NEVADA: Looking to rebound from an off year in 2002 after being bothered by a knee injury that forced him to have surgery during the season...earned Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-America and first-team All-WAC honors as a freshman in 2001...not only a great offensive player he has made several outstanding defensive plays in the outfield for the Pack, playing primarily center field...played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Brewster Whitecaps last summer.
2002(So.): Was bothered by a knee injury which required surgery in March...played in 35 games starting 30 all in center field...seventh on the team with a .301 batting average...season high hit streak was six games...two four-hit games in the Santa Clara series when he went 9-for-15...seven multi hit games, five 2-hit and two 4-hit...three two RBI outings.
2001(Fr.): Named to Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-America team and All-Western Athletic Conference first team...April 8, WAC Player-of-the-Week after hitting .474(9-of-19), with 10RBI, scoring four runs, hitting four home runs and had seven extra base hits(2-2B, 3B, and 4HR)...batted .317 which ranked seventh on the team...tied for second on the team and sixth in the conference with 11 home runs...slugging percentage of .582 was fourth on the team and sixth in the WAC...additional WAC rankings include: home runs per game(.20pg,T4th), walks per game (.50pg,T5th), and RBIís per game(.85pg,10th)...tied Mike Gillies for the team lead with 13 multiple RBI games, 11, 2RBI games, a 4RBI game and a 5RBI contest...16 multiple hit games, 11, 2-hit, and five 3-hit outings...posted a team high 6RBI at Fresno State when he hit a grand slam and a 2RBI single...10 total bases in the TCU game tied for team single game high honors...twice belted two home runs in a game, against Southern Utah and TCU...the two home runs in a game tied him for the most by a Wolf Pack player in a game...20-game hit streak was second on the team and tied for the second longest in the WAC...during the 20 game streak he batted .375 with 24 runs scored, 30 hits, 30RBI, six doubles, one triple, and 10 home runs.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in football and soccer as well as baseball at Notre Dame High...hit .320 for his career including a .394 mark as a senior when he had 10 homers, 12 doubles and 10 stolen bases...played at Dodger Stadium as a senior for the Division 3 CIF Championship...All-CIF and All-Valley selection by the L.A. Times and L.A. Daily News...teams most inspirational player and comeback player-of-the-year.
PERSONAL: Journalism major...born April 10, 1982...son of Chuck and Dierdre Dickerson...hopes to become a marketing executive...likes cooking, the beach, golf and playing PlayStation.
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