Will likely continue in a middle relief role in 2003…Junior college transfer from nearby Palomar College who was one of the first pitchers out of the bullpen last season...Competed during summer of 2001 for the North County Waves based in nearby Carlsbad...Threw a no-hitter at the NBC World Series as his team finished third in the nation.
SDSU 2002: Made two starts and 13 relief appearances in his first season at San Diego State…Only decision of the season was a loss in the season opener at Hawaii-Hilo…Starts came at Air Force and at New Mexico late in the season…Longest outing was 4.2 innings in his start at New Mexico…Recorded a save vs. Southern Utah, pitching the final three innings with three strikeouts…His strikeout total in Utah contest was a season best, matched by the three he had vs. UNLV in two innings on April 12…Walked only six batters in 33.2 innings over the course of the season while striking out 19…Started the exhibition contest vs. Lake Elsinore Storm, the Class A affiliate of the San Diego Padres…Went two innings, allowing no hits and striking out two.
Junior College: Played two seasons of baseball at Palomar JC in San Marcos, Calif…First-team all-Pacific Coast Conference selection as a sophomore...In 14 appearances (all starts), compiled a record of 6-4 with a 2.05 ERA...Threw five complete games including a pair of shutouts…Had a 5-2 record and 1.73 ERA in league games...Struck out 60 and walked 22...Received conference player of the week honors…Second-team all-conference as a freshman...Record of 5-0 with a 6.75 ERA...Had over 124.1 innings pitched with 80 strikeouts and 30 walks during his two years with the Comets...Carried a 3.63 gpa…Recruited by UC Santa Barbara, Oral Roberts, Pacific and Chico State.
High School: Three-year varsity letterman at San Marcos High School...Coached there by Eric Morton...Named to the all-Palomar League first team as a senior...Led the team in innings pitched and was voted Most Improved Player all three seasons...Honor roll student every semester with a cumulative 3.83 gpa...Also played football.
Personal: Eric Wayne Human was born Jan. 26, 1981, in San Diego...Son of Jessie and Julie Human...Was married last August (Anna)…Hobbies include golf, working out and spending time at the beach...Majoring in business administration at SDSU with career plans to become a U.S. marshal.
Human’s SDSU Career Statistics Year G-GS-CG IP H R ER BB SO W L SV ERA 2002 15-2-0 33.2 41 24 21 6 19 0 1 1 5.61