29 Andrew Schoneberger
29 Andrew Schoneberger
Birth Date: 11/23/1982
Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
Year: Senior
Hometown: Goleta, Calif.
High School: Dos Pueblos HS
Position: LHP
In his first full year concentrating solely on baseball, the senior will serve as a quality left-hander out of the bullpen.

Appeared in nine games, all in relief...Sported a 8.59 ERA in 7.1 innings pitched...Managed to notch seven strikeouts in nearly the same amount of innings...Had a season-high three strikeouts at Washington on March 6.

UC Santa Barbara
A talented two-sport athlete at UCSB also playing water polo for four years...2004: Totaled 32 goals as a senior...Scored in 20 of Santa Barbara's 32 games...His 110 career goals rank 15th all-time in career scoring at UCSB...2003: Amassed 36 goals...Was an honorable mention All-MPSF performer and earning All-Academic acclaim from the American Water Polo Coaches' Association...2002: Scored 33 goals, ranking among the top-20 scorers in the MPSF...2001: Scored nine goals and was named UCSB's Most Improved Player.

High School
Attended Dos Pueblos High School where he played water polo for Jim Ranta and baseball for Scott O'Leary...Earned All-American honors in water polo...Named Channel League and Team MVP for water polo after guiding the Chargers to the league title his senior year...Also a First Team All-CIF choice as a senior...National Honor Society member...Received the California Scholarship Federation President's Award for academic excellence...Also swam at DPHS.

Born November 23, 1982 in Downey, California...Majoring in Art Studio with a minor in Art History...Lance Armstrong and Tom Glavine are his favorite athletes...Roots for the Boston Red Sox...Most memorable sports moment was playing in the 2003 World University Games...Favorite movies are The Big Lebowski, The Natural and Caddyshack...Favorite TV shows are Seinfeld and Family Guy...Reads Sports Illustrated and enjoys the book It's Not About the Bike...Has two brothers, Eric and Brian...Son of Bill and Marion Schoneberger.