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Pat Colwell


Lakewood, Calif.

High School:
Mayfair HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185





Pat Colwell


SDSU vs. New Mexico-Photos by Stan Liu

A 9th inning comeback falls short as the Aztecs fall to the Lobos 5-4.

Three-year starting outfielder who will returns to the lineup after sitting out the 2010 season due to a leg injury ... Had been SDSU's starter in either right or center field each of the previous three seasons ... Played summer ball for the Corvallis Knights in the West Coast League during summer 2009 ... Competed for the Eau Claire Express of the Northwoods League during the summers of 2007 and 2008.

Redshirted during the 2010 season due to injury ... Member of the Dean's List during both the fall and spring semesters.

Was the team's leadoff hitter in 52 games ... Had a team-high 13-game hitting streak snapped in the final game of the season at the NCAA Regional ... During that streak went 20-for-58 (.345) with two doubles, seven runs scored and four runs batted in ... Also had a 12-game hitting streak earlier in the season ... Had a run of six straight games (March 7-15) in which he recorded two hits in each contest ... Recorded 24 multiple-hit effort in 2009, third-most on the squad ... Successful on eight of nine stolen base attempts ... Led team with 13 hit by pitch, a figure that ranks second on the SDSU single-season record list ... His 31 career hit by pitches breaks the school record previously held by Jake McLintock (2002-05) ... On March 29 at TCU, his two-out bunt single in the ninth brought home Ryan O'Sullivan from third base with the winning run in SDSU's 2-1 victory over the 16th-ranked Horned Frogs.

Named to the all-Mountain West Conference second team ... Had a career-best 15-game hitting streak end in the series opener at BYU on May 8 ... During the 15-game streak, he batted .412 (28-for-68) with 23 runs scored and 15 RBI ... Finished the year with 17 multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI efforts ... In his 38 games as SDSU's leadoff hitter, had an on-base percentage of .429 with a slugging percentage is .471. ... Became the first SDSU player to ever hit for the cycle when he accomplished the feat against Utah on April 12 ... His home run in that game was his first as a collegiate player and was an inside-the-park shot ... His homer at Air Force came with two out in the top of the ninth, a solo shot that tied the game at 4-4 as SDSU went on to win in 10 innings ... Was hit by pitch 13 times in 2008, second-most in a season by an Aztec hitter.

First-year walk-on who took over as the starter in right field when Josh Chasse was injured in February ... Went 3-for-4 and scored twice in his first start (vs. Loyola Marymount on Feb. 13) ... That marked the start of a nine-game hitting streak, his longest of the year ... During that streak, batted .324 (12-for-32) with two doubles and eight runs scored ... Suffered an injury during the game vs. Oklahoma on March 9, returning to the lineup on April 20 and starting all four contests vs. Air Force ... In those games, he went 6-for-15 with a pair of doubles, four runs batted in and five runs scored ... Had season-best three runs scored vs. Utah at the MWC Tournament (May 23) and tied a personal high with three hits in that contest.

Played four seasons of baseball, winning a pair of letters, at Mayfair High School in Lakewood, Calif., where he was coached by Matt Eccles ... During his final season, batted .439 with a pair of home runs and 21 runs batted in ... Earned first-team all-Suburban League and all-CIF Division III honors while being named Mayfair's MVP ... Named to the Long Beach Press Telegram Dream Team second-team ... Was named the team's best offensive player both as a freshman and sophomore.

Patrick Michael Colwell was born Oct. 16, 1988, in Whittier, Calif. ... Son of Michael and Donna Colwell ... Enjoys movies, reading and playing other sports ... Favorite athlete is former pro football and baseball player Deion Sanders... Majoring in business with an emphasis in real estate.