UC Davis backs another Justin Mullins gem as senior wins his third straight decision
Sophomore slams his sixth home run of the season for an early Aggie lead
Junior earns his first career Big West Pitcher of the Week award
Fresh off their first series win, the Aggies take on the Cardinal in mid-week action
A group of 22 Aggies pack their bags to spend the summer on diamonds across the country
2010: BIG WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION after posting impressive numbers as both a pitcher and outfielder for UC Davis... Hit .356 (72-of-202) with 39 runs and 40 RBI... Led the team in doubles with 19 and recorded 5 home runs for a .525 slugging percentage... Ranked second on the team in runs, hits, RBI and homers... Went 4-for-5 with two homers and four runs against Sacramento State (3/6)... Turned in a second 4-for-5 performance against UC Santa Barbara, knocking in 6 RBI, on May 22... Closed out the season with a 3-for-6 outing against UC Riverside May 30... Totaled team-leading 22 multiple hit games... Ended the season on a 14-game hitting streak, the longest of any player all season, hitting .403 with 14 runs and 22 RBI during the run... Pitched in 14 games, starting all 14, for a 5-6 record... Struck out 61 in 80.1 innings for a 6.50 ERA... Earned Big West Conference Pitcher of the Week honors after throwing 8.0 shutout innings and giving up only three hits to Cal State Northridge May 2... Followed that by striking out a season-high 7 batters in 5.2 innings of work May 9 against Pacific.
2009: Pitched in 13 games for 39.1 innings... Went 0-5 with 2 saves and 6.41 ERA... Made 9 relief appearances, than 4 starts... Best outing was in long relief vs. Saint Mary's (4/21), striking out 4 with three hits and one run in 4.0 complete.
MONTE VISTA HS '08: Earned All-East Bay Athletic League honors during final two seasons, including first-team honors as a senior... Added second-team All-NorCal and San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro distinction... Batted .370 with 15 stolen bases in 2008, helping Mustangs to North Coast Section playoff berth... Led EBAL with 30 hits and 24 runs as a junior... Played summer ball for NorCal Baseball Club, helping team capture Junior Olympics title in 2006... NorCal finished 2nd at World Wood Bat National Championship in 2007.
PERSONAL: Born in San Francisco, Calif.... Has yet to declare a major... Parents are Tom and Margy Lyman... Older brother, Jeff, plays in the Atlanta Braves system... Proudest personal accomplishment was coming back from elbow injury to play for both UC Davis and in Cape Cod League in 2009.
Five Aggies invited to
NCAA Career in Sports Forum