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Brian Felten
2008 Loyola of LA High School Varsity Head Coach

 

2000 Alaska Goldpanners
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Out ofLoyola Marymount
H/W B/T6-04 / 205 ; R/R
BornSeptember 30, 1979
BirthplaceGranada Hills, CA
Home Mission Hills, CA
PrepCrespi HS

 

Brian Felten, Defensive Coach for Orleans Cardinals
Loyola High School of Los Angeles
Hometown: Mission Hills, CA

Brian grew up in Mission Hills, and starred on the Crespi High School baseball team in the mid-90s. By graduation, he was among the Top 10 in numerous pitching and batting categories. Brian played his college baseball at Loyola Marymount where he was a 4-year letterwinner and where his pitching coach was Kelly Nicholson. During those four years, LMU won three WCC championships, and during the summers Brian fought the big mosquitoes while playing for the Alaska Goldpanners.  Today, Coach Felton is the head coach at Loyola High School, where he jsut completed his second season with a CIF Southern Section Division III Title.  Felton had previously been an assistant at Loyola under Cardinals pitching coach Chris Beck.

 

  • 2003: Crespi Golf Tourney Winner, Longest drive in fairway (holes 17 and 18)

  • 1997  Graduate of Crespi HS in Encino, CA

  • Earned three varsity letters in baseball

  • 1997  Named All-City selection

  • 1997  Named All-Conference selection

  • 1997  Named All-CIF selection

  • 1996  Named All-CIF selection


Front Row (r to l): Christian Cardenas, Tim Paulson, Chris Delja, ***, Ronnie Lauer, Michael Jordt, Anothony Trejo, ***, Zeke Morrow ; Middle Row: Rob Hirsh, Tim Mathews, Dean Robb, Tommy Salazar, Andy Campanella, Luke Worgan, Jason Miller, Brian Bounarti, Nick Rita ; Top Row: Asst. Coach Rob Hernandez, Morgan Irving, ***, Joey Gennaro, Brian Felten, Joe Varley, Tim Leveque, Ryan Warren, Coach Scott Muckey

The MVP of the 1997 Celt team, Brian Felten, after defeating Royal in the CIF Quarterfinals. 

COLLEGIATE HIGHLIGHTS

  • 2000  Named to All-Alaska Baseball League team

  • 2000  Crespi Baseball Over-The-Line Tournament Champion

  • 1998  Named All-WCC Honorable Mention

2001
6/29/01:  START - 6IP, 0R VS GLACIER PILOTS
7/2/01:  1IP, 0ER - WIN VS KENAI OILERS
7/4/01: START - 7IP, 3ER - WIN VS AIA-ALASKA
7/7/01: 1IP, 0R VS AIA-ALASKA
7/9/01:  START - CG, 8IP, 3ER - LOSS VS ANCHORAGE BUCS
7/14/01:  START - 8IPP, 2ER VS GLACIER PILOTS
7/18/01:  1IP, 0R VS ANCHORAGE BUCS
7/20/01:  1IP, 0R VS - WIN VS ANCHORAGE BUCS
7/25/01:  6IP, 4ER VS KENAI OILERS
7/30/01:  START - 6IP, 2ER - WIN VS MAT-SU MINERS

2000
8/5:
Road to Major Leagues takes turn in Alaska
8/1: Panners Top Oilers in Tourney Finale
7/31: Assael assails Panners with blast
7/28: Six Panners Earn Honors for Summer Work
7/22: Goldpanners get two critical wins
7/20: Panners extend streak
7/6:
Panners Sweep Pilots
6/21: Panners Mow Down Foresters
6/16: Athletes in Action edge Panners

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2000-01 Alaska Goldpanners
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Batting Stats

NameGABH2B3BHRAvgOBABBHPSORRBISB
20011120000.000.000002000
TOTALS531651390771218.236.3682254632923020563

 

Pitching Stats

YEARWLIPERAGSGCHHRRERBBSOHBWP
2000 4147.001.3460283107144064
20014153.02.21735011813134022
 TOTALS 82100.0 1337842820278086

 


Loyola Marymount Statistics 1998-99-2000

Pitching Stats

 ERAW-LAPPGSCGSHOSVIPHRER
19987.618-3171220088.21208275
19995.804-221500449.2663532
20006.096-318400034.0492923
Total6.5018-85621204172.1235136130
 BBSO2B3BHRABB/AVGWPHBPBKSFA
1998275422313379.3175614
19991739526212.3111401
200013221314142.3450112
Total5711540623733.32561127

 


 

Brian Felten (00-01) gets early bragging rights in the family

February 23rd, 2008

Byline: HEATHER GRIPP Staff Writer

Brian Felten gets early bragging rights in the family and in the Mission League.

Loyola of Los Angeles defeated visiting Crespi of Encino 4-3 on Tuesday to not only give the Cubs’ baseball coach a victory over the team for which his younger brother plays, but also lift Loyola into sole possession of first place in the Mission League.

Brian Clark singled in Trey RallisΒ Β for the deciding run in the sixth inning.

The teams, which entered the game tied for first place, meet again Thursday at Valley College.

“With my brother being on the team, I follow Crespi real closely,” said Felten, also a former Celt

`I probably know more about Crespi than any other team we play.”

Paul Felten is a senior outfielder for the Celts (13-6, 6-1). He walked in the first inning, but finished 0 for 2.

Another set of brothers was instrumental in giving Loyola (15-5, 7-0) an early 3-2 lead. Cubs junior Danny Muno hit his team-high seventh home run in the first inning, then doubled in older brother Kevin Muno in the second inning.

A two-out double by Crespi’s Carlos Lopez tied the score in the fifth inning. The Celts had four doubles in the game, including the ones by Sean Camacho and Jeremy Rodriguez that drove in runs in the first inning.

Crespi’s Sean Gilmartin and Travis Forbes finished with two hits each. John Paillet and Danny Muno led Loyola with two hits apiece, and teammate Justin Shepherd was 1 for 1 with three walks and an RBI.

Cubs junior right-hander Patrick Drolet (6-1) got the win with 1 2/3 innings of hitless relief.

Reliever Jeff Warren (0-3) took the loss. Celts starter Matt Wabby had eight strikeouts in five innings, but frequently had to work out of jams because of the six hits and six walks he issued.

Loyola is in a familiar situation, having won a share of last year’s league title, but Crespi is loaded with underclassmen who saw last year’s Celts fail to reach the playoffs.

“It’s fun to play them,” Brian Felten said. “It’s fun to complete against the coach I played for. I learned a lot from him, so maybe I can use some of his tricks against him.

“We lost a lot a lot of guys from last year, but guys have been stepping up and we’ve been winning a lot of games late. We did that again today.”