1 Chris Fox
1 Chris Fox
Birth Date: 03/21/1986
Height: 5-10
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Redondo Beach, Calif.
High School: Redondo Union HS
Previous College: El Camino College
Position: Outfield
Slated to be the Gauchos centerfielder to start the year. 2007
Started 50 games and played in 51...Batted leadoff and played centerfield in his first year with UCSB...Finished first on the team with 40 runs scored and 14 stolen bases in 21 attempts...Finished second on the team in four offensive categories including a .328 batting average, 67 hits, 11 doubles, and 87 total bases...Also amassed three homeruns and 30 RBI...Drew 25 walks in route to a .414 OBP...Had a 22-game hitting-streak from April 6 to May 20...Had one four-hit game and seven three-hit games...Scored in 27 out of 51 games...Scored two runs in a game 13 times and one run 14 times...Fielded .968 in 124 chances, with 120 putouts. El Camino College
Donned the Warrior uniform at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif. as a freshman and sophomore playing for Chad Nammack...Hit .368 with 12 doubles, 42 runs scored, three triples, four homeruns, 21 walks, 26 stolen bases and 30 RBI as a sophomore...Led the Warriors in virtually all offensive categories en route to a First Team All-South Coast Conference selection in 2006...Batted .348 with eight doubles, two homeruns, 30 runs scored, four walks, nine stolen bases and 24 RBI as a freshman...Earned Honorable Mention All-South Coast Conference honors after his freshman campaign. Summer Ball
Played for the Alaska Goldpanners of the Alaska Baseball League in 2006...Batted .316, which ranked seventh in the Alaska Baseball League...Also collected three doubles, three stolen bases and 13 RBI on the season. High School
Played for Tim Ammentorp at Redondo Union High School...Was a three-year starter in centerfield for the Seahawks...Batted .410 with nine doubles, three triples, four homeruns, 30 RBI, 12 walks and 18 stolen bases as a senior...Connected for a .350 average and eight doubles, four triples, four homers, 22 RBI, 15 walks and 16 stolen bases as a junior in 2003...Named First Team All-Ocean League as a sophomore and junior...Earned First Team All-South Bay Area honors as a senior...Guided the Seahawks to Ocean League championships in 2003 and 2004...Selected as a scholar athlete all four years of high school...Also made the academic honor roll in all four years...Played linebacker for Redondo Union as well...Named First Team All-Ocean League in football in both his junior and senior years...Recruited by UCLA, UC Irvine, Loyola Marymount, Lewis and Clark College, San Jose State and Long Beach State. Personal
Born on March 21, 1986 in Torrance, Calif...Majoring in sociology and emphasizing mostly on pre-physical therapy courses at UCSB...Aspires to become a physical therapist or exercise physiologist...If he was not playing baseball, he would be on the football field...Roots for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Angels, and Green Bay Packers...Favorite athletes are Ray Lewis, Aaron Rowand, and George St. Pierre...Enjoys watching "Rounders"...Watches "Baseball Tonight" on the small screen...Would invite Denzel Washington, Dave Matthews, and Jack Johnson to dinner if he had the choice... Claims UCSB assistant coach Nik Rodriguez gave him the best hitting advice he has ever received...Has a brother, John...Son of John and Connie Fox.