The 15-11 win gave the Lobos their second straight sweep in the Mountain West as they maintained their three-game lead in the conference
The Lobos' sixth straight win gives them a three-game lead in the Mountain West
The first 12 Lobo batters reached base and scored in the inning as UNM clinched its fifth straight MW series victory
The Lobos remain in first place in the MW despite the loss
UNM erupts for a season-high 19 runs to help head coach Ray Birmingham win career game number 1,000
SENIOR (2013):Finished 23rd in the nation in hitting with a .385 average, which helped him earn All-Mountain West second team honors ... hit 15 doubles, three triples and seven home runs, scored 49 runs and drove in 49 runs ... led the Lobos with 28 multi-hit games and was fourth with 13 multi-RBI games ... finished the season with a 20-game hitting streak, which included a string of nine straight multi-hit games, and 16 multi-hit games overall ... hit .464 (39-84) during the streak with eight doubles, two triples and five home runs, while both scoring and driving in 22 runs ... drove in a career-high six runs at Air Force on April 6, which included a grand slam ... also hit a grand slam at San Diego St. on May 16 ... hit .500 (8-16) in the MW Tournament with a double, two home runs, four RBI and four runs to be named to the All-Tournament Team ... named MW Player of the Week May 20 after going 5-12 with two home runs and seven RBI in a three-game sweep at San Diego St. ... was one of a record 16 players on the team to be named Academic All-Mountain West.
REDSHIRT (2012): Redshirted the season after getting injured a week before the season started ... recovered and had a solid summer campaign for the Duluth Huskies in the Northwoods League ... appeared in 42 games and tied for fourth in the league with 18 doubles and was seventh with a .350 average, which was enough to earn an All-Star berth ... slugged .564 with one triple, five home runs, 35 RBI, and 39 runs ... will be a prominent figure in the Lobos' potent 2013 offense.
JUNIOR (2011): Second on the Lobos with a .301 batting average in his first year on the team... his five home runs and .448 slugging percentage were also second on the team ... only started three out of first 12 games for the Lobos, but started every game but one from Mar. 30 until the end of the season ... had a 15-game hitting streak from Apr. 1 through Apr. 29 ... hit .322 (19-59) during the streak ... had season-high four hits against TCU on May 20 ... named to 2011 MWC All-Tournament Team . . . was 6-15 during the tournament with two runs and three RBI.
SEWARD CC (2009 and 2010): In his first year, appeared in 49 games as an outfielder ... had a .371 batting average in 186 plate appearances ... led the team in homeruns (11) and RBIs (54). In his second year, played in all 63 games ... led the team with a .378 batting average in 230 at-bats ... led the team with 65 RBIs ... first-team all conference Jayhawk West and academic all-American ... earned an associate's of science degree.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Arvada West High School in Arvada, Colo. ... graduated in 2008 ... lettered in baseball and football.
SUMMER/CLUB TEAMS: Sag Harbor Whalers and Colorado Sox.
PERSONAL: Born August 20, 1989 in Arvada, Colo., to Cindy Campbell ... has three siblings Nate, Chase and Chad ... major is Finance.