UC Davis salutes seniors in final Dobbins Stadium appearance of 2015
UC Davis heads to Saint Mary's for midweek clash before three-game series at Long Beach State
Aggies and Hornets battle at Raley Field before Matadors visit Dobbins
UC Davis takes on Santa Clara Tuesday before locking horns with nationally ranked UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis looks to complete season sweep against Bay Area rivals
2004: NCBWA ALL-WEST REGION SECOND TEAM... CCAA PITCHER OF THE YEAR... ALL-CCAA FIRST TEAM... Became fourth Aggie in span of six years to earn conference Pitcher of the Year award... Started 12 games, posting 7-1 mark with 4.22 ERA... All eight decisions came in conference games... Struck out 56 batters against 19 walks in 85.1 innings... Hurled three complete games, including his final two starts... Scattered 6 hits and fanned 8 in complete-game win over Chico (3/5)... Yielded 4 hits and struck out 7 in 7.0 innings for victory vs. S.F. State (2/20), beginning run of 6 straight decisions.
2003: Started 13 games, posting team-best 9-4 record with 3.77 ERA... Struck out 57 against just 20 walks... Went 4-0 with 0.72 ERA in 25.0 innings during month of March, then fired 4-hit shutout at San Bernardino on 4/5... Threw 8.0 innings of 3-hit shutout ball vs. Grand Canyon (3/29) during that run... Credited for win vs. Abilene Christian at nationals, surrendering just one earned run in 6.2 innings.
ALISO NIGUEL HS '02: Named All-Seaview League as a senior, leading team to 19-9 record... Selected as Los Angeles Times Player of the Week after allowing just three hits and fanning 16 batters in 7.0 innings... Four-year Scholar-Athlete honoree... National Merit Scholar, was selected as class valedictorian.
PERSONAL: Born in Orange, Calif.... Majoring in managerial economics... Parents are Andrew & Charmaine Potter... Proudest personal accomplishment was earning a win (Game 2) in 2003 Division II World Series.
Aggies spread out for summer league assignments
Garcia, Razo taken on day three of Major League Draft
Aggie trio honored on All-Big West list
Five Aggies invited to
NCAA Career in Sports Forum