September 3, 2007 - Website voters incorrectly predicted Jason James would be the first RiverHawk to break a team record.
James fell short of his effort to break Olmo Rosario's record of a .373 batting average. A late surge in support gave James 46 percent of 195 total votes.
Tanner Watson recorded his 11th win of the season, breaking John Tomsu's record, in the season finale. Nearly 29 percent of voters picked Watson.
Nearly 24 percent predicted Rich Austin's record of 15 home runs would fall to Matt Hagen. It didn't - Hagen finished with 13. Less than two percent predicted James would break Ben Fjelland's record of 27 doubles. He fell four short.