Palomar College
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San Marcos, CA 92069
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John Woods


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NO. 32





6-2, 200, Age 20, Sophomore

Ocdanside HS, Oceanside, Calif.

Hometown: Oceanside, Calif.



2005 SEASON: High on Major League clubs' potential draft lists after coming on strong during the 2005 season. ... Voted to the All-Pacific Coast Conference first team by conference coaches and played a key role as the Comets became the first San Diego County team to advance to the State Championship Game in 31 years. ... Played a key role in Palomar's Final Four run in Fresno over Memorial Day weekend, which ended one win short of a State title. ... Finished the season with a 5-2 record and a 3.50 earned run average.. ... Was 4-1 in conference play with a 2.28 ERA, striking out 43 and walkingn 9 in 51 1/3 innings. ... Surrendered only 2 earned runs in his last 25 innings of the regular season. ... Started the season opener vs. Ventura on Feb. 3 and threw 4 shutout innings before tiring and leaving the game in the fifth. Wound up with a non-decision in a game the Comets won 5-3. ... Has started 4 games as of March 20. ... Gave up one run on two hits in five innings vs. Mt. SAC on March 24. ... Beat San Diego Mesa 9-2 on March 31, giving up two runs on six hits in a seven-inning stint, striking out seven and walking one. Took a four-hit shutout into the seventh inning. Gave up 1 run on 2 hits in 5 innings April 7 to beat Impeiral Valley on the road. ... Gave up 2 runs on 6 hits in 6 1/3 innings April 14 vs. Southwestern. Led 3-0 when he came out of the game, which the Comets eventually lost in the bottom of the ninth. ... Pitched 8 shutout innings to beat San Diego City College 2-0 on April 21, giving up only 5 hits. ... Threw 8 innings of 7-hit ball, sttriking out 9, vs. host Grossmont on April 30, giving up 2 earned runs but was a hard-luck 3-2 loser in a game that he touched 92 mph for pro scouts. ... Shut out Imperial Valley 1-0 with a 4-hitter, 8 sttrikeouts and 1 walk in the Comets' regular-season finale on May 5. Won a pitching duel from the Arabs' J.R. Stevens, who threw a 2-hitter. Southern California Super Regionals — Pitched 6 2/3 strong innings to keep the Comets in the game in a victory over Cuesta on May 21 that staved off elimination in a tournament they won the following day. Scattered 4 hits in the 6 2/3 innings, striking out 7. State Final Four — Beat host Fresno City College in the winners' bracket finals, giving up 3 earned runs in 5 1/3 innings.

2004 SEASON: Had a 3.00 earned run average with 9 strikeouts in 6 innings to begin the season but wound up taking a medical redshirt due to an injury. ... Pitched 2 innings of shutout, 1-hit relief vs. Cerritos in the Comets' season opener on Feb. 6. ... Struck out 7 batters in 4 innings in his first start of the season Feb. 21 vs. Mt. SAC.

2003: Struck out 10 batters in 10 1/3 innings. ... Appeared in 7 games. ... Recorded the win in relief March 11 as the Comets defeated defending Pacific Coast Conference champion Grossmont 11-10 in 10 innings. ... Pitched a scoreless inning in relief March 20 in an 18-0 win over Imperial Valley. ... Pitched a shutout inning, striking out 2, April 30 in a 20-0 victory over the Arabs.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Dave Barret at Oceanside High School. ... Was a second-team All-Valley League selection as a senior. ... Started the 2002 CIF-San Diego Section Division II championship game against Eastlake and pitched shutout ball through five innings. ... Overcame tendenitus in his shoulder to go 6-0 as a senior. ... Also batted .78 with 3 home runs, 12 doubles and 5 tirples. ... Set a school record by driving in 8 runs in one game.

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 18, 1984 in West Hills, Calif. ... Son of Pat and Kathy McNamara. ... Has two sisters. Michelle (21) and Kallie (18) ... Grandson of Don Moore, who played for five seasons in the Cubs and Yankees organizations, and nephew of Don Moore, who played six years in the Cardinals organization. ... Cousin of Matt Moore, who plays quarterback at Colorado State..

(Note: Updated on June 2, 2005. Player biographies are updated at least weekly during the season.)

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