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July 08, 2004 Feb 16- In a busy weekend of WCC baseball action, all eight WCC teams combined to play 31 non-conference games
July 08, 2004 May 31-The West Coast Conference placed three players on the All-American list released by Collegiate Baseball this afternoon
July 08, 2004 With a full-slate of WCC games over the weekend, Pepperdine, San Diego, and Loyola Marymount had two games apiece postponed due to weather
July 08, 2004 Freshman right hander Robert Della Grotta struck out a career-high 1 batters in seven innings while freshman right fielder Justin Sandberg and senior designated hitter Brent Lewis homered to help Pepperdine defeat Portland 9-0 Sunday
July 08, 2004 In non-conference action, Loyola Marymount pounded out 18 hits in a 13-6 victory over Cal State Northridge
July 08, 2004 Portland and Saint Mary's split a double header as Saint Mary's took game one 10-7, while the Pilots took the second game in 10 innings, 9-8
July 08, 2004 Feb 9- Saint Mary's picked up their first two wins of the season at the Pacific Tournament over the weekend, beating BYU on Thursday and the host Tigers on Saturday
July 08, 2004 May 16- Gonzaga, San Francisco, and Santa Clara each finished off three-game WCC series sweeps with wins on Sunday
July 08, 2004 Feb 4- Loyola Marymount concluded its five-game homestand by defeating No 13 ranked Cal State Fullerton 3- on Tuesday
July 08, 2004 Senior left fielder Cory Brightwell collected a career-high tying four hits and sophomore right hander James Johnson allowed just one run over five innings to lead Pepperdine to a 9- victory over Santa Clara in the rubber game of a three-game West Coast Conference (WCC) series Monday after
July 08, 2004 May 9- The West Coast Conference is represented by four baseball players on the Verizon All-District VIII Baseball Team announced today
July 08, 2004 (San Diego, CA) - San Diego out-slugged St Mary's to win game-one of a West Coast Conference series 16-10 Thursday afternoon at USD's Cunningham Stadium
July 08, 2004 Feb 4- USF battled back from a four run deficit to force extra innings, but Sacramento State managed clutch base hits in the bottom of the 10th to take a -4 victory Wednesday in non-conference action at Hornet Field
July 08, 2004 With six non-conference games, Loyola Marymount outlasted CSUN 11-10, and San Diego defeated UC Irvine 6-3
July 08, 2004 Mar 4- Three WCC teams were in action on Wednesday, with Portland falling to Utah Valley State 11-8, and Santa Clara falling 18-4 to 1 ranked Stanford at home
July 08, 2004 Feb 17- The Loyola Marymount University baseball team scored five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat UCLA 7-3 at Page Stadium on Tuesday afternoon, giving Head Coach Frank Cruz his 00th career win at LMU
July 08, 2004 Pepperdine junior Cory Brightwell hit a two-run home run with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning to lift Pepperdine to a dramatic 7-6 come-from-behind victory over host Cal State Fullerton Saturday afternoon and advance to Sunday's regional final at 1 p
July 08, 2004 May 1- Santa Clara scored in the bottom of the ninth to defeat Pepperdine for the second straight day, 6-
July 08, 2004 Feb 9- Sophomore transfer Dustin Realini went -for-3 on the night with four RBI to lead the Santa Clara University Baseball team to a 9-3 victory Tuesday night over BYU (1-6) in front of 478 fans at Buck Shaw Stadium
July 08, 2004 May 1-Gonzaga University first baseman Nate Gold was among 1 players named today as semifinalists for the 00 Rotary Smith Award, given to the nation's top collegiate baseball player
July 08, 2004 TUCSON, Ariz - Santa Clara University junior Anthony Rea was named third-team Louisille Slugger NCAA Division All-America by Collegiate Baseball newspaper following a regular-season in which he ranked fourth nationally and entered the school record books in saves
July 08, 2004 Mar 0- Pepperdine defeated Santa Clara 7-0 behind a 13-strikeout performance from senior Jacob Barrack, while San Francisco belted out 19 hits to take the second game of its series with Portland by a score of 9-4
July 08, 2004 Feb 10- Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine won their season openers, with the Lions edging UC Riverside -4 and the Waves holding on to beat UC Irvine 8-7
July 08, 2004 May 18-The Saint Mary146;s baseball team (-7/14-1 WCC) fell to the Santa Clara Broncos, 11-1, on Saturday, May 18 at Louis Gusto Field
July 08, 2004 Oct - Santa Clara's recruiting class, including top pitching prospect Jared Hughes, was ranked as the th best recruiting class in the nation by lt;igt;Collegiate Baseball Newslt;/igt;
July 08, 2004 In WCC action, Pepperdine handed San Francisco a 1-4 defeat, led by the Waves' Chad Tracy who tallied four RBI
July 08, 2004 May 11-Gonzaga (-6, 13-14 WCC) set the school and West Coast Conference record for home runs in a season on Sunday afternoon as the Bulldogs downed Santa Clara (4-9, 14-13 WCC), 1-4, at August/A
July 08, 2004 Nov 0 - Former Gonzaga Univesity baseball standout Bo Hart earned his first Major League honor as he was named to the Topps All-Rookie team released by Major League Baseball on Friday afternoon
July 08, 2004 May 14- Pepperdine will have to wait until Saturday to try to clinch the WCC West Division, as Santa Clara scored in the bottom of the ninth to edge the Waves -4 on Friday
July 08, 2004 May 18-Brandon Boesch (6-4) scattered five Gonzaga hits on Saturday afternoon as Pepperdine (9-30, 17-1 WCC) clinched the West Coast Conference Coast Division championship with a 4-1 win over Gonzaga (7-8, 14-1 WCC) at August/A
July 08, 2004 Feb 16- The Gonzaga University defense committed three errors on Monday night accounting for five unearned runs as the seventh-ranked Arizona State Sun Devils (6-1) slipped by the Bulldogs 10-7 at Packard Stadium in Tempe
July 08, 2004 Feb 3- A two-run ninth inning rally fell a run short and the Pepperdine baseball team suffered a 6- loss to visiting UC Santa Barbara in a non-conference game Monday afternoon at Eddy D
July 08, 2004 Loyola Marymount baseball clinched the West Coast Conference's Coast Division title with the 10-3 win over Saint Mary's Monday at Louis Guisto Field in Moraga
July 08, 2004 May 9- Gonzaga's Nate Gold has been named one of 40 semifinalists for the Dick Howser Trophy which is presented to the top player in collegiate baseball
July 08, 2004 Santa Clara's Jim Wallace and Saint Mary's Mike Byer were named WCC Player and Pitcher of the Month for April
July 08, 2004 May 17- Lewis-Clark State College, ranked third in NAIA, won their nd consecutive game Monday night as they rallied for three runs in the seventh and eighth innings to knock off the visiting Gonzaga University Bulldogs, 7-, at Harris Field in Lewiston
July 08, 2004 Freshmen pitchers Brian Cox and Given Kutz combined to limit the potent Oregon State (7-1) offense to seven hits and two runs as the Portland Pilots (10-33, -16 WCC) defeated the Beavers 6- Tuesday afternoon at Pilot Stadium
July 08, 2004 The WCC baseball weekend ended with Santa Clara defeating Saint Mary's 14-6, San Diego finished a sweep of Portland 13-3, Gonzaga took -of-3 from Pepperdine with a 10-3 win, and Loyola Marymount shutout San Francisco 7-0
June 11, 2004 University of San Diego catcher Jordan Abruzzo and Pepperdine's Chad Tracy were named 2004 Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American by Collegiate Baseball
June 11, 2004 University of San Diego catcher Jordan Abruzzo and Pepperdine's Chad Tracy were named 2004 Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American by Collegiate Baseball
June 09, 2004 San Diego's Freddy Sandoval, along with Santa Clara's Chad Fillinger, Will Thompson, and Nic Crosta, were selected on the first day of the Major League Baseball Draft
June 06, 2004 The Pepperdine baseball team's improbable run toward its first-ever NCAA Super Regional came to a disappointing conclusion as No
June 04, 2004 Pepperdine junior right hander Kea Kometani turned in eight solid innings and freshman catcher Chad Tracy hit a three-run homer, drove in five runs and scored four times to lead Pepperdine to a 1- victory over No
May 31, 2004 The Pepperdine baseball team, West Coast Conference (WCC) champions, will take on No
May 29, 2004 Pepperdine junior shortstop Patrick Rooney capped a six-run eighth inning to lead Pepperdine to an improbable 12-10 victory over Loyola Marymount Saturday afternoon at George Page Stadium and lifted the Waves to the conference title and an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament
May 28, 2004 Pepperdine junior first baseman Steve Kleen went 4-for-5 and junior right hander Kea Kometani pitched a complete game to lead Pepperdine to a 5-1 victory over Loyola Marymount Friday afternoon in the opener of the West Coast Conference (WCC) Championship Series at George Page Stadium
May 27, 2004 May 27- Seven seniors highlight the WCC/Rawlings All-Conference First Team this year, with Gonzaga sophomore Kiel Thibault earning WCC Player of the Year honors
May 26, 2004 SAN BRUNO, CALIF, -- The 2004 West Coast Conference Spring All-Academic teams honor some of the league’s finest examples of the consummate scholar-athlete
May 24, 2004 May 24- San Diego's Aaron Wilson was named WCC/Rawlings Pitcher of the Week for the second time in three weeks after earning his conference-high 11th win against Saint Mary's on Friday
May 24, 2004 With Santa Clara’s loss to Portland on Friday, Pepperdine clinched its sixth straight WCC division title and will travel to face crosstown rival and Coast Division champion Loyola Marymount in the WCC Championship Series this weekend
May 23, 2004 In the last games of conference play, Santa Clara beat Portland 10-2, as John Redmond earned the victory after allowing two runs in five innings
May 21, 2004 In the final weekend of conference play, Portland played spoiler as they beat Santa Clara 7-6
May 21, 2004 May 21- Gonzaga sophomore Kiel Thibault has been named as a semi-finalist for the 2004 Johnny Bench Award as announced by the Greater Wichita Sports Commission
May 17, 2004 May 17- Loyola Marymount clinched the WCC Coast Division title with a win over Saint Mary’s on Monday and will host the conference’s sixth Championship Series event
May 17, 2004 May 17- Loyola Marymount's Will Quaglieri has been named the WCC/Rawlings Pitcher of the Week after pitching the Lions to a Coast Division clinching victory over Saint Mary's last Monday
May 13, 2004 May 12- San Diego continued its hot streak, defeating California 7-4 at Cunningham Stadium on Wednesday
May 12, 2004 The West Coast Conference continued its success in the Winter and Spring seasons
May 10, 2004 May 10- With the WCC baseball season hitting the home stretch, it appears as if the WCC Championship Series will be held in the Los Angeles area for the sixth straight season
May 10, 2004 May 10- Brent Lewis was tabbed as the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after leading Pepperdine to a sweep of Portland, helping the Waves clinch at least a share of the WCC West Division title
May 08, 2004 USF picked up a solid pitching performance from senior Derek Tate as they beat the Santa Clara Broncos 4-2 Saturday afternoon in West Coast Conference action
May 07, 2004 Josh Hansen hit a walk off three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to power San Diego past Gonzaga 3-0 Friday afternoon at USD's Cunningham Stadium
May 04, 2004 May 4- Loyola Marymount's Stephen Kahn is among a list of 19 collegiate players that USA Baseball has invited to participate in the 2004 USA Baseball National Team Trials to be held June 20-26 in Durham, North Carolina
May 04, 2004 May 4- Gonzaga's Bobby Carlson has been tabbed as the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Month for April after batting
May 03, 2004 May 3- As the division races hit the home stretch, Pepperdine holds a strong lead in the West Division and the LMU retained its three-game lead over San Diego in the Coast Division
May 03, 2004 May 3- Loyola Marymount's Clint McGill was tabbed as the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after leading the Lions to two wins over Pepperdine in a crucial WCC series
May 02, 2004 With the end of the weekend, San Francisco beat San Diego 11-10, Loyola Marymount won its series against Pepperdine with a 12-6 victory, and Santa Clara defeated Gonzaga 11-2 on Sunday afternoon
April 30, 2004 Conference play resumed with Portland defeating Saint Mary's 6-, Gonzaga beat Santa Clara 1-1, San Diego downed San Francisco 9-8, and Loyola Marymount took the first game against Pepperdine 7-3
April 28, 2004 Apr 28- Santa Clara outfielder Nic Crosta has been tabbed as the National Co-Hitter of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, along with Miami's Richard Giannotti
April 26, 2004 Apr 26- Santa Clara's Nic Crosta became the first WCC player to earn national honors this season, as he was named the Collegiate Baseball News Player of the Week following an impressive weekend
April 26, 2004 Apr 26- Santa Clara outfielder Nic Crosta was tabbed as the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after leading the Broncos to two wins over the weekend
April 21, 2004 The USF baseball team took a 5-2 lead into the seventh inning only to see the visiting Rainbows from the University of Hawai'i come back to beat the Dons 6-5 Wednesday afternoon at Benedetti Diamond
April 19, 2004 At the midpoint of conference play, races are heating up in both divisions In the West Division, Pepperdine dropped its first conference series last weekend at San Diego
April 19, 2004 Jeff Culpepper led Gonzaga to four wins last week, including a win over Washington State and a WCC series sweep of Portland
April 18, 2004 The Lions put together an eight-run sixth inning for the 1-7 come-from-behind win in the West Coast Conference series' deciding game at Santa Clara's Buck Shaw Stadium Sunday afternoon
April 17, 2004 In WCC action, Santa Clara defeated LMU 7-, San Diego shut out Pepperdine -0, Gonzaga beat Portland 11-3, while Saint Mary's defeated San Francisco 6-
April 16, 2004 Conference play resumed with Saint Mary's defeating San Francisco 6-, Gonzaga beat Portland 11-, while Pepperdine beat San Diego 11-6
April 15, 2004 College Sports Television (CSTV) will televise the first ever West Coast Conference regular season league contest on Sunday, April 18 when the two time defending WCC Champion San Diego Toreros travel to Malibu, CA to square off against the Pepperdine Waves
April 14, 2004 Apr 14- Six University of Portland pitchers combined to limit George Fox to five hits, as the upstart Pilots dealt the Bruins a 4-2 loss at Pilot Stadium
April 14, 2004 In non-conference baseball action, Gonzaga defeated Washington State 8-, USF beat Sonoma State 9-, while Saint Mary's defeated UC Davis 1-4
April 12, 2004 Apr 12- With the division races heating up, Pepperdine will host San Diego in an interdivisional showdown this weekend
April 12, 2004 Apr 12- San Diego senior Josh Hansen earned WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week honors after leading the Toreros to four wins last week
April 11, 2004 In a full slate of WCC action, including three double-headers, San Francisco took both games against Gonzaga, San Diego took two over Santa Clara, while Portland and LMU split their two games
April 09, 2004 Apr 9- Pepperdine's Chad Tracy was named as the catcher on Baseball America's Freshman Midseason All-America team
April 09, 2004 Apr 8- Jeff Culpepper collected three hits and drove home three runs as Gonzaga picked up a 10-9 non-conference baseball win over Washington State Wednesday evening in a marathon game at Bailey-Brayton Field
April 09, 2004 Conference play resumed with Gonzaga defeating San Francisco 16-9, while Pepperdine defeated Saint Mary's by one run for the second consecutive game
April 08, 2004 WCC Baseball games came down to the wire as each match-up ended in a one-run decision
April 08, 2004 In non-conference action, San Francisco beat Nevada in 11 innings 6-, San Diego beat UC Riverside 16-8, Saint Mary's beat San Jose State 4-, LMU fell to San Diego State 7-4, and Stanford outlasted Santa Clara in 14 innings, 1-8
April 06, 2004 USF's slumbering bats erupted for 10 runs off 10 second inning hits as the Diamond Dons raced past UC Davis 14- in non-conference baseball action Tuesday afternoon at UC Davis
April 05, 2004 Apr 5- San Diego junior Freddy Sandoval earned WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week honors after leading the Toreros to three wins last week
April 05, 2004 Apr 5- Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine continued to surge in WCC action, earning three-game sweeps over Saint Mary's and San Francisco, respectively
April 04, 2004 In WCC baseball action, San Diego won its series over Gonzaga with a 14-0 victory
April 04, 2004 In WCC baseball, San Diego defeated Portland 8-1, and gained a game on Loyola Marymount as the Lions fell 10-7 to San Francisco
April 03, 2004 LMU got a dominating pitching performance from sophomore starter Stephen Kahn (4-1) who pitched a complete game shutout in the Lions -0 victory at Page Stadium over SMC
April 03, 2004 With conference play resuming, Gonzaga defeated San Diego 10-, Pepperdine beat San Francisco 8-4, LMU downed Saint Mary's 10-, and Santa Clara beat Portland 4-1
April 03, 2004 WCC action resumed with Pepperdine defeating Gonzaga 6-4, San Diego beating Portland 9-, LMU beat USF 6-3, while Santa Clara held off Saint Mary's 6-
April 02, 2004 Freshman catcher Chad Tracy enjoyed a remarkable month of March, batting a team-high
April 01, 2004 Loyola Marymount baseball used two big innings to defeat the University of Southern California 11-7 Tuesday afternoon at Page Stadium
March 31, 2004 USD senior Pat Lucy hurled five hitless innings to lead San Diego past visiting UC Riverside 1-4 Wednesday afternoon at Cunningham Stadium
March 30, 2004 Four WCC Baseball squads were in action on Tuesday in non-conference battles with the Big West and Pac-10
March 29, 2004 Mar 29- Pepperdine's Steve Kleen was named as the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after contributing to the Waves' offensive explosion against Portland over the weekend
March 29, 2004 Mar 29- As the conference season heads into its third weekend of play, a number of important divisional matchups are on deck
March 22, 2004 Mar 22- San Francisco's Nick Cirbo has been tabbed as the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after leading the Dons to a 5-0 record last week, including a series sweep of Portland to begin conference play
March 22, 2004 Mar 22- Loyola Marymount and San Francisco opened up early leads in their respective divisions, with LMU taking two-of-three from San Diego to move to the top of the Coast Division and San Francisco sweeping Portland over the weekend to take the lead in the West Division
March 19, 2004 Mar 19- San Diego got a complete game five-hitter from Aaron Wilson to knock off visiting Loyola Marymount 11-2 on Friday
March 18, 2004 The USF Dons wrapped up their first home series of the 2004 campaign with a 6-0 win over Lafayette Wednesday afternoon at Benedetti Diamond, completing the two game sweep
March 16, 2004 The Pepperdine baseball team's bid to complete a seven-run comeback ended at home plate when junior Steve Kleen was thrown out attempting to score the tying run from second base on a base hit with two out in the ninth inning enabling Washington State to hold on for a 9-8 victory in the fin
March 15, 2004 Mar 15- Portland infielder Gustaf Little was tabbed as the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after leading the Pilots to their first three wins of 2004 at the Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic in Fresno
March 15, 2004 Mar 15- The West Coast Conference will begin its 37th season of conference play this weekend
March 10, 2004 Mar 9- Loyola Marymount extended its winning streak to six games with an 11-9 win at UC Santa Barbara, while San Diego defeated Cal State Fullerton 7-6 on the road
March 09, 2004 Mar 9- It will be a busy week of WCC action, as all eight teams prepare for conference play, which begins next week
March 09, 2004 Mar 9- LMU's Billy Lockin was named the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after collecting nine hits in leading the Lions to four victories last week
March 08, 2004 Mar 8- The Portland Pilots exploded at the plate Monday afternoon, recording a season-high 21 hits to snap a 10-game losing streak and earn their first win of the season by a 14-8 margin over Monmouth University at the Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic
March 08, 2004 Senior first baseman Brent Lewis went -for- with three runs scored and five RBI to lead a school-record 31-hit attack as Pepperdine hammered Portland 4-8 in the second game of a doubleheader Saturday afternoon to complete a sweep of a West Coast Conference (WCC) twinbill at Pilot Stadium
March 08, 2004 With the end of the weekend, each WCC baseball team wrapped up their weekend series' on Sunday
March 07, 2004 In Sunday's WCC Baseball action, LMU defeated USD 9-8 in the final game of the opening conference games for both squads
March 07, 2004 Mar 7- All eight WCC squads were in action once again, with LMU improving to 2-0 in conference with a 10-4 win over San Diego and Gonzaga coming from behind to edge Portland 4-3 at the Banana Belt Classic
March 06, 2004 Marshall Bratton connected for a two-run single and Jeff Culpepper added three more runs with a bases clearing double as the Gonzaga University Bulldogs (9-14, 3-1 WCC) exploded for five runs in the top of the ninth inning to break a - tie and cruise to a 7-3 West Coast Conference victory
March 06, 2004 Mar 5- All eight WCC squads were in action on Friday LMU and San Diego squared off in the first conference game of 2004, and the Lions edged the Toreros 5-4
March 05, 2004 Mar 4- The struggles continue for the Portland Pilot baseball team The Pilots opened their doubleheader on Mar
March 03, 2004 The Saint Mary's baseball team showed it could play with the No 1-ranked Stanford Cardinal, as it battled the Cardinal to a - tie until the seventh inning, when Stanford opened up the game and beat the Gaels 7-3 on Tuesday afternoon at Louis Guisto Field
March 03, 2004 Mar - Loyola Marymount exploded for 14 runs, routing Fresno State 14- on Tuesday
March 03, 2004 Mar 3- Santa Clara outfielder Nic Crosta has been named the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Month for February after batting
March 01, 2004 March 1- The WCC begins conference play this weekend, when San Diego heads to LMU in an early season Coast Division showdown
March 01, 2004 Mar 1- San Francisco freshman Jon Norfolk has been named the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after leading the Dons to a 3-1 record last week
March 01, 2004 March 1- Santa Clara took two-of-three from Cal Poly on the road, while San Francisco earned the series win over Hawaii by taking the second two contests
March 01, 2004 Pepperdine freshman left fielder Mike Craig clubbed his first two career home runs and drove in three runs to lead Pepperdine to a 4-1 victory over No
March 01, 2004 Mar 1- San Francisco finished off a sweep of visting Portland with a 7-1 win at Benedetti Diamond on Sunday afternoon, while Clint McGill and Kyle Mura each homered in the ninth inning to lead LMU to a 10-8 win over San Diego at Cunningham Stadium
February 27, 2004 Feb 26- Brigham Young took advantage of four Pepperdine errors to register a 5-0 victory over the Waves in the opener of the Battle At The Beach Tournament at Eddy D
February 23, 2004 Feb 23- Rain washed out a number of games over the weekend as LMU, Pepperdine, and San Diego managed to get only one game in
February 23, 2004 Feb 23- San Diego's Tom Caple has been named the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week after leading the Toreros to a 7-6 win over UC Riverside with a 2-for-3 performance at the plate and a three strikeout performance on the mound
February 16, 2004 Feb 16- Loyola Marymount went 2-2 over the weekend, giving Head Coach Frank Cruz his 198th and 199th career victories
February 16, 2004 Feb 16- Gonzaga junior Eric Dworkis earned WCC/Rawlings Pitcher of the Week honors after beating Oklahoma to record his first win of 2004
February 13, 2004 Feb 12- Portland and San Francisco both began the Oakland A's Collegiate Classic with losses on Thursday
February 09, 2004 Feb 9- Saint Mary's picked up the first two wins of the Jedd Soto era at the Pacific Tournament, beating BYU and the host Tigers
February 06, 2004 Feb 5- The Saint Mary's baseball team earned their first victory of the season on Thursday night with a 9-5 victory over BYU in their first game of the Pacific Tournament held in Stockton, CA
February 02, 2004 Feb 2- Santa Clara and Saint Mary's jumped into 2004 with three-game sets against Big West Conference foes
January 31, 2004 Feb - Santa Clara took two-of-three on the road from UC Riverside, while San Diego fell to 3-3 after dropping two-of-three to Cal State Northridge
January 28, 2004 Jan 28- Santa Clara University today announced that Stephen Schott, owner of the Oakland Athletics, has agreed to give $4 million toward the construction of a new SCU baseball stadium
January 26, 2004 Jan 26- San Diego began the 2004 WCC baseball season with a three-game series at Cal Poly, taking two-of-three from the Mustangs
January 24, 2004 Jan 25- San Diego began the new season on a high note, taking two-of-three from Cal Poly in the season opening series for both squads
January 15, 2004 Jan 15- The WCC earned a #11 Conference Power ranking from Baseball America in the publication's annual Collegiate Baseball Preview
January 12, 2004 Jan 12- Pending final approval from the United States Olympic Committee, USA Baseball announced today that Frank Cruz of Loyola Marymount University will serve as head coach of the 2004 USA Baseball National Team that will represent the United States at the II FISU World University Basebal
January 08, 2004 Jan 8- With two teams earning bids to the post-season for the first time since 1999 last year, the WCC is set to begin another successful campaign in 2004
January 06, 2004 Jan 6- Pepperdine, last season’s Coast Division champion, was picked as the favorite to win the WCC baseball championship in the 2004 WCC preseason poll, as selected by the conference coaches
January 06, 2004 Jan 5- In the Baseball America preseason poll released today, both Pepperdine and San Diego earned rankings among the top-50
December 19, 2003 Dec 19- San Diego was ranked 39th in the nation in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper preseason poll released today
November 19, 2003 Nov 14- Since USA Baseball began selecting players and operating an official National Team to represent the United States in 1984, over 365 collegiate players have donned the Red, White, and Blue uniform from 115 colleges and universities across the country
October 20, 2003 Oct 20- The University of San Diego baseball team will be part of the first official games to be held at San Diego’s new downtown stadium, PETCO Park
October 17, 2003 Oct 17- Former Gonzaga University catcher Mike Redmond will become the third former Bulldogs baseball player to appear in a World Series when the Florida Marlins take on the New York Yankees in the 003 Fall Classic starting Saturday at Yankee Stadium
September 12, 2003 Sep 11-The West Coast Conference has long been a hot bed of talent for collegiate baseball players in California and in the Pacific Northwest
August 27, 2003 2004 BAS Standings

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