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160, Age 20, Sophomore
Center High School, Valley
from University of Sioux Falls
Valley Center, Calif.
with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
2003: Started every game at
third base for the Comets and finished the season
as the club's third-leading hitter with a .388
average. ... A first-team All-Pacific Coast
Conference selection. ... Led the club in hits
(73) with 2 home runs, 9 doubles, a triple and 21
steals in 23 attempts, ranking him fifth on the
all-time Palomar list, trailing only Tim
Mulligan, Ron Howard, his old high school coach
Billy Dunckel and Kyle Floquet. ... Hit .374 in
the Pacific Coast Conference. ... Was the leadoff
hitter in all 42 games. ... Also played
often-spectacular defense. ... Possibly the best
defensive third baseman the Comets have had since
current assistant coach Brian Kooiman, who went
on to star at San Diego State and play pro
baseball. ... Was 2-for-6 with 2 runs scored and
an RBI in a 16-14 victory over Cochise Community
College of Douglas, Ariz., on Feb. 1. ... Went
2-for-5 vs. Golden West on Feb. 7. ... Went
3-for-4, walked and stole 2 bases against Long
Beach City College on Feb. 8. ... Was 3-for-5 vs.
Orange Coast on Feb. 19 with a steal. ... Went
4-for-6 with a double vs. Golden West on Feb. 20.
... Went 3-for-5 with 2 runs scored and a steal
to help spark a 6-3, 10-inning win over
Southwestern on March 6. Beat out a bunt for a
single and scored a run in the Comets' 3-run 10th
inning. ... Went 2-for-6 with his first college
home run, a solo shot over the right field fence
in the third inning, as Palomar beat defending
Pacific Coast Conference champion Grossmont 9-0
on the road March 11. ... Went 3-for-4 in a 15-1
win over Imperial Valley on March 18. ... Came
back against IVC on March 20 and went 4-for-5
with an RBI and a walk in the Comets' 18-0
victory. ... Was 2-for-4 and drove in a run in a
6-3 victory over San Diego City College on March
21. ... Went 2-for-5 in a 7-3 win at San Diego
Mesa on March 26 with a triple and double. ...
Went 4-for-4 vs. San Diego City on March 29,
walked twice and stole a base. ... Went 3-for-5
in a 6-3 win over Southwestern on April 1. ...
Went 2-for-5 with a double and 2 RBIs in a 14-10
win vs. Grossmont on April 8. ... Made one of the
Comets' most spectaular defensive plays of the
season in a 7-0 win over Imperial Valley in the
seventh inning April 12 when he charged toward
the plate on a squeeze bunt, fielded the ball and
gunned the ball home to get the baserunner,
preserving a shutout for pitcher Brad Clipp. ...
Went 2-for-5 in a 10-3 win over Glendale on April
16. ... Went 4-for-7 with a double, 3 runs scored
and an RBI as the Comets pounded San Diego Mesa
18-5 on the road to clinch their fourth
conference championship in the last six years.
... Went 2-for-4 vs. San Diego City College on
April 29. ... Doubled, walked 3 times, scored 4
runs and stole a pair of bases in a 20-0 victory
over Imperial Valley on April 30. Postseason
spectacular 9-for-16 in the Southern California
Regionals as he helped lead the Comets to the
Site D championship game. ... Hit safely in his
first 7 at-bats in the postseason. ... Went
5-for-5 with a double, RBI, 4 runs scored and 2
steals in Palomar's Regional opener, a 13-8
victory over East Los Angeles. ... Went 2-for-4
with a double in a 3-0 loss to eventual Regional
champion Santa Ana. ... Contributed a single and
a steal in an 11-7 win over College of the Desert
in the Comets' third game of the Regionals. ...
Singled, walked twice, scored a run and stole his
fourth base of the postseason in the Regional
finals, when Palomar led Santa Ana 4-2 in the
ninth inning before finally losing.
2002: Made second-team
All-Great Plains Athletic Conference as an
infielder at the University of Sioux Falls in
Sioux Falls, S.D. ... Batted .432 with 7 doubles,
a triple and 23 stolen bases. ... Also played
soccer at Sioux Falls, making the All-Great
Plains Athletic Conference second team.
for former Palomar star, San Diego State
All-American outfielder and Angels minor leaguer
Bill Dunckel at Valley Center High School. ...
Helped lead the Jaguars to two Valley League
championships and two CIF-San Diego Section
Division III championship-game appearances. ...
Made first-team All-Valley League as a junior.
Then, as a senior, was first-team All-Valley
League, first-team All-North County, team MVP and
Golden Bat award winner. Batted .457 as a junior
with 23 stolen bases, and ..450 as a senior with
25 steals. ... Played in the North County Seniors
All-Star game. ... Also was an All-Valley League
first-team selection in soccer as both a junior
and a senior.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 24, 1982 in
San Diego. ... Son of Dianne and Steven Guiliano.
... Has two brothers, Eric (23) and Greg (17).
after Southern California Regionals. Player
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