Small Town or Big City
What was the last book you read?:
                                                  Mild or Spicy                  Fearful or Fearless          1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty
Look Me in the Eye


               Justin Jensen - 6-3- Infield-Sophomore- South Jordan, Utah                                              #33
   “Justin was one of the best players on the team last year. He brings back a lot of experience and will hit in the middle of our
                                                      lineup.” Coach Walker

                                                                   Before CSI
         Up Close with Justin                      At CSI: Justin started all 59 games last
                                               season for the Golden Eagles, hitting .267 with
My hobbies include: fishing, camping           51 hits, 28 RBIs and 7 stolen bases.
and ping pong.                                     Before CSI: A third baseman at Taylors-
Favorite CSI Instructor: Jim Woods             ville High School, Justin led his team to a
Who should play you in a movie ver-            region championship and a second-place finish
sion of your life?: Patrick Swayze             at state his senior season. His team finished the
I can’t stand the smell of: rotten ba-         season with a 26-4 record.
nanas.                                             He was named first team all-region and first
I love the smell of: cookies.                  team all-state in 2007. Justin holds the home
Favorite Fruit: Pineapple                      run record at his high school.
Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Jakers
Favorite Pop: Coke
For just a day, I would switch places
with: Dan Patrick.
Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant:                                           This or That
Wendy’s                                         Clean Freak or Total Slob        Casual or Dress Up              Dreamer or Doer
Favorite Food: Pizza                         Night Light or Completely Dark       Stay In or Go Out                Tent or Cabin
Favorite Cereal: Life                            Reality Show or Sitcom             Mild or Spicy               Details or Big Picture
                                                    Spender or Saver           Worry Wart or Worry Free          Morning or Night
Favorite Season: Summer
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               Tyler Curtis - 6-4 - Pitcher- Sophomore - West Jordan, Utah                                           #34
      “Tyler is the ace of the staff. He is big and strong. He is a special talent and has really developed both in maturity and
                                                      experience. ” Coach Walker

        Up Close with Tyler                                       Before CSI
What do you like on your burger?:
Ketchup and Pickles                              At CSI: Tyler pitched in 15 games for
What was your favorite toy as a child?:       the Golden Eagles as a freshman, earning
Power Rangers                                 a 3-3 record with a 3.69 ERA. In just 46.1
I love the smell of: rain.                    innings, he posted 42 strikeouts.
Favorite Fruit: Pineapple                        Before CSI: A three-year letterman in base-
I can’t stand the smell of: onions.           ball at Taylorsville High School, Tyler led his
My hobbies include: hunting and fish-         team to three region championships.
ing.                                             His senior year, Tyler was key in THS taking
Favorite Donut: Maple Bars                    second in the state. That year he earned team
Favorite Kind of Cookie: Sugar                MVP honors as well as second team all state
What was the last book you read?:             honors. Tyler was named to the all-tournament
Mental Toughness: Baseball’s Winning          team for going 2-0 with 2 saves.
Edge
Favorite Pop: Mountain Dew                                         This or That
Favorite Vegetable: Corn
                                              Clean Freak or Total Slob           Stay In or Go Out       Worry Wart or Worry Free
Can you change a tire?: Yes
                                                   Sweet or Salty                 Spender or Saver      Night Light or Completely Dark
I can’t bear the sound of: nails on a         Laugh Out Loud or Giggle              Tent or Cabin        Social Butterfly or Wallflower
chalkboard.                                      Fearful or Fearless                Mild or Spicy        Potato Chips or French Fries




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   CSI Overall 2008 Record: 31-28                                                                 Region 18 2008 Record: 21-19


Player            Games AB    R       H RBI 1B    2B 3B HR         TB SO BB HP SAC OB%                    E    SB /SBA   AVG.   SLG%
Victor Spencer     47 138     14      45 18 41     2  0  0         49  8 14  1  4  .392                    2     4/5     .326    .355
Tyler Chism        58 187     39      57 32 40    10 4   3         84 38 19  9  4  .392                    5   20/20     .305    .449
Garrett Wolff      54 172     31      52 26 38     9  3  2         73 34 18  5  2  .385                   13    7/10     .302    .422
Jed Hanson         56 180     27      49 38 35    14 0   0         63 28 12  4  4  .327                    3    5/12     .272    .350
Justin Jensen      59 191     38      51 28 36    11 2   2         72 35 23  2  2  .349                    9     7/8     .267    .377
Travis Reynolds    56 156     16      39 43 36     2  1  0         43 33 13  3  6  .314                    9     2/3     .250    .276
Andrew Reyes       45 111     19      27 10 20     6  1  0         35 23 14  2  2  .339                    7     3/9     .243    .315
Matt Deacon        50 154     28      33 10 24     8  0  1         44 22 20  5  7  .324                    4   19/24     .214    .286
Andy Fox           56 142     15      26 13 19     5  1  1         36 30 15  1  5  .263                   25     3/5     .183    .254
Cameron Cushing    30   44    11      13 9 10      2  0  1         18 11  3  6  2  .415                   1      2/2     .295    .409
Tony Hunt          34   61     9      14 4 10      3  1  0         19  6  4  5  0  .329                    1     2/2     .230    .311
Nate Robertson     39   86    13      18 14 12     5  1  0         25 17 10  2  0  .306                    1     6/7     .209    .291
Nate Carlson        3    5     0       1  0 0      0  0  0          1  4  2  0  0  .429                    0     0/0     .200    .200
Zach Vlietstra     35   75     4      13 6 12      0  1  0         15 22  7  2  5  .259                    2     4/9     .173    .200

Totals             59   1702 265 438 227 334      79   15     10   577 329 174   47     43        .340    87 84/116 .257         .339
Opponents          59   1695 263 442 229 327      84   22      9   597 363 180   53     43        .348    111 80/108 .261        .352




Pitching
Player                  APP    IP       H        R      ER         BB    SO      ERA         W           L     Saves
Jake Draeger             21   48.2      53       31     12         15     43     2.22        3           3       4
Justin Smith             15   84.2      55       30     21         27    100     2.23        6           5       0
Jason Oatman             15   75.2      74       40     29         26     63     3.45        7           4       0
Zach Vlietstra            9   14.2      18       12      6          5      9     3.68        1           0       0
Tyler Curtis             15   46.1      45       23     19         24     42     3.69        3           3       0
Taylor Mangun            20   26.2      31       20     17         16     24     5.74        2           1       1
Tyler Barrett            15   61.0      49       30     21         30     50     3.10        6           2       0
Sam Armstrong            16   53.2      66       40     36         24     31     6.04        2           7       0
Zane Gray                10   18.1      27       17     14          4     12     6.87        1           0       0
Brandon Henn              9   10.0       9       11     11          9      4     9.90        0           0       1
Tyler Gilder              7    8.1       3        3      3         11      3     3.24        0           0       0

Totals                  59    439.1     442   263       199        180   363     4.08        31          28         6
Opponents               59    439.1     438   265       193        174   329     3.95        28          31         7




                                                              SWAC                                                       Overall
                                                               2008                                                       2008

SWAC Teams                                        Wins         Losses       Pct.                          Wins            Losses         Pct.
CC of Southern Nevada                              30           10         0.750                           44              16           0.733
Western Nevada College                             29           11         0.725                           38              20           0.655
Salt Lake CC                                       27           13         0.675                           39              20           0.664
College of Southern Idaho                          21           19         0.525                           31              28           0.525
College of Eastern Utah                             7           33         0.175                           11              46           0.193
Colorado Northwestern CC                            6           34         0.150                           10              41           0.196

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Date                   Opponent                     Result   Score   Site
Jan, 31, 2008          Yavapai College                L       4-2    Henderson, Nev.
Feb. 1, 2008           Fullerton CC                   L       11-2   Henderson, Nev.
Feb. 1, 2008           Chipola CC                     L        6-1   Henderson, Nev.
Feb. 2, 2008           Arizona Western                L        7-2   Henderson, Nev.
Feb. 7, 2008           Phoenix College               W         4-1   Phoenix, Ariz.
Feb. 8, 2008           Yavapai College               W         3-1   Prescott, Ariz.
Feb. 8, 2008           Yavapai College                L        9-0   Prescott, Ariz.
Feb. 9, 2008           Yavapai College               W       10-5    Prescott, Ariz.
Feb. 10, 2008          Scottsdale CC                 W         7-5   Scottsdale, Ariz.
Feb. 16, 2008          Prairie Baseball              W         3-2   Twin Falls, Idaho
Feb. 17, 2008          Prairie Baseball               L      18-12   Twin Falls, Idaho
Feb. 18, 2008          Prairie Baseball              W         7-5   Twin Falls, Idaho
Feb. 18, 2008          Prairie Baseball              W         8-1   Twin Falls, Idaho
Feb. 29, 2008          Salt Lake CC                   L        3-0   Salt Lake City, Utah
Feb. 29, 2008          Salt Lake CC                   L        3-2   Salt Lake City, Utah
Mar. 1, 2008           Salt Lake CC                   L        7-3   Salt Lake City, Utah
Mar. 1, 2008           Salt Lake CC                   L       10-5   Salt Lake City, Utah
Mar. 7, 2008           Western Nevada College        W         3-2   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 7, 2008           Western Nevada College        W         9-4   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 8, 2008           Western Nevada College         L       10-6   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 8, 2008           Western Nevada College        W         4-3   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 11, 2008          Treasure Valley CC             L        5-2   Ontario, Ore.
Mar. 14, 2008          Colorado NW                    L        1-0   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 14, 2008          Colorado NW                   W        11-1   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 15, 2008          Colorado NW                   W         7-1   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 15, 2008          Colorado NW                   W         6-2   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 17, 2008          Dawson CC                     W         8-4   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 18, 2008          Treasure Valley CC            W         9-3   Twin Falls, Idaho
Mar. 24, 2008          College of Eastern Utah       W        10-1   Price, Utah
Mar. 24, 2008          College of Eastern Utah       W        15-7   Price, Utah
Mar. 24, 2008          College of Eastern Utah        L        3-1   Price, Utah
Mar. 24, 2008          College of Eastern Utah       W         6-2   Price, Utah
Mar. 28, 2008          College of Southern Nevada     L       13-1   Henderson, Nev.
Mar. 28, 2008          College of Southern Nevada    W         6-2   Henderson, Nev.
Mar. 29, 2008          College of Southern Nevada     L        1-0   Henderson, Nev.
Mar. 29, 2008          College of Southern Nevada     L        8-2   Henderson, Nev.
Apr. 4, 2008           Salt Lake CC                  W         1-0   Twin Falls, Idaho
Apr. 4, 2008           Salt Lake CC                  W         2-0   Twin Falls, Idaho
Apr. 5, 2008           Salt Lake CC                   L        3-2   Twin Falls, Idaho
Apr. 5, 2008           Salt Lake CC                   L        6-1   Twin Falls, Idaho
Apr. 11, 2008          Western Nevada College         L        6-2   Carson City, Nev.
Apr. 11, 2008          Western Nevada College         L       11-1   Carson City, Nev.
Apr. 12, 2008          Western Nevada College        W         3-1   Carson City, Nev.
Apr. 12, 2008          Western Nevada College        W         4-3   Carson City, Nev.
Apr. 18, 2008          Colorado NW                   W         3-0   Rangely, Colo.
Apr. 18, 2008          Colorado NW                   W         7-3   Rangely, Colo.
Apr. 19, 2008          Colorado NW                   W        14-3   Rangely, Colo.
Apr. 19, 2008          Colorado NW                   W        12-9   Rangely, Colo.
Apr. 25, 2008          Eastern Utah                  W         3-0   Twin Falls, Idaho
Apr. 25, 2008          Eastern Utah                  W         6-4   Twin Falls, Idaho
Apr. 26, 2008          Eastern Utah                   L        2-3   Twin Falls, Idaho
Apr. 26, 2008          Eastern Utah                   W        7-2   Twin Falls, Idaho
May 2, 2008            College of Southern Nevada     L        2-1   Twin Falls, Idaho
May 2, 2008            College of Southern Nevada     L        2-0   Twin Falls, Idaho
May 3, 2008            College of Southern Nevada     L        7-0   Twin Falls, Idaho
May 3, 2008            College of Southern Nevada     L        6-0   Twin Falls, Idaho

Region 18 Tournament
May 7, 2008            Eastern Utah                   W      11-1    Henderson, Nev.
May 8, 2008            College of Southern Nevada     L       8-2    Henderson, Nev.
May 8, 2008            Western Nevada College         L      12-4    Henderson, Nev.
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Day         Date         Opponent                      Time       Games   Place
Thur.       Feb. 5       Phoenix College               6 p.m.       1     Phoenix, Ariz.
Fri.        Feb. 6       Phoenix College               6 p.m.       1     Phoenix, Ariz.
Sat.        Feb. 7       South Mountain                Noon         2     Phoenix, Ariz.
Sun.        Feb. 8       Glendale College              Noon         1     Glendale, Ariz.
Fri.-Sun.   Feb. 13-15   Southern Nevada Tourney                          Henderson, Nev.
Fri.        Feb. 13      San Jacinto                   10 a.m.      1     Green Valley HS
Fri.        Feb. 13      Fullerton JC                 1:30 p.m.     1     Green Valley HS
Sat.        Feb. 14      St. Petersburg CC              4 p.m.      1     Morse Stadium
Sun.        Feb. 15      Chipola CC                    10 a.m.      1     Morse Stadium
Sat.        Feb. 21      Prairie BB Academy             Noon        2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Sun.        Feb. 22      Prairie BB Academy             Noon        2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Fri.        Feb. 27      College of Southern Nevada    4 p.m.       2     Henderson, Nev.
Sat.        Feb. 28      College of Southern Nevada     Noon        2     Henderson, Nev.
Fri.        March 6      Salt Lake CC                  1 p.m.       2     Salt Lake City, Utah
Sat.        March 7      Salt Lake CC                   Noon        2     Salt Lake City, Utah
Mon.        March 9      Treasure Valley CC            2 p.m.       1     Ontario, Ore.
Fri.        March 13     Western Nevada College        1 p.m.       2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Sat.        March 14     Western Nevada College         Noon        2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Tue.        March 17     Dawson CC                     1 p.m.       1     Twin Falls, Idaho
Fri.        March 20     Colorado Northwestern CC      1 p.m.       2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Sat.        March 21     Colorado Northwestern CC       Noon        2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Tue.        March 24     Treasure Valley CC            2 p.m.       1     Twin Falls, Idaho
Fri.        March 27     College of Eastern Utah       1 p.m.       2     Price, Utah
Sat.        March 28     College of Eastern Utah        Noon        2     Price, Utah
Fri.        April 3      College of Southern Nevada    1 p.m.       2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Sat.        April 4      College of Southern Nevada     Noon        2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Fri.        April 10     Salt Lake CC                  1 p.m.       2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Sat.        April 11     Salt Lake CC                   Noon        2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Fri.        April 17     Western Nevada College        1 p.m.       2     Carson City, Nev.
Sat.        April 18     Western Nevada College         Noon        2     Carson City, Nev.
Fri.        April 24     Colorado Northwestern CC      1 p.m.       2     Rangely, Colo.
Sat.        April 25     Colorado Northwestern CC       Noon        2     Rangely, Colo.
Fri.        May 1        College of Eastern Utah       1 p.m.       2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Sat.        May 2        College of Eastern Utah        Noon        2     Twin Falls, Idaho
Wed.-Sat.   May 6-9      Region 18 Tournament                             Winner of League
Thur-Sat.   May 14-16    District Playoff                                 Winner of Region 18
Sat.-Sat.   May 23-30    NJCAA JUCO World Series                          Grand Junction, Colo.




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                2008 Region 18 Regular Season Individual Stat Leaders
         Batting Leaders                                               Triple                                       Earned Run Average
          Batting Average                            Tyler Chism ........................ 3rd (4)           Jake Draeger...................9th (2.22)
Victor Spencer ............... 8th (.326)                                                                   Justin Smith...................10th (2.23)
Tyler Chism ...................12th (.305)                         Home Runs
                                                     Tyler Chism ........................ 6th (3)                          Wins
                  Hits                                                                                      Jason Oatman ................... 7th (7)
Tyler Chism ..................... 5th (57)                      Stolen Bases
Garrett Wolff ................... 9th (52)           Grant Kveder..................... 1st (33)                            Saves
Justin Jensen................... 12th (51)                                                                  Jake Draeger..................... 4th (4)
                                                               Pitching Leaders
            Runs Scored                                     Opposing Batting Average                                 Fielding Leaders
Tyler Chism ..................... 7th (39)           Justin Smith......................4th (.181)                   Fielding Percentage
Justin Jensen................... 10th (38)                                                                  Victor Spencer ...............14th (.989)
                                                                   Strike Outs
          Runs Batted In                             Justin Smith...................... 1st (100)                          Assists
Jed Hanson ...................... 6th (38)           Jason Oatman .................... 8th (63)             Andy Fox ....................... 4th (126)
Tyler Chism ..................... 9th (32)
              Doubles                                                                                                      Putouts
Jed Hanson ...................... 3rd (14)                                                                  Justin Jensen................... 1st (456)
                       2008 Region 18 Top Team Stat Leaders All Games
              Batting Average                                       Runs Batted In                                         Stolen Bases
WNC ................................. 1st (.290)     SLCC.................................. 1st (292)    SLCC.................................... 1st (112)
CSN ..................................2nd (.280)     WNC .................................2nd (276)      CSN .......................................2nd (90)
SLCC................................ 3rd (.257)      CSN ................................... 3rd (250)   CSI ........................................ 3rd (84)

                        Hits                                           Home Runs                                    Earned Run Average
WNC .................................. 1st (491)     WNC .................................... 1st (25)   CSN ................................... 1st (2.45)
CSN ...................................2nd (488)     CSN .....................................2nd (16)   WNC ................................2nd (2.76)
SLCC................................. 3rd (462)      SLCC................................... 3rd (13)    SLCC................................ 3rd (3.45)

           On Base Percentage                                         Runs Scored                              Opposing Batting Average
WNC ...................................1st (.393)    SLCC.................................. 1st (334)    CSN ................................... 1st (.221)
CSN ....................................2nd (.383)   WNC .................................2nd (314)      WNC ................................2nd (.238)
SLCC.................................. 3rd (.376)    CSN ................................... 3rd (301)   SLCC................................ 3rd (.252)

                                          2008 Final CSI Category Leaders
         Pitching Leaders                                      Batting Leaders                                      On Base Percentage
         Earned Run Avg.                                        Batting Average                             Cameron Cushing..................415
Jake Draeger.........................2.22            Victor Spencer ........................ .326           Victor Spencer .......................392
Justin Smith..........................2.23           Tyler Chism ............................ .305          Tyler Chism ...........................392
Tyler Gilder ..........................3.24          Garrett Wolff .......................... .302
                                                                                                                       Runs Batted In
                 Wins                                            Slugging Pct.                              Jed Hanson ..............................38
Jason Oatman ............................7           Tyler Chism ............................ .449          Tyler Chism .............................32
Taylor Mangum .........................6             Garrett Wolff .......................... .424          Justin Jensen............................28
Justin Smith...............................6         Cameron Cushing................... .409
                                                                                                                        Home Runs
       Opposing Bat Average                                              Hits                               Tyler Chism ...............................3
Tyler Gilder .......................... .115         Tyler Chism ............................... 57         Justin Jensen..............................2
Justin Smith...........................181           Garrett Wolff ............................. 52         Garrett Wolff .............................2
Brandon Henn .......................250              Jusint Jensen.............................. 51
                                                                                                                        Runs Scored
            Strike Outs                                           Stolen Bases                              Tyler Chism .............................39
Justin Smith...........................100           Tyler Chism ............................... 20         Justin Jensen............................38
Jason Oatman ..........................63            Matt Deacon .............................. 19          Garrett Wolff ...........................31
Jake Draeger............................43           Justin Jensen................................ 7
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    NJCAA All-Americans            Region 18 Coach of the Year
Robert Liese        1973         Jim Walker 1972, 1973, 1975, 1978,
Denny Trammel       1975                    1983, 1984, 1985, 1986,
Mike Munns          1977                    1987, 1988, 1993, 2002,
Steve McMannon      1977         Boomer Walker     1999
Rusty McNealy       1978                                                All-Region 18 Second Team
                                                                                      (Since 1985)
Marc Sedar          1978             All-Region 18 First Team         Kevin Loftus                   1985
Jim Good            1979                      (Since 1985)
                                                                      Steve Caputo                   1985
Al Romero           1979         Shawn Humberger         1985
                                                                      Tim Peters                     1985
Darryl Banks        1980         Charlie Carter          1985
                                                                      Greg Adelsbach                 1985, 1986
Trent Ferrin        1981         Kevin Loftus            1986
                                                                      Vic Valdez                     1986
Clay Carter         1981         Bobby Edwards           1986
                                                                      Butch Nolan                    1989
Bobby Thompson      1982         Dave Carter             1987
                                                                      Stacey Ayers                   1989
Mike Robbins        1982         Jeff Moe                1986, 1987
                                                                      John Greene                    1989
Mike Duncan         1983         Shawn Whalen            1986, 1987
                                                                      Jesse Torres                   1989
Jeff Schow          1983         Erroll Shirer           1987, 1988
                                                                      Brendon Peach                  1990
Shawn Humberger     1985         Billy Satterfield       1987, 1988
                                                                      Scott Eyre                     1991
Bobby Edwards       1986         Chris Hanks             1987, 1988
                                                                      Ryan Hall                      1991
Kevin Loftus        1986         Don Emery               1988
                                                                      Boomer Walker                  1991
Shawn Whalen        1987         Troy Hymas              1989
                                                                      Dave Mitteis                   1991
Chris Hanks         1987, 1988   Steve Cooke             1989, 1990
                                                                      Mike Bearnson                  1991
Steve Cooke         1990         Stacy Ayers             1990
                                                                      Jedd Soto                      1993
Eric Miller         1991         Jonas Hamlin            1990
                                                                      Clint Wyrick                   1995
Devin Chavez        1994         John Greene             1990
                                                                      Marty Caldow                   1996
Craig Mosher        1998         Travor Hunter           1991
                                                                      James Close                    1997
Matt Silvey         1998         Eric Miller             1991
                                                                      Nick Gretz                     1998
Nate Bumstead       2002         Don Slattery            1991
                                                                      Mike Gillies                   1999
Christian Colonel   2002         Duke Dodder             1991
                                                                      Jesse Hoorelbeke               1999
Todd Privett        2006         John Hayes              1992
                                                                      Adam Manley                    1999
Grant Kveder        2007         Derek Robinson          1992
                                                                      Eric Kitchen                   2000
                                 Craig Sands             1992, 1993
                                                                      Kody Kirkland                  2002
NJCAA National Tournament        Tom Walker              1993
                                                                      Derek McNeil                   2003
         MVP                     Nate Tebbs              1993
                                                                      Mitch Stachowsky               2004
Shell Scott         1984         Devin Chavez            1993
                                                                      Brandon Christiansen           2004
Chris Hanks         1988         Cody Winget             1993
                                                                      Eric Cattoni                   2004, 2005
                                 Erik Highland           1995
                                                                      Jeff Vickers                   2005
                                 Brandon Duckworth       1996
       NJCAA National            Aaron Bond              1996, 1997
                                                                      Ken Fuglerud                   2005
     All-Tournament Team         Chris Gillette          1997
                                                                      Tony Altavilla                 2007
Bob DePasquele      1975                                              Jason Oatman                   2007
                                 Matt Silvey             1997, 1998
Bobby Edwards       1984                                              Justin Jensen                  2008
                                 James Close             1998         Garrett Wolff                  2008
Jeff Schow          1984         Craig Mosher            1998         Jed Hansen                     2008
Blake Jensen        1984         Graig Merritt           1998         Tyler Chism                    2008
Scott Shell         1984         Cameron Reimers         1999         Jason Oatman                   2008
Kevin Loftus        1986         Kevin Sytko             2000
Bill Moeller        1988         Christian Colonel       2001                Region 18 Defensive
Erroll Shirer       1988         Sidney de Jong          2001
Lance Leiter        1988                                                      Player of the Year
                                 Nate Bumstead           2002         Tom Meyers                     2002
Chris Hanks         1988         Christian Colonel       2002         Jordan Daley                   2006
                                 Kris Welker             2003
        Big Stick Award          John Hurd               2003
Marc Sedar          1978                                                  All-Region 18 Honorable
                                 Jeremy Thomas           2004
Devin Chavez        1994         Troy Grundy             2005                     Mention
Matt Silvey         1998         Jeff Vickers            2006         (Since 1989)
                                 Ken Fuglerud            2006         Brendon Peach                  1989
                                 Todd Privett            2006         Tom Cheek                      1989
NJCAA National Coach of the                                           Ben Johnston                   1999
          Year                   Nik Gumeson             2007
Jim Walker          1984         Grant Kveder            2007
                                 Trent Johnson           2007


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2008                                                 Ks:          83 (Brad Burrow)
Record:      31-28                                   Victories:   7 (Nick Parker/Burrow)
Team ERA:    4.08                                    BA:          .358 (Sidney de Jong)
Team BA:     .257                                    HRs:         3 (Jeremy Barnes)
ERA:         2.22 (Jake Draeger)                     RBIs:        42 (Kevin Sytko)
Ks:          100 (Justin Smith)                      SBs:         23 (Tom Myers)
Victories:   7 (Jason Oatman)
BA:          .326 (Victor Spencer)                   2000
HRs:         3 (Tyler Chism)                         Record:      32-24
RBIs:        38 (Jed Hanson)                         Team ERA:    4.76
SBs:         20 (Tyler Chism)                        Team BA:     .289
                                                     ERA:         2.47 (Andy Gretz)
2007                                                 K’s:         69 (Dan Clement)
Record:      40-17                                   Victories:   8 (Joey Clark)
Team ERA:    2.71                                    BA:          .344 (Kevin Sytko)
Team BA:     .280                                    HR’s:        6 (Adrian Thomas)
ERA:         1.30 (Trent Johnson)                    RBI’s:       43 (Kevin Sytko)
Ks:          66 (Jordan Latham)                      SB’s:        19 (Nick Bullen)
Victories:   9 (Jordan Latham)
BA:          .354 (Grant Kveder)                     1999
HRs:         5 (Nik Gumeson)                         Record:      39-16
RBIs:        42 (Nik Gumeson)                        Team ERA:    6.01
SBs:         33 (Grant Kveder)                       Team BA:     .374
                                                     ERA:         4.08 (Nick Aiello)
2006                                                 Ks:          80 (Cameron Reimers)
Record:      41-19                                   Victories:   10 (Cameron Reimers)
Team ERA:    2.41                                    BA:          .462 (Dan Clement)
Team BA      .280                                    HRs:         20 (Adam Manley)
ERA:         0.92 (Todd Privett)                     RBIs:        73 (Adam Manley)
Ks:          84 (Todd Privett)                       SBs:         16 (Casey Nelson, Brad Maloff)
Victories:   8 (Adam Urnberg)
BA:          .391 (Ken Fuglerud)                     1998
HRs:         3 (Mike Grifin)                         Record:      47-11
RBIs:        30 (Jordan Daley)                       Team ERA:    5.23
SBs:         19 (Ken Fuglerud)                       Team BA:     .365
                                                     ERA:         2.76 (Craig Mosher)
2005                                                 Ks:          86 (Craig Mosher)
Record:      29-27                                   Victories:   12 (Craig Mosher)
Team ERA:    3.91                                    BA:          .479 (Matt Silvey)
Team BA:     .281                                    HRs:         20 (Nick Gretz)
ERA:         1.44 (Arin Formanek)                    RBIs:        80 (Nick Gretz)
Ks:          85 (Troy Grundy)                        SBs:         30 (Casey Nelson, James Close)
Victories:   8 (Troy Grundy)
BA:          .319 (Anthony Jones)                    1997
HRs:         2 (Anthony Jones, Jeff Vickers)         Record:      39-18
RBIs:        26 (Jeff Vickers)                       Team ERA:    5.64
SBs:         19 (Eric Cattoni)                       Team BA:     .330
                                                     ERA:         3.04 (Aaron Bond)
2004                                                 Ks:          146 (Aaron Bond)
Record:      36-24-1                                 Victories:   8 (Aaron Bond)
Team ERA:    3.10                                    BA:          .415 (Matt Silvey)
Team BA:     .267                                    HRs:         8 (Chris Gillette)
ERA:         0.73 (Charlie Strandlund)               RBIs:        55 (Chris Gillette)
Ks:          85 (Mitch Woolf)                        SBs:         34 (James Close)
Victories:   9 (Mitch Woolf)
BA:          .333 (Eric Cattoni)                     1996
HRs:         6 (Sean VanElderen)                     Record:      32-21
RBIs:        37 (VanElderen/Jeremy Thomas)           Team ERA:    3.73
SBs:         20 (Eric Cattoni)                       Team BA:     .317
                                                     ERA:         2.26 (Mike Young)
2003                                                 Ks:          72 (Aaron Bond)
Record:      34-18                                   Victories:   7 (Mike Young)
Team ERA:    3.21                                    BA:          .393 (Brandon Duckworth)
Team BA:     .295                                    HRs:         8 (Brandon Duckworth)
ERA:         1.37 (John Hurd)                        RBIs:        62 (Brandon Duckworth)
Ks:          63 (Mitch Woolf)                        SBs:         23 (Chris Starbuck)
Victories:   9 (Ryan Davis)
BA:          .386 (Derek McNeil)                     1995
HRs:         1 (Welker/Stachowsky/VanElderen)        Record:      30-28
RBIs         35 (Casey Oliver)                       Team ERA:    5.16
SBs          14 (John Hurd)                          Team BA:     .304
                                                     ERA:         3.17 (Rob Vael)
2002                                                 Ks:          64 (Art Dillahay)
Record:      41-16                                   Victories:   8 (Art Dillahay)
Team ERA:    2.96                                    BA:          .391 (Brandon Duckworth)
Team BA:     .291                                    HRs:         10 (Trevor Davis)
ERA:         1.78 (Maurice Powell)                   RBIs:        44 (Trevor Davis)
Ks:          104 (Nate Bumstead)                     SBs:         22 (Clint Wyrick)
Victories:   13 (Nate Bumstead)
BA:          .390 (Christian Colonel)                1994
HRs:         9 (Christian Colonel)                   Record:      42-14
RBIs         50 (Christian Colonel)                  Team ERA:    3.8
SBs          15 (Colonel/Kody Kirkland)              Team BA:     .345
                                                     ERA:         2.39 (Jedd Soto)
2001                                                 Ks:          89 (Pat Flury)
Record:      36-23                                   Victories:   9 (Christian Nickum)
Team ERA:    3.83                                    BA:          .472 (Devin Chavez)
Team BA:     .295                                    HRs:         12 (Brian Keswick)
ERA:         3.00 (Craig Kilshaw)               28   RBIs:        71 (Devin Chavez)
                                                     SBs:         27 (Tyrone Brown)
1993                                       Ks:          86 (Bobby Edwards)
Record:      42-14                         Victories:   8 (Jason Adkins)
Team ERA:    3.62                          BA:          .412 (Kevin Loftus)
Team BA:     .377                          HRs:         15 (Kevin Loftus)
ERA:         2.00 (Cody Winget)            RBIs:        65 (Kevin Loftus)
Ks:          68 (Cody Winget)              SBs:         10 (Rob Revoy)
Victories:   7 (Jedd Soto)                 1985
BA:          .466 (Devin Chavez)           Record:      32-17
HRs:         16 (Tommy Walker)             Team ERA:    4.15
RBIs:        73 (Tommy Walker)             Team BA:     .335
SBs:         10 (Nate Tebbs)               ERA:         2.36 (Tim Peters)
                                           Ks:          78 (Tim Peters)
1992                                       Victories:   11 (Tim Peters)
Record:      35-21                         BA:          .392 (Kevin Loftus)
Team ERA:    3.00                          HRs:         24 (Kevin Loftus)
Team BA:     . 324                         RBIs:        82 (Kevin Loftus)
ERA:         1.95 (John Hayes)             SBs:         15 (Billy Roberts)
Ks:          46 (Jason Fuller)
Victories:   9 (John Hayes)                1984
BA:          .446 (Derek Robinson)         Record:      48-11
HRs:         7 (Mike Bearnson)             Team ERA:    3.95
RBIs:        47 (Derek Robinson)           Team BA:     .336
SBs:         19 (Nate Tebbs)               ERA:         2.15 (Tim Peters)
                                           Ks:          68 (Tim Peters)
1991                                       Victories:   11 (Tim Peters)
Record:      33-10                         BA:          .419 (Jeff Schow)
Team ERA:    2.28                          HRs:         16 (Shell Scott)
Team BA:     .302                          RBIs:        65 (Jeff Schow)
ERA:         .995 (Eric Miller)            SBs:         30 (Jeff Schow)
Ks:          83 (Scott Eyre)
Victories:   8 (Eric Miller)               1983
BA:          .396 (Don Slattery)           Record:      34-7
HRs:         9 (Ryan Hall)                 Team ERA:    4.42
RBIs:        44 (Mike Bearnson)            Team BA:     .356
SBs:         13 (Bobby Jenco)              ERA:         2.93 (Steve Clements)
                                           Ks:          66 (Steve Clements)
1990                                       Victories:   8 (Steve Clements)
Record:      38-18                         BA:          .448 (Mike Duncan)
Team ERA:    3.80                          HRs:         9 (Jeff Schow)
Team BA:     .336                          RBIs:        45 (Mike Duncan)
ERA:         1.92 (Steve Cooke)            SBs:         29 (Jeff Schow)
Ks:          93 (Steve Cooke)
Victories:   11 (Steve Cooke)              1982
BA:          .432 (Stacey Ayers)           Record:      30-6
HRs:         8 (Jonas Hamlin)              Team ERA:    2.94
RBIs:        52 (Jonas Hamlin)             Team BA:     .342
SBs:         13 (John Greene)              ERA:         1.74 (Scott Troester)
                                           Ks:          38 (Greg Steffanich)
1989                                       Victories:   6 (Scott Troester)
Record:      23-14                         BA:          .433 (Bobby Thompson)
Team ERA:    3.01                          HRs:         7 (Bobby Thompson)
Team BA:     .307                          RBIs:        30 (Marc Barbagelata)
ERA:         1.78 (Steve Cooke)            SBs:         19 (Marc Barbagelata)
Ks:          72 (Steve Cooke)
Victories:   7 (Tom Cheek)                 1981
BA:          .350 (Jesse Torres)           Record:      31-8
HRs:         4 (Jesse Torres)              Team ERA:    2.74
RBIs:        32 (John Greene)              Team BA:     .321
SBs:         13 (Kent Schow)               ERA:         1.54 (Trent Ferrin)
                                           Ks:          62 (Trent Ferrin)
1988                                       Victories:   8 (Trent Ferrin)
Record:      45-15                         BA:          .390 (John Maldonado)
Team ERA:    3.11                          HRs:         7 (Bobby Thompson)
Team BA:     .335                          RBIs:        40 (Tim McMannon)
ERA:         2.08 (Corby Schroeder)        SBs:         20 (John Maldonado)
Ks:          61 (Don Emery)
Victories:   10 (Don Emery)                1980
BA:          .429 (Erroll Shirer)          Record:      20-19
HRs:         18 (Chris Hanks)              Team ERA:    3.38
RBIs:        76 (Chris Hanks)              Team BA:     .312
SBs:         36 (Erroll Shirer)            ERA:         2.32 (Darryl Banks)
                                           Ks:          54 (Darryl Banks)
1987                                       Victories:   8 (Darryl Banks)
Record:      40-18                         BA:          .407 (John Hughes)
Team ERA:    3.86                          HRs:         8 (John Hughes)
Team BA:     .358                          RBIs:        39 (John Hughes)
ERA:         2.42 (John Braase)            SBs:         6 (Andrew Barbee)
Ks:          66 (John Braase)
Victories:   9 (Dave Carter)               1979
BA:          .467 (Chris Hanks)            Record:      34-9
HRs:         26 (Chris Hanks)              Team ERA:    2.77
RBIs:        84 (Chris Hanks)              Team BA:     .308
SBs:         16 (Erroll Shirer)            ERA:         1.95 (Lee Cline)
                                           Ks:          65 (Lee Cline)
1986                                       Victories:   8 (Lee Cline)
Record:      37-12                         BA:          .360 (Rocco Zendano)
Team ERA:    2.61                          HRs:         18 (Jim Good)
Team BA:     .307                          RBIs:        72 (Jim Good)
ERA:         1.90 (Bobby Edwards)     29   SBs:         24 (Rocco Zendano)
                They come for the tradition;
                 They leave as a part of it
     CSI baseball                                                                         Brandon Duckworth
                                                                                            Houston Astros
    players drafted                                                                        Pittsburgh Pirates
                                                                                          Kansas City Royals
       or signed
    professionally
    Roger Bills, California Angels
     Tim Mueller, Chicago Cubs
   Mike Stover, California Angels
    Lee Cline, Kansas City Royals
    Scott Job, Milwaukee Brewers
Rusty McNealy, New York Yankees
   Sean Mays, New York Yankees
     Wyman Smith, Oakland A’s
    Mark Sedar, California Angels
  Mark Johnson, Pittsburgh Pirates
      Brian Lunden, Oakland A’s
     Bill Nice, Pittsburgh Pirates
   Rick Ecelberry, New York Mets
 Ron Kollman, Milwaukee Brewers
       Jim Good, Detroit Tigers
     Brian Peck, Houston Astros
    Al Romero, California Angels
    Jim Baxter, Cleveland Indians
Rick Yraguen, Philadelphia Phillies
     Darryl Banks, Chicago Cubs
  Andrew Barbee, Cincinnati Reds
   Trent Ferrin, New York Yankees
  John Hughes, New York Yankees
      Clay Carter, Chicago Cubs
  Logan Easley, New York Yankees
     Scott Obert, Cincinnati Reds              Photo Courtesy
 Mike Pintar, San Francisco Giants            Kansas City Royals
 Scott Troester, New York Yankees
Mark Barbagelata, Cleveland Indians
Bobby Thompson, Montreal Expos
 Tracy Poulson, New York Yankees
  Tim McMannon, New York Mets
Darrell Frater, San Francisco Giants
   Scott Russell, Minnesota Twins
 Greg Steffanich, San Diego Padres
       Phil Braase, Oakland A’s           Cory Elston, Cleveland Indians
   Tim Rogers, Baltimore Orioles         Shawn Whalen, San Diego Padres
      Mike Duncan, Oakland A’s             Brad Brooks, Minnesota Twins
 Lynn Van Every, San Diego Padres       Tony Mortenson, San Diego Padres
        Scott Eyre, S.F. Giants        John Nessmith, San Francisco Giants
   Mike Munns, Pittsburgh Pirates             Jack Estes, Oakland A’s
   Shell Scott, New York Yankees            Dave Carter, Montreal Expos
  Jeff Schow, San Francisco Giants       Brian Avram, St. Louis Cardinals
     Tim Peters, Montreal Expos          Jonas Hamlin, St. Louis Cardinals
  Greg Adelsbach, Montreal Expos            Traver Hunter, Chicago Cubs
      Jeff Moe, Cincinnati Reds           Eric Miller, St. Louis Cardinals
    Chris Hanks, Boston Red Sox           Don Slattery, St. Louis Cardinals
  Bobby Maitia, Toronto Blue Jays         Chad Richardson, Chicago Cubs
   Jesse Torres, Pittsburgh Pirates    Derek Robinson, St. Louis Cardinals
 John Braase, Los Angeles Dodgers           Mike Harms, Miami Marlins
Bobby Edwards, Salt Lake Trappers       Jason Stupello, St. Louis Cardinals
   Steve Cooke, Pittsburgh Pirates         Troy Doezie, Minnesota Twins       Mitch Stachowsky
                                                                               Boston Red Sox
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                      Kody Kirkland               Scott Eyre
                      Detroit Tigers             Chicago Cubs




        Pat Flury, San Diego Padres
        Nate Tebbs, Boston Red Sox
  Jeremy Satterfield, Toronto Blue Jays
    Sean Garman, St. Louis Cardinals
   Kumandae Miller, Seattle Mariners
        Aaron Bond, Texas Rangers
       Bryan Gallagher, Oakland A’s
Brandon Duckworth, Philadelphia Phillies
  Dion Washington, New York Yankees
       Craig Mosher, Texas Rangers
  Cameron Reimers, Toronto Blue Jays       Photo Courtesy of Chicago
   Adam Manley, New York Yankees           Cubs/Stephen Green Photo
        Joey Clark, Montreal Expos
   Dale Devereaux, San Diego Padres
        Shaun Rudi, Texas Rangers
         Eric Kitchen, Oakland A’s
      Toby Barnett, Montreal Expos
    Jason Cierlik, Kansas City Royals
        Andy Myette, Texas Rangers
      Nate Bumstead, Detroit Tigers
     Kris Welker, Chicago White Sox
    Kody Kirkland, Pittsburgh Pirates
    Maurice Powell, Minnesota Twins
  Christian Colonel, Colorado Rockies
      John Hurd, Chicago White Sox
    Mitch Woolf, Chicago White Sox
   Mitch Stachowsky, Boston Red Sox
   Troy Grundy, Los Angeles Dodgers
      Shawn Loglisci, L.A. Dodgers
       Todd Privett, New York Mets
         Nick Carr, New York Mets
       Shay Conder, New York Mets
    Adam Urnberg, Baltimore Orioles
  Angel Chapa, Tampa Bay Devil Rays
     James Wallace, Florida Marlins
       Jordan Latham, Chicago Cubs
  Angel Chapa, Tampa Bay Devil Rays
    Tyler Gilder, Philadelphia Phillies
     Lionel Morrill, Minnesota Twins
                                                                         Cameron Reimers
                                                                       AAA Syracuse Skychiefs
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                            CSI baseball players who moved
                           on to 4-year universities and colleges
        Lars Hovey, Vanderbilt            Dan Poulton, Univ. of Utah                   Chris Gillette, UNLV
       Jeff Schow, Texas A&M            Shane Warenski, Univ. of Utah               Larry Panaro, Azusa Pacific
 Mike Duncan, Univ. of Nebraska        Cody Winget, Univ. of Nebraska               Nate Forbush, Univ. of Utah
     Lynn Van Every, Arkansas         Boomer Walker, NE Lousiana Univ.            Kevin Kimball, Northern Colo.
      Gary Krumm, Briar Cliff            Pat McGruder, Univ. of Utah             Slubby Bennalley, Eastern N.M.
     Jim Kotkas, Southern Utah           Duke Dodder, Cal-Poly SLO                  Tim Stadelmeir, Concordia
          Blake Jensen, BYU                     Ryan Hall, BYU                         James Close, UNLV
         Matt Harr, Briar Cliff         Andy Gonzales, Southern Utah             David Finney, Cal Poly Pomona
         Kevin Loftus, UNLV                Jake Anders, Lewis/Clark                 Nick Gretz, South Alabama
         Tim Peters, Arkansas          Bobby Jenco, Albertson College                 Graig Merritt, Chico St.
        Bobby Maitia, UNLV                  Craig Sands, Vanderbilt                 Matt Silvey, South Alabama
      Steve Caputo, Tennessee                Hank Crosby, UNLV                Matt MacLeod, Cal State Northridge
    Steve Birens, Arizona State            Curtis Hall, Univ. of Utah            Justin Nakaishi, Washington St.
    Tony Mortensen, Fresno St.               Mike Zandt, Mesa St.                 Nick Stelzner, Lewis Clark SC
         Dave Carter, UNLV              Devin Chavez, Lewis Clark SC               Reid Wildeman, Univ. of B.C.
       Bob Edwards, Arkansas           Tommy Walker, Lewis Clark SC                    Toby Dart, Chico St.
     Billy Satterfield, Fresno St.      Jedd Soto, NE Louisiana Univ.             Craig Mosher, Univ. of Florida
    Erroll Shirer, Univ. of Iowa      Brian Keswick, NE Louisiana Univ.                Adam Manley, UNLV
   Jim Tejcek, Univ. of Arkansas        Craig Peck, Albertson College                   Brad Maloff, UNLV
     Don Emery, Univ. of Utah         Christian Nickum, Lewis Clark SC      Nick Aiello, University of Nevada-Reno
  Tom Cheek, Univ. of San Diego             Matt Horner, E. Oregon          Mike Gillies, University of Nevada-Reno
        Lonnie Reiber, UNLV               Darrin Schorr, Azusa Pacific            Sam Hess, Gonzaga University
  John Hayes, Albertson College         Art Dillahay, Univ. of Houston       Jesse Hoorelbeke, NE Louisiana Univ.
     Stacey Ayers, Oregon State      Brandon Duckworth, Cal St. Fullerton     Casey Nelson, Concordia University
      Paul Murphy, Briar Cliff         Josh Hegsted, Albertson College        J.P. Candelaria, Concordia University
     Troy Hymas, Univ. of Utah          Erik Highland, Sacramento St.            Josh Gold, University of Illinois
    Brendon Peach, Metro State             John Lampshire, Mesa St.             Dan Clements, Mesa State College
 Sean Hicks, Univ. of New Orleans       Tony Pezely, Northwestern St.        Joey Clark, University of New Mexico
  Dave Mitteis, Texas - Arlington      Chris Starbuck, Western Oregon           Tyler Hasbrouck, Coastal Carolina
  Mark Keele, Bellevue, Nebraska             Mike Young, Mesa St.               Adrian Thomas, Washington State
  Traver Hunter, Oklahoma State                                                    Nick Bullen, Lewis Clark SC
                                                                                                Nate Bumstead
                                                                                                 Detroit Tigers
                                                                                           Louisiana State University
                                                                                          Game one pitcher in College
                                                                                          World Series in 2003 and 2004




  Brandon Christiansen
Brigham Young University




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             Andy Gretz, St. Cloud St.
    Mark Weisenmiller, Concordia University
           Kevin Sytko, South Alabama
          Toby Barnett, Southern Illinois             Christian Colonel
       Craig Kilshaw, Winthrop University
   Nick Parker, University of Texas-Arlington       Texas Tech University
         Ed Dillahay, Cameron University              Colorado Rockies
               Nate Bumstead, LSU
    Christian Colonel, Texas Tech University
        Matt Gunning, Western Kentucky
        Josh Wolfram, Air Force Academy
          Brad Burrow, Albertson College
           Joe Miller, Abilene Christian
        Jeremy Barnes, Western Kentucky
         Tom Meyers, Mesa State College
      Kenny Nelson, Concordia University
        Rich Conway, Bellevue University
           Ryan Davis, Southern Illinois
            Ryan Jones, Utah Valley SC
            Kris Welker, Univ. of Iowa
   Derek McNeil, University of Nevada-Reno
       Nick Connor, Creighton University
Brandon Christiansen, Brigham Young University
     Mitch Woolf, Brigham Young University
         Josh Madsen, University of Utah
   Chris Toto, Point Loma Nazarene University
     Sean VanElderen, Mesa State Universiy
      Charlie Strandlund, Albertson College
  Levi Shumway, University of North Alabama
       Zack Aakhus, Vanguard University
        Hector Martinez, UMet University
              Eric Cattoni, St. Mary’s
     Karl Mejlholm, Cumberland University
      Willie Crtalic, Montana State Billings
 Sean Edwards, Northwest Nazarene University
Arin Formanek, University of Calif. Santa Barbara
        Jordan Daley, Dixie State College
           Shawn Loglisci, Indiana Tech
            Kyle Resser, St. Cloud State
          Jeff Vickers, Lamar University
             Ken Fuglerud, St. Mary’s
 Tony Altavilla, University of Illinois - Chicago
      Grant Vickers, Mesa State University
              Grant Kveder, Gonzaga
        Brad Mady, Mesa State University
         Nik Gumeson, Lamar University
         James Wallace, Abilene Christian
       Matt Deacon, Univ. of Rhode Island
          Jed Hanson, Univ. of Nebraska
             Jake Draeger, Metro State
      Jason Oatman, Univ. of New Mexico
      Justin Smith, Utah Valley University

                                                     Mike Gillies
                                                     University of
                                                     Nevada Reno




                                                                             Matt Gunning
                                                                            Western Kentucky
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Overall Win-Loss Record
    1. 1984 (48-11)
    2. 1998 (47-11)
    3. 1993 (44-14)

Team ERA
    1. 1991 (2.28)
    2. 2006 (2.41)
    3. 1986 (2.61)

Team Batting Average
    1.   1993 (.377)
    2.   1999 (.374)
    3.   1998 (.365)
    4.   1987 (.358)

Individual ERA
    1. Todd Privett, 0.92 (2006)
    2. Erik Miller, 0.95 (1991)
    3. John Hurd, 1.37 (2003)

Pitching Victories
    1.   Nate Bumstead 13 (2001)
    2.   Craig Mosher, 12 (1998)
    3.   Steve Cooke, 11 (1990)
    3.   Tim Peters, 11 (1984, 1985)

Strike Outs
    1.   Aaron Bond, 146 (1997)
    2.   Nate Bumstead 104 (2001)
    3.   Steve Cooke, 93 (1990)
    4.   Pat Flury, 89 (1989)




                                            Individual Batting Average
                                                   1. Matt Silvey, .479 (1998)
                                                   2. Devin Chavez, .472 (1994)
                                                   3. Chris Hanks, .467 (1987)

                                            Home Runs
                                                   1.   Chris Hanks, 26 (1987)
                                                   2.   Kevin Lofthus, 24 (1985)
                                                   3.   Nick Gretz, 20 (1998)
                                                   3.   Adam Manley, 20 (1999)

                                            RBIs
                                                   1.   Chris Hanks, 84 (1987)
                                                   2.   Kevin Lofthus, 82 (1985)
                                                   3.   Nick Gretz, 80 (1998)
                                                   3.   Adam Manley, 80 (1999)

                                            Stolen Bases
                                                   1. Erroll Shirer, 36 (1988)
                                                   2. James Close, 34 (1997)
                                                   3. Grant Kveder, 33 (2007)



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JUCO World Series Finishes

Year   Place Tournament Record Overall Record
1972    ——          0-2            20-19
1973    NA          NA              NA
1975    Fifth       1-2             NA
1978    ——          0-2            29-13
1983    ——          0-2             34-9
1984    First       6-1            43-13
1986   Fourth       2-2            37-12
1988   Third        3-1            46-15
1993    ——          0-2            42-14




                                                     JUCO World Series Records
                                                     Team
                                                     Runs
                                                            7-game series: College of Southern Idaho, 70 (1984)
                                                            6-game series: San Jacinto, 73 (1986)
                                                            5-game series: Miami-Dade/South, 66 (1981)
                                                            Single game: Jefferson Davis vs. Trinidad, 35 (1994);
                                                            Jefferson Davis won 23-12.



                                                     Individual Hitting
                                                     Hits
                                                            Series: Shell Scott, 17 (Southern Idaho 1984)
                                                            Single game: Tary Scott, 6 (Walters State 1984)


                                                     Runs
                                                            Series: Lance Leitner, 15 (Southern Idaho, 1988)
                                                            Scott Skripko, 15 (Middle Georgia, 1982)
                                                            Randy Brown, 15 (San Jacinto, 1991)


                                                     Home Runs
                                                            Series: Jeff Kipila, 6 (Brookdale, 1986)
                                                            Jerry Shepherd, 6 (Middle Georgia, 1990)
                                                            Single Game: Kevin Lofthus, 3 (Southern Idaho, 1986)


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                                           Gerald L. Beck began his career at the College of Southern Idaho in 1975 and
                                        became president of the college in 2005. His many titles at the college include
                                        Instructor, Coordinator of Trade and Industry Programs, Dean of Continuing
                                        Education/Summer School, Vice President of Instruction, and Executive Vice
                                        President/Chief Academic Officer.
                                           Dr. Beck is an Idaho native. He received his bachelor’s degree in Technical
                                        Education, his master’s degree in Teacher Education, and his Ed. D. in Adult
                                        Education from the University of Idaho. He completed his post doctoral at
                                        Harvard University Institute for Educational Management.
                                           In addition to his duties at the college, Dr. Beck is a member of the Twin
                                        Falls Rotary Club, and is a board member of the State Workforce Development
                                        Council appointed by the Governor. He serves as a board member on many local
                                        organizations including Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization,
                                        Region IV Development Association and Magic Valley Regional Medical Center.
                                        He is past president of the Idaho Association of Private Industry Councils.
                                          Dr. Beck and his wife, Barbara, have three adult children and three
grandchildren. He attributes much of his success to the opportunities provided by the college and the support from his
family and co-workers.




                                             Former CSI women’s basketball coach Joel Bate is in the midst of his second
                                         year at the helm of Golden Eagle Athletics.
                                             Bate, 48, has worn many hats at CSI. He first came to CSI in 1993 as an
                                         English professor and women’s basketball coach.
                                             “CSI is a great place to work,” Bate said. “I’ve been lucky enough to work
                                         with athletics and academics. We have great coaches and a great staff here and the
                                         work they’ve done this year has been very positive, not only on the court but in
                                         the classroom and community as well,” Bate said. “I love working with our many
                                         boosters, fans and corporate sponsors who have helped make CSI a special place
                                         to be.”
                                             Bate coached at CSI from 1993 until 2000, leading the Golden Eagles to
                                         the national tournament in 1999. During that span, Bate compiled a 144-78
                                         record. He coached four NJCAA All-Americans and four NJCAA Academic All-
                                         Americans. Two players went on to play professional basketball, including Jessica
                                         Gibbs Mesna who assisted current coach Randy Rogers. In 1999, Bate earned
                                         Region 18 Coach of the Year honors.
                                           Prior to working at CSI, Bate taught and coached at Bishop Kelly High School
in Boise. He taught senior English and headed the English department. In addition to his teaching duties, he coached girls’
volleyball, track and basketball, where he compiled a 114-32 record and four third-place state finishes.
   Bate earned his undergraduate degree in marketing at Boise State University and his master’s degree in English at the
University of Idaho in 1986.
        Bate and his wife, Donna and three children, live in Twin Falls.



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Orthopedic Surgeon                       Team Physician                             Team Physician
 Dr. William May                         Dr. Thad Scholes                          Dr. Mark McKain




Physical Therapist                        Chiropractor                             Athletic Trainer
    Julie Ellis                           Dr. Dave Long                           Richard Bingham




                 Sports Information Director                Administrative Assistant
                       Karen Baumert                           Ginger Nukaya

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Thanks to our marathon game donors
           ($100 or more)
       Joni Ackerman                   Patti Carson                  Mildred Langford
 Kathleen & Erwin Weber              Robert Wickson                  Gene & Janet Rice
      Patricia Vaughan                Joan Anderson                     Uncle Marty
  Bruce & Mary Wagnon                Patricia Malcolm                  L.A. Bergman
   Cascade Landscaping               Esther Williams                Bob & Marie Gokey
        John Strawn          Fred D. Lobay Professional Corp.            Ruth Airth
     Thomas McCready              Dennis & Nancy Klum             Gary & Dianna Gunnell
        D.W. Briggs                 Vincent Henderson           Lori Lobay & Don Anderson
  Lisa & William Clewes           Herb & Sharrie Wolff                Cecil Anderson
 Garrett & Nichole Kramer             Kenneth Coiner                     Lyle Hauck
Dale, Mary & Jolyn Hancock      Charles & Deanna Barrett              Richard Moore
      Roger Hancock                   Marilyn Barrett           Continental Loan & Jewelry
  Western Pipe Insulation       Florence & George Garrett              Ryan Hancock
   Robert & Kimber Hall                Estelle Krebs               D.A. Davidson & Co.
 Lisa Bell & Mark Cushing         Wanda & Marvin Day              Ralph & Nancy Kramer
      Patricia Cushing                 Sally Linarez                  Randy Carlson
 Gordon & Deanna Aubert              Grandpa Spencer             Ronald & Launa Harmon
      Audrey Pihulyk                    Darren Hall                     Jill Johnston
  David & Agnes Brown                  Stuart Jordan               Lora & Kenneth Giles
   Jean & Kristi Jackson           Lisa & Arthur Raney            James & Nancy Landon
 Jay & Colleen Armstrong              Benicord LLC




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  Thanks to McDonald’s
 for building our incredible
backstop and for all of their
support year in and year out.
              39
 The College of Southern Idaho baseball
program would like to thank the following
   billboard sponsors for their support.




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Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Enrollment: 26,000
President: Cynthia Biotheau
Athletic Director: Norma Carr
Sports Information Director: Hannah Lee/Lisa Peshell
Mascot: Bruin
Colors: Royal Blue and Gold
Head Baseball Coach: D.G. Nelson                            Location: Henderson, Nev.
Last Season’s Record:39-20 overall, 27-13 SWAC              Enrollment: 33,000
                                                            Interim President: Thomas Brown
                                                            Athletic Director: Tim Chambers
                                                            Sports Information Director: Daniel Cabrera
                                                            Mascot: Coyote
                                                            Colors: Navy blue and gold
                                                            Head Baseball Coach: Tim Chambers
                                                            Last Season’s Record: 44-16 overall, 30-10 SWAC




Location: Price, Utah
Enrollment: 2,500
President: Ryan Thomas
Athletic Director: Dave Paur
Mascot: Golden Eagle
Colors: Navy Blue and Gold
Head Baseball Coach: Scott Madsen
Last Season’s Record: 11-46 overall, 7-33 SWAC


                                                            Location: Carson City, Nev.
                                                            Enrollment: 5300
                                                            President: Dr. Carol A. Lucey
                                                            Athletic Director: John Kinkella
                                                            Sports Information Director: Anne Hansen
                                                            Mascot: Wildcats
                                                            Colors: Blue and Gold
                                                            Head Baseball Coach: DJ Whittemore
                                                            Last Season’s Record: 38-20 overall, 29-11 SWAC

Location: Rangely, Colorado
Enrollment: 3,600
President: John Boyd
Athletic Director: Jeff Devere
Mascot: Spartan
Colors: Red, White and Black
Head Baseball Coach: Tom Cassera
Last Season’s Record: 10-41 overall, 6-34 SWAC




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          Southern Idaho Baseball 2009 Media speed Roster



 Kasey Jeroue - #1        Ryan Lay - #2           Tyler Chism - #3     Cameron Cushing - #4    Remington Pullin - #5
   5-9 Fr INF/P             5-9 Fr OF                6-1 So OF            6-0 So Catcher          5-11 Fr C/INF
 Twin Falls, Idaho       Bakersfield, Calif.      Taylorsville, Utah     Caldwell, Idaho         Twin Falls, Idaho




 Chris Gokey - #6         Casey Lish - #8        Alex Hancock - #9     Colby Robison - #10      Garrett Wolff - #12
   5-10 Fr C/P               6-2 Fr P                6-1 So OF              6-1 Fr P               5-10 So INF
  Roberts, Idaho          Pocatello, Idaho        Pocatello, Idaho       Rexburg, Idaho          Rapid City, S.D.




Dale Anderson - #14     Preston Olson - #16      Nate Carlson - #17    Tanner Craswell - #18     Andy Fox - #19
   6-1 Fr INF/P               6-6 Fr P               6-4 So OF              6-2 Fr INF             6-2 So INF
Strathmore, Alberta      Taylorsville, Utah        Portland, Ore.      Charlottetown, P.E.I.    Vancouver, Wash.




 Tony Hunt - #20        Victor Spencer - #21    Sam Armstrong - #22    Lionel Morrill - #24    Trent Johnson - #25
   6-4 So INF                 6-1 So C                6-3 So P             6-5 Fr OF              6-0 So P/UTL
 Pocatello, Idaho          Burnaby, B.C.         N. Vancouver, B.C.    Edmonton, Alberta        Idaho Falls, Idaho




Tyler Barrett - #26     Logan Clewes - #29      Trey Mohammed - #30     Justin Jensen - #33     Tyler Curtis - #34
     6-3 So P                 6-2 Fr P                6-4 Fr P              6-3 So INF              6-4 So P
   Boise, Idaho       Saskatoon, Saskatchewan       Benicia, Calif.     West Jordan, Utah       West Jordan, Utah
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