Sonoma State baseball fans eager to see the exploits of Joey Parigi have been disappointed this season.

Parigi, a three-time all-state selection at Monterey High who played at Texas and Arizona State, was expected to have a big impact as an outfielder and pitcher.

Unfortunately for the Seawolves, Parigi, a junior, was declared acdemically ineligible early in the season.

In nine games, he hit .333 (8 for 24) with a homer and seven RBIs. He pitched 2/3 of an inning. SSU coach John Goelz expects Parigi to play next season.