Palomar College
1140 W. Mission Rd.

San Marcos, CA 92069
(760) 744-1150 Ext. 2460
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Athletic Director:
John Woods


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NO. 29





6-3, 198, Age 19, Freshman

Scripps Rancho HS, San Diego, Calif.

Hometown: San Diego, Calif.

2005 SEASON: Was 3-0 with a 3.94 ERA and 16 strikeouts in 16 innings as the Comets became the first San Diego County team in 31 years to reach the State Championship Game. ... Had a 3.86 ERA and 2-0 record in the Pacific Coast Conference, where he recorded 7 strikeouts in 7 innings. ... Pitched an inning of relief, giving up an unearned run, in a 9-2 win over Cerritos on Feb. 5. ... Threw a scoreless inning in relief in a 22-4 win over Imperial Valley on March 8, striking out 2. ... Had a 1-2-3 relief inning vs. defending Pacific Coast Conference champion Southwestern on March 12, striking out 1. ... Picked up the win in relief in a 7-5 win over Orange Coast, the first-place team in the Orange Empire Conference, on March 21. ... Notched his second victory with a 3-inning relief effort in the Comets' win over Grossmont on April 2. ... Pitched 2 shutout relief innings to record the win and runhis record to 3-0 as the Comets defeated Imperial Valley 13-3 on April 9. Southern California Super Regionals — Surrendered 1 run in 2 innings vs. Southwestern on May 20, striking out 3. State Final Four — Pitched 1 1/3 innings of scoreless, hitless relief vs. eventual State Champion Santa Rosa in Fresno on May 30 as the Bear Cubs won 5-1 to force an extra game in the double-elimination State Finals. Struck out 2 Santa Rosa batters and walked 0.

HIGH SCHOOL: Pitched and played third base for coach Steve Walker at Scripps Ranch. ... Was first-team All-Eastern League as a senior, going 7-3 with a 2.30 ERA and also batting .422.

PERSONAL: Born Dec. 23, 1985, in Long Beach. ... Son of Teri Denhart. ... Has one brother, Max, 12. ... Great-nephew of Lou Berberet, who played seven years in the Major Leagues for the New York Yankees, Washington Senators, Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers from 1954-1960.

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

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