UCLA Baseball BIO
Cody Regis
Player Profile:
Cody Regis 1264493
Position: Infield
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 235
Year: Senior
Hometown: Glendora, Calif.
High School: Glendora HS
Played in at least 54 games in each of his four seasons at UCLA...finished his career as UCLA's career postseason leader in games played (34), at-bats (120), runs scored (tied, 20), home runs (tied, 5), walks (20) and RBI (22)...is the only UCLA player to ever play in three College World Series...drew the fourth-most walks in school history (129)...belted 15 of his 16 career home runs in the second half of the season.

Played in 54 games, making 51 starts (39 at second base, seven at first base, five at designated hitter)...batted .234 with 19 runs, eight doubles and 29 RBI...drew 30 walks while slugging .281 and posting an on-base percentage of .350...led the team with a .291 batting average in Pac-12 play, slugging .372 with a .380 on-base percentage in 26 conference games...totaled eight multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games...went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and a RBI against California on March 24...enjoyed an eight-game hitting streak from April 6 to April 20...went 2-for-3 with two doubles and a career-high six RBI vs. Arizona on May 10, leading the Bruins to a 10-2 victory...followed that up with a 4-for-4 game the next day, scoring three runs and recording two RBI in the Bruins' 7-1 win over the Wildcats...started all 10 postseason games, batting .226 with five runs, three RBI and a team-high seven walks...recorded a hit in all three of UCLA's games at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, helping the Bruins to a 3-0 record at the Regional...hit .250 in five College World Series games...went 1-for-3 with a run scored against North Carolina State on June 18 before going 1-for-3 with a RBI vs. North Carolina on June 21...in game two of the CWS Finals vs. Mississippi State, went 2-for-4 with two runs and a RBI in UCLA's 8-0 win that clinched the NCAA Championship.

Played in 60 games, making 58 starts (33 at third base, 13 at first base and 12 as designated hitter)...batted .239 with one home run, one triple, four doubles, 25 RBI and 31 runs...registered a .361 on-base percentage...ranked fourth on the team with a .330 batting average in Pac-12 games, going 29-for-88 with 13 RBI and 18 runs...was second on the team with a .464 on-base percentage in conference games...totaled 12 multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBI performances...had a season-high three hits and three RBI in the series finale at Oregon State (April 22), going 3-for-4 with one home run, three RBI and three runs...went 2-for-3 with a career-high four runs in UCLA's 11-3 win at Washington (May 12)...finished the three-game series sweep at Washington going 4-for-9 (.444) with five runs and three walks (May 11-13)...went 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI in the Bruins' 15-3 win at Arizona (April 14)...had consecutive two-hit games in losses to Oregon (April 5-6)...drew a season-high three walks in three games.

2011 (summer)
Played in 52 games for the Wisconsin Woodchucks...batted .283 with six home runs, two triples, 11 doubles, 28 RBI, 29 runs and 33 walks...ranked fourth on the club in batting average (.283) and tied for second in home runs (6)...Wisconsin went 24-46, tied for seventh place in the league's South Division.

Played in 57 games, making 56 starts at third base...batted .284 with a team-leading six home runs and 45 RBI...also led UCLA with a .448 slugging percentage...totaled two triples, 10 doublers and 20 runs, compiling a .381 on-base percentage...drew a team-high 34 walks...logged a .305 batting average in Pac-10 play, collecting a team-leading 22 RBI in conference games...hit safely in 33 of the Bruins' final 45 games...finished the season tied for second in the Pac-10 in walks (34), ranked seventh in RBI (45) and tied for eighth in home runs (6)...registered one career-high 15-game hitting streak (March 29-April 22) during which he raised his batting average from .179 to .303 (change of 124 points)...totaled 13 multiple-hit games, including one season-high four-hit effort (at Oregon, May 8) and two three-hit games...led UCLA with nine multiple-RBI games, including one season-high four-RBI effort (at Washington State, April 9)...batted .286 (4-for-14) with one double, two RBI, one run and three walks in four NCAA Regional games, posting a .412 on-base percentage...went 2-for-4 with one double and one RBI in a 4-1 victory over San Francisco in an NCAA Regional elimination game (June 5)...went 3-for-8 with one home run, four RBI and two runs in UCLA's first two games, both victories, in a three-game Pac-10 series at Arizona State (May 27-28)...went 2-for-4 with two RBI and one run in a 10-3 series-opening win at Arizona State (May 27)...went 2-for-4 with one solo homer at UC Irvine (May 24)...went 2-for-5 with one homer, one double, three RBI and one run against Cal State Bakersfield (May 14)...went 4-for-4 with one walk and one RBI in a 4-0 victory at Oregon (May 8)...went 1-for-5 with an inside-the-park home run, two RBI and two runs at Pepperdine (May 3), logging UCLA's first inside-the-park homer since the second game of a doubleheader at Long Beach State on March 22, 2008 (Brandon Crawford)...went 4-for-11 (.364) with one double and two RBI in a three-game Pac-10 series against Arizona (April 15-17)...went 5-for-13 (.385) with one double, five RBI and one run in a three-game Pac-10 series at Washington State (April 8-10)...led UCLA past Washington State, 10-3, by going 3-for-5 with one double, four RBI and one run (April 9)...went 2-for-4 with one triple, one double, one run and one RBI in a 5-3 win against Washington (April 2)...went 3-for-4 with three RBI in the second game of a doubleheader against San Jose State (Feb. 27).

2010 (summer)
Played in 24 game for the Bellingham Bells of the West Coast Collegiate League...batted .250 with four doubles, 15 RBI and 10 runs...played for Bellingham alongside UCLA teammates Chase Brewer and Scott Griggs... Bellingham went 25-22 overall, finishing third in the West Coast Collegiate League's West Division.

Played in 61 games, making 53 starts (46 at third base, seven at second base)...batted .312 with nine home runs, one triple, 17 doubles, 47 RBI and 41 runs...earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 Team accolades...among UCLA's most productive performers in the postseason, batting .340 in 12 games, going 16-for-47 with five home runs, two doubles, 13 RBI and 12 runs - logged a team-best .702 slugging percentage in the postseason and a .436 on-base percentage...posted a .280 batting average in six College World Series games, going 7-for-25 with one homer, one double, five RBI and four runs...secured All-Tournament Team honors at the College World Series and NCAA Los Angeles Regional...finished the season tied for the team lead in home runs (nine, with Dean Espy), but did not hit his first homer of the season until May 7 (UCLA's 42nd contest) - belted nine home runs in the team's final 26 games, including seven in the last 16 contests...was one of 14 Pac-10 players to register nine or more home runs...ranked seventh in the Pac-10 with 35 walks, the second-highest total on the team...recorded 14 multiple-hit games, including a season-high three hits against Pepperdine (May 4)...tied for the team lead with 15 multiple-RBI games (along with Dean Espy), including five three-RBI efforts...hit safely in each of his first seven starts, all at third base...had a season-best three hits in a 3-for-4 effort in UCLA's 5-1 victory at Pepperdine (May 4)...went 2-for-4 with one double and two RBI at Long Beach State (Feb. 23)...went 2-for-4 with two doubles, one RBI and one run in the series finale against Oral Roberts (March 21)...went 2-for-5 with one double, one RBI and one run in a 7-1 win at UC Santa Barbara (March 23)...went 2-for-5 with one double and two RBI in a series-opening Pac-10 victory over Stanford (April 1)...went 1-for-4 with a three-RBI double in the first inning of a 5-1 win over Oregon (April 18)..went 2-for-3 with his first career home run, two RBI and one run in a series-opening 7-2 victory at Washington (May 7)...went 1-for-4 with one triple, three RBI and two runs in the second game at Washington (May 8)...went 1-for-4 with his second career home run, three RBI and two runs against USC (May 15)...hit safely in each game of UCLA's sweep at California (May 21-23), going 4-for-11 with five runs and two walks...went 2-for-3 with one home run at Cal State Fullerton (May 25)...went 4-for-9 (.444) with two home runs, one double, five walks, six RBI and five runs in three games at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional...went 2-for-3 with one double, two runs and one RBI in the Bruins' 15-1 win over Kent State (June 4)...went 1-for-4 with a solo home run that put UCLA ahead for good in a 6-3 win against LSU (June 5)...went 1-for-2 with a three-run homer in the eighth inning that pushed the Bruins' cushion from 3-2 to 6-2 in the NCAA Regional-clinching win over UC Irvine (June 6)...went 5-for-13 (.385) with two solo home runs in three games at the NCAA Super Regional against Cal State Fullerton - went 2-for-5 with one pair of solo homers in Game 2, an 11-7 UCLA win in 10 innings (June 12)...went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer against TCU (June 19), pushing the Bruins into the winners' bracket in their second game of the College World Series...went 2-for-4 with one run in a loss to TCU (June 25) before responding the next day with a 2-for-2 effort against TCU (June 26), registering one double, two RBI, one run and three walks in UCLA's 10-3 win to advance to the championship series.

High School
Three-year varsity letterwinner at Glendora High School under head coach Dan Henley...batted .355 as a senior (2009), totaling three home runs, 24 runs and 18 RBI...earned first-team All-Sierra League honors as a senior, in addition to being named a scholar-athlete selection at Glendora...batted .354 as a junior (2008), registering one home run, seven doubles, 22 RBI and 17 runs...earned first-team All-Sierra League accolades as a junior...batted .403 with three doubles, 13 RBI and 16 runs as a sophomore (2007), leading Glendora in batting average and walks...secured second-team All-Sierra League honors that season, in addition to being named a scholar-athlete selection...played in the 2008 Kiko Garcia Sports Training All-Star Game (top underclassmen in San Gabriel Valley)...also played for the Tampa Bay Rays Scout Team in 2007 and 2008...listed by ESPN Rise Magazine as a top-50 baseball player in the greater Los Angeles area prior to his senior season...played in the 2009 USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary, N.C...competed in the Babe Ruth World Series in Washington D.C., where he was awarded a Gold Glove Award as the team's shortstop...named the San Gabriel Valley 18-and-under Babe Ruth Team Most Valuable Player in the summer of 2009.

Full name: Cody Ryan Regis...born June 8, 1991 in Tucson, Ariz...Cody is the oldest of Steven and Betsy Regis' three sons...has two younger brothers, Willy and Wyatt...Sociology major.

Career Highs
At-bats - 6 vs. Florida (6/19/10)
Runs - 4 at Washington (5/12/12)
Hits - 4 at Oregon (5/8/11)
RBI - 6 vs. Arizona (5/10/13)
Doubles - 2 (three times), last vs. Arizona (5/11/13)
Triples - 1 (four times), last at California (5/18/12)
Home Runs - 2 vs. Cal State Fullerton (6/12/10)
Stolen Bases - 1 (15 times), last vs. California (3/24/13)


2010 Fr. .312 61 53 189 41 59 17 1 9 47 105 .556 35 1 46 5 .420 1 6 7 7
2011 So. .284 57 56 194 20 55 10 2 6 45 87 .448 34 1 56 2 .381 7 6 4 7
2012 Jr. .239 60 58 188 31 45 4 1 1 25 54 .287 30 8 46 2 .361 4 3 3 5
2013 Sr. .234 54 51 171 19 40 8 0 0 20 48 .281 30 1 36 0 .350 1 4 1 7
TOTALS   .268 232 218 742 111 199 39 4 16 137 294 .396 129 11 184 9 .379 13 19 15 26



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