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This is Bulldog Baseball................................................................1 Table of Contents/Credits...........................................................2-3 Belief, Faith, Trust: Bulldog Style..................................................4 By The Numbers............................................................................5 Where Champions Are Made.....................................................6-7 The Citadel Strength & Conditioning..........................................8-9 Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park.........................................................10-12 Historic College Park...................................................................13 The Citadel Clubhouse...........................................................14-15 Fields Throughout The Citadel History........................................16 Bulldogs in The Citadel Hall of Fame.....................................17-19 1990 College World Series.....................................................20-25 This is The Citadel..................................................................26-27 Academics...................................................................................28 The Citadel Ring..........................................................................29 Bulldog Mascots..........................................................................30 The Citadel Campus....................................................................31 Honor...........................................................................................32 Leadership...................................................................................33 Why The Citadel?........................................................................34 Points of Pride.............................................................................35 This is Charleston, S.C...........................................................36-37 Fundamentals of Baseball with Fred Jordan...............................38 CitadelSports.com.......................................................................39 Louisville Slugger........................................................................40

Chase Martin...............................................................................79 Chris McGuiness....................................................................80-81 Nick Orvin....................................................................................82 Matt Reifsnider.......................................................................82-83 Grant Richards............................................................................84 Matt Simonelli.........................................................................84-85 Kirk Sims.....................................................................................85 Nick Spowls.................................................................................86 Matt Talley...................................................................................87 Asher Wojciechowski...................................................................88

Coaches and Staff...................................................89-98

Head Coach Fred Jordan.......................................................90-93 Assistant Coach David Beckley...................................................94 Assistant Coach Randy Carlson..................................................95 Assistant Coach Jon Aughey.......................................................96 Before They Were Coaches........................................................96 Strength Coach Donnell Boucher................................................97 Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Craig Clark...................... 97 Equipment Manager Tim Mitchell................................................98 Groundskeeper Mike Williams.....................................................98 Team Manager Stephen Amick...................................................98 Team Manager Leland Shealy.....................................................98

2009 Opponents/Southern Conference............. 99-112

2009 Preview...........................................................41-46

Quick Facts, By The Numbers.....................................................42 2009 Rosters...............................................................................43 2009 Schedule............................................................................44 2009 Outlook..........................................................................45-46 2009 Preseason Depth Chart......................................................46

Player Profiles..........................................................47-88

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Bryan Altman..........................................................................48-50 Matt Crim................................................................................51-53 Johnny Dangerfield................................................................54-55 Sid Fallaw...............................................................................56-57 Sonny Meade.........................................................................58-60 Brian Shubsda........................................................................61-62 Trey Thomas..........................................................................63-64 Joey Welling...........................................................................65-66 Wes Wrenn.............................................................................67-69 Damon Ardis................................................................................70 Chris Boyce.................................................................................70 TJ Clarkson.................................................................................71 Raymond Copenhaver...........................................................71-72 Chris Evans.................................................................................73 Zach Garrett................................................................................73 David Greene..............................................................................73 Jim Johnson................................................................................74 Legare Jones...............................................................................74 Richard Jones........................................................................75-76 Kyle Jordan............................................................................76-77 William Ladd................................................................................78 Jeremy Long................................................................................78 Justin Mackert.............................................................................78 Drew Mahaffey............................................................................79

Air Force....................................................................................100 Charleston Southern.................................................................100 Coastal Carolina........................................................................100 Indiana State.............................................................................100 Marshall.....................................................................................100 Mercer.......................................................................................101 Presbyterian..............................................................................101 Quinnipiac.................................................................................101 Radford......................................................................................101 Savannah State.........................................................................101 South Carolina...........................................................................102 Tennessee Tech.........................................................................102 USC Upstate.............................................................................102 Winthrop....................................................................................102 The Citadel Memorial Challenge...............................................102 Appalachian State.....................................................................103 College of Charleston................................................................103 Davidson...................................................................................103 Elon...........................................................................................104 Furman......................................................................................104 Georgia Southern......................................................................104 UNC Greensboro.......................................................................105 Samford.....................................................................................105 Western Carolina.......................................................................105 Wofford......................................................................................106 Fred Jordan vs. 2009 Opponents..............................................106 This is the Southern Conference........................................107-108 2009 Southern Conference Tournament...................................109 2009 Southern Conference Composite Schedule...............110-111 2009 Southern Conference Tournament Bracket...................... 112

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The CitadelTable Baseball of Contents Table of Contents 2008 In Review................................................... 113-122

2008 In Review.......................................................................... 114 By The Numbers........................................................................ 114 Important Dates in 2008............................................................ 115 2008 Record Breakdown........................................................... 115 2008 Overall Statistics............................................................... 116 2008 Results............................................................................. 117 2008 Miscellaneous Statistics................................................... 118 2008 Home Runs...................................................................... 118 2008 Superlatives...................................................................... 119 2008 Southern Conference Statistics........................................120 2008 Southern Conference In Review......................................121 The Last Time............................................................................122

History and Records........................................... 123-164

All-Time Superlatives.................................................................124 Top Pitching Performances.......................................................125 Season Superlatives.................................................................125 Season/Career Records............................................................126 Year-by-Year Leaders.........................................................127-130 Louisville Slugger......................................................................131 Single Season Bests..........................................................132-133 Career Leaders..................................................................134-135 All-Time Letterwinners........................................................136-137 Southern Conference Awards & Honors....................................138 National Awards & Honors.........................................................139 Bulldogs in the Majors...............................................................140 Bulldogs in the Minors........................................................141-142 Bulldogs in the Draft..................................................................143 Coaching Records.....................................................................144 Season-by-Season Records.....................................................144 Records vs. Opponents.............................................................145 The Citadel in the Southern Conference Tournament............... 146 The Citadel in the NCAA Tournament........................................147 Year-by-Year Results..........................................................148-163 CitadelSports.com.....................................................................164

Administration and Media Information............. 165-172

President Lt Gen John W. Rosa, Jr...........................................166 Director of Athletics Larry Leckonby..........................................167 Athletics Support Staff...............................................................168 The Citadel Sports Network......................................................169 The Citadel Media Relations.....................................................170 Media Guidelines.......................................................................170 Media Outlets............................................................................171 Road Headquarters...................................................................171 Media Roster.............................................................................172

The Citadel Athletics Department Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at The Citadel is to develop, maintain, and continue to improve a well-rounded program of athletics geared to the aims and objectives of The Citadel, the Southern Conference, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. In order to carry out this mission, all athletics personnel must be familiar with the athletics policy as approved by the Board of Visitors and the President of The Citadel: The Citadel policy on intercollegiate athletics includes a balanced program covering a broad spectrum of sports for men and women. The College will support this program to enable its representatives to be competitive in every respect. The Citadel will compete as a Division I institution under current NCAA and Southern Conference regulations. The athletics program will be conducted within the aims, standards, and objectives of The Citadel as a comprehensive military college providing a quality education. The Department of Athletics is committed to gender and minority equity in all of its programs. In addition, for the safety and welfare of student-athletes, The Citadel maintains full-time certified trainers, a college surgeon, and special orthopedic doctors to provide medical support services. The Citadel is a member of the NCAA with Division I FCS classification in football and Division I classification in all other sports. In addition, the college is a member of the Southern Conference, which is comprised of Appalachian State University, The Citadel, College of Charleston, Davidson College, Elon University, Furman University, Georgia Southern University, UNC Greensboro, Samford University, University of Tennessee Chattanooga, Western Carolina University, and Wofford College.

Guide Credits

The Citadel Baseball 2009 Media Guide was published by The Citadel Media Relations Office with the intent to serve all media and supporters of Bulldog Baseball. The guide was written, designed and edited by Associate Director of Media Relations Patrick Walsh. Editorial and research assistance provided by Stephen Amick, Noelle Blaney, Al Buddin, Jamie Severns and The Citadel baseball staff. Covers designed by Grant Hawkins of GH Design (Dallas, Texas). The 2009 Media Guide was created using Adobe InDesign CS3 and was printed by Wentworth Printing. The Citadel Athletics Media Relations Office extends thanks to all SoCon and opponent sports information offices, The Citadel Public Affairs Office and all members of past Citadel sports information staffs that have assisted in compiling information that is vital to the publication of this guide. Any corrections to this guide are welcome and should be directed, in writing, to The Citadel Athletics Media Relations Office.

Photo Credits

Pictures provided by Russ Pace, the Southern Conference, Tom Miller and the individual organizations that have so graciously provided pictures of former Bulldogs in the ranks of professional baseball. Major League player photos provided by Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Montreal Expos, Pittsburgh Pirates, and St. Louis Cardinals. A special thanks is extended to Bill Mitchell and Major League Baseball and its organizations for providing pictures of The Citadel’s minor league players. Additional copies may be purchased through The Citadel Ticket Office or online at CitadelSports.com for $10. Mail orders should include $5 for shipping and handling.

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Bulldog “Belief, Faith, Trust” Style Over the past 17 seasons, head coach Fred Jordan has seen his Bulldogs win seven SoCon titles and advance to the NCAA Regionals six times. A former Bulldog pitcher, Jordan has established the Bulldogs as one of the hardest working and most consistent teams in the country.

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Hard work is what “Bulldog Style” is all about. With talent that can compete at any level, Jordan instills the words “Belief, Faith, Trust” into his players and by the time spring training rolls around, they are not just words, but a way of life on and off the diamond.

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Jordan’s players never leave the field with a clean uniform or without dirt on their faces. Many around the Southern Conference point to this as the reason the Bulldogs have been so successful since Jordan took the reigns in 1992.

ing staffs traditionally rank in the top-30 in the nation in earned run average, while also being one of the top pitching teams in the SoCon. Jordan’s pitching staffs have won eight conference ERA titles during his tenure. Jordan is not only a pitching guru, but his teams have produced superior hitting numbers and play exceptional defense as well. During his tenure, Bulldog players have hit over .300 for a season on 97 different occasions while 24 have stolen over 20 bases in a single season. During his 17 seasons, The Citadel record books have been rewritten and the majority of the offensive records are held by hitters under his tutelage. Jordan’s clubs regularly lead the conference in fielding percentage, including in 2004 when the Bulldogs set a new single-season record with a .974 mark.

All of these factors can be summed up in these Since Jordan arrived, every player that has been words ... “The Citadel Baseball. Not Just a Searecruited by him has been in a position to win a son, but for a Lifetime.” Southern Conference Championship. His pitch-

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The Citadel Alma Mater Oh, Citadel, we sing thy fame for all the world to hear. And in the paths our fathers showed us follow without fear. Peace and Honor, God and Country, we will fight for thee. Oh, Citadel, we praise thee now and in Eternity.

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Strength &Competitors Conditioning Developing into Successful Both On and Off the Field Seignious Hall The home of The Citadel’s football program, Seignious Hall provides the Bulldogs with one of the most modern and complete facilities of its kind in the Southeast. The building also houses The Citadel Sports Medicine and Athletic Strength and Development Departments as well as the athletic department’s equipment room. Opened in the spring of 1983, the building is named in honor of one of The Citadel’s former presidents, Lt. Gen. George M. Seignious II. The $1.5 million facility, which sits behind Vandiver Hall and overlooks the Ashley River, was financed through private funds.

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In addition to housing the football coaches’ offices, Seignious Hall also has a spacious training room, large dressing rooms, meeting rooms, equipment storage areas, and a spacious weight room which is supplied with modern weight-training equipment. The weight room has undergone a facelift in the last few years, including the addition of more than 30 new weight training machines, new state-of-the-art flooring, and new cardio equipment that benefits all athletes.

Strength & Conditioning Principles 1. STAY SAFE 2. REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY 3. BECOME A MORE EFFICIENT MOVER 4. INCORPORATE FIRST, ISOLATE LAST 5. GROUND BASED TRAINING 6. INCREASE POWER OUTPUT 7. INCREASE WORK CAPACITY 8. CONSTANT ADAPTATION 9. CHARACTER & TEAM CHEMISTRY 10. DEVELOP THE BALANCED ATHLETE 11. MASTER PROGRESSIONS 12. INTENSIVE, EDUCATED COACHING 13. DEVELOP THE “BULLDOG ATTITUDE”

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Donnell Boucher Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Mission of The Citadel Strength & Conditioning To provide the knowledge, coaching and motivation needed by our cadet-student-athletes to progress into successful competitors, both on and off the field.

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“The body will tolerate more than the mind will lead it to believe. Our program is built around several principles that stem much farther than that phrase is capable of reaching. However, if I could pick one thing that I could give to every athlete that trains with us, then it would be that mentality. I think focus is the single most important facet of athletic performance enhancement, as well as on field performance. Distractions are really the only thing that can slow a person’s progress. When an athlete has developed the mental toughness to never be distracted by things like fatigue, environment and surroundings, they become pretty hard to beat.�

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In the spring of 1997, a Citadel official was quoted as saying the Bulldogs had three important things going for its baseball program: weather, tradition and the best facility in college baseball. When The Citadel moved from historic College Park to Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park and played their first game in “The Joe” on April 6, 1997, the Bulldogs continued to play in one of the best facilities in college baseball. Named for the longtime – and current – Charleston mayor who is a 1964 graduate of The Citadel, “The Joe” has seating for 6,000 in one of the most picturesque ballpark settings in the country. Designed by HOK Sport, the same architecture firm that designed Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Coors Field in Denver, Jacobs Field in Cleveland, Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. and PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Riley Park is located on the banks of the Ashley River with a view of the Charleston Marina beyond the leftcenter field wall. The winning tradition that was a mainstay at College Park was immediately established in the first game ever to be played at Riley Park on April 6, 1997. The Citadel’s Ryan Butler blasted a two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Bulldogs a 6-5, come-from-behind victory over Western Carolina. Not to be outdone by advancements in technology, Riley Park was upgraded in 2006 when a state-of-the-art video board was installed, replacing the original matrix board. In addition, a new scoreboard was installed featuring LED lighting. Since its first full season as home of the Bulldogs in 1998, Riley Park has seen over 481,000 fans file through the gates to

Notes on “The Joe” *Bricks -- Over 280,000 were used. That’s nearly three bricks for each person in Charleston. *Sprinklers -- There are a total of 75 sprinkler heads. *Light Poles -- There are six, each 120-feet high with 112 luminaries producing 168,000 watts of light. *Showers -- One could have a daily shower for three months and never use the same shower. There are a total of 96 in the ballpark. *Speakers -- The park has a total of 90 speakers. *Grass -- Riley Park has Tifway Burmuda 419. watch The Citadel play, averaging over 43,700 fans per year. The single game attendance record for a collegiate baseball game at “The Joe” was on March 30, 2005 when 5,802 people watched The Citadel play South Carolina. The most fans to watch the Bulldogs over the course of a season at home was in 2004 when over 58,500 fans headed to “The Joe” to watch the Bulldogs play. The Citadel has finished in the top-35 nationally in attendance eight times in the 11 seasons playing at Riley Park. The roaring crowds in support of the Bulldogs make “The Joe” one of the toughest places to play in the South. That has resonated with the success of the program as the Bulldogs have accumulated a 264-132 (.667) record at Riley Park. That includes a 12543 (.744) mark in Southern Conference games. That success rate is an extension of the success established at College Park from 1967 – 1997 as the Bulldogs went 549-257 and posted a .681 winning percentage. In its inaugural season, Riley Park became home to the Southern Conference Tournament, a popular mainstay in the Holy City. One of the most attended college baseball tournaments in the nation, The Citadel and Riley Park hosted the SoCon Tournament through the 2008 season, marking 19 consecutive years the tournament has been held in Charleston. After a year’s absence in Greenville, S.C., the tournament is slated to return to its home city in 2010.

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ThisHome isof “The Bulldog Best Facility in College Baseball Baseball” Top Crowds to Watch The Citadel at Riley Park 1. 5,802 #8 South Carolina 2. 5,419 College of Charleston 3. 5,351 #24 South Carolina 4. 5,345 South Carolina 5. 5,111 College of Charleston 6. 5,055 #1 South Carolina 7. 4,980 Western Carolina 8. 4,895 #6 South Carolina 9. 4,892 College of Charleston 10. 4,862 Wofford

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sion booths, three locker rooms, umpires’ locker room, training rooms, significant office space and just about all amenities for which one could ask. The Citadel shares its home with the Charleston RiverDogs, the Class-A affiliate of the New York Yankees. The RiverDogs currently play in the South Atlantic League (SAL).

Year-by-Year in Riley Park 1997 -- Overall: 9-3 (.750), SoCon: 6-1 (.857) Opened park with 6-5 win over Western Carolina on April 6. 1998 -- Overall: 22-12 (.647), SoCon: 11-4 (.733) Captured fourth SoCon Tournament title. 1999 -- Overall: 25-9 (..735), SoCon: 12-2 (.857) Won fifth SoCon Tournament title. 2000 -- Overall: 27-5 (.844), SoCon: 15-0 (1.000) Won 11th SoCon Regular Season title. 2001 -- Overall: 26-10 (.722), SoCon: 10-5 (.667) Captured sixth SoCon Tournament title. 2002 -- Overall: 21-12 (.636), SoCon: 13-2 (.867) Won 12th SoCon Regular Season title. 2003 -- Overall: 19-9 (.679), SoCon: 11-4 (.733) 2004 -- Overall: 25-10 (.714), SoCon: 15-0 (1.000) Captured seventh SoCon Tournament title. 2005 -- Overall: 17-19 (.472), SoCon: 8-7 (.533) 2006 -- Overall: 27-13 (.675), SoCon: 10-5 (.667) SoCon Tournament runner-up. 2007 -- Overall: 24-15 (.615), SoCon: 6-6 (.500) SoCon Tournament runner-up. 2008 -- Overall: 22-15 (.595), SoCon: 8-7 (.533) Host of 19th consecutive SoCon Tournament in Charleston.

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The single-game tournament attendance record of 5,419 was set in 2003 for an opening round game between The Citadel and the College of Charleston. The tournament attendance record was set in 2004 when more than 35,000 fans attended the SoCon Tournament at Riley Park, an average of 2,343 per game. Over 300,000 patrons have attended the 19 previous SoCon Tournaments held in Charleston and anxiously await its return. Riley Park is more than a playing field for the Bulldogs. The Citadel’s clubhouse, affectionately named “Chal’s House” after legendary coach Chal Port, provides individual lockers for each player, a full amenity bathroom facility, coaches’ locker room and office and meeting space. The Bulldog Hall of Fame that boasts players that have gone on to the professional ranks, along with The Citadel’s Wall of Champions, line the halls leading to the clubhouse. There are also exclusive tunnels that run to the batting cages and dugout as well as a sports medicine training room. Riley Park also features ample restroom facilities, convenient concession stands, sufficient parking, a state-of-the-art videoboard, an easy-to-read scoreboard with LED lighting, party areas, skyboxes, a comfortable press box with separate radio and televi-

The Citadel Bulldog Clubhouse at Riley Park is affectionately named “Chal’s House” in honor of legendary Citadel coach Chal Port.

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Annual Attendance at Riley Park Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Season Total 25,276 35,092 34,387 53,501 36,883 43,498 58,541 48,981 53,923 57,512 33,844

Avg./Game 743 1,032 1,075 1,486 1,118 1,582 1,515 1,399 1,382 1,474 940

Top Single Crowd 4,517 4,960 2,792 5,015 5,342 5,419 4,214 5,803 5,351 5,111 4,895

In its 11 seasons at Riley Park, The Citadel has ranked in the top-35 nationally in attendance on eight separate occasions. Riley Park, or “The Joe” as it is affectionately known, hosted the Southern Conference Tournament from 1997 - 2008. The Joe will host one of the nation’s premier collegiate conference tournaments once again in 2010 when the Southern Conference Tournament returns to its home city.

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After serving as the home to The Citadel baseball program for more than 26 successful seasons, historic College Park remains a part of the Bulldog program as the team’s practice and training facility. Known with a lengthy tradition for housing sporting events in Charleston, College Park served as host of the Southern Conference Tournament from 1990 – 1996 and still remains host to Dixie League games, travel team tournaments and baseball camps throughout the year.

College Park features a well-manicured playing surface, four full-length batting cages, a tee and soft toss area, a bullpen area with five pitching rubbers and a full-size clubhouse. Prior to Riley Park opening in the spring of 1997, College Park was home to the Bulldogs and the Charleston RiverDogs while also serving as the set for the movie Major League III: Back to the Minors and the local television drama Palmetto Pointe. The Citadel was 549-257 in the 30 years the Bulldogs called College Park home with 6,000 seats right on top of the field. Roaring crowds and hard-nosed teams made College Park an intimidating place for any opponent. Besides being a home for the Bulldogs, College Park has been home to the various minor league teams that have called Charleston home since the 1940s. College Park has also been the site of several major league exhibitions throughout its history. The Cincinnati Reds, Washington Senators, St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox have all taken the field at College Park. Also home to several concerts throughout history, College Park once hosted “The King,” Elvis Presley. Until 1967, the park was occasionally used by The Citadel when Washington Light Infantry Field, then home of the Dogs, was unplayable due to weather conditions. After the ballpark at WLI was extensively damaged by a tornado which swept through Charleston in 1966, the school leased – and eventually purchased – the park from the city and the Bulldogs began play there in 1967. College Park underwent renovations in 1984 and 1985 and was rebuilt after extensive damage from Hurricane Hugo in 1989 destroyed the roof, press box and tore out the light poles. Rebuilt before and during the 1990 season, the ballpark was home to the magical 1990 team that became the first – and still is the only – team from any military college to ever advance to the College World Series.

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Located along the west side of Rutledge Avenue between Grove and Cleveland Streets, the once-city owned park was given its name by virtue of the College of Charleston leasing it for several years for its athletic games.

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McAlister A Brand New Field Clubhouse House Orginially constructed in 1939 and renovated in 1989, McAlister Field House serves as the indoor home of the baseball program. With the seats pulled back, there is space for three full-size basketball courts and the baseball team utilizes this space throughout the year when inclement weather prevents the team from practicing elsewhere. The facility, which also houses the athletic department’s administrative offices, has a seating capacity of 6,000. When it was built in 1939, it was referred to as “The Citadel Armory” and seated 4,500 for basketball games.

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Top to bottom, McAlister Field House is one of the top arenas for its sports in the region for both participants and fans. Even though 6,000 fans can pack into McAlister Field House for a basketball game, no fan is further than 24 rows away from the court. In addition, concession stands and rest room facilities are located on both the first and second floors. With the seats pulled back, there are three full-size basketball courts for practice. During inclement weather, The Citadel’s baseball, football, tennis and track and field teams use the facility.

McAlister Field House has hosted such entertainment acts as Dave Matthews, Widespread Panic, Bob Hope, Kenny Rogers and Patti LaBelle. Events that have utilized the multi-purpose bulding include WCW Wrestling, Charleston Cup Gymanastics Championships, Special Olympics, Moja Arts Festival, Rotary/Red Cross Roundball High School Basketball Classic and a number of high school and collge commencement ceremonies.

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Through the generous donations of Bulldog alumni and fans, The Citadel Baseball unveiled a completely remodeled clubhouse in McAlister Field House prior to the 2008 season. “The Bulldogs Other Home,” the clubhouse in McAlister Field House is used on a daily basis and when the team is not playing or practicing at Riley Park. The remodeling of the clubhouse was financed almost entirely through donations and gifts-in-kind and features new wooden lockers for each player, new tile in the showers, a new stereo system, 42” flat screen plasma televisions, new carpet and furniture in the coaches offices and a brand new academic enrichment center.

McAlister Field House is one of the oldest college basketball venues currently in use today. Bulldog athletic teams have been calling it home since 1939. There are only 11 other venues that surpass The Citadel’s historic field house, including The Palestra at Penn and Butler’s Hinkle Field House.

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Fields The Citadel’s Facilities of Throughout Dreams History Washington Light Infantry (WLI) Field Located on the banks of the Ashley River on campus behind Indian Hill, WLI Field was the official home of the Bulldogs until the 1967 season.

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College Park College Park became the official home of the Bulldogs in 1967. College Park also hosted the 1960 team that won the school’s first Southern Conference Championship.

Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park a.k.a. “The Joe” Riley Park has been home to the Bulldogs since April 6, 1997.

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“Eddie was tight,” Daniel remembers, “though he didn’t have much to Britt Reames ‘96 start with. But I say with all sincerity that I was blessed that I was able to Reames was a hard-throwing right-hander who finished his career with work with Eddie Teague. He was a wonderful man who was somewhat an 18-7 record and 2.03 ERA. After his senior season, he was second embarrassed to ask for anything, but he got things done.” in school history with 296 career strikeouts, having established the mark for strikeouts in a season (135 in 1994) Teague eventually relented, and the tradition of each Hall of Fame memand game (18, vs. Marshall in 1995 during the ber owning two lifetime passes to all home athletic events continues. SoCon Tournament). He was a member of the 1994 pitching staff that set the mark with 531 The first Hall of Fame induction ceremonies took place in Jenkins Hall strikeouts and he recorded 10 wins in 1995. and remained there until they were moved to McAlister Field House in A two-time All-Southern Conference performthe mid-1990s. The format for the ceremonies pretty much remains the er (first team in 1995; second team in 1994), same. Reames earned All-SoCon Tournament honors in The original class of inductees included Cecil Johnson ’11, Richard King 1994 and 1995. In 1994 he had the best league ’29, W.F. “Gunner” Ohlandt ’51, Paul Maguire ’60 and John Small ’70. ERA (2.16) and in 1995 was tops in the league in strikeouts per 9 innings (11.3). He played on Today, there are 144 members in The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame, of two SoCon Tournament championship teams, one which 54 are deceased. Membership encompasses the sports of foot- team that captured a regular-season title, and ball, basketball, baseball, track and field, wrestling, soccer, boxing, rifle, pitched in the 1994 East Regional at Clemson and the 1995 Mideast Regional at Knoxville. tennis, golf and swimming. Reames was drafted in the 17th round by the St. The Hall’s by-laws permit only four athletes and one “honorary” member Louis Cardinals and in 2000 pitched for the Carto enter in each calendar year. Eighteen of the Hall’s inductees have dinals in the Division Series against Atlanta and the National League entered as “honorary” members. Most of the honorary inductees are Championship Series against New York. He played six years in the coaches while others are former administrators or boosters. However, Major Leagues for the Cardinals, Montreal Expos, Oakland Athletics one is a trainer (William Boswick) and another (George Norwig) is the and Pittsburgh Pirates. first “Voice of the Bulldogs.”

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They couldn’t remember if it was sunny, cloudy or rainy but they did Hartig, Reames Join Hall of Fame recall meeting in Athletic Director Eddie Teague’s office on the second floor of McAlister Field House. They were certain, however, that it was Phil Hartig, the most prolific hitter in Citadel baseball history, highlighted a list of six who were inducted into The Citadel Athletic Hall of hot outside. Fame this year. The induction ceremonies were held at McAlister Field Forgive these aging men if they can’t recall minor items like the day’s House during Hall of Fame Weekend on Nov. 1, 2008. weather. After all, it was more than 30 years ago. Also entering the Hall as members of the Class of 2008 are basketball On June 11, 1977, five volunteers from The Citadel Brigadier Club and standouts Rick Swing and Tom Slawson, baseball pitcher Britt Reames, two ex-officio committee members left Coach Teague’s air-conditioned and former Director of Athletics Walt Nadzak and longtime football office with papers in hand. Gen. George Seignious, The Citadel’s presi- videographer Carl Kilpatrick, who enter as honorary members. dent, had endorsed the volunteers’ work and the hard-nosed Teague was Phil Hartig ‘00 pleased. Even the school’s attorney had given it his blessing. Hartig is the most prolific hitter in Citadel baseball history as he esWhat those men walked away with on that suspected warm and humid tablished 14 offensive records and earned first team All-Southern day 31 years ago was the formation of The Citadel Athletic Hall of Conference honors all four years. The league’s Fame. They brought a unique way to honor, recognize and keep the Player of the Year in 2001, Hartig was also the legacy alive of those who proudly wore the blue and white and who ex- 1998 SoCon Freshman of the Year and twice celled on a higher plane on the various athletic fields, courts, rings, pools, earned All-America honors from Collegiate ranges and tracks of competition. Baseball (second team in 2000; third team in 2001). He finished his career ranked fourth in These celebrated combatants were clearly the best of the best. And the NCAA career total bases and seventh in cathey still are. reer hits. Among his many school records, Hartig holds the career marks in games played (239), The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame Steering Committee consisted of Her- runs (230), hits in a season (99) and career bie Wilcox, his brother, John Wilcox ’56, Bob Daniel ’49, Bob McDowell (360), career doubles (76), RBI in a season (86) ’55 and Stan Hurteau ’65. Jimmie Jones ’58 was the ex-officio member and career (290), career slugging percentage from the Brigadier Club and Jim Dodson ’55 represented the Association (.673) and career fielding percentage (.989). of Citadel Men. One of the first orders of business was that the Hall was Owning a career batting average of .367, Harto be jointly coordinated and operated by both the Association and the tig holds the mark along with Chip Cannon with Brigadier Club. 17 home runs in a season and for his career, he belted 64 home runs (second best is Anthony Jenkins’ 32). He played One benefit of membership in The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame is receiv- on Fred Jordan-coached teams that went a combined 155-88 and ing two free tickets to every home athletic event for life. Evidently, that started on teams that advanced to three NCAA regionals, won three perk was something that Teague, a hawk of a businessman, was reluctant Southern Conference Tournament titles and two SoCon regular season to give away. titles. Hartig was drafted in the 24th round by the Florida Marlins.

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The Citadel Bulldog Hall Greats of Fame Dick Almes ’61

Inducted: 1990 A first-team All-Southern Conference pitcher in 1958-60 ... captain of baseball team his senior season ... posted 30 career wins ... held the Southern Conference record for strikeouts in a season with 383 in 316 innings ... won 17 consecutive games over 1959-60 ... finished 40 of the 41 games in which he was the starting pitcher ... the one time he was replaced was due to an arm injury after pitching three no-hit innings ... graduated as a Distinguished Military Student ... was listed in Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities.

Jeff Barkley ’82

Inducted: 1990 A standout pitcher on the baseball team from 1979-82 ... was twice named first-team All-Southern Conference ... continues to hold school record for complete games in a season (9) and career (23) ... during a career in which he recorded 24 wins, he pitched 280.2 innings with 38 starts ... his 237 strikeouts and five shutouts continue to rank among the best in school history ... played on two SoCon championship teams (1979 and ’82), and was the winning pitcher when the Bulldogs defeated North Carolina, 9-4, in the 1982 NCAA East Regional in Columbia.

Paul Chapman ’53

Inducted: 1989 Former two-sport athlete, lettering in football and baseball ... was all-state in baseball and football ... was the nation’s second leading punter in 1952 and batted .537 on the baseball team ... was the head coach at Dillon High School beginning in 1969 and retired after the 1989 season ... amassed a 157-62-3 high school coaching record ... also coached at Hartsville and Chesterfield.

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Joe Chefalo ’59

Inducted: 1999 Lettered in both football and baseball ... served as co-captain in both sports as a senior ... honored as The Citadel’s top senior athlete in ‘59 ... named AllSouthern Conference in football in 1958 ... helped the baseball team to 19-5 record in 1959 by leading the squad in runs scored and stolen bases ... had successful careers in the Air Force and FBI.

Mike Cherry ’84

Inducted: 1997 Earned First Team All-America honors in baseball as a pitcher in 1983 after setting school single-season records for wins (13) and strikeouts (132) ... voted the Southern Conference’s Player of the Year as a junior in 1983 ... was a member of back-to-back SoCon championship teams in 1982 and 1983 ... was a second round draft pick of the Los Angeles Dodgers ... continues to rank among The Citadel’s all-time leaders in wins and strikeouts.

Tommy Clary ’59

Inducted: 1997 A four-year starter on the baseball team as a third baseman and outfielder ... in 1960, he earned All-Southern Conference accolades after hitting .421 ... established a new league single-season record with 32 runs batted in ... led The Citadel to the 1960 Southern Conference championship while pacing the squad in doubles ... also earned team most valuable player honors that season ... following graduation, he spent two years with the Chicago White Sox organization.

Ed Colby ’60

Inducted: 1998 Posted a 25-7 career record as a pitcher ... a co-captain on the 1960 team that won the Southern Conference championship ... tossed 29 career complete games and helped The Citadel to a four-year ledger of 62-30-1.

Gene Dotson ’76

Inducted: 1989 A two-sport standout who lettered four years (1972-75) in football and baseball ... became the first four-year letterman in 17 years when he received his fourth football letter ... was among the top-10 all-time in total offense (2,256) and in rushing (1,185) ... lettered in baseball from 1973-76, playing the outfield and pitching ... in 1974 and 1975, he led the team in home runs in a season (8) ... an All-Southern Conference baseball performer in 1975 ... received the Sportsmanship Award as the best all-around senior athlete ... signed with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1976 and played rookie league ball in Sarasota, Fla.

John Douglas ’27

Inducted: 1979 A four-year starter on the baseball team as a third baseman and outfielder ... in 1960, he earned All-Southern Conference accolades after hitting .421 ...

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established a new league single-season record with 32 runs batted in ... led The Citadel to the 1960 Southern Conference championship while pacing the squad in doubles ... also earned team most valuable player honors that season ... following graduation, he spent two years with the Chicago White Sox organization.

Graham Edwards ’39

Inducted: 1989 A football and baseball standout for the Light Brigade ... was killed in an Army Corps plane crash in 1945 ... helped pace the football team to the South Carolina Championship in 1938 with a perfect 4-0 record ... was an All-South Carolina and All-Southern Conference performer ... captained the baseball team, earning three letters ... earned two letters in football and served as acting captain for the first five games of the 1938 season.

Mack Erwin (Honorary)

Inducted: 1993 A 1950 graduate of Davidson who is an honorary inductee ... coached Citadel baseball from 1957-60 ... compiled the best record based on winning percentage in school history (62-30-1, .672) ... led the Bulldogs to the 1960 Southern Conference championship and to The Citadel’s first trip to NCAA post-season action ... led the 1960 team to a final ranking of 17th in the nation - the highest ranking of any Citadel athletic team at that time.

Charles Fabian ’51

Inducted: 1979 Earned four letters apiece in football, basketball and baseball ... captain of 1951 basketball team ... selected as the school’s Best All-Around Athlete.

Ken Feaster ’75

Inducted: 2001 Lettered four years on Chal Port-coached baseball teams, and was the first African-American baseball player in school history ... earned All-Southern Conference recognition three times - twice at second base and once at shortstop ... captained the ’75 team that won the Southern Conference championship ... held the school single season and career stolen base record and ranked among the top-15 nationally in stolen base percentage ... a Dean’s List student ... earned all-district and all-state recognition and led the 1974 team in seven offensive categories and the ‘75 team in five categories.

John Frost ’22

Inducted: 1979 Earned four letters apiece in football, basketball and baseball ... was twice allstate in football ... basketball teams won three state titles in four years ... played for Coach Frank Myers.

Gettys Glaze ’92

Inducted: 2007 A multi-talented athlete who played pitcher, catcher and designated hitter ... was the 1992 Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year and the league’s Freshman of the Year in 1989 ... remembered for catching and then pitching in a game against Cal-State Fullerton during the 1990 College World Series ... twice earned allconference honors at two different positions (designated hitter and pitcher) ... member of two Southern Conference championship teams ... led the ’92 team in complete games, innings pitched, wins, shutouts, strikeouts, times at bat, hits and runs batted in.

Lee Glaze ’86

Inducted: 1996 Standout on the football and baseball teams ... named Southern Conference Athlete of the Year in 1986 ... first-team all-conference selection in football in 1985 ... two-time first-team All-SoCon selection in baseball ... is listed among The Citadel’s all-time players in runs, hits, total bases, doubles, runs batted in, batting average, at bats and games played ... caught 43 passes for 555 yards his senior year ... recorded 12 assists from centerfield as a junior.

Alvin Heinsohn ’21

Inducted: 1982 An outstanding football lineman for four years ... selected All-South Carolina three times ... also played baseball ... received honorary Doctor of Law degree in 1963.

Buster Holland ’69

Inducted: 1991 All-Southern Conference second-team catcher as a junior ... All-Southern Conference first team and honorable mention all-America in 1969 after leading the league in hitting with a .413 average ... lifetime batting average was .353 ... led the ’69 team in hits (38), doubles (8), triples (3, tied with Mike Rose), RBI (18) and slugging percentage (.500) ... as a cadet, earned Gold Stars (3.7 or higher GPA),

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was on Dean’s List, and was a Distinguished Military Student.

Anthony Jenkins ’90

Inducted: 1999 Lettered in baseball and football ... named First Team All-America and Southern Conference Male Athlete-of-the-Year in 1990 having led the baseball team to a 46-14 record and appearance in the College World Series ... is remembered for “The Slide” in the 8-7 World Series come-from-behind victory over Cal StateFullerton ... a four-year letterman on the diamond ... had a .719 slugging percentage during the ’90 season ... scored a then-school record 70 runs in ’90 ... held the school record for hits in a season (89), total bases (161) and home runs (16).

Richard Jones, Sr. ’61

Tim Jones ’85

Inducted: 1996 A third-team All-American selection in 1985 ... an All-Atlantic Region pick in 1985 ... voted All-Southern Conference in 1984 and 1985 ... had a career batting average of .352, fourth highest in school history ... batted .429 in 1985, second best in school history ... held the school record for stolen bases in a season with 46 ... drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the second round ... his best year in the major leagues was 1989 when he batted .293 in 43 games for the Cardinals including .414 following the All-Star break.

Bill Marsh ’59

Inducted: 1996 Twice named to the All-Southern Conference baseball team ... led the Southern Conference in hitting in 1959 with a batting average of .405 ... won the CocaCola Baseball Award that was given to the Outstanding Squad Member ... named the team’s Most Valuable Player.

Frank McNeil ’38

Inducted: 1979 Earned 11 letters in football, basketball and baseball ... one of the founders of the Brigadier Club ... twice earned all-state accolades in basketball ... was second team all-conference.

Howard Mikytuck ’60

Inducted: 2004 A member of The Citadel’s baseball teams in 1958-60 that won 52 of 72 games and that were coached by Mack Erwin ... was a shortstop for one season before moving to third base for his junior and senior years ... serving as the team captain in 1960, which was the first Citadel baseball team ever to appear in the NCAA Regionals, he is remembered for slamming two home runs in the 8-6 victory at Clemson en route to his All-Southern Conference citation ... a career .340 hitter.

Mike Montei ’87

Doug Pounder ’71

Inducted: 1981 One of the first recipients of full baseball grant-in-aid ... was one of the top pitchers in Citadel baseball history ... held career records for games (52), games started (35), complete games (20), and innings pitched (257 2/3) ... led 1971 team to Southern Conference title with 10-1 record and 1.28 ERA.

George Rogers ’10

Inducted: 1979 Earned 12 letters in football, baseball and track ... captained each team ... coached Citadel football for 20 years, including four seasons as head coach (1913-15, ’19), and had an overall won-loss record of 14-16-3 (.470).

Jack Rogers ’22

Inducted: 1984 Earned 10 letters in baseball, football and track from 1918-22 ... served as captain of the baseball team for two seasons ... was all-state his freshman season ... was an assistant coach for the Bulldogs for six years.

Jack Simmons ’22

Inducted: 1980 Earned 13 letters in football, baseball, track and tennis ... coached the freshmen and varsity backfield ... served on school’s athletic council.

Billy Swails ’89

Inducted: 2003 A local product that lettered four times for Chal Port-coached baseball teams ... received All-Southern Conference honors three times as a second baseman ... earned a spot as a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association All-America Team in 1989 ... as a senior, he batted .420, one of only seven modern-day players to reach the coveted .400 mark and the last to do so ... at the end of his career, was first on the school charts in runs scored (159), walks (127) and assists (445), third in games played (176), at-bats (579), hits (195), total bases (265) and doubles (53), and fifth in stolen bases (58).

Ray Swetenberg ’27

Inducted: 1993 Lettered in football and baseball and was an All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association selection in 1926 ... was voted the best athlete in his senior class of 1927.

Billy Symmes ’35

Inducted: 1983 A four-sport athlete in football, boxing, track and baseball ... was selected all-state in football both his junior and senior years ... served as captain of the football team ... served as the regimental executive officer his senior year.

John Weeks ’17

Inducted: 2005 A two-time member of the All-Southern Conference baseball team and a fouryear letterman ... his 30 victories, along with Hall of Famer Dick Almes ’60, set the standard for all Citadel pitchers ... when he graduated in 1987, Montei was tied as the second all-time winningest pitcher in military college history ... also upon his graduation, he held school records for most innings pitched in a season (99.1 in ’87) and career (315), and most career appearances (64) ... regarded as a control pitcher with the breaking ball as his bread-and-butter pitch, Montei, as a freshman, was the winning pitcher for Coach Chal Port’s 400th career victory ... averaging a miniscule 1.3 walks per 9 innings, Montei defeated Furman in Greenville four consecutive years and was the winning pitcher against North Carolina three straight years.

Inducted: 1978 Was a three-sport star, starting four years in football (1913-16) and three in basketball and baseball ... was two-time all-state quarterback ... served as captain for both the football and basketball teams.

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Richard Wieters ’77

Inducted: 1996 An honorary inductee who spent 27 years (1965-91) as the head baseball coach ... compiled a 641-386-2 (.624) overall record ... remains the winningest coach in the school’s history at any sport ... led The Citadel to five postseason NCAA Regional Tournaments ... his ‘90 team advanced to the College World Series in Omaha ... that squad was the first and still only military school ever to reach the World Series ... posted a winning record in 24 of his 27 season ... led the Bulldogs to seven Southern Conference championships ... named Atlantic Region Coach of the Year in 1983 and 1990 ... named Southern Conference Coach of the Year five times ... voted state of South Carolina Coach of the Year three times ... honored by The Sporting News as the National Coach of the Year in 1990 ... coached the ‘90 team to a school record 26-consecutive wins ... finished the ‘90 season with a No.

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Billy Whaley ’62

Inducted: 1983 Earned six letters in football and baseball ... a quarterback on the 1959-61 teams, he directed The Citadel to its first Southern Conference football championship in 1961 ... was tri-captain of that team ... led the ’61 team in total offense with 1,030 yards and passing with 1,083 yards ...selected all-conference as third baseman in 1962 when he led the league in runs batted in. Inducted: 1985 Four-year letterman in baseball and was an All-South Carolina performer ... was twice named South Carolina Player of the Year at two different positions and was a first-team All-American as a designated hitter ... led the team in hitting three consecutive years ... paced the team in wins two straight seasons ... remains in the top-10 complete games and shutouts ... excelled in the classroom as well ... played minor league ball for the Atlanta Braves and Chicago White Sox organizations.

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Inducted: 1978 A two-sport standout on the 1958-61 basketball and baseball teams ... captained the basketball team his senior year and averaged 16.1 ppg ... a member of the famed “Blitz Kids” ... was All-Southern Conference in baseball as a junior and senior with batting averages of .367 and .375.

6 ranking by Collegiate Baseball ... graduated all but three of his players in 27 years ... coached 12 future professional players ... voted into the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Hall of Fame in 1995.

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a thunkCitadel it? Improbable Who’d Cast Carries to Glory By: Ken Burger - June 10, 1990 The Post & Courier

In the beginning, back in January, when they gathered to practice in warm-up suits and on some days could see their breath as they zipped the ball around the infield and the aluminum bats were cold to the touch, nobody gave it much thought. Nor did early February send any signs. The season started as most do, lost somewhere between the end of football and the crescendo of basketball. They were winning a few games, there even appeared to be a pattern. But nobody really gave it much thought. In fact no one, not even their coach, thought the 1990 Citadel baseball team would be much different from those that had come before. They were picked to finish sixth in the eight-member Southern Conference where only seven schools play baseball. So who’d a thunk it? That this band of unlikely heroes would somehow put it all together and battle their way to the College World Series. Certainly not the media. Certainly not coach Chal Port, who gave his usual preseason assessment of rebuilding. Probably not even the players, a group of 35 cadets with only seven seniors on the roster, almost all of whom are from South Carolina or neighboring towns in Georgia and North Carolina. They would go through their season, do their best, enjoy the camaraderie and be able to tell their sons about playing baseball at The Citadel many years from now. Nobody knew. Really. Nobody knew. It wasn’t until late February, maybe early March, when their headlines started getting a little larger, moving to the front page of the sports section. Bulldogs win 10th straight. Bulldogs win 12th straight. Bulldogs extend win streak. Soon the television stations were showing up at College Park to get snipets of the moment for the evening news. Win streaks are fun to follow. They give people something to talk about over lunch. How ‘bout those Bulldogs? And then the streak got serious. As they approached the school record, still winning, the pressure started building. Seventeen. Eighteen. Nineteen straight. The school record was 22 straight. Now people were paying attention. And they broke it, eventually winning 26 straight before losing to Kent State. The ride was over. The TV cameras didn’t come back for awhile. The team went into a mild slump, apparently returning to reality. Everybody could relax. But the slump didn’t last. The Bulldogs started winning again, this time with a little less hoopla. And by the end of the season they won the Southern Conference regular-season title going away. No contest. Interesting. And to make things more interesting, the conference tournament was coming to Charleston for the first time. The pressure was on again. By this time, however, the warm spring breezes of April found a Citadel team that had genuinely come into its own. They were loose. They were having fun. They had nothing to lose. And they didn’t. They dominated the tournament, won four straight, and earned the right to travel to Miami for the Atlantic Regional. Everybody thought it would be a nice trip for the boys who had played so hard. Nobody thought they would have a chance. But they did it again. Against unbelievable odds, they beat North Carolina State, East Carolina and the dreaded Miami Hurricanes twice to steal the regional crown and a trip to Omaha, Neb., for the College World Series. So who’d a thunk it?

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Nobody was more surprised by this time than Port, a veteran of 26 years of coaching Citadel baseball teams. He had seen teams with more potential go south. He had seen some with less do well. But he had never had a group like this. By now the city of Charleston and the Palmetto State were getting a little giddy about this club. The Citadel, yes, The Citadel was in the College World Series. What a trip. What a story. Everybody thought it was great. Nobody thought they had a chance. And when they arrived in the Midwest, they didn’t. Not really. The other teams were loaded. Real contenders. The Bulldogs were just an aberration, a novelty. The only military school to ever make it to the final eight. Everybody talked about how they had to march and what great manners the boys had and how Port was one of the funniest, most entertaining coaches around. They lost their first game to Louisiana State, 8-2. People thought, that’s OK, at least they made it this far. Nobody expected them to do anything anyway. One more loss and they’re gone. They made a good showing. Got on ESPN. Then they played the game of their lives. Trailing Cal-State Fullerton 4-1 going into the seventh inning, they rallied. Port did some of his magic coaching and strained every ounce of talent and ability out of his team. They won, 8-7, in a 12-inning drama that few will forget. So they had done it. They had at least won a game in Omaha, proving they belonged, that they weren’t a fluke. One more loss and they’d be coming home. It came the next night, against LSU, again. This time it was 6-1, a loss relayed back to the fans by radio because ESPN couldn’t show it live due to its major-league obligation. It was probably better that way. Hearing it was less painful than watching it. And at 4:07 p.m. the next day, they touched down in Charleston. The end of a long odyssey. The season that couldn’t have been, had been. They became and remain the most unlikely and humble of heroes. For through their efforts they gave us all something to cheer for, and gave themselves something to remember forever. It was one of those things that wasn’t supposed to happen, but it did. And those are the best kind. Who’d a thunk it? In 1990, Ken Burger was the executive sports editor of The (Charleston) Post and Courier. (Column reprinted with permission.)

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1990 College World Series

How They Got There

Longest Winning Streak in the Nation

The Citadel was faced with great odds for success in 1990 long before the season started. In the fall of 1989, Hurricane Hugo destroyed the Bulldogs’ practice field adjacent to Johnson Hagood Stadium and severely damaged College Park. The team held preseason practices on the College Park field with construction of the rebuilding of College Park taking place around them. The construction to rebuild College Park was no quick effort, but lasted well into the season.

...To Surviving the Hurricanes

After clinching the Southern Conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament after winning the SoCon Tournament, The Citadel was sent to Coral Gables, Fla. as the No. 5 Seed in the NCAA Atlantic Regional. The Bulldogs were forced to defeat the Hurricanes on their home turf - twice.

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The Citadel held the longest winning streak in the nation in 1990 after winning 26 straight games. That winning streak, which garnered national media attention (see New York Times article to the right), began on Feb. 18 with a 12-1 win over North Carolina State and ended on March 27 with a 2-1 loss to Kent State.

Diary of a Dream Season Feb. 9 – The Citadel opens the season with a 5-4 victory on the road against the No. 1 ranked team in Division II – Armstrong State. Anthony Jenkins hits the first of his then-school-record 16 home runs. Feb. 17 – Amid construction at a Hurricane Hugodamaged College Park, The Citadel drops its home opener to North Carolina State, 5-3. The sound of jackhammers working on dugouts and fences outside the stadium will continue for most of the regular season, causing a great deal of distraction for the Bulldogs and their opponents. The Citadel would not lose again, however, for 38 days. Feb. 18 – The Dogs’ 26-game, school-record winning streak gets underway on a cold, rainy Sunday afternoon at College Park with a 12-1 romp over North Carolina State. March 10-11 – The Citadel completes its first-ever three-game sweep of Western Carolina, defeating the five-time defending Southern Conference Champions by scores of 6-3, 7-3 and 10-3. The Bulldogs would go on to lose only one league game the entire season.

The Citadel’s Chris Coker is congratulated after scoring a run in the Southern Conference Tournament.

March 13 – The Bulldogs rally from an 8-4 deficit to edge George Mason, 9-8, and run their winning streak to 15. The Citadel collects only three hits (all singles) but takes advantage of six Patriot errors and nine walks. March 26 – With the city of Charleston already buzzing over their Bulldogs, the national press began taking notice. None other than the New York Times ran a story about the winning streak and all the obstacles the Bulldogs have had to overcome this season (focusing on the destruction caused by Hugo). March 27 – After defeating Kent State the day before, the Golden Flashes rebound to defeat The Citadel, 2-1, to snap the Dogs’ and nation’s longest winning streak at 26.

April 13 – Despite having two games against VMI rained out (the Bulldogs won the only game played in the series, 8-3), The Citadel clinched the regular season SoCon title with a three-game set against second-place Marshall still left to Members of The Citadel celebrate after play.

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The Citadel’s national-best, 26-game win streak in 1990 garnered national media attention, including this article in the New York Times.

winning the 1990 Southern Conference April 27 – The Citadel and the City of Charleston Tournament. served as host for the 1990 Coca-Cola Southern Continued on P. 23

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1990 College World Series

Atlantic Regional Champions How They Got There

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In The News “Unheralded Citadel takes Atlantic by storm” By Scott Fowler - The Miami Herald

“When you’ve faced down a real hurricane, a group of fake ones doesn’t scare you much.”

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With the 4-1 championship game win over the Hurricanes, The Citadel handed Miami their first regional loss at Mark Light Field in 13 years.

Atlantic Regional Recap

First Round East Carolina 4, South Florida 2 The Citadel 11, North Carolina State 3 Miami 4, Stetson 3 Second Round North Carolina State 13, Stetson 2 (Stetson eliminated) Miami 5, South Florida 2 (South Florida eliminated) The Citadel 8, East Carolina 5 Third Round North Carolina State 8, East Carolina 1 (East Carolina eliminated) The Citadel 6, Miami 2 Miami 6, North Carolina State 1 (North Carolina State eliminated) Championship Game The Citadel 4, Miami 1 (Miami eliminated)

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After reaching the Atlantic Regional Championship Game with wins over North Carolina State, East Carolina and Miami, The Citadel became only the second military school to reach a regional final and the first since Air Force in 1967. Prior to the 1990 season, Air Force had played in three regional finals.

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Victory Hug: The Citadel pitcher Richard Shirer and catcher Gettys Glaze celebrate after beating Miami, 6-2.

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“Hurricanes Finished Off 4-1 by Citadel’s No. 4 Pitcher” The Citadel’s elimination of top-seeded Miami at the Atlantic Regional in Coral Gables, Fla., shocked the nation.

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Atlantic Regional Champions How They Got There

“No. 5 Seed Wins Atlantic Regional” By Dan LeBatard, Miami Herald “Most people,” University of Miami pitcher Jeff Alkine said softly Tuesday afternoon, “have never even heard of The Citadel.” Most people have probably never heard of Chris Coker, Tony Skole or Brad Stowell, either. But the Crew Cut Kids from that unglamorous, unknown, underdog military school at Charleston, S.C., did the unbelievable Tuesday afternoon, winning the Atlantic Regional with a surprisingly easy 4-1 victory over top-seeded Unviersity of Miami before 2,157 startled fans at Mark Light Stadium.

Diary of a Dream Season

Conference Tournament. The success of the tournament brought a threeyear commitment from the league’s athletic directors (the start of a 19-year run where the Holy City hosted the tournament).

April 28 – Chal Port earns his 600th career victory as the Bulldogs pick up two wins and advance to the championship game of the SoCon Tournament. April 29 – Gettys Glaze hits the first of two home runs of his career as The Citadel runs up a 6-0 lead and holds on for a 9-5 victory over Western Carolina and the Dogs’ first SoCon Tournament title. In one of the greatest sights of the 1990 season, Glaze warmed up in the Bulldog bullpen wearing his shin guards (he was catching at the time and loosened up while the Dogs were batting). Glaze, in addition to his batting heroics, picked up the save against the Catamounts. A then-SoCon Tournament record crowd of 3,186 cheers the Bulldogs on to victory.

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They Said It The Citadel Head Coach Chal Port

“We might not have all the talent that the other teams might have but the whole on this team is better than the parts.” “I really think that because we’re a military school and our players are confronted with stressful situations in school as cadets, it conditions them to handle pressure better and we handled the pressure of playing Miami in Miami very well.” “Now we just have to figure out how to celebrate. We’ve got a 10-hour bus ride back to Charleston so maybe we’ll sing or something.”

May 21 – In a telephone hookup, The Citadel’s first-round opponent in the Atlantic Regional is announced to a press conference assembled at Johnson Hagood Stadium. The Bulldogs learn that they will travel to Miami, Fla., and play North Carolina State, a team they split two games with earlier in the season, in the first round of regional play. The Dogs were seeded fifth and grouped with the top seed and host school Miami, the Wolfpack, East Carolina, Stetson and South Florida in the six-team regional.

May 21 – After receiving word of their regional assignment, The Citadel finished its pre-regional tune-up with an 11-2 victory over another NCAA playoff-bound team in Clemson at College Park. May 22 – With fans gathered on campus to wish the team luck, the Bulldogs depart Charleston by bus for the 10-hour ride to Miami. Assistant coach Ken Creehan shows up wearing a University of Miami baseball cap to inspire the Dogs. Continued on P. 24

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1990They College World Series How Got There

LSU 8, The Citadel 2 June 2, 1990 • College World Series Omaha, Neb. by Bob Lang of The Post and Courier

OMAHA, Neb. — The Citadel can blame Paul Byrd for spoiling its College World Series debut. Byrd, a sophomore right-hander, picked off three Citadel runners and stranded five others to lead Louisiana State to an 8-2 victory before a crowd of 7,000 at Rosenblatt Stadium and a national television audience on ESPN. …In Saturday’s game, which began under cloudy skies and ended in bright sunlight, The Citadel had 12 hits to LSU’s 14. But the score wasn’t closer because Byrd (17-5) kept getting the Tigers out of innings with Bulldogs on bases. “We were getting our hits,” Citadel coach Chal Port said, “but Byrd was capable of shutting our runners down in scoring position. We never really took control away from him.” Byrd’s biggest inning was the second, when The Citadel had a 1-0 lead and the bases loaded with one out. At that time, LSU coach Skip Bertman visited Byrd on the mound. The Citadel’s Dan McDonnell, a .203 hitter with 39 strikeouts on the season, and Gettys Glaze, a .319 hitter who doubled in the first inning and scored on a single by Billy Baker, were on deck. “I felt Paul’s stuff could overpower these batters,” Bertman said he told Byrd. Bertman was right. Byrd struck out both McDonnell and Glaze. …The inning did crush The Citadel which wasn’t the same afterward, and it gave new life to LSU. …Ken Britt, who started on the mound for The Citadel, was hoping for a similar ending in the bottom of the third with two outs. But he had no such luck, as Wes Grisham singled a 3-2 pitch to right to score Ron Lim. Then Tim Clark, a 6-4, 205-pound junior, rocketed a 2-run blast over the wall in right field to give the Tigers a 5-2 lead. Seemingly in an instant, the Bulldogs were taken out of the game.

The Citadel vs. Louisiana State June 2 @ Omaha, Neb. 1990 College World Series • Game 1 THE CITADEL McDonnell, 2B Glaze, C Jenkins, LF Baker, RF Coker, 1B Tobin, SS Elvington, SS Skole, 3B Rychlick, CF Black, PH Branham, DH Britt, P Totals

AB R H RBI BB SO PO A 4 0 1 0 0 1 3 4 4 1 2 0 0 1 2 2 4 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 35 2 12 2 1 5 24  10

LSU Lim, CF Hymel, PH-C Osik, C-3B Cordani, 3B Grisham, LF Clark, RF-CF Mouton, DH Johnson, 2B Bethea, SS Tellechea, 1B Byrd, P LaRosa, P Totals

AB R H RBI BB SO PO A 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 2 1 0 0 4 3 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 3 2 2 1 0 1 0 3 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 0 2 6 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 35 8 14 8 3 2 27 16

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1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 1 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 X 8 14 1

E: Tobin, Tellechea. DP: The Citadel 1, LSU 1. LEFT: The Citadel 7, LSU 7. 2B: Glaze, Mouton 2, Johnson 2. 3B: None. HR: Jenkins (16), Clark (11). SB: Lim (23), Bethea (22), Mouton (5). CS: Lim, Branham. SH: None. SF: None. THE CITADEL IP H R ER BB SO Britt (L, 10-2) 4.0 10 6 6 1 1 Stowell 3.0 3 2 2 2 1 Kraft 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 LSU IP H R ER BB SO Byrd (W, 17-5) 7.0 10 2 2 1 4 Greene 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 LaRosa 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 WP: Stowell. PB: None. BK: None. HBP: Tellechea (By Kraft). U: Hernandez, Christal, Roundtree, January. T: 2:26. A: 7,000 (est.)

. . . “I don’t think I had my best stuff today,” said Britt (10-2), who gave up six runs on 10 hits through four innings to take the loss. “That is definitely one of the better teams I’ve faced. They seem to hit everything.” Said Port: “I thought LSU was awesome.”

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Diary of a Dream Season

May 25 – Play finally begins in the regional and The Citadel jumps out quickly, scoring six runs in the first three innings and routing North Carolina State, 11-3. May 27 – The Citadel faces East Carolina, a team with the nation’s best winning percentage and with eight of their nine hitters batting over .300. Although the Pirates had the lead three times in the game, the Bulldogs were able to rally for an 8-5 win. May 28 – The Citadel shocks the crowd at Mark Light Field with a 6-2 win over Miami. The Citadel is the only undefeated team left in the tournament. Miami came back later that day and beat North Carolina State to set up a rematch with what Miami Herald columnist Dan LeBatard called “the cutest little team in the NCAA baseball tournament.” May 29 – “The Crew Cut Kids” – another nickname for the Bulldogs penned by the talented LeBatard, needed only one win to advance to the College World Series; Miami needed two. With the score tied 1-1 in the bottom of the sixth, Chris Coker and Tony Skole each slammed home runs and the Hurricanes were finished. The 4-1 final moved the Dogs into their first College World Series. In describing his home run over the phone to his oldest brother, Skole said that he “Cansecoed one” against the Mark Light Field scoreboard. Whatever the comparisons were to his clout, it helped keep the dream season alive. In a move of utter class, Miami head coach Ron Fraser gathered the Bulldogs together on the artificial turf and congratulated them on a great win and great season and also gave them advice on how to deal with all the pressures of Omaha. June 1 – Anthony Jenkins becomes only the second player in school history to be named First Team NCAA Division I All-America by the American Baseball Coaches Association. June 2 – The Citadel, after watching the firstround games played the day before, opens CWS play with an 8-2 loss to Louisiana State. The loss was The Citadel’s first in post-season play (after four straight wins in both the SoCon Tournament and Atlantic Regional). The Dogs face Cal State Fullerton next. June 3 – At first look a loser’s bracket game between The Citadel and the Titans did not figure to capture the imagination of a nationwide television audience on ESPN. By the time the 12-inning, three-hour, 31-minute drama had ended, it wound up being the best game of the 1990 College World Series and one of the greatest of all time. Tony Skole singled in Anthony Jenkins in the 12th inning, whose eye-popping slide and reach enabled him to just beat the throw home. That slide and sophomore reliever Hank Kraft’s final strikeout with the tying run on third to end the game allowed the Bulldogs to clinch the 8-7 win. June 5 – The dream ends after falling 6-1 to a powerful LSU team. Diary of a Dream Season was originally written by Mike Hoffman.

OMAHA, Neb. — They don’t get much crazier than this. The Citadel overcame seven errors and a 4-1 deficit to eliminate Cal State-Fullerton, 8-7, in 12 innings Monday at sun-splashed Rosenblatt Stadium and remain alive in the College World Series. “I thought that was one great game,” Citadel coach Chal Port said after the marathon contest that lasted three hours, 31 minutes. “It was not great baseball, but, my God that was exciting.” The seventh-seeded Bulldogs kept an estimated crowd of 5,000 and an ESPN audience on edge while avoiding defeat when the Titans had potential winning runs in scoring position in the bottom of the ninth and 10th innings. But Gettys Glaze and Hank Kraft came through with remarkable displays of relief pitching to defuse Fullerton’s threats. With one out, Glaze struck out 2 with runners on first and second in the 9th. Kraft struck out one and forced the other to ground out with one out and the bases loaded in the 10th. Third baseman Tony Skole, who singled in a go-ahead run in the 10th, did it again in the 12th. This time the single scored Anthony Jenkins, who made a spectacular diving slide for the winning run. Fullerton posed one final scare in the bottom of the 12th when the Titans had their best hitter, Mate’ Borgogno, at the plate with the potential tying run at second. But Kraft, in his 26th relief appearance this season, struck out Borgogno looking on three pitches. … “As the old saying goes, it’s better to be lucky than good,” Port said. “That’s certainly true for this game.” … “We had the situation we wanted,” Fullerton coach Larry Cochell said. “It just didn’t break for us. We had two or three situations we wanted. You have to credit The Citadel.” The Bulldogs seemed to be headed for elimination after six innings, trailing 4-1. But before they took the field in the seventh, Port made wholesale changes. Port replaced starting pitcher Richard Shirer with Brad Stowell, moved Chris Coker from first base to shortstop, switched Billy Baker from right field to first base and put Mike Black in right field. After Stowell walked his first batter, Port replaced him with Glaze, who had been catching. Larry Hutto replaced Glaze behind the plate. “What we did was not unusual for us,” Port said. “We won the championship game in the Southern Conference Tournament the same way. We’re limited in our personnel, and I’ve got to ride the horses that we’ve got.”

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The Citadel vs. Cal St. Fullerton June 4 @ Omaha, Neb. 1990 College World Series • Game 2

They Said It

LSU Coach Skip Bertman “...We were very fortunate to tiptoe past The Citadel. They’re America’s team - touched by Abner Doubleday himself. A real field of dreams.” LSU 6, The Citadel 1 June 5, 1990 • College World Series Omaha, Neb. by Bob Lang of The Post and Courier Omaha, Neb.— The Citadel’s dream season is over. Louisiana State pitcher John O’Donoghue provided the wakeup call, holding the Bulldogs to one run on eight hits to lead the Tigers to a 6-1 victory Tuesday night in a College World Series elimination game. It was only appropriate that the largest crowd ever to watch a Citadel baseball game — 14,614 — was on hand at Rosenblatt Stadium to witness the last game of a most remarkable year for the Bulldogs, who finished with a 46-14 record. The fans gave The Citadel a standing ovation while the teams shook hands and the stadium announcer said over the speaker system, “Thank you, The Citadel, in your first trip to the College World Series. You have a fine bunch of kids. Thank you coach Chal Port.” … “We were very fortunate to tiptoe past The Citadel,” LSU coach Skip Bertman said. “They’re America’s team — touched by Abner Doubleday himself. A real field of dreams.” …(Citadel right-handed pitcher Billy) Baker had a nohitter going through four innings, but the Tigers killed that in the fifth by scoring three runs on four hits to take a 3-0 lead. …The Bulldogs had runners in scoring position with two outs in both the fifth and sixth innings, but O’Donoghue ended the threats with a pop-up and strikeout, respectively. In the seventh The Citadel started another two-out rally, which produced the team’s only run. Jason Rychlick got the rbi, blooping to left to score Chris Coker, who led off the inning with a single. The Bulldogs didn’t threaten in the eighth or ninth innings. The game ended when Tony Skole was called out on strikes. “We played as hard as we possibly could,” Port said. “I thought O’Donoghue did a magnificent job. He didn’t walk anybody and he kept us in the ballpark. When you do that, you’re going to win some games.

THE CITADEL Branham, DH Hutto, C Kraft, P Glaze, C-P-C Jenkins, LF Coker, 1B-SS Baker, RF-1B Skole, 3B Rychlick, CF Elvington, SS Mays, PH Black, RF McDonnell, 2B Shirer, P Totals

AB 4 1 1 6 5 6 4 6 6 1 1 3 5 0 49

R H RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 0 2 2 1 2 2 2 0 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 8 14 8

BB 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

SO PO 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 5 0 2 1 10 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 8 0 0 8 36

A 0 0 0 1 0 4 2 1 0 2 0 1 2 1 14

CAL ST. FULLERTON Nevin, 3B Borgogno, 2B Hattabaugh, C Charles, DH Sisco, 1B Bunch, LF-RF Farlow, SS Ayala, RF Manley, PH-LF Mota, CF Totals

AB 7 4 5 4 5 5 6 4 1 6 47

R H RBI 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 7 15 5

BB 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 6

SO PO 0 2 1 3 2 9 0 0 2 14 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 3 6 36

A 6 3 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 15

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1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 1 8 14 7 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 7 15 1

E: Elvington 2, Jenkins, Baker, McDonnell 2, Farlow, Coker. DP: The Citadel 3, CSF 1. LEFT: The Citadel 9, CSF 13. 2B: Jenkins, Coker, McDonnell. 3B: None. HR: Baker (8). SB: Mota (19), Ayala (2), Coker (6), Skole (7). CS: None. SH: Elvington, Sisco, Hattabaugh, Manley SF: None. THE CITADEL Shirer Stowell Glaze Kraft (W, 4-1)

IP 6.0 0+ 3.1 2.2

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R 4 0 3 0

ER 2 0 2 0

BB 1 1 3 1

SO 0 0 3 3

CAL ST. FULLERTON Flener Robinson (L, 3-4)

IP 7+ 5.0

H 7 7

R 5 3

ER 4 3

BB 2 1

SO 3 5

Stowell pitched to one batter in 7th. Flener pitched to 2 batters in 8th. WP: Robinson. PB: Hutto. BK: None. HBP: None. U: January, Hernandez, Eldridge, Christal. T: 3:31. A: 5,000 (est.).

The Citadel vs. Louisiana State June 5 @ Omaha, Neb. 1990 College World Series CWS Finish — Tied 5th • Game 3 THE CITADEL Branham, RF Glaze, C Jenkins, LF Coker, SS Baker, P-DH-1B Skole, 3B Rychlick, CF Mays, 1B Kraft, P McDonnell, 2B Totals

AB 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 0 3 33

R 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SO PO 1 1 0 7 2 1 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 3 0 7 0 0 0 3 6 27

A 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 4 12

LSU Lim, CF Osik, C-3B Cordani, 3B Hymel, C Grisham, LF Mouton, DH Clark, RF Johnson, 2B Bethea, SS Tellechea, 1B O’Donoghue, P Totals

AB 5 5 3 1 5 4 5 4 4 4 0 40

R H RBI 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 1 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 6 10 6

BB 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

SO PO 3 3 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 12 0 0 7 27

A 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 4 12

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E: Mays, Bethea, Skole, McDonnell. DP: LSU 1, The Citadel 0. LEFT: LSU 9, The Citadel 5. 2B: Skole. 3B: None. HR: Clark (12). SB: Bethea 2 (24), Grisham 2 (5). CS: None. SH: None. SF: None.

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The 1990 Citadel baseball team became the first - and remainds the only - military school to ever advance to the College World Series.

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The Citadel 8, Cal State-Fullerton 7 (12 innings) June 4, 1990 • College World Series Omaha, Neb. by Bob Lang of The Post and Courier

Anthony Jenkins

Billy Baker

LSU O’Donoghue (W, 12-3)

IP 9

H 8

R ER 1 1

BB 0

SO 6

THE CITADEL Baker (L, 8-3) Kraft

IP H 7.1 9 1.2 1

R ER 6 4 0 0

BB 0 1

SO 6 1

WP: O’Donoghue. PB: None. BK: None. HBP: Cordani (By Baker). U: Eldridge, Hernandez, January, Runchey. T: 2:28. A: 14,614.

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The Military of South Carolina This is College The Citadel

The Citadel is a state-supported comprehensive military college with the mission of educating principled leaders through its Corps of Cadets. Males and females are admitted to the undergraduate residential Corps of Cadets. In addition to the day program, undergraduate and graduate programs are offered through The Citadel Graduate College (CGC) in the evening. The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education recognizes The Citadel as the only specialized four-year college in the state. The Citadel, founded in 1842, is a co-educational military college with a rich and storied history. Located in Charleston, S.C., the institution offers a classic military education for young men and women who seek a college experience that is intense, meaningful and academically strong. Graduates of The Citadel say that the disciplined lifestyle and friendships they forged here have a profoundly positive effect on their lives. With an enrollment of more than 2,000, the Corps of Cadets is the nation’s largest military college program outside the service academies. All cadets are educated within a classic military system and about 40 percent of the graduating seniors earn military commissions. The remaining graduates attend graduate school or enter the job market.

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The Citadel Graduate College, which is noted for The Citadel excellence in a civilian environment, serves about 1,100 residents of South Carolina’s Lowcountry.

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Academic programs at the college are complimented by a strong commitment to service and emphatic support of an honor code that calls upon a cadet not to lie, cheat or steal or tolerate those who do. Since its founding in 1842, The Citadel’s emphasis on character, as well as intellect, has produced generations of graduates who have served their nation, their professions and their communities with distinction.

Academic Programs... Because of the strength of the academic program, The Citadel has repeatedly been rated as a top regional institution in the annual rankings issued by U.S. News and World Report. The quality of the education at The Citadel combined with the availability of financial aid, the credentials of the faculty and the graduation rate earned the institution the citation of Best College Value in the South in 2007. With more than 80 percent of its students returning each year, The Citadel enjoys one of the best retention records in the country. The Citadel’s 14 academic departments offer five bachelor’s degrees in 17 areas, six master’s degrees in 17 areas and specialist degrees in two areas.

Corps of Cadets... All undergraduate students at The Citadel are members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, which numbers approximately 2,000 and represent nearly every state, as well as more than 20 countries. While roughly 40 percent of the graduates each year go into the armed services, all cadets participate in an ROTC program. On most days, cadets have physical fitness training and military instruction in addition to their regular college classes. Weekdays end with a formation and required evening study period. Because The Citadel emphasizes corps unity, cadets cannot be married and all must live on campus in the barracks with their assigned company. Despite the challenges, cadets value their first year for the lessons in teamwork, selfdiscipline and time management. The disciplined lifestyle that begins in the knob year binds cadets into a lifelong, close-knit camaraderie that is one of the strongest forces in their lives after graduation. South Carolina Corps of Cadets: 2,086 Graduate Students: 1,174

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Valuing Honor, Loyalty and Patriotism This isIntegrity, The Citadel

The Citadel Graduate College... The Citadel’s evening college serves the Lowcountry by offering nationally accredited bachelor’s, master’s and specialist degrees scheduled around the student’s profession, family and lifestyle. It is the well-known Citadel academic excellence in a civilian environment. The CGC offers 20 graduate programs with concentrations in education, psychology, computer science and business. The Master of Business Administration program is the only nationally accredited MBA program in the Lowcountry region of South Carolina. The CGC also offers three undergraduate evening programs in business and engineering. The Citadel is the only college in South Carolina that offers undergraduate civil and electrical engineering degrees in the evening.

Alumni... Generations of Citadel graduates have served their nation, their state and their community with distinction. The Citadel graduates men and women with alert minds and sound bodies, who value honor, integrity, loyalty and patriotism, and who accept the responsibilities that accompany leadership. The Citadel remains a stronghold of duty, self-discipline and high ideals in a changing American society.

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Cadet-Student-Athletes... The Citadel leads South Carolina with the highest four-year Business one of the nation’s 237 best business programs. Graduation Rate at 62.4 percent, while the national average is only 30 percent. Among South Carolina’s public colleges and universities, The Citadel has the highest four-year graduation rate for athCadets receive gold stars for earning a 3.7 GPA or higher. letes. More than 90 percent of cadet-student-athletes who The stars are worn on both sides of the collar of their dress have exhausted their four years of eligibility earn a diplouniforms and above the left pocket of their summer leave ma. uniforms. The Princeton Review for 2008 placed The Citadel in its top The Citadel ranks No. 3 nationally among public colleges tier of academic institutions according to an academic ranking that measures how hard students work and how much and universities in the Carnegie classification in the percentthey get back for their efforts. The ranking considered such age of students who graduate in four years. That category factors as hours students study outside of class, quality of the includes colleges with master’s level programs. student body, class size, student assessment of professors and other resources. The Princeton Review for 2008 named The Citadel School of

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Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Because of the strength of the academic program, The Citadel has repeatedly been rated as a top regional institution in the annual rankings issued by U.S. News and World Report. With more than 80 percent of its students returning each year, The Citadel enjoys one of the best retention records in the country. The Citadel’s fourteen academic departments offer five bachelor’s degrees in 17 areas, six master’s degrees in 17 areas, and specialist degrees in two areas.

Graduation Rate The Citadel leads South Carolina with the highest 4-year Graduation Rate at 62.4 percent, while the national average is only 30 percent. Cadets receive gold stars for earning a 3.7 GPA or higher. The stars are worn on both sides of the collar of their dress uniforms and above the left pocket of their summer leave uniforms.

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The Citadel ranks No. 3 nationally among public colleges and universities in the Carnegie classification in the percentage of students who graduate in four years.

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That category includes colleges with master’s level programs. The latest data shows that 62.4 percent of entering freshmen graduated from The Citadel within four years. The national average four-year graduation rate is about 30 percent. The Princeton Review for 2008 named The Citadel School of Business one of the nation’s 237 best business programs. Among South Carolina’s public colleges and universities, The Citadel has the highest four-year graduation rate for athletes. More than 90 percent of cadet-student-athletes

who have exhausted their four years of eligibility earn a diploma. The Princeton Review for 2008 placed The Citadel in its top tier of academic institutions according to an academic ranking that measures how hard students work and how much they get back for their efforts. The ranking considered such factors as hours students study outside of class, quality of the student body, class size, student assessment of professors and other resources.

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Band of Gold

The Citadel Ring: Symbolizing Unity Between Graduates Traditionally received during Parents’ Weekend by first class cadets, The Citadel ring symbolizes honor and the unity between The Citadel graduates. Worn proudly by alumni of all ages, cadets look forward to the day that they will be able to wear this band of gold with pride.

Every aspect of the ring is symbolic of the history and tradition of the Corps of Cadets from the Mexican War through both World Wars, to the present day. The Citadel is a military college and the leadership, courage and integrity found in good officers is embodied by the sword, found on the left shank of the ring. Crossing the sword is the rifle, the symbol of the infantry. Of equal importance in this world of political aggrandizement and perpetual military conflict are the concepts of freedom acquired and maintained only through a willingness to fight for it, represented by the rifle surmounted by the oak leaves of toughness and victory blessed by peace, represented by the laurel wreath.

On the right shank of the ring are found the United States and South Carolina flags, which depict the unity of the state and federal government. The cannon balls at the bottom of this shank indicate the continuing link between the Old Citadel on Marion Square and the Greater Citadel. When the college moved to its present location, the Civil War cannon balls piled before the Old Citadel were left behind. The oval crest has a reproduction of the Palmetto tree in its background. Aside from representing the state tree of South Carolina, the Palmetto symbolizes a cadet-trained regiment of infantry that fought in the Mexican War and it represents a fort, built of Palmetto logs, that repelled a large British invasion fleet during the Revolutionary War. The two oval shields at the base of the tree are replicas of the state seals.

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The ring has symbolized outstanding accomplishments both by the Corps of Cadets and South Carolina. Perhaps the most popular feature of the ring is the “Star of the West”, which commemorates the firing on a Union supply steamer by a detachment of Citadel cadets in January 1861. This action was the powder keg which set off the War Between the States.

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Fiercely Mascots Loyal Bulldog Bulldogs: ... noted for their vigor and composed disposition... they are fiercely loyal and their grip is very powerful against resistance.

The Citadel has two live bulldog mascots, Boo IX and General, whose main duty is to provide morale for the Corps of Cadets, faculty and staff and all of the Bulldog athletic teams. Other duties include barking at opposing teams, eating numerous dog biscuits throughout the day and being pampered by the cadets that help take care of them while school is in session. General General, who was born June 18, 2003, became the first live mascot to live on The Citadel campus since the 1950s. The mascot program was created by the Class of 2003, which wanted to leave a gift to the college. The class raised $1,000 toward the program’s startup. General was donated in August 2003 by the late Hazel Groshon of James Island, S.C.

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General comes from a long line of bulldog royalty. He is the nephew of Uga V, the former mascot for the University of Georgia. General’s other relatives include the bulldog representatives for the United States Marine Corps and Mississippi State University. General was named by the Corps of Cadets following a contest to find the best name.

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Boo IX Boo IX was born on Sept. 30, 2003, and was donated by Fred Ducker, class of ‘63. He joins General as a member of the two-dog mascot team that attends special events, football games, parades and anything involving the Corps of Cadets. Boo IX is named after Lt. Col. Thomas Nugent Courvoisie, a former assistant commandant, and comes from a long line of Bulldogs that have been serving The Citadel for more than 15 years.

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Campus Enter the Gates

The Citadel sits on a 300-acre tract of land on the Ashley River. There are 28 buildings grouped around a large (10-acre) grass parade ground. The buildings around the parade ground include 10 classroom buildings, an administrative building, four barracks, a student activities building, infirmary, chapel, a field house and library. Just off the main campus are the football stadium, baseball stadium and alumni center.

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Honor

“A Cadet does not Lie, Cheat, or Steal, nor Tolerate those who do.”

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The Honor Code is fairly simple. This code, while simple, offers the key to living and maintaining an honorable life. Cadets are trained that there is never a situation in which they should participate in, or tolerate, dishonorable activities. These core values of honor and integrity are exactly the values which allow Citadel cadets and alumni to improve their organizations and their communities.

Honor is the most cherished principle at The Citadel. In today’s post-corporate-scandal society, honor, integrity and ethics are in high demand. The Citadel strives to achieve excellence in the education of principled leaders, also known as the “whole person” concept. The Honor Code encompasses all aspects of cadet life, from academic integrity to personal integrity. It has evolved from an unwritten tradition known as the “code of the gentleman” to a formalized code in September of 1955, when the Corps of Cadets unanimously voted to establish The Honor Code. The development of a cadet into a principled leader is a four-tiered process that includes knowing, adhering, believing and leading. Its culmination is seen in the cadets who internalize the Code and the alumni who continually apply it throughout their lives.

Cadet Prayer Almighty God, the source of light and strength, we implore Thy blessing on this our beloved institution, that it may continue true to its high purposes. Guide and strengthen those upon whom rests the authority of government; enlighten with wisdom those who teach and those who learn; and grant to all of us that through sound learning and firm leadership, we may prove ourselves worthy citizens of our country, devoted to truth, given to unselfish service, loyal to every obligation of life and above all to Thee. Preserve us faithful to the ideals of The Citadel, sincere in fellowship, unswerving in duty, finding joy in purity and confidence through a steadfast faith. Grant to each one of us, in his/her own life, a humble heart, a steadfast purpose, and a joyful hope, with a readiness to endure hardship and suffer if need be, that truth may prevail among us and that Thy will may be done on earth. Through Jesus Christ, Our Lord. Amen.

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Conquering Challenges Leadership

Core Values Academics: We produce graduates who have insight into the issues, ideas and values that are important to society and possess the skills necessary to deal with them successfully.

Duty: We emphasize the importance of individual accountability and the moral obligation of responsibility for the welfare of others.

Discipline: We operate a leadership laboratory which emphasizes a structured environment, acceptance of responsibility, self-confidence and service to others.

Morality: We believe that an individual’s character is of utmost importance and, therefore, we provide training which emphasizes ethical principles and core values.

Diversity: We promote diversity in all segments of our campus community and in all aspects of college life.

Honor: We adhere to a code which teaches that uncompromising personal integrity is the primary guide in all situations.

Sir, Yes, Sir • Sir, No, Sir • Sir, No Excuse, Sir “...three permissible knob answers: ‘Sir, yes, sir’ and ‘Sir, no, sir’ and—I liked this third one best of all—’Sir, no excuse, sir.’ By golly, I think, we ought to send the entire U.S. Congress down here to learn answer number three.”

Whatever their major, all cadets will graduate with a “dual degree” in leadership. They learn about attention to detail, respect, time management, and discipline.

The Honorable Ronald Reagan 40th President of the United States May 15, 1993

“Leadership is about integrity, trust and people. The Citadel, with its mission to prepare graduates to be principled leaders, is all about integrity, trust and people. There is no question in my mind that, had I not attended The Citadel to learn these values, I would not have come close to achieving what success I have been fortunate enough to achieve.” L. William Krause, ’63 Retired Chairman of 3COM Corporation

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Krause Initiative The Krause Initiative in Ethics and Leadership, in support of Funded by a generous endowment from Bill Krause (Citadel The Citadel Vision, is a college-wide effort to enhance leadClass of 1963) and his wife, Gay, the Krause Initiative is a ership development and ethical growth at The Citadel. multifaceted program that serves as a resource for institutional and regional outreach activities while promoting leadEstablished in July of 2003, the mission of the Krause Initiaership and ethics on campus. tive is to provide institutional programs and activities that will help strengthen The Citadel’s preparation of principled leadDirected by LTC Jeff Weart, the Krause Initiative will produce ers. Supporting The Citadel’s core values, the Krause Initiaand promote developmental policies and instruction, coorditive promotes the ethical growth and leadership development nate interactions for cadets, students, faculty/staff, and serve of our students while serving as a model for peer institutions. as an agent for outreach efforts in the area of ethics and leader development.

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Why “What you The Tolerate,Citadel you Define.”

“The Citadel is a place of pride and tradition. A place where the standards are high, the discipline is strong and leaders are born. The men and women of this institution represent a sense of honor and accomplishment. And I am proud to be with you today.”... “in all that is to come, I know the graduates of The Citadel will bring credit to America, to the military and to this great institution. In the words of your school song, you will go where you’ve always gone... ‘in the paths our fathers showed us. Peace and Honor, God and Country -- we will fight for thee.’” The Honorable George W. Bush 43rd President of the United States

“At the center of The Citadel education, that rock that anchors it’s soul, is the honor system. I found the honor system simple and profound; majestic and life-changing: A cadet does not lie, cheat or steal, nor tolerate those who do.”

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Pat Conroy, ’67 “...I read this friendly advice in the book: ‘When you receive an order, carry it out to the best of your ability. Never argue or offer suggestions which you think might be better. This is not in your best interest.’ Well, it seems to me that The Citadel has a few things to teach the Cabinet and the Executive Branch, too! In fact, maybe we should just put the whole federal government through cadet training!” The Honorable Ronald Reagan 40th President of the United States Award-winning author “Citadel graduates have become successful leaders in both the public and the private sectors, as well as having been involved in every American military conflict since the Mexican war. Thanks to its effective teaching techniques, The Citadel has earned an enviable reputation as one of the best public colleges in the United States, and there is not a better military school anywhere in this nation than The Citadel.” “What you tolerate, you define. And that is what makes this institution so unique. Regardless of class or cadet rank, The Citadel graduate more than anything else carries the reputation for integrity that is unsurpassed by any institution in his nation.” The Honorable Steve Buyer, ’80 U.S. Congressman “Without question, The Citadel experience opened a world of opportunity for me. I can think of no better preparation for the things I have done or hope to do.” Dr. Harvey W. Schiller, ’60 Former Executive Director, U.S. Olympic Committee

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National Recognition for Both Academics and Athletics The Citadel Athletes Maintain Academic Excellence...

The Citadel graduation rate for all cadet-student-athletes who complete four years of eligibility ranges from 93 percent to 96 percent. The Citadel’s cadet-student-athletes consistently rank among the upper echelon of the Southern Conference.

The Citadel Earns U.S. News Rankings...

Fulbright Scholars... Six cadets have received Fulbright Scholarships to study abroad since 2001. That is a larger number than any other college or university in South Carolina during this period.

Diversified Student Population... The Citadel has over 2,000 cadets from 46 states and 22 foreign countries.

Family For Life... Becoming a part of The Citadel baseball program means joining the Bulldog family for life. The Citadel baseball family is full of successful alumni in every walk of life that are proud of supporting our athletes throughout their career at The Citadel and beyond.

Individual Development... The coaching staff works with every player on an individual basis to develop and improve his athletic skills. Each cadet-studentathlete enjoys an academic support system, which is designed to encourage responsibility and enthusiasm for learning. It is a system that emphasizes The Citadel’s commitment to education, graduation and community involvement.

The Perfect Balance: Academics & Athletics... The Citadel is one of the most prestigious universities in the country and offers more than 21 major programs of study. The Citadel is an institution committed to rich academics and intellectual diversity, while also a member of the NCAA Division I Southern Conference.

Leads State in Graduating Athletes... Among South Carolina’s public colleges and universities, The Citadel has the highest four-year graduation rate for athletes.

The Citadel Earns No. 1 Ranking... The Citadel ranks No. 1 nationally in its peer group of public colleges in the percentage of students who graduate in four years. The Citadel’s top ranking comes from the U.S. Department of Education’s comparison of all public colleges whose entering students have average SAT scores between 1000 and 1200. The Citadel’s four-year graduation rate is 59.7 percent. The national average four-year graduation rate is 29 percent.

Leader in Female Athletics... The Citadel is a national leader in the percentage of female students who are athletes. More than 50 percent of its female cadets compete on seven varsity teams, an outstanding achievement given the fact that female athletics started in 1997.

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The U.S. News and World Report rankings for 2008 recognize The Citadel in several different categories: the college ranks No. 5 for top public universities in the South offering up to a master’s degree; for the ninth straight year in the top five. The Citadel School of Engineering has ranked among the top 50 undergraduate engineering programs in the nation, earning this year’s No. 34 ranking; The Citadel ranked No. 2 for best master’s universities in the South.

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Charleston has become one of America’s favorite destination cities. With its rich history, endless shopping, Southern hospitality and, of course, its beautiful beaches, Charleston offers something for everyone. You will find scenic views, gorgeous water front parks, beautiful homes and something new around every corner.

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Location... Charleston is located on the coast midway between Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach. With I-26 ending in the city and connecting with I-20, I-95, I-40, I-77 and I-85 to the north, Charleston is easily accessible from any location.

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Perfect Weather...

The outdoor market, located at 188 Meeting Street, is the place to go to do your shopping. You will find everything from artwork to sweetgrass baskets to hot sauce. The market is a perfect place to find that unique gift.

The weather in Charleston is just one of its irresistible qualities. With the average high temperature of 75 degrees and the average low of 54, the Holy City offers the perfect weather to suit almost anyone.

What they are saying about CHARLESTON... NAMED AMERICA’S MOST MANNERLY CITY FOR THE 8TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR MARJABELLE STEWART, ETTIQUE EXPERT, APRIL 2007

COOPER RIVER BRIDGE RUN RECEIVED THE ALL-STAR HOST AWARD FROM SPORTS TRAVEL MAGAZINE

FAVORITE ROMANTIC GETAWAY & HISTORIC SITE AMONG SOUTHERN DESTINATIONS SOUTHERN LIVING MAGAZINE, NOVEMBER 2005

WILD DUNES RESORT RANKED IN THE TOP 10 BY TENNIS MAGAZINE

NO. 3 DESTINATION IN FAMILY FRIENDLY TRAVEL AWARDS FAMILY FUN MAGAZINE, APRIL 2007

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Dining... Eating is king in Charleston! No matter what your taste, you can find a restaurant to suit your desire. American, French, Indian, Thai, Italian and seafood can all be found close by and enjoyed with a wonderful view.

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Baseball Camps

Fundamentals of Baseball with Fred Jordan Purpose... The goals of this camp are to teach the proper techinques and fundamentals that are needed to develop a ballplayer to his highest level of skill.

Housing and Meals... Activities will include: Radar Timed Throws Home Run Contest Defensive Drills Baserunning Techniques Hitting Drills RiverDogs Game (Most Sessions) Bunting Techniques Game Situations

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The most important aspect of the camp will be the mental approach to winning baseball and the game of life.

Medical Provisions... A baseball trainer will be available at all times as will doctors, nurses and The Citadel Infirmary.

Insurance... Insurance includes accident and medical during camp (In coordination with personal insurance).

Practices... All practices will take place on The Citadel campus. We will utilize batting machines and cages. Session 2 will take place at The Porter-Gaud School. We will utilize batting machines, cages and The Citadel’s indoor batting facility.

For Additional Info... For additional information call David Beckley, Assistant Baseball Coach, at 843-953-5285.

Log on to www.CitadelSports.com for more information on the Fundamentals of Baseball with Fred Jordan Baseball Camp.

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The Citadel Baseball 2009 Preview By The Numbers

Quick Facts General Information

Location...................................................... Charleston, S.C. Enrollment....................................................................2,086 Founded........................................................................1842 Colors.............................Citadel Blue (PMS 278) and White President....................................... Lt Gen John W Rosa, Jr. ......................................................................... (USAF, Ret.) Athletics Director..........................................Larry Leckonby Faculty Rep. .....................Lt. Col. Willliam Sharborough, III National Affliation......................................... NCAA Division I Conference.............................................................Southern

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ..................................................... Fred Jordan Alma Mater.................................................. The Citadel, ’79 Record at The Citadel (Yrs)..............................586-428 (17) Overall Record............................................................ Same Baseball Office.............................................(843) 953-5285 Baseball Fax.................................................(843) 953-6727 Best Time to Reach........................................... Contact SID Assistant Coach.............................................David Beckley Assistant Coach............................................Randy Carlson Volunteer Assistant Coach.................................Jon Aughey Athletic Trainer....................................................Craig Clark

Team Information

2008 Overall Record................................................... 28-28 2008 SoCon Record.................................................... 12-15 2008 SoCon Finish...........................................................8th Starters Returning/Lost ...................................................7/2 Pitchers Returning Lost .................................................11/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................................20/5 Newcomers.........................................................................9

Media Information

Associate Director/BB.....................................Patrick Walsh Office............................................................(843) 953-7590 Cell...............................................................(843) 708-0915 Fax...............................................................(843) 953-6727 E-mail.........................................Patrick.Walsh@citadel.edu Media Relations Director................................ Noelle Blaney Assistant Director........................................ Reah Nicholson Media Relations Assistants......Ashley Keyes, Allison Taylor Mailing Address....................................The Citadel Athletics ...........................................................McAlister Field House ............................................................... 171 Moultrie Street .......................................................... Charleston, SC 29409 Website............................................www.CitadelSports.com

Radio Information

Radio Station............................................... WQNT 1450AM Play-by-Play............................................. Darren Goldwater

Baseball History

Overall Record (since 1954) . .................1,327-895-3 (.597) Southern Conference Championships Regular Season..............................................................12 Last.............................................................................2002 Tournament .....................................................................7 Last.............................................................................2004 NCAA Tournament Appearances . ....................................12 Last . ...........................................2004 (Columbia Regional) CWS Appearances...........................................1 (1-2, 1990) vs. LSU .................................................................... L, 8-2 vs. Cal State Fullerton .....................................W, 3-2 (12) vs. LSU .................................................................... L, 6-1

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1,327

The number of wins by The Citadel Baseball program since the start of the modern day era of the Southern Conference in 1954.

1990

Year The Citadel made history by advancing to the College World Series, still the only time a team from a military school has made it to Omaha.

586

The number of wins by The Citadel head coach Fred Jordan in his career. That number ranks second in school history.

396

Number of home games The Citadel has played at Riley Park.

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The number of NCAA Regionals a Fred Jordancoached team has competed in from The Citadel.

Field Information

Home Field.................................................Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park Capacity.................................................................................. 6,000 Surface.....................................................................Bermuda grass Dimensions....................LF-305, LC-356, CF-398, RC-368, RF-337 Press Box Phone......................................................(843) 965-4151

Conference Information

Commissioner........................................................... John Iamarino Media Relations Contact...................................... Jonathan Caskey Office Phone . ..........................................................(864) 591-5100 Office Fax.................................................................(864) 591-3448 Website....................................................... www.SoConSports.com

Key Returning Players (2009 Year, 2008 Stats)

No. Name 3 Bryan Altman 6 Sid Fallaw 18 Richard Jones 12 Kyle Jordan 24 Chris McGuiness 22 Sonny Meade *11 Matt Simonelli

Pos. Yr. GP-GS INF Sr. 56-54 C Sr. 32-29 C/DH Jr. 56-55 INF Jr. 56-55 INF/LHP Jr. 55-55 OF Sr. 56-56 OF R-So. 16-16

Avg. .260 .258 .281 .245 .276 .393 .281

R 41 8 34 29 41 49 13

H 54 25 62 49 54 90 16

Key Returning Pitchers (2009 Year, 2008 Stats) No. Name Pos. 25 Raymond Copenhaver RHP 4 Matt Crim LHP 24 Chris McGuiness LHP 13 Matt Reifsnider RHP 16 Matt Talley LHP 9 Asher Wojciechowski RHP 15 Wes Wrenn RHP

Yr. APP-GS Jr. 36-0 Sr. 14-13 Jr. 6-6 Jr. 33-0 So. 15-9 So. 14-12 Sr. 14-13

W-L SV ERA 1-3 0 5.16 6-6 0 4.85 0-3 0 6.97 4-5 9 4.93 2-4 0 6.33 5-1 0 4.50 5-5 0 4.66

* - Stats from 2008 prior to Simonelli breaking hand and redshirting season.

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Name Pos. B/T Ht. Wt. Cl. Trey Thomas OF R/R 6-0 185 Sr. Justin Mackert OF R/R 6-0 195 Fr. Bryan Altman INF R/R 6-1 170 R-Jr. Matt Crim LHP L/L 6-0 190 Sr. Jim Johnson OF L/R 5-9 160 Fr. Sid Fallaw C R/R 5-11 190 Sr. Nick Orvin INF/OF R/R 5-11 180 Fr. Asher Wojciechowksi RHP R/R 6-4 205 So. Chris Boyce RHP R/R 5-8 170 Jr. Matt Simonelli OF R/R 5-10 170 R-So. Kyle Jordan INF R/R 5-10 170 Jr. Matt Reifsnider RHP/C/INF R/R 5-11 165 Jr. David Greene INF R/R 6-3 200 Fr. Wes Wrenn RHP R/R 5-11 185 Sr. Matt Talley LHP L/L 6-6 175 So. Nick Sprowls LHP R/L 5-7 165 Jr. Richard Jones C L/R 6-0 210 Jr. Jeremy Long RHP R/R 5-10 190 Fr. Sonny Meade OF/P/INF R/R 6-5 230 Sr. TJ Clarkson RHP/OF R/R 6-3 195 Fr. Chris McGuiness INF/LHP L/L 6-0 190 Jr. Raymond Copenhaver RHP R/R 6-4 200 Jr. Damon Ardis INF R/R 6-3 205 Fr. Drew Mahaffey LHP L/L 6-1 175 So. William Ladd OF R/R 6-1 195 R-Fr. Zach Garrett RHP R/R 6-2 230 Fr. Johnny Dangerfield INF R/R 5-11 160 Sr. Brian Shubsda OF R/R 6-1 190 Sr. Joey Welling OF R/R 5-9 175 Sr. Legare Jones INF R/R 5-8 160 So. Grant Richards C R/R 5-11 165 So. Chris Evans LHP L/L 6-0 180 Fr. Kirk Sims C R/R 5-11 220 So. Chase Martin RHP R/R 6-2 205 R-So.

Coaches 26 Fred Jordan 34 David Beckley 7 Randy Carlson 21 Jon Aughey

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

By Class

Seniors....................................8 Juniors.....................................8 Sophomores............................8 Freshmen................................9

By State

Florida.....................................4 Georgia....................................1 New Jersey..............................1 North Carolina.........................4 Ohio.........................................1 South Carolina.......................25

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Hometown/Previous School James Island, S.C./James Island HS Cleveland, Ohio/St. Ignatius HS Summerville, S.C./Summerville HS Summerville, S.C./Stratford HS Mount Pleasant, S.C./Wando HS Columbia, S.C./W.W. King Academy Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley HS Beaufort, S.C./Beaufort HS Simpsonville, S.C./Hillcrest HS Orlando, Fla./Lake Mary HS Goose Creek, S.C./Stratford HS Ormand Beach, Fla./Allen Nease HS Columbia, S.C./Richland Northeast HS High Point, N.C./Wesleyen Christian Academy Sumter, S.C./Wilson Hall HS Mount Pleasant, S.C./Wando HS Sumter, S.C./Wilson Hall HS Clover, S.C./Clover HS Summerville, S.C./Stratford HS Coral Springs, Fla./Coral Springs HS James Island, S.C./James Island HS Apopka, Fla./Apopka HS Goose Creek, S.C./Stratford HS Summerville, S.C./Summerville HS Winnsboro, S.C./Richard Winn Academy Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta HS Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley HS Toms River, N.J./Christian Brothers Academy Charleston, S.C./Bishop England HS Columbia, S.C./Blythewood HS Morrisville, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons HS Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley HS Columbia, S.C./Dreher HS Weddington, N.C./Charlotte Christian HS

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Alphabetical roster 3 27 10 23 25 4 31 43 6 30 14 5 35 18 12 29 19 2 28 45 24 22 8 13 36 32 11 44 17 16 1 33 9 15

Altman, Bryan Ardis, Damon Boyce, Chris Clarkson, TJ Copenhaver, Raymond Crim, Matt Dangerfield, Johnny Evans, Chris Fallaw, Sid Garrett, Zach Greene, David Johnson, Jim Jones, Legare Jones, Richard Jordan, Kyle Ladd, William Long, Jeremy Mackert, Justin Mahaffey, Drew Martin, Chase McGuiness, Chris Meade, Sonny Orvin, Nick Reifsnider, Matt Richards, Grant Shubsda, Brian Simonelli, Matt Sims, Kirk Sprowls, Nick Talley, Matt Thomas, Trey Welling, Joey Wojciechowski, Asher Wrenn, Wes

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Catchers (4) - Fallaw, Pronunciation Guide LHP (6) - Crim, Evans, Mahaffey, R. Jones, Reifsnider, Richards, Sims McGuiness, Sprowls, Talley Damon ARDIS............ARR-diss Sid FALLAW................ Fuh-Law RHP (8) - Boyce, Clarkson, Co- By Hitting penhaver, Garrett, Long, Mar- Left-handed (3) - Johnson, R. LEGARE Jones.........luh-GREE tin, Reifsnider, Wojciechowski, Jones, McGuiness Drew MAHAFFEY........ muh-HAFF-ee Wrenn Right-handed (19) - Altman, Ar- Matt REIFSNIDER..........REEF-snide-er Outfielders (10) - Clarkson, John- dis, Clarkson, Dangerfield, Fal- Brian SHUBSDA................SHUBZ-da son, Ladd, Mackert, Meade, Or- law, Greene, L. Jones, Jordan, Matt SIMONELLI........... SIM-a-NELL-ee vin, Shubsda, Simonelli, Thomas, Ladd, Mackert, Meade, Orvin, Nick SPROWLS................Spr-OWL-z Reifsnider, Richards, Shubsda, Welling Asher Wojciechowski...............ASH-er Simonelli, Sims, Thomas, WellInfielders (9) - Altman, Ardis, Dan- ing ...........................WOE-juh-HOW-skee gerfield, Greene, L. Jones, Jordan, McGuiness, Orvin, Reifsnider

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The Citadel Baseball 2009 Preview 2009 Schedule Day Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 4 March 6 March 7 March 8 March 9 March 11 March 13 March 14 March 15 March 20 March 21 March 22 March 25 March 26 March 27 March 28 March 29 March 31 April 1 April 3 April 4 April 5 April 7 April 8 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 14 April 15 April 17 April 18 April 19 April 22 April 24 April 25 April 26 May 1 May 2 May 3 May 5 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 10 May 12 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 20-24 May 29-31 June 5-7 June 12-22

Date Friday Saturday Saturday Sunday Friday Saturday Saturday Sunday Wednesday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Wednesday Friday Saturday Sunday Friday Saturday Sunday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Saturday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Saturday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Saturday Sunday Wednesday Friday Saturday Sunday Friday Saturday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Wed-Sun Fri-Sun Fri-Sun Fri-Mon

Opponent Indiana State Indiana State Indiana State Indiana State Radford Tennessee Tech Marshall Tennessee Tech at Coastal Carolina Elon* Elon* Elon* Quinnipiac Mercer at Appalachian State* at Appalachian State* at Appalachian State* at Western Carolina* at Western Carolina* at Western Carolina* at Charleston Southern Air Force Air Force Air Force Air Force South Carolina Winthrop Wofford* Wofford* Wofford* at College of Charleston Charleston Southern at Davidson* at Davidson* at Davidson* Savannah State (RD) at South Carolina at UNC Greensboro* at UNC Greensboro* at UNC Greensboro* at Winthrop Georgia Southern* Georgia Southern* (RD) Georgia Southern* (RD) Samford* Samford* (RD) Samford* (RD) Presbyterian* (RD) USC Upstate* (RD) at Furman* at Furman* at Furman* at Presbyterian* College of Charleston* College of Charleston* College of Charleston* at Southern Conference Tournament at NCAA Regionals at NCAA Super Regionals at College World Series

Location Coverage Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Conway, S.C. Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Boone, N.C. TCSN Boone, N.C. TCSN Boone, N.C. TCSN Cullowhee, N.C. TCSN Cullowhee, N.C. TCSN Cullowhee, N.C. TCSN Ladson, S.C. Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park TCSN Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Mount Pleasant, S.C. TCSN Riley Park Davidson, N.C. TCSN Davidson, N.C. TCSN Davidson, N.C. TCSN Riley Park Columbia, S.C. TCSN Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. TCSN Greensboro, N.C. TCSN Rock Hill, S.C. Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Greenville, S.C. TCSN Greenville, S.C. TCSN Greenville, S.C. TCSN Clinton, S.C. Riley Park Riley Park Riley Park Greenville, S.C. TCSN TBA TCSN TBA TCSN Omaha, Neb. TCSN

Time 5 p.m. Noon 3 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA

Home games in bold. * - denotes Southern Conference game (RD) - denotes doubleheader with Charleston RiverDogs TCSN - denotes radio broadcast on The Citadel Sports Network All times are Eastern. Dates and times are subject to change.

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The Citadel Baseball 2009 Preview Experienced Corps to Lead The Citadel Baseball in 2009 After fielding a relatively young ballclub the past two seasons, The Citadel Bulldogs are looking forward to reaping the benefits of two seasons of gaining experience. Sporting a balanced roster that has almost as many seniors as it does juniors, sophomores and freshmen, the team is hoping to get off to a strong start with a challenging 2009 schedule. Following a very productive fall practice season, The Citadel has the tools in place to field a very competitive team in 2009. The return of All-American Richard Jones behind the plate and three-time All-Southern Conference honoree Sonny Meade at the plate lead a team filled with experience. Fielding the Southern Conference’s top pitching staff in 2008, 11 pitchers return for the 2009 season as the Bulldogs look to maintain their perch atop one of the nation’s toughest offensive conferences. Seniors Wes Wrenn and Matt Crim lead a pitching staff that led the nation in pickoffs and the league in ERA last season. With three new pitchers on the staff in 2009, the Bulldogs are poised to continue to remain in the top third of the conference.

have pitched a great deal of baseball to date. Combined, the senior duo has logged over 522 innings on the mound for the Bulldogs. Wrenn, who enters the season with 289.0 innings pitched in his career, will likely set the school record for career innings pitched this season. Wrenn’s 289.0 innings pitched is seventh in career history at The Citadel and is close to Brian Wiley’s record of 316.1 innings pitched amassed from 1996-99. Wrenn has the ability to establish consistency early on as the righthander pitched a stretch of 29.1 innings early last season without allowing a walk. Meanwhile Crim has averaged six wins a year on the mound for the Bulldogs and if he continues with that average rate of success, the southpaw will finish his career around the middle of the school’s top 10 charts for career wins. Sophomore Asher Wojciechowski led the team with 78 strikeouts as a freshman last season while sophomore Matt Talley tallied nine pickoffs throughout the year. Both are expected to have solid and consistent seasons in 2009 and round out a talented rotation.

Defensively, the Bulldogs were one-thousandth of a percentage point away from finishing in the top three in the Southern Conference last season and a year of experience should lead to an even more successful season in 2009. Jones, a Freshman All-America selection in 2007, returns behind the plate along with senior Sid Fallaw. The tandem of Jones and Fallaw gives the Bulldogs the two most experienced catchers in the league.

Juniors Raymond Copenhaver and Matt Reifsnider give the Bulldogs two veteran bullpen arms to be used late in the game while Reifsnider has the ability to perform as the team’s fifth starter this season. Chris Boyce, Drew Mahaffey and Nick Sprowls have the capability to succeed in certain match-up situations. The addition of TJ Clarkson, Zach Garrett and Jeremy Long add youth and even more depth to the pitching staff.

Head coach Fred Jordan continuously preaches that successful teams build through the middle and the Bulldogs have those tools in place in 2009. In addition to the experience behind the plate, the middle infield duo of Bryan Altman and Kyle Jordan have two years of experience playing together while redshirt sophomore Matt Simonelli returns to center field after redshirting the 2008 season due to an injury.

Catching With two talented veteran backstops returning in Jones and Sid Fallaw, the Bulldogs are confident in the abilities of the men behind the plate. Jones and Fallaw combined for a .985 fielding percentage in 2008 and posted a .989 fielding percentage the year before. The Bulldog backstops ranked atop or near the top of the Southern Conference both years and are expected to do the same in 2009.

The offense has the tools to succeed if the team can keep the line-up moving. With the return of the 3-4-5-6 hitters from the 2008 lineup, the Bulldogs again have the experience to be successful. Meade, Jones and Chris McGuiness will combine to form the heart of a line-up looking to become a force in the Southern Conference. Position-by-Position The following is a position-by-position look at the 2009 Bulldogs…

Jones is expected to be in the heart of the line-up offensively every day this season while Fallaw is near the top of the depth chart for the designated hitters. Both have played a lot of baseball to this point and will see action in most, if not all, games this season. Jones split the off-season between the Cape Cod League and the Coastal Plains League, gaining valuable experience and improving offensively and defensively. That should translate into a successful 2009 season for the junior catcher.

Pitching The 2009 Bulldogs feature an experienced pitching staff that is expected to keep the team in games until the later innings. With Wrenn and Crim, The Citadel has two seniors who

Jones and Fallaw return after limiting opponents to a Southern Conference-best 45 stolen bases against while opponents, wary of the cannons fielded by Jones and Fallaw, only attempted 60 stolen bases against, fewer than

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any other team in the league. INFIELD The middle infield has shed its youth and with two consecutive seasons under their belt, second baseman Bryan Altman and shortstop Kyle Jordan bring good experience to a middle infield that was second in the Southern Conference in double plays last season. The Bulldogs hope that the 2009 season brings continued improvement to a middle infield whose goal is to continue to make the routine play. Both Altman and Jordan improved steadily throughout the 2008 season while combining to play in every game. Altman could see some time at short with freshman Nick Orvin or senior Johnny Dangerfield taking over the reigns at second should that happen. The experienced tandem of Altman and Jordan, combined with reliable first baseman Chris McGuiness, makes one of the better defensive infields The Citadel has fielded in the last couple of years. McGuiness is a reliable first baseman who can read infield throws and seamlessly adjusts to make plays happen.

The main question facing the Bulldog infield this season is who will step up and fill Matt Arnold’s shoes at third base. That remains one of the biggest question marks coming out of fall practice. Entering spring practice, freshman David Greene leads the race for the starting job with Johnny Dangerfield, Legare Jones and even Altman in the running. Replacing Arnold will be a challenge for whomever wins the job in preseason training as the now graduated infielder was generally a reliable and experienced defensive player. The infield’s goal is to just make the routine play in 2009 and to limit the errors. With experience at three of the four positions, the Bulldogs have the opportunity to excel defensively this season. Outfield Similar to the infield, most of the outfield returns talent and experience for the 2009 season. The coaches emphasized being fundamentally sound and not allowing the extra base in working with the outfielders during the fall season. With decent arm strength and above average speed among the outfielders, opposing hitters will be challenged to get an extra-base hit this season. Senior Sonny Meade, who has garnered AllSouthern Conference honors all three years, returns to right field and brings a powerful bat with him. Meade led the team with a .393 batting average and was second in the ranks with a .528 slugging percentage last season. Meade also led the team in hits (90) and was tied for third in extra-base hits with 16 doubles and five home runs. A true student-athlete,

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The Citadel Baseball 2009 Preview Meade will be leading by example in the field and in the classroom as he sports an impressive 3.8 cumulative grade point average. Redshirt sophomore Matt Simonelli has speed and a good glove and returns to centerfield after redshirting last season after a wild pitch broke his hand. Before his injury, Simonelli was off to a great start and had developed himself into a reliable lead-off man. Simonelli had a productive fall and has worked hard to rebound from his injury. Left field could be the position that has rotation capabilities and could have some matchup opportunities. Senior Trey Thomas won the job during fall practice and it will be his to lose in the spring. Thomas spent time in left field along with senior Brian Shubsda, who will also be competing for the left field spot. Freshman Justin Mackert, a product of St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland, will also be challenging for the position. Hitting The Bulldogs worked extremely hard in the offseason in addressing the inside game. The challenge for The Citadel in 2009 is to keep the line-up moving. The coaches have put emphasis on the bunting game and on the hitting and running game and are hoping that emphasis will yield results in the spring. Riley Park is not known to be a hitter-friendly park and with the majority of the games at home this season, the team’s goal is to be one of the top two or three executing teams in the league. Execution is a mainstay of the Fred Jordan coaching philosophy and if the team can execute the game plan

in certain situations, they should prove to be successful. The coaching staff believes the 2009 team has good offensive experience in the line-up. The coaches were disappointed in the 2008 squad offensively, but it was not because of effort. Fred Jordan and the rest of the coaching staff believe that the team will be a better offensive club this year than they were last year. Schedule Once again, a rugged slate awaits the Bulldogs this spring. The 2009 slate features a very demanding schedule with great competition. The team is fortunate to have a few more home games this season both from an economical standpoint and from a fan support standpoint. An early season tournament featuring Marshall, Radford and Tennessee Tech, along with a four-game series hosting Air Force, highlights the 2009 home schedule. Success breeds confidence and confidence is something that must be achieved early on to be successful. The first nine games leading up to the conference-opening weekend series against Elon are important to establish confidence and relaxed aggression. With the non-conference schedule being as demanding as always, the development of some depth in the team’s pitching staff should pay dividends down the stretch.

league and tournament champion Elon returning to “The Joe” for the first time after advancing to the NCAA Regionals last season. The addition of Samford has created scheduling challenges for all teams in the conference this season and the Bulldogs will be faced with back-to-back road conference series. The Citadel will face that challenge early on, traveling to Appalachian State and Western Carolina in consecutive weekends the fourth and fifth weeks of the season. It will be important for the team to be able to handle those road weekends in such a deep league as the Southern Conference. There is no longer an opportunity of having a weekend that is not like a championship series. Amplify that with having to be on the road for consecutive weekends and you have the makings of a very, very difficult schedule. This year’s Southern Conference Tournament departs from Charleston for the first time in 20 years and will be held in Greenville, S.C. at West End Field. An added challenge is the return to the limitation of eight teams into the tournament and the elimination of the play-in day.

The Southern Conference, as always, is the number one mid-major conference in the country by far. The Bulldogs open the league slate the third weekend of the season with 2008

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Thomas

Meade Clarkson

Shubsda Mackert

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Jordan DH (L) Jones McGuiness Johnson

DH (R) Orvin Fallaw Shubsda Welling Mackert Ardis

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Crim Wojciechowski Talley Meade

McGuiness Reifsnider Ardis

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Bryan INF

R/R 6-1 170 Summerville, S.C. (Summerville HS)

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Career Highs Category Highs Hits 3 RBI 4 Runs 4 Walks 2 Stolen Bases 1 Strikeouts 3

Opponent (Last Time) Six times (vs. UNC Greensboro) Twice (at Wofford) Twice (vs. Wofford) Five times (at Charleston Southern) Eight times (vs. Davidson) Twice (vs. Furman)

Date April 18, 2008 April 6, 2008 April 6, 2007 April 8, 2008 April 12, 2008 March 22, 2008

What You Need to Know 2008: Played in all 56 games, starting 54… fourth on the team in hits with 58… recorded 251 plate appearances, third-most on the team… scored 32 runs on the year while driving in 35… had the second-longest hitting streak on the team, reaching base in 10 consecutive games… went 15-for-47 during the 10-game stretch that started with a 2-for-5 and two RBI performance against Winthrop (3/26) and ended with a 1-for-3 outing and two RBI at Charleston Southern (4/8), scoring 10 runs and notching 14 RBI… tied a career-high three hits in a game on three separate occasions, including against UNC Greensboro (4/18), at Wofford (4/6) in the first game of a doubleheader as the Bulldogs routed the Terriers 18-2 and against No. 6 South Carolina (4/1)… tied a career-high 4 RBI in the 18-2 victory at Wofford (4/6)… in a 12-0 victory over Delaware (2/23) in the second game of a doubleheader on opening day, hit his first home run of the season while going 1-for-3 with three RBI and two walks… went 2-for-4 against North Carolina State (3/2) in the final day of the Charleston Firefighter Memorial Challenge presented by the Charleston Crab House… went 2-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI against USC Upstate (3/5)… went 2-for-5 with a run scored and two RBI in The Citadel’s 13-7 win over UNC Asheville (3/9), sealing the Bulldogs’ title in The Citadel Shootout… both hits in his 2-for-4 performance against Charleston Southern (3/18) were doubles, tying a careerhigh mark set in 2007 against Elon (3/25)… also recorded a run scored and RBI in that game against the Buccaneers… went 2-for-4 in The Citadel’s 5-2 rubber game victory over archrival Furman (3/23)… drove in two runs in a 1-for-5 performance against Davidson (4/13)… went 2-for-4 with a run scored and another driven in during a

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Of the 113 games Altman has started in his career, he has started 112 at second base. Bryan Altman’s grand slam in the 2007 SoCon Tournament helped propel The Citadel to a 6-5 win over Elon. Bryan Altman was a catcher for Summerville HS when The Citadel coaches noticed his infield potential.

9-6 loss at the College of Charleston (4/27)… went 1-for2 with a run scored after replacing Conrad Kellahan at second base in the sixth inning in the rubber game at Georgia Southern (5/4)… was the first run in off Richard Jones’ three-run home run in the top of the ninth that tied the game, 5-5, before the Eagles scored a controversial, game-winning run in the bottom half of the inning… posted a two-hit performance in three of the last four games of the season, including a pair of 2-for-4 outings against Presbyterian (5/15, 5/17)… in the final regular season game against Presbyterian (5/17), drove in one run and scored once as the Bulldogs sealed the sweep of the Blue Hose with an 11-1 victory… went 2-for-5 with a run scored and an RBI in the Southern Conference Tournament Opening Round game against Wofford. 2007: Hit safely in 44 of 61 games... career-high 12-game hitting streak came to an end vs. Georgia Southern (5/11)... recorded a career-high four RBI against Elon in the Southern Conference Tournament (5/24)... knocked in three runs in The Citadel’s 25-14 win over Davidson (4/21)... three of his seven home runs came with two runners on base while his last home run of the season was a grand slam against Elon in the Southern Conference tourna-

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Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .300 59-59 2008 .260 56-54 TOTAL .281 115-113

AB 240 223 463

R H 52 72 32 58 84 130

2B 14 10 24

Altman’s Overall Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2 7 35 111 .463 15 15 24 6 .374 3 3 6-8 0 5 35 83 .372 15 4 32 6 .314 3 6 2-5 2 12 70 194 .419 30 19 56 12 .346 6 9 8-13

PO 131 121 252

A E FLD% 179 16 .951 166 13 .957 345 29 .954

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .299 25-25 2008 .255 27-25 TOTAL .276 52-50

AB 107 110 217

R 24 16 40

2B 7 5 12

Altman’s Southern Conference Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 3 13 48 .449 7 6 12 4 .366 3 1 3-4 0 2 15 39 .355 2 1 14 3 .270 2 3 1-2 0 5 28 87 .401 9 7 26 7 .319 5 4 4-6

PO 71 50 121

A E FLD% 82 9 .944 70 6 .952 152 15 .948

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The Baseball PlayerCitadel Profiles ment (5/24)... posted another three-hit outing in 11-8 win over Wofford (4/6), including a walk-off, three-run home run... belted a three-run home run in 8-3 victory over Winthrop (3/20)... tied career-high three hits vs. Eastern Illinois (3/17), while also scoring three of the Dogs’ five runs... blasted first collegiate home run against No.1 South Carolina (2/18), a three-run blast that pulled the Dogs within one run of the Gamecocks in the seventh in a 7-6 come-from-behind victory... hit safely in 11 of the first 12 games... the only game he did not register a hit in that stretch was against Liberty on 2/17 when the Flames held the Bulldogs to only two hits on the night... smacked career-high three hits against Richmond in 7-6, 10-inning win on Feb. 16... made collegiate debut in opener against East Tennessee State (2/9)... batted 2-for-4 including first career triple, while scoring four times and knocking in a run. 2006: Redshirted, did not see game action... played in Summerville, S.C. with the American Legion over the summer. High School: Earned two varsity letters and was named to the all-region team in 2004 and all-state in 2005 at Summerville High School. Personal: Bryan Patrick Altman... born Aug.12, 1987... son of Mike and Robbie Altman... majoring in business administration.

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Matt LHP

L/L 6-0 190 Summerville, S.C. (Stratford HS)

Sr.

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Career Highs Category Highs Innings Pitched 9.0 Strikeouts 8 Walks 5 Hits 10 Runs 10 Earned Runs 8

Opponent (Last Time) at Appalachian State [2] Three times (vs. Presbyterian) vs. Delaware [1] Four times (vs. Western Carolina) at College of Charleston at Davidson

Date April 13, 2007 May 16, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008 May 9, 2008 April 25, 2008 April 21, 2007

What You Need to Know Matt Crim was cut from his seventh, eighth and ninth grade baseball teams. Matt Crim has never made below a 3.0 grade point average in a semester. Entering his senior season, Matt Crim is already in the school’s top-10 list in career games started. 2008: One of four Bulldogs to earn Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week honors… made 13 starts in 14 appearances, recording 72.1 innings pitched as he struck out 58 while walking 24… struck out five or more in eight of his 13 starts… allowed 55 runs, 39 earned, on 93 hits and notched a 4.85 ERA… finished the season with a 6-6 record, leading the team in wins… recorded a no-decision in 8.0 innings on the mound in The Citadel’s 1-0, 10 inning win over No. 23 Louisville (3/1), holding the Cardinals scoreless on five hits and striking out five… struck out seven in 5.0 innings on the mound against Evansville (3/8), allowing five runs – one earned – on seven hits while walking three… did not allow an earned run while striking out five in 5.0 innings at Elon (3/15), earning SoCon Pitcher of the Week honors… matched a career-high 10 hits allowed in 5.0 innings of work against Furman (3/21) as he gave up nine runs while striking out five… only allowed two earned runs on six hits in 6.0 innings pitched against Appalachian State (3/28)… struck out five in 5.2 innings of work at Wofford (4/5) while allowing two runs on six hits and walking three… in 7.2 innings against UNC Greensboro, allowed three runs on eight hits while striking out six and walking two… allowed a career-high 10 runs, six earned, on nine hits at the College of Charleston (4/25) in 5.1 innings pitched, striking out two and walking four… in his only relief appearance of the season, walked one and allowed the game-winning hit at Georgia Southern (5/4) but

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was credited with a no-decision… tied a career-high eight strikeouts against Presbyterian (5/16) in 6.2 innings pitched while allowing two runs on three hits and two walks. 2007: Recorded 90.1 IP in 2007, fanning 58 while only walking 21... tossed 8.0 innings against Liberty (2/17), giving up two runs on four hits while fanning three and walking one... earned his first win of the season in a 2-1 victory over Columbia (3/10), striking out three and giving up seven hits in seven full innings pitched... earned second win of 2007 over Elon (3/24), striking out four while giving up three runs on eight hits in five innings of work... did not register a decision at Western Carolina (3/31), leaving the mound with a 5-3 lead and striking out three over six full innings of work while only allowing two earned runs on nine hits... against the Terriers in that game, only walked one and gave up five runs (four earned) on 10 hits... only Citadel pitcher to earn a win over Wofford, going 6.0 innings while striking out seven on the first day of a doubleheader (4/7)... in his last start against a ranked opponent, gave up eight runs (seven earned) on six hits in 2.0 IP against 25th-ranked College of Charleston (4/28)... in nine innings pitched, mowed down seven batters, walked one and gave up nine hits, becoming the first Bulldog pitcher to throw a shutout since Jon Ellis in 2004... named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week for the week ending April 16 as he hurled his first complete game with a 17-0 victory over Appalachian State in the second game of a doubleheader (4/13)... struck out three and gave up seven hits in six full innings of work against Georgia Southern (5/12), collecting his fifth win of the year in an 8-3 victory... notched his second-consecutive win and sixth of the season against Furman (5/18)... recorded 5.0 IP while striking out four against

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ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 4.08 5-1 17 13 0 0/0 0 5.18 7-3 17 16 1 1/0 0 4.85 6-6 14 13 0 0/1 0 4.74 18-10 48 42 1 1/1 0

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ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 5.02 3-1 8 8 0 0/0 0 6.42 5-1 9 9 1 1/0 0 6.23 4-5 10 9 0 0/0 0 5.95 12-7 27 26 1 1/0 0

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Crim’s Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 70.2 81 42 32 26 51 20 90.1 118 61 52 21 58 20 72.1 93 55 39 24 58 13 233.1 292 158 123 71 167 53

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 1 4 320 .295 8 7 3 9 1 9 407 .319 9 5 4 7 2 2 335 .314 2 6 3 6 4 15 1062 .310 19 18 10 22

Crim’s Southern Conference Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 37.2 38 26 21 17 27 12 1 4 47.2 71 40 34 15 33 13 0 4 47.2 74 45 33 13 33 11 2 2 133.0 183 111 88 45 93 36 3 10

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 173 .266 6 5 2 6 228 .348 7 2 1 6 230 .363 2 4 3 6 631 .332 15 11 6 18

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Dangerfield Johnny INF

R/R 5-11 160 Moncks Corner, S.C. (Berkeley HS)

Sr.

Career Highs Category Highs Hits 0 RBI 0 Runs 0 Walks 0 Stolen Bases 0 Strikeouts 0

Opponent (Last Time) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Date N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

What You Need to Know As an eighth grader at Berkeley HS, Johnny Dangerfield was coached by current Bulldog assistant David Beckley. 2008: Saw action in three games… did not record a hit in two at bats… recorded one putout and four assists.

Johnny’s brother, Michael, plays baseball at the College of Charleston.

2007: Did not see any game action.

Johnny Dangerfield was named Team MVP his senior year of high school.

2006: Redshirted, did not see game action... played with the Charleston Diamond Devils coached by John Rhodes over the summer. High School: Played baseball at Berkeley High School in Monks Corner, S.C.... senior year was named team MVP and also won the Rob Watson Coaches award... had a batting of .340 in his senior year. Personal: John Connelly Dangerfield... born Sept. 3, 1986... son of Johnny and Terry Dangerfield... brother, Michael, is on the baseball team at the College of Charleston... majoring in physical education.

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Dangerfield’s Overall Career Statistics Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2006 Redshirted 2006 Season 2007 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 2008 .000 3-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 TOTAL .000 3-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 Dangerfield’s Southern Conference Career Statistics Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2006 Redshirted 2006 Season 2007 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 2008 .000 2-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 TOTAL .000 2-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0

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Fallaw Sid C

R/R 5-11 190 Columbia, S.C. (W.W. King Academy)

Sr.

Career Highs Category Highs Hits 3 RBI 5 Runs 2 Walks 2 Stolen Bases 0 Strikeouts 3

Opponent (Last Time) Six times (at Georgia Southern) vs. East Tennessee State Twice (at Davidson) Twice (vs. Davidson) N/A vs. James Madison

Date May 3, 2008 Feb. 9, 2007 April 22, 2007 April 12, 2008 N/A March 2, 2007

What You Need to Know Sid Fallaw wants to coach baseball after he graduates from The Citadel.

2008: Played in 32 games, starting in 29… alternated catching duties with Richard Jones… tied a career-high three hits in a 3-for-5 performance with a run scored and an RBI… went 2-for-4 in The Citadel’s rubber game against Furman (3/23)… hit safely for five straight games starting against Appalachian State (3/30), just one game shy of his career-best hitting streak… again tied a career-high three-hit performance with a 3-for-5 performance with a run scored and an RBI at Georgia Southern (5/3)... went 2-for-4 at Georgia Southern (5/4)… went 1-for-4 against Wofford (5/20) in the Southern Conference Tournament. 2007: Saw action in 42 games while starting 28, splitting time behind the plate with Richard Jones... hit .262 on the season with 17 RBI... opened the season strong by matching his personalbest three hits in the first two games against East Tennessee State (2/9 and 2/10)... knoced in a career-high five RBI against the Bucs (2/9), matching the mark set in the season-opener in 2006... notched two RBI doubles against Virginia Tech (2/23)... smashed his first career home run on March 17 against Eastern Illinois with a two-out solo shot in the seventh that tied the game, 4-4... drove in the game-winner with a two-out, RBI single in the eighth inning in a 6-5 win over Brown (3/28)... collected two hits and three RBI while playing in two games of the three-game series against Wofford... set a new career-best hitting streak at six games, safely reaching base starting with the game at the College of Charleston (4/4) through the April 18 game at Charleston Southern... batted 2-for-3 and scored twice at Davidson (4/22)... injured his knee against the College of Charleston (4/29), when he went 0-for-3 with an RBI... returned from the knee injury on May 15 against Charleston Southern, pinch-hitting in the eighth and catching the final inning... starting catcher in the championship game of the Southern Conference Tournament where he walked once.

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When Fallaw isn’t catching (he splits time behind the plate with Richard Jones), he often will DH. Fallaw and Jones have teamed up to be one of the top catching duos in the Southern Conference. 2006: Split time behind the plate with the departed Brady Mashak... made 29 starts as a freshman in 40 games played... registered a career-high three hits against Charleston Southern (4/4) and Georgia Southern (5/24)... scored personal-best two runs versus Butler (3/10)... his most notable performance came in the SoCon Tournament as he sparked two late inning rallies to help lead the Bulldogs to the championship round... came up with a clutch, two-out hit against Georgia Southern (5/24) as he was a perfect 3-for-3 to lead The Citadel to their first win in four tries over all-conference starter Everett Teaford... second clutch performance came in the ninth frame when the Dogs were trailing Western Carolina, 2-1, and facing elimination... he ignited a three-run rally and scored the tying run to propel the Dogs to the semi-final round of the SoCon Tournament... played for the Columbia Blowfish of the Coastal Plain League over the summer along with Graham Couch, Tim Martin and Stephen Williams... named to the 2006 CPL American All-Star Squad. High School: Earned seven varsity letters in baseball at W. Wyman King Academy... was named to the 2001 and 2002 Region II 2A All-Region team... 2003, 2004, and 2005 Region II 2A Player of the Year... 2003 and 2004 All Area SCISA Player of the Year... 2004 and 2005 High School Sports Report SCISA A Player of the Year... was a member of State Championship team in 2001, 2003, and 2004... also lettered three times in football and twice in basketball. Personal: Sidney Allan Fallaw, Jr.... born Oct. 24, 1986... son of Allan and Paula Fallaw... majoring in physical education.

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Avg GP-GS .259 40-29 .262 42-28 .258 32-29 .260 114-86

AB 81 103 97 281

R 11 11 8 30

H 21 27 25 73

2B 5 6 3 14

Fallaw’s Overall Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 5 26 .321 4 3 16 4 .318 0 4 0-0 1 2 17 41 .398 12 6 15 3 .372 0 0 0-1 0 1 8 31 .320 8 7 13 4 .351 2 1 0-1 1 3 30 98 .349 24 16 44 11 .350 2 5 0-2

PO 192 211 153 556

A 22 13 17 52

E FLD% 1 .995 1 .996 1 .994 3 .995

Year Avg GP-GS 2006 .111 18-14 2007 .257 12-10 2008 .269 15-14 TOTAL .220 45-38

AB 36 35 52 123

R 4 5 4 13

H 4 9 14 27

2B 0 1 2 3

Fallaw’s Southern Conference Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 2 4 .111 3 2 9 2 .220 0 4 0-0 0 1 5 13 .371 5 3 4 1 .395 0 0 0-0 0 0 4 16 .308 5 2 6 2 .350 1 1 0-0 0 1 11 33 .268 13 7 19 5 .326 1 5 0-0

PO 85 58 81 224

A 9 7 6 22

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Meade Sonny OF/P/INF

R/R 6-5 230 Summerville, S.C. (Stratford HS)

Sr.

Career Highs Category Highs Hits 5 RBI 6 Runs 4 Walks 3 Stolen Bases 1 Strikeouts 3

Opponent (Last Time) Three times (at Winthrop) at Georgia Southern Twice (at Georgia Southern) vs. Butler Four times (vs. Presbyterian) Twice (vs. South Carolina)

Date May 7, 2008 May 2, 2008 May 2, 2008 March 11, 2006 May 16, 2008 May 9, 2006

What You Need to Know Sonny Meade was named to the 2009 Preseason AllAmerica Third Team by the NCBWA.

2008: Earned All-Southern Conference honors for the third consecutive year… played in the Coastal Plains League over the summer, winning the league championship with the Thomasville HiToms… finished the 2008 season fifth in the SoCon in batting average, hitting .393 while leading the team… was tied for fourth in the conference and led the team with 90 hits… led the team with 26 multiple-hit games… tied for third on the team with nine multiple RBI games… had the third-longest hitting streak on the team with a nine-game stretch as he recorded multiple hits in the last six… during that six-game stretch, went 17-for-29 with 13 RBI and nine runs scored, hit .586 with an .862 slugging percentage, a .613 on-base percentage and did not commit an error in the field… notched a career-best five hits in a game on three separate occasions, inlcuding against Daivdson (4/11) in a 5-for-5 performance with three runs scored and at Winthrop (5/7) in a 5-for-6 outing with five RBI and three runs scored… possibly his best outing came at Georgia Southern (5/2) where he went 5-for-6 with a career-best six RBI and tied a career-best four runs scored… posted a 3-for-5 performance at Elon (3/15)… went 2-for-5 with two runs scored against Furman (3/22)… drove in two runs in a 5-2 win in the rubber game against Furman (3/23)… against Appalachian State (3/30), hit 2-for-2 with an RBI and two runs scored… went 3-for-5 at Charleston Southern (4/8) with two RBI… hit two doubles in a 3-for-4 performance against UNC Greensboro (4/20) as he scored twice and drove in a run.

Sonny Meade has one of the highest grade point averages on the team. Sonny Meade won a state championship at Stratford HS. in his entire career... led the team with a .379 batting average and 86 hits despite missing four games due to a forearm injury... posted a multi-hit performance in 28 of 57 games this season and hit safely in 46 of 57 games... ended hitting streak at 16 as he did not register a hit against Liberty (2/17)... that mark is tied for seventh longest streak in The Citadel history... blasted first home run of 2007 against No. 1 South Carolina (2/18), a solo, one-out shot... blasted his second home run of the year with a three-run shot in the fifth against Savannah State (3/13)... knocked in the game-winner vs. Eastern Illinois (3/18) with sacrifice fly to right, clinching the 5-4 victory and series sweep... went a perfect 4-for-4 against Elon (3/25) with four RBI... helped The Citadel avoid a shutout, being responsible for the Bulldogs’ three runs with a three-run home run at Western Carolina (4/1)... scored on four separate occasions at Appalachian State (4/13)... garnered a career-best five RBI in a 25-14 victory at Davidson (4/21)... also registered two doubles and a pair of sacrifice flies in that game... batted .545 and was 6-for-11, including a home run and two RBI in three-game series against the College of Charleston... posted multi-hit outings in all three games at UNC Greensboro (5/4-5/6), batted .538 and drove in three runs despite suffering a forearm injury... missed the first start of his career on May 12 with a forearm injury... prior to that missed start, had made 110 consecutive starts.

2007: Named to the Southern Conference All-Tournament Team... started in 56 of the 57 games he played in... has 2006: Only freshman to start all 61 games, 57 as designated never gone more than two consecutive games without a hit

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Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

Avg GP-GS .306 61-61 .379 57-56 .393 56-56 .358 174-173

AB R H 245 44 75 227 47 86 229 49 90 701 140 251

2B 19 13 16 48

Meade’s Overall Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2 3 50 107 .437 19 1 42 6 .353 4 2 0-1 2 5 44 118 .520 24 1 29 4 .429 7 1 1-1 0 5 46 121 .528 24 0 25 6 .438 7 3 3-3 4 13 140 346 .494 67 2 96 16 .406 18 6 4-5

PO 38 111 122 271

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

Avg GP-GS .307 27-27 .418 24-24 .400 27-27 .373 78-78

AB 114 98 110 322

2B 9 8 8 25

Meade’s Southern Conference Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 1 3 26 55 .482 7 0 19 3 .347 0 0 0-0 2 3 25 62 .633 11 1 10 3 .465 4 0 1-1 0 2 17 58 .527 12 0 11 3 .444 4 2 2-2 3 8 68 175 .543 30 1 40 9 .418 8 2 3-3

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A E FLD% 4 0 1.000 3 10 .919 4 5 .962 11 15 .949

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Shubsda

Brian OF

Sr. R/R 6-1 190 Toms River, N.J. (Christian Brothers Academy)

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Career Highs Category Highs Hits 2 RBI 1 Runs 1 Walks 1 Stolen Bases 0 Strikeouts 2

Opponent (Last Time) at Georgia Southern vs. Western Carolina [2] Twice (at South Carolina) Twice (at South Carolina) N/A vs. Western Carolina [2]

Date May 3, 2008 May 10, 2008 May 13, 2008 May 13, 2008 N/A May 10, 2008

What You Need to Know Brian Shubsda started out as a catcher before moving to the outfield during the 2008 season. After moving to the outfield, Brian Shubsda played in more games than in any prior season. Of all the members of the 2009 team, Shubsda comes from the northernmost point (Toms River, N.J.). 2008: Transitioned to outfield, playing in 18 games and starting in seven… pinch hitting at Georgia Southern (5/2), recorded a hit and an RBI in one at bat… recorded a career-high two hits in a 2-for-4 performance the next day at Georgia Southern (5/3), scoring once… went 1-for-3 with a double in the series-opener against Western Carolina (5/9)… went 1-for-4 with an RBI in the series-finale against the Catamounts (5/10)… posted a 1-for-2 performance from the plate with a run scored at No. 18 South Carolina (5/13). 2007: Saw action in three games, getting one at bat against Campbell (2/27), at Western Carolina (4/1) and at Appalachian State [2] (4/13)... recorded two putouts at Western Carolina. 2006: Redshirted, did not see game action... played with the Manchester Yankees over the summer. High School: Lettered three times in baseball and hit .364 in senior season... four-year letterwinner in ice hockey and was named all-state, all-shore and all-county while earning conference MVP laurels. Personal: Brian Scott Shubsda... born Feb. 24, 1987... son of Adam and Abby Shubsda... majoring in physical education.

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Shubsda’s Overall Career Statistics Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2006 Redshirted 2006 Season 2007 .000 3-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 .000 0 0 0-0 2008 .176 18-7 34 2 6 1 0 0 2 7 .206 2 0 10 2 .216 1 1 0-0 TOTAL .162 2-7 37 2 6 1 0 0 2 7 .189 2 0 11 3 .200 1 1 0-0 Shubsda’s Southern Conference Career Statistics Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2006 Redshirted 2006 Season 2007 .000 2-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0-0 2008 .200 10-5 25 1 5 1 0 0 2 6 .240 0 0 7 1 .192 1 0 0-0 TOTAL .185 12-5 27 1 5 1 0 0 2 6 .222 0 0 7 2 .179 1 0 0-0

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Thomas

Trey OF

R/R 6-0 185 James Island, S.C. (James Island HS)

Sr.

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Career Highs Category Highs Hits 2 RBI 1 Runs 1 Walks 1 Stolen Bases 0 Strikeouts 2

Opponent (Last Time) at Georgia Southern vs. Western Carolina [2] Twice (at South Carolina) Twice (at South Carolina) N/A vs. Western Carolina [2]

Date May 3, 2008 May 10, 2008 May 13, 2008 May 13, 2008 N/A May 10, 2008

What You Need to Know Trey Thomas won a national championship while playing for the South Carolina Diamond Devils (Dixie League). Trey Thomas was coached in high school by Tom Hatley, a former assistant coach at The Citadel. Trey Thomas split time with Brian Shubsda in left field in 2008 following Matt Simonelli’s injury. 2008: Played in 26 games, starting in 12… matched a career-high two hits in a 2-for-4 outing at Charleston Southern (4/8)… was 1-for-1 with a run scored and an RBI against Davidson (4/12)… went 1-for-1 as a pinch hitter at No. 23 East Carolina (4/16)… drove in a run in a 1-for-3 performance against UNC Greensboro (4/19)… hit a double in a pinch hitting situation at Georgia Southern (5/2), going 1-for-1 against the Eagles… went 1-for-2 in the Southern Conference Tournament against Wofford (5/20).

(3/14)... tallied a .308 batting average to end the season... spent the summer with the Florence RedWolves of the Coastal Plain League along with fellow Bulldogs Matt Crim and Conrad Kellahan. High School: Graduate of James Island High School where he earned four letters in baseball... was named to the allstate and all-region in senior season... ended career with a batting average of .413... member of 18U WWBA National Championship team.

2007: Saw action in 22 games, starting in 10... hit .273 on the year in 33 at bats... registered a season-high two hits against Personal: Russell Boyd Thomas III... born July 1, 1987... East Tennessee State (2/11)... registered first Southern Con- son of Rusty and Carol Thomas... business administration. ference start against SoCon foe Western Carolina (3/31) at third base, belting his first collegiate home run as he plated the tying and go-ahead runs to give the Dogs their only lead of the weeknd over Western with two-out, two-run blast in the sixth... started against Wofford [1] (4/7), going 2-for-2 and scored a career-high two runs in the 8-7 extra inning victory. 2006: Appeared in 11 contests, getting the start at third base in four... had career day against Princeton (3/4) in game one of a doubleheader, driving in a personal-best two RBI on two hits... performance gave him first collegiate start in second game of doubleheader versus Princeton (3/4)... smashed first career double in only hit against Charleston Southern

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Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

Avg GP-GS .308 11-4 .273 22-10 .220 26-12 .253 59-26

AB 13 33 41 87

R 1 7 3 11

H 4 9 9 22

2B 1 0 2 3

Thomas’ Overall Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 3 5 .385 3 2 3 0 .500 0 0 0-0 0 1 3 12 .364 4 1 5 1 .359 1 1 0-0 0 0 4 11 .268 5 3 5 0 .333 2 2 0-1 0 1 10 28 .322 12 6 13 1 .370 3 3 0-1

PO 0 4 20 24

A 12 12 2 26

E FLD% 3 .800 3 .842 0 1.000 6 .893

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

Avg GP-GS .000 1-0 .417 7-4 .250 10-4 .320 18-8

AB 1 12 12 25

R 0 4 1 5

H 0 5 3 8

2B 0 0 1 1

Thomas’ Southern Conference Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 1 2 8 .667 2 0 2 0 .500 0 0 0-0 0 0 3 4 .333 2 0 3 0 .333 1 1 0-0 0 1 5 12 .480 4 0 5 0 .400 1 1 0-0

PO 0 3 10 13

A 0 8 0 8

E FLD% 1 .000 1 .917 0 1.000 2 .913

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Welling Joey OF

R/R 5-9 175 Charleston, s.C. (Bishop England HS)

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Opponent (Last Time) at Appalachian State [2] N/A N/A at Western Carolina N/A N/A

Date April 13, 2007 N/A N/A April 1, 2007 N/A N/A

What You Need to Know Joey Welling won two state championships at Bishop England HS. Joey Welling was coached by former Bulldog catcher Mike Darnell and infielder Rusty Hughes at Bishop England HS. Joey Welling is one of 13 players on The Citadel roster from the Charleston metropolitan area. 2008: Did not play. 2007: Saw action in three games, going 2-for-2 on the season... recorded a hit against Campbell (2/27) and at Appalachian State [2] (4/13). 2006: Redshirted, did not see game action... played for coach Kenny Wilkinson of Dixie Baseball in North Charleston with fellow Bulldog Brett Bull. High School: Attended Bishop England High School and was a part of the 2003 and 2005 state championship baseball teams coached by Mike Darnell... was named to the all-conference team his senior year... received the Tammy Reynolds Good Sportsmanship Award. Personal: Joseph Henry Welling... born Sept. 30, 1986... son of Owen and Beth Welling... grandfather, Henry Kennedy, played football at The Citadel... majoring in business administration.

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Welling’s Overall Career Statistics Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2006 Redshirted 2006 Season 2007 1.000 3-0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 1.500 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 2008 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 TOTAL 1.000 3-0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 1.500 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 Welling’s Southern Conference Career Statistics Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2006 Redshirted 2006 Season 2007 1.000 2-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 2008 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 TOTAL 1.000 2-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0

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Wrenn

Wes RHP

R/R 5-11 185 Sr. High Point, N.C. (Wesleyan Christian Academy)

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Opponent (Last Time) Five times (vs. Furman) Twice (vs. Appalachian State) at Wofford [1] vs. Eastern Illinois at UNLV at UNLV

Date March 22, 2008 May 5, 2006 April 6, 2008 March 16, 2007 March 17, 2006 March 17, 2006

What You Need to Know Wes Wrenn logged 29.1 consecutive innings without allowing a walk in 2008. Entering his senior year, Wes Wrenn is already ranked in the school record books in games started and innings pitched. Wes Wrenn was named the North Carolina Player of the Year in 2005. 2008: One of four Bulldogs to earn Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week honors… finished the season fifth in the Southern Conference with 87.0 innings pitched… made 14 appearances on the season, starting 13 games… pitched 6.0 innings in relief against Delaware (2/24), holding the Blue Hens scoreless and hitless while walking three and striking out three… proceeded to not allow a walk over the next 29.1 innings pitched… allowed four runs on nine hits in 6.0 innings pitched against Wright State (3/8), striking out six… struck out six two appearances later as he allowed only one run on nine hits in 9.0 innings pitched against Furman (3/22)… his streak of not allowing a walk ended against Appalachian State (3/29) as he walked four and struck out four in 4.1 innings pitched, allowing eight runs on 10 hits… walked a career-high five batters in 6.0 innings on the mound at Wofford (4/6) as he allowed only one run on seven hits with three strikeouts… allowed one run on one hit with four strikeouts and three walks against Davidson (4/12), earning Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week honors for his performance against the Wildcats… struck out five in 8.0 innings pitched against Western Carolina (5/10) as he allowed two runs on eight hits… started the Southern Conference Tournament game against Wofford (5/20), allowing three earned runs on six hits and striking out three in 6.0 innings pitched.

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2007: Made 17 appearances and threw a team-leading 104.2 innings pitched... amassed a 4.64 ERA and a 6-6 record... started in all 17 appearances, the second-most number of starts a Citadel pitcher has made in school history... had gone at least 6.0 innings in 10 consecutive starts (beginning last season) with that streak ending against Richmond (2/16), going 5.0 innings against the Spiders... opened the season with six-inning, six-strikeout performance against East Tennessee State (2/9), allowing only three runs... only allowed four hits in 7.0 innings of work and did not allow an earned run while striking out seven in 5-4 win over James Madison (3/2)... tossed his third career complete game against Elon (3/23), allowing three runs (two earned) off eight hits while striking out three... earned a 9-1 victory while throwing a complete game against Georgia Southern (5/11), striking out three and did not give up any extra-base hits... that win against GSU marked his first positive decision since facing Eastern Illinois (3/16)... went 13.0 innings in two appearances in the Southern Conference Tournament with an ERA of 1.38, earning wins over Davidson (5/22) and Elon (5/26)... went 6.0 innings against 10th-seeded Davidson in the tournament’s opening round game, striking out seven, walking four and not allowing a run... only allowed two runs in 7.0 innings of work against Elon in the SoCon Tournament semifinal game while striking out two and propelling the Bulldogs to the championship game for the third time in four years.

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The Baseball PlayerCitadel Profiles 2006: Earned role as the Friday night starter as a freshman... garnered 15 starts in 15 appearances on the mound... in first collegiate start, he did not allow a run in 6.0 innings of work while giving up four hits and fanning six Richmond (2/17)... first collegiate win came against Butler (3/10), the same night head coach Fred Jordan picked up his 500th career victory... tossed two complete game victories, the first coming against UNCG (3/31) as he allowed only two runs on nine hits while striking out six... second complete game came against Appalachian State (5/5) as he gave up one earned run on five hits and matched his career high eight strikeouts... went 6.0 plus innings in every start except for one... had the best ERA out of The Citadel’s starting rotation with a 3.88, good enough for ninth in the SoCon... ended year with a 6-2 overall record... finished eighth in the SoCon in walks allowed with only 24 on the season... held opponents to a .278 batting average. High School: Graduated from Wesleyan Christian Academy where he played baseball, basketball, soccer, and was also a member of the swim team... named all-state, all-conference, MVP, and North Carolina High School Player of the Year in 2005... senior season hit for a batting average of .692 and also threw three no- hitters... member of NC Stars, number one team in the nation in 16U AAU... also played for the On Deck O’s who were a top10 team in the nation in 18U AAU. Personal: Wesley Kyler Wrenn... born April 17, 1986... son of Carl and Sandy Wrenn... majoring in business administration.

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Wrenn’s Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 97.1 105 46 42 24 74 104.2 129 71 54 23 61 87.0 102 46 45 24 48 289.0 336 163 141 71 183

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 3.88 6-2 15 15 2 0/1 0 4.64 6-6 17 17 2 0/1 0 4.66 5-5 14 13 1 0/0 0 4.39 17-13 46 45 5 0/2 0

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

Wrenn’s Southern Conference Career Statistics ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 3.32 4-1 9 9 2 0/0 0 65.0 66 27 24 18 45 13 0 4 4.97 1-5 9 9 2 0/0 0 58.0 65 37 32 12 27 10 4 4 4.88 4-4 9 9 1 0/0 0 59.0 72 32 32 20 34 21 1 6 4.35 9-10 27 27 5 0/0 0 182.0 203 96 88 50 106 44 5 14

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3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 1 6 421 .278 6 7 2 9 7 9 472 .304 8 8 5 12 1 9 375 .305 5 5 2 10 9 24 1268 .296 19 20 9 31 BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 277 .269 4 5 2 7 255 .288 3 6 2 9 262 .310 4 3 1 6 794 .289 11 14 5 22

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Ardis

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Damon INF

R/R 6-3 205 Goose Creek, S.C. (Stratford HS)

High School: A 2008 graduate of Stratford High School... earned four letters in baseball and one letter in football... team won the 2005 South Carolina State Championship... named “Mr. Hustle” in high school. Personal: Damon Edward Ardis, Jr.... born on Nov. 30, 1989 in California... son of Damon and Zelda Ardis... most memorable baseball moment was winning the high school state championship... majoring in civil engineering.

RHP

Opponent (Last Time) at College of Charleston vs. Appalachian State vs. Campbell Three times (at Mercer) Three times (at Winthrop) at Winthrop

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What You Need to Know Date April 25, 2008 March 29, 2008 Feb. 27, 2007 April 2, 2008 May 7, 2008 May 7, 2008

2008: Pitched 19.2 innings in 17 appearances… accumulated a 7.78 ERA, allowing 30 hits while striking out 15 and walking seven… struck out a career-high three batters in 1.2 innings pitched against Appalachian State (3/29)… allowed three runs – two earned – on four hits in that game… longest career outing came at the College of Charleston (4/25), recording 2.2 innings pitched as he allowed two runs off a two-run home run against the nation’s most powerful offense while striking out two… struck out two Cougars earlier in the season when facing the College of Charleston (3/18) in a non-conference game at Riley Park which the Bulldogs won, 13-1… struck out two in his first appearance of the year, fanning USC Upstate batters in 2.0 innings pitched… struck out two against Winthrop (3/26) in a 2.1 inning performance, allowing two runs on two hits.

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R/R 5-8 170 Simpsonville, S.C. (Hillcrest HS)

Career Highs Category Highs Innings Pitched 2.2 Strikeouts 3 Walks 2 Hits 4 Runs 3 Earned Runs 3

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boyce Chris

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Chris Boyce recorded most of his career high marks during the 2008 season. Chris Boyce recorded a career-best three strikeouts in only 1.2 innings against Appalachian State in 2008. Chris Boyce is the only cadet-student-athlete on The Citadel’s roster from the Upstate area of South Carolina. 2007: Made five appearances... pitched 1.2 innings against Western Carolina (4/1), giving up four hits and one run... struck out one and walked one while giving up two hits and one run at South Carolina (5/9). High School: Graduate of Hillcrest High School... named to the 2005 and 2006 all-region squad... tabbed all-state in 2006 and was selected to the North/South All-Star team... batted .365 including seven doubles, eight home runs and 22 RBI during senior campaign... boasted a 16-7 career record on the hill in 211.2 innings of work... recorded 77 strikeouts and had a 3.23 ERA as a senior... played for the Diamond

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son of Ronnie and Debbie Boyce... majoring in business administration.

Boyce’s Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 4.0 7 4 4 3 3 0 19.2 30 20 17 7 15 6 23.2 37 24 21 10 18 6

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 9.00 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 7.78 0-0 17 0 0 0/0 0 7.99 0-0 22 0 0 0/0 0

3B HR 0 0 0 1 0 1

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 20 .412 0 0 0 0 95 .361 5 0 3 2 115 .370 5 0 3 2

BK 0 1 1

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Boyce’s Southern Conference Career Statistics ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 5.40 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 1.2 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 8.31 0-0 7 0 0 0/0 0 8.2 15 9 8 3 7 3 0 1 7.84 0-0 8 0 0 0/0 0 10.1 19 10 9 3 7 3 0 1

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 9 .444 0 0 0 0 43 .395 4 0 2 0 52 .404 4 0 2 0

BK 0 1 1

Clarkson TJ

RHP/OF

Fr.

R/R 6-3 195 Coral Springs, Fla. (Coral Springs HS)

High School: Graduated from Coral Springs High School in 2008… earned three letters in baseball… named All-America Honorable Mention his senior year… named District Player of the Year… coached by Frank Bomdalos. Personal: Thomas John Clarkson… goes by “TJ”… born May 7, 1990 in Coral Springs, Fla.… son of Tom and Kathy Clarkson… majoring in health, exercise and sport science.

What You Need to Know TJ Clarkson was selected to play in the Florida All-Star game. TJ Clarkson was named All-America Honorable Mention while at Coral Spring HS. Of the four players on The Citadel’s roster from Florida, three - including TJ Clarkson - are pitchers.

Copenhaver

Raymond RHP

R/R

6-4 200 Apopka, Fla. (Apopka HS)

2008: Finished the season ranked second in the Southern Conference in appearances and games in relief… his seven pickoffs was second on the team and tied for third in the SoCon, contributing to the team’s national-best 28 pickoffs… made 36 appearances in the season, equaling his freshman year mark and tying for fourth in school history… accumulated a 1-3 record and 5.16 ERA on the year with 45.1 innings pitched… allowed 31 runs on 53 hits while striking out 28 and walking 16… struck out two in 1.2 innings of work against UNC Wilmington (2/27)… struck out both batters

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What You Need to Know Raymond Copenhaver recorded seven pickoffs in 2008, helping The Citadel to a nation-leading 28 pickoffs. The 2008 season marked the second consecutive year that Raymond Copenhaver logged 36 appearances. Raymond Copenhaver’s seven pickoffs ranked third in the Southern Conference in 2008.

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Career Highs Category Highs Innings Pitched 4.0 Strikeouts 3 Walks 4 Hits 4 Runs 4 Earned Runs 4

Opponent (Last Time) at Furman Four times (vs. Appalachian State) at South Carolina Twice (at Furman) vs. South Carolina vs. South Carolina

Date May 18, 2007 March 28, 2008 May 9, 2007 May 18, 2007 April 1, 2008 April 1, 2008

High School: A graduate of Apopka High School... recorded 20 strikeouts in 17.2 innings of work... registered a 1.22 ERA on the hill... four-time baseball letterman... played summer ball and fall ball with the perennial powerhouse Central Florida Renegades, coached by Bob Pincus... tabbed Renegades’ Fireman of the Summer for his performance as closer. Personal: Raymond Barry Copenhaver... born Nov. 22, 1987... son of Barry Copenhaver and Ruth Farrell... majoring in business administration.

2007: Made 36 appearances in his rookie season, going 48.2 innings and striking out 26... finished the season with a 3.70 ERA, second-best mark on the team... earned his first collegiate save at Furman (5/18) pitching a career-long 4.0 IP, giving up four hits and one run while striking out one... entered the single-season appearances list at The Citadel, finishing the year tied for fourth all-time with 36 appearances... struck out one, walked four and gave up two hits in 3.0 innings pitched at No. 7 South Carolina (5/9)... made an appearance in all three games against Wofford, maintaining a 0.00 ERA in 3.2 innings pitched... in that series against Wofford, only gave up one hit and two walks while striking out one... suffered his first collegiate loss at Western Carolina (3/31), giving up three runs (two earned) on two hits while facing only three batters in the seventh inning... threw three innings of no-hit ball in The Citadel’s 8-3 win over Winthrop (3/20)... maintained a 0.00 ERA in his first 13.1 innings of work... that perfect streak came to an end against Eastern Illinois (3/16) as he gave up an RBI single... earned his first collegiate victory in The Citadel’s 7-6 win over No. 1 South Carolina (2/18), striking out three and only giving up one hit in 3.0 innings pitched.

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Copenhaver’s Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 48.2 58 23 20 19 26 5 45.1 53 31 26 16 28 11 94.0 111 54 46 35 54 16

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ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 3.70 1-1 36 0 0 0/1 1 5.16 1-3 36 0 0 0/2 0 4.40 2-4 72 0 0 0/3 1

3B HR 2 3 0 4 2 7

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 223 .302 2 7 0 5 203 .299 4 6 1 3 426 .301 6 13 1 8

BK 0 2 2

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Copenhaver’s Southern Conference Career Statistics ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 4.82 0-1 14 0 0 0/0 1 18.2 25 12 10 7 8 4 2 2 5.87 0-1 17 0 0 0/0 0 23.0 28 17 15 4 11 8 0 3 5.40 0-2 31 0 0 0/0 1 41.2 53 29 25 11 19 12 2 5

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 88 .329 2 2 0 3 100 .304 2 4 0 0 188 .315 4 6 0 3

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Evans Chris LHP

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L/L 6-0 180 Moncks Corner, S.C. (Berkeley HS)

High School: Graduated from Berkeley High School in 2008... earned two letters in baseball... named All-Region in 2007... played on the Diamond Devils travel team... compiled a 10-2 record with a 1.72 ERA his senior year... coached by Shane Todd. Personal: Christopher Troy Evans... born Aug. 31, 1990 in Charleston, S.C.... son of Jerry and Kelly Evans... majoring in business administration.

What You Need to Know Chris Evans was named Team Defensive MVP his senior year of high school. Chris Evans earned All-Region honors his senior year of high school. Chris Evans played on the 2006 AAU National Championship team.

Garrett Zach RHP

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R/R 6-2 230 Alpharetta, Ga. (Alpharetta HS)

High School: Graduated from Alpharetta High School in 2008... earned three varsity letters in baseball... named Pitcher of the Year on his team... named team MVP his sophomore year. Personal: Zachary David Garrett... born April 16, 1990 in Cleveland, Ohio... son of David and Donna Garrett... most memorable moment in baseball was throwing a no-hitter... majoring in business administration.

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What You Need to Know Zach Garrett was named Pitcher of the Year at Alpharetta HS. Alpharetta HS teammate Colin Snow also is playing Division I baseball, signing an NLI with Georgia Southern.

R/R 6-3 200 Columbia, S.C. (Richland Northeast HS)

High School: Graduated from Richland Northeast High School in 2008... lettered in baseball all four years... earned All-Region honors in 2007 and 2008... named the team’s MVP in 2007... was a 2008 North/South All-Star game selection... coached by Thane Maness. Personal: David Todd Greene... born July 18, 1990 in Columbia... grandfather, Alan Shelton, was going to be a running back at Georgia Tech before leaving school to fight in World War II... he ended up playing football, basketball and baseball at Erskine, where he has been inducted into the Erskine Athltic Hall of Fame... majoring in business administration.

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Zach Garrett was the winning pitcher against the No. 1 ranked team in the country during the Georgia state playoffs in 2008.

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What You Need to Know David Greene was selected to play in the South Carolina North/South All-Star Game. David Greene excelled his junior year of high school, earning All-Region honors and being named team MVP. David Greene comes from a family of athletes. His grandfather, Alan Shelton, played football at Erskine.

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Johnson Jim OF

L/R 5-9 160 Mount Pleasant, S.C. (Wando HS)

What You Need to Know

High School: Graduated from Wando High School in 2008 ... earned three letters in baseball and one in football... team won the regional championship in 2006 and 2007... named the team’s Rookie of the Year in 2005... earned the Warrior Award in 2007.

Jim Johnson is a Citadel Scholar, earning a scholarship based upon his academic performance.

Personal: James Henry Johnson, IV... born Dec. 9, 1989 in Asheville, N.C.... son of Hank and Kay Johnson... father, Hank, is a 1980 graduate of The Citadel... has two sisters, Amanda and Jennifer... was a member of NHS and Beta Club in high school... majoring in civil engineering.

A southpaw, Jim Johnson is one of six players that hit lefthanded on The Citadel roster this season.

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Jim Johnson played summer and fall ball for former Bulldog catcher Johnny Cribb.

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Legare INF

R/R 5-8 160 Columbia, S.C. (Blythewood HS)

2008: Did not play.

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High School: Earned four letters in baseball at Blythewood High School... finished high school with a career .400 batting average... earned All-Area and All-Region honors... coached by Barry Mizzell... played summer ball with the Palmetto Sand Gnats, coached by Mark Bonnett and Andy Hallet.

Legare Jones was a member of the first Blythewood High School baseball team.

Personal: William Legare Jones, Jr.... born on Dec. 14, 1988... son of Legare Jones and Debbie Smith... majoring in business administration.

Legare Jones was named All-Region all four years of high school.

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During his junior year of high school, Blythewood posted an undefeated record.

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6-0 210 Sumter, S.C. (Wilson Hall HS)

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Career Highs Category Highs Hits 5 RBI 6 Runs 5 Walks 2 Stolen Bases 1 Strikeouts 4

Opponent (Last Time) vs. Wofford Twice (at Davidson) at Davidson Four times (at College of Charleston) Four times (vs. Presbyterian) at Appalachian State

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Date April 6, 2007 April 21, 2007 April 21, 2007 April 27, 2008 May 16, 2008 April 13, 2007

2008: Split his summer between the Cape Cod League’s Bourne Braves and the Coastal Plain League’s Thomasville HiToms, winning a championship with the HiToms… led The Citadel with 11 multiple RBI games and was third on the team with 19 multiple hit games… led the Bulldogs with 11 home runs… fourth on the team with 12 doubles… went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in the second game of a doubleheader against Delaware (2/23)… went 2-for-5 with two runs scored and three RBI against Evansville (3/8)… that game against Evansville kicked off a four-game stretch where he hit a home run in every game… went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored against Wright State (3/8)… went 3-for-5 with three RBI in the rubber game at Elon (3/16)… in the rubber game against Furman (3/23), hit 2-for-4 with one RBI… posted a 3-for-4 performance with a run scored and an RBI in the series-opener against Appalachian State (3/28)… drove in two runs in a 2-for-4 performance in the series finale against Appalachian State (3/30)… drove in two runs in a 1-for-3 outing at Charleston Southern (4/8)… went 4-for-5 with a run scored in a 4-3 loss at No. 23 East Carolina (4/16)… caught fire in the series at Georgia Southern (5/2-4), batting 7-for-13 with six runs scored and eight RBI… capped the series off against the Eagles (5/4) with a 2-for-4 outing with four RBI and two runs scored as both hits were home runs… continued that streak in the next game at Winthrop (5/7), going 4-for-6 with three RBI and two runs scored.

Richard Jones played on the 2008 Thomasville HiToms team that won the Coastal Plain League title. Richard Jones was named Freshman All-America in 2007 by three different publications. Richard Jones was named the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year in 2007, the fifth player in school history to win that award. of the Week for the week ending April 9... layed in 57 of 61 games, starting in 49... hit .335 and tied with Chris Swauger for the team lead in home runs with 15, which ties him with Swauger for sixth in school’s all-time charts for home runs in a season... put his name in the single-season charts for RBI

2007: Southern Conference Freshman of the Year... named Freshman All-America by three different publications, including Baseball America, Louisville Slugger and Rivals.com... was named to the Ping! All-Freshman Team... named to the Southern Conference All-Tournament team after hitting 9-for-25 for a .360 average, driving in six runs, scoring four times, hitting three home runs and accumulating a .760 slugging percentage... named to the All-SoCon First Team by the media as a designated hitter and named All-SoCon Second Team DH by the coaches... named the SoCon Player

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The Baseball PlayerCitadel Profiles in a season, bringing in 61 runs throughout the year... hit a home run in four of the last seven games, including solo shots in three of the six games in the SoCon Tournament... blasted his first career home run vs. Eastern Illinois (3/16) as he went back-to-back with Matt Arnold in the third inning for a solo, one-out shot to dead center... posted two career-highs in an 11-8, 10-inning victory over Wofford (4/6) with five hits and four RBI... matched four RBI again in very next game against Wofford [1] (4/7)... blasted first career grand slam against Wofford [1] in 17-5 win (4/7) as he hit the first Bulldog grand slam since Chip Cannon on April 4, 2004 against Appalachian State... named SoCon Player of the Week for the week ending April 9, becoming the first freshman since 2003 to receive that honor for The Citadel... batted .667 including two doubles, a grand slam and eight RBI during the week... notched career-high six RBI in last two at bats in 17-0 win over Appalachian State (4/13) with a grand slam and triple... got the starting nod at catcher vs. Davidson (4/21) and ripped two home runs, scored a career-best five times and matched a career-high six RBI... crushed three home runs throughout

Personal: Richard Cogburn Jones, Jr.... born Jan. 31, 1988... son of Dickie and Jill Jones... father, Class of 1976, was a catcher and regimental commander at The Citadel from 1972-76... majoring in business administration.

AB 200 221 421

R H 41 67 34 62 75 129

2B 11 12 23

Jones’ Overall Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 3 15 61 129 .645 14 6 60 1 .390 3 0 2-3 1 11 44 109 .493 21 5 58 3 .352 3 0 2-2 4 26 105 238 .565 35 11 118 4 .370 6 0 4-5

PO 176 203 379

A 20 24 44

E FLD% 4 .980 5 .978 9 .979

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .364 26-24 2008 .306 27-27 TOTAL .333 53-51

AB 99 108 207

R 28 19 47

2B 6 7 13

Jones’ Southern Conference Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 3 10 46 78 .788 10 4 29 1 .439 1 0 1-1 1 5 24 57 .528 13 2 27 2 .387 1 0 0-0 4 15 70 135 .652 23 6 56 3 .412 2 0 1-1

PO 86 71 157

A 13 12 25

E FLD% 3 .971 2 .976 5 .973

H 36 33 69

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Kyle INF

R/R 5-10 170 Goose Creek, S.C. (Stratford HS)

Category Highs Hits 4 RBI 5 Runs 2 Walks 2 Stolen Bases 1 Strikeouts 4

Opponent (Last Time) Twice (vs. Columbia) at Georgia Southern 14 times (vs. Presbyterian) Three times (vs. Evansville) Twice (vs. Wofford) at Georgia Southern

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Career Highs Date March 11, 2007 May 3, 2008 May 17, 2008 March 8, 2008 April 7, 2007 May 4, 2008

2008: Started in 55 of the 56 games he played in… was third on the team in doubles with 13… fifth on the team in RBI with 37… fourth on the team in home runs with seven… successfully laid down a team-leading eight sacrifice bunts… recorded nine multiple RBI games, the third-most on the team… set a career-high five RBI at Georgia Southern (5/3) while hitting 3-for-4 with two runs scored… went 2-for-4 with both hits coming as doubles in a 2-1, 10 inning win over North Carolina A&T (2/29)… went 3-for-4 with two RBI against Indi-

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High School: A graduate of Wilson Hall High School... named to the SCISA all-conference baseball squad in 2004 and 2005 while batting .487 during his junior campaign... member of the American Legion 2005 state championship team where he played for skipper Wallie Jones and posted a .422 average... ended high school career batting .537 with 11 home runs and 37 stolen bases.

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .335 57-49 2008 .281 56-55 TOTAL .306 113-104

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the three-game series at Davidson... registered 10 RBI in the doubleheader at UNC Greensboro (5/6) as he hit three RBI doubles in the first game and a sacrifice fly, three-run home run and drew a bases loaded walk in the second game... fell only a triple shy of hitting for the cycle in the Bulldogs’ 8-6 win over No. 30 East Carolina (5/8), hitting a solo home run, single and double while driving in one and scoring twice.

Kyle Jordan hit back-to-back home runs in The Citadel’s 12-8 win at Georgia Southern on May 3, 2008. Kyle Jordan has played in every game The Citadel has played since joining the team as a freshman in 2007. Kyle Jordan helped lead Stratford HS to a state championship in 2005. ana State (3/12)… went 5-for-11 in the three-game series at Elon (3/14-16) with two runs scored and three RBI… that included a 3-for-4 performance with a run scored and an RBI in the second game of the series against the Phoenix (3/15)… went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in a 10-1 win

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AB 224 200 424

R H 23 61 29 49 52 110

2B 10 13 23

Jordan’s Overall Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 1 1 28 76 .339 12 2 62 1 .315 0 11 2-5 0 7 37 83 .415 11 3 65 2 .294 0 8 0-1 1 8 65 159 .375 23 5 127 3 .305 0 19 2-6

PO 98 85 183

A E FLD% 176 20 .932 153 17 .933 329 37 .933

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .216 27-27 2008 .281 27-27 TOTAL .249 54-54

AB 97 96 193

R 10 18 28

2B 1 9 10

Jordan’s Southern Conference Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 1 9 25 .258 6 2 28 0 .276 0 4 0-0 0 5 20 51 .531 6 2 29 2 .337 0 2 0-0 0 6 29 76 .394 12 4 57 2 .306 0 6 0-0

PO 49 41 90

A E FLD% 72 11 .917 73 6 .950 145 17 .933

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Ladd William OF

R/R 6-1 195 R-Fr. Winnsboro, S.C. (Richard Winn Academy) What You Need to Know

2008: Redshirted, did not play. High School: Received letters in baseball, basketball and football... earned team MVP, All-State and team All-Star in all three sports... hit .521 senior year with six home runs and 23 steals... baseball team was SCISA AA State Champions... coached by Ben Porter. Personal: William James Ladd, Jr.... born Dec. 8, 1988... son of Billy and Martha Ladd... majoring in business administration.

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5-10 190 Clover, S.C. (Clover HS)

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What You Need to Know Jeremy Long was named the Region 3 Defensive Player of the Year in baseball his junior year. Jeremy Long earned All-Region honors in baseball in high school.

R/R 6-0 195 Cleveland, Ohio (St. Ignatius HS)

Personal: Justin Klarich Mackert... born on April 18, 1990 in Mayfield Heights, Ohio... son of Brian and Kathy Mackert... chose The Citadel over Michigan State, Ohio State and Kent State... grandfather was a professional boxer who was also drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates... grew up next door to Sandy Alomar, Jr.... majoring in chemistry.

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Jeremy long, a two-sport start at Clover HS, was the starting linebacker on the 2007 state championship football team.

Mackert Justin

High School: Graduated from St. Ignatius High School in 2008... received two letters in baseball.

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An all-around athlete, William Ladd earned All-State honors in baseball, basketball and football in high school.

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Personal: Jeremy Lee Long... born on April 28, 1990 in Rock Hill, S.C.... son of Jack and Denise Long... majoring in civil engineering.

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William Ladd played in the Shrine Bowl football game in 2006 and 2007.

Long Jeremy

High School: Graduated from Clover High School in 2008... earned four letters in baseball and three letters in football... named the Region 3 Defensive Player of the Year in 2007... also earned All-Region honors that season... played on the Palmetto Sand Gnats summerball team.

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William Ladd was a member of the SCISA AA State Championship team at Richard Winn Academy

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What You Need to Know Justin Mackert’s high school team advanced to the Ohio state championship game in 2008. Justin Mackert has been around baseball his entire life, growing up next door to Sandy Alomar, Jr. Justin Mackert’s grandfather was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

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Mahaffey Drew LHP

L/L 6-1 175 Summerville, S.C. (Summerville HS)

Career Highs Category Highs Innings Pitched 2.0 Strikeouts 5 Walks 1 Hits 5 Runs 3 Earned Runs 3

Opponent (Last Time) Twice (at Winthrop) at UNC Wilmington vs. Appalachian State at Winthrop at Winthrop at Winthrop

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What You Need to Know Date May 7, 2008 April 15, 2008 March 29, 2008 May 7, 2008 May 7, 2008 May 7, 2008

2008: Struck out 10 batters in 9.1 innings of work… most impressive performance came at UNC Wilmington (4/15) where he struck out all five batters faced in 1.2 innings of work against the Seahawks… made his collegiate debut against Winthrop (3/26), pitching 2.0 innings and striking out three without allowing a walk or a hit… did not allow a hit in three consecutive appearances starting with 1.0 inning pitched at Coastal Carolina (4/30) and ending with 1.0 inning pitched at Georgia Southern (5/4), retiring 12 consecutive batters in that stretch… in his first collegiate start, allowed three runs on five hits while walking one and striking out one at Winthrop (5/7)… struck out one and walked one in 0.2 innings pitched against Western Carolina (5/10)… in the team’s regular season finale against Presbyterian (5/17), did not allow a hit or walk in 1.0 inning on the mound. Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 2008 4.82 0-0 8 1 0 0/0 0 TOTAL 4.82 0-0 8 1 0 0/0 0

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Drew Mahaffey recorded a streak of retiring 12 consecutive batters in 2008. In 1.2 innings of work at No. 29 UNC Wilmington, Mahaffey struck out all five batters he faced. Mahaffey did not allow a hit in three consecuitve appearances in 2008. High School: A 2007 graduate of Summerville High School... earned varsity letters in baseball and golf... played summer ball with Pro Level Sports, coached by Stan Kowalski. Personal: Jonathan Drew Mahaffey... born Sept. 28, 1989... son of Roger and Rachel Mahaffey... mother, Rachel, played basketball at Gardner-Webb... majoring in business administration.

Mahaffey’s Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 9.1 6 5 5 3 10 3 9.1 6 5 5 3 10 3

3B HR 1 0 1 0

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 37 .188 0 0 1 1 37 .188 0 0 1 1

BK 0 0

Mahaffey’s Southern Conference Career Statistics Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 2008 10.80 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 1.2 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 0 TOTAL 10.80 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 1.2 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 0

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 8 .167 0 0 0 0 8 .167 0 0 0 0

BK 0 0

Martin Chase RHP

R-So. R/R 6-2 205 Weddington, N.C. (Charlotte christian HS)

2008: Did not play due to injury.

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What You Need to Know Chase Martin played on the same high school basketball team as Stephan Curry. Chase Martin was voted “Most Athletic” his senior year of high school. Chase Martin was a member of his high school’s 2004-05-06 back-to-back-to-back state championship baseball team.

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L/L 6-0 190 James Island, S.C. (James Island HS)

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Career Highs - Hitting Category Highs Hits 3 RBI 5 Runs 4 Walks 4 Stolen Bases 1 Strikeouts 3

Opponent (Last Time) Six times (at Georgia Southern) at Georgia Southern vs. UNC Asheville vs. USC Upstate Twice (at Mercer) at College of Charleston

Date May 3, 2008 May 3, 2008 March 9, 2008 March 4, 2008 April 2, 2008 April 26, 2008

Career Highs - Pitching Category Highs Innings Pitched 5.0 Strikeouts 6 Walks 4 Hits 10 Runs 7 Earned Runs 7

Opponent (Last Time) Six times (at East Carolina) vs. USC Upstate vs. Wofford vs. College of Charleston vs. College of Charleston vs. College of Charleston

Date April 16, 2008 March 5, 2008 April 7, 2007 April 29, 2007 April 29, 2007 April 29, 2007

2008: Started as first baseman or as pitcher/designated hitter in 55 of the team’s 56 games… played in all 56 games as he did not serve dual pitching and hitting roles against UNC Wilmington (2/27)… led the Southern Conference in putouts (489) while tied for sixth in the league in walks (42)… third on the team in on-base percentage (.413)… tied for second on the team in home runs, blasting 10 over the fence… finished the season third on the team in RBI with 41… made six starts on the mound with an 0-3 record and 6.97 ERA… set a then-career best four RBI in a 3-for-4 performance against Delaware (2/24) where he recorded two doubles… topped that with five RBI in a 3-for-5 performance with a run scored at Georgia Southern (5/4)… went 3-for-4 with an RBI and run scored against Evansville (3/8)… notched two doubles in a 3-for-4 performance with a run scored and a run driven in against Furman (3/21)… went 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored in the series finale against Davidson (4/13)… in

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AB 107 196 303

R 12 41 53

H 27 54 81

2B 8 11 19

McGuiness’ Overall Career Statistics - Hitting 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 2 23 41 .383 15 1 16 0 .350 0 0 1-2 0 10 41 95 .485 42 6 29 3 .413 3 0 1-3 0 12 64 136 .449 57 7 45 3 .392 3 0 2-5

PO 21 489 510

A 10 30 40

E FLD% 0 1.000 1 .998 1 .998

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .242 20-14 2008 .276 27-27 TOTAL .263 47-41

AB 62 105 167

R 5 23 28

H 15 29 44

2B 4 6 10

McGuiness’ Southern Conference Career Statistics - Hitting 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 1 14 22 .355 7 0 10 0 .319 0 0 1-1 0 7 25 56 .533 17 2 17 1 .387 0 0 0-1 0 8 39 78 .467 24 2 27 1 .363 0 0 1-2

PO 10 264 274

A 4 17 21

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McGuiness’ Overall Career Statistics - Pitching ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 5.84 3-2 14 8 0 0/0 0 49.1 65 37 32 17 26 11 1 7 6.97 0-3 6 6 0 0/0 0 20.2 28 18 16 8 14 6 0 0 6.17 3-5 20 14 0 0/0 0 70.0 93 55 48 25 40 17 1 7

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 233 .317 1 3 3 5 103 .315 2 2 3 1 336 .316 3 5 6 6

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McGuiness’ Southern Conference Career Statistics - Pitching ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 9.26 0-1 6 4 0 0/0 0 23.1 39 27 24 10 12 8 1 4 0.00 0-0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.26 0-1 6 4 0 0/0 0 23.1 39 27 24 10 12 8 1 4

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 121 .382 1 3 2 4 0 .000 0 0 0 0 121 .382 1 3 2 4

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R/R 5-11 180 Moncks Corner, S.C. (Berkeley HS)

What You Need to Know

High School: Graduated from Berkeley High School in 2008… earned three letters in baseball and two letters in football… garnered All-Region honors in both baseball and football… hit .524 his senior year… as quarterback, led his high school football team to the state semifinals in 2006 and 2007… coached by Landy Cox and Shane Todd.

Nick Orvin played summer ball for North Charleston, helping the team win a national championship in 2008.

Personal: Nicholas James Orvin… born Feb. 20, 1990 in Charleston, S.C.… son of Neal and Audrey Orvin… father, Neal, played basketball at the College of Charleston… majoring in sports management.

Nick Orvin led his football team to the state semifinals in back-to-back seasons in high school.

RHP/C/INF

R/R 5-11 165 ormand Beach, Fla. (Allan Nease HS)

Career Highs - Hitting Category Highs Hits 3 RBI 4 Runs 2 Walks 1 Stolen Bases 0 Strikeouts 2

Opponent (Last Time) Four times (at UNC Wilmington) vs. Davidson vs. Winthrop Five times (vs. UNC Greensboro) N/A Five times (vs. UNC Greensboro)

Date April 15, 2008 April 11, 2008 March 26, 2008 April 18, 2008 N/A April 20, 2008

Career Highs - Pitching Category Highs Innings Pitched 7.0 Strikeouts 6 Walks 4 Hits 8 Runs 6 Earned Runs 5

Opponent (Last Time) at UNC Greensboro at Davidson Twice (at East Carolina) Three times (vs. Wofford) Twice (at Western Carolina) vs. Georgia Southern

Date May 6, 2007 April 21, 2007 April 16, 2008 May 26, 2007 March 31, 2007 May 13, 2007

2008: One of four Bulldogs to earn Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week honors… finished the season tied for second in the Southern Conference with nine saves… third in the Southern Conference with 33 appearances and led the conference with 30 games finished… recorded 45.2 innings pitched in his 33 appearances, striking out 40… was one of two Southern Conference pitchers named to the Stopper of

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What You Need to Know A true all-around player, Matt Reifsnider has pitched, caught, and played in the field at The Citadel. Matt Reifsnider was a high school teammate of 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow. Through two years, Matt Reifsnider enters the 2009 season tied for 10th at The Citadel in career saves (11). the Year Award Watch List… did not allow a hit or walk in 1.0 inning of work against UNC Wilmington (2/27)… struck out four in 2.0 innings of work against North Carolina A&T as he did not allow a hit in the 2-1, 10-inning victory, earning his first win of the season… earned the win against No. 23 Louisville as he held the Cardinals scoreless and struck out one in 1.1 innings of work… named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week for his performances against UNC Wilmington (2/27), North Carolina A&T (2/29) and No. 23 Louisville (3/1) as he gave up only one hit and did not allow any runs, going 2-0 in 4.1 innings pitched… struck out four in 4.0 innings of work while allowing one run on three hits against USC Upstate

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The Citadel Player Baseball Profiles (3/5)… in 1.0 inning pitched against No. 6 South Carolina, struck out three batters while allowing one run on two hits and walking one… in 2.1 innings of work in the second game of a doubleheader at Wofford (4/6), struck out a season-best five batters while allowing one run on five hits… allowed four runs on three hits in 1.0 inning pitched against UNC Greensboro (4/19)… allowed three runs on seven hits in 3.1 innings on the mound at the College of Charleston (4/27)… allowed one earned run on three hits and struck out three while walking two in 2.0 innings pitched against Western Carolina (5/10)… in the Southern Conference Tournament game against Wofford, recorded 2.1 innings pitched and allowed two runs on three hits and struck out two… batted in 24 games, starting 17 as the first baseman or designated hitter… went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored against Winthrop (3/26)… recorded a career-high four RBI in a 3-for-4 performance against Davidson (4/11)… went 3-for-5 with two RBI and a run scored at UNC Wilmington (4/15).

off five hits in 3.2 innings of work... picked up second win in relief in 8-5 victory at Appalachian State (4/14)... earned first career save in 25-14 win over Davidson (4/21) as he tossed the final four frames and collected career-best six strikeouts while holding the Wildcats scoreless in three of four frames, not allowing a single walk... tossed a career-long 7.0 IP in his first weekend start on the hill at UNC Greensboro (5/6), earning a win as he struck out two while giving up three runs on six hits... earned his second save of the year in the Southern Conference Tournament semifinal game against Elon (5/26), giving up only one hit while striking out three in 1.0 IP... made the start later that day in the championship game and was credited with the loss, throwing for 6.1 innings, giving up three runs scattered across eight hits and struck out five in a 4-2 loss against Wofford (5/26). High School: A graduate of Allen Nease High School... honored as all-city and all-state in 2005... was named the team MVP while boasting a .382 batting average and posting an 80 percent assist rate as a catcher his junior year... tabbed North Florida Player of the Year and named first team all-state MVP in 2005 and 2006... played summer and fall ball with the well-known Orlando Scorpions, coached by Sal Lombardo.

2007: Made 21 appearances on the mound while stepping to the plate in 15 games... recorded a 5.29 ERA over 68.0 innings pitched and a 3-5 record while recording two saves... made his first collegiate appearance on the hill in relief against East Tennessee State (2/10), going five full innings and striking out two while only giving up one run... batted a perfect 2-for-2 and scored a run in his first offensive appearance in The Cit- Personal: John Matthew Reifsnider... born Dec. 28, 1987... adel’s 7-6 win over No. 1 South Carolina (2/18)... went 4.0 in- son of Jack and Darlene Reifsnider... majoring in physical nings in his first collegiate start against UNC Asheville (2/25), education. giving up two hits and two runs (none earned) on seven hits while striking out two... earned first collegiate win and tossed 5.0 innings in 8-3 victory over Winthrop (3/20)... blasted first collegiate home run vs. Brown (3/28) with a three-run shot in the first off the left field foul pole to give The Citadel a 3-0 lead in a 6-5 win... collected career-high three hits against Western Carolina (3/31)... made the start as pitcher and also hit in the five hole vs. College of Charleston (4/4), the first time as starting pitcher and stayed in the lineup... suffered his first loss in that game, giving up three runs (two earned) Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .314 17-9 2008 .265 19-17 TOTAL .282 36-26

AB 35 68 103

R 3 11 14

H 11 18 29

2B 1 2 3

Reifsnider’s Overall Career Statistics - Hitting 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 1 8 15 .429 2 1 6 0 .368 0 0 0-0 0 2 12 26 .382 3 2 15 0 .315 0 0 0-0 0 3 20 41 .398 5 3 21 0 .333 0 0 0-0

PO 15 51 66

A 15 11 26

E FLD% 0 1.000 1 .984 1 .989

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .294 8-4 2008 .231 7-7 TOTAL .256 15-11

AB 17 26 43

R 0 5 5

H 5 6 11

2B 0 0 0

Reifsnider’s Southern Conference Career Statistics - Hitting 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 1 5 .294 1 0 3 0 .333 0 0 0-0 0 0 5 6 .231 2 1 6 0 .310 0 0 0-0 0 0 6 11 .256 3 1 9 0 .319 0 0 0-0

PO 5 2 7

A 4 4 8

E FLD% 0 1.000 1 .857 1 .938

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Reifsnider’s Overall Career Statistics - Pitching ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 5.29 3-5 21 10 0 0/0 2 68.0 93 56 40 23 39 16 2 5 4.93 4-5 33 0 0 0/2 9 45.2 58 27 25 22 40 7 0 5 5.15 7-10 54 10 0 0/2 11 113.2 151 83 65 45 79 23 2 10

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 319 .324 6 3 2 4 217 .310 4 1 0 7 536 .319 10 4 2 11

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Reifsnider’s Southern Conference Career Statistics - Pitching ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 9.43 2-2 8 3 0 0/0 1 21.0 34 27 22 7 12 5 1 2 6.20 1-4 14 0 0 0/0 4 20.1 32 16 14 12 15 3 0 3 7.84 3-6 22 3 0 0/0 5 41.1 66 43 36 19 27 8 1 5

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 105 .351 4 1 0 0 106 .356 1 1 0 3 211 .353 5 2 0 3

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R/R 5-11 165 Morrisville, N.C. (Cardinal Gibbons HS)

2008: Did not play, spent the season as the bullpen catcher.

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High School: Earned four letters in baseball from Cardinal Gibbons High School... named 2006 Puma Preseason AllAmerican... earned All-Conference honors... coached by Jim Liebler and Ronald Powell... also played for the Junior Legion Cary Bulls team that won the 2005 North Carolina Jr. Legion State Championship.

Grant Richards was named a 2006 Preseason All-American by Puma.

Personal: Grant Richards... born Dec. 14, 1988... son of Ric and Jan Richards... majoring in criminal justice.

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Grant Richards was the team’s reliable bullpen catcher in 2008.

R/R 5-10 170 Orlando, Fla. (Lake Mary HS)

Opponent (Last Time) at Elon Twice (at Davidson) vs. Evansville 10 times (at Elon) Three times (vs. Delaware [2]) at Winthrop

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What You Need to Know Date March 16, 2008 April 21, 2007 March 8, 2008 March 14, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008 May 7, 2008

2008: Redshirted season after breaking his left hand as he was hit by a pitch in the series-opener against Furman (3/21)… was off to a strong start prior to the injury, starting all 16 games he played in and hit .281… went 2-for-4 with two runs scored in the second game of a doubleheader against Delaware (2/23)… his two hits in the 1-0, 10-inning win over No. 23 Louisville were both doubles and scored the gamewinning run as Matt Arnold drew a bases-loaded walk in the 10th… scored twice and drove in another run in a 1-for-4 outing during a 10-1 win over USC Upstate (3/4)… his only hit in that game was a home run, the first of his career… posted a 2-for-5 performance against Evansville (3/8) with a careerhigh three runs scored… recorded a career-best three hits

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Grant Richards helped his Junior Legion team win the 2005 North Carolina Junior Legion State Championship.

Simonelli

Matt Career Highs

Category Highs Hits 3 RBI 3 Runs 3 Walks 1 Stolen Bases 1 Strikeouts 3

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Matt Simonelli started 16 games his sophomore season before breaking his hand after getting hit by a pitch. Matt Simonelli’s diving catch in center field likely saved the victory for The Citadel over Charleston Southern on March 18, 2008. Matt Simonelli earned team MVP honors on the Central Florida Renegades summer ball team in 2006. in a 3-for-5 outing at Elon (3/16), scoring once and driving in another run... made a game-saving, diving catch in the ninth inning against Charleston Southern to preserve the 5-3 victory (3/18). 2007: Played in 38 games, starting in 19... recorded 11 consecutive starts from March 17 to April 4... had first career hit in his second start against UNC Asheville on Feb. 20... made first collegiate start on Feb. 11 against ETSU as designated hitter, going 0-for-3 with a sacrifice... hit his first career double

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The Citadel Player Baseball Profiles in 8-3 win over Winthrop (3/20)... matched career-high three RBI vs. Davidson (4/12)... scored once against Western Carolina (5/23) in the Southern Conference Tournament. High School: A graduate of Lake Mary High School... 2005 second team all-county... ended prep career with .385 batting average during senior year... recorded 35 hits including eight doubles and two triples... member of Florida Cougar squad that finished second in the state in 2005... played summer ball with the perennial powerhouse Central Florida Renegades, coached by Bob Pincus... named the Renegades’ MVP for performance during the summer of 2006. Personal: Matthew P. Simonelli... born April 2, 1988... son of Matt and Candi Simonelli... majoring in business administration.

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .176 38-19 2008 .281 16-16 TOTAL .224 54-35

AB 68 57 125

R 8 13 21

H 12 16 28

2B 3 6 9

Simonelli’s Overall Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 9 15 .221 5 4 11 0 .266 2 4 1-3 0 1 3 25 .439 5 6 6 2 .397 0 2 2-3 0 1 12 40 .320 10 10 17 2 .327 2 6 3-6

PO 29 32 61

A 2 2 4

E FLD% 1 .969 0 1.000 1 .985

Year Avg GP-GS 2007 .161 18-8 2008 .455 4-4 TOTAL .238 22-12

AB 31 11 42

R 4 2 6

H 5 5 10

2B 2 1 3

Simonelli’s Southern Conference Career Statistics 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 8 7 .226 3 3 4 0 .282 2 1 1-2 0 0 2 6 .545 1 2 0 1 .571 0 1 0-0 0 0 10 13 .310 4 5 4 1 .358 2 2 1-2

PO 15 7 22

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R/R 5-11 220 Columbia, S.C. (Dreher HS)

2008: Did not play.

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High School: Graduated from Dreher High School in 2007... earned four letters in baseball, football and wrestling... named to the South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association All-State Team in 2006 and 2007... earned All-Region honors in 2006 and 2007.

Kirk Sims played on the 2007 American Legion State Championship baseball team.

Personal: Kirk Vinson Sims... born on May 18, 1989... son of Ted and Kathy Sims... majoring in business administration.

Kirk’s brother played baseball at The Citadel from 19992003.

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R/L 5-7 165 Mount Pleasant, S.C. (Wando HS)

Career Highs Category Highs Innings Pitched 4.2 Strikeouts 5 Walks 6 Hits 5 Runs 5 Earned Runs 5

Opponent (Last Time) vs. Georgia Southern vs. Georgia Southern vs. Evansville Three times (vs. Wofford) vs. Charleston Southern vs. Charleston Southern

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What You Need to Know Date May 13, 2007 May 13, 2007 March 8, 2008 May 25, 2007 April 18, 2007 April 18, 2007

2008: Made 14 appearances, recording 14.1 innings pitched… credited with the win against UNC Wilmington (2/27) as he did not allow a hit in 0.1 innings on the mound… longest outing of the season was 3.2 innings on the mound in a 13-8 win over Evansville, allowing one earned run on two hits, striking out a season-best three and walking a career-high six… in 2.1 innings on the mound against Furman (3/21), allowed one run on three hits… allowed two runs on three hits and walked three in 2.0 innings on the mound at UNC Wilmington.

Picked up the win against UNC Wilmington on Feb. 27, 2008 after only pitching 0.1 innings. Nick Spowls played in the South Carolina/North Carolina Select Game following his senior year of high school. Played high school ball for former Bulldog catcher Johnny Cribb.

High School: A graduate of Wando High School... named to the 2005 7-AAAA all-region squad and earned most valuable player as a junior for the Warriors... had a prep career 36-7 record on the hill... a member of the 2004 Wando Baseball Region 7-AAAA Championship team that was ranked first in the state for their regular season performance by SCBCA and HSSR... played summer and fall ball with Pro Level 2007: Made 19 appearances, pitching 25.2 innings and ac- Sports, coached by Stan Kowalski. cumulating a 6.66 ERA... held opponents scoreless in seven consecutive appearances (3/10-4/13)... registered first colle- Personal: Nicholas Joseph Sprowls... born Dec. 3, 1987... giate save against Brown (3/28), coming to the hill to collect son of Perry and Rose Sprowls... majoring in business adthe final out with a bases-loaded strikeout to preseve the 6-5 ministration. victory... did not allow any runs in 12 appearances... made first collegiate start against Charleston Southern (4/18), suffering the 9-6 loss... against the Bucs, went 3.1 IP while allowing five runs on five hits and striking out two... recorded his second career save with his relief performance at East Carolina (5/8), going 1.1 IP while giving up one hit and striking out one... hurled career-long 4.2 innings and registered career-best five strikeouts in 17-4 loss to Georgia Southern (5/13).

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Sprowls’ Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 25.2 32 20 19 8 17 5 14.1 20 14 10 12 6 5 40.0 52 34 29 20 23 10

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 6.66 0-2 19 2 0 0/0 2 6.28 1-0 14 0 0 0/0 0 6.53 1-2 33 2 0 0/0 2

3B HR 2 2 0 1 2 3

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 119 .296 3 0 1 2 75 .339 4 0 2 2 194 .311 7 0 3 4

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Sprowls’ Southern Conference Career Statistics ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 4.61 0-0 11 0 0 0/0 0 13.2 15 8 7 4 7 3 0 1 3.86 0-0 4 0 0 0/0 0 4.2 6 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 4.42 0-0 15 0 0 0/0 0 18.1 21 10 9 5 9 4 0 1

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 62 .268 1 0 1 1 20 .333 2 0 0 1 82 .284 3 0 1 2

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Talley

Matt LHP

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6-6 175 Sumter, S.C. (Wilson Hall HS)

Career Highs Category Highs Innings Pitched 7.0 Strikeouts 3 Walks 3 Hits 8 Runs 8 Earned Runs 8

Opponent (Last Time) Twice (at Charleston Southern) Four times (at UNC Wilmington) Twice (vs. South Carolina) at Charleston Southern at UNC Wilmington at UNC Wilmington

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What You Need to Know Date April 8, 2008 April 15, 2008 April 1, 2008 April 8, 2008 April 15, 2008 April 15, 2008

2008: Led the Southern Conference with nine pickoffs as the Bulldogs led the nation in that category with 28… made 15 appearances on the year, starting nine games… struck out three in 2.1 innings pitched against USC Upstate (3/4) as he did not allow a run on three hits… in his longest outing of the season, pitched 7.0 innings against No. 18 Coastal Carolina, allowing two runs on four hits and striking out two… matched that long outing with 7.0 innings pitched at Charleston Southern (4/8), allowing three runs on eight hits, striking out two and earning his first collegiate victory… struggled in the start at UNC Wilmington (4/15), allowing eight runs on seven hits and striking out three… in 0.1 innings pitched at No. 18 South Carolina, allowed five runs on two hits and walked four… allowed one run on five hits, walked three and struck out three in 5.0 innings of work against Presbyterian (5/17) as he earned his second win in the regular season finale.

Matt Talley’s nine pickoffs in his freshman season led all Southern Conference pitchers. Matt Talley led the Bulldogs in pickoffs (9) as The Citadel recorded a national-leading 28 pickoffs in 2008. During the summer, Matt Talley helped lead his Sumter-based American Legion team to the American Legion World Series.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Wilson Hall High School... lettered in baseball and basketball all four years... coached by Chuck Sterling, Pete Richard and Wally Jones... played for the Sumter Legion team that won back-to-back state championships, coached by Wallie Jones. Personal: Matthew Thomas Talley... born Aug. 8, 1989... son of Eddie and Carla Talley... father, Eddie, played basketball at Charleston Southern... majoring in civil engineering.

Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 2008 6.33 2-4 15 9 0 0/0 0 TOTAL 6.33 2-4 15 9 0 0/0 0

Talley’s Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 42.2 60 34 30 23 26 14 42.2 60 34 30 23 26 14

3B HR 1 6 1 6

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 204 .345 5 1 3 3 204 .345 5 1 3 3

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Talley’s Southern Conference Career Statistics Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 2008 6.23 00 3 0 0 0/0 0 4.1 8 3 3 1 0 1 0 2 TOTAL 6.23 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 4.1 8 3 3 1 0 1 0 2

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 23 .381 0 0 1 0 23 .381 0 0 1 0

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R/R 6-4 205 Beaufort, S.C. (Beaufort HS)

Career Highs Category Highs Innings Pitched 8.0 Strikeouts 10 Walks 6 Hits 9 Runs 6 Earned Runs 6

Opponent (Last Time) vs. North Carolina A&T at Wofford at College of Charleston Twice (at Georgia Southern) vs. Davidson vs. Davidson

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What You Need to Know Date Feb. 29, 2008 April 6, 2008 April 27, 2008 April 4, 2008 April 13, 2008 April 13, 2008

Asher Wojciechowski finished fourth in the Southern Conference in strikeouts his freshman season. In just his first week as a collegiate ballplayer, Asher Wojciechowski was named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week.

2008: Was the first Bulldog pitcher to be named Southern Asher Wojciechowski played Little League baseball in BuConference Pitcher of the Week… finished the year seventh charest, Romania, traveling 45 minutes one-way to practice. in the Southern Conference with a 4.50 ERA… was fourth in the league with a .234 opposing batting average… ranked Personal: Asher Wojciechowski... born Dec. 21, 1988... son fifth in the SoCon with 78 strikeouts on the year… finished the of Randy and Carol Wojciechowski... majoring in business season with a 5-1 record, recording 76.0 innings pitched… administration. was the No. 3 starting pitcher throughout the season… in his first collegiate appearance, struck out nine in 6.0 innings on the mound as he did not allow a run on two hits while walking four against Delaware (2/23)… was named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week following that dominating performance against Delaware (2/23)… followed that with eight strikeouts in 8.0 innings pitched as he allowed one run on three hits against North Carolina A&T (2/29)… struck out nine in 6.0 innings of work in a non-conference game against the College of Charleston (3/11), allowing one run on three hits in the 13-1 victory over the cross-town rival… recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts in 7.0 innings pitched in the second game of a doubleheader at Wofford (4/6), allowing four runs on seven hits… struck out seven while holding Presbyterian (5/15) scoreless on three hits in the series-opener against the Blue Hose. High School: A 2007 graduate of Beaufort High School... earned three letters in baseball and one letter in football... garnered All-Region honors in baseball... played summer ball for the Palmetto Sand Gnats.

Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 2008 4.50 5-1 14 12 0 0/1 0 TOTAL 4.50 5-1 14 12 0 0/1 0

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Wojciechowski’s Overall Career Statistics IP H R ER BB SO 2B 76.0 70 41 38 40 78 16 76.0 70 41 38 40 78 16

3B HR 1 5 1 5

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 339 .243 10 6 1 4 339 .243 10 6 1 4

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Wojciechowski’s Southern Conference Career Statistics Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 2008 6.48 2-1 9 9 0 0/0 0 50.0 59 39 36 27 42 16 0 4 TOTAL 6.48 2-1 9 9 0 0/0 0 50.0 59 39 36 27 42 16 0 4

BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 237 .294 8 5 1 3 237 .294 8 5 1 3

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Fred

Fred Jordan, a former Citadel baseball letterman, is in his 18th season at the helm of his alma mater’s baseball program and holds a 586-428 (.578) overall record, all with the Bulldogs. Jordan has instilled the ideals of belief, faith and trust into The Citadel baseball. Players under Jordan are known for playing “The Citadel Way”— Long, Hard and Fast. The Citadel Baseball has been recognized for its tenacious pace of play and tremendous discipline that Jordan sets forth in the everyday rigors of practice and throughout the regular season.

Head Coach 18th Season The Citadel, ’79 What You Need to Know Fred Jordan is the winningest active coach in the Southern Conference. Fred Jordan, the second-longest tenured Southern Conference Coach, is four conference wins away from his 300th SoCon Victory. In his coaching career, Fred Jordan has registered over

He has led the Bulldogs to six Southern Conference Tournament 800 wins. championships and six NCAA Regional appearances in the last 12 years, including the 2004 SoCon Championship and an appear- Jordan, The Citadel has won the pitching title eight of the last 17 ance at the 2004 NCAA Regional held in Columbia, S.C. No other years and seven of the last 14. Jordan has had 19 players drafted in NCAA Division I baseball program has been a part of their confer- the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft from The Citadel. ence championship more than The Citadel in the past 12 years. Under Jordan, the Bulldogs have garnered 42 All-Southern ConIn his 17 seasons, Jordan’s Bulldogs average more than 34 victories ference honors while bringing home another 42 All-SoCon Tournaa year, including 41 victories in 1999, which currently ranks as the ment honors, including a record seven in 2004. He has coached second highest win total in Citadel history. Jordan hit a milestone one Southern Conference Male Athlete of the Year, five Southern in 2006 as he picked up his 500th career win. No other coach has Conference Pitchers of the Year, four Southern Conference Freshever reached the 500 mark as quickly as Jordan did. In fact, Chal men of the Year, one Southern Conference Player of the Year, and Port is the only other coach in school history to earn 500 victories. six tournament Most Valuable Players. Jordan is considered the dean of Southern Conference baseball coaches as he has won 10 Southern Conference championships, seven more than the nearest competitor. Jordan stresses strong pitching and solid defense in order to win championships. Under

Jordan has been honored as the Southern Conference Coach of the Year three times, the last being in 2003. Of Jordan’s 19 draftees, 13 were pitchers and one is currently on a Major League 40-man roster. Dallas McPherson led all professional players in home runs in 2008 with the Class AAA Albuquerque Isotopes before being called up to the Florida Marlins late in the season. Britt Reames, recently retired from professional baseball and now the pitching coach at Furman, became the first-ever Bulldog to ever participate in the Major League Baseball postseason with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2000. Over the last 10 seasons, Jordan’s teams have had the eyes of Charleston upon them. The Citadel has been ranked in the top-35 in national attendance for 10 consecutive seasons. In 2001, the Bulldogs finished 25th in the nation, the highest ever for a Citadel team, with 53,501 fans turning out at Riley Park to see the Bulldogs play. In 2004, over 58,000 fans streamed through the gates of Riley Park to help set a single-season attendance record.

Fred Jordan with South Carolina coach Ray Tanner.

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The Citadel continued its streak of upsetting nationally-ranked programs in 2008 as the Bulldogs topped No. 23 Louisville in 10 innings, 1-0, at Riley Park. The game pitted former Bulldogs against current Bulldogs as the Cardinals were led by head coach Dan McDonnell ’92 and assistant coach Chris Lemonis ’92. The 2008 season witnessed The Citadel pitching staff lead the nation with 28 pickoffs and the Bulldogs brought home four SoCon Pitcher of the Week honors awarded to four different pitchers, a first for the program. In 2007, over 57,500 fans attended Bulldog baseball games, which brought the total attendance to watch The Citadel Baseball in Riley Park to almost 450,000 (since 1998). The Citadel surpassed the 30-win total in 2007 for the 15th time in 16 seasons under Jordan. Included in that was The Citadel’s 7-6 upset victory over No. 1 South Carolina as the Bulldogs rallied from a late 6-1 deficit in the sixth inning. Also, for the third time in four years, The Citadel found itself in the Southern Conference Tournament Championship game. The Bulldogs garnered national attention in 2006 as Chris Swauger was named National Hitter of the Week to open the season. Swauger was one of two players to earn All-SoCon honors and finished the season second nationally in triples. Closer Link Saunders was tabbed to the Stopper of the Year Watch List as he was consistently in the top-five in the nation in saves. Jordan also had two more players continue to the professional ranks as left-hander Ryan Owens signed with the Houston Astros and shortstop Matt Matulia was drafted in the 24th round by the Chicago Cubs. The Citadel played 12 games against nationally ranked opponents, including an upset over No. 3 Nebraska. In the Southern Conference Tournament, the Dogs battled to knock out top-seeded Elon en route to the championship game as The Citadel captured the runner-up spot and had two Bulldogs named to the All-Tournament team. In 2005, Jordan had his 37th player named to the Southern Conference All-Tournament team in shortstop Matt Matulia. Matulia registered a .333 batting average with two doubles, two home runs and six RBI in four games. Two seniors on the 2005 squad also received Southern Conference Player of the Week honors as Chris Ard and pitcher Griff Beckham each earned the award for their performance. Four seniors left their mark on Citadel baseball history. Ard, Josh Stackley and Jon Aughey each made their way into multiple top-10 lists, while Shannon Sprouse moved into seventh all-time in saves. Relief pitcher Link Saunders emerged to lead the Southern Conference in opposing batting average (.234) during his sophomore campaign. Saunders also finished third in the Southern Conference with a 3.15 earned run average. In 2004, The Citadel finished 21-9 in the Southern Conference and had three players named to the 2003 All-Southern Conference squad; Chip Cannon and Jonathan Ellis were honored as members of the first-team, while Josh Stackley was named to the second team. A record seven Bulldogs earned all-tournament honors after leading The Citadel to its seventh SoCon Tournament title. Jordan’s 2004 team also became the first Bulldog team since 1998 to win a NCAA Regional game as they downed Coastal Carolina 10-1 in the Regionals.

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The Record on Jordan Higher Education • B.S. in physical education, 1979, The Citadel, Charleston, S.C. • Master’s in education, 1987, The Citadel, Charleston, S.C. Head Coaching Record High School Totals: 226-87 (.722) • Fort Johnson High School, 1980-1982:45-25 (.643) • James Island High School,1983: 25-9 (.735) • Stratford High School,1984-1991:156-53 (.746) College Totals: 586-428 (.578) • The Citadel, 1992-Present: 586-428 (.578) Career Coaching Totals: 812-515 (.612) Athletic Accomplishments High School: • 1975 graduate of Garrett High School • 3 letters in football • 4 letters in baseball (All-Conference 1974, 1975) • Awards: Outstanding Offensive Back, 1975; Football MVP, 1975; Outstanding Pitcher, 1975; Male Athlete of the Year, 1975 College: • 1979 graduate of The Citadel • Three letters in baseball (1976-77-79) • Ace (Pitching) Award Winner, 1979 • Career Pitching Stats: 34 Games (4-1, 5 Saves, 2.95 ERA) Coaching Highlights High School: Fort Johnson High School: • 1980 & ’81 AAA District Runner-up • 3rd in District AAA (1982) James Island High School: • 1983 AAAA Lower State Champion Stratford High School: • AAAA Final Four finishes (1985-1987) • 1988 & ‘89 AAAA Lower State Runner-up • 1988 team ranked 28th by Collegiate Baseball • 1989 team ranked between 20th and 25th all season by USA Today • Several players pro draft choices out of high school • Coached 48 All-Conference performers • Coached 14 All-State performers • Coached 6 Lowcountry Player of the Year choices • Region 6-AAAA Coach of the Year (1987-1989) • Assistant Coach, S.C. All-Star Game (1989) • Head Coach, Lowcountry All-Star Game (1991) College The Citadel: • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001 & 2004 NCAA Regionals • 1994 SoCon Tournament Champions • 1995 SoCon Regular Season Champions • 1995 SoCon Tournament Champions • 1995 SoCon Coach of the Year • 1998 SoCon Tournament Champions • 1999 SoCon Regular Season Champions • 1999 SoCon Tournament Champions • 1999 SoCon Coach of the Year • 2000 SoCon Regular Season Co-Champions • 2001 SoCon Tournament Champions • 2002 SoCon Regular Season Champions • 2003 SoCon Coach of the Year • 2004 SoCon Tournament Champions • Has coached 42 All-Conference performers, including: • 1992 Pitcher of the Year Gettys Glaze • 1997 Freshman of the Year Rodney Hancock • 1998 Freshman of the Year Philip Hartig • 1999 Pitcher of the Year Brian Wiley • 2001 Pitcher of the Year Eric Talbert • 2001 Player of the Year Philip Hartig • 2002 Pitcher of the Year & Male Athlete of the Year Randy Corn • 2003 Freshman of the Year Trent Weathers • 2004 Pitcher of the Year Jonathan Ellis • 2007 Freshman of the Year Richard Jones • Has coached 39 Southern Conference All-Tournament selections and six tournament MVPs. • Has produced 19 players that were drafted in the Major League Baseball amatuer draft.

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The 2003 club finished 19-11 in the Southern Conference and had four players named to the 2003 All-Southern Conference squad; Chris Ard and Chip Cannon were honored as members of the firstteam and Brook Dantzler and Matt Hamer, who finished his career second on the all-time appearances list with 108, were listed on the second-team. Freshman centerfielder Trent Weathers, who played in all 57 of the Bulldogs’ games, was honored by the Southern Conference Media Association as the Freshman of the Year.

In typical Jordan fashion, the 2000 team was not without strong pitching. Senior right-hander Ron Colvard posted 11 wins, which stands as the second highest total in school history. Along with Colvard, senior closer Jay Morgan posted 10 saves, which was the highest total since 1995 when Donald Morillo posted 13 saves for Jordan’s second Southern Conference championship team.

With national powers Miami, North Carolina State, Florida State and South Carolina on the slate in 2003, Fred Jordan led his ball club to victories over the Hurricanes, Wolfpack and Gamecocks. He also became the fastest Citadel coach to reach the 400-win plateau as he accomplished the feat on March 8 with a 7-3 victory over Western Carolina.

In 1999, Jordan’s team posted a career best 41 victories en route to the regular season crown and the Southern Conference Tournament championship. The Bulldogs participated in the NCAA Regional in Tallahassee, Fla., and Jordan was named the Southern Conference’s Coach of the Year for the second time in his career.

The 2002 team featured one All-American, two All-Southern Conference performers and the Southern Conference’s Pitcher and Male Athlete of the Year. The 2002 team was no different than any other Jordan coached club, as they were one of the best pitching teams in the country. The Bulldogs’ earned run average ranked in the top25 nationally and right-handed pitcher Randy Corn proved to be the workhorse of the Bulldogs’ staff as he saved 13 games, tying a then school record. Corn’s 1.37 ERA was good enough for second

In 1998, The Citadel won 37 games, marking the fourth-highest single-season victory total in school history, and won the Southern Conference Tournament crown by outscoring its four opponents by a combined score of 37-3. In addition, Jordan saw three members of his 1998 club selected in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. In the spring of 1998, he had three players with 4.0 grade point averages, five Gold Star (3.8+ GPA) recipients and 17 AD’s Honor Roll (3.0+ GPA and/or 2.75 cumulative GPA) members.

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The 2000 championship team featured two all-Americans, three first-team All-Southern Conference performers and two second team All-Southern Conference members. Junior centerfielder Chris Morris led the nation by stealing 84 bases and established the single season Southern Conference record. Those 84 swipes also moved the Southern Conference all-time record for stolen bases to 147. Morris was named first team All-America by Baseball Weekly and also earned first team All-Southern Conference honors.

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The Citadel Baseball Coaches and Staff His 1995 squad captured the Southern Conference regular season crown by five games, the Southern Conference Tournament Championship and made their second consecutive trip to NCAA Regional play. The 1994 Bulldogs captured the Southern Conference Tournament, won the play-in series with the Ohio Valley Conference tournament champion and earned the right to participate in the NCAA East Regional at Clemson. The Citadel advanced to the quarterfinal round of play before bowing out with a 5-1 loss to Notre Dame. This was accomplished with only five freshmen and two seniors in the everyday lineup. Jordan, 51, was named The Citadel’s head coach on Jan. 14, 1992, only 28 days prior to the team’s season-opener against Coastal Carolina in Conway. He replaced his former college head coach Chal Port, who retired prior to the 1992 season after coaching baseball at The Citadel from 1965-1991. Jordan is the fifth head coach in modern-day Citadel baseball history (since 1954). Jordan is a 1979 graduate of The Citadel where he received a bachelor of science degree in physical education and a master’s degree in education in 1987. He lettered as a pitcher in 1976, 1977 and 1979 for the Bulldogs under Port. He won an Ace (Pitching) Award in 1979 and was a member of the 1979 Southern Conference Baseball Championship squad. Prior to his appointment at The Citadel, Jordan had been one of the most respected high school baseball coaches in the state of South Carolina. He was the head coach at Stratford High School from 1984-1991 before The Citadel called. He led the Knights to an overall record of 156-53 (.746), and during his tenure at Stratford, the Knights were Lower State runners-up in 1988 and 1989.

At Fort Johnson High and James Island High schools in Charleston, Jordan led the Trojans and Rams to an overall record of 70-34 (.673) from 1980-83, including the AAAA Lower State Championship in 1983 at James Island. His 1980 and ‘81 Fort Johnson teams were AAA District runners-up. In 12 years as a high school head coach, Jordan led each of his teams to a state playoff appearance and all 12 squads finished no worse than second place in their conference. His 1988 Stratford team racked up 20 wins in a row en route to a No. 28 ranking by Collegiate Baseball. His 1989 squad started the season ranked 20th by USA Today and was ranked between 20th and 25th the entire season. Jordan was named Region 6-AAAA Coach of the Year in 1987, 1988 and 1989, and served as the head coach of the Lowcountry All-Star team in 1991. He served as the assistant coach of the South Carolina All-Star team in 1989. His high school coaching record in 12 seasons was 226-87 (.722). Jordan had over 30 high school players go on to play collegiate baseball. He coached four professional draft choices, six Lowcountry Players of the Year and 48 all-conference picks. Two of Jordan’s players in high school - Lee Glaze and Anthony Jenkins - went on to become Southern Conference Athletes of the Year at The Citadel and earn induction into the school’s athletic hall of fame. A Charleston native and 1975 graduate of Garrett High School, he is married to the former Debra Mattox of Charleston and the couple has two children, Kristen, who graduated from Clemson in the spring of 2004, and Kyle, who is a junior on The Citadel baseball team.

Jordan Year-by-Year Year Won Lost Tied Pct. 1992 35 20 0 .636 1993 32 25 0 .561 1994 32 34 0 .485 1995 39 21 0 .650 1996 33 26 0 .559 1997 37 21 0 .638 1998 37 24 0 .607 1999 41 20 0 .672 2000 39 20 0 .661 2001 38 24 0 .613 2002 31 26 0 .545 2003 32 25 0 .561 2004 39 28 0 .582 2005 25 34 0 .420 2006 34 27 0 .557 2007 34 27 0 .557 2008 28 28 0 .500 Totals 586 428 0 .578

SoCon (Finish) 10-9 (4th) 13-9 (3rd) 11-13 (5th) 19-5 (1st) 13-10 (4th) 16-7 (3rd) 21-5 (2nd) 24-5 (1st) 23-7 (1st) 20-10 (2nd) 22-8 (1st) 19-11 (3rd) 21-9 (3rd) 17-19 (6th) 15-12 (5th) 12-15 (7th) 12-15 (8th) 296-169 (.648)

SoCon Regular Season Champions: 1995, 1999, 2000, 2002 SoCon Tournament Champions: 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004 NCAA Regional Appearances: 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004

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David Beckley enters his eighth season with the Bulldogs as an assistant coach and his third as the recruiting coordinator. Beckley will continue to work with the infielders and base runners for the 2009 season. Under Beckley, the Bulldogs have flourished defensively. Head coach Fred Jordan has always preached that good pitching and solid defense wins championships, and Beckley firmly believes in that system. After setting the school’s fielding percentage record at .968 in 2003, all the 2004 club did was smash it with a .974 fielding percentage. Beckley’s defense only committed 69 errors in 2,633 chances and tallied a record-breaking 762 assists, surpassing the previous mark of 715 set in 1994. The solid defense continued in 2008 with a .965 fielding percentage. With such a solid defense behind them, Jordan can allow his pitchers to pitch without any fear of being let down by a defender.

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David Beckley is one of the longest-tenured assistant coaches at The Citadel and in the Southern Conference. David Beckley has had four players go on to play professional baseball in the past five years. David Beckley finished his career as the top base stealer in Southern Conference history. history, the James Island native finished his career as the top base stealer in Southern Conference history as he eclipsed the century mark and finished with 104 stolen bases.

In 2006, Matt Matulia was drafted by the Chicago Cubs and was a solid defender at shortstop as a four-year starter. Matulia also made an assault on many Citadel records during his career as a Bulldog.

A 1996 graduate of The Military College of South Carolina, Beckley previously served as the head baseball coach at Berkeley High School and had stints as an assistant coach at both Barnwell and James Island high schools.

Three other Bulldog infielders have reached the professional ranks under Beckley’s tutelage. Second baseman Jon Aughey signed as a free agent with the Kansas City Royals in 2005 and first baseman Chip Cannon was drafted in the eighth round by the Toronto Blue Jays in 2004 after receiving All-Southern Conference accolades. Cannon was also named to the Louisiville Slugger/TPX All-America Team in his final season as a Bulldog. Shortstop David Griffin played with the Evansville Otters of the independent Frontier League in 2002 and 2003.

Beckley was a member of the 1994 and 1995 Southern Conference Championship teams and brings continuity and dedication to the program. Beckley finished second on the team in batting average his senior season as he batted .335 and led the team with 37 stolen bases, 65 runs scored and five triples to lead the Bulldogs to their second consecutive Southern Conference title. He was tabbed to the South Carolina Collegiate All-State team in 1994 and 1996, while being named The Citadel’s team MVP in 1996.

Beckley’s other task is to put pressure on opposing pitchers and defenses by coaching the Bulldogs base runners. A solid base stealer himself, Beckley swiped 103 bags in four seasons as a Bulldog. He has taken his approach to base running and instilled it into the current Citadel base runners. His guidance is beginning to pay dividends as several current Bulldogs are quickly becoming threats on the base paths. Jon Aughey was one swipe shy of the career top-10 list in stolen bases as he recorded 65 over the four years he played for the Bulldogs. Chris Ard swiped a season-high 29 bases in 2005, giving him a career total of 54.

A 1992 graduate of Stratford High School, Beckley earned two letters in football and four letters in baseball. During his senior season, he played in the North-South baseball game and the Shrine Bowl for football. For his efforts the High School Sports Report named him the Lowcountry Co-Player of the Year along with former Bulldog pitcher Brian Callahan (1993-96). Beckley is married to the former Lauren Garmon of James Island. The couple has one daughter, Payton (6), and a son, Tanner (3).

Aughey and Ard are not the only players to benefit from Beckley’s knowledge. Trent Weathers was a huge base stealing threat to any club in the conference as he totaled 50 stolen bases in 68 attempts over the four years he spent at The Citadel. Beckley played a pivotal part in the development of the 2003 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year, Weathers. Weathers not only played in every game for the Bulldogs in 2003 and hit over .300, but Beckley helped hone the fleet-footed Weathers into one of the nation’s leading base stealing threats. Weathers broke The Citadel’s freshman stolen base mark with 25 steals in only 30 attempts. Beckley is no stranger to The Citadel as he was a four-year letterwinner under coach Fred Jordan. Among the smartest base runners in conference

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Assistant Coach Fourth Season Lander, ’03

Randy Carlson enters his fourth season as an assistant at The Citadel where he primarily works with the catchers is the hitting coach. Bulldog catchers have excelled behind the plate under Carlson’s direction. In 2008, the catching staff led the Southern Conference in stolen bases against with a league-low mark of 45 SBA. The Bulldog catchers were second in the SoCon in fewest passed balls and had the third fewest amount of errors in the league.

What You Need to Know Randy Carlson has coached 12 players that have gone on to play professional baseball. Randy Carlson has guided The Citadel catchers to the top of the SoCon statistical categories in the past three years.

In 2007, The Citadel backstops combined for a .989 fielding perRandy Carlson helped guide Richard Jones to Freshman centage, ranking them second in the Southern Conference. The All-America honors in 2007. past three seasons, Bulldog catchers have been ranked at the top or near the top of the Southern Conference, thanks to Carlson’s scored and 10th in career hits. guidance. In 2007, true freshman Richard Jones received numerous accolades under Carlson’s guidance, earning Freshman All-America accolades by Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball, Baseball America, Rivals.com and Ping! In addition, Jones was named the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year while also being named All-Southern Conference and garnered All-Southern Conference Tournament Team accolades. Known primarily for his bat, Jones also had a stellar season behind the plate, ranking third in the SoCon as he gunned down over 30 percent of base runners attempting to steal.

Prior to coming to The Citadel, Carlson acted as head coach of the Wayne County Raptors of the New York Collegiate Baseball League in the summer of 2005. A 1997 graduate of Cassadaga Valley Central School in Sinclairville, N.Y., Carlson is an active member of the American Baseball Coaches Association.

Sid Fallaw has also flourished defensively under Carlson’s tutelage, leading the Southern Conference in 2007 with an impressive .996 fielding percentage. In his first three seasons, Fallaw has fielded at a remarkable .995 clip with well over 600 combined putouts and assists. A 2003 graduate of Lander University, Carlson was the assistant coach at his alma mater from 2003-05 where he worked with the catchers, outfielders and hitters. He also acted as first base coach and camp director. In 2005, he coached a Lander team that reached the national ranks at No. 7, the Bearcats’ highest ranking in school history. Carlson has also coached 12 players that went on to the professional ranks. Carlson received a coach’s award in 2001, and was named to the Peach Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll in 2001 and 2002 during his playing days at Lander. He was part of a Bearcat team that was ranked as high as ninth nationally in 2001. That same club finished the ‘01 season with a school record 33 wins, including a season-high 18 Peach Belt Conference victories. In every season in which Carlson was a player or coach, Lander was ranked among the top 30 in the country. The Gerry, N.Y. native also played at Jamestown Community College, leading his team to the NJCAA Regionals in 1999. Carlson left his mark on the Jayhawk record books, ranking first in career walks, fourth in career triples, fifth in career at bats, ninth in career runs

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A former standout ballplayer from The Citadel, Jon Aughey returns to his alma mater as a volunteer assistant coach in 2009. Aughey will work with the outfielders and base running while helping Randy Carlson coach the hitters. Aughey joins the Bulldogs after spending two seasons coaching alongside former Chicago White Sox and Florida Marlins pitcher Alex Fernandez at Archbishop McCarthy High School in Cooper City, Fla. At Archbishop, Aughey worked with the hitters, infielders and base running while leading the team to their first district championship in school history. Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Aughey played professional baseball in the Kansas City Royals organization from 2005-06. Aughey signed with the Royals after graduating from The Citadel and played for the Arizona Royals of the Arizona League. As a collegiate player, Aughey was a standout second baseman for The Citadel, winning two Southern Conference Championships in his four years. Starting all four years, Aughey led the Bulldogs to the 2004 Southern Conference Tournament Championship and a berth in the NCAA Columbia (S.C.) Regional while being named to the All-SoCon Tournament team. As a freshman, Aughey helped lead the Bulldogs to the 2002 Southern Conference Regular Season Championship. Following the 2004 championship season, Aughey played in the coveted Cape Cod League where he was an all-star starting third baseman for the Harwich Mariners. Aughey also received the Mariners’ 10th Man Award.

Assistant Coach First Season The Citadel, ’05 What You Need to Know Jon Aughey spent two seasons coaching alongside former Marlins and White Sox pitcher Alex Fernandez. Jon Aughey helped guide The Citadel to two SoCon titles in four years as a player. Jon Aughey played professional baseball after a standout career under Fred Jordan and David Beckley at The Citadel. The ultimate cadet-student-athlete, Aughey graduated in 2005 with a business administration degree while earning gold stars twice and being named to the dean’s list on three separate occasions for his academic excellence. Aughey came to The Citadel after playing at nationally-ranked Westminster Academy where he earned All-America Honorable Mention honors. Aughey’s Westminster team was ranked as high as third nationally his senior season. A native of Paterson, N.J., Aughey was born March 31, 1983 and is the son of John and JoAnn Aughey. Aughey currently resides in Charleston.

Before they were coaches All four members of The Citadel coaching staff enjoyed fine playing careers before becoming coaches. Fred Jordan, a 1979 graduate of The Citadel, lettered three seasons as a right-handed pitcher and earned an Ace Award in 1979. He helped the Bulldogs to the 1979 Southern Conference championship. David Beckley finished his superb career at The Citadel as the Southern Conference’s then-all-time leader in stolen bases (104), and The Citadel’s all-time leader in games played (236), runs (198), at-bats (875), and hits(257). Beckley was a member of the 1994 and 1995 championship teams. Randy Carlson, a 2003 graduate of Lander, was part of the 2001 Lander team that reached No. 9 nationally. Carlson helped the Bearcats to a school record Randy Carlson 33 wins, including 18 Peach Belt Conference victories. Prior to his stint at Lander, Carlson played behind the plate at Jamestown Community College where he led the team in various hitting categories.

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Strength & Conditioning Coach Second Season Worcester State, ’05

Donnell Boucher was named the new head strength and condition- Boucher earned a bachelor’s degree in health education from ing coach for Bulldog Athletics in the spring of 2008 and enters his Worcester State College where he was a four-year football lettersecond year with The Citadel. man. As a three-year starter he was a recipient of the Scholar Athlete Award in 2004 and 2005. His strength and conditioning certiBoucher, previously the assistant strength and conditioning coach, fications include CPR/BLS Health Care Provider and AED, along joined the staff in the April of 2007 after working as the performance with being a NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist. director at Competitive Athlete Training Zone in Auburn, Mass. where he trained athletes of all levels in performance enhancement. He is currently persuing a masters degree in health, exercise and Prior to his stint at Competitive Athlete Training Zone, Boucher was sport science through The Citadel Graduate College. a volunteer strength and conditioning coach at Iona University.

Clark Craig

Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Ninth Season East Tennessee State, ’99 Craig Clark enters his ninth year as a member of The Citadel Sports Medicine staff and his sixth as the Assistant Director of Sports Medicine. Clark primarily works with The Citadel baseball team and oversees the day-to-day operations of The Citadel Sports Medicine Department.

Prior to his arrival at The Citadel, Clark spent the spring of 2000 as an athletic trainer with the Atlanta Braves Organization.

The highlight of Clark’s young athletic training career came in the summer of 2003 when he and Citadel Director of Sports The 1999 graduate of East Tennessee State University is a Medicine Andy Clawson were named College and University certified athletic trainer and a licensed emergency medical Athletic Training Staff of the Year by the South Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association. technician. In the spring of 2003, the Knoxville, Tenn., native completed Clark is also active in the community, serving as a member of his master’s degree in physical education at The Citadel’s the Charleston County Athletic Board. He began his service on the board in December of 2003 after being appointed to a College of Graduate and Professional Studies. four-year term by the Charleston County Council. While completing his undergraduate degree, he completed two summer internships with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans.

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Equipment Manager Second Season Tennessee, ’04

Tim Mitchell, formerly of West Virginia, is in his second season as the equipment manager at The Citadel. Having served as a graduate assistant in the Mountaineer equipment room, for two seasons, Mitchell asssisted the head manager and worked with the staff of student managers for WVU football. A 2004 graduate of the University of Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture education, Mitchell worked seven

seasons as a student manager with the Volunteer football team. A native of Greeneville, Tenn., Mitchell recently completed a master’s degree in sport management at West Virginia University.

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Head Groundskeeper Fourth Season Ohio, ’89

A native of Athens, Ohio, Mike Williams enters his fourth season with The Citadel and the RiverDogs as Head Groundskeeper. Before the 2006 season, Williams worked on the grounds crew for the World Baseball Classic at Hiram Bithorm Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Williams previously worked as head groundskeeper with the New York Mets and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

in recreation management. He added a master’s degree in 1991 in athletic administration and furthered his education in turf management at Cornell University from 1995-96.

While Williams will have the unique task of maintaining Riley Park’s playing surface throughout the The Citadel’s and RiverDogs’ seasons, he will commute home occasionally to Tallmadge, Ohio, to be with his wife of 16 years, Shelly, daughter A professional groundskeeper since 1993, Williams, 42, is a Lindsay (10), and son, Timmy (5). 1989 graduate of Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree

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General Information Location: Colorado Springs, Colo. Enrollment: 4,400 Colors: Blue and Silver Nickname: Falcons Conference: Mountain West President: Lt Gen John F. Regni AD: Dr. Hans Meuh Home Field: Falcon Field Capacity: 1,000 Press Box: (719) 333-3472 Website: GoAirForceFalcons.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Mike Hutcheon Overall Record: 290-348 Years: 13 School Record: 51-208 Years: Five Record vs. The Citadel: 0-0 Assistant Coaches Scott Marchand Chandler Rose Shane Davis

MEdia Relations Contact: Nick Arseniak Office: (719) 333-9251 Cell: (719) 510-2684 Fax: (719) 333-3798 E-Mail: nicholas.arseniak@usafa.edu Mailing Address 2168 Field House Drive USAF Academy, CO 80840

Team Information 2008 Record: 18-33 2008 Conf. Record: 4-20 2008 Conf. Finish: 7th Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 20/8 Starters R/L: 8/2 Pitchers R/L: 7/3

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General Information Location: Ladson, S.C. Enrollment: 3,135 Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Buccaneers Conference: Big South President: Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. AD: Hank Small Home Field: Buccaneer Field Capacity: 500 Press Box: (843) 863-7591 Charleston Southern Website: CSUsports.com March 25 l Ladson, S.C. CSU Buccaneer Field April 8 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

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Coaching Staff Head Coach: Stuart Lake Overall Record: 0-0 Years: First Year School Record: 0-0 Years: First Year Record vs. The Citadel: 0-0 Assistant Coaches Charles Assey Stan Kowalski Anthony Hayes

MEdia Relations Contact: Niki Turner Office: (843) 863-7037 Cell: N/A Fax: (843) 863-7676 E-Mail: nturner@csuniv.edu Mailing Address PO BOX 118087 Charleston, SC 29423

General Information Location: Conway, S.C. Enrollment: 8,300 Colors: Teal, Bronze, Black Nickname: Chanticleers Conference: Big South President: Dr. David DeCenzo AD: Warren D. “Moose” Koegel Home Field: Watson Stadium Capacity: 2,000 Press Box: (843) 421-8244 Website: GoCCUsports.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Gary Gilmore Overall Record: 760-379 Years: 19 School Record: 507-277 Years: 13 Record vs. The Citadel: 22-16

General Information Location: Terre Haute, Ind. Enrollment: 10,586 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Sycamores Conference: Missouri Valley President: Dr. Daniel J. Bradley AD: Ron Prettyman Home Field: Sycamore Field Capacity: 2,500 Press Box: (812) 237-3654 Website: GoSycamores.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Lindsay Meggs Overall Record: 657-337-5 Years: 18 School Record: 44-58 Years: Two Record vs. The Citadel: 1-0

MEdia Relations Contact: Mike Williams Office: (812) 237-4161 Cell: (812) 230-8351 Fax: (812) 237-4157 E-Mail: mwilliams73@isugw.indstate.edu

Assistant Coaches Tyler Herbst TJ Merritt Ryan Heil

Mailing Address Room A-15 Student Services Building Terre Haute, IN 47809

General Information Location: Huntington, W.Va. Enrollment: 13,814 Colors: Green and White Nickname: Thundering Herd Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Stephen J. Kopp AD: Bob Marcum Home Fields: Kennedy YMCA Center; Appalachian Power Park Capacity: 3,000 (KC); 4,500 (APP) Press Box: TBA Website: HerdZone.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jeff Waggoner Overall Record: 51-62-1 Years: Three School Record: 51-62-1 Years: Three Record vs. The Citadel: 0-0

MEdia Relations Contact: Chris Attwood Office: (304) 696-4662 Cell: (978) 944-0576 Fax: (304) 696-2325 E-Mail: attwood@marshall.edu

Assistant Coaches Kevin Schnall Brendan Dougherty Drew Thomas

MEdia Relations Contact: Kent Reichert Office: (843) 349-2840 Cell: N/A Fax: (843) 349-2819 E-Mail: kreicher@coastal.edu Mailing Address PO BOX 261954 Conway, SC 29528

Team Information 2008 Record: 18-34 2008 Conf. Record: 6-15 2008 Conf. Finish: 7th/8 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 16/7 Starters R/L: 7/2 Pitchers R/L: 3/1

Team Information 2008 Record: 50-14 2008 Conf. Record: 17-3 2008 Conf. Finish: 1st/9 Postseason: Cary Super Regional Final Ranking: 16th Letterwinners R/L: 16/8 Starters R/L: 6/3 Pitchers R/L: 9/4

March 4 l Conway, S.C. Charles L. Watson Stadium

Indiana State

Team Information 2008 Record: 18-32 2008 Conf. Record: 9-15 2008 Conf. Finish: 7th/9 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 15/14 Starters R/L: 8/5 Pitchers R/L: 4/7

Feb. 20-21-22 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

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Assistant Coaches Tim Adkins Tim Donnelly George Brumfield

Mailing Address PO BOX 1360 Huntington, WV 25715

Team Information 2008 Record: 30-30-1 2008 Conf. Record: 10-13-1 2008 Conf. Finish: 6th/9 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 21/8 Starters R/L: 7/3 Pitchers R/L: 10/3

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2009 Opponents/The Southern Conference General Information Location: Macon, Ga. Enrollment: 7,400 Colors: Orange and Black Nickname: Bears Conference: Atlantic Sun President: Dr. William D. Underwood AD: Bobby Pope Home Field: Claude Smith Field Capacity: 500 Press Box: (478) 301-2339 Website: MercerBears.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Craig Gibson Overall Record: 139-145 Years: Five School Record: 139-145 Years: Five Record vs. The Citadel: 1-0 Assistant Coaches Tim Boeth Brent Shade

MEdia Relations Contact: Bryan Geelan Office: (478) 301-5209 Cell: (712) 260-1219 Fax: (478) 301-5350 E-Mail: geelan_bd@mercer.edu Mailing Address University Center 1400 Coleman Ave. Macon, GA 31207

Team Information 2008 Record: 24-33 2008 Conf. Record: 13-16 2008 Conf. Finish: 6th/12 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 22/12 Starters R/L: 5/5 Pitchers R/L: 10/4

Mercer March 11 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

General Information Location: Clinton, S.C. Enrollment: 1,200 Colors: Garnet and Blue Nickname: Blue Hose Conference: Big South President: Dr. John V. Griffith AD: Dr. William “Bee” Carlton Home Field: PC Baseball Complex Capacity: 500 Press Box: N/A Website: GoBlueHose.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Elton Pollock Overall Record: 67-155 Years: Four School Record: 67-155 Years: Four Record vs. The Citadel: 0-3 Assistant Coaches Mark Johnson Chris Edwards

MEdia Relations Contact: Brent Hager Office: (864) 833-8252 Cell: (704) 219-3790 Fax: (864) 833-8323 E-Mail: bchager@presby.edu Mailing Address 105 Ashland Ave. Clinton, SC 29325

Team Information 2008 Record: 13-40 2008 Conf. Record: 0-0 2008 Conf. Finish: N/A Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 16/12 Starters R/L: 7/2 Pitchers R/L: 4/1

Presbyterian May 5 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park May 12 l Clinton, S.C. PC Baseball Complex

General Information Location: Hamden, Conn. Enrollment: 5,400 Colors: Navy and Gold Nickname: Bobcats Conference: Northeast President: John. L. Lahey AD: Jack McDonald Home Field: Quinnipiac Field Capacity: 1,000 Press Box: TBA Website: QuinnipiacBobcats.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dan Gooley Overall Record: 449-389-8 Years: 24 School Record: 348-299-7 Years: 19 Record vs. The Citadel: 0-0

MEdia Relations Contact: Ken Sweeten Office: (203) 582-8625 Cell: (203) 859-8529 Fax: (203) 582-8625 E-Mail: kenneth.sweeten@quinnipiac.edu

Assistant Coaches Dan Scarpa Marc Stonaha Joe Tonelli

Mailing Address 275 Mount Carmel Ave. Hamden, CT 06518

Team Information 2008 Record: 16-36 2008 Conf. Record: 9-19 2008 Conf. Finish: 7th/8 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 23/6 Starters R/L: 8/1 Pitchers R/L: 6/3

Quinnipiac March 9 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

General Information Location: Radford, Va. Enrollment: 9,230 Colors: Red and White Nickname: Highlanders Conference: Big South President: Penelope W. Kyle AD: Robert Lineburg Home Field: Radford Field Capacity: 1,000 Press Box: (540) 257-1159 Website: RadfordAthletics.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Joe Raccuia Overall Record: 82-83 Years: Three School Record: 24-32 Years: One Record vs. The Citadel: 0-0 Assistant Coaches Brian Anderson Allen Rice Eric Mesa

MEdia Relations Contact: Patrick Reed Office: (540) 831-5211 Cell: (540) 257-1159 Fax: (540) 831-5556 E-Mail: pmreed@radford.edu Mailing Address Dedmon Center 1 University Drive PO BOX 6913 Radford, VA 24142

Team Information 2008 Record: 24-32 2008 Conf. Record: 6-14 2008 Conf. Finish: 6th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 22/10 Starters R/L: 7/3 Pitchers R/L: 10/5

Radford Feb. 27 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

General Information Location: Savannah, Ga. Enrollment: 3,000 Colors: Orange and Reflex Blue Nickname: Tigers Conference: Independant President: Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. AD: Bart Bellairs Home Field: Tiger Stadium Capacity: 500 Press Box: TBA Website: savstate.edu/athletics

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Carlton Hardy Overall Record: 234-231 Years: 11 School Record: 81-67 Years: Three Record vs. The Citadel: 0-1 Assistant Coaches Emanuel Wheeler James “Trey” Mock

MEdia Relations Contact: Opio Mashariki Office: (912) 356-2446 Cell: N/A Fax: (912) 353-5287 E-Mail: masharik@savstate.edu Mailing Address Tiger Arena 3219 College Street Savannah, GA 31404

Team Information 2008 Record: 20-25 2008 Conf. Record: N/A 2008 Conf. Finish: N/A Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 14/13 Starters R/L: 4/5 Pitchers R/L: 4/4

Savannah State April 14 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

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South Carolina March 31 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park April 15 l Columbia, S.C. Carolina Stadium

General Information Location: Columbia, S.C. Enrollment: 27,065 Colors: Garnet and Black Nickname: Gamecocks Conference: Southeastern President: Dr. Harris Pastides AD: Eric Hyman Home Field: Carolina Stadium Capacity: 6,400 Press Box: (803) 777-6648 Website: GamecocksOnline.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Ray Tanner Overall Record: 935-416-3 Years: 22 School Record: 540-243 Years: 12 Record vs. The Citadel: 32-9

General Information Location: Cookeville, Tenn. Enrollment: 10,796 Colors: Purple and Gold Nickname: Golden Eagles Conference: Ohio Valley President: Dr. Robert Bell AD: Mark Wilson Home Field: Bush Stadium Capacity: 1,100 Press Box: (931) 372-6032 Website: TTUsports.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Matt Bragga Overall Record: 102-166-1 Years: Five School Record: 102-166-1 Years: Five Record vs. The Citadel: 1-1

General Information Location: Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment: 5,000 Colors: Hunter Green, White, Black Nickname: Spartans Conference: Atlantic Sun Chancellor: Dr. John Stockwell AD: Mike Hall Home Field: Harley Park Capacity: 1,500 Press Box: (864) 503-5058 Website: UpstateSpartans.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Matt Fincher Overall Record: 257-341 Years: 11 School Record: 257-341 Years: 11 Record vs. The Citadel: 0-2

General Information Location: Rock Hill, S.C. Enrollment: 6,600 Colors: Garnet and Gold Nickname: Eagles Conference: Big South President: Anthony DiGiorgia AD: Tom Hickman Home Field: Witnhrop Ballpark Capacity: 1,887 Press Box: (843) 323-2155 Website: WinthropEagles.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Joe Hudak Overall Record: 803-559-5 Years: 25 School Record: 600-422-5 Years: 17 Record vs. The Citadel: 18-13

Tennessee Tech

MEdia Relations Contact: Andrew Kitick Office: (803) 777-5257 Cell: (803) 240-4150 Fax: (803) 777-2967 E-Mail: kitick@mailbox.sc.edu

Team Information 2008 Record: 40-23 2008 Conf. Record: 15-15 2008 Conf. Finish: 5th/6 East Postseason: Raleigh Regional Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 16/10 Starters R/L: 4/5 Pitchers R/L: 12/7

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations The Roost Building B 1322 Heyward Street Columbia, SC 29208

Assistant Coaches Chad Holborook Mark Calvi Sammy Esposito

MEdia Relations Contact: Nick Heidelberger Office: (931) 372-3293 Cell: N/A Fax: (931) 372-6139 E-Mail: heidelberger@tntech.edu

Team Information 2008 Record: 35-23-1 2008 Conf. Record: 13-14 2008 Conf. Finish: 5th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 18/12 Starters R/L: 5/4 Pitchers R/L: 6/3

Mailing Address PO BOX 5057 Cookeville, TN 38505

Assistant Coaches Larry Bragga Chris Cole Justin Hogan

Feb. 28 - March 1 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

USC Upstate

MEdia Relations Contact: Joe Guistina Office: (864) 503-5152 Cell: (864) 205-0625 Fax: (864) 503-5127 E-Mail: jguistina@uscupstate.edu

Team Information 2008 Record: 25-29 2008 Conf. Record: 17-16 2008 Conf. Finish: 5th/12 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 18/6 Starters R/L: 6/3 Pitchers R/L: 6/3

Mailing Address 800 University Way Spartanburg, SC 29303

Assistant Coaches Russell Triplett Grant Rembert Ryan Fecteau

May 6 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

Winthrop

Assistant Coaches Mike McGuire Kyle DiEduardo Jason Murray

Team Information 2008 Record: 26-34 2008 Conf. Record: 11-10 2008 Conf. Finish: 4th/9 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 17/3 Starters R/L: 11/4 Pitchers R/L: 7/8

MEdia Relations Contact: Wesley Herring Office: (803) 323-2129 ext. 6067 Cell: (843) 845-2817 Fax: (803) 323-2433 E-Mail: herringw@winthrop.edu Mailing Address Winthrop Coliseum 1162 Eden Terrace Rock Hill, SC 29733

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The Citadel Baseball

2009 Opponents/The Southern Conference General Information Location: Boone, N.C. Enrollment: 16,600 Colors: Black and Gold Nickname: Mountaineers Conference: Southern President: Dr. Kenneth Peacock AD: Charlie Cobb Home Field: Smith Stadium Capacity: 1,000 Press Box: TBA Website: GoASU.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Chris Pollard Overall Record: 239-233-1 Years: Nine School Record: 99-126-1 Years: Four Record vs. The Citadel: 5-7 Assistant Coaches Matt Boykin Josh Jordan Craig Scheffler

MEdia Relations Contact: Mike Flynn Office: (828) 262-2845 Cell: (828) 964-6406 Fax: (828) 262-6106 E-Mail: flynnmh@appstate.edu Mailing Address BOX 32116 Boone, NC 28608

Team Information 2008 Record: 32-27 2008 Conf. Record: 14-13 2008 Conf. Finish: 6th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 13/13 Starters R/L: 6/3 Pitchers R/L: 4/2

Appalachian State March 13-14-15 Boone, N.C. Smith Stadium

Series Information Overall: The Citadel leads, 67-23 Last The Citadel win: 9-6 on March 30, 2008 Last Appalachian State win: 14-6 on March 29, 2008 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 44-8 In Boone: The Citadel leads, 22-13 At neutral/unknown sites: Appalachian State leads, 2-1 General Information Location: Charleston, S.C. Enrollment: 11,088 Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Cougars Conference: Southern President: Dr. P. George Benson AD: Joe Hull Home Field: Patriots Point Field Capacity: 2,000 Press Box: (843) 953-9141 Website: CofCSports.com

Chris Pollard Head Coach

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Monte Lee Overall Record: 0-0 Years: First School Record: 0-0 Years: First Record vs. The Citadel: 0-0 Assistant Coaches Dan Roszel Chris Morris Brent Walsh

MEdia Relations Contact: Tony Ciuffo Office: (843) 953-5465 Cell: (843) 475-1139 Fax: 953-6534 E-Mail: ciuffo@cofc.edu Mailing Address 30 George Street Charleston, SC 29424

Team Information 2008 Record: 39-20 2008 Conf. Record: 19-8 2008 Conf. Finish: 2nd/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 16/13 Starters R/L: 4/5 Pitchers R/L: 2/5

College of Charleston April 7 l Mount Pleasant, S.C. Patriots Point Field May 14-15-16 l Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

Series Information Overall: The Citadel leads, 52-37 Last The Citadel win: 13-1 on March 11, 2008 Last Charleston win: 9-6 on April 27, 2008 At College Park/Riley Park: The Citadel leads, 20-15 At Remley’s Point/Patriots Point: Charleston leads, 12-11 At neutral/unknown sites: The Citadel leads, 12-11 General Information Location: Davidson, N.C. Enrollment: 1,700 Colors: Red and Black Nickname: Wildcats Conference: Southern President: Tom Ross AD: Jim Murphy Home Field: Wilson Field Capacity: 700 Press Box: (704) 894-2740 Website: DavidsonWildcats.com Series Information Overall: The Citadel leads, 108-56 Last The Citadel win: 12-7 on April 13, 2008 Last Davidson win: 6-4 on April 20, 2007 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 64-19 In Davidson: The Citadel leads, 44-37 At neutral/unknown sites: No meetings

Monte Lee Head Coach

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dick Cooke Overall Record: 358-597-1 Years: 19 School Record: 347-565-1 Years: 18 Record vs. The Citadel: 15-39 Assistant Coaches Mike Zandler Toby Bicknell Sean Lennox

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Isaac Harrow INF

MEdia Relations Contact: Lauren Biggers Office: (704) 894-2123 Cell: (704) 785-1218 Fax: (704) 894-2636 E-Mail: labiggers@davidson.edu Mailing Address BOX 7158 Davidson, NC 28035

Brandon Sizemore INF

Team Information 2008 Record: 12-38 2008 Conf. Record: 4-23 2008 Conf. Finish: 10th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 18/7 Starters R/L: 8/1 Pitchers R/L: 14/3

Davidson April 10-11-12 Davidson, N.C. Wilson Field

Dick Cooke Head Coach

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The Citadel Baseball 2009 Opponents/the Southern Conference General Information Location: Elon, N.C. Enrollment: 5,628 Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Phoenix Conference: Southern President: Dr. Leo Lambert AD: Dave Blank Home Field: Latham Park Capacity: 2,000 Press Box: (336) 278-6788 Website: elonphoenix.com

Elon March 6-7-8 Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

Mike Kennedy Head Coach

Cory Harrilchak OF/LHP

Furman May 7-8-10 Greenville, S.C. Latham Stadium

Ron Smith Head Coach

Reese Wade OF

Georgia Southern April 24-25-26 Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

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Coaching Staff Head Coach: Mike Kennedy Overall Record: 395-289-3 Years: 12 School Record: 395-289-3 Years: 12 Record vs. The Citadel: 11-9 Assistant Coaches Greg Starbuck Robbie Huffstetler

MEdia Relations Contact: Chris Rash Office: (336) 278-6712 Cell: (336) 263-4737 Fax: (336) 278-6768 E-Mail: crash@elon.edu

Team Information 2008 Record: 44-18 2008 Conf. Record: 19-8 2008 Conf. Finish: 1st/10 Postseason: Cary Regional Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 22/8 Starters R/L: 7/2 Pitchers R/L: 9/3

Mailing Address Campus Box 2500 Elon, NC 27244

Series Information Overall: Elon leads, 11-9 Last The Citadel win: 5-4 on March 15, 2008 Last Elon win: 8-7 on March 16, 2008 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 6-5 In Elon: Elon leads, 6-3 At neutral sites: No meetings General Information Location: Greenville, S.C. Enrollment: 2,630 Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Paladins Conference: Southern President: Dr. David Shi AD: Dr. Gary Clark Home Field: Latham Stadium Capacity: 2,000 Press Box: TBA Website: FurmanPaladins.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Ron Smith Overall Record: 373-440 Years: 15 School Record: 373-440 Years: 15 Record vs. The Citadel: 18-31 Assistant Coaches Britt Reames Jeff Whitfield

Series Information Overall: The Citadel leads, 121-87-2 Last The Citadel win: 5-2 on March 23, 2008 Last Furman win: 11-4 on March 21, 2008 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 62-42-1 In Greenville: The Citadel leads, 59-43-1 At neutral sites: Furman leads, 2-0 General Information Location: Statesboro, Ga. Enrollment: 17,764 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Eagles Conference: Southern President: Dr. Bruce Grube AD: Sam Baker Home Field: J.I. Clements Stadium Capacity: 3,000 Press Box: (912) 478-2508 Website: GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com Series Information Overall: Georgia Southern leads, 37-29 Last The Citadel win: 12-8 on May 3, 2008 Last Georgia Southern win: 6-5 on May 4, 2008 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 18-14 In Statesboro: Georgia Southern leads, 21-10 At neutral/unknown sites: Georgia Southern leads, 2-1

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rodney Hennon Overall Record: 409-254-1 Years: 11 School Record: 328-216 Years: Six Record vs. The Citadel: 18-20 Assistant Coaches Mike Tidick Jason Beverlin Dennis Dove

MEdia Relations Contact: Hunter Reid Office: (864) 294-2061 Cell: (864) 567-1663 Fax: (864) 294-3061 E-Mail: hunter.reid@furman.edu Mailing Address Sports Information Office Timmons Arena Furman University 3300 Poinsett Highway Greenville, SC 29613

MEdia Relations Contact: Patrick Osterman Office: (912) 478-0352 Cell: (912) 531-0926 Fax: (912) 478-0046 E-Mail: prosterman@georgiasouthern.edu Mailing Address PO BOX 8085 Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA 30460

Team Information 2008 Record: 33-24 2008 Conf. Record: 17-10 2008 Conf. Finish: 3rd/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 21/11 Starters R/L: 7/2 Pitchers R/L: 9/5

Team Information 2008 Record: 33-25 2008 Conf. Record: 16-11 2008 Conf. Finish: 4th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 19/12 Starters R/L: 5/4 Pitchers R/L: 6/8

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2009 Opponents/The Southern Conference General Information Location: Greensboro, N.C. Enrollment: 17,467 Colors: Gold, White and Navy Nickname: Spartans Conference: Southern Chancellor: Dr. Linda P. Brady AD: Nelson Bobb Home Field: UNCG Stadium Capacity: 3,500 Press Box: (336) 334-3885 Website: UNCGspartans.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach:Mike Gaski Overall Record: 558-431-1 Years: 18 School Record: 549-398-1 Years: 17 Record vs. The Citadel: 18-24 Assistant Coaches Chris Roberts Jamie Athas Justin Ijames

MEdia Relations Contact: David Percival Office: (336) 334-5615 Cell: (336) 420-7518 Fax: (336) 334-3182 E-Mail: drperciv@uncg.edu Mailing Address PO BOX 26168 301 HHP Building 1500 Walker Ave. Greensboro, NC 27402

Team Information 2008 Record: 33-27 2008 Conf. Record: 15-12 2008 Conf. Finish: 5th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 15/11 Starters R/L: 3/6 Pitchers R/L: 9/4

UNC Greensboro April 17-18-19 Greensboro, N.C. UNCG Stadium

Series Information Overall: The Citadel leads 24-18 Last The Citadel win: 8-7 on April 20, 2008 Last UNC Greensboro win: 9-3 on April 19, 2008 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 16-11 In Greensboro: The Citadel leads, 8-7 At neutral sites: No meetings General Information Location: Birmingham, Ala. Enrollment: 4,500 Colors: Red and Blue Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Southern President: Dr. Andrew Westmoreland AD: Bob Roller Home Field: Joe Lee Griffin Field Capacity: 1,000 Press Box: (205) 726-4167 Website: SamfordSports.com

Mike Gaski Head Coach

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Casey Dunn Overall Record: 119-112 Years: Four School Record: 119-112 Years: Four Record vs. The Citadel: 0-0 Assistant Coaches Tony David Mick Fieldbinder Rucker Taylor

MEdia Relations Contact: Joey Mullins Office: (205) 726-2799 Cell: (205) 532-3477 Fax: (205) 726-2545 E-Mail: jmmulli1@samford.edu Mailing Address 800 Lakeshore Drive Birmingham, AL 35229

Team Information 2008 Record: 33-23 2008 Conf. Record: 19-7 2008 Conf. Finish: 2nd/10 (OVC) Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 22-12 Starters R/L: 4/4 Pitchers R/L: 4/0

Samford May 1-2-3 Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

Series Information Overall: No meetings Last The Citadel win: N/A Last Samford win: N/A In Charleston: No meetings In Birmingham: No meetings At neutral sites: No meetings General Information Location: Cullowhee, N.C. Enrollment: 9,000 Colors: Purple and Gold Nickname: Catamounts Conference: Southern Chancellor: Dr. John W. Bardo AD: Chip Smith Home Field: Hennon Stadium Capacity: 1,500 Press Box: (828) 227-7020 Website: CatamountSports.com Series Information Overall: Western Carolina leads, 63-57 Last The Citadel win: 7-2 on May 23, 2007 Last Western Carolina win: 11-2 on May 10, 2008 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 34-31 In Cullowhee: Western Carolina leads, 30-23 At neutral sites: Western Carolina leads, 2-0

Casey Dunn Head Coach

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bobby Moranda Overall Record: 29-28 Years: One School Record: 29-28 Years: One Record vs. The Citadel: 3-0 Assistant Coaches Dave Haverstick Grant Achilles Alan Beck Bruce Johnson

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Greg Martin RHP

MEdia Relations Contact: Daniel Hooker Office: (828) 227-2339 Cell: (828) 508-2494 Fax: (828) 227-7688 E-Mail: dhooker@email.wcu.edu Mailing Address 2517 Ramsey Center Cullowhee, NC 28723

Jonathan Stephens RHP

Team Information 2008 Record: 29-28 2008 Conf. Record: 14-13 2008 Conf. Finish: 7th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 20/6 Starters R/L: 5/3 Pitchers R/L: 3/2

Western Carolina March 20-21-22 Cullowhee, N.C. Hennon Stadium

Bobby Moranda Head Coach

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Wofford April 3-4-5 Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park Charleston, S.C.

Todd Interdonato Head Coach

Michael Gilmartin INF/RHP

General Information Location: Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment: 1,400 Colors: Old Gold and Black Nickname: Terriers Conference: Southern President: Dr. Benjamin Dunlap AD: Richard Johnson Home Field: King Field Capacity: 2,500 Press Box: (864) 597-4478 Website: athletics.wofford.edu

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Todd Interdonato Overall Record: 24-35 Years: One School Record: 24-35 Years: One Record vs. The Citadel: 2-2 Assistant Coaches Dusty Blake Anthony Dillenger Chris Wiley

MEdia Relations Contact: Brent Williamson Office: (864) 597-4093 Cell: (864) 809-8900 Fax: (864) 597-4129 E-Mail: williamsondb@wofford.edu Mailing Address 429 North Church Street Spartanburg, SC 29303

Team Information 2008 Record: 24-35 2008 Conf. Record: 6-21 2008 Conf. Finish: 9th/10 Postseason: None Final Ranking: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 15/15 Starters R/L: 4/4 Pitchers R/L: 8/5

Series Information Overall: The Citadel leads, 43-38 Last The Citadel win: 18-2 on April 6, 2008 Last Wofford win: 8-4 on May 20, 2008 In Charleston: The Citadel leads, 22-11 In Spartanburg: The Citadel leads, 17-6 At neutral/unknown sites: Wofford leads, 21-4

Fred Jordan vs 2009 Opponents Opponent Games W L Last Meeting Air Force.................................................... FIRST MEETING........................................... Appalachian State......................... 52.................... 42..................10..........................2008 Charleston Southern..................... 43.................... 28..................15..........................2008 Coastal Carolina............................ 27.................... 11..................16..........................2008 College of Charleston.................... 55.................... 28..................27..........................2008 Davidson....................................... 49.................... 36..................13..........................2008 Elon...............................................19..................... 8...................11..........................2008 Furman.......................................... 57.................... 36..................21..........................2008 Georgia Southern.......................... 59.................... 27..................32..........................2008 Indiana State.................................. 1...................... 0....................1...........................2008 Marshall......................................... 18.................... 13...................5...........................1997 Mercer............................................ 1...................... 0....................1...........................2008 UNC Greensboro........................... 41.................... 24..................17..........................2008 Presbyterian................................... 4...................... 4....................0...........................2008 Quinnipiac................................................. FIRST MEETING........................................... Radford........................................... 3...................... 2....................1...........................1998 Samford..................................................... FIRST MEETING........................................... Savannah State.............................. 3...................... 2....................1...........................2007 South Carolina............................... 36..................... 8...................28..........................2008 Tennessee Tech.............................. 2...................... 1....................1...........................1997 USC Upstate.................................. 2...................... 2....................0...........................2008 Western Carolina........................... 59.................... 29..................30..........................2008 Winthrop........................................ 29.................... 13..................16..........................2008 Wofford.......................................... 44.................... 34..................10..........................2008

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2009 Opponents/The Southern Conference

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1954 Virginia Tech 1955 West Virginia 1956 George Washington 1957 George Washington 1958 Richmond/George Washington 1959 George Washington 1960 The Citadel/Richmond 1961 West Virginia 1962 West Virginia 1963 West Virginia 1964 West Virginia 1965 Furman 1966 East Carolina 1967 West Virginia 1968 East Carolina 1969 Furman 1970 East Carolina 1971 The Citadel/Furman 1972 Richmond 1973 Appalachian State 1974 East Carolina 1975 The Citadel 1976 Furman 1977 East Carolina 1978 Marshall 1979 The Citadel 1980 East Tennessee State 1981 East Tennessee State/Marshall/ Western Carolina 1982 The Citadel 1983 The Citadel 1984 Appalachian State (N)/Western Carolina (S) 1985 Appalachian State (N)/Davidson (S) 1986 Appalachian State (N)/Western Carolina (S) 1987 Appalachian State (N)/Western Carolina (S) 1988 VMI (N)/Western Carolina (S) 1989 Western Carolina 1990 The Citadel 1991 The Citadel 1992 Western Carolina 1993 Georgia Southern 1994 Western Carolina 1995 The Citadel 1996 Georgia Southern 1997 Georgia Southern/Western Carolina 1998 UNC Greensboro 1999 The Citadel 2000 The Citadel/Georgia Southern 2001 Georgia Southern 2002 The Citadel 2003 Western Carolina 2004 College of Charleston 2005 College of Charleston 2006 Elon 2007 College of Charleston/Western Carolina 2008 Elon

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The Southern Conference, which began its 88th season of intercollegiate competition in 2008, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984) and becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and alldistrict teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular sea-

son and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included including Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford.

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The Citadel Baseball 2009 Opponents/the Southern Conference Member Information Appalachian State

Located in Boone, N.C., near Winston-Salem, which has a population is 196,990... enrollment is 16,600... nickname is the Mountaineers... Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium (1,000).

John Iamarino Commissioner

Geoff Cabe Senior Associate Commissioner

Sue Arakas Assocaite Commissioner

Doug King Assocaite Commissioner

Mandi Copeland Director of Multimedia Services

Brandon Neff Director of Championships

Mike Mitchell SoCon Sports Properties

Jason Yaman Director of Media Relations

College of Charleston

Located in Charleston, S.C.... population is 107,845... enrollment is 11,617... nickname is the Cougars... Patriots Point Field (2,000).

The Citadel

Located in Charleston, S.C.... population is 107,845... enrollment is 2,086... nickname is the Bulldogs... Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park (6,000).

Davidson

Located in Davidson, N.C., on the outskirts of Charlotte... population is 630,478... enrollment is 1,700... nickname is the Wildcats... Wilson Field (700).

Elon

Located in Elon, N.C., on the outskirts of Raleigh/Durham... population is 356,321... enrollment is 5,628... nickname is the Phoenix... Latham Park (2,000).

Furman

Located in Greenville, S.C.... population is 95,675... enrollment is 2,630... nickname is the Paladins... Latham Stadium (2,000).

Georgia Southern

Located in Statesboro, Ga., just outside of Savannah... population is 127,889... enrollment is 17,764... nickname is the Eagles... J.I. Clements Stadium (3,000).

UNC Greensboro

Located in Greensboro, N.C.... population is 236,865... enrollment is 12,054... nickname is the Spartans... UNCG Baseball Stadium (3,500).

Samford

Located in Birmingham, Ala.... population is 229,424... enrollment is 4,500... nickname is the Bulldogs... Joe Lee Griffin Field (1,000).

Western Carolina

Located in Cullowhee, N.C., outside of Winston-Salem... population is 196,990... enrollment is 9,000... nickname is the Catamounts... Hennon Stadium (1,500).

Southern Conference Media Relations Staff Jason Yaman Director of Media Relations

(864) 591-5100 ext. 209 jyaman@socon.org

Jonathan Caskey Associate Director of Media Relations Baseball Contact

(864) 591-5100 ext. 207 jcaskey@socon.org

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Website: www.SoConSports.com

Mailing Address: 702 North Pine St. Spartanburg, SC 29303

Wofford

Located in Spartanburg, S.C.... population is 95,675... enrollment is 1,400... nickname is the Terriers... Russell C. King Field (2,500).

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After 19 successful seasons in Charleston, S.C., the Southern Conference Baseball Championship moves to Greenville, S.C., in 2009. The tournament will be held at Fluor Field at the West End in downtown Greenville and will be hosted by the Greenville Drive, the Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. The top eight teams in the SoCon regular season standings will qualify for the event, which features a modified double-elimination bracket designed to produce a one-game, single-elimination championship final. The tournament championship game will be televised live throughout the Southeast on SportSouth at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 24. First opened in April 2006, the 5,700-seat stadium was named as the 2006 Ballpark of the Year by Ballparks.com, earning the nod over a group of stadiums that included St. Louis’s Busch Stadium and Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State College, Pa. Modeled after Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, Fluor Field at the West End boasts its own “Green Monster,” a 30-foot high wall in left field, equipped with a manual scoreboard. The dimensions all around the outfield wall are to the same specifications as Fenway Park, including “Pesky’s Pole” in right field. The single-game tournament attendance record of 5,419 was set in 2003 for an opening round game between The Citadel and the College of Charleston. The all-tournament attendance record was set in 2004 when more than 35,000 fans attended Riley Park, an average of 2,343 per game. In 2008, Elon became the seventh different team in the past seven seasons to win the SoCon Tournament, defeating College of Charleston in the championship game and earning its first title. Following a one-year stop in Greenville, the tournament will return to Charleston’s Joe Riley Park for the 2010 event. The tournament’s winner secures the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.

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The Citadel Baseball 2009 Opponents/the Southern Conference Southern Conference Composite Schedule Feb. 20 (Friday) Jacksonville State vs. Appalachian State 3 p.m. (Forest City, N.C.) Ball State at Furman 4 p.m. Bowling Green at Western Carolina 4 p.m. Elon at Auburn 4 p.m. Kent State at UNC Greensboro 4 p.m. SIU-Edwardsville at Wofford 4 p.m. Indiana State at The Citadel 5 p.m. Miami (OH) at College of Charleston 5 p.m. Kennesaw State at Samford 6 p.m. Ohio at Davidson 7 p.m. Presbyterian at Georgia Southern 7 p.m. Feb. 21 (Saturday) Indiana State at The Citadel (DH) Noon Ball State at Furman (DH) 1 p.m. Kent State at UNC Greensboro 1 p.m. Miami (OH) at College of Charleston 1 p.m. Virginia Tech at Wofford (DH) 1 p.m. Bowling Green at Western Carolina 2 p.m. Jacksonville State vs. Appalachian State 2 p.m. (Forest City, N.C.) Kennesaw State at Samford 2 p.m. Presbyterian at Georgia Southern 2:30 p.m. Lafayette at Davidson (DH) 3:30 p.m. Elon at Auburn 4 p.m. Feb. 22 (Sunday) Indiana State at The Citadel Noon Miami (OH) at College of Charleston Noon Ball State at Furman 1 p.m. Bowling Green at Western Carolina 1 p.m. Jacksonville State vs. Appalachian State 1 p.m. (Forest City, N.C.) Kent State at UNC Greensboro 1 p.m. UNC Asheville at Wofford 1 p.m. Presbyterian at Georgia Southern 1:30 p.m. Elon at Auburn 2 p.m. Kennesaw State at Samford 2 p.m. Army at Davidson 4 p.m. Feb. 24 (Tuesday) College of Charleston at UNC Wilmington North Carolina Central at Davidson UNC Asheville at Furman Appalachian State at Wake Forest Georgia Tech at Georgia Southern

4 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Feb. 25 (Wednesday) Appalachian State at Gardner-Webb Georgia Tech at Georgia Southern North Carolina State at Elon UNC Greensboro at Campbell Wofford at Clemson

2 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m.

Feb. 26 (Thursday) Samford at Florida Gulf Coast USC Upstate at Wofford

4 p.m. 7 p.m.

Feb. 27 (Friday) Samford vs. South Florida Noon (FGCU Classic; Fort Myers, Fla.) College of Charleston vs. Oklahoma State 1 p.m. (Keith LeClair Classic; Greenville, N.C.) Radford at The Citadel 2:30 p.m. *Elon at Appalachian State 3 p.m. Princeton at UNC Greensboro 4 p.m. Ohio at Furman 5 p.m. Cincinnati at Davidson 6 p.m. Coppin State at Georgia Southern 7 p.m. Xavier at Wofford 7 p.m. Western Carolina at Southern California 9:30 p.m. Feb. 28 (Saturday) College of Charleston vs. St. John’s 11 a.m. (Keith LeClair Classic; Greenville, N.C.) Tennessee Tech at The Citadel 11 a.m. Ohio at Furman (DH) 1 p.m. Princeton at UNC Greensboro 1 p.m. *Elon at Appalachian State 2 p.m. Xavier at Wofford (DH) 2 p.m. Coppin State at Georgia Southern 2:30 p.m. Marshall at The Citadel 2:30 p.m.

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Pennsylvania at Davidson 3:30 p.m. Samford vs. Bethune-Cookman 8 p.m. (FGCU Classic; Fort Myers, Fla.) Western Carolina at Southern California 9 p.m. March 1 (Sunday) Samford vs. Boston College Noon (FGCU Classic; Fort Myers, Fla.) *Elon at Appalachian State 1 p.m. Ohio at Furman 1 p.m. Pennsylvania at Davidson 1 p.m. Princeton at UNC Greensboro 1 p.m. Xavier at Wofford 1 p.m. Coppin State at Georgia Southern 1:30 p.m. College of Charleston at East Carolina 2 p.m. (Keith LeClair Classic; Greenville, N.C.) Tennessee Tech at The Citadel 2:30 p.m. Georgetown at Davidson 4 p.m. Western Carolina at Southern California 4 p.m. March 3 (Tuesday) Appalachian State at North Carolina A&T Elon at High Point Winthrop at Georgia Southern Western Carolina at San Diego Xavier at College of Charleston Davidson at Auburn

3 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 4 (Wednesday) UNC Greensboro at Duke Wake Forest at Elon Charleston Southern at College of Charleston The Citadel at Coastal Carolina Charlotte at Furman Wofford at Georgia Davidson at Auburn Samford at Troy

3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 6 (Friday) *Appalachian State at Western Carolina 4 p.m. *Elon at The Citadel 6 p.m. *UNC Greensboro at Coll. of Charleston 6 p.m. *Furman at Davidson 7 p.m. Indiana at Georgia Southern 7 p.m. (Eagle Invitational) *Wofford at Samford 8 p.m. March 7 (Saturday) *UNC Greensboro at Coll. of Charleston 1 p.m. *Appalachian State at Western Carolina 2 p.m. *Elon at The Citadel 2 p.m. *Furman at Davidson 2 p.m. LeMoyne at Georgia Southern 2 p.m. (Eagle Invitational) *Wofford at Samford 3 p.m. March 8 (Sunday) *Elon at The Citadel 1 p.m. *Furman at Davidson 1 p.m. *UNC Greensboro at Coll. of Charleston 1 p.m. *Appalachian State at Western Carolina 2 p.m. *Wofford at Samford 2 p.m. East Carolina at Georgia Southern 3 p.m. (Eagle Invitational) March 9 (Monday) Furman at Charlotte LaSalle at Elon Quinnipiac at The Citadel

1 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.

March 10 (Tuesday) Appalachian State at North Carolina 3 p.m. East Tennessee State at Western Carolina 4 p.m. LaSalle at Elon 4 p.m. Quinnipiac at College of Charleston 5 p.m. Georgia Southern at Jacksonville 6 p.m. Yale at Davidson 6 p.m. Jacksonville State at Samford 7 p.m. March 11 (Wednesday) Old Dominion at UNC Greensboro Appalachian State at North Carolina Furman at Gardner-Webb Yale at Davidson

2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m.

Bethune-Cookman at Georgia Southern 6 p.m. Elon at Wake Forest 6 p.m. Mercer at The Citadel 6 p.m. Wofford at South Carolina 7 p.m. Samford at Alabama 7:35 p.m. March 13 (Friday) *The Citadel at Appalachian State 3 p.m. *Davidson at Elon 6 p.m. *Western Carolina at Coll. of Charleston 6 p.m. Fordham at Wofford 7 p.m. *Georgia Southern at UNC Greensboro 7 p.m. *Samford at Furman 7 p.m. March 14 (Saturday) *Davidson at Elon 1 p.m. *Western Carolina at Coll. of Charleston 1 p.m. *The Citadel at Appalachian State 2 p.m. Fordham at Wofford (DH) 2 p.m. *Georgia Southern at UNC Greensboro 2 p.m. *Samford at Furman 5 p.m. March 15 (Sunday) *The Citadel at Appalachian State *Davidson at Elon Fordham at Wofford *Georgia Southern at UNC Greensboro *Samford at Furman *Western Carolina at Coll. of Charleston

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

March 16 (Monday) Georgia Southern at North Carolina A&T 1 p.m. March 17 (Tuesday) Wake Forest at Appalachian State High Point at Western Carolina Samford at Belmont Lafayette at UNC Greensboro Mercer at College of Charleston Davidson at South Carolina

3 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 18 (Wednesday) Samford at Lipscomb 4 p.m. College of Charleston at Coastal Carolina 6 p.m. Georgia Southern at Winthrop 6 p.m. Lafayette at UNC Greensboro 6 p.m. UNC Asheville at Western Carolina 6 p.m. Elon at North Carolina State 6:30 p.m. Appalachian State at East Tennessee State 7 p.m. North Carolina A&T at Wofford 7 p.m. South Carolina at Furman 7 p.m. (Fluor Field) March 20 (Friday) *Georgia Southern at Appalachian State *The Citadel at Western Carolina *Furman at Elon Albany at UNC Greensboro *College of Charleston at Samford *Davidson at Wofford

3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 21 (Saturday) Albany at UNC Greensboro 2 p.m. *College of Charleston at Samford 2 p.m. *Georgia Southern at Appalachian State 2 p.m. *Davidson at Wofford 3 p.m. *Furman at Elon 4 p.m. *The Citadel at Western Carolina 6 p.m. March 22 (Sunday) Albany at UNC Greensboro 1 p.m. *Davidson at Wofford 1 p.m. *Furman at Elon 1 p.m. *Georgia Southern at Appalachian State 1 p.m. *College of Charleston at Samford 2 p.m. *The Citadel at Western Carolina 2 p.m. March 24 (Tuesday) Furman at Charleston Southern 2 p.m. North Carolina A&T at Appalachian State 3 p.m. Kennesaw State at Georgia Southern 6 p.m. Wake Forest at Davidson 6 p.m. Elon at Clemson 6:30 p.m. UNC Greensboro at North Carolina State 6:30 p.m.

Auburn at Samford 7 p.m. South Carolina at College of Charleston 7 p.m. Western Carolina at Tennessee 7 p.m. March 25 (Wednesday) The Citadel at Charleston Southern 2 p.m. Appalachian State at Radford 3 p.m. Davidson at Gardner-Webb 6 p.m. Georgia Southern at South Carolina 6 p.m. High Point at UNC Greensboro 6 p.m. Kennesaw State at Western Carolina 6 p.m. Wofford at USC Upstate 6 p.m. Elon at Clemson 6:30 p.m. Belmont at Samford 7 p.m. Presbyterian at Furman 7 p.m. March 26 (Thursday) Air Force at The Citadel

6 p.m.

March 27 (Friday) Air Force at The Citadel *Furman at College of Charleston *Appalachian State at Davidson *Elon at Georgia Southern *Samford at UNC Greensboro *Western Carolina at Wofford

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 28 (Saturday) *Furman at College of Charleston Air Force at The Citadel *Samford at UNC Greensboro *Elon at Georgia Southern *Western Carolina at Wofford *Appalachian State at Davidson

1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m.

March 29 (Sunday) Air Force at The Citadel *Appalachian State at Davidson *Furman at College of Charleston *Samford at UNC Greensboro *Western Carolina at Wofford *Elon at Georgia Southern

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

March 31 (Tuesday) Appalachian State at UNC Asheville 3 p.m. Coll. of Charleston at Charleston Southern 3 p.m. Elon at East Carolina 6 p.m. North Carolina A&T at UNC Greensboro 6 p.m. North Florida at Georgia Southern 6 p.m. South Carolina at The Citadel 7 p.m. Samford at UAB 7:30 p.m. April 1 (Wednesday) Wofford at North Carolina A&T High Point at Appalachian State Davidson at North Carolina UNC Greensboro at Wake Forest Winthrop at The Citadel Elon at Duke Furman at South Carolina UAB at Samford Western Carolina at UNC Asheville

3 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

April 2 (Thursday) BYU at Western Carolina

6 p.m.

April 3 (Friday) BYU at Western Carolina 6 p.m. *Appalachian State at Furman 7 p.m. *Coll. of Charleston at Georgia Southern 7 p.m. *Davidson at Samford 7 p.m. *UNC Greensboro at Elon 7 p.m. *Wofford at The Citadel 7 p.m. April 4 (Saturday) *Davidson at Samford 2 p.m. *Wofford at The Citadel 2 p.m. *Appalachian State at Furman 5 p.m. BYU at Western Carolina 6 p.m. *Coll. of Charleston at Georgia Southern 6 p.m. *UNC Greensboro at Elon 7 p.m.

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2009 Opponents/The Southern Conference Southern Conference Composite Schedule April 5 (Sunday) *Appalachian State at Furman 1 p.m. *Wofford at The Citadel 1 p.m. *Coll. of Charleston at Georgia Southern 1:30 p.m. *UNC Greensboro at Elon 1:30 p.m. *Davidson at Samford 2 p.m. April 6 (Monday) Elon at Old Dominion

5 p.m.

April 7 (Tuesday) The Citadel at College of Charleston 6 p.m. Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech 6 p.m. Western Carolina at Kennesaw State 6 p.m. Furman at Clemson 6:30 p.m. Appalachian State at Tennessee 7 p.m. Samford at Jacksonville State 7:30 p.m. April 8 (Wednesday) Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech Eastern Kentucky at Western Carolina College of Charleston at Mercer Charleston Southern at The Citadel Duke at UNC Greensboro Gardner-Webb at Davidson Furman at UNC Asheville Troy at Samford April 9 (Thursday) *UNC Greensboro at Wofford April 10 (Friday) Longwood at Furman *Georgia Southern at Western Carolina *College of Charleston at Elon *The Citadel at Davidson *UNC Greensboro at Wofford *Samford at Appalachian State April 11 (Saturday) Longwood at Furman (DH) *UNC Greensboro at Wofford *Samford at Appalachian State *Georgia Southern at Western Carolina *College of Charleston at Elon *The Citadel at Davidson

4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

7 p.m.

4 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Noon 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

April 12 (Sunday) *The Citadel at Davidson 1 p.m. *Samford at Appalachian State 1 p.m. *College of Charleston at Elon 1:30 p.m. *Georgia Southern at Western Carolina 2 p.m. April 14 (Tuesday) Savannah State at The Citadel College of Charleston at South Carolina Clemson at Western Carolina Duke at Davidson East Tennessee State at Appalachian State Elon at UNC Wilmington Georgia Southern at North Florida Georgia State at Samford Wofford at North Carolina State

4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

April 15 (Wednesday) Furman at Presbyterian 3 p.m. Old Dominion at Elon 5 p.m. Gardner-Webb at Appalachian State 6 p.m. Jacksonville at Georgia Southern 6 p.m. UNC Wilmington at Coll. of Charleston 6 p.m. Wake Forest at UNC Greensboro 6 p.m. Western Carolina at Clemson 6:30 p.m. Alabama at Samford 7 p.m. The Citadel at South Carolina 7 p.m. Wofford at Duke 7 p.m. April 17 (Friday) *Appalachian State at College of Charleston *Furman at Wofford *Samford at Western Carolina *The Citadel at UNC Greensboro *Davidson at Georgia Southern North Carolina Central at Elon

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

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April 18 (Saturday) *Appalachian State at College of Charleston 1 p.m. *The Citadel at UNC Greensboro 2 p.m. *Davidson at Georgia Southern 2:30 p.m. *Furman at Wofford 3 p.m. *Samford at Western Carolina 6 p.m. North Carolina Central at Elon 7 p.m. April 19 (Sunday) *Appalachian State at College of Charleston 1 p.m. *The Citadel at UNC Greensboro 1 p.m. *Furman at Wofford 1 p.m. *Samford at Western Carolina 1 p.m. *Davidson at Georgia Southern 1:30 p.m. UNC Wilmington at Elon 2 p.m. April 21 (Tuesday) Wofford at Presbyterian 3 p.m. Davidson at Radford 3:30 p.m. Charleston Southern at Georgia Southern 6 p.m. Elon at East Carolina 6 p.m. North Carolina A&T at Appalachian State 6 p.m. North Carolina State at UNC Greensboro 6 p.m. Western Carolina at Georgia Tech 6 p.m. Gardner-Webb at Furman 7 p.m. Samford at Auburn 7 p.m. April 22 (Wednesday) College of Charleston at Coastal Carolina Appalachian State at High Point Charleston Southern at Furman The Citadel at Winthrop North Carolina A&T at Davidson Duke at Elon Presbyterian at Wofford

5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

April 24 (Friday) College of Charleston at UNC Asheville *Georgia Southern at The Citadel *Elon at Samford *UNC Greensboro at Davidson *Western Carolina at Furman *Wofford at Appalachian State

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

April 25 (Saturday) College of Charleston at UNC Asheville (DH) 1 p.m. *Elon at Samford 2 p.m. *Georgia Southern at The Citadel 2 p.m. *UNC Greensboro at Davidson 2 p.m. *Wofford at Appalachian State 4:30 p.m. *Western Carolina at Furman 5 p.m. April 26 (Sunday) *Georgia Southern at The Citadel *UNC Greensboro at Davidson *Western Carolina at Furman *Wofford at Appalachian State *Elon at Samford

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

April 28 (Tuesday) Coastal Carolina at College of Charleston 5 p.m. Davidson at Wake Forest 6 p.m. North Carolina A&T at UNC Greensboro 6 p.m. Western Carolina at Charlotte 6 p.m. East Carolina at Elon 7 p.m. Radford at Appalachian State 7 p.m. April 29 (Wednesday) Georgia Southern at Kennesaw State UNC Greensboro at High Point Alabama A&M at Samford UNC Asheville at Appalachian State

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

April 30 (Thursday) North Carolina Central at Appalachian State 4 p.m. May 1 (Friday) *Davidson at College of Charleston *Samford at The Citadel *Western Carolina at UNC Greensboro *Wofford at Elon

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

May 2 (Saturday) *Davidson at College of Charleston 1 p.m. *Furman at Georgia Southern (DH) 1:30 p.m. *Samford at The Citadel 2 p.m. *Western Carolina at UNC Greensboro 2 p.m. *Wofford at Elon 7 p.m. May 3 (Sunday) *Davidson at College of Charleston 1 p.m. *Samford at The Citadel 1 p.m. *Western Carolina at UNC Greensboro 1 p.m. *Wofford at Elon 1 p.m. *Furman at Georgia Southern 1:30 p.m. May 5 (Tuesday) Presbyterian at The Citadel Samford at Georgia State Campbell at UNC Greensboro Charleston Southern at Coll. of Charleston Elon at North Carolina Davidson at Duke May 6 (Wednesday) Coll. of Charleston at Charleston Southern USC Upstate at The Citadel Clemson at Furman (Fluor Field) South Carolina at Wofford

4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

3 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

May 7 (Thursday) *The Citadel at Furman

7 p.m.

May 8 (Friday) *The Citadel at Furman *Elon at Western Carolina *Appalachian State at UNC Greensboro *College of Charleston at Wofford

3 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

May 9 (Saturday) *Appalachian State at UNC Greensboro *Georgia Southern at Samford (DH) *College of Charleston at Wofford *Elon at Western Carolina

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m.

May 10 (Sunday) *Appalachian State at UNC Greensboro *College of Charleston at Wofford *Elon at Western Carolina *Georgia Southern at Samford *The Citadel at Furman

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m.

May 11 (Monday) North Carolina A&T at Elon

4 p.m.

May 17 (Sunday) *Wofford at Georgia Southern

1:30 p.m.

May 20 (Wednesday) SoCon Tournament at Greenville, S.C. Game 1: #2 Seed vs. #7 Seed Game 2: #3 Seed vs. #6 Seed Game 3: #1 Seed vs. #8 Seed Game 4: #4 Seed vs. #5 Seed

9 a.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 p.m.

May 21 (Thursday) SoCon Tournament at Greenville, S.C. Game 5: Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2 Game 6: Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4 Game 7: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2 Game 8: Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4

9 a.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 p.m.

May 22 (Friday) SoCon Tournament at Greenville, S.C. Game 9: Winner Game 5 vs. Loser Game 7 Game 10: Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 8

3 p.m. 7 p.m.

May 23 (Saturday) SoCon Tournament at Greenville, S.C. Game 11: Winner Game 8 vs. Winner Game 9 Game 12: Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 10 Game 13: Winner Game 11 vs. Loser Game 11^ Game 14: Winner Game 12 vs. Loser Game 12^

9 a.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 p.m.

May 24 (Sunday) SoCon Tournament at Greenville, S.C. Championship Game (TV - SportSouth) 2 p.m. * - Southern Conference game ^ - If necessary

May 12 (Tuesday) The Citadel at Presbyterian 3 p.m. East Tennessee State at Western Carolina 6 p.m. Appalachian State at North Carolina State 7 p.m. Georgia Southern at Auburn 7 p.m. High Point at Elon 7 p.m. College of Charleston at Clemson 7:15 p.m. May 13 (Wednesday) UNC Asheville at UNC Greensboro Western Carolina at High Point

6 p.m. 6 p.m.

May 14 (Thursday) *College of Charleston at The Citadel Longwood at Appalachian State *UNC Greensboro at Furman *Western Carolina at Davidson

6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

May 15 (Friday) Longwood at Appalachian State (DH) *College of Charleston at The Citadel *Western Carolina at Davidson *UNC Greensboro at Furman *Wofford at Georgia Southern

2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

May 16 (Saturday) *Western Carolina at Davidson 11 a.m. *College of Charleston at The Citadel 1 p.m. *UNC Greensboro at Furman 1 p.m. *Wofford at Georgia Southern 2:30 p.m.

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2008 In Review

The Baseball 2008 inCitadel review Chris Swauger Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 26th Round of the MLB Draft Chris Swauger was chosen in the 26th round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on June 6 as the 2008 graduate of The Citadel was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals. Swauger became the fifth player in the past four years to be drafted from The Citadel. Swauger was picked by the Cardinals with the 785th pick overall. Since 1979, Swauger becomes the sixth player in school history to be drafted by the Cardinals organization. St. Louis has drafted more players from The Citadel than any other MLB organization with Atlanta, Boston, Cleveland, Florida, Oakland and San Diego all tied for second with two Bulldog players drafted. Swauger Records 300th career hit Chris Swauger became only the second player in school history and only the seventh in Southern Conference history to record 300 career hits when he laced a leadoff double in the first inning at No. 15 Coastal Carolina on Wednesday, April 30, 2008 in Conway. Swauger finished his career second only to Philip Hartig’s 360 career hits at The Citadel, a mark that is also the conference record. Not So Fast, My Friend! Opponents beware on the base paths - The Citadel held the national and Southern Confernece lead in pickoffs with 28. Western Carolina was close behind with 24 pickoffs while Campbell was tied with the Catamounts. The top five schools in pickoffs nationally last season all reside in the Carolinas. Pickoff Leaders 1. The Citadel 2. Western Carolina 2. Campbell 4. William & Mary 5. North Carolina 6. VMI 7. Florida State 8. Richmond

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By The Numbers

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Career win as a head coach at any level Fred Jordan earned in The Citadel’s 9-6 win over Appalachian State on March 30, 2008. Average RPI of The Citadel’s opponents over the last six weeks of the season, marking one of the toughest stretches of schedule for any team in the nation.

Consecutive innings pitched by Wes Wrenn in 2008 without allowing a single walk.

28

The number of pickoffs by The Citadel pitching staff in 2008, which led the nation.

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Consecutive batters retired by Drew Mahaffey in his three-plus appearances in April and early May. That streak included six strikeouts.

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Different pitchers who were named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week, a first for the program.

big baseball fan, hit batting practice and then talked to the team for several minutes.

Joining “the Long Gray Line” Costner hit both left and right handed off former assistant coach Stuart Lake, On May 3, 2008, four members of The Citadel Baseball team joined “The Long ripping two balls off the outfield wall at The Citadel’s practice park. Gray Line” as they walked across the stage at McAlister Field House in order to receive their diplomas. “I hate to tell you but all of your coaches are old men,” said Costner. “As old men, all they can do is give advice. They can’t play for you. The coaches are Matt Arnold, Conrad Kellahan, Timmy Martin and Chris Swauger were in their coaches but they can’t perform. Go out and seize the moment. Do what’s salt and pepper uniforms with full regalia as they became four of the chosen fun.” few to graduate from The Military College of South Carolina. Costner has starred in several baseball movies including Bull Durham, For With the team playing a three-game Southern Conference series at Georgia Love of the Game and Field of Dreams. Costner was in Charleston filming a Southern that weekend, the quartet traveled back to Charleston following the movie and was on nearby Moultrie Street, next to College Park. Friday, May 2 game at Georgia Southern in order to participate in commencement exerices. They then headed back to Stateboro, Ga. on Saturday, May 3 Wrenn’s Non-Walk Streak Ends for the 6 p.m. game against the Eagles in which the Bulldogs won, 12-8. Wes Wrenn’s had an impressive streak come to a close on Saturday, March 29, 2008 against Appalachian State when he walked David Rubinstein with Mahaffey Retires 12 Straight two outs in the first inning. That brought to a close a streak of 29.2 consecutive Drew Mahaffey made the most of his three-plus appearances in April and early innings pitched where the junior RHP had not walked a batter. The last time he May, retiring 12 consecutive batters he had faced. To go along with that streak, walked a batter was the seventh inning of The Citadel’s Feb. 24 game against Mahaffey struck out six of those 12 batters he had retired, including all five bat- Delaware. ters he faced in 1.2 innings pitched at No. 29 UNC Wilmington on April 15. Wrenn’s efficiency was highlighted on March 22 against Furman where he Chris Swauger, Chris McGuiness Earn ESPN The Magazine Ac- gathered his second win of the season and became the first Southern Conferademic All-District Honors, Swauger Named Academic All- ence pitcher to throw a nine-inning complete game in2008. Wrenn only thew America 100 pitches in that game against the Paladins. Chris Swauger and Chris McGuiness were named to the ESPN The Magazine All-District III baseball team while Swauger was named to the Academic All- Standard Bearers America team as voted on and announced by the College Sports Information One of the pleasant aspects of the 2008 regular season was the effectiveness Directors of America (CoSIDA). Swauger earned first team honors Academic of The Citadel pitching staff. The Citadel fielded one of the top pitching staffs in All-District and Second Team All-America honors while McGuiness was named the Southern Conference in 2008. Second Team All-District. Category SoCon Rank Numbers Swauger graduated from The Citadel with a business administration degree ERA 1st 5.17 after earning straight As throughout college with the exception of one B. The Runs Allowed 1st 330 Tampa, Fla. native led the Bulldogs in many offensive categories last season Runners Picked Off 1st 28 and is second in the school’s all-time charts in hits, total bases and doubles and Home Runs Allowed 1st 37 holds the school record in triples. Earned Runs Allowed 2nd 287 Walks Allowed 2nd 206 Meanwhile McGuiness posted an impressive 3.97 GPA during his sophomore Triples Allowed 3rd 7 season while starting at first base all but five games last year. In those five games, McGuiness was the starting pitcher. Simonelli Injured In The Citadel’s March 21 game against Furman, sophomore Matt Simonelli Kevin Costner Joins The Citadel Baseball for Batting Practice was sidelined after getting hit by a pitch on his left hand in the first inning. SiThe Citadel Baseball team had a distinguished guest join the Bulldogs as ac- monelli, who saw action in 38 games in 2007 and was the starting centerfielder tor Kevin Costner hit batting practice on April 18 at College Park. Costner, a early in 2008, suffered a broken hand and redshirted the season.

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The Citadel Baseball 2008 in review Important Dates in 2008

2008 Record Breakdown

Feb. 22 - Inclement weather in the Charleston area keeps The Citadel from opening the 2008 season on schedule. The opening game with Delaware, the start of a four-game series, gets canceled.

Total..............................................................................28-28 Conference...................................................................12-15 Non-Conference...........................................................16-13 Home............................................................................22-15 Away...............................................................................6-13 Neutral..............................................................................0-0 Day...............................................................................23-14 Night...............................................................................5-14 vs Left.............................................................................10-4 vs Right........................................................................18-24 1-Run games....................................................................7-6 2-Run games....................................................................3-2 5+Run games...............................................................12-12 Extra innings.....................................................................3-3 Shutouts...........................................................................2-0 Scoring 0-2 runs.............................................................2-10 Scoring 3-5 runs.............................................................6-12 Scoring 6-9 runs...............................................................9-5 Scoring 10+ runs............................................................ 11-1 Opponent 0-2 runs.........................................................13-0 Opponent 3-5 runs...........................................................7-7 Opponent 6-9 runs.........................................................8-12 Opponent 10+ runs...........................................................0-9 Scored in 1st inning........................................................13-6 Scores first.....................................................................20-7 Opponent scores first.....................................................8-21 After 6 leading................................................................23-2 After 6 trailing.................................................................1-22 After 6 tied........................................................................4-4 After 7 leading................................................................23-1 After 7 trailing.................................................................1-24 After 7 tied........................................................................4-3 After 8 leading................................................................24-0 After 8 trailing.................................................................0-26 After 8 tied........................................................................4-2 Hit 0 home runs..............................................................6-13 Hit 1 home run................................................................13-9 Hit 2+ home runs..............................................................9-6 Opponent 0 home runs.................................................20-12 Opponent 1 home run......................................................7-9 Opponent 2+ HRs.............................................................1-7 Made 0 errors................................................................. 11-7 Made 1 error.....................................................................9-7 Made 2+ errors...............................................................8-14 Opponent made 0 errors..................................................6-9 Opponent made 1 error..................................................8-13 Opponent made 2+ errors..............................................14-6 Out-hit opponent.............................................................16-5 Out-hit by opponent........................................................9-20 Hits are tied......................................................................3-3 Monday.............................................................................0-0 Tuesday............................................................................4-5 Wednesday.......................................................................3-5 Thursday..........................................................................1-0 Friday...............................................................................3-6 Saturday.........................................................................10-5 Sunday.............................................................................5-6 In White w/Navy Shoulders..............................................6-5 In Citadel Blue..................................................................7-6 In Navy w/ Block “Citadel”................................................6-2 In White Pinstripes...........................................................4-6 In Gray Pinstripes.............................................................3-3 In Navy w/cursive gray “Bulldogs”....................................2-5 In Navy with Logo.............................................................0-1

Feb. 23 - In the second game of a doubleheader, The Citadel gets its first win of the season behind a dominating performance by freshman Asher Wojciechowski. Following his nine strikeout performance, “Wojo” is named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week. March 1 - The Citadel, joined by the University of Louisville, unveils a permanent memorial to the “Charleston 9” on the outfield wall at Riley Park. The Citadel goes on to upset the 23rd-ranked Cardinals, 1-0, in 10 innings. March 3 - Matt Reifsnider earns Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week accolades following a weekend when he recorded two wins and one save in 4.1 innings pitched, not allowing any runs to score. It was the first time the Bulldogs have earned back-to-back SoCon Pitcher of the Week honors since 1999. March 11 - The Citadel pitching dominates one of the nation’s most potent offenses at Riley Park as the Bulldogs defeated the College of Charleston, 13-1, in a non-conference game. Asher Wojciechowski tied a career-high nine strikeouts. March 17 - Matt Crim becomes the third Bulldog to earn SoCon Pitcher of the Week honors following his 6.0-inning performance when he struck out five and did not allow an earned run in The Citadel’s 5-4 win at Elon. March 21 - A wild pitch strikes Matt Simonelli’s left hand, breaking a bone and forcing the sophomore to redshirt the season. Simonelli had started every game in centerfield to that point. March 22 - Wes Wrenn becomes the first Southern Conference pitcher to throw a nine-inning complete game in 2008 in The Citadel’s 10-1 win over Furman. March 29 - Wes Wrenn’s streak of 29.2 innings pitched, which began on Feb. 24 against Delaware, comes to a close in the first inning. March 30 - The Citadel defeats Appalachian State, 9-6, as Bulldogs head coach Fred Jordan records his 800th career victory as a head coach on any level. April 1 - The Citadel hosts No. 6 South Carolina at Riley Park in front of 4,895 fans, the eighth largest crowd to watch the Bulldogs play at home. April 12 - Wes Wrenn throws 6.1 innings of no-hit ball in a 7.0-inning performance against Davidson, allowing only one run and striking out four. That performance earned him SoCon Pitcher of the Week accolades on April 14, becoming the third Bulldog to earn the honor in 2008. April 15 - Freshman Drew Mahaffey enters late in the game at No. 29 UNC Wilmington and strikes out all five batters he faces. That starts a streak of 12 straight batters Mahaffey will retire. April 17 - The Citadel gets a distinguished guest at their practice at College Park as actor Kevin Costner spoke to the team and hit batting practice, driving two balls off the outfield wall. Costner hit both right and left handed. April 30 - Chris Swauger becomes only the second player in school history to record 300 career hits, lacing a double in the first inning at No. 15 Coastal Carolina. May 3 - Matt Arnold, Conrad Kellahan, Timmy Martin and Chris Swauger all join “The Long Gray Line” as they participate in commencement exercises at McAlister Field House. May 7 - Chris Swauger scores four runs in The Citadel’s 14-7 win at Winthrop, becoming the first Bulldog since 2005 to score four runs in a game. May 13 - Chris Swauger and Chris McGuiness are named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Team. May 17 - The Citadel closes out the regular season with a series sweep over Presbyterian, guaranteeing the Bulldogs will finish .500 or better for the 13th time in 14 seasons. May 19 - Sonny Meade and Chris Swauger are named All-Southern Conference by the coaches and media. May 20 - The Citadel falls in the opening round game of the SoCon Tournament to Wofford, 8-4, in a stop-and-go affair that spanned more than five and a half hours due to inclement weather in Charleston. Time of game lasted only 2:45 but two separate lightning delays forced a game that started at 5:44 p.m. to not end until after 11 p.m. May 27 - Trey Thomas is awarded the Coleman Lew Leadership Award, one of 21 Southern Conference student-athletes to be honored. May 27 - Chris Swauger is named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Second Team. June 6 - Chris Swauger is selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 26th round of the Major League Baseball Amateur draft.

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Individual Hitting

Player AVG GP-GS 22 Sonny Meade .393 56-56 8 Chris Swauger .360 56-56 11 Matt Simonelli .281 16-16 18 Richard Jones .281 56-55 24 Chris McGuiness .276 55-55 13 Matt Reifsnider .265 19-17 5 Matt Arnold .263 56-56 3 Bryan Altman .260 56-54 6 Sid Fallaw .258 32-29 12 Kyle Jordan .245 56-55 1 Trey Thomas .220 26-12 7 Brad Felder .171 35-24 2 Conrad Kellahan .167 29-12 -------------32 Brian Shubsda .176 18-7 27 Aaron Johnson .111 10-0 31 J. Dangerfield .000 3-0 Totals Opponents

AB 229 214 57 221 196 68 213 223 97 200 41 82 48

R 49 59 13 34 41 11 32 32 8 29 3 16 11

34 9 2

2 1 0

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 90 16 0 5 46 121 .528 77 18 2 10 35 129 .603 16 6 0 1 3 25 .439 62 12 1 11 44 109 .493 54 11 0 10 41 95 .485 18 2 0 2 12 26 .382 56 9 3 5 39 86 .404 58 10 0 5 35 83 .372 25 3 0 1 8 31 .320 49 13 0 7 37 83 .415 9 2 0 0 4 11 .268 14 2 1 1 4 21 .256 8 0 1 0 3 10 .208 6 1 0

1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

2 3 0

7 1 0

BB HBP 24 0 51 3 5 6 21 5 42 6 3 2 24 2 15 4 8 7 11 3 5 3 9 0 11 1

.206 .111 .000

2 3 0

0 0 0

SO GDP OB% 25 6 .438 35 3 .485 6 2 .397 58 3 .352 29 3 .413 15 0 .315 27 6 .335 32 6 .314 13 4 .351 65 2 .294 5 0 .333 20 2 .253 16 1 .333 10 5 0

2 0 0

SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 7 3 3-3 122 4 5 .962 2 1 3-8 101 4 0 1.000 0 2 2-3 32 2 0 1.000 3 0 2-2 203 24 5 .978 3 0 1-3 489 30 1 .998 0 0 0-0 51 11 1 .984 6 3 6-7 43 116 17 .903 3 6 2-5 121 166 13 .957 2 1 0-1 153 17 1 .994 0 8 0-1 85 153 17 .933 2 2 0-1 20 2 0 1.000 0 2 4-6 45 0 4 .918 0 3 0-0 3 10 1 .929

.216 1 .333 0 .000 0

1 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

17 0 1

2 0 4

1 .950 0 .000 0 1.000

.281 56-56 1934 341 543 105 8 58 316 838 .433 234 42 361 40 .366 29 32 23-40 1500 651 78 .965 .301 56-56 1985 330 598 125 7 37 294 848 .427 206 33 363 35 .373 22 41 45-60 1475 600 73 .966

LOB - Team (457), Opp (457). DPs turned - Team (50), Opp (49). CI - Team (0), Opp (2). IBB - Team (12), Swauger 4, R. Jones 3, Meade 2, Fallaw 1, Altman 1, McGuiness 1, Opp (6). Picked off - Swauger 4, Felder 1, Arnold 1.

Individual Pitching

Player ERA W-L APP GS 9 A. Wojciechowski 4.50 5-1 14 12 21 Brett Bull 4.50 2-1 16 1 15 Wes Wrenn 4.66 5-5 14 13 4 Matt Crim 4.85 6-6 14 13 13 Matt Reifsnider 4.93 4-5 33 0 25 R. Copenhaver 5.16 1-3 36 0 23 Timmy Martin 5.35 2-0 16 1 16 Matt Talley 6.33 2-4 15 9 24 Chris McGuiness 6.97 0-3 6 6 -------------1 Trey Thomas 0.00 0-0 2 0 28 Drew Mahaffey 4.82 0-0 8 1 17 Nick Sprowls 6.28 1-0 14 0 10 Chris Boyce 7.78 0-0 17 0 Totals Opponents

CG SHO/CBO SV 0 0/1 0 0 0/0 0 1 0/0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0/2 9 0 0/2 0 0 0/0 1 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0

IP H R ER 76.0 70 41 38 32.0 31 18 16 87.0 102 46 45 72.1 93 55 39 45.2 58 27 25 45.1 53 31 26 33.2 45 21 20 42.2 60 34 30 20.2 28 18 16

BB 40 21 24 24 22 16 4 23 8

SO 78 24 48 58 40 28 15 26 14

0 0 2 1 5 5 3 10 14 10 12 6 20 17 7 15

2B 3B HR AB B/Avg 16 1 5 288 .243 7 1 2 118 .263 29 1 9 334 .305 13 2 2 296 .314 7 0 5 187 .310 11 0 4 177 .299 8 0 2 142 .317 14 1 6 174 .345 6 0 0 89 .315

0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0 1.1 2 0 9.1 6 0 14.1 20 0 19.2 30

0 3 5 6

0 1 0 0

0 0 1 1

6 32 59 83

.333 .188 .339 .361

5.17 28-28 56 56 1 5.45 28-28 56 56 2

2/2 0/0

10 500.0 598 330 287 206 363 125 7 37 1985 .301 8 491.2 543 341 298 234 361 105 8 58 1934 .281

WP HBP 10 6 6 2 5 5 2 6 4 1 4 6 1 4 5 1 2 2

BK 2 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0

SFA SHA 1 4 2 0 2 10 3 6 0 7 1 3 1 2 3 3 3 1

0 0 4 5

0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1

0 1 2 3

0 1 2 2

48 33 41 42

9 8

22 29

41 32

PB - Team (7), R. Jones 4, Fallaw 2, Shubsda 1, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (28), Talley 9, Copenhaver 7, Wojciechowski 4, Wrenn 3, Boyce 1, Reifsnider 1, Fallaw 1, Bull 1, Crim 1, Opp (6). SBA/ATT - R. Jones (28-36), Fallaw (17-22), Wojciechowski (7-11), Wrenn (4-9), Crim (7-9), Copenhaver (8-8), Reifsnider (6-6), T. Martin (3-4), Bull (2-3), Boyce (2-3), Talley (2-3), McGuiness (2-2), Thomas (1-1), Sprowls (1-1).

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3 49 41

4 43 34

5 46 31

6 38 42

7 44 40

8 32 34

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The2009 Citadel Baseball

The Citadel Baseball 2008 in review 2008 Results Date Opposing team Score Feb. 23 DELAWARE 2-7 L Feb. 23 DELAWARE W 12-0 Feb. 24 DELAWARE 4-6 L Feb. 27 UNC WILMINGTON W 3-1 Feb. 29 NORTH CAROLINA A&T # W 2-1 March 1 NO. 23 LOUISVILLE # W 1-0 March 2 NORTH CAROLINA STATE # 3-4 L March 4 USC UPSTATE W 10-1 March 5 USC UPSTATE W 4-3 March 8 EVANSVILLE % W 13-8 March 8 WRIGHT STATE % W 6-4 March 9 UNC ASHEVILLE % W 13-7 March 11 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON W 13-1 March 12 INDIANA STATE 3-4 L March 14 at Elon* 2-7 L March 15 at Elon* W 5-4 March 16 at Elon* 7-8 L March 18 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN W 5-3 March 21 FURMAN* 4-11 L March 22 FURMAN* W 10-1 March 23 FURMAN* W 5-2 March 25 NO. 18 COASTAL CAROLINA 1-5 L March 26 WINTHROP 6-11 L March 28 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 6-5 March 29 APPALACHIAN STATE* 6-14 L March 30 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 9-6 April 1 NO. 6 SOUTH CAROLINA 4-7 L April 2 at Mercer 5-9 L April 5 at Wofford* W 6-2 April 6 at Wofford* W 18-2 April 6 at Wofford* 5-6 L April 8 at Charleston Southern W 7-4 April 11 DAVIDSON* W 9-3 April 12 DAVIDSON* W 9-1 April 13 DAVIDSON* W 12-7 April 15 at No. 29 UNC Wilmington 6-16 L April 16 at No. 23 East Carolina 3-4 L April 18 UNC GREENSBORO* 1-3 L April 19 UNC GREENSBORO* 3-9 L April 20 UNC GREENSBORO* W 8-7 April 25 at College of Charleston* 2-12 L April 26 at College of Charleston* 1-4 L April 27 at College of Charleston* 6-9 L April 30 at No. 15 Coastal Carolina 1-9 L May 2 at Georgia Southern* 13-17 L May 3 at Georgia Southern* W 12-8 May 4 at Georgia Southern* 5-6 L May 7 at Winthrop W 14-7 May 9 WESTERN CAROLINA* 3-11 L May 10 WESTERN CAROLINA* 2-5 L May 10 WESTERN CAROLINA* 2-11 L May 13 at No.18 South Carolina 2-10 L May 15 PRESBYTERIAN W 3-2 May 16 PRESBYTERIAN W 9-6 May 17 PRESBYTERIAN W 11-1 May 20 WOFFORD $ 4-8 L

r-h-e 2-5-0 12-12-0 4-12-1 3-7-1 2-9-2 1-5-0 3-7-1 10-11-1 4-13-2 13-14-3 6-9-0 13-12-4 13-11-0 3-7-2 2-8-1 5-10-1 7-13-0 5-8-0 4-7-4 10-14-0 5-11-1 1-4-3 6-10-3 6-6-0 6-9-1 9-11-2 4-9-1 5-9-3 6-11-1 18-16-1 5-9-0 7-12-0 9-13-1 9-12-2 12-13-1 6-10-2 3-10-3 1-10-2 3-11-0 8-12-1 2-7-4 1-5-0 6-10-2 1-5-1 13-16-4 12-14-0 5-12-3 14-15-0 3-6-0 2-6-1 2-6-4 2-6-0 3-7-3 9-5-2 11-12-0 4-9-3

r-h-e Inns Overall SoCon 7-12-1 9 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-3-3 9 1-1-0 0-0-0 6-7-0 9 1-2-0 0-0-0 1-7-0 9 2-2-0 0-0-0 1-4-2 (10) 3-2-0 0-0-0 0-7-0 (10) 4-2-0 0-0-0 4-9-0 9 4-3-0 0-0-0 1-8-3 9 5-3-0 0-0-0 3-9-1 (12) 6-3-0 0-0-0 8-9-1 9 7-3-0 0-0-0 4-9-2 9 8-3-0 0-0-0 7-11-2 9 9-3-0 0-0-0 1-5-1 9 10-3-0 0-0-0 4-7-0 9 10-4-0 0-0-0 7-14-0 9 10-5-0 0-1-0 4-14-1 9 11-5-0 1-1-0 8-11-3 9 11-6-0 1-2-0 3-15-3 9 12-6-0 1-2-0 11-17-1 9 12-7-0 1-3-0 1-9-1 9 13-7-0 2-3-0 2-4-3 9 14-7-0 3-3-0 5-7-1 9 14-8-0 3-3-0 11-14-1 9 14-9-0 3-3-0 5-8-2 9 15-9-0 4-3-0 14-17-2 9 15-10-0 4-4-0 6-12-1 9 16-10-0 5-4-0 7-9-2 9 16-11-0 5-4-0 9-13-1 9 16-12-0 5-4-0 2-8-3 9 17-12-0 6-4-0 2-11-2 9 18-12-0 7-4-0 6-13-2 (10) 18-13-0 7-5-0 4-11-2 9 19-13-0 7-5-0 3-10-4 9 20-13-0 8-5-0 1-3-1 9 21-13-0 9-5-0 7-9-0 9 22-13-0 10-5-0 16-18-5 9 22-14-0 10-5-0 4-10-1 (10) 22-15-0 10-5-0 3-9-1 9 22-16-0 10-6-0 9-10-1 9 22-17-0 10-7-0 7-15-0 9 23-17-0 11-7-0 12-11-1 9 23-18-0 11-8-0 4-12-1 9 23-19-0 11-9-0 9-14-1 9 23-20-0 11-10-0 9-12-0 9 23-21-0 11-10-0 17-19-0 9 23-22-0 11-11-0 8-15-1 9 24-22-0 12-11-0 6-10-1 9 24-23-0 12-12-0 7-15-2 9 25-23-0 12-12-0 11-18-0 9 25-24-0 12-13-0 5-11-0 (10) 25-25-0 12-14-0 11-13-3 9 25-26-0 12-15-0 10-10-0 9 25-27-0 12-15-0 2-10-0 9 26-27-0 12-15-0 6-8-2 9 27-27-0 12-15-0 1-9-0 9 28-27-0 12-15-0 8-13-1 9 28-28-0 12-15-0

Pitcher of Record Att. Time Crim (L 0-1) - 3:33 Wojciechowsk (W 1-0) 953 2:57 Talley (L 0-1) 785 3:04 Sprowls (W 1-0) 402 2:56 Reifsnider (W 1-0) 511 3:00 Reifsnider (W 2-0) 1697 3:07 Wrenn (L 0-1) 1458 2:36 T. Martin (W 1-0) 377 2:40 Reifsnider (W 3-0) 409 3:30 Crim (W 1-1) 407 3:20 Wrenn (W 1-1) 370 2:42 Copenhaver (W 1-0) 652 3:06 Wojciechowsk (W 2-0) 2545 2:52 McGuiness (L 0-1) 540 2:42 Wrenn (L 1-2) 619 2:40 Crim (W 2-1) 551 2:55 Copenhaver (L 1-1) 504 3:06 TMartin (W 2-0) 937 2:57 Crim (L 2-2) 784 2:56 Wrenn (W 2-2) 1173 2:41 Wojciechowsk (W 3-0) 881 2:46 Talley (L 0-2) 873 2:33 McGuiness (L 0-2) 692 3:35 Crim (W 3-2) 705 3:01 Wrenn (L 2-3) 722 3:26 Wojciechowsk (W 4-0) 472 3:30 Copenhaver (L 1-2) 4895 3:15 Bull (L 0-1) 213 2:45 Crim (W 4-2) 131 3:22 Wrenn (W 3-3) - 2:51 Reifsnider (L 3-1) 413 3:05 Talley (W 1-2) 277 2:50 Crim (W 5-2) 1257 2:22 Wrenn (W 4-3) 817 2:34 Bull (W 1-1) 871 2:45 Talley (L 1-3) 422 2:48 Reifsnider (L 3-2) 2718 3:18 Crim (L 5-3) 777 2:29 Wrenn (L 4-4) 898 2:54 Reifsnider (W 4-2) 861 3:02 Crim (L 5-4) 1115 2:33 Wrenn (L 4-5) 1043 2:20 Reifsnider (L 4-3) 817 3:14 McGuiness (L 0-3) 815 2:37 Crim (L 5-5) 1762 3:39 Wrenn (W 5-5) 1734 3:21 Reifsnider (L 4-4) 1719 3:12 Bull (W 2-1) 776 3:49 Crim (L 5-6) 704 2:55 Reifsnider (L 4-5) - 2:46 Wojciechowsk (L 4-1) 722 3:10 Talley (L 1-4) 5037 2:28 Wojciechowsk (W 5-1) 714 2:15 Crim (W 6-6) 591 2:41 Talley (W 2-4) 859 2:37 Copenhaver (L 1-3) 1533 2:45

* - Southern Conference game $ - Southern Conference Tournament # - Charleston Firefighter Memorial Challenge presented by the Charleston Crab House % - The Citadel Shootout () extra inning game

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The Baseball 2008 inCitadel review 2008 Miscellaneous statistics MULTIPLE HIT GAMES No. Name 22 Sonny Meade 8 Chris Swauger 18 Richard Jones 5 Matt Arnold 3 Bryan Altman 24 Chris McGuiness 12 Kyle Jordan 6 Sid Fallaw 13 Matt Reifsnider 11 Matt Simonelli 7 Brad Felder 32 Brian Shubsda 1 Trey Thomas 2 Conrad Kellahan TEAM

2 3 13 9 17 6 14 3 15 2 11 3 7 5 7 5 3 2 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 95 40

4 1 - 2 - - - - - - - - - - - 3

5+ Total 3 26 1 24 - 19 - 17 - 14 - 12 - 12 - 5 - 4 - 4 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 1 4 142

MULTIPLE RBI GAMES No. Name 18 Richard Jones 5 Matt Arnold 12 Kyle Jordan 22 Sonny Meade 24 Chris McGuiness 3 Bryan Altman 8 Chris Swauger 13 Matt Reifsnider 27 Aaron Johnson 2 Conrad Kellahan TEAM

2 3 5 5 7 2 7 1 5 2 3 4 5 2 5 1 3 - 1 - 1 - 42 17

4 1 2 - - 1 1 1 1 - - 7

5+ Total - 11 - 11 1 9 2 9 1 9 - 8 - 7 - 4 - 1 - 1 4 70

HITTING STREAKS No. Name Longest Current 8 Chris Swauger 14 4 3 Bryan Altman 10 2 22 Sonny Meade 9 7 13 Matt Reifsnider 8 24 Chris McGuiness 8 5 Matt Arnold 6 6 6 Sid Fallaw 5 1 7 Brad Felder 5 11 Matt Simonelli 5 18 Richard Jones 5 12 Kyle Jordan 4 2 Conrad Kellahan 2 32 Brian Shubsda 2 1 Trey Thomas 2 1 27 Aaron Johnson 1 -

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2008 Home Runs No. Player Gm# Date Opponent Pitcher On Base Inn Outs Count Score Final 1. Fallaw 2 Feb 23 Delaware Crispell 0... 2 2 3-1 0-0 W, 12-0 2. Altman 2 Feb 23 Delaware Crispell .1.. 4 0 2-2 1-0 W, 12-0 3. Swauger 2 Feb 23 Delaware Dalsey .1.. 7 0 0-0 4-0 W, 12-0 4. Arnold 2 Feb 23 Delaware Ulaky ...3 8 2 0-0 8-0 W, 12-0 5. McGuiness 3 Feb 24 Delaware Rorick ...3 6 2 1-1 0-6 L, 4-6 6. Meade 5 Feb 29 N.C. A&T Johnson,T. 0... 6 1 2-1 0-1 W, 2-1 7. Meade 8 March 4 USC Upstate Oliver 0... 3 2 3-2 1-0 W, 10-1 8. Simonelli 8 March 4 USC Upstate Oliver 0... 4 2 0-1 3-0 W, 10-1 9. Swauger 8 March 4 USC Upstate O’Neill ..2. 8 2 2-0 7-1 W, 10-1 10. Meade 9 March 5 USC Upstate Hayes 0... 8 1 1-2 1-2 W, 4-3 11. Jones, R. 10 March 8 Evansville Netherton ..2. 3 2 0-1 7-5 W, 13-8 12. Jones, R. 11 March 8 Wright State DeWeese .1.. 1 1 0-0 1-0 W, 6-4 13. Swauger 12 March 9 UNC Asheville Harrington 0... 1 1 1-2 0-0 W, 13-7 14. Altman 12 March 9 UNC Asheville Harrington ..2. 1 2 1-0 1-0 W, 13-7 15. McGuiness 12 March 9 UNC Asheville Harrington 0... 3 1 0-0 4-0 W, 13-7 16. Jones, R. 12 March 9 UNC Asheville Waters, D. ..2. 5 2 2-2 9-4 W, 13-7 * 0... 6 0 2-1 8-1 W, 13-1 17. Jones, R. 13 March 11 College of Charleston Tiegs 0... 6 1 1-2 9-1 W, 13-1 18. Altman 13 March 11 College of Charleston Tiegs 19. Arnold 15 March 14 at Elon Hensley 0... 5 1 2-2 0-1 L, 2-7 20. McGuiness 15 March 14 at Elon Hensley * 0... 7 0 1-2 1-5 L, 2-7 21. Arnold 16 March 15 at Elon Lewter * 0... 7 0 1-0 3-2 W, 5-4 22. Jordan 17 March 16 at Elon Britt 0... 8 1 1-1 5-8 L, 7-8 23. Swauger 21 March 23 Furman Karow 0... 8 2 1-1 4-2 W, 5-2 24. Reifsnider 23 March 26 Winthrop Carbonell .1.. 4 1 1-2 1-6 L, 6-11 25. Jordan 24 March 28 Appalachian State Dowdy 0... 4 2 3-2 3-1 W, 6-5 26. Felder 25 March 29 Appalachian State Andress * 0... 4 0 1-1 3-6 L, 6-14 27. McGuiness 25 March 29 Appalachian State Andress .1.. 7 1 2-1 4-9 L, 6-14 28. Altman 29 April 5 at Wofford Summers .1.. 5 1 1-1 1-2 W, 6-2 29. Jones, R. 30 April 6 at Wofford Austin 0... 2 1 1-1 0-0 W, 18-2 30. Altman 30 April 6 at Wofford Austin .1.. 7 0 3-2 7-1 W, 18-2 31. Jordan 31 April 6 at Wofford Gilmartin 0... 9 1 0-1 4-5 L, 5-6 32. Jones, R. 32 April 8 at Chas. Southern Roberts, B. * 0... 6 0 3-2 6-2 W, 7-4 33. Meade 33 April 11 Davidson Middour 0... 4 2 0-0 4-2 W, 9-3 34. McGuiness 35 April 13 Davidson Sliwiak .1.. 5 0 3-1 7-7 W, 12-7 35. Reifsnider 37 April 16 at East Carolina Holder .1.. 5 2 3-1 1-1 L, 3-4 36. Swauger 39 April 19 UNC Greensboro McCall * 0... 3 0 1-1 1-0 L, 3-9 37. McGuiness 40 April 20 UNC Greensboro Smith, G. ..2. 1 1 2-1 0-0 W, 8-7 38. Swauger 40 April 20 UNC Greensboro Smith, G. .1.. 2 2 2-2 3-0 W, 8-7 8 0 0-0 1-10 L, 2-12 39. Swauger 41 April 25 at College of Charleston Goldberg, J. * 0... .1.. 7 1 1-0 3-3 L, 6-9 40. Arnold 43 April 27 at College of Charleston Meszaros at Georiga Southern Murray .1.. 6 2 0-0 5-13 L, 13-17 41. Jones, R. 45 May 2 at Georgia Southern Strohecker ..2. 7 2 1-0 9-17 L, 13-17 42. Meade 45 May 2 at Georgia Southern Kamppi .1.. 6 1 0-0 4-2 W, 12-8 43. Jordan 46 May 3 at Georgia Southern Kamppi ...3 6 2 2-1 6-2 W, 12-8 44. McGuiness 46 May 3 at Georgia Southern Franzago .1.. 7 0 1-0 10-5 W, 12-8 45. Jordan 46 May 3 at Georgia Southern Moye 0... 4 1 0-0 0-4 L, 5-6 46. Jones, R. 47 May 4 at Georgia Southern Nation ..2. 9 0 0-2 2-5 L, 5-6 47. Jones, R. 47 May 4 48. McGuiness 48 May 7 at Winthrop Yoder, D. .1.. 3 0 3-1 2-3 W, 14-7 49. Jones, R. 48 May 7 at Winthrop Yoder, D. .1.. 5 0 1-0 4-3 W, 14-7 50. McGuiness 49 May 9 Western Carolina Tavernier 0... 2 1 0-0 0-1 L, 3-11 51. Arnold 49 May 9 Western Carolina Tavernier * 0... 5 0 1-1 2-6 L, 3-11 52. Jones, R. 50 May 10 Western Carolina Saberhagen 0... 7 1 0-0 0-2 L, 2-5 53. McGuiness 50 May 10 Western Carolina Saberhagen 0... 7 1 0-1 1-2 L, 2-5 54. Jordan 52 May 13 at South Carolina Dyson .1.. 3 0 1-2 0-6 L, 2-10 55. Swauger 53 May 15 Presbyterian Hammond .1.. 3 2 0-1 0-2 W, 3-2 56. Swauger 54 May 16 Presbyterian Cockerham .1.. 5 0 3-2 4-0 W, 9-6 57. Jordan 55 May 17 Presbyterian Snipes .1.. 4 1 0-1 3-0 W, 11-1 58. Swauger 55 May 17 Presbyterian Snipes 0... 4 1 0-1 5-0 W, 11-1 * - leadoff homerun

The2009 Citadel Baseball

The Citadel Baseball 2008 in review 2008 Superlatives Team Game Highs Individual Game Highs Batting Category

Highs

Opponent (Last Time)

Batting Date

Category

Highs

Player vs. Opponent (Last Time)

Date

At Bats

44

Twice (at Wofford [1])

April 6, 2008

At Bats

6

Eight games

April 6, 2008

Runs Scored

18

at Wofford [1]

April 6, 2008

Runs Scored

4

Three times (Chris Swauger at Winthrop)

May 7, 2008

Hits

16

Twice (at Georgia Southern)

May 2, 2008

Hits

5

Four games (Sonny Meade at Winthrop)

May 7, 2008

RBI

16

at Wofford [1]

April 6, 2008

RBI

6

Sonny Meade at Georgia Southern)

May 2, 2008

Doubles

5

Three times (vs. UNC Greensboro)

April 20, 2008

Doubles

3

Sonny Meade at Winthrop

May 17, 2008

Triples

1

Eight games (Conrad Kellahan vs. Presbyterian)

Triples

1

Eight times (vs. Presbyterian)

Home Runs

4

Twice (vs. UNC Asheville)

Total Bases

27

at Wofford [1]

Walks

11

vs. USC Upstate

Strikeouts

12

vs. No. 6 South Carolina

Sacrifice Hits

3

vs. Prebsyterian

Sacrifice Flies

3

Twice (at Winthrop)

Stolen Bases

4

vs. Presbyterian

May 7, 2008 May 18, 2008

March 9, 2008

Home Runs

2

Twice (R. Jones at Georgia Southern)

May 4, 2008

April 6, 2008

Total Bases

10

Twice (Kyle Jordan at Georgia Southern)

May 3, 2008

Walks

4

Chris McGuiness vs. USC Upstate

Strikeouts

4

Twice (C. Kellahan vs. Western Carolina)

May 9, 2008

Sacrifice Hits

1

32 games (Kyle Jordan vs. Presbyterian)

May 18, 2008 March 28, 2008

March 4, 2008 April 1, 2008 May 17, 2008 May 7, 2008

Sacrifice Flies

2

Twice (Matt Arnold vs. Appalachian State)

May 16, 2008

Stolen Bases

2

Matt Arnold vs. Presbyterian

March 4, 2008

May 16, 2008

Hit By Pitch

4

vs. Evansville

March 8, 2008

Hit By Pitch

2

Sid Fallaw vs. Evansville

Caught Stealing

2

vs. North Carolina A&T

Feb. 29, 2008

Caught Stealing

1

17 games (Bryan Altman vs. Presbyterian)

May 15, 2008

Runners LOB

15

vs. USC Upstate

March 4, 2008

Runners LOB

5

Five games (Chris McGuiness vs. Presbyterian)

May 17, 2008

Hit into DP

3

Four times (vs. UNC Greensboro)

April 18, 2008

Fielding

Fielding Category

Highs

Opponent (Last Time)

Putouts

36

vs. USC Upstate

Assists

19

vs. Western Carolina

March 8, 2008

Date

Category

Highs

Player vs. Opponent (Last Time)

Date

March 5, 2008

Putouts

16

Chris McGuiness vs. N.C. State

March 2, 2008

May 9, 2008

Assists

8

Bryan Altman vs. Louisville

March 1, 2008

Errors

5

Four times (vs. Western Carolina [2])

May 10, 2008

Errors

3

Matt Arnold vs. Western Carolina

May 10, 2008

Passed Balls

1

Seven times (at No. 15 Coastal Carolina)

April 30, 2008

Passed Balls

1

Seven games (Richard Jones at Coastal Carolina)

April 30, 2008

DPs Turned

3

Three times (vs. Presbyterian)

May 15, 2008

Pitching

Pitching Category

Highs

Opponent (Last Time) vs. USC Upstate

Date

Innings Pitched

12.0

March 5, 2008

Runs Allowed

17

at Georgia Southern

Earned Runs

17

at Georgia Southern

Walks Allowed

10

vs. Evansville

March 8, 2008

Highs

Player vs. Opponent (Last Time)

9.0

May 2, 2008

Runs Allowed

10

Matt Crim at College of Charleston

April 25, 2008

May 2, 2008

Earned Runs

8

Twice (Matt Talley at UNC Wilmington)

April 15, 2008

Walks Allowed

6

Twice (Asher Wojciechowski at College of Charleston)

April 27, 2008

Strikeouts

10

Asher Wojciechowski at Wofford [2]

April 6, 2008

Hits Allowed

11

Wes Wrenn at College of Charleston

April 26, 2008

Doubles Allowed

4

Three times (Wes Wrenn vs. Western Carolina)

May 10, 2008

Triples Allowed

2

Matt Crim at College of Charleston

April 25, 2008

Homers Allowed

3

Wes Wrenn at Georgia Southern

Wild Pitches

3

Matt Talley vs. UNC Asheville

Hit Batters

2

Twice (Raymond Copenhaver vs. Western Carolina)

Strikeouts

15

at Wofford [1]

April 6, 2008

19

at Georgia Southern

May 2, 2008

Doubles Allwoed

5

Five times (at Winthrop)

May 7, 2008

Triples Allowed

2

at College of Charleston

April 25, 2008

HRs Allowed

5

at College of Charleston

April 27, 2008

Wild Pitches

4

at Winthrop

May 7, 2008

Hit Batters

3

vs. Western Carolina

May 9, 2008

Wes Wrenn vs. Furman

Date

Innings Pitched

Hits Allowed

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The Baseball 2008 inCitadel review 2008 Southern Conference Statistics Record: 12-15 Home: 8-7 Away: 4-8 SoCon: 12-15

Individual Hitting

Player AVG GP-GS 22 Sonny Meade .400 27-27 5 Matt Arnold .340 27-27 8 Chris Swauger .327 27-27 18 Richard Jones .306 27-27 12 Kyle Jordan .281 27-27 24 Chris McGuiness .276 27-27 6 Sid Fallaw .269 15-14 3 Bryan Altman .255 27-25 7 Brad Felder .173 21-15 -------------11 Matt Simonelli .455 4-4 1 Trey Thomas .250 10-4 13 Matt Reifsnider .231 7-7 32 Brian Shubsda .200 10-5 27 Aaron Johnson .200 5-0 2 Conrad Kellahan .160 11-7 31 J. Dangerfield .000 2-0 Totals Opponents

AB 110 103 107 108 96 105 52 110 52

R 27 15 26 19 18 23 4 16 10

11 12 26 25 5 25 2

2 1 5 1 1 3 0

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 44 8 0 2 17 58 35 5 1 4 21 54 35 9 0 4 15 56 33 7 1 5 24 57 27 9 0 5 20 51 29 6 0 7 25 56 14 2 0 0 4 16 28 5 0 2 15 39 9 2 1 1 1 16 5 3 6 5 1 4 0

1 1 0 1 0 0 0

.293 27-27 949 171 278 56 .324 27-27 977 181 317 69

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 3 5 2 2 1 0

6 4 6 6 1 4 0

SLG% .527 .524 .523 .528 .531 .533 .308 .355 .308

BB HBP 12 0 10 2 20 1 13 2 6 2 17 2 5 2 2 1 5 0

.545 .333 .231 .240 .200 .160 .000

3 30 157 430 .453 4 22 158 460 .471

1 2 2 0 1 2 0

SO GDP OB% 11 3 .444 9 5 .402 20 0 .431 27 2 .387 29 2 .337 17 1 .387 6 2 .350 14 3 .270 10 1 .246

2 0 1 0 0 1 0

0 3 6 7 3 11 0

1 0 0 1 0 1 0

.571 .333 .310 .192 .333 .250 .000

SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 4 2 2-2 64 2 4 .943 2 1 3-4 24 63 8 .916 2 1 0-4 54 3 0 1.000 1 0 0-0 71 12 2 .976 0 2 0-0 41 73 6 .950 0 0 0-1 264 17 0 1.000 1 1 0-0 81 6 0 1.000 2 3 1-2 50 70 6 .952 0 1 2-4 27 0 2 .931 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 1 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

7 10 2 8 0 2 0

1 0 4 2 0 5 2

0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .857 1 .909 0 .000 1 .875 0 1.000

98 16 173 22 .364 14 14 8-17 714 317 37 .965 94 18 156 11 .390 10 19 26-32 711 306 36 .966

LOB - Team (209), Opp (223). DPs turned - Team (19), Opp (28). IBB - Team (6), Swauger 3, R. Jones 2, Fallaw 1, Opp (3). Picked off - Swauger 2, Felder 1, Arnold 1.

Individual Pitching

Player ERA W-L APP GS 15 Wes Wrenn 4.88 4-4 9 9 25 R. Copenhaver 5.87 0-1 17 0 13 Matt Reifsnider 6.20 1-4 14 0 4 Matt Crim 6.23 4-5 10 9 9 A. Wojciechowski 6.48 2-1 9 9 -------------1 Trey Thomas 0.00 0-0 2 0 17 Nick Sprowls 3.86 0-0 4 0 16 Matt Talley 6.23 0-0 3 0 23 Timmy Martin 6.52 0-0 4 0 21 Brett Bull 8.22 1-0 5 0 10 Chris Boyce 8.31 0-0 7 0 28 Drew Mahaffey 10.80 0-0 3 0 Totals Opponents

CG SHO/CBO SV 1 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 4 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0

IP H R ER 59.0 72 32 32 23.0 28 17 15 20.1 32 16 14 47.2 74 45 33 50.0 59 39 36

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1.1 4.2 4.1 9.2 7.2 8.2 1.2

6.01 12-15 27 27 1 5.77 15-12 27 27 2

0/0 0/0

5 238.0 317 181 159 94 156 69 3 237.0 278 171 152 98 173 56

2 6 8 13 7 15 1

0 2 3 7 9 9 2

0 2 3 7 7 8 2

BB 20 4 12 13 27

SO 34 11 15 33 42

2 1 1 0 9 3 2

1 2 0 5 5 7 1

2B 3B HR AB B/Avg 21 1 6 232 .310 8 0 3 92 .304 3 0 3 90 .356 11 2 2 204 .363 16 0 4 201 .294 0 1 1 3 2 3 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 2 1 0 1 0

6 18 21 42 27 38 6

.333 .333 .381 .310 .259 .395 .167

4 22 977 .324 3 30 949 .293

WP HBP 4 3 2 4 1 1 2 4 8 5

BK 0 2 1 1 2

SFA SHA 1 6 0 0 0 3 3 6 1 3

0 2 0 0 4 4 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 1 0

0 0 1 0 2 2 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0

27 18 18 16

8 7

10 14

19 14

PB - Team (4), Fallaw 2, R. Jones 1, Shubsda 1, Opp (4). Pickoffs - Team (16), Copenhaver 5, Wojciechowski 4, Wrenn 3, Bull 1, Boyce 1, Crim 1, Talley 1, Opp (4). SBA/ATT - R. Jones (15-18), Fallaw (11-13), Wojciechowski (6-10), Crim (7-8), Wrenn (3-4), Reifsnider (2-2), Boyce (2-2), Copenhaver (2-2), Thomas (1-1), Bull (1-1), Sprowls (1-1), T. Martin (1-1).

Score by innings Team The Citadel Opponents

120

120

1 20 14

2 21 20

3 27 18

4 14 21

5 23 16

6 17 33

7 31 26

8 11 14

9 EX Total 7 0 171 15 4 181

The2009 Citadel Baseball

The Citadel Baseball 2008 in review 2008 Southern Conference In Review 2008 Southern Conference Standings SoCon Overall Team W L T Pct W L T Pct Elon 19 8 0 .704 43 16 0 .729 College of Charleston 18 9 0 .667 39 20 0 .661 Furman 17 10 0 .630 33 24 0 .579 Georgia Southern 16 11 0 .593 33 25 0 .569 UNC Greensboro 15 12 0 .556 33 27 0 .550 Appalachian State 14 13 0 .519 32 27 0 .542 Western Carolina 14 13 0 .519 29 28 0 .509 The Citadel 12 15 0 .444 28 28 0 .500 Wofford 6 21 0 .222 24 35 0 .407 Davidson 4 23 0 .148 12 38 0 .240

Team AVG G AB R Georgia Southern .346 58 2173 595 College of Charleston .334 59 2148 627 Elon .319 62 2138 545 Appalachian State .314 59 2128 478 Western Carolina .310 57 2038 462 UNC Greensboro .304 60 2111 444 Furman .300 57 1968 392 Wofford .292 59 2009 370 The Citadel .281 56 1934 341 Davidson .264 50 1726 276 TOTAL .308 577 20373 4530

2008 Southern Conference Tournament Results May 20 (Tuesday) Western Carolina 11, Davidson 0 Wofford 8, The Citadel 4

May 23 (Friday) Furman 13, Appalachian State 12 UNC Greensboro 12, Georgia Southern 9

May 21 (Wednesday) College of Charleston 5, Western Carolina 4 Furman 10, Appalachian State 8 Elon 21, Wofford 12 Georgia Southern 21, UNC Greensboro 9

May 24 (Saturday) College of Charleston 12, Furman 11 Elon 12, UNC Greensboro 4

May 22 (Thursday) Appalachian State 10, Western Carolina 5 UNC Greensboro 14, Wofford 5 College of Charleston 12, Furman 8 Elon 16, Georgia Southern 5

May 25 (Sunday) Elon 17, College of Charleston 8

Team Batting

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 751 154 11 114 543 1269 .584 302 80 409 37 .437 37 31 108-133 1539 646 71 .969 717 161 18 130 589 1304 .607 328 80 434 35 .436 23 51 75-98 1570 599 87 .961 682 135 24 80 495 1105 .517 330 105 443 35 .428 35 41 155-196 1649 599 91 .961 669 117 14 69 426 1021 .480 261 49 335 47 .399 18 22 51-74 1548 622 64 .971 631 135 10 76 409 1014 .498 279 84 400 32 .409 27 35 105-130 1514 620 107 .952 641 131 18 66 413 1006 .477 286 65 384 25 .397 38 37 66-84 1608 644 80 .966 591 107 13 38 344 838 .426 220 49 398 29 .380 26 51 77-94 1497 605 81 .963 586 129 13 74 333 963 .479 222 71 429 31 .378 24 14 69-93 1490 556 92 .957 543 105 8 58 316 838 .433 234 42 361 40 .366 29 32 23-40 1500 651 78 .965 456 89 6 30 252 647 .375 224 42 420 19 .360 12 33 45-63 1296 549 108 .945 6267 1263 135 735 4120 10005 .491 2686 667 4013 330 .401 269 347 774-1005 15211 6091 859 .961

Team ERA W-L G CG SHO/CBO SV The Citadel 5.17 28-28 56 1 2/2 10 Furman 5.34 33-24 57 0 0/0 13 Elon 5.53 44-18 62 2 2/1 12 UNC Greensboro 6.13 33-27 60 0 1/1 12 Appalachian State 6.14 32-27 59 1 2/1 12 Western Carolina 6.33 29-28 57 1 1/1 8 College of Charleston 6.40 39-20 59 2 1/1 18 Georgia Southern 7.04 33-25 58 0 0/0 8 Wofford 7.16 24-35 59 3 2/0 7 Davidson 8.46 12-38 50 0 0/0 5 Total 6.33 307-270 577 10 11/7 105

Team Pitching

IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 500.0 598 330 287 206 363 126 7 37 499.0 578 371 296 196 394 98 17 65 549.2 627 411 338 290 467 97 15 71 536.0 657 431 365 285 411 125 13 69 516.0 611 411 352 233 446 121 15 59 504.2 585 428 355 229 432 111 16 81 523.1 633 446 372 260 480 119 6 74 513.0 678 446 401 239 405 116 10 87 496.2 617 465 395 286 390 136 12 72 432.0 633 484 406 239 244 148 6 59 5070.1 6217 4223 3567 2463 4032 1197 117 674

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 1985 .301 48 33 9 22 41 1996 .290 39 43 12 27 28 2205 .284 55 64 11 17 34 2138 .307 47 58 12 25 44 2073 .295 61 62 11 25 28 2007 .291 41 82 14 23 38 2124 .298 71 68 2 17 31 2125 .319 61 80 8 22 32 2021 .305 30 61 9 32 42 1847 .343 50 82 10 30 34 20521 .303 503 633 98 240 352

2008 Coaches All-Southern Conference Honors Player of the Year - Jeremie Tice, College of Charleston Pitcher of the Year - Steven Hensley, Elon

2008 All-SoCon Team

First Team C – Blake Murphy, Western Carolina 1B – Michael Harrington, College of Charleston 2B – Brandon Sizemore, College of Charleston 3B – Jeremie Tice, College of Charleston SS – Jason Altenhof, Appalachian State OF – Chris Shehan, Georgia Southern OF – Cory Harrilchak, Elon OF – Chris Swauger, The Citadel DH – Ty Wright, Georgia Southern SP – Jay Jackson, Furman SP – Steven Hensley, Elon RP – Tom Girdwood, Elon

Freshman of the Year - Tom Girdwood, Elon Coach of the Year - Mike Kennedy, Elon

Second Team C – Griffin Benedict, Georgia Southern 1B – Ricky Orton, UNC Greensboro 2B – Nick Liles, Western Carolina 3B – AJ Wirnsberger, Georgia Southern SS – Michael Gilmartin, Wofford OF – Sonny Meade, The Citadel OF – David Rubenstein, Appalachian State OF – David Richardson, Georgia Southern Gabe Marchant, College of Charleston DH – Reese Wade, Furman SP – Greg Martin, UNC Greensboro SP – Matt Andress, Appalachian State RP – Nick Karow, Furman

2008 SoCon All-Tournament Team C – Dallas Tarleton, Elon 1B – Jay Jackson, Furman 2B – Tim Carrier, UNC Greensboro 3B – Bennett Davis, Elon SS – Chase Austin, Elon OF – Stuart Haywood, College of Charleston OF – Chris Shehan, Georgia Southern OF – Cory Harrilchak, Elon DH – Greg Feltes, UNC Greensboro P – Mike Lynn, College of Charleston Tournament MVP - Cory Harrilchak, Elon

Southern Conference Player of the Week

Feb. 25 – Michael Harrington (COFC); March 3 – Corey Overholtzer (UNCG); March 10 – Ricky Orton (UNCG); March 17 – Chris Shehan (GSU); March 24 – Chris Shehan (GSU); March 31 – Greg Feltes (UNCG); April 7 – Cory Harrilchak (ELON); April 14 – Joey Rodgers (FUR); April 21 – Brandon Sizemore (COFC); April 28 – Ty Wright (GSU); May 5 – Ricky Orton (UNCG); May 12 – Michael Harrington (COFC); May 19 – Jeremie Tice, (COFC)

Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week

Feb. 25 – Asher Wojciechowski (CIT); March 3 – Matt Reifsnider (CIT) and Jay Jackson (FUR); March 10 – Jimmy Reyes (ELON); March 17 – Matt Crim (CIT); March 24 – Chip Hunt (WOF); March 31 – Chris Masters (WCU); April 7 – Nick Karow (FUR); April 14 – Wes Wrenn (CIT); April 21 – Jay Jackson (FUR) and Chris Masters (WCU); April 28 – Jesse Simpson Jr. (COFC); May 5 – Chris Masters (WCU); May 12 – Matt Andress (ASU); May 19 – Spencer Hale (FUR)

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The Baseball 2008 inCitadel review The Last Time... A Citadel Hitter Had…

7 at bats in a game: Arnold, Jones, Fallaw vs. ETSU, Feb. 10, 2007 6 at bats in a game: Jones, R. and Meade at Winthrop, May 5, 2008 7 hits in a game: John Stephens vs. Davidson, April 6, 1986 5 hits in a game: Sonny Meade at Winthrop, May 5, 2008 4 hits in a game: Richard Jones at East Carolina, April 16, 2008 2 Extra-base hits in an inning: Chip Cannon vs. Charleston Southern, March 23, 2004 (HR and 2B in the 5th) 2 hits in an inning: Chris Swauger at Wofford [1], April 6, 2008 4 2B in a game: Aaron Haigler vs. Army, March 8, 1998 3 2B in a game: Sonny Meade at Winthrop, May 7, 2008 2 3B in a game: Chris Swauger vs. UNCG, April 2, 2006 3 HRs in a game: Garrick Haltiwanger vs. Coastal Carolina, March 3, 1994 2 HRs in a game: Richard Jones at Georgia Southern, May 4, 2008 Grand Slam: Chris McGuiness at Georgia Southern, May 3, 2008 2 Grand Slams in one game: Rick Green vs. Salisbury State, March 18, 1990 Pinch-hit home run: Blaine Richardson vs. Wofford, April 2, 2005 HRs in consecutive at bats: Zach Brown vs. Appalachian St., April 13, 2007 An inside-the-park home run: Chris Swauger vs. Princeton, March 4, 2006 10+ TB in a game: Kyle Jordan (10) at Georgia Southern, May 3, 2008 10 RBI in a game: Jerry Simmons vs. ETSU, March 21, 1998 6 RBI in a game: Sonny Meade at Georgia Southern, May 2, 2008 5 RBI in a game: Sonny Meade at Winthrop, May 7, 2008 6 runs scored in a game: Jerry Simmons vs. Davidson, April 11, 1998 4 runs scored in a game: Chris Swauger at Winthrop, May 7, 2008 5 BBs in a game: Chip Cannon vs. ETSU, May 1, 2004 4 SB in a game: Chris Ard vs. Coppin State, Feb. 19, 2005 3 SB in a game: Chance Smith vs. Le Moyne, Feb. 24, 2006 5 Ks in a game: Matt Covington vs. College of Charleston, May 27, 2005 4 Ks in a game: Conrad Kellahan vs. Western Carolina, May 9, 2008

A Citadel Pitcher Had…

A complete game (9 inn.): Wes Wrenn vs. Furman, March 22, 2008 A complete game (by a freshman for 9 inn.): Wes Wrenn vs. Appalachian State, May 5, 2006 20+ strikeouts in a game: Rodney Hancock (20) vs. Furman, May 19, 1999 15+ strikeouts in a game: Brian Wiley vs. UNCG, April 17, 1999 10+ strikeouts in a game: Asher Wojciechowski (10) at Wofford, April 6, 2008 Hit 3 batters in an inning: Ryan Owens vs. Western Carolina, March 25, 2005 An individual no-hitter: T.A. Fulmer vs. ETSU, March 29, 2002 A 1-hit game: Brian Wiley vs. UNCG, April 17, 1999 A combined 1-hit game: T.A. Fulmer/Shannon Sprouse/Matt Hamer/ Randy Corn vs. Charleston Southern, March, 5, 2002 Consecutive complete games (9 innings): Jonathan Ellis vs. Western Carolina, May 29, 2006 and Coastal Carolina, June 5, 2006 A complete game shutout: Matt Crim vs. Appalachian State, April 13, 2007 A combined shutout (9+ innings): Matt Crim (8.0), Raymond Copenhaver (0.2), Matt Reifsnider (1.1) vs. No. 23 Louisville, March 1, 2008

The Citadel Had…

A win over a ranked opponent: No. 23 Louisville (1-0, 10 inn.), March 1, 2008 A win over a top-10 opponent: #1 South Carolina (7-6), Feb. 18, 2007 Won in extra innings: (10) 1-0 vs. #23 Lousiville, March 1, 2008 Lost in extra innings: (10) 5-2 vs. Western Carolina, May 10, 2008 Came back in the 9th for a win: vs. Western Carolina (down 2-1, won 4-2), May 27, 2006 (SoCon Tournament) Came back in 9th but lost: at Georgia Southern (down 5-2, scored three in top of ninth, lost 6-5), May 4, 2008 Won both games of a doubleheader: vs. Davidson, May 12, 2006 Lost both games of a doubleheader: vs. Western Carolina, May 10, 2008 A series sweep at Riley: vs. Davidson, April 11-13, 2008 Was swept at Riley: vs. Western Carolina, May 9-11, 2008 Was swept on the road: at College of Charleston, April 25-27, 2008 Run-ruled an opponent: vs. West Virginia. (11-1), Feb. 26, 2005 (8 inn.) Shutout-general: 1-0 vs. No. 23 Louisville, March 1, 2008 Shutout-at home: 1-0 vs. No. 23 Louisville, March 1, 2008 Shutout on the road: 17-0 vs. Appalachian State, April 13, 2007 Scored in every inning (8 inn.): vs. Davidson, April 21, 2007 Struck out 20+ batters: vs. Appalachian State (21), April 12, 1997 Struck out 15+ batters: at Wofford [1] (15), April 6, 2008 Struck out 10+ batters: vs. Charleston Southern (10), March 18, 2008 Been held to 2 or fewer hits: vs. Liberty (2), Feb. 17, 2007 Allowed 3 hits or less: vs. Davidson (3), April 13, 2008 Rallied from a 10-0 deficit: vs. ETSU, May 8, 2005 (W, 19-11, ETSU put up 10 in the 1st inn.) A Jordan ejection: at Hawaii, March 4, 2004 (only ejection)

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A Beckley ejection: at Charleston Southern, April 4, 2006 A player ejection: vs. College of Charleston (Matt Hamer and Jason Randall), March 28, 2003 25+ runs: Davidson (25), April 21, 2007 20+ runs: vs. Campbell (20), Feb. 27, 2007 15+ runs: at Wofford [1] (18), April 6, 2008 10+ runs: at Winthrop (14), May 7, 2008 30+ hits: vs. Davidson (32), April 5, 1982 25+ hits: vs. Campbell (25), Feb. 27, 2007 20+ hits: vs. Wofford (21), April 6, 2007 15+ hits: at Georgia Southern (16), May 2, 2008 8 doubles: vs. Appalachian State, March 15, 1998 6 doubles: vs. Davidson, May 12, 2006 5 doubles: vs. UNC Greensboro, April 20, 2008 5+ triples: vs. Hunter (6), April 18, 1975 6 HRs: vs. East Carolina, March 24, 1997 5 HRs: vs. Eastern Illinois, March 16, 2007 4 HRs: vs. UNC Asheville, March 9, 2008 3 HRs: at Georgia Southern, May 3, 2008 Back-to-back home runs: Jordan/Swauger vs. Presbyterian, May 27, 2008 10+ runs in an inning: vs. Wofford (13), Feb. 20, 1996 5+ runs in an inning: at Georgia Southern (6), May 2, 2008 20+ RBI: vs. Davidson (23), April 21, 2007 15+ RBI: at Wofford [1] (16), April 6, 2008 10+ RBI: at Winthrop (13), May 7, 2008 Received 15 + walks: vs. ETSU (19), March 18, 1995 Received 10+ walks: vs. USC Upstate (11), March 4, 2008 5+ batters HBP: vs. Elon (5), March 24, 2007 0 strikeouts: vs. Davidson, April 12, 2008 Struck out 15+ times: vs. South Carolina (15), May 9, 2006 10+ stolen bases in a game: Western Michigan (11), Feb. 26, 2000 9 sacrifices: vs. VMI, April 28, 1984 8 sacrifices: vs. Coppin State, Feb. 19, 2005 20+ runners LOB: vs. Virginia Tech (21), Feb. 23, 2007 15+ runners LOB: vs. USC Upstate (15), March 4, 2008 Turned 4 double-plays: vs. Augusta, Feb. 21, 1990 Turned a triple-play: vs. Charleston Southern, March 19, 2003 Made 10+ errors: East Carolina (11), April 21, 1973 Made 5+ errors: vs. College of Charleston (5), April 27, 2007 Pitchers throw three consecutive complete games: Chip Cannon vs. College of Charleston, May 29, 2004 Jonathan Ellis vs. Western Carolina, May 29, 2004 Justin Smith vs. Western Carolina, May 30, 2004 (SoCon Tournament)

A Citadel Opponent Had…

Individual 2 2B in a game: Haywood, College of Charleston, April 4, 2007 2 home runs: A.J. Wirnsberger, Georgia Southern, May 13, 2007 (consecutive at bats) 5+ hits in a game: Zach Kayne, Davidson, April 21, 2007 7 RBI in a game: Ryan Stroker, Davidson, April 1, 2001 6 RBI in a game: Waring, Wofford, April 2, 2005 Team Back-to-back home runs: Willard/Reinhold, South Carolina, May 9, 2007 Back-to-back-to-back home runs: Ian Paxton/Robbie Grinestaff/Jon Willard, South Carolina, April 19, 2006 6 2B in a game: Elon, May 25, 2006 30+ hits: South Carolina (33), April 17, 1986 20+ hits: Davidson (21), April 21, 2007 15+ hits: Georgia Southern (17), May 2, 2008 10+ walks: Evansville (10), March 8, 2008 30+ runs: South Carolina (32), April 2, 1992 20+ runs: at UNLV (22), March 17, 2006 15+ runs: at Georgia Southern (17), May 2, 2008 10+ runs: South Carolina (10), May 13, 2008 10+ runs in an inning: UNLV (11 in the 1st), March 17, 2006 5+ Sacrifices: Georgia Southern (5), May 5, 2003

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History and Records

The Baseball HistoryCitadel and Records Team Offense Category

Highs

Opponent

All-Time Superlatives Date

Runs Scored

27

vs. Davidson

Runs Scored (Inn.)

13

vs. Wofford

Hits

32

vs. Davidson

Doubles

8

vs. Appalachian State

Triples

6

vs. Hunter

Home Runs

6

vs. Marshall

March 22, 1997

6

vs. East Carolina

March 24, 1997

19

vs. Butler

March 15, 1995 March 18, 1995

Walks Received

April 5, 1982

6

Jerry Simmons vs. Davidson

April 11, 1998

7

John Stephens vs. Davidson

10

Jerry Simmons vs. ETSU

Doubles

4

Aaron Haigler vs. Army

Triples

2

Seven Times (Chris Swauger vs. UNCG)

Home Runs

3

Garrick Haltiwanger vs. Coastal Carolina

Grand Slams

2

Rick Green vs. Salisbury State

Walks

5

Three times (Chip Cannon vs. East Tennessee State)

May 1, 2004

Stolen Bases

5

Twice (Jon Aughey vs. Chas. Southern)

May 7, 2003

Hit By Pitch

4

Brook Dantzler vs. College of Charleston

Sacrifices

3

Gettys Glaze vs. Marshall

April 14, 1991

3

Matt Matulia vs. Coppin State

Feb. 19, 2005

28

Garrick Haltiwanger

27

Chris Ard

23

Billy Swails

23

Dallas McPherson

2000

20

Bill White

1982

20

Bill White

1982

20

Josh Stackley

2004

19

Stuart Jordan

1999

17

Ken Lott

1996

16

Chris Lemonis

1993

16

Garrick Haltiwanger

1995

16

Terrence Smalls

1997

16

Aaron Haigler

1998

16

Sonny Meade

2006-2007

April 18, 1975

Feb. 26, 2000

Sacrifices

9

vs. VMI

April 28, 1984

Times Struck Out

18

vs. South Carolina

Runners LOB

21

vs. Butler

21

vs. East Tennessee State

Feb. 10, 2007

21

vs. Virginia Tech

Feb. 23, 2007

Feb. 19, 2003 March 11, 2006

Longest Hitting

Team DEFense Date

Errors

11

vs. East Carolina

April 21, 1973

Double Plays

4

Three times (vs. Augusta)

Feb. 21, 1990

Triple Plays

1

vs. Brockport State

March 13, 1979

1

vs. James Madison

March 1, 1992

1

vs. East Tennessee State

March 5, 2000

1

vs. Charleston Southern

March 19, 2003

Streaks

Team Pitching Opponent

Feb. 29, 1992

RBI

vs. Western Michigan

Highs

Date

Vic Correll vs. Mt. St. Mary’s

Hits

vs. East Tennessee State

Category

Opponent

6

April 5, 1982

11

Opponent

Highs

March 15, 1998

19

Highs

Runs Scored

Feb. 20, 1996

Stolen Bases

Category

Category

Individual Offense

Date

Hits

33

vs. South Carolina

April 17, 1986

Runs

32

vs. South Carolina

April 2, 1992

Earned Runs

25

vs. South Carolina

April 2, 1992

Walks

14

vs. Davidson

Strikeouts

21

vs. Appalachian State

March 17, 1985 April 12, 1997

April 6, 1986 March 21, 1998 March 8, 1998 April 2, 2006 March 3, 1994 March 18, 1990

March 28, 2003

1995-1996 2003 1987-88

Individual DEFense Category

Highs

Opponent

Date

Putouts

23

Chris Altman vs. Old Dominion

Feb. 22, 2004

Assists

11

Terrence Smalls vs. Furman

March 9, 1997

11

Matt Matulia at Furman

April 25, 2003

11

Matt Matulia vs. Old Dominion

4

Five times (Tavy Smalls vs. ETSU)

Errors

Feb. 22, 2004 March 27, 1999

Individual Pitching Category

Chris Ard recorded the school’s second-longest hitting streak in 2003, hitting safely in 27 consecutive games.

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Highs

Opponent

Date

Hits

15

Russell Arnold vs. Norfolk State

March 9, 1986

Runs

10

Six Times (Wes Wrenn at UNLV)

March 17, 2006

Earned Runs

10

Brian Rogers vs. Clemson

Walks

10

Frank Galloway vs. Miami (Fla.)

10

Martin Rivera vs. Clemson

20

Rodney Hancock vs. Furman

Strikeouts

May 21, 1998 May 18, 1979 March 21, 1979 May 19, 1999

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Top Pitching Performances No Hitters

T. A. Fulmer The Citadel 6, East Tennessee State 0

(2 BB, 14 K) (March 29, 2002)

Rodney Hancock The Citadel 24, Furman 0

(4 BB, 14 K) (May 14, 1999)

Chris Bengel The Citadel 3, Davidson 0

(7 BB, 4 K) (April 7, 1984)

Martin Rivera The Citadel 7, Brockport St. 0

(4 BB, 16 K) (March 27, 1978)

Frank Galloway The Citadel 11, Glenville St. 0

(0 BB, 9 K) (March 24, 1978)

(9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 15K) (March 5, 2002)

Brian Wiley The Citadel 16, UNC Greensboro 3

(9 IP, 3 R, 4 BB, 16 K) (April 17, 1999)

Brian Rogers & Tom Martin The Citadel 1, Furman 0

(9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 14 K) (April 4, 1998)

Scott Mullen & Jon Hinkle The Citadel 4, VMI 3

(9 IP, 3 R, 4 BB, 15 K) (April 30, 1994)

David Mills The Citadel 2, Furman 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 1 BB, 7 K) (April 20, 1984)

Jeff Barkley The Citadel 11, Baptist 1

(9 IP, 1 R, 2 BB, 8 K) (March 12, 1984)

Tony Ramsay & Hugh Bates The Citadel 21, Presbyterian 0

(5 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 5 K) (March 7, 1981)

(5 IP, 0 R, 1 BB, 4 K) (April 5, 1979)

Mike Pendleton The Citadel 12, Chattanooga 1

(7 IP, 1 R, 4 BB, 6 K) (March 24, 1979)

Frank Galloway The Citadel 7, Shepherd 0

(9 IP, 0 R, 4 BB, 10 K) (March 16, 1979)

Mike Pendleton The Citadel 5, Western Carolina 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 12 K) (April 15, 1978)

Team Fielding

Errors:.............................................................127................................................. 1994 Putouts:.......................................................1,802................................................. 2004 Most assists:...................................................762................................................. 2004 Fielding Percentage:.................................... .974................................................. 2004

(7 IP, 0 R, 0 BB, 7 K) (March 27, 1978)

Joe Sumrall, Hank Welch, Gary Reichlmayr & Gene Dotson The Citadel 22, Hunter 0

(9 IP, 0 R, 6 BB, 9 K) (March 23, 1975)

Billy Wieters The Citadel 2, Mercer 0

(9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 4 K) (May 2, 1974)

Steve Arrington The Citadel 1, Richmond 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 7 K) (May 3, 1973)

Steve Arrington The Citadel 4, Davidson 0

(7 IP, 0 R, 3 BB, 7 K) (May 8, 1971)

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Complete Games:............................................23................................................. 1983 Innings Pitched:...........................................600.2................................................. 2004 Most wins:........................................................46................................................. 1990 Earned Run Average:....................................1.74................................................. 1972 Most saves:......................................................19................................................. 2006 Most strikeouts:..............................................598................................................. 1998 Most walks:.....................................................295................................................. 1996 Longest winning streak: . .................................26................................................. 1990 Longest losing streak:......................................12................................................. 1967

(9 IP, 0 R, 2 BB, 13 K) (April 7, 1979)

Mike Pendleton The Citadel 12, USC Aiken 0

Don Gordon & Gary Reichlmayr The Citadel 9, Brockport State 0

Team Batting

Games:.............................................................67................................................. 2004 At Bats:........................................................2,343................................................. 2004 Runs:..............................................................492................................................. 2000 Hits:................................................................698................................................. 2004 Total Bases:.................................................1,037................................................. 2007 Doubles:.........................................................141................................................. 1997 Triples:..............................................................31................................................. 1996 Home Runs:.....................................................70................................................. 2007 Runs Batted In:...............................................444................................................. 2000 Average:....................................................... .346................................................. 1982 Slugging Percentage:................................... .505................................................. 1982 Stolen Bases:.................................................198................................................. 2000 Strikeouts:......................................................466................................................. 2004 Walks:.............................................................300................................................. 1996

Team Pitching

One Hitters T.A. Fulmer, Shannon Sprouse, Matt Hamer, & Randy Corn The Citadel 4, Charleston Southern 0

Frank Galloway The Citadel 6, Stetson 0

Season Superlatives

Chip Cannon helped The Citadel record a program-best 1,802 putouts en route to a Southern Conference Tournament Championship in 2004.

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The Baseball HistoryCitadel and Records Individual Batting

Season/Career Records

Games Played Season: Career:

No. 67 67 67 239

Name Chip Cannon Will Coker Chris Ard Philip Hartig

Year 2004 2004 2004 1998-2001

At Bats Season: Career:

274 983

Josh Stackley Philip Hartig

2004 1998-2001

Runs Season: Career:

81 230

Chris Morris Philip Hartig

2000 1998-2001

Hits Season: Career:

99 360

Philip Hartig Philip Hartig

2000 1998-2001

Total Bases Season: Career:

175 655

Philip Hartig Philip Hartig

2000 1998-2001

25 76

Aaron Haigler Philip Hartig

1998 1998-2001

Doubles Season: Career:

Brian Wiley holds the career record for innings pitched at The Citadel, taking the mound for 316.1 innings during his career as a Bulldog.

Individual Pitching Games Pitched Season: Career:

39 112

Games Started Season: Career:

18 53 53

Randy Corn Tom Martin

2002 1995-98

Jonathan Ellis Brian Callahan Brian Wiley

2004 1993-1996 1996-99

Complete Games Season: 9 9 Career: 23

Jeff Barkley Jonathan Ellis Jeff Barkley

1981 2004 1979-1982

Innings Pitched Season: 136.1 Career: 316.1

Jonathan Ellis Brian Wiley

2004 1996-99

Wins Season: Career:

Mike Cherry Jonathan Ellis Mike Montei

1983 2004 1984-87

Earned-Run Average Season: 0.95 Career: 1.37

Rusty Booth Ray Yeoman

1972 1971-72

1990 1998-2001

Shutouts Season: Career:

5 7

Gettys Glaze Mike Pendleton

1992 1978-81

2000 1998-2000

Saves Season: Career:

15 29

Link Saunders Hank Kraft

2006 1989-92

Strikeouts Season: Career:

159 159 431

Brian Rogers Brian Wiley Brian Wiley

1996 1998 1996-99

Walks Season: Career:

69 194

Ray Yeoman Brian Wiley

1972 1996-99

Triples Season: Career:

10 14 14 14

Chris Swauger Anthony Jenkins Philip Hartig Chris Swauger

2006 1987-90 1998-2001 2005-08

Home Runs Season: Career:

17 17 17 64

Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Chip Cannon Philip Hartig

1998 1999 2004 1998-2001

Runs Batted In Season: Career:

86 290

Philip Hartig Philip Hartig

2000 1998-2001

Average Season: Career:

.474 .433

Bill White Bill White

1982 1980-1982

Slugging Percentage Season: .719 Career: .673

Anthony Jenkins Philip Hartig

Stolen Bases Season: Career:

84 147

Chris Morris Chris Morris

Strikeouts Season: Career:

67 214

Jason Randall Jason Randall

2001 2000-03

Walks Season: Career:

71 185

Chip Cannon Dan McDonnell

2004 1989-92

12 12 30

Individual Fielding Philip Hartig holds several school and conference records, including the school records for home runs and RBI in both a season and a career.

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Errors Season: Career:

28 73

Putouts Season:

539

Zach Brown

Assists Season: Career:

214 678

Jermaine Shuler Matt Matulia

Fielding Percentage Career: .990

Jermaine Shuler Matt Matulia

Chip Cannon

1994 2003-06 2007 1994 2003-06 2004

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Games Played

Year Name No. 1967 Choppy Morris 25 1968 Six with 26 26 1969 Four with 28 28 1970 Three with 28 28 1971 Five with 31 31 1972 Paul Plunkett 30 1973 Ron Terry, Glen Meister, Paul Plunkett 30 1974 Kenny Feaster, Richard Wieters 28 1975 Five with 30 30 1976 Five with 27 27 1977 Five with 32 32 1978 Five with 39 39 1979 Five with 42 42 1980 Three with 37 37 1981 Marty Blair 44 1982 Five with 48 48 1983 Four with 43 43 1984 Five with 46 46 1985 Jimmy Nicholson, Lee Glaze 49 1986 Lee Glaze, Joel Thompson, Rick Hardwick, Ken Vickery 49 1987 Billy Swails, Kevin Vickery 50 1988 Five with 53 53 1989 Billy Swails, Buddy Ward, Anthony Jenkins 49 1990 Four with 60 60 1991 Jason Rychlick, Tony Skole 54 1992 Five with 55 55 1993 Two with 57 57 1994 Three with 66 66 1995 Four with 60 60 1996 Ryan Butler, Terrence Smalls 59 1997 Seven with 58 58 1998 Terrence Smalls, Tavy Smalls 61 1999 Philip Hartig 61 2000 Four with 59 59 2001 Four with 62 62 2002 Three with 57 57 2003 Six tied with 57 57 2004 Three with 67 67 2005 Three with 59 59 2006 Three with 61 61 2007 Four with 61 61 2008 Six with 56 56 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

At Bats

Choppy Morris Mike Ross Mike Ross Mike Ross Jerry Wise Paul Plunkett Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Richard Wieters Rick Jarrell Rick Jarrell Marty Crosby, David Fairey David Fairey Mike Knox Mike Knox Mike Knox John Murphy Ken Vickery Jimmy Nicholson

78 107 100 118 108 96 116 107 118 106 122 135 154 127 171 181 148 182 192

Josh Stackley holds the school record with 274 at bats recorded in 2004.

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Year-by-Year leaders

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Lee Glaze Ricky Green, Billy Swails John Stephens Anthony Jenkins Chris Coker Tony Skole Gettys Glaze Chris Lemonis David Beckley Garrick Haltiwanger Terrence Smalls Terrence Smalls Tavy Smalls Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Matt Dean Jon Aughey Josh Stackley Chris Ard Sonny Meade Chris Swauger Sonny Meade

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Choppy Morris Mike Ross Mike Ross Jerry Wise Joe Davis Charlie Hughes Ron Terry Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Richard Wieters Mike Hawkins, Mark Gaetke David Fairey Mark Burt Kip Hagwood Mike Knox Mike Knox Marty Blair Ken Vickery Ken Vickery John Stephens Billy Swails Billy Swails Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Chris Lemonis David Beckley David Beckley David Beckley Jerry Simmons Terrence Smalls Philip Hartig Chris Morris Daryl Bryd Two with 41 Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Chris Ard Chris Swauger Zach Brown Chris Swauger

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Choppy Morris Choppy Morris Buster Holland Mike Ross Jerry Wise Paul Plunkett Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Marty Crosby Vinnie Franco Kip Hagwood Mike Knox Bill White John Murphy Lee Glaze Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green, Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins, John Stephens Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Vic Correll, Gettys Glaze Chris Lemonis

Runs Scored

Hits

207 178 198 176 226 205 210 221 250 248 242 249 251 261 252 252 224 250 274 254 245 256 229

12 27 22 18 23 21 20 20 26 25 24 38 38 29 48 66 43 42 53 51 35 60 49 70 46 54 52 49 52 65 71 71 64 81 57 41 50 69 48 54 69 59

21 34 38 33 33 29 37 36 39 43 40 43 48 45 62 82 54 61 76 88 57 66 66 89 69 68 81

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

David Beckley Garrick Haltiwanger Bo Betchman Terrence Smalls Terrence Smalls Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Matt Dean Chris Ard Chip Cannon Chris Ard Chris Swauger Sonny Meade Sonny Meade

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Choppy Morris Mike Ross Mike Ross Mike Ross Joe Davis Paul Plunkett Steve Arrington Kenny Feaster, Richard Wieters Paul Martin Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Marty Crosby Melvin Williamson, Vinnie Franco Mark Mitchum Kip Hagwood Bill White Mike Matulia John Murphy Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green Chris Coker, Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Two with 105 each Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Jon Aughey Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Matulia Chris Swauger Chris Swauger Chris Swauger

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Victor Wall Victor Wall Buster Holland John Bledsoe Jerry Wise, Joe Davis, Ron Lander Paul Plunkett Chuck Cordell Richard Wieters Paul Martin Dickie Jones Richard Wieters David Fairey, Melvin Williamson Marty Crosby Kip Hagwood, Mark Mitchum Tony Ramsay Tony Ramsay John Murphy Ken Vickery Tim Jones Lee Glaze Kevin Vickery Chris Coker Buddy Ward Anthony Jenkins Tony Skole Tony Skole Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler Dale Sistare Bo Bechman, Garrick Haltiwanger Ryan Butler Aaron Haigler Philip Hartig Tavy Smalls Philip Hartig David Griffin

Total Bases

Doubles

78 86 79 88 90 94 99 91 69 89 83 90 85 86 90 26 51 49 46 39 37 55 40 60 63 66 56 58 59 96 121 71 80 113 125 90 97 99 161 102 105 132 109 132 131 147 143 171 175 166 99 126 158 122 147 150 129 5 5 5 6 3 6 3 6 13 11 11 7 11 8 12 16 10 12 14 17 15 16 13 16 14 14 19 16 19 16 22 25 20 24 23 15

Aaron Haigler hit a school record 25 doubles during the 1998 season. 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Jon Aughey, Chip Cannon Jon Aughey Two with 16 Chris Swauger Zach Brown Chris Swauger

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Choppy Morris, Bill Ogburn Choppy Morris, Bill Watson, Jerry Blackwell Buster Holland, Mike Ross Mike Ross Joe Davis, Chuck Cordell Ron Terry Steve Arrington, Ron Terry, Mark Mazzucco Richard Wieters Five with 1 Seven with 1 Richard Wieters Garry Reichlmayr David Fairey Four with 2 Kip Hagwood Bill White Alan Hurt Jack Korpar Tim Jones Lee Glaze Anthony Jenkins Billy Baker Buddy Ward, Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins, Phillip Tobin Jason Rychlick Vic Correll Three with two David Beckley Three with three Three with five Aaron Haigler Jerry Simmons, Philip Hartig Stuart Jordan Philip Hartig Three with two Three with two Matt Matulia Josh Stackley Matt Matulia Chris Swauger Chris Swauger Matt Arnold

Triples

15 20 16 21 21 18 1 2 3 2 2 3 2 4 1 1 3 5 4 2 7 6 3 2 4 4 3 6 4 4 5 6 3 5 3 5 4 3 4 6 2 2 5 5 4 10 4 3

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Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Tony Skole Gettys Glaze Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler, Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons, Ryan Butler Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Jason Randall Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Matulia Sonny Meade Richard Jones Sonny Meade

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

(Min. 40 at bats) Buster Holland Choppy Morris Buster Holland John Bledsoe Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Chuck Cordell Kenny Feaster Paul Martin Richard Wieters Mike Hawkins Al Diket Melvin Williamson Kip Hagwood Kip Hagwood Bill White Mike Matulia Tim Jones, Lee Glaze Tim Jones Lee Glaze Donald Livingston Anthony Jenkins Billy Swails Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Vic Correll Chris Lemonis Donald Morillo Garrick Haltiwanger Bo Betchman Rodney Hancock Terrence Smalls Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig David Griffin Chris Ard Mark Egleton Chance Smith Chris Swauger Sonny Meade Sonny Meade

48 45 68 51 54 66 33 50 60 68 62 73 86 69 43 60 66 47 50 61 46

Batting Average

Chip Cannon is tied with Philip Hartig for a school record 17 home runs in a single season.

Home Runs

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Victor Wall Mike Ross Mike Ross Ron Sanders Joe Davis, Ron Sanders Six with 1 each Steve Arrington Gene Dotson Gene Dotson Richard Wieters Richard Wieters, Marty Crosby Garry Reichlmayr Mark Burt Tony Ramsay Kip Hagwood Alan Hurt Alan Hurt John Murphy Rick Hardwick Rick Hardwick Ricky Green Donald Livingston, Chris Coker Anthony Jenkins Anthony Jenkins Chris Lemonis Chris Lemonis Chris Lemonis Jermaine Shuler Donald Morillo Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Matulia Chris Swauger Richard Jones, Chris Swauger Richard Jones

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

Howie Whittington Mike Ross Buster Holland Ron Sanders Joe Davis Ron Sanders Steve Arrington Richard Wieters Gene Dotson Richard Wieters, Paul Martin Richard Wieters Marty Crosby Melvin Williamson Vinnie Franco Mike Knox Bill White Alan Hurt Lee Glaze Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green

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2 7 3 3 1 1 6 3 8 4 3 3 3 4 5 11 5 5 8 10 8 6 8 16 6 7 10 7 10 11 14 17 17 14 16 9 12 17 10 7 15 11 12 17 18 17 15 21 28 16 26 20 26 33 25 26 44 78 38 41 41 60 35

.286 .327 .413 .333 .333 .333 .327 .336 .376 .418 .363 .331 .324 .402 .389 .474 .386 .343 .429 .425 .360 .365 .420 .397 .352 .366 .367 .337 .347 .378 .365 .375 .360 .393 .361 .340 .396 .366 .400 .356 .379 .393

Slugging Pct.

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

(Min. 40 at bats) Victor Wall Mike Ross Buster Holland John Bledsoe Joe Davis Steve Arrington Chuck Cordell Richard Wieters Paul Martin Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Garry Reichlmayr Mark Burt Kip Hagwood Kip Hagwood Bill White Mike Matulia John Murphy Tim Jones Lee Glaze Ricky Green Chris Coker Buddy Ward Anthony Jenkins Jason Rychlick Vic Correll Chris Lemonis Donald Morillo Garrick Haltiwanger Garrick Haltiwanger Jerry Simmons Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Philip Hartig Jon Aughey Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Chance Smith Chris Swauger Richard Jones Chris Swauger

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

Bill Ogburn Buster Holland Mike Ross Mike Ross Ron Terry Charlie Hughes Al Swain, Ron Terry Kenny Feaster Kenny Feaster Rick Jarrell Mike Hawkins Al Diket Mark Burt Mike Knox Mike Knox Mike Knox Marty Blair Tim Jones Tim Jones John Stephens John Stephens

Stolen Bases

.352 .477 .500 .478 .402 .400 .327 .440 .594 .612 .555 .608 .403 .509 .644 .699 .559 .491 .638 .604 .506 .539 .585 .719 .520 .559 .597 .505 .532 .601 .639 .668 .655 .694 .659 .463 .612 .681 .578 .615 .645 .603 3 12 12 9 10 10 7 20 25 11 12 26 19 15 32 39 15 23 46 23 18

Philip Hartig led The Citadel in RBI all four years he played for the Bulldogs and holds the single season record wtih 86 runs batted in during the 2000 season.

Chris Morris set a school record wtih 84 stolen bases recorded in the 2000 season. 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Billy Swails Billy Swails Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Vic Correll, Dan McDonnell Vic Correll David Beckley David Beckley David Beckley Terrence Smalls Terrence Smalls Chris Morris Chris Morris Daryl Byrd Jason Randall Trent Weathers Jon Aughey Chris Ard Chance Smith Chris Swauger Matt Arnold

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Bill Ogburn NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE Ron Sanders Ron Sanders Ron Terry Charlie Smith Gene Dotson Gene Dotson Richard Wieters Mark Burt Mark Burt Vinnie Franco Marty Blair John Murphy Alan Hurt Jack Korpar Joel Thompson Joel Thompson Joel Thompson Buddy Ward Anthony Jenkins Chris Coker Jason Rychlick, Chris Lemonis Vic Correll David Beckley Jermaine Shuler Dale Sistare Ken Lott Curt Beerman Philip Hartig Stuart Jordan Dallas McPherson, Chris Morris Jason Randall Jason Randall Jason Randall Will Coker Matt Covington Matt Matulia Kyle Jordan Kyle Jordan

Times Struck Out

22 17 38 30 27 23 39 22 37 33 49 52 84 22 16 25 23 29 9 8 6 19

25 23 19 19 27 15 20 18 24 21 21 17 19 29 31 41 31 38 28 47 25 40 46 50 57 57 49 46 54 42 67 60 61 63 48 44 62 65

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1984 Rich Collins 1985 Rich Collins 1986 Tripp Blanton, Jamie Furr 1987 Mike Montei 1988 Tripp Blanton 1989 Tripp Blanton, Brad Stowell 1990 Hank Kraft 1991 Hank Kraft 1992 Hank Kraft 1993 Two with 24 each 1994 Donald Morillo 1995 Donald Morillo 1996 Tom Martin 1997 Tom Martin 1998 Tom Martin 1999 Kyle Bunn 2000 T.A. Fulmer 2001 Randy Corn 2002 Randy Corn 2003 Matt Hamer 2004 Shannon Sprouse 2005 Link Saunders 2006 Justin Smith 2007 Raymond Copenhaver 2008 Raymond Copenhaver

Jonathan Ellis pitched 136.1 innings throughout the 2004 season, a school record. 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Times Walked

Bill Ogburn NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE Ron Sanders Ron Sanders Ron Terry Jimmy Haight Gene Dotson Gene Dotson Mark Gaetke Mark Gaetke, Mark Burt Mark Burt Kip Hagwood Marty Blair Marty Blair Marty Blair Rick Hardwick Ken Vickery Ken Vickery John Stephens John Stephens Billy Swails Buddy Ward Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Dan McDonnell Vic Correll Bo Betchman Bo Betchman Bo Betchman Rodney Hancock Rodney Hancock Chris Morris Chris Morris Stuart Jordan Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Chip Cannon Matt Covington Matt Matulia Zach Brown Chris Swauger

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18 17 19 14 15 13 23 30 38 20 27 41 31 31 41 52 32 32 48 46 62 53 63 42 35 44 49 46 44 57 47 41 40 42 71 32 33 28 51

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Games Started

Jim Scott, Al Imertreijs Doug Pounder Jim Scott Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Rusty Booth Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Mike Pendleton Martin Rivera Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley Alan Hurt Three with 10 Chris Bengel, David Mills Clifton Jones Matt Gore Matt Gore Jamie Furr Jamie Furr Billy Baker Ken Britt Ken Britt Steve Basch Brian Callahan Brian Callahan, Britt Reames Brian Callahan Brian Rogers Brian Rogers Brian Wiley Kyle Bunn, Ron Colvard Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Jonathan Ellis Jonathan Ellis Ryan Owens

23 24 17 20 28 17 27 26 24 24 35 32 37 35 38 31 31 35 39 26 27 30 36 36 36

9 9 9 11 10 8 10 9 10 9 10 10 11 11 11 12 10 10 13 11 13 15 12 15 14 13 11 16 14 14 14 17 17 15 16 15 15 18 16

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Ryan Owens Wes Wrenn Matt Crim, Wes Wrenn

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Al Imertreijs Jim Scott, Doug Pounder Leroy Allen, Jim Scott Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Rusty Booth Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Martin Rivera, Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry Chris Bengel Mike Montei Mike Montei Mike Montei Jamie Furr Matt Gore Ken Britt, Richard Shirer Ken Britt Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Brian Callahan, Britt Reames Britt Reames Brian Rogers Brian Wiley Rodney Hancock Rodney Hancock Ron Colvard Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Jonathan Ellis Jonathan Ellis Ken Egleton, Ryan Owens Wes Wrenn Wes Wrenn Wes Wrenn

1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

Al Imertreijs Jim Scott Jim Scott Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Rusty Booth Rusty Booth Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Martin Rivera Frank Galloway Mike Pendleton Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry

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Innings Pitched

Pitching Leaders 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

Appearances

Jim Scott Jim Scott, Doug Pounder Jim Scott Leroy Allen, Doug Pounder Doug Pounder Ray Yeoman Rusty Booth Rusty Booth Hank Welch Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Three with 13 Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton Dwight Butler Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry

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T.A. Fulmer pitched three complete games for The Citadel in 2002.

17 17 13 6 4 5 7 8 8 6 5 3 5 8 5 6 8 9 8 8 4 4 7 6 3 6 5 4 5 5 2 3 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 2 9 1 2 2 1 62.0 73.0 65.1 98.0 84.0 67.1 74.0 70.0 76.1 73.0 85.0 72.0 98.2 76.2 93.2 82.2 87.2

Mike Pendleton’s eight complete games pitched in 1980 is still second in school history. 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

David Mills Chris Bengel Mike Montei Mike Montei Jamie Furr Matt Gore Billy Baker Ken Britt Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Britt Reames Britt Reames Brian Rogers Brian Rogers Brian Rogers Rodney Hancock Ron Colvard Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Jonathan Ellis Jonathan Ellis Ryan Owens Wes Wrenn Wes Wrenn Wes Wrenn

Wins

1967 Jim Scott 1968 Jim Scott 1969 Leroy Allen 1970 Three With 5 1971 Doug Pounder 1972 Ray Yeoman 1973 Steve Arrington 1974 Rusty Booth, Mark Mazzucco 1975 Hank Welch 1976 Richard Wieters 1977 Richard Wieters 1978 Mike Pendleton 1979 Frank Galloway 1980 Mike Pendleton, Jeff Barkley 1981 Three With 7 1982 Jeff Barkley, Alan Hurt 1983 Mike Cherry 1984 Chris Bengel 1985 Mike Montei 1986 Mike Montei 1987 Mike Montei 1988 Tripp Blanton 1989 Brad Stowell 1990 Ken Britt 1991 Three With 7 1992 Gettys Glaze 1993 Steve Basch 1994 Brian Callahan 1995 Britt Reames 1996 Brian Rogers 1997 Brian Rogers, Brian Wiley

75.1 86.2 82.1 99.1 85.2 71.0 109.0 90.1 79.1 72.1 104.1 98 72.0 95.1 119.0 110.0 92.1 113.1 89.2 82.2 136.1 94.0 97.1 104.2 87.0 4 5 7 5 10 7 5 5 8 6 7 9 9 7 7 9 12 6 9 9 7 8 7 10 7 8 6 7 10 6 8

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Shutouts

1967 Jim Scott, Al Imertreijs 1968 Doug Pounder 1969 Jim Scott 1970 Leroy Allen 1971 Steve Arrington 1972 Ray Yeoman 1973 Three with 1 each 1974 Rusty Booth 1975 Hank Welch 1976 Dennis Wyszynski 1977 Richard Wieters 1978 Mike Pendleton 1979 Frank Galloway 1980 Mike Pendleton 1981 Jeff Barkley 1982 Mike Cherry 1983 David Mills 1984 David Mills, Clifton Jones 1985 Russell Arnold 1986 Mike Montei 1987 None 1988 Three With 1 1989 Matt Gore 1990 Richard Shirer 1991 Ken Britt 1992 Gettys Glaze 1993 Steve Basch 1994 Donald Morillo 1995 Three with 1 1996 Brian Rogers, Jay Reames 1997 Brian Wiley 1998 Rodney Hancock, Brian Rogers 1999 Rodney Hancock 2000 None 2001 Eric Talbert 2002 T.A. Fulmer 2003 Matt Hamer 2004 Jonathan Ellis 2005 None 2006 None 2007 Matt Crim 2008 None 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

2 3 2 2 3 2 1 2 2 1 3 4 4 2 3 3 3 2 1 2 1 2 3 3 5 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 1

Saves

NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE Mark Mazzucco Bill Wieters Hank Welch

4 3 2

Link Saunders recorded a school record 15 saves in 2006.

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Britt Reames was a standout pitcher for The Citadel before going on to pitch for the St. Louis Cardinals, Oakland A’s, Montreal Expos and Pittsburgh Pirates. 1976 Garry Reichlmayr 1977 Garry Reichlmayr 1978 Three With 2 1979 Fred Jordan 1980 Three with 1 1981 Jeff Barkley 1982 Mike Cherry, Bill Sullivan 1983 Rich Collins 1984 Rich Collins 1985 Rich Collins 1986 Jamie Furr 1987 Mike Montei, Tripp Blanton 1988 Tripp Blanton 1989 Tripp Blanton 1990 Hank Kraft 1991 Hank Kraft 1992 Hank Kraft 1993 Three with 3 1994 Donald Morillo 1995 Donald Morillo 1996 Tom Martin 1997 Tom Martin 1998 Tom Martin 1999 Jay Morgan 2000 Jay Morgan 2001 Randy Corn 2002 Randy Corn 2003 Shannon Sprouse 2004 Shannon Sprouse 2005 Link Saunders 2006 Link Saunders 2007 Link Saunders 2008 Matt Reifsnider 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Strikeouts

Al Imertreijs Doug Pounder Doug Pounder Leroy Allen Doug Pounder Steve Arrington Steve Arrington Rusty Booth Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Richard Wieters Mike Pendleton Mike Pendleton Jeff Barkley Jeff Barkley Mike Cherry Mike Cherry Clifton Jones Mike Montei Mike Montei Mike Montei Jamie Furr Jamie Furr Billy Baker Ken Britt Gettys Glaze Steve Basch Britt Reames Britt Reames Brian Rogers Brian Wiley Brian Rogers, Brian Wiley

2 2 2 5 1 1 2 1 6 4 2 2 6 6 7 9 12 3 9 13 7 7 8 7 10 12 13 7 4 4 15 7 9 48 57 50 79 65 68 93 70 62 41 73 98 91 57 88 106 132 41 57 43 56 70 51 72 74 104 59 135 123 71 95 159

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Brian Wiley Kyle Bunn Eric Talbert T.A. Fulmer Ken Egleton Jonathan Ellis Ryan Owens Justin Smith Wes Wrenn Asher Wojciechowski

Walks

1967 Al Imertreijs 1968 Jim Scott 1969 Leroy Allen 1970 Leroy Allen 1971 Steve Arrington 1972 Ray Yeoman 1973 Steve Arrington 1974 Mark Mazzucco 1975 Hank Welch 1976 Richard Wieters 1977 Richard Wieters 1978 Martin Rivera 1979 Mike Pendleton 1980 Martin Rivera 1981 Jeff Barkley 1982 Frank Wodoslawsky 1984 Chris Bengel 1985 Chris Bengel 1986 Chris Bengel, Matt Gore 1987 Jamie Furr 1988 Jamie Furr 1989 Jamie Furr 1990 Brad Stowell 1991 Brad Stowell 1992 Ken Britt 1993 Vic Correll 1994 Britt Reames 1995 Britt Reames 1996 Chris Sica 1997 Brian Wiley 1998 Brian Wiley 1999 Brian Wiley 2000 Eric Talbert 2001 Eric Talbert 2002 Raymond Jenkins 2003 Ken Egleton 2004 Jonathan Ellis, Ken Egleton 2005 Ryan Owens 2006 Ryan Owens 2007 Justin Smith 2008 Asher Wojciechowski

150 74 96 96 73 131 73 94 61 78 28 25 28 38 25 69 30 31 35 34 21 36 45 41 25 40 35 56 31 40 65 38 40 38 30 43 48 37 39 41 59 56 28 28 34 31 39 55 41 45 40

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Tom McElwee Frank Galloway Dwight Butler Alan Hurt Tony Ramsay David Mills Rich Collins Mike Montei Matt Barkley Mike Montei Brad Stowell Channing Proctor Bart Mays Kevin McGarvey Hank Kraft Donald Morillo Britt Reames Donald Morillo Tom Martin Tom Martin Tom Martin Rodney Hancock Eric Talbert Eric Talbert Randy Corn John Pollock Jonathan Ellis Link Saunders Justin Smith Link Saunders Brett Bull, Asher Wojciechowski

1.46 1.00 1.50 1.85 1.80 1.13 1.70 3.74 1.93 3.99 4.67 1.75 1.86 1.74 1.64 1.60 2.16 1.60 3.36 3.25 2.62 3.11 2.76 2.06 1.37 1.42 2.18 3.15 3.14 3.00 4.50

Rodney Hancock led the Bulldogs in shutouts in 1998 and 1999.

Earned Run Average

(Min. 9 innings pitched) 1967 NOT AVAILABLE 1968 NOT AVAILABLE 1969 NOT AVAILABLE 1970 Ed Bartis 1971 Doug Pounder 1972 Rusty Booth 1973 Steve Arrington 1974 Hank Welch 1975 Hank Welch 1976 Richard Wieters 1977 Richard Wieters

1.96 1.28 0.95 0.96 1.69 2.58 1.60 1.69

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GAMES PLAYED 1. Chris Ard 67 1. Chip Cannon 67 1. Will Coker 67 4. David Beckley 66 4. Garrick Haltiwanger 66 4. Jermaine Shuler 66 4. Jon Aughey 66 4. Josh Stackley 66 9. David Griffin 62 9. Philip Hartig 62 9. Andy Phillips 62 AT BATS 1. Josh Stackley 274 2. Chris Ard 268 3. Philip Hartig 261 4. Chris Swauger 256 5. Chris Ard 254 6. Jon Aughey 253 7. Philip Hartig 252 7. Philip Hartig 252 9. Tavy Smalls 251 10. David Beckley 250 10. Jon Aughey 250 RUNS SCORED 1. Chris Morris 81 2. Jerry Simmons 71 2. Terrence Smalls 71 4. Anthony Jenkins 70 5. Chip Cannon 69 6. Zach Brown 69 7. Mike Knox 66 8. David Beckley 65 9. Philip Hartig 64 10. Jon Aughey 62 HITS 1. Philip Hartig 99 2. Philip Hartig 94 3. Philip Hartig 91 4. Terrence Smalls 90 4. Chris Ard 90 4. Sonny Meade 90 7. Anthony Jenkins 89 7. Chris Ard 89 9. Lee Glaze 88 9. Terrence Smalls 88 TOTAL BASES 1. Philip Hartig 175 2. Philip Hartig 171 3. Philip Hartig 166 4. Anthony Jenkins 161 5. Chip Cannon 158 6. Chris Swauger 150 7. Zach Brown 148 8. Jerry Simmons 147 8. Chris Swauger 147 10. Philip Hartig 143

2004 2004 2004 1994 1994 1994 2004 2004 2001 2001 2001 2004 2004 1999 2007 2005 2004 2000 2001 1999 1994 2003 2000 1997 1998 1990 2004 2007 1982 1996 1999 2004 2000 1999 2001 1998 2005 2008 1990 2003 1986 1997 2000 1999 2001 1990 2004 2007 2007 1997 2006 1998

DOUBLES 1. Aaron Haigler 25 2. Tavy Smalls 24 3. Philip Hartig 23 4. Ryan Butler 22 5. Chris Swauger 21 5. Zach Brown 21 6. Philip Hartig 20 6. Chip Cannon 20 7. Chris Lemonis 19 7. Dale Sistare 19 7. Sonny Meade 19 TRIPLES 1. Chris Swauger 10 2. Kip Hagwood 7 3. Bill White 6 3. Billy Baker 6 3. Vic Correll 6 3. Philip Hartig 6 7. Gary Reichlmayr 5 7. Jason Rychlick 5 7. David Beckley 5 7. Matt Matulia 5 7. Josh Stackley 5 HOME RUNS 1. Philip Hartig 17 1. Philip Hartig 17 1. Chip Cannon 17 4. Anthony Jenkins 16 4. Philip Hartig 16 6. Richard Jones 15 6. Chris Swauger 15 8. Jerry Simmons 14 8. Philip Hartig 14 10. Zach Brown 13 RUNS BATTED IN 1. Philip Hartig 86 2. Philip Hartig 73 3. Philip Hartig 69 4. Anthony Jenkins 68 4. Ryan Butler 68 4. Jerry Simmons 68 7. Chris Lemonis 66 7. Chip Cannon 66 9. Philip Hartig 62 10. Richard Jones 61 BATTING AVERAGE (min. 40 at bats)

1. Bill White .474 2. Tim Jones .429 3. Lee Glaze .425 4. Billy Swails .420 5. Richard Wieters .418 6. Buster Holland .413 7. Kip Hagwood .402 8. Chance Smith .400 9. Anthony Jenkins .397 10. Chris Ard .396

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STOLEN BASES 1. Chris Morris 84 2. Chris Morris 52 3. Terrence Smalls 49 4. Tim Jones 46 5. Mike Knox 39 5. David Beckley 39 7. Dan McDonnell 38 8. David Beckley 37 9. Terrence Smalls 33 10. Mike Knox 32 TIMES STRUCK OUT 1. Jason Randall 67 2. Kyle Jordan 65 3. Will Coker 63 4. Jon Aughey 62 4. Kyle Jordan 62 6. Jason Randall 61 7. Jason Randall 60 7. Richard Jones 60 9. Richard Jones 58 10. Dale Sistare 57 10. Ken Lott 57 TIMES WALKED 1. Chip Cannon 71 2. Dan McDonnell 63 3. Dan McDonnell 62 4. Chris Morris 57 5. Dan McDonnell 53 6. Ken Vickery 52 7. Chris Swauger 51 8. Bo Betchman 49 9. Billy Swails 48 10. Chris Morris 47

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2000 1999 2001 1990 1997 1997 1993 2004 1998 2007

1982 1985 1986 1989 1976 1969 1980 2005 1990 2003 Chip Cannon tied Philip Hartig’s school-record mark of 17 home runs in 2004.

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INNINGS PITCHED 1. Jonathan Ellis 136.1 2. Brian Rogers 119.0 3. Eric Talbert 113.1 4. Rodney Hancock 110.0 5. Billy Baker 109.0 6. Wes Wrenn 104.2 7. Britt Reames 104.1 8. Ken Egleton 100.0 9. Mike Montei 99.1 10. Frank Galloway 98.2 WINS 1. Mike Cherry 12 1. Jonathan Ellis 12 3. Ron Colvard 11 4. Doug Pounder 10 4. Ken Britt 10 4. Britt Reames 10 4. Rodney Hancock 10 8. Mike Pendleton 9 8. Frank Galloway 9 8. Jeff Barkley 9 8. Alan Hunt 9 8. Mike Montei 9 8. Mike Montei 9 8. Rodney Hancock 9 8. Matt Hamer 9 SHUTOUTS 1. Gettys Glaze 5 2. Mike Pendleton 4 2. Frank Galloway 4 4. Doug Pounder 3 4. Steve Arrington 3 4. Richard Wieters 3 4. Jeff Barkley 3 4. Mike Cherry 3 4. David Mills 3 4. Richard Shirer 3 4. Ken Britt 3 4. Donald Morillo 3 4. Eric Talbert 3 4. T.A. Fulmer 3 1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 6. 7. 7. 7. 9.

SAVES Link Saunders Donald Morillo Randy Corn Hank Kraft Randy Corn Jay Morgan Hank Kraft Donald Morillo Matt Reifsnider Tom Martin

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STRIKEOUTS 1. Brian Rogers 159 1. Brian Wiley 159 3. Brian Wiley 150 4. Britt Reames 135 5. Mike Cherry 132 6. Jonathan Ellis 131 7. Dick Almes 127 8. Britt Reames 123 8. Rodney Hancock 123 10. Buster Holland 113 WALKS 1. Ray Yeoman 69 2. Jamie Furr 65 3. Brian Wiley 59 4. Chris Bengel 56 4. Brian Wiley 56 6. Ryan Owens 55 7. Ken Egleton 52 8. Britt Reames 48 9. Mike Pendleton 45 9. Mike Cherry 45 9. Justin Smith 45 ERA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 10.

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Rusty Booth Steve Arrington Frank Galloway David Mills Doug Pounder Randy Corn John Pollock Tom McElwee Dwight Butler Richard Wieters Donald Morillo Donald Morillo

0.95 0.96 1.00 1.13 1.28 1.37 1.42 1.46 1.50 1.60 1.60 1.60

1998 1998 1999 1994 1983 2004 1959 1995 1999 1966 1972 1988 1998 1985 1999 2005 2005 1994 1979 1983 2007

1972 1973 1979 1983 1971 2002 2003 1978 1980 1976 1993 1995

2006 1995 2002 1992 2001 2000 1991 1994 2008 1998

Ryan Owens started 17 games for the Bulldogs in 2006.

Jonathan Ellis tied Mike Cherry’s school-record mark of 12 wins in 2004.

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The Baseball HistoryCitadel and Records Career Leaders GAMES PLAYED 1. Philip Hartig 239 1998-01 2. Terrence Smalls 238 1995-98 3. Chris Swauger 237 2005-08 4. David Beckley 236 1993-96 4. Bo Betchman 236 1994-97 4. Matt Matulia 236 2003-06 7. Josh Stackley 232 2002-05 8. Ryan Butler 230 1994-97 8. Chris Ard 230 2002-05 10. Jermaine Shuler 226 1991-94 AT BATS 1. Philip Hartig 983 1998-01 2. Chris Swauger 934 2005-08 3. Terrence Smalls 918 1995-98 4. Chris Ard 891 2002-05 5. Josh Stackley 882 2002-05 6. Jon Aughey 877 2002-05 7. David Beckley 875 1993-96 7. Bo Betchman 875 1994-97 7. Matt Mautlia 875 2003-06 10. Ryan Butler 797 1994-97 RUNS 1. Philip Hartig 229 1998-01 2. Terrence Smalls 222 1995-98 3. Chris Swauger 211 2005-08 4. David Beckley 198 1993-96 5. Bo Betchman 189 1994-97 6. Jon Aughey 185 2002-05 7. Anthony Jenkins 179 1989-92 8. Stuart Jordan 168 1998-01 9. Chris Ard 167 2002-05 10. Dan McDonnell 165 1989-92 HITS 1. Philip Hartig 360 1998-01 2. Chris Swauger 314 2005-08 3. Chris Ard 296 2002-05 4. Terrence Smalls 295 1995-98 5. Bo Betchman 291 1994-97 6. Jon Aughey 266 2002-05 7. Matt Matulia 258 2003-06 8. David Beckley 257 1993-96 8. Josh Stackley 257 2002-05 10. Sonny Meade 251 2006-pres. TOTAL BASES 1. Philip Hartig 655 1998-01 2. Chris Swauger 531 2005-08 3. Anthony Jenkins 417 1987-90 4. Jon Aughey 406 2002-05 5. Chris Swauger 402 2005-08 6. Josh Stackley 400 2002-05 7. Chip Cannon 399 2001-04 8. Bo Betchman 388 1994-97 9. Ryan Butler 374 1994-97 10. Chris Ard 371 2002-05 DOUBLES 1. Philip Hartig 75 1998-01 2. Chris Swauger 71 2005-08 3. Bo Betchman 60 1994-97 4. Jon Aughey 56 2002-05 5. Curt Beerman 54 1994-97 6. Stuart Jordan 52 1998-01

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7. Aaron Haigler 51 1996-99 8. Ryan Butler 50 1994-97 9. Josh Stackley 49 2002-05 10. Tavy Smalls 48 1997-00 10. Matt Matulia 48 2003-06 10. Sonny Meade 48 2006-pres. TRIPLES 1. Chris Swauger 16 2005-08 2. Anthony Jenkins 14 1987-90 2. Philip Hartig 14 1998-01 5. Billy Bake 13 1987-90 5. David Beckley 13 1993-96 7. Buddy Ward 11 1986-89 7. Bo Betchman 11 1994-97 7. Josh Stackley 11 2002-05 10. Vic Correll 10 1990-93 10. Curt Beerman 10 1994-97 10. Jerry Simmons 10 1995-98 10. Matt Matulia 10 2003-06 HOME RUNS 1. Philip Hartig 64 1998-01 2. Chip Cannon 40 2001-04 3. Chris Swauger 38 2005-08 4. Anthony Jenkins 32 1987-90 5. Jerry Simmons 30 1995-98 6. Richard Jones 26 2007-pres. 7. Garrick Haltiwanger 25 1994-96 8. Josh Stackley 24 2002-05 9. Chris Lemonis 23 1989-93 9. Ryan Butler 23 1994-97 RUNS BATTED IN 1. Philip Hartig 290 1998-01 2. Anthony Jenkins 180 1987-90 3. Jerry Simmons 177 1995-98 4. Chris Swauger 173 2005-08 5. Chip Cannon 169 2001-04 6. Lee Glaze 163 1983-86 7. Bo Betchman 162 1994-97 8. Billy Baker 159 1987-90 9. Stuart Jordan 157 1998-01 10. Curt Beerman 156 1994-97 10. Aaron Haigler 156 1996-99

BATTING AVERAGE (Min. 100 AB) 1. Bill White (127-393) .433 1980-82 2. Mike Matulia (155-425) .365 1980-83 2. Philip Hartig (360-983) .365 1998-01 4. Randy Sullivan (114-323) .353 1985-86 5. Tim Jones (185-526) .352 1982-85 6. Anthony Jenkins (248-708) .350 1987-90 7. Mike Knox (167-479) .349 1980-82 8. Lee Glaze (243-697) .349 1983-86 9. Buster Holland (86-249) .345 1967-69 10. Kip Hagwood (121-351) .345 1978-81 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (Min. 100 AB) 1. Philip Hartig (655-983) .667 1998-01 2. Bill White (193-293) .658 1980-82 3. Gary Reichlmayr (60-101) .594 1975-78 4. Anthony Jenkins (417-708) .589 1987-90 5. Chip Cannon (399-685) .582 2001-04 6. Jerry Simmons (369-673) .548 1995-98 7. Dallas McPherson (306-562) .544 1999-01 8. Chris Swauger (531-934) .539 2005-08 9. Chris Lemonis (332-617) .538 1989-93 10. Richard Wieters (228-431) .529 1974-77 TIMES STRUCK OUT 1. Jason Randall 214 2000-03 2. Jon Aughey 195 2002-05 3. David Beckley 193 1993-96 4. Josh Stackley 179 2002-05 5. Matt Matulia 176 2003-06 6. Philip Hartig 158 1998-01 6. Stuart Jordan 158 1998-01 8. Curt Beerman 157 1994-97 9. Chip Cannon 146 2001-04 10. Ryan Butler 145 1994-97 TIMES WALKED 1. Dan McDonnell 185 1989-92 2. Bo Betchman 174 1994-97 3. Chip Cannon 156 2001-04 4. Chris Swauger 140 2005-08 5. Stuart Jordan 135 1998-01 6. Billy Swails 127 1986-89 6. David Beckley 127 1993-96 8. Ken Vickery 126 1983-86 9. Chris Morris 124 1998-00 10. Anthony Jenkins 123 1987-90 STOLEN BASES 1. Chris Morris 147 1998-00 2. Terrence Smalls 115 1995-98 3. David Beckley 103 1993-96 4. Dan McDonnell 99 1989-92 5. Mike Knox 86 1980-82 5. Tim Jones 86 1982-85 7. Marty Blair 73 1980-83 7. Bo Betchman 73 1994-97 9. Michael Harris 72 1998-00 10. John Stephens 66 1985-88

Terrence Smalls scored 222 runs in his career at The Citadel, the second most in school history.

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Career Leaders INNINGS PITCHED 1. Brian Wiley 316.1 1996-99 2. Mike Montei 315.0 1984-87 3. Ken Britt 294.2 1989-92 4. Billy Baker 293.2 1987-90 5. Mike Pendleton 292.1 1978-81 6. T.A. Fulmer 290.2 1999-02 7. Wes Wrenn 289.0 2006-pres. 8. Ken Egleton 288.2 2003-06 9. Jeff Barkley 280.2 1979-82 10. Brian Rogers 276.1 1996-98 WINS 1. Mike Montei 30 1984-87 2. Mike Pendleton 29 1978-81 3. Brian Wiley 26 1996-99 4. Ken Britt 25 1989-92 4. Brian Callahan 25 1993-96 6. Jeff Barkley 24 1979-82 6. Steve Basch 24 1990-93 8. Mike Cherry 23 1981-83 9. Doug Pounder 22 1968-71 9. Alan Hurt 22 1980-83 9. Brad Stowell 22 1988-91 Brian Rogers struck out 322 batters during his ca9. Rodney Hancock 22 1997-99 reer from 1996-98. APPEARANCES EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. Tom Martin 112 1995-98 (Min. 50 IP) 2. Matt Hamer 108 1999-03 1. Ray Yeoman 1.37 1971-72 3. Donald Morillo 98 1992-95 (16 ER in 105.1 IP) 4. Justin Smith 94 2004-07 2. Steve Arrington 1.72 1970-73 5. Jon Hinkle 89 1992-95 (37 ER in 194 IP) 5. Link Saunders 89 2003-07 3. Randy Corn 1.77 1999-02 7. Hank Kraft 87 1989-92 (27 ER in 137.2 IP) 8. Shannon Sprouse 81 2002-05 4. Jim Scott 1.94 1967-69 9. T.A. Fulmer 80 1999-02 (43 ER in 199.1 IP) 10. Tripp Blanton 78 1986-89 5. Ed Bartis 1.96 1970 (10 ER in 51 IP) GAMES STARTED 6. Doug Pounder 1.99 1968-71 1. Brian Callahan 53 1993-96 (57 ER in 257.2 IP) 1. Brian Wiley 53 1996-99 7. Hank Kraft 2.02 1989-02 3. Billy Baker 46 1989-92 (28 ER in 118.1 IP) 3. Ken Britt 46 1989-92 5. Matt Gore 45 1986-89 5. Ken Egleton 45 2003-06 SHUTOUTS 5. Wes Wrenn 45 2006-pres. 1. Donald Morillo 9 1992-95 8. Steve Basch 43 1990-93 2. Mike Pendleton 7 1978-81 9. Brian Rogers 42 1996-98 3. Doug Pounder 6 1968-71 9. Matt Crim 42 2006-pres. 3. Frank Galloway 6 1976-79 3. Steve Basch 6 1990-93 COMPLETE GAMES 6. Jim Scott 5 1967-69 1. Jeff Barkley 23 1979-82 6. Richard Wieters 5 1974-77 2. Mike Pendleton 22 1978-81 6. Martin Rivera 5 1977-80 3. Doug Pounder 20 1968-71 6. Jeff Barkley 5 1979-82 4. Steve Arrington 18 1970-73 6. David Mills 5 1981-84 4. Mike Montei 18 1984-87 6. Richard Wieters 15 1974-77 7. Jim Scott 14 1967-69 7. Ken Britt 14 1989-92 9. John Ellis 11 2002-04 10. Wes Wrenn 5 2006-pres.

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A standout hitter and pitcher, Donald Morillo was credited with 26 saves in his career from 1992-95.

6. Gettys Glaze 6. Jon Hinkle 6. Eric Talbert

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SAVES 1. Hank Kraft 29 1989-92 2. Donald Morillo 26 1992-95 2. Link Saunders 26 2003-07 4. Randy Corn 25 2000-02 5. Tom Martin 22 1995-98 6. Jay Morgan 17 1997-00 7. Tripp Blanton 14 1986-89 8. Gettys Glaze 12 1989-92 9. Shannon Sprouse 12 2002-05 10. Rich Collins 11 1982-85 10. Matt Reifsnider 11 2007-pres. STRIKEOUTS 1. Brian Wiley 431 1996-99 2. Brian Rogers 322 1996-98 3. Mike Pendleton 298 1978-81 4. Britt Reames 296 1993-95 5. T.A. Fulmer 264 1999-02 6. Ken Egleton 261 2003-06 7. Mike Cherry 257 1981-83 8. Rodney Hancock 256 1997-99 9. Brian Callahan 242 1993-96 10. Justin Smith 239 2004-07 WALKS 1. Brian Wiley 194 1996-99 2. Jamie Furr 163 1986-89 3. Chris Bengel 153 1984-87 4. Mike Pendleton 140 1978-81 4. Ken Egleton 140 2003-06 6. Brad Stowell 137 1988-91 7. Brian Callahan 131 1993-96 8. Ryan Owens 128 2003-06 9. Justin Smith 125 2004-07 10. Martin Rivera 118 1977-80

Ken Egleton started 45 games in his career from 2003-06.

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Jon Aughey

Curt Beerman

AA A Adden, D.T. . ........................................................... 1973 Albano, Frank ......................................................... 1979 Allen, A.J. ............................................................... 1968 Allen, Leroy ..................................................1968-69-70 Altman, Bryan...................................................2007-08 Altman, Chris .......................................... 2002-03-04-05 Ange, Michael . ..................................................1975-76 Anderson, Ryan . .................................................... 1998 Applebee, Steven ..............................................1977-79 Ard, Chris ............................................... 2002-03-04-05 Arnold, Matt ............................................ 2005-06-07-08 Arnold, Russell ..................................................1985-86 Arrington, Steve . ..........................................1981-82-83 Aughey, Jon . .......................................... 2002-03-04-05 B BB Baker, Billy . ............................................ 1987-88-89-90 Barkley, Jeff ............................................ 1979-80-81-82 Barkley, Matt . ......................................... 1985-86-87-88 Bartis, Ed ...........................................................1969-70 Basch, Steve .......................................... 1990-91-92-93 Bauer, Jeff .............................................................. 1967 Bean, Ronald . ........................................................ 1973 Beasley, Aaron ....................................................... 2006 Beckham, Griff . ...................................... 2002-03-04-05 Beckley, David ...................................... 1993-94-95-96 Beecher, Andy ..............................................1985-86-87 Beerman, Curt ........................................ 1994-95-96-97 Belk, Hudson .......................................................... 2001 Bengel, Chris .......................................... 1984-85-86-87 Benton, Ryan . ........................................................ 2001 Betchman, Bo ......................................... 1994-95-96-97 Bills, G.R. ..........................................................1964-65 Black, Mike ...................................................1988-89-90 Blackwell, Jerry .................................................1967-68 Blair, Marty ............................................. 1980-81-82-83 Blanton, Tripp ......................................... 1986-87-88-89 Bledsoe, John . .............................................1968-69-70 Booth, Rusty ........................................... 1971-72-73-74 Boyce, Chris.......................................................... 2008 Branham, Mike ....................................... 1987-88-89-90 Bridges, Doug . ....................................................... 1995 Breedlove, J.H. ..................................................1964-65 Britt, Ken . .....................................................1989-90-91 Brown, Zach ........................................... 2004-05-06-07 Bull, Brett ......................................................2006-07-08 Bunn, Kyle .........................................................1998-99 Bunt, Walter . ................................................1967-68-69 Burgess, Evan ..............................................2003-04-05 Burks, Donnie ......................................................... 1993 Burns, Bryan . ......................................... 1968-69-70-71 Burt, Mark ............................................... 1976-77-78-79 Butler, Dwight ...............................................1980-81-82 Butler, Ryan ............................................ 1994-95-96-97 Byrd, Billy ............................................................... 1971 Byrd, Daryl . ............................................ 1998-99-00-01 C CC Caldwell, Cornell ..........................................1990-91-92 Callahan, Brian .............................................1993-94-95 Callen, M. ............................................................... 1968 Campbell, W.C. .................................................1971-72 Cannon, Chip ......................................... 2001-02-03-04 Cappelmann, Tripp ................................. 2003-04-05-06 Chappell, David ............................................1976-77-78 Cheathum, G.R. ................................................1964-65 Cherry, Mike .................................................1981-82-83 Cheslak, Mark ..............................................1977-78-79 Coker, Chris . .......................................... 1987-88-89-90 Coker, Will .............................................. 2002-03-04-05 Collins, Cecil . ......................................................... 1998 Collins, Rich .................................................1983-84-85 Colvard, Ron ................................................1997-98-99

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Brook Dantzler

Ricky Green

Compton, Warren ................................................... 1973 Congello, Oberdan ................................................. 1991 Conroy, D.P. . .......................................................... 1966 Cook, Gerald .......................................................... 1969 Cooper, Randy ....................................... 1974-75-76-77 Copenhaver, Raymond....................................2007-08 Cordell, Chuck ........................................ 1971-72-73-74 Corn, James ........................................................... 2002 Corn, Randy .................................................2000-01-02 Correll, Vic .............................................. 1990-91-92-93 Couch, Graham .................................................2006-07 Covington, Matt ...................................... 2003-04-05-06 Cowsert, Brian ........................................ 1985-86-87-88 Cribb, John ............................................. 1991-92-93-94 Crim, Matt ....................................................2006-07-08 Crosby, Dan . ................................................1993-94-95 Crosby, Marty ...............................................1977-78-79 Culbertson, H.G. . ..............................................1964-65 D DD Dangerfield, Johnny.............................................. 2008 Dantzler, Brook .............................................2001-02-03 Danzig, J. .............................................................. 1972 Darnell, Mike .....................................................1995-96 Davis, Chris .......................................................1976-77 Davis, Joe . ...................................................1970-71-72 de Roos, Kristiaan .................................................. 1998 Dean, Matt .............................................. 1999-00-01-02 Dennis, Don . .......................................................... 1982 Diener, C.E. ............................................................ 1971 Diket, Al .................................................. 1975-76-77-78 Dossett, Michael ...........................................1974-75-76 Dotson, Gene ......................................... 1973-74-75-76 Dover, F.W. ............................................................. 1971 Dubose, C.L. .......................................................... 1971 Durham, Kevin . ...................................... 1995-96-97-98 E EE Eaves, Chris .................................................2004-05-06 Eckert, Chris ........................................... 1998-99-00-01 Egleton, Ken ........................................... 2003-04-05-06 Egleton, Mark ......................................... 2003-04-05-06 Ellis, Jonathan ..............................................2002-03-04 Elvington, Scott ............................................1990-91-92 Emery, Doug . ......................................................... 1984 Erickson, Todd ........................................ 1973-74-75-76 Estes, George ........................................................ 1971 FFF Fairey, David .......................................... 1976-77-78-79 Fallaw, Sid ...................................................2006-07-08 Feaster, Kenny ....................................... 1972-73-74-75 Felder, Brad............................................................. 2008 Finkelstein, Joe .................................................1982-83 Fishel, Steve . ......................................... 1970-71-72-73 Flock, John ...................................................1965-66-67 Foltz, L.F. ...........................................................1964-65 Franco, Vinnie ..............................................1978-79-80 Frangioni, R.K. ..................................................1965-66 Fulmer, T.A. ............................................ 1999-00-01-02 Furr, Jamie ............................................. 1986-87-88-89 GGG Gabriel, L.B. ........................................................... 1966 Gaetke, Mark .......................................... 1975-76-77-78 Gainey, M.S. ........................................................... 1973 Galloway, Frank . .................................... 1976-77-78-79 Gamble, Johnny ..................................................... 1986 Garcia, Orlando ...................................................... 2001 Gensler, C.O. . ........................................................ 1971 Chris Gibson . ....................................................1996-97 Glaze, Gettys . ........................................ 1989-90-91-92 Glaze, Lee .............................................. 1983-84-85-86 Gordon, Doby ......................................................... 1970

Garrick Haltiwanger

Hank Kraft

Gordon, Donald ...................................................... 1978 Gore, Matt .............................................. 1986-87-88-89 Graham, Eddie ....................................................... 1991 Green, Ricky . ......................................... 1984-85-86-87 Griffin, David . ......................................... 1999-00-01-02 Griffin, Tom ........................................................1983-84 H HH Hagwood, Kip ...............................................1979-80-81 Haight, Jim ............................................. 1971-72-73-74 Haigler, Aaron ......................................... 1996-97-98-99 Haltiwanger, Garrick .....................................1994-95-96 Haltiwanger, Sherwyn . ......................................1996-97 Hamer, Matt ............................................ 1999-01-02-03 Hancock, Rodney .........................................1997-98-99 Hardwick, Rick . ...................................... 1983-84-85-86 Harrelson, Randy ..............................................1973-74 Harris, Michael ..................................................1998-99 Harrison, John ..............................................1991-92-93 Hartig, Philip ........................................... 1998-99-00-01 Hatley, Tom . ........................................................... 1981 Hawkins, Mike ........................................ 1974-75-76-77 Hayden, Hal . ................................................1990-91-92 Hayslip, Cal .......................................................1970-71 Hedges, Johnny ..................................................... 1999 Heller, R. . ..........................................................1968-69 Hicks, J.E. .............................................................. 1973 Higgins, Heath ........................................................ 1999 Hines, Bunky .......................................................... 1985 Hinkle, Jon . ............................................ 1992-93-94-95 Hitchcock, L.G. ....................................................... 1964 Hoerner, S.E. .......................................................... 1973 Hoerter, Joe .......................................................2006-07 Holland, Buster ....................................... 1966-67-68-69 Houle, T. ................................................................. 1968 Howard, Norman .................................... 1992-93-94-95 Hufstetler, Terry ...................................................... 1980 Hughes, Charlie . ...............................................1971-72 Hughes, Rusty ...................................................1994-95 Huneycutt, Chad . ..............................................1996-97 Hurt, Alan . .............................................. 1980-81-82-83 Hutto, Billy .............................................. 1990-91-92-93 Hutto, Larry . ........................................... 1988-89-90-91 III Imertreijs, Al . ................................................1965-66-67 Irvine, Brian .......................................................1966-67 Isaac, Joe .....................................................1967-68-69 Isaac III, Joe ........................................................... 1994 J JJ Jarrell, Rick . ........................................... 1974-75-76-77 Jenkins, Anthony .................................... 1987-88-89-90 Jenkins, Raymond .............................................2001-02 Jennings, W.P. ........................................................ 1971 Johnson, Aaron....................................................... 2008 Johnson, Brad ........................................ 1980-81-82-83 Johnson, Doug ....................................................... 1977 Johnson, Joe .......................................................... 2005 Jones, Clifton . ...................................................1984-85 Jones, Jimmy ....................................................1995-96 Jones, Sr., Richard ................................. 1973-74-75-76 Jones, Jr., Richard...........................................2007-08 Jones, Tim .............................................. 1982-83-84-85 Jordan, Fred . ..............................................1976-77-79 Jordan, Kyle......................................................2007-08 Jordan, Stuart ......................................... 1998-99-00-01 Judson, G.C. .......................................................... 1971 K KK Kellehan, Conrad . ........................................2006-07-08 Kethro, Don .......................................................1968-69 Keyser, Robert . ...................................................... 1977 Kinelski, Stephen . .................................................. 1980

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Michael Mainor

Dallas McPherson

Kirven, Robbie ...................................................1990-91 Kline, Allan . ............................................................ 1967 Knox, Mike . ..................................................1980-81-82 Korpar, Jack ........................................... 1982-83-84-85 Kraft, Hank ............................................. 1989-90-91-92 LLL Lane, Willie ........................................................1981-83 Lanning, Rod .......................................... 1973-74-75-76 Launsbury, E.M. ..................................................... 1971 Lawrence, P.L. ........................................................ 1973 Lecznar, A.J. ........................................................... 1971 Lemonis, Chris ....................................... 1990-91-92-93 Leonard, Larry ........................................ 1973-74-75-76 Linton, T.S. ............................................................. 1966 Livingston, Donald ........................................1986-87-88 Lott, Ken .......................................................1994-95-96 MMM Macdonald, Glenn .................................................. 1972 Machorek, W.C. ...................................................... 1964 Mahaffey, Drew...................................................... 2008 Mainor, Michael .................................................2001-02 Marion, Bob ............................................................ 1981 Martin, Chris .................................................1996-97-98 Martin, Paul ............................................ 1973-74-75-76 Martin, Timmy ...............................................2005-06-08 Martin, Tom . ........................................... 1995-96-97-98 Mashak, Brady ....................................... 2003-04-05-06 Mason, Calvin . .............................................1978-79-80 Matulia, Matt ........................................... 2003-04-05-06 Matulia, Mike .......................................... 1980-81-82-83 Maxwell, Jamie ....................................... 2004-05-06-07 Mays, Bart ....................................................1988-89-90 Mazurkiewicz, Bob ............................................1970-71 Mazzucco, Mark ..................................... 1972-73-74-75 McCallum, Creighton .............................................. 2005 McDonnell, Dan ...................................... 1989-90-91-92 McElwee, Tom ..............................................1978-79-80 McGarvey, Kevin ..........................................1990-91-92 McGillis, Jack ...............................................1970-71-72 McGuiness, Chris.............................................2007-08 McKelvy, Russ ........................................................ 1968 McLaurin, Michael ........................................2004-05-06 McMillan, Kirk ...............................................1991-92-93 McNairy, Doug ..............................................1983-84-85 McPherson, Dallas .......................................1999-00-01 Meade, Sonny .............................................2006-07-08 Meister, Glen ................................................1971-72-73 Mendenhall, Scott . ................................................. 2005 Miller, Doug ............................................................ 1981 Mills, Bobby ............................................................ 1983 Mills, David ............................................. 1981-82-83-84 Mincey, T.W. .................................................1999-00-01 Mobley, M.O. .......................................................... 1972 Montei, Mike ........................................... 1984-85-86-87 Moody, Pat ...................................................1994-95-96 Morehead, A.E. . ..................................................... 1966 Morgan, Jay . ................................................1997-98-99 Morillo, Donald ....................................... 1992-93-94-95 Morris, Choppy .............................................1967-68-69 Morris, Chris ......................................................1998-99 Mullen, Scott . ....................................................1994-95 Munson, E.R. . ........................................................ 1964 Murphy, John .......................................... 1981-82-83-84 N NN Nicholson, Jimmy .........................................1983-84-85 Niedorf, D.S. ........................................................... 1965 OOO Ogburn, Bill . .................................................1965-66-67 Owens, Ryan .......................................... 2003-04-05-06

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John Pollock

Tony Skole

PPP Parker, J.R. . ......................................................1964-65 Pearre, George . ..................................................... 1988 Pendleton, Mike . .................................... 1978-79-80-81 Peterson, Nick ........................................................ 1991 Phillips, Andy .......................................... 2000-01-03-04 Plunkett, Paul ......................................... 1970-71-72-73 Pollock, John .....................................................2001-02 Porter, T.L. .........................................................1964-65 Pounder, Doug .............................................1968-69-71 Price, John ............................................. 1993-94-95-96 Probsdorfer, J.A. . ..............................................1965-66 Proctor, Channing . ............................................1988-89 Prosser, David ..............................................1983-84-85 R RR Ramsay, Tony ......................................... 1979-80-81-82 Randall, Jason . ...................................... 2000-01-02-03 Reames, Britt . ..............................................1993-94-95 Reames, Jay .......................................................... 1996 Reeves, J.E. ........................................................... 1964 Reichlmayr, Garry . ................................. 1975-76-77-78 Reifsnider, Matt.................................................2007-08 Reynolds, Steve ..................................... 1975-76-77-78 Richardson, Blaine .......................................2004-05-06 Richardson, Danny ................................. 1986-87-88-89 Rivera, Martin ...............................................1978-79-80 Rogers, Brian ...............................................1996-97-98 Rogers, Derrick ...................................... 1990-91-92-93 Ross, Mike . ..................................................1968-69-70 Rothlein, A. ............................................................. 1973 Ruus, Edwin ........................................................... 1975 Rychlick, Jason ...................................... 1988-89-90-91 SSS Sakre, Larry ..................................................1968-69-70 Sanders, Brett ...................................................1983-85 Sanders, Ron ......................................... 1969-70-71-72 Saunders, Link .............................................2005-06-07 Savage, Ron . ...............................................1993-94-95 Scott, Jim . ....................................................1967-68-69 Seaman, Bob . ..............................................1967-68-69 Shirer, Richard . ............................................1988-89-90 Shrader, Tracey ...................................... 1979-80-81-82 Shubsda, Brian...................................................... 2008 Shuler, Jermaine .................................... 1991-92-93-94 Siau, L.H. . .............................................................. 1972 Sica, Chris .............................................. 1994-95-96-97 Simmons, Jerry ............................................1996-97-98 Simonelli, Matt..................................................2007-08 Sistare, Dale .................................................1993-94-95 Skinner, W.S. .......................................................... 1972 Skipper, Bryan ........................................................ 1994 Skole, Tony ............................................. 1989-90-91-92 Smalls, Tavy ......................................................1998-99 Smalls, Terrence . ................................... 1995-96-97-98 Smith, Chance ..............................................2005-06-07 Smith, Charlie ......................................................... 1974 Smith, Justin ........................................... 2004-05-06-07 Smith, Larry ............................................................ 1997 Smith, Whitney ..................................................1980-81 Sobczak, Steve .................................................1985-86 Soule, Clayton ........................................................ 2000 Southard, Bo .......................................................... 2002 Sprouse, Shannon . ................................ 2002-03-04-05 Sprowls, Nick....................................................2007-08 Stackley, Josh ........................................ 2002-03-04-05 Stadler, Chris .....................................................1984-85 Steele, W.M. ........................................................... 1966 Steffey, Jim ............................................................. 1987 Stephens, John ..................................... 1985-86-87-88 Stowell, Brad .......................................... 1988-89-90-91 Sturgeon, Kevin .................................................1985-86

Josh Stackley

Ken Vickery

Sullivan, Bill .......................................................1982-83 Sullivan, J.P. ........................................................... 1973 Sullivan, Randy .................................................1985-86 Sumrall, Joe ......................................................1975-77 Swails, Billy ............................................ 1986-87-88-89 Swain, Al . ..........................................................1973-74 Swauger, Chris ....................................... 2005-06-07-08 TTT Talbert, Eric ..................................................2000-01-02 Talley, Matt............................................................. 2008 Tarlton, Dennis .............................................1975-77-78 Taylor, R.E............................................................... 1964 Terry, Ron ............................................... 1970-71-72-73 Thomas, Trey ..............................................2006-07-08 Thompson, Charlie .......................................1971-72-73 Thompson, Joel ...................................... 1984-85-86-87 Tilden, Steve . ....................................................1973-74 Tillman, Ricky ...............................................1985-86-87 Tobin, Phillip ........................................... 1988-89-90-91 VVV Van Slooten, Chad ................................................. 1994 Vickery, Ken . .......................................... 1983-84-85-86 Vickery, Kevin ......................................... 1986-87-88-89 Vincent, D.R. .....................................................1964-65 WWW Wall, Vic . ......................................................1967-68-69 Wallace, Grant . .................................................1995-96 Ward, Buddy . ......................................... 1986-87-88-89 Wardlaw, Marcos .................................................... 1983 Warley, J.C. .......................................................1965-66 Watson, Billy . ...............................................1968-69-70 Weathers, Trent ...................................... 2003-04-05-06 Webb, J.E. ....................................................1964-65-66 Webb, Steve ......................................................1986-88 Welch, Hank ........................................... 1972-73-74-75 White, BIll ..........................................................1981-82 Whittington, Howie ............................................1967-68 Wieters, Billy . ......................................... 1972-73-74-75 Wieters, Richard ..................................... 1974-75-76-77 Wiley, Brian ............................................ 1996-97-98-99 Williams, Paul ....................................................2001-02 Williams, Stephen . ................................. 2004-05-06-07 Williamson, Mel ...................................... 1977-78-79-80 Wilson, Clark .......................................................... 1972 Wise, Jerry ............................................. 1968-69-70-71 Wodoslawsky, Frank ..........................................1981-82 Wojciechowski, Asher........................................... 2008 Wrenn, Wes .................................................2006-07-08 Wysocki, Joe ................................................1967-68-69 Wyszynski, Dennis................................................. 1976 Y YY Yarchever, Randy .........................................1979-81-82 Yeoman, Ray .....................................................1971-72 ZZZ Zito, J.C. ............................................................1964-65

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Eric Talbert, LHP......................2001 Randy Corn, Closer.................2001 Randy Corn, Closer.................2002 Matt Hamer, RP.......................2002 Chris Ard, 3B...........................2003 Chip Cannon, 1B.....................2003 Brook Dantzler, OF..................2003 Matt Hamer, P..........................2003 Chip Cannon, 1B.....................2004 Jonathan Ellis, P......................2004 Josh Stackley, OF....................2004 Chris Swauger, OF..................2006 Sonny Meade, DH..................2006 Zach Brown, 1B.......................2007 Chris Swauger, OF..................2007 Sony Meade, OF....................2007 Richard Jones, DH................2007 Chris Swauger, OF..................2008 Sonny Meade, OF..................2008 All-Southern Conference Tournament Richard Shirer, P.....................1990 Gettys Glaze, C.......................1990 Billy Baker, OF.........................1990 Gettys Glaze, DH....................1992 Chris Lemonis, 1B...................1993 Dale Sistare, OF......................1993 Britt Reames, P.......................1994 Jermaine Shuler, SS................1994 Bo Betchman, 3B....................1994 Garrick Haltiwanger, OF..........1994 Donald Morillo, DH..................1994 Britt Reames, P.......................1995 David Beckley, 2B....................1995 Dale Sistare, OF......................1995 Garrick Haltiwanger, OF..........1995 Terrence Smalls, SS................1996 Bo Betchman, 3B....................1996 Ryan Butler, 1B.......................1997 Rodney Hancock, OF..............1997 Jay Morgan, C.........................1998 Brian Rogers, P.......................1998 Philip Hartig, 1B.......................1998 Terrence Smalls, SS................1998 Aaron Haigler, 3B....................1998 Kevin Durham, OF...................1998 Rodney Hancock, P.................1999 Philip Hartig, 1B.......................1999 Tavy Smalls, 2B.......................1999 Michael Harris, SS...................1999 Brook Dantzler,OF...................2001 Dallas McPherson, 3B.............2001 Randy Corn, Closer.................2001 Chris Ard, 3B...........................2004 Jon Aughey, 2B........................2004 Chip Cannon, 1B.....................2004 Matt Covington, OF.................2004 Mark Egleton, DH....................2004 Jonathan Ellis, P......................2004 Andy Phillips, OF.....................2004 Matt Matulia, SS .....................2005 Chris Swauger, OF..................2006 Sonny Meade, DH..................2006 Richard Jones, C...................2007 Zach Brown, 1B.......................2007 Chris Swauger, OF..................2007 Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year Ken Britt...................................1990 Gettys Glaze............................1992 Brian Wiley..............................1999 Eric Talbert...............................2001

Randy Corn.............................2002 Jonathan Ellis..........................2004 Southern Conference Player of the Year Richard Wieters.......................1976 Richard Wieters.......................1977 Bill White.................................1982 Mike Cherry.............................1983 Philip Hartig.............................2001 Southern Conference Coach of the Year Chal Port.................................1975 Chal Port.................................1979 Chal Port.................................1982 Chal Port.................................1983 Chal Port.................................1990 Chal Port.................................1991 Fred Jordan............................1995 Fred Jordan............................1999 Fred Jordan............................2002 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year Gettys Glaze............................1990 Rodney Hancock.....................1997 Philip Hartig.............................1998 Trent Weathers........................2003 Richard Jones........................2007 Southern Conference Tournament MVP Billy Baker...............................1990 Jermaine Shuler......................1994 Donald Morillo.........................1995 Brian Rogers...........................1998 Rodney Hancock.....................1999 Randy Corn.............................2001 Jonathan Ellis..........................2004 Southern Conference Players of the Week Gettys Glaze (3/26).................1989 Billy Swails (4/9)......................1989 Anthony Jenkins (3/11)............1990 Jason Rhychlick (Wk. 7)..........1991 Jermaine Shuler (Wk. 3)..........1992 Chris Lemonis (Wk. 3).............1993 Bo Betchman (Wk. 7)..............1995 Bo Betchman (Wk. 9)..............1996 Curt Beerman (Wk. 5).............1996 Jerry Simmons (4/14)..............1997 Curt Beerman (3/24)................1997 Philip Hartig (4/27)...................1998 Terrence Smalls (4/6)..............1998 Jerry Simmons (3/23)..............1998 Philip Hartig (5/10)...................1999 Philip Hartig (4/24)...................2000 Philip Hartig (3/20)...................2000 Dallas McPherson (3/6)...........2000 Philip Hartig (2/28)...................2000

Jason Randall (3/19)...............2001 Josh Stackley (5/20)................2002 Chris Ard (3/11)........................2003 Jon Aughey (3/3).....................2003 Josh Stackley (3/22)................2004 Chip Cannon (3/15).................2004 Chris Ard (5/16).......................2005 Chris Swauger (2/20)..............2006 Richard Jones (4/9)...............2007 Zach Brown (2/19)...................2007 Southern Conference Pitchers of the Week Brad Stowell (4/16)..................1989 Matt Gore (4/2)........................1989 Richard Shirer (4/8).................1990 Ken Britt (4/1)..........................1990 Richard Shirer (3/25)...............1990 Richard Shirer (3/11)...............1990 Hank Kraft (Wk. 6)...................1991 Ken Britt (Wk. 5)......................1991 Brad Stowell (Wk. 4)................1991 Gettys Glaze (Wk. 7)...............1992 Gettys Glaze (Wk. 6)...............1992 Ken Britt (Wk. 5)......................1992 Hank Kraft (Wk. 4)...................1992 John Price (Wk. 8)...................1993 Donald Morillo (Wk. 4).............1993 Steve Basch (Wk. 2)................1993 Britt Reames (Wk. 7)...............1994 Brian Callahan (Wk. 7)............1995 Britt Reames (Wk. 3)...............1995 Brian Rogers (Wk. 9)...............1996 Brian Rogers (Wk. 8)...............1996 Brian Rogers (3/31).................1997 Tom Martin (3/24)....................1997 Brian Wiley (4/27)....................1998 Tom Martin (4/20)....................1998 Rodney Hancock (3/23)...........1998 Brain Rogers (3/26).................1998 Rodney Hancock (5/17)...........1999 Brian Wiley (4/19)....................1999 Brian Wiley (4/12)....................1999 Brian Wiley (3/22)....................1999 T.A. Fulmer (5/15)....................2000 Kyle Bunn (4/24)......................2000 Randy Corn (4/23)...................2001 Eric Talbert (4/9)......................2001 Raymond Jenkins (4/29).........2002 T.A. Fulmer (4/2)......................2002 Ken Egleton (3/3)....................2003 Jonathan Ellis (5/24)................2004 Jonathan Ellis (4/26)................2004 Griff Beckham (5/23)...............2005 Justin Smith (5/22)..................2006 Matt Crim (4/16).....................2007 Justin Smith (3/5)....................2007 Wes Wrenn (4/14)...................2008 Matt Crim (3/17).....................2008 Matt Reifsnider (3/3)..............2008 Asher Wojciechowski (2/25).2008

Philip Hartig was named SoCon Player of the Week five times as a Bulldog, the most of any player in SoCon history. Hartig was also a four-time First-Team AllConference selection making him the most decorated player in SoCon history.

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records National Awards and Honors CoSIDA Academic All-Americans First Team 1971 – Doug Pounder (P) 1975 – Richard Wieters (1B) 1982 – Marty Blair (2B) 1983 – Marty Blair (SS) 1986 – Randy Sullivan (C) 2002 – Randy Corn (P) Second Team 1978 – Al Diket (3B) 1984 – David Mills (P) 1999 – Brian Wiley (P) 2008 – Chris Swauger (OF) Third Team 1980 – Melvin Williamson (C) 2007 – Chris Swauger (OF)

ABCA All-Americans 1990 – Anthony Jenkins (OF), 1st ABCA All-Atlantic Region First Team 1990 – Ken Britt (P) 1990 – Anthony Jenkins (OF) 1992 – Gettys Glaze (P) 1995 – Donald Morillo (P) 1995 – Britt Reames (P) 1995 – Garrick Haltiwanger (OF) Second Team 1997 – Ryan Butler (1B) All-Americans 1969 – Wallace “Buster” Holland 1972 – Doug Pounder 1977 – Richard Weiters 1982 – Bill White 1985 – Tim Jones 1986 – Lee Glaze Baseball America All-Americans 1983 – Mike Cherry (P), 1st Baseball America Freshman All-Americans 1997 – Rodney Hancock (UT/P), 2nd 2007 – Richard Jones (C), 1st College Baseball Insider.Com All-Americans 2004 – Jonathan Ellis (P), 2nd

Chris Swauger’s name is peppered throughout the career leaders record books and he was also twice named to the Academic All-America Team by ESPN The Magazine.

Final National Rankings (Collegiate Baseball) 1960..............................................17th 1975..............................................28th 1982..............................................23rd 1983..............................................21st 1990................................................6th

Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger All-Americans Second Team 2000 – Philip Hartig (1B) 2001 – Randy Corn (P) Third Team 1999 – Brian Wiley (P) 1999 – Rodney Hancock (UT) 2001 – Philip Hartig (1B) 2002 – Randy Corn (P) 2004 – Chip Cannon (1B)

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NCBWA All-Americans Second Team 2002 – Randy Corn (P) Honorable Mention 1995 – Donald Morrillo (P) NCBWA National Hitter of the Week 2006 -- Chris Swauger (OF), 2/21 NCAA All-College World Series 1990 – Anthony Jenkins (OF) 1990 – Jason Rychlik (OF) NCAA Regional MVP Atlantic Regional 1990 – Anthony Jenkins (OF) Rivals.com Freshman All-American 2007 – Richard Jones (C) 2nd

Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger Freshman All-Americans 1997 – Rodney Hancock (OF) 1998 – Philip Hartig (1B) 2007 – Richard Jones (C) Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger Player of the Week 1999 – Rodney Hancock (P), 5/17 1999 – Rodney Hancock (P), 5/24 2002 – T.A. Fulmer (P), 4/2

ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District (CoSIDA) 2006 District 3 – Chris Swauger (OF) 3.87 2007 District 3 – Chris Swauger (OF) 3.92 2008 District 3 – Chris McGuiness (1B) 3.97 2008 District 3 – Chris Swauger (OF) 3.95

Ping! Freshman All-American 2007 – Richard Jones (C) 2008 – Asher Wojciechowski (P)

Gettys Glaze was named First Team All-Atlantic Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association in 1992.

Sporting News Coach of the Year 1990 – Chal Port USA Today/Baseball Weekly All-Americans 2000 – Chris Morris (OF), 1st

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Bulldogs in the Majors

The Citadel: 1978-82 / Major League Debut: Sept. 16, 1984

Year Team G/GS 1984 Cleveland 3/0 1985 Cleveland 21/0 Totals (2 years) 24/0

W-L SV ERA IP 0-0 0 6.75 4.0 0-3 1 5.27 41.0 0-3 1 5.40 45.0

H BB SO 6 1 4 37 15 30 43 16 34

Sumpter Clarke

The Citadel: Unknown / Major League Debut: Sept. 27, 1920

Note: Sumpter Clarke also played at the University of South Carolina.

Year Team G 1920 Chicago (NL) 1 1923 Cleveland 1 1924 Cleveland 45 Totals (3 years) 47

AVG. AB R .333 3 0 .000 3 0 .231 104 17 .227 110 17

H RBI 2B 3B HR 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 11 6 1 0 25 11 6 1 0 Zach Brown spent the 2008 season with the Ft. Wayne TinCaps of the Class A Midwest League.

Don Gordon

The Citadel: 1978 / Major League Debut: April 10, 1986

Note: Don Gordon also played at the University of South Carolina.

Year Team G/GS 1986 Toronto 14/0 1987 Toronto 5/0 1987 Cleveland 21/0 1988 Cleveland 38/0 Totals (3 years) 78/0

W-L SV ERA IP H 0-1 1 7.06 21.2 28 0-0 0 4.09 11.0 8 0-3 1 4.08 39.2 49 3-4 1 4.40 59.1 65 3-8 3 4.72 131.2 150

BB SO 8 13 3 3 12 20 19 20 42 56

Jonathan Ellis split the 2008 season with the Class AA San Antonio Missions and the Class AAA Portland Beavers.

Tim Jones

The Citadel: 1982-85 / Major League Debut: July 26, 1988

Year Team G/GS 1990 St. Louis 0/0 Year Team G 1988 St. Louis 31 1989 St. Louis 42 1990 St. Louis 67 1991 St. Louis 16 1992 St. Louis 67 1993 St. Louis 29 Totals (6 years) 252

W-L SV ERA IP 0-0 0 6.75 1.1

AVG. .269 .293 .219 .167 .200 .262 .233

H 1

BB SO 2 0

AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR 52 2 14 3 0 0 0 75 11 22 7 6 0 0 128 9 28 12 7 1 1 24 1 4 2 2 0 0 145 9 29 3 4 0 0 61 13 16 1 6 0 0 485 45 113 28 25 1 1

Dallas McPherson

The Citadel: 1999-2001 / Major League Debut: Sept. 10, 2004

Year Team G 2004 Anaheim 16 2005 LA Angels 61 2006 LA Angels 40 2008 Florida 11 Totals (4 years) 128

AVG. .225 .244 .261 .182 .245

AB R 40 5 205 29 115 16 11 3 371 53

H RBI 2B 3B HR 9 6 1 0 3 50 26 14 2 8 30 13 4 0 7 2 0 2 0 0 91 45 21 2 18

Dallas McPherson spent most of the 2008 season with the Class AAA Albuquerque Isotopes before being called up to the Florida Marlins.

Britt Reames

The Citadel: 1993-1995 / Major League Debut: Aug. 20, 2000

Year Team G/GS 2000 St. Louis 8/7 2001 Montreal 41/13 2002 Montreal 42/6 2003 Montreal 2/0 2005 Oakland 2/0 2006 Pittsburgh 6/0 Totals (6 years) 101/26

W-L SV ERA IP H 2-1 0 2.88 40.2 30 4-8 0 5.59 95.0 101 1-4 0 5.03 68.0 70 0-0 0 27.00 1.0 4 0-0 0 9.53 5.2 10 0-0 0 9.82 7.1 11 7-13 0 5.28 218.0 226

BB SO 23 31 48 86 38 76 2 1 2 4 5 6 118 204

(NOTE: Detailed team information is available for players that have participated in Minor League Baseball since 1993 and as the information is available...The Citadel Athletics Media Relations Office welcomes any additions, deletions or changes from legitimate sources.)

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Bulldogs in the Minors Name Jon Aughey Marty Blair Ken Britt Zach Brown Brian Callahan Chip Cannon Mike Cherry Ron Colvard Gene Dotson Jonathan Ellis T.A. Fulmer Frank Galloway Gettys Glaze David Griffin Aaron Haigler Garrick Haltiwanger Rodney Hancock Phillip Hartig Jon Hinkle Anthony Jenkins Mike Knox

Organization Team League Level Kansas City Royals Arizona Royals Arizona Rookie Texas Rangers --- --- --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- San Diego Padres Eugene Emeralds Northwest A Short-Season San Diego Padres Arizona Padres Arizona Rookie San Diego Padres Ft. Wayne TinCaps Midwest A Oakland Athletics --- --- --- Toronto Blue Jays Auburn Doubledays New York-Penn A Short-Season Toronto Blue Jays Lansing Lugnuts Midwest A Toronto Blue Jays Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State A Advanced Toronto Blue Jays New Hampshire FisherCats East AA Toronto Blue Jays New Hampshire FisherCats East AA Toronto Blue Jays Desert Dogs Arizona Fall Toronto Blue Jays New Hampshire FisherCats East AA Toronto Blue Jays Syracuse Chiefs International AAA Los Angeles Dodgers --- --- --- Los Angeles Dodgers --- --- --- Los Angeles Dodgers --- --- --- Cleveland Indians Burlington Indians Appalachian Rookie Cleveland Indians Mahoning Valley Scrappers New York-Penn A Short-Season Cleveland Indians Mahoning Valley Scrappers New York-Penn A Short-Season Independent Edinburg Roadrunners Central --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- San Diego Padres Eugene Northwest A Short-Season San Diego Padres Fort Wayne Raptors Midwest A San Diego Padres Arizona Padres Arizona Rookie San Diego Padres Lake Elsinore Storm California A Advanced San Diego Padres Mobile BayBears Southern AA San Diego Padres Peoria Saguaros Arizona Fall San Diego Padres San Antonio Missions Texas AA San Diego Padres Peoria Saguaros Arizona Fall San Diego Padres San Antonio Missions Texas AA San Diego Padres Portland Beavers Pacific Coast AAA Seattle Mariners Everett AquaSox Northwest A Short-Season Seattle Mariners Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Midwest A Seattle Mariners Inland Empire 66ers California A Advanced Seattle Mariners San Antonio Missions Texas AA Seattle Mariners Tacoma Rainiers Pacific Coast AAA Tampa Bay Devil Rays Visalia Oaks California A Advanced Milwaukee Brewers --- --- --- Boston Red Sox --- --- --- Independent Evansville Otters Frontier --- Independent --- Frontier --- New York Mets St. Lucie Mets Florida State A Advanced Toronto Blue Jays Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State A Advanced Toronto Blue Jays Tennessee Smokies Southern AA Pittsburg Pirates Williamsport Crosscutters New York-Penn A Short-Season Florida Marlins Utica Blue Knights New York-Penn A Short-Season Florida Marlins Jamestown Jammers New York-Penn A Short-Season Florida Marlins Kane County Cougars Midwest A Independent --- Pioneer --- St. Louis Cardinals --- --- --- Atlanta Braves --- --- ---

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Year 2005 1983 1989 1990 1991 1992 2007 2007 2008 1995 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 1981 1982 1983 2000 2000 2001 2003 1973 1974 1975 1976 2004 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2002 2002 2004 2004 2004 2005 1979 1992 2003 1999 1998 2000 2002 1999 2001 2002 2002 1995 1990 1982

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Boise Hawks Daytona Cubs Daytona Cubs Tennessee Smokies Charleston RiverDogs Charlotte New Jersey Cardinals Peoria Chiefs Beloit Snappers Potomac Cannons High Desert Mavericks High Desert Mavericks Arkansas Travelers Bluefield Orioles Aberdeen IronBirds Bluefield Orioles Aberdeen IronBirds Greeneville Astros Lexington Legends Salem Avalanche Lexington Legends --- New Jersey Cardinals Peoria Chiefs Savannah Sand Gnats GCL Expos Jupiter Hammerheads Sioux City Explorers Fargo-Moorehead Redhawks Oneonta Yankees Greensboro Grasshoppers Tampa Yankees Tampa Yankees Norwich Navigators Norwich Navigators Norwich Navigators Columbus Clippers Arkansas Travelers Trenton Thunder Columbus Clippers GCL Yankees Jamestown Jammers Macon Braves Myrtle Beach Pelicans Greenville Braves Utica Blue Knights Kane County Cougars Brevard County Manatees --- --- Batavia Muckdogs --- ---

Northwest Florida State Florida State Southern South Atlantic Florida State New York-Penn Midwest Midwest Carolina California California Texas Appalachian New York-Penn Appalachian New York-Penn Appalachian South Atlantic Carolina South Atlantic Pioneer New York-Penn Midwest South Atlantic Gulf Coast League Florida State Northern Northern New York-Penn South Atlantic Florida State Florida State Eastern Eastern Eastern International Texas Eastern International Gulf Coast League New York-Penn South Atlantic Carolina Southern New York-Penn MIdwest Florida State --- --- New York-Penn --- ---

A Short-Season A Advanced A Advanced AA A A Advanced A Short-Season A A A Advanced A Advanced A Advanced AA Rookie A Short-Season Rookie A Short-Season Rookie A A Advanced A --- A Short-Season A A Rookie A Advanced --- --- A Short-Season A A Advanced A Advanced AA AA AA AAA AA AA AAA Rookie A Short-Season A A Advanced AA A Short-Season A A Advanced --- --- A Short-Season --- ---

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Bulldogs in the MLB Draft s1977s June -- Regular Phase 5 (108) Richard Wieters.............Atlanta

s1998s June -- Regular Phase 5 (157) Brian Rogers........New York (A) 24 (730) Terrence Smalls.............Florida

s1979s June -- Regular Phase 24 (616) Frank Galloway........Milwaukee

s1999s June -- Regular Phase 29 (872) Rodney Hancock......Pittsburgh 15 (469) Brian Wiley.....................Boston

Ellis

s1982s June -- Regular Phase 13 (325) Jeff Barkley...............Cleveland 7 (167) Mike Knox......................Atlanta

s2000s June -- Regular Phase 43 (1291) Ron Colvard..............Cleveland 15 (443) Chris Morris.................St. Louis

s1983s June -- Regular Phase 44 (821) Marty Blair....................... Texas s1985s June -- Regular Phase Tim Jones...................St. Louis

s2001s June -- Regular Phase 25 (752) Phillip Hartig...................Florida 2 (57) Dallas McPherson.......Anaheim 21 (353) Talmadge Mincey.......Baltimore

s1988s June -- Regular Phase 28 (730) John Stephens............St. Louis

s2002s June -- Regular Phase 13 (400) T.A. Fulmer.....................Seattle

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s1990s June -- Regular Phase 29 (762) Anthony Jenkins.........St. Louis

Cannon Photo by Bill Mitchell

s2004s June -- Regular Phase 8 (237) Chip Cannon.................Toronto 6 (162) Jonathan Ellis.......... San Diego

Matulia

s1991s June -- Regular Phase 30 (802) Brad Stowell................ Oakland

s2006s June -- Regular Phase 24 (719) Matt Matulia.................Chicago

s1992s June -- Regular Phase 15 (422) Gettys Glaze..................Boston

Photo by Bill Mitchell

s1995s June -- Regular Phase 25 (680) Brian Callahan............ Oakland 17 (463) Britt Reames...............St. Louis

s2008s June -- Regular Phase 26 (785) Chris Swauger............St. Louis

s1997s June -- Regular Phase 5 (108) Richard Wieters.............Atlanta

Owens

2008 Minor League Pitchers Organization G/GS Jonthan Ellis, SD San Antonio (AA) Portland (AAA)

57/0 3/0

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Chal Port Chal Port Chal Port Chal Port Chal Port Chal Port Chal Port Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan Fred Jordan

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Coaching Records

Note: Below is the record for all coaches that have known records at The Citadel. Name O.B. “Rip” Sanderson Ed Sabre Mack Erwin Chal Port Fred Jordan John McMillan Jim Newsome Bunzy O’Neal George C. Rogers Fred Montsdeoca George A. Schmick Tom McMillan Harold Manley “Barney” Legge H.L. “Matty” Matthews Dusty Rhodes “Shorty” O’Brien “Bull Dog” Drummond

Years Seasons Record 1908 1 5-1 1920 1 3-1 1957-60 4 62-30-1 1965-91 27 641-386-2 1992-pres. 17 586-428 1952-53 2 14-15 1961-64 4 37-43 1948 1 6-7 1914-15, 1921-24 6 26-33-1 1954-56 2 22-31 1910 1 4-6 1916, 1919 2 8-12 1954 1 5-9 1911 1 2-5-1 1926-30, 1937-38 3* 10-25-1 1947 1 2-5 1918 2 3-8 1925 1 2-7

Pct. .833 .750 .672 .624 .579 .483 .463 .462 .441 .415 .400 .400 .357 .286 .286 .286 .273 .222

* - H.L. “Matty” Mathews coached for seven seasons but only records for three seasons are available at this time.

Mack Erwin guided The Citadel to the school’s first Southern Conference Championship in 1960.

Players and fans congratulate Fred Jordan on becoming only the second coach in school history to achieve 500 wins.

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Opponent Won Lost Tied First Mtg. Last Mtg. Streak Air Force 0 0 0 - - Alderson-Broaddus 2 0 0 1979 1979 W2 Allegheny 7 0 0 1977 1992 W7 Allen 3 0 0 1980 1981 W3 Appalachian State 67 23 0 1972 2008 W1 Armstrong State 22 14 0 1967 1993 W2 Army 1 0 0 1998 1998 W1 Augusta 14 9 0 1970 1991 L1 Austin Peay 1 0 0 1975 1975 W1 Bailey Military 2 0 0 1914 1915 W2 Ball State 1 0 0 1985 1985 W1 Belmont Abbey 1 0 0 1990 1990 W1 Benedict 4 0 0 1982 1984 W4 Berry 1 0 0 1971 1971 W1 Boston University 0 1 0 1967 1967 L1 Brockport State 4 1 0 1976 1978 W4 Brown 7 3 0 1994 2007 W1 Buffalo 2 0 0 1969 1969 W2 Butler 6 1 0 1995 2006 L1 Cal State-Fullerton 1 0 0 1990 1990 W1 Campbell 14 2 1 1968 2007 W6 Carson-Newman 5 0 0 1968 1978 W5 Catawba 2 0 0 1983 1983 W2 Central Florida 1 2 0 1987 1987 L1 Central Michigan 1 2 0 1973 1995 L1 Central Wesleyan 1 0 0 1989 1989 W1 Charleston Army 1 0 0 1918 1918 W1 Charleston Athletics 1 0 0 1908 1908 W1 Charleston Navy 1 0 0 1910 1910 W1 Charleston SAL Team 6 5 0 1914 1993 W5 Charleston Southern 40 25 0 1980 2008 W2 Charlotte 4 2 0 1993 2005 W1 Chattanooga 7 1 0 1977 1982 W2 Chicago State 2 0 0 2004 2004 W2 Christian Brothers 1 1 0 1992 1992 L1 Clarion 3 0 0 1988 1988 W3 Clemson 17 85 0 1900 2004 L4 Coastal Carolina 32 35 0 1975 2008 L3 College of Charleston 52 37 0 1899 2008 L3 Columbia 2 1 0 2007 2007 W2 Concord 1 0 0 1976 1976 W1 Connecticut 4 2 0 1999 2001 W2 Coppin State 1 0 0 2005 2005 W1 Davidson 108 55 0 1902 2008 W5 Davis & Elkins 4 0 0 1979 1980 W4 Delaware 2 5 0 1972 2008 L1 Duke 1 3 0 1971 1988 L1 East Carolina 15 20 0 1966 2008 L1 East Tennessee State 50 27 0 1968 2007 W1 Eastern Illinois 3 0 0 2007 2007 W3 Elizabethtown 5 0 0 1983 1987 W5 Elmhurst 1 1 0 1970 1970 W1 Elon 9 11 0 2004 2008 L1 Emory & Henry 1 0 0 1977 1977 W1 Erskine 5 8 0 1910 1947 W1 Evansville 1 0 0 2008 2008 W1 Fairmont State 4 0 0 1984 1986 W4 Florida 2 2 0 1957 1996 W1 Florida International 1 2 0 1986 1986 L1 Florida State 1 9 0 1998 2003 L3 Fordham 3 0 0 1971 1998 W3 Furman 121 87 2 1900 2008 W2 Gannon 8 1 0 1987 1992 W2 Gardner-Webb 2 0 0 1985 1985 W2 George Mason 1 0 0 1990 1990 W1 George Washington 5 8 0 1955 1970 L1 Georgia 1 1 0 1998 2000 L1 Georgia College 2 0 0 1995 1995 W2 Georgia Southern 29 37 0 1961 2008 L1 Georgia State 3 0 0 1982 1994 W3 Georgia Tech 0 1 0 2000 2000 L1 Glenville State 3 0 0 1976 1978 W3 Grace Church 1 0 0 1899 1899 W1 Guilford 2 0 0 1981 1981 W2 Hawai’i 0 1 0 2004 2004 L1 High Point 3 0 0 2004 2004 W3 Hiram 6 0 0 1981 1989 W6 Hofstra 2 0 0 2006 2006 W2 Howard 10 1 0 1984 2000 W8 Hunter 4 0 0 1973 1975 W4 Indiana State 0 1 0 2008 2008 L1 Jacksonville 1 8 0 1968 2003 L7 James Madison 3 3 0 1983 2007 W2 Juniata 2 0 0 1986 1986 W2 Kent State 2 2 0 1990 2007 W1 Kentucky 3 3 0 1994 2003 W2 Lafayette 1 1 0 1981 2003 W1 LeMoyne 5 0 0 1975 2006 W5 Liberty 3 1 0 1989 2007 L1 Limestone 1 0 0 1989 1989 W1 Longwood 2 3 0 1989 2005 W1 Louisville 1 0 0 2008 2008 W1 LSU 0 2 0 1990 1990 L2 Madison 3 1 0 1973 1974 W3 Marietta 3 0 0 1970 1970 W3 Marine Barracks 4 3 0 1908 1952 W1

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Opponent Won Lost Tied First Mtg. Last Mtg. Streak Marshall 27 12 0 1977 1997 W10 Maryland 4 1 0 1976 2002 L1 Mercer 5 3 0 1974 2008 L2 Methodist 1 0 0 1982 1982 W1 Miami (Fla.) 3 3 0 1979 2003 L2 Middle Tennessee State 2 1 0 1994 1994 W1 Minnesota 0 1 0 2007 2007 L1 Mount Olive 4 1 0 1990 1992 W3 Mount St. Mary’s 2 1 0 1992 1997 W1 Muhlenburg 2 0 0 1980 1980 W2 Navy 3 3 0 1995 2000 W2 Navy Barracks 3 6 0 1917 1920 W2 Nebraska 1 0 0 2006 2006 W1 New York Tech 3 1 0 1996 1996 L1 Newberry 4 11 0 1910 1947 L5 Norfolk State 9 1 0 1986 1993 W6 North Adams State 3 1 0 1983 1989 W2 North Carolina 8 24 0 1952 2004 L4 North Carolina A&T 5 0 0 2003 2008 W5 North Carolina State 11 32 0 1953 2008 L5 North Carolina Wesleyan 2 3 0 1982 1987 L3 North Florida 0 1 0 1995 1995 L1 Northwestern 0 1 0 1987 1987 L1 Notre Dame 0 1 0 1994 1994 L1 Oberlin 2 0 0 1968 1968 W2 Ohio 1 0 0 1996 1996 W1 Oklahoma State 0 2 0 1996 2001 L2 Old Dominion 7 3 0 1974 2005 W1 Orangeburg All-Stars 0 1 0 1925 1925 L1 Oregon State 1 1 0 2004 2004 L1 Pace 2 0 0 2002 2002 L1 Parris Island Marines 0 3 0 1926 1928 L3 Pfeiffer 1 1 0 1967 1968 W1 Piedmont 2 0 0 1983 1983 W2 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 1995 1995 L1 Presbyterian 25 11 1 1913 2008 W17 Princeton 6 4 0 1994 2006 L1 Providence 0 1 0 1999 1999 L1 Quinnipiac 0 0 0 - - Radford 2 1 0 1998 1998 L1 Richmond 10 11 0 1967 2007 W2 Rollins 1 2 0 1969 1971 L1 Salisbury State 13 3 0 1972 1988 L1 Samford 0 0 0 - - San Diego State 0 1 0 2001 2001 L1 Savannah State 2 1 0 2004 2007 W1 Shepherd 11 0 0 1980 1983 W11 Shippensburg State 2 0 0 1982 1982 W2 South Carolina 44 117 1 1900 2008 L3 South Carolina State 5 0 0 1991 1993 W5 Southern California 0 1 0 1996 1996 L1 Springfield 1 1 0 1967 1969 L1 St. Andrews 1 1 0 1991 1991 L1 St. John’s 2 2 0 1997 2001 W2 St. Leo 1 0 0 1969 1969 W1 Standard Oil 1 0 0 1920 1920 W1 Stetson 3 3 0 1970 1993 L1 Stony Brook 2 1 0 2005 2005 L1 Taylor 0 1 0 1967 1967 L1 Tennessee 5 4 0 1967 2003 L1 Tennessee Tech 1 1 0 1997 1997 W1 Towson 0 1 0 2006 2006 L1 Troy State 1 1 0 1998 1999 W1 UAB 0 1 0 1991 1991 L1 UC Riverside 0 1 0 2001 2001 L1 UNC Asheville 2 0 0 2007 2008 W2 UNC Greensboro 23 18 0 1994 2008 W1 UNC Pembroke 4 1 0 1968 1993 W4 UNC Wilmington 4 7 0 1967 2008 L1 UNLV 0 3 0 2006 2006 L3 USC Aiken 14 6 0 1976 1993 L2 USC Upstate 3 3 0 1987 2008 W2 Vanderbilt 1 2 0 1991 2003 L1 Virginia 0 4 0 2006 2006 L4 Virginia Commonwealth 1 3 0 1984 2001 W1 Virginia Tech 7 10 0 1958 2007 L2 VMI 75 23 0 1955 2003 L1 Wagner 3 0 0 1988 1988 W3 Wake Forest 4 6 0 1952 1997 L2 Walterboro 2 0 0 1908 1908 W2 Washington & Lee 4 0 0 1978 1982 W4 Wayne State 2 0 0 1968 1968 W2 West Connecticut 2 0 0 1972 1972 W2 West End 1 0 0 1919 1919 W1 West Liberty 4 0 0 1971 1985 W4 West Virginia 9 15 0 1956 2005 W5 West Virginia State 6 1 0 1974 1988 W4 Western Carolina 56 65 0 1971 2008 L6 Western Michigan 1 1 0 1999 2000 W1 William & Mary 16 5 0 1967 2001 W9 Wingate 9 2 0 1984 1989 W8 Winthrop 14 18 0 1993 2008 W1 Wofford 43 38 0 1899 2008 L2 Wright State 1 0 0 2008 2008 W1 Xavier 3 0 0 1995 2000 W3 Youngstown State 2 0 0 1987 1988 W2

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1984 SoCon Tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) Appalachian State L VMI W Western Carolina W Appalachian State (Championship) L

4-1 12-7 8-0 6-1

4/30 5/1 5/2 5/3

1998 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Davidson W Western Carolina W UNC Greensboro W UNC Greensboro (Championship) W

11-2 5-0 9-0 12-1

4/29 4/30 4/30 5/1

1988 SoCon Tournament (Asheville, N.C.) VMI W Western Carolina W Appalachian State W Western Carolina (Championship) L

9-8 6-4 16-9 22-6

5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22

1999 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Furman W East Tennessee State W College of Charleston W Western Carolina (Championship) W

3-0 13-5 4-3 6-3

4/27

1989 SoCon Tournament (Asheville, N.C.) VMI W

17-11

5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20

2000 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Davidson W College of Charleston W Georgia Southern (10 inn.) L Furman L

6-2 6-3 5-3 11-1

5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19

2001 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) East Tennessee State W Appalachian State W Georgia Southern W UNC Greensboro (Championship) W

3-2 5-3 3-2 5-3

5/22 5/23 5/24

2002 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) East Tennessee State W Georgia Southern L Furman L

7-5 4-2 6-0

5/21 5/22

2003 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) College of Charleston L VMI L

8-2 2-1

5/26 5/27 5/28 5/29 5/29 5/30

2004 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) East Tennessee State W Davidson W Western Carolina L College of Charleston W Western Carolina W Western Carolina (Championship) W

6-2 10-1 5-2 7-2 9-2 8-1

5/25 5/26 5/27 5/27

2005 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Western Carolina L East Tennessee State W Elon W Elon L

6-1 10-6 8-7 9-7

2006 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Georgia Southern W Elon L UNC Greensboro W Western Carolina W Elon W College of Charleston (Championship) L

6-3 12-3 10-3 4-2 14-11 5-4

Note: Heavy rains forced the cancellation of games five through eight of the 1989 Southern Conference Tournament. A playoff was held at Montreat, N.C., between Appalachian State, Marshall and Western Carolina to determine the league’s automatic qualifier in the NCAA tournament with Western Carolina winning the league’s automatic bid. 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/29

1990 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Appalachian State W Marshall W East Tennessee State W Western Carolina (Championship) W

7-2 9-2 6-0 9-5

4/26 4/27

1991 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Appalachian State L Western Carolina L

2-0 7-3

4/23 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/26

1992 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Furman (12 inn.) W Western Carolina L Appalachian State W East Tennessee State W Georgia Southern L

6-4 2-1 12-3 9-4 9-0

4/29 4/30 5/1

1993 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Appalachian State W Western Carolina L Georgia Southern L

7-1 6-3 9-6

4/28 4/29 4/30 5/1

1994 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) East Tennessee State W Davidson W VMI W Western Carolina (Championship) W

8-3 10-4 4-3 4-2

4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30

1995 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Marshall W East Tennessee State W Georgia Southern W Georgia Southern (Championship) W

5-1 10-2 10-4 8-3

5/24 5/25 5/26 5/26 5/27 5/27

4/25 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/28

1996 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Appalachian State W Georgia Southern L Furman W East Tennessee State W VMI W Georgia Southern (Championship) L

6-2 4-3 17-3 11-0 8-5 7-1

5/22 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/26 5/26

2007 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Davidson W Western Carolina W Elon W Wofford L Elon W Wofford (Championship) L

7-0 7-2 6-5 6-2 5-2 4-2

4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27

1997 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Davidson W Georgia Southern W Western Carolina L Furman L

18-8 14-5 10-3 4-2

5/20

2008 SoCon Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) Wofford L

8-4

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records the Citadel in the NCAA Tournament The last time the Bulldogs reached the NCAA Regionals was in 2004. During The Citadel’s 12 appearances in the NCAA Tournament, the Bulldogs have amassed a 13-24 record in regional play, a 1-2 mark in College World Series play and 2-1 record in play-in series for an overall postseason slate of 15-25 (.375).

5/26 5/27 5/28 5/25 5/26

The Citadel’s 1990 baseball team remains the only team from a military school to ever reach the College World Series.

Date 6/6

Postseason Play Record

1960 NCAA East Regionals/District III (Gastonia, N.C.) The Citadel 4, Florida 2 1-0 North Carolina 13, The Citadel 1 1-1 Florida 4, The Citadel 1 1-2

5/23

1975 NCAA Atlantic Regionals (Columbia, S.C.) South Carolina 11, The Citadel 3 North Carolina State 16, The Citadel 3

1-3 1-4

5/18 5/19

1979 NCAA Atlantic Regionals (Miami, Fla.) Miami 3, The Citadel 1 (16 inn.) Georgia Southern 5, The Citadel 3

1-5 1-6

5/27 5/28 5/30

1982 NCAA East Regionals (Columbia, S.C.) The Citadel 9, North Carolina 4 South Carolina 6, The Citadel 4 The Citadel 15, Old Dominion 5 South Carolina 11, The Citadel 2

2-6 2-7 3-7 3-8

5/28

1983 NCAA East Regionals (Chapel Hill, N.C.) The Citadel 14, Delaware 5 The Citadel 8, North Carolina 3 James Madison 5, The Citadel 2 Delaware 7, The Citadel 1

4-8 5-8 5-9 5-10

5/25 5/27 5/28 5/29

1990 NCAA Atlantic Regionals (Miami, Fla.) The Citadel 11, North Carolina State 3 The Citadel 8, East Carolina 5 The Citadel 6, Miami 2 The Citadel 4, Miami 1

6-10 7-10 8-10 9-10

6/2 6/3 6/4

1990 College World Series (Omaha, Neb.) Louisiana State 8, The Citadel 2 The Citadel 8, Cal State-Fullerton 7 (12 inn.) Louisiana State 6, The Citadel 1

9-11 10-11 10-12

1994 NCAA Play-in Series (Charleston, S.C.) The Citadel 4, Middle Tenn. St. 3 (10 inn.) Middle Tenn. St. 11, The Citadel 3 The Citadel 4, Middle Tenn. St. 0

11-12 11-13 12-13

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1994 NCAA East Regional (Clemson, S.C.) Clemson 5, The Citadel 1 The Citadel 4, Virginia Tech 3 Notre Dame 5, The Citadel 1

12-14 13-14 13-15

1995 NCAA Mideast Regional (Knoxville, Tenn.) Tennessee 5, The Citadel 2 13-16 Pittsburgh 12, The Citadel 10 13-17

5/21 5/22 5/23

1998 NCAA East Regional (Clemson, S.C.) Clemson 12, The Citadel 3 The Citadel 5, Fordham 1 Va. Commonwealth 3, The Citadel 2 (11 inn.)

13-18 14-18 14-19

5/28 5/29

1999 NCAA Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.) Florida State 24, The Citadel 6 Providence 12, The Citadel 1

14-20 14-21

5/25 5/26

2001 NCAA Regional (Columbia, S.C.) South Carolina 16, The Citadel 0 Princeton 11, The Citadel 6

14-22 14-23

6/4 6/5 6/6

2004 NCAA Regional (Columbia, S.C.) South Carolina 12, The Citadel 4 The Citadel 10, Coastal Carolina 1 North Carolina 6, The Citadel 3

14-24 15-24 15-25

The 2004 team won the Southern Conference Tournament to advance to the NCAA Columbia (S.C.) Regional.

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1905 (Final Record Unknown)

1910 (4-6)

Head Coach: Mr. Gunner Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Wofford 0-16 5/11 L Furman 1-9

Head Coach: George A. Schmidt Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Newberry 6-4 L College of Charleston 3-6 L South Carolina 1-3 L Marine Barracks 1-2 4/23 L at South Carolina 1-5 L Erskine 0-3 W Charleston Navy 7-5 L College of Charleston 0-1 exh W Erskine 2-1

1900 (3-5)

1906 (Final Record Unknown) Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 1907 (Final Record Unknown) Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/31 W College of Charleston 18-6 4/9 L Wofford 2-8 4/14 W South Carolina 8-7 4/23 L Furman 2-3 5/5 L at South Carolina (10) 7-9 5/9 L at Clemson 0-9 5/10 W at Furman 7-5 L Wofford 0-7 1901 (Final Record Unknown)

1911 (2-5-1)

Head Coach: J.W. Moore Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 1908 (5-1)

Head Coach: “Barney” Legge Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Wofford 3-10 4/29 L Clemson 0-3 1912 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 5/7 W at South Carolina 16-15 5/9 L at Clemson 2-17 1902 (Final Record Unknown) Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/7 L Clemson 2-4 4/24 L Davidson 3-6

Head Coach: O.B. “Rip” Simpson Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Marine Barracks 3-0 W Marine Barracks 8-2 W Charleston Athletics 15-4 L College of Charleston 1-10 W Walterboro 11-3 W Walterboro 10-5 1909 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: Ralph McLaurin Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Wofford 2-5 L Wofford 0-1 L Wofford 0-10 1913 (5-3)

1903 (Final Record Unknown) Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 1904 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score

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Head Coach: “Babe” Brothers Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score

Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Presbyterian 2-8 L Wofford 0-6 W College of Charleston 8-4 W College of Charleston 8-4 L College of Charleston 6-7 W College of Charleston 4-2 W College of Charleston 8-4 W College of Charleston 3-2

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Date Note W/L L W W L W L L 4/6 L L 5/3 L

Opponent Inn. Score Navy Barracks 11-18 Charleston Army 7-4 Newberry 11-7 Navy Barracks 1-3 College of Charleston Navy Barracks 5-7 Navy Barracks 0-17 at South Carolina 0-16 College of Charleston 9-10 at South Carolina 0-9

Head Coach: George C. Rogers Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Charleston SAL Team 0-14 L Presbyterian 2-4 W Presbyterian 7-5 W Bailey Military 13-1 W Presbyterian 4-3 W Erskine 7-2 W Furman 9-5 4/16 L at Clemson 0-5 L Wofford 0-6 W Wofford 4-0 L College of Charleston 4-9

1919 (3-7) Head Coach: Tom McMillan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Navy Barracks 3-8 L Wofford 0-1 W Presbyterian 11-2 W Navy Barracks 6-2 L Erskine 2-5 L Charleston SAL Team 4-5 W West End 15-3 L Wofford 0-2 5/9 L at Clemson 3-8

1915 (5-4)

1920 (3-1)

4/22 L at Furman (13) 5/6 W Furman L Erskine W Wofford L Erskine W Presbyterian W College of Charleston W College of Charleston % - at Greenwood, S.C.

2-3 3-0 1-2 7-2 2-3 11-0 3-1 9-3

1923 (3-8)

Head Coach: George C. Rogers Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Presbyterian 2-5 L Newberry 2-6 L Wofford 5-11 L Newberry 0-1 L Presbyterian 0-4 W Marine Barracks 6-3 4/7 L at South Carolina 7-14 5/2 L at Furman 2-5 5/3 L at Clemson 3-5 5/12 W South Carolina 2-1 W College of Charleston 4-3 1924 (3-6)

Head Coach: George C. Rogers Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Charleston SAL Team 1-4 W Newberry 13-6 L Presbyterian 4-6 W Bailey Military 5-2 W Erskine 5-2 4/16 L at Furman 6-9 4/17 L at Clemson 3-13 W College of Charleston 2-0 W College of Charleston 5-0 1916 (5-5) Head Coach: Tom McMillan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Charleston SAL Team 3-0 W Presbyterian 4-2 W College of Charleston 8-0 W College of Charleston 8-1 L Erskine 2-5 L Newberry 2-8 W Presbyterian 7-5 4/10 L at Furman 4-15 4/11 L at Clemson 2-4 4/12 L at Clemson 1-16 1917 (0-2) Head Coach: “Shorty” O’Brien Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Navy Barracks 3-4 L Charleston SAL Team 2-5 The 1917 team was disbanded after two games due to World War I.

Head Coach: Ed Sabre Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Navy Barracks W Standard Oil L Charleston SAL Team W College of Charleston 1921 (2-7)

Head Coach: George C. Rogers Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Presbyterian L Wofford 5-6 W College of Charleston 9-3 L College of Charleston L Wofford 4-6 L College of Charleston 4/17 L at South Carolina 3-6 4/21 L at Furman 6-9 4/23 W at Davidson 5-2

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1922 (6-6)

1918 (3-7)

Head Coach: “Shorty” O’Brien

Head Coach: George C. Rogers Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L College of Charleston 0-1 L Presbyterian 1-3 L Newberry 3-12 W College of Charleston 4-2 W Wofford 5-4 L Presbyterian 2-5 5/12 % L vs. Clemson 3-10 W Erskine 8-1 5/17 L South Carolina 1-3 % - at Anderson, S.C.

Head Coach: George C. Rogers Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Newberry 5-6 L Presbyterian 4-9 4/8 L at Clemson 3-11 4/21 % W vs. South Carolina 3-0

Head Coach: “Bull Dog” Drummond Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Marine Barracks 5-7 W Presbyterian 6-5 L Wofford 7-9 L Orangeburg All-Stars 2-9 L Newberry 1-11 W Wofford 4-3 5/13 L at Clemson 4-6 L Erskine 8-12 L College of Charleston 4-7

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Head Coach: H.L. “Matty” Matthews Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score T Presbyterian 2-2 W Newberry 2-1 4/17 L Furman 0-6 W College of Charleston 11-0 L Newberry 2-4 4/24 % L vs. Furman 7-30 5/13 L at Clemson 3-8 L Erskine 9-19 L Presbyterian 6-7 L Parris Island Marines 3-11 W College of Charleston 9-0 % - at Anderson, S.C. 1927 (Final Record Unknown)

Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/18 % L vs. South Carolina 9-10 4/21 L Clemson 3-7 4/23 L Furman 4-13 5/4 L at South Carolina 3-15 5/9 L at Furman 2-3 5/11 L Clemson (7) 0-4 5/11 L Clemson (7) 5-6 % - at Florence, S.C. 1930 (Final Record Unknown)

1928 (1-12)

Head Coach: H.L. “Matty” Matthews Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Presbyterian 8-4 L Parris Island Marines L Parris Island Marines L Newberry L Clemson L Furman L Wofford 3-7 L Wofford 3-17 4/28 L Furman 4-20 5/5 L at South Carolina 0-13 L Erskine L Presbyterian L Newberry 1929 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: H.L. “Matty” Matthews

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Head Coach: H.L. “Matty” Mathews Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Wofford 5-11 4/12 * W Clemson 10-7 4/13 * W Clemson 3-0 4/20 * L at Furman 3-9 4/21 * W at Furman 13-5 * - Southern Conference game 1938 (6-6)

Head Coach: H.L. “Matty” Matthews Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/26 L Clemson 6-9 5/9 & L vs. Clemson 6-12 5/12 % L vs. South Carolina 6-11 5/13 # L vs. South Carolina 4-14 & - at Anderson, S.C. % - at Orangeburg, S.C. # - at Florence, S.C. 1931 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: H.L. “Matty” Matthews Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/19 W South Carolina 5-1 4/23 L Furman 0-2 4/25 W Furman 5-4 5/7 L at South Carolina 2-10 5/10 L at Clemson 1-4

1937 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: H.L. “Matty” Matthews Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/4 * L Furman 4-5 4/5 * W Furman 16-2 4/9 * L at South Carolina 2-8 4/13 * L South Carolina 2-6 4/25 * W at Clemson 3-0 4/26 * W at Clemson 10-2 * - Southern Conference game 1939 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: Johnny Floyd Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/22 L South Carolina 1-17 4/23 L South Carolina 7-20 5/4 L Clemson 2-6 5/8 L at South Carolina 1-11 5/9 W at South Carolina 8-7 5/11 L at Clemson 1-6 5/12 L at Clemson 2-3 1932 - 1934: No Baseball The Citadel did not field a baseball team from 1932-34. 1935 (Final Record Unknown) Head Coach: Tatum Gressette Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score

Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/11 * L at South Carolina 4-10 4/24 * L at Furman 1-11 5/2 * L Clemson 0-4 5/3 * W Clemson 7-2 * - Southern Conference game 1940 (Final Record Unknown)

1936 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: Herman “Red” Smith Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/20 * L at Clemson 1-7 4/21 * L at Clemson 1-6 4/25 * W South Carolina 7-4 5/6 * T at South Carolina (12) 9-9 * - Southern Conference game

Head Coach: Unknown Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/1 * L at Davidson 4-16 4/4 * L at South Carolina 2-7 4/8 * L Furman 5-6 4/9 * L Furman 8-11 4/18 * L South Carolina 7-18 4/27 * L at Davidson 7-13 5/8 * % L vs. Clemson 1-12 5/9 * % L vs. Clemson 12-18 * - Southern Conference game % - at Sumter, S.C. 1941 - 1946: No Baseball The Citadel did not field a baseball team from 1941-46 due to World War II.

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1951 (Final Record Unknown)

5/1 * W at Clemson 5/9 * W Furman 5/9 * L Furman * - Southern Conference game # - at St. George, S.C. % - at Anderson, S.C.

1-5 1-0 4-7

1954 (5-9, 3-2 SoCon) Head Coach: Dusty Rhodes Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/18 * L Clemson 4-14 4/19 * L South Carolina 4-24 4/30 * L at Clemson (7) 5-8 L Newberry 6-7 W Erskine 23-5 5/16 * W at South Carolina 8-5 L Newberry 1-7 * - Southern Conference game 1948 (6-7) Head Coach: Bunzy O’Neal Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 5/18 * L at Clemson 3-4 5/19 * L at Furman 0-1 5/25 * L Clemson 4-6 * - Southern Conference game 1949 (Final Record Unknown) Head Coach: Jeff Clark Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/15 * T Furman 5-5 4/16 L Wofford 6-7 4/16 * L Furman 5-11 4/23 * W Clemson (7) 2-0 4/23 * L Clemson (7) 0-5 4/29 * L South Carolina 5-13 4/30 * L South Carolina 4-7 5/2 * & L vs. South Carolina 6-7 5/3 * L at South Carolina 2-15 5/6 * L at Furman 9-10 5/13 * L at Clemson 5-10 5/13 * L at Clemson 4-16 * - Southern Conference game & - at VA Hospital 1950 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: Jim Bailey Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/14 * L Furman 7-8 4/15 * L Furman (11) 8-9 4/18 * L at South Carolina (7) 1-3 4/18 * L at South Carolina 3-10 4/21 * L Clemson 4-16 4/22 * L Clemson (10) 5-7 4/25 * L South Carolina 3-9 4/26 * L South Carolina (7) 1-21 5/5 * L at Furman 2-13 5/6 * L at Furman 4-7 5/12 * L at Clemson 10-19 5/13 * L at Clemson 11-12 * - Southern Conference game

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Head Coach: Jeff Clark Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/14 * L Clemson 5-15 4/14 * L Clemson (7) 1-3 4/20 * L at Clemson 6-7 4/21 * L at Clemson 3-12 4/23 * W at Furman 14-11 4/23 * L at Furman 2-3 4/28 * L South Carolina 0-2 4/28 * L South Carolina (7) 4-17 5/12 * L Furman 5-7 5/12 * L Furman 5-9 5/15 * W at South Carolina (7) 11-8 5/15 * W at South Carolina (7) 13-6 * - Southern Conference game 1952 (Final Record Unknown)

Head Coach: Fred Montsdeoca Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/22 L at Wofford 4-6 4/3 * W at Furman 10-4 4/3 * W at Furman 8-3 4/16 # L vs. Wofford 2-3 4/17 L Wofford 7-8 4/30 * L at Davidson 9-10 5/1 * W at Davidson 15-12 5/6 W at South Carolina 5-4 5/7 L at South Carolina 3-4 5/8 * L Furman 5-16 5/8 L Furman 7-11 * - Southern Conference game # - at an unknown neutral location 1955 (12-11, 6-3 SoCon)

Head Coach: John McMillan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Marine Barracks 3-5 3/27 * L at North Carolina 1-5 3/29 * L at Davidson 2-4 4/5 * L Furman 5-13 4/5 * L Furman 3-4 L Wake Forest 4-8 W Marine Barracks 13-12 4/18 * W at Clemson 8-5 4/19 * L at Clemson 4-14 4/30 * % W vs. South Carolina (7) 8-5 4/30 * % L vs. South Carolina (7) 0-3 5/3 * L Clemson (10) 4-6 5/3 * L Clemson (7) 4-6 5/6 * # L vs. South Carolina 3-4 5/6 * # W vs. South Carolina (7) 4-3 5/10 * L at Furman 7-10 5/10 * L at Furman 0-10 * - Southern Conference game % - at Orangeburg, S.C. # - at Darlington, S.C.

Head Coach: Fred Montsdeoca Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 4/2 L at Wofford 1-9 4/16 L Wofford 3-6 * L at George Washington 2-31 4/23 * W Furman 6-4 4/29 * W Davidson 4-1 4/30 * L Davidson 8-11 5/7 * W at Furman 13-11 5/13 L South Carolina 7-15 * L VMI 4-10 * W VMI 17-3 * - Southern Conference game 1956 (14-13, 4-5 SoCon)

1953 (9-11, Unknown Final SoCon Record)

Date 3/24 3/24 4/3 4/4 4/11 4/15 4/15 4/24 4/25 4/27 5/1

Head Coach: John McMillan Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score * L at Clemson (7) 3-4 * L at Clemson (8) 7-11 * L Wake Forest 3-9 * L Wake Forest 3-7 * # W vs. South Carolina 11-4 * W South Carolina 4-2 * L North Carolina 3-5 * L North Carolina State 3-4 * W at Furman 5-2 * W at Furman 15-11 * L at South Carolina 5-8 * L at South Carolina 6-9 * W Davidson * % L vs. Clemson 0-5

Head Coach: Fred Montsdeoca Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/23 W at Clemson 13-11 3/24 L at Clemson 14-15 * W VMI 7-2 * L VMI 4-8 * L West Virginia 1-7 4/6 L at South Carolina 6-9 4/7 L at South Carolina 3-9 4/13 L at Wofford 2-3 4/26 * L at Furman 7-8 4/27 * W at Davidson (10) 8-7 4/28 * L at Davidson 4-6 5/1 L Wofford 1-6 5/2 W Wofford 1-0 5/5 * W Furman 10-3 * - Southern Conference game

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Head Coach: Mack Erwin Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/23 * W at Furman 8-6 4/10 * L Furman 6-7 4/11 * W Davidson 9-5 4/12 * W Davidson 7-4 4/15 W Wofford 1-0 * L George Washington 2-3 4/24 L at South Carolina 2-3 4/29 W South Carolina 13-9 L at Florida 2-5 * - Southern Conference game

Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score * W VMI 9-2 * L VMI 3-4 3/25 W at Clemson 8-5 3/26 L at Clemson 6-16 4/26 W at South Carolina 10-3 5/4 W South Carolina 8-5 5/6 * W at Furman 11-2 5/7 * W at Furman 11-6 5/13 * L at Davidson 7-8 5/14 * W at Daivdson 14-8 ^ W vs. Florida 4-2 6/6 ^ L vs. North Carolina 1-13 ^ L vs. Florida 1-4 * - Southern Conference game ^ - NCAA District III Tournament (Gastonia, N.C.)

Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score * W VMI 5-0 * L VMI 5-7 * L West Virginia 1-2 * L West Virginia 2-7 3/29 L Clemson 4-7 3/30 W Clemson 7-3 4/3 L South Carolina 3-7 4/9 W at South Carolina 12-5 * W George Washington 7-3 * L Virginia Tech 4-6 4/26 * W at Davidson 8-2 4/27 * L at Davidson 1-3 5/10 * L Furman 0-5 5/11 * W Furman 6-0 * - Southern Conference game

1961 (11-8, 5-6 SoCon)

1964 (7-12, 3-10 SoCon)

Head Coach: Jim Newsome Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/24 W Clemson 6-4 3/25 L Clemson 4-6 * W West Virginia 6-5 * L VMI 1-3 * W VMI 9-3 * L Virginia Tech 2-5 4/26 W South Carolina 13-2 4/28 * W at Furman 6-5 4/29 * L at Furman 14-15 5/2 * L at Davidson 19-20 5/3 * L at Davidson 2-7 5/9 W at South Carolina 3-2 W Georgia Southern 3-2 L Georgia Southern 1-5 * - Southern Conference game

Head Coach: Jim Newsome Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score * W at Virginia Tech 8-1 * L George Washington 6-10 * L at West Virginia 1-5 * L at West Virginia 0-2 5/2 * W at VMI (11) 1-0 5/2 * L at VMI 3-5 5/5 L South Carolina 1-7 5/8 * L Furman 0-1 5/9 * L Furman 5-6 5/12 * L Davidson 2-3 5/12 * L Davidson 4-8 * - Southern Conference game

1958 (15-9, 7-3 SoCon)

Head Coach: Mack Erwin Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/31 L Clemson (11) 4-5 4/2 L at Clemson 9-23 * W at Virginia Tech (13) 9-8 4/12 * W at Davidson 13-0 4/13 * L at Davidson 4-7 * W VMI 5-3 * W VMI 7-2 4/26 * L Furman 2-7 4/29 L Wofford 4-10 4/30 L at South Carolina 1-3 5/7 W South Carolina 5-4 5/11 * W at Furman 8-6 * - Southern Conference game

1965 (12-12, 9-7 SoCon)

1962 (10-13, 3-7 SoCon)

1959 (19-5, 6-3 SoCon)

Head Coach: Mack Erwin Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score * W VMI 11-0 * W VMI 4-0 * L West Virginia 3-7 3/21 W at Wofford 5-4 3/23 L at Clemson 6-8 4/9 W South Carolina (8) 6-5 4/9 L South Carolina (7) 0-3 4/17 * W Davidson 10-1 4/18 * W Davidson 10-3 5/1 * W Furman 13-2 5/2 * L Furman 4-10 5/6 W Wofford 5-4 * - Southern Conference game 1960 (18-6, 8-2 SoCon) SOCON CHAMPIONS NCAA Regionals (DISTRICT III)

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Head Coach: Jim Newsome Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/23 L at Clemson 1-17 3/24 L at Clemson 3-22 3/28 W South Carolina 2-0 * L at West Virginia 1-6 * L at Virginia Tech 5-9 * L at George Washington 1-2 * L VMI 2-3 * W VMI 6-0 4/30 * W Davidson 10-0 5/1 * W Davidson 9-0 5/15 L at South Carolina 2-3 5/18 * L Furman 11-13 5/19 * L Furman 12-13 * - Southern Conference game 1963 (9-10, 4-7 SoCon)

Head Coach: Jim Newsome

Head Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/22 L Clemson 2-4 3/23 L Clemson 2-6 3/26 W Presbyterian 8-2 * W Virginia Tech 4-2 * W Virginia Tech 5-4 * W VMI 4-1 * L VMI 2-3 * L West Virginia 2-5 * W West Virginia 5-3 * W George Washington 5-4 * L George Washington 4-6 5/6 * L at Furman 4-5 5/6 * W at Furman 5-4 5/11 L at South Carolina 3-9 5/13 * W at Davidson 7-2 5/13 * W at Davidson 5-1 * - Southern Conference game 1966 (8-16, 3-9 SoCon)

Head Coach: Chal Port

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Year-by-Year Results Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 3/25 L at Clemson 5-11 3/26 L at Clemson 2-27 * L George Washington 0-8 * L George Washington 1-8 * L at West Virginia 1-2 * L at West Virgnia 4-5 L at Georgia Southern 3-8 4/20 * W at Furman 4-3 4/23 * L at VMI 2-3 4/23 * L at VMI 0-1 4/30 * L at Davidson 0-2 4/30 * W at Davidson 9-0 5/11 L South Carolina (10) 3-4 5/14 * L East Carolina 0-6 * - Southern Conference game

W Armstrong State 4/23 L at South Carolina 4/27 L at Furman (7) 4/27 L at Furman (7) 4/30 * W East Carolina 4/30 * L East Carolina 5/4 * L Furman W Campbell L Jacksonville W Jacksonville 5/10 * W Davidson 5/10 * W Davidson * - Southern Conference game 1969 (18-10, 10-6 SoCon)

10-2 1-5 4-5 5-8 4-3 0-5 2-3 4-3 6-9 15-9 2-1 6-1

* L George Washington 2-3 4/29 * L at Davidson 0-1 4/29 * W at Davidson (12) 1-0 5/2 * W Furman 6-5 5/2 * L Furman 0-2 W Armstrong State 16-2 5/7 L at South Carolina 0-2 W Augusta 4-1 W Stetson 6-5 L Stetson 1-10 * - Southern Conference game 1971 (22-9, 11-5 SoCon) SoCon Champions

1967 (9-16, 6-9 SoCon)

Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Springfield 5-4 * W George Washington 1-0 * W George Washington 10-8 3/22 # L Boston University 2-8 3/23 # W Tennessee 1-0 3/24 # L Taylor 5-6 L Pfeiffer 0-5 * L West Virginia 3-9 * L West Virginia 1-3 4/11 L UNC Wilmington 2-9 * L Richmond 0-6 * L William & Mary 1-2 * L William & Mary 3-13 4/19 L UNC Wilmington 2-3 4/22 * L at East Carolina 9-12 4/22 * L at East Carolina 0-4 4/24 L at South Carolina 5-12 4/29 * W at Davidson 3-0 4/29 * W at Davidson 6-0 L Armstrong State 0-4 5/6 * W VMI 8-2 5/6 * L VMI 0-5 5/10 W South Carolina 5-4 5/13 * L Furman 1-3 5/13 * W Furman 4-3 * - Southern Conference game # - The Citadel Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 1968 (16-10, 4-5 SoCon)

Date Note W/L W L W W W W W W * W * W 4/6 * L W 4/11 * W L

Coach: Chal Port Opponent Inn. Score East Tennessee State 3-2 East Tennessee State 0-6 Armstrong State 8-5 Wayne State 8-0 Wayne State 9-7 Carson-Newman 4-0 Oberlin 5-2 Oberlin 6-3 William & Mary 9-0 William & Mary 9-7 at East Carolina 5-6 Pfeiffer 3-2 at Davidson 1-0 Pembroke State 1-5

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Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L West Virginia 3-5 L East Tennessee State 0-4 W East Tennessee State 7-1 L Springfield 4-5 W Armstrong State 8-2 3/29 W South Carolina 4-3 W Buffalo 6-2 W Buffalo 5-1 * W William & Mary 9-0 L Rollins 2-5 W Rollins 4-0 W St. Leo 9-2 * W George Washington 4-0 4/16 * W East Carolina 1-0 4/16 * W East Carolina 5-2 4/20 * L at VMI 5-6 * W Richmond 5-2 4/25 * W Davidson 5-3 4/25 * W Davidson 4-1 4/28 * L at Furman 0-9 4/28 * L at Furman 4-7 5/3 * L at East Carolina 0-5 5/3 * L at East Carolina 0-1 W Armstrong State 12-3 5/8 * L Furman 1-2 5/8 * W Furman 1-0 5/10 * W at Davidson 2-1 5/10 * W at Davidson 8-7 * - Southern Conference game 1970 (15-12-1, 6-8-1 SoCon)

Date Note W/L W W W W L W W 4/4 * L 4/4 * L 4/7 * W 4/7 * T 4/11 * W 4/11 * L 4/14 * L 4/14 * W * W * L W

Coach: Chal Port Opponent Inn. Score Marietta 3-0 Marietta 6-3 Marietta 5-4 East Tennessee State 6-1 Elmhurst 1-4 Elmhurst 2-1 Augusta 6-1 East Carolina 1-5 East Carolina 1-6 at Furman 7-4 at Furman 1-1 Davidson 3-1 Davidson 4-5 at East Carolina 0-1 at East Carolina 3-2 VMI (11) 3-2 Richmond 1-2 Armstrong State 10-2

Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W West Liberty 3-2 W Fordham 5-3 W Fordham 6-2 3/19 W Tennessee (12) 4-3 3/20 W Tennessee 4-2 W Berry 5-2 L Western Carolina 2-4 * W William & Mary 10-0 * W William & Mary 3-1 L Duke 3-6 L Rollins 1-2 4/8 * W at East Carolina 2-1 4/10 * L at Davidson 1-3 4/10 * L at Davidson 1-6 4/12 * W at VMI 6-2 4/12 * W at VMI 2-0 * L Richmond 4-11 W Augusta 3-0 W Armstrong State 2-1 4/25 * W East Carolina 1-0 4/25 * W East Carolina 2-1 L Campbell 4-7 4/28 W South Carolina 2-0 5/1 * L Furman 0-1 5/1 * W Furman 6-1 5/8 * W Davidson 2-0 5/8 * W Davidson 4-0 5/16 * L Furman 2-14 5/16 * W Furman 5-2 W Augusta 5-3 W Armstrong State 10-5 * - Southern Conference game 1972 (17-13, 9-7 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Campbell 8-0 W West Connecticut 5-1 W West Connecticut 7-2 W Salisbury State 9-0 W Salisbury State 12-1 W at Augusta 12-11 # L Appalachian State 3-6 3/29 L at South Carolina 0-11 3/30 * L at Furman 1-2 3/30 * W at Furman 5-0 4/1 * W at Davidson 6-2 4/1 * L at Davidson 2-3 L Delaware 3-4 L Delaware 1-3 * W at William & Mary 3-1 * L at William & Mary 0-5 4/10 * W at East Carolina 3-2 4/10 * W at East Carolina 3-2 W at Armstrong State 8-0 * W Richmond 2-1 * L Richmond 1-2 4/19 * W VMI 3-2

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Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Central Michigan 0-2 W Central Michigan 2-1 W West Virginia 8-6 L West Virginia 1-9 L Jacksonville 5-6 L Jacksonville 0-2 L Salisbury State 1-2 L Madison 1-2 W Madison 3-1 L Duke 2-3 L at Armstrong State 0-1 W at Augusta 5-2 * L Appalachian State 2-8 * L Appalachian State 1-4 4/3 W at South Carolina 4-3 4/7 * W VMI 7-1 * W at William & Mary 8-2 * L at William & Mary 2-5 4/12 L South Carolina 2-5 4/14 * W Furman 10-1 4/16 * W Davidson 6-3 W Hunter 13-0 W Hunter 4-3 4/21 * L East Carolina 1-16 4/23 * W at Davidson 9-5 W Campbell 2-1 4/28 * W at East Carolina 2-1 4/30 * L at Furman 3-7 W Augusta 15-0 L Armstrong State 8-9 * W Richmond 1-0 * W Richmond 5-3 * - Southern Conference game 1974 (17-11, 7-7 SoCon)

Date Note W/L W L W W W 3/18 * W 3/19 W W * L * W W 3/30 * W

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Coach: Chal Port Opponent Inn. Score West Virginia 8-6 West Virginia 1-9 Carson-Newman 8-5 Madison 4-0 Madison 4-1 Davidson 4-0 Western Carolina 4-1 West Virginia State 4-2 William & Mary 5-9 William & Mary 2-1 at Mercer 3-2 VMI 2-1

3/30 * W VMI 6-2 * L at Richmond 4-5 * L at Richmond 1-2 W Old Dominion 7-3 L Stetson 0-5 4/13 * L East Carolina 2-3 4/16 * L at Davidson 6-10 4/18 L at South Carolina 1-6 * L at Appalachian State 2-5 * L at Appalachian State 2-7 4/23 L South Carolina 2-4 4/27 * W Furman (12) 1-0 4/29 * W at East Carolina 5-3 W Mercer 9-2 W Mercer 2-0 * W at Furman 7-0 * - Southern Conference game 1975 (21-9, 11-3 SoCon) SoCon Champions Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Salisbury State 2-0 W Salisbury State 3-2 L Virginia Tech 5-7 3/7 L North Carolina 1-5 W Campbell 5-4 W Carson-Newman 14-1 W Austin Peay 7-3 L Virginia Tech 5-7 W Hunter 22-0 W Hunter 8-4 3/26 * W at Davidson 7-5 3/28 * L at Furman 9-10 W Le Moyne 5-4 * W Richmond 2-1 * W Richmond 2-1 4/7 L at South Carolina 2-4 4/9 * W Davidson 2-0 * W Appalachian State 5-3 * W Appalachian State 8-7 4/16 * W Furman 5-1 * W at William & Mary 7-0 * W at William & Mary 4-1 4/21 * W at VMI 8-1 4/21 * W at VMI 6-5 W Coastal Carolina 6-1 * L at East Carolina 6-8 W at Coastal Carolina 13-3 4/28 L at South Carolina 5-8 * L East Carolina 5-6 5/23 ^ L at South Carolina 3-11 ^ L vs. North Carolina State 3-16 * - Southern Conference game ^ - NCAA Atlantic Regional (Columbia, S.C.) 1976 (18-9, 7-4 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W West Virginia 6-2 W Concord 16-2 W Salisbury State 7-6 3/9 W Maryland 5-3 3/10 W Maryland 8-3 L Virginia Tech 3-5 L Virginia Tech 5-6 W Glenville State 17-5 L Brockport State 3-5 * L at Richmond 0-1 * W at Richmond 3-2 W at USC Aiken 19-4 4/5 * W at Davidson 4-2 4/6 L at South Carolina 5-15 W USC Aiken 4-2 4/10 * L VMI 3-6 4/10 * W VMI 9-4 4/12 * L East Carolina 7-8 4/15 L South Carolina 0-13 4/17 * W Furman 4-2 W Campbell 9-0

4/14 W at Coastal Carolina 13-1 4/21 W Coastal Carolina 6-5 * W at Appalachian State 4-3 * W at Appalachian State 6-1 4/26 * W Davidson 5-3 4/30 * L at Furman 1-2 * - Southern Conference game 1977 (21-11, 10-4 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score L Salisbury State 3-4 L Clemson 2-5 W Carson-Newman 9-2 W Wake Forest 11-8 L Wake Forest 7-11 W Glenville State 3-1 W Allegheny 18-1 W Allegheny 9-7 L East Tennessee State 2-4 W East Tennessee State 18-0 W at USC Aiken 7-5 * W Appalachian State 5-0 * W Appalachian State 3-2 W Brockport State 14-1 W Brockport State 7-0 * W at William & Mary 1-0 * W at William & Mary 4-1 4/7 * W at Western Carolina 2-1 * L at Western Carolina 10-13 4/11 L at Coastal Carolina 5-6 4/13 * W at Furman 6-1 4/13 * W at Furman 5-3 W USC Aiken 11-0 * W Marshall 5-1 * L Marshall 1-3 4/19 W South Carolina 4-3 4/21 L Coastal Carolina 1-2 4/23 * W Davidson 2-0 4/23 * W Davidson 6-1 4/26 L at South Carolina 4-10 4/30 * L East Carolina 1-2 4/30 * L East Carolina 2-3 * - Southern Conference game 1978 (30-9, 9-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Campbell 6-3 W William & Mary 6-3 W William & Mary 6-1 W Old Dominion 2-1 W Salisbury State 10-7 W Wake Forest 2-0 W Wake Forest 3-0 * W Chattanooga 12-4 * W Chattanooga 7-0 3/20 * W VMI 1-0 3/20 * W VMI 12-1 W Allegheny 15-6 W Allegheny 7-3 W Glenville State 11-0 W Carson-Newman 8-0 W Brockport State 7-0 W Brockport State 9-0 L at East Tennessee State 5-6 W at Emory & Henry 14-5 * W at Marshall 3-0 * L at Marshall 1-3 * L at Appalachian State 2-9 * L at Appalachian State 2-10 4/8 L at UNC Wilmington 3-4 4/10 * W at Furman 6-5 W Washington & Lee 6-4 W Washington & Lee 14-0 4/15 * L Western Carolina 2-5 4/15 * W Western Carolina 5-0 4/18 L at South Carolina 1-7 4/19 W UNC Wilmington 4-3

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Year-by-Year Results 4/22 * L at Davidson 2-4 4/22 * W at Davidson 5-4 4/23 W Coastal Carolina 11-8 W USC Aiken 10-2 4/26 W South Carolina 3-2 4/27 L at Coastal Carolina 5-6 4/29 * W Furman 7-2 * - Southern Conference game 1979 (27-15, 13-3 SoCon) SoCon Champions Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score W Alderson-Broaddus 13-1 W Alderson-Broaddus 2-0 3/2 L North Carolina 1-9 3/3 L North Carolina 2-7 3/10 L Virginia 4-5 3/20 L Clemson 3-10 3/21 L Clemson 1-6 3/26 * L at Western Carolina 0-3 3/26 * W at Western Carolina 7-6 3/29 * W at VMI 10-0 3/29 * W at VMI 3-2 4/3 L Coastal Carolina 4-9 W at USC Aiken 12-0 W Stetson 6-0 W Davis & Elkins 6-4 W Davis & Elkins 3-2 * W Appalachian State 2-0 * W Appalachian State 3-2 4/16 * W at Furman 10-8 * W East Tennessee State 3-1 * W East Tennessee State 1-0 4/20 * L Davidson 0-1 4/20 * W Davidson 3-1 4/23 L at Coastal Carolina 0-4 W USC Aiken 10-1 4/27 * W Furman 11-1 4/28 L at South Carolina 2-3 5/18 ^ L at Miami (Fla.) (16) 1-3 5/19 ^ L vs. Georgia Southern 3-5 * - Southern Conference game ^ - NCAA Atlantic Regional (Coral Gables, Fla.) 1980 (23-14, 9-6 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/23 L North Carolina 3-4 2/24 L North Carolina 1-4 3/4 W Campbell 11-1 3/7 W Old Dominion 5-0 3/7 L Old Dominion 1-2 3/13 W at Allen 14-2 3/14 W Shepherd 11-6 3/15 W Shepherd 7-3 3/15 W Shepherd 4-1 3/22 W Muhlenberg 7-6 3/22 W Muhlenberg 6-1 3/24 * W Chattanooga 6-5 3/24 * W Chattanooga 8-5 3/26 W at USC Aiken 2-1 4/2 * W VMI 11-0 4/2 * W VMI 3-1 4/5 * L at Marshall 0-9 4/5 * L at Marshall 4-11 4/9 W Davis & Elkins 10-6 4/10 W Davis & Elkins 3-1 4/11 W at Presbyterian 6-3 4/12 * W at Davidson 5-2 4/15 * W Furman 11-1 4/17 L at South Carolina 2-5 4/19 * L at Appalachian State 2-4 4/19 * W at Appalachian State 7-3 4/21 * L at East Tennessee State 0-2 4/21 * L at East Tennessee State 1-4 4/23 W at Coastal Carolina 5-1 4/25 L USC Aiken 8-13 4/26 * L Western Carolina (8) 4-5 4/26 * W Western Carolina 7-6

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4/28 * W at Furman 4/30 L Coastal Carolina 5/1 W South Carolina 5/2 L Baptist 5/3 L at Baptist * - Southern Conference game

8-6 7-14 8-6 1-3 1-3

1981 (31-13, 11-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/20 L Clemson 0-6 2/21 L Clemson 3-6 2/28 L North Carolina 1-2 3/1 L North Carolina 11-14 3/7 W at Presbyterian 21-0 3/7 W at Presbyterian 15-0 3/8 L at USC Aiken 3-4 3/9 W Guilford 14-8 3/10 W Guilford 9-3 3/12 W at Baptist 11-1 3/14 W Presbyterian 15-3 3/18 W Presbyterian 12-1 3/19 L Lafayette 9-18 3/20 W Shepherd 9-1 3/21 W Shepherd 15-0 3/21 W Shepherd 18-1 3/23 W Salisbury State 3-1 3/24 W Wake Forest 7-4 3/26 W Hiram 15-3 3/27 W Hiram 4-1 3/28 W at Allen 21-6 3/30 W Stetson 2-0 4/1 L at South Carolina 6-8 4/4 * W at VMI 7-1 4/4 * W at VMI 17-3 4/6 * W at Western Carolina 8-7 4/6 * W at Western Carolina 5-0 4/8 W Allen 13-5 4/11 * L Davidson (8) 3-4 4/11 * W Davidson 4-3 4/13 * W Chattanooga 5-2 4/13 * L Chattanooga 0-1 4/15 W at Coastal Carolina 6-4 4/16 W USC Aiken 14-1 4/18 * L East Tennessee State 4-10 4/18 * W East Tennessee State 5-0 4/22 L South Carolina 4-7 4/25 * W at Furman 12-7 4/25 * W at Furman 9-3 4/27 * L Marshall 3-5 4/27 * L Marshall 3-6 4/29 W Coastal Carolina 8-2 5/2 * W Appalachian State 11-10 5/2 * W Appalachian State 17-5 * - Southern Conference game 1982 (40-8, 14-2 SoCon) SoCon Champions NCAA East Regionals Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/18 W Washington & Lee 17-2 2/19 W Washington & Lee 8-1 2/28 W North Carolina (7) 14-1 2/28 L North Carolina (7) 5-6 3/6 L at Clemson 7-20 3/8 W at Coastal Carolina 10-5 3/10 W at Georgia State 19-1 3/11 W at Georgia State 8-2 3/13 W Shippensburg State 10-4 3/14 W Shippensburg State 1-0 3/15 * W Chattanooga 5-1 3/15 * W Chattanooga 12-1 3/19 W Shepherd 16-2 3/20 W Shepherd 14-1 3/20 W Shepherd 8-1 3/22 W Salisbury State 8-0 3/27 * W Furman 3-2 3/27 * W Furman 5-3 3/29 * W VMI 11-2

3/29 * W VMI 3/31 W Benedict 4/1 W at Baptist 4/3 * W at Marshall 4/3 * W at Marshall 4/5 * W at Davidson 4/5 * W at Davidson 4/10 * W at Western Carolina 4/10 * L at Western Carolina 4/11 W at Presbyterian 4/11 W at Presbyterian 4/15 W at USC Aiken 4/17 * W at Appalachian State 4/17 * L at Appalachian State 4/19 * W at East Tennessee State 4/19 * W at East Tennessee State 4/21 W Coastal Carolina W at Benedict 4/24 W Presbyterian 4/24 W Presbyterian 4/26 L South Carolina 4/28 L at South Carolina 4/29 W Baptist W at North Carolina Wesleyan W at Methodist 5/27 ^ W vs. North Carolina 5/28 ^ L at South Carolina ^ W vs. Old Dominion 5/30 ^ L at South Carolina * - Southern Conference game ^ - NCAA East Regional (Columbia, S.C.)

8-0 14-0 5-1 12-9 11-8 6-3 27-8 4-0 1-3 10-0 14-0 7-1 2-1 4-5 13-8 3-2 4-2 10-4 9-2 8-1 0-1 4-8 9-0 5-4 6-4 9-4 4-6 15-1 2-11

1983 (34-10, 12-2 SoCon) SoCon Champions NCAA East Regionals Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/19 W Clemson 3-1 2/20 W Clemson 6-2 2/26 W North Carolina 6-5 2/27 L North Carolina 8-9 3/5 W Elizabethtown 10-2 3/7 L at Mercer 3-4 3/7 W at Mercer 9-2 3/8 W at Piedmont 9-5 3/9 W at Piedmont (5) 17-2 3/11 W at USC Aiken 10-2 3/12 W at Augusta 7-4 3/19 W Shepherd 8-0 3/19 W Shepherd 6-0 3/21 W Salisbury State (8) 2-1 3/21 W Salisbury State 16-2 3/22 W Hiram 12-2 3/24 W North Adams State 11-6 3/26 * W Marshall 5-3 3/26 * W Marshall 6-0 3/29 W USC Aiken 15-6 4/4 F W Benedict 9-0 4/7 W Coastal Carolina 2-1 4/9 W at Catawba 7-3 4/9 W at Catawba 8-4 4/11 * W Davidson 5-2 4/11 * W Davidson 13-1 4/13 L at Coastal Carolina 3-6 4/14 L at South Carolina 1-5 4/16 * W East Tennessee State 5-3 4/16 * L East Tennessee State 5-7 4/19 * W Appalachian State 3-0 4/19 * W Appalachian State 4-3 4/20 L South Carolina 0-8 4/25 * W at VMI 5-0 4/25 * W at VMI 6-4 4/28 * W at Furman 10-0 4/28 * W at Furman 14-1 4/29 L Augusta 6-9 5/1 * W at Western Carolina 8-5 5/1 * L at Western Carolina 1-2 ^ W vs. Delaware 14-5 5/28 ^ W at North Carolina 5-3 ^ L vs. James Madison 2-5

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1984 (26-21, 12-5 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/25 L North Carolina 0-3 2/26 L North Carolina 3-10 3/3 W Elizabethtown 4-1 3/4 L Virginia Commonwealth 2-8 3/6 W at Clemson (7) 7-4 3/6 L at Clemson (7) 0-6 3/7 L North Carolina State 3-7 3/8 W Wingate 4-2 3/9 L Wingate (13) 7-9 3/10 W West Liberty 18-0 3/11 W West Liberty 9-2 3/15 L USC Aiken 2-5 3/17 * W Davidson 3-0 3/17 * W Davidson 4-3 3/18 * W Davidson 8-7 3/19 W Howard 7-2 3/21 L North Adams State 1-4 3/22 W Hiram 14-2 3/24 * L at Western Carolina 1-2 3/24 * L at Western Carolina 4-7 3/25 * L at Western Carolina 3-8 3/27 L at Coastal Carolina 4-8 3/30 * W at Furman 8-5 3/31 * W at Furman 9-5 3/31 * W at Furman 6-1 4/1 W Coastal Carolina 7-5 4/4 L at USC Aiken 4-5 4/5 W at Augusta 11-8 4/7 * W at Davidson 15-6 4/7 * W at Davidson 9-0 4/8 * L at Davidson 8-10 4/12 L UNC Wilmington 2-3 4/14 * W Western Carolina 4-3 4/14 * L Western Carolina 3-5 4/16 L at Baptist 4-19 4/17 L at South Carolina 3-5 4/18 L Augusta 2-4 4/20 * W Furman 2-0 4/20 * W Furman 8-1 4/21 * W Furman 9-2 4/23 W South Carolina (12) 4-3 4/25 W Baptist 8-3 4/26 F W at Benedict 9-0 4/27 $ L vs. Appalachian State 1-4 4/28 $ W vs. VMI 12-7 4/29 $ W at Western Carolina 8-0 4/29 $ L vs. Appalachian State 1-6 * - Southern Conference game F - forfeit $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) 1985 (29-20, 8-10 SoCon)

Date Note W/L 2/16 W 2/17 L 2/23 L 2/24 W 2/27 W 3/2 W 3/4 W

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3/4 W Gardner-Webb 5-3 3/6 W North Carolina State 9-5 3/7 W North Carolina Wesleyan 10-8 3/8 L North Carolina Wesleyan (10) 8-10 3/8 W Fairmont State 16-1 3/10 W Fairmont State 6-2 3/11 L Wingate 5-7 3/12 W Wingate 8-5 3/14 W West Liberty 6-4 3/16 * W at Davidson 4-1 3/16 * W at Davidson 11-9 3/17 * L at Davidson 11-16 3/18 W Allegheny 20-3 3/19 W Allegheny 10-5 3/20 W West Virginia State 9-3 3/23 * L Western Carolina 3-7 3/23 * W Western Carolina 8-1 3/24 * L Western Carolina 8-9 3/26 W Howard 9-4 3/27 W Salisbury State 6-0 3/30 * W Furman 9-4 3/30 * L Furman 2-4 3/31 * L Furman 3-8 4/2 L at Coastal Carolina 3-8 4/3 W Augusta 8-1 4/5 * W Davidson 6-5 4/5 * L Davidson 4-12 4/6 * L Davidson 8-9 4/8 W South Carolina 12-8 4/10 W at Baptist 7-4 4/11 L at South Carolina 2-10 4/13 * L at Western Carolina 3-5 4/13 * L at Western Carolina (11) 8-9 4/14 * L at Western Carolina 3-10 4/16 L Armstrong State 2-4 4/17 L at Augusta 8-15 4/19 * W at Furman 7-1 4/19 * W at Furman 10-4 4/20 * W at Furman 15-6 4/22 L Baptist 1-4 4/23 L at Armstrong State 4-5 4/24 W Coastal Carolina (10) 12-11 * - Southern Conference game 1986 (29-20, 9-9 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/22 L North Carolina 4-8 2/23 W North Carolina 8-7 3/1 W Elizabethtown 21-4 3/2 W North Carolina State (13) 1-0 3/3 L at Clemson 5-13 3/4 L at Clemson 5-16 3/6 W Juniata 20-2 3/7 W Juniata 14-3 3/8 W Norfolk State 23-18 3/9 W Norfolk State 11-7 3/10 W Wingate 4-0 3/11 W Wingate 9-0 3/12 W Fairmont State 8-7 3/13 W Fairmont State 7-0 3/15 * L Davidson 3-11 3/15 * W Davidson 1-0 3/16 * W Davidson 15-8 3/17 L Howard 6-8 3/19 W North Adams State 12-4 3/22 * L at Western Carolina 5-10 3/22 * W at Western Carolina 7-6 3/23 * L at Western Carolina 5-15 3/24 L West Virginia State 7-11 3/25 W West Virginia State 5-2 3/26 W Salisbury State 9-6 3/28 * W at Furman 4-3 3/28 * W at Furman 7-5 3/29 * L at Furman 4-5 4/1 L at Coastal Carolina 5-9 4/4 W Augusta 16-5 4/5 * L at Davidson 4-7 4/5 * L at Davidson 2-3 4/6 * W at Davidson 24-12

4/7 L Baptist 4/12 * L Western Carolina 4/12 * L Western Carolina 4/13 * L Western Carolina 4/16 W at Armstrong State 4/17 L South Carolina 4/19 * W Furman 4/19 * W Furman 4/20 * W Furman 4/21 W Coastal Carolina 4/22 W at South Carolina 4/23 L at Augusta 4/30 W at Baptist 5/4 W Florida International 5/5 L Florida International 5/6 L Florida International * - Southern Conference game

1-12 6-8 0-5 4-12 20-8 10-25 6-1 11-1 5-2 7-4 5-4 2-9 6-2 11-6 2-9 5-19

1987 (19-31, 6-12 SoCon) Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/14 L North Carolina (10) 2-6 2/15 W North Carolina 5-3 2/23 L #13 Clemson (7) 3-9 2/23 L #13 Clemson (7) 0-12 3/2 W Gannon 10-6 3/3 W Gannon 6-4 3/4 L North Carolina State 4-5 3/6 W Elizabethtown 3-0 3/7 W Norfolk State 7-6 3/8 L Norfolk State 1-2 3/9 W Wingate 10-4 3/11 L at USC Spartanburg 4-18 3/12 L at USC Spartanburg 2-3 3/14 * L at Davidson 4-5 3/14 * L at Davidson 6-7 3/15 * L at Davidson 2-6 3/16 L North Carolina Wesleyan 6-7 3/17 L North Carolina Wesleyan 6-8 3/21 * L Western Carolina 2-11 3/21 * L Western Carolina (10) 1-3 3/22 * L Western Carolina 4-18 3/23 W West Virginia State 8-2 3/24 W Youngstown State 5-0 3/26 L Northwestern 7-11 3/28 * W Furman 9-5 3/28 * W Furman 7-2 3/29 * W Furman 5-2 3/31 W Salisbury State 19-11 4/1 L South Carolina 3-8 4/2 L at Baptist 6-8 4/4 * L Davidson 0-5 4/4 * W Davidson 11-10 4/5 * L Davidson 1-8 4/8 L at Armstrong State 3-4 4/11 * L at Western Carolina 6-7 4/11 * L at Western Carolina 4-5 4/12 * L Western Carolina 5-14 4/13 L at Augusta 9-11 4/14 L Baptist (11) 3-4 4/17 * L at Furman 1-11 4/17 * W at Furman 3-1 4/18 * W at Furman 8-5 4/20 L at Coastal Carolina 2-15 4/21 W at Armstrong State 6-3 4/27 L at South Carolina 5-8 4/28 W Coastal Carolina 4-2 4/29 W Augusta 10-9 5/1 L Central Florida 3-7 5/2 W Central Florida 6-3 5/2 L Central Florida 5-6 * - Southern Conference game

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The Citadel Baseball History and Records Year-by-Year Results 1988 (33-20, 12-6 SoCon)

Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/17 L at Coastal Carolina 2-8 2/21 L North Carolina 2-15 2/22 L North Carolina 1-2 2/27 W Duke 10-3 2/28 L Duke 3-7 3/1 W at Baptist 4-2 3/5 W Norfolk State 14-5 3/6 W Norfolk State 19-2 3/7 L North Carolina State 3-15 3/10 W Wagner 8-7 3/11 W Wagner 8-0 3/11 W Wagner 6-3 3/12 W Clarion 10-5 3/12 W Clarion 4-3 3/13 W Clarion 8-6 3/14 W Wingate 12-5 3/15 W Wingate 19-6 3/19 * W Davidson 4-3 3/19 * W Davidson 4-3 3/20 * L Davidson 5-7 3/21 W Howard 17-2 3/22 W Hiram 8-2 3/24 W Youngstown State 5-0 3/26 * L at Western Carolina 2-8 3/26 * W at Western Carolina 9-2 3/27 * L at Western Carolina 10-15 3/28 L Salisbury State 6-11 3/29 W West Virginia State 9-0 3/30 W West Virginia State 11-4 3/31 L at Winthrop 2-14 4/1 * W at Furman 7-5 4/1 * W at Furman 7-0 4/2 * W at Furman 7-4 4/4 L at Augusta 4-6 4/5 L Coastal Carolina 6-15 4/6 exh W Charleston Rainbows 7-1 4/9 * L at Davidson 5-6 4/9 * W at Davidson 3-2 4/10 * W at Davidson 12-11 4/13 W Baptist 12-2 4/14 W at Armstrong State 6-3 4/16 * L Western Carolina 8-9 4/16 * W Western Carolina 4-2 4/17 * L Western Carolina 4-5 4/19 L South Carolina 8-9 4/23 * W Furman 8-7 4/23 * W Furman 9-6 4/24 * W Furman 6-5 4/26 L at South Carolina 4-15 4/27 L Armstrong State 7-13 4/29 $ W vs. VMI 9-8 4/30 $ W vs. Western Carolina 6-4 4/30 $ W vs. Appalachian State 16-9 5/1 $ L vs. Western Carolina 6-22 * - Southern Conference game $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Asheville, N.C.)

2/23 W Liberty 5-4 2/25 L North Carolina (7) 0-2 2/25 W North Carolina (7) 6-5 2/26 W Presbyterian 21-3 3/1 L at Baptist 3-6 3/4 W Longwood 16-1 3/5 L Longwood 1-4 3/5 L Longwood 4-5 3/6 W Wingate 3-1 3/6 W Wingate 11-4 3/11 * L Marshall (8) 7-12 3/11 * W Marshall 3-0 3/12 * W Marshall 1-0 3/14 W North Adams State 7-0 3/18 * L at Western Carolina 10-11 3/19 * L at Western Carolina 6-10 3/19 * W at Western Carolina 5-1 3/20 W Hiram 13-1 3/21 W USC Spartanburg 10-5 3/22 W Gannon 7-2 3/24 * W Appalachian State 6-1 3/24 * W Appalachian State 13-6 3/25 * L Appalachian State 5-8 3/27 W at Presbyterian 6-5 3/28 W at Central Wesleyan 13-2 3/29 W at Limestone 11-4 4/1 * W at Furman 5-3 4/1 * L at Furman 1-3 4/2 * W at Furman 6-0 4/3 L at South Carolina 7-17 4/4 W at Armstrong State 6-2 4/5 exh W Charleston Rainbows 4-0 4/6 L Coastal Carolina 2-5 4/7 W Wofford 13-6 4/8 W Wofford 6-5 4/12 L at Augusta 6-17 4/13 W Armstrong State 4-1 4/16 * W East Tennessee State 5-4 4/16 * L East Tennessee State (12) 2-4 4/17 W at Coastal Carolina 5-3 4/19 L Baptist 5-15 4/22 * L at VMI 2-13 4/22 * L at VMI 4-6 4/23 * L at VMI 4-5 4/24 W South Carolina (12) 6-5 4/27 $ W vs. VMI 17-11 * - Southern Conference game # - Great Savannah Shootout (Savannah, Ga.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Asheville, N.C.) Note: Heavy rains forced the cancellation of games five through eight of the conference tournament. A playoff was held at Montreat, N.C., between Appalachian State, Marshall and Western Carolina to determine the league’s automatic qualifier in the NCAA tournament with Western Carolina winning the league’s automatic bid. 1990 (46-14, 13-1 SoCon) SoCon Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Atlantic Regional Champions NCAA College World Series

1989 (30-20, 8-9 SoCon)

Date Note W/L 2/10 # L 2/11 # L 2/12 # W 2/18 L 2/19 W

Coach: Chal Port Opponent Inn. Score Campbell 6-8 Armstrong State 2-3 Mercer 10-4 North Carolina State 4-13 North Carolina State 10-9

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Date Note W/L 2/9 # W 2/17 L 2/18 W 2/21 W 2/24 W 2/24 W 2/25 W 2/26 W

Coach: Chal Port Opponent Inn. Score Armstrong State 5-4 North Carolina State 3-5 North Carolina State 12-1 Augusta 9-4 Davidson 4-3 Davidson 9-7 Davidson 15-4 Gannon 9-2

2/27 W Gannon 10-6 3/3 W at Campbell 4-0 3/5 W Norfolk State 5-2 3/7 W at Coastal Carolina 7-3 3/8 W Liberty 10-3 3/10 * W Western Carolina 6-3 3/10 * W Western Carolina 7-3 3/11 * W Western Carolina 10-3 3/13 W George Mason 9-8 3/14 W Mount Olive 9-7 3/15 W Belmont Abbey 7-3 3/18 * W at Appalachian State 10-5 3/18 * W at Appalachian State 5-2 3/19 W Howard 14-4 3/20 W Le Moyne 16-11 3/21 W Le Moyne 5-2 3/24 * W Furman 3-1 3/24 * W Furman 3-0 3/25 * W Furman 3-2 3/26 W Kent State 13-3 3/27 L Kent State 1-2 3/28 L Kent State 7-9 4/1 W at Davidson 2-1 4/1 L at Davidson 7-8 4/3 L at South Carolina 12-13 4/4 exh W Charleston Rainbows 6-5 4/7 * W at East Tennessee State 8-1 4/8 * L at East Tennessee State 4-6 4/8 * W at East Tennessee State 7-0 4/10 L South Carolina 3-5 4/11 L at Armstrong State 5-21 4/13 * W VMI 8-3 4/16 L USC Spartanburg 4-8 4/17 L at Baptist 5-7 4/18 L at Augusta 4-12 4/19 W Armstrong State 4-0 4/22 * W at Marshall 4-2 4/22 * W at Marshall 18-4 4/24 W Baptist 8-4 4/27 $ W Appalachian State 7-2 4/28 $ W Marshall 9-2 4/28 $ W East Tennessee State 6-0 4/29 $ W Western Carolina 9-5 5/15 L at Armstrong State 2-4 5/16 L Armstrong State 3-4 5/21 W # 23 Clemson 11-2 5/25 ^ W North Carolina State 11-3 5/27 ^ W East Carolina 8-5 5/28 ^ W Miami (Fla.) 6-2 5/29 ^ W Miami (Fla.) 4-1 6/2 & L Louisiana State 2-8 6/3 & W Cal State-Fullerton (12) 8-7 6/4 & L Louisiana State 1-6 * - Southern Conference game # - Great Savannah Shootout (Savannah, Ga.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) ^ - NCAA Atlantic Regional (Coral Gables, Fla.) & - College World Series (Omaha, Neb.) 1991 (34-19-1, 16-2 SoCon) SoCon Champions Coach: Chal Port Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/9 # W South Carolina State 15-2 2/10 # L North Carolina State 1-2 2/10 # L Armstrong State 2-3 2/16 % L Alabama-Birmingham 6-10 2/17 L at Mercer 2-9 2/20 W Gannon 6-0 2/21 L Gannon 1-2 2/22 # L Vanderbilt 1-8 2/23 W St. Andrews 6-5 2/23 L St. Andrews 3-4 2/24 # L Wake Forest 6-8 2/25 W Campbell 16-3 2/27 W at College of Charleston 8-7 3/2 W Norfolk State 7-6 3/4 L Mount Olive 5-6 3/5 W Mount Olive 4-1 3/7 W at Coastal Carolina 6-4 3/9 * W Appalachian State 9-2

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3/29 * W VMI 9-0 3/31 W Armstrong State 5-4 4/2 L at South Carolina 5-32 4/5 * W at Marshall 6-0 4/5 * W at Marshall 3-0 4/7 W Coastal Carolina 12-3 4/9 L South Carolina 0-1 4/11 * W Western Carolina 2-1 4/11 * W Western Carolina 1-0 4/12 * L Western Carolina 7-8 4/14 W College of Charleston 7-1 4/15 W Charleston Southern 11-8 4/17 * L at Appalachian State 4-5 4/17 * W at Appalachian State 6-0 4/18 * L at Appalachian State 6-9 4/23 $ W Furman (12) 6-4 4/24 $ L Western Carolina 1-2 4/25 $ W Appalachian State 12-3 4/25 $ W East Tennessee State 9-4 4/26 $ L Georgia Southern 0-9 * - Southern Conference game % - at Aiken, S.C. # - Great Savannah Shootout (Savannah, Ga.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 1993 (32-25, 13-9 SoCon)

Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/13 # L Armstrong State 9-10 2/14 # W Howard 20-0 2/14 # W South Carolina State 9-0 2/18 L at Coastal Carolina 5-7 2/19 % W Charlotte 8-5 2/20 % L USC Aiken (10) 8-9 2/22 L UNC Greensboro 8-9 2/23 L at Winthrop 2-5 2/24 W Pembroke State 8-1 2/27 * L Western Carolina 2-12 2/27 * L Western Carolina (9) 7-8 2/28 * W Western Carolina 7-5 3/2 L Mount St. Mary’s 4-6 3/4 W UNC Wilmington (12) 7-6 3/6 * W Appalachian State 3-0 3/6 * W Appalachian State 9-0 3/7 * W Appalachian State 7-4 3/8 W Winthrop 4-0 3/9 W at South Carolina 12-5 3/11 W Norfolk State 7-4 3/14 W Wofford 8-0 3/14 L Wofford 1-3 3/16 L South Carolina 0-7 3/18 L Stetson (11) 9-11 3/19 L UNC Greensboro 5-6 3/20 * L at Davidson 5-10 3/20 * W at Davidson 8-4 3/21 * W at Davidson 9-6 3/22 W at Campbell 7-6 3/27 * L at East Tennessee State 1-4 3/30 W at Charleston Southern (10) 5-3 4/1 W at Pembroke State 9-7 4/3 * W Furman 10-3 4/3 * W Furman (10) 2-1 4/4 * W Furman 5-3 4/6 W at Armstrong State 15-8 4/7 exh W Charleston Rainbows 4-1 4/8 L at UNC Wilmington 3-7 4/10 * L at Georgia Southern 0-3 4/10 * L at Georgia Southern 1-5 4/11 * L at Georgia Southern 4-8 4/12 W South Carolina State 11-2 4/14 L College of Charleston 1-7 4/15 W Campbell 6-2 4/17 * W at Marshall 3-0 4/17 * L at Marshall 2-3

4/18 * L at Marshall 7-8 4/20 W Armstrong State 7-5 4/21 L Coastal Carolina 3-11 4/22 W at South Carolina State 20-2 4/24 * W VMI 3-2 4/24 * W VMI 2-0 4/25 * W VMI 3-2 4/26 W at College of Charleston 2-1 4/27 L Charleston Southern (11) 5-6 4/29 $ W Appalachian State 7-1 4/30 $ L Western Carolina 3-6 5/1 $ L Georgia Southern 6-9 * - Southern Conference game # - Great Savannah Shootout (Savannah, Ga.) % - at Aiken, S.C. $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 1994 (32-34, 11-13 SoCon) SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA East Regionals Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/4 # L vs. North Carolina 1-3 2/5 # W vs. Georgia State 8-4 2/12 W Charlotte 3-1 2/13 L Charlotte 5-8 2/16 L South Carolina 0-8 2/18 W Kentucky 4-2 2/19 L Kentucky (10) 4-5 2/20 L Kentucky 2-11 2/22 L at South Carolina 0-8 2/26 * L at Western Carolina 1-7 2/26 * L at Western Carolina (7) 2-3 2/27 * L at Western Carolina 2-3 3/3 L at Coastal Carolina 10-12 3/5 * W at Appalachian State 6-2 3/5 * L at Appalachian State (7) 6-7 3/6 * W at Appalachian State 5-4 3/7 L James Madison 4-6 3/8 L Winthrop 1-4 3/9 L UNC Greensboro 7-8 3/10 L UNC Greensboro (12) 7-11 3/12 L Princeton (7) 5-6 3/12 L Princeton (7) 2-5 3/13 W Princeton 4-3 3/14 @ W vs. College of Charleston 8-4 3/17 W Liberty 6-2 3/19 * W Davidson 15-4 3/19 * W Davidson (7) 6-2 3/20 * L Davidson 2-4 3/23 W South Carolina 3-2 3/24 W Brown (7) 8-4 3/24 W Brown (7) 2-1 3/26 * W East Tennessee State 3-2 3/26 * L East Tennessee State (7) 1-4 3/27 * W East Tennessee State 5-0 3/29 W at Charleston Southern 8-6 3/30 L at South Carolina (11) 8-9 4/1 * W at Furman 5-2 4/1 * W at Furman (7) 3-2 4/2 * L at Furman 6-7 4/4 W at Campbell 8-0 4/5 L at UNC Wilmington 0-5 4/9 * W Georgia Southern 6-0 4/9 * L Georgia Southern (7) 2-6 4/10 * L Georgia Southern 0-2 4/12 L College of Charleston 2-4 4/13 W Campbell 10-6 4/14 W UNC Wilmington 4-2 4/16 * L Marshall 4-10 4/16 * L Marshall (7) 1-4 4/17 * L Marshall 4-9 4/19 L at Winthrop 4-6 4/20 W Coastal Carolina 3-2 4/23 * W at VMI 8-7 4/23 * L at VMI (7) 6-8 4/24 * W at VMI 6-2 4/26 W Charleston Southern 7-0 4/28 $ W East Tennessee State 8-3 4/29 $ W Davidson 10-4

The2009 Citadel Baseball

The Citadel Baseball History and Records Year-by-Year Results 4/30 $ W VMI 4-3 5/1 $ W Western Carolina 4-2 5/20 ! W Middle Tennessee State (10) 4-3 5/21 ! L Middle Tennessee State 3-11 5/21 ! W Middle Tennessee State 4-0 5/26 ^ L at Clemson 1-5 5/27 ^ W vs. Virginia Tech 4-3 5/28 ^ L vs. Notre Dame 1-5 * - Southern Conference game # - Great Savannah Shootout (Savannah, Ga.) @ - at College Park (Charleston, S.C.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) ! - NCAA Play-In Series (Charleston, S.C.) ^ - NCAA East Regional (Clemson, S.C.) 1995 (39-21, 19-5 SoCon) SoCon Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Mideast Regionals Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/10 # L Kentucky 2-3 2/12 # W South Carolina 9-5 2/14 W Winthrop 6-2 2/17 L North Carolina State 7-13 2/19 L North Carolina State 2-4 2/19 W North Carolina State 7-3 2/21 L at South Carolina 3-7 2/22 W at Coastal Carolina 5-2 2/25 * L Appalachian State (10) 1-2 2/25 * W Appalachian State (7) 3-2 2/26 * W Appalachian State 7-6 2/28 W at College of Charleston 2-1 3/3 % W Xavier 6-1 3/4 % L North Florida 4-7 3/5 % L Central Michigan 3-4 3/6 L Navy 1-4 3/7 L South Carolina 1-3 3/8 W Navy 16-8 3/11 * W at Davidson 6-2 3/11 * L at Davidson (7) 1-4 3/12 * W at Davidson 10-7 3/14 W Butler 3-0 3/15 W Butler 6-5 13-1 3/18 * W at East Tennessee State 3/18 * L at East Tennessee State (7) 3-4 3/19 * L at East Tennessee State 4-7 3/22 L at South Crolina 4-10 3/23 W Brown 9-3 3/24 W Brown 7-6 3/25 * W Furman 15-3 3/25 * W Furman (10) 5-4 3/26 * W Furman 7-5 3/27 L Brown 2-4 3/28 L at North Carolina State 7-14 3/29 L at North Carolina State 1-7 4/1 * W at Georgia Southern 4-1 4/1 * L at Georgia Southern (10) 1-2 4/2 * W at Georgia Southern (11) 5-2 8-3 4/4 W at Charleston Southern (11) 4/8 * W at Marshall 7-1 4/8 * W at Marshall 7-0 4/9 * W at Marshall 4-0 4/12 W Coastal Carolina 6-2 4/15 * W VMI 3-2 4/15 * W VMI (7) 7-4 4/16 * W VMI 3-1 4/18 L College of Charleston 0-4 4/19 L at Winthrop 5-6 4/22 * W Western Carolina 4-2 4/22 * W Western Carolina (7) 11-3 4/23 * W Western Carolina 8-4 4/25 W Charleston Southern 2-1 4/27 $ W Marshall 5-1 4/28 $ W East Tennessee State 10-2 4/29 $ W Georgia Southern 10-4 4/30 $ W Georgia Southern 8-3 5/14 W Georgia College 5-3 5/15 W Georgia College 11-6 5/25 ^ L Tennessee 2-5 5/26 ^ L Pittsburgh 10-12

Bulldogs Media Guide

* - Southern Conference game # - CITGO Southern Challenge (Charleston, S.C.) % - Kennel Club Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) ^ - NCAA Mideast Regional (Knoxville, Tenn.) 1996 (33-26, 13-10 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/9 # W UNC Greensboro 11-8 2/10 # L Old Dominion 5-8 2/11 # L North Carolina State 11-14 2/16 % L vs. Oklahoma State 12-21 2/17 % W vs. Florida 11-9 2/18 % L vs. Southern California 4-12 2/20 W Wofford 20-0 2/21 L at Coastal Carolina 2-3 2/23 W New York Tech 7-4 2/24 W New York Tech 7-6 2/25 W New York Tech 7-3 2/27 W at College of Charleston 14-6 2/28 L Winthrop 8-9 3/2 * L Davidson 6-9 3/2 * W Davidson (7) 8-1 3/3 * L Davidson 10-12 3/5 W James Madison 7-5 3/9 * L East Tennessee State 6-7 3/9 * W East Tennessee State (7) 6-4 3/10 * L East Tennessee State 7-14 3/12 W Virginia Tech 7-3 3/13 L at South Carolina 5-13 3/14 L Virginia Tech 2-6 3/16 * L at Furman 8-9 3/16 * W at Furman (7) 6-4 3/17 * L at Furman (10) 2-3 3/19 W Ohio 9-3 3/20 L South Carolina 1-4 3/21 L New York Tech 9-12 3/22 W Brown 21-5 3/23 * L Georgia Southern 8-10 3/23 * L Georgia Southern (7) 2-8 3/24 * W Georgia Southern 6-5 3/25 L Brown 7-8 3/26 W Brown 13-12 3/30 * W Marshall (11) 4-3 3/30 * W Marshall (7) 15-5 3/31 * W Marshall 6-1 4/2 L at North Carolina State 2-3 4/3 L at North Carolina State 5-13 4/6 * W at VMI 14-4 4/6 * W at VMI (7) 5-1 4/7 * L at VMI 5-13 4/9 W at Charleston Southern 5-1 4/13 * W at Western Carolina 6-1 4/13 * L at Western Carolina (7) 2-5 4/14 * W at Western Carolina 2-1 4/16 W College of Charleston 5-4 4/17 L Coastal Carolina 3-5 4/19 L at Winthrop 4-5 4/21 * W at Appalachian State 10-6 4/21 * W at Appalachian State 12-0 4/23 W Charleston Southern (10) 7-6 4/25 $ W Appalachian State 6-2 4/26 $ L Georgia Southern 3-4 4/27 $ W Furman 17-3 4/28 $ W East Tennessee State 11-0 4/28 $ W VMI 8-5 4/28 $ L Georgia Southern 1-7 * - Southern Conference game # - CITGO Southern Challenge (Charleston, S.C.) % - Gator Slugfest (Gainesville, Fla.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 1997 (37-21, 16-7 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/7 # W East Carolina 8-4 2/8 # W Old Domininion 7-3 2/9 # L Virginia Commonwealth 2-6 2/12 W at College of Charleston 9-2

2/15 % L Wake Forest 7-14 2/16 % L South Carolina (11) 3-4 2/19 L at College of Charleston 5-11 2/22 * L at Davidson 8-9 2/22 * W at Davidson (7) 8-0 2/23 * W at Davidson 15-3 2/26 W Mount St. Mary’s 16-4 2/27 L St. John’s 0-4 3/2 * W at East Tennessee State 9-2 3/2 * W at East Tennessee State 11-3 3/4 W at Charleston Southern 12-7 3/5 W Charleston Southern 7-5 3/8 * W Furman 6-1 3/8 * L Furman (7) 3-4 3/9 * W Furman 6-2 3/11 W College of Charletson 13-4 3/12 L Tennessee Tech 7-9 3/13 W Tennessee Tech 13-3 3/15 * L at Georgia Southern 2-13 3/15 * W at Georgia Southern 8-4 3/16 * L at Georgia Southern 2-4 3/17 W Princeton 16-10 3/18 W Winthrop 16-11 3/19 W Princeton 8-4 3/22 * W at Marshall 18-11 3/22 * W at Marshall (7) 10-3 3/23 * W at Marshall 13-9 3/24 W at East Carolina 19-6 3/25 L at East Carolina 3-10 3/26 W at South Carolina 5-3 3/29 * L VMI (11) 10-11 3/29 * W VMI (7) 12-3 3/30 * W VMI 19-10 4/1 L at North Carolina State 13-17 4/1 L at North Carolina State 0-16 4/5 * L Western Carolina 4-5 4/5 * L Western Carolina (7) 2-5 4/6 * W Western Carolina 6-5 4/8 W College of Charletson 14-11 4/10 L Coastal Carolina (10) 6-7 4/12 * W Appalachian State 8-6 4/12 * W Appalachian State (7) 6-5 4/13 * W Appalachian State 7-2 4/15 W at Charleston Southern 14-8 4/16 L at Coastal Carolina 3-4 4/17 W Winthrop 4-3 4/19 W Wofford 9-8 4/19 L Wofford (7) 1-7 4/20 W Wofford 10-5 4/22 W Charleston Southern 5-2 4/24 $ W Davidson 18-8 4/25 $ W Georgia Southern 14-5 4/26 $ L Western Carolina 3-10 4/27 $ L Furman 2-4 * - Southern Conference game # - Aramark Colonial Southern Challenge (Charleston, S.C.) % - CITGO Southern Challenge (Charleston, S.C.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 1998 (37-24, 21-5 SoCon) SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA East Regionals Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/10 W at Coastal Carolina 11-7 2/13 # L Richmond 4-9 2/14 # L Tennessee 1-5 2/15 # L South Carolina 3-8 2/18 L St. John’s 4-5 2/20 % W Virginia Tech (11) 7-6 2/21 % W Georgia 7-6 2/24 L at Florida State 4-9 2/25 L at Florida State 5-15 2/28 W Radford 3-2 2/28 W Radford (9) 6-5 3/1 L Radford 2-10 3/4 L at Winthrop 3-9 3/6 ! L vs. Troy State 4-10 3/8 ! W vs. Army 10-1 3/10 L Navy 0-4

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The Baseball HistoryCitadel and Records Year-by-Year Results 3/11 L Navy 4-5 3/6 L Connecticut 1-2 3/12 L at North Carolina State 3-10 3/6 W Connecticut (12) 3-2 3/14 * W Appalachian State 7-4 3/7 W Connecticut 9-4 3/14 * W Appalachian State 10-2 3/10 L at Charleston Southern 2-3 3/15 * W Appalachian State 12-3 3/13 * W VMI 16-2 3/21 * W East Tennessee State 4-3 3/13 * W VMI 17-4 3/21 * W East Tennessee State 18-0 3/14 * W VMI 8-4 3/22 * W East Tennessee State 6-4 3/16 L at Florida State 6-10 3/24 * W Wofford 9-4 3/17 L at Florida State 4-8 3/25 L at #4 Clemson 0-5 3/20 * W at Davdson 8-6 3/28 * L UNC Greensboro 0-4 3/20 * W at Davidson 14-1 3/28 * L UNC Greensboro 1-3 3/21 * W at Davidson 11-1 3/29 * L UNC Greensboro (11) 3-5 3/24 L at North Carolina State 5-16 3/31 * W at Georgia Southern 7-1 3/27 * L at East Tennessee State 3-5 4/1 * W at Georgia Southern 9-3 3/27 * L at East Tennessee State 4-5 4/1 * W at Georgia Southern 9-4 3/28 * W at East Tennessee State 7-6 4/4 * W at Furman 1-0 3/30 W Troy State 8-7 4/4 * W at Furman 13-7 4/2 * W Western Carolina 4-1 4/5 * W at Furman 9-3 4/3 * W Western Carolina 6-1 4/7 L at Charleston Southern 10-13 4/3 * W Western Carolina 5-1 4/11 * W Davidson 23-9 4/7 L at South Carolina (10) 4-5 4/11 * L Davidson (8) 3-4 4/10 * W College of Charleston 9-1 4/12 * W Davidson 4-3 4/10 * W College of Charleston 7-6 4/13 W College of Charleston 6-1 4/11 * L College of Charleston 2-6 4/14 W at South Carolina 8-4 4/13 W Winthrop (10) 4-3 4/15 L at North Carolina 2-5 4/14 L Coastal Carolina 2-5 4/18 * L at Western Carolina 6-9 4/17 * W at UNC Greensboro 16-3 4/18 * W at Western Carolina 10-7 4/17 * W at UNC Greensboro 10-6 4/22 * W Wofford 9-0 4/18 * W at UNC Greensboro 12-5 4/22 * W Wofford 24-7 4/21 W at Coastal Carolina 4-3 4/25 * W at VMI 8-4 4/24 * W at Appalachian State 12-4 4/25 * W at VMI 7-4 4/24 * W at Appalachian State 8-5 4/26 * W at VMI 10-6 4/25 * W at Appalachian State (10) 8-7 4/28 L Charleston Southern 3-4 4/27 W at Winthrop 18-4 4/30 $ W Davidson 11-2 5/2 * W Georgia Southern 7-6 5/1 $ W Western Carolina 5-0 5/2 * W Georgia Southern 5-2 5/2 $ W Georgia Southern 9-0 5/5 W Charleston Southern 7-3 5/3 $ W UNC Greensboro 12-1 5/8 * W at Wofford 7-1 5/7 W Presbyterian 12-2 5/9 * L at Wofford 3-4 5/10 + W vs. Howard 15-0 5/9 * W at Wofford 21-4 5/10 L at North Carolina State 3-8 5/11 L Charleston Southern 12-18 5/11 W Presbyterian 9-3 5/11 W Charleston Southern 6-3 5/21 ^ L at #14 Clemson 3-12 5/12 W Coastal Carolina 7-1 5/22 ^ W vs. Fordham 5-1 5/14 * W Furman 24-0 (11) 5/15 * W Furman 5/23 ^ L vs. Virginia Commonwealth 10-5 2-3 5/15 * L Furman 11-16 * - Southern Conference game 5/19 $ W Furman 3-0 # - Franklin Life Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) 5/20 $ W East Tennessee State 13-5 % - Winn-Dixie Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) 5/21 $ W College of Charleston 4-3 ! - at Montgomery, Ala. 5/22 $ W Western Carolina 6-3 + - at Raleigh, N.C. 5/28 ^ L at Florida State 6-24 $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 5/29 ^ L vs. Providence 1-12 ^ - NCAA East Regional (Clemson, S.C.) * - Southern Conference game # - Winn-Dixie Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) 1999 (41-20, 24-5 SoCon) SoCon Champions % - Franklin Life Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) SoCon Tournament Champions + - Kennel Club Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) NCAA Tallahassee Regionals $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) ^ - NCAA Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.) 2000 (39-20, 23-7 SoCon) SoCon Champions Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/11 # W Maryland 7-2 2/12 # W North Carolina State 2-1 2/13 # L South Carolina 2-4 2/18 % W West Virginia 7-5 2/19 % W St. John’s 4-3 2/20 % L Tennessee 3-5 2/25 ! W vs. Xavier 11-4 Head Coach: Fred Jordan 2/26 ! W vs. Western Michigan 21-5 Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/27 ! L at Jacksonville 8-9 2/12 # L Virginia 1-5 3/1 L Winthrop 3-5 2/13 # L North Carolina State 3-5 3/4 * W East Tennessee State 9-4 2/14 # L North Carolina 5-8 3/4 * W East Tennessee State 15-6 2/19 % W Kentucky 4-1 3/5 * W East Tennessee State 14-0 2/20 % W Tennessee 9-1 3/8 W Coastal Carolina 6-1 2/21 % L South Carolina 4-9 3/10 * W at Western Carolina 8-6 2/26 + W vs. Xavier 13-12 3/12 * L at Western Carolina 5-10 2/27 + L vs. Western Michigan 0-9 3/12 * W at Western Carolina 7-5 3/3 W at #19 Clemson 18-15 3/14 W Navy 3-0

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3/15 W Navy 16-3 3/18 * W Wofford 3-1 3/18 * W Wofford 22-2 3/19 * W Wofford 15-3 3/22 L at Georgia 7-16 3/23 W Howard 7-2 3/24 L at #1 Clemson 3-9 3/25 L at #1 Clemson 5-7 3/26 L at #1 Clemson 3-6 3/28 W at North Carolina State 5-4 3/31 * W at VMI 13-5 4/1 * L at VMI 12-14 4/2 * W at VMI 18-1 4/5 L at South Carolina 5-6 4/7 * W UNC Greensboro 5-2 4/8 * W UNC Greensboro 6-2 4/9 * W UNC Greensboro 8-3 4/12 L at Georgia Tech 3-13 4/15 * L at Georgia Southern 6-7 4/15 * L at Georgia Southern 8-9 4/16 * L at Georgia Southern 3-8 4/19 L at Coastal Carolina 6-9 4/21 * W Davidson 20-8 4/22 * W Davidson 17-3 4/22 * W Davidson 11-5 4/25 W Charleston Southern 12-3 4/26 W at Winthrop 11-1 4/28 * L at College of Charleston 9-11 4/29 * W at College of Charleston 11-6 4/30 * W at College of Charleston 7-5 5/6 * W at Furman 12-5 5/6 * W at Furman 12-4 5/7 * L at Furman 7-10 5/8 W at Charleston Southern 8-2 5/11 * W Appalachian State 6-5 5/11 * W Appalachian State 12-0 5/12 * W Appalachian State 7-1 5/17 $ W Davidson 6-2 5/18 $ W College of Charleston 6-3 5/19 $ L Georgia Southern (10) 3-5 5/20 $ L Furman 1-11 * - Southern Conference game # - Trademark Properties Classic (Charleston, S.C.) % - Winn-Dixie Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) ! - Kennel Club Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2001 (38-24, 20-10 SoCon) SoCon Tournament Champions Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/2 # L vs. Oklahoma State 1-6 2/3 # L vs. UC Riverside 0-12 2/4 # L vs. San Diego State 3-5 2/9 ! W Richmond 7-5 2/10 ! W Old Dominion 6-2 2/11 ! W Virginia Commonwealth 8-4 2/16 % W Maryland 5-4 2/17 % L North Carolina State 4-13 2/18 % W Tennessee 15-2 2/21 W St. John’s 18-3 2/24 L Connecticut 4-11 2/24 W Connecticut 10-4 2/25 W Connecticut 6-3 3/2 * W VMI 8-0 3/3 * W VMI 8-1 3/4 * W VMI 7-2 3/6 W William & Mary 15-3 3/7 W William & Mary 12-2 3/9 * W Georgia Southern 10-6 3/10 * W Georgia Southern 8-2 3/11 * W Georgia Southern 3-2 3/13 W Butler 9-3 3/15 W Butler 5-1 3/17 * W at East Tennessee State 9-6 3/17 * W at East Tennessee State 18-0 3/18 * L at East Tennessee State 9-10 3/27 L at Florida State 0-3 3/28 W at Florida State 5-2 3/31 * W at Davidson 9-1

The2009 Citadel Baseball

The Citadel Baseball History and Records Year-by-Year Results 3/31 * L at Davidson 3-4 4/1 * L at Davidson 13-15 4/3 L at Charleston Southern 3-4 4/6 * W Western Carolina 7-0 4/7 * L Western Carolina 6-7 4/8 * L Western Carolina 6-12 4/10 L South Carolina 7-12 4/11 L at South Carolina 2-4 4/13 * W at Wofford 5-4 4/14 * W at Wofford 9-7 4/14 * W at Wofford 7-4 4/17 L at Coastal Carolina 7-8 4/18 L Winthrop 7-9 4/21 * W at Appalachian State 10-8 4/21 * L at Appalachian State 3-9 4/22 * W at Appalachian State 13-10 4/24 L Charleston Southern 4-6 4/25 W at Winthrop 7-3 4/28 * L Furman 1-2 4/28 * W Furman 3-0 4/29 * L Furman 4-6 5/4 * W at UNC Greensboro 6-5 5/5 * L at UNC Greensboro 3-4 5/6 * W at UNC Greensboro 8-4 5/10 * W College of Charleston 4-3 5/11 * W College of Charleston 9-4 5/12 * L College of Charleston 1-9 5/16 $ W East Tennessee State 3-2 5/17 $ W Appalachian State 5-3 5/18 $ W Georgia Southern 3-2 5/19 $ W UNC Greensboro 5-3 5/25 ^ L at South Carolina 0-16 5/26 ^ L vs. Princeton 6-11 * - Southern Conference game # - Caballero Classic (Yuma, Ariz.) ! - Trademark Properties Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) % - The Citadel Invitational (Charleston, S.C.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) ^ - NCAA Regional (Columbia, S.C.) 2002 (31-26, 22-8 SoCon) SoCon Champions Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/15 # W North Carolina State 3-2 2/16 # L Maryland 6-8 2/17 # L North Carolina State 8-14 2/17 # L Richmond 3-4 2/22 % W West Virginia 1-0 2/23 % L Virgnia Tech 3-12 2/24 % L Virginia 4-5 3/1 L at Jacksonville 1-2 3/5 W Charleston Southern 4-0 3/6 W at Coastal Carolina 2-1 3/8 * W Davidson 4-3 3/9 * W Davidson 8-6 3/10 * W Davidson 5-3 3/13 W Pace University 11-2 3/13 L Pace Universtiy 1-3 3/15 * W Appalachian State 9-1 3/16 * W Appalachian State 10-2 3/17 * W Appalachian State 8-4 3/19 L at Florida State 0-4 3/20 L at Florida State 3-11 3/22 * L at College of Charleston 0-10 3/23 * W at College of Charleston 14-7 3/24 * L at College of Charleston 8-9 3/27 W South Carolina 5-1 3/28 * W East Tennessee State 3-2 3/29 * W East Tennessee State 6-0 3/30 * W East Tennessee State 8-2 4/3 W Charleston Southern 8-2 4/5 * W at Western Carolina 8-3 4/6 * W at Western Carolina 7-0 4/7 * L at Western Carolina 1-2 4/10 L at South Carolina 0-2 4/12 * L UNC Greensboro 0-5 4/13 * W UNC Greensboro 4-1 4/14 * W UNC Greensboro 4-1 4/17 L at Charleston Southern 13-18

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5/11 * W at UNC Greensboro 11-6 5/14 W at South Carolina 7-4 5/17 * W VMI 10-0 5/17 * L VMI 6-7 5/18 * W VMI 5-1 5/21 $ L College of Charleston 2-8 5/22 $ L VMI 1-2 * - Southern Conference game # - ESPN Radio Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) % - Crab House Challenge (Charleston, S.C.) $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2004 (39-28, 21-9 SoCon) SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Columbia (S.C.) Regionals Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/15 # W Charlotte 5-0 2/20 # L Richmond 1-2 2/21 # W West Virginia 5-4 2/22 # L Old Dominion (15) 6-8 2/28 % L North Carolina State 1-3 2/28 % L College of Charleston 4-5 3/2 ! W vs. Oregon State 7-6 3/3 ! W vs. Chicago State 5-0 3/4 ! L at Hawai’i 3-6 3/5 ! L vs. Oregon State 2-3 3/6 ! W vs. Chicago State 11-3 3/10 L Coastal Carolina 3-12 3/12 * W at Elon 5-4 3/13 * W at Elon 13-7 3/14 * L at Elon 4-6 3/17 W at North Carolina State 5-2 3/19 * W Western Carolina 4-0 3/20 * W Western Carolina 6-3 3/21 * W Western Carolina 6-3 3/23 W at Charleston Southern 19-6 3/24 W at Winthrop 5-4 3/26 * W at Wofford 9-1 3/27 * W at Wofford 7-4 3/28 * W at Wofford (10) 8-4 3/31 L Charleston Southern 4-12 4/2 * W Appalachian State 6-2 4/3 * W Appalachian State 9-1 4/4 * W Appalachian State 13-9 4/7 L Charleston Southern 7-12 4/9 * W at College of Charleston 10-5 4/10 * L at College of Charleston 4-15 4/11 * L at College of Charleston 7-9 4/14 L at Charleston Southern 2-5 4/16 W High Point 10-4 4/17 W High Point 11-10 4/18 W High Point 14-2 4/20 L at #17 Clemson 4-13 4/21 L at South Carolina 2-5 4/23 * W Davidson 3-0 4/24 * W Davidson 12-3 4/25 * W Davidson 6-2 4/30 * L at East Tennessee State 9-10 5/1 * L at East Tennessee State (13) 7-10 7-9 5/2 * L at East Tennessee State 5/4 W Savannah State 5-2 5/5 L Savannah State 5-7 5/7 * W Furman 11-1 5/8 * W Furman 5-4 5/9 * W Furman 9-4 5/11 L at Coastal Carolina 5-8 5/12 L South Carolina (10) 1-6 5/14 * L at Georgia Southern 8-11 5/15 * L at Georgia Southern 10-11 5/16 * L at Georgia Southern 4-13 5/18 L Winthrop 2-5 5/20 * W UNC Greensboro 7-3 5/21 * W UNC Greensboro 6-1 5/22 * W UNC Greensboro 7-3 5/26 $ W East Tennessee State 6-2 5/27 $ W Davidson 10-1 5/28 $ L Western Carolina 2-5 5/29 $ W College of Charleston 7-2

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2/11 W East Tennessee State (10) 11-4 2/16 # W Richmond 7-6 2/17 # L Liberty 1-2 2/18 # W #1 South Carolina 7-6 2/23 % L Virginia Tech (11) 4-5 2/24 % L Minnesota 3-6 2/25 % W UNC Asheville 4-3 2/27 W Campbell 20-10 3/2 ! W vs. James Madison 5-4 3/3 ! W vs. Kent State 13-9 3/10 L Columbia 1-14 3/10 W Columbia 2-1 3/11 W Columbia 6-1 3/13 W Savannah State 8-7 3/16 W Eastern Illinois (10) 19-14 3/17 W Eastern Illinois 5-4 3/18 W Eastern Illinois 5-4 3/20 W Winthrop 8-3 3/23 * L Elon 1-3 3/24 * W Elon 8-6 3/25 * L Elon 8-12 3/27 L Brown 4-6 3/28 W Brown 6-5 3/30 * L at Western Carolina 3-7 3/31 * L at Western Carolina 5-12 4/1 * L at Western Carolina 3-18 4/4 & L vs. College of Charleston (10) 0-7 4/6 * W Wofford 11-8 4/7 * W Wofford (10) 17-5 4/7 * W Wofford 8-7 4/13 * L at Appalachian State 7-9 4/13 * W at Appalachian State 17-0 4/14 * W at Appalachian State 8-5 4/18 L at Charleston Southern 6-9 4/20 * L at Davidson 4-6 4/21 * W at Davidson 25-14 4/22 * W at Davidson 9-4 4/24 L Coastal Carolina 1-5 4/27 * L College of Charleston 2-7 4/28 * L College of Charleston 9-15 4/29 * L College of Charleston 4-10 5/4 * L at UNC Greensboro (11) 3-6 5/6 * L at UNC Greensboro 7-8 5/6 * W at UNC Greensboro 10-3 5/8 W at East Carolina 8-6 5/9 L at South Carolina 3-12 5/11 * W Georgia Southern 9-1 5/12 * W Georgia Southern 8-3 5/13 * L Georgia Southern 4-17 5/15 W Charleston Southern 8-2 5/17 * L at Furman 2-4 5/18 * W at Furman 13-5 5/19 * L at Furman 3-7 5/22 $ W Davidson 7-0 5/23 $ W Western Carolina 7-2 5/24 $ W Elon 6-5 5/25 $ L Wofford 2-6 5/26 $ W Elon 5-2 5/26 $ L Wofford 2-4 * - Southern Conference game # - Charleston Crab House Shootout presented by Trademark Properties (Charleston, S.C.) % - Homewood Suites Shootout (Charleston, S.C.) ! - at Rock Hill, S.C. & - played at Riley Park with CofC as the home team $ - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2008 (28-28, 12-15 SoCon) Head Coach: Fred Jordan Date Note W/L Opponent Inn. Score 2/23 L Delaware 2-7 2/23 W Delaware 12-0 2/24 L Delaware 4-6 2/27 W UNC Wilmington 3-1 2/29 # W North Carolina A&T (10) 2-1 3/1 # W #23 Louisville (10) 1-0 3/2 # L North Carolina State 3-4 3/4 W USC Upstate 10-1 3/5 W USC Upstate (12) 4-3 3/8 % W Evansville 13-8

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RosA, Jr. Lt Gen John W.

The Citadel President Fourth Year The Citadel, ’73

The Citadel President Lt Gen John W. Rosa was born in Springfield, Ill., Sept. 28, 1951. After graduating high school in Jacksonville, Fla., in 1969, he was recruited to play football at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. While at The Citadel, Rosa was the starting Bulldog quarterback in 1970 and went on to earn three varsity letters in football. He graduated from The Citadel in 1973 with a degree in business administration and was awarded a commission in the Air Force. A command fighter pilot with more than 3,600 flying hours, Rosa enjoyed an illustrious 32-year career in the Air Force. Among his career highlights, he was stationed in Lossiemouth, Scotland, as an American exchange officer flying the Jaguar for the Royal Air Force. He has commanded at squadron, group and wing levels at air bases in South Korea, Idaho, South Carolina, New Mexico and Georgia. He served as inspector general for Pacific Air Forces at Hickam Air Force Base in Hawaii and commandant of The Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama. As deputy director for operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington, D.C., he was in charge of the National Military Command Center and served as the military spokesman for the Pentagon when U.S. troops were deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq in 2002. In July 2003, he was named superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., and in September of that year, he was promoted to lieutenant general.

with two oak leaf clusters. He has flown the A-7, A-10, Hunter and Jaguar aircraft, F-16, F-117A, HH-60G and HC-130. On Jan. 3, 2006, Rosa returned to The Citadel where he serves as 19th president. He is married to Donna Kangeter, a Charleston native. They have two sons, Jonathan and Brad (‘03), and a grandson, Michael Bradley, who is the son of Jonathan and his wife, Elisha.

Rosa holds a master’s degree in public administration from Golden Gate University. He is a graduate of the Air Force Command and Staff College, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College. He has also studied at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster, the Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, the Air Force Commendation Medal and the Combat Readiness Medal

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Leckonby Larry

Director of Athletics First Year Duke, ’79

The Citadel’s President Lt Gen John W. Rosa, Jr. named Larry Leckonby as the 11th athletics director at the South Carolina Military College in a press conference held at the Altman Athletics Center on June 13, 2008. Leckonby officially joined the Bulldog Family in July. Prior to The Citadel, Leckonby spent six years as a senior associate athletic director at the University of Maryland. Hired as the athletic department’s Chief Financial Officer in September 2002, he managed the department’s annual $51.2 million operating budget, capital projects and long-range financial forecasting. In addition, Leckonby was the sport supervisor for women’s basketball, assisted the Athletic Director with men’s basketball and football, and supervised the athletic business office, athletic ticket office and information technology. He was also responsible for coordinating departmental construction projects, which have included a $50.8 million expansion of the Football Stadium, as well as expansions to the Gossett Football Team House, new grass and field turf practice fields and the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex. He also served on several campus committees including the University Finance Committee and the University Facilities Advisory Committee. Prior to accepting the position at Maryland, Leckonby served as the senior associate director of athletics at the University of Houston, appointed in January 1998. He was responsible for the daily administration of the department and specific areas of duty involving finance, planning, fund-raising and marketing. He also served as interim athletics director for six months in 2001 and 2002. Leckonby also worked as the associate AD for business affairs at Boston College for four-and-a-half years (1993-98), and the assistant AD for finance and operations at Old Dominion University for five years (1988-93). He was the ticket manager and assistant business manager at Boston University from 1982 to 1988, after beginning his athletics business career at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) where he was an administrative assistant to the business manager beginning in 1981. A former lacrosse player at Duke University, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in management science in 1979. He earned a master’s degree in sport management from Massachusetts in 1983. Leckonby is an active member of the College Athletic Business Managers Association. While serving on numerous finance and planning committees during his career, he also has helped direct several NCAA and conference championships including NCAA Baseball Super Regional events in 1999, 2000 and 2002. Leckonby and his wife, Cris, have two daughters, Hunter and Katie, and a son, William.

Leckonby Family (L-R): Katie, Larry, Hunter, Cris and William

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Jerry Baker TCBF Executive Director

Robby Bennett Assistant AD/TicketEvent Management

Noelle Orr Blaney Director of Media Relations

Al Buddin Asst. Business Mgr./ PA Announcer

Kenny Caldwell Orthopedic Surgeon

Carey Capell Director of Medical Services

Craig Clark Assistant Director/ Sports Medicine

Andy Clawson Director of Sports Medicine

Thomas Cummings Assistant Facilities

Caleb Davis TCBF Assistant Director/Fundraising

Mike Groshon Assistant AD/ Facilities

Gina Inabnett TCBF Donor Relations

Todd Lair Assistant AD/ Compliance

Michelle Lomonaco Athletic Trainer/ Rehab. Coordinator

Lynn Meador Athletics Business Manager

Barbara Mellor TCBF Business Manager

Tim Mitchell Equipment Manager

Reah Nicholson Assistant Director of Media Relations

Russ Pace Photographer

Col Paul Plunkett Sr. Associate AD

Cyril Samonte Videographer

Lt. Col. William Sharbrough FAR

Kelly Simpson Associate AD/SWA

Courtney Smith Daktronics GM/ Director of Sales

Andy Solomon Associate AD/ Marketing-Promotions

Patrick Walsh Associate Director of Media Relations

Damon Coiro Strength & Conditioning

Erin Crawford Strength & Conditioning

Joseph Douglas Media Relations

Jessie Evans Media Relations

Amy Heinrichs Sports Medicine

Melanie Henkes Daktronics Sales & Marketing

Ashley Keyes Media Relations

Brittney Lang Sports Medicine

Amber Manor Strength & Conditioning

Patrick O’Neal Sports Medicine

Jamie Severns Media Relations

Allison Taylor Media Relations

Chris Thorner Strength & Conditioning

Joseph Varga Strength & Conditioning

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Goldwater Darren

Play-by-Play Announcer Sixth Year Penn State, ’02 The Citadel Sports Network The Citadel Sports Network, in conjunction with The Kirkman Network, enters its 24th year of broadcasting Bulldog Athletics on the radio. For the 2009 season, select Bulldog Baseball games will be broadcast on SportsRadio 1450 WQNT AM, with coverage beginning approximately 20 minutes before first pitch.

Tentative 2009 Broadcast Schedule Date March 13 March 14 March 15 March 20 March 21 March 22 March 31 April 7 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 15 April 18 April 19 May 7 May 8 May 10 May 20-24

Opponent at Appalachian State at Appalachian State at Appalachian State at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina vs. South Carolina at College of Charleston at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson at South Carolina at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at Furman at Furman at Furman at Southern Conference Tournament

Time 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

Darren Goldwater enters his first year as “The Voice of the Bulldogs.” He has served five seasons with Bulldog Baseball as the play-by-play announcer, while working as the producer and co-host of Bobby Hartin’s FanTalk on ESPN 910 The Team. Goldwater also spent four years as the play-by-play announcer for Lowcountry high school football, including last year’s ESPN Radio High School Game of the Week and the CSS Shrine Bowl broadcast. He is also the host of “Ed Conroy and Friends” on ESPN Radio 910 The Team. Goldwater is a 2002 graduate of Penn State, where he majored in journalism and minored in speech communications. He was recently married to Summerville-native Ryan Nelson, host of Lowcountry Live on ABC News 4.

Contact Information Darren Goldwater The Citadel Sports Network 60 Markfield Drive, Suite 4 Charleston, SC 29407 Phone: (843) 763-6631 Fax: (843) 766-1239 Email: darren@kirkmanbroadcasting.com

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Media Guidelines The 2009 Citadel Baseball Media Guide is designed to assist members of the media in their coverage of Bulldog Baseball. Additional information, including releases and photographs may be obtained by contacting The Citadel Media Relations Office at (843) 953-7590. Please take a moment to review the following policies and services that are intended to assist you in your coverage of The Citadel Baseball this season.

Media Services The Citadel baseball press box is located on Baseball Contact the second level of Riley Park. Stairs are loPatrick Walsh cated on each side of the press box, behind Patrick.Walsh@citadel.edu home plate. There is also elevator access Work: (843) 953-7590 on the main concourse. The press box is Cell: (843) 708-0915 equipped with power outlets for every seat. Fax: (843) 953-6727 The main press box phone number is (843) Press Box: (843) 965-4151 965-4151. There are two phone lines availPatrick Walsh is in his fourth able on a first-come, first-serve basis, along year as the Associate Director with high-speed internet and wireless interof Media Relations for The Citadel Athletics. Media Credentials net access. A phone line is available for both The Citadel’s Associate Director of Media home and visiting radios. Pregame notes, At The Citadel, Walsh assists with all day-to-day meRelations, Patrick Walsh, will handle work- programs and media guides will be provided dia relations responsibilities and is the webmaster for CitadelSports.com. He serves as the second- ing press and photographer credentials for before each game. A complete box score ary contact for football while serving as the primary the Bulldogs’ home games. Please make will be distributed shortly after the contest. contact for baseball and men’s and women’s cross your requests for media credentials in writcountry. Walsh also oversees game operations du- ing at least one day in advance by mail, fax Visiting Radio ties for baseball at Riley Park. Walsh is an active or e-mail. Passes will be left at the “Will Visiting radio personnel desiring to broadmember of the Collegiate Sports Information Direc- Call” entrance at Riley Park. cast athletic events from Riley Park should tors of America (CoSIDA) and serves on the CoSIDA contact the Media Relations Office at the Publications Committee. He also is a member of the Media Parking earliest possible date to request permission National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association There is no reserved press parking. Park- and obtain credentials. (NCBWA). ing spaces in the stadium parking lot are On The Internet The 2007 track and field media guide that Walsh de- limited. signed was ranked 24th in the nation by the College The Citadel baseball web page can be found Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Weekly Interview Policy at http://www.CitadelSports.com/baseball. with the 2006 cross country guide being tabbed Interviews involving athletic coaches, staff All current Bulldog Baseball information can 31st. Walsh also helped engineer the redesign of and players must be arranged through be found on this site, including game notes, CitadelSports.com. the Media Relations Office. The best time weekly stories, comprehensive statistics, Walsh is a 2005 graduate of the University of South to reach Coach Fred Jordan is during the and biographies of all members of the team Carolina where he majored in sport and entertain- morning hours, Monday through Friday, ex- and the coaching staff. Live stats for most ment management and was a member of the South cept on game days. The Athletics Media Bulldog baseball games can also be acCarolina Honors College. Relations Office will arrange interviews with cessed through this site. The page will be all players in accordance with the best time maintained during the season by The CitaWalsh, a native of Louisville, Ky., resides in Charles- available for the reporter and player. Please del Athletics Media Relations Office. The ton. contact Associate Director of Athletics Me- site is hosted by JumpTV, Inc. dia Relations Patrick Walsh at least one day Staff Directory in advance to schedule an interview. Most of the Bulldogs’ baseball games can Director of Media Relations be found on Bulldog Insider, the premium Noelle Orr Blaney Noelle.Orr@citadel.edu Postgame Interviews content section of CitadelSports.com. Live Football, Golf The Citadel’s post-game interviews will be video will be available for almost all home Associate Director of Media Relations held on the field immediately following a games while a live audio stream will be Patrick Walsh Patrick.Walsh@citadel.edu 10-minute cool down period. We ask that available for any road games broadcast on Baseball, Cross Country, Football (Secondary), Website you supply The Citadel Associate Director of the radio. Select road games will also have Assistant Director of Media Relations Athletic Media Relations Patrick Walsh with a video feed. Reah Nicholson Reah.Nicholson@citadel.edu the names of the players you wish to interBasketball, Volleyball view prior to the end of the eighth inning. On The Radio Graphics/Video Streaming Coordinator Jamie Severns Jamie.Severns@citadel.edu Photography Areas The Citadel Sports Network, in conjunction No photographers are allowed inside the with Kirkman Broadcasting, enters its 24th Media Relations Assistants Ashley Keyes Ashley.Keyes@citadel.edu gate leading to the field once the game has year of broadcasting Bulldog Athletics on the started. There are two camera wells at the radio. The Citadel Sports Network is tentaSoccer, Tennis, Track & Field end of each dugout that will be available to tively scheduled to broadcast 17 games as Allison Taylor TaylorL1@citadel.edu working photographers. Photographers are well as Southern Conference Tournament Rifle, Wrestling reminded to be courteous of the fans in the games this season. The Citadel’s games Main Office Phone Number areas surrounding the field, and to not ob- will be aired on WQNT/SportsRadio 1450 (843) 953-5120 struct fans’ view of the game in play. Pho- AM in Charleston. Darren Goldwater will tographers are asked to enter and exit the again handle the play-by-play duties this Mailing/Shipping Address camera wells during the half-innings. year. The Citadel Media Relations McAlister Field House 171 Moultrie Street Charleston, SC 29409

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Administration and Media Information Media Outlets

Local and Regional Print Associated Press Pete Iacobelli 1311 Marion St. Columbia, SC 29202 (800) 922-1565 Fax: (803) 252-2913 The Post and Courier Jeff Hartsell Ken Burger, Columnist 134 Columbus St. Charleston, SC 29403-4800 (843) 937-5586 Fax: (843) 937-5579 The State Steve Argeris P.O. Box 1333 Columbia, SC 29202 (800) 456-8470 Fax: (803) 771-8613 Television WCSC-TV5 2126 Charlie Hall Blvd. Charleston, SC 29414 (843) 402-5751 Fax: (843) 402-5591

WIRE AND STATS

Stats, Inc. (847) 585-2100 fax (847) 470-9140 fax (800) 336-0383

SportsTicker (800) 766-1899 Fax: (800) 336-0383 National Media Baseball America Will Kimmey, College Baseball Writer P.O. Box 2089 Durham, NC 27702 (919) 682-9635 Fax: (919) 682-2880 Collegiate Baseball Lou Pavlovich, Jr., Editor 2515 N. Stone Ave. Tucson, AZ 85705 (520) 623-4530 Fax: (520) 624-5501 Ping! Baseball Nick Herfordt nick.herfordt@pingbaseball.com

WCIV-TV4 P.O. Box 22165 Charleston, SC 29413 (843) 881-4444 Fax: (843) 849-2519

SEBaseball.com Mark Etheridge P.O. Box 1604 Brentwood, TN 37204 (615) 507-1000

WCBD-TV2 210 Coleman Blvd. Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 (843) 884-2288 Fax: (843) 881-3410

USA Baseball Dave Fanucchi Durham Bulls Athletic Park 403 Blackwell Street Durham, NC 27701 (919) 474-8721 Fax: (919) 474-8822

Comcast “The Dog Pound” Comcast Spotlight 4400 Belle Oaks Drive Charleston, SC 29405 (843) 266-3254 Fax: (843) 266-3271 Radio

WQNT 1450AM Darren Goldwater 60 Markfield Drive, Suite 4 Charleston, SC 29407 (843) 763-6631 Fax: (843) 766-1239 S.C. News Network Phil Kornblut 3710 Landmark Drive, Suite 100 Columbia, SC 29204 (800) 956-7266 Fax: (803) 790-4309

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USAToday.com Dana Grodin bbwcollege@aol.com

Road Headquarters

Coastal Carolina March 4 Day Trip to Conway, S.C.

Appalachian State March 12-14 Holiday Inn Express 1943 Blowing Rock Road Boone, NC 28607 (828) 264-2451 Western Carolina March 19-22 Best Western 248 WBI Drive Dillsboro, NC 28725 (828) 586-6060 Charleston Southern March 25 Day Trip to Ladson, S.C. College of Charleston April 7 Day Trip to Mount Pleasant, S.C. Davidson April 10-12 Courtyard by Marriott 16700 Northcross Drive Huntersville, NC 28078 South Carolina April 15 Day Trip to Coumbia, S.C. UNC Greensboro April 16-19 Embassy Suites 204 Centreport Drive Greensboro, NC 27409 (336) 668-4535 Winthrop April 22 Day Trip to Rock Hill, S.C. Furman May 7-10 Hilton 45 West Orchard Park Drive Greenville, SC 49615 (864) 232-4747 Presbyterian May 12 Day Trip to Clinton, S.C. SoCon Tournament May 19-TBD Hilton 45 West Orchard Park Drive Greenville, SC 49615 (864) 232-4747 All travel plans are subject to change.

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The Citadel Administration and Baseball Media Information Media Roster 1

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Trey Thomas

SR s OF s 6-0 s 185 James Island, S.C.

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Justin Mackert

FR s OF s 6-0 s 195 Cleveland, Ohio

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Asher Wojciechowski SO s RHP s 6-4 s 205 Beaufort, S.C.

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Matt Talley

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Chris Boyce

JR s RHP s 6-4 s 200 Apopka, Fla.

Nick Sprowls

Matt Simonelli

Damon Ardis

Joey Welling

Richard Jones

JR s C s 6-0 s 210 Sumter, S.C.

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FR s INF s 6-3 s 205 Goose Creek, S.C.

SR s OF s 5-9 s 175 Charleston, S.C.

Drew Mahaffey

SO s LHP s 6-1 s 175 Summerville, S.C.

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Legare Jones

SO s INF s 5-8 s 160 Columbia, S.C.

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Fred Jordan

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Matt Crim

SR s LHP s 6-0 s 190 Summerville, S.C.

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JR s LHP s 5-7 s 165 Mount Pleasant, S.C.

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Jim Johnson

FR s OF s 5-9 s 160 Mount Pleasant, S.C.

Kyle Jordan

Head Coach 18th Season

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Sid Fallaw

SR s C s 5-11 s 190 Columbia, S.C.

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Matt Reifsnider

JR s RHP s 5-8 s 170 R-SO s OF s 5-10 s 170 JR s INF s 5-10 s 170 JR s RHP/C/INF s 5-11 s 165 Simpsonville, S.C. Orlando, Fla. Goose Creek, S.C. Ormand Beach, Fla.

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Raymond Copenhaver

Bryan Altman

R-JR s INF s 6-1 s 170 Summerville, S.C.

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SO s LHP s 6-6 s 175 Sumter, S.C.

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Jeremy Long

Sonny Meade

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Nick Orvin

FR s INF/OF s 5-11 s 180 Moncks Corner, S.C.

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David Greene

FR s INF s 6-3 s 200 Columbia, S.C.

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Wes Wrenn

SR s RHP s 5-11 s 185 High Point, N.C.

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TJ Clarkson

Chris McGuiness

FR s RHP s 5-10 s 190 SR s OF/RHP s 6-5 s 230 FR s RHP/OF s 6-3 s 195 JR s INF/LHP s 6-0 s 190 Summerville, S.C. Coral Springs, Fla. Clover, S.C. James Island, S.C.

William Ladd

R-FR s OF s 6-1 s 195 Winnsboro, N.C.

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Grant Richards

SO s C s 5-11 s 165 Morrisville, N.C.

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David Beckley Assistant Coach Eighth Season

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Zach Garrett

FR s RHP s 6-2 s 230 Alpharetta, Ga.

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Chris Evans

FR s LHP s 6-0 s 180 Moncks Corner, S.C.

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Randy Carlson Assistant Coach Fourth Season

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Johnny Dangerfield SR s INF s 5-11 s 160 Moncks Corner, S.C.

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Brian Shubsda

SR s OF s 6-1 s 190 Toms River, N.J.

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Kirk Sims

SO s C s 5-11 s 220 Columbia, S.C.

Chase Martin

R-SO s RHP s 6-2 s 205 Weddington, N.C.

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Jon Aughey

Assistant Coach First Season

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