Powers number 17 to be retired Friday
Pack hosts New Mexico this weekend
NEVADA 2000(Jr.): Second team All-Big West Conference selection who earned the starting job at third base in just his first season in the progam. Only Wolf Pack player to make a start at third base. Batted .354 and drove home 50 runs on the year. Totaled 32 extra base hits, 24 doubles, seven home runs and a triple. The 24 doubles led the Big West Conference. Hit safely in 44-of-57 games and his longest hitless streak was just two games which occured a total of three times during the season.
ARIZONA WESTERN JC: He earned first team all-region and all-conference as a third baseman in 1999 to go along with being named MVP. He broke the school season home run record with 14 in ?99.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters in baseball and two in football at Cibola HS in Yuma, Ariz. He was a member of the 1995-96 conference championship and Arizona State Semi-Finalist baseball teams. He was first team all-region in baseball from 1995-97 and was named MVP in 1997.
PERSONAL: A C.I.S. major who would like to start his own business. Born 2/1/79. He is the son of Alejandro Sr. and Maria Cruz Rangel. He enjoys playing racquetball and video games.
Year BA G AB H R RBI 2B 3B HR SB/A SO BB SLG. 2000 .354 57 226 80 49 50 24 8 28 1/4 28 24 .562 Totals .354 57 226 80 49 50 24 8 28 1/4 28 24 .562