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Brad Boyer
Brad Boyer

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Camarillo, Calif.

High School:
Camarillo

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180

Position:
INF

Birthdate:
10/04/1983

Career
Freshman Record Book - Set records for first-year Wildcats in runs (71), hits (83), doubles (16), triples (8) and stolen bases (25) in 2003 ... In 2003 became Arizona's first-ever freshman to be named first team All-Pac-10.

Honors
2003 -- Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American
2003 -- Baseball America Freshman All-American
2003 -- First Team All-Pac-10

Arizona 2003
Season: Led the Pac-10 in stolen bases with 25 ... Finished sixth in the conference in runs scored (71), ninth in total hits (84) and tied for third in triples (8) ... Finished as the team leader in runs (71), doubles (16), stolen bases (25) and at bats (239) ... NCAA Fullerton Regional (May 30-31): Went 4 for 7 (.571) with a pair of runs scored, two RBIs and a stolen base in the postseason ... at #4 Arizona State (May 23-25): Finished just 2 for 11 (.182), but drove in a pair of runs in the series ... Oregon State (May 17-19): Collected just one hit, but still set the Arizona freshman record for runs scored at 69 with a pair of runs in the series ... Cal (May 2-4): Went 4 for 13 (.308) with two doubles, three runs scored and three RBIs ... Went 3 for 3 in stolen bases to improve to a team-best 23 for the season ... Broke Arizona's freshman single-season records in both doubles and stolen bases in the series ... at Sac State (April 28): Tied Arizona's 52-year old record with six runs scored in a single game in UA's 21-13 win. Finished 4 for 5 with a school-record-tying three doubles and his fifth home run of the season ... at #4 Stanford (April 25-27): Went 6 for 14 (.429) with a double, a triple, two stolen bases, two RBIs and five runs scored in three starts ... Finished the series finale on Sunday 3 for 5 with two runs and two stolen bases ... at Washington State (April 17-19): Hit .273 (3 for 11) with a team-high five runs scored in three starts ... Sac State (April 14): Went 1 for 3 with two runs scored in the loss ... Washington (April 11-13): Batted .400 (4 for 10) with two triples, two RBIs and three runs scored ... Miami (OH) (April 4-6): Hit just .154 (2 for 13) in three starts, but still scored four runs and stole two bases in the series ... at UCLA (Mar 28-30): Hit .333 (4 for 12) with a team-high four runs scored ... Went 1 for 3 with a triple and a season-high four RBIs in Sunday's 12-10 win ... USC (Mar. 21-23): Finished the series 7 for 14 (.500) with a team-high four RBIs and two runs scored ... Went 4 for 5 with a season-high three RBIs in Sunday's series clinching win ... Drove in the game-winning run on Saturday with a one-out single in the ninth inning of the 6-5 ball game ... Finished the Saturday game 3 for 5 ... New Mexico (Mar. 18-19): Went 4 for 8 (.500) in two games with two doubles, two RBIs and a run scored ... Went 2 for 2 in stolen bases ... Wagner (Mar. 13-15): Went 3 for 9 (.333) with three RBIs and four runs scored ... Finished the 13-1 series finale win 3 for 5 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Hit his third home run of the season in the game ... Portland (Mar. 11-12): Hit .300 (3 for 10) with two RBIs and a team-high six runs scored in two games ... at #9 Texas (Mar. 7-9): Finished the series 3 for 13 (.231), but played well at third, making two fine plays to save runs from scoring ... #24 Texas A&M (Feb. 28- Mar. 2): Finished with a team-high seven hits while hitting .467 in three starts. Ended the series with six runs scored and was 4 for 4 in stolen bases ... Helped Arizona to the series win with a 4 for 6, 3-run day in the series finale on Sunday ... Oklahoma State (Feb. 24): Was the only Arizona player to collect multiple hits in the game with a 2 for 4 effort. Hit a triple, scored a run and recorded a RBI ... Minnesota (Feb. 21-23): Went 6 for 13 (.462) in three starts at third base. Posted two doubles, five RBIs and four runs scored ... Hit his second career home run, a two-run shot, in UA's 13-10 loss on the 21st ... At UC Irvine (Feb. 14-16): Missed only game of the season in the series opener due to the flu ... Finished the series 2 for 8 with a run scored and a pair of walks ... #10 Baylor (Feb. 7-9): Went 6 for 15 for a .400 average and posted a .471 on-base percentage in three starts against the Bears ... Scored four runs and tallied four RBIs out of the lead off spot in the order ... Hit his first collegiate home run, a two-run shot, in Saturday's game ... BYU (Jan. 30-Feb. 1): Hit .429 (6 for 14) with five runs scored and two RBIs in his Arizona series debut ... Had four hits and four runs scored in Arizona's come-from-behind win on Friday.

High School
Graduated from Camarillo High School where he earned three varsity letters for coach Scott Cline ... Was named All-Ventura County twice ... Was a three-time All-Pacific View League honoree ... Team captain all three varsity seasons ... Was named All-Southern Division I his senior season ... Set a Southern Division I record for runs in a season his senior year with 61 ... Also was an accomplished wide receiver at Camarillo ... Earned two varsity football letters for coach Dennis Deidmiller ... Named team captain his senior year ... Was an All-Southern Division 4, All-Ventura Country and all-league wide receiver after setting Camarillo records for receiving yards in a season and single game, as well as receptions in a season and game ... Also earned two varsity letters in basketball for coach Mike Prewitt ... Was team captain his senior year ... Was a member of Camarillo's Honor Roll for two years.

Summer Leagues
Participated at the Team One National Showcase in Tempe ... Played at the 2001 Area Code Games.

Personal
Full name: Brad Robert Boyer ... Born: 10/4/83 in Santa Monica, Calif. ... Undecided in area of academic pursuit ... Son of Bob and Terri Boyer ... Lists football and basketball among as his hobbies.

Career Stats

Year       Avg   GP-GS     AB    R    H   2B   3B   HR  RBI   BB   SO   SB-ATT
2003....  .351   56-56    239   71   84   16    8    5   47   24   28   25-31
TOTAL...  .351   56-56    239   71   84   16    8    5   47   24   28   25-31


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