2008 Played in 41 games, making 27 starts (21 in left field, four in right field and two as designated hitter)...compiled a .247 batting average (23-for-93) and .388 on-base percentage, drawing 13 walks and seven hit-by-pitches...logged five doubles, two home runs, 17 RBI and 10 runs...hit safely in 15 of 27 starts...totaled a season-high three hits in four at-bats against Virginia in the first game of the Fullerton Regional (May 30)...was 2-for-4 with one run in the regular-season finale at California (May 25)...belted his second homer of the season to extend UCLA's lead at UC Irvine (May 13); finished the game 1-for-3...was 1-for-3 with two RBI in the series finale against Arizona State (May 4)...went 2-for-3 with one run and one RBI in an 8-1 win at Washington...lined an 0-and-2 count pitch into center field with two outs in the bottom of the 11th inning, scoring Brandon Crawford from second base to send UCLA past UNLV, 8-7, in a non-conference mid-week game (April 22).
2007 Played in 39 games, starting 24 contests (13 in left field, four in right and seven as the designated hitter)...finished second on the team with a .417 on-base percentage; finished third with 18 walks and nine hit-by-pitches...recorded six multi-hit games and three multi-RBI performances...compiled a .545 average (6-for-11) through opening weekend against Winthrop (Feb. 2-4), totaling four RBI, one run and one triple...hit safely in each of three games against Cal State Fullerton (Feb. 23-25)...posted a 2-for-4 effort with one run at San Diego State (March 17)...finished 2-for-4 with one double, two RBI and one run at Stanford (March 31)...hit 2-for-5 against Washington (April 7).
High School Two-year letterwinner in baseball at Sierra Junior College for head coach Rob Willson...led the Big-7 Conference in 2006 with a .420 batting average and a .535 on-base percentage...earned Northern California Community College All-America accolades as a designated hitter and first-team All-Big-7 Conference honors...helped lead Sierra JC to its first-ever Final Four appearance and a 35-16 overall record (6-3 postseason)...suffered an injury in Sierra's first Big-7 Conference game in 2005 and was forced to miss the remainder of the season...excelled in the classroom, making the Dean's List...played baseball in high school at Casa Roble HS.
Personal Full name: Mickey Daniel Weisser...born September 6, 1986 in Carmichael, Calif...Mickey is the youngest of Dan and Patti Weisser's two children...has one sister, Kristin...sociology major.
Career Highs At-bats - 5 (twice), last vs. Washington (4/7/07) Runs - 2 vs. Pacific (3/25/07) Hits - 3 vs. Virginia (5/30/08) RBI - 2 (five times), last vs. Arizona State (5/4/08)