Fresno State: (2006) Appeared in 54 games as right-fielder and started 44 in 2006 ... Second-Team All-WAC Outfielder ... Second on the team with .349 batting average ... Had two hits in four at bats against San Francisco (3/8) ... recorded two hits in four at bats against Hawai'i (4/9) ... had three hits in five at bats against Nevada (5/5) ... recorded two hits in four at bats at Nevada (5/27) ... recorded four hits in four at bats in the final regional game against Cal State Fullerton (6/4) ... Hit three doubles on 3/24/06 against Sac State ... WAC Hitter of the Week for his work against La Tech last season ... Recorded 172 at bats with 60 hits, 42 RBI's, 34 runs, 10 doubles, eight walks and five stolen bases.
Fresno State: (2005) Played in 38 games, starting 21 in the outfield ... broke up a CS Fullerton no-hitter in the eighth inning with a double (2/12) ... two for two with two runs scored against Chicago State in the first game of the doubleheader (2/26) ... three for five with a double against Dallas Baptist in the Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic (3/10) ... two for two with three RBI after entering the game for Nick Moresi against Nevada (4/23) ... had a game winning double as a pinch hitter against San Jose State (5/8) ... two for five with a double in a win on 5/14 against Hawai'i ... WAC Player of the Week for May 23 after batting .667 against Lousiana Tech, with six runs, a home run, a triple and three doubles ... a single short of the cycle against Louisiana Tech (5/22). (2004) Fresno State Scholar Athlete ... member of Smittcamp Family Honors College ... redshirted.
Madera High School: Two-year letterwinner under head coach Andy Zavorek ... as a senior, batted .385 with five home runs and 25 RBI ... also recorded 10 stolen bases ... first-team All-Tri-City Athletic Conference ... played in the City/County All-Star Game ... Fresno Bee All-Star ... named team's top offensive player ... led squad to 20-9 record ... also two-year letterwinner in basketball ... averaged 12 points, four steals and two blocks per game as a senior while guiding MHS to a 23-8 ledger and a TCAC co-championship ... first-team all-league ... City/County All-Star Game participant ... senior class senator ... valedictorian.
Other Teams: California Angels Scout Team, Central California Pirates, All Valley Baseball, Madera County All-Stars.
Personal: Brian Daniel Lapin was born May 24, 1985, in Burlingame, Calif. ... son of Randy and Becky Lapin ... father is a teacher and a coach and mother is a teacher ... has three brothers, Kevin, Rex and David Wicksell ... grandfather, Don Curlee, also played baseball at Fresno State (1949-50) ... enjoys hiking, paintball, ping pong, drums, piano and cooking ... favorite athlete is Vladimir Guerrero because he is the most complete outfielder in the game today ... biggest athletic thrill was hitting a three-run homer and a grand slam in the little league championship all-star game ... also recruited by Sonoma State, Cal Lutheran, Cal Poly and Gonzaga.
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