|High School:||St. Francis|
AS A SENIOR IN 2009: Started in all 53 games ... made 27 starts at third, 23 at second base and three in left field ... finished the year third on the team with 18 doubles and three home runs ... had one run, a double and two RBIs against URI (Feb. 21) ... moved over to third base in the eighth inning against NC State (Feb. 22) ... had two doubles against SJSU (Feb. 28) ... started the game at second base and moved to third ... scored and had a double against Oregon (Mar. 6) ... went 2-for-2 with one run against Oregon (Mar. 8) ... had a run and an RBI against UC Davis (Mar. 11) ... went 4-for-4 at bat in game three against Cornell (Mar. 15), with three RBIs and two runs ... scored two runs against Dartmouth (Mar. 22) ... scored one run and had an RBI against Cal (Mar. 25) ... hit his first home run of the season against LMU (Mar. 29) ... had one run with two doubles against Long Beach State (Mar. 31) ... had two RBIs against Portland (Apr. 9) ... posted a game-high three hits and three RBIs against then-No. 18 Cal Poly (Apr. 14) ... posted a season-high four RBIs and hit his second homer of the year against Stanford (May 6) ... hit his third home run of the season against SMC (May 8) ... posted three RBIs against Pepperdine (May 15) ... scored one run in his final game in a Bronco uniform against then-No. 18 Cal Poly (May 18).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2008: Saw action in 54 of 55 games ... was a unanimous All-WCC selection ... led the Broncos in sac bunts (9), was fifth in batting avreage (.332), tied for third in RBIs (44) and tied for second in doubles (15) ... had a career-high three runs in game one against Utah Valley (Feb. 22) ... tallied two RBIs in game two against Utah Valley (Feb. 22) ... registered his first double of the season and had one RBI against Kansas State (Feb. 23) ... went 5-for-12 in the series against SJSU (Feb. 29-Mar. 2), with five runs, three RBIs, two doubles and his first home run of the season ... tallied one RBI against Fresno State (Mar. 4) ... had two RBIs and a double against SDSU (Mar. 7) ... went 1-for-3 with one run, one RBI and one double against then-No. 12 Oregon State (Mar. 9) ... went 3-for-5 against UC Davis (Mar. 16) with one run and one RBI ... regsitered a career-high two doubles while going 3-for-5 in game one against Cal Poly (Mar. 22) ... posted an RBI double that gave the Broncos a one-run lead in the eighth against then-No. 11 Cal (Mar. 25) ... registered two runs against then-No. 14 San Diego (Mar. 29) ... his RBI single yielded the tying run against then-No. 14 San Diego (Mar. 30) ... went 3-for-5 with two runs against Portland (Apr. 5) ... registered his first collegiate Grand Slam against Gonzaga (Apr. 11) ... registered his third home run of the season after going 2-for-3 against Gonzaga (Apr. 13) ... hit his fourth homer of the season against USF (Apr. 19) ... tied his career-high two doubls against then-No. 3 Stanford (Apr. 28) ... drove in three runs against LMU (May 2) ... posted home run No. 5 against LMU (May 3) ... drove in the game winning run for the series win against Saint Mary's (May 10).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007: Appeared in 25 games on the year, starting 14 ... went 2-for-4 Feb. 19 against Utah ... hit a solo home run, the first of his collegiate career, at No. 12 Pepperdine on Apr. 20 ... doubled against the Waves on Apr. 21.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006: Named to the West Coast Conference's All-Freshman team ... appeared in 37 games, starting 33 ... batted .298 with 37 hits, five doubles and 27 RBIs ... went 2-for-2 with two RBIs in his collegiate debut Feb. 4 at Pacific ... had three hits, including a double, and three RBIs against Sacramento State on Feb. 21 ... had two hits and two RBIs against the Hornets on March 8 in Sacramento ... went 2-for-5 with a double and a run batted in at Washington on March 11 ... drove in five runs on two hits March 29 against Cal State Monterey Bay ... turned in second three-hit performance of the season on April 1 against San Francisco ... drove in a pair of runs with a late double in 6-1 win at Stanford on April 25.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2005 graduate of St. Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif. ... played baseball for Chris Volta and basketball for Steve Filios ... was named All-West Catholic Athletic League in both sports as a senior ... batted .448 for the Lancers in 2005.
PERSONAL : Born in Stanford, Calif. ... son of Rory and Lisa Fuerst ... has three brothers, Rory, Jr., Connor and Trevor... goals include becoming an industrial designer ... major is communications.
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