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Lobo Baseball Releases 2015 Schedule

"Nowhere to breathe."
That's how UNM head baseball coach Ray Birmingham described his team's 2015 schedule, which was officially released Tuesday. The Lobos will face seven teams that advanced to the 2014 NCAA Tournament, including the No. 1 overall seed Oregon State Beavers, super regional participant Houston, and Texas Tech, which advanced all the way to the College World Series.


Ray Birmingham


Head Coach

Ray Birmingham is entering his eighth year as head coach of the UNM baseball team after another successful campaign in 2014.

The Lobos claimed a share of the Mountain West regular-season title, which was the fourth straight championship season for UNM. It also marked the third straight season of at least a share of the MW regular-season championship, putting the Lobos in elite company. UNM is one of just five programs in the nation that can claim three straight conference regular-season championships.

2014 saw two Lobos (Chase Harris and Danny Collier) earn All-America honors, while Sam Haggerty was named the program's first Academic All-American since 2006. Harris was also named the District VIII Player of the Year by the NCBWA. Collier earned MW Freshman of the Year honors, and Alex Real was a semifinalist for the Johnny Bench Award for best catcher in the country.


Ken Jacome


Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

Ken Jacome is in his 11th year at New Mexico, joining the staff in the summer of 2004. Prior to joining the Lobos, Jacome was the head coach at El Paso Community College for six seasons and then handled the Lobo pitching staff before shifting to infield coach/recruiting coordinator following the 2008 season.

Under his watch, recruiting efforts have brought numerous MLB draft picks and All-Americans to UNM in recent years, including DJ Peterson (three-time All-American, first-round draft pick), Mitch Garver (two-time All-American, ninth-round draft pick), Austin House (11th-round draft pick), Sam Wolff (sixth-round draft pick), Alex Real (24th-round draft pick), Chase Harris (14th-round draft pick) and Josh Walker (22nd-round draft pick and second winningest Lobo of all-time) among others.

Under Jacome, the Lobos' defense has recorded five of the top nine fielding percentage in school history, including a record .976 mark in 2009, which was also the first time the Lobos led the conference in fielding since the 2005 season. Outfielders Brian Cavazos-Galvez and Max Willett posted perfect fielding percentages and were the Lobos' top two fielders. In 2013, Chase Harris was perfect in the outfield in 138 chances, setting a new school record for most chances without an error -- breaking the record of 123 set by Willett in 2009.


Dan Spencer


Assistant Coach/Pitching Coach

Dan Spencer enters his third year with the Lobos after spending the previous four seasons as the head coach of Texas Tech, compiling a 115-112 record. Before joining Texas Tech for the 2008 season, Spencer spent 11 seasons at Oregon State as the Beavers hitting coach (1997-2003) and pitching coach (2004-2007). He helped lead Oregon State to back-to-back College World Series titles in 2006 and 2007.

"This is huge for the continued success of our program as we try to get to Omaha," UNM head coach Ray Birmingham said when Spencer was hired. "Dan is a quality guy and one of the best pitching coaches in the nation."

In 2014 Lobo pitchers recorded their lowest collective ERA (4.23) since 1977. It was also the seventh lowest staff ERA in the program's 115-year history. The bullpen also saved 16 games, breaking the school record of 14 set in 2013. Colton Thomson (6-6, 3.68 ERA), Josh Walker (7-5, 3.87) and Drew Bridges (4-1, 3.66) all thrived as weekend starters for Spencer and the Lobos.


Tony Cappuccilli


Volunteer Assistant Coach

Tony Cappuccilli enters his first year as a volunteer assistant coach for the Lobos. A native of Huntington Beach, Calif., Cappuccilli was an All-American in 1999 at Edison High School where he broke the Orange County career home run record. He attended Nevada and played for the Wolf Pack from 2000-03 and helped lead them to a Big West title and an NCAA Tournament berth in 2000. As a junior in 2002 he hit a team-high .357 and slugged 10 home runs to also lead the squad. During his four years the Wolf Pack played .553 ball (125-101) as he hit .288 with 28 home runs and 90 RBI in 168 games.

Following graduation, he played one year in the Frontier League for the Florence Freedom before turning to coaching. He began his career back at Edison HS, where he was an assistant during the 2004 season. Following one year at Trout Lake High School in Trout Lake, Wash., he returned to Edison and spent the following four years helping coach the Chargers.

Cappuccilli earned his master's degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia in 2009. He spent three months that year in Germany as part of the MLB Envoy program. From 2010-13 he was an assistant coach at Irvine Valley College, and spent the 2014 season as a volunteer assistant at UNLV. In 2010 he was also an assistant coach for the Brewster Whitecaps in the Cape Cod League, and from 2011-14 he was the head coach of the Anchorage Bucs in the Alaska Baseball League.

Jacob Jarreau


Student Manager

PERSONAL: Born August 12, 1994, to Jim and Susan Jarreau in Oklahoma City, Okla. ... has one younger brother, Michael ... attended Palm Harbor University and played one year of baseball where the Hurricanes were district champions in 2012 ... named second team all-conference as an infielder ... is a two-time Florida Junior Beach Volleyball Champion and at 16 won the 18-U state tournament ... graduated summa cum laude with a 4.3 GPA in high school ... is an avid sock collector and enjoys playing beach volleyball ... favorite athlete is Kevin Durant and favorite baseball team is the New York Yankees ... loves orange chicken ... favorite movie is Django Unchained.

Robert Rimorin


Sports Med Staff

Robert Rimorin enters his fifth year working for the University of New Mexico's Sports Medicine staff. His primary job responsibilities are caring for the university's varsity baseball team. Rimorin is also responsible for managing the complex's athletic training room, and overseeing the graduate assistant athletic trainers for men's soccer, women's soccer, softball, and men's and women's tennis.

A 2006 graduate of UNM, Rimorin also worked with the baseball team as a graduate assistant at UNM while attaining his master's degree in Sports Administration, which he received in December 2008.

Prior to his return to the University of New Mexico, Rimorin spent a year and a half at Colorado Mesa University covering men's soccer, wrestling and the men's and women's swimming and diving teams.


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