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Release: 06/21/1999
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May 19, 1998

 
Thurs., May 21  Arkansas                11 a.m CST
Fri., May 2     NCAA Midwest Regional   3 p.m. or 7 p.m. CST
Sat., May 3     NCAA Midwest Regional   TBA
Sun., May 4     NCAA Midwest Regional   TBA

ASU -- Arizona State (34-21, 18-11 Pac-10 Southern Division and ranked No. 15 Baseball America and No. 17 Collegiate Baseball in the polls) will travel to Wichita, Kansas to participate in the 1998 NCAA Midwest Regional, May 21-24 at Eck Stadium (Wichita State-host). The Devils, the No. 3 seed, will face fourth-seeded Arkansas (37-19, 13-14 SEC) to open up regional action at 11 a.m. CST on Thursday. Georgia Tech will face Oklahoma State at 3 p.m. CST while Wichita State will take on SE Missouri State at 7 p.m. CST.

COMPLETE 1998 NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL FIELD 
No. 1 seed- Wichita State
No. 2 seed- Georgia Tech
No. 3 seed- Arizona State
No. 4 seed- Arkansas
No. 5 seed- Oklahoma State
No. 6 seed- SE Missouri State

ASU ON THE RADIO -- KMVP 860 AM will broadcast Arizona State's games during the NCAA Midwest Regional, May 21-24. Check your local listing for the dates and times. Tom Dillon and Bob Eger will provide the play-by-play and color commentary respectively.

DID YOU KNOW? -- The Devils won 13 of their last 18 conference games ... ASU posted seven straight wins over ranked opponents (then-No. 24 U of A , then-No. 3 USC and then-No. 11 Oklahoma) ... ASU is 3-7 in its last 10 games ... the Sun Devils won 12 consecutive conference games - the last time ASU did that was in 1990 when they won 13 straight league matchups (a Six-Pac record) ... Arizona State has not been shutout in its last 186 games (last time shutout was a 0-9 loss to USC on April 7, 1995) ... the Devils have allowed only 26 stolen bases (26-for-51) through 55 games ... ASU pitchers have thrown four two-hitters (one complete, three combined) and one one-hitter (combined) in 1998 as well as three shutouts (combined) ... of the Devils last seven losses, six were by one run ... Twenty-two of ASU's games this year have been decided by two runs or less (ASU is 11-12 in those games).

Talk About Tough -- Once again, Arizona State has arguably one of the toughest schedules in the nation this year. The Sun Devils will play 34 games versus Top 25 teams (preseason top 25 by Baseball America). Five Six-Pac teams were ranked in the preseason top 25. Currently three Pac-10 teams are ranked in the top 15 (according to Baseball America). ASU has played 12 games vs. Top 5 opponents.

DEVILS IN THE SIX-PAC 
 
Individual Batting:
1. Willie Bloomquist, ASU   .413
7. Casey Myers, ASU         .388

Individual Pitching:
2. Chuck Crumpton, ASU      2.06 ERA
6. Phill Lowery, ASU        4.21 ERA
9. Ryan Mills, ASU          4.52 ERA

Hits:
3. Bloomquist, ASU          59
8. Mikel Moreno, ASU        54

Runs:
3. Bloomquist, ASU          49
5. Moreno, ASU              43

Doubles:
5. Andrew Beinbrink, ASU    15
8. Myers, ASU               13

Triples:
2. Bloomquist, ASU          6

RBI:
1. Beinbrink, ASU           51

Stolen Bases:
1. Bloomquist, ASU          20
5. Moreno, ASU              14
6. Beinbrink, ASU           13

Team Fielding:
1. Arizona State            .970

Wins:
5. Lowery, ASU              6-4

Innings Pitched:
4. Mills, ASU               67.2 IP 
5. Lowery, ASU              66.1 IP

Strikeouts:
3. Mills, ASU               83
6. Lowery, ASU              68

Saves: 
5. Crumpton, ASU            4

THE DYNAMIC DUO -- The one-two punch of junior lefties Ryan Mills (Scottsdale, Ariz.) and Phill Lowery (Petaluma, Calif.) have proven to be formidable in 1998. Mills and Lowery have combined for 14 wins and a 4.44 ERA. Lowery (8-4, 3.96 ERA) picked up his eighth win of the season on Sunday, going 6.0 innings, allowing four hits and one run while striking out eight batters in a 18-4 rout of UCLA. Mills sports a 4.87 ERA through 14 starts and picked up his sixth win of the year on Friday, going 5.2 innings with six strikeouts. Lowery is holding batters to a .214 average (.209 vs. righthanded batters) and has won his last three Sunday starts. Mills is tied for second in the league in strikeouts (104), fourth in innings pitched (81.1 IP) and 10th in ERA (4.87). Lowery is ranked sixth in ERA (3.96), third in wins (8-4) and sixth in strikeouts (81). Last year both were among the conference leaders in ERA (Mills, 2.88 ERA ranked 1st and Lowery's 4.13 ERA ranked 7th) and hits per nine inning (Mills, 7.61 hits ranked 1st and Lowery's 8.26 hits ranked 4th).

ON THE BRINK-- Junior Andrew Beinbrink (San Diego, Calif.), who has already picked up some preseason All-America accolades, will anchor ASU's infield from third base in 1998. The 6-3 infielder is one of only three players to start every game this season. He leads the team with nine homeruns, 21 doubles and 74 RBI. He is third on the team in runs scored (54) and third in hits (66). Thirty-four of his 66 hits have been for extra bases. Beinbrink leads the team in two-out RBIs with 28 and is 17-21 in stolen bases. He has had 19 multi-hit games as well as 21 multi-RBI games. He leads the conference in RBI. Beinbrink was recently named a frist-team all-conference selection (he is now a two-time honoree). He hit .600 vs. USC with seven runs scored and eight RBI as well as one double and three homeruns and was honored as Six-Pac Player of the Week.

 
PAC-10 (SOUTHERN DIVISION) STANDINGS
Team                 W-L    Pct.    GB     This Week
1. Stanford         22-8    .733    --     Regionals
2. USC              21-9    .700    1.0    Regionals
3. Arizona State    18-11   .621    3.5    Regionals
4. Arizona          12-18   .400    10.0   idle
5. UCLA             11-19   .367    11.0   idle.
6. California        5-24   .172    16.5   idle

MURPHY YOUNGEST TO REACH 500 WINS -- Arizona State head coach Pat Murphy reached the 500-win mark with a 7-6 victory over California. His career record now stands at 515-256-3 over 13 seasons as a head coach. He becomes the youngest coach, at age 39, to reach the 500-win mark (with 75% of wins from Division 1 schools). Murphy joins the ranks of such greats as Ron Fraser, Miami (age 41), Cliff Gufstason, Texas (age 47), Bobby Winkles, ASU (age 41), Ron Polk, Mississippi State (age 41), Rod Dedeaux, USC (age 49), Jim Brock, ASU (age 45) and Gene Stephenson, Wichita State (age 52).

THE LAST HURRAH -- Senior outfielder Mikel Moreno will end a long and successful career at ASU after this season. Through 55 games, he is batting .343 with 45 RBI and 81 hits. He has also swiped 24 bases in the 1998 season and is batting well against righthanders (.362). The speedy rightfielder has started all 55 contests and put together a 21-game hitting streak dating back to the 1997 season before going 0-for-5 vs. FSU (2/7) earlier this year. He has had 26 multiple-hit game and 12 multiple RBI games this year. Moreno, a two-year starter, has moved into second all-time in career runs scored at ASU with 222. Moreno needs just two runs to tie the record. He ws recently named an honorable mention on the All-Pac-10 (Southern Div.) team

PITCHERS CORNER -- A lot of new faces grace the bullpen in 1998, including junior transfer Chuck Crumpton (Mesquite, Texas). Crumpton has pitched 59.2 innings of relief for the Devils in 1998 and was a part of two of ASU's combined shutout victories. He sports an impressive 2.87 ERA (lowest on the team and second in the Six-Pac) and a 3-7 record with five saves and a team-high 33 appearances.

His 33 appearances ties for fifth all-time in single-season appearances at ASU. The 6-4 righthanded pitcher helped lead Northeast Texas CC to the '96 Junior College National Championship and was the winning pitcher in the championship game over Meridian JC. Freshman pitchers joining the roster are LHP Drew Friedberg, RHP Robby Milner and RHP Chad Pennington. Pennington (5-2, 4.13 ERA, two saves) pitched his first collegiate complete game in a 3-2 win over Southern Utah, allowing only five hits, two earned runs, one walk and nine strikeouts. Transfer Aaron Kramer (Grand Canyon U.) has also joined the ASU pitching staff and has been strong out of the bullpen and as a mid-week starter. In his first start of the 1998 season vs. Grand Canyon, Kramer went 5.0 innings, allowing only two hits, no runs, one walk while striking out a career-high 10 batters. He is 6-2 overall with a 3.79 ERA in 23 appearances. Kramer picked up his sixth win vs. UCLA, pitching 1.2 innings in relief. He is 4-2 in league play with no starts. Sophomore Jay Gehrke and Colin "C.J." Call could also see some time in postseason play.

THE HIT MAN -- Sophomore Willie Bloomquist (Port Orchard, Wash.) leads the Arizona State offense in '98. The infielder/outfielder is batting .416 and leads the team in hits (92), runs scored (73), stolen bases (29), triples (9) and walks (53). Bloomquist has had multiple-hit games in 28 of 55 and has 15 multiple RBI games. He is batting .436 with runners in scoring position, .415 vs. lefties and .417 vs. righthanders. He is second on the team in two-out RBI with 18 on the year and hit his first homerun of the season vs. Washington (3/27). Bloomquist leads the Six-Pac in hits, batting average and triples. Bloomquist was invited to the summer camp for the 1998 USA Baseball National Team. Training camp is scheduled to open June 1 at Hi Corbett Field in Tuscon, Arizona. He was recently a first-team All-Pac-10 selection (Southern Div.).

CASEY AT BAT -- Freshman designated hitter Casey Myers is batting at a .389 clip (65-for-167) with 17 doubles (second on the team) and seven homeruns. He has made 44 starts in 46 appearances. Myers has hit 17 doubles in his last 24 games and is batting an amazing .545 vs. lefties.. He is second on the team in multi-RBi games with 16. Versus nationally-ranked Oklahoma and conference foe UCLA, Myers went nine-for-17 with eight runs scored, three homeruns while collecting nine RBI. For his efforts, he was named Six-Pac Player of the Week. He was also named Six-Pac Player of the Week for his performance vs. Arizona (4/6). Myers was recently invited to the USA Baseball National Team summer camp along with teammate Willie Bloomquist. He was named an honorable mention on the All-Pac-10 team (Southern Div.) and named Newcomer of the Year by his teammates at the Arizona State Baseball Banquet.

DRAFTED DEVILS -- Sixteen current players on the 1998 Arizona State squad have been taken in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft:

 
Phill Lowery        1995    Texas Rangers         2nd     round
Willie Bloomquist   1996    Seattle Mariners      8th     round
Mark Ernster        1996    Chicago Cubs          12th    round
Ryan Mills          1995    New York Yankees      13th    round
Robby Milner        1997    Texas Rangers         13th    round
Andrew Beinbrink    1995    Boston Red Sox        14th    round
Jay Gehrke          1996    Baltimore Orioles     24th    round
Drew Friedberg      1997    Arizona Diamondbacks  25th    round
Kevin Tillman       1996    Houston Astros        30th    round
Dan Meier           1996    Texas Rangers         32nd    round
Jeremy Jones        1995    Colorado Rockies      36th    round
Jeff Phelps         1997    Pittsburg Pirates     36th    round
Jay Sitzman         1996    Milwaukee Brewers     37th    round
Greg Halvorson      1995    Oakland A's           38th    round
Jeremy Jones        1996    Cleveland Indians     38th    round
Chuck Crumpton      1995    San Diego Padres      39th    round
Chuck Crumpton      1996    Philadelphia Phillies 49th    round
Aaron Kramer        1996    New York Yankees      72nd    round

LEON PULLS DOUBLE DUTY -- Senior Richy Leon (San Luis, Ariz.) will once again split his time in the field and on the mound in 1998. Leon will see time at second base and as a righthanded starter/middle reliever for the Devils. He is currently batting .280 (372-for-132) with 29 runs scored and 23 RBI. He picked up a win in his first start of the season, going 6.1, allowing only one earned run vs. No. 1 Stanford. For his efforts, he was named Six-Pac Pitcher of the Week. Since then, however, Leon has received only two decision (a win vs. Washington and vs. Arizona) in his last seven starts. The senior has a 7.25 ERA in 13 appearances (49.2 IP) with 44 K's. He is holding opponent lefties to a .222 average. Leon hit his fourth homerun of the season with a three-run shot vs. UCLA (4/17).

Mills earns National Player of the WEEk honors -- Junior lefty Ryan Mills was honored as a Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week and The Sporting News for his performance vs. then-No. 3 USC. Mills picked up his fifth win in a 18-3 rout of the Trojans. He went 8.0 innings, allowing only three hits, two earned runs, five walks and struck out a season-high 15 batters.

Head Coach Pat Murphy

Fourth season at Arizona State: 142-85 Div. I Record (10th year): 460-201-1 Career Record (13th year): 515-256-3

Pat Murphy now in his fourth season at Arizona State after spending seven years at Notre Dame, has left his mark on Arizona State baseball. In his first year, Murphy guided ASU to a 34-21 record and put together the No. 1 recruiting class in the country. In 1996, he directed ASU to a 35-21 record and a No. 25 final ranking by Baseball America. His recruiting class was ranked third in the country. Last year marked ASU's return to postseason play as ASU went 3-2 in the NCAA Atlantic Regiona, narrowly missing out on a trip to Omaha. The Devils finished with a 39-22 record and a No. 11 ranking by Baseball America and No. 14 ranking by Collegiate Baseball. Murphy has also started the Pitch-by-Pitch Baseball Academy which holds baseball camps and clinics year round, not only in Phoenix, but around the country as well. His 426-180-1 Division I record gives him a winning percentage of .702, seventh-best among active NCAA coaches with a minimum of five years of Division I experience.

Murphy's Notre Dame teams recorded 45 or more wins in each of the past six seasons and advanced to the finals of an NCAA Regional each of the last three seasons.

The Syracuse, N.Y., native was hired August 17, 1994, and immediately set to work on building his program.

He also has international coaching experience, guiding the Dutch National Team to the European championship in the summer of 1987, and helping to develop baseball in Australia as a state manager in New South Wales in 1984.

FOR THE RECORD --  A start-by-start breakdown of LHPs Phill Lowery and Ryan Mills:

Phill Lowery IP H ER BB SO W/L vs. CS Northridge (1/22) 7.0 3 0 5 5 W vs. Hawaii-Hilo (1/30) 7.0 3 1 4 3 W vs. Florida State (2/7) 6.0 8 2 0 7 L vs. Washington St. (2/14) 6.0 6 3 2 6 - vs. California (2/22) 9.0 5 4 4 9 W vs. Stanford (2/28) 2.1 3 6 2 3 L vs. UCLA (3/7) 6.0 4 2 3 9 W vs. USC (3/14) 5.0 6 4 3 7 L vs. California (2/20) 7.0 2 1 1 12 W vs. Washington (2/27) 5.0 7 7 3 5 L vs. Arizona (4/5) 6.0 4 1 2 2 W vs. USC (4/11) 5.0 5 2 3 5 W vs. UCLA (4/19) 6.0 4 1 3 8 W vs. Arizona (4/26) 4.1 8 7 1 4 - vs. Stanford (5/2) 7.1 6 3 2 2 L

Ryan Mills IP H ER BB SO W/L vs. New Mexico State (1/23) 6.0 3 0 0 11 W vs. Hawaii-Hilo (1/29) 8.0 6 0 2 7 W vs. Florida State (2/6) 7.1 6 2 3 4 L vs. Washington St. (2/13) 8.0 2 1 2 12 W vs. California (2/20) 5.0 9 4 2 5 - vs. Stanford (2/27) 4.0 9 7 0 2 L vs. UCLA (3/6) 5.0 8 5 2 4 - vs. Oklahoma (3/10) 4.0 5 4 3 6 - vs. USC (3/15) 3.0 6 5 1 1 L vs. California (3/21) 6.0 4 1 3 13 W vs. Washington (3/28) 7.0 6 2 1 10 - vs. Arizona (4/3) 4.1 3 3 6 8 - vs. USC (4/9) 8.0 3 2 5 15 W vs. UCLA (4/17) 5.2 11 8 3 6 W vs. Arizona (4/24) 4.0 2 2 6 7 - vs. Stanford (5/1) 8.0 5 2 2 7 -

LAST HOMERUN Andrew Beinbrink vs. USC (April 11, 1998) Willie Bloomquist vs. USC (April 11, 1998) Michael Collins vs. USC (April 11, 1998) Dustin Delucchi vs. California (March 17, 1997) Greg Halvorson vs. UCLA (April 19, 1998) Richy Leon vs. UCLA (April 17, 1998) Dan Meier vs. New Mexico (April 29, 1998) Mikel Moreno vs. Arizona (April 5, 1998) Casey Myers vs. New Mexico (April 28, 1998) Jeff Phelps vs. USC (April 11, 1998)

ASU Baseball on the Internet -- Fans can catch-up on the latest news in Sun Devil Baseball on the internet at the official Arizona State Athletics homepage - http://www.thesundevils.com

INJURY REPORT -- Sophomore Kevin Tillman, who has been bothered with a left hamstring strain, will apply for a medical redshirt at the end of this season and is out for the rest of the year. Junior Chip Gosewisch had surgery on his left shoulder on Saturday and is out for the remainder of the season.

Sun Devils On The Radio -- KMVP 860 AM continues its association with Arizona State baseball with a package of 56 home and away games to be broadcast this season. Tom Dillon calls the play-by-play while Bob Eger will handle color commentary duties. The following is a list of the seven games that will not be broadcast by KMVP: Jan. 22 vs. CS Northridge, Jan. 24 vs. Florida International, Jan. 31 vs. Hawaii-Hilo (DH), Feb. 25 vs. Anaheim Angels (exhib.), Feb. 27 vs. Stanford and Mar. 7 at UCLA. You can also listen to the Sun Devils via audionet at www.audionet.com

PACKARD STADIUM TABBED AS ONE OF NATION'S FINEST -- Baseball America recently ranked the top 15 college baseball stadiums in the country and ASU's own Packard Stadium checked in as the 10th best collegiate ballpark. Packard Stadium was the only Six-Pac facility to make the publications list and one of only five West coast ballparks.

PRESEASON PAC-10 COACHES POLL -- Arizona State is picked to finish second in the 1998 Pac-10 Coaches Preseason Poll as voted on by the six head coaches from each of the Six-Pac schools. Here is the complete poll:

1. Stanford (4)
2. Arizona State (2)
3. USC
4. Arizona
5. UCLA
6. California

( ) - denoted first place votes

PRESEASON ACCOLADES -- Two Sun Devils received multiple preseason honors by several publications to kick off the 1998 season: LHP Ryan Mills, first-team All-American (Baseball America), first-team All-American (The Sporting News) and second-team All-American (Collegiate Baseball); 3B Andrew Beinbrink, first-team All-American (The Sporting News), second-team All-American (Baseball America) and second-team All-American (Collegiate Baseball).

1998 National Rankings
(Six-Pac Schools)

School BA CB SN (5/17) (5/17) (5/17)

Stanford 3 2 2 USC 6 8 8 Arizona State 15 17 14

BA- Baseball America CB- Collegiate Baseball SN- The Sporting News

1998 Devils in the Record Book Career Hitting

Most Runs 1. 224 - Gary Atwell, 1970-73 2. 222 - Mikel Moreno, 1995- 3. 216 - Rick Peter, 1974-77 4. 212 - Ken Landreaux, 1974-76 5. 198 - Mike Kelly, 1989-91 Most Doubles 1. 88 - Clay Westlake, 1973-76 2. 70 - Antone Williamson, 1992-94 3. 59 - Stan Holmes, 1978-81 4. 58 - Dan Rumsey, 1986-89 52 - Mikel Moreno, 1995- Most Hits 1. 322 - Clay Westlake, 1973-76 2. 289 - Stan Holmes, 1978-81 3. 286 - Gary Atwell, 1970-73 4. 264 - Antone Williamson, 1992-94 5. 262 - Bob Horner, 1976-78 261 - Mikel Moreno, 1995- Batting Average 1. .408 - Kevin Romine, 1981-82 2. .396 - Hubie Brooks, 1977-79 3. .394 - Willie Bloomquist, 1997- 4. .389 - Mike Sodders, 1980-81 .389 - Dan McKinley, 1995-97 5. .388 - Chris Bando, 1975-78 Individual, Single Game Most Doubles 1. 4 - Mike Devereaux, 1/31/85 vs. UCSB 4 - Gary Atwell, 4/23/71 vs. UTEP 3. 3 - 13 times, most recently by Mikel Moreno, 4/1/97 vs. GCU Most RBI 1. 9 - Tommy Adams, 5/2/90 vs. UNLV 2. 8 - five times, most recently by Scott Shores, 2/9/94 vs. SU 7. 7 - Willie Bloomquist, 2/16/97 vs. Southern Illinois 7 - Kevin Tillman, 2/2/97 vs. Eastern Michigan Most Stolen Bases T1. 4 - Willie Bloomquist, 3/14/98 vs. USC

Sun Devils By Position

C - Jeremy Jones, Jr. .342, 41 H, 23 RBI, 11 2B

1B - Dan Meier, Jr. or Jeff Phelps, Fr.

2B - Richy Leon, Sr. .280, 37 H, 29 R, 23 RBI

3B - Andrew Beinbrink, Jr. .328, 66 H, 54 R, 74 RBI

SS - Michael Collins, Jr. .287, 47 H, 39 R, 28 RBI

LF - Willie Bloomquist, So. .416, 92 H, 73 R, 56 RBI

CF - Rudy Arguelles, Sr. .250, 38 H, 43 R, 13 HBP

RF - Mikel Moreno, Sr. .343, 81 H, 64 R, 45 RBI

DH - Casey Myers, Fr. .389, 65 H, 54 RBI, 17 2B

P - Ryan Mills, Jr. (5/21) 6-3, 4.63 ERA, 118 K

Phill Lowery, Jr. (5/22) 8-5, 4.45 ERA, 87 K TBA (5/23) TBA (5/24)

1998 ASU Baseball Superlatives

Team

Longest Win Streak 11 games (3/29-4/19) Longest Losing Streak 6 games (3/11-3/18)

Most Runs, Game: ASU 24 (USC, 4/11) Opp. 17 (WSU, 2/15 & Stanford, 2/28) Most Runs, Inning: ASU 13 (Florida International, 1/24) Opp. 9 (Fresno State, 3/17) Most Hits, Game: ASU 22 (Arizona, 4/4) Opp. 17 (UCLA, 4/17) Most Hits, I nning: ASU 7 (3 times, last time USC, 4/11) Opp. 7 (Fresno State, 3/17) Most Doubles, Game: ASU 7 (Arizona, 4/4 & 4/25) Opp. 6 (Arizona, 2/25) Most Triples, Game: ASU 3 (Arizona, 4/4) Opp. 2 (WSU, 2/15 & UNLV, 5/58) Most Home Runs, Game: ASU 5 (USC, 4/11) Opp. 3 (5 teams, last time Stanford, 5/3) Most Stolen Bases, Game: ASU 7 (Florida International, 1/24) Opp. 3 (New Mexico, 4/28) Most Double Plays (turned), Game: ASU 3 (3X, last time UCLA, 4/17) Opp. 4 (UCLA, 4/19) Most Errors, Game: ASU 5 (vs. Arizona, 4/24) Opp. 6 (UCLA, 4/19) Most Strikeouts (pitching), 9-Inning Game: ASU 18 (California, 3/21) Opp. 14 (Arizona, 4/24) Most Walks (pitching), 9-Inning Game: ASU 12 (Oklahoma, 4/14) Opp. 14 (Cal State Northridge, 1/22) Largest Win. Margin 20 (USC, 4/11) Largest Loss Margin 13 (Stanford, 2/27) Largest Crowd, Home 3,970 (Arizona, 4/24) Smallest Crowd, Home 1,109 (FIU, 1/24) Largest Crowd, Road 3,414 (Fresno St, 3/18) Smallest Crowd, Road 36 (UHH, 2/1)

Longest Hit Streak 21 (Moreno, 4/27-2/6) Most Hits, Game 4 (five players tied) Most Runs, Game 5 (Moreno, 4/4) Most Doubles, Game 3 (Jones, 4/11) Most Triples, Game 2 (Bloomquist, 4/4) Most HRs, Game 1 (nine players tied ) Most RBIs, Game 5 (two players tied) Most SBs, Game 4 (Bloomquist, 3/14)

Most Strikeouts, Game: ASU Pitcher 15 (Ryan Mills, 4/9) Opp. Pitcher 10 (Thomas Ford, UHH, 1/29) Fewest Hits Allowed (CG Effort) ASU Pitcher 2 (Jay Gehrke, 1/31) Opp. Pitcher 8 (Austin, Stan., 5/1) Most Walks, Game: ASU Pitcher 6 (Ryan Mills, 4/3) Opp. Pitcher 7 (Vasquez, CSN) Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings: Starter 17.0 (Mills, 1/23-2/6) Reliever 8.2 (Chuck Crumpton, 1/22-2/7)

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