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Palomar Comets Baseball 2009


NO. 20 / 1b, So, 6-1, 215; BATS: Right; THROWS: Right


HIGH SCHOOL: Temescal Canyon (Lake Elsinore, CA), Class of 2006

NCAA DIVISION II COLLEGE: Committed to Cal State San Bernardino on Aug. 4.

NAIA COLLEGE: Red-shirted at Cal Baptist University in 2007

PREVIOUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played at Riverside Community College during the 2008 season.

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 15, 1988 in Orange, CA. ... Son of Ric and Cindy Sisco. ... Has one brother, (Chance, 14) and one sister (Lauren, 18).

ACADEMICS: Carried a 3.87 grade-point average and was a first-team all-league academic honoree all three seasons on the varsity at Temescal Canyon High School.

2009 SEASON: All-Pacific Coast Conference selection. ... Batted .307 through the regular season and finished the year overall with.311 average, nine doubles, four home runs and 35 RBIs to tie for 28th on the all-time Palomar single season list as a first baseman and designated hitter  Had a .470  slugging percentage. ... Hit .333 playing in five of the Comets' six post-season games.  ... Appeared in 43 games and starting 33. ... Batted .274 in 23 Pacific Coast Conference games. ... Slugged a two-run home run and singled, going 2-or-3, as the Comets pinned a 5-2 loss on Cypress, which has been ranked No. 2 in Southern California most of the season , in their season opener on Jan. 27. ... Was 2-for-4, doubled and drove in four runs vs. then Southern California No. 1-ranked Santa Ana on Jan. 29. ... Was 2-for-3 vs. Golden West on Jan.31. ...  Went 3-for-4 and drove in a run in a 12-7 win over Los Angeles Pierce on Feb. 12. ... Helped lead the Comets to a 22-2 rout of Rio Hondo in Whittier on Feb.14 by going 3-for-4, doubling, driving in two runs and scoring three. ... Doubled in a 12-5 win at Southern Cal-ranked Mt. San Jacinto on Feb.  19. ... Singled to drive in two runs to help the Comets beat Imperial Valley 13-0 on March 5 on the road. ... Hit a three-run homer and was hit twice by pitches in a 14-1 win on the road over San Diego City College on March 12. ... Homered in a 10-7 win at Grossmont on March 28 as the first-place Comets opened up a two-game lead over the Griffins in the conference race. ... Went 5-for-6 with his fourth home run, three doubles, six RBIs and five runs scored in a 25-2 rout of Imperial Valley on the road on March 31. ... Went 2-for-2 with an RBI double and also reach base on a walk and as a hit batter to a 4-1 win over Imperial Valley on April 2. ... Went 2-for-3 as the Comets, ranked No. 2 in Southern California, knocked off top-ranked Orange Coast 2-0 on April 8. Singled to  lead off the fifth inning and scored what turned out to be the winning run. ... Drove in the winning run on a fielder's choice in the sixth inning as the Southern California No. 1-ranked Comets downed Southwestern 4-2 on April 25 at Myers Field to clinch the undisputed PCC championship. ... Went 2-for-4 as the Comets downed Citrus 10-2 on May 8 to begin a sweep of the teams' best-of-3 first-round Southern California Regional sweep.... Doubled and scored in a run in a 5-0 win over Mt. SAC on May 15 to begin the Palomar Super Regional. ... Went 2-for-4 and drove in a run on May 16 in a 7-3 victory over Long Beach City College. ... Delivered a two-run single to help spark the Comets' five-run eighth-inning rally that got them within a run of Santa Ana in the Super Regional championship game -- one they eventually lost 10-7.

2008 SEASON: Played for Riverside Community College.

2007 SEASON: Red-shirted at Cal Baptist University.

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL: Was a first-team All-Southwestern League selection and first-team All Riverside County under coach Don Krueger at Temescal Canyon his sophomore, junior and senior seasons (2004-05-06). ... Was first team All-Valley in 2004, selected by The Californian newspaper. ... Was a second-team All-CIF-Southern Section selection in 2004 and 2005 and an All-CIF honorable mention pick in 2006. ... Hit .379 for the Titans as a junior and .416 with 25 RBIs as a senior. ... Played for the Riverside County All-Star team after his senior season for current Palomar assistant coach Rich Graves, who was the head coach at Riverside Martin Luther King High School,.

(Updated as of Aug. 4, 2009)

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