One of 58 athlete on the Wallace Award watch list for national collegiate baseball player of the year...Has been the starter in right field in each of his first three years as an Aztec...Ranks among the SDSU career top 10 in hits, doubles, RBI and total bases...Could set new Aztecs career marks in each of those categories as well as games played and at bats...Has committed only four errors in two seasons as the Aztecs' right fielder...Holds SDSU career record for sacrifice flies with 15...Member of the San Diego Sox summer league team in 2004...Played during summer 2003 with the Fairbanks Goldpanners in the Alaska League where he batted .286 over 23 games...Also made six relief appearances as a pitcher, posting an ERA of 4.82 with eight strikeouts in 9.1 innings.
SDSU 2004: All-Mountain West Conference outfielder who missed SDSU's final 10 games of the season (including the MWC Tournament) due to illness...Ended his season with a 16-game hitting streak during which he batted .412 (28-for-68) with 17 runs scored, seven doubles, two triples, two home runs and 20 runs batted in...Had 15 multiple hits games on the year and his 12 multiple-RBI outings ranked second on the squad...Hit .380 in league play with 21 runs scored, 22 RBI and a .587 slugging percentage over 22 games...Had a five-hit (5-for-5) game at UNLV on May 8 and also had four-hit contests at Hawai'i-Hilo and Brigham Young...Hit two doubles in a game on three occasions...Committed just one error in 113 chances for a .991 fielding percentage...Batted .390 with runners in scoring position.
SDSU 2003: Started 55 times in right field...Led all outfielders with seven assists...Had a pair of sacrifice flies to tie for fourth on the SDSU all-time list with 11...Had 20 multiple-hit games, including a string of four straight in which he had two...Hit by pitch six times, giving him a two-year total of 14 to rank seventh on the Aztec career list....Career best 10 putouts in a game vs. Santa Clara on Feb. 16.
SDSU 2002: Named a first-team Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball magazine...Also a second-team all-Mountain West Conference selection...Chosen San Diego State's Most Valuable Offensive Player and Top Freshman...Selected to the all-tournament team at the league championships when he went 9-for 20 (.450) with seven runs scored, two doubles, a triple, two home runs and five RBI... Was hit by pitch on eight occasions to rank seventh on the Aztec single-season list in that category...His nine sac flies are the second-most in a season ever by an Aztec...Came to the plate 29 times with a runner at third and less than two out, and drove in the runner on 27 occasions... Had the team's second-longest hitting streak (12 games) during which he batted .455 (20-for-44) with nine runs scored, four doubles and 11 RBI...Led the Aztecs with 15 multiple-RBI outings...Excellent defensive outfielder who committed only one error in 105 chances for a .990 fielding percentage... Recorded six assists from his right field position.
High School: Four-year baseball varsity letterman at Bonita Vista High School under coach Bill Getz...Named first-team all-CIF as a senior after batting .537 with 28 runs scored, 11 home runs, 35 RBI and eight steals... Player of the year in the Metro Mesa League and an all-league first-team selection... Named to the all-San Diego CIF/Breitbard Hall of Champions team...A second-team all-CIF choice as a junior...Played in the Team One National Showcase and Best of the West Showcase...Played soccer (sweeper), and basketball (shooting guard) at Bonita Vista...Member of all-academic team two years in baseball and soccer...Honor roll student.
Personal: Jake Robert McLintock was born Jan. 26, 1983, in San Diego...Son of John and Laura McLintock...Sister played softball at University of the Pacific...Interests include country music, watching movies, the beach, road trips and all sports...Favorite athletes is Mets catcher Mike Piazza....Outdoor recreation major...Career plans as a fire fighter or in real estate.