Fresno State will open the NCAA Stanford Regional against the No. 11-ranked Cardinal on Friday night at 6 p.m. PT on Klein Field at Sunken Diamond.
The Fresno State baseball team tied for the most for All-Western Athletic Conference selections with seven Bulldogs picked by the conference head coaches to either the first or second teams.
Fresno State is one of the hottest teams entering this week's WAC tournament as winners in eight of the past 12 games.
Fresno State scores seven runs in the bottom of the seventh to trigger the 10-run rule victory.
2011 (Junior): Academic All-Western Athletic Conference ... played in 53 games, earning 40 starts ... finished with .289 batting average ... recorded 46 hits in 159 at-bats including 12 doubles, three triples, seven home runs and 26 RBI ... scored 28 runs and was walked 17 times ... went 4-for-7 in stolen bases ... had a career-high eight total bases against New Mexico State (May 12) after tying a career-high in doubles (2), runs scored (3) and hits (3).
2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in 47 games, earning 23 starts as a the designated hitter ... finished with .284 batting average after earning 22 RBI off 23 hits ... tallied six home runs and three doubles ... had a career-high four RBI against Santa Clara (Mar. 9) ... recorded one stolen base.
2009 (Freshman): Played in 52 games, earning 35 starts as a designated hitter ... hit .291 with nine doubles, three triples and 28 RBIs ... was 6-for-8 on stolen bases ... tallied 37 hits and 24 runs ... hit six home runs ... had a career-high three RBI against Buffalo (Mar. 14) ... led the team in triples with three ... went 3-for-3 against Louisiana Tech on (Apr. 18).
Camarillo HS: Lettered two years in baseball ... first-team All-Pacific View League in 2007 and 2008 ... had six home runs and a batting average of .400 in 2007 ... helped lead Camarillo to a 31-4 record.
Personal: Born Feb. 18, 1990 in Camarillo, Calif. ... son of Danny and Lisa Wise ... has a brother, Tim, and a sister, Brianna ... enjoys fishing and favorite player is Ken Griffey Jr. ... chose Fresno State because of the baseball and business programs.