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Welcome to Lakeland Community College, the first college in Ohio founded by a vote of the people. As a college, we take great pride in providing students with the education and training needed to earn a degree, start a career, upgrade job skills or complete the first two years of college education. In addition, it is essential for the college to provide students with opportunities to enhance their college experiences through participation in athletics or on-campus student organizations.

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When it comes to athletics, Lakeland has an outstanding history of its teams and players performing at the highest level. Our coaches are top-notch and our studentathletes always strive for excellence on the field, on the court, and especially in the classroom. Whether you are a participant or a spectator, thank you for supporting Lakeland’s intercollegiate athletic programs. Sit back and enjoy another exciting, fast-paced season! Morris W. Beverage Jr., E.D.M. President

Scott M. Barlow, Athletic Director and Athletic Facility Manager

“Academic success for every student-athlete is the ultimate goal of the athletic department at Lakeland Community College,” says athletic director Scott Barlow. “We believe that success in athletics can support success in the classroom and, ultimately, a successful life.”

“We are proud of the fact that we led the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference in academic award winners in 200809. We also had two NJCAA Academic All-Americans and an NJCAA Distinguished Academic All-American.” Barlow was named Lakeland’s athletic director during the summer of 2000. He brought with him an extensive educational and practical background in teaching, coaching, and administration.

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“At Lakeland, our athletic programs are designed to enhance an athlete’s academic experience by helping our students develop the critical life skills of time management, self-discipline, the ability to work within a team environment, and recognition of the need for personal improvement.”

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Barlow currently serves as the commissioner of the OCCAC and is the NJCAA Region XII women’s division director. He is also regional representative for the NJCAA Division II volleyball and women’s basketball poll and a member of several NJCAA standing committees including softball, swimming, and diving. He is the national chair of the NJCAA’s DII women’s basketball committee. Barlow was named OCCAC Athletic Director of the Year in 2002 and was selected as Co-Athletic Director of the Year in 2005. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from the State University of New York College at Cortland, where he was a four year varsity baseball player. He has two master’s degrees; one in physical education and health from Radford University and another in administrative supervision from the State University of New York – Plattsburgh. Barlow currently resides in Painesville Township with his wife, Jennifer, and three school age children who are active in a variety of sports.

1995, 1998, 2004, 2005 (Fall), 2006 (Fall), 2008 (Fall) OCCAC Champions

Table of Contents 2011-12 Overall Record 21-29 OCCAC Record 10-14 OCCAC Finish Second Players Returning Eight

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Howie Krause Greg Gerland Julie Phillips

STUDENT-ATHLETES Returners........................................................................... 6-8 Newcomers..................................................................... 9-12 SEASON OUTLOOK 2013 Preview...................................................................... 13 OCCAC Opponent Guide................................................... 13 2012 IN REVIEW Game-by-Game Results..................................................... 14 Individual Leaders.............................................................. 14 Team Statistics................................................................... 14 Conference Honors............................................................ 14 HISTORY & RECORDS All-Americans..................................................................... 15 Single Season Records...................................................... 15 Career Records.................................................................. 15 Lakers Playing Professionally............................................ 15 Lakers Who Were Drafted.................................................. 15

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach Howie Krause.................................................. 5 Assistant Coach Greg Gerland............................................. 5

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Location Kirtland, Ohio Founded 1967 Enrollment 9,600 Nickname Lakers Colors Blue & Silver Affiliation NJCAA Division II Region 12 Conference OCCAC President Dr. Morris W. Beverage Jr. Athletic Director Scott Barlow Assistant Athletic Director Patrick Gordon Athletic Secretary Jeanne Sudyk Web Site www.lakelandcc.edu/athletics Department Phone (440) 525-7302 Department Fax (440) 525-7636

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No. Name 1 Anthony Labondano 5 Mike Sutkaytis 6 Aaron Bledsoe 7 Tony Connacher 8 Zach Popely 9 John Gora 10 Mason Wisner 11 Matt Wheeler 12 Blaine Lang 13 Justin Webb 15 Derek Rose 16 Manny Garcia 17 Anthony Paone 18 Giancarlo Saia 19 Antonio Dozier 20 Matt Hamons 21 Brandon Easton 22 Matt Davidson 23 Andrew Dito 24 Sean Mancino 28 Bobby Dragon 30 Jake Stauffer 31 Brian Kusey 32 Wil Shortreed 33 Matt Clarke

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Ht. 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-11 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-1 5-10 5-7 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-6

Wt. 180 175 175 170 190 190 205 185 180 170 180 210 215 185 205 205 195 195 180 175 205 200 155 205 240

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B/T Hometown / High School L/L Cleveland, Ohio / Vermilion L/L Sagamore Hills, Ohio / Nordonia R/R Amherst, Ohio / Amherst Steele R/R Parma, Ohio / Holy Name R/R Ashtabula, Ohio / Edgewood L/L Youngstown, Ohio / Western Reserve R/R Bay Village, Ohio / Bay R/L New Philadelphia, Ohio / Indian Valley R/R Canfield, Ohio / Ursuline R/R Parma Heights, Ohio / Valley Forge L/L Geneva, Ohio / Geneva R/R Cleveland, Ohio / Lincoln-West R/R Canton, Ohio / Canton Central Catholic L/R Mentor, Ohio / Lake Catholic R/R Cincinnati, Ohio / Withrow L/L Willard, Ohio / Willard L/L Rome, Ohio / Pymatuning Valley R/R Markham, Ontario / Brother Andre R/R Lorain, Ohio / Amherst R/R Youngstown, Ohio / Austintown Fitch L/L Ashtabula, Ohio / Edgewood L/L Youngstown, Ohio / Boardman R/R St. Catharines, Ontario / Governor Simcoe R/R Westlake, Ohio / Westlake R/R Mentor, Ohio / Lake Catholic

Head Coach: Howie Krause (12th season) Assistant Coach: Greg Gerland (9th season)

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1995, 1998, 2004, 2005 (Fall), 2006 (Fall), 2008 (Fall) OCCAC Champions

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As an Eastlake North High School graduate, Krause played under coach Spark Sankal. Coach Krause continued his education at Florida Southern, playing for Chuck Anderson and winning two National Championships with the Moccasins. Following his collegiate career, he bounced around the minor leagues for two seasons with the Mets and Twins orgainizations, learning from some of baseball's best coaches.

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Greg Gerland enters his ninth year on the Lakeland coaching staff working as the pitching coach. After graduating from Euclid High School, he earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Cumberland University in Tennessee.

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Coach Gerland has been a Corporate Sales Auditor for Progressive Insurance for the past eight years. He currently resides in Eastlake.

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While at CU, he was a member of the Bulldog pitching staff. From there, he moved on to pitch for the Atlanta Braves minor league team during the 1995-96 season. In 1997, he became a pitcher in the Frontier League, while also serving as a coach.

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At Lakeland his biggest success has been placing his players into high profile four year schools when their time at Lakeland is finished. He and his wife Colleen reside in Concord Township.

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Since his early days of coaching, he has coached sixteen players to the professional level, including 2002 Lakeland pitcher Chris Steinborn, 2003 infielder Joe Rhomberg and 2003 outfielder Brad Coon.

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Coach Krause has been an active baseball coach for 17 years, beginning in 1992 as head assistant at Division I Cleveland State University. He helped coach the Vikings through the 1995 season. He also served as the head coach of the Euclid Admirals in 1994 and 1995, winning the Division both years and earning consecutive trips to the World Series.

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The 2013 season marks Coach Krause’s 12th year leading the Lakeland baseball program. He earned coach of the year honors in 2004 and 2005 after bringing conference titles to Lakeland. Prior to becoming the head coach, he served as an assistant under head coach Chris Mongiardo for one year.

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Student-Athletes Sophomore | Pitcher 6-0 | 180 Cleveland, Ohio Vermilion High School

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2012: Appeared in 12 games, finishing second on the team in strikeouts (50) in 49 innings of work… Struck out a career-high eight batters while allowing just four hits in a 10-6 win over Owens on April 28. High School: A three-time All-West Shore Conference selection at Vermilion High School... Two-time All-Ohio honoree and 2010 Division II Player of the Year... Recorded 97 strikeouts as a senior while posting a 0.43 ERA.

Personal: Played club baseball with North Coast Vipers and the Lorain County Ironmen... Son of Brenda and Joe LaBondano.

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Sophomore | Pitcher 5-11 | 190 Youngstown, Ohio Western Reserve High School

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2012: Two-time S.T.A.R. student-athlete... One of four Lakers, and the only freshman, to earn OCCAC All-Conference honors… Went 6-3 on the mound with a team-high 63 strikeouts and team-best 2.53 ERA... Fanned eight in a complete-game victory over Tri-C on March 23… Hurled a shutout against the Challengers on April 13. High School: Named First Team All-Conference (Inter-Tri County League) as a pitcher through all four years... Set the record for most strikeouts in a season (110) and lowest ERA (1.10).

Personal: Played club baseball with Roth Brothers and BB Rooners... Son of Rhonda and John Gora.

AS A FRESHMAN ERA W-L APP IP H 2.54 6-3 10 60 45

Major: Criminal Justice

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2012: Named a S.T.A.R. student-athlete following the fall semester… Sophomore | First Base Hit .274 in 106 at bats as a freshman first baseman… Finished the 6-3 | 205 year with 29 hits, 20 RBI, 13 runs, five doubles, and one homerun… Bay Village, Ohio Struck out eight batters in 12 innings of work on the mound.

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Personal: Son of Teal and Brian AS A FRESHMAN Wisner. GP AVG AB H 42 .274 106 29 Major: Education

High School: Earned two varsity letters in both baseball and golf at Bay High School... Named First Team All-Conference in baseball and Second Team All-Conference in golf as a senior... Won districts as a junior and a tournament title with the golf team at Little Mountain.

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Student-Athletes High School: A four-year letterman at Indian Valley High School... Won a World Series in 2008 and State Championship one year later... Also competed in football.

Sophomore | Outfield 5-10 | 185 New Philadelphia, Ohio Indian Valley High School

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2012: Named a S.T.A.R. student-athlete following the fall semester... Hit .373 in 67 at bats… Scored 17 runs and drove in nine with six doubles and one triple as a freshman outfielder… Also logged 12 innings on the mound, striking out seven and earning one win.

Personal: Volunteered at Indian Valley HS, repairing and rebuilding the baseball field... Played club baseball with American Legion Tuscarawas Panthers... Son of Jill and Dan Rose. Major: Physical Education

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2012: Two-time S.T.A.R. student-athlete as a freshman... Saw action in 14 games as a pitcher and infielder… Recorded 10.2 innings on the mound with seven strikeouts… Also made 32 plate appearances, scoring six runs while driving in two.

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Sophomore | Short Stop 5-9 | 170 Parma Heights, Ohio Valley Forge High School

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Personal: Played club baseball with Sandusky Legion Post 83... Son of Mary and Robert Hamons.

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High School: A First Team All-Conference (Northern Ohio League) at Willard High School... Earned First Team All-District honors while being selected an All-Ohio All Star... Also competed on the football and basketball teams.

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Personal: Played club baseball with the Cuyahoga County Riverdogs... Son of Lorrie and Rick Webb. AS A FRESHMAN Major: Undecided GP AVG AB H R 2B 3B HR RBI BB HBP OBP 14 .156 32 5 6 0 0 0 2 4 0 .250

2012: Medical redshirt

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High School: Earned Scholar-Athlete recognition at Valley Forge High School... Named Team MVP and All-Conference while guiding the team to a runner-up finish in the district (2009)... Selected as an all-star by the Greater Cleveland Baseball Coaches Association.

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Sophomore | Catcher 5-10 | 180 Lorain, Ohio Amherst High School

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AS A FRESHMAN GP AVG AB H 44 .303 109 33

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2012: Two-time S.T.A.R. student-athlete… Hit .303 and finished third on the team in hits (33), runs (21), and doubles (9). High School: Played football and baseball at Amherst High School. Personal: Played club baseball with the Lorain County Pirates... Volunteered at the Lorain History Museum and the Salvation Army... Worked as an instructor at baseball and football mini-camps for kids... Son of Michelle and Andrew Dito. R 21

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2012: Named a S.T.A.R. student-athlete after the fall semester. High School: Maintained a 3.1 GPA through four years at Austintown Fitch HS... Earned two letters and earned the Most Passionate Player award as a member of the baseball team... Also competed in basketball. Personal: Volunteers with Toys for Tots... Son of Kim and Anthony Mancino.

Major: Athletic Training 2012: Led the Lakers in homeruns with three in 93 plate Sophomore | Third Base appearances… Recorded 30 hits, 23 RBI, and 14 runs with a .323 6-3 | 205 batting average… Finished third on the team with a .406 on base Westlake, Ohio percentage.

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Sophomore | Outfield 5-7 | 175 Youngstown, Ohio Austintown Fitch High School

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High School: Earned three varsity letters as a member of the baseball team at Westlake High School... A two-time First Team AllWil Southwest Conference selection and two-time Fielder of the Year... Also earned Second Team All-Conference recognition... Helped the Demons win a trio of conference titles while being named team MVP, Hitter of the Year, and Pitcher of the Year.

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Personal: Played club baseball with Diamond Sports and the Ohio Titans... Son of Meri and Chip Shortreed. Major: Athletic Training

AS A FRESHMAN GP AVG AB H 34 .323 93 30

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Student-Athletes Personal: Played club baseball with the Nordonia Renegades and Ohio Longhorns… Son of Sue and Scott Sutkaytis.

Freshman | Short Stop 5-10 | 175 Sagamore Hills, Ohio Nordonia High School

Freshman | Catcher 5-10 | 175 Amherst, Ohio Amherst Steele High School

High School: Member of the National Honor Society at Holy Name HS… Named first team all-North Coast League in 2010 and ’11 while helping the Green Wave to a pair of district championships both years… Played on a regional championship team in 2011 which advanced to the state semifinals… Also competed as a member of the football team.

Freshman | Outfield 5-8 | 170 Parma, Ohio Holy Name High School

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Personal: Played club baseball with the Lake County Cougars and N.E.A.L. Post 743 Renegades… Volunteers as a coach at baseball and basketball camps… Son of Beth and John Popely.

Freshman | Second Base 5-11 | 190 Ashtabula, Ohio Edgewood High School

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High School: An honor roll student at Edgewood Senior HS… Named first team all-county in 2011 and 2012 while also garnering most improved player honors… Helped the Warriors win a conference championship in 2009… Also competed in basketball and golf.

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Personal: Played club baseball with the Lorain County Pirates... Son of Kim and Ted Bledsoe.

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High School: Earned two varsity letters and the most improved player award as a member of the baseball team at Amherst Steele HS… Helped guide the Comets to a sectional and conference championship as a senior… Competed in the greater Cleveland baseball all-star game.

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High School: Earned first team all-conference honors as a senior and second team honors as a junior at Nordonia HS.

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Sophomore | Pitcher 5-11 | 180 Canfield, Ohio Ursuline High School

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Freshman | Pitcher 6-3 | 210 Cleveland, Ohio Lincoln-West High School

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Freshman | Catcher 5-11 | 215 Canton, Ohio Canton Central Catholic

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2012: Made 12 appearances on the mound including three starts at Grove City College, an NCAA Division III institution in Grove City, Pa.

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High School: Graduated with honors from Geneva HS… A scholarathlete and four-year letterman in baseball… Named to the honor roll and team MVP as a senior… Won a conference championship as a freshman. Personal: Son of Patti and Daniel Rose. Major: Finance

High School: Named to the Merit Roll through all four years at Lincoln-West HS… Earned MVP honors in baseball while serving as a senior captain… Also competed in track. Personal: Played club baseball with the Lake Erie Buckeyes… Son of Ramona Garcia. Major: Health Studies

High School: Earned three varsity letters in both baseball and football at Canton Central Catholic… Also a two-year letterman on the basketball team… Helped lead the baseball team to a regional final as a sophomore before winning a state championship as a junior… Led the county in batting average as a sophomore and RBIs as a senior. Personal: Played club baseball with the Stark Coutny Terriers… Son of Tammy and Ron Paone. Major: Education

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High School: Earned first team all-area honors from the Plain Dealer and the News-Herald… Three-time all-conference selection and twotime all-district honoree at Lake Catholic HS.

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Major: Business

High School: Named team MVP and player of the year at Withrow HS… Also competed on the basketball team. Personal: Son of Adrianne Miller.

High School: Played basketball and baseball at Pymatuning Valley HS… Earned Honorable Mention Division III All-Ohio accolades in basketball… Named most improved player in baseball in 2009.

Freshman | Pitcher 6-5 | 195 Rome, Ohio Pymatuning Valley High School

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Personal: Volunteered as a baseball coach with the Special Olympics… Son of Danielle and Michael Davidson.

Freshman | Pitcher 6-1 | 195 Markham, Ontario, Canada Brother Andre High School

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Sophomore | Outfield 6-2 | 205 Cincinnati, Ohio Withrow High School

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Sophomore | Third Base 6-0 | 185 Mentor, Ohio Lake Catholic High School

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2012: Was one of just two true freshmen in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) to earn all-conference honors as an infielder for NCAA Division II Ashland University… Led the Eagles with 31 runs scored while hitting .284 in 49 starts.

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Student-Athletes Freshman | Utility 5-11 | 205 Ashtabula, Ohio Edgewood High School

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High School: Named to the honor roll through all four years at Edgewood Senior HS… Earned varsity letters in baseball, football, and basketball while being selected all-county honors in all three sports… Earned the Warrior of the Year award, the highest athletic honor at Edgewood… Won a conference championship with the baseball team as a freshman… Named Ashtabula County player of the year as a junior and linebacker of the year as a senior.

Personal: Played club baseball with Steve’s Sports and Neal Post 742 American Legion… Volunteers with multiple local charities including YMCA, St. Joseph Church, and American Red Cross… Son of Renee and George Dragon.

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Freshman | Pitcher 6-2 | 200 Youngstown, Ohio Boardman High School

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Sophomore | Pitcher 6-3 | 155 St. Catharines, Ontario Governor Simcoe C.S.S.

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Freshman | Pitcher 6-6 | 240 Mentor, Ohio Lake Catholic High School

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High School: Named to the honor roll at Boardman HS… Helped guide the Spartans to back-to-back Federal League titles (2011-12). Personal: Son of Bethany and Dave Stauffer. Major: Accounting

High School: Attended Governor Simcoe Canadian Secondary School in St. Catharines, Ontario. Personal: Played club baseball with the Canadian Thunderbirds and the Ontario Blue Jays… Son of Lynne and Don Kusey. Major: History

High School: Named most valuable pitcher, first team all-conference, first team all-district, and first team all-region as a junior and senior at Lake Catholic HS… Won a conference championship and a pair of district titles with the Cougars… Also played two years of basketball. Personal: Played club baseball with Team Ohio and the Chardon Blizzard… Volunteered at the Cleveland Food bank... Daughter of Debbie and Brian Clarke. Major: Business

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Season Outlook CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Location: Parma, Ohio Nickname: Challengers Colors: Red, White, & Blue Head Coach: Mike Zofka 2012 Record: 27-25 2012 Record vs. Lakeland: 3-8

SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE Location: Dayton, Ohio Nickname: Tartan Pride Colors: Scarlet & Gray Head Coach: Steve Dinataman 2012 Record: 44-14 2012 Record vs. Lakeland: 7-1

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SCHOOL 2012 RECORD Mesa Community College 41-15 Iowa Central Community College 39-21 Parkland College 40-20 University of Connecticut at Avery Point 29-16 Black Hawk College-Moline 45-10 Southeastern Community College 36-22 Grand Rapids Community College 39-24 Brunswick Community College 33-22 Northern Oklahoma College-Enid 38-23 Westchester Community College 38-13-1

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SCHOOL 2012 RECORD Louisiana State University Eunice 57-5 Western Oklahoma State College 48-17 Heartland Community College 54-8 Scottsdale Community College 38-23 Des Moines Area Community College 51-15 Madison College 45-13 Hinds Community College 36-18 Catawba Valley Community College 40-16 Lackawanna College 47-12 Kellogg Community College 35-23

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OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Location: Perrysburg, Ohio Nickname: Express Colors: Red & White Head Coach: Devin Taylor 2012 Record: 19-35 2012 Record vs. Lakeland: 6-3

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TEAM STATISTICS

At-Bats................................................................... 1,323 Batting Average....................................................... .278 Hits........................................................................... 368 Runs......................................................................... 208 RBIs.......................................................................... 198 Doubles...................................................................... 66 Triples......................................................................... 20 Homeruns................................................................... 10 Walks.........................................................................116 Sacrifices.................................................................... 16 Stolen Bases.............................................................. 34 Wins............................................................................ 21 Strikeouts.................................................................. 264 Innings Pitched......................................................... 331

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At-Bats.............................Todd Queener.................. 163 Batting Average...............Todd Queener................. .387 Hits..................................Todd Queener.................... 63 Runs................................Todd Queener.................... 31 RBIs.................................Todd Queener.................... 33 Doubles...........................Andy Mitroff........................ 10 Triples..............................Todd Queener...................... 4 Homeruns........................Wil Shortreed....................... 3 Walks...............................Andrew Dito........................ 13 On Base Percentage.......Matt Wheeler................... .468 Sacrifices.........................Todd Queener...................... 3 Mason Wisner...................... 3 Stolen Bases...................Todd Queener.................... 16 Wins.................................John Gora............................ 6 Gabe Goldsberry.................. 6 Strikeouts.........................John Gora.......................... 63 Innings Pitched................Matt Palko....................... 63.2 ERA.................................John Gora....................... 2.54

CONFERENCE HONORS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Todd Queener ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM John Gora Gabe Goldsberry Andy Mitroff Todd Queener

GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE 3/4 Guilford Technical CC W 4-1 3/4 Guilford Technical CC W 4-3 3/10 John Wood CC L 3-6 3/10 Camden County College W 4-2 3/11 Northampton CC W 6-4 3/11 Iowa Central CC L 3-9 3/13 Brunswick CC W 14-12 3/13 Brunswick CC L 9-10 3/15 Florence-Darlington Tech L 1-8 3/15 Florence-Darlington Tech L 5-7 3/16 Iowa Central CC W 4-0 3/16 Lackawanna College L 0-2 3/17 Parkland College L 0-4 3/17 Dean College W 7-1 3/23 Cuyahoga CC* L 0-2 3/23 Cuyahoga CC* W 4-2 3/24 Cuyahoga CC* W 8-4 3/24 Cuyahoga CC* W 4-3 3/27 Mercyhurst North East L 5-8 3/27 Mercyhurst North East L 0-13 3/30 Owens CC* L 3-4 3/30 Owens CC* L 3-6 3/31 Owens CC* L 1-4 3/31 Owens CC* L 1-5 4/5 Mercyhurst North East L 1-5 4/5 Mercyhurst North East L 3-11 4/6 Sinclair CC* L 5-10 4/6 Sinclair CC L 0-10 4/7 Sinclair CC* L 6-7 4/7 Sinclair CC* L 1-11 4/10 Potomac State College of WVU W 7-3 4/10 Potomac State College of WVU L 6-10 4/13 Cuyahoga CC* W 5-2 4/13 Cuyahoga CC* W 4-0 4/15 Cuyahoga CC* W 16-4 4/15 Cuyahoga CC* W 9-7 4/17 CC of Allegheny County-South W 6-5 4/17 CC of Allegheny County-South L 3-4 4/20 Sinclair CC* L 4-8 4/20 Sinclair CC* W 5-0 4/21 Sinclair CC* L 1-8 4/21 Sinclair CC* L 3-4 4/27 Owens CC* L 2-8 4/27 Owens CC* W 6-2 4/28 Owens CC* L 0-10 4/28 Owens CC* W 10-6 5/4 Cuyahoga CC W 9-1 5/4 Owens CC W 4-3 5/5 Cuyahoga CC L 2-5 5/6 Cuyahoga CC L 3-6

1995, 1998, 2004, 2005 (Fall), 2006 (Fall), 2008 (Fall) OCCAC Champions

History & Records

Ryan Dennick (2009) 22nd Round by the Kansas City Royals Currently playing for the Kansas City Royals AA affiliate Northwest Arkansas Naturals

LAKERS WHO WERE DRAFTED

Most Wins...................................13..........Tom Masterman (1990-91) Most Strikeouts..........................146..........Chris Steinborn (2001-02) Most Innings Pitched.................129..........Chris Steinborn (2001-02) Best ERA (Min. 60 IP)............... 1.24................ Chris Barks (1993-94)

Most Wins....................................9................ Tom Masterman (1991) Most Strikeouts...........................91................ Chris Steinborn (2002) Most Innings Pitched..................68................ Chris Steinborn (2001) Best ERA (Min. 60 IP)............... 0.83..................... Chris Barks (1994)

INDIVIDUAL HITTING RECORDS (SINGLE SEASON)

Best Batting Average................ .528 ....................Aaron Cone (2003) Most Hits.....................................93 .....................Aaron Cone (2003) Most Doubles..............................26 .....................Aaron Cone (2003) Most Triples.................................8 ............... Brayan Cacique (2010) Most Walks.................................33 .......................Brad Coon (2002) Most RBIs...................................72 .....................Aaron Cone (2003) Most Home Runs........................14 ................... Aaron Morris (1990) Most Stolen Bases......................49 ...................... Keith Haas (2004) Most Runs Scored......................72 ............. Anthony Talanca (2003)

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Aaron Cone..........................First Team...................................... 2003 Chris Steinborn.....................First Team...................................... 2002 Kurt Snyder...........................First Team...................................... 1993 Tim Szalay......................... Second Team................................... 1987 Kyle Shaffer......................... Third Team..................................... 2008 Brad Coon........................... Third Team..................................... 2003 Matt Hudik........................... Third Team..................................... 1988 Tommy Barnes...............Honorable Mention............................... 1988

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NJCAA ALL-AMERICANS

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Best Batting Average................ .446 ...............Kurt Snyder (1992-93) Most Hits....................................141............... Aaron Cone (2003-04) Most Doubles..............................39................ Aaron Cone (2003-04) Most Triples.................................9................... Brad Coon (2002-03) 9........... Brayan Cacique (2009-10) Most Walks.................................49.......... Brayan Cacique (2009-10) Most RBIs.................................. 115............... Aaron Cone (2003-04) Most Home Runs........................23............ John Beckwith (1986-87) Most Stolen Bases......................82.................. Keith Haas (2003-04) Most Runs Scored.....................101........ Anthony Talanca (2003-04)

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INDIVIDUAL HITTING RECORDS (CAREER)

S tudent -A thletes

Al Alpaugh (1976)......................Independent League Al Bauman (1976)................................. Detroit Tigers Bob Costa (1976).......................... Cleveland Indians Roger Begue (1977)................... Kansas City Royals Gary Leslie (1977) Paul Nozling (1987).............................. Detroit Tigers Matt Hudik (1988).......................... Toronto Blue Jays Shannon Penn (1989).......................... Detroit Tigers Shawn Ramion (1989)............. San Francisco Giants Jim Winters.................................. Chicago White Sox Aaron Morris (1990)....................... Cleveland Indians Chris Steinborn (2003).................. Colorado Rockies Joe Rhomberg (2004).................Joliet Jackhammers Brad Coon (2005).............................Anaheim Angels Ryan Dennick (2009).................. Kansas City Royals Steve Junker (2009)...................... Colorado Rockies

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING (CAREER)

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Brad Coon (2005) 15th Round by the Anaheim Angels Currently playing for the Tampa Bay Rays AA affiliate Montgomery (Ala.) Biscuits

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING (SINGLE SEASON)

L akeland B aseball

LAKERS PLAYING PROFESSIONALLY

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Millington, Tennessee Trip March 1..........vs. Parkland College (1-9)......................10 a.m. March 1..........vs. Southeastern CC (1-9 inn.)...............3 p.m. March 2.........vs. E. Oklahoma St. College (1-7)......2:30 p.m. March 2.........Muscatine CC (1-7)..............................6:30 p.m. March 3.........Iowa Central CC (1-9)................................ 1 p.m.

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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Spring Training Trip March 9.........vs. N. Central Missouri College (1-7).....12 p.m March 9.........vs. Delaware Tech CC (1-7)......................3 p.m. March 10........vs. Northampton CC (1-7)........................12 p.m. March 10........vs. Lackawanna College (1-7)...................3 p.m. March 12........@ Florence Darlington Tech. (DH)...........1 p.m. March 13........vs. Spartanburg Methodist (1-7)............12 p.m. March 13........@ Brunswick CC (1-7)................................3 p.m. March 15........Lackawanna College (1-7)........................12 p.m. March 15........John Wood CC (1-7)....................................3 p.m. March 16........SUNY Adirondack (1-7)..............................9 a.m. March 16........Genesee CC (1-7).......................................12 p.m.

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March 20.......@ Marietta College (1-9)..........................3 p.m. March 22.......@ Cuyahoga CC* (DH).............................. 4 p.m. March 23.......@ Cuyahoga CC* (DH)............................... 1 p.m. March 26.......@ Mercyhurst North East (DH)............... 1 p.m.

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March 29.......@ Owens CC* (DH)..................................... 1 p.m. March 30......@ Owens CC* (DH)..................................... 1 p.m. April 3..........POTOMAC STATE COLLEGE (DH)........ 1 P.M. April 5..........SINCLAIR CC* (DH)............................. 1 P.M. April 6..........SINCLAIR CC* (DH)...........................12 P.M. April 9............@ Univ. of Northwestern Ohio (DH)...... 2 p.m. April 12.........CUYAHOGA CC* (DH).......................... 1 P.M. April 13........CUYAHOGA CC* (DH).......................... 1 P.M. April 16........MERCYHURST NORTH EAST (DH)...... 1 P.M. April 19...........@ Sinclair CC* (DH).................................. 2 p.m. April 20.........@ Sinclair CC* (DH).................................12 p.m. April 23.......HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY (DH).......... 1 P.M. April 24..........Erie CC (DH)................................................ 2 p.m. April 26.......OWENS CC* (DH)................................. 1 P.M. April 27........OWENS CC* (DH)................................. 1 P.M. April 30.........@ Kellogg CC (DH)...................................... 1 p.m.

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Postseason May 3.............Sub-District Tournament.......... Kirtland, Ohio May 10............District Championships.... Battle Creek, Mich. May 25...........NJCAA Division II World Series.......Enid, Okla.

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