Arizona State: Strong lefthanded hitter ... possesses big-time potential in his bat.
1999 (Junior): Made nine starts in 26 appearances ... tallied eight extra base hits, including five homeruns ... notched two multiple homerun games ... had five multiple-RBI games as well as four multiple-hit games ... longest hitting streak of the season was four games ... went 2-for-4 with three runs scored, four RBI and two homers vs. Southern Utah (4/30) ... hit .240 in conference games ... went 2-for-6 with two runs scored, two RBI and two homers vs. Washington (5/7) ... hit .333 vs. righties ... hit .364 with the bases empty ... tallied three two-out RBI.
1998 (Sophomore): Redshirted the '98 season.
1997 (Freshman): Played primarily on the developmental squad.
High School: A 1996 graduate of Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe, Ariz. ... a three-year letterwinner in baseball and four-year letterwinner in football ... coached by Tom Huber and Ross Adler ... all-city selection in 1996 ... batted .411 with 14 doubles, three triples and two homeruns his senior year ... 1996 all-region selection ... All-East Valley honoree in '96 ... named Rookie-of-the-Year his sophomore year (Coral Springs High School).
Personal: Majoring in electrical engineering ... parents are Brendan and Hallie Hines of Tempe, Ariz. ... has two sisters, Alicia (18) and Shianna (16) and two brothers, Pierre (14) and Brian (7) ... born on August 30, 1978 ... full name is Brendan Fredrick Hines.
Career Highs Hits: 2 4X last vs. Arizona, 5/15/99 RBI: 4 vs. Southern Utah, 4/30/99 Runs: 3 2X last vs. UA, 5/15/99 HR: 2 2X last vs. Washington, 5/7/99