13 - Andy Campanella
Andy Campanella
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Toluca Lake, Calif.
High School: Crespi H.S.
Position: Outfield
Honors: 3V
2002
The three-year letterwinner will be the starting center fielder for the Gauchos.

2001
Started in 26 of 41 games played...Batted .294 with 25 hits, four doubles, a home run and 19 RBI...Was third on team with 10 stolen bases...Had three walks and four stolen bases against Dartmouth...Has improved his batting average every year at UCSB.

2000
Started 46 of 53 games for the Gauchos...Led team with seven stolen bases and nine times being hit by pitch...Batted .288 with 47 hits, ten doubles, 29 RBI and 36 runs scored...Went 4 for 5 with three runs scored against Cal State Northridge...Hit two triples in a game against Cal Poly...Played summer ball for the California Coastal Collegiate Champion Santa Barbara Foresters.

1999
Played in 33 of the Gaucho 53 games and started 11...Contributed nine hits,11 runs and six runs batted in to the Gaucho offense...Went 7-16 with four RBI against New Mexico State...Also played solid defense with a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.

High School
Played for Scott Mulkey at Crespi High School...Batted ..401 overall and .519 in his senior year...Had six homers and drove in 43 runs his senior year...Collected five hits in one game...Set school records in career hits (131), doubles (29), triples (10), RBI (116), runs (98) and set single-season marks in triples (5) and batting average (.519)...Was first team All-CIF, first team All-Valley and Mission League MVP his senior year...Led his team to the 1998 Mission League Championship...Was MVP of his freshman football team.

Personal
Born October 2, 1979 in Toluca Lake, CA...Roots for the Chicago Cubs, Boston Red Sox and LA Clippers...Favorite movies include Braveheart, and Swingers...Enjoys watching Croc Hunter and Sports Center...Favorite athletes are Nomar Garciaparra and Joe Dimaggio...Was also recruited by UCLA, LMU and Pepperdine...Favorite novel is Breakfast of Champions...Is the youngest of seven brothers, four of which played intercollegiate athletics...Son of Joseph and Jill Campanella.

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