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Prep Baseball 1994 / Small Schools : Aliso Niguel

March 06, 1994

1993 RECORDS None (new school)

COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL Mike Chapman: 0-0

RETURNING STARTERS: None

TOP RETURNERS: None

TOP NEWCOMERS YR. POS. B-T Greg Ferrell Jr. 3B R-R Clint Hayden Jr. 3B R-R Aamer Khan Jr. 2B R-R Jason Redwan Jr. 3B R-R Jake Rizzotto Jr. C R-R Todd Schafer So. 1B/P R-R Matt Shea Jr. SS R-R Jerry Smith So. Inf S-R Eddie Stevenson Jr. P R-R

OUTLOOK

Chapman paid his dues for several years as the junior varsity coach at La Quinta and an assistant varsity coach at Dana Hills. He will learn the joys and hardships of building a program from scratch in his first season as a varsity head coach. "This is going to be a good learning experience," Chapman said. "Being a new school and a new program, we have a lot of things to figure out. It's going to take some time, but we'll get there." The Wolverines are without a home playing field and a league this season. Aliso Niguel will become a member of the Pacific Coast League in 1995. Until then, however, Chapman said scheduling games will be difficult. "It's been a nightmare finding games. I wish we had more, but we'll just have to learn as much as possible with the ones we could get." Chapman was pleased when more than 100 students attended tryouts for the varsity and lower-level teams. Redwan and Shea figure to be the top players this season.

SCHEDULE

March 10 at Laguna Beach; 11 at Villa Park; 12 at Capistrano Valley Christian; 14 at Los Amigos; 16 at Southern California Christian; 17 at Corona del Mar; 19 at El Toro (2); 26 at Trabuco Hills; 29 at Santa Margarita.

April 6 at Capistrano Valley Christian; 9 at Laguna Hills (2); 23 at Tustin.

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