2014 (Senior): Brought a four-year SMC career to a close by starting in all 39 games he appeared in ... Hit .236 with 22 runs and 15 RBI, finishing fourth on the team in runs scored. Also stole eight bases, finishing in a tie for third in the category ... Missed the first 11 games of the season due to a hamstring injury but came out of the gates strong by hitting safely in 13 of his first 15 games played ... Hit .322 in that season-opening 15-game stretch, scoring 14 times and driving in eight runs ... Was particularly strong when leading off an inning, hitting .419 (18 for 43) when batting first ... Had nine multi-hit games, including three-hit efforts at Cal State Fullerton and San Diego ... Drove in multiple runs in a game four times, plating a season-high three on May 4 at San Diego ... Started all but one of his games at shortstop.
2013 (Junior): Earned All-West Coast Conference honorable mention in third season with the Gaels... hit .248 with 38 hits and six extra base hits... appeared in 49 games, making 47 starts at shortstop... finished fourth on the team with seven stolen bases... in WCC games only, Boas hit at a .304 clip with a .338 on-base percentage... he also stepped up his defense making only three errors with a .966 fielding percentage in WCC games... had a 10-game hitting streak during WCC play... had 10 multi-hit games with seven of those coming in conference games.
2012 (Sophomore): Played in 53 games, making 51 starts, both career-bests...finished the year with a .219 batting average going 43-for-196...the 196 at bats was tops on the team...finished the year with 10 multi-hit games and six multiple-RBI games...scored 20 runs, and drove in 19 RBI..of his 19 RBI, 14 came with two outs...finished the year with 13 extra base hits, including 11 doubles, one triple and one home run...hit his first collegiate home run on 5/1 at Nevada...the 11 doubles was third on the team and 18th in the West Coast Conference...led the team with nine stolen bases which was eight in the conference...tallied a career-high four hits against Southern Utah on 2/18...hit .322 as a lead off hitter...went 2-for-4 with a runs scored and a double agaisnt Oregon State on 3/1...sported a .261 on base percentage and a .301 slugging percentage...in 24 conference games he started 23 and finished wit 14 hits and 10 RBI...the 10 RBI was tied for fourth on the team in WCC action.
2011 (Summer): Played for the Elsinore Heat a new team in the Orange County Collegiate League...was named a mid-summer all-star..helped his team finish for a tie for first in the Southern Division...hit .267 for the summer with a home run.
2011 (Freshman): Was named to the All-West Coast Conference Freshman Team...played in 33 games starting 20, made his SMC debut on 3/1 at San Jose State...notched his first collegiate hit 3/12 vs. No. 24 UCLA...made his first collegiate start on 3/13 vs. Georgia at Dodger Stadium in the Dodgertown Classic...hit .267 (20-for-75) with 17 runs, four doubles, a triple and 11 RBI...In WCC play he played in 15 games starting 11...hit .310 which was third on the team...nine of his 11 RBI came against conference foes...named CollegeBaseball360.com Primetime Player of the Week for his efforts in the road series victory over No. 24 Gonzaga...went 6-for-13 (.462) with four runs scored, a triple, and three RBI in that series...tallied a season-high three hits against the Bulldogs on 4/22...scored the game winning run in the walk off win against No. 21 Stanford on 4/26...finished the year with four multiple-hit games and three multiple-RBI games...hit .394 with runners on (13-for-33) which was second on the team...led the team with a .500 (12-for-24) average with runners in scoring position.
High School: The infielder from Elsinore High School in Lake Elsinore, CA lettered three years for the Tigers in baseball...he was a three-time First Team All-Sunbelt honoree in 2008, 2009, and 2010...he was named team captain his senior year...was awarded the varsity gold glove as well as being named a senior all-star...for his career he hit over .400 with seven home runs, and 70 runs batted in...the fleet footed infielder also stole over 25 bases in his three-year career...in his junior campaign he hit .402 with 22 runs scored, 35 hits, 21 RBI, five doubles, two triples, and four homeruns...he was also recruited by UC Irvine, UC Riverside, Fresno State, UC San Diego, and Cal State Fullerton.
Ricky Boas Career Statistics