|High School:||Marin Catholic|
AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR IN 2007: Started 49 of the 53 games in which he appeared ... batted .246 with 16 RBIs and led the team with 26 walks ... went 2-for-3 and scored a run against Utah on Feb. 4 ... had two hits and drove in a run against UC Davis on Feb. 17 ... went 3-for-5 and scored twice March 3 against San Jose State ... drove in three runs against Stanford on March 6 ... went 2-for-2 with an RBI at Portland on Apr. 1 ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a pair of runs scored Apr. 17 at Stanford.
AS A SENIOR IN 2006: Redshirted the year due to injury.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Started 13 of the 36 games he appeared in ... went 2-for-3 with a double against Cal Poly on February 25 ... had two hits and scored twice March 7 at San Jose State ... singled and scored twice against Stanford on May 10
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Appeared in 34 games, starting 12 ... made 10 consecutive starts in the infield from March 27 - April 16 ... tallied a season-high four hits in four at-bats against Portland on April 2 ... scored a season-high three runs and drove in two runs on the following day ... posted three hits in the series finale with the Pilots ... hit .667 (8-for-12) over the three-game series with four RBI and three runs scored ... recorded two hits and knocked in two runs in final appearance of the season on May 23 at Portland.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Started 9 of the 31 games in which he appeared during his freshman season on the Mission campus ... ended the season with a .257 batting average ... tallied nine hits ... doubled against UC Santa Barbara on February 22 and Gonzaga on May 12 ... was named the team's most improved player alongside Michael Lange at the team's annual end of the season banquet.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2002 graduate of Marin Catholic High School in Kentfield, Calif ... played baseball for head coach Mike Firenzi ... also played varsity football ... led team to the Marin County Athletic League title and North Coast Section semifinal as a sophomore ... team won the MCAL Pennant and NCS Championship in 2001 with a 19-8 record ... led team to a second place finish in the MCAL and a NCS semifinal appearance during senior year ... was a two-time first team All-MCAL selection ... was named the team's most valuable hitter after junior season and the team's most inspirational player following senior season ... batted .421 with 12 RBI as a sophomore ... batted .489 with four home runs and 21 RBI as a junior ... batted .615 with 24 runs scored, four home runs, 11 RBI and an on base percentage of .727 as a senior ... was a member of the Astronomy Club ... was a Marin County Football Camp leader for 5-7 year olds ... coached the North Bay Xtreme Baseball club in the summer ... was awarded the Sportsmanship/Citizenship Award from Marin Catholic for "Pursuring Victory with Honor."
PERSONAL: Born in Greenbrae, Calif ... parents are David Sr. and Liz Hoffmire ... has one younger brother named Matt and one younger sister named Stephanie ... majoring in finance ... hobbies include playing golf, listening to music, working out and hanging out with family and friends at barbecues.
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