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Single Season Leaders by Year

At Bats:
1990 – Rich Sermone 101
1991 – Rich Sermone 155
1992 – Rich Sermone 142
1993 – Tony Fair 165
1994 – Tony Fair 174
1995 – Randy Johnson, Rich Sermone 133
1996 – Brett Smith 172
1997 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 197
1998 – Brett Smith 215
1999 – Derek Birley (George Fox) 184
2000 – Brian Barnett 222
2001 – Travis Hanson (University of Portland) 227
2002 – Matt Cunningham (University of California, Riverside) 192
2003 – Robby Hudson (Riverside CC) 220
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) 199
2005 – Wally Crancer (Riverside CC) 180
2006 – Zach Borba (UNLV) 178
2007 – Matt Wyckoff (George Fox) 175
2008 – Billy Clontz (Mt. Hood CC) 202
2009 – Richie Jimenez (Riverside CC) 201
2010 – Daniel Dillard (Western Oregon) 177
2011 – Jimmy Allen (Cal Poly), David Armendariz (Cal Poly) 204
2012 – Caleb Whalen (University of Portland) 210
2013 – Blake Drake (Concordia) 222
2014 – Grant Melker (University of San Diego) 222
2015 – Emilio Alcantar (Linn-Benton CC) 189
2016 – Roman Garcia (University of San Diego) 206
2017 – Matt Kelly (University of Portland) 212
2018 – Chandler Anderson (University of Utah) 258
2019 – Jake Holcroft (University of Portland) 282

Runs:
1990 – Rich Sermone 47
1991 – Rich Sermone 57
1992 – Randy Johnson 73
1993 – Dan Segel 51
1994 – Tony Fair 60
1995 – Randy Johnson 51
1996 – Dan Segel 50
1997 – Brain Graham (University of Portland) 60
1998 – Derek Birley (Centralia CC) 57
1999 – Ryan Suyama (Chemeketa CC) 48
2000 – Brian Barnett 53
2001 – Travis Hanson (University of Portland) 47
2002 – Dave Schoppe 34
2003 – Austin Allen (Mt. Hood CC) 36
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) 47
2005 – Zach Borba (Columbia Basin College) 35
2006 – Matt Hibbitts (Mt. Hood CC) 30
2007 – Matt Wyckoff (George Fox) 26
2008 – Logan Lotti (Sierra College) 34
2009 – Richie Jimenez (Riverside CC) 39
2010 – Dylan Jones (Oregon State) 31
2011 – David Armendariz (Cal Poly) 38
2012 – Marc Gallegos (Corban) 37
2013 – Blake Drake (Concordia) 44
2014 – Grant Melker (University of San Diego) 42
2015 – Jes Staples (Bellarmine) 41
2016 – Kyle Nobach (Oregon State) 43
2017 – Matt Kelly (University of Portland) 51
2018 – Chad Stevens (University of Portland) 50
2019 – Jake Holcroft (University of Portland) 66

Hits:
1990 – Rich Sermone 43
1991 – Rich Sermone 62
1992 – George Ross 65
1993 – Tony Fair 64
1994 – Tony Fair 62
1995 – Rich Sermone 54
1996 – Brett Smith 63
1997 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 68
1998 – Derek Birley (Centralia CC) 80
1999 – Derek Birley (George Fox) 62
2000 – Mike Stewart (University of Portland) 68
2001 – Matt Allen (University of Portland) 73
2002 – Matt Cunningham (University of California, Riverside) 59
2003 – Zach Kosturos (Edmonds CC) 57
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) 77
2005 – Wally Crancer (Riverside CC) 58
2006 – Zach Borba (UNLV) 46
2007 – Matt Wyckoff (George Fox) 58
2008 – Doug Cherry (University of Washington) 55
2009 – Richie Jimenez (Riverside CC) 67
2010 – Michael Blake (Mt. Hood CC) 60
2011 – David Armendariz (Cal Poly) 59
2012 – Marc Gallegos (Corban) 59
2013 – Blake Drake (Concordia) 67
2014 – Grant Melker (University of San Diego) 67
2015 – Emilio Alcantar (Linn-Benton CC) 59
2016 – Andy Atwood (Oregon State), Roman Garcia (University of San Diego) 64
2017 – Matt Kelly (University of Portland) 64
2018 – Chandler Anderson (University of Utah) 87
2019 – Jake Holcroft (University of Portland) 102

RBI:
1990 – Dan Segel 39
1991 – George Ross 46
1992 – George Ross 72
1993 – Tony Fair 48
1994 – Randy Johnson 50
1995 – Rich Sermone 50
1996 – Dan Segel 46
1997 – Brett Smith 52
1998 – Geoff Loomis 54
1999 – Derek Birley (George Fox) 51
2000 – Brian Barnett 39
2001 – Travis Wong (Texas A&M) 51
2002 – Scott Bolcoa (Riverside CC) 43
2003 – Zach Kosturos (Edmonds CC) 42
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) 37
2005 – Zach Borba (Columbia Basin College), Wally Crancer (Riverside CC) 27
2006 – Zach Borba (UNLV) 25
2007 – Jim Murphy (Washington State) 28
2008 – Logan Lotti (Sierra College) 25
2009 – Taylor Ard (Mt. Hood CC) 40
2010 – Daniel Dillard (Western Oregon) 31
2011 – David Armendariz (Cal Poly), Ryan Gorton (Oregon State) 28
2012 – Caleb Whalen (University of Portland) 35
2013 – Kevin Kline (Dixie State), Cody Lenahan (University of Portland) 37
2014 – Kevin Kline (Dixie State) 48
2015 – Emilio Alcantar (Linn-Benton CC), Michael Farris (University of California, Riverside) 32
2016 – Roman Garcia (University of San Diego) 32
2017 – Jordan Qsar (Pepperdine) 53
2018 – Austin Feist (St. Martin’s) 44
2019 – Briley Knight (University of Utah) 50

Doubles:
1990 – Dan Segel 9
1991 – Dan Segel, Rich Sermone 12
1992 – Rich Sermone 18
1993 – Rich Sermone 13
1994 – Rich Sermone 17
1995 – Rich Sermone 16
1996 – Dan Segel, Rich Sermone 10
1997 – Tony Fair 13
1998 – Derek Birley (Centralia CC) 16
1999 – Derek Birley (George Fox) 15
2000 – Adam Stokey (Gonzaga) 13
2001 – Matt Allen (University of Portland) 24
2002 – Matt Cunningham (University of California, Riverside) 12
2003 – Zach Kosturos (Edmonds CC) 16
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) 18
2005 – Wally Crancer (Riverside CC) 12
2006 – Zach Borba (UNLV) 9
2007 – Josh Hogan (Mt. Hood CC) 9
2008 – Alex Burg (Washington State), Logan Lotti (Sierra College), Kyle Stalker (Willamette) 12
2009 – Taylor Ard (Mt. Hood CC) 12
2010 – Corey Davis (Mt. Hood CC) 13
2011 – Sean Myrom (Concordia) 14
2012 – Nick Torres (Cal Poly) 16
2013 – Blake Drake (Concordia), Kevin Kline (Dixie State) 15
2014 – Joe Duffin (Cypress College) 15
2015 – Cameron Bishop (University of California, Irvine) 15
2016 – Roman Garcia (University of San Diego) 14
2017 – Jordan Qsar (Pepperdine) 22
2018 – Chandler Anderson (University of Utah) 20
2019 – Briley Knight (University of Utah) 19

Triples:
1990 – Tim Loynes 4
1991 – Rich Sermone 5
1992 – Tony Fair 5
1993 – Tony Fair 6
1994 – Tony Fair 3
1995 – Tony Fair 3
1996 – Tony Fair 2
1997 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 4
1998 – Brian Graham (University of Portland), Ryan Hazelbaker (Willamette) 2
1999 – Jason Barrow (Chemeketa CC) 3
2000 – Brian Barnett 8
2001 – Brian Barnett, Mark Calkins (Indiana), Travis Wong (Texas A&M) 2
2002 – Ben Johnson (University of Washington) 2
2003 – David Hall (San Diego State) 3
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia), Shane Crowder (University of Illinois at Chicago) 3
2005 – Wally Crancer (Riverside CC), Darin Holcomb (Gonzaga), Bill Rowe (University of California, Santa Barbara) 1
2006 – Zach Borba (UNLV) 2
2007 – Six tied with 1
2008 – Logan Lotti (Sierra College) 3
2009 – Billy Clontz (Western Oregon), Brent Warren (Oregon State) 3
2010 – Mitch Haniger (Cal Poly) 5
2011 – David Armendariz (Cal Poly) 4
2012 – Caleb Whalen (University of Portland) 3
2013 – Cody Lenahan (University of Portland) 4
2014 – Dalton Kelly (University of California, Santa Barbara), Scott Quinlan (University of California, Santa Barbara) 4
2015 – Michael Farris (University of California, Riverside) 4
2016 – Kyle Nobach (Oregon State) 6
2017 – Matt Kelly (University of Portland) 3
2018 – Chad Stevens (University of Portland) 6
2019 – Andy Atwood (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley) 8

Stolen Bases:
1990 – Rich Sermone 18
1991 – Rich Sermone 22
1992 – Randy Johnson 40
1993 – Randy Johnson 43
1994 – Tony Fair 36
1995 – Randy Johnson 22
1996 – Tony Fair 20
1997 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 21
1998 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 18
1999 – Ryan Suyama (Chemeketa CC) 15
2000 – Brian Barnett 23
2001 – Austin Allen (Mt. Hood CC) 21
2002 – Brian Barnett, Trevor Hahn (University of Portland) 6
2003 – Zach Kosturos (Edmonds CC) 12
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) 20
2005 – Zach Borba (Columbia Basin College) 18
2006 – Zach Borba (UNLV) 19
2007 – Matt Wyckoff (George Fox) 12
2008 – Adam Melker (Cal Poly) 19
2009 – Josh Hogan (University of Oregon) 13
2010 – Daniel Dillard (Western Oregon) 16
2011 – Matt Nylen (Mt. Hood CC) 17
2012 – Marc Gallegos (Corban) 26
2013 – Grant Melker (University of San Diego) 31
2014 – Grant Melker (University of San Diego) 32
2015 – Nick Madrigal (Elk Grove High School) 40
2016 – Andy Atwood (Oregon State), Emilio Alcantar (Lewis-Clark State College) 19
2017 – Matt Kelly (University of Portland) 17
2018 – Chandler Anderson (University of Utah) 26
2019 – Jake Holcroft (University of Portland) 29

Average:
1990 – Dan Segel .467
1991 – Dan Segel .412
1992 – Randy Johnson .470
1993 – Rich Sermone .426
1994 – Rich Sermone .465
1995 – Rich Sermone .406
1996 – Dan Segel .414
1997 – Bobby Scales (University of Michigan) .379
1998 – Geoff Loomis .425
1999 – Joey Gerber (Oregon State) .351
2000 – Mike Stewart (University of Portland) .347
2001 – Joey Gerber .390
2002 – Matt Cunningham (University of California, Riverside) .307
2003 – Scott Nelson (Oregon State) .360
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) .387
2005 – Wally Crancer (Riverside CC) .322
2006 – Shawn Wayt (Gonzaga) .291
2007 – Jim Murphy (Washington State) .352
2008 – Logan Lotti (Sierra College) .340
2009 – Taylor Ard (Mt. Hood CC) .359
2010 – Michael Blake (Mt. Hood CC) .353
2011 – Corey Davis (Wright State) .331
2012 – Greg Mahle (University of California, Santa Barbara) .337
2013 – Dane Lund (San Jose State) .308
2014 – Dalton Kelly (University of California, Santa Barbara) .329
2015 – Emilio Alcantar (Linn-Benton CC) .312
2016 – Andy Atwood (Oregon State) .323
2017 – Dillan Shrum (University of Nevada-Reno) .315
2018 – Chandler Anderson (University of Utah) .337
2019 – Jake Holcroft (University of Portland) .362

Walks:
1990 – Dan Segel, Tim Loynes 17
1991 – George Ross 27
1992 – Randy Johnson 36
1993 – Rod Scheckla 34
1994 – Rod Scheckla 36
1995 – Randy Johnson 40
1996 – Gary Peters 33
1997 – Dom Giancola 24
1998 – Brett Smith 22
1999 – Ryan Suyama (Chemeketa CC) 26
2000 – Brian Barnett 32
2001 – Brian Barnett 29
2002 – Dave Schoppe 35
2003 – Zach Kosturos (Edmonds CC) 30
2004 – Kaeo Rubin (Washington State) 26
2005 – Zach Borba (Columbia Basin College) 31
2006 – Matt Hibbitts (Mt. Hood CC) 19
2007 – Clayton Shaw (University of Portland) 22
2008 – Adam Melker (Cal Poly) 28
2009 – Dylan Jones (Mt. Hood CC) 29
2010 – Mitch Haniger (Cal Poly) 23
2011 – Trent Oleszczuk (Seattle) 34
2012 – Caleb Whalen (University of Portland) 27
2013 – Grant Melker (University of San Diego) 30
2014 – Grant Melker (University of San Diego) 36
2015 – Jes Staples (Bellarmine) 36
2016 – Andy Atwood (Oregon State) 23
2017 – Jordan Qsar (Pepperdine) 29
2018 – Trace Tammaro (De La Salle High School) 23
2019 – Trace Tammaro (University of Portland) 43

Home Runs:
1990 – Rich Sermone 10
1991 – Rich Sermone 6
1992 – George Ross 11
1993 – Dan Segel, Rich Sermone 8
1994 – Robb Carabba, Rod Scheckla, Dan Segel 9
1995 – Randy Johnson, Rod Scheckla, Rich Sermone 6
1996 – Dan Segel 14
1997 – Brett Smith 12
1998 – Brett Smith 16
1999 – Derek Birley (George Fox) 14
2000 – Dave Schoppe, Adam Stokey (Gonzaga) 5
2001 – Joey Gerber 9
2002 – Scott Bolcoa (Riverside CC) 8
2003 – Scott Nelson (Oregon State) 8
2004 – Kaeo Rubin (Washington State) 5
2005 – Wally Crancer (Riverside CC) 3
2006 – James Allan (University of Portland), Mark Samuelson (University of California, Riverside) 3
2007 – Jim Murphy (Washington State) 5
2008 – Logan Lotti (Sierra College) 5
2009 – Taylor Ard (Mt. Hood CC) 5
2010 – Daniel Dillard (Western Oregon) 6
2011 – David Andriese (University of California, Riverside) 3
2012 – Austin Barr (Camas High School) 3
2013 – Joe Duffin (University of California, Santa Barbara) 5
2014 – Kevin Kline (Dixie State) 9
2015 – Michael Farris (University of California, Riverside) 5
2016 – Roman Garcia (University of San Diego), Taylor Travess (Mt. Hood CC) 3
2017 – Jordan Qsar (Pepperdine) 14
2018 – Austin Feist (St. Martin’s) 7
2019 – Briley Knight (University of Utah) 11

Strikeouts:
1990 – Tim Loynes 21
1991 – Tim Loynes 23
1992 – John Schlottmann 28
1993 – Jeff Moore 25
1994 – Randy Johnson 25
1995 – Sean Kramer 27
1996 – Gary Peters 34
1997 – Dom Giancola 31
1998 – Derek Birley (Centralia CC) 45
1999 – Derek Birley (George Fox) 37
2000 – Brian Barnett 39
2001 – Travis Hanson (University of Portland) 36
2002 – Scott Bolcoa (Riverside CC) 41
2003 – Shane Crowder (Mt. Hood CC) 47
2004 – Scott Nelson (Oregon State) 45
2005 – Zach Borba (Columbia Basin College) 36
2006 – Zach Borba (UNLV) 35
2007 – Nick Akins (Riverside CC) 40
2008 – Billy Clontz (Mt. Hood CC) 40
2009 – Billy Clontz (Western Oregon) 39
2010 – Daniel Dillard (Western Oregon) 34
2011 – Corey Davis (Wright State) 40
2012 – Austin Barr (Camas High School) 39
2013 – Cody Lenahan (University of Portland) 32
2014 – Joe Duffin (Cypress College) 48
2015 – Michael Farris (University of California, Riverside) 45
2016 – Taylor Travess (Mt. Hood CC) 62
2017 – Matt Kelly (University of Portland) 52
2018 – Briley Knight (Crescent Valley High School) 50
2019 – Briley Knight (University of Utah) 56

Hit-by-pitch:
1990 – Dan Segel 3
1991 – George Ross 6
1992 – George Ross, Rod Scheckla 4
1993 – Dan Segel 8
1994 – George Ross 9
1995 – Sean Kramer 5
1996 – Rich Sermone 7
1997 – Rich Sermone 8
1998 – Derek Birley (Centralia CC) 5
1999 – Jason Larsen (Columbia Basin College) 10
2000 – Cory Lunde (University of Portland) 13
2001 – Joey Gerber 6
2002 – Chris Biles (Oregon State), Scott Bolcoa (Riverside CC), John Otness (University of Washington) 5
2003 – Mike Roters (New Mexico State) 11
2004 – Aaron Coiteux (Concordia) 22
2005 – Eric Scriven (Western Kentucky) 14
2006 – Michael Gilbert (Washington State) 9
2007 – Jake Roy (Dakota Wesleyan) 13
2008 – Richie Jimenez (Riverside CC), Logan Lotti (Sierra College) 8
2009 – DJ Johnson (Mt. Hood CC) 14
2010 – Dylan Jones (Oregon State) 20
2011 – Trent Oleszczuk (Seattle) 13
2012 – Caleb Whalen (University of Portland) 12
2013 – Kevin Kline (Dixie State) 8
2014 – Michael Lucarelli (University of Portland) 14
2015 – Emilio Alcantar (Linn-Benton CC), Ryan Matranga (University of San Francisco) 8
2016 – Emilio Alcantar (Lewis-Clark State College) 9
2017 – Dillan Shrum (University of Nevada-Reno) 18
2018 – Trace Tammaro (De La Salle High School) 15
2019 – Michael Curialle (JSerra Catholic High School), Briley Knight (University of Utah), Trace Tammaro (University of Portland) 7

Errors:
1991 – Alex Scheckla 13
1992 – Randy Johnson 17
1993 – Robb Carabba 14
1994 – Jeff Moore 15
1995 – Randy Johnson 15
1996 – Gary Peters 12
1997 – Bobby Scales (University of Michigan) 22
1998 – Jeff Gunderson (Lower Columbia College) 25
1999 – Derek Birley (George Fox) 17
2000 – Corey Lunde (University of Portland) 17
2001 – Travis Hanson (University of Portland) 16
2002 – Justin Holmes (University of Georgia) 14
2003 – Robby Hudson (Riverside CC) 27
2004 – Justin McClure (Washington State) 14
2005 – Andy Lentz (University of Washington) 11
2006 – Ryan Selden (Riverside CC) 21
2007 – Drew Garcia (University of California, Riverside) 14
2008 – Richie Jimenez (Riverside CC) 12
2009 – Billy Clontz (Western Oregon) 16
2010 – Matt Duffy (Long Beach State) 9
2011 – Corey Moore (Pacific Lutheran) 12
2012 – Caleb Whalen (University of Portland) 15
2013 – Cody Lenahan (University of Portland) 12
2014 – Michael Lucarelli (University of Portland) 15
2015 – Nick Madrigal (Elk Grove High School) 12
2016 – Andy Atwood (Oregon State), Matt Kelly (University of Portland) 13
2017 – Chad Stevens (Gig Harbor High School) 19
2018 – Chad Stevens (University of Portland) 23
2019 – Michael Curialle (JSerra Catholic High School) 14

Wins:
1990 – Rod Scheckla 11-0
1991 – Jeff Mead (Willamette) 9-1
1992 – Greg Williams 10-1
1993 – Don Nichols 10-0
1994 – Don Nichols 11-2
1995 – Jeff Post 10-2
1996 – Don Nichols 12-1
1997 – Don Nichols 6-3
1998 – Mike Boire (Oregon State) 6-2
1999 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 7-4
2000 – Kurt Brauckmiller 7-1
2001 – Matt Kosderka 8-1
2002 – Julio Fernandez (University of California, Riverside) 3-1, Daryl Harang (San Diego State) 3-1, James Stanford (University of the Pacific) 3-1, Michael Devaney (Concordia) 3-2, Brian Huck 3-2, Josh Smith (Riverside CC) 3-3
2003 – Nate Fogle (Mt. Hood CC) 7-3
2004 – Kyle Parker (University of Washington) 7-1
2005 – Zach Bird (Mt. Hood CC), Tommy Hanson (Riverside CC), Bud Norris (Cal Poly SLO) 7-1
2006 – Marc Rzepczynski (University of California, Riverside) 6-0
2007 – Matt Way (Washington State) 5-1
2008 – Josh Osich (Oregon State) 5-0
2009 – Matt Andriese (University of California, Riverside), Ben Guidos (University of Washington) 7-0
2010 – Dustin Emmons (University of California, Riverside) 5-0, Kyle Kraus (University of Portland) 5-1, Dean McArdle (Stanford) 5-2
2011 – Max Beatty (Pacific Lutheran) 6-2, Chris Johnson (University of Portland) 6-0
2012 – Rob Dittrick (Pacific) 5-1
2013 – Elliot Surrey (University of California, Irvine) 6-1
2014 – Jackson Lockwood (University of Portland) 8-2
2015 – Cole Doherty (University of Portland) 5-1
2016 – Jacob Fricke (Western Oregon) 5-0, Aaron Pope (Dixie State) 5-2
2017 – Jordan Horak (University of Portland) 6-1
2018 – Abbott Haffar (University of California, Riverside) 5-0, Landen Bourassa (University of San Francisco) 5-1, Cameron Haskell (University of Arizona) 5-2
2019 – Tevita Gerber (Dixie State) 9-1

IP:
1991 – Jeff Mead (Willamette) 68
1992 – Greg Williams 83 2/3
1993 – Don Nichols 73 2/3
1994 – Don Nichols 88
1995 – Jeff Post 87
1996 – Don Nichols 91
1997 – Brent Brakke (University of Portland) 75 1/3
1998 – Tucker Urdahl (Gonzaga) 67 2/3
1999 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 64 1/3
2000 – Andrew Checketts 67 1/3
2001 – Matt Kosderka 76 2/3
2002 – Matt Kosderka 55 1/3
2003 – Michael Devaney (Concordia) 72
2004 – Kyle Parker (University of Washington) 69 2/3
2005 – Tommy Hanson (Riverside CC) 78
2006 – Anthony Carrillo (Riverside CC) 60
2007 – J.R. Murphy (San Diego State) 60
2008 – Jon Berger (San Diego State) 62 2/3
2009 – Kyle Kraus (University of Portland) 70 2/3
2010 – Kyle Kraus (University of Portland) 48 1/3
2011 – Max Beatty (Pacific Lutheran) 62 1/3
2012 – Rob Dittrick (Pacific) 57
2013 – Elliot Surrey (University of California, Irvine) 56 2/3
2014 – Chris Haddeland (Linfield College) 75
2015 – Alex Nesbitt (University of Washington) 55 1/3
2016 – Jacob Fricke (Western Oregon) 58 2/3
2017 – Jordan Horak (University of Portland) 44 2/3
2018 – Connor Knutson (University of Portland) 55
2019 – Tevita Gerber (Dixie State) 66

ERA:
1993 – Kyle Burt 2.40
1994 – John Sipple 1.70
1995 – Jeff Post 2.79
1996 – John Power 3.02
1997 – Matt Gunderson (Lower Columbia College) 2.72
1998 – Mike Boire (Oregon State) 3.09
1999 – Mike Boire (Oregon State) 2.25
2000 – Kurt Brauckmiller 1.79
2001 – Tim Petke (USC) 1.47
2002 – Jaymie Torres (University of California, Riverside) 2.15
2003 – Nate Fogle (Mt. Hood CC) 1.04
2004 – Nate Fogle (Mt. Hood CC) 1.11
2005 – Tommy Hanson (Riverside CC) 0.92
2006 – Marc Rzepczynski (University of California, Riverside) 2.25
2007 – J.R. Murphy (San Diego State) 1.35
2008 – Jared Eskew (Cal Poly) 0.99
2009 – Ben Guidos (University of Washington) 1.27
2010 – Kyle Kraus (University of Portland) 1.68
2011 – Dylan Stuart (University of California, Riverside) 1.44
2012 – Rob Dittrick (Pacific) 0.95
2013 – Elliot Surrey (University of California, Irvine) 1.27
2014 – Angel Landazuri (University of California, Riverside) 2.43
2015 – Slater Lee (Cal Poly) 2.56
2016 – Chris Burkholder (Dartmouth) 1.44
2017 – Jordan Horak (University of Portland) 3.43
2018 – Landen Bourassa (University of San Francisco) 1.83
2019 – Jackson Arnsdorf (Corban) 1.85

K:
1993 – Don Nichols 75
1994 – Don Nichols 121
1995 – Don Nichols 70
1996 – Don Nichols 92
1997 – Brent Brakke (University of Portland) 75
1998 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 71
1999 – Brian Graham (University of Portland) 92
2000 – Andrew Checketts 69
2001 – Tim Petke (USC) 77
2002 – Matt Kosderka 57
2003 – Nate Fogle (Mt. Hood CC) 78
2004 – Nate Fogle (Mt. Hood CC) 76
2005 – Tommy Hanson (Riverside CC) 116
2006 – Marc Rzepczynski (University of California, Riverside) 58
2007 – Matt Way (Washington State) 60
2008 – Jon Berger (San Diego State) 59
2009 – Liam Baron (Linn-Benton CC) 51
2010 – Kyle Kraus (University of Portland) 44
2011 – Max Beatty (Pacific Lutheran) 53
2012 – AJ Burke (Western Oregon) 37
2013 – Chris Bishop (Pacific Lutheran) 37
2014 – Chris Haddeland (Linfield) 57
2015 – Alex Nesbitt (University of Washington) 43
2016 – Cameron Bishop (University of California, Irvine) 56
2017 – Hazahel Quijada (University of California, Riverside) 41
2018 – Connor Knutson (University of Portland) 51
2019 – Tevita Gerber (Dixie State) 75

Saves:
1990 – Dan Segel 2
1991 – Randy Johnson 1
1992 – Randy Johnson, Rod Scheckla 1
1993 – Randy Johnson, Don Nichols, Rod Scheckla 1
1994 – K. Burt, Jeff Post, Don Nichols, J. Richards, D. Segel, R. Scheckla 1
1995 – Jeff Post, Doug Nichols, Rod Scheckla 1
1996 – John Sipple 2
1997 – Matt Gunderson (Lower Columbia College) 2
1998 – Robbie Greenawald (Oregon State), Jeff Post 2
1999 – Eric Schaffner 3
2000 – David Hixson (Gonzaga) 8
2001 – Mike Gits 17
2002 – Michael Devaney (Concordia), Jared Powell 3
2003 – Dustin Cameron (New Mexico State), Haley Winter (University of California, Riverside) 2
2004 – Darrell Fisherbaugh (University of Hawaii) 3
2005 – Garrett Parcell (Cypress College) 7
2006 – Nick Hedgecock (George Fox) 3
2007 – Kyle Cruikshank (Golden West College) 9
2008 – Taylor Starr (Oregon State) 10
2009 – Liam Baron (Linn-Benton CC) 6
2010 – Mitch Patito (University of California, Riverside) 8
2011 – Mark Trentacosta (University of California, Irvine) 11
2012 – Devon Barker (Centralia College) 5
2013 – Jorge Perez (Grand Canyon) 6
2014 – Brandon Choate (University of Washington) 10
2015 – Harrison McGhee (Concordia) 8
2016 – Chase Kaplan (Western Nevada College) 10
2017 – Chase Kaplan (University of Kansas) 6
2018 – Louis Crow (University of San Diego) 5
2019 – Connor Knutson (University of Portland) 8

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