5 - Gabe Jacobo|
|Previous School:||Tulare Western HS|
Named to Preseason Wallace Watch List for the 2008 Season...named fourth best prospect in Alaska Baseball League this past summer by Baseball America...hit .286 with five homers, making the league’s postseason all-star team.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2007)
Led the Hornets in 10 offensive categories in 2007, including batting average (.363), slugging percentage (.623), runs scored (44), hits (81), RBI (44), doubles (12), home runs (14), total bases (139), sacrifice flies (7), and steal percentage (10-12, .833)…posted a career day at Pacific on May 1 with a 4-for-5 performance at the plate with two home runs, three runs scored, and six RBI…batted .386 during the final two months of the season, connecting on nine of his home runs and 22 of his RBI during the last half of the year…collected 10 multi-RBI games during the season…posted a .991 fielding percentage while manning first base for the Hornets.
AS A FRESHMAN (2006)
Played in 15 games and made two starts at shortstop...batted .158 with three hits, three RBI, three walks, five runs and one double...first career RBI came in a 5-2 win over Northern Colorado on March 11...spurred a six-run comeback in the seventh and eighth innings that fell short in a 9-6 loss at Nevada on May 12...went 2-for-2 with a two-run double and a run scored.
A 2005 graduate of Tulare Western HS in Tulare, Calif...played four years at shortstop for head coach Danny Costa and was also the Mustangs’ quarterback for four seasons under head coach Luis DaSilva...as a senior he was named Tulare County Baseball Player and Athlete of the Year...during the 2005 baseball season, he batted .363 with 41 RBI, 10 home runs and a .765 slugging percentage...leading his team in the playoffs, he hit home runs in three consecutive playoff games as the Mustangs went on to the CIF Division II Valley Championship with a 22-9 record...as a junior and sophomore, he was named first team East Yosemite League and received all-area honors...during his senior football season, he threw for 3,117 yards and 38 touchdowns...was named first team all-East Yosemite League and league Offensive Player of the Year.
Born April 14, 1987...parents are Bob and Carmen Jacobo...major is kinesiology...would like to become a PE teacher after graduation.