35 Ryan Chiarelli
35 Ryan Chiarelli
Birth Date: 12/13/1982
Height: 6-2
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Ramon, Calif.
High School: California
Position: OF
College: 3V

As a Senior in 2005: Appeared in 55 games, starting 45 of them in the outfield ... went 2-for-5, drove in three runs and scored once on Opening Day (January 29) against UC Riverside ... had two hits and scored a run against UC Riverside on January 30 ... singled, scored, drove in a run and drew two walks on February 4 against Utah ... went a combined 4-for-8 with two doubles and an RBI in a February 13 doubleheader at San Diego State ... singled twice and scored a run against Sacramento State on February 16 ... singled and scored twice on February 20 against Washington ... walked and scored twice against Pepperdine on March 19 ... singled twice and drove in a pair of runs against Loyola Marymount on April 15 ... had another multi-hit game April 16 against LMU, singling twice, scoring a run and driving in three ... went 2-for-3 with a double, a run scored and an RBI on April 22 at St. Mary's ... went a combined 6-for-11 in a three-game sweep of Gonzaga from April 29-May 1, scoring twice, driving in a run and drawing two walks ... drove in two runs against San Francisco on May 7 ... went 1-for-2 with a run scored, an RBI, and drew three walks against Stanford on May 10 ... scored twice and drew three walks against Portland on May 20 ... went 1-for-4 in his final collegiate game against Portland on May 22

As a Junior in 2004: Appeared in 43 games, starting 31 in the outfield... started the last 31 contests of the season, beginning on March 24... All-West Coast Conference First-Team selection... voted team's Most Improved Player by his teammates... led the Broncos with a .361 batting average... posted the team's longest hitting streak at 10 games (April 18 - May 8)... was perfect in the field in 2004, errorless in 55 chances... also perfect on the base paths, stealing four bases in four attempts... walked 18 times, while being struck out only 10 times... hit first collegiate home run on March 27 against San Francisco... went 4-for-5 with two runs and two RBI against Portland on April 3... recorded three consecutive three-hit games from April 18 - April 24... was 9-for-12 (.750) during that stretch... posted a team season-high with five hits on May 22 at Portland... was 5-for-6 with three runs scored and three RBI against the Pilots... ended the season on a five-game hit streak.

As a Sophomore in 2003: Started 12 games while making appearances in 26... recorded 12 hits and maintained a .235 batting average.

As a Freshman in 2002: Started 46 of the 49 games in which he appeared as a rookie... went 2-for-3 in his first game as a Bronco... knocked in two runs on six different occasions... recorded his first triple against San Francisco on April 6... went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI in the first of a three-game set at Loyola Marymount... finished the year fifth on the team in batting average with his .274 average... collected 48 hits including two doubles and the one triple... walked 27 times... finished the year with 33 runs scored and 19 driven in.

High School Information: A 2001 graduate of California High School in San Ramon, Calif... played baseball for Dave Hamilton (former pitcher for the Oakland A's) and football for Brad Tubbs... member of baseball team that recorded three consecutive winning seasons, and made a NCS playoff appearance... member of football team the registered the school's first-ever winning seasons, making two NCS playoff appearances... was a two-time all-league selection in baseball... dubbed as one of the top-20 football players to watch in the Bay Area... was a two-time all-lague performer in football... batted .460 with 12 doubles, five triples, 37 runs batted in and 35 runs scored... maintained a 3.5 GPA and earned honors for all eight semesters of high school.

Personal Data: Born December 13, 1982 in Walnut Creek, Calif... parents are Gene and Linda... both parents attended the University of Connecticut... father went to Law School at California... has a younger brother, Jeff... team finished as the second best Connie Mack team in the state of California... appeared in the Pony and Colt World Series... was the team captain for both teams... majoring in business... hobbies include playing video games, playing sports and hanging out with friends.


Chiarelli's Career Statistics


2002 .274 49/46 175 33 48 3/1/0 19 27/29 6/8
2003 .235 26/12 51 7 12 0/0/0 2 7/4 1/1
2004 .361 43/31 133 31 48 7/0/1 15 18/10 4/4
2005 .267 55/45 165 25 44 5/0/0 17 33/25 7/7
Career .290 173/134 524 96 152 15/1/1 53 85/68 18/20