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Editors: Anna Claire Thomas

Content Louisiana Tech Athletic Vision & Mission Statement...................................... 1 2013 Quick Facts............................................................................................ 2 Media Information.......................................................................................... 3 We Are Louisiana Tech.................................................................................... 5 J.C. Love Field.............................................................................................. 24 Pat Patterson................................................................................................ 25 2013 Season Outlook.................................................................................... 26 Returning Letterwinners............................................................................... 29 Newcomers & Redshirts.............................................................................. 49

Louisiana Tech University will be a conference leader in performance by investing strategically in studentathletes’ development, providing superior facilities, and enhancing program support to achieve a local and national image of success and dominance.

Head Coach Wade Simoneaux...................................................................... 57 Asst. Coach Brian Rountree.......................................................................... 59 Asst. Coach Fran Andermann....................................................................... 60 Asst. Coach Olen Parker............................................................................... 61 Dr. David Szymanski..................................................................................... 61

Contributors: Thomas, Louisiana Tech News Bureau, Louisiana Tech Marketing and Public Relations Department

Support Staff................................................................................................ 62

Covers, Layout and Design: Donnie Bell Design.

2012 Season Review.................................................................................... 72

Photography: Donny Crowe, Tom Morris, Darrell James, James Garner, Matt Lange, Donald Page.

Athletic Vision

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News releases, photos and other services are available to accredited members of the news media. Current releases, statistics and photos can also be obtained at LATechSports.com.

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The 2013 Louisiana Tech baseball team information guide is a publication of the Athletics Media Relations Office. It has been designed as a source of information for the news media and Bulldogs baseball fans. Every effort has been made to include pertinent and timely information. Should you need additional information such as feature material and/or statistics, please direct your inquiries to the media relations office.

Opponents.................................................................................................... 63 WAC Review................................................................................................. 70

2012 Game Recaps....................................................................................... 74 Statistics....................................................................................................... 78 Records........................................................................................................ 84 Letterwinners............................................................................................. 100

Athletic Mission Statement Embody excellence in everything we do. Develop student-athletes to maximize their potential in mind, body and spirit.

Endowed Scholarships............................................................................... 103

Bring pride, admiration, and loyalty to the University family, community and state.

University President Dr. Dan Reneau......................................................... 104

Win with integrity.

TV/Radio Roster.......................................................................................... 102

Athletic Director Bruce Van De Velde.......................................................... 105 Athletic Administration............................................................................... 106 Administrative Support................................................................................111 Athletics Council & Head/Asst. Coaches.....................................................112

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General School Information Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 11,360 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue & Red Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Dan Reneau AD: Bruce Van De Velde SWA: Mary Kay Hungate Facility: J .C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park Press Box: 318-257-3144

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Wade Simoneaux (Nicholls State, 1984) Office Phone: 318.257.3314 School Record: 263-298-1 (10 Seasons) Career Record: Same Assistants: B rian Rountree (South Carolina, 1990) Fran Andermann (Upper Iowa, 2000) Olen Parker (Grambling, 1986)

2012 RETURNING STARTERS (2012 Stats)

Pos. Name Yr.-Exp B/T G-GS Avg. HR RBI R 2B 3B SLG OBP SB-ATT C Tyler Qualls Jr./2L L/R 43-34 .336 1 20 13 4 0 .395 .417 1-4 C Kyle Arnsberg RS Jr./1L L/R 40-29 .278 1 13 25 5 0 .361 .417 1-2 2B Austin Hedges RS Jr./3L R/R 54-53 .296 2 26 27 8 0 .370 .409 8-11 SS Ryan Gebhardt Jr./2L R/R 55-55 .341 1 27 44 14 0 .417 .411 5-7 INF Taylor Terrasas Sr./3L R/R 32-30 .340 3 21 29 10 0 .519 .443 0-0 OF Taylor Burch Jr./2L R/R 47-30 .225 3 7 14 5 0 .363 .307 2-2 OF Kody Neel Sr./1L L/L 39-19 .255 3 15 11 6 0 .408 .318 2-2 OF Bre’shon Kimbell So./1L R/R 52/51 .274 6 38 23 8 0 .419 .365 4-7

2012 RETURNING PITCHERS (2012 Stats) Name Yr.-Exp W-L ERA G-GS SP Trevor Petersen Sr./3L 6-4 7.13 16-12 SP Phil Maton So./1L 8-5 2.93 18-12 RP Caleb Dudley Sr./3L 4-6 3.70 29-0 RP Ben Carlisle RS Jr./2L 1-0 7.48 13-1 RP Sam Alvis Jr./2L 0-0 4.56 16-0 RP Dakota Doss Sr./1L 0-0 10.93 13-0 RP James Ferguson Sr./1L 0-1 14.94 13-1

# 20 28 Team 39 2012 Record: 27-28 37 2012 Conference: 7-11, T-6th WAC 36 2012 Postseason: 3-2 WAC Tournament 35 LW Returning/Lost: 22/3 21 Starters Returning/Lost (min. 25 GS): 26 8/2 5 Pitchers Returning/Lost (min. 15 IP): 7/1 22 6 Returning Squad Members: 23 40 Returning Redshirts: 4 3 Newcomers: 14 2 32 Media Relations 11 Associate AD: Malcolm Butler 16 Promo & Events Coordinator: Josh 10 McDaniel 9 15 Baseball Contact: Anna Claire Thomas 8 Office Phone: 318.257.5314 30 Cell Phone: 318.331.3813 24 E-mail: acthomas@latech.edu 44 Twitter: @LATechBSB 29 Office Address: 23 Thomas Assembly Center, Room 164 12 Ruston, La. 71270 17 Office Fax: 318.257.3757 14 Website: www.LATechSports.com 7 Radio: ESPN 97.7 (KNBB-FM) 19 Play-By-Play: Dave Nitz 31 34 47 4

Name Sam Alvis Kyle Arnsberg Taylor Burch Ben Carlisle Clark Carlisle Adam Derouen Jacob Derouen Dakota Doss Caleb Dudley Tyler Ervine James Ferguson Laetten Galbraith Stephen Gandy Ryan Gebhardt Luke Giddens Jamie Gilley Austin Hedges Colby Johnson Ryan Jones Bre’shon Kimbell Taylor Love Ryne Martin-nez Phil Maton Richie Navari Kody Neel Trevor Petersen Tyler Qualls Thomas Simoneaux Pierce Spangler Taylor Terrasas Conner Tobias Hunter Travis Omar Ugarte Tucker Ward Corey White

Ht. 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-3 5-11 5-8 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-5 5-6

Alphabetical Roster

Pos. OF/LHP C/1B OF LHP LHP RHP C RHP RHP INF LHP RHP OF INF LHP RHP INF OF INF INF INF INF RHP RHP OF RHP C INF OF INF OF INF RHP RHP OF

Coaches Wade Simoneaux - Head Coach Brian Rountree - Assistant Coach Fran Andermann - Assistant Coach Olen Parker - Assistant Coach

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SV IP H BB K OBA 0 53.0 60 41 35 .282 0 89.0 78 22 79 .237 9 48.2 52 20 30 .272 0 21.2 28 8 13 .315 0 23.2 24 11 22 .261 1 14.0 24 3 12 .364 0 15.2 28 15 8 .373

B/T R/L L/R R/R L/L R/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/L R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R L/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

Class/Exp. Jr./2L R-Jr./1L Jr./2L R-Jr./2L Fr./HS Fr./HS R-So./1L Sr./1L Sr./3L Jr./JC Sr./1L R-So./HS Sr./1L Jr./2L R-Jr./JC R-Sr./1L RS JR/2L R-So./1L R-Jr./JC So./1L Fr./HS Jr./JC So./1L Jr./JC Sr./1L Sr./3L Jr./2L R-So./TR Fr./HS Sr./3L Jr./JC Fr./HS Jr./JC So./JC Sr./3L

Hometown (Previous School) Jasper, Texas (Jasper HS) Arlington, Texas (McLennan CC) Monroe, La. (Neville HS) Shreveport, La. (CE Byrd HS) Shreveport, La. (CE Byrd HS) Lafayette, La. (Lafayette HS) Lafayette, La. (Lafayette HS) Ruston, La. (Ruston HS) Texarkana, Texas (Texas HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Weatherford College) Austin, Texas (McLennan CC) Shreveport, La. (CE Byrd HS) Sterlington, La. (Northwestern State) Monroe, La. (Ouachita HS) West Chester, Ohio (Lincoln CC) Benton, La. (Bossier Parish CC) Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) Dubach, La. (Ruston, HS) Phoenix, Ariz. (San Deigo, Mesa CC) Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite HS) Shreveport, La. (CE Byrd HS) Vicksburg, Miss. (Hinds CC) Chatham, Ill. (Glenwood HS) Pittsburgh, Pa. (Scottsdale CC) Richmond, Texas (Wharton CC) Hallsville, Texas (Hallsville HS) Jackson, Mo. (Jackson HS) Ruston, La. (UL-Lafayette) Ruston, La. (Ruston HS) Sante Fe, Texas (Sante Fe HS) Mesquite, Texas (Eastfield College) Jackson, La. (Centreville Academy) Pasadena, Texas (Laredo CC) Saraland, Ala. (Faulkner State) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS)

Media Information

Phone/Internet Louisiana Tech will provide three phone lines in the J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park Press Box, one for each team’s radio and one for phone calls. A fax machine will be available in the Media Relations Office approximately 20 minutes after the game’s conclusion. Wireless internet access is also available in the press box. Post-Game Procedures A full NCAA box score will be provided at the end of each game. Thomas will serve as the official scorer for all home games. Head coach Wade Simoneaux will be available for all media on the field approximately 10 minutes after the conclusion of the game. Player interviews will also be done on the field after the cooling-off period. Contact Thomas by the beginning of the final inning to make arrangements for these interviews.

Field Access Policy Members of the media are not allowed to shoot footage, photos, etc. from inside or directly next to the LA Tech dugout on the field. Instead, members are more than welcome to shoot from the camera area near the opposing team’s dugout, the area behind the fence between the Bulldogs’ dugout and their bullpen (not the bullpen itself) and from the stands. When the baseball team is on the road, the policy regarding the media’s access near the Bulldogs’ dugout will remain in effect.

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Radio Visiting radio crews are welcome at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park. One courtesy broadcast line will be provided in the press box for official stations. Space is limited, so we ask that broadcasting crews be limited to two air persons and one technician. Please direct all questions to Thomas at 318.331.3813.

Interview Policy All player and coach interview requests must be directed through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Reporters should submit interview requests at least 24 hours in advance by either calling Thomas at 318.331.3813, or by emailing her at acthomas@ latech.edu. It is NEVER permissible for media members to call student-athletes directly on their home phones or cell phones. Practices are open to the public, but reporters wishing to interview players before or after practice should contact Thomas at least 24 hours in advance.

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Media Credentials Passes for Louisiana Tech baseball games are limited to the working media only. Only authorized personnel will be admitted to the press box. Space is limited, so please contact Anna Claire Thomas in the Louisiana Tech Media Relations Office for credentials. Requests should be made well in advance due to the limited space. Passes not picked up at the Media Relations Office or

received by mail will be left at the front of the stadium for pickup. Please contact Thomas at least one week in advance concerning credentials for road games. Media may park in the lot on Alabama Avenue adjacent to the stadium; however, space is limited and parking will be available on a firstcome, first-serve basis as players, coaches, game day staff and season-ticket holders also park in this lot. Additional parking is available in the lot across Tech Drive adjacent to the Lady Techster Softball Complex.

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The 2013 Louisiana Tech Baseball Media Guide has been prepared to assist the working news media and is designed to aid all media members in their coverage of Bulldog baseball. Requests for additional information, player interviews, photographs and press credentials should be directed to Anna Claire Thomas, Louisiana Tech Media Relations, P.O. Box 3166, Ruston, LA 71272, 318-257-3144, or via email at acthomas@ latech.edu. The Louisiana Tech Athletics Media Relations Office looks forward to working with you during the 2013 baseball season. Any member of the office can answer your questions or direct you to someAnna Claire Thomas one who can, so please feel free to Baseball Contact call us at 318 2573144. Thomas will be the person primarily responsible for Bulldog Baseball within the office, but be assured you can get assistance from anyone. The Media Relations Office is a vital part of the success of the Bulldog baseball program. Malcolm Butler and assistants Kane McGuire, Anna Claire Thomas and Patrick Walsh strive to run one of the finest departments in the nation.

Web Coverage Louisiana Tech’s official athletics web page, LATechSports.com, has up-to-date information on all of Tech’s varsity programs. The site is maintained by the Athletics Media Relations Office through CBS Sports Weekly releases, updated statistics, rosters, schedules, and photos can be viewed at the official web site. Live stats are also available for each home game through CBS Sport’s Game Tracker.

Follow Via Social Media Stay up to date with the latest news and notes by following Louisiana Tech baseball on two areas of social media -- Twitter and Facebook. Follow us on Twitter (@LATechBSB) for up-todate information on Bulldog Baseball. Follow Tech Athletics on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/LATechAthletics)

Primary Media The Ruston Daily Leader O.K. “Buddy” Davis 208 W. Park Ave. Ruston, LA 71270 318-255-4353 318-255-4006 (Fax)

The News-Star Matt Vines 411 North 4th St. Monroe, LA 71210 1-800-259-7788 318-362-0279 (Fax)

The Shreveport Times Jimmy Watson P.O. Box 30222 Shreveport, LA 71130 1-800-462-6436 318-459-3301 (Fax)

The Town Talk Bob Tompkins P.O. Box 7558 Alexandria, LA 71306 318-487-6351 318-487-6315 (Fax)

The Times-Picayune Doug Tatum 3800 Howard Ave. New Orleans, LA 70140 504-826-3402 318-826-3401 (Fax)

The Morning Advocate Butch Muir 525 Lafayette St. Baton Rouge, LA 70821 225-383-1111 225-388-0318 (Fax)

El Dorado News-Times Tony Burns P.O. Box 119 El Dorado, AR 71730 870-862-6611 870-862-5226 (Fax)

The Tech Talk Sports Editor Keeny Hall Ruston, LA 71272 318-257-4946 318-257-4558 (Fax)

KNOE-TV (CBS) Aaron Dietrich P.O. Box 4067 Monroe, LA 71211 318-388-8888 318-325-3405 (Fax)

KTVE-TV/KARD-TV (NBC) Gene Ponti 200 Pavilion Road West Monroe, LA 71292 318-323-1972 318-807-0588 (Fax)

KTAL-TV (NBC) Brandon Dunn 3150 North Market St. Shreveport, LA 71107 318-629-6000 318-425-2488 (Fax)

KSLA-TV (CBS) Colin McElroy 1812 Fairfield Shreveport, LA 71101 318-222-1212 318-677-6705 (Fax)

KTBS-TV (ABC) Tim Fletcher 312 E. Kings Hwy. Shreveport, LA 71104 318-861-5880 318-862-9431 (Fax)

KXKZ-FM Nick White P.O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71273 318-255-5000 318-255-5084 (Fax)

KLPI-FM Sports/News Director Louisiana Tech Univ. Ruston, LA 71272 318-257-3697 318-257-5073 (Fax)

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we are louisiana tech university

“ Louisiana Tech will be a top research university. And every top research university in the United States has a top athletic program. That’s our goal. We’re developing a road map for Tech athletics.” -- Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau

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At Louisiana Tech YOU are not a number, YOU are family. louisiana tech is classified as a National Tier 1 University, the only Carnegie Doctoral/High Research University and the only SREB Doctoral Four-Year 2 Research University in north Louisiana; also the only university in north Louisiana to earn a spot on the 2012 Best Colleges National Universities list. is ranked as the top university in the state for mid-career median pay for graduates, according to the 2011-12 College Salary Report from PayScale.com. In addition to its top spot in the state, Louisiana Tech was ranked among the top 30 of all universities in the southern United States. is ranked as one of the 100 Best Values in Public Colleges in the nation by Kiplinger’s Magazine for the fourth consecutive year. saw 90 percent of first-year and senior students rate their entire educational experience at the University as “good or excellent,” according to a 2010 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) report.

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Louisiana Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau is known as one of the top collegiate presidents in the country and a staunch supporter of both academics and athletics.   

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More than 700 companies worldwide travel to campus eAch yeAR to RecRUit loUisiAnA tech gRAdUAtes

“Louisiana Tech University is a family of students, instructors, staff, friends and alumni. We are teachers, doctors, engineers and artists. We are moms and dads, newlyweds, retirees and rookies on the job. Let us help you realize your dreams as we continue to realize the University’s dreams together. Join the family.” -- Dr. Dan Reneau, University President

Quarter System – Big Advantage for the Student-Athlete Louisiana Tech has a unique advantage of being on the quarter system as opposed to the semester system. The quarter system provides significant advantages for the students: Lighter workload (take 3 classes instead of 5)

Shorter academic sessions (12 weeks instead of 18)

More frequent breaks during and between academic sessions

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The Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC)

is committed to the success of Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes.

Programs Provided by BARC Tutoring and group help sessions in all subjects

 upplemental instruction from students who have S already successfully completed a certain course

Writing assistance

Advising opportunities  eferral program for students needing additionR al assistance

 omputer labs and study hall C space

“If you want to really be noticed, and not be just another student at a university, Tech is your best choice … a family-oriented atmosphere where people care. Everyone is great around campus and in town, and there are lots of things to do here if you step out and explore. My first-year college experience has been great.” – Courtney Hayes, So. (Las Vegas, Nev.)

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“Don’t pass over Tech because it is a small school or in a small town. The atmosphere is great and very supportive of the school. I love the small class sizes; the teachers know you by name and you get much more personal attention than you might be able to get somewhere else. It really is a family atmosphere.”

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Soccer standout Olivia Lukasewich was nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award following her outstanding career at Louisiana Tech. During her fouryear career, she led the Lady Techster soccer team to its best four-year stretch in program history. She earned her bachelor’s degree in health and physical education and graduated Magna Cum Laude.

– Jack Lempke, Jr. (Frisco, Texas)

Lisa Merritt and BRAD HERMAN team up in the Louisiana Tech athletics academic center to help the University’s studentathletes excel in the classroom and ultimately earn their degrees, something that is the No. 1 goal for the administration and coaches at Tech.

“Tech has helped me mature into the student I am today. I started slowly, but Tech was very inspirational with helping me work toward my overall goal because my professors and coaches taught me that through hard work and faith, all things are possible. I’ve met people here who will be my friends for the rest of my life. Just as Tech will be.” – Philip Longino, Jr. (Houston, Texas)

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louisiana tech saw 94 student-athletes earn Academic All-WAC accolades in 2011-12. saw nine of its programs record their highest multi-year APR scores ever while five registered their highest single year APR score ever. Four of the programs also earned a perfect 1,000 score on the single year rate. s aw the Bulldog football program earn the 2011 Academic Achievement Award presented by the American Football Coaches Association for graduating over 75 percent of its football studentathletes. saw the Bulldog golf program earn an NCAA Public Recognition Award for ranking in the top 10 percent in multi-year APR for their respective sport.

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Louisiana Tech student-athletes recorded an all-time high four-year graduation success rate of 72 percent which ranked as the second highest in the state among Division I football-playing public institutions and among the best in the nation.

louisiana tech boasts the University of Louisiana System’s highest graduation rate at 54.2 percent. boasts the ULS’ fastest time to completion for first time baccalaureates at 4.7 years. boasts the ULS’ highest average freshman ACT scores at 23.8.

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Quest for Excellence – Meeting the Needs of Tech’s Student-Athletes The construction of a 90,000-plus square-foot multipurpose facility in the south end zone of Joe Aillet Stadium will benefit every student-athlete at Louisiana Tech University.

Student-Athlete Benefits Include:  New academic center  New state-of-the-art sports medicine facility  New strength and conditioning complex  New coaches offices and locker rooms for football, baseball, soccer, tennis, softball, golf and track and field  Video room with state-of-the-art capabilities  New auditorium for team and departmental meetings

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More than $12 million of the projected $20 million has already been committed as the project is moving forward and could break ground as soon as spring of 2013. Tech alums Steve Davison (pictured), Terry Bradshaw and Drake Mills form the Leadership Team that is spearheading the fundraising for the facility, along with Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde.

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ation rate and in Academic Progress Report rate, and the new academic center will further enhance and emphasize the University’s commitment to the classroom.

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Louisiana Tech already ranks among the state and conference leaders in student-athlete gradu-

Since Louisiana Tech joined the WAC in 2001, its athletic programs have captured 29 team championships and dozens of individual titles. Louisiana Tech has contracted with renowned sports architectural firm Populous to develop a master facility plan. Populous has created some of the most recognizable professional sports venues in the country: “This project addresses many of the needs of our student-athletes, enhances recruiting and provides a source of pride for our alumni and fans. Our vision is a quest for excellence and a desire, focus and commitment to be an institution that values academic and athletic excellence.”

 Yankee Stadium  Busch Stadium  AT&T Park  Pepsi Center  PNC Park  PETCO Park  Oriole Park at Camden Yards

– Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde

 Reliant Stadium “Quest for Excellence is a watershed event in the history of our athletics program and, through the private contributions of our friends and supporters, will put our University shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the most progressive and respected programs in the nation.” - Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau

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USA … USA … USA …

as in Conference USA After a 12-year affiliation in the highly-respected Western Athletic Conference, Louisiana Tech will make the all-sports move to Conference USA on July 1, 2013. The 14-team league will include eight schools in the central time zone as Louisiana Tech will boast natural geographic rivalries with a host of outstanding academic and athletic universities including Tulane, Southern Miss, Rice, Tulsa, UTSA, North Texas and UAB. The league also includes highlyrespected institutions (outside of the central time zone) in UTEP, FIU, Charlotte, Old Dominion, Marshall and East Carolina. More than a thousand supporters showed up at the Thomas Assembly Center on May 4 when Conference USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky extended the official invitation to Tech President Dan Reneau.

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CUSA Highlights 144 Bowl appearances (64 since 1994) 118 NCAA Appearances in Men’s Basketball 10 Men’s Basketball Final Four Appearances, five National Championship game appearances and one National Championship

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ON THE MAP (TENTATIVE 2013)

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2002 NIT Champions (Memphis) and 2001 NIT Champions (Tulsa) 51 NCAA appearances in Women’s Basketball (38 since 1994) 112 NCAA Appearances in Baseball (73 since 1995) 12 College World Series Appearances, with five in a row (2003 National Champions Rice) 26 NCAA appearances in Volleyball in the last 14 years Two Softball College World Series Appearances Two Men’s Soccer College Cup Appearances 17 Men’s Golf National Championships Two Women’s Golf National Championships

Louisiana Tech President Dan Reneau and Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde sign the contract making the University an official member of C-USA.

32 National Championships in Track and Field and Cross Country

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Louisiana Tech’s Athletic Department: accepted an invitation to join Conference USA in an all-sports move starting July 1, 2013. won the NCAA Pack the House Challenge for the WAC for the fifth straight year, the only school in the country to win it four straight years. finished sixth in the Excellence in Management Cup (presented by Texas A&M’s Laboratory for the Study of Intercollegiate Athletics), marking the third straight year it earned a Top 10 ranking. set an annual fundraising record with gifts totaling $6 million while the Louisiana Tech Athletic Club (LTAC) set a record for annual membership with 1,252 donors.

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On the playing fields:

Lady Techster outfielder Dacia Hale tied the NCAA Division I softball single game record with 11 RBI in 17-7 win over perennial NCAA Tournament power Fresno State. Bulldog golf earned its highest end-of-the-year ranking in program history, finishing 77th and barely missing its first ever NCAA Regional appearance.

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Bulldog basketball upset No. 1 seed Nevada and advanced to its first ever WAC Tournament championship game under first-year head coach Mike White.

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Track stars Chelsea Hayes (long jump, USA), Jason Morgan (discus, Jamaica) and Ayanna Alexander (triple jump, Trinidad) all qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

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Bulldog football ended the season on a seven-game winning streak to capture the 2011 WAC Championship – first since 2001 – and earned a berth in the Poinsettia Bowl against 15th-ranked TCU.

Lady Techster basketball recorded its 38th straight winning season and advanced to the WAC Tournament championship game for the eighth time in 11 years. Scotti Culton and Olivia Lukasewich became the first Tech soccer players to play professionally. Alena Erofeyeva won 19 singles matches, falling one short of tying the Lady Techster tennis program record set in 1982 while tennis won the most matches in a season since 1994. Bulldog pitcher Phil Maton was named to the 2012 Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American Team. Adriano De Souza was named the ninth head coach in the history of the Lady Techster volleyball program. Bowling posted double digit wins against Top 20 ranked programs during the season. Ryan Allen won the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top punter, the only player from a non-BCS school to win a national award.

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Welcome to University Park Your home away from home

It’s a community of Tech students who want the convenience of on-campus living and the privacy and sophistication of hightech, spacious apartments and townhouses with a signature Louisiana Tech view.

University Park Amenities

2- and 4-bedroom designs

Townhouse features a spiral staircase to a loft with two bedrooms and a bath

Private bedroom phone and cable television

Kitchen equipped with range and refrigerator High speed internet access A  pedestrian bridge provides easy, direct access from UP to the heart of campus

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a cyber café with plasma TVs, webcams and wireless internet and a McAlister’s Deli

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Tolliver Hall --

Student Center -a large cafeteria-style area that allows students to choose from a variety of eating establishments including, Chick-Fil-A and Burger King as well as a cafeteria

Local Restaurants -students get plenty of Louisiana flavor as Ruston is full of local restaurants that range from a little Cajun spice to southern down-home cooking

Quadrangle -one of the most frequented areas of campus where students hang out under century-old oak trees to study and socialize

lambright intramural Center -an on-campus recreational facility which includes a brand new $12.5 million swimming complex which just opened this spring. The facility also includes a rock-climbing wall, basketball courts, racquetball courts, a bowling alley, men’s and women’s weightrooms, an indoor track, saunas, steamrooms and a variety of cardio equipment

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STUDENT ACTIVITIES

AFTER CLASS:

 Art exhibits  Canoe excursions  Camping trips  Campus ministries  Concerts  Dances and cookouts  Greek life  Honor societies  Intramurals

The Miss Tech pageant is just one of many annual student events on campus, including unity step shows, Greek Week, Spring Fling, homecoming, talent shows, theatrical and musical productions and more.

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 Live theatre  Movie nights  Poetry and music  Rock climbing  Sporting events  Stomp shows  Student organizations  Volunteer opportunities

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Construction on the brand new $12.5 million recreational and competitive swimming pools is scheduled for completion this fall. The facility connects to the existing Lambright Intramural Center and is the final phase of a $50 million recreational construction project on campus that included new tennis courts, a new track and a new bowling alley. The pool will include a 25-yard indoor competitive pool and an outdoor recreational pool. An atrium will connect the two facilities and will include a rockclimbing wall as well as an outdoor cafĂŠ complete with sandwiches, soups, smoothies and a variety of drinks.

Tech students are some of the best fans in the South as all of the University’s athletic teams have great followings on game days whether football, basketball or any of the 16 NCAA Division I sanctioned programs.

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prominent alumni Louisiana Tech continues to give back on a global level in every profession and every day, either on center stage or behind the scenes. Tech alums seize the opportunity on campus to make a difference off it; because of you, the University’s influence spreads, now more than ever. Leon Barmore: Best winning percentage of any other coach in history of NCAA women’s basketball, five-time Hall of Famer Albert Bourland: Retired President of Daimler-Benz Washington, Inc., manufacturer of Mercedes Benz Terry Bradshaw: Member of FOX NFL Sunday, NFL Hall of Fame, No. 1 pick in the 1970 NFL draft, winner of four Super Bowls Kix Brooks: Songwriter, guitar player, entertainer, Tech fan, host of American Country Music Countdown John D. Caruthers, Jr.: President of the Seven States I-69 Mid-Continent Highway Coalition Tara Collins: Developer of the MediKin Hematology Teaching Vein, a “hands on” way of understanding blood disorders and diseases, especially HIV/AIDS James Davison: Developer of Squire Creek Country Club, Board of Directors for Genesis Energy, former Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System

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Benny Denny: CEO of Bank of Ruston, President of Louisiana Tech University Foundation Rosemary Ellis: Editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine A.C. Hollins, Jr.: Vice-President/Director of Operations & Infrastructure for National Security Technologies, LLC (NSTec), Las Vegas Emily Howell and Julie Bartlett Stephenson: Back-toback recipients of “Teacher of the Year” award in Louisiana, high school division, in 2012 and 2011; Jenny Marie Blalock was 2011 Louisiana Elementary School Teacher of the Year

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Eddie McGough: Senior Vice President for Alcon Laboratories, a global medical company specializing in eye care products Hilton Nicholson: CEO of Sixnet, member of FCC Advisory Board

Max Watson, Jr.: Founder and President of BMC Software, Inc.; named by Forbes Magazine in Top 15 of 200 Best Small Companies Teresa Weatherspoon: Named one of the top 15 players in WNBA history, Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer, coach of the Lady Techsters basketball team, Olympic gold medalist and Wade Trophy winner Sam Wyly: Co-founder of Green Mountain Energy, Maverick Capital, Ranger Capital Group, Michaels Stores, and Sterling Software, Inc.

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Glen Post, III: Chief Executive Officer and President of CenturyLink, which employs nearly 48,000, has operating revenues of $4.596 billion on a consolidated basis and is the third largest telecommunications company in America

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Scott Poole: Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Roy O. Martin Lumber Company, one of the largest independently owned forest products companies in the South

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Mervin Parker: Corporate Forestry Manager of Hunt Forest Products, a privately held company with more than 65,000 acres of timberland owned and managed and more than 700 employees in the state of Louisiana

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Michael McCallister: Chairman of the Board/CEO of Humana, Inc., which employs 30,000 nationwide and has revenues of $33 billion

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Karl Malone: Two-time NBA MVP, Ruston-area businessman, member of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, second-leading scorer in NBA history

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Sandy Johnson: President/owner of Barrios Technology in Houston; earned NASA’s highest award – the George M. Low Award for Quality and Excellence, won twice – and in 2004 received NASA’s highest honor, the Distinguished Public Service Medal.

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Entering its 43rd year of service, modern J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park continues to be one of the top playing facilities in the South. Since the facility opened in 1971, the stadium has seen the Bulldogs amass an impressive 738-392-1 (.653) home record. The facility has undergone several renovations in recent years. The outfield fence has been moved back as much as 20 feet in some places and has been raised. The dimensions of the field are now (left-to-right) 315-370-385-340-325. Other renovations include a new paint job, a new warning track and new lockers for the Bulldogs. Windscreens down the left-and right-field lines were added, as well as a visitors’ bullpen. In 2008, a brand-new scoreboard was installed beyond the right field wall and a smaller scoreboard display behind home plate. The smaller display faces the outfield and the University Park Apartments that sit beyond the left field fence. Approximately 400 new chairback seats were also added to the existing 300 to give more options to Tech season ticket holders. A new press box was constructed in time for Tech to host the 2008 Western Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in the school’s history. It features two radio booths, a television booth, ample seating for media members, high-speed internet connections and multiple phone lines. On May 22, 2008, the facility was rededicated as J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park in honor of Tech legend, Pat “Gravy” Patterson. In his honor, an outfield wall sign that bears a picture of the former coach in his Tech jersey with the years he coached and his record was installed in left-center field. His name has also been imprinted on the outside wall of the press box that faces Tech Drive, and it has been added to the top panel on the scoreboard in right field. Centrally located on the Louisiana Tech campus, the facility features a seating capacity of 2,000, many of which are chairback seats for added comfort. The ballpark also boasts large picnic and viewing areas beyond the outfield wall that are very popular with Tech fans and the infamous “Right Field Rowdies.” J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park also features complete team facilities underneath the main stadium structure, including two locker rooms, showers, training rooms and coaches’ offices. A players’ lounge was built adjacent to the home locker room and restroom facilities are located behind the third base dugout. An enclosed batting tunnel is located down the left-field line. Tech’s baseball surface has been expertly manicured and is one of the finest playing surfaces available. It features a fully-automated sprinkler system. Lights were installed prior to the 1978 season. In 1997, a school-record 3,251 fans packed the stadium and the hills beyond the outfield to watch the Bulldogs play eventual national champion LSU. The facility, known as Tech Stadium until 1982, was named in honor of J.C. Love, a Ruston businessman who whole-heartedly supported the Tech baseball program and the university.

All-Time Record 738-392-1 (.653) Att. 3,251 3,154 3,125 3,076 2,536 2,375 2,138 2,088 1,837 1,835

Top 10 Largest Crowds Opponent Year Result LSU 1997 L, 13-1 Arkansas 2007 L, 4-2 LSU 1991 L, 13-6 Arkansas 2007 W, 9-2 UL-Monroe 2007 W, 3-2 LSU 1987 W, 5-4 Arkansas 2007 L, 6-2 UL-Monroe 2007 L, 10-9 Arkansas 2005 L, 5-2 Lamar 1987 W, 5-4

Milestones Wins Win No. 1: April 26, 1971 vs. McNeese State (1-0) Win No. 50: 1974 vs. UT-Arlington (8-4) Win No. 100: 1977 vs. McNeese State (7-6) Win No. 200: 1982 vs. Northwestern State (5-2) Win No. 300: 1987 vs. Northeast La. (9-1) Win No. 400: 1992 vs. Ouachita Baptist (11-1) Win No. 500: 1998 vs. Northwestern State (8-2) Win No. 600: 2006 vs. UAB (3-1) Win No. 700: 2010 vs. Sacramento State (5-4)

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Louisiana Tech lost a coaching legend on Oct. 11, 2007, as Pat “Gravy” Patterson, longtime coach of the Bulldog baseball team, passed away at the age of 73. Patterson coached the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs for 23 years and upon retiring in 1990, he was the all-time winningest coach in Louisiana collegiate baseball compiling a record of 741-462-2. “The Louisiana Tech family has lost a wonderful person,” said Tech President Dr. Dan Reneau. “Coach Patterson was a great friend and mentor to countless Tech students over the years, and he will be missed by all of us.” Patterson led Louisiana Tech to seven NCAA Tournament appearances during his coaching tenure, the last coming in 1987. In 1974, Patterson had the Bulldogs just one game away from the College World Series. Affectionately known as “Gravy” by Bulldog fans, Patterson came to Louisiana Tech in 1967 as an assistant football coach. One year later, he was hired as the Bulldog baseball head coach and served in dual roles before finally leaving the gridiron in 1978. “The entire Tech Athletic family mourns the loss of Coach Patterson,” said former Tech Athletic Director Jim Oakes. “We all grieve the loss of such a special man and outstanding coach. Coach Patterson left an unforgettable mark on his players and those of us who were fortunate to know him. This loss is very hard because Coach Patterson was beloved by everyone who knew him.” Patterson recorded 18 winning seasons in 23 years at the helm of Tech baseball and posted 40-win seasons five times. He was named the conference Coach of the Year seven times and the District VI Coach of the Year in 1974. “In my eyes, Gravy is Louisiana Tech baseball,” said current Tech baseball coach Wade Simoneaux. “Anytime anybody mentions Louisiana Tech baseball, his name always comes up. He set the bar so high that it’s not even attainable to do what he did here. He was an idol to me.” A 1958 graduate of Louisiana Tech, Patterson played football and baseball under legendary Bulldog coaches Joe Aillet and Berry Hinton, earning four football letters and two baseball letters. He went on to earn his master’s degree from the University of Mississippi in 1961. He began his coaching career in 1958 on the prep level at Ouachita Parish High School in Monroe, then took a job at Shreveport’s Byrd High School in 1963 before joining the Tech athletic department in 1967 as an assistant football coach. Although he finally left the gridiron in 1979, Patterson did return for one game as interim head coach in 1979, leading the Bulldogs to a remarkable 13-10 victory over rival Northeast Louisiana (now known as UL-Monroe) in his only game as head coach. “When I came in 1974, he was the first coach I was really involved with,” said longtime Tech broadcaster Dave Nitz. “He took me in and was always like a father figure to me. He would go on a recruiting trip and take me with him. He was Tech through and through. Nobody loved Louisiana Tech more than he did.” Patterson served for several years as Tech’s associate athletic director following his retirement from the diamond, overseeing eligibility of athletes and working closely with NCAA compliance. On three occasions, he was asked to step in as the university’s interim athletic director. He is a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Headed up by 10 seniors and 13 juniors, the 2013 Louisiana Tech baseball team is an experienced bunch more than any other in head coach Wade Simoneaux’s 11-year tenure as the man in charge of the Bulldogs. Ten seniors is the most in Simoneaux’s time at Tech, and with a record of 27-28 in 2012, Simoneaux returns a team full of players who were a part of history, as last year’s team had the best showing of any team in the program’s history after advancing to the semifinals of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. Although the team eventually fell to former conference foe Fresno State one game prior to the championship matchup, the Bulldogs are set to enter the 2013 season with high hopes as they begin their last year as a WAC member before joining Conference USA next season. “Our guys were disappointed we did not win the tournament because we thought we could win it last year, and it was tough with the bracket we were in,” Simoneaux said. “This is the largest senior class in my 11 years at Tech. Add to it 13 juniors, and it should equal an exciting, veteran club for us this season.” Tech returns 20 letterwinners to this year’s squad after the loss of three impact players to graduation and the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft in first baseman Alex Williams, pitcher Jeb Stefan and outfielder Justin Gordey. Even with losses at critical positions, with senior leadership at an all-time high, Simoneaux is getting ready to begin the 2013 season with a veteran squad in tow. “It is good to have those returners because with the new guys, younger guys and junior college guys, you are going to have some growing pains and learning curves with when they are really going to pick up the way you want things done.” Included in the veteran lineup will be several seasoned pitchers and position players Simoneaux and his staff has returned, and the ’Dogs will certainly welcome the added experience of this year’s squad to the field, as Tech is set to face a bevy of teams in 2013 that are no small tasks. L o o k i n g ahead to the 2013 schedule, the Bulldogs are set to face six teams that made the NCAA Baseball Tournament in 2012 in a combined 21 games scheduled this coming sea-

son against those teams, 11 of those to take place on Tech’s home field in Ruston. Those six teams include mid-week matchups against Baylor and Rice, as well as series against UT Arlington, New Mexico State, Dallas Baptist and Oral Roberts. Playing a total of 56 games, Tech will host eight home series, five of those being Western Athletic Conference contests, including marquee matchups against Nebraska, who hosted Tech last season, Oral Roberts and Stephen F. Austin at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park. A 12-game home stretch highlights this year’s schedule, as the Bulldogs will host three straight weekend series and three mid-week games from March15-31. Entering its 12th and final season as a member of the WAC, Tech will have to face off against new competition before officially joining Conference USA after the 2013 season. Six of Tech’s nine conference series will be against WAC newcomers Seattle U, UT Arlington, Texas State, CSU Bakersfield, Dallas Baptist and UTSA, with three of those taking place in Ruston. Although the team will have to face new competition in conference play this season, the Bulldogs will see a few familiar faces in New Mexico State, Sacramento State and San Jose State in the final contests between these

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Catcher The Bulldogs return three reliable veterans behind the plate in juniors Tyler Qualls and Kyle Arnsberg, and sophomore Jacob Derouen with all three players set to see valuable time behind the plate in 2013. “We have three good catchers, Derouen being one of those along with Arnsberg and Qualls,” Simoneaux said. “Those are three veteran catchers that, in my eyes, could run the show back there by themselves without us calling pitches.” Qualls, a native of Jackson, Mo., was a force both at the plate and defensively for Tech in 2012. Not only is he an experienced mitt behind the plate for the Bulldogs, but Qualls will also

be a force in the batter’s box after notching a .336 batting average and 20 runs batted in last year. Qualls will split time with Arnsberg, a junior from Arlington, Texas who will also see time at the designated hitter position for the Bulldogs when not behind the plate. Arnsberg started 29 games last season and saw action in 40, hitting .278 with 25 runs, five doubles and a homerun in 2012. Derouen saw action in 21 games as a redshirt freshman in 2012, hitting .241 in 29 at bats. The Lafayette native is set to see plenty of playing time for the Bulldogs in 2013 both behind the plate and as a designated hitter alongside Qualls and Arnsberg.

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teams as WAC opponents. The Bulldogs will open the season Feb. 15, 16 and 17 with a three-game non-conference series against UT Arlington in a series that was agreed upon before the Mavericks’ move to the WAC this season. Tech will also face off against three in-state foes in 2013 with a road series scheduled with the Cowboys of McNeese State and mid-week contests with Grambling State and Northwestern State. “As far as our overall record, we play a tough schedule,” Simoneaux said. “We play 20-25 games against teams that were in the NCAA Regionals last year. We hope to be one of those teams that are in the NCAA Regionals this year, and we need to butt heads with teams like that to have an opportunity to show we can make it.” With the help of a rebuilt Western Athletic Conference, the LA Tech baseball team will become familiar with the Lone Star State as the Bulldogs will face seven different teams from the state of Texas, with four of those scheduled as conference series. The 2013 WAC Tournament is also set to be held in Grand Prairie, Texas, for the first time in the history of the conference May 22-26, with the tournament field increasing from six teams last year to eight this season.

Pitching Staff The Bulldogs welcome five quality senior arms back to the mound this season in Trevor Peterson, Jamie Gilley, Dakota Doss, James Ferguson and Tech’s leader in career saves, Caleb Dudley. Sophomore Phil Maton, a freshman AllAmerican selection last season, will return as the Friday night starter for the Bulldogs, while Petersen and Richie Navari, a junior college transfer, will start on the mound on Saturday and Sunday respectively. “We are going to pitch deeper this year,” Simoneaux said. “We are going to pitch one through

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12, whereas last year we probably pitched one through seven or eight. That is going to show up in our midweek games with Rice, Baylor and teams like that. I do not know if we are going to have a pitching advantage, but we are going to be highly competitive in midweek games because of our pitching depth.” Eight veteran pitchers will be available out of the bullpen for Tech in 2013, including returners Ben Carlisle, Doss, and Alvis, along with newcomers Omar Ugarte, Adam Derouen, Tucker Ward, Luke Giddens, Laetten Galbraith and Clark Carlisle. The addition of several junior college pitchers should give the Bulldogs added depth on the mound this coming season. Infield Tech returns an experience group to the infield in 2013, with all-WAC honoree Ryan Gebhardt at shortstop, Taylor Terrasas and Austin Hedges splitting time at second, and Ryan Jones returning from injury to play third base. “With Gebhardt, Hedges, and we also have Terrasas in the middle, we are very strong up the middle,” Simoneaux said of the middle of the infield. Junior college transfer Tyler Ervine will take the place of Alex Williams at first to round out the infield for the ’Dogs, while Arnsberg and Bre’shon Kimbell will also see

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time at first base this season. Outfield Kody Neel, Taylor Burch and Bre’shon Kimbell will all return to the outfield for the Bulldogs in 2013 in left, center and right field respectively. Burch, who started in right field for Tech last season, has certainly earned the respect of his teammates and head coach for the wide variety of skills he has showcased this offseason. “He is a 6-foot-5 gazelle out there,” Simoneaux said. “He may lead the country in centerfield assists this year. He is very good in centerfield, he covers a lot of ground and he is going to be a weapon for us this year.” Season tickets for the upcoming season are available now and can be purchased by calling the Tech Ticket Office at 318257-3631, emailing techtickets@latech.edu or logging on to www.LATechSports.com. For complete coverage of LA Tech baseball, follow @LATechBSB on Twitter or visit the official home of Louisiana Tech athletics at w w w. L ATe c h S ports.com.

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Personal: Son of Doug and Lisa Hedges... Has one brother Jared and one sister Katelyn... Grandfather is legendary Louisiana high school football coach Lee Hedges who also played football and baseball for LSU... Born May 31, 1990 in Shreveport, La... Major is Construction Engineering Technology.

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while helping the Gators win the 4A Louisiana State Championship... Earned first team all-district 1-4A and all-state honorable mention as a junior as the Gators were Louisiana 4A state runner-ups... Named first team all-district 1-5A, all-city and all-state honorable mention as a senior... As a senior batted .442 with 62 hits, two of which were home runs, five triples and 11 doubles... Also recorded 28 stolen bases and scored 51 runs... Holds the Captain Shreve single season school records in hits (62), stolen bases (30), triples (5) and runs scored (55)... Member of 2005 and 2006 American Legion State Championship teams... His 2006 American Legion team was regional runner-up... Member of National Honor Society.

5-8 • RS Sr. • 3L 2012: Started 53 of the 54 games he appeared in as the second baseman for Tech … Hit .296 with 26 RBI, 56 hits and 27 runs scored … Recorded multiple hits on 14 different occasions … Had a 10-game hitting streak dating from April 14 to May 4 …Reached base safely in 14 straight games in 2012 … Recorded three hits on three separate occasions … Went a perfect 3-3 with two runs scored against Dallas Baptist (3/22) … Tied his season-high two RBI in a 3-4 effort with one run and a double against Northwestern State (3/27) … Totaled three hits in five at bats with one RBI, two runs scored and two doubles against Nevada (5/25) in the conference tournament. 2011: Played in 49 games, starting 43 for the Bulldogs at second base... Hit .304 with 13 RBI, 48 hits and 25 runs scored... Ended the season with a 10-game hit streak that saw his average raise from .273 to .304... Scored two runs scored against UALR (2/22)... Made his first career start in the field at second base at UALR (3/1)... Tallied a five-game hitting streak from March 1-March 16 and hit .313 during that stretch... Had a two RBI at UT Arlington (3/16)... Was 2-for-2 at the plate and had the game-tying RBI single in Tech’s come-from-behind victory against UTPA (3/26)... Had a career-high three hits and two RBI in Tech’s 9-5 win over UTPA (3/26)... Was 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored in Tech’s 10-0 over New Mexico State (4/10)... Singled twice at Hawaii (4/15)... Perfect 3-for-3 with one double vs. Fresno St. (5/6)... Hit .444 in the final 10 games of the season, recording 16 hits including five multi-hit games... Drove in two runs in a three-hit performance vs. Hawaii in the WAC Tournament (5/28). 2010: Appeared in nine games primarily as a pinch hitter and second baseman... First career hit came vs. Alcorn State (2/20). 2009: Redshirt season High School: Lettered three years at Captain Shreve HS in Shreveport, La... Played with teammates John Anderson and Clint Ewing while at Shreve... Was named second team all-district as a sophomore in 2006

Hedges’ Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2010 .250 9-0 8 2011 .304 49-43 158 2012 .296 54-53 189 Total .299 112-96 355

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h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf 2 0 0 0 0 2 .250 0 0 1 0 .250 0 48 4 0 0 13 52 .329 11 8 24 5 .376 1 56 8 0 2 26 70 .370 32 6 31 5 .409 3 106 12 0 2 39 124 .349 43 14 56 10 .392 4

sh sb-att po a e fld% 0 0-0 1 1 0 1.000 5 2-8 59 95 8 .951 0 8-11 74 125 9 .957 5 10-19 134 221 17 .954

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Benton, La. (Bossier Parish CC) 5-11 • RS Sr. • 1L 2012: Made 25 appearances on the season after beginning the season as the No. 2 starter in the rotation, and was eventually moved to the bullpen as the set-up man … Led the team in strikeouts with 82 … Recorded a 4.03 earned run average, 3-4 record and three saves in 67.0 innings pitched, the third most innings among pitchers … Held opponents to a .261 batting average … In 19 games as a reliever, he posted a 1-1 record, two saves with a 2.60 ERA … As a reliever, Gilley held opponents to a .179 batting average, while striking out 47 in 34.2 IP … His 11.07 strikeouts per nine innings ranked him 10th in the nation, while his 75 strikeouts ranked him fifth in the conference … Gilley’s 30 strikeouts in WAC play ranked him sixth among WAC pitchers … Was named the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Pitcher of the Week for the week of April 23-29 … Named 2nd team All-WAC in his first season of action with the ’Dogs. 2011: Sat out the 2011 season, retaining two years of eligibility. Bossier CC: The right-hander led the 2010 Cavaliers with 8 wins and 53 strikeouts, limiting opponents to a .216 batting average... Tallied a 3.47 ERA while tossing two complete games. High School: Prep Standout at Benton High School... Was a two-time all-state performer in Class 4A. Personal: Full name is Jamie Tyler Gilley... Son of Dennis and Jody Gilley... Has one sibling, Jesse... Majoring in psychology... Born on July 4, 1989 in Houston, Texas.

Gilley’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 5 13 0 TOTAL .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 5 13 0 Year era w-l app gs 2012 4.03 3-4 25 6 TOTAL 4.03 3-4 25 6

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West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) 5-6 • Sr. • 3L 2012: Appeared in 42 games, starting five as an outfielder for the Bulldogs … Hit .212 with nine runs scored in his junior season … Successfully stole a base twice in three attempts on the season … Was the Bulldogs’ go-to man late in games as he led the team in appearances as a sub with 37 … Recorded his first career triple Feb. 24 against McNeese State as he went 1-2 with an RBI … Came on as a sub against New Mexico State (5/25) in the conference tournament and went 1-2 with an RBI and a run scored. 2011: Played in 38 games, starting 13 as an outfielder... Hit .309 with six stolen bases... Often came in late in games as a pinch runner... Stole his first base at UALR (2/22)...Recorded his first career RBI with an infield single at UALR (3/1)... Made his first career start in CF at No. 17 Baylor (3/13) and tallied a then-career-high two hits with a run scored... Recorded an RBI at No. 25 Rice (3/20)... Had a career-high three hits against LSU-Shreveport (4/2) and scored what proved to be the gamewinning run... Scored two runs in Tech’s 10-0 win over New Mexico State (4/10)... Scored the game-winning run from second on a wild pitch in Tech’s ninth inning walk-off win against Nevada (4/30)... Tied his careerhigh with three hits and established a new career-high with four runs scored against Mississippi Valley State (5/11). 2010: Appeared in 12 games... Mainly used for his speed as a pinch runner... Recorded his first career hit in game two of a double-header vs. Alcorn State (2/20)... Was brought in as a pinch runner and scored a run in a win at Baylor (3/3). High School: Played for coach Mark Sims while at West Monroe high school... Named first team all-district 1-5A outfielder his senior year... Helped the Rebels to three straight district championships as a sophomore (2007), junior (2008) and senior (2009). Personal: Son of Jay and Jennye White... Born Oct. 5, 1990 in West Monroe, La.

White’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2010 .200 12-0 5 2011 .309 38-13 55 2012 .212 42-5 33 Total .269 92-18 93

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slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf .200 0 1 1 0 .333 0 .327 5 2 10 1 .387 0 .273 1 1 5 0 .257 0 .301 6 4 16 1 .340 0

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Taylor

Terrasas Santa Fe, Texas (Santa Fe HS) 5-10 • Sr. • 3L 2012: Started 30 games while appearing in 32 for the Bulldogs as an infielder/designated hitter … Hit .340 with 21 RBI, 29 runs, 10 doubles and 3 homeruns … Reached base safely in 16 straight games, a streak that is active heading into the 2013 season … Recorded a season-high three hits on four separate occasions … Hit his first homerun of the season in a 3-5 effort with two RBI, one run and added a double … Had a career day at the plate in the 2012 WAC Tournament when he totaled three hits in five at bats, and added five RBI, three runs, one double and a homerun to lead Tech to a 15-12 victory over New Mexico State. 2011: Played in 23 games and started 12 all at second base... First at-bat came as a pinch hitter vs. Nicholls St. (2/19)... Had two hits in season debut against Nicholls State (2/19)... Tallied two hits and two RBI at McNeese State (2/27)... Had a career-high three walks at Grambling State (3/23). 2010: Played in 40 games and started 22 at shortstop and two at second base... Hit his first career home run in a 13-7 win over Fresno State (4/16)... Went 2-for-4 with a career-high three RBI at Fresno State (4/16)... Hit his second career home run in a 10-9 loss at No. 1 Texas. High School: Lettered three years for Santa Fe High School under coach Ronnie Wulf... Won first team all-district 24-4A and first team allcounty his junior and senior years... Played summer ball with the Southeast Texas Sun Devils under coach Matt Thompson... Participated in the 2008 Area Code Games in California with the Cincinnati Reds... Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 33rd round (995th overall) of the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Personal: Full name is Taylor James Terrasas... Son of Rudy and Marilyn Terrasas... Has two brothers, Ryan and Trey... Father Rudy played baseball at Lamar University... Born July 24, 1991 in Pasadena, Texas... Major is kinesiology.

Terrasas’ Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2010 .360 40-24 75 2011 .137 23-12 51 2012 .340 32-30 106 Total .302 95-66 232

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2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf 7 0 2 15 40 .533 9 1 19 1 .430 1 2 0 0 4 9 .176 9 2 14 1 .286 1 10 0 3 21 55 .519 15 7 15 1 .443 3 19 0 5 40 104 .448 33 10 48 3 .404 5

sh sb-att po a e fld% 2 3-4 28 46 8 .902 2 1-2 11 24 1 .972 3 0-0 23 36 12 .831 7 4-6 62 106 21 .889

Personal: Full name is Trevor Gregg Petersen... Son of Jason and Brenda Petersen... Has one brother, Brandon and one sister, Amanda... Born August 19, 1990 in Longview, Texas.

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as a pitcher, first team all-east Texas as a first baseman, Harrison and Marion County Player of the Year and the Texas Sports Writers Association Pitcher of the Year... District 13-4A pitcher of the year as a senior in 2009... Louisville Preseason All-American... Earned second team all-state as a pitcher as well as first team All-East Texas... Selected in the 23rd round (709th overall) of the 2009 MLB first year player draft by the Tampa Bay Rays...Played one season of football during his senior year... Played summer ball with the Dallas Bat under former Texas Ranger, Rusty Greer.

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23 RHP

Trevor

petersen

B A S E B A L L

Hallsville, Texas (Hallsville HS) 6-3 • Sr. • 3L

2012: Made 16 appearances and 12 starts in his junior season with the ’Dogs … Posted a 6-4 record with a 7.13 ERA and 53.0 innings pitched … Tied his career high for wins in a season with six … Posted the second most wins among Tech pitchers … Totaled a season-high six strikeouts on two different occasions (2/19 vs. UT Arlington; 3/28 at Grambling) … Pitched a season long 7.0 innings while holding San Jose State (5/6) to six hits, one run/earned run and two walks in a 4-1 victory for Tech and his fifth win of the season. 2011: Started 16 games to lead all Bulldog pitchers... Picked up six wins on the season with one save over 83.1 innings... Pitched six-plus innings eight times in 2011, allowing less than three earned runs in six of those starts... Named the third-best draft prospect for the 2012 draft in the WAC by Perfect Game USA... Tossed 8.0 innings in season opener against SIU (2/18) and allowed just five hits and one unearned run... Had a careerhigh seven strikeouts at McNeese State (2/25) in 6.0 innings of work... Allowed just one earned run in 7.0-plus innings of work at No. 25 Rice (3/18)... Allowed just two runs and six hits in 7.0 innings of work against New Mexico State (4/8)... Allowed four hits and not one earned run in 8.0 innings of work to pick up a win in the series opener against Nevada (4/29)... Tallied the first save of his career against UT Arlington (5/3). 2010: Appeared in 19 games on the mound while starting 12... Was named WAC pitcher of the week after earning the first ever win at the Twin’s new Target Field vs. Minnesota (3/27)... Longest scoreless innings streak of any freshman in the nation and tenth longest regardless of classification, 19.0 innings (3/26-4/10)... Picked up his first career win in his first career start at Grambling (2/23)... Threw his first career complete game in a win over Hawai’i (4/23). High School: Lettered three seasons at Hallsville High School under coach Scott Mitchell... Was a part of his high school team when they won district his junior year... As a pitcher during his sophomore year, he was second team all-district and all-east Texas honorable mention... As a junior, he was named MVP for district 17-4A, awarded third team all-state

Petersen’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2010 .000 0-0 0 2011 .000 1-1 0 2012 .000 0-0 0 TOTAL .000 1-1 0 Year 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

era w-l app 6.81 5-8 19 5.08 6-4 18 7.13 6-4 16 6.20 17-16 53

r 0 0 0 0 gs 12 16 12 40

h 0 0 0 0 cg 1 0 0 1

2b 3b hr rbi tb 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

sho sv ip h 0/1 0 72.2 94 0/0 1 83.1 90 0/0 0 53.0 60 0/1 1 209.0 244

sh sb-att po a 0 0-0 4 7 0 0-0 8 8 0 0-0 3 12 0 0-0 15 27

e 0 0 0 0

fld% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA 60 55 28 42 13 3 11 352 .308 4 10 0 4 5 53 47 49 45 16 3 1 386 .278 7 6 3 4 3 45 42 41 35 4 2 4 265 .282 11 3 1 3 4 158 144 118 122 33 8 16 1003 .290 22 19 4 11 12

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29 OF

Kody

Neel

Richmond, Texas (Wharton CC) 6-2 • Sr. • 1L 2012: Saw action in 39 games while starting 19 in his first season at LA Tech … Hit .255 with 25 hits, 15 RBI and 11 runs … Totaled six doubles and three homeruns for the Bulldogs and two stolen bases in as many attempts … Recorded his first homerun in a Tech uniform at ArkansasPine Bluff (2/21) in a 1-5 effort with three RBI and two runs scored … Totaled a season-high three hits in four at bats with an RBI and a walk against UT Arlington (2/19) … Recorded five multiple-hit games for the Bulldogs in 2012 … Hit two doubles in a 2-3 effort April 15 at Nevada … Hit his third homerun of the season and totaled three RBI versus Nevada (5/25) in the WAC Conference Tournament. Wharton County JC: Finished the 2011 season with a .358 batting average, 32 runs scored and 23 RBIs… Named to the NJCAA All-Star game his freshman season (2010)… Team made a Region XIV regional appearance in 2010. Needville HS: Three year letterman for the Blue Jays… Hit .479 his senior season with 10 HR and 40 RBIs… Named team MVP, district 3A offensive MVP, first team all-area and second team all-state his senior season... Hit .451 with 4 home runs and 18 RBIs his junior year… Named first team all-district and first team all-area in 2008… Led Needville HS to bi-district championships in all three seasons and area championships his sophomore year and senior year (2007 and 2009). Personal: Full name is Kody Wayne Neel…Born Sept. 5, 1990 in Houston Texas…Son of Mark and Sheila Neel… Has one sibling, Katee… Cousins Trey and Brad Porras are playing baseball at the University of New Mexico and Texas A&M Corpus Christi, respectively… Business major

Neel’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .255 39-19 98 11 25 6 0 3 15 40 .408 6 3 28 3 .318 0 0 2-2 40 1 1 TOTAL .255 39-19 98 11 25 6 0 3 15 40 .408 6 3 28 3 .318 0 0 2-2 40 1 1

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fld% .976 .976

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Stephen

Gandy

B A S E B A L L

Farmerville, La. (Northwestern State) 6-0 • Sr. • 1L 2012: Started 21 games, while appearing in 34 total for the Bulldogs … Hit .282 with six doubles, one homerun and six runs batted in … Went 2-5 with two doubles, two RBI and one run scored at Arkansas-Little Rock (2/22) … Notched his first homerun with the Bulldogs April 26 versus Hawaii in a 2-4 effort with two RBI and one run … Totaled four multihit games in 2012 … Had a four-game hitting streak over the course of the season and is currently on a two-game hitting streak dating back to 2012. Northwestern St.: Played in 33 games in 2011 as a sophomore, making 15 starts… Hit a two-run double in a 5-2 upset win at LSU… Played in 29 games as a freshman… Made 14 starts… First career hit against Southern Miss… Went 3-for-3 at the plate against 20th-ranked Baylor… Hit his first career walk-off homerun in the 13th inning to lead the Demons past Sam Houston St. High School: Earned all-district, all-Northeast Louisiana, all-state Louisiana Baseball Coaches and Louisiana Sports Writers first team honors as a junior and senior while playing for Randy Carr at Sterlington High School in Monroe… Named district MVP after hitting .535 with 12 home runs, 63 RBIs and 60 hits as a senior… Team advanced to the state championships in 2009 and state semi-finals from 2006-2008… Hit .501 with 10 home runs, 59 RBIs and 59 hits as a junior… Played for the East team in the 2009 LHSAA All-Star Game… Academic all-state… Lettered two years in football… Graduated with a 4.0 GPA… Was the class Valedictorian… Was the Buddy Blair Award recipient for excelling in academics and athletics and demonstrating great leadership skills… Received appointments to the Air Force and Naval Academies. Personal: Nickname is Stevie-Ray… Born July 27, 1990… Son of Butch and Arlene Gandy… Has one sister, Sarah, who is a junior in high school… Sarah earned all-state softball honors as a freshman and sophomore… Majoring in finance… Plans to go to law school or work in the financial services industry.

Gandy’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .282 34-21 85 15 24 6 0 1 6 33 .388 8 2 14 2 .358 0 1 0-2 34 1 0 Total .282 34-21 85 15 24 6 0 1 6 33 .388 8 2 14 2 .358 0 1 0-2 34 1 0

fld% 1.000 1.000

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6 LHP

James

Ferguson Austin, Texas (McLennan CC) 6-4 • Sr. • 1L 2012: Made 13 appearance out of the bullpen and one start for Tech in 2012 … Recorded eight strikeouts in 15.2 innings pitched … Made his first start in a Bulldog uniform May 25 versus Nevada in the conference tournament in 2.2 IP, his longest outing of the season … Season-high three strikeouts vs. Arkansas (5/15). McLennan CC: Ferguson, a Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star selection and First-team all-state performer at Austin Westlake HS spent last season at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas. As a member of Phi Theta Kappa and President’s Distinguished Honor Roll, the southpaw notched a 7-4 record on the mound with a 3.19 ERA and 43 strikeouts while appearing in 15 games for the Highlanders. High School: An All-State player in Texas he attended McLennan CC in Waco last year. In 2011 he was 4-5 with an ERA of 4.97. His WHIP was 1.44 which was ok so I don’t really know why he nosedived after a stellar career in high school. Good student, by the way.

Ferguson’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 4 0 TOTAL .000 1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 4 0 Year 2012 TOTAL

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era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip 14.94 0-1 13 1 0 0/0 0 15.2 14.94 0-1 13 1 0 0/0 0 15.2

h 28 28

r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf 28 26 15 8 7 0 1 98 28 26 15 8 7 0 1 98

fld% 1.000 1.000

bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA .373 2 6 2 1 1 .373 2 6 2 1 1

RHP

Caleb

High School: Lettered all four years while at Texas High... Named 134A all-district as a pitcher his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... Named all-area shortstop as a junior and senior... Earned all-state honors as a senior in 2009... Posted an 0.80 ERA his senior season... Helped the Tigers to three straight district championships as well as winning the Texas 4A State Championship as a senior... Four year letterwinner as a cornerback for football as well... President of senior class.

Texarkana Texas (Texas HS) 6-0 • Sr. • 3L

2012: Broke the all-time saves record with his 19th career save and his fifth of the season versus Grambling April 4, while clinching a 4-1 victory for the Bulldogs … Has a total of 23 saves over the course of his threeyear career with the Bulldogs after recording nine saves in 2012 … Made 29 appearances out of the bullpen, the most by all pitchers, and ended the season with a 3.70 ERA, while notching four wins … Struck out 30 batters in 48.2 innings pitched and held opposing hitters to a .272 batting average … Totaled a season-high four strikeouts Feb. 19 vs. UT Arlington in 3.2 IP to record his first save of the season … Pitched a season-high 4.1 innings on two separate occasions (3/18; 4/8) … Struck out three batters on four different occasions … Picked up his first win of the season with 0.2 IP in a 5-4 win over McNeese State (2/25) after coming on in relief to seal the victory for the ’Dogs … Recorded three more victories against Nebraska (3/18), Grambling (3/28) and Oral Roberts (4/1) … Did not allow runs in 15 of his appearances in relief … Closed out 23 games for the Bulldogs in 2012.

Personal: Son of Curtis Dudley and Nakina Steitler... Has two brothers, Garrett Dudley and Destin Steitler... Has two sisters Madison Dudley and Torie Steitler... Two time Mutton Bustin’ Champion (1995 & 1996)... Born in Texarkana, Texas on January 2, 1991... Major is Biology.

B A S E B A L L

Dudley

B U L L D O G

5

2010: As a freshman led the team with 23 appearances, all out of the bullpen... Led the team in saves with two... Pitched 5.1 scoreless innings in relief at UTPA to pick up his first career win... Threw 1.2 scoreless innings out of the pen against Southern Miss. to earn his second career win... Notched his first career save after throwing the final 3.1 innings and striking out four at Fresno State (4/17)... Recorded a career high five strikeouts in his third win of the season after pitching 3.1 innings in relief at Nevada (5/21).

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save of the season after recording two strikeouts at Hawai’i (4/17)... Fired 3.0 no-hit innings and recorded two strikeouts to get the win at San Jose State (4/22)... Picked up saves against Northwestern State (4/27) and Nevada (4/29) to move just one save shy of Matt Buckle for the all-time single-season saves record at LA Tech... Picked up a win against Nevada (4/30) after firing 3.0 innings in relief while just allowing one hit.... Named Verizon WAC Pitcher of the Week (5/2) and CollegeBaseballInsider.com National Pitcher of the Week (5/4) for his performances against Northwestern State and Nevada... Tied Buckle for the all-time single-season saves record after recording his ninth save vs. Fresno St. (4/30)... Tallied his fifth win in relief against UT Arlington (5/3)... Set the all-time singleseason saves record with 10 as he pitched three scoreless innings in relief at Sacramento St. (5/20)... Recorded multi-inning saves vs. New Mexico St. (5/25) and San Jose St. (5/27)... Pitched two-plus innings for five of his saves.

2011: Set the Bulldogs single-season record with 32 appearances, 30 coming out of the bullpen... Also set the single-season record with 12 saves... Tied for second all-time in Bulldogs history with 14 saves... Ended the season with a 3.30 ERA, the lowest among returning pitchers... Held opposing hitters to a .239 batting averaging, the lowest among right-handed pitchers on the staff... Struck out 44 hitters in 57.1 innings last season... Named to all-Louisiana honorable mention team... Picked up his third career save against Nicholls State (2/19)... Tossed 3.0 innings at McNeese State (2/27) to notch his second save of the season... Tallied his third save of the season against Middle Tennessee (3/6) after picking up one strikeout and retiring the side in order in the ninth... Made his first career start against Alcorn State (3/22) and allowed just one hit and tied his career-high with five strikeouts to pick up his first win of the season... Allowed one earned run on four hits while picking up his second win of the season in 3.2 innings of relief work against UTPA (3/26)... Picked up his fifth save of the season against LSU-Shreveport (4/3) after tossing 4.0 innings in relief allowing just one hit and fanning a career-high seven batters... Named Verizon WAC Pitcher of the Week (4/4)...Tallied his sixth

Dudley’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2010 .000 0-0 0 2011 .000 0-0 0 2012 .000 1-0 0 TOTAL .000 1-0 0 Year 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

era w-l app 6.49 3-3 23 3.30 5-2 32 3.70 4-6 29 4.48 12-11 84

r 0 0 0 0 gs 0 2 0 2

h 0 0 0 0 cg 0 0 0 0

2b 3b hr rbi tb 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 sho sv ip 0/0 2 52.2 0/3 12 57.1 0/0 9 48.2 0/3 23 158.2

slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

h 80 52 52 184

r 46 27 24 97

sh sb-att po a 0 0-0 2 9 0 0-0 2 10 0 0-0 5 7 0 0-0 9 26

er bb so 2b 3b hr bf 38 22 36 10 4 5 261 21 13 44 13 1 2 242 20 20 30 14 1 3 220 79 55 110 37 6 10 723

e 0 0 0 0

fld% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA .354 7 7 0 2 2 .239 3 5 1 3 3 .272 4 5 1 0 4 .290 14 17 2 5 9

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26 RHP

DAKOTA

DOSS

Ruston, La. (Bossier Parish CC) 6-1 • Sr. • 1L 2012: Made 13 appearances out of the bullpen for the Bulldogs … Totaled a season-high four strikeouts versus UT Arlington (2/17) … Earned his first career save Feb. 21 after pitching 3.2 innings and recording two strikeouts … Struck out 12 total batters on the season in 14.0 innings pitched. Bossier Parish CC: Went 1-0 with a 5.85 ERA in 20 innings pitched his sophomore season… Named to the academic all-America team in 2011… Had a 1.00 ERA in conference play his freshman season to anchor the rotation. High School: Lettered two years at Ruston High School as a pitcher… Named to first team all-parish his senior year… Member of the 2008 Southwest Championship team and the 2008 Southwest Regional Championship team. Personal: Full name is Daniel Dakota Doss… Born Mar. 16, 1990 in Ruston, LA… Son of Tommy and Donna Doss… Has two older brothers, T.J. and Matt… Sociology major.

Doss’ Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 2 0 TOTAL .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 2 0 Year era w-l app gs 2012 10.93 0-0 13 0 TOTAL 10.93 0-0 13 0

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cg 0 0

sho sv ip 0/0 1 14.0 0/0 1 14.0

h 24 24

r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf 18 17 3 12 5 1 5 74 18 17 3 12 5 1 5 74

fld% 1.000 1.000

bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA .364 0 4 0 1 0 .364 0 4 0 1 0

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37 LHP

Ben

Carlisle

B A S E B A L L

Shreveport, La. (C.E. Byrd HS) 6-1 • RS Jr. • 2L

2012: Appeared in 13 games, starting one for Tech in 2012 … Made his first start of the season and his third career start May 26 vs. Fresno State in the WAC Tournament where he totaled a season-high and matched his career-high five strikeouts in 5.1 IP, his longest outing of the season … Struck out 13 and held opposing batters to a .315 average in 21.2 innings pitched … Was named the winning pitcher in a 9-5 victory over Stephen F. Austin April 10 for his lone season win. 2011: Made 16 appearances, starting two games for the Bulldogs... Made his first career appearance vs. UALR, pitching a scoreless inning in relief (2/22)... Tossed 3.1 innings of no-hit ball out of the bullpen at UALR, striking out five (3/1)... Recorded his first win in only his third appearance, as he tossed a hitless 1.2 innings vs. Middle Tennessee (3/6)... Began the season with six innings of no-hit ball with seven strikeouts... Named Verizon WAC Pitcher of the Week (3/7)... Made his first career start at Hawaii (4/18)... Ended the season with 23 strikeouts in 26.2 innings pitched. 2010: Redshirt the 2010 season retaining four years of eligibility. High School: Lettered three years as a pitcher at C.E. Byrd High School... Named all-District as a senior in 2009... Led C.E. Byrd to the state semifinals during the 2009 season... Earned two letters as a member of the cross country team. Personal: Full name is Benjamin Kent Carlisle... Son of Kent and Claire Carlisle... Has two siblings, Clark and Annie... Majoring in business management... Born on July 2, 1991 in Shreveport, La.

Carlisle’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2011 .000 0-0 0 2012 .000 0-0 0 TOTAL .000 0-0 0 Year 2011 2012 TOTAL

era w-l app 7.43 1-2 16 7.48 1-0 13 7.45 2-2 29

r 0 0 0 gs 2 1 3

h 0 0 0 cg 0 0 0

2b 3b hr rbi tb 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 sho sv ip 0/0 0 26.2 0/0 0 21.2 0/0 0 48.1

slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

h 27 28 55

r 23 18 41

sh sb-att po a 0 0-0 1 2 0 0-0 1 4 0 0-0 2 6

er bb so 2b 3b hr bf 22 11 23 2 1 3 117 18 8 13 9 0 3 102 40 19 36 11 1 6 219

e 0 1 1

fld% 1.000 .833 .889

bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA .278 2 4 1 2 3 .315 2 3 0 2 0 .296 4 7 1 4 3

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B U L L D O G

B A S E B A L L

for two seasons (1985-87) while uncle Billy Savarino played for the Oakland Athletics in 1989... Aunt Angie Jacobs played softball for the University of California-Berkley from 1986-89... Business major.

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Kyle

Arnsberg Arlington, Texas (McLennan CC) 6-4 • RS Jr. • 1L 2012: Appeared in 40 games and started 29 in his first season with the Bulldogs … Hit .278 with one HR, 5 doubles, 25 runs scored and 13 RBI … Hit a grand slam in his first career at bat as a LA Tech player after coming off the bench Feb. 17 vs. UT Arlington in a 2-2 effort and season-high five RBI … Second on the team in sacrifice bunts with seven … Reached base 21 times on walks … Had the third highest on base percentage on the team with .417 … Recorded a season-high three hits in five AB and four runs scored May 25 vs. New Mexico State in the WAC Tournament … Ended the season on a five-game hitting streak which is currently active … Started 21 games behind the plate for the ’Dogs … Threw out seven runners attempting to steal. McLennan CC: Transferred to McLennan from Arizona State… Named to the second team all-conference in his only season at McLennan, hitting .319 with 5 HRs, 18 doubles and 34 RBI… Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 40th round Arizona St.: Redshirted his only season as a Sun Devil (2010). High School: A 2009 graduate of Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas... Was three-year letter winner in baseball and also lettered twice in football... Two-time all-conference selection in baseball as well as an allconference tight end in football... Also a member of the National Honor Society... Ended his Vikings career with a .408 batting average with 10 HR, 45 doubles and 61 RBIs... Drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 45th round (1,368 overall). Personal: Full name is Kyle Preston Arnsberg... Born Aug. 15, 1990... Son of Brad and Shelley Arnsberg... Has one brother, Kaden... Dad played six seasons in the major leagues (New York Yankees and Texas Rangers) as a pitcher and was the pitching coach for three different teams since 2000 (Montreal Expos 2000-01, Florida Marlins 2002-03, Toronto Blue Jays 2005-09 and the Houston Astros from 2010-mid June 2011)... Brad served as the pitching coach for the 2003 World Series Champion Florida Marlins... Uncle Tim Arnsberg played in the Astros minor league system

Arnsberg’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .278 40-29 97 25 27 5 0 1 13 35 .361 21 2 24 2 .417 0 7 1-2 154 16 6 TOTAL .278 40-29 97 25 27 5 0 1 13 35 .361 21 2 24 2 .417 0 7 1-2 154 16 6

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fld% .966 .966

over Arkansas, Missouri, Rice and Southern Illinois.

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Personal: Full name is William Tyler Qualls... Son of Bruce and Chris Qualls... Has one sister, Molly... Majoring in kinesiology... Born November 24, 1991 in Jackson, Missouri.

B U L L D O G

12 C

TYLER

QUALLS

B A S E B A L L

Jackson, Mo. (Jackson HS) 6-0 • Jr. • 2L

2012: Saw action in 43 games, while starting 34 at catcher … Posted a .336 batting average with 20 RBI, 13 runs and added one home run … Recorded nine multiple-hit games over the course of the season … Was a perfect 2-2 at the plate against McNeese State (2/24) with three RBI and two runs scored … Helped lead Tech to a 9-3 victory over SEC powerhouse Vanderbilt in a 3-5 effort with two RBI … Was impressive in the conference tournament going 7-16 with six RBI, five runs, two doubles and his first homerun of the season in four games played … Threw out nine base runners attempting to steal … Ended the season on a sevengame hitting streak which is currently active heading into the 2013 season. 2011: Played in 27 games, starting 13 behind the plate... Recorded a .417 on base percentage and was a perfect 2-for-2 on stolen base attempts... Made his first start behind the plate against Grambling State (2/20)... Had two hits, two RBI and scored a run in Tech debut... Game-winning RBI single through the left side in the top of the 11th at McNeese State (2/27)... Scored a run against No. 17 Baylor (3/13)... Tallied his first career double against Alcorn State (3/22)... Threw out his first runner attempting to steal second against UTPA (3/26)... Was 1-for-3 at the plate with a walk and scored the game-winning run in Tech’s win against UT Arlington (5/3)... Had a hit and scored two runs against Mississippi Valley State (5/11)... Singled in each game at Sacramento St. (5/21-22). High School: Earned four letters as a prep standout at Jackson High School... Named Class 4A District 1 Player of the Year after hitting .461 with five home runs, 32 doubles, three triples and an .841 OBP as a senior... Cited with two all-Missouri honors from the Missouri State Coaches’ Association and the Missouri Sports Writers’ Association as a senior... Named to the 2010 Under Armour Preseason all-American Team...Named first team all-District and all-Conference as a junior and senior... Selected as a two-time player of the year and most outstanding defensive player and hitting award at Jackson HS... Traveled with the Midwest Mules and helped lead the team to the Southwest National Championship... Lettered one year as a basketball player... Chose Tech

Qualls’ Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2011 .255 27-13 47 2012 .336 43-34 119 TOTAL .313 70-47 166

r 11 13 24

h 12 40 52

2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf 1 0 0 7 13 .277 13 0 8 1 .417 0 4 0 1 20 47 .395 17 1 18 5 .417 2 5 0 1 27 60 .361 30 1 26 6 .417 2

sh sb-att po a 0 2-2 118 5 1 1-4 217 30 1 3-6 335 35

e fld% 1 .992 4 .984 5 .987

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B A S E B A L L

four of the last five games to close out the season (9-for-20) with five RBI... Pitched a scoreless 0.2 innings vs. Hawaii in the WAC tournament (5/28). High School: Three sport standout at Ouachita Parish High School... Lettered four years in baseball while holding a career batting average of .450... Named all-District and all-Northeast Louisiana from 2007-10... Named all-Louisiana in 2010... Named district and Northeast Louisiana MVP in 2010... Lettered four years as soccer player, scoring 101 goals during that stretch... Named all-District and all-Northeast Louisiana from 2007-10 as a soccer standout... Earned one letter in football and was named all-District in 2008 after recording two touchdowns. Personal: Full name is Ryan Spencer Gebhardt... Son of Clint Gebhardt and Teresa Moen... Born on Oct. 5, 1991 in Monroe, La... Majoring in kinesiology

2 INF

RYAN

GEBHARDT Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) 5-11 • Jr. • 2L 2012: Appeared and started all 55 games at short stop for the Bulldogs … Led the team with a .341 batting average … Was one of two players who started and played every inning of every game for the 2012 season … Led the Bulldogs in runs scored (44), hits (76), doubles (14), sacrifice bunts (11), plate appearances (264) and at bats (223) … Named 1st team All-WAC for the second consecutive season … Named 1st team All-WAC by CollegeSportsMadness.com … Earned a player of the week honor by CollegeSportsMadness.com for the week of April 23-29 … Reached base safely in 12 straight games … Led the team in multiple hit games with 25 … Had a seven game hitting streak and will open the 2013 season with a four-game hitting streak dating back to last season … Totaled a season-high three RBI twice (2/21 @ UAPB; 2/29 @ Vanderbilt) … Went a perfect 4-4 at the plate against Nebraska (3/16) with one RBI, one run scored and two doubles … Notched his first and only homerun of the season against Sacramento State (4/6) in a 3-5 effort at the plate with one RBI and 2 runs scored. 2011: Played in 49 games, starting 44 at short stop... Hit safely in 17-straight games (21-of-54, .389) to close out the season... Reached base safely in 29-straight games... Led the Bulldogs with a .343 batting average... Named to Louisville Slugger freshman all-America team, second team all-WAC, WAC all-tournament team and ... .Had a sacrifice bunt in his first career plate appearance against Nicholls State (2/19)... Made his first start at short against Grambling State (2/20)... Tallied his first hit and scored his first run against Grambling State (2/20)... Had two hits at McNeese State (2/26) including a bunt single... Had a season-high two RBI and two runs scored at No. 17 Baylor (3/12)... Tied his career-high with two hits against Alcorn State (3/22)... Was 2-for-3 with a career-high three runs batted in in Tech’s 7-0 win over New Mexico State (4/9)... Had his 10-game hit streak snapped (12-for-24, .500) on April 21... Had two base hits against Nevada (4/29) and went 3-for-7 with three RBI and a run scored in a doubleheader against Nevada (4/30)... Finished the Nevada series (5/1) with two base hits... Had six hits, two runs scored and four RBI against No. 19 Fresno State (5/6-5/8)... Recorded multi-hit games in

Gebhardt’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2011 .343 49-44 140 2012 .341 55-55 223 TOTAL .342 104-99 363

r 24 44 68

Year era w-l app gs 2011 0.00 0-0 1 0 TOTAL 0.00 0-0 1 0

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h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf 48 3 0 0 23 51 .364 18 1 19 2 .421 0 76 14 0 1 27 93 .417 25 3 25 11 .411 2 124 17 0 1 50 144 .397 43 4 44 13 .415 2 cg 0 0

sho sv ip 0/0 0 0.2 0/0 0 0.2

h 1 1

r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4

sh sb-att po a e fld% 8 4-9 60 114 12 .935 11 5-7 63 139 13 .940 19 9-16 123 253 25 .938 bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA .500 0 0 0 1 0 .500 0 0 0 1 0

2 0 1 3 B U L L D O G

39 OF

TAYLOR

BURCH

B A S E B A L L

Monroe, La. (Neville HS) 6-3 • Jr. • 2L

2012: Saw action in 47 games, while starting 30 as the right-fielder for the Bulldogs … Recorded five doubles, three homeruns and a .225 batting average … Stole two bases in two attempts … Career-high three hits in four AB and 1 RBI March 31 at Oral Roberts … Season-high two RBI April 10 vs. Stephen F. Austin … Went a perfect 2-2 at the plate with two runs scored Feb. 17 vs. UT Arlington … Notched his first career homerun Feb. 29 on the road facing SEC foe Vanderbilt with a ninth inning homer off the bench in a 9-3 win. 2011: Made his collegiate debut in the ninth inning against Nicholls State (2/19)... Hit a two-run single in his first career at-bat against Grambling State (2/20)... Made his first collegiate start in RF at UALR (3/1)... Tallied his first career double against Mississippi Valley State (5/11) after earning the start in CF... Appeared in 9 games with three starts in the outfield... Ended the season with three hits in 11 at-bats with three RBIs, one double and one stolen base. High School: Lettered four years as a prep standout at Neville High School... Hit .460 as a senior and was named a first-team all-State performer in addition to picking up all-Northeast Louisiana and all-District honors... Earned three letters in football and was named MVP of the state championship game his senior year after completing 17-for-25 passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 91 yards... Also received two letters in soccer and one in track while serving as student body president, president of the Student Council and was a member of FCA. Personal: Full name is Taylor Bradford Burch... Son of Brad and Deena Burch... Has two sisters, Ashton and Amanda... Chose Louisiana Tech over offers from Memphis, TCU and Tulsa... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Oct. 2, 1991 in Monroe, La.

Burch’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2011 .273 9-3 11 2012 .225 47-30 102 TOTAL .230 56-33 113

r 0 14 14

h 3 23 26

2b 3b hr rbi tb 1 0 0 3 4 5 0 3 7 37 6 0 3 10 41

slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf .364 0 1 2 0 .333 0 .363 11 1 32 2 .307 0 .363 11 2 34 2 .310 0

sh sb-att po a 0 1-1 4 0 4 2-2 62 5 4 3-3 66 5

e fld% 1 .800 0 1.000 1 .986

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20 OF/LHP

SAM

ALVIS Jasper, Texas (Jasper HS) 6-0 • Jr. • 2L 2012: Made 16 appearances out of Tech’s bullpen in 23.2 total innings pitched … Recorded 22 strikeouts on the season and a season-high four against Nebraska (3/17) in 2.1 IP … Held opposing hitters to a .261 batting average … Appeared in 35 games as a position player, starting 33 of those as an outfielder/designated hitter … Hit .280 with 35 total hits in 125 at bats … Notched his first career HR against Sacramento State (4/8) in a 2-5 effort with two runs scored … Recorded a season-high three hits twice (2/22 @ UALR; 4/15 @ Nevada) … Season-high two RBI Feb. 22 on the road against UALR … Had two stolen bases in four attempts … Recorded his first career triple April 1 against Oral Roberts on the road. 2011: Made 21 appearances out of the Bulldog bullpen... Made his first career appearance vs. Grambling St., striking out two in one inning... Struck out 16 hitters in 19 innings pitched... Held opposing hitters to a .239 batting average... Did not allow a run in six scoreless innings from 4/18 to 5/26 (eight games)... Also recorded five plate appearances and reached base safely in two games... Reached base for the first time in his collegiate career vs. Fresno St. (5/6)... Recorded his first career hit against Hawai’i during the WAC tournament (5/28). High School: Three-time letterman in both baseball and football at Jasper High School... Named all-district as an outfielder on the diamond while picking up all-State academic honors... On the gridiron Alvis was tabbed all-District Defensive End as well as the District Offensive MVP as a quarterback. Personal: Full name is Samuel David Alvis... Son of David and Rachel Alvis... Has one sister, Jessica and one brother, Will... Three of his relatives played for MLB clubs, while one played at Tech: Max Alvis (Cleveland Indians), David Alvis (ULL and Cleveland Indians) and Richie LeBlanc (LA Tech and Kansas City Royals)... Majoring in business finance... Born June 11, 1992, in DeRidder, La.

Alvis’ Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab 2011 .333 4-0 3 2012 .280 35-33 125 TOTAL .281 39-33 128 Year 2011 2012 TOTAL

44

era w-l app 3.79 0-0 21 4.56 0-0 16 4.22 0-0 37

r 1 23 24

gs 0 0 0

h 1 35 36 cg 0 0 0

2b 3b hr rbi tb 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 1 7 46 6 1 1 7 47 sho sv ip 0/1 0 19.0 0/0 0 23.2 0/1 0 42.2

slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf .333 1 0 1 0 .500 0 .368 11 2 29 3 .348 0 .367 12 2 30 3 .352 0

h 16 24 40

r 11 17 28

sh sb-att po a 0 0-0 3 2 3 2-4 66 5 3 2-4 69 7

er bb so 2b 3b hr bf 8 13 16 4 0 0 86 12 11 22 4 2 1 106 20 24 38 8 2 1 192

e 1 2 3

fld% .833 .973 .962

bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA .232 5 1 0 1 2 .261 2 0 0 2 1 .248 7 1 0 3 3

2 0 1 3 B U L L D O G

10 RHP/OF

Colby

JOHNSON

B A S E B A L L

Ruston, La. (Ruston HS)

5-11 • RS So. • 1L 2012: Did not see action 2011: Played in 38 games, starting 24 as an outfielder... Hit .321 with one home run, eight RBI, 18 walks, five stolen bases and a .459 on base percentage... Tallied his first career start at DH at McNeese State (2/26) and picked up his first career hit... Broke up Matthew Reckling’s no-hit bid with a single down the left field line in seventh inning at No. 25 Rice (3/20)... Tallied two hits, three walks and an RBI at Grambling State (3/23)... Started at DH at Hawai’i (4/18) and tallied his first career double... Was 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI in Tech’s 5-4 win at SJSU (4/22)... Was 2-for-3 with two runs scored in Tech’s 3-2 loss at SJSU (4/22)... Extended his hitting streak to five-straight games with a 2-for-2 performance at the plate against Grambling State (4/26)... Went 4-for-4 with an RBI in Tech’s win at Northwestern State (4/27)... Hit safely in seven-straight appearances in the plate from April 23-April 27... Had his seven-game hitting streak snapped against Nevada (4/30)... Hit his first career home run off of the scoreboard in right field in Tech’s win against UT Arlington (5/3)... Drove in two runs in a two-hit game vs. Mississippi Valley St. (5/11)... Singled twice at Sacramento St. (5/22). High School: Lettered three years at Ruston HS... Had a career .400 batting average with 10 home runs... As a sophomore for the Bearcats earned second team All-District and All-Lincoln Parish honors... Named first team All-District, All-Lincoln Parish and All-Northeast Louisiana as a junior and senior... Member of Little League World Series Big League division Southwest Regional championship team in 2008 and 2009... Big League World Series Appearances in 2008 and 2009... Three year letterwinner in football for the Bearcarts... Starting quarterback his senior year. Personal: Son of Greg and Liz Johnson... Has one older brother, Justin and a younger sister, Hannah... Born September 25, 1991 in Ruston, La.

Johnson’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2011 .321 38-24 78 13 25 1 0 1 8 29 .372 18 2 16 1 .459 0 1 5-8 39 1 1 TOTAL .321 38-24 78 13 25 1 0 1 8 29 .372 18 2 16 1 .459 0 1 5-8 39 1 1 Year era w-l app gs 2011 9.00 0-0 1 0 TOTAL 9.00 0-0 1 0

cg 0 0

sho sv ip 0/0 0 1.0 0/0 0 1.0

h 0 0

r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 7 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 7

fld% .976 .976

bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA .000 1 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 0

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21 C

JACOB

DEROUEN Lafayette, La. (Lafayette HS) 6-0 • RS So. • 1L 2012: Saw action in 21 games, starting four of those … Had a career day March 27 against Northwestern State going 3-4 with two runs scored … Recorded a season-high three RBI on a bases-clearing double May 20 on the road at Fresno State. 2011: Did not see action, retaining four years of eligibility. High School: Lettered three years as a catcher at Lafayette High School... Named all-district runner-up as a sophomore and picked up second team all-district honors as a junior and senior... Led Lafayette HS to the 2010 5A state championship game... Chose Tech over LSU and ULL. Personal: Full name is Jacob Hart Derouen... Son of Lynn and Jamie Derouen... Has one brother, Adam... Undecided major... Born on November 27, 1991 in Lafayette, La.

Derouen’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .241 21-4 29 2 7 1 0 0 3 8 .276 2 0 3 0 .290 0 0 0-0 21 1 1 TOTAL .241 21-4 29 2 7 1 0 0 3 8 .276 2 0 3 0 .290 0 0 0-0 21 1 1

46

fld% .957 .957

2 0 1 3 B U L L D O G

24 RHP

PHIL

MATON

B A S E B A L L

Chatham, Ill. (Glenwood HS) 6-3 • So. • 1L

2012: In his rookie season with the Bulldogs, Maton posted an 8-5 record and a 2.93 ERA, the lowest of any Tech pitcher, in 89.0 IP and 12 starts (18 appearances) … Named to the 2012 Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American team … Named 2nd team all-state by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association … Led all Bulldog pitchers in wins (8), ERA (2.93), innings pitched (89.0) and opponent batting average (.237) … Notched his first career win at Arkansas-Little Rock (2/22) with one hit allowed, four strikeouts and zero runs given up in 4.0 innings of work … Recorded a season-high 11 strikeouts in 6.2 innings vs. Lamar (3/7) while giving up two hits and one run, leading Tech to an 8-1 victory over the Cardinals … One of Maton’s most impressive performances of the season came in one of the Bulldogs biggest wins as he pitched Tech to a 9-3 victory over 2011 College World Series participant Vanderbilt on February 29 in Nashville. Maton allowed only three runs on five hits and no walks while striking out eight in 7.0 innings of action … Named WAC Pitcher of the Week for the week of Feb. 20-26. High School: Lettered three years for the Titans… Compiled a 24-3 record with a 1.24 ERA and 227 strikeouts in 180.2 innings as a starter… Named central state-8 player of the year his senior season…Named to 3A all-Illinois and central state-8 all-conference teams in 2010 and 2011… Named 3A Championship player of the game when he led the Titans to state title… Also hit 19 HRs and drove in 83 runs while hitting .379 in three seasons…Also named to the academic all-conference teams in 2009-11. Personal: Full name is Phillip Maton…Born Mar. 25, 1993… From Chatham IL, he played under coach Pat Moomey for three seasons… Son of Phil and Ellen Maton… Has three brothers, Marc, Nick and Jake…Dad ran track while attending Eastern Illinois while mom played on Eastern Illinois’ volleyball team…Majoring in kinesiology.

Maton’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 7 15 0 TOTAL .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 7 15 0 Year era w-l app gs 2012 2.93 8-5 18 12 TOTAL 2.93 8-5 18 12

cg 0 0

sho sv ip h 0/0 0 89.0 78 0/0 0 89.0 78

fld% 1.000 1.000

r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk SFA SHA 36 29 22 79 20 1 4 380 .237 3 15 1 3 9 36 29 22 79 20 1 4 380 .237 3 15 1 3 9

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15 INF

BRE’SHON

KIMBELL Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite HS) 6-2 • So. • 1L 2012: Saw action in 52 games, starting 51 as a utility player for the Bulldogs as a freshman ... Hit .274 with 38 RBI, 49 hits and 23 runs ... Homered six times in his freshman season ... Second on the team in RBI (38) and HR (6) ... Successfully stole four bases in seven attempts on the season ... Recorded 12 multiple hit games and 10 multiple RBI games over the course of his freshman season ... Had a six-game hitting streak from Feb. 17-26 ... Hit his first career homerun at Centenary (3/6) in a career day where he went 3-4 with two RBI and three runs scored ... Went a perfect 4-4 with a season-high five RBI, two runs and one homerun in a victory over Nevada (5/25) in the conference tournament. High School: Lettered four years as a member of the Mesquite High School baseball team... Earned Rawlings Third Team All-American, and first team all-region as a senior... Also named a consensus top 100 national recruit in the state of Texas and was ranked the 11th best prospect in the state... Named team’s MVP while receiving an all-star invitation, the 2011 Principal’s Award and the 2011 Scholar’s Award... Earned Perfect Game Underclass honorable mention in 2010 as a junior... Named team’s offensive player of the year from 2009-2011 while earning first team all-District 11-5A honors in 2010 and 2011... Competed in the 2010 USA Baseball Breakthrough Series... Named 2009 Rookie of the Year and District 11-5A Newcomer of the Year... Named 2008 Freshman Most Valuable Player... Drafted in the 28th round of the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers... Also lettered in football. Personal: Nickname is Bre... Born on Nov. 6, 1992 in Amarillo, TX... Son of Anthony and Tammi Newby... Has one sibling, AJ... Dad played semipro football for the Texas Heat as a defensive end... Considered Texas, USC, TCU, San Diego State, LSU, ULL and Tulane... Favorite athlete is Albert Pujols... Majoring in Kinesiology.

Kimbell’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2012 .274 52-51 179 23 49 8 0 6 38 75 .419 21 7 39 6 .365 4 0 4-7 97 5 4 TOTAL .274 52-51 179 23 49 8 0 6 38 75 .419 21 7 39 6 .365 4 0 4-7 97 5 4

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fld% .962 .962

2 0 1 3

JONES

GIDDENS

6-3 • RS Jr. • JC

6-3 • RS Jr. • JC

RYAN

Phoenix, Ariz. (San Diego Mesa CC)

2012: Received medical hardship after an arm injury forced him to sit out the season. San Diego Mesa CC: Played third base and hit fifth in the batting order for the Olympians... Named team MVP after ending the season with a .320 batting average, 23 RBIs and 10 doubles... Named to first team allconference in 2011... Batted .330 in conference play. Sunnyslope High School: Three year letterman for the Vikings... Led Sunnyslope to three consecutive state playoff appearances... Was named to the first team all-district 4A, all-state team and team’s most valuable player his senior season... Recipient of the Church O’Conner’s Baseball Scholarship... Named to the second team all-District 4A his junior season... Also played power forward for the basketball team for two seasons and golf for one season. Personal: Full name is Ryan Scott Jones... Born on Jan. 31, 1990... Transferred to San Diego Mesa CC after his freshman season at Grand Canyon University... Son of Rick Jones and Amy Behr... Has one brother, Grayson and two sisters, Jenner Jones and Lily Behr... Dad played baseball at Grand Canyon University and Mesa State... Grandmother played for the Rockford Peaches (professional women’s softball)... Majoring in business administration.

LHP

LUKE

Phoenix, Ariz. (San Diego Mesa CC)

2012: Did not see action Lincoln CC: Pitched in 15 games for Lincoln CC in 2011, recording 50.1 innings and 55 strikeouts... 1.09 strikeouts per inning ratio ranked Giddens 31st in the country among all junior college pitchers... Tallied three wins with a 4.65 ERA... Pitched 6+ innings three times, pitching a career-high seven innings twice, last vs. John Wood CC (5/1/11)... Made his first collegiate debut at the plate as a pinch hitter... Recorded one hit, a two-run single and scored one run on the season, both vs. John Wood CC (4/30/11).

B A S E B A L L

INF

32

B U L L D O G

9

Lakota East HS: Named to all-area greater Cincinnati team as a senior in 2009... Started seven games for Lakota East as a senior, recording a 2-4 record with a 3.71 ERA... Pitched in 34 innings, including a one-hit shutout... Struck out 34 and led the team with a 1.68 WHIP... Tallied a 4-2 record in nine games as a junior... Pitched in 49.1 innings, striking out 42 with a 3.69 ERA in 2008... Recorded one shutout in 2008

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34 RHP

OMAR

OF

CONNOR

UGARTE

TOBIAS

5-10 • RS Jr. • JC

5-11 • RS Jr. • JC

Laredo CC: Had 62 strikeouts in 52.1 innings pitched and nine appearances at Laredo CC in 2012... Allowed 28 runs and 17 earned runs, while giving up 35 hits and posting a 4-2 record… Recorded a 2.91 earned run average at Laredo in 2012.

Eastfield College: Hit .385 with one home run at Eastfield College in Mesquite, Texas… Led his team to a junior college national title in 2011 under head coach Mike Martin.

Phoenix, Ariz. (San Diego Mesa CC)

High School: A three-sport athletes in baseball, cross country and bowling at Pasadena High School… Earned four letters in baseball and two in both cross country and bowling… Was named Newcomer of the Year in 2006-07… A three-time all-district selection at Pasadena… Named to the all-decade team from 2000-10 and was a member of Team Texas from 2007-08… Hit .440 his senior year with 10 homeruns… He averaged 100+ strikeouts every year he pitched in high school… Member of the National Hispanic Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Omar Gasca Ugarte… Son of Gaudencio and Natalia Ugarte… Has five siblings: Usbaldo Ugarte (23), Alberto Ugarte (18), Monica Perez (33), Esteban Perez (31) and Eva Perez (35)… Born Jan. 11, 1992 in Houston, Texas.

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Mesquite, Texas (Eastfield College)

High School: Prepped at Mesquite High School where he letter three years in both baseball and football… Named JV Player of the Year and recipient of the Skeeter Award at Mesquite as well as being named the Offensive Player of the Year… Notched a .420 batting average in high school under coaches Todd Ritter and Todd Purl. Personal: Full name is Conner Ryan Tobias… Son of Bill and Cindy Tobias… Has one sibling, Taylor (25)… Born Feb. 12, 1992 in Dallas, Texas.

2 0 1 3

NAVARI

MARTIN-NEZ

6-2 • Jr. • JC

5-11 • Jr. • JC

Scottsdale CC: Appeared in five games, striking out three in 9.1 innings in 2011… Medical red-shirt as he underwent Tommy John Surgery in 2010… Transferred from Duquesne University… Pitching coach is former Bulldogs Marcus Clapp, who is tied for third all-time in appearances made by a pitcher in a single season. (28 games in 2001)

Hinds CC: Saw action in 47 games with a .254 batting average, 21 runs batted in, 21 runs scored and three doubles under coaches Sam Temple and Dan Reeves.

RICHIE

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Scottsdale CC)

High School: Guided Plum High School to a WPIAL playoff spot his senior season Personal: Full name is Richard B. Navari… Son of Richard Navari, Jr… Born April 21, 1991

INF

RYNE

Vicksburg, Miss. (Hinds CC)

High School: Was a three-sport athlete at St. Aloysius High School in Vicksburg, earning three letters in football and six in baseball… An alldistrict and all-state selection in football and baseball in 2009-10 under coaches Clint Wilkerson and Trey Clark… Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

B A S E B A L L

RHP

30

B U L L D O G

44

Personal: Full name is Jordan Ryne Martin-nez… Son of Randy and Cindy Martin-nez… Has two siblings, Jason Martin-nez and Mike Rainwater… His dad, Randy, played football at Louisiana Tech… Born August 8, 1991 in Jackson, Miss.

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22 INF

TYLER

INF

THOMAS

ERVINE

SIMONEAUX

6-4 • Jr. • JC

5-9 • RS So. • TR

2012 (Weatherford College): Hit .327 with a team-leading four homeruns, 16 doubles and 40 runs batted in after transferring from Dallas Baptist … Led Weatherford to a 30-27 overall record and a third place finish in the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference.

2012: Saw action in three games as a redshirt freshman at UL-Lafayette.

2011 (Dallas Baptist): Saw action in 10 games and started two at Dallas Baptist before transferring to Weatherford College.

High School: Attended Ruston High School...Earned three letters in baseball...Played second base and shortstop...Was a first-team all-state selection in Class 4A as a senior...Hit .414 and posted 33 RBI...Collected eight doubles and accrued a .539 on-base percentage...Also named first team All-District 3-4A and recipient of the Bearcat Award...Was an AllDistrict selection as a utility player in 2009 at the Class 5A level...Helped guide RHS to three consecutive playoff berths (2008, 2009, 2010).

Fort Worth, Texas (Weatherford College)

High School: Lettered three years under head coach Mike Thompson at Southwest High School … Earned all-district honors along with being named Sophomore of the Year and Offensive MVP while in high school … Hit .606 as a senior with 11 homeruns … Signed with Dallas Baptist out of high school. Personal: Full name is Tyler Ervine … Son of Bryan and Debbie Ervine … Has one sister, Kiley … Born September 14, 1991 in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Ruston, La. (UL-Lafayette)

2011: Redshirted his freshman season at UL-Lafayette.

Personal: Full name is Thomas Wade Simoneaux...Born July 9, 1992 in Baton Rouge...Son of Wade Simoneaux and Bridget Henderson.

2 0 1 3

RHP

LAETTEN

47 RHP

TUCKER

WARD

6-0 • RS So. • HS

6-5 • So. • JC

2012: Redshirted to retain eligibility after transferring from Centenary

Faulkner State: Posted a 4-4 record in 2012 in 13 appearances, while striking out 32 batters and allowing 35 earned runs… Transferred to LA Tech following his first season.

Shreveport, La. (CE Byrd HS)

2011 (Centenary): Played one year under head coach Mike Diaz at Centenary … Made 12 appearances for the Gents with three starts on the mound … Struck out four batters in 15.2 innings pitched and posted a 13.79 earned run average in his only season at Centenary. High School: Earned three letters as a pitcher under head coach Al Cantwell at CE Byrd High School in Shreveport … Was named all-district in 2009 and 2010 Personal: Full name is Laetten Lashen Galbraith … Son of Tanya Galbraith … Born June 1, 1992 in Shreveport, La.

Saraland, Ala. (Faulkner State)

High School: Was a two-sport athlete at UMS-Wright High School, earning two letters in football and three in baseball… Was a member of back-to-back Alabama State Championships at UMS-Wright.

B A S E B A L L

GALBRAITH

B U L L D O G

40

Personal: Full name is Tucker Max Ward… Son of Turner and Donna Ward… His father, Turner Ward, was a 12-year veteran in Major League Baseball, while his mother played volleyball for four years at South Alabama…Has two siblings, Kendall (13) and Olin (8)… Born May 10, 1992 in Mobile, Ala.

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31 INF

HUNTER

14 OF

PIERCE

TRAVIS

SPANGLER

5-11 • Fr. • HS

6-0 • Fr. • HS

High School: Was a four-sport athletes in high school, lettering six times in baseball, four in football and once in both basketball and track… Ended the 2011 season with a .410 batting average with 11 doubles, 1 home run and 26 RBIs from the leadoff spot junior year... also posted a .510 on base percentage and .553 slugging percentage... MAIS 5-2A all-District First Team, First Team Natchez all-Metro, all-state MAIS)... Six year letterman for varsity baseball... First team all-district in baseball in eighth grade, as a sophomore and as a junior... Member of the 2011 state championship baseball team at Centreville Academy (first in school history)... Four year letterman for football all-District defensive back as a sophomore and junior... Member of the 2008 state championship team in football... Recipient of the honesty & integrity award given by the St. Albans Masonic Lodge in Jackson, LA... Played with future teammate Taylor Love this past summer for the Marucci Elite team in Baton Rouge, La.... Both were starting middle infielders for the team...  Also recruited by Louisiana-Monroe, Louisiana-Lafayette and Central Florida.

High School: Was a two-sport athlete at Ruston High School, lettering in baseball (3) and football (2) … Under head baseball coach Toby White, Spangler earned second team all-district honors as a sophomore for the Bearcats … Named first team all-district in his junior season, as well as first team Northeast La. and to the 4A all-state team … Tied the Ruston High School homerun record his junior season and was named Ruston High School MVP … Led his team to the state semifinals after Ruston posted a 26-10 record and were named District 2-4A Champions in 2011 … In his senior season, Spangler was named first team all-district, as well as being named to the 2012 Times All-Area Baseball Team and the 5A All-Northeast La. Team … Was named all-state honorable mention, along with being named MVP of Ruston High School for the second consecutive season … Named to the 2012 East-West All Star Team … Led Ruston to a 24-6 record, the District 2-5A Championship and the second round of the state baseball tournament … Was a member of the Student Council and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Personal: Full name is Hunter McCabe Travis... Son of Jeff and Dana Travis... Has one sibling, his sister Courtney (23)… Born Feb. 25, 1993 in Zachary, La.

Personal: Full name is Robert Pierce Spangler … Son of Tommy and Kim Spangler … Has two siblings, Peyton (15) and Gracie (8) … Born August 1, 1993 in Statesboro, Ga.

Jackson, La. (Centreville Academy)

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High School: Recorded a .415 batting average with a .425 batting average with runners in scoring position from the leadoff spot... Ended the 2011 season with 38 runs scored and 21 RBIs... 1st Team 1-5A all-District shortstop as a sophomore and a junior... Honorable mention all-city as a junior... Led Byrd HS to the quarter-finals of the state tournament before losing to Catholic High… Was named District MVP as a senior at Byrd under head coach Al Cantwell… Member of Key Club, National Honor Society and Top Jarrets in high school… Was a two-sport athlete who lettered in baseball and soccer.

High School: Derouen is a two year letterman as a pitcher at Lafayette HS... Went 6-1 with 50 strikeouts and a 2.54 ERA as a junior...Led the Lions to a 30-5 record and back-to-back state championship game appearances... All-district selection as a junior...Went 3-0 as a sophomore, guiding Lafayette to the 5A state championship game.

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Lafayette, La. (Lafayette HS)

Personal: Full name is Adam James Derouen... Son of Jamie and Lynn Derouen... Has one brother, Jacob, who is a redshirt sophomore on the Bulldog baseball team...  Born March 4, 1994 in Lafayette.

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Personal: Full name is Robert Taylor Love... Son of Gary and Lisa Love... Older brother Austin (22) is a senior at LSU-Baton Rouge and sister Hannah (17) is a sophomore at CE Byrd HS... Born Feb. 1, 1994

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CARLISLE Shreveport, La. (CE Byrd HS) 5-11 • Fr. • HS High School: Posted a 3-1 record and a 2.20 earned run average in 40 IP under head coach Al Cantwell at CE Byrd High School in Shreveport … earned all-district honors in baseball at Byrd … Led Byrd to a 22-14 record and a 5A Quarterfinals appearance in his senior season. Personal: Full name is Clark Travis Carlisle … Son of Kent and Claire Carlisle … Has two siblings, Ben (21) and Annie (16) … His brother, Ben Carlisle, is currently a junior LHP for the Bulldogs … Born on June 1, 1993 in Shreveport, La.

Head Coach

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Entering his 11th season at the helm of the Louisiana Tech baseball program, Wade Simoneaux has turned the Bulldogs into perhaps one of the more prolific offensive teams in the south. Simoneaux has compiled over 250 wins and has turned J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park into a true home field advantage as LA Tech has built a .686 winning percentage since 2006. In 2012, Simoneaux continued to impress Bulldog baseball fans by guiding his team to a semifinal appearance in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament, the best showing of any other team in the program’s history. Tech finished the season 27-28 after winning three straight contests in the WAC Tournament while facing elimination in each game. Simoneaux added another freshman all-American to the list as Phil Maton led the team in earned run average and wins as a freshman for Simoneaux and his staff. Simoneaux also had three of his Bulldog players selected to the all-WAC team as Ryan Gebhardt was named to the first team, while Jamie Gilley and Alex Williams were both second team selections in 2012. The 2011 Bulldogs compiled a 34-27 record and had the best finish in the WAC tournament than any other team in school history (2-2). As a result, two players, Will Alvis and Ryan Gebhardt, were named to the all-tournament team. Over the past six seasons Simoneaux has totaled 148 wins including two 30-plus win seasons. The five year stretch marks the most successful period for a Bulldog head coach since Pat Patterson and Mike Kane combined to win 171 games between 1988 and 1992. Plain and Simple, Simoneaux has returned a winning tradition to Louisiana Tech as evident by the 16 student-athletes selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, six all-Americans, two freshman all-American, one ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-American and 28 allWAC performers. In 2011, the Bulldogs reverted back to small-ball. With the new BBCOR bats, Tech totaled 28 home runs, the lowest Tech has compiled since the 1973 season. LA Tech made the transition to a team that can move runners and steal bases and stole 53 bases to rank fourth in the WAC while recording 32 sacrifice bunts and 19 sacrifice flies in 2011. Tech saw seven hitters surpass the .300 mark, led by Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and second team all-WAC shortstop Ryan Gebhardt. Gebhardt hit .343 with 23 RBI and eight sacrifice hits in 49 games. Kyle Roliard, Mark Threlkeld, Austin Hedges, Colby Johnson, Corey White and Justin Gordey each registered batting averages of at least .300. Roliard earned first team all-WAC honors after hitting .330 with 14 doubles, one triple, one home run and 26 RBI in 58 games. Threlkeld was named second team all-WAC after hitting .309 with 19 doubles, nine home runs and 45 RBI in 61 games. Tech’s defense shattered the putouts record as the team recorded 1,553 putouts, led by 508 by first baseman Alex Williams. The .962 fielding percentage tied four previous clubs for third best all-time in Tech history. The pitching staff set numerous records as well. The 2011 pitching staff combined to pitch 517.2 innings, the most in school history. Led by closer Caleb Dudley, the bullpen became one of the strongest in the conference as Tech set a school record with 18 saves. Dudley set the single-season mark with 12 saves and also set the single-season mark in appearances with 32. Mike Jefferson earned first team all-WAC honors after posting a 6-4 record with a 3.56 ERA in 86 innings. Jefferson made 14 starts and registered a complete game and led the conference in pickoffs, as the left-hander picked off 11 base runners. Trevor Peterson led the team in starts (16) as he posted a 6-4 record in 83.1 innings including one save. Jeb Stefan led all Bulldog pitchers with seven wins as he returned from Tommy John Surgery. He also led the WAC in fewest hits allowed by a starting pitcher (63). Picked to finish sixth in the conference in the preseason, the 2011 Bulldogs went into the WAC tournament as the three seed and advanced to the final game in the elimination bracket. In 2010, Simoneaux’s squad featured a prolific offense that shattered four school records for hits (697), runs (484), doubles (141) and RBI (441) while having five student-athletes named all-WAC performers. The five all-conference selections marked the most in program history since the Bulldogs placed six student-athletes on the 1989 All-American South Conference. Nationally, the Bulldogs finished the season ranked amongst the NCAA leaders in 10 offensive categories including rankings in the top 25 in team batting average, scoring, home runs per game and slugging percentage. The Bulldogs’ .336 batting average last season marked the highest total since the 1958 squad hit at a .343 clip. Against conference opponents, there was no drop off offensively as Tech hit a blistering .363 against WAC schools. Although hampered with injuries to the pitching staff, the Bulldogs managed to put together several marquee wins in 2010 as LA Tech took key games against Baylor, Minnesota, Southern Miss and Fresno State. Against Minnesota, the Bulldogs took two-of-three against the defending Big 10 champions including the first ever game played at Target Field – the home of the Minnesota Twins. Despite being tabbed to finish near the bottom of the conference in 2009, Simoneaux led Bulldogs to a second place finish as the team littered their names throughout the LA Tech record books as the team finished the season with 408 total RBI (T-1st in Tech history), 92 homeruns (2nd in Tech history), a .323 team batting average (2nd in Tech history) and 438 runs scored (3rd in Tech history). Tech also ranked nationally in a number of offensive categories as the Bulldogs ended the season ranked 11th nationally in homeruns per game, 16th in total team home runs and 22nd in the nation in scoring. The anchor of the offense in 2009 was NCBWA second team all-American honoree, Devon Dageford. The Beatrice, Nebraska native also received first team all-WAC and first team all-state honors while also being named Louisiana’s newcomer of the year. The right fielder broke the school’s single-season homerun record after launching 23 homers on the year as well as topping LA Tech’s chart’s with 168 total bases in 2009. He also recorded 68 RBI on the year (T-3rd in Tech history) and 18 doubles (T-9th). Dageford was not alone in the 2009 team’s assault on the record books as third baseman/shortstop Chris Kersten set a then single-season school record with 20 doubles in a season while also recording 149 total bases (4th in Tech history) on his way to second team All-WAC. Joining Kersten as a second team all-WAC honoree was outfielder Patrick Thomas. The senior recorded a .370 batting average while hitting seven homeruns, 47 RBI and 112 total bases. Thomas was second on the team behind only Dageford with 58 runs scored. Second baseman Kevin Winn did not receive first or second team All-WAC honors, but did earn ABCA South Central All-Region First Team

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honors and was also named All Ping! Baseball Third Team honorable mention. Winn recorded a magnificent season as he strung together the nation’s longest hitting streak since 2006-07. Between the 2008-09 seasons Winn put together a 33 game hitting streak on his way to 81 total hits on the season (T-4th in Tech history). He also totaled 19 doubles (T-5th) and 63 RBI (10th). Kersten and Winn were each drafted in the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft as well, moving the total number of Tech players drafted under Simoneaux to 11 in seven years. Kersten was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 39th round (1179th overall) while Winn was picked n the 26th round (774th overall) by the San Diego Padres. After the conclusion of the 2008 season, six Bulldogs were selected in the Major League Baseball draft, the most in school history. They included pitcher Luke Burnett, outfielder Adam Cobb, first baseman Albie Goulder, pitcher/outfielder Jericho Jones and pitchers Alan Knotts and Dylan Moseley. All of the draftees signed with their respective major league teams but Moseley who has decided to return for his senior season. Before the draftees were given the opportunity to play baseball at the major league level, several players received numerous individual awards leading up to, during and at the conclusion of the 2008 season. Burnett was named to the 2008 Brooks Player of the Year Watch List prior to the start of the season. During the year, Goulder was named Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week (Feb. 25). Knotts followed Goulder’s efforts when he was awarded WAC Pitcher of the Week (Mar. 3), then Jones received the final weekly WAC hitter award when he was named WAC Hitter of the Week (May 19). At the end of the season, Jones and Cobb received all-WAC honors. Jones was named to the all-WAC First Team and Cobb was named to the all-WAC Second Team. Simoneaux was awarded WAC Coach of the Year in 2007. During the same season, former Louisiana Tech baseball standout Brian Rike received WAC Player of the Year honors and was the first player from Tech to receive the prestigious award. Rike was also named Second Team All-America by Baseball America and Louisville Slugger. He collected his third All-America honor when he was named Third Team All-America by the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings. In 2006, Jones was named WAC Freshman of the Year. During his award-winning season, he batted .375, collected 66 hits, 10 doubles, 16 home runs and 56 RBI. He was the first freshman to receive the award during Simoneaux’s reign. There have been many changes off the field, as well under Simoneaux. Among the changes include strong team discipline and the team’s involvement in community outreach programs. Simoneaux has orchestrated the renovation of J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park. The coaches and players have done almost all of the work as the facility has seen many changes and improvements. A new fence was installed and recently the team renovated its locker room, along with adding a new coat of paint on the stadium. The field is in its best shape in years due to the many hours Simoneaux, his staff and players have put in working on it. More than 400 new chairback seats were installed prior to the 2008 season, along with a new scoreboard and a new press box. Tech’s housing department aided in improving the look and feel of the ballpark by building apartments just beyond the left field wall. The addition of a new brick and wrought iron fence has also helped the stadium’s appearance. A visitor’s bullpen was added during the 2006-07 offseason down the right-field line. Simoneaux and his staff will renovate the batting cage in the summer time, making it twice the size it is now by next season. “There are a lot of things the guys have to buy into prior to this becoming a successful program. I will find the people to do this,” Simoneaux said. “It is going to be a slow but sure process. The facility is going to get better and the prospects we bring in are going to improve each year.” The Gonzales, La. native has been highly successful everywhere he has coached including seven years at Louisiana-Lafayette as Tony Robichaux’s top assistant before coming to Tech in August 2002. While at UL-Lafayette, Simoneaux was part of five NCAA Regional teams, two NCAA Super Regional squads and the 2000 Cajun squad that finished third at the College World Series. Simoneaux was invited to participate in the YES Baseball Clinics as a camp instructor in 2003. The clinics were held in conjunction with the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. A small handful of coaches are selected every year to participate in the annual event hosted by Creighton University. He also was the featured speaker at the American Legion National Convention in July 2005 in Indianapolis, Ind. In addition, Simoneaux and his staff were the featured speakers at the 2008 Louisiana Baseball Coaches Association Convention in Baton Rouge. Simoneaux was a big part of the success of the Louisiana-Lafayette baseball program, serving as the recruiting coordinator and coaching the hitters and infielders before taking the head job at Tech. The Cajun hitters excelled under Simoneaux’s direction while posting a team batting average of at least .294 in his seven years as the hitting coach, and he earned the ULL Assistant Coach of the Year Award on two occasions. He has been a close follower of the Bulldog baseball program ever since the late Pat “Gravy” Patterson was the Bulldog skipper. Simoneaux graduated from Nicholls State in 1984 with a degree in business administration. He was a two-year starter at third base in 1982 and 1983. He also played at Central Florida Junior College in 1981 and served as one of the team’s captains. He was a finalist when Tech hired Randy Davis in 1996 and he again applied when Jeff Richardson was hired in 1999. The third time proved to be the charm for Simoneaux who was selected in the summer of 2002 to be the sixth head coach in the modern era of Tech baseball. Prior to his tenure at UL-Lafayette, Simoneaux served as head coach at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge from 1990-95. He chaired the committee for completion of a $1 million baseball facility facelift. Other career highlights include four American Legion World Series appearances and nine state championships in 11 summers. Of the 104 high school players that played for him during the summer, 99 went on to receive college scholarships to junior colleges or four-year schools and 14 have gone on to play Minor League Baseball. He received the National American Legion Coach of the Year award in 1991. Simoneaux served as the head baseball coach at Ascension Catholic High School (1986-89) and was an assistant at East Ascension High School for one year (1989-90). Simoneaux is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. He also served as chairman of the World Games, an international baseball tournament with proceeds benefiting cancer and leukemia research. He is also a member of the local Lions Club and the St. Thomas Church men’s club. Simoneaux has recently married the former Susan Newman of West Monroe. Their new family consists of Simoneaux’s son Thomas, Newman’s one son, Adam, who is in the United States Marine Corps, and her two daughters, Mary Alice, and Caroline.

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Brian Rountree is entering his 18th season at Louisiana Tech as the Bulldogs pitching coach. His 18 years of service is one of the longest tenures of all coaches currently working at the university behind only head track and field coach Gary Stanley, assistant track and field coach Larry Carmichael and Ed Jackson. In 2012, Rountree’s pitching staff impressed, as freshman right hander Phil Maton led the way with a Louisville Slugger Freshman all-American honor after leading the Bulldog staff with a 2.93 earned run average and eight wins in his freshman campaign. Rountree also welcomed the addition of Jamie Gilley to his staff as the junior college transfer led Tech in strikeouts with 82 in 2012. Gilley was ranked 10th in the country in strikeouts per nine innings with 11.07. Caleb Dudley continued to lead the way for Rountree’s pitching staff as the junior broke the all-time record for career saves at Tech with 23 in 2012. Dudley now hold the single-season saves record and the career saves record under Rountree’s direction. The 2011 pitching staff shattered two school records as the staff pitched 517.2 innings and recorded 18 saves to set the single-season marks in each category. Closer Caleb Dudley set two single-season records as he finished the season with 12 saves while making 32 appearances. The rotation was anchored by sophomore Trevor Peterson, who led the team with 16 starts and left-handed pitcher Mike Jefferson, who pitched one complete game in 14 starts. Jeb Stefan returned after missing the 2010 season following Tommy John Surgery to lead the team with seven wins as the number three pitcher. Kyle Roliard rounded out the rotation. Peterson and Jefferson picked up six wins apiece in 30 combined starts. Peterson led all Bulldog pitchers with 16 games started, pitching 83.1 innings and compiling a 6-4 record with a 5.08 ERA. Jefferson led all starters with a 3.56 ERA and 86 innings pitched and led the conference with 11 pickoffs. Stefan led the WAC in fewest hits allowed by a starter (63) and led Tech with seven wins and pitched two complete games in 14 starts with one shut out. Roliard picked up one win in 35.1 innings as the dual-player made 13 appearances on the mound. Dudley broke Tech’s single-season saves and appearances records in 2011, while becoming one of the best finishers in the country. He went 5-2 in 2011 with a 3.30 ERA, 12 saves and 44 strikeouts in 57.1 innings pitched. He made 32 appearances, including two spot starts for the Bulldogs. He goes into the 2012 season only four saves away from tying Buddy Aulds for the top spot in Tech’s history (18). Mike LeBreton recorded a 3.19 ERA in 20 games, picking up two wins and one save in 42.1 innings. His 3.19 ERA was the lowest any Bulldog pitcher with at least 40 innings pitched recorded in a season since Andrew Alsup’s 3.05 ERA in 2006. In the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, Roliard and Jefferson signed after being selected in the 13th round and the 22nd round, respectively. Roliard signed with the Kansas City Royals and Jefferson signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Both Roliard and Jefferson received first team all-WAC honors in 2011. Under Rountree’s tutelage, two players received Verizon WAC Pitcher of the Week honors, Ben Carlisle (3/7) and Dudley (twice; 4/4 and 5/2). Dudley also received CBI National Pitcher of the Week honors (5/4) after pitching eight perfect innings out of the bullpen vs. Nevada and UT Arlington. Despite facing numerous injuries throughout the 2010 campaign, a total of 17 Bulldogs made an appearance on the mound, led by a senior Jamey Bradshaw and a duo of underclassmen in Trevor Petersen and Mike Jefferson who combined to toss 218.1 innings while fanning 175 batters. The LA Tech pitching staff accrued four complete games on the season as starting pitchers tossed five-plus innings on 33 occasions. In June of 2010, Jefferson was selected by the New York Mets in the 46th round of the 2010 MLB Draft. In 2009 Rountree coached an extremely young pitching staff that had just one senior on the staff in two-time MLB draftee Dylan Moseley. However, the young staff still helped the Bulldogs to a 29-22 record on the season. In the process, three youngsters emerged as possible rising stars on the staff in true freshmen Jeb Stefan and Kyle Roliard, and redshirt freshman Mike Jefferson. Stefan led the team in strikeouts while recording a 4-5 record in 13 games started while Roliard piled up a 4-0 record with 17 appearances out of the bullpen. Jefferson led Tech with 25 appearances while totaling a 3-3 record on the year. Under Rountree’s guidance, 15 Bulldog pitchers have been drafted or signed free agent contracts with professional baseball teams in the last 11 seasons, including Jefferson, Roliard, Luke Burnett, Jericho Jones, Alan Knotts and Dylan Moseley in 2008. Burnett was selected and signed by the Seattle Mariners. Jones was selected and signed by the Chicago Cubs. Knotts was selected and signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Moseley opted to return to Tech for his senior year after being selected by the Cubs. Of the 14 players drafted, three pitchers were selected in the first 30 rounds of the 2008 draft for the first time in school history. In all, six players from Tech were drafted in 2008, the most in school history. Adam Cobb and Albie Goulder joined Burnett, Jones, Knotts and Moseley as major league draftees from the 2008 team. Rountree is now focused on the continued development of the young Bulldogs staff. In addition to handling the duties as pitching coach, Rountree is Tech’s recruiting coordinator. The Atlanta, Ga., native has recruited most of the players on Tech’s current roster and has built a solid reputation as a hardworking recruiter. “Coach Rountree brings a professional approach to recruiting and handles himself in a professional way,” Tech head coach Wade Simoneaux said. “He does an excellent job of bringing in excellent talent to this university.” In 2007, the South Carolina graduate helped mold a staff that tied a five-year-old school record for most strikeouts in a season with 452 and had two all-Western Athletic Conference selections in Andrew Alsup (first team) and Moseley (second team). Rountree also helped lead Burnett to the WAC strikeout title as he fanned 115 batters on the season. Burnett’s opponent’s batting average was a miniscule .221, also a league-best. “Brian’s tireless efforts at recruiting have put our ballclub in a position to compete in this conference,” Simoneaux said. “Since I’ve been here, our recruits have gotten better and better. And he has developed many pitchers that were borderline college pitchers when they got here into possible draft choices.” His 2002 pitching staff posted Tech’s lowest team ERA since 1993 at 4.71 despite playing nine games versus teams that advanced to the College World Series. Rountree originally came to Tech from South Carolina in 1996 with former Tech head coach Randy Davis. Simoneaux is the third head coach that Rountree has worked with at the university. Prior to coming to Tech, Rountree spent four years as an assistant at the University of South Carolina. Rountree is a 1990 graduate of South Carolina with a degree in criminal justice. Rountree spent the summer of 2001 as the head coach of a collegiate summer league team in Thomasville, N.C. The team competed in the Coastal Plains League. Rountree played baseball at South Carolina and spent two years in the Detroit Tigers organization after college. One season was spent in the Rookie League with Bristol (Tenn.) and one season with Fayetteville (N.C) of the South Atlantic League, which completed the baseball playing career of the 6-4 right-hander. While in college, Rountree led the Gamecocks in starts and strikeouts as a junior and again as a senior. Rountree was the captain of the 1989 Gamecock squad that advanced to the NCAA Tournament in Miami, Fla. His 125 strikeouts in 1988 still rank as the seventh best single season total in USC history. Rountree recorded 13 wins in two years at South Carolina. He transferred to USC after a standout career at DeKalb Junior College in Georgia. While at DeKalb, Rountree earned All-America honors as a sophomore with a 12-1 mark and a 0.78 earned run average. He was also named 1987 Georgia Junior College Player of the Year. In high school, Rountree was a standout at North Clayton High School in Atlanta. He shattered the school mark for career wins with 26 and still holds most of the school’s career records. One of Rountree’s favorite aspects in coaching is building relationships with the players as they improve over time. “Watching players develop in our program on the field and in the classroom is a rewarding experience,” Rountree said. “I enjoy seeing our players set goals, work their plan and accomplish them.” Rountree is married to the former Kim Dupree of San Diego, Calif. and has two daughters, Caysee and Shelby Griffith.

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FRAN ANDERMANN Assistant Coach

Entering his 11th season as the hitting coach for Bulldog baseball, Fran Andermann will once again lead an offense that hit .287 as a team during the 2012 campaign as Tech returns ten hitters who compiled at least 40 at-bats in 2012 including eight starters. Much like 2011, the Bulldogs continued playing small ball in 2012 with 36 sacrifice hits and only one Bulldog hitter reached double-digits in home runs as senior Alex Williams led the team in home runs (12) and tied for first in the WAC for the most home runs by a single player. Under Andermann’s tutelage, the 2011 Bulldogs reverted back to small-ball as the offense combined to hit 28 home runs, the lowest total in a single-season since 1973. Using the new BBCOR bats, Andermann’s offense recorded 32 sacrifice hits and 19 sacrifice flies. Only one player, Will Alvis, reached doubledigit home runs (10). Among the returning hitters, five ended 2011 with batting averages over .300, led by Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Ryan Gebhardt’s .343 batting average. First baseman and senior Alex Williams led Tech with 53 RBIs in 2011 and will continue to hit in the cleanup spot. Two of the players drafted in the 2011 MLB Draft, Kyle Roliard and Mark Threlkeld, combined for 10 home runs, 71 RBI, 147 hits and 15 stolen bases. Roliard hit at a .330 clip while Threlkeld hit .309 in 61 games. Roliard was named first team all-WAC while Threlkeld and Gebhardt received second team all-WAC honors. During the 2010 season Andermann’s offense shattered four single-season school records for hits (697), runs (484), doubles (141) and RBI (441) while a total of five student-athletes were tabbed all-WAC. In total, the Bulldogs finished the season ranked amongst the NCAA leaders in 10 offensive categories including rankings in the top 25 in team batting average, scoring, home runs per game and slugging percentage. The Bulldogs’ .336 batting average in 2010 marked the highest total since the 1958 squad hit at a .343 clip. Against conference opponents, there was no drop off offensively as Tech hit a blistering .363 against WAC schools. Andermann’s instruction not only directly correlated to numerous team records falling, but he was also instrumental in various individual marks being set – most notably with NCBWA Pre-Season First Team All-American and ABCA All-South Central Region performer, Devon Dageford. In just two years under Andermann’s instruction, Dageford ranked sixth in school history for career batting average at .377, fourth in career home runs (40) and tied for 10th in school history with 325 total bases. Furthermore, the slugger established a new school record with 21 doubles in a season while his 85 hits in a season was the second most in program history. In 2009 Louisiana Tech hitters etched their names into the Tech record books in a number of different categories offensively. As a team the Bulldogs tied the 2007 team’s record of 408 RBI in a season. The team also hit 92 homeruns which was second most all-time at LA Tech. The team also totaled the second highest batting average ever at Tech at .323 as well as scoring the third most runs in Tech history with 438, trailing only the 2007 and 1988 teams. Tech’s offense was also ranked nationally in a number of categories. The Bulldogs ranked 11th nationally in homeruns per game, 13th in slugging percentage, 16th in total team home runs, 22nd in the nation in scoring, 46th in batting average and 64th in total runs scored. 2008’s team had its fair share of stars in the outfield as well. Jericho Jones finished the season leading the team with a .364 batting average and a .611 slugging percentage, earning All-WAC First Team honors. Centerfielder Adam Cobb concluded the season in the top three of several statistical categories among the Bulldogs, including batting average, hits, runs, doubles, triples and stolen bases. He was awarded all-WAC second team honors. Tech recorded one of its most productive seasons offensively in history in 2007 with an overall batting average of .310. The team compiled the most hits (642), runs (447) and RBIs (408) in Tech history. Under Andermann’s leadership, outfielder Brian Rike was named Tech’s first-ever WAC Player of the Year with a .346 average, 20 home runs and 66 RBI. Rike was also named to three all-America teams after the 2007 season. The 2006 team had an overall batting average of .311, third-best in Tech history, and hit 64 home runs. Led by freshman Jericho Jones who was not only awarded WAC Freshman of the Year, but he was also named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team. Jones batted .370 on the year and slugged 16 home runs. His home run total shattered the previous freshman home run total, which was 13 home runs, set by T.J. Soto in 1996. While helping produce some of the best hitting teams in school history Andermann has had 18 former hitters receive all-WAC honors. Three of the 18 received the award twice, Brandon Hudson (2005 & 2006), Jericho Jones (2006 & 2007) and Mark Threlkeld (2010 & 2011). Tech head coach Wade Simoneaux hired Andermann after becoming head coach in August 2002. “Fran brings a lot of baseball experience to the table, he coached with me for 15 years in American Legion and Connie Mack baseball,” Simoneaux said. During his tenure, Andermann’s team accomplished 10 state American Legion titles, four American Legion World Series appearances, one Connie Mack state title and one Connie Mack World Series appearance. He also has seven years of major league scouting experience. Andermann is married to his wife Pamela and has two daughters, Lindsay and Cassie. Lindsay is married to Jerehmiar Maturin of New Iberia and the couple has three children. Cassie is married to Jules Guste of Slidel and they have one child. Both couples reside in Houston, Texas. Andermann is a 1968 graduate of Ascension Catholic High School and a 2000 graduate of Upper Iowa University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in management. He also served in the United States Marine Corps and brings a strong, discipline approach to the game. “Fran has become one of the best hitting instructors in the South,” Simoneaux said. “His relentless work ethic has turned many average hitters into exceptional hitters. His hands-on approach has made a tremendous difference in the way our guys perform.”

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Olen Parker enters his first season as an assistant coach on the Bulldog baseball staff after being hired in 2012 by head coach Wade Simoneaux. Parker, a former standout player and assistant coach at Grambling State, brings a wealth of experience to the Bulldog program from a personnel and playing standpoint by assisting with the catchers, bullpen, infielders and hitters on a day-to-day basis. Parker has also helped assist Simoneaux in the annual Top Dawg Baseball Camps for the past 10 years and has been an integral part of the success of those camps in the past. In his playing career, Parker spent two years at Western Oklahoma State College where he led the team in stolen bases (82) during his career, before transferring to Grambling where he made an immediate impact for the Tigers’ baseball program. Playing second base, Parker was a part of a team that defeated No. 4 ranked Florida State on the season’s opening weekend and he capitalized that success on the diamond into a professional career. After being drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1986, Parker played three seasons, eventually advancing to Double A in the minor leagues. Prior to taking the position at Grambling, he moved to Dallas, Texas in 2003 and coached the Dallas Heroes Collegiate Summer League team and led them to the Stan Musial Regional Tournament. Two years later, Parker served as the Assistant Director of Baseball Operations for the Little Heroes Baseball Foundation in addition to earning the Director of Training title. Aspiring to move into the professional ranks, he became a member of Major League Baseball Scout School and fared well in the classroom as he ranked second in a class of 50 scouts. His success in scout school led him to receive an associate scouting position with the Atlanta Braves. A native of New Orleans, Parker is a 1983 graduate of St. Augustine High School and was a three-sport letter winner in football, basketball and baseball. A highly decorated player in high school, he was named the football team’s Best First Year Player in 1981 and earned the Coaches Award in 1982 for his efforts on the gridiron. On the hardwood, Parker teamed with current New Jersey Nets head coach Avery Johnson during the 1982-83 seasons and led the Purple Knights to a 35-0 state championship run. In addition, Parker also shared the baseball diamond at St. Augustine with Ronald Marigny, a former professional baseball player with the Detroit Tigers and Scouting Supervisor with the Oakland A’s. Olen has been a highly successful recruiter on the collegiate level. He has had 15 players that he signed or coached make it to the professional ranks. The latest being Chris Wolfe. Parker has worked for numerous baseball camps amongst highly respected Division I institutions, serving as hitting coach. He has also served as a hitting instructor at Baseball USA in Houston, Texas, TPX Top 96 and the Complete Showcase. Parker has earned both a bachelor and master’s degree from Grambling State University.

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DR. DAVID SZYMANSKI Strength & Conditioning Coach

Dr. David Szymanski begins his sixth season as a member of the Bulldog baseball staff after joining in 2007 as a volunteer assistant. He is now the strength and conditioning coach. He is a full-time assistant professor of exercise physiology in the Department of Kinesiology at Tech. “It would be hard to replace what Coach Szymanski does with our players in the weight room and with their run techniques,” Tech head coach Wade Simoneaux said. “He does an outstanding job year-round.” Szymanski is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with distinction through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and has been involved in training baseball players since 1992. Before coming to Tech, he served as the exercise physiologist for the Auburn University Baseball Team where he trained, tested and evaluated the players’ athletic performance. Through his evaluation, Szymanski established baseball-specific workouts and training methods. He has continued the same regime with the Bulldogs. This year, the Bulldog batters will also perform vision training using Vizual Edge® Performance Training software in attempts to further enhance their “on-field” hitting performance. Szymanski played at Texas Lutheran and later served as an assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator for the Southwestern Athletic Conference school for four years. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the NSCA. He has had multiple articles published on ways to improve baseball performance and has given presentations on sport-specific training and ways to improve throwing and bat swing velocity. In the fall of 2006 he completed a 12-week training study in which players from five local high schools participated. Szymanski also has been collecting baseball-specific data, including strength, power, speed, agility, body composition, and throwing and bat velocities for the last three years with the players on Tech’s team. He presented his findings at the NSCA’s National Conference in Las Vegas last summer. He completed his bachelor’s degree in fine arts and kinesiology at Texas Lutheran and completed his master’s in physical education at Texas State, before earning his doctorate in exercise physiology at Auburn. A native of LaGrange, Ill., Szymanski is married to the former Jessica Gaytan of Seguin, Texas. Jessica was an All-American middle blocker for the Texas Lutheran volleyball team and is an interim instructor in the Department of Kinesiology. The couple has two sons, Dawson (6) and Justin (4).

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Ryan Lueken Athletic Trainer

Ryan Lueken begins his first season as a graduate assistant on the sports medicine staff at Louisiana Tech University and will work with football and baseball. Ryan is from Lafayette, Indiana and is a graduate of Indiana University where he earned his bachelor’s in athletic training. While at IU, he worked with women’s basketball, men’s soccer, football, track and field, among other sports.

KIM TANNER Office Coordinator

Kim Tanner begins her fifth year as the office coordinator for facilities, baseball, softball, bowling, golf and track and field after serving in the same capacity for the Lady Techster women’s basketball and women’s soccer secretary programs for three years. In all, Ms Kim has competed 17 years at the University with 10 of those years coming on campus, including seven years as office coordinator in the college of education and three years in the school of performing arts. The Farmerville native handles the business aspects for all three programs/departments, while also helping with travel reservations and accounting duties in the office. Ms Kim - as she is affectionately known by the student-athletes - has been a die-hard Tech fan since 1979 and has traveled all over the country following the team’s, including being in attendance at seven of the eight national championship games for the Lady Techster basketball team. Kim is married to Travis Tanner.

JOSH McDaniel Promo & Events Coordinator

Josh McDaniel is in his fourth year as Multimedia Services Manager at Louisiana Tech, and with that title he wears numerous hats. Better known as jMac, McDaniel is responsible for the Louisiana Tech athletic department’s social media accounts and is head of LA Tech All-Access, the department’s web streaming subscription service. He maintains LATechSports.com, serves as the game producer for football games, and is charge of all music and video content at sporting events. McDaniel serves as the public address announcer at JC Love Field at Pat Patterson Park, as well as a play-by-play broadcaster for LA Tech Baseball. In the fall of 2011, he began his first year as men’s basketball marketing coordinator, while maintaining his role as head of baseball marketing and promotions. McDaniel was promoted in January 2010 to external affairs associate, webmaster, and director of the LA Tech Kids’ Club after working as a ticket office sales associate in the LA Tech Ticket Office in 2009. In his previous role, he assisted in various marketing and promotional events, and helped coordinate fan experiences and former athlete reunions, as well as marketing and fan promotion aspects of LATechSports.com. He returned to his alma mater after spending five years coaching football, basketball, and baseball in the high school ranks, where he was the head boys basketball coach at Spearsville High School. He was also an assistant at Merryville High School, where he helped lead his sister, Kristen, and the Lady Panthers to a number one ranking and coached with both of his parents, Nina and Tom. McDaniel earned a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science from Louisiana Tech in 2005. While at Tech, he was an active member of the BCM and was the general manager and sports director of KLPI. McDaniel is also a proud alumnus of the Theta Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. He graduated from East Beauregard High School in 2000. At EBHS, he was a four-year letterman in football and basketball. He also lettered in baseball for three years under Coach Gordy Glaser, a charter member of the Louisiana College Sports Hall of Fame. McDaniel is a native of Dry Creek, La. and is married to the former Amanda King of Downsville, La., who earned both her bachelor’s and master’s from Louisiana Tech. They currently live in Downsville with their dog, Rudy.

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Fri. Feb. 15, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. Arlington, Texas Sat. Feb. 16, 2013 - 2 p.m. Arlington, Texas Sun. Feb. 17, 2013 - 1 p.m. Arlington, Texas Fri. March 29, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. Sat. March 30, 2013 - 3 p.m. Ruston, La. Sun. March 31, 2013 - 1 p.m. - Ruston, La.

Little Rock, Ark. Tues. March 19, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La.

General Information Location: Arlington, Texas Enrollment: 33,500 Nickname: Mavericks Colors: Royal Blue and White, Orange Trim Conference: Western Athletic President: James D. Spaniolo Athletic Director: Jim Baker Stadium Information Facility: Clay Gould Ballpark Dimensions: 330-380-400-380-330 Capacity: 1,600 Press Box Phone: 817.462.4225 Media Relations Baseball SID: Art Garcia Office Phone: 817.272.2239 Cell Phone: N/A Email: artgarcia@uta.edu Fax: N/A Website: utamavs.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Darin Thomas Alma Mater: Oklahoma Christian University, 1989 Record at School: N/A Career Record: N/A Assistant Coaches: Jay Sirianni, Troy Conkle, K.J. Hendricks Baseball Office Phone: N/A Outlook 2012 Record: 36-25, 19-14 SLC Postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: N/A

General Information Location: Little Rock, Ark. Enrollment: 13,062 Nickname: Trojans Colors: Maroon, Silver and Black Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Joel E. Anderson Athletic Director: Chris Peterson Stadium Information Facility: Gary Hogan Field Dimensions: 330-400-325 Capacity: 1,000 Press Box Phone: 501.351.1060 Media Relations Baseball SID: Patrick Newton Office Phone: 501.683.7003 Cell Phone: 501.859.4537 Email: pcnewton@ualr.edu Fax: 501.683.7002 Website: ualrtrojans.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Scott Norwood Alma Mater: Oral Roberts, 1988 Record at School: 95-121 (5th Year) Career Record: 384-261 Assistant Coaches: Brandon Rowan, Chris Marx, Adam Enright Baseball Office Phone: 501.280.0759 Outlook 2012 Record: 26-28, 12-18 SBC Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/3 Series Information Series: Tech leads 50-19 Current Streak: W2 Last Meeting: Tech 11, UALR 2 (April 24, 2012, Ruston, La.)

ORAL ROBERTS

Sat. Feb. 23, 2013 - 3 p.m. Ruston, La. Sun. Feb. 24, 2013 - 1 p.m. Ruston, La. General Information Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,259 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Navy Blue, Vegas Gold and White Conference: Southland President: Dr. Mark Rutland Athletic Director: Mike Carter Stadium Information Facility: J.L Johnson Stadium Dimensions: 330-400-330 Capacity: 2,418 Press Box Phone: 918.495.7165

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Media Relations Baseball SID: Eric Scott Office Phone: 918.495.6646 Cell Phone: N/A Email: escott@oru.edu Fax: 918.495.7142 Website: orugoldeneagles.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Ryan Folmar Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, 1994 Record at School: 0-0 (first season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Brian Aguailar, Ryan Neill, Sean Snedeker, Joe Spring Baseball Office Phone: 918.495.7130 Outlook 2012 Record: 28-21, 9-3 SLC Postseason: Waco Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: Series Information Series: Oral Roberts leads 2-1 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 3, ORU 2 (April 1, 2012, Tulsa, Okla.)

Series Information Series: UT Arlington leads 49-43 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 8, UTA 7 (Feb. 19, 2012, Ruston, La.)

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STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

Wed. Feb. 27, 2013 - 6 p.m. Nacogdoches, Texas Fri. March 15, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. Sat. March 16, 2013 - 3 p.m. Ruston, La. Sun. March 17, 2013 - 1 p.m. Ruston, La. General Information Location: Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment: 12,999 Nickname: Lumberjacks Colors: Purple and White (Red trim) Conference: Southland President: Dr. Baker Patillo Athletic Director: Robert Hill Stadium Information Facility: Jaycees Field Dimensions: 320-400-320 Capacity: 1,000 Press Box Phone: 936.559.8344 Media Relations Baseball SID: Ben Rikard Office Phone: 936.468.5801 Cell Phone: 936.554.2077 Email: rikardbenja@sfasu.edu Fax: 936.468.4593 Website: sfajacks.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Johnny Cardenas Alma Mater: TCU, 1998 Record at School: 120-108 Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Chris Connally, Chad Massengale Baseball Office Phone: 936.468.4599 Outlook 2012 Record: 26-33, 16-17 SLC Postseason: SLC Tournament (3-2) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/12 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/4 Series Information Series: Tech leads 17-5 Current Streak: W10 Last Meeting: Tech 9, SFA 5 (April 10, 2012, Ruston, La.)

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BAYLOR

Fri. March 1, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. Lake Charles, La. Sat. March 2, 2013 - 3 p.m. Lake Charles, La. Sun. March 3, 2013 - 1 p.m. Lake Charles, La.

Tues. March 5, 2013 - 6:35 p.m. Waco, Texas Wed. March 6, 2013 - 4:05 p.m. Waco, Texas

General Information Location: Lake Charles, La. Enrollment: 8,900 Nickname: Cowboys Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Southland President: Dr. Philip C. Williams Athletic Director: Tommy McClelland Stadium Information Facility: Cowboy Diamond Dimensions: 330-375-400-375-330 Capacity: 2,000 Press Box Phone: N/A Media Relations Baseball SID: Hunter Bower Office Phone: 337.475.5207 Cell Phone: 318.455.3200 Email: hunterbower32@gmail.com Fax: 337.475.5202 Website: mcneesesports.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Terry Burrows Alma Mater: McNeese State, 2003 Record at School: 115-159 (6th season) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Bubbs Merrill, Matt Collins Baseball Office Phone: 337.475.8007 Outlook 2012 Record: 24-30, 17-16 SLC Postseason: SLC Tournament (0-2) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 10/5 Series Information Series: Tech leads 80-47 Current Streak: L1 Last Meeting: McNeese State 4, Tech 3 (Feb. 26, 2012, Ruston, La.)

General Information Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 15,364 Nickname: Bears Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Big 12 President: Ken Starr Athletic Director: Ian McCaw Stadium Information Facility: Baylor Ballpark at Ferrell Field Dimensions: 330-400-330 Capacity: 5,000 Press Box Phone: 254.754.5546 Media Relations Baseball SID: Heath Nielsen Office Phone: 254.710.3784 Cell Phone: 254.640.3175 Email: N/A Fax: 254.710.1369 Website: BaylorBears.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Steve Smith Alma Mater: Baylor, 1986 Record at School: 668-432-1 (18 seasons) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Steve Johnigan, Trevor Mote, Gregg Glime Baseball Office Phone: 254.710.3029 Outlook 2012 Record: 49-17, 20-4 Big 12 Postseason: Waco Super Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/4 Series Information Series: Baylor leads 7-3 Current Streak: L5 Last Meeting: Baylor 6, Tech 2 (2011, Waco, Texas)

NEBRASKA

RICE

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Tues. March 12, 2013 - 6 p.m. Houston, Texas Wed. March 13, 2013 - 6 p.m. Houston, Texas Wed. May 8, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. General Information Location: Houston, Texas Enrollment: 6,082 Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue and Gray Conference: Conference USA President: David W. Leebron Athletic Director: Rick Greenspan

Stadium Information Facility: Hawks Field at Haymarket Park Dimensions: 335-403-395-400-325 Capacity: 8,486 Press Box Phone: 402.434.6861

Stadium Information Facility: Reckling Park Dimensions: 330-375-400-375-330 Capacity: 6,193 Press Box Phone: 713.348.4931

Media Relations Baseball SID: Jeremy Foote Office Phone: 402.472.7778 Cell Phone: 402.518.0232 Email: jfoote@huskers.com Fax: 402.472.2005 Website: Huskers.com

Media Relations Baseball SID: John Sullivan Office Phone: 713.348.5636 Cell Phone: 832.250.9000 Email: jsully@rice.edu Fax: 713.348.6019 Website: RiceOwls.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Darin Erstad Alma Mater: Nebraska, 1995 Record at School: 35-23 (One Year) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Will Bolt, Ted Silva, Jeff Christiy Baseball Office Phone: 402.472.2269

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Wayne Graham Alma Mater: Texas, 1970 Record at School: 953-380 (21 seasons) Career Record: 1,528-493 Assistant Coaches: Patrick Hallmark, Clay Van Hook, Lance Berkman Baseball Office Phone: 713.348.8864

Outlook 2012 Record: 35-23, 14-10 Big Ten Postseason: Big Ten Tournament (1-2) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/3 Series Information Series: Nebraska leads 10-4 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 6, Nebraska 5 (March 18, 2012, Lincoln, Neb.)

Outlook 2012 Record: 41-19, 17-7 C-USA (1st) Postseason: Hosted NCAA Regional (1-2) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/5

General Information Location: Lorman, Miss. Enrollment: 4,391 Nickname: Braves Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Southwestern Athletic President: Dr. M. Christopher Brown II Athletic Director: Dwayne White Stadium Information Facility: N/A Dimensions: N/A Capacity: N/A Press Box Phone: N/A Media Relations Baseball SID: Je’Kel Smith Office Phone: 601.877.6501 Cell Phone: N/A Email: jekel@alcorn.edu Fax: Website: alcornsports.com

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General Information Location: Lincoln, Neb. Enrollment: 24,610 Nickname: Cornhuskers or Huskers Colors: Scarlet and Cream Conference: Big Ten Chancellor: Harvey Perlman, J.D. Athletic Director: Shawn Eichorst

Wed. March 20, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La.

B U L L D O G

Fri. March 8, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. Sat. March 9, 2013 - 3 p.m. Ruston, La. Sun. March 10, 2013 - 10 a.m. Ruston, La.

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Barret Rey Alma Mater: Southern, 1997 Record at School: N/A Career Record: N/A Assistant Coaches: David Gomez Baseball Office Phone: 601.877.4090 Outlook 2012 Record: 18-37, 12-10 SWAC Postseason: SWAC Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: N/A Series Information Series: Tech leads 4-1 Current Streak: W3 Last Meeting: Tech 5, Alcorn 1 (2011, Ruston, La.)

Series Information Series: 26-3 Current Streak: L8 Last Meeting: Rice 11, Tech 3 (March 20, 2011, Houston, Texas)

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SEATTLE

Sat. March 23, 2013 -1 p.m. Ruston, La. Sun. March 24, 2013 - 1 p.m. Ruston, La. Mon. March 25, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. General Information Location: Seattle, Wash. Enrollment: 7,900 Nickname: Redhawks Colors: Red and White Conference: Western Athletic President: Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J. Athletic Director: William Hogan Stadium Information Facility: Bannerwood Park Dimensions: 320-370-405 Capacity: N/A Press Box Phone: N/A Media Relations Baseball SID: Jason Behenna Office Phone: 206.296.5915 Cell Phone: 206.965.0450 Email: behennaj@seattleu.edu Fax: 206.296.2154 Website: GoSeattleU.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Donny Harrel Alma Mater: CSU Bakersfield, 1995 Record at School: 55-99-1 (3 years) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Casey Powell, Dave Wainhouse, Mike Nadeau Baseball Office Phone: 206.398.4399 Outlook 2012 Record: 23-30 Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/10 Starters Returning/Lost: N/A Series Information Series: 0-0 Current Streak: None Last Meeting: N/A

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SAN JOSE STATE

Tues. March 26, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. Tues. April 23, 2013 - 6 p.m. Grambling, La.

Fri. April 5, 2013 - 8 p.m. San Jose, Calif. Sat. April 6, 2013 - 3 p.m. San Jose, Calif. Sun. April 7, 2013 - 3 p.m. San Jose, Calif.

General Information Location: Grambling, La. Enrollment: 4,994 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Black and Gold Conference: Southwestern Athletic President: Dr. Frank Pogue Athletic Director: Dr. Percy Caldwell Stadium Information Facility: Wilbert Ellis Field at R.W.E. Jones Park Dimensions: N/A Capacity: N/A Press Box Phone: N/A Media Relations Baseball SID: Santoria Black Office Phone: 318.274.6562 Cell Phone: N/A Email: gramblingsportsradio@yahoo.com Fax: N/A Website: gsutigers.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: James Cooper Alma Mater: Grambling State, 2004 Record at School: N/A Career Record: N/A Assistant Coaches: Davin Pierre Baseball Office Phone: Outlook 2012 Record: 22-26, 13-11 SWAC Postseason: SWAC Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: N/A Series Information Series: Tech leads 18-3 Current Streak: W16 Last Meeting: Tech 4, Grambling 1 (April 4, 2012, Ruston, La.)

General Information Location: San Jose, Calif. Enrollment: 26,796 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Gold, White and Blue Conference: Western Athletic President: Mohammad Qayoumi Athletic Director: Gene Bleymaier Stadium Information Facility: Municipal Stadium/Blethen Field Dimensions: N/A Capacity: 5,200/500 Press Box Phone: 408.924.7276/408.924.4290 Media Relations Baseball SID: Dominic Urrutia Office Phone: 408.924.1211 Cell Phone: 408.334.0843 Email:dominic.urrutia@sjsu.edu Fax: 408.924.1291 Website: sjsuspartans.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dave Nakama Alma Mater: Willamette, 1984 Record at School: 0-0, 1st season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Brad Sanfilippo, Nicholas Enriquez, Jeff Austin Baseball Office Phone: 408.924.1287 Outlook 2012 Record: 22-29, 5-13 WAC Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/4 Series Information Series: SJSU leads 32-23 Current Streak: W4 Last Meeting: Tech 4, SJSU 1 (May 6, 2012, Ruston, La.)

Texas State

Northwestern state

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Stadium Information Facility: Bobcat Baseball Stadium Dimensions: 330-405-330 Capacity: 2,400 Press Box Phone: 512.245.5739 Media Relations Baseball SID: Rick Poulter Office Phone: 512.245.4387 Cell Phone: 512.245.2966 Email: rpoulter@txstate.edu Fax: N/A Website: txstatebobcats.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Ty Harrington Alma Mater: University of Texas, 1987 Record at School: 448-331 Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Jeremy Fikac, Mike Silva, Shaun Garia Baseball Office Phone: N/A Outlook 2012 Record: 32-24, 19-14 SLC Postseason: SLC Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/14 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/3 Series Information Series: Tech leads 3-1 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 3, Texas State 1 (1985, San Marcos, Texas)

General Information Location: Natchitoches, La. Enrollment: 9,447 Nickname: Demons Colors: Purple and White, Orange trim Conference: Southland President: Dr. Randall Webb Athletic Director: Greg Burke Stadium Information Facility: Brown-Stroud Field Dimensions: 325-340-405-360-325 Capacity: 1,200 Press Box Phone: 318.357.4606 Media Relations Baseball SID: Matthew Fowler Office Phone: 318.357.6467 Cell Phone: 318.663.5701 Email: fowlerm@nsula.edu Fax: 318.357.4515 Website: nsudemons.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Lane Burroughs Alma Mater: Mississippi College, 1995 Record at School: 0-0, 1st season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Chris Curry, Andy Morgan, Sammy Hassen Baseball Office Phone: 318-357-5252 Outlook 2012 Record: 19-32, 14-19 SLC Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/17 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/6 Series Information Series: Tech leads 85-60 Current Streak: W2 Last Meeting: Tech 8, Northwestern State 2 (March 27, 2012, Ruston, La.)

Fri. April 19, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. Sat. April 20, 2013 - 3 p.m. Ruston, La. Sun. April 21, 2013 - 1 p.m./4 p.m. Ruston, La. General Information Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Enrollment: 16,428 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Crimson and White Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Manuel Pacheco Athletic Director: Dr. McKinley Boston Stadium Information Facility: Presley Askew Field Dimensions: 345-385-400-385-345 Capacity: 1,000 Press Box Phone: 575.646.5700

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General Information Location: San Marcos, Texas Enrollment: 34,229 Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Denise M. Trauth Athletic Director: Dr. Larry Teis

Tues. April 16, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. Natchitoches, La. Tues. May 14, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La.

B U L L D O G

Fri. April 12, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. San Marcos, Texas Sat. April 13, 2013 - 2 p.m. San Marcos, Texas Sun. April 14, 2013 - 12 p.m. San Marcos, Texas

Media Relations Baseball SID: Eddie Morelos Office Phone: 575.646.3269 Cell Phone: 575.642.5746 Email: emorelos@nmsu.edu Fax: N/A Website: NMStateSports.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rocky Ward Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, 1988 Record at School: 403-399-2 (16 years) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Mike Evans, Nate Shaver, Gary Ward Baseball Office Phone: 575.646.7693 Outlook 2012 Record: 35-24, 11-7 WAC Postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/5 Series Information Series: NMSU leads 20-13 Current Streak: W1 Last Meeting: Tech 15, NMSU 12 (May 25, 2012, WAC Tournament; Mesa, Ariz.)

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Fri. April 26, 2013 - 5 p.m. Sacramento, Calif. Sat. April 27, 2013 - 3 p.m. Sacramento, Calif. Sun. April 28, 2013 - 2 p.m. Sacramento, Calif.

CSU Bakersfield

Fri. May 3, 2013 - 6 p.m. Ruston, La. Sat. May 4, 2013 - 3 p.m. Ruston, La. Sun. May 5, 2013 - 1 p.m. Ruston, La.

General Information Location: Sacramento, Calif. Enrollment: 28,000 Nickname: Hornets Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletic Director: Dr. Terry Wanless

General Information Location: Bakersfield, Calif. Enrollment: 8,000 Nickname: Roadrunners Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Horace Mitchell Athletic Director: Jeff Konya

Stadium Information Facility: John Smith Field Dimensions: N/A Capacity: 1,200 Press Box Phone: 916.889.6643

Stadium Information Facility: Hardt Field Dimensions: 325-375-390-375-325 Capacity: 500 Press Box Phone: 661.654.2126

Media Relations Baseball SID: Joe Waltasti Office Phone: 916.278.6896 Cell Phone: 916.889.6643 Email: waltasti@csus.edu Fax: 916.278.5429 Website: hornetsports.com

Media Relations Baseball SID: Matt Turk Office Phone: 661.654.3071 Cell Phone: 515.240.0483 Email: sid@csub.edu Fax: 661.654.6978 Website: GoRunners.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Reggie Christiansen Alma Mater: Menlo College, 1998 Record at School: 50-67 (2 years) Career Record: 157-208 Assistant Coaches: Steve Holm, Jake McKinley, Thad Johnson Baseball Office Phone: N/A

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bill Kernen Alma Mater: Redlands, 1970 Record at School: 97-119 (4 seasons) Career Record: 337-273-3 Assistant Coaches: Jody Robinson, Brandon Boren, Anthony Barone Baseball Office Phone: 661.335.1058

Outlook 2012 Record: 31-28, 11-7 WAC Postseason: WAC Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 12/2

Outlook 2012 Record: 25-30 Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/2

Series Information Series: Tech leads 16-12 Current Streak: L2 Last Meeting: Sacramento St. 11, Tech 6 (April 8, 2012, Ruston, La.)

Series Information Series: 0-0 Current Streak: None Last Meeting: None

Dallas Baptist

Fri. May 10, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. Dallas, Texas Sat. May 11, 2013 - 2 p.m. Dallas, Texas Sun. May 12, 2013 - 1 p.m. Dallas, Texas General Information Location: Dallas, Texas Enrollment: 5,611 Nickname: Patriots Colors: Red, White and Navy Blue Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Gary Cook Athletic Director: Ryan Erwin Stadium Information Facility: Dallas Baptist Patriot Baseball Dimensions: N/A Capacity: N/A Press Box Phone: 214.333.5541 Media Relations Baseball SID: Nate Frieling Office Phone: 214.333.5590 Cell Phone: 214.532.9393 Email: natef@dbu.edu Fax: 214.333.5306 Website: DBUPatriots.com Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dan Heefner Alma Mater: Olivet Nazarene University Record at School: 186-102 (5 years) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Dan Fitzgerald, Wes Johnson, Brance Rivera Baseball Office Phone: 214.333.5324 Outlook 2012 Record: 41-19 Postseason: Waco Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/18 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/5 Series Information Series: Tech leads 11-8 Current Streak: L2 Last Meeting: Dallas Baptist 11, Tech 3 (March 24, 2012, Ruston, La.)

UTSA

Series Information Series: UTSA leads 2-1 Current Streak: L2 Last Meeting: UTSA 7, Tech 6 (2001; Ruston, La.)

Media Relations Baseball SID: Tony Baldwin Office Phone: 210.458.6460 Cell Phone: 210.501.6819 Email: anthony.baldwin@utsa.edu Fax: 210.458.4569 Website: goUTSA.com

General Information Location: San Antonio, Texas Enrollment: 30,968 Nickname: Roadrunners Colors: Navy Blue, Orange and White Conference: Western Athletic

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Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jason Marshall Alma Mater: Texas A&M, 1996 Record at School: 0-0, first season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Jim Blair, Brett Lawler, Nick Zaleski Baseball Office Phone: 210.458.4171

2013 WAC Baseball Tournament May 22-26 No. 5

No. 6 Game 1 Wednesday 11 a.m.

No. 3 Game 4 Thursday 11 a.m.

Game 7 Friday 11 a.m.

Game 10 Saturday 11 a.m.

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Stadium Information Facility: Roadrunner Field Dimensions: 335-375-405-375-340 Capacity: 800 Press Box Phone: 210.458.4612

Fri. April 26, 2013 - 5 p.m. Sacramento, Calif. Sat. April 27, 2013 - 3 p.m. Sacramento, Calif. Sun. April 28, 2013 - 2 p.m. Sacramento, Calif.

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Outlook 2012 Record: 22-32, 11-21 SLC Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 21/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/3

President: Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletic Director: Lynn Hickey

Game 13 Sunday 1 p.m. Pool B Winner

Game 12 Saturday 7 p.m. No. 3

Championship Determination

An eight (8) team round-robin (pool play), season-ending tournament will be played to determine the conference champion and automatic representative to the NCAA Tournament. Teams will be divided into two (2) pools with seeds #1, 4, 5 and 8 in Pool A and seeds #2, 3, 6 and 7 in Pool B. The teams with the best records in the two (2) pools will compete for the championship. If more than one (1) team is tied at the completion of round-robin play, the following tie-breaking procedure will be used: Two Teams Tied The team that won the head-to-head competition in championship tournament games will advance. Three Teams Tied The team with the highest seed in the respective bracket will advance.

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2012 WAC Review Final Standings

WAC Games Team Record Pct Home Away Streak New Mexico State 11-7 .611 6-3 5-4 W3 Nevada 11-7 .611 8-1 3-6 L1 Sacramento State 11-7 .611 6-3 5-4 W3 Hawai’i 10-8 .556 7-2 3-6 W1 Fresno State 8-10 .444 4-5 4-5 L1 Louisiana Tech 7-11 .389 6-3 1-8 W1 San Jose State 5-13 .278 2-7 3-6 L9

All Games Record Pct Home Away Neutral Streak 35-24 .593 24-7 11-11 0-6 L4 32-25 .561 21-10 10-13 1-2 L2 31-28 .525 18-12 11-14 2-2 L2 30-25 .545 26-12 4-11 0-2 L2 31-28 .525 18-16 7-10 6-2 L1 27-28 .491 16-8 8-18 3-2 L1 22-29 .431 13-19 9-10 0-0 L10

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FIRST TEAM

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OF – Aaron Judge, So., Fresno State OF – Brooks Klein, Jr., Nevada OF – Tanner Waite, Sr., New Mexico State OF – Justin Higley, So., Sacramento State 2B – Andrew Ayers, Jr., Sacramento State SS – Pi’ikea Kitamura, Jr., Hawai‘i SS – Ryan Gebhardt, So., Louisiana Tech SS – Zack Voight, Sr., New Mexico State C – Carlos Escobar Jr., Jr., Nevada C – Zac Fisher, Jr., New Mexico State C – Derrick Chung, Sr., Sacramento State DH – Kenny Wise, Sr., Fresno State SP – Bradey Shipley, So., Nevada SP – Tom Jameson, Jr., Nevada SP – Adam Mott, Jr., New Mexico State RP – Scott Coffman, Sr., New Mexico State

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OF – Zack Swasey, Sr., Hawai‘i OF – Rhys Hoskins, Fr., Sacramento State 1B – Trent Garrison, Jr., Fresno State 1B – Alex Williams, Sr., Louisiana Tech 1B – Kewby Meyer, Fr., Nevada 1B – Tanner Rust, So., New Mexico State 2B – Pat Hutcheson, Sr., Fresno State 2B – Parker Hipp, Jr., New Mexico State 3B – Jake Alvarez, So., Fresno State 3B – Collin Bennett, Sr., Hawai‘i DH – Trevor Paine, Sr., Sacramento State SP – Justin Haley, Jr., Fresno State SP – Tom Harlan, Sr., Fresno State SP – Matt Sisto, Sr., Hawai‘i SP – Dallas Chadwick, So., Sacramento State RP – Jamie Gilley, Jr., Louisiana Tech   Player of the Year: Andrew Ayers, Jr., 2B, Sacramento State Pitcher of the Year: Bradey Shipley, So., Nevada Freshman of the Year: Rhys Hoskins, Fr., OF, Sacramento State Coach of the Year: Reggie Christiansen, Sacramento State

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Wednesday, May 23 Game 1 - No. 5 Fresno State def. No. 4 Hawai‘i, 8-2 Game 2 - No. 3 Nevada def. No. 6 Louisiana Tech, 4-3 Thursday, May 24 Game 3 - No. 6 Louisiana Tech def. No. 4 Hawai‘i, 9-6 Game 4 - No. 2 Sacramento State def. No. 4 Nevada, 15-5 (8) Game 5 - No. 5 Fresno State def. No. 1 New Mexico State, 15-8 Friday, May 25 Game 6 - No. 6 Louisiana Tech def. No. 1 New Mexico State, 15-12 Game 7 - No. 6 Louisiana Tech def.. Nevada, 18-5 (8) Game 8 - No. 2 Sacramento State def. No. 5 Fresno State, 8-3 Saturday, May 26 Game 9 - No. 5 Fresno State def. No. 6 Louisiana Tech, 6-4 Game 10 - No. 5 Fresno State def. No. 2 Sacramento State, 9-6 Sunday, May 27 Game 11 - No. 5 Fresno State def. No. 2 Sacramento State, 4-3 (13)

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Brent Hottman, Sacramento State Austin Wynns, Fresno State Alex Williams, Louisiana Tech Derrick Chung, Sacramento State Tanner Rust, New Mexico State Trent Garrison, Fresno State David Del Grande, Sacramento State Aaron Judge, Fresno State Jordan Luplow, Fresno State Dallas Chadwick, Sacramento State Thomas Harlan, Fresno State MVP - Jordan Luplow, Fresno State

NCAA REGIONALS Tucson Regional (Hi Corbett Field) No. 3 Louisville def. No. 2 New Mexico State, 3-2 No. 4 Missouri def. No. 2 New Mexico State, 6-2 Palo Alto Regional (Klein Field at Sunken Diamond) No. 1 Stanford def. No. 4 Fresno State, 9-1 No. 4 Fresno State def. No. 3 Michigan State, 8-2 No. 2 Pepperdine def. No. 4 Fresno State, 8-5

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Team Pitching G ERA W L SV IP H R ER BB SO Hawai’i 55 3.29 30 25 18 490.0 477 222 179 122 290 Fresno State 59 3.86 31 28 13 528.2 578 280 227 171 489 San Jose State 51 4.16 22 29 13 450.0 454 245 208 170 334 Nevada 57 4.33 32 25 14 505.0 533 293 243 243 331 Sacramento State 59 5.25 31 28 10 521.1 578 343 304 233 336 New Mexico State 59 5.47 35 24 12 504.2 606 378 307 241 430 Louisiana Tech 55 5.48 27 28 14 476.0 528 340 290 214 399 Totals 395 4.55 208 187 94 3475.2 3754 2101 1758 1394 2609

Individual Batting avg Zac Fisher, NMSU .355 Rhys Hoskins, SAC .353 Parker Hipp, NMSU .349 Ryan Gebhardt, LA Tech* .341 Derrick Chung, SAC .340 Andrew Ayers, SAC .336 Kurt Snowley, NMSU .335 Brooks Klein, NEV .335 Trent Garrison, FS .333 Alex Williams, LA Tech* .332 Collin Bennett, UH .328 Kewby Meyer, NEV .324 Kenneth Wise, FS .318 Kyle Phillips, NMSU .311 Pi’ikea Kitamura, UH .311 Aaron Judge, FS .308 Trevor Paine, SAC .308 Zach Voight, NMSU .305

gp-gs 59-59 56-56 59-59 55-55 58-57 58-57 53-46 57-56 55-44 55-55 54-54 56-52 57-37 53-53 55-55 58-58 51-46 54-52

Indv. Pitching APP Braden Shipley, Nevada 15 Tom Jameson, Nevada 15 Thomas Harlan, Fresno St. 21 Jarrett Arakawa, UH 15 Phil Maton, LA Tech* 18 Johnny Melero, SJSU 13 Justin Haley, Fresno St. 22 Matt Sisto, UH 14 Scott Squier, UH 15 Tyler Linehan, Fresno St. 15 David Wayne Russo, SJSU 16 Jamie Gilley, LA Tech* 25 Ryan Beck, NMSU 17 Zack Jones, SJSU 19 Tanner Mendonca, Sac St. 17 Adam Mott, NMSU 19 Jeb Stefan, LA Tech* 16 Cody Kendall, Fresno St. 21 Brennan Leitao, Sac St. 18 Casey Collins, NMSU 19

ERA 2.20 2.55 2.78 2.88 2.93 3.03 3.18 3.46 3.50 3.58 3.97 4.03 4.24 4.50 4.74 4.80 4.89 4.99 5.00 5.22

ab 231 215 209 223 235 220 176 203 195 217 180 182 173 193 206 201 182 203 W 9 7 7 7 8 2 7 8 3 4 2 3 5 3 6 6 2 4 7 4

r 39 44 51 44 42 36 51 33 29 38 30 23 23 42 30 47 23 40

L 4 2 7 6 5 7 4 4 4 5 3 4 7 4 8 3 7 4 5 4

h 82 76 73 76 80 74 59 68 65 72 59 59 55 60 64 62 56 62

2b 18 16 17 14 14 16 9 16 12 11 7 9 8 12 9 14 13 10

SV IP H 0 98.1 73 0 95.1 103 1 106.2 103 0 97.0 99 0 89.0 78 0 74.1 74 0 93.1 96 0 91.0 94 0 64.1 64 0 83.0 95 0 59.0 62 3 67.0 67 0 97.2 113 7 54.0 51 0 89.1 93 1 86.1 94 1 84.2 86 0 61.1 75 0 86.1 104 0 60.1 79

3b 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 6 0 0 3 2 1 0 1 2 0 2

R 26 37 42 41 36 33 37 40 30 47 28 34 62 31 51 53 53 39 60 43

hr 6 10 1 1 2 3 1 8 2 12 3 1 4 6 0 4 3 8

ER BB 24 40 27 38 33 16 31 18 29 22 25 18 33 39 35 11 25 30 33 30 26 19 30 21 46 38 27 17 47 40 46 41 46 40 34 13 48 22 35 36

rbi 60 53 49 27 31 31 27 42 39 46 33 34 40 39 29 27 32 56

tb 118 122 95 93 104 103 75 120 83 119 81 75 77 90 75 92 78 100

SO 88 41 85 70 79 47 94 45 55 82 41 82 97 60 55 78 81 39 45 27

82 80 76 76 74

Walks 1. Tanner Waite-NMSU 2. Parker Hipp-NMSU 3. Aaron Judge-FS 4. Bryan Karraker-NMSU 5. Stephen Ventimilia-UH

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Runs Scored 1. Tanner Waite-NMSU 2. Bryan Karraker-NMSU 3. Parker Hipp-NMSU Kurt Snowley-NMSU 5. Aaron Judge-FS

55 53 51 51 47

Runs Batted In 1. Zac Fisher-NMSU 2. Zach Voight-NMSU 3. Rhys Hoskins-SAC 4. Parker Hipp-NMSU 5. Bryan Karraker-NMSU

60 56 53 49 48

Doubles 1. Austin Wynns-FS 2. Zac Fisher-NMSU Bryan Karraker-NMSU 4. Will Soto-SAC Parker Hipp-NMSU

22 18 18 17 17

Triples 1. Brooks Klein-NEV Joe Kohan-NEV 3. Jay Anderson-NEV Justin Higley-SAC 5. Tanner Waite-NMSU Home Runs 1. Alex Williams-LTU Robert Lecount-NMSU 3. Rhys Hoskins-SAC 4. Brooks Klein-NEV Zach Voight-NMSU Total Bases 1. Rhys Hoskins-SAC 2. Brooks Klein-NEV 3. Alex Williams-LTU 4. Zac Fisher-NMSU 5. Derrick Chung-SAC Stolen Bases 1. Stephen Ventimilia-UH 2. Aaron Judge-FS Patrick Hutcheson-FS 4. Breland Almadova-UH 5. Garrett Yrigoyen-NEV Zack Swasey-UH

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Team Fielding G PO A E PCT DP PB SBA-CSB Sacramento State 59 1564 660 47 .979 54 11 46-25 San Jose State 51 1350 477 52 .972 34 10 39-24 Hawai’i 55 1470 634 61 .972 47 14 51-15 Nevada 57 1515 738 67 .971 68 4 38-21 Fresno State 59 1586 639 84 .964 54 7 26-23 Louisiana Tech 55 1428 512 74 .963 46 7 56-19 New Mexico State 59 1514 563 84 .961 47 12 58-24 Totals 395 10427 4223 469 .969 350 65 314-151

Hits 1. Zac Fisher-NMSU 2. Derrick Chung-SAC 3. Ryan Gebhardt-LTU Rhys Hoskins-SAC 5. Andrew Ayers-SAC

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Team Batting G AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT New Mexico State 59 .306 2054 473 628 130 14 47 347 441 22-31 Sacramento State 59 .298 2095 327 625 122 12 30 168 345 31-44 Louisiana Tech 55 .288 1867 308 537 92 2 38 217 371 37-62 Nevada 57 .286 1861 295 533 104 28 23 193 379 55-88 Fresno State 59 .277 1997 297 554 108 8 19 193 398 60-81 Hawai’i 55 .257 1777 239 456 68 8 14 208 399 48-66 San Jose State 51 .251 1652 209 415 69 7 8 173 250 30-51 Totals 395 .282 13303 2148 3748 693 79 179 1495 2583 283-423

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2012 SEASON REVIEW

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Highlighted by a Western Athletic Conference Tournament appearance more successful than any team in the program’s history, the 2012 Louisiana Tech baseball season is one worth remembering. After being picked to finished sixth in the league in the preseason polls, Louisiana Tech entered the tournament as the sixth and final seed before storming through the bracket to post a 3-2 postseason record and make a semifinal appearance. LA Tech would end up with 27 wins for the 2012 campaign, just barely dropping below .500 for the season after totaling 28 losses on the season and a 7-11 mark in conference play. Bulldog first baseman Alex Williams, now graduated and playing minor league ball in the White Sox organization, also tied for the lead in the conference in home runs with a total of 12 for the 2012 season. The 2012 season was the year of broken records for Bulldog closer Caleb Dudley. Entering the season second alltime in career saves, Dudley recorded nine saves to add to the 14 he already had and pass Buddy Aulds as the leader in career saves for a Tech pitcher with 23. Aulds’ preview record was 18 career saves. Dudley also broke the record in all-time appearances in a career as the Bulldogs go-to man out of the bullpen, as he appeared in 29 games for Tech in 2012, with most of his appearances occurring in the ninth innings when needed to close out a victory. To add to his record-breaking junior season, Dudley also moved up on the appearances in a single season by a pitcher with 29, which moves him to third all-time in the Tech record books. Dudley also moved up to second all-time in saves in a season with nine in 2012, which ties him with Matt Buckle for second and ranks him second behind himself, after he recorded 12 saves in 2011. But, Dudley was not the only Tech pitching moving up in

the ranks. Junior right hander Jamie Gilley transferred to play for the Bulldogs in 2012 and found him in rare company after leading the team in strikeouts last season with 82 and also ranking sixth all-time for strikeouts per nine innings in Tech history with 11.01. Although 2012 was a streaky season for the Bulldogs with two fivegame winning streaks throughout the year as well as a six-game losing streak, it brought us a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American in Phil Maton and three All-WAC selections in Ryan Gebhardt, Jamie Gilley and Alex Williams. Freshman Maton wowed Tech fans immediately with his Bulldog demeaner on the mound, and stood out significantly after his most impressive pitching performance of the season when he threw seven innings and struck out eight batters at Vanderbilt in a 9-3 win for Tech on the road over the SEC foe. Maton would go on to post an 8-5 record in his freshman campaign and lead the Bulldog pitching staff with a 2.93 earned run average in 18 appearances. Shortstop Gebhardt was the lone 1st team selection for the WAC postseason awards in 2012 after leading the Bulldogs in almost every offensive category, including batting average, runs scored, hits, doubles and plate appearances. Gebhardt received some company on the list as first baseman Alex Williams was a 2nd team selection for all-WAC after leading the Bulldogs in home runs (12) and runs batted in (46) during his senior season. Williams’ 12 home runs tied him for first in the WAC for the most of any player. Gilley also joined Williams as a 2nd team honoree after leading the team in strikeouts (82) after appearing in 26 games and posting a 4.03 ERA in 2012. Gilley’s 11.01 strikeouts per nine innings ranked him eighth in the entire country for Division I pitchers. The Bulldogs opened the 2012 season with a bumpy start, losing the first two games of the year to UT Arlington at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park before rebounding to win game three against the Mavericks and continue to win seven of their next eight games, including a huge victory over Vanderbilt on the road. Tech would then go on a midseason skid, losing nine of its next 10 games, including dropping three of four from Nebraska and a loss to Creighton at Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. With conference play looming, Tech won five of the next seven games to get a much-needed confidence boost heading into the opening weekend of WAC play against Sacramento State. The Hornets would end up taking two of three from the Bulldogs to send Tech’s WAC campaign into a tailspin for the time being. Tech would go on to lose six straight games as Nevada and New Mexico State both swept the Bulldogs in three-game sets on the road. But, just when the Bulldogs were at their lowest point in the season, a season-long six game winning streak with wins over Hawai’i and San

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with 221. He is second all-time in total bases in a career (404), runs batted in (175) and hits (253). Williams’ 45 career doubles ranks him fourth all-time in Tech history, tied with Chris Loy. Stefan finished his career at Tech with 14 wins under his belt as a starting pitcher for the Bulldogs. Stefan appeared in 48 games in his four years in Ruston and posted a 5.41 ERA and struck out 213 of the batters he faced. Gordey, a fouryear letterwinner for Simoneaux and the ’Dogs, posted a career batting average of .290 with 122 hits and 16 doubles over the course of 157 games played. He also recorded a .349 on base percentage in his time at Tech. The 2012 Bulldogs ended the campaign as one of the more successful teams in head coach Wade Simoneaux’s 11-year tenure at Tech after reaching the semifinals of the WAC Tournament last season. That tournament showing has led to added experience to the 2013 team and excitement looms for the start of the new season.

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Jose State would brighten the mood within the locker room. The up-and-down season continued with the ’Dogs losing three straight games heading into the 2012 WAC Tournament in Mesa, Ariz. One of those losses came at the hands of No. 17 Arkansas in a 6-5 defeat in ten innings at Dickey-Stephens Park in Little Rock in front of a packed house. After losing two games at Fresno State to end the regular season, the Bulldogs would roll into the conference tournament as the sixth seed and in need of a confidence boost. Right from the start, Tech loss the tournament opener 4-3 to Nevada in a low-scoring affair between the two teams. Facing elimination, the Bulldogs would respond with an offensive onslaught, winning the next three games versus Hawai’i (W 9-6), New Mexico State (W 15-12) and a redemption win over the Wolfpack (W 18-5) in a game that saw Tech score a season-high 18 runs. With a semifinal appearance already clinched, Tech had one final showdown before becoming a finalist in the 2012 WAC Tournament. The Bulldogs battled Fresno State in their fifth game in four days. The West Coast Bulldogs eventually outlasted Tech 6-4 to advance in the tournament and send the ’Dogs home following the best showing in a postseason tournament since joining the WAC. Tech finished 2012 ranked amongst the top teams in the WAC as far as offensive production. The Bulldogs ranked second as a team in scoring, home runs and walks behind New Mexico State, while finished third in the conference in batting average and on base percentage at the conclusion of the 2012 season. As a team, Tech hit 38 home runs and posting a slugging percentage of .400. The team also totaled 263 runs batted in over the course of the season and had a team batting average of .287. Defensively, the 2012 ’Dogs were impressive on the diamond. The team turned 46 double plays on the season, while the pitching staff posted a 5.48 ERA and held opposing teams to a .283 batting average. The pitching staff also struck out 399 batters they faced last season and allowed 214 walks in 2012. The conclusion of the 2012 season saw the loss of three players as right hander Jeb Stefan and first baseman Alex Williams were both taken in the 2012 MLB Players Draft, while outfielder Justin Gordey graduated from Louisiana Tech. Williams was drafted in the 19th round by the Chicago White Sox, with Stefan going in the 22nd round by the Philadelphia Phillies. With Williams and Stefan being taken in the draft, it marks 18 student-athletes that have been drafted since Wade Simoneaux has been at the helm of the Bulldog baseball program. Williams made sure he left his mark on the Bulldog baseball program after he posted a .304 career batting average and finished tied for first with T.J. Soto and Wade Robinson for games played in a career

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2012 GAME RECAPS GAME 1: UT Arlington 17, LA Tech 10 Feb. 17 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. UT ARLINGTON 206 303 012 17 21 2 LOUISIANA TECH 001 040 401 10 15 2 WP: Day (1-0). LP: Stefan (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Kyle Arnsberg came off the bench to hit a 7th-inning grand slam and cut the Bulldogs’ deficit to five. Arnsberg finished the game 2-2 with 5 RBI and a run scored in the season-opening loss.

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GAME 2: UT Arlington 8, LA Tech 2 Feb. 19 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. UT ARLINGTON 300 004 001 8 13 1 LOUISIANA TECH 002 000 000 2 11 3 WP: Reynolds (1-0). LP: Gilley (0-1). SV: Boydston (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams hit a 2-run home run in the bottom of the third for the Bulldogs’ only two runs and his first home run of the season. Gilley pitched five innings of 3-run baseball with five strikeouts. GAME 3: LA Tech 8, UT Arlington 7 Feb. 19 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. UT ARLINGTON 001 030 030 7 11 0 LOUISIANA TECH 104 200 10X 8 16 1 WP: Petersen (1-0). LP: Merck (0-1). SV: Dudley (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams hit a 3-run bomb to right field in the bottom of the third to give Tech a 5-1 lead, which they would never relinquish. Dudley earned his first save of the season with 3.2 IP and four strikeouts. GAME 4: LA Tech 13, UAPB 8 Feb. 21 • Delta Natural Kraft Field • Pine Bluff, Ark. LOUISIANA TECH 050 000 107 13 14 2 UAPB 001 011 005 8 11 4 WP: Sadberry (1-0). LP: Schweiger (0-1). SV: Doss (1). HIGHLIGHTS: Tech scored seven runs in the top of the ninth innings for a come-from-behind victory. Kody Neel added a 3-run homerun to centerfield in the ninth to seal the win for the Bulldogs. GAME 5: LA Tech 11, UALR 9 Feb. 22 • Gary Hogan Field • Little Rock, Ark. LOUISIANA TECH 320 030 120 11 15 1 UALR 405 000 000 9 10 0 WP: Maton (1-0). LP: Buckley (0-1). SV: Dudley (2). HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams and Austin Hedges each homered as the Tech bullpen pitched 6.2 scoreless innings in relief and allowed just four hits. Phil Maton recorded his first win as a Bulldog. GAME 6: LA Tech 13, McNeese State 2 Feb. 24 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. MCNEESE STATE 000 001 100 2 61 LOUISIANA TECH 606 000 01X 13 17 0 WP: Stefan (1-1). LP: Miller (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Stefan went 5.1 innings for his first win of the season as Tech totaled 17 hits, including a six-RBI performance by Beau Bayliss who recorded a grand slam in the game.

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GAME 7: LA Tech 5, McNeese State 4 Feb. 25 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. MCNEESE STATE 002 200 000 4 11 2 LOUISIANA TECH 021 010 001 5 11 0 WP: Dudley (1-0). LP: Ware (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning to lead Louisiana Tech to its fifth consecutive victory in a low-scoring affair to move to 5-2 on the season. GAME 8: McNeese State 4, LA Tech 3 Feb. 26 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. MCNEESE STATE 001 002 001 472 LOUISIANA TECH 002 010 000 351 WP: Williams (1-0). LP: Ferguson (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Trevor Petersen pitched 6.2 innings as the Louisiana Tech baseball team fell to McNeese State to end the team’s five-game winning streak and drop to 5-3 on the season. GAME 9: LA Tech 11, UAPB 6 Feb. 28 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. UAPB 002 000 040 6 9 2 LOUISIANA TECH 321 050 00X 1112 6 WP: Sadberry (2-0). LP: Fuentes (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams was 3-for-5 with a run and an RBI and Tech combined for 11 runs on 12 hits. The Bulldogs used five different pitchers and 14 position players in the win. GAME 10: LA Tech 9, Vanderbilt 3 Feb. 29 • Hawkins Field • Nashville, Tenn. LOUISIANA TECH 320 000 121 9 13 0 VANDERBILT 100 002 000 3 61 WP: Maton (2-0). LP: Miller (0-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Maton threw for a career-high 7.0 innings and struck out eight. Ryan Gebhardt also set career-highs in hits and RBI as Gebhardt went 4-for-5 with three runs batted in. GAME 11: Middle Tennessee 13, LA Tech 4 March 3 •Reese Smith Jr. Field • Murfreesboro, Tenn. LOUISIANA TECH 200 001 100 4 8 2 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 001 040 80X 13 15 1 WP: Adkins (2-0). LP: Stefan (1-2). SV: McClung (2). HIGHLIGHTS: The Blue Raiders scored eight runs in the bottom of the eighth on three home runs, including a grand slam as Middle Tennessee took the first game of a doubleheader, 13-4. GAME 12: LA Tech 4, Middle Tennessee 3 March 3 •Reese Smith Jr. Field • Murfreesboro, Tenn. LOUISIANA TECH 102 010 000 4 11 1 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 100 101 000 3 10 1 WP: Gilley (1-1). LP: Frebis (1-1). SV: Dudley (3). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamie Gilley pitched 5.1 quality innings, allowing three runs while striking out six for his first victory of the season and first as a Bulldog. Caleb Dudley earned his third save of the season.

GAME 13: Middle Tennessee 4, LA Tech 2 March 4 •Reese Smith Jr. Field • Murfreesboro, Tenn. LOUISIANA TECH 000 020 000 2 3 2 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 200 002 00X 4 6 0 WP: Sisco (2-0). LP: Petersen (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Trevor Petersen pitched six quality innings of five hit baseball for his first loss of the season. Kody Neel hit his second homerun of the season with a ninthinning bomb. GAME 14: Centenary 14, LA Tech 8 March 6 • Sheehee Stadium • Shreveport, La. LOUISIANA TECH 200 010 320 8 11 3 CENTENARY 350 015 00X 14 16 2 WP: Parrott (1-0). LP: Sadberry (2-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Bre’shon Kimbell hit his first collegiate home run on a 3-for-5 night from the plate as the Bulldogs fell to the Gents of Centenary, 14-8. Chris Sadberry picked up his first loss of the season. GAME 15: LA Tech 8, Lamar 1 March 7 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. LAMAR 000 001 000 133 LOUISIANA TECH 210 212 00X 891 WP: Maton (3-0). LP: Hahn (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Phil Maton struck out a career-high 11 hitters in 6.2 innings and only gave up one run on two hits to earn his third win of the season. Alex Williams who was 2-for-4 with two RBI. GAME 16: Creighton 3, LA Tech 1 March 14 • Ameritrade Park • Omaha, Neb. LOUISIANA TECH 000 100 000 1 5 3 CREIGHTON 002 010 00X 3 5 2 WP: Koenigstein (1-3). LP: Stefan (1-3). SV: McGraw (3) HIGHLIGHTS: Jeb Stefan held Creighton to just five hits, but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs grounded into four double plays and committed three errors in the loss.

GAME 17: Nebraska 9, LA Tech 2 March 15 • Hawks Field • Lincoln, Neb. LOUISIANA TECH 001 010 000 2 6 1 NEBRASKA 110 021 04X 9 11 0 WP: Hirsch (2-1). LP: Maton (3-1). SV: Pierce (1) HIGHLIGHTS: Louisiana Tech left nine men on base while the Cornhuskers recorded 11 hits, including two home runs, to take game one of the four-game series. Maton was credited with his first loss of 2012. GAME 18: Nebraska 22, LA Tech 3 March 16 • Hawks Field • Lincoln, Neb. LOUISIANA TECH 000 002 100 3 12 2 NEBRASKA 143 604 04X 22 24 1 WP: Keller (3-0). LP: Petersen (1-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Trevor Petersen was charged with his second loss of the season after allowing six runs on four hits in just 2.0 innings of work. Gebhardt went 4-for-4 from the plate with two doubles.

GAME 19: Nebraska 11, LA Tech 4

GAME 20: LA Tech 6, Nebraska 5

GAME 21: LA Tech 2, Dallas Baptist 1 March 22 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. DALLAS BAPTIST 000 100 000 1 2 1 LOUISIANA TECH 010 001 00X 2 9 1 WP: Maton (4-1). LP: Sneed (4-2). SV: Dudley (4) HIGHLIGHTS: Dudley pitched a scoreless ninth, allowing one walk and striking out two to tie Buddy Aulds for most saves by any Bulldog pitcher in history. The save was Dudley’s fourth of the season. GAME 22: Dallas Baptist 7, LA Tech 3 March 23 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. DALLAS BAPTIST 200 003 200 7 13 0 LOUISIANA TECH 000 021 000 3 6 1 WP: Massey (4-1). LP: Stefan (1-4). HIGHLIGHTS: Beau Bayliss’ game tying two-run home run in the fifth inning was not enough as Louisiana Tech fell to Dallas Baptist, 7-3. Jeb Stefan was credited with his fourth loss of the season. GAME 23: Dallas Baptist 11, LA Tech 3 March 24 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. DALLAS BAPTIST 601 101 011 11 12 1 LOUISIANA TECH 100 000 020 3 8 2 WP: Elkins (2-0). LP: Petersen (1-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamie Gilley struck out seven hitters in five innings of relief. Gilley relieved Trevor Petersen as Petersen was credited with his third loss of the season. Williams was 1-for-5 with a solo home run. GAME 24: LA Tech 8, Northwestern St. 2 March 27 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. NORTHWESTERN ST. 001 000 001 2 7 1 LOUISIANA TECH 130 031 00X 8 12 0 WP: Maton (5-1). LP: Williford (0-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Beau Bayliss, Austin Hedges and Jacob Derouen were a combined 9-for-12 from the plate as Louisiana Tech defeated Northwestern State (10-13), 8-2.

GAME 26: Oral Roberts 9, LA Tech 1 March 30 • J.L. Johnson Stadium • Tulsa, Okla. LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 100 1 5 1 ORAL ROBERTS 000 602 10X 9 12 1 WP: Torrence (2-4). LP: Stefan (1-5). HIGHLIGHTS: Jeb Stefan was credited with the loss after allowing eight runs and striking out four in 5.1 innings. Taylor Terrasas extended his reached base safely streak to 12 games in a 1-for-3 performance. GAME 27: Oral Roberts 14, LA Tech 4 March 31 • J.L. Johnson Stadium • Tulsa, Okla. LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 703 4 10 4 ORAL ROBERTS 021 006 50X 14 18 0 WP: Gonzalez (3-1). LP: Maton (5-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Taylor Burch went 3-for-4 from the plate as the sophomore recorded three hits for the first time in his career. Phil Maton was credited with the loss after allowing three runs in 5.0 innings. GAME 28: LA Tech 3, Oral Roberts 2 April 1 • J.L. Johnson Stadium • Tulsa, Okla. LOUISIANA TECH 000 011 001 362 ORAL ROBERTS 010 000 010 261 WP: Dudley (4-0). LP: Rush (0-2). HIGHLIGHTS: An RBI-triple by Sam Alvis in the top of the ninth inning led Louisiana Tech (14-14) to a 3-2 victory in the series finale at Oral Roberts. The win was Wade Simoneaux’s 250th career victory. GAME 29: LA Tech 4, Grambling State 1 April 4 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. GRAMBLING STATE 001 000 000 1 4 2 LOUISIANA TECH 200 200 00X 4 6 0 WP: Petersen (2-3). LP: Moreau (1-3). SV: Dudley (5) HIGHLIGHTS: Caleb Dudley threw seven pitches for his 19th career save as the right hander set the all-time saves record at Louisiana Tech and passed Buddy Aulds for sole possession of first place. GAME 30: LA Tech 7, Sacramento St. 5 April 6 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SACRAMENTO STATE 003 200 000 5 9 1 LOUISIANA TECH 002 050 00X 7 12 0 WP: Stefan (2-5). LP: Mendonca (4-4). SV: Dudley (6) HIGHLIGHTS: Ryan Gebhardt hit his first career home run and went 3-for-5 with two runs scored in the victory. Jeb Stefan picked up his second win of the season. Dudley earned his sixth save of the season.

April 7 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SACRAMENTO STATE 002 000 000 2 9 0 LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 100 1 5 1 WP: Leitao (3-2). LP: Maton (5-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Phil Maton was credited with the loss after allowing just two runs in 6.1 innings. Alex Williams was 2-for-4 at the dish as the senior first baseman scored the lone run for the Bulldogs. GAME 32: Sacramento St. 11, LA Tech 6 April 8 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SACRAMENTO STATE 205 200 011 11 17 1 LOUISIANA TECH 210 201 000 6 11 1 WP: Chadwick (2-0). LP: Gilley (1-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Jamie Gilley picked up his third loss of the season after allowing seven runs in 2.2 IP. Alex Williams and Sam Alvis hit a solo home run apiece and Ryan Gebhardt was 2-for-4 with two RBI. GAME 33: LA Tech 9, Stephen F. Austin 5 April 10 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 201 000 020 5 7 3 LOUISIANA TECH 102 022 20X 9 11 3 WP: Carlisle (1-0). LP: Landers (0-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Ben Carlisle picked up his first win of the season after pitching a scoreless fifth inning, striking out one hitter. Taylor Burch hit his third home run of the season in the seventh inning.

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March 18 • Hawks Field • Lincoln, Neb. LOUISIANA TECH 310 020 000 6 12 2 NEBRASKA 000 500 000 5 10 0 WP: Dudley (2-0). LP: Bublitz (0-1). SV: Stefan (1) HIGHLIGHTS: Taylor Burch’s line drive home run in the top of the fifth inning was the eventual game-winner for Louisiana Tech as the Bulldogs defeated Nebraska, 6-5, in Game 4 of the series.

March 28 • Tiger Field • Grambling, La. LOUISIANA TECH 003 020 221 10 12 1 GRAMBLING STATE 040 020 120 9 92 WP: Dudley (3-0). LP: Moreau (1-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Austin Hedges followed a 3-for-4 performance by hitting the game winning home run for Louisiana Tech as the Bulldogs overcame a four-run deficit and defeated Grambling.

GAME 31: Sacramento St. 2, LA Tech 1

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March 17 • Hawks Field • Lincoln, Neb. LOUISIANA TECH 100 001 002 4 9 0 NEBRASKA 110 200 25X 11 17 1 WP: Lemke (2-1). LP: Gilley (1-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Terrasas went 3-for-5 from the plate, including a leadoff home run and two RBI. Jamie Gilley was charged with his 2nd loss of the season after allowing four runs on seven hits in 3.2 innings.

GAME 25: LA Tech 10, Grambling State 9

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GAME 34: Nevada 3, LA Tech 2 April 13 • Peccole Park • Reno, Nev. LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 002 2 4 0 NEVADA 100 000 20X 3 4 0 WP: Shipley (6-2). LP: Stefan (2-6). SV: Prihar (1) HIGHLIGHTS: Stefan was credited with the loss for the Bulldogs after striking out 10 in a season-high 6.2 innings. Tyler Qualls reached base in all four plate appearances in the loss. GAME 35: Nevada 7, LA Tech 4 April 14 • Peccole Park • Reno, Nev. LOUISIANA TECH 100 201 000 4 10 0 NEVADA 000 230 11X 7 11 1 WP: Wells (3-3). LP: Maton (5-4). SV: Gardner (8) HIGHLIGHTS: Tech stranded 12 runners on base and went 3-for-17 with runners in scoring position in the loss. Beau Bayliss hit a home run in the fourth inning for his third home run of the year. GAME 36: Nevada 4, LA Tech 3 April 15 • Peccole Park • Reno, Nev. LOUISIANA TECH 201 000 000 3 8 1 NEVADA 020 000 02X 4 4 2 WP:Timko (2-0). LP: Gilley (1-4). SV: Gardner (9) HIGHLIGHTS: Jamie Gilley fell to 1-4 on the year after allowing just one hit and two runs while striking out four in 5.0 innings of relief. Kody Neel went 2-for-3 from the plate with two doubles.

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2012 GAME RECAPS GAME 37: New Mexico State 3, LA Tech 2 April 19 • Presley Askew Field • Las Cruces, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 000 001 100 2 8 1 NEW MEXICO STATE 000 010 002 3 7 0 WP: Coffman (2-1). LP: Dudley (4-1). HIGHLIGHTS: Caleb Dudley was charged with his first loss of the season after allowing two runs in 1.1 innings while striking out two. Alex Williams notched his 10th home run of the season.

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GAME 38: New Mexico State 4, LA Tech 3 April 20 • Presley Askew Field • Las Cruces, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 000 003 000 3 8 0 NEW MEXICO STATE 000 000 112 4 8 0 WP: Roher (1-0). LP: Dudley (4-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Phil Maton did not receive a decision after throwing a season-high 114 pitches while holding the Aggies scoreless over 6.0 innings. Kimbell hit a 3-run homer for his second of the season. GAME 39: New Mexico St. 10, LA Tech 0 (7) April 21 • Presley Askew Field • Las Cruces, N.M. LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 0 0 7 1 NEW MEXICO STATE 004 200 4 10 9 0 WP: Ormseth (7-0). LP: Petersen (2-4). HIGHLIGHTS: Trevor Petersen was charged with his fourth loss of the season after allowing four runs - three earned - in two innings. Alex Williams went 3-for-4 from the plate with one double. GAME 40: LA Tech 11, UALR 2 April 24 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. UALR 001 000 010 2 54 LOUISIANA TECH 010 103 60X 11 13 3 WP: Petersen (3-4). LP: Schlechte (2-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Kimbell hit a 3-run shot in the 7th inning for his third home run of the season while Williams went 1-for-2 at the dish with two runs, two walks and an RBI. Gebhardt went 2-for4 with two singles and two RBI. GAME 41: Hawai’i 4, LA Tech 3 (12) April 26 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. HAWAI’I 000 100 002 001 473 LOUISIANA TECH 001 000 020 000 371 WP: Dowdy (2-2). LP: Dudley (4-4). SV: Harrison (7) HIGHLIGHTS: Gandy was 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI. Stefan went 8.1 innings and received a no decision after striking out eight batters. Dudley was charged with his third loss of the season. GAME 42: LA Tech 9, Hawai’i 4 April 27 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. HAWAI’I 020 001 010 4 6 2 LOUISIANA TECH 301 300 02X 9 12 0 WP: Maton (6-4). LP: Arakawa (5-4). SV: Gilley (1) HIGHLIGHTS: Bre’shon Kimbell hit a three run home run and drove in four and Phil Maton pitched struck out seven hitters in seven innings to earn his sixth win of the season.

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GAME 43: LA Tech 4, Hawai’i 1 April 28 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. HAWAI’I 010 000 000 1 10 0 LOUISIANA TECH 100 010 02X 4 10 2 WP: Petersen (4-4). LP: Squier (3-3). SV: Dudley (7) HIGHLIGHTS: Ryan Gebhardt went 3-for-5 from the plate and the Bulldog pitching staff allowed just one run. Trevor Petersen recorded his fourth win as the threw 5.1 innings of one-hit baseball. GAME 44: LA Tech 4, San Jose State 3 May 4 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SAN JOSE STATE 002 000 100 3 6 1 LOUISIANA TECH 001 002 001 4 9 0 WP: Gilley (2-4). LP: Contrades (1-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Austin Hedges was hit-by-a-pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth to bring home the winning run as Louisiana Tech defeated San Jose State, 4-3. GAME 45: LA Tech 10, San Jose State 5 May 5 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SAN JOSE STATE 000 110 030 5 10 1 LOUISIANA TECH 111 201 04X 10 12 1 WP: Maton (7-4). LP: Guzman (1-2). SV: Dudley (8) HIGHLIGHTS: Phil Maton picked up his seventh win of the season after allowing just two runs and striking out five in 7.0 innings. Terrasas and Kimbell combined to go 5-for-8 with four runs and six RBI. GAME 46: LA Tech 4, San Jose State 1 May 6 • J.C. Love Field • Ruston, La. SAN JOSE STATE 100 000 000 1 6 1 LOUISIANA TECH 102 010 00X 4 7 3 WP: Petersen (5-4). LP: Jones (3-3). SV: Gilley (2) HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williams hit his 11th home run of the season in the first inning and Trevor Petersen allowed just one run in seven innings as he picked up his fifth win on the year. GAME 47: Arkansas 6, LA Tech 5 (10) May 15 • Dickey-Stephens Park • Little Rock, Ark. LOUISIANA TECH 202 000 100 0 5 7 2 ARKANSAS 300 011 000 1 6 14 2 WP: Barrett (3-5). LP: Dudley (4-4). HIGHLIGHTS: Dudley was charged with the loss after giving up a single to Matt Reynolds, who eventually scored the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning to give Arkansas the win. GAME 48: Fresno State 12, LA Tech 2 (7) May 18 • Pete Beiden Field • Fresno, Calif. LOUISIANA TECH 002 000 0 2 40 FRESNO STATE 001 112 7 12 13 1 WP: Kendall (4-2). LP: Stefan (2-7). HIGHLIGHTS: Jeb Stefan was charged with the loss after allowing seven runs in 6.0 innings. Alex Williams went 1-for3 from the plate with a double and two RBI as he extended his hitting streak to 12 games.

GAME 49: Fresno State 4, LA Tech 0 May 19 • Pete Beiden Field • Fresno, Calif. LOUISIANA TECH 000 000 000 0 5 0 FRESNO STATE 000 012 10X 4 7 0 WP: Escat (2-0). LP: Maton (7-5). SV: Garrison (10) HIGHLIGHTS: Phil Maton held Fresno State scoreless through the first four innings and allowed just two base runners going into the fifth. He struck out three in five innings and allowed just one run in the loss. GAME 50: LA Tech 5, Fresno State 2 May 20 • Pete Beiden Field • Fresno, Calif. LOUISIANA TECH 310 000 001 5 8 2 FRESNO STATE 200 000 000 2 5 1 WP: Petersen (6-4). LP: Mundell (0-2). SV: Dudley (9) HIGHLIGHTS: Jacob Derouen hit a three-run double as four relief pitchers combined for 7.0 scoreless innings to lead Louisiana Tech to a 5-2 victory over Fresno State in the final regular season game. *GAME 51: Nevada 4, LA Tech 3 May 23 • Hohokam Stadium • Mesa, Ariz. LOUISIANA TECH 101 100 000 3 5 0 NEVADA 010 002 001 4 6 1 WP: Shipley (9-4). LP: Dudley (4-5). HIGHLIGHTS: Jeb Stefan pitched 8.0 innings and Alex Williams hit his 12th home run of the season in the third inning, but Louisiana Tech fell to Nevada on a walk-off home run in the WAC Tournament. *GAME 52: LA Tech 9, Hawai’i 6 May 24 • Hohokam Stadium • Mesa, Ariz. HAWAI’I 100 001 310 6 9 2 LOUISIANA TECH 131 300 10X 9 17 3 WP: Maton (8-5). LP: Sisto (8-4). SV: Gilley (3) HIGHLIGHTS: Justin Gordey went 4-for-4 from the plate with two runs scored and one RBI and Phil Maton struck out six in 6.1 innings to lead Tech to a 9-6 victory over Hawai’i in an elimination game. *GAME 53: LA Tech 15, New Mexico St. 12 May 25 • Hohokam Stadium • Mesa, Ariz. NEW MEXICO STATE 022 000 026 12 15 2 LOUISIANA TECH 203 030 52X 15 16 1 WP: Sadberry (3-1). LP: Mott (6-3). HIGHLIGHTS: Taylor Terrasas went 3-for-5 from the plate with a home run, his third of the season, three runs scored and a career-high five RBI as Tech eliminated New Mexico State with a 15-12 victory. *GAME 54: LA Tech 18, Nevada 5 (7) May 25 • Hohokam Stadium • Mesa, Ariz. LOUISIANA TECH 211 208 4 18 20 0 NEVADA 023 000 0 5 8 4 WP: Gilley (3-4). LP: Culligan (2-2). HIGHLIGHTS: Bre’shon Kimbell was perfect from the plate as Tech run ruled Nevada, 18-5, and eliminated the third team from the WAC Tournament in the second game the Bulldogs played on Friday.

*GAME 55: Fresno State 6, LA Tech 4

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May 26 • Hohokam Stadium • Mesa, Ariz. LOUISIANA TECH 020 200 000 4 12 3 FRESNO STATE 010 201 02X 6 11 1 WP: Garrison (1-2). LP: Dudley (4-6). HIGHLIGHTS: Tyler Qualls went 3-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored but Tech fell to Fresno State, 6-4, as Fresno State eliminated Tech from the 2012 WAC Tournament in the semifinals.

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2012 Louisiana Tech Baseball Overall Statistics for Louisiana Tech (as of Dec 10, 2012) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

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2012 OVERALL STATS Record: 27-28 Player

2 Gebhardt, Ryan 44 Williams, Alex 16 Hedges, Austin 15 Kimbell, Bre'shon 8 Gordey, Justin -------------------7 Terrasas, Taylor 12 Qualls, Tyler 3 Gandy, Stephen 20 Alvis, Sam 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 29 Neel, Kody 21 Derouen, Jacob 39 Burch, Taylor 4 White, Corey 19 Bayliss, Beau 22 Hesson, Chase 9 Jones, Ryan 26 Doss, Dakota 5 Dudley, Caleb 35 Sadberry, Chris

avg gp-gs 55-55 55-55 54-53 52-51 51-44

h

r

bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

76 14 72 11 56 8 49 8 41 7

0 1 27 93 0 12 46 119 0 2 26 70 0 6 38 75 0 1 12 51

.417 .548 .370 .419 .331

25 29 32 21 11

3 6 6 7 1

25 11 42 1 31 5 39 6 44 4

.411 .420 .409 .365 .317

2 11 5-7 3 0 5-9 3 0 8-11 4 0 4-7 1 3 2-4

po a 63 139 405 22 74 125 97 5 87 4

e 13 5 9 4 3

fld% .940 .988 .957 .962 .968

32-30 43-34 34-21 35-33 40-29 39-19 21-4 47-30 42-5 35-28 5-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-1

106 119 85 125 97 98 29 102 33 100 8 4 0 0 0

29 13 15 23 25 11 2 14 9 13 0 0 0 0 0

36 10 40 4 24 6 35 6 27 5 25 6 7 1 23 5 7 0 18 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 1 1 1 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

21 20 6 7 13 15 3 7 3 19 0 0 0 0 0

55 47 33 46 35 40 8 37 9 28 1 0 0 0 0

.519 .395 .388 .368 .361 .408 .276 .363 .273 .280 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000

15 17 8 11 21 6 2 11 1 6 1 0 0 0 0

7 1 2 2 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

15 18 14 29 24 28 3 32 5 20 0 1 0 0 0

1 5 2 3 2 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

.443 .417 .358 .348 .417 .318 .290 .307 .257 .234 .222 .000 .000 .000 .000

3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 1-4 0-2 2-4 1-2 2-2 0-0 2-2 2-3 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

23 217 34 66 154 40 21 62 19 19 14 0 1 5 2

36 30 1 5 16 1 1 5 3 44 1 2 2 7 8

12 4 0 2 6 1 1 0 0 9 0 2 0 0 2

.831 .984

2 38

263

747

.400

217 43

370

47

.371 18 36

37-62

1428

513

74

.963

115 14 39

311

788

.422

214 61

399

37

.371 22 36

56-75

1427

602

69

.967

55

1868

308

537

Opponents

.283

55

1868

340

528

92

tb slg%

WAC: 7-11

44 38 27 23 22

.287

rbi

Neutral: 3-3

ab

Totals

2b 3b hr

Away: 8-17

223 217 189 179 154

.341 .332 .296 .274 .266 .340 .336 .282 .280 .278 .255 .241 .225 .212 .180 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000

Home: 16-8

3 1 1 3 7 0 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

.973 .966 .976 .957 1.000 1.000

.875 1.000

.500 1.000 1.000

.833

LOB - Team (447), Opp (438). DPs turned - Team (46), Opp (56). CI - Team (5), Arnsberg 4, Qualls 1. IBB - Team (12), Williams 10, Terrasas 1, Alvis, S. 1, Opp (12). Picked off - Bayliss 2, Alvis, S. 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

24 Maton, Phil 11 Gilley, Jamie 31 Stefan, Jeb -------------------19 Bayliss, Beau 5 Dudley, Caleb 20 Alvis, Sam 22 Hesson, Chase 35 Sadberry, Chris 23 Petersen, Trevor 37 Carlisle, Ben 14 Antony, Mitch 26 Doss, Dakota 6 Ferguson, James 18 Fairbanks, Benn

era

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

2.93 4.03 4.89

8-5 3-4 2-7

18 12 25 6 16 13

0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0

0 3 1

89.0 67.0 84.2

78 67 86

36 34 53

29 30 46

22 21 40

79 82 81

20 14 16

1 1 3

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

4 7 4

.237 3 15 .261 3 6 .275 13 8

1 3 2

3 2 4

9 6 6

0.00 3.70 4.56 5.40 5.71 7.13 7.48 8.80 10.93 14.94 99.00

0-0 4-6 0-0 0-0 3-1 6-4 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

1 0 29 0 16 0 7 0 13 9 16 12 13 1 9 1 13 0 13 1 3 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

1.1 48.2 23.2 6.2 34.2 53.0 21.2 15.1 14.0 15.2 0.2

1 52 24 9 43 60 28 22 24 28 6

1 24 17 7 29 45 18 19 18 28 11

0 20 12 4 22 42 18 15 17 26 10

0 20 11 4 17 41 8 6 3 15 6

0 30 22 1 28 35 13 7 12 8 1

1 14 4 0 12 4 9 7 5 7 2

0 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 1

0 3 1 1 1 4 3 5 5 1 0

.167 0 .272 4 .261 2 .321 0 .309 5 .282 11 .315 2 .349 0 .364 0 .373 2 .857 0

0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0

0 0 2 2 0 3 2 1 1 1 1

0 4 1 0 4 4 0 1 0 1 0

1 5 0 0 3 3 3 5 4 6 2

Totals

5.48

27-28

55 55

0

0/0

14

476.0

528

340

290

214

399

115

14

39

.283

45 61 11 22

36

Opponents

5.05

28-27

55 55

3

2/2

9

475.2

537

308

267

217

370

92

2

38

.287

36 43

36

PB - Team (7), Qualls 4, Arnsberg 3, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (8), Gilley 3, Qualls 3, Petersen 1, Carlisle 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Qualls (25-34), Arnsberg (25-32), Gilley (17-22), Stefan (10-17), Maton (8-10), Petersen (5-7), Alvis, S. (5-5), Derouen (4-4), Sadberry (3-3), Hesson (2-3), Antony (2-3), Ferguson (3-3), Fairbanks (2-2), Dudley (1-1), Doss (0-1), Carlisle (0-1).

78

1.000

4 18

2012 Louisiana Tech Baseball Conference statistics for Louisiana Tech (as of Dec 10, 2012) (WAC games only Sorted by Batting avg)

2012 WAC STATS Record: 7-11

avg gp-gs

.311 .308 .299 .254 .244 .196 .196

16-13 18-18 18-18 18-18 16-15 15-15 17-17

r

h

2b 3b hr

rbi

tb slg%

bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

po

a

e fld%

5 13 10 4 11 15 15

2 0 4 2 2 0 0

.385 .444 .385 .360 .306 .237 .292

1 0 1 1 0 0 1

1 0 6 0 2 2 0

0-0 1-2 1-3 3-3 1-1 0-1 1-2

80

13

1 .989

156

8

1 .994

23

41

1 .985

26

44

3 .959

29

1

0 1.000

0 3 1 6 3 6 0 4 1 8 0 1 1 11 0 2 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

.364 .346 .449 .280 .444 .200 .235 .222 .000

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 3 1 1 0 2 0 0

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 8-16

45 1 14 65 9 20 67 11 20 63 7 16 45 5 11 56 7 11 56 5 11

0 5 2 1 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 3 8 1 7 0 6 0 4 1 3 3 14

14 34 25 17 11 15 21

.311 6 .523 12 .373 9 .270 8 .244 3 .268 3 .375 7

0 4 1 3 1 0 1

21 25 37 24 26 5 30 8 0

2 7 1 8 9 11 3 6 5 6 0 1 3 4 1 1 0 0

1 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

11 12 17 10 7 2 4 1 0

.524 .480 .459 .417 .269 .400 .133 .125 .000

3 2 6 3 0 3 0 0 0

1 0 8 1 9 0 3 1 0

Totals

.257

18

573

69 147

21

0 11

61 201

.351

71 16 114

12

.352

5 19

Opponents

.260

18

570

85 148

33

1 11

81 216

.379

71 21 119

13

.358

9 19 11-17

29

1

0 1.000

10

0

1 .909 3 .842

4

12

10

0

0 1.000

9

15

3 .889

15

0

0 1.000

38

3

1 .976

0

0

0 .000

19

3

0 1.000

8

1

0 1.000

3

3

0 1.000

467 171

14 .979

465 202

15 .978

LOB - Team (150), Opp (139). DPs turned - Team (16), Opp (15). CI - Team (1), Arnsberg 1. IBB - Team (4), Williams 4, Opp (3).Picked off - Bayliss 2, Alvis, S. 1.

(WAC games only Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

w-l

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

2.00 2.95 3.28 4.83

0-3 2-3 1-2 1-2

12 6 12 6

0 6 1 6

0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

4 0 2 0

18.0 36.2 24.2 41.0

16 35 17 36

7 14 13 22

4 12 9 22

8 7 11 23

11 27 30 36

4 7 5 10

0 0 0 1

1 2 1 3

.242 .257 .202 .252

4 0 1 3

1 5 4 4

0 0 0 2

0 0 0 3

3 5 4 3

0.00 0.00 4.76 4.86 5.68 13.50 24.55

0-0 0-0 0-0 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

2 1 4 5 3 2 4

0 0 0 4 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 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 0.2 5.2 16.2 6.1 1.1 3.2

1 0 2 25 5 3 8

0 0 3 10 4 2 10

0 0 3 9 4 2 10

1 0 6 7 3 2 3

1 0 4 6 3 0 1

0 0 0 2 2 0 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 2 1 0 1

.200

0 0 0 2 0 0 1

0 0 0 1 3 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 2 2 1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 3 0 1

Totals

4.34

7-11

18 18

0

0/0

6

155.2

148

85

75

71

119

33

1

11

.260

11 21

3

9

19

Opponents

3.31

11-7

18 18

1

2/2

5

155.0

147

69

57

71

114

21

0

11

.257

9 16

1

5

19

5 Dudley, Caleb 24 Maton, Phil 11 Gilley, Jamie 31 Stefan, Jeb -------------------26 Doss, Dakota 22 Hesson, Chase 20 Alvis, Sam 23 Petersen, Trevor 35 Sadberry, Chris 37 Carlisle, Ben 6 Ferguson, James

app gs

B A S E B A L L

.333 8-6 .320 13-5 .297 13-12 .250 9-6 .231 13-8 .200 2-1 .133 13-9 .125 15-1 .000 1-0

ab

WAC: 7-11

B U L L D O G

12 Qualls, Tyler 44 Williams, Alex 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 16 Hedges, Austin 8 Gordey, Justin 20 Alvis, Sam 15 Kimbell, Bre'shon -------------------19 Bayliss, Beau 29 Neel, Kody 7 Terrasas, Taylor 3 Gandy, Stephen 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 21 Derouen, Jacob 39 Burch, Taylor 4 White, Corey 5 Dudley, Caleb

Away: 1-8

2 0 1 3

Player

Home: 6-3

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

.118 .329 .250 .500 .471

PB - Team (3), Qualls 2, Arnsberg 1, Opp (1). Pickoffs - Team (2), Qualls 1, Gilley 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Qualls (8-13), Gilley (5-7), Stefan (3-6), Arnsberg (3-4), Maton (2-3), Ferguson (1-1).

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B U L L D O G

B A S E B A L L

2012 RESULTS Date

Feb 17, 2012 Feb 19, 2012 Feb 19, 2012 Feb 21, 2012 Feb 22, 2012 Feb 24, 2012 Feb 25, 2012 Feb 26, 2012 Feb 28, 2012 Feb 29, 2012 Mar 03, 2012 Mar 03, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 06, 2012 Mar 07, 2012 Mar 14, 2012 Mar 15, 2012 Mar 16, 2012 Mar 17, 2012 Mar 18, 2012 Mar 22, 2012 Mar 23, 2012 Mar 24, 2012 Mar 27, 2012 Mar 28, 2012 Mar 30, 2012 Mar 31, 2012 Apr 01, 2012 Apr 04, 2012 * Apr 06, 2012 * Apr 07, 2012 * Apr 08, 2012 Apr 10, 2012 * Apr 13, 2012 * Apr 14, 2012 * Apr 15, 2012 * Apr 19, 2012 * Apr 20, 2012 * Apr 21, 2012 Apr 24, 2012 * Apr 26, 2012 * Apr 27, 2012 * Apr 28, 2012 * May 04, 2012 * May 05, 2012 * May 06, 2012 May 15, 2012 * May 18, 2012 * May 19, 2012 * May 20, 2012 May 23, 2012 May 24, 2012 May 25, 2012 May 25, 2012 May 26, 2012

Opponent

TEXAS ARLINGTON TEXAS ARLINGTON-1 TEXAS ARLINGTON-2 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Arkansas-Little Rock MCNEESE ST MCNEESE ST MCNEESE ST ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF at Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee-1 at Middle Tennessee-2 at Middle Tennessee at Centenary LAMAR at Creighton at Nebraska at Nebraska at Nebraska at Nebraska DALLAS BAPTIST DALLAS BAPTIST DALLAS BAPTIST NORTHWESTERN ST LA at Grambling State at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts GRAMBLING STATE SACRAMENTO STATE SACRAMENTO STATE SACRAMENTO STATE STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at Nevada at Nevada at Nevada at New Mexico State at New Mexico State at New Mexico State ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK HAWAI'I HAWAI'I HAWAI'I SAN JOSE STATE SAN JOSE STATE SAN JOSE STATE vs #17 Arkansas at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State vs Nevada vs Hawai'i vs New Mexico State vs Nevada vs Fresno State

* = Conference game () extra inning game

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L L W W W W W L W W L W L L W L L L L W W L L W W L L W W W L L W L L L L L L W L W W W W W L L L W L W W W L

Score

Inns

Overall

WAC

10-17 2-8 8-7 13-8 11-9 13-2 5-4 3-4 11-6 9-3 4-13 4-3 2-4 8-14 8-1 1-3 2-9 3-22 4-11 6-5 2-1 3-7 3-11 8-2 10-9 1-9 4-14 3-2 4-1 7-5 1-2 6-11 9-5 2-3 4-7 3-4 2-3 3-4 0-10 11-2 3-4 9-4 4-1 4-3 10-5 4-1 5-6 2-12 0-4 5-2 3-4 9-6 15-12 18-5 4-6

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 (12) 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 7 9 9 9 9 9 7 9

0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 7-3-0 7-4-0 8-4-0 8-5-0 8-6-0 9-6-0 9-7-0 9-8-0 9-9-0 9-10-0 10-10-0 11-10-0 11-11-0 11-12-0 12-12-0 13-12-0 13-13-0 13-14-0 14-14-0 15-14-0 16-14-0 16-15-0 16-16-0 17-16-0 17-17-0 17-18-0 17-19-0 17-20-0 17-21-0 17-22-0 18-22-0 18-23-0 19-23-0 20-23-0 21-23-0 22-23-0 23-23-0 23-24-0 23-25-0 23-26-0 24-26-0 24-27-0 25-27-0 26-27-0 27-27-0 27-28-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 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 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 1-6-0 1-7-0 1-8-0 1-8-0 1-9-0 2-9-0 3-9-0 4-9-0 5-9-0 6-9-0 6-9-0 6-10-0 6-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0

Pitcher of record

Attend

Time

Stefan (L 0-1) Gilley (L 0-1) Petersen (W 1-0) Sadberry (W 1-0) Maton (W 1-0) Stefan (W 1-1) Dudley (W 1-0) Ferguson (L 0-1) Sadberry (W 2-0) Maton (W 2-0) Stefan (L 1-2) Gilley (W 1-1) Petersen (L 1-1) Sadberry (L 2-1) Maton (W 3-0) Stefan (L 1-3) Maton (L 3-1) Petersen (L 1-2) Gilley (L 1-2) Dudley (W 2-0) Maton (W 4-1) Stefan (L 1-4) Petersen (L 1-3) Maton (W 5-1) Dudley (W 3-0) Stefan (L 1-5) Maton (L 5-2) Dudley (W 4-0) Petersen (W 2-3) Stefan (W 2-5) Maton (L 5-3) Gilley (L 1-3) Carlisle (W 1-0) Stefan (L 2-6) Maton (L 54-0) Gilley (L 1-4) Dudley (L 4-1) Dudley (L 4-2) Petersen (L 2-4) Petersen (W 3-4) Dudley (L 4-3) Maton (W 6-4) Petersen (W 4-4) Gilley (W 2-4) Maton (W 7-4) Petersen (W 5-4) Dudley (L 4-4) Stefan (L 2-7) Maton (L 7-5) Petersen (W 6-4) Dudley (L 4-5) Maton (W 8-5) Sadberry (W 3-1) Gilley (W 3-4) Dudley (L 4-6)

1077 977 977 176 148 1047 923 913 202 2028 307 315 312 1014 863 2620 2414 2918 3244 2759 815 962 989 1307 400 1235 461 475 1067 945 963 177 905 391 387 474 203 306 288 831 731 857 1009 876 870 891 10512 1574 1545 1560 625 0 0 0 0

3:12 2:32 2:54 2:53 2:40 2:08 2:21 2:14 2:52 2:21 2:36 2:29 2:02 2:33 2:13 1:51 2:25 2:40 2:53 2:50 2:16 2:33 2:39 2:25 2:40 2:13 2:24 2:29 2:00 2:24 1:50 2:45 2:51 2:24 2:35 2:44 2:25 2:50 2:31 2:57 2:40 2:15 2:30 2:35 2:48 2:32 3:35 1:40 2:19 2:32 2:13 2:36 3:33 2:55 2:41

2012 Louisiana Tech Baseball Miscellaneous Stats for Louisiana Tech (as of Dec 11, 2012) (All games) 3 9 5 3 4 2 3 1 4 1 1 1 2 1 37

4 5+ Total 2 25 21 14 1 12 10 9 1 9 8 5 5 5 4 4 1 4 0 132

Longest Current

19 10 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 1

19 6 4 7 2 5 2 4 1 -

Multiple RBI Games 44 Williams, Alex 15 Kimbell, Bre'shon 7 Terrasas, Taylor 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 16 Hedges, Austin 12 Qualls, Tyler 19 Bayliss, Beau 29 Neel, Kody 3 Gandy, Stephen 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 21 Derouen, Jacob 20 Alvis, Sam 8 Gordey, Justin 39 Burch, Taylor TEAM

Reached Base Streaks

44 Williams, Alex 7 Terrasas, Taylor 16 Hedges, Austin 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 8 Gordey, Justin 3 Gandy, Stephen 15 Kimbell, Bre'shon 12 Qualls, Tyler 20 Alvis, Sam 39 Burch, Taylor 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 29 Neel, Kody 19 Bayliss, Beau 4 White, Corey 22 Hesson, Chase 21 Derouen, Jacob

2 7 5 6 4 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 41

3 4 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 14

4 5+ Total 11 2 1 10 1 7 6 5 5 1 5 4 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 4 61

Longest Current

25 16 14 12 9 9 9 7 6 6 6 5 4 3 2 2

25 16 6 7 2 6 7 5 4 1 2 -

B A S E B A L L

Hitting Streaks 44 Williams, Alex 16 Hedges, Austin 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 8 Gordey, Justin 12 Qualls, Tyler 15 Kimbell, Bre'shon 7 Terrasas, Taylor 20 Alvis, Sam 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 3 Gandy, Stephen 39 Burch, Taylor 29 Neel, Kody 19 Bayliss, Beau 4 White, Corey 21 Derouen, Jacob 22 Hesson, Chase

2 14 16 11 7 8 6 7 4 4 4 4 2 4 91

B U L L D O G

Multiple Hit Games 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 44 Williams, Alex 16 Hedges, Austin 15 Kimbell, Bre'shon 20 Alvis, Sam 12 Qualls, Tyler 8 Gordey, Justin 7 Terrasas, Taylor 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 39 Burch, Taylor 29 Neel, Kody 19 Bayliss, Beau 3 Gandy, Stephen 21 Derouen, Jacob TEAM

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2012 MISCELLANEOUS STATS 2012 Louisiana Tech Baseball Miscellaneous Stats for Louisiana Tech (as of Dec 11, 2012) (All games) Starting Lineup By Position (Team W-L record when starter) PITCHER: 31 Stefan, Jeb 13 (3-10) 23 Petersen, Trevor 12 (7-5) 24 Maton, Phil 12 (6-6) 35 Sadberry, Chris 9 (6-3) 11 Gilley, Jamie 6 (3-3) 14 Antony, Mitch 1 (1-0) 37 Carlisle, Ben 1 (0-1) 6 Ferguson, James 1 (1-0) CATCHER: 12 Qualls, Tyler 31 (13-18) 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 21 (12-9) 22 Hesson, Chase 2 (1-1) 21 Derouen, Jacob 1 (1-0) FIRST BASE: 44 Williams, Alex 46 (20-26) 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 9 (7-2) SECOND BASE: 16 Hedges, Austin 52 (25-27) 7 Terrasas, Taylor 3 (2-1) THIRD BASE: 19 Bayliss, Beau 28 (14-14) 7 Terrasas, Taylor 24 (11-13) 16 Hedges, Austin 1 (1-0) 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 1 (1-0) 9 Jones, Ryan 1 (0-1) SHORTSTOP: 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 55 (27-28) LEFT FIELD: 3 Gandy, Stephen 21 (13-8) 29 Neel, Kody 15 (7-8) 20 Alvis, Sam 12 (5-7) 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 7 (2-5) CENTER FIELD: 8 Gordey, Justin 44 (20-24) 20 Alvis, Sam 6 (3-3) 4 White, Corey 5 (4-1) RIGHT FIELD: 39 Burch, Taylor 30 (10-20) 20 Alvis, Sam 11 (8-3) 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 10 (6-4) 29 Neel, Kody 4 (3-1) DESIGNATED HITTER: 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 24 (8-16) 44 Williams, Alex 9 (7-2) 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 8 (5-3) 20 Alvis, Sam 4 (2-2)

12 Qualls, Tyler 3 (1-2) 21 Derouen, Jacob 3 (2-1) 7 Terrasas, Taylor 3 (1-2) 35 Sadberry, Chris 1 (1-0) Starting Lineup By Lineup Spot (Team W-L record when starter) LEADOFF: 7 Terrasas, Taylor 21 (10-11) 20 Alvis, Sam 15 (7-8) 3 Gandy, Stephen 5 (3-2) 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 4 (3-1) 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 4 (0-4) 4 White, Corey 3 (3-0) 29 Neel, Kody 1 (0-1) 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 1 (0-1) 8 Gordey, Justin 1 (1-0) 2ND SPOT: 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 54 (27-27) 12 Qualls, Tyler 1 (0-1) 3RD SPOT: 44 Williams, Alex 50 (24-26) 16 Hedges, Austin 5 (3-2) CLEANUP: 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 37 (18-19) 7 Terrasas, Taylor 6 (4-2) 44 Williams, Alex 5 (3-2) 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 4 (0-4) 20 Alvis, Sam 2 (2-0) 22 Hesson, Chase 1 (0-1) 5TH SPOT: 16 Hedges, Austin 39 (19-20) 15 Kimbell, Bre’shon 10 (6-4) 12 Qualls, Tyler 2 (1-1) 20 Alvis, Sam 1 (0-1) 7 Terrasas, Taylor 1 (0-1) 29 Neel, Kody 1 (1-0) 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 1 (0-1) 6TH SPOT: 12 Qualls, Tyler 24 (9-15) 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 14 (9-5) 29 Neel, Kody 6 (4-2) 3 Gandy, Stephen 4 (3-1) 21 Derouen, Jacob 3 (2-1) 8 Gordey, Justin 2 (0-2) 20 Alvis, Sam 1 (0-1) 16 Hedges, Austin 1 (0-1) 7TH SPOT: 8 Gordey, Justin 21 (10-11)

20 Alvis, Sam 11 (7-4) 3 Gandy, Stephen 6 (3-3) 39 Burch, Taylor 5 (3-2) 16 Hedges, Austin 5 (3-2) 29 Neel, Kody 2 (1-1) 7 Terrasas, Taylor 2 (0-2) 12 Qualls, Tyler 2 (0-2) 9 Jones, Ryan 1 (0-1) 8TH SPOT: 39 Burch, Taylor 18 (5-13) 29 Neel, Kody 9 (4-5) 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 6 (5-1) 12 Qualls, Tyler 5 (4-1) 3 Gandy, Stephen 5 (3-2) 16 Hedges, Austin 3 (1-2) 20 Alvis, Sam 2 (1-1) 4 White, Corey 2 (1-1) 8 Gordey, Justin 2 (0-2) 35 Sadberry, Chris 1 (1-0) 22 Hesson, Chase 1 (1-0) 21 Derouen, Jacob 1 (1-0) 9TH SPOT: 19 Bayliss, Beau 28 (14-14)

2012 Louisiana Tech Baseball Miscellaneous Stats for Louisiana Tech (as of Dec 11, 2012) (All games) STARTERS SUMMARY

p

c

1b

2b

Position 3b ss lf

44 Williams, Alex 2 Gebhardt, Ryan 16 Hedges, Austin 15 Kimbell, Bre'sh 8 Gordey, Justin 12 Qualls, Tyler 20 Alvis, Sam 39 Burch, Taylor 7 Terrasas, Taylo 28 Arnsberg, Kyle 19 Bayliss, Beau 3 Gandy, Stephe 29 Neel, Kody 31 Stefan, Jeb 24 Maton, Phil 23 Petersen, Trev 35 Sadberry, Chri 11 Gilley, Jamie 4 White, Corey 21 Derouen, Jaco 22 Hesson, Chase 9 Jones, Ryan 6 Ferguson, Jame 14 Antony, Mitch 37 Carlisle, Ben

55 55 53 51 44 34 33 30 30 29 28 21 19 13 12 12 9 6 5 4 2 1 1 1 1

. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 12 12 9 6 . . . . 1 1 1

. . . . . 31 . . . 21 . . . . . . . . . 1 2 . . . .

46 . . 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 52 . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 1 1 . . . . 24 . 28 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . .

. 55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 7 . . 12 . . . . 21 15 . . . . . . . . . . . .

cf

rf

of

dh

. . . . 44 . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . .

. . . 10 . . 11 30 . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9 . . 24 . 3 4 . 3 8 . . . . . . 1 . . 3 . . . . .

Batting Order 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

. 1 . 4 1 . 15 . 21 4 . 5 1 . . . . . 3 . . . . . .

. 54 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

50 . 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5 . . 37 . . 2 . 6 4 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . .

. . 39 10 . 2 1 . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 1 . 2 24 1 . . 14 . 4 6 . . . . . . 3 . . . . .

. . 5 . 21 2 11 5 2 . . 6 2 . . . . . . . . 1 . . .

. . 3 . 2 5 2 18 . 6 . 5 9 . . . 1 . 2 1 1 . . . .

. . . . 18 . 1 7 . . 28 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . .

B A S E B A L L

GS

B U L L D O G

Player

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Single-Season Team Highs Wins Wins 46 43 43 42 40

Year 1978 1980 1987 1988 1982

Losses Losses 39 38 37 37 34

Year 2005 2004 2002 1999 1998

Winning Pct. Pct. Year .826 1960 .793 1947 .778 1961 .754 1987 .750 Two times

Winning Streak Wins Year 13 1978 13 1987 12 1972 11 1979 11 1985

Losing Streak Losses Year 11 2008 9 2011 9 2004 9 1993 8 Two times

At-Bats AB Year 2072 2010 2069 2007 2019 2011 2019 2006 1988 Two times

Hits Hits 697 642 628 609 596

Year 2010 2007 2006 1986 1997

Runs Runs 487 447 447 438 434

Year 2010 2007 1988 2009 1986

Home Runs HR Year 102 1988 92 2009 81 2010 76 1989 75 2001

Runs Batted In RBI Year 441 2010 408 2 times 396 1988 384 2006 379 2001

Walks BB 297 294 293 288 280

Year 1982 1980 1986 1984 2007

Hits Allowed Hits Year 718 2004 647 1997 625 2010 622 1999 574 2008 Complete Games CG Year 26 1980 25 1971 25 1973 24 1976 24 1978

Best ERA ERA Year 2.53 1971 2.69 1972 2.86 1973 3.26 1985 3.39 1970 Strikeouts SO Year 452 2007 452 2002 425 2005 405 2006 388 1980

Worst ERA ERA Year 8.44 1998 7.37 2004 7.33 2010 7.26 1997 7.24 2009 Hit by Pitches Shutouts HB Year SH Year 77 2004 11 1978 75 2007 10 1984 67 2009 8 1972 66 2008 8 1974 63 2002 8 1985

Putouts PO Year 1553 2011 1539 2007 1537 2006 1516 2004 1493 1986

Assists A 676 665 651 627 611

Errors E 133 127 113 112 104

Hitting Highest Batting Avg. Avg. Year .343 1958 .336 2010 .323 2009 .320 1977 .311 2006

Lowest Batting Avg. Avg. Year .214 1964 .226 1957 .237 1969 .238 1965 .242 1966

Doubles Triples 2B Year 3B 141 2010 19 119 2001 19 110 1997 16 109 2004 16 108 2 times 14

Year 1970 1986 2007 1977 1981

Strikeouts K Year 491 2004 467 2003 462 1999 425 2005 411 2002

Stolen Bases SB Year 119 1997 107 1986 96 1972 87 1996 86 2003

Pitching Saves SV Year 18 2011 14 1980 13 1977 12 1996 11 Four times

Innings IP Year 517.2 2011 513.0 2007 512.2 2006 509.1 1980 505.1 2004

Runs Allowed Runs Year 523 1998 516 2004 456 2010 441 1997 437 1999

Walks BB Year 362 1980 298 1982 287 1984 283 2 times 279 1990

Defense Best Fielding Pct. Pct. Year .966 2007 .965 2006 .962 Five times

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Worst Fielding Pct. Pct. Year .924 1954 .927 1953 .931 1955 .931 1965 .933 1951

Year 1982 2004 1986 2006 2007

Year 2004 1982 1997 1980 2001

Wild Pitches WP Year 83 2001 72 2010 70 2011 70 2007 64 Two times

Career Batting

1997-00 220 2009-12 175 1994-97 171 1991-94 167 1981-84 152 1999-02 150 2005-08 144 1974-77 143 2006-08 138 1988-89 138 1997-00 269 2009-12 253 1994-97 247 2001-03 240 1999-02 231 1989-92 232 1991-94 230 2005-08 226 1977-80 222 1981-84 220 1985-87 172 1972-75 124 2005-08 118 1979-82 105 1993-96 100 1976-79 97 1975-78 94 1989-92 90 1968-71 89 2009-12 87

1997-00 202 1989-92 156 2005-08 147 2009-12 142 2005-08 139 1977-80 135 1976-79 135 2001-03 132 1995-97 131 2001-03 131 1997-00 211 2005-08 165 1995-97 164 2009-12 160 2005-08 159 2006-08 147 1988-91 139 1994-97 133 1995-98 133 2001-03 128 1969-72 1983-86 1969-72 2006-09 1976-79 1969-72 1980-82 1993-96 1997-00 1983-84

75 65 63 52 52 43 43 43 41 39

Doubles 1. T. J. Soto 2. Carl Boyd 3. Jay Adcock 4. Chris Loy Alex Williams 6. Adam Cobb Wade Robinson 8. Tony Lawrence 9. Dale Holman 10. Charlie Jones Daniel Robinson

1997-00 1981-84 1977-80 1994-97 2009-12 2005-08 2001-03 1995-97 1977-79 1991-94 1989-92

58 53 46 45 45 43 43 42 41 40 40

Triples 1. John Cassibry Bill Laird 3. Jay Adcock Bobby Brasher Dale Holman 6. Adam Cobb Wade Robinson 8. T. J. Soto Steve Lacy John Albritton Daniel Robinson Clint Stubbs

1969-72 1963-65 1977-80 1946-49 1977-79 2005-08 2001-03 1997-99 1973-75 1976-79 1989-92 2008-10

9 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

Total Bases 1. T. J. Soto 1997-00 555 2. Alex Williams 2009-12 404 3. Jim Aulds 1987-90 403 4. Chris Loy 1994-97 400 5. Charlie Jones 1991-94 372 6. Dale Holman 1977-79 339 7. Charlie Montoyo 1985-87 337 8. Daniel Robinson 1989-92 335 Cullen Simmons 1999-02 335 10. Albie Goulder 2005-08 331 Hit By Pitch 1. Cullen Simmons 1999-02 31 2. Matt Combs 2007-09 30 3. Nick Cauley 2001-02 28 John Brandon 2001-03 28 5. Albie Goulder 2005-08 26 6. Chris Kersten 2006-09 25 Tony Lawrence 1995-97 25 Matt Miller 1997-99 25 Brian Rike 2005-07 25 10. Clint Ewing 2008-11 24 Games 1. T. J. Soto 1997-00 221 Wade Robinson 2000-03 221 Alex Williams 2009-12 221 4. Jay Adcock 1977-80 213 5. Albie Goulder 2005-08 211 6. Jeff Best 1979-82 206 7. Daniel Robinson 1989-92 204 8. Carl Boyd 1981-84 202 Chris Loy 1994-97 202 10. Adam Cobb 2005-08 199

Career era 1. George Woodson 2. George Stone 3. Sonny Parker 4. Bill Norwood 5. Randy Hay 6. Danny Rembert 7. Gene Smith 8. Ed Walker 9. Charlie Fuller 10. Eddie Holman Innings Pitched 1. Richard Hunter 2. Adam Kirkendall 3. Bill Norwood 4. Milford Andrews 5. Rodney Howard 6. Eddie Holman 7. Keith Thibodeaux 8. Richie LeBlanc 9. Kevin McGehee 10. Mark Harris

1961-64 1965-66 1959-62 1971-74 1966-68 1968-70 1964-66 1964-67 1959-62 1971-74 1989-92 2000-03 1971-74 1953-56 1972-75 1971-74 1977-80 1985-87 1988-90 1990-93

1.39 1.49 1.61 2.17 2.22 2.27 2.29 2.33 2.58 2.59 352.1 321.0 303.0 299.2 297.2 291.2 285.0 281.1 264.2 261.0

Strikeouts 1. Eddie Holman 2. Adam Kirkendall 3. Richard Hunter 4. Randy McGilberry 5. Keith Thibodeaux Kevin McGehee 7. Rodney Howard 8. Alvin Parker 9. Casey Blalock 10. Luke Burnett

1971-74 2000-03 1989-92 1973-75 1977-80 1988-90 1972-75 1959-62 2001-02 2006-08

336 286 280 261 247 247 244 240 222 218

Wins 1. Eddie Holman 2. Richie LeBlanc 3. Keith Thibodeaux 4. Bill Norwood 5. Rodney Howard 6. George Woodson Randy McGilberry 8. Alvin Parker 9. Buddy Aulds 10. Three with

1971-74 1985-87 1977-80 1971-74 1972-75 1961-64 1973-75 1959-62 1981-84 -

33 29 28 27 24 23 23 22 21 20

Saves 1. Caleb Dudley 2. Buddy Aulds 3. Mike Martin 4. Billy Tanksley 5. Matt Buckle

B A S E B A L L

Runs Batted In 1. T. J. Soto 2. Alex Williams 3. Chris Loy 4. Charlie Jones 5. Jim Aulds 6. Cullen Simmons 7. Albie Goulder 8. Barry Johnson 9. Jericho Jones Ken Shamburg Hits 1. T. J. Soto 2. Alex Williams 3. Chris Loy 4. Wade Robinson 5. Cullen Simmons 6. Daniel Robinson 7. Charlie Jones 8. Adam Cobb 9. Jay Adcock 10. Jim Aulds Walks 1. Charlie Montoyo 2. Richie McAlister 3. Albie Goulder 4. Jim Case 5. Drew Pregeant 6. Charlie Bailey 7. Johnny Walker 8. Daniel Robinson 9. Gary Patterson 10. Alex Williams

Runs Scored 1. T. J. Soto 2. Daniel Robinson 3. Adam Cobb 4. Alex Williams 5. Albie Goulder 6. Jay Adcock John Albritton 8. Wade Robinson 9. Tony Lawrence Cullen Simmons Strikeouts 1. T. J. Soto 2. Adam Cobb 3. Tony Lawrence 4. Alex Williams 5. Albie Goulder 6. Jericho Jones 7. Jim Aulds 8. Chris Loy Mitch McIlwain 10. Wade Robinson Stolen Bases 1. Fred McGaha 2. Jeff Richardson 3. John Cassibry 4. Nick Grunenwald John Albritton 6. Dean Dick Johnny Giordano Drew Pregeant 9. T. J. Soto 10. Jim Jagnow

B U L L D O G

Career Batting Average 1. David Segui 1987 .393 2. Phil Hiatt 1990 .392 3. J.W. Mercer 1957-60 .383 4. Charlie Montoyo 1985-87 .380 5. Jim Orton 1958-59 .379 6. Devon Dageford 2009-10 .377 7. Dale Holman 1977-79 .373 8. Bubba Griffin 1997 .368 9. Dave Brennan 1988-89 .364 Wade Scott 1956-59 .364 Home Runs 1. T.J. Soto 1997-00 72 2. Jim Aulds 1981-84 46 3. Ken Shamburg 1988-89 41 4. Devon Dageford 2009-10 40 5. Albie Goulder 2005-08 38 Charlie Montoyo 1985-87 38 7. Chris Loy 1994-97 36 8. Brian Myrow 1998-99 35 Ed Beuerlein 1988-89 35 10. Jericho Jones 2006-08 34 Charlie Jones 1991-94 34 Alex Williams 2009-12 34

Career Pitching

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Individual Career Records

2010-present 23 1981-84 18 1987-90 14 1995-97 12 2000-01 11

Appearances 1. Caleb Dudley 2010-present 84 2. Andrew Alsup 2004-07 78 3. Buddy Aulds 1981-84 77 4. Aaron Lorio 2005-08 74 5. Adam Kirkendall 2000-03 72 6. Billy Tanksley 1995-97 71 7. Andrew Lassere 2005-08 67 8. Jimmy Faircloth 1985-87 66 9. Mike Martin 1987-90 64 Johnathan Whalen 1998-02 64

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Individual Season Hitting Season Batting Average (Min. 2.5 AB per game) Player 1. Wade Scott 2. Jim Orton 3. Dale Holman 4. Charlie Montoyo 5. Jay Adcock 6. Robert Marrus 7. Mike Burke 8. David Segui 9. Phillip Hiatt 10. James Farrar At-Bats Player 1. Wade Robinson 2. Mark Threlkeld 3. Doug Ortmon 4. Frank Colston Jeff Richardson 6. Mark Threlkeld Kyle Roliard Kyle Roliard 9. Chris Loy Wade Robinson Runs Player 1. Charlie Montoyo 2. Brian Rike 3. Frank Kellner 4. Charlie Montoyo 5. Devon Dageford 6. Todd Ross Mark Threlkeld 8. Tony Lawrence Brian Myrow T. J. Soto Hits Player 1. Jay Adcock 2. Devon Dageford 3. Phillip Hiatt 4. Kevin Winn Dale Holman Doug Ortmon Frank Kellner Craig Montgomery 9. Ryan Hamilton Mark Threlkeld Home Runs Player 1. Devon Dageford 2. T. J. Soto Ed Beuerlein Ken Shamburg Brian Myrow 6. Tom Krupa Ken Shamburg Brian Rike 9. Jim Aulds T. J. Soto T. J. Soto Jake Adams

Year 1958 1958 1979 1987 1980 1966 1977 1987 1990 1952

AB 74 76 167 176 219 128 170 196 209 62

Avg. .473 .447 .407 .403 .402 .398 .394 .393 .392 .390

Year 2002 2010 1986 1986 1986 2011 2011 2010 1997 2001

G 58 57 61 60 60 61 58 57 56 58

AB 248 239 235 231 231 230 230 230 229 229

Year 1987 2007 1986 1986 2010 1989 2010 1987 1999 2000

G 57 59 61 59 57 55 57 56 55 55

R 76 74 66 65 63 62 62 61 61 61

Year 1980 2010 1990 2009 1978 1986 1988 2001 2006 2010

G 67 57 56 51 65 61 61 57 58 57

H 88 85 82 81 81 81 81 81 80 80

Year 2009 2000 1988 1988 1998 1982 1989 2007 1988 1999 1998 2001

G HR 51 23 55 21 56 21 61 21 55 21 66 20 57 20 59 20 61 19 57 19 53 19 58 19

Doubles Player 1. Devon Dageford 2. Chris Kersten Brandon Haygood Dave Brennan 5. Mark Threlkeld Kevin Winn Wade Robinson T.J. Soto 9. Devon Dageford Brian Myrow Scott Lanxon Sam McIntyre Tony Lawrence Craig Montgomery

Year 2010 2009 2005 1988 2011 2009 2001 1997 2009 1999 1981 1992 1996 2001

G 2B 57 21 51 20 56 20 53 20 61 19 51 19 58 19 54 19 51 18 55 18 53 18 48 18 54 18 57 18

Triples Player Year G 1. John Cassibry 1970 39 Dale Akers 1986 57 3. Billy Laird 1964 33 John Albritton 1977 47 Jerry Goza 1998 48 6. T. J. Soto 1999 57 Don Barteet 1970 39 8. Six Tied Runs Batted In Player Year G 1. Ken Shamburg 1988 61 2. Doug Ortmon 1986 61 3. Devon Dageford 2009 51 Jeff Miller 1987 57 5. David Segui 1987 57 Ken Shamburg 1989 57 Brian Myrow 1998 55 Brian Rike 2007 59 9. T. J. Soto 1999 57 10. Kevin Winn 2009 51 Total Bases Player Year G 1. Devon Dageford 2009 51 2. T. J. Soto 1997 57 3. Devon Dageford 2010 57 4. Brian Rike 2007 59 5. Chris Kersten 2009 51 6. T. J. Soto 2000 55 Ken Shamburg 1988 61 8. Ken Shamburg 1989 57 Tom Krupa 1982 66 Brian Myrow 1998 55 Walks Player Year G 1. Charlie Montoyo 1987 57 2. Charlie Montoyo 1986 59 3. Jay Tucker 1980 67 4. Charlie Montoyo 1985 44 5. Tommy Bost 1998 52 6. Jim Case 1982 65 7. Tom Krupa 1982 66 8. Brian Rike 2007 59 9. Rene Fonte 1984 59 10. Todd Ross 1988 58

3B 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 RBI 72 70 68 68 66 66 66 66 65 63 TB 168 161 157 153 149 148 148 147 147 147 BB 67 56 52 49 47 46 43 42 41 39

it By Pitch H Player 1. Cullen Simmons 2. Matt Miller Nick Cauley Fran Allen 5. Brian Rike 6. Nick Cauley Larry Dunn John Brandon Matt Combs 9. Jake Adams 10. Chris Kersten Cullen Simmons John Brandon Mims Boyce Strikeouts Player 1. T.J. Soto 2. Jake Adams 3. Tony Lawrence 4. Jericho Jones 5. Alex Williams Tony Lawrence T.J. Soto Jake Adams Kyle Humphreys 10. Kyle Roliard Gil Laird Stolen Bases Player 1. Jim Jagnow 2. Fred McGaha John Cassibry Jeff Richardson 5. Jeff Richardson 6. Fred McGaha Matt Miller 8. Anthony Daye 9. Johnny Giordano 10. Billy Taylor Ray Lewis Games Played Player 1. Jay Adcock Jay Tucker 3. Tom Krupa Scott Lanxon 5. Dale Holman Jerry Lomastro Jim Case 8. Keith Thibodeaux 9. Michael Burke 10. Jay Adcock

Year 2001 1997 2002 2003 2007 2001 1995 2002 2007 2001 2009 2002 2003 2005

G HBP 54 17 53 15 53 15 50 15 59 14 53 13 49 13 47 13 56 13 58 12 51 11 58 11 53 11 52 11

Year 1997 2001 1996 2006 2011 1995 1998 2000 2002 2011 2005

G 54 58 54 52 61 51 53 54 58 58 56

Year 1984 1971 1972 1986 1985 1972 1997 1987 1982 1984 1997

G SB 55 36 50 35 48 35 60 35 46 30 48 28 53 28 50 24 56 23 58 22 54 22

Year 1980 1980 1982 1982 1978 1980 1982 1980 1978 1978

G 67 67 66 66 65 65 65 64 63 62

K 65 64 62 55 54 54 54 54 54 53 53

Wins Player 1. Randy McGilberry Richie LeBlanc 3. Keith Thibodeaux 4. Eddie Holman Richie LeBlanc 6. Eddie Holman Jim Boehne Jimmy Faircloth Robert Ogle 10. 16 players with

Year 1975 1987 1980 1972 1986 1974 1985 1987 2000 —

G 21 18 14 15 21 12 13 20 18 —

Losses Player 1. Lee Gwaltney 2. Adam Kikendall Ben Hickman Andy Overholser Casey Blalock Clayton Meyer 7. Jimmy Tuggle Richard Hunter Gabe Ishee Shawn Sonnier Jason Wilkins Luke Burnett Trevor Petersen

Year 2002 2003 1999 1990 2002 2005 1983 1989 1995 1997 1997 2007 2010

G 16 17 27 19 19 19 13 13 18 19 21 19 19

Innings Player 1. Shawn Sonnier 2. Casey Blalock 3. Randy McGilberry 4. Richie LeBlanc 5. Richie LeBlanc 6. Rodney Howard 7. Adam Kirkendall 8. Lee Gwaltney 9. Clayton Meyer 10. Casey Blalock

Year 1998 2002 1975 1987 1986 1975 2002 2002 2004 2001

IP 56.0 40.2 63.0 45.2 41.0 49.0 36.2 68.0 54.1 74.1

IP 123.0 116.2 115.0 114.0 113.1 107.2 107.1 106.2 106.1 103.1

ERA 0.32 0.85 0.86 0.98 1.02 1.11 1.22 1.24 1.29 1.33

Games Started

Strikeouts per 9 innings

Player 1. Shawn Sonnier 2. Casey Blalock Adam Kirkendall 4. Trevor Peterson Richie LeBlanc Shawn Sonnier Robert Ogle Casey Blalock Lee Gwaltney Clayton Meyer Luke Burnett

Year 1998 2002 2002 2011 1987 1997 2000 2001 2002 2004 2007

W 12 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 8

Walks Player 1. Shawn Sonnier 2. Keith Thibodeaux 3. Luke Burnett 4. Kevin McGehee 5. Rick Mika 6. Kevin McGehee 7. Richie LeBlanc Mike Jefferson 9. Art Niemann 10. Jimmy Faircloth

Year IP 1998 123.0 1980 89.2 2007 91.1 1990 95.0 1983 84.1 1989 86.2 1986 113.1 2010 72.1 1980 82.2 1986 102.1

L 12 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Complete Games Player Year GS CG 1. Ronnie Martin 1976 12 11 2. Bill Norwood 1973 11 9 Keith Thibodeaux 1980 12 9 Richie LeBlanc 1986 15 9 5. Seven Players Tied 8 Strikeouts Player 1. Eddie Holman 2. Casey Blalock 3. Luke Burnett 4. Lee Gwaltney 5. Randy McGilberry 6. Casey Blaylock 7. Richie LeBlanc 8. Kevin McGehee 9. Adam Kirkendall 10. Ben Hickman Appearances Player 1. Caleb Dudley 2. Billy Tanksley Aaron Lorio 4. Caleb Dudley 5. Jimmy Faircloth Marcus Clapp 7. Don Clinton Ben Hickman Mitch Tucker Andrew Alsup 11. Jamie Gilley Mike Jefferson Billy Tanksley Jason Schneider

Year 1972 2002 2007 2002 1975 2001 1987 1990 2003 1999

Year 2011 1997 2007 2012 1986 2001 1986 1999 2003 2007 2012 2009 1996 2003

G GS 21 18 19 17 17 17 18 16 18 16 19 16 18 16 18 16 16 16 17 16 19 16

IP 92.1 116.2 91.1 106.2 115.0 103.1 114.0 95.0 96.1 101.0

G 32 30 30 29 28 28 27 27 27 27 25 25 25 25

BB 75 66 65 63 62 61 59 59 56 53

K 130 116 115 113 108 106 103 101 99 97

(Min. 1 IP per game or appear in 33 percent of games)

Player Year 1. Eddie Holman 1972 2. George Woodson 1963 3. Alvin Parker 1960 4. George Stone 1965 5. Luke Burnett 2007 6. Jamie Gilley 2012 7. Eddie Holman 1973 8. George Stone 1966 9. Rodney Howard 1974 10. Todd Adkins 1984 Fewest Hits per 9 innings

K 130 73 83 52 115 82 66 80 66 69

K/9 12.67 12.09 11.86 11.41 11.36 11.01 10.74 10.59 10.55 10.53

(Min. 1 IP per game or appear in 33 percent of games)

Player 1. George Woodson 2. Keith Thibodeaux 3. Bill Randolph 4. George Woodson 5. George Stone 6. George Woodson Alvin Parker 8. Randy McGilberry 9. Ronnie Botica 10. Eddie Holman

Year 1964 1980 1951 1962 1965 1963 1962 1973 1971 1971

H 26 44 25 25 23 31 28 45 45 42

H/9 4.18 4.42 4.69 4.89 5.04 5.14 5.14 5.24 5.42 5.43

Fewest Walks per 9 innings (Min. 1 IP per game or appear in 33 percent of games)

Player 1. Charles Fuller 2. Ben Hickman 3. Alvin Parker 4. Newell Blume 5. Jason Wilkins 6. Ronnie Bell 7. Charles Fuller Billy Tanksley 9. George Woodson 10. George Woodson Saves Player 1. Caleb Dudley 2. Caleb Dudley Matt Buckle 4. Mike Martin Billy Tanksley 6. Randy Jamar Buddy Aulds Don Clinton 9. Buddy Aulds Mike Martin Ben Hickman Derek Brewster Aaron Lorio

Year 1961 1999 1961 1963 1997 1968 1962 1996 1962 1964

BB 4 13 9 8 19 12 9 18 9 11

Year 2011 2012 2000 1989 1997 1980 1982 1987 1984 1990 1999 2002 2007

Sv 12 9 9 8 8 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

BB/9 0.74 1.16 1.57 1.58 1.66 1.67 1.72 1.72 1.76 1.77

B A S E B A L L

Year 1964 1965 1960 1958 1965 1962 1952 1966 1963 1973

B U L L D O G

Earned Run Average Player 1. George Woodson 2. Ed Walker 3. Alvin Parker 4. Jess Mercer 5. George Stone 6. Alvin Parker 7. Charles Crabtree 8. George Stone 9. George Woodson 10. Bill Norwood

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Yearly Leaders Games Played 1970 Two tied-39 1971 Three tied-50 1972 NA 1973 NA 1974 Five tied-48 1975 Three tied-47 1976 Three tied-42 1977 Three tied-51 1978 Dale Holman-65 1979 Two tied-49 1980 Two tied-67 1981 Scott Lanxon-53 1982 Two tied-66 1983 Two tied-50 1984 Two tied-59 1985 Doug Ortman-47 1986 Two tied-61 1987 Four tied-57 1988 Three tied-61 1989 Frank Kellner-58 1990 Greg Kahmann-60 1991 Greg Kahmann-57 1992 Two tied-49 1993 Two tied-50 1994 Four tied-47 1995 Mark Doubleday-52 1996 Tony Lawrence-54 1997 Two tied-56 1998 Brian Myrow-55 1999 T.J. Soto-57 2000 T.J. Soto- 55 2001 Three tied 58 2002 Three tied 58 2003 Wade Robinson-53 2004 Brandon Haygood-58 2005 Two tied-56 2006 Two tied-58 2007 Brian Rike-59 2008 Four tied-54 2009 Two tied-51 2010 Three tied-57 2011 Two tied-61 2012 Two tied-55 Batting Average (Min. 50 AB) 1970 Gary Patterson-.300 1971 Fred McGaha-.337 1972 Fred McGaha-.386 1973 Greg Hamilton-.328 1974 Bobby Brasher-.356 1975 Richie McAlister-.387 1976 Bobby Brasher-.338 1977 Mike Burke-.394 1978 Dale Holman-.368 1979 Dale Holman-.407 1980 Jay Adcock-.402 1981 Dan Banas-.378 1982 Tom Krupa-.314 1983 A. Kattenbraker-.338 1984 Doug Ortman-.344 1985 Frank Colston-.367 1986 Charlie Montoyo-.383 1987 Charlie Montoyo-.403 1988 Dave Brennan-.380 1989 Ken Shamburg-.374 1990 Phillip Hiatt-.392 1991 Charlie Jones-.359 1992 Daniel Robinson-.366

1993 Wes Hawkins-.350 1994 Charlie Jones-.361 1995 Brett Caulfield-.299 1996 Greg Guidry-.352 1997 Bubba Griffin-.368 1998 Tommy Bost-346 1999 T.J. Soto-.344 2000 T.J. Soto- .341 2001 C. Montgomery-.358 2002 Cullen Simmons-.341 2003 Wade Robinson- .332 2004 Kyle Spangler-.350 2005 Ryan Hamilton-.339 2006 Jericho Jones-.357 2007 Drew Bunting-.411 2008 Jericho Jones-.364 2009 Devon Dageford-.385 2010- Devon Dageford-.373 2011 Ryan Gebhardt-.343 2012 Ryan Gebhardt-.341 At-Bats 1970 Don Barteet-132 1971 Fred McGaha-172 1972 John Cassibry-165 1973 Steve Lacy-148 1974 Bobby Brasher-163 1975 Roger Stallings-175 1976 Barry Johnson-142 1977 Barry Johnson-178 1978 Dale Holman-223 1979 John Albritton-174 1980 Jay Adcock-219 1981 Dan Banas-193 1982 Scott Lanxon-214 1983 Rene Fonte-172 1984 Two with-193 1985 Frank Colston-147 1986 Doug Ortman-235 1987 Jeff Miller-207 1988 Ken Shamburg-223 1989 Frank Kellner-228 1990 Richard Hunter-225 1991 Two with-198 1992 Daniel Robinson-194 1993 Wes Hawkins-183 1994 Chris Loy-191 1995 Mark Doubleday-184 1996 Tony Lawrence-195 1997 Chris Loy-229 1998 Brian Myrow-208 1999 T.J. Soto-224 2000 C. Montgomery- 220 2001 Wade Robinson-229 2002 Wade Robinson-248 2003 Wade Robinson- 205 2004 Brandon Haygood-233 2005 Ryan Hamilton-224 2006 Ryan Hamilton-228 2007 Brian Rike-217 2008 Adam Cobb-222 2009 Kevin Winn-213 2010 Mark Threlkeld-239 2011 Two tied-230 2012 Ryan Gebhardt-223 Runs 1970 John Cassibry-21 1971 Fred McGaha - 43 1972 Fred McGaha-40

1973 Greg Hamilton-31 1974 Phil Willingham-38 1975 Steve Lacy-35 1976 Two with-22 1977 Mike Burke-47 1978 Dale Holman-55 1979 John Albritton-47 1980 Jay Tucker-51 1981 Dan Banas-56 1982 Tom Krupa-57 1983 A. Kattenbraker-36 1984 Jim Jagnow-51 1985 Jeff Richardson-45 1986 Charlie Montoyo-65 1987 Charlie Montoyo-76 1988 Frank Kellner-66 1989 Todd Ross-62 1990 Daniel Robinson-43 1991 Daniel Robinson-49 1992 Daniel Robinson-49 1993 Troy Fowlkes-46 1994 Chris Loy-35 1995 Drew Pregeant-35 1996 Three with-40 1997 Tony Lawrence-61 1998 Brian Myrow-58 1999 Brian Myrow-61 2000 T.J. Soto- 61 2001 C. Montgomery-55 2002 Michael Hall-44 2003 Fairon Allen-35 2004 Brandon Haygood-49 2005 Brandon Haygood-41 2006 Ryan Hamilton-47 2007 Brian Rike-74 2008 Albie Goulder-45 2009 Devon Dageford-59 2010 Devon Dageford-63 2011 Two tied- 230 2012 Ryan Gebhardt-44 Hits 1970 Don Barteet-36 1971 Fred McGaha-58 1972 Fred McGaha - 61 1973 Steve Lacy-48 1974 Bobby Brasher-58 1975 Richie McAlister-55 1976 Bobby Brasher-44 1977 Mike Burke-67 1978 Dale Holman-82 1979 Dale Holman-68 1980 Jay Adcock-88 1981 Dan Banas-73 1982 Tom Krupa-66 1983 A. Kattenbraker-54 1984 Jim Jagnow-61 1985 Frank Colston-54 1986 Doug Ortman-81 1987 David Segui-77 1988 Frank Kellner-81 1989 Two with-73 1990 Phillip Hiatt-82 1991 Charlie Jones-71 1992 Daniel Robinson-71 1993 Wes Hawkins-64 1994 Charlie Jones-60 1995 Brandon Long-52 1996 Chris Loy-67 1997 Chris Loy-74

1998 Brian Myrow-70 1999 T.J. Soto-77 2000 T.J. Soto- 72 2001 C. Montgomery-81 2002 Cullen Simmons-72 2003 Wade Robinson-68 2004 Kyle Spangler-71 2005 Ryan Hamilton-76 2006 Ryan Hamilton-80 2007 Brian Rike-75 2008 Adam Cobb-74 2009 Kevin Winn-81 2010 Devon Dageford-85 2011 Kyle Roliard-76 2012 Ryan Gebhardt-76 Runs Batted In 1970 Ronnie Burns-16 1971 Ronnie Burns-34 1972 Richie McAlister-38 1973 Greg Hamilton-26 1974 Steve Lacy-31 1975 Barry Johnson-37 1976 Barry Johnson-29 1977 Barry Johnson-56 1978 Dale Holman-61 1979 Dale Holman-37 1980 Jerry Lomastro-54 1981 Jerry Lomastro-48 1982 Tom Krupa-51 1983 Bob Van Vuren-42 1984 Carl Boyd-43 1985 Frank Colston-52 1986 Doug Ortman-70 1987 Jeff Miller-68 1988 Ken Shamburg-72 1989 Ken Shamburg-66 1990 Phillip Hiatt-55 1991 Charlie Jones-47 1992 Daniel Robinson-47 1993 Charlie Jones-53 1994 Chris Loy-45 1995 Tony Lawrence-33 1996 Tony Lawrence-52 1997 Chris Loy-55 1998 Brian Myrow-66 1999 T.J. Soto-65 2000 T.J. Soto- 59 2001 Jake Adams-61 2002 Kyle Humphreys-45 2003 Kyle Humphreys-34 2004 Kyle Spangler-41 2005 Ryan Hamilton-37 2006 Jericho Jones-56 2007 Brian Rike-66 2008 Chris Kersten-51 2009 Devon Dageford-68 2010 Devon Dageford-56 2011 Alex Williams-53 2012 Alex Williams-46 Doubles 1970 Ronnie Burns-8 1971 Steve Barhan-9 1972 Fred McGaha-11 1973 Steve Lacy-10 1974 Phil Willingham-10 1975 Barry Johnson-12 1976 Barry Johnson-9 1977 Mike Burker-15

1978 Jay Adcock-17 1979 Dale Holman-14 1980 Jerry Lomastro-16 1981 Scott Lanxon-18 1982 Scott Lanxon-15 1983 Carl Boyd-17 1984 Carl Boyd-14 1985 Frank Colston-11 1986 Frank Colston-17 1987 Jeff Miller-16 1988 Dave Brennan-20 1989 Dave Brennan-16 1990 Two with-14 1991 Greg Kahmann-15 1992 Sam McIntyre-18 1993 Wes Hawkins-16 1994 Charlie Jones-14 1995 Two with-11 1996 Tony Lawrence-18 1997 T.J. Soto-19 1998 Brian Bell-16 1999 Brian Myrow-18 2000 Three with 13 2001 Wade Robinson-19 2002 Two with 12 2003 Wade Robinson-13 2004 Two with 15 2005 Brandon Haygood-20 2006 Ryan Hamilton-16 2007 Brandon Hudson-15 2008 Adam Cobb-11 2009 Chris Kersten-20 2010 Devon Dageford-21 2011 Mark Threlkeld-19 2012 Ryan Gebhardt-14 Triples 1970 John Cassibry-7 1971 Fred McGaha-3 1972 Richie McAlister-3 1973 Steve Lacy-4 1974 Bobby Brasher-4 1975 Bobby Brasher-2 1976 Several players-1 1977 John Albritton-6 1978 Several players-2 1979 Two with-3 1980 Jay Adcock-4 1981 Johnny Giordano-4 1982 Tom Krupa-4 1983 A. Kattenbraker-2 1984 Two with-3 1985 Charlie Montoyo-2 1986 Dale Akers-7 1987 Anthony Daye-3 1988 Todd Ross-3 1989 Frank Kellner-3 1990 Daniel Robinson-3 1991 Danny Fraraccio-3 1992 Two with-2 1993 Troy Fowlkes-1 1994 Drew Pregeant-2 1995 Three with-1 1996 Two with-3 1997 Jerry Goza-2 1998 Jerry Goza-6 1999 T. J. Soto-5 2000 Two with 2 2001 Wade Robinson-2 2002 Wade Robinson-2

Strikeouts 1970 Art Thigpen-21

Stolen Bases 1970 Three players-11 1971 Fred McGaha-35 1972 John Cassibry-35 1973 Steve Lacy-13 1974 Bobby Brasher-11 1975 Bobby Brasher-8 1976 Phil Willingham-11 1977 Kenny Joyner-15 1978 John Albritton-20 1979 John Albritton-18 1980 Jay Tucker-21 1981 Two with-11 1982 Johnny Giordano-23 1983 A. Kattenbraker-10 1984 Jim Jagnow-36 1985 Jeff Richardson-30 1986 Jeff Richardson-35 1987 Anthony Daye-24 1988 Todd Ross-16 1989 Todd Ross-18 1990 Scott Madden-20 1991 Two with-5 1992 Sam McIntyre-11 1993 Troy Fowlkes-11 1994 Drew Pregeant-8 1995 Drew Pregeant-14 1996 Greg Guidry-20 1997 Matt Miller-28 1998 Matt Miller-19 1999 T.J. Soto-12 2000 T.J. Soto- 16

2001 Jake Adams-20 2002 Two with 7 2003 Fairon Allen-19 2004 Brandon Haygood-21 2005 Gary Holik-9 2006 Amos Ramon-8 2007 Brian Rike-16 2008 Nick Grunenwald-20 2009 Nick Grunenwald-19 2010 Clint Stubbs-16 2011 Mark Threlkeld-8 2012 Austin Hedges-8 Innings Pitched 1970 Gary Crawford-66.2 1971 Gary Crawford-85.1 1972 Eddie Holman-92.1 1973 Randy McGilberry-77.1 1974 Eddie Holman-74.1 1975 Randy McGilberry-115.0 1976 Ronald Martin-90.2 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-73.1 1978 Keith Thibodeaux-75.1 1979 Jay Kibbe-53.0 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-89.2 1981 Art Niemann-65.1 1982 Robert Barr-87.0 1983 Rick Mika-84.1 1984 Bob Smith-89.1 1985 Jim Boehne-76.1 1986 Richie LeBlanc-113.1 1987 Richie LeBlanc-114.0 1988 Kevin McGehee-83.0 1989 Lee Hanta-89.0 1990 Kevin McGehee-95.0 1991 Richard Hunter-99.1 1992 Mark Harris-87.1 1993 Paul Gunsallus-93.1 1994 Trey Maxwell-67.7 1995 Billy Tanksley-89.0 1996 Jason Wilkins-97.0 1997 Jason Wilkins-103.0 1998 Shawn Sonnier -123.0 1999 Ben Hickman 101.1 2000 Robert Ogle 102.0 2001 Casey Blalock-103.1 2002 Casey Blalock-116.2 2003 Adam Kirkendall-96.1 2004 Clayton Meyer-106.1 2005 Clayton Meyer-85.1 2006 Matt Lacy-84.2 2007 Luke Burnett-91.1 2008 Jericho Jones-68.1 2009 Dylan Moseley-75.1 2010 Jamey Bradshaw-72.2 2011 Mike Jefferson-86 2012 Phil Maton-89 Winning Percentage 1970 Ronnie Botica-.667 (4-2) 1971 Ronnie Botica-.889 (8-1) 1972 E. Holman-.769 (10-3) 1973 Bill Norwood-.800 (8-2) 1974 E. Holman-.769 (10-3) 1975 R. McGilberry-.750 (12-4) 1976 D. Swenson-.750 (6-2) 1977 K. Thibodeaux-.700 (7-3) 1978 Two with-.800 (8-2) 1979 Mike Jeffcoat-.800 (4-1) 1980 K. Thibodeaux-.917 (11-1) 1981 Rex Schimpf-.857 (6-1) 1982 Brad Wiggins-.800 (4-1) 1983 Buddy Aulds-.583 (7-5) 1984 Two with-.667 (8-4)

1985 Jim Boehne-.818 (9-2) 1986 Jim Boehne-.750 (6-2) 1987 Don Clinton-1.000 (7-0) 1988 Mike Galvan-.889 (8-1) 1989 Mike Martin-1.000 (5-0) 1990 Mark Harris-1.000 (4-0) 1991 David Dark-.800 (4-1) 1992 S. Smallwood-.800 (4-1) 1993 Joey Mestas-.571 (4-3) 1994 Two with-.667 (4-2) 1995 Jason Corley-1.000 (3-0) 1996 Billy Tanksley-.600 (6-4) 1997 Billy Tanksley-.667 (4-2) 1998 Shawn Sonnier-.500 (7-7) 1999 Chad Darnell-.500 (3-3) 2000 Robert Ogle -.562 (9-7) 2001 Nick Rath-.750 (3-1) 2002 A. Kirkendall-.545 (6-5) 2003 Jon Lockwood-.571 (4-3) 2004 Andrew Alsup-1.000 (1-0) 2005 Brandon Hudson-1.000 (1-0) 2006 Andrew Alsup-.833 (5-1) 2007 Andrew Alsup-1.000 (4-0) 2008 Two with-1.000 (1-0) 2009 Two with-1.000 (4-0)/(1-0) 2010 Two with-1.000 (2-0) (1-0) 2011 Caleb Dudley-.714 (5-2) 2012 Phil Maton-.615 (8-5) Wins 1970 Gary Crawford-5 1971 Ronnie Botica-8 1972 Eddie Holman-10 1973 Bill Norwood-8 1974 Eddie Holman-9 1975 Randy McGilberry-12 1976 Two with-6 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-7 1978 Steve Porter-8 1979 Keith Thibodeaux-6 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-11 1981 Two with-6 1982 Jimmy Tuggle-7 1983 Buddy Aulds-7 1984 Buddy Aulds-8 1985 Jim Boehne-9 1986 Richie LeBlanc-10 1987 Richie LeBlanc-12 1988 Three with-8 1989 Lee Hanta-8 1990 Kevin McGehee-6 1991 Three with-6 1992 Jeff Richey-7 1993 Three with-5 1994 Three with-4 1995 Billy Tanksley-4 1996 Billy Tanksley-6 1997 Jason Wilkins-8 1998 Shawn Sonnier-7 1999 Ben Hickman-6 2000 Robert Ogle- 9 2001 Adam Kirkendall-6 2002 Casey Blalock-8 2003 Two with 4 2004 Clayton Meyer-5 2005 Clayton Meyer-4 2006 Three with-5 2007 Dylan Moseley-7 2008 Two with-5 2009 John Anderson-7 2010 Trevor Petersen-5 2011 Jeb Stefan-7 2012 Phil Maton-8

B A S E B A L L

Total Bases 1970 John Cassibry-52 1971 Fred McGaha-79 1972 Fred McGaha-74 1973 Steve Lacy-75 1974 Phil Willingham-81 1975 Richie McAlister-87 1976 Barry Johnson-68 1977 Mike Burke-99 1978 Dale Holman-138 1979 Dale Holman-109 1980 Jay Adcock-117 1981 Dan Banas-119 1982 Tom Krupa-147 1983 Bob Van Vuren-89 1984 Carl Boyd-110 1985 Frank Colston-101 1986 Doug Ortman-141

Walks 1970 John Cassibry-19 1971 Gary Patterson-36 1972 Greg Hamilton-33 1973 Richie McAlister-29 1974 Greg Hamilton-22 1975 Richie McAlister-37 1976 Johnny Walker-27 1977 Two with-28 1978 Two with-34 1979 Dale Holman-35 1980 Jay Tucker-52 1981 Jim Case-26 1982 Jim Case-46 1983 Two with-25 1984 Rene Fonte-41 1985 Charlie Montoyo-49 1986 Charlie Montoyo-56 1987 Charlie Montoyo-67 1988 Todd Ross-39 1989 Ken Shamburg-38 1990 Scott Madden-31 1991 Two with-29 1992 Sean Teague-28 1993 Troy Fowlkes-36 1994 Two with-23 1995 Drew Pregeant-37 1996 Tony Lawrence-32 1997 Tony Lawrence-34 1998 Tommy Bost-40 1999 Bian Myrow-41 2000 Niko Bouzos- 26 2001 Tim Meadows-34 2002 Kyle Humphreys-28 2003 Kyle Humphreys-23 2004 Stephen Winters-22 2005 Two with-20 2006 Albie Goulder-36 2007 Brian Rike-42 2008 Albie Goulder-37 2009 Kevin Winn-24 2010 Will Alvis-27 2011 Mark Threlkeld-31 2012 Austin Hedges-32

1971 Two with-24 1972 Gary Jones-47 1973 Greg Hamilton-25 1974 Greg Hamilton-43 1975 Johnny Walker-44 1976 Johnny Walker-20 1977 Johnny Walker-24 1978 Johnny Walker-31 1979 Jay Adcock-29 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-38 1981 Two with-22 1982 Tom Krupa-24 1983 Rene Fonte-24 1984 Rene Fonte-41 1985 Three with-19 1986 Dale Akers-46 1987 Craig Campbell-33 1988 Jim Aulds-51 1989 Steve Davison-38 1990 Greg Kahmann-51 1991 Greg Kahmann-42 1992 Wesley Hawkins-33 1993 Travis Krause-39 1994 Jeff Putfark-37 1995 Tony Lawrence-54 1996 Tony Lawrence-62 1997 T.J. Soto-65 1998 T.J. Soto-54 1999 David Cole-48 2000 Jake Adams- 54 2001 Jake Adams-64 2002 Kyle Humphreys 54 2003 John Brandon-48 2004 Gil Laird-50 2005 Gil Laird-53 2006 Jericho Jones-55 2007 Jericho Jones-47 2008 Albie Goulder-49 2009 Devon Dageford-37 2010 Mark Threlkeld-45 2011 Alex Williams-54 2012 Justin Gordey-44

B U L L D O G

Home Runs 1970 Four players-1 1971 Ronnie Burns-9 1972 Richie McAlister-3 1973 Two with-3 1974 Bill Willingham-8 1975 Two with-7 1976 Barry Johnson-7 1977 Two with-8 1978 Dale Holman-12 1979 Dale Holman-7 1980 Jerry Lomastro-13 1981 Jerry Lomastro-16 1982 Tom Krupa-20 1983 Bob Van Vuren-11 1984 Two with-12 1985 Frank Colston-12 1986 Charlie Montoyo-16 1987 David Segui-18 1988 Two with-21 1989 Ken Shamburg-20 1990 Greg Kahmann-16 1991 Greg Kahmann-12 1992 Daniel Robinson-10 1993 Charlie Jones-18 1994 Chris Loy-12 1995 Tony Lawrence-10 1996 Tony Lawrence-12 1997 T.J. Soto-13 1998 Brian Myrow-21 1999 T.J. Soto-19 2000 T.J. Soto- 21 2001 Jake Adams-19 2002 Kyle Humphreys-11 2003 Kyle Humphreys-9 2004 Kyle Spangler-8 2005 Ryan Hamilton-8 2006 Jericho Jones-16 2007 Brian Rike-20 2008 Albie Goulder-14 2009 Devon Dageford-23 2010 Devon Dageford-17 2011 Will Alvis-10 2012 Alex Williams-12

1987 David Segui-140 1988 Ken Shamburg-148 1989 Ken Shamburg-147 1990 Phillip Hiatt-136 1991 Greg Kahmann-122 1992 Daniel Robinson-114 1993 Charlie Jones-124 1994 Chris Loy-106 1995 Tony Lawrence-86 1996 Tony Lawrence-110 1997 T.J. Soto-124 1998 Brian Myrow-147 1999 T.J. Soto-161 2000 T.J. Soto- 148 2001 Jake Adams 131 2002 Kyle Humphreys 104 2003 Wade Robinson-93 2004 Kyle Spangler-110 2005 Ryan Hamilton-113 2006 Jericho Jones-124 2007 Brian Rike-153 2008 Jericho Jones-121 2009 Devon Dageford-168 2010 Devon Dageford-157 2011 Mark Threlkeld-119 2012 Alex Williams-119

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2003 Wade Robinson-3 2004 Five with 1 2005 Brandon Haygood-2 2006 Two wiith-2 2007 Jericho Jones-3 2008 Adam Cobb-2 2009 Devon Dageford-3 2010 Clint Stubbs-4 2011 Two tied-1 2012 Two tied-1

89

Earned Run Average

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(Min.of 40 innings pitched)

1970 Gary Crawford-2.20 1971 Eddie Holman-1.52 1972 Carl Anker-1.55 1973 Bill Norwood-1.33 1974 Bill Norwood-2.84 1975 Randy McGilberry-2.50 1976 Doug Swenson-1.74 1977 Steve Porter-3.23 1978 Steve Porter-2.07 1979 Jay Kibble-3.74 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-1.91 1981 Rex Schimpf-1.72 1982 Rick Mika-3.56 1983 Rick Mika-4.16 1984 Buddy Aulds-2.29 1985 Jim Boehne-2.00 1986 Richie LeBlanc-3.39 1987 Richie LeBlanc-3.16 1988 Mike Galvan-2.84 1989 Mike Martin-2.00 1990 Mark Harris-1.79 1991 Richard Hunter-3.81 1992 Jeff Richey-2.61 1993 Alenn Lopez-3.03 1994 Jeff Ray-3.08 1995 Billy Tanksley-4.65 1996 Jason Wilkins-3.99 1997 Billy Tanksley-3.43 1998 Shawn Sonnier-6.00 1999 Ben Hickman-3.92 2000 Matt Buckle- 3.87 2001 Marcus Clapp-4.41 2002 Matt Lacy-3.24 2003 Jon Lockwood-3.79 2004 Andrew Alsup-5.48 2005 Ryan Rupert- 4.83 2006 Andrew Alsup-3.05 2007 Dylan Moseley-4.07 2008 Andrew Lassere-4.31 2009 John Anderson-5.86 2010 Mike Jefferson-5.60 2011 Mike LeBreton-3.19 2012 Phil Maton-2.93

Strikeouts 1970 Two with-40 1971 Ronnie Botica-83 1972 Eddie Holman-130 1973 Randy McGilberry-89 1974 Eddie Holman-72 1975 Randy McGilberry-108 1976 Two with-39 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-58 1978 Mike Jeffcoat-65 1979 Mike Jeffcoat-42 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-88 1981 Art Niemann-66 1982 Jimmy Tuggle-59 1983 Jimmy Tuggle-45 1984 Todd Adkins-69 1985 Todd Adkins-67 1986 Jimmy Faircloth-77 1987 Richie LeBlanc-103 1988 Mike Galvan-75 1989 Kevin McGehee-84 1990 Kevin McGehee-101 1991 Richard Hunter-85 1992 Jeff Richie-80 1993 Paul Gunsallus-74 1994 Jeff Ray-50 1995 Gabe Ishee-55 1996 Jason Wilkins-59 1997 Jason Wilkins-85 1998 Shawn Sonnier-90 1999 Ben Hickman-97 2000 Robert Ogle- 70 2001 Casey Blalock-106 2002 Casey Blalock-116 2003 Adam Kirkendall-99 2004 Clayton Meyer-87 2005 Ryan Rupert-80 2006 Luke Burnett-73 2007 Luke Burnett-115 2008 Alan Knotts-57 2009 Jeb Stefan-66 2010 Mike Jefferson-69 2011 Mike Jefferson-70 2012 Jamie Gilley-82

Saves 1975 Randy McGilberry-4 1976 Doug Swenson-2 1977 Steve Porter-4 1978 Steve Porter-4 1979 Rex Schimpf-2 1980 Randy Jamar-6 1981 Buddy Aulds-4 1982 Buddy Aulds-6 1983 Buddy Aulds-3 1984 Buddy Aulds-5 1985 Jimmy Faircloth-4 1986 Two with-2 1987 Don Clinton-6 1988 Lee Jones-2 1989 Mike Martin-8 1990 Mike Martin-5 1991 Andy Overholser-4 1992 Paul Gunsallus-6 1993 Tony DeCastro-2 1994 Chad Sweitzer-4 1995 Two with-2 1996 Jason Wilkins-4 1997 Billy Tanksley-8 1998 Willie Wheeler-3 1999 Ben Hickman-5 2000 Matt Buckle- 9 2001 Derek Brewster-3 2002 Derek Brewster-5 2003 Matt Varner-2 2004 Matt Lacy-3 2005 Steve Alverson-4 2006 Andrew Alsup-4 2007 Aaron Lorio-5 2008 Alex Richard-3 2009 John Anderson-2 2010 Caleb Dudley-2 2011 Caleb Dudley-12 2012 Caleb Dudley-9

1974 Two with-15 1975 Randy McGilberry-21 1976 Ronnie Martin-13 1977 Steve Porter-18 1978 Steve Porter-18 1979 Rex Schimpf-15 1980 Randy Jamar-23 1981 Brad Wiggins-17 1982 Buddy Aulds-22 1983 Rick Mika-21 1984 Buddy Aulds-22 1985 Jimmy Faircloth-18 1986 Jimmy Faircloth-28 1987 Don Clinton-24 1988 Lee Jones-20 1989 Mike Martin-21 1990 Mike Martin-20 1991 Andy Overholser-23 1992 Richard Hunter-17 1993 Chad Sweitzer-16 1994 Tony DeCastro-20 1995 Jason Corley-19 1996 Billy Tanksley-25 1997 Billy Tanksley-30 1998 Two with-21 1999 Ben Hickman-27 2000 Matt Buckle- 24 2001 Marcus Clapp-28 2002 Derek Brewster-20 2003 Mitch Tucker-27 2004 Chris Herron-23 2005 Steve Alverson-24 2006 Andrew Alsup-23 2007 Aaron Lorio-30 2008 Aaron Lorio-21 2009 Mike Jefferson-25 2010 Caleb Dudley-23 2011 Caleb Dudley-32 2012 Caleb Dudley-29

Appearances 1970 Gary Crawford-13 1971 Ronnie Botica-19 1972 Ronnie Melton-21 1973 Two with-16

Complete Games 1970 Gary Crawford-6 1971 Ronnie Botica-7 1972 Two with-8 1973 Bill Norwood-9

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 2009 2010

2011 Ryan Gebhardt-114 2012 Ryan Gebhardt-139

1974 Eddie Holman-7 1975 Randy McGilberry-8 1976 Ronnie Martin-11 1977 Keith Thibodeaux-5 1978 Mike Jeffcoat-5 1979 Mike Jeffcoat-4 1980 Keith Thibodeaux-9 1981 Rusty Rightmire-5 1982 Rick Mika-8 1983 Jimmy Tuggle-5 1984 Two with-6 1985 Jim Boehne-7 1986 Richie LeBlanc-9 1987 Richie LeBlanc-7 1988 Kevin McGehee-5 1989 Richard Hunter-6 1990 Richard Hunter-6 1991 Richard Hunter-8 1992 Richard Hunter-5 1993 Paul Gunsallus-5 1994 Trey Maxwell-4 1995 Billy Tanksey-6 1996 Jason Wilkins-3 1997 Jason Wilkins-4 1998 Josh Frisby-5 1999 Robert Ogle-5 2000 Robert Ogle-3 2001 Casey Blalock-5 2002 Casey Blalock-5 2003 Adam Kirkendall-4 2004 Three with 2 2005 Two with-2 2006 Matt Lacy-2 2007 Dylan Moseley-2 2008 Alan Knotts-1 2009 Dylan Moseley-2 2010 Four tied-4 2011 Jeb Stefan-2 2012 None

Defensive Leaders Putouts 1970 Steve Barham-164 1971 n/a 1972 n/a 1973 Greg Hamilton-254 1974 Greg Hamilton-327 1975 Barry Johnson-315 1976 Barry Johnson-339 1977 Barry Johnson-296 1978 Jay Adcock-443 1979 n/a 1980 n/a 1981 n/a 1982 Tom Krupa-529 1983 Carl Boyd-381 1984 Carl Boyd-436 1985 Doug Ortman-360 1986 Doug Ortman-560 1987 David Segui-441 1988 Jim Aulds-483 1989 Dave Brennan-395 1990 Greg Kahmann-486 1991 Greg Kahmann-486 1992 Daniel Robinson-427 1993 Charlie Jones-386 1994 Charlie Jones-373 1995 Brandon Long-360 1996 Pat Hall-288 1997 Mitch McIlwain-266

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1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Brian Bell-362 Aaron Love-302 Eric Brewster- 248 Tim Meadows-417 Kyle Humphreys-358 Kyle Humphreys-375 Kyle Spangler-467 Mims Boyce-346 Albie Goulder-397 Albie Goulder-472 Albie Goulder-437 Alex Williams-328 Alex WIlliams-407 Alex Williams-508 Alex Williams-432

Assists 1970 John Cassibry-76 1971 n/a 1972 n/a 1973 Steve Lacy-102 1974 Steve Lacy-124 1975 Steve Lacy-110 1976 Johnny Walker-107 1977 Johnny Walker-106 1978 Johnny Walker-150 1979 n/a 1980 n/a 1981 n/a

Two with-152 Rene Fonte-126 Rene Fonte-134 Jeff Richardson-113 Jeff Richardson-184 Charlie Montoyo-162 Frank Kellner-158 Frank Kellner-156 Scott Madden-149 Danny Fraraccio-154 Tony Fowlkes-113 Tony Fowlkes-116 Jeff Putfark-118 Mark Doubleday-166 Mark Doubleday-164 Matt Miller-152 Brian Myrow-167 Brian Myrow-147 Craig Montgomery-137 Craig Montgomery-153 Wade Robinson-160 Wade Robinson-146 Brandon Haygood-158 Gary Holik-124 Amos Ramon-161 Dennis Winn-134 Nick Grunenwald-120 Kevin Winn-134 Joey Ford-117

Errors 1970 Billy Mitchell-18 1971 n/a 1972 n/a 1973 Steve Lacy-14 1974 Phil Willingham-18 1975 Steve Lacy-21 1976 Phil Willingham-11 1977 Johnny Walker-18 1978 Johnny Walker-20 1979 n/a 1980 Jeff Best-21 1981 Two with-19 1982 Two with-22 1983 Sam Moore-14 1984 Rene Fonte-14 1985 Jeff Richardson-17 1986 Jeff Richardson-18 1987 Joe Don Bourque-20 1988 Ken Shamburg-19 1989 Todd Ross-19 1990 Phil Hiatt-22 1991 Charlie Jones-21 1992 Troy Fowlkes-14 1993 Troy Fowlkes-20 1994 Jeff Putfark-14

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Mark Doubleday-15 Mark Doubleday-16 Matt Miller-22 T.J. Soto-19 Two w/18 Two with 23 Wade Robinson-15 Michael Hall-23 Jody Wood-22 Brandon Haygood-29 Gary Holik-21 Joey McCarthy-14 Dennis Winn-17 Nick Grunenwald-21 Chris Kersten-14 Ashton Hughes-21 Mark Threlkeld-18 Ryan Gebhardt-13

Individual Offensive Records Sacrifices Season: 16, Kevin Brasuell (1980) Total Bases Game: 14, Tim Meadows (vs. UNO, 4/6/01) Season: 168, Devon Dageford (2009) Career: 555, T.J Soto (1997-2000) Base on Balls Game: 4, Ray Lewis (at Western Kentucky 4/26/97- last time) Season: 67, Charlie Montoyo (1987) Career: 172, Charlie Montoyo (1985-87) Strikeouts Game: 5, Alex Williams at Arkansas 5/11/10; Dale Akers vs. Texas 2/22/86; Greg Guidry vs. Lamar 4/27/97 Season: 65, T.J. Soto (1997) Career: 211, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Batting Average Season: .473, Wade Scott (1958) Career: .393, David Segui (1987) Stolen Bases Season: 36, Jim Jagnow (1984) Game: 4, Jeff Richardson (at New Orleans, 3/1/86 -last time) Career: 75, Fred McGaha (1969-72)

Individual Pitching and Defensive Records (Minimum 35 innings pitched) Appearances Season: 32, Caleb Dudley (2011) Career: 84, Caleb Dudley (2010-present) Innings Pitched Game: 12.2, Richard Hunter (4/8/90 vs. Arkansas State) Season: 123, Shawn Sonnier (1998) Career: 352.1, Richard Hunter (1989-92) Earned Run Average Season: 0.32, George Woodson (1964) Career: 1.39, George Woodson (1961-64) Wins Season: 12, Randy McGilberry (1975); Richie LeBlanc (1987) Career: 33, Eddie Holman (1971-74)

Losses Season: 12, Lee Gwaltney (2002) Career: 15, Richard Hunter (1989-92); Andy Overholser (1990-91) Winning Percentage Season: 1.000 (last time by Andrew Alsup, 2007, 4-0) Career: .800, Mike Galvan (1987-88) Saves Season: 12; Caleb Dudley (2011) Career: 23, Caleb Dudley (2010-present) Fewest Runs Allowed Season: 8, Ed Walker (1965) Most Runs Allowed Season: 99, Shawn Sonnier (1998) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed Season: 2, George Woodson (1964)

Most Earned Runs Season: 82, Shawn Sonnier (1998) Fewest Hits Allowed Season: 23, George Stone (1965); Mark Harris (1990) Walks Game: 10, Rick Mika (2/27/83 at Texas) Season: 130, Keith Thibodeaux (1980) Career: 199, Keith Thibodeaux (1980) Strikeouts Game: 18, Adam Kirdendall (5/2/03 vs. Fresno State) Season: 130, Eddie Holman (1972) Career: 336, Eddie Holman (1971-74) Assists Season: 184, Jeff Richardson (1986)

Errors Season: 29, Brandon Haygood (2004) Career: 69, T.J Soto (1997-2000) Hit Batters Season: 18, Dylan Moseley (2008) Career: 50, Dylan Moseley (2005-2009) Putouts Season: 560, Doug Ortman (1986) Fielding Percentage Season: 1.000, Jake Adams (2001), Drew Thomas (2007)

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rkansas); T.J. Soto (2/27/99 vs. Michigan A State); Brian Myrow (4-22-98 at McNeese); Soto (5/3/98 vs. Lamar); Tim Meadows (4/6/01 vs. UNO) Career: 72, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Doubles Season: 21, Devon Dageford (2010) Game: 3, Mark Threlkeld (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State, last time) Career: 58, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Grand Slams Game: 2, T.J. Soto (3/25/00 at Western Kentucky)* *same inning Triples Season: 7, John Cassibry, (1970) Game: 2, (3/19/90) Daniel Robinson vs. Louisiana College-last time) Career: 9, John Cassibry (1969-72) Hit by Pitch Inning: 2, (Larry Dunn vs. Centenary 4/27/95) Game: 3, Matt Combs (vs. ULM 5/13/08); Ryan Hurst (vs. Texas Pan American 4/6/95) Season: 17, Cullen Simmons (2001)

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At-Bats Season: 248, Wade Robinson (2002) Game: 9 Doug Ortman (vs. Southern Ark., 1986) Career: T.J. Soto, 835 (1997-2000) Runs Season: 76, Charlie Montoyo (1987) Game: 6, Kyle Roliard (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento Statelast time) Career: 156, Daniel Robinson (1989-1992) Hits Season: 88, Jay Adcock (1980) Game: 6, Mark Threlkeld (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State-last time) Career: 274, T. J. Soto (1997-2000) RBI Season: 72, Ken Shamburg (1988) Game: 9, T.J. Soto (3/25/00 at Western Kentucky) Career: 220, T.J. Soto (1997-2000) Home Runs Season: 23, Devon Dageford (2009) Game: 3, Frank Colston (4/9/86 at Louisiana College); Charlie Montoyo (3/8/87 at UALR); Ed Beuerlein (3/1/88 at St. Edwards); Ken Shamburn (3/1/88 at St. Edwards); Jay Hancock ( 5/13/93 vs.

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Team Offensive Records At-Bats Game: 66 (2/16/86) vs. Southern Arkansas Season: 2,072 (2010) Runs Game: 32 (2/9/97 vs. Ark. Monticello) Season: 484 (2010) Batting Average Season: .343 (1958) Hits Game: 27 (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State) Season: 697 (2010) RBIs Game: 28 (2/9/97 vs. Ark.-Monticello) Season: 441 (2010)

Home Runs Game: 7 (3/15/81 at St. Edwards (Texas) Season: 102 (1988) Doubles Game: 8 (5/08/10 vs. Sacramento State) Season: 141 (2010) Stolen Bases Game: 7 (Texas Wesleyan; 4/3/10, last time) Season: 119 (1997) Triples Game: 3 (3/31/77 vs. Centenary) Season: 19 (1970, 1986)

Total Bases Game: 50 (5/8/10 vs. Sacramento State) Season: 1097 (2010) Strikeouts Game: 22 (2/22/86 at Texas) Season: 491 (2004) Walks Game: 16 (3/12/07 at Lamar, last time) Season: 297 (1982) Sacrifices Game: 7, (2/14/04 vs. Arkansas) Hit By Pitch Season: 86 (2002)

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Team Pitching/Defensive Records Strikeouts Game: 23, (5/2/03 vs. Fresno State) Season: 452 (2002, 2007) Walks Game: 20, (4/10/04 vs. Nevada) Season: 362 (1980) Errors Game: 7, (3/13/08 vs. UL-Lafayette; 3/12/81 vs. Miss. College) Season: 133 (2004)

Fewest Errors Season: 62 (1985) Highest Fielding Percentage .966 (2007) Innings Pitched Season- 517.2 (2011) Lowest ERA 2.01 (1964) Fewest Walks Season: 46 (1962- 28 games)

No-Hitters

One-Hitters

Last Time No-Hit Matt Beech (perfect game) 2/19/84 vs. Houston

L. Edwards Walker (1967) (2) Ronnie Bell (1967) Ronald Botica (1969) Bill Norwood (5/5/73 vs. Lamar) Rodney Howard (2/25/73 vs. Cent. Okla.) Rennie Howard (4/30/75 vs. OBU) Ronald Martin (4/27/76 vs. ULM) Steve Porter (3/18/77 at Centenary) Ronald Martin (4/29/77 vs. McNeese St.) Steve Porter (3/14/78 vs. Principia) Mike Jeffcoat (3/24/79 vs. McNeese State) Keith Thibodeaux (5/12/80 vs. UTA) Rex Schimpf (4/12/81 vs. Ark. State) Rusty Rightmire (3/7/82 vs. OBU) Jimmy Tuggle (4/6/82 vs. So. Arkansas) Shelby Aulds (5/2/84 vs. Centenary)

Bulldog No-Hitters George Stone (1966) Bill Norwood (4/13/71 at UL-Lafayette) Eddie Holman (3/1/72 vs. Louisiana College) Randy McGilberry (5/8/73 vs. UL-Monroe) Don Mathews (4/26/78 vs. LeTourneau‑- perfect game) Mike Jeffcoat (4/30/78 vs. Lamar) Todd Adkins (4/30/85 vs. Mississippi College) Gabe Ishee (4/22/95 at Lamar) Lee Gwaltney/Johnathan Whalen (2/16/02 vs. Prairie View A&M)

Top Single-Season Averages .400 Club 1958 Wade Scott Jim Orton 1979 Dale Holman 1980 Jay Adcock

.473 .447 .407 .402

.375+ 1952 James Farrar 1953 James Farrar 1956 Melvin Colvin 1960 J.W. Mercer 1961 Kelton Bacon 1966 Robert Marrus J.B. Martin

.390 .383 .376 .391 .375 .398 .382

1972 1977 1981 1987 1988 1990 2006 2009

Fred McGaha Mike Burke Dan Banas Charlie Montoyo David Segui David Brennan Frank Kellner Phillip Hiatt Matt Lacy Nick Grunenwald Devon Dageford Kevin Winn

.385 .394 .378 .403 .393 .380 .378 .392 .389 .387 .385 .380

1971 1974 1975 1978 1980 1986 1987

Highest ERA 8.44 (1998) Double Plays Season: 58 (1980)

Todd Adkins (3/17/85 vs. NW State) Kevin Pickens (4/16/85 vs. OBU) Jordan Stanley (4/16/85 vs. OBU) Kevin McGehee/David Brennan (2/13/88 at NW State) Dean/Michael Martin/Jeff Schwaner/Lee Jones (3/6/88 vs. Evangel) Richie LeBlanc (4/11/87 at Arkansas State) Mike Galvan (4/23/88 vs. Arkansas State) Mark Harris/Andy Overholser (4/14/90 at Lamar) Dale Mares/Robert Vavrik/Michael Martin/ Hadley (2/27/90 at Prairie View A&M) Trevor Peterson/Marc Piccola/Kyle Roliard/ Dan Breazeale (4/26/11 vs. Grambling)

Scoring Margins Largest Wins 32 vs. Ark. Monticello 24 vs. Grambling State 22 vs Ark. Monticello 22 at ULM 21 at Northwestern State 20 vs. Grambling State 20 vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff 19 at Grambling State 19 vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff 19 at Grambling State 19 at Western Kentucky 19 vs. Henderson State

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Hit By Pitches Season: 77 (2004) Wild Pitches Season: 83 (2001) Complete Games Season: 26 (1980) Shutouts 11 (1978) Most Runs Allowed Season: 556 (2010)

NCAA Mid-East Regionals (Marietta, Ohio) Louisiana Tech 9, Tennessee-Martin 2; Southern Illinois 4, Louisiana Tech 0; Louisiana Tech 3, Marietta 2; Louisiana Tech 8, TennesseeMartin 5; Central Michigan 3, Louisiana Tech 0 NCAA District 6 (Arlington, Texas) Louisiana Tech 3, UT-Pan American 2; Louisiana Tech 5, Texas 4; Texas 8, Louisiana Tech 0; Texas 12, Louisiana Tech 2 NCAA South Central Regional (Austin, Texas) Texas 6, Louisiana Tech 2; UT-Pan American 8, Louisiana Tech 1 NCAA South Central Regional (Arlington, Texas) UT-Pan American 7, Louisiana Tech 0; Mississippi State 6, Louisiana Tech 5 NCAA Central Regionals (Austin, Texas) Louisiana Tech 4, Texas 3; Hawaii 2, Louisiana Tech 1; Texas 7, Louisiana Tech 6 NCAA South I Regional (Baton Rouge, La. ) Louisiana Tech 7, Tulane 5; Louisiana Tech 14, Jackson State 6; LSU 7, Louisiana Tech 4; Tulane 9, Louisiana Tech 4 NCAA South II Regional (New Orleans, La.) New Orleans 18, Louisiana Tech 5; Louisiana Tech 5, Southern (Baton Rouge) 2; Cal-State Fullerton 11, Louisiana Tech 0

32-0 24-0 27-5 22-0 22-1 21-1 21-1 20-1 22-3 21-2 21-2 20-1

1997 2001 1997 1973 1971 2006 2006 2009 2007 2006 2000 1987

Largest Losses 23 vs. Lamar 21 at Southern Miss 20 at McNeese State 20 at Alabama 19 at Nebraska 19 vs. Lamar 18 at San Jose St. 18 vs. Nevada 18 vs. Nicholls State 18 at Mississippi College 17 at Nevada 17 vs. Arkansas State 17 at Southeastern La. 16 at UTPA 16 vs. New Mexico State 16 at Texas-Arlington 16 vs. Dallas Baptist

25-2 24-3 22-2 23-3 22-3 23-4 18-0 27-9 22-4 20-2 18-1 21-4 17-0 23-7 16-0 23-7 16-0

1998 2009 1999 1998 2012 1980 2011 2004 1997 1983 2010 1998 1997 2010 2009 1989 1983

Honors And Awards

All-American South Conference 1988 Ed Beuerlein, c Ken Shamburg, 3b Frank Kellner, 2b Dave Brennan, Dh 1989 Kevin McGehee, p Ed Beurlein, c Dave Brennan, 1b Frank Kellner, 2b Ken Shamburg, 3B Jim Aulds, of 1990 Greg Kahmann, 1b Phillip Hiatt, 3b 1991 Greg Kahmann, 1b All-Sun Belt Conference 1992 Sean Teague, C Troy Fowlkes, 2b 1993 Charlie Jones, 1b Chris Loy, 3b 1994 Charlie Jones, 1b 1996 Tony Lawrence, of Chris Loy, of 1997 T.J. Soto, 3b Mitch McIlwain, P 1998 Brian Myrow, 2b T.J. Soto, 3b Tommy Bost, dh 1999 Brian Myrow, 2b T.J. Soto, ss 2000 Niko Bouzos, 1b T.J. Soto, 3b Jake Adams, of 2001 Jake Adams, OF Tim Meadows, C Wade Robinson, SS Casey Blalock, P (Newcomer of the Year) All-Western Athletic Conference 2002 Derek Brewster, P Kirk Humphreys, 1B (2nd team) Cullen Simmons, OF (2nd team) 2003 John Brandon,OF (2nd team)

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Kyle Spangler, 1B Jeff Walker, OF (2nd team) Ryan Hamilton, 3B (2nd team) Gil Laird, OF (2nd team) Jericho Jones, OF (WAC FR. of the Year) Brandon Hudson, Util. Mims Boyce, C (2nd team) Andrew Alsup, P (2nd team) Albie Goulder, 1B Brandon Hudson, Util. Brian Rike, OF (WAC Player of the Year) Dennis Winn, SS Dylan Moseley, P (2nd team) Jericho Jones, Util. Adam Cobb, OF (2nd team) Devon Dageford, OF Chris Kersten, Util. (2nd team) Patrick Thomas, OF (2nd team) Alex Williams, 2nd Team Devon Dageford, 1st team Mark Threlkeld, 1st team Joey Ford, 2nd team Clint Ewing, 2nd team Kyle Roliard, OF/LHP Mike Jefferson, LHP (1st team) Mark Threlkeld, 3B Ryan Gebhardt, 2nd team Ryan Gebhardt, 1st team Jamie Gilley, 2nd team Alex Williams, 2nd team

WAC Coach of the Year 2007 Wade Simoneaux All-Americans 1987 Charlie Montoyo, 2B 2007 Brian Rike, OF 2009 Devon Dageford, OF Freshman All-Americans 1991 Charlie Jones, 1B 1994 Chris Loy, 3B 1997 T.J. Soto, 3B 2006 Jericho Jones, OF 2011 Ryan Gebhardt, SS 2012 Phil Maton, RHP ABCA All-Americans 2001 Jake Adams, OF (1st Team South Region) Tim Meadows, C (1st Team South Region) 2007 Brian Rike, OF (1st Team South Region) 2009 Kevin Winn (1st Team South Region Devon Dageford (2nd Team South Region Academic All-Americans 2010 Clint Ewing, 3rd Team

Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 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 2009 2010 2011 2012

Coach Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Berry Hinton Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Pat Patterson Mike Kane Mike Kane Mike Kane Mike Kane Mike Kane Randy Davis Randy Davis Randy Davis Jeff Richardson Jeff Richardson Jeff Richardson Jeff Richardson Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux Wade Simoneaux

Overall 3-1 6-3 17-6 19-11 10-9 11-5 13-9 9-10 7-7 10-10 8-12 12-8 9-12 13-5 18-6 19-4 21-6 19-9 10-9 18-15 23-12 23-19 18-18 19-23 17-20 21-18 36-14 34-14 27-17-1 29-19 32-15 20-22 32-19 46-21 32-17 43-24-1 34-19 40-26 20-30 36-23 35-12 36-25 43-14 42-19 38-20 29-31 31-26 31-18 25-25 22-26 19-33 23-31 26-30 21-34 20-37 26-29 32-26 21-37 18-34-1 20-38 17-39 33-25 35-24 23-31 29-22 27-30 34-27 27-28

Conf. 3-1 4-0 12-2 13-1 9-5 11-5 11-5 8-8 4-3 4-3 6-6 7-4 7-6 9-4 12-3 9-4 15-4 13-7 7-13 7-13 9-11 14-10 10-12 10-14 11-13 6-14 6-8 11-6 9-7 11-4 10-5 6-9 6-8 16-4 11-5 10-3 8-8 7-5 5-8 8-9 11-3 13-5 15-5 12-6 8-7 8-7 9-8 15-5 11-8 8-16 8-19 8-18 15-12 8-18 10-22 13-16 12-14 7-23 10-20 10-20 9-20 11-13 14-10 7-23 13-11 11-13 12-12 7-11

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Bob Van Vuren, dh Austin Kattenbraker, OF Doug Ortman, of Jim Boehne, p-dh (Ted Lyons award) Jeff Richardson, ss Frank Colston, of Charlie Montoyo, 2B Sam Moore, OF Charlie Montoyo, 2b (George Kell award) Richie LeBlanc, p (Ted Lyons award) Frank Colston, c Doug Ortman, 1b Jeff Richardson, ss Billy Taylor, of Charlie Montoyo, 2b (George Kell Hitting Award) Richie LeBlanc, p (Ted Lyons Hitting Award) Pat Moore, c David Segui, 1B Jeff Miller, of

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All-Southland Conference 1971 Fred McGaha, cf 1972 Fred McGaha, cf (George Kell Hitting Award) John Cassibry, 2b 1973 Steve Lacy, ss Richie McAlister, c Bill Norwood, P (Johnny Sain Pitching Award) 1974 Steve Lacy, ss Richie McAlister, c Phil Willingham, 2b Bobby Brasher, RF (George Kell Hitting Award) 1975 Steve Lacy, ss Richie McAlister, C (George Kell Hitting Award) Randy McGilberry, P (Ted Lyons Pitching) 1976 Bobby Brasher, rf Phil Willingham, ut 1977 Mike Burke, 3b Dale Holman, ut 1978 Dale Holman, OF (George Kell Hitting Award) Chuck Bailey, c Jay Adcock, 1b 1979 Dale Holman, OF (George Kell Hitting Award) John Albritton, of Chuck Bailey, c 1980 Jay Adcock, 1b (George Kell Hitting Award) Keith Thibodeaux, P (Ted Lyons Pitching Award) 1981 Dan Banas, of (George Kell Hitting Award) Jerry Lomastro, of Jim Case, c Rex Schimpf, p 1982 Tom Krupa, 1b (George Kell Hitting Award) Jimmy Tuggle, p Carl Boyd, Dh

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

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All-Gulf States Conference 1960 Kelton Bacon, C Ron McNabb, OF Alvin Parker, P Charles Fuller, P 1961 Ron McNabb, OF Kelton Bacon, C Alvin Parker, P Charles Fuller, P Paul Labenne Joe Zaffater George Woodson, P 1963 George Woodson, P Kelton Bacon, C Paul Labene, SS Ron McNabb, OF George Garrett, 2B Billy Mitchell, OF

Coaching Records Year-by-Year

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Phillip Hiatt

Mike Jeffcoat

Kevin McGehee

Randy McGilberry

Charlie Montoyo

Brian Myrow

Jeff Richardson

David Segui

George Stone

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Bulldogs in the Majors

Billy Bagwell-Boston (1923); Philadelphia (1925) Harley Boss-Washington (1928-30); Cleveland (1933) Atley “Swampy” Donald-New York (AL) (1938-45) Tom Herrin-Boston (1954) Phil Hiatt-Kansas City (1993, 1995); Detroit (1996); Los Angeles (NL) (2001) Mike Jeffcoat-Cleveland (1983-85); San Francisco (1985); Texas (1987- 92); Florida (1994) Claude Linton-Pittsburgh (1929) Kevin McGehee-Baltimore (1993) Randy McGilberry-Kansas City (1977-78) Charlie Montoyo-Montreal (1993) Brian Myrow-Los Angeles (NL)

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(2005); San Diego (2007-08) Ennis “Rebel” Oakes-Cincinnati (1909); St. Louis (1910-13); Pittsburgh Rebels (1914-15) Jeff Richardson-Cincinnati (1989); Pittsburgh (1991); Boston (1993) Dave Short-Chicago (AL) (1940-41) George Stone-Atlanta (1967-72); New York (NL) (1973-75) David Segui-Baltimore (1990-93); New York (NL) (1994-95); Montreal (1995-97); Seattle (1998-99); Toronto (1999); Texas and Cleveland (2000); Baltimore (2001-04)

Draft Picks YEAR ROUND PLAYER 2012 19th Alex Williams 22nd Jeb Stefan 2011 13th Kyle Roliard 22nd Mike Jefferson 25th Mark Threlkeld 2010 46th Mike Jefferson 2009 26th Kevin Winn 39th Chris Kersten 2008 14th Luke Burnett 15th Albie Goulder 20th Jericho Jones 24th Adam Cobb 38th Alan Knotts 48th Dylan Moseley 2007 2nd Brian Rike 50th Dylan Moseley 2004 37th Brad Chedister 2003 12th Wade Robinson 2002 6th Lee Gwaltney 27th Casey Blalock 28th Derek Brewster 2001 27th Lee Gwaltney 2000 31st T.J. Soto 1999 9th Ben Hickman 1998 24th Tommy Bost 26th Matt Greer 1997 4th Tony Lawrence 1996 5th Tony Lawrence 14th Shawn Sonnier 1993 10th Wes Hawkins 1992 38th David Dark 41st John Richey 1990 8th Kevin McGehee 8th Phillip Hiatt 1988 22nd Michael Galvan 1987 6th Charlie Montoyo 10th Richie LeBlanc 12th Kevin Pickens 18th David Segui 25th Pat Moore 1986 7th Jeff Richardson 26th Charlie Montoyo 1985 17th Jim Boehne 19th Gregg Magistri 1984 5th Rob Van Vuren 30th Jim Jagnow 1982 15th Tom Krupa 24th Rusty Rightmire 1981 22nd Gerald Lomastro 23rd Rex Schimpf 33rd Art Niemann 1980 3rd Keith Thibodeaux 13th Mike Jeffcoat 1979 6th Dale Holman 26th Jay Kibbe 1976 23rd Bob Brasher 1975 9th Steve Lacy 14th Randy McGilberry 17th Richard McAlister 1974 9th Eddie Holman 1972 8th Fred McGaha 1971 2nd Ronald Botica 1966 5th George Stone

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Year-By-Year Scores

1974

29-19, 11-4 SLC Champions NCAA Tournament at Texas A&M L 9-1 at Texas A&M L 14-2 at Texas A&M L 10-9 at Texas A&M L 14-0 1 Nicholls State W 5-2 1 at South Alabama L 11-3 1 Nicholls State L 5-4 1 at South Alabama W 7-4 1 Nicholls State L 5-4 1 at South Alabama L 12-5 Central Oklahoma W 7-2 Central Oklahoma W 13-1 Central Oklahoma W 4-1 Central Oklahoma W 9-0 Mississippi L 1-0 Mississippi W 7-0 Mississippi L 5-3 at Centenary L 2-1 at Centenary W 11-3 at McNeese StateSLC W 4-1 at McNeese StateSLC L 8-1 at McNeese StateSLC W 11-2 UTASLC W 6-2 UTASLC W 15-7 UTASLC W 8-4 at ULM L 4-2 at ULM L 2-1 SLC at Lamar W 7-5 at LamarSLC L 2-1 SLC at Lamar W 5-1 Louisiana College W 6-2 Louisiana College W 6-0 Centenary W 12-1 Centenary W 10-9 Arkansas StateSLC L 1-0 SLC Arkansas State L 9-2 SLC Arkansas State W 4-3 ULM W 5-1 ULM W 6-2 UL-LafayetteSLC W 6-0 SLC UL-Lafayette W 2-1 SLC UL-Lafayette W 8-0 2 UTPA W 3-2 2 at Texas W 5-4 2 at Texas L 8-0 2 at Texas L 12-2 1 South Alabama Tournament - Mobile, Ala. 2 NCAA District VI Regional Arlington, Texas

1975

32-15, 10-5 SLC SLC Co-Champions SLC Playoff Champions NCAA Tournament at ULM W 7-5 NW (La.) State W 9-4 NW (La.) State W 3-2 Centenary W 7-0 Centenary W 7-2 at Delta State L 9-8 at Delta State W 5-1 at Mississippi L 2-1 Oklahoma State L 8-3 Oklahoma State W 2-0 Memphis State W 8-6 Memphis State W 2-0 ULM W 4-3 McNeese StateSLC W 6-0 McNeese StateSLC W 4-1 McNeese StateSLC W 9-5 Henderson State L 6-5 Henderson State W 11-3 Harris Teachers’ L 6-2 Harris Teachers’ W 6-5 at NW (La.) State W 3-2

at NW (La.) State W 13-2 Aurora College W 1-0 Aurora College W 5-0 at UTASLC W 3-2 at UTASLC L 11-1 at UTASLC L 4-1 at Centenary L 6-3 at Centenary W 3-2 LamarSLC W 4-2 SLC Lamar L 8-3 LamarSLC W 7-2 NW (La.) State L 7-4 NW (La.) State W 6-2 at Arkansas StateSLC W 5-1 SLC at Arkansas State L 6-0 at Arkansas StateSLC W 7-3 at UL-LafayetteSLC L 10-3 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 4-2 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 17-8 Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 1 Lamar L 4-3 1 Lamar W 12-5 1 at Lamar W 2-0 1 at Lamar W 7-5 2 Texas L 6-2 2 UTPA L 8-1 1 SLC Playoffs 2 NCAA South Central Regionals-Arlington, Texas

1976

20-22, 6-8 Oklahoma L 6-4 Oklahoma L 9-2 at Texas L 4-0 at Texas L 15-5 at Texas A&M L 3-0 at Texas A&M L 9-8 at Mississippi State W 2-1 at Mississippi State L 4-0 at Centenary W 15-1 at Centenary W 6-2 Mississippi L 4-3 Delta State L 5-3 Delta State W 11-0 Washington (Mo.) W 7-0 Bellarmine W 2-1 Bellarmine W 5-4 at ULM W 5-3 at ULM L 7-1 UTASLC W 6-4 UTASLC W 2-1 UTASLC L 5-3 UL-LafayetteSLC W 4-3 SLC UL-Lafayette L 5-2 UL-LafayetteSLC L 6-3 Centenary L 6-5 Centenary L 10-8 at LamarSLC L 9-2 at LamarSLC L 10-3 SLC at Lamar L 8-3 at Memphis State L 7-0 at UALR W 9-0 at UALR W 9-0 at Louisiana College W 6-3 at Louisiana College W 3-2 Arkansas StateSLC W 1-0 Arkansas StateSLC L 1-0 SLC Arkansas State W 5-2 ULM W 5-0 ULM W 3-2 at McNeese StateSLC L 5-2 at McNeese StateSLC W 4-0 at McNeese StateSLC W 3-2

1977

32-19, 6-8 SLC at East Texas Baptist W 15-7 at East Texas Baptist L 8-5 at NW (La.) State W 9-7 at NW (La.) State W 7-2 NW (La.) State W 2-1 NW (La.) State W 7-4 Memphis State L 2-0 Memphis State L 6-3 at Mississippi L 9-3 East Texas Baptist L 16-4 East Texas Baptist L 3-1 Principia College W 18-2 at Centenary W 12-3

at Centenary W 14-0 Eastern Illinois W 4-3 Eastern Illinois L 3-1 Eastern Illinois W 2-1 Eastern Illinois W 9-3 at NW (La.) State W 7-5 at NW (La.) State W 4-1 Mo.-State Louis W 9-5 at UTASLC L 5-4 SLC at UTA L 5-4 at ULM W 6-1 at ULM L 4-0 at Louisiana College W 8-6 at Louisiana College W 4-2 at UL-LafayetteSLC L 7-6 at UL-LafayetteSLC L 11-10 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 13-9 UALR W 8-7 UALR W 14-4 Mississippi State L 6-5 Mississippi W 7-2 NW (La.) State L 6-2 NW (La.) State W 5-2 LamarSLC L 5-4 LamarSLC L 8-6 LamarSLC W 5-0 ULM W 17-2 ULM W 5-2 Louisiana College L 3-1 Louisiana College W 8-0 at Arkansas StateSLC W 13-3 at Arkansas StateSLC L 7-0 at Arkansas StateSLC L 5-4 Centenary W 5-4 Centenary W 11-3 SLC McNeese State W 7-6 McNeese StateSLC W 10-2 McNeese StateSLC W 4-1

1978

46-19, 16-4 SLC SLC Champions NCAA Tournament at SMU L 5-6 at SMU L 11-8 at SMU W 5-0 at SMU L 4-0 1 at UTPA L 7-4 1 Northern Iowa W 4-0 1 at UTPA W 7-1 1 Northern Iowa W 7-6 1 North Carolina W 7-5 at Louisiana College W 6-2 at Louisiana College W 1-0 Principia W 8-0 Principia W 9-0 at Centenary W 14-7 at Centenary W 3-1 at ULM L 7-5 at ULM W 12-4 Northern Illinois W 11-3 Northern Illinois L 3-1 Northern Illinois W 5-4 Buena Vista L 5-3 Buena Vista W 6-0 Saint Louis L 4-3 Missouri-St. Louis W 5-1 Missouri-St. Louis W 4-2 at Memphis State L 5-3 at Memphis State L 12-2 at UALR L 8-5 at UALR W 9-7 at McNeese StateSLC W 7-1 SLC at McNeese State W 9-5 at McNeese StateSLC W 17-7 at McNeese StateSLC W 8-4 Centenary W 14-6 Centenary W 5-4 UALR W 3-1 UALR W 13-0 ASUSLC W 8-7 SLC ASU W 9-1 SLC ASU W 6-5 ASUSLC W 8-5 at NW (La.) State L 6-1 at NW (La.) State W 5-4 ULM L 4-2 ULM W 4-1 SLC UL-Lafayette W 6-3 UL-LafayetteSLC W 7-2

UL-LafayetteSLC L 7-3 UL-LafayetteSLC W 3-2 at LeTourneau W 12-0 NW (La.) State L 4-2 NW (La.) State W 4-3 UTASLC W 6-2 UTASLC W 6-1 SLC UTA W 5-1 SLC UTA L 10-5 Louisiana College L 6-4 Louisiana College W 5-3 LeTourneau W 10-0 LeTourneau W 17-0 at LamarSLC L 12-5 SLC at Lamar L 12-0 SLC at Lamar W 1-0 at LamarSLC W 6-4 So. Alabama W 4-3 2 UTPA L 7-0 2 Mississippi State L 6-5 1 UTPA Tournament Edinburg, Texas 2 NCAA South Central Regionals - Arlington, Texas

1979

32-17, 11-5 at Texas L 6-1 at Texas L 11-6 at Texas L 5-0 at Texas L 11-3 UL-Lafayette W 6-5 at UL-Lafayette L 10-8 Oklahoma W 5-3 at Southern Ark. W 10-1 at Southern Ark. W 5-0 at Louisiana College L 3-1 at NW (La.) State L 3-2 at NW (La.) State W 5-3 UALR W 16-3 UALR W 3-2 UALR W 5-0 Texas Wesleyan W 4-3 Texas Wesleyan W 5-4 Missouri-St. Louis W 10-3 Missouri-St. Louis W 2-1 McNeese StateSLC W 6-0 McNeese StateSLC W 11-813 McNeese StateSLC W 5-2 McNeese StateSLC L 8-5 Memphis State W 7-6 Memphis State W 2-1 Ouachita Baptist W 3-2 Ouachita Baptist L 2-1 SLC at UL-Lafayette W 14-4 SLC at UL-Lafayette W 10-613 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 8-4 at UL-LafayetteSLC W 8-1 Southern Ark. W 4-0 at Centenary L 3-115 Louisiana College W 10-3 Louisiana College L 1-0 at UTASLC W 10-1 at UTASLC L 18-4 at UTASLC W 4-3 at UTASLC L 12-4 NW (La.) State W 10-6 NW (La.) State W 5-3 LamarSLC L 4-2 SLC Lamar W 14-8 LamarSLC W 8-7 LamarSLC L 9-0 at Mississippi State L 2-0 at Mississippi State L 14-8

1980

43-24-1, 10-3 SLC SLC North Zone Champions SLC Playoff Champions NCAA Tournament at Texas L 5-2 at Texas L 12-3 at State Mary’s W 2-1 at State Mary’s T 2-2 at Trinity W 7-5 at Rice W 3-2 at Rice L 5-3 at Southern Ark. W 6-3 at Southern Ark. L 10-2

at East Texas Baptist W 4-1 at East Texas Baptist L 7-5 at ULM L 3-2 at ULM L 1-0 at Louisiana College L 9-8 at Louisiana College L 11-2 at NW (La.) State L 2-0 at NW (La.) State L 4-3 SLC UTA L 3-2 UTASLC W 5-4 Mississippi L 2-1 UALR W 6-1 UALR W 12-4 UALR L 13-9 East Texas Baptist L 4-3 East Texas Baptist W 13-2 at Centenary W 7-5 ULM L 6-5 ULM W 5-4 SLC at ASU W 3-0 at ASUSLC W 12-4 at Mississippi W 3-2 at Mississippi L 6-1 at Memphis State W 1-0 at Memphis State W 8-3 at UALR L 2-1 at UALR W 10-3 Mississippi College W 7-6 Louisiana College W 7-6 Louisiana College W 4-3 Mississippi State W 14-4 Mississippi State W 5-1 1 William Carey W 5-1 1 William Carey W 2-0 1 UL-Lafayette L 9-3 1 UL-Lafayette W 3-2 Southern Ark. W 4-3 Southern Ark. W 5-1 NW (La.) State L 4-2 NW (La.) State W 13-0 SLC ASU W 12-5 ASUSLC W 6-2 SLC ASU W 4-3 ASUSLC W 8-3 Ouachita Baptist W 4-2 Ouachita Baptist W 3-2 at UTASLC L 10-6 SLC at UTA L 6-5 SLC at UTA W 8-2 SLC at UTA W 6-4 UTASLC W 3-0 2 Lamar W 6-5 2 Lamar W 4-2 2 Lamar L 23-4 2 at Lamar W 3-2 2 at Lamar W 5-4 3 at Texas W 4-3 3 Hawaii L 2-1 3 at Texas L 7-6 1 Tech Round Robin Tournament 2 SLC Playoffs 3 NCAA Central Regionals - Austin, Texas

B A S E B A L L

L 5-2 L 15-10 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 5-1 W 3-2 W 13-3 W 22-0

B U L L D O G

1973

27-17-1, 9-7 SLC Central Oklahoma L 2-1 Central Oklahoma W 5-3 Central Oklahoma W 4-2 Central Oklahoma W 4-1 Memphis State L 3-0 at Texas A&M L 2-1 at Mississippi W 1-0 at Mississippi W 5-0 McNeese StateSLC W 6-5 McNeese StateSLC L 10-5 McNeese StateSLC W 8-1 Oklahoma State L 6-0 Oklahoma State L 3-2 Nebraska L 3-2 Nebraska W 8-3 Nebraska W 5-0 Nebraska T 6-6 at UL-LafayetteSLC L 7-6 SLC at UL-Lafayette W 9-7 SLC at UL-Lafayette L 7-4 at ULM W 8-7 at ULM W 12-1 Southern Miss W 2-1 Centenary W 4-0 Centenary W 3-0 at Arkansas StateSLC W 13-2 SLC at Arkansas State L 3-1 at Arkansas StateSLC L 5-4 at UTASLC L 2-1 at UTASLC W 3-2 at Louisiana College L 4-0 at Louisiana College W 4-3 Abilene Christian W 1-0 Abilene Christian W 11-2 Abilene Christian W 6-2 at Oklahoma L 16-6 at Oklahoma L 13-2

at Oklahoma LamarSLC LamarSLC LamarSLC at Centenary at Centenary ULM ULM

2 0 1 3

1972

34-14, 11-6 SLC at LSU-New Orleans L 9-4 at LSU-New Orleans W 3-0 at LSU-New Orleans L 1-0 at Southern Miss W 9-8 Southern State W 12-2 Southern State W 4-0 Louisiana College W 6-0 Louisiana College W 5-4 at East Texas Baptist L 8-2 at East Texas Baptist L 4-2 at TrinitySLC L 5-3 at TrinitySLC W 10-2 at LamarSLC L 7-3 at LamarSLC W 6-5 at LamarSLC W 4-3 Central Missouri L 5-2 SLC UL-Lafayette W 8-5 SLC UL-Lafayette L 6-3 UL-LafayetteSLC W 1-0 at McNeese State L 6-4 at McNeese State W 2-0 LSU-New Orleans L 4-2 LSU-New Orleans W 5-4 NW (LA.) State W 9-1 NW (LA.) State W 9-2 at Southern State W 5-4 at Southern State W 10-8 Arkansas StateSLC L 6-1 Arkansas StateSLC W 3-0 SLC Arkansas State W 12-2 Mississippi College W 7-5 Mississippi College W 7-2 UTASLC W 3-1 UTASLC W 3-1 Centenary W 9-0 Centenary W 4-3 McNeese State W 12-1 McNeese State W 7-2 East Texas Baptist W 3-2 East Texas Baptist W 4-2 at Abilene ChristianSLC L 8-0 at Abilene ChristianSLC W 6-2 at Abilene ChristianSLC W 7-0 at ULM L 2-1 ULM W 5-1 at Centenary W 4-2 at Centenary W 8-2

1981

34-19, 8-8 SLC at New Orleans L 8-6 at South Alabama W 14-6 at William Carey L 11-6 at Mississippi State L 10-2 at Mississippi State L 8-7 at Louisiana College L 3-2 at Louisiana College W 7-3 at Southern Ark. W 12-2 at Southern Ark. W 8-0 at Centenary W 7-2 at Centenary W 5-0 at ULM W 3-2 at ULM L 8-7 Wisc.-Stevens PT W 11-9 at Mississippi College W 11-7 ASUSLC W 18-9 ASUSLC W 8-7 ASUSLC W 3-1 ASUSLC W 6-3 at NW (La.) State W 6-4 at NW (La.) State W 5-2 at UTASLC L 6-5 SLC at UTA L 4-2

95

B A S E B A L L B U L L D O G 2 0 1 3

at UTASLC L 4-2 at UTASLC L 4-3 Centenary W 2-1 Centenary W 4-0 UALR W 5-1 NW (La.) State W 7-3 NW (La.) State W 13-3 at East Texas Baptist W 16-8 at East Texas Baptist W 8-3 Southern Ark. W 12-1 Southern Ark. L 9-8 SLC at ASU W 5-3 SLC at ASU L 10-1 at ASUSLC W 2-0 at ASUSLC W 8-2 East Texas Baptist W 5-0 East Texas Baptist W 2-1 ULM L 4-3 ULM W 4-3 Louisiana College W 9-2 Louisiana College W 5-3 UTASLC W 8-4 UTASLC L 7-6 SLC UTA L 5-2 SLC UTA L 6-5 Ouachita Baptist W 14-2 Ouachita Baptist W 5-1 Texas Wesleyan L 3-2 Texas Wesleyan L 9-5 Texas Wesleyan L 5-0

1982

40-26, 7-5 SLC SLC North Zone Champions at NW (La.) State W 16-4 NW (La.) State L 4-3 at Texas L 5-4 at Texas L 15-4 at Saint Edward’s W 5-4 at Saint Edward’s L 5-4 at UL-Lafayette W 3-2 at UL-Lafayette W 6-4 at Texas A&M L 9-7 at Texas A&M L 10-2 at UL-Lafayette W 9-8 at McNeese State W 4-1 at McNeese State W 4-3 Ouachita Baptist W 4-3 Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 at Louisiana College W 3-1 at Louisiana College W 10-2 at Southern Ark. W 11-0 at Southern Ark. W 11-7 at Mississippi L 2-0 at Mississippi L 7-6 McNeese State W 5-1 McNeese State W 3-2 at ULM L 5-2 at ULM L 4-3 UTASLC L 4-3 UTASLC W 9-1 Indiana W 2-1 Texas Wesleyan L 7-1 Mississippi State L 12-5 Mississippi State L 9-6 at ASUSLC W 4-2 at ASUSLC W 11-5 Southern Ark. W 10-0 Southern Ark. W 10-0 William Carey L 3-1 William Carey L 6-1 at UALR W 4-1 at UALR W 7-6 at UALR W 8-6 at East Texas Baptist W 17-12 at East Texas Baptist W 12-0 NW (La.) State W 5-2 NW (La.) State W 8-6 Mississippi College L 13-1 at UTASLC L 12-3 at UTASLC L 8-7 at UTASLC W 9-6 SLC at UTA W 2-0 ULM L 7-3 ULM W 3-2 East Texas Baptist W 9-0

1983

20-30, 5-8 SLC at McNeese State W 6-2 at McNeese State W 4-1 NW (La.) State L 5-2

96

at NW (La.) State L 1-0 Central Missouri W 12-6 Central Missouri W 10-9 at Texas L 6-4 at Texas L 9-4 at Texas L 7-611 at UTPA L 6-5 at UTPA L 9-2 1 at UTPA W 6-2 1 Baylor L 7-3 1 Dallas Baptist L 16-0 McNeese State W 12-1 McNeese State L 7-3 at Louisiana College W 10-0 at Louisiana College L 8-6 Christian Brothers W 9-3 UALR W 3-1 UALR L 11-3 UALR W 3-212 at LSU W 5-2 Mississippi L 6-0 Mississippi W 7-6 Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 Ouachita Baptist W 1-0 SLC ULM L 2-1 ULMSLC L 6-0 ULMSLC L 2-1 ULMSLC W 9-2 2 New Orleans L 18-9 2 Tulane L 10-5 at Mississippi College L 20-2 South Alabama W 11-3 at ASUSLC W 3-1 at ASUSLC W 10-7 at ASUSLC L 3-2 at ASUSLC W 9-2 NW (La.) State L 4-0 at ULMSLC L 9-2 SLC at ULM L 7-6 SLC at ULM L 6-3 at ULMSLC W 2-1 Louisiana College W 7-6 Louisiana College L 5-4 at NW (La.) State L 11-810 at Mississippi State L 8-0 at Mississippi State L 15-4 ASUSLC L 2-1 1 UTPA Round Robin Edinburg, Texas 2 NLU News-Star-World Classic - Monroe

1984

36-23, 8-9 SLC Central Missouri Central Missouri at UL-Lafayette at SW Texas State at SW Texas State at Saint Edward’s at Trinity at Trinity at Stephen F. Austin at Stephen F. Austin Marymount (KY.) Marymount (KY.) East Texas Baptist East Texas Baptist at North TexasSLC at North TexasSLC Texas A&M Texas A&M Houston Houston Delta State Delta State Louisiana College Louisiana College at NW (La.) State at NW (La.) State LamarSLC LamarSLC LamarSLC LSU at ULMSLC at ULMSLC at ULMSLC Henderson State Henderson State ASUSLC ASUSLC ASUSLC at Henderson State

W 6-0 W 11-5 L 17-7 W 12-5 W 3-0 W 8-5 W 8-5 W 13-0 W 3-0 L 1-0 W 10-3 W 5-3 L 2-1 W 12-1 W 13-9 W 7-0 L 11-1 L 6-0 L 3-2 W 10-4 L 17-5 W 10-1 W 7-2 W 18-8 W 5-4 W 11-5 L 4-3 L 20-7 L 12-4 W 2-1 L 7-3 L 3-1 W 11-4 W 4-3 W 7-3 W 5-0 W 8-4 W 12-1 L 5-4

at Henderson State W 4-2 Ouachita Baptist W 17-14 Ouachita Baptist W 17-0 at UTASLC L 8-7 SLC at UTA L 23-7 SLC at UTA L 12-3 at Centenary W 9-1 Mississippi State L 4-2 Mississippi State L 13-2 at Delta State W 5-4 at Mississippi L 4-3 at Mississippi W 4-3 SLC McNeese State W 5-0 McNeese StateSLC W 1-0 McNeese StateSLC L 8-6 NW (La.) State L 4-2 UALR L 8-3 UALR L 4-1 UALR W 4-0

1985

35-12, 11-3 SLC Southern Ark. W 2-121 at Southern Ark. W 6-4 at Southern Ark. W 4-2 at Texas A&M L 5-2 at Texas A&M L 13-5 at Saint Edward’s W 13-0 at SW Texas State L 4-3 at SW Texas State W 3-1 at East Texas Baptist W 13-1 at East Texas Baptist W 5-1 North TexasSLC W 7-1 North TexasSLC W 8-4 North TexasSLC L 5-2 Southern Miss L 9-8 at UL-Lafayette L 6-2 at NW (La.) State L 7-1 at NW (La.) State W 8-0 at LamarSLC W 9-4 at LamarSLC W 5-4 at LamarSLC L 5-3 ULMSLC W 2-0 SLC ULM W 13-2 ULMSLC W 7-0 at Delta State L 8-7 at Delta State W 9-7 UL-Lafayette L 7-3 at Centenary W 5-3 Louisiana College W 16-6 Louisiana College W 16-6 Delta State W 9-0 Delta State W 5-3 at ASUSLC W 1-0 at ASUSLC W 2-1 Ouachita Baptist W 4-0 Ouachita Baptist W 10-0 at Louisiana College W 6-4 SLC UTA W 3-1 UTASLC L 6-5 UTASLC W 5-4 Henderson State W 5-3 UALR W 5-2 UALR W 6-3 Mississippi College W 5-1 Centenary W 7-4 at LSU L 5-1

1986

36-25, 13-5 SLC SLC Champions NCAA Tournament Dallas Baptist W 5-1 Dallas Baptist W 2-1 at NW (La.) State W 7-4 Louisiana College W 9-3 at Texas L 2-116 at Texas L 3-0 Arkansas L 12-2 at New Orleans W 15-13 at New Orleans L 15-10 at Southern Miss W 11-6 at UL-Lafayette W 7-1 at UL-Lafayette W 9-5 Texas A&M W 3-2 Texas A&M L 8-3 Texas A&M L 6-310 Kansas State W 8-7 Kansas State L 6-4 at UTASLC W 1-011 SLC at UTA L 4-2 at UTASLC L 6-5 Delta State L 5-210

LamarSLC W 3-1 LamarSLC L 5-4 LamarSLC L 10-8 Henderson State L 7-6 Henderson State L 4-2 SLC ULM W 10-4 ULMSLC W 10-4 ULMSLC W 5-3 at Delta State L 6-5 at Mississippi State L 5-310 at Mississippi State W 8-7 UL-Lafayette L 14-6 UL-Lafayette W 9-8 Southern Ark. W 7-2 Southern Ark. W 13-2 at LSU L 4-3 Centenary W 14-7 at Louisiana College L 4-3 ASUSLC W 5-0 ASUSLC L 11-7 ASUSLC W 6-0 East Texas Baptist W 22-12 at Mississippi L 13-12 at Mississippi L 7-2 SLC at McNeese State W 10-4 SLC at McNeese State W 14-4 at McNeese StateSLC W 9-3 at Centenary L 7-2 Ouachita Baptist W 15-0 Ouachita Baptist W 14-0 NW (La.) State W 15-6 SLC at North Texas W 5-4 at North TexasSLC W 14-3 at North TexasSLC W 9-2 New Orleans W 8-3 New Orleans W 8-4 1 Tulane W 7-5 1 Jackson State W 14-6 1 at LSU L 7-4 1 Tulane L 9-4 1 NCAA South I Regionals - Baton Rouge

1987

43-14, 12-4 SLC SLC East Zone Champions SLC Playoff Champions NCAA Tournament at UL-Lafayette W 12-5 at Texas A&M W 5-1 at Texas A&M L 14-0 at Dallas Baptist L 14-1 at East Texas Baptist W 16-5 at East Texas Baptist W 11-3 1 at Centenary W 6-510 at UALR W 5-3 at UALR W 8-3 Mississippi L 9-2 Delta State W 14-2 Central Missouri W 12-2 Central Missouri W 6-3 Qunicy College W 10-1 Qunicy College W 9-4 UALR W 8-5 SLC ASU W 15-0 ASUSLC W 5-3 ASUSLC W 13-3 ASUSLC W 9-4 at Henderson State W 7-3 at Henderson State W 11-2 at ULMSLC W 4-0 at ULMSLC L 8-3 at ULMSLC W 7-1 at ULMSLC L 5-4 at Southern Ark. L 15-9 UL-Lafayette W 7-3 2 at S’port Caps. W 9-7 NW (La.) State W 6-5 NW (La.) State W 7-6 Southern Ark. L 19-11 at ASUSLC W 2-0 at ASUSLC W 2-1 SLC at ASU W 13-9 SLC at ASU L 10-2 Louisiana College W 13-3 Louisiana College W 10-0 LSU W 5-410 at Delta State W 6-2 Henderson State W 6-5 Henderson State W 20-1 Mississippi State W 12-8 Mississippi State L 17-13

ULMSLC W 9-1 ULMSLC L 9-3 ULMSLC W 3-1 SLC ULM W 9-8 Centenary W 8-6 at NW (La.) State W 3-0 New Orleans L 9-3 3 at Lamar W 6-2 3 at Lamar L 3-2 3 Lamar W 9-1 3 Lamar W 7-613 4 at New Orleans L 18-5 4 Southern W 5-2 4 Cal State-Fullerton L 11-0 1 at Fair Grounds Field Shreveport 2 Exhibition game 3 SLC Playoffs 4 NCAA South II Regionals - New Orleans

1988

42-19, 10-4 ASC at NW (La.) State W 5-2 at NW (La.) State W 8-3 Centenary W 12-5 Texas A&M L 9-5 Texas A&M W 5-3 Texas A&M W 13-7 at Saint Edward’s W 18-11 at Texas L 10-6 Dallas Baptist W 5-3 Dallas Baptist W 15-4 Evangell College W 10-0 at Mississippi State L 17-4 at Mississippi State L 10-0 at ULM W 10-8 Tulane W 9-4 1 Arkansas L 4-2 1 Baylor L 3-2 1 Oklahoma State L 7-4 East Texas Baptist W 6-5 East Texas Baptist W 14-2 at Tulane L 6-4 at Ala.-Birmingham L 6-2 at Ala.-Birmingham W 2-1 at Livingston W 6-0 UL-LafayetteASC W 3-2 UL-LafayetteASC W 6-2 ULM W 21-6 ULM W 5-3 Delta State W 18-2 Ouachita Baptist W 15-2 Ouachita Baptist W 9-5 at New OrleansASC L 7-4 at New OrleansASC L 10-1 ASC at New Orleans L 10-6 at Centenary W 7-3 UALR W 10-2 UALR W 7-1 at Delta State L 9-8 UTPAASC W 2-0 UTPAASC W 5-412 UTPAASC W 7-4 Louisiana College W 7-5 UTPA L 5-4 ASUASC W 20-8 ASUASC W 8-1 ASUASC W 7-6 Stephen F. Austin W 15-3 Stephen F. Austin L 5-4 at LamarASC W 11-3 ASC at Lamar W 10-3 at LamarASC L 5-1 at Louisiana College W 10-1 NW (La.) State W 8-2 NW (La.) State W 3-1 Memphis State L 8-3 Memphis State W 11-8 Memphis State W 9-4 2 UTPA W 7-613 2 UL-Lafayette L 3-2 2 at New Orleans W 6-1 2 UL-Lafayette L 8-0 1 Dixie College Classic Shreveport 2 ASC Tournament - Edinburg, Texas

1989

38-20, 8-7 ASC at Memphis State at Memphis State

L 5-4 L 5-4

Henderson State W 17-6 at Texas A&M L 11-4 at Texas A&M L 12-9 at Texas A&M L 14-2 at Stephen F. Austin W 6-5 at Stephen F. Austin W 7-5 Mississippi State W 14-7 Mississippi State L 9-1 ULM W 10-6 at ULM W 9-4 at ULM W 6-3 Ark.-Monticello W 17-5 East Texas Baptist L 9-7 East Texas Baptist W 4-0 Ala.-Birmingham W 6-3 Ala.-Birmingham W 2-0 at Delta State W 4-3 at Mississippi W 9-3 at Jackson State W 5-4 ASC at UL-Lafayette W 10-4 at UL-LafayetteASC L 3-1 at UL-LafayetteASC W 6-3 Delta State W 13-6 NW (La.) State W 11-7 NW (La.) State W 7-1 New OrleansASC L 9-4 New OrleansASC L 5-4 New OrleansASC W 3-0 Ouachita Baptist W 12-2 Ouachita Baptist W 12-3 at NW (La.) State W 13-3 at NW (La.) State W 5-2 at UTPAASC L 2-1 at UTPAASC L 2-1 at UTPAASC W 8-2 Jackson State W 16-4 Stephen F. Austin W 18-15 Stephen F. Austin W 9-3 at ASUASC L 4-3 ASC at ASU W 14-3 at ASUASC W 8-0 Centenary W 5-3 at Louisiana College W 11-2 ASC Lamar W 6-5 LamarASC L 3-1 ASC Lamar W 10-4 Louisiana College W 16-1 UTA L 9-4 1 New Orleans L 1-0 1 at UL-Lafayette W 6-1 1 Lamar W 2-1 1 New Orleans W 7-3 1 New Orleans L 4-2 at LSU L 17-2 at LSU L 7-1 at LSU L 8-5 1 ASC Tournament - Lafayette

1990

29-31, 8-7 ASC at LSU L 15-3 at UTA L 8-2 at UTA L 4-1 at UTA L 3-2 Texas A&M W 11-3 Texas A&M W 5-2 Texas A&M L 2-1 UALR W 5-3 at Prairie View A&M W 9-2 at Prairie View A&M W 21-9 at McNeese State L 3-2 at Stephen F. Austin L 3-2 at Stephen F. Austin W 2-1 at Mississippi State L 10-0 at Mississippi State L 6-1 at UALR W 7-3 Delta State L 4-0 Mississippi W 1-0 1 Illinois State W 7-6 10 1 Oklahoma State L 16-13 1 Sam Houston State L 9-4 Louisiana College W 7-1 at Arkansas L 6-3 at Arkansas L 4-1 Ouachita Baptist W 6-0 Ouachita Baptist W 10-3 at Oklahoma L 7-6 12 at New OrleansASC L 7-0 at New OrleansASC L 4-3 11 at New OrleansASC W 7-4 Centenary L 12-4 Belhaven W 3-1 ASC ASU W 3-2 ASUASC L 7-5

1993

25-25, 11-8 SBC at UTA L 2-1 at UTA L 4-3 UALR W 4-3 Centenary W 7-2 Centenary W 7-1 1 Lamar L 5-0 1 Oklahoma L 2-0 1 at McNeese State L 10-1 at Ala.-Birmingham L 6-3 at Ala.-Birmingham L 3-0 at Alabama L 8-5 Mississippi State L 6-5 Mississippi State L 18-8 UL-LafayetteSBC L 5-2 UL-LafayetteSBC W 5-0 at Stephen F. Austin W 10-2 at Centenary L 6-4 at Centenary W 13-5 McNeese State W 7-2 at LamarSBC L 12-3 SBC at Lamar L 2-1 at LamarSBC L 6-5 NW (La.) State L 18-9 South AlabamaSBC L 7-6 South AlabamaSBC W 8-1 SBC UTPA W 7-6 UTPASBC W 3-2 SBC UTPA W 13-0 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 4-3 at UL-LafayetteSBC W 7-1 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 5-2 at ULM L 8-3 SBC New Orleans W 6-5 New OrleansSBC W 7-2 New OrleansSBC W 6-5 Ouachita Baptist W 16-1 Ouachita Baptist W 6-0 ULM W 7-1 SBC at UTPA W 8-2

L 8-3 at UTPASBC at UTPASBC W 5-4 at UALR W 14-5 UTA L 3-1 UTA W 4-1 UTA L 5-1 Ark.-Monticello W 10-1 Ark.-Monticello W 8-6 2 vs. ASU L 9-4 2 vs. UL-Lafayette W 11-10 2 vs. Jacksonville L 11-6 1 Lake Area Classic - Lake Charles 2 SBC Tournament Beaumont, Texas

1994

22-26, 8-16 SBC at UTA W 6-5 at UTA W 9-1 at UTA L 15-1 Houston W 2-1 Houston L 6-0 Houston W 6-5 TCU L 21-7 TCU L 10-3 TCU L 6-510 at UTPASBC W 8-7 at UTPASBC W 10-9 at UTPASBC W 9-6 New OrleansSBC L 14-3 SBC New Orleans L 21-7 SBC New Orleans L 16-8 at McNeese State L 14-0 SBC at Lamar L 3-2 at LamarSBC W 6-5 at LamarSBC L 10-7 Centenary W 6-5 UL-LafayetteSBC L 7-3 SBC UL-Lafayette L 9-2 SBC UL-Lafayette L 8-3 at Stephen F. Austin W 9-4 Belhaven W 20-13 at NW (La.) State L 3-0 NW (La.) State W 7-4 at Mississippi State W 10-1 at Mississippi State L 5-1 UTPASBC W 8-2 UTPASBC W 4-3 UTPASBC W 12-7 Ouachita Baptist W 13-1 Ouachita Baptist W 10-0 SBC at New Orleans L 2-0 at New OrleansSBC L 4-3 SBC at New Orleans L 2-1 McNeese State L 10-3 LamarSBC L 10-0 LamarSBC L 2-0 LamarSBC L 9-5 Stephen F. Austin W 12-3 Stephen F. Austin W 1-0 at ULM L 8-2 ULM W 5-3 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 5-4 at UL-LafayetteSBC W 7-2 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 2-1

1995

19-33, 8-19 SBC at Texas L 11-1 at Texas L 17-9 at Texas L 5-1 Henderson State W 8-1 Henderson State W 7-0 at Sam Houston State W 12-8 at TCU L 9-2 at TCU L 5-1 at TCU L 14-2 at Houston L 15-6 at Houston L 3-2 Ala.-Birmingham L 3-0 Ala.-Birmingham W 8-5 at South AlabamaSBC L 12-1 at South AlabamaSBC W 10-5 at South AlabamaSBC L 10-7 JacksonvilleSBC L 12-1 JacksonvilleSBC L 7-4 SBC Jacksonville L 7-1 at Stephen F. Austin W 12-3 Centenary W 7-3 at UTPASBC L 5-1 at UTPASBC L 11-5 SBC at UTPA L 4-1

Stephen F. Austin W 7-6 at ASUSBC L 12-1 at ASUSBC L 6-1 at ASUSBC L 2-1 Mississippi State L 7-4 Mississippi State W 4-2 UL-LafayetteSBC W 8-4 SBC UL-Lafayette L 5-4 UL-LafayetteSBC W 5-2 NW (La.) State W 14-9 New OrleansSBC W 6-3 New OrleansSBC L 6-5 SBC New Orleans W 4-2 McNeese State L 10-5 at Belhaven W 5-4 at LamarSBC L 1-0 at LamarSBC W 1-0 at LamarSBC L 11-9 at NW (La.) State L 7-2 at Centenary W 9-4 SBC UALR L 6-3 UALRSBC L 4-2 UALRSBC W 11-10 ULM L 7-510 at ULM L 9-4 at WKUSBC W 13-2 SBC at WKU L 9-8 at WKUSBC L 8-1

1996

23-31, 9-17 SBC at UTA W 5-2 at UTA W 3-2 at McNeese State W 13-4 at TCU W 7-1 at TCU W 11-5 SLU L 2-1 1 Kansas L 11-10 1 Ohio State L 10-3 1 at McNeese State L 10-7 Henderson State W 16-1 Henderson State W 4-1 at LSU L 6-1 Ouachita Baptist W 3-1 Ouachita Baptist L 3-2 at NW (La.) State L 6-5 10 SBC WKU L 12-6 WKUSBC L 5-2 WKUSBC L 5-4 10 Ark.-Monticello L 3-2 Ark.-Monticello W 7-1 ASUSBC L 16-7 SBC ASU W 8-4 SBC ASU L 5-3 NW (La.) State W 5-1 at UALRSBC L 12-7 at UALRSBC L 9-2 at UALRSBC W 10-7 SBC at Jacksonville L 5-4 10 at JacksonvilleSBC W 12-9 at JacksonvilleSBC L 6-5 Centenary W 14-6 UTPASBC W 6-5 UTPASBC W 5-4 at Mississippi State L 5-2 at Mississippi State L 6-5 at New OrleansSBC L 10-4 at New OrleansSBC L 6-5 at New OrleansSBC L 9-5 at SLU W 11-7 at McNeese State W 15-1 South AlabamaSBC L 5-2 South AlabamaSBC L 6-5 SBC South Alabama L 7-4 at ULM L 8-5 ULM L 16-8 LamarSBC W 5-4 LamarSBC W 6-3 SBC Lamar W 12-8 McNeese State L 6-2 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 8-4 SBC at UL-Lafayette W 8-5 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 11-0 at NW (La.) State W 6-4 NW (La.) State L 6-5 1 Lake Area Classic - Lake Charles, La.

1997

26-30, 15-12 SBC Ark.-Monticello W 27-5 Ark.-Monticello W 32-0 TCU W 4-3

TCU L 15-11 at Alabama L 9-3 at Alabama L 13-7 Nicholls State L 22-4 Nicholls State W 5-1 Nicholls State L 20-19 Henderson State W 9-8 at Centenary W 16-9 at South AlabamaSBC L 14-7 at South AlabamaSBC L 4-2 at South AlabamaSBC L 8-1 at LSU L 8-2 New OrleansSBC L 12-0 SBC New Orleans W 11-10 New OrleansSBC W 10-1 Henderson State W 15-6 at McNeese State W 6-3 JacksonvilleSBC W 14-9 JacksonvilleSBC W 9-8 SBC Jacksonville L 5-4 LSU L 13-1 at SLU L 17-0 at SLU W 6-3 at ASUSBC L 11-2 at ASUSBC L 15-0 SBC at ASU W 6-510 NW (La.) State L 15-3 at UTPASBC W 5-4 at UTPASBC W 5-0 at UTPASBC W 1-0 at Arkansas L 8-0 at Arkansas L 3-2 SBC UALR W 7-3 UALRSBC W 13-4 SBC UALR W 15-7 Centenary W 9-5 at Centenary L 6-3 at Lamar L 12-1 SBC at Lamar L 7-1 at LamarSBC W 7-3 at NW (La.) State L 5-4 McNeese State L 9-5 at WKUSBC W 16-1110 at WKUSBC W 13-1 at WKUSBC W 15-8 ULM L 9-7 SBC UL-Lafayette L 23-10 SBC UL-Lafayette L 9-4 UL-LafayetteSBC L 9-8 at ULM L 2-0 NW (La.) State W 11-10 1 vs. ASU L 3-1 1 at UL-Lafayette L 8-6 1 SBC Tournament - Lafayette, La.

1998

21-34, 8-18 SBC UTA W 13-12 UTA L 2-13 Central Ark. W 9-2 at SLU W 8-7 SLU W 12-8 at Mississippi State L 4-10 at Alabama L 3-23 at Alabama L 3-510 1 Iowa State L 5-7 1 Ohio State W 9-7 1 McNeese State L 3-14 at Nicholls State W 5-4 at Nicholls State W 4-3 at Nicholls State L 5-8 ASUSBC W 10-910 SBC ASU L 4-21 at LSU L 1-8 SBC UTPA W 11-9 UTPASBC W 11-8 UTPASBC L 2-13 NW (LA.) State W 8-2 at McNeese State L 3-13 at JacksonvilleSBC L 13-22 at JacksonvilleSBC W 17-11 at JacksonvilleSBC L 4-8 LSU-Shreveport W 13-5 LSU-Shreveport W 12-2 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 1-7 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 6-9 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 4-12 at Arkansas L 8-19 at UALRSBC L 1-6 at UALRSBC L 2-4 at UALRSBC W 3-1 at NW (La.) State L 1-3 Southern Ark. W 16-1510

South AlabamaSBC L 1-11 South AlabamaSBC L 4-7 South AlabamaSBC L 8-13 at ULM L 8-9 at New OrleansSBC L 6-13 at New OrleansSBC W 13-0 at New OrleansSBC L 2-8 McNeese State W 13-7 WKUSBC L 5-18 WKUSBC L 2-4 WKUSBC W 12-9 Centenary W 4-2 LamarSBC L 2-25 SBC Lamar W 7-5 SBC Lamar L 10-11 at Centenary L 9-11 ULM L 5-21 NW (LA.) State W 11-9 at NW (LA.) State L 3-9 1 Lake Area Classic - Lake Charles, La.

1999

20-37, 10-22 SBC at NW (La.) State L 6-2 SLU L 13-11 Nebraska L 16-3 Nebraska L 14-8 Lamar W 10-9 McNeese State L 9-8 at SLU L 5-4 LSUS W 13-4 LSUS W 8-7 Indiana State W 14-1 Michigan State W 17-0 at McNeese State L 22-2 Centenary W 13-12 at FIUSBC L 6-2 at FIUSBC L 3-2 SBC at FIU L 7-2 at NW (La.) State L 3-2 SBC South Alabama L 11-6 South AlabamaSBC L 7-1 Arkansas L 10-3 SBC New Orleans L 13-7 New OrleansSBC W 10-7 SBC New Orleans L 11-3 Ark-Monticello W 12-9 at McNeese State L 9-2 at ASUSBC W 16-2 at ASUSBC W 8-2 at ASUSBC L 5-3 SBC FIU W 6-5 SBC FIU L 7-0 FIUSBC L 12-1 Southern Ark. W 5-1 at South AlabamaSBC L 10-2 at South AlabamaSBC L 10-7 at South AlabamaSBC L 11-8 at New OrleansSBC L 7-6 at New OrleansSBC L 3-0 SBC at New Orleans L 11-3 NW (La.) State W 10-4 ASUSBC W 3-2 ASUSBC L 14-6 SBC ASU W 5-2 at LSUS W 17-9 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 3-2 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 12-4 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 12-0 at ULM L 6-2 ULM L 18-8 SBC UALR W 6-4 UALRSBC W 7-3 SBC UALR W 13-12 at Centenary L 10-7 at WKUSBC L 5-3 at WKUSBC W 10-9 SBC at WKU L 4-3 1 vs WKU L 4-3 1 vs UALR L 4-3 1 Sun Belt Conference Tournament, Metairie, La.

B A S E B A L L

1992

31-18, 15-5 SBC SBC West Champions at TCU L 1-0 at TCU W 8-4 at TCU W 6-4

at Stephen F. Austin W 6-5 10 Stephen F. Austin W 9-5 at Centenary W 7-5 UTA L 7-5 UTA L 11-10 1 Creighton L 6-5 1 Ohio State W 6-5 1 at McNeese State L 3-1 at Houston L 4-2 Evangel College W 22-8 2 Grambling State L 6-3 2 Centenary W 5-1 2 NW (La.) State L 4-3 UL-LafayetteSBC W 5-2 SBC UL-Lafayette L 8-4 UL-LafayetteSBC W 2-112 at Mississippi State W 9-1 at Mississippi State L 7-5 at LamarSBC W 6-2 at LamarSBC L 4-3 McNeese State W 10-6 Ouachita Baptist W 11-1 Ouachita Baptist W 9-2 at ASUSBC L 9-2 SBC at ASU W 15-5 SBC at ASU W 10-8 Houston Baptist W 11-1 Houston Baptist W 9-2 NW (La.) State W 14-9 Lamar W 13-1 LamarSBC W 7-3 LamarSBC W 9-1 at NW (La.) State L 6-0 SBC ASU W 5-2 SBC ASU W 6-5 ASUSBC W 9-1 at ULM L 15-5 Centenary W 7-6 SBC at New Orleans L 6-4 at New OrleansSBC L 4-3 SBC at New Orleans W 9-1 SBC UTPA W 3-2 UTPASBC W 4-3 UTPASBC W 11-1 3 Central Florida L 6-4 3 WKU L 5-4 1 Lake Area Classic Lake Charles 2 College Classic - Shreveport 3 SBC Tournament - Mobile, Ala.

B U L L D O G

1991

31-26, 9-8 ASC at LSU L 10-3 at Texas Christian W 6-3 at Texas Christian W 10-9 at Texas Christian L 9-4 UTA L 1-0 UTA W 6-4 UTA L 4-1 at Hardin-Simmons L 9-6 at Hardin-Simmons W 10-9 at Texas A&M W 7-6 at Texas A&M W 11-7 Mississippi State W 7-3 Mississippi State W 5-4 at McNeese State L 8-4 HOUSTON L 3-2 HOUSTON W 2-1 HOUSTON L 3-1 at NW (La.) State L 4-0 at NW (La.) State L 5-0 UALR W 5-1 New OrleansASC L 11-4 ASC New Orleans L 12-2 ASC New Orleans W 6-3 Belhaven W 11-4 Belhaven W 17-8 ULM W 9-3 at ULM L 10-4 at ULM W 12-5 Hardin-Simmons W 12-3 Hardin-Simmons W 1-0 Hardin-Simmons W 2-0 at ASUASC W 3-210 at ASUASC W 4-3 at ASUASC W 11-3 LSU L 13-6 LamarASC W 11-2 ASC Lamar L 5-4 at Mississippi L 6-5 Central FloridaASC W 6-5 Central FloridaASC W 13-5 Central FloridaASC L 7-6 at UALR L 3-2 McNeese State W 5-4 at UTPAASC W 3-2 at UTPAASC L 5-4 at UTPAASC L 12-11 NW (La.) State L 9-8 NW (La.) State W 7-4 ASC at UL-Lafayette L 5-2 at UL-LafayetteASC L 6-4 ASC at UL-Lafayette W 8-7 1 at UL-Lafayette W 8-6 1 Central Florida L 6-4 1 at UL-Lafayette L 10-3 1 ASC Tournament - Lafayette

2 0 1 3

ASUASC L 6-5 13 at NW (La.) State L 11-0 at NW (La.) State L 6-2 at LamarASC W 3-0 ASC at Lamar W 9-0 at LamarASC W 7-1 at Delta State L 13-7 at Centenary W 6-3 McNeese State W 6-5 12 UL-LafayetteASC L 2-1 UL-LafayetteASC L 5-4 ASC UL-Lafayette W 10-5 at Louisiana College W 10-0 Stephen F. Austin L 5-4 Stephen F. Austin L 5-4 NW (La.) State L 4-1 NW (La.) State W 4-1 UTPAASC W 7-0 ASC UTPA L 8-4 ASC UTPA W 7-3 at ULM W 10-5 ULM W 12-10 ULM W 7-5 2 at UL-Lafayette L 11-2 2 ASU W 18-2 2 New Orleans L 8-2 1 College Classic - Shreveport 2 ASC Tournament - Lafayette

2000

26-29, 13-16 SBC Ark. Monticello W 14-1 at Lamar W 8-4 at Lamar L 5-6 at Lamar L 2-15 Centenary W 5-4 Oklahoma State W 12-6 Grambling State L 8-9

97

B A S E B A L L B U L L D O G 2 0 1 3

at Alabama L 5-12 at Ole Miss L 2-9 at Ole Miss L 3-13 at Ole Miss L 1-4 at NW (La.) State L 1-2 Louisiana College W 9-0 LSU-Shreveport W 15-13 LSU- Shreveport W 6-5 at ULM W 7-4 Louisiana College W 16-3 at Centenary W 8-4 UL-LafayetteSBC L 2-11 SBC UL-Lafayette L 8-13 UL-LafayetteSBC L 7-15 Manhattan College W 17-1 UALRSBC W 5-2 UALRSBC L 1-6 SBC UALR W 8-3 at McNeese State L 1-4 at WKUSBC L 1-5 at WKUSBC W 21-2 at WKUSBC W 3-2 McNeese State L 0-7 FIUSBC L 6-8 NW (La.) State W 13-7 SBC at South Alabama L 0-11 at South AlabamaSBC W 8-3 at South AlabamaSBC W 7-4 ULM L 6-9 at New OrleansSBC L 4-6 SBC at New Orleans W 9-3 SBC at New Orleans L 3-13 Arkansas StateSBC L 4-11 Arkansas StateSBC W 4-3 Arkansas StateSBC W 11-4 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 6-7 at UL-LafayetteSBC L 5-9 SBC at UL-Lafayette L 3-12 SBC at UALR L 2-14 at UALRSBC W 3-1 at UALRSBC L 5-9 at ULM L 4-7 ULM W 7-6 WKUSBC W 11-10 SBC WKU W 12-3 WKUSBC W 9-4 1 at FIU L 5-6 1 vs. UL-Lafayette L 2-13 1 SBC Tournament

2001

32-26, 12-14 SBC at Prairie View W 14-0 at Prairie View W 18-1 Grambling State W 24-0 NW (La.) State W 8-5 Mississippi Valley W 15-1 Texas-San Antonio W 9-8 Texas-San Antonio L 5-6 Texas-San Antonio L 6-7 Centenary W 12-7 at NW (La.) State L 2-4 Mississippi L 4-14 Mississippi L 7-10 Mississippi W 7-4 at Alabama L 1-13 Nebraska L 2-13 at FIUSBC L 3-17 at FIUSBC W 10-7 SBC at FIU L 3-4 vs. Arkansas W 12-1 vs. Kansas State L 0-8 NMSUSBC L 0-1 NMSUSBC L 4-8 Alabama W 7-2 at UALRSBC L 4-5 at UALRSBC W 6-4 SBC at UALR L 4-11 at Centenary W 15-4 SBC New Orleans L 6-8 New OrleansSBC W 14-13 New OrleansSBC W 11-10 at Mississippi Valley W 15-9 Centenary L 8-11 at Arkansas State L 1-9 SBC at Arkansas State L 1-8 at Arkansas StateSBC W 3-0 at Texas-Arlington W 3-1 at Texas-Arlington W 6-5 at Middle Tenn.SBC L 4-10 at Middle Tenn.SBC W 11-2 at Middle Tenn.SBC L 5-10 Ouachita Baptist W 20-3

98

Mississippi Valley Mississippi Valley UL-LafayetteSBC UL-LafayetteSBC UL-LafayetteSBC UL-Monroe South AlabamaSBC South AlabamaSBC South AlabamaSBC at ULM WKUSBC WKUSBC WKUSBC 1 vs. FIU 1 vs. UALR 1 vs. South Alabama 1 vs. South Alabama 1 SBC Tournament

W 12-2 W 9-2 W 7-6 W 5-4 W 6-5 W 7-3 W 3-2 L 6-10 L 1-2 L 5-6 W 11-8 W 13-12 L 5-7 W 5-3 W 11-8 L 5-18 L 3-6

2002

21-37, 7-23 WAC Mississippi Valley W 6-2 Mississippi Valley W 16-6 Mississippi Valley W 13-0 Texas-Arlington L 4-10 Texas-Arlington W 4-2 Texas-Arlington W 12-4 at Alabama L 0-4 Prairie View A&M W 13-0 Prairie View A&M W 11-1 Prairie View A&M W 14-2 Nicholls State L 4-5 Nicholls State L 5-9 Nicholls State W 3-2 Mississippi State L 7-14 vs. UALR L 4-5 vs. Texas A&M-CC W 12-2 at NW (La.) State L 1-6 vs. Sam Houston L 3-7 vs. Texas Southern W 16-4 vs. Lamar W 7-6 at San Jose StateWAC W 3-2 at San Jose StateWAC L 3-11 at San Jose StateWAC L 4-5 Texas A&M-CC L 2-8 Fresno StateWAC L 1-14 Fresno StateWAC L 0-2 Fresno StateWAC L 2-3 at ULM W 5-3 WAC at Nevada L 2-4 at NevadaWAC L 8-10 WAC at Nevada W 4-2 at Fresno StateWAC L 0-1 at Fresno StateWAC L 2-3 at Fresno StateWAC L 5-6 at NW (La.) State L 3-4 WAC Hawaii L 4-6 HawaiiWAC W 6-5 WAC Hawaii W 2-1 NW (La.) State L 2-15 San Jose StateWAC L 7-13 San Jose StateWAC L 5-8 San Jose StateWAC L 0-5 WAC at Rice L 2-3 WAC at Rice L 1-9 at RiceWAC L 6-7 ULM W 11-5 NevadaWAC L 7-8 NevadaWAC W 13-7 NevadaWAC L 9-11 WAC at Hawaii L 4-8 WAC at Hawaii W 7-0 WAC at Hawaii W 8-6 at Nebraska L 2-12 at Nebraska L 1-7 at Nebraska L 1-5 WAC Rice L 3-6 RiceWAC L 1-4 WAC Rice L 1-13

2003

18-34-1, 10-20 WAC Centenary W 9-7 Mississippi Valley W 10-1 at Mississippi Valley W 12-6 at Ole Miss L 2-3 at Ole Miss L 5-17 at McNeese State L 1-11 Nebraska W 6-5 Nebraska L 3-14 Nebraska L 8-13 at Nicholls State W 10-4 at Southern Miss L 6-2

at Southern Miss L 15-17 at Southern Miss L 4-10 at Mississippi State T 5-5 WAC Rice L 3-4 RiceWAC L 3-5 WAC Rice L 0-12 at Alabama L 3-6 Texas A&M CC W 10-2 Texas A&M CC L 1-8 1 Arkansas L 7-19 1 at Centenary L 5-10 San Jose StateWAC W 3-2 WAC San Jose State W 7-5 San Jose StateWAC W 10-1 Nw (La.) State W 2-0 at Fresno StateWAC L 5-9 WAC at Fresno State L 5-8 WAC at Fresno State L 4-8 WAC at Nevada L 3-10 WAC at Nevada L 5-8 at NevadaWAC L 6-11 HawaiiWAC W 6-5 HawaiiWAC W 7-6 HawaiiWAC L 4-1 WAC at San Jose State L 0-7 WAC at San Jose State L 1-3 at San Jose StateWAC W 5-1 at RiceWAC L 1-2 at RiceWAC L 13-3 WAC at Rice L 8-2 at NW (La.) State L 0-15 McNeese State W 9-8 Fresno StateWAC W 9-8 Fresno StateWAC L 7-3 Fresno StateWAC W 12-7 at ULM L 6-10 at HawaiiWAC W 3-1 WAC at Hawaii L 1-8 at HawaiiWAC L 1-11 WAC Nevada W 8-3 NevadaWAC L 1-7 NevadaWAC L 3-14 1 Centenary Gent Classic, Shreveport, La.

2004

20-38, 10-20 WAC McNeese State W 9-7 McNeese State L 4-18 McNeese State W 9-3 at Arkansas L 0-2 at Arkansas L 2-22 at Arkansas L 2-13 NW (La.) State L 1-14 Nicholls State W 18-9 Nicholls State W 14-5 Nicholls State W 11-7 Southern Miss L 2-5 Southern Miss L 0-5 Southern Miss L 4-13 Centenary W 5-2 Alabama W 6-1 Kansas State L 4-7 at Centenary W 6-5 Lamar L 10-15 Lamar L 4-7 at Oklahoma State L 2-15 at Oklahoma State W 8-7 at Oklahoma State L 1-19 Mississippi State L 0-7 at San Jose StateWAC W 11-4 WAC at San Jose State L 2-10 at San Jose StateWAC L 3-411 HawaiiWAC W 7-610 HawaiiWAC L 7-13 HawaiiWAC L 1-8 at NW (La.) State L 3-14 WAC at Fresno State W 11-8 at Fresno StateWAC L 3-11 at Fresno StateWAC L 4-12 at Alabama L 1-10 NevadaWAC L 7-13 NevadaWAC L 4-15 WAC Nevada L 9-27 NW (La.) State L 5-8 WAC at Hawaii L 4-8 at HawaiiWAC L 1-9 at HawaiiWAC W 1-0 RiceWAC L 1-4 RiceWAC L 0-7 WAC Fresno State L 10-12 WAC Fresno State W 6-5 Fresno StateWAC W 13-12

at NevadaWAC at NevadaWAC at NevadaWAC at Mississippi State San Jose StateWAC San Jose StateWAC San Jose StateWAC at ULM at RiceWAC at RiceWAC at RiceWAC at RiceWAC

L 3-19 L 2-11 L 0-4 L 7-10 W 5-4 W 9-1 W 7-5 W 7-1 L 0-10 L 0-10 W 6-510 L 1-8

2005

17-39, 9-20 WAC at McNeese State W 3-1 at McNeese State W 8-4 at McNeese State W 9-1 at UL-Lafayette L 10-0 at UL-Lafayette L 9-3 Arkansas L 5-2 Arkansas W 10-8 Arkansas L 9-4 NW (La.) State L 8-1 Sam Houston State L 14-8 Sam Houston State L 13-3 Sam Houston State W 3-210 Grambling State L 10-9 Oklahoma State L 6-2 Oklahoma State L 5-4 at Mississippi State L 5-3 at Nicholls State W 1-0 at Nicholls State W 4-3 at Nicholls State L 5-3 at HawaiiWAC L 8-6 at HawaiiWAC W 5-2 WAC at Hawaii W 9-6 at San Jose StateWAC W 4-2 WAC at San Jose State L 1-0 at San Jose StateWAC L 4-0 NevadaWAC L 11-5 NevadaWAC L 4-3 RiceWAC W 3-2 WAC Rice L 9-6 RiceWAC L 11-4 WAC Fresno State W 2-1 Fresno StateWAC W 5-2 Fresno StateWAC W 10-7 at Lamar L 3-212 at Lamar L 5-4 WAC at Rice L 12-6 WAC at Rice L 17-1 at RiceWAC L 6-2 ULM L 7-6 San Jose StateWAC L 8-412 San Jose StateWAC W 7-6 San Jose StateWAC L 10-8 at NevadaWAC L 10-2 at NevadaWAC L 9-6 WAC at Nevada W 3-1 at NW (La.) State L 3-2 at ULM L 11-4 at Fresno StateWAC L 12-1 WAC at Fresno State L 13-9 at Fresno StateWAC L 10-8 HawaiiWAC L 5-4 HawaiiWAC L 7-4

2006

1 1 1

33-25, 11-13 WAC McNeese State L 4-6 McNeese State L 5-10 McNeese State W 5-3 UTA L 2-7 UTA L 4-10 UTA W 5-4 Grambling State W 21-1 at Arkansas L 9-10 at Arkansas L 2-13 at Arkansas L 2-10 at Ark.-Pine Bluff W 21-1 at Ark.-Pine Bluff W 14-1 at Mississippi State L 1-11 at Southern Miss W 12-7 Michigan W 13-7 Pacific L 9-11 Baylor W 12-4 Lamar W 14-5 Lamar L 4-9 at HawaiiWAC W 6-1 WAC at Hawaii W 5-4 at San Jose StateWAC L 0-2 WAC at San Jose State L 2-6

at San Jose StateWAC W 8-2 UAB W 3-1 UAB W 11-8 UAB W 6-2 Mississippi State W 13-12 UL-Lafayette W 6-3 NevadaWAC W 10-8 NevadaWAC W 11-0 NevadaWAC L 5-11 at Grambling State W 21-2 UL-Lafayette W 9-3 Fresno StateWAC W 5-412 WAC Fresno State W 5-410 Fresno StateWAC W 1-0 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 15-8 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 12-2 at Sacramento StateWAC W 10-7 WAC at Sacramento State L 10-11 at Sacramento StateWAC L 1-2 at NMSUWAC L 2-5 at NMSUWAC L 4-5 at NMSUWAC L 7-8 at ULM W 8-7 WAC Hawaii L 1-9 HawaiiWAC L 2-9 WAC Hawaii L 6-7 HawaiiWAC L 3-5 Alcorn State W 12-5 NMSUWAC W 5-1 NMSUWAC L 4-5 WAC NMSU W 12-8 ULM W 12-3 2 Hawaii L 0-8 2 Sacramento State W 14-9 2 Hawaii L, 2-8 1 Baylor Tournament - Waco, Texas 2 WAC Tourament - Fresno, Calif.

2007

35-24, 14-10 WAC Arkansas L 2-4 Arkansas W 9-2 Arkansas L 2-6 at UTA L 3-8 at UTA W 13-6 at UTA W 9-710 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 18-0 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 22-3 Jackson State W 21-7 McNeese State W 8-2 McNeese State W 15-13 McNeese State W 14-5 Nicholls State W 5-2 Nicholls State L 3-14 ULM W 3-2 ULM L 9-10 at UL-Lafayette L 1-5 at Grambling W 10-7 WAC Sacramento State L 2-4 Sacramento StateWAC W 13-5 Sacramento StateWAC L 5-7 Toledo L 7-10 Toledo W 11-5 at Sam Houston State L 4-5 at Sam Houston State L 6-9 at Sam Houson State W 7-2 at Lamar W 12-9 at Lamar W 16-2 WAC Fresno State L 8-11 Fresno StateWAC W 5-3 WAC Fresno State W 8-6 UL-Lafayette L 6-11 at NW (La.) State L 5-8 Dallas Baptist W 7-2 Dallas Baptist W 11-8 Dallas Baptist W 3-2 WAC NMSU W 5-1 WAC NMSU W 16-10 WAC NMSU W 12-5 Grambling W 8-1 at Sacramento StateWAC W 5-2 at Sacramento StateWAC W 6-3 at Sacramento StateWAC W 8-1 at HawaiiWAC L 4-7 at HawaiiWAC W 10-9 at HawaiiWAC L 2-7 San Jose StateWAC L 2-6 San Jose StateWAC W 12-9 WAC San Jose State W 7-1 at NevadaWAC L 7-9 at NevadaWAC L 0-9 WAC at Nevada W 11-10

at Fresno StateWAC W 10-5 at Fresno StateWAC L 1-3 at Fresno StateWAC L 2-8 at ULM L 9-12 at ULM W 4-3 1 vs. San Jose State L 1-11 1 vs. Fresno State L 2-4 1 WAC Tournament - Reno, Nev.

2008

23-31, 7-23 WAC McNeese State W 14-5 McNeese State W 13-1 McNeese State W 17-0 UTA W 8-4 UTA W 8-1 at ULM W 11-7 1 Arkansas L 8-9 1 Ohio State L 4-7 1 Texas A&M L 4-7 at Baylor W 9-6 at Baylor L 6-7 Central Arkansas L 0-5 Central Arkansas W 3-0 Central Arkansas W 5-4 UL-Lafayette L 2-11 Tennessee-Martin W 8-5 Tennessee-Martin W 6-1 Tennessee-Martin W 11-6 Grambling State W 10-4 at NevadaWAC L 6-11 WAC at Nevada L 3-14 WAC at Nevada L 6-7 at NevadaWAC L 4-6 San Jose StateWAC L 6-11 San Jose StateWAC W 7-2 San Jose StateWAC W 12-1114 Sacramento StateWAC L 2-17 Sacramento StateWAC L 7-13 Sacramento StateWAC L 4-6 at Fresno StateWAC L 5-14 at Fresno StateWAC L 8-9 at Fresno StateWAC L 1-11 WAC at Fresno State L 0-8 at San Jose StateWAC L 1-11 WAC at San Jose State L 3-8 at San Jose StateWAC L 2-3 at San Jose StateWAC L 2-4 NW (La.) State W 12-10 HawaiiWAC L 7-13 WAC Hawaii L 4-8 WAC Hawaii W 14-4 WAC Hawaii W 10-9 at Grambling State W 13-3 NevadaWAC W 9-3 NevadaWAC L 4-8 WAC Nevada L 5-710 WAC Nevada L 0-2 at UL-Lafayette L 3-4 at NW (La.) State L 1-7 ULM W 15-5 at NMSUWAC W 5-4 at NMSUWAC L 11-14 at NMSUWAC W 7-6 WAC at NMSU L 13-15 1 Domino’s Pizza Classic — College Station, Texas

2009

29-22, 13-11 WAC Grambling State W 15-3 at Grambling State W 20-1 Grambling State W 20-9 at NW (La.) State W 9-8 at McNeese State L 5-10 at McNeese State L 6-16 at McNeese State L 5-8 Eastern Michigan W 10-7 Eastern Michigan W 5-4 Eastern Michigan W 10-0 at Stephen F. Austin W 8-610 at Southern Miss L 4-5 at Southern Miss L 3-24 at Southern Miss W 11-4 UALR W 10-911 Houston Baptist W 11-4 Houston Baptist W 8-6 Houston Baptist L 11-1212 at Dallas Baptist L 12-14 at Dallas Baptist L 10-15 at Dallas Baptist L 4-9 WAC Nevada L 5-8 WAC Nevada L 7-11

2012

*WAC Tournament – Mesa, Ariz. Southland Conference (1972-87) America South Conference (1988-91) SBC Sun Belt Conference (1992-2001) WAC Western Athletic Conference (2002-present) SLC

ASC

Overall Coaching Records Coach Overall Conference Berry Hinton 316-206 211-125 Pat Patterson 741-462-2 218-133 Mike Kane 128-128 51-55 Randy Davis 70-95 38-71 Jeff Richardson 99-129 42-75 Wade Simoneaux 263-298-1 104-153 Overall Totals 1,617-1,318-3 680-629

Conference Affiliations Gulf States Conference .....................................(1945-71) Southland Conference .......................................(1972-87) American South Conference ............................(1988-91) Sun Belt Conference ......................................(1992-2001) Western Athletic Conference ...(2002-present)

Series Records (2013 Opponents in Bold) Abilene Christian 5-1 Alabama 2-10 Alabama-Birmingham 7-4 Alcorn St. 4-1 Arkansas 3-22 Arkansas-Monticello 13-9 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 8-0 Arkansas State 79-36 Aurora College 2-0 Austin College 7-0 Baylor 3-10 Belhaven 5-0 Bellarmine (Ky.) 2-0 Buena Vista (Iowa) 1-1 Cal-State Fullerton 0-1 Centenary 77-24 Central Arkansas 6-2 Central Florida 2-3 Central Michigan 0-1 Central Oklahoma 7-1 Christian Brothers 1-0 Creighton 0-2 CSU Bakersfield 0-0 Dallas Baptist 11-8 Delta State 12-9 E. Texas Baptist 24-10 Eastern Illinois 3-1 Eastern Michigan 3-0 Evangel College 2-0 Florida International 3-9 Fresno State 26-31 Grambling State 18-3 Harris Teachers College 1-1 Hawai’i 27-29 Hardin Simmons 4-1 Henderson State 21-7 Houston 5-7 Houston Baptist 4-1 Illinois State 1-0 Indiana 2-0 Indiana State 1-0 Iowa State 0-1 Jackson State 4-0 Jacksonville 4-9 Kansas 0-1 Kansas State 1-3 Lamar 59-47 LeTourneau 6-0 Livingston College 1-0 Louisiana College 46-11 Louisiana-Lafayette 62-76 Louisiana-Monroe 77-63 LSU 18-40 LSU-Shreveport 9-1 Loyola-New Orleans 0-1 Manhattan College 1-0 Marietta 1-0 Marymount (Ky.) 2-0 McNeese State 80-47 Memphis 8-9 Michigan 1-0 Michigan State 1-0 Middle Tennessee 4-5 Minnesota 2-1

Mississippi 10-25 Mississippi College 7-4 Mississippi State 15-34-1 Miss. Valley State 10-0 Missouri- St. Louis 5-1 Nebraska 4-12-1 Nevada 14-42 New Mexico 0-4 New Mexico State 13-20 New Orleans 23-47 Nicholls State 21-24 North Carolina 1-0 Northern Iowa 2-0 North Texas 7-1 Northwestern State 85-60 Ohio State 2-2 Oklahoma 1-7 Oklahoma State 3-10 Oral Roberts 1-2 Ouachita Baptist 30-2 Pacific 0-1 Parson 1-0 Prairie View A&M 7-0 Principia 3-0 Quincy 2-0 Rice 3-26 Sacramento State 16-12 Sam Houston State 4-5 San Jose State 23-32 Seattle U 0-0 St. Edwards (Texas) 4-1 St. Louis 0-1 St. Mary’s (Texas) 1-0 St. Thomas (Texas) 1-0 South Alabama 9-24 Southeastern Louisiana 16-21 Southern 2-0 Southern Arkansas 41-13 Southern Illinois 1-0 Southern Methodist 1-3 Southern Mississippi 13-13-1 Southwestern (Texas) 3-2 Stephen F. Austin 17-5 Tennessee-Martin 5-0 Texas 2-25 Texas A&M 8-23 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2-2 Texas A&M-Kingsville 0-0 Texas Christian 7-9 Texas Southern 1-0 Texas State 3-1 Texas Wesleyan 7-4 Toledo 1-1 Trinity (Texas) 4-2 Tulane 3-4 UALR 50-19 UT Arlington 43-49 UTPA 36-16 UTSA 1-2 Vanderbilt 1-0 Washington U. - St. Louis 1-0 Western Kentucky 12-10 William Carey 2-3 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1-0

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27-28, 7-11 WAC UT Arlington L 10-17 UT Arlington L 2-8 UT Arlington W 8-7 at UAPB W 13-8 at UALR W 11-9 McNeese State W 13-2 McNeese State W 5-4 McNeese State L 3-4 UAPB W 11-6 at Vanderbilt W 9-3 at Middle Tennessee L 4-13 at Middle Tennessee W 4-3 at Middle Tennessee L 2-4 at Centenary L 8-14 Lamar W 8-1 at Creighton L 1-3 at Nebraska L 2-9 at Nebraska L 3-22 at Nebraska L 4-11 at Nebraska W 6-5 Dallas Baptist W 2-1 Dallas Baptist L 3-7 Dallas Baptist L 3-11 Northwestern State W 8-2 at Grambling State W 10-9 at Oral Roberts L 1-9 at Oral Roberts L 4-14 at Oral Roberts W 3-2 Grambling State W 4-1 Sacramento StateWAC W 7-5 WAC Sacramento State L 1-2 Sacramento StateWAC L 6-11 Stephen F. Austin W 9-5 at NevadaWAC L 2-3 at NevadaWAC L 4-7 at NevadaWAC L 3-4 at New Mexico StateWAC L 2-3 WAC at New Mexico State L 3-4 at New Mexico StateWAC L 0-10 UALR W 11-2 Hawai’iWAC L 3-412 Hawai’iWAC W 9-4 Hawai’iWAC W 4-1 San Jose StateWAC W 4-3 WAC San Jose State W 10-5 San Jose StateWAC W 4-1 17. Arkansas L 5-610 WAC at Fresno State L 2-12 at Fresno StateWAC L 0-4 at Fresno StateWAC W 5-2 vs. Nevada* L 3-4 vs. Hawai’i* W 9-6 vs. New Mexico State* W 15-12 vs. Nevada* W 18-5 vs. Fresno State* L 4-6

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2010

27-30, 11-13 WAC Alcorn State L 0-1 Alcorn State W 14-6 Alcorn State W 12-2 at Grambling State W 20-3 McNeese State L 12-19 McNeese State W 8-710 McNeese State W 8-5 at Baylor W 14-6 at UTPA W 10-8 at UTPA W 9-513 at UTPA L 7-23 at Baylor L 4-12 at New Mexico L 10-13 at New Mexico L 14-1510 at New Mexico L 6-710 at New Mexico L 6-12 at Central Arkansas L 0-1 Southern Miss W 4-3 Southern Miss L 7-15 Grambling State W 11-1 at Minnesota L 2-3 at Minnesota W 9-1 at Minnesota W 5-2 Texas Wesleyan W 10-3 Texas Wesleyan W 10-0 Texas Wesleyan W 11-1 LSUS L 7-10 San Jose StateWAC W 14-1 San Jose StateWAC L 2-8 San Jose StateWAC L 6-12 WAC San Jose State W 10-2 at Fresno StateWAC W 13-7 WAC at Fresno State W 13-5 at Fresno StateWAC L 4-14 at Fresno StateWAC L 2-12 Hawai’iWAC L 0-10 WAC Hawai’i W 9-5 WAC Hawai’i L 13-14 Hawai’iWAC W 14-6 WAC at NMSU L 10-11 at NMSUWAC L 13-16 at NMSUWAC L 6-10 at NMSUWAC L 8-22 WAC Sacramento State W 17-11 WAC Sacramento State W 27-12 Sacramento StateWAC W 5-4 Sacramento StateWAC W 7-2 at No. 10 Arkansas L 4-510 at No. 1 Texas L 9-10 at No. 1 Texas L 2-13 Central Arkansas W 13-5 WAC at Nevada L 5-8 at NevadaWAC W 14-8 at NevadaWAC L 1-18 at NevadaWAC L 5-10 vs. Hawai’i* L 7-810 vs. Nevada* L 1-3 * WAC Tournament - Mesa, Ariz.

2011

34-27, 12-12 WAC Southern Illinois W 3-1 1 Nicholls State W 4-2 1 Grambling State W 13-0 UALR W 10-911 at McNeese State L 6-7 at McNeese State W 7-611 at McNeese State W 11-10 at UALR L 5-8 Middle Tennessee State W 12-9 Middle Tennessee State W 3-2 Middle Tennessee State L 6-9 at 17. Baylor L 4-8 at 17. Baylor L 0-7 at 17. Baylor L 8-12 at 17. Baylor L 2-6 at Texas-Arlington L 6-11 at 25. Rice L 1-5 at 25. Rice L 2-5 at 25. Rice L 3-11 Alcorn State W 5-1 at Grambling State W 7-3 Texas-Pan American L 8-10 Texas-Pan American W 5-4 Texas-Pan American W 9-5 Southern Arkansas W 4-2 LSU-Shreveport W 3-2 LSU-Shreveport W 6-0 Northwestern State L 3-5 New Mexico StateWAC L 2-4 New Mexico StateWAC W 7-0 New Mexico StateWAC L 5-7 New Mexico StateWAC W 10-0 at Hawai’iWAC L 0-1 at Hawai’iWAC L 2-10 at Hawai’iWAC W 3-0 at Hawai’iWAC L 2-5 at San Jose StateWAC L 0-18 WAC at San Jose State W 5-4 at San Jose StateWAC L 2-310 at San Jose StateWAC L 0-4 Grambling St. W 5-2 at Northwestern State W 5-2 NevadaWAC W 3-1 NevadaWAC W 8-2 WAC Nevada W 6-5 WAC Nevada L 6-10 Texas-Arlington W 7-5 WAC 19. Fresno State L 4-9 19. Fresno StateWAC W 8-6 19. Fresno StateWAC L 4-7 19. Fresno StateWAC W 8-4 Mississippi Valley State W 15-1 Mississippi Valley State W 5-4 at Sacramento StateWAC W 4-1 at Sacramento StateWAC L 4-5 at Sacramento StateWAC W 2-1 at Sacramento StateWAC W 8-3 vs. New Mexico State* W 9-3 vs. Fresno State* L 1-13 at San Jose State* W 9-5 vs. Hawai’i* L 10-18 1 Louisiana Tech Classic *WAC Tournament – Mesa, Ariz. 1

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NevadaWAC L 1-47 NevadaWAC W 17-14 at San Jose StateWAC L 5-11 at San Jose StateWAC L 0-6 at San Jose StateWAC L 4-158 WAC at San Jose State L 7-8 NW (La.) State W 15-3 Fresno StateWAC W 11-9 Fresno StateWAC W 17-57 Fresno StateWAC W 14-12 WAC Fresno State W 14-6 Texas Wesleyan W 11-97 Texas Wesleyan W 16-77 at Sacramento StateWAC L 7-8 at Sacramento StateWAC L 6-8 at Sacramento StateWAC W 7-4 at Sacramento StateWAC W 10-5 at HawaiiWAC W 5-1 at HawaiiWAC W 8-5 WAC at Hawaii W 8-4 at HawaiiWAC W 8-7 New Mexico StateWAC W 6-5 New Mexico StateWAC L 0-167 New Mexico StateWAC W 17-9 New Mexico StateWAC L 3-8 1 Hawaii W 4-3 1 New Mexico State L 5-6 1 San Jose State L 3-147 1 WAC Tournament - Honolulu, Hawaii

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B A S E B A L L

LETTERWINNERS A

Scott Abadie 99, 00 Casey Adams 02, 03 Don Adams 64, 65 Jake Adams 00, 01 Jay Adcock 77, 78, 79, 80 Gwynn Adkins 42 Ruday Adkins 42 Todd Adkins 84, 85 Dale Akers 86, 87 E.J. Albritton 47 Henry Albritton 48, 49, 50, 51 Joe Albritton 66, 67, 68 John Albritton 76, 77, 78, 79 Ricky Albritton 66 Clay Alexander 07, 08, 09 Jeremy Alford 03, 04 Curtis Allen 55, 56, 57, 58 Fairon Allen 03 Grover Allen 05 Andrew Alsup 04, 05, 06, 07 Steve Alverson 05, 06 Sam Alvis 11 Will Alvis 10, 11 Kole Ambeau 94 Mark Anders 94 Baron Anderson 90, 91, 93 John Anderson 08, 09 Milford Andrews 53, 54, 55, 56 Carl Anker 72 Carlos Aristi 95, 96 L.P. Armstrong 45 Kyle Arnsberg 12 David Arthur 97 Marlin Askew 74 Calvin Askins 48, 49 Scott Atchison 95 Ted Atkinson 91, 92 James Aulds 87, 88, 89, 90 Shelby Aulds 81, 82, 83, 84 T.J. Avallone 04

B

Kelton Bacon 60, 61, 62, 63 Robert Bailey 76, 77, 78, 79 Earl Baker 41, 42 John Ballance 47 Daniel Banas 80, 81 George Barefield 77, 78, 79 Andy Barham 60 Cecil Barham 68, 70 Curtis Barham 65, 66, 67, 68 Gene Barham 57 Steve Barham 68, 69, 70 Robert Barr 82 Josh Barrett 10, 11 Don Bartlet 70 Brady Bascle 04, 05, 06, 07 Dusty Bastion 04, 05 Joey Bates 68 Kenneth Bates 53 Stein Baughman 55 Bryan Beck 98, 99, 00, 01 Bryan Bell 97, 98 Richard Bell 59, 62 Ronnie Bell 65, 66, 67, 68 George Berry 52, 53, 54 Jimmy Berry 69 Mgr. Corbett Best 72, 73 Jeff Best 79, 80, 81, 82 Leamon Best 52, 53, 54, 55 Lewis Best 51 Ed Beuerlein 88, 89 J.W. Bibb Jr 44 Richard Bill 60, 61 Frank Bitts 61, 62 Casey Blalock 01, 02 Newell Blume 60, 61, 62, 63 Jim Boehne 85, 86 James Boggs 83, 84, 85 Chris Bohannan 07, 08

100

Albert Bolen 58 T.D. Bonvillian 41 Tommy Bost 97, 98 Joseph Don Bourgue 87 Nick Bouzos 00 Ronald Botica 69, 70 Nathan Bounds 06 Mims Boyce 03, 04, 05, 06 Carl Boyd 81, 82, 83, 84 J.R. Boyette 53 Jamey Bradshaw 07, 08, 09, 10 Danny Brady 72 John Brandon 02, 03 Barry Brasher 81, 82 Bob Brasher 73, 74, 75, 76 Robert Brasher 46, 47, 49 Kevin Braswell 78, 79, 80, 81 Landon Braud 05, 06, 07, 08 Bart Braun 04 Dan Breazeale 10, 11 Dave Brennan 88, 89 Derek Brewster 01, 02 Eric Brewster 00 Dickie Britton 71, 72, 73 Kenneth Brown 54, 55 Richard Brown 78, 80 Thomas Brown 90 W.T. Bruce 44 Matt Buckle 00, 01 Drew Bunting 07, 08 Taylor Burch 11, 12 Michael Burke 77, 78 L. Burks 46, 47, 49 Luke Burnett 06, 07, 08 Blake Burns 04 Ronnie Burns 68, 69, 70 C.J. Butera 45

C

Josh Calhoun 96, 97 Mgr. Craig Campbell 85, 87 Scott Campbell 90, 91 John Cardaro 63 Ben Carlisle 11, 12 Lonnie Carlisle 58, 59, 60 R.E. Carpenter 44 Ben Carrol 48, 49, 50 C.B. Carter 45 Jason Carter 97 Jim Case 79, 80, 81, 82 John Cassibry 69, 70, 71, 72 Reggie Cassibry 65, 66, 67, 68 Nick Cauley 01, 02 Brett Caulfield 95, 96 H.C. Chancellor 44 J.A. Charon 45 Brad Chedister 03, 04 Orville Chism 45 Gary Chitwood 88, 89 Marcus Clapp 00, 01 David Clary 85 Jamelle Clements 09, 10 Don Clinton 86, 87 Adam Cobb 05, 06, 07, 08 Kevin Cobb 91 Ronnie Coil 56 David Cole 99 Frank Colston 85, 86 Melvin Colvin 54, 55, 56, 57 Matt Combs 07, 08, 09 George Cook 87, 88 Mgr. Richard Corbello 68, 69, 70, 71 John Cordaro 61, 62 Martie Cordaro (Honorary) 98 F.T. Cordell 45 Jason Corley 95, 96, 97, 98 Bunk Coronado 09 Doug Courtney 84 Chris Cowles 02 Billy Cox 82 Sam Cox 51, 52 Charles Crabtree 52, 53

Jim Craig 99 Gary Crawford 68, 69, 70, 71 Ralph Cross 56 R.S. Cruickshank 44

D

Devon Dageford 09, 10 David Dark 91, 92 Chad Darnell 99 Ricky Davis 84 Steve Davison 86, 87, 88, 89 Anthony Daye 86, 87, 88 Jeff DeAlejandro 06, 07 Jeff deBautte 90 Randy DeBruhl 90 Tony DeCastro 92 Paul Delacroix 47, 49 Joe Dennis 74 Mgr. Mark DeRolf 80 Jacob Derouen, 12 Robby Devinney 02 Justin Dewett 03 Dean Dick 69, 70, 71, 72 Pearce Didier 42, 46, 47 Adam Dodson 02, 03 Henry Donald 82, 83, 84, 85 Dakota Doss, 12 Mark Doubleday 95, 96 Calvin Douglas 49, 50 Caleb Dudley 10, 11, 12 Bart Dugdale 01, 02, 04 Bill Duncan 64, 65, 66, 67 Danny Dunigan 89 Larry Dunn 94, 95 Michael Duperron 00 Don Durr 60 Tommy Durrett 77, 78, 79 Richard Dzingel 82

E

Greg Eason 77 Eric Emfinger 03 David Erickson- 76, 77, 78, 79 Kenny Estep 97 Clint Ewing 08, 09, 10, 11

F

Benn Fairbanks 10 Jimmy Faircloth 85, 86, 87 Randal Fallin 64, 65, 66, 67 James Farrar 50, 51, 52 Joe Farrar- 53 James Ferguson 12 George Ferrington 51, 52, 53 Chuck Finley 81 Tim Flournoy 84 Rene’ Fonte 83, 84 Dan Forer 79, 80 Joey Ford 10, 11 Dick Foster 50 Troy Fowlkes 92, 93 Mike Franko 00 Danny Fraraccio 91, 92 Josh Frisby 98 Charles Fuller 60, 61, 62 Gary Fuller 78 Mark Fuller 70, 71 Mike Funk 94, 95

G

Roger Galatas 55 Michael Galvan 87, 88 Stephen Gandy 12 Dennon Garner 46, 47 James Garner 41 Greg Garrett 91, 92 George Garrett 60, 61, 62, 63 Charles Garris 58, 59, 60 Eric Gashel 98, 99, 00, 01 Jerell Gates 65 Ryan Gebhardt, 11, 12 Jerry Gill 71, 72, 73

Jamie Gilley 12 Johnny Giordano 80, 81, 82 C.J. Girthens 45 Matt Glasscock 06 Justin Gordey 09, 10, 11, 12 Albie Goulder 05, 06, 07, 08 Jerry Goza 97, 98 Travis Granberry 05 Andrew Green 00 Nick Green 01 Pat Greene 84 Matt Greer 98 Dan Gressett 99, 00 Bubba Griffin 97 Dustin Griggs 04 Bo Grimes 98, 99, 00, 01 Nick Grunenwald 06, 07, 08, 09 Greg Guidry 95, 96 Marty Guillory 98 Kenny Guillot 85, 86, 87 Ricky Guillot 03, 04 Paul Gunsallus- 89, 91, 92, 93 Lee Gwaltney 01, 02

H

Ben Haddox 02, 03 Mike Hall 02 Patrick Hall 94, 95, 96, 97 Greg Hamilton 71, 72, 73, 74 James Hamilton 40 Ryan Hamilton 05, 06 Gene Hammer 50 Steven Hampton 98 Jay Hancock 92, 93, 94 Lee Hanta 88, 89 Joe Harris 94, 95, 96 Mark Harris 90, 91, 92, 93 Steve Harris 83, 84, 85, 86 Jimmy Harrison 49, 50 Bubba Harrist 89 Aron Hastings 97 Wes Hawkins 91, 92, 93 John Hay 67 Randy Hay 68 Brandon Haygood 02, 03, 04, 05 Larry Haynes 60 Richard Heard 05 Austin Hedges 10, 11, 12 Clint Helms 08 Keith Henry 96 Thomas Herrin 48 Chris Herron 03, 04 LeRoy Hewette 41, 42 Phillip Hiatt 90 Ben Hickman 98, 99 Van Hicks 46, 47 Berry Hinton 48 Billy Hinton 40, 41 Dick Hinton 54, 55 Mike Hinton 95, 96 Rosiac Holcomb 62 Gary Holik 05 Buck Hollis 47 John Hollis 42 Cecil Holman 72 Dale Holman 77, 78, 79 Eddie Holman 71, 73, 74 R.A. Holstead 48, 49 Lowell Hord 50 Scott Horrigan 97, 98 Rennie Howard 64, 65, 66, 67 Rodney Howard 72, 73, 74, 75 Jay Howell 97, 98, 99 Kevin Howland -94, 95 Rickey Huckabay 64, 65, 66, 67 Brandon Hudson 05, 06, 07 Johnny Hudson 60 Ashton Hughes 09, 10, 11 Jim Hughes 82, 83 Joe Hughes 88 Robert Humble 52 Kyle Humphreys 02, 03

Clyde Hunt 54, 56, 57 Mack Hunt 60, 61 Richard Hunter 89, 90, 91, 92 Ryan Hurst 96 David Huska 62

I

Fraser Inouye 00 Gabe Ishee 95

J

Dean Jackson 96 Ryan Jackson 02, 03 Jim Jagnow 83, 84 Randy Jamar 78, 79, 80 B. Jarman 46, 47 Mike Jeffcoat 78, 79, 80 Mike Jefferson 09, 10, 11 Barry Johnson 74, 75, 76, 77 Colby Johnson 11 Lee Johnson 98 Casey Jones 08, 09, 10 Charlie Jones 91, 92, 93, 94 Chesley Jones 46, 47, 48 Courtney Jones 07 Gary Jones 70, 71, 72, 73 Jericho Jones 06, 07, 08 Lee Jones 88 Eddie Joyce 55, 56, 57 Kenny Joyner 76, 77, 78, 79 Chris Juneau 07, 08

K

Greg Kahmann 90, 91 Michael Kane 77, 78 Austin Kattenbraker 83 R.A. Kaufman 45 Corey Kelley 95 R.E. Kelley 44 Ryan Kelly 97 Frank Kellner 88, 89 Chip Kendall 91, 92 Chris Kersten 06, 07, 08, 09 Jay Kibbe 77, 78, 79 Bre’shon Kimbell 12 Gary King 95 Adam Kirkendall 00, 01, 02, 03 Tuan Knight 93, 94 Alan Knotts 05, 06, 07, 08 B.J. Knotts 44 Jim Knotts 56, 57 Steve Kordisch 72, 73, 74 Edwin Koss 67 Robert Kranz 74, 75 Andy Kroll 83 Tom Krupa 81, 82 Doyline Kyle 55, 56

L

Paul Labenne 61, 62, 63, 64 Lane LaBorde 01 Matt Lacy 02, 04, 05, 06 Steve Lacy 73, 74, 75 D.D. Lahey 45 Billy Laird 63, 64, 65 Gil Laird 04, 05 Jared Lamothe 02, 03, 04 Robert J. Lancaster 40, 41 Scott Landon 81, 82 Wendell Lario 61 Andrew Lassere 05, 06, 07, 08 Tony Lawrence 95, 96, 97 Richie LeBlanc 85, 86, 87 Mike LeBreton 08, 09, 10, 11 Chris LeBrun 86, 87, 88 Mgr. David Lee 62, 63, 64 Robert E. Lee 55 Keith Lefell 70 Curtis Lewis 90 Mgr. Marion Lewis 59 Marvin Lewis 95, 96 Max Lewis 61, 62

Buddy Napper 42 Marshall Napper 74, 75, 76 Kody Neel 12 Art Neimann 80, 81 Ryan Nelson 96 Josh Newton 98, 99 N.K. Nitmer 45 Chester Nojicki 42 Robert Nolan 51, 52 Bill Norwood 71, 72, 73, 74 Pat Nucks 40

O

Robert Ogle 99, 00 Jim Opel 61, 62, 63 Desmond O’Quine 99 Glen Ortega 87, 88, 89, 90 Doug Ortman 84, 85, 86 Jim Orton 58, 59 Daniel Otts 40, 41 Andy Overholser 90, 91 Thomas Owens 83

P

James Pace 49, 50 Alvin Parker 59, 60, 61, 62 Jason Parker 95 Newell Parker 64 Tim Parker 86 Mgr. George Parsons 51, 52 Cole Patterson 92, 93, 94 Gary Patterson 68, 69, 70, 71 Wayne Paynter 63, 64 Tyris Pendergrass 50 Jim Penton 59, 60, 61 F.C. Perkins 45 Walter Perro 46, 47 Richard Perry 69, 70 Trevor Petersen 10, 11, 12 Bob Petit 54 Ardis Lee Phillips 55 Marc Piccola 11 Kevin Pickens 84, 85, 86, 87 Jimmie Pierson 40 Bill Pittman 81, 82, 83 Jamey Plumber 86 Steve Porter 77, 78 Mike Powell 63 Taylor Powers 06 Dan Preaus 01, 02, 03 Steven Preaus 01 Drew Pregeant 93, 94, 95, 96 Charles Presley 84, 86 David Presley 97 Mgr. John Presley 86 Darren Preston 87 Jonte Price 00 John Prudhomme 42 Phil Puckett 58 Jeff Putfark 91, 92, 93, 94 Chris Pyle 95 Mgr.

Q

Tyler Qualls 11, 12

R

Amos Ramon 05, 06 Arnold Ramsey 63, 64 Bill Randolf 51, 52, 53 Nick Rath 01, 02, 03 Jeff Ray 93, 94 Danny Reed 89 M. Reed 46 Aldin Reeves 65, 66 Marion Reeves 59 Kevin Reinhart 76 Willie Reise 65

S

Antonio Sabitini 02, 03, 04 H.V. Sanders 45 Scott Sanders 83, 84 Tony Sanders 01 Jason Santiago 05 Jeff Scheumack 77, 78 Rex Schimpf 78, 79, 80, 81 Jason Schneider 00, 01, 02, 03 Glen Schuler 56, 57, 58, 59 Jeff Schwaner 85, 86, 87, 88 Devin Scott 06 J.T. Scott 47 Wade Scott 56, 57, 58, 59 David Segui 87 Drew Sessions 98 Jim Sewell 61, 63 Ken Shamburg 88, 89 Derek Shaw 06, 07 Sam Sheppard 50, 51, 52, 53 Bill Sheriden 89, 90 Mgr. Bobby Shows 55, 56, 57 Cullen Simmons 99, 00, 01, 02 Eddie Simpson 86 Roger Slack 65, 66, 67, 68 Michael Slay 75 Steve Smallwood 91, 92 Aaron Smith 99 Barney Smith 52 D.G. Smith 44 Gene Smith 64, 65 K. Smith 46 Robert Smith 81, 82, 83, 84 Toby Smith 49, 50 Tom Smith 48, 49, 50 Wayne Smith 68 Billy Sneed 63, 64 Brandy Snipp 84 Tommy Soileau 96 Mgr. Shawn Sonnier 97, 98 Steve Soper 04 T.J. Soto 97, 98, 99, 00 Kyle Spanger 03, 04 Roger Stalling 73, 74, 75, 76 Jordan Stanley 85 Jeb Stefan 09, 11, 12 Jon Pat Stephenson 64 George Stone 65, 66 Jesse Storts 52, 53, 54, 55 Lynn Stroud 64 Clint Stubbs 08, 09, 10 Chad Sweitzer 93, 94 Doug Swenson 76

T

Ben Tabor 03, 04, 05, 06 Bill Tally 52 Billy Tanksley 95, 96, 97 Barry Taylor 86

Billy Taylor 83, 84, 85, 86 Frank Taylor 41, 42 Jim Taylor 73 Sean Teague 92, 93 Taylor Terrasas 10, 11, 12 Dylan Thaxton 00 Glenn Theis 66, 67, 68, 69 Keith Thibodeaux 77, 78, 79, 80 Art Thigpen 68, 69, 70, 71 Drew Thomas 06, 07, 08, 10 Patrick Thomas 06, 07, 08, 09 Clyde Thompson 56, 57, 58, 59 Mark Threlkeld 09, 10, 11 Billy Till 53, 54, 57 James Tinsley 40, 41 Tyson Toal 03 Roland Tollett 91, 92 I.J. Towns 45 Dudley Trigg 56 Art Troncosa 65 Curtis Tubbs 57 Jay Tucker 79, 80 Mitch Tucker 02, 03, 04, 05 James Tuggle 80, 81, 82, 83 Frank Turk 79, 80, 81 Larry Turpin 75, 76 Fred Tyler 50 Tim Tyler 40

U

Mark Uberecken 99 Darin Uptigrove 01, 02

V

Jerry Valentine 65 Robert Van Vuren 83, 84 Toby Van Zile 90 Matt Varner 03 Robert Vavrik 87, 89, 90 Ken Vicknair 79, 80, 81, 82

Jonathan Yerby 05 Robert Young 41

Z

Joe Zaffatter 60, 61 Bold denotes current member of the 35-man roster

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in whose honor or memory a scholarship has been established. The financial boost provided by these endowed scholarships is critical to maintaining a successful athletics program.

Leon Barmore

Leamon Best

Terry Bradshaw

Dr. Billy Bundrick

John Cassibry

Tommy Joe Eagles

Hoss Garrett

Bob & Brenda Haley

Robert Hayes, Jr.

Mrs. Jeanette Hinckley

Justin Hinckley

Dr. Guthrie Jarrell

Maxie Lambright

Karl Malone

Robert “Bob” May

Virginia Lomax Marbury

William Ardis Marbury, Jr.

James Robert Michael

Jimmy Mize

Jackie Moreland

Pat Patterson

Jim Rivers

Mike Sorenson

Wayne Smith

Matt Stover

W.H. “Eva” Talbot

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A number of student-athletes attend Louisiana Tech as a result of endowed athletic scholarships, which have been established as a means of supporting intercollegiate athletics. Tech athletics would like to thank and recognize the following individuals who have established scholarships to benefit athletics or

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DR. DAN RENEAU University President

For over half a century, President Dan Reneau and Louisiana Tech University have shared a reputation for higher education excellence, leadership and performance that is unrivaled anywhere in the State of Louisiana. With a passion for service and a commitment to his University and its constituents, Dr. Reneau has become one of the most respected and admired educational leaders in the history of Louisiana higher education. Dr. Reneau’s many accomplishments at Louisiana Tech began with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 1963. He also earned a master’s degree from Tech in chemical engineering in 1964, followed by a doctorate from Clemson University in 1966. Dr. Reneau returned to Louisiana Tech in 1967 as an assistant professor of chemical engineering and quickly distinguished himself as a scholar and researcher. He has published over 80 technical papers in books and journals, edited five books, and attended over 100 international meetings and conferences. In 1972, Dr. Reneau was responsible for establishing Louisiana Tech’s Biomedical Engineering Department – one of the first of its kind in the United States. The department and its undergraduate curriculum became only the fifth program accredited in the nation. The Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. program was later awarded a Commendation of Excellence by the Louisiana Board of Regents. Dr. Reneau’s continued vision and leadership resulted in his appointment as Louisiana Tech’s Vice President of Academic Affairs in 1980. In this capacity, he served as chief academic officer to some 400 faculty housed in six colleges and three professional schools, offering 160 different degree programs. During his tenure, every major program with an accrediting agency was awarded accreditation. He was also instrumental in establishing Louisiana Tech’s Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science. On February 20, 1987, the Board of Trustees for State Colleges and Universities selected Dr. Reneau as the 13th President of Louisiana Tech University. While accomplishments have been many during Dr. Reneau’s tenure as President of Louisiana Tech, some of the most notable include the implementation of selective admissions, achievement of Division I-A football status, establishment of the Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM), construction of a new state-of-the-art Biomedical Engineering facility, attainment of the Carnegie Research University/High Research Activity classification, and the establishment of a 50-acre research park between the Tech campus and downtown Ruston called Enterprise Campus. In 1995, Dr. Reneau was awarded the Distinguished Arthur T. Prescott Professorship in Engineering. In 1999, the Clemson Alumni Association, in conjunction with Clemson University, installed Dr. Reneau as an inaugural Alumni Fellow of the University. The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering selected Dr. Reneau as a 2000 AIMBE Fellow. In 2002, he was awarded the Newell Perry Award by the National

Federation of the Blind – the highest honor that is given by the National Federation of the Blind. In recent years, Dr. Reneau has led Louisiana Tech to the University of Louisiana System’s (ULS) highest graduation rate, highest retention rate, highest average freshman ACT score, and fastest time-to-completion rate for first-time baccalaureates as well as achieving record graduate enrollment and doctoral graduates. Dr. Reneau has led Louisiana Tech to a Tier One “National University” ranking by U.S. News & World Report, as well as a designation as an SREB Doctoral Four-Year 2 Research University, a Carnegie Foundation Research University with High Research Activity (RU/H) and a “statewide university” as defined by the Louisiana Board of Regents. Louisiana Tech has been ranked in the nation’s top 10 for graduating students with the least amount of debt for three consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report (2010, 2011 and 2012) and was the highest ranked Louisiana public university in mid-career median pay for graduates, according to PayScale. com (2010). Tech was also north Louisiana’s only public university to make the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. As he enters his 26th year as Louisiana Tech President, Dr. Dan Reneau continues to share his vision for moving Louisiana Tech forward and strengthen his commitment to serving the students and alumni of his University. Through Dr. Reneau’s leadership, Louisiana Tech University has transformed itself from an aspiring regional university into one of the state’s premier research institutions. Dr. Reneau is a native of Woodville, Mississippi and is married to the former Linda Digby of Bernice, whom he met as a student at Louisiana Tech. They have two children, John and Dana, who are also both Louisiana Tech alumni. John currently lives in Las Vegas and Dana lives in Baton Rouge with her husband, Jim Bernhard, and their two sons, Michael and Ben.

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Western Athletic Conference five consecutive years for its marketing and promotions efforts for women’s basketball. Tech has also seen plenty of competitive success since Van De Velde’s arrival at Tech as the Bulldog football team captured the 2011 WAC championship and participated in the Poinsettia Bowl against 15th ranked TCU. The Bulldogs also captured its first bowl victory in more than 30 years with the 2008 Independence Bowl win over Northern Illinois. The Lady Techster basketball team won the 2009 and 2011 regular season Western Athletic Conference titles, and the 2010 WAC Tournament title while the women’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams won the 2009, 2010 and 2011 league titles. The Bulldog basketball team under the direction of first-year coach Mike White advanced to the program’s first ever WAC Tournament title game in 2011, defeating defending WAC Tournament champion Utah State and regular season WAC champion Nevada along the way. Numerous individual success stories have also occurred under his leadership including sprinter Antoinette Cobb earning the 2010 Honda Inspiration Award and catcher Clint Ewing becoming a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award for their work both on the field of completion and in the classroom. In 2011, track star Chelsea Hayes earned the WAC’s Joe Kearney Award while shattering numerous school records and qualified for the United States Olympic team in the long jump. He and his wife Debbie, who is a Kansas State alum and who serves as the development officer in the LA Tech College of Business, are the proud parents of 12-year-old daughter, Ashley who is entering the sixth grade.

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Joining Louisianan Tech University in the spring of 2008, Bruce Van De Velde became director of athletics on March 1, 2010 after serving as deputy director of athletics. During his initial months as director of athletics, Van De Velde led a national search and hired 2011 WAC Coach of the Year Sonny Dykes. Van De Velde also initiated the largest fundraising campaign in athletic department history in the Quest for Excellence, a $20 million initiative to raise private donations to enhance athletic facilities. A veteran administrator Van De Velde has a track record of operating programs with integrity and with the student athlete as the top priority. As director of athletics at three NCAA Division I institutions, those programs have achieved no major rule infractions. This past season Louisiana Tech student athletes achieved their highest graduation success rate in University history. With Louisiana Tech’s invitation to join Conference USA in 2013 Van De Velde and his administrative team have Louisiana Tech poised to reach its highest level of achievement. “This is the dawn of a new era for Louisiana Tech University and a goal we have worked very hard over the past several years to achieve,” said Tech President Dan Reneau. “I want to publically acknowledge the efforts of Bruce Van De Velde and his team, who were instrumental in telling our story and promoting our vision for the future of Louisiana Tech Athletics.” Van De Velde has more than two decades of experience at the Division I level as a senior administrator including the University of Oklahoma, University of Missouri, Kansas State University and Utah State University. Van De Velde also has a thorough understanding of coaches and the needs of student-athletes having served as an educator and coach early in his career. On the forefront of national service to intercollegiate athletics Van De Velde has served on numerous NCAA cabinets and committees including NCAA Football Issues Committee, NCAA Championship and Competition Cabinet and the Division IA Athletic Directors Executive Committee. During his tenure in the Big XII Conference he served on the Television Committee and the Conference Bowl Committee. “It is an honor to be the director of athletics at Louisiana Tech University,” Van De Velde said. “Our vision is to build a program to a level where we can be associated with universities that aspire to academic and athletic excellence at the highest level.” During his tenure Van De Velde has been instrumental in a number of accomplishments that have helped further the advancement of the University’s athletic department, including: * Leadership and strategic direction for Louisiana Tech’s invitation and transition to Conference USA from the Western Athletic Conference. * Developed and implemented the largest fund raising campaign in athletic department history. Quest for Excellence: The Campaign for Tech Athletics is a $20 million campaign to upgrade athletic facilities. * Reorganized annual giving program doubling the number of donors and increasing annual contributions to the program 140 percent; increased total contributions to intercollegiate athletics from $1.6 million in 2008 to $6 million in 2012. * Hired head football coach Sonny Dykes and head men’s basketball coach Michael White. * Upgraded ticket operations improving customer service, marketing by ecommerce and out bound sales capabilities by partnering with Ticketmaster and the Aspire Group and established a new record for football season ticket sales. * Student-athlete graduate success rate of 71 percent in 2011 was the highest in the history of the university and one of the top graduation rates in the nation. All 16 sports programs were APR penalty free and eight programs achieved their highest APR in school history. In 2010, the Louisiana Tech athletic department was recognized nationally with the PRISM Award for excellence in athletics management under Van De Velde’s leadership. The athletic department was also honored with the Excellence in Management Cup by Texas A&M University for three consecutive years and won the NCAA Pack the House for the

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Van De Velde’s tenure at Iowa State University included an unprecedented five bowl appearances in six years and the highest national AP football poll ranking (9th) in school history. Iowa State’s 2001 average football attendance of 45,172 reached its highest watermark in 18 years. In 2002 and 2003, total football attendance exceeded 300,000; the most at ISU in two decades. The emergence of the Cyclone football program on a national stage with Van De Velde at the department helm was affirmed in 2002 when Iowa State was chosen to play No. 1 Florida State University in the Eddie Robinson Classic. During Van De Velde’s tenure at Iowa State, the men’s and women’s basketball teams won Big XII conference championships and participated in the 2001, 2002 and 2005 NCAA basketball tournaments. Van De Velde, with a track record for generating revenue, increased the total annual operating revenues for the Cyclone athletic department from $19.6 million to $30 million dollars over a five year period. Revenue generated from fundraising, ticket sales, marketing and corporate sponsorships, licensing, radio and television reached all-time highs during his tenure. In 2005, total fundraising increased from $4.85 million to $8.6 million and the annual giving achieved the highest membership total in its history with more than 6,000 donors participating and a record $4 million dollars in annual contributions. Under Van De Velde’s leadership, over 1,500 new donors joined the National Cyclone Club. Including capital project gifts, scholarship endowments and annual contributions, over $35 million dollars was raised during his tenure. Iowa State’s graduation rate of 89 percent for student-athletes who complete their eligibility was second in the Big XII Conference, and graduation rates for minority student-athletes more than tripled during Van De Velde’s tenure. In 2004-05, Iowa State was one of eight universities nationally to have its football team win a bowl game and have its men and women’s basketball teams participate in the NCAA tournament. The Sporting News in 2001 rated Iowa State as the seventh best athletic program among more than 115 NCAA Division I-A programs nationally. The ranking considered competitive success, graduation rates, fan support and NCAA compliance to determine national rank. During his time as athletic director at Utah State University, Van De Velde made his mark by hiring Stew Morrill as the head men’s basketball coach. Morrill has guided Utah State to nine straight postseason tournaments and is the most successful coach in the history of the Utah State program. While serving as the associate athletic director for football operations under legendary head coach Bill Snyder at Kansas State University, Van De Velde was part of the resurrection of Wildcat football in Manhattan as the program became a national power participating in five bowl games. Van De Velde was recipient of the Admiral U.S. Grant Sharp Award at the 1997 Holiday Bowl for his contributions to the Kansas State football team when the nationally ranked Wildcats finished with a 10-2 record. As the senior associate athletic for external affairs at the University of Oklahoma, Van De Velde served as a senior administrator for the athletic department and oversaw the areas of fundraising, marketing, corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, media relations and licensing. Van De Velde managed units that generated in excess of $35 million in annual revenues. Van De Velde directed the Campaign for Sooner Sports, a $100 million dollar capital campaign to fund facility improvements and scholarships. As associate athletic director for development at the University of Missouri, Van De Velde supervised a $50 million dollar capital campaign for facility improvements for the Sports Park at MU. Van De Velde received the General Robert Neyland Award from the National Football Foundation in 2005 for his service and contributions as an athletic director. Van De Velde currently serves on the 1A Athletic Directors Association Executive Committee and on the NCAA Football Issues Committee. He and his wife Debbie, who is a Kansas State alum and who serves as the development officer in the LA Tech College of Business, are the proud parents of 12-year-old daughter, Ashley who is entering the sixth grade.

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Deputy Athletics Director/ Senior Woman Administrator Deputy Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator Mary Kay Hungate enters her 28th year as a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department and has proven to be an integral part in the emergence of the University’s programs on the playing fields and in the classroom. Not only does Hungate serve as the sports administrator for men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, softball, women’s tennis, women’s bowling and women’s volleyball, but she is also in charge of NCAA compliance for all of the university’s 16 NCAA sanctioned programs. As one of the top two ranking administrators in the Tech Athletics Department, Hungate is part of a senior staff that was instrumental in helping the University earn an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. In addition, Hungate and the current senior staff has also garnered a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Hungate serves a vital role in the hiring of coaches. Hungate proved instrumental in the decision by former Tech Kodak All-American and WNBA All-Star Teresa Weatherspoon - who played for Hungate in the late-80s - to return to Louisiana Tech in June of 2008. Weatherspoon was promoted to head coach in February of 2009 where she has led the program to a trifecta of Western Athletic Conference titles and two straight NCAA Tournament appearances. She also served as the point person in the hiring process of head women’s soccer coach Kevin Sherry. Sherry led the Lady Techster soccer team to four straight winning seasons (the first ones in program history), the program’s first ever WAC victories and its first appearance in the WAC Tournament in 2010. Another of Hungate’s responsibilities includes overseeing the academic side of the Tech athletics department, another area which has improved drastically as proven by the fact LA Tech’s graduation rate continues to be one of the highest in the state (Federal Graduation Report). This past year Tech student-athletes boasted an all-time high 72 percent four-year graduation success rate while a total of 92 studentathletes earned Academic All-WAC accolades. Tech football was recognized nationally with the Academic Achievement Award presented by the American Football Coaches Association while the Bulldog golf team earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award. For the fourth consecutive year, Louisiana Tech saw impressive improvements in the majority of its Academic Progress Rates (APR) as all 16 of its NCAA sanctioned programs are penalty free for the second consecutive year. Louisiana Tech saw nine of its programs record their highest multi-year APR scores ever while five registered their highest single year APR score ever. Four of the programs also earned a perfect 1,000 score on the single year rate. Hungate also plays an important role in LA Tech’s NCAA Certification process. As a member of the Steering Committee and the liaison between the athletic department and the University’s Self Study Committees, she provides the information needed for the committees to write their reports. In 2006, LA Tech completed its second NCAA Certification cycle and once again was certified without conditions. Hungate joined the Louisiana Tech staff in 1985 as an assistant women’s basketball coach and remained in that role for five years. During that time, the Lady Techsters participated in four Final Fours and won the NCAA National Championship in 1988. In 1990, Hungate made a move out of coaching and became as-

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Faculty Athletics Representative

Dr. James Liberatos enters his 15th year as faculty athletics representative for Louisiana Tech University. Since arriving at Tech in 1989, Liberatos has been responsible for so much more than just molding young minds as a professor of biology. In 1996, he was named a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Council and in 1998 was elevated to chair of the council. Also in 1998, Liberatos started serving as chair of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Hall of Fame. As faculty representative, Liberatos has been designated by the university to serve as a liaison between the institution and the athletics department, and also as a representative of the institution in conference and NCAA affairs. He does so to ensure that the academic institution establishes and maintains the appropriate balance between academics and intercollegiate athletics. In 2002, Liberatos gained even more responsibilities as he was named dean of the College of Applied and Natural Sciences. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Liberatos earned a bachelor of science in biology from the College of Charleston in 1980. He continued his education at Florida State University earning a master’s in science in 1982 and a PHD in biology in 1986. Liberatos is an avid swimmer who also enjoys fishing. He and his wife Beth have been married since 1988 and have two sons, Jim and Nicholas who both attend Louisiana Tech.

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Associate A.D./Marketing and Game Management

Leah Beasley enters her eighth year as a member of the Louisiana Tech athletics department staff, including her first as associate athletics director in charge of marketing and game management. Beasley has spent the past six years as the assistant athletics director but received a title promotion this past summer. Some of Beasley’s responsibilities include game management supervision, coordinating the booking of many of the halftime activities for Tech home events, serving as the main liaison between the Tech athletics department and the Tech student body and faculty and staff, as well as working closely with many of the coaches for marketing ideas for their programs. During her time at Louisiana Tech, Beasley has proven her merit as she has been directly and indirectly associated with numerous department awards. Since its inception by the NCAA in 2007, Beasley has taken the lead on Louisiana Tech’s participation in the NCAA’s Pack the House Challenge - a marketing promotion geared towards increasing the awareness of women’s basketball across the country. Beasley’s creative marketing campaigns have helped LA Tech earn the top spot among the Western Athletic Conference schools for five straight years, making it the only program in the country to win it every time for their respective league. Her 2010 NCAA Pack the House marketing campaign of “Cage the Tigers” won the bronze award given out by NACDA for the Best Single Day Attendance Promotion. The past two years, Beasley’s 2011 NCAA Pack the House marketing campaign of “FAIR-well Fresno” and “FAIR-well Fresno State: The Rematch” drew crowds of more than 7,000 fans to the Thomas Assembly Center as promotions included a real live Fair with carnival rides and food outside the Thomas Assembly Center. Beasley has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 the past three years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Beasley also served as the athletic department’s point person for Bulldogs Tackling Breast Cancer, a fundraiser started by Dr. Allison Dooley, wife of former LA Tech AD and head football coach Derek Dooley in 2007. During its five years, this fundraising campaign raised more than $50,000 for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Foundation in northeast Louisiana. This past year, Beasley was instrumental in the inaugural Wiggin’ Out Dinner as Tech Athletics teamed up with the Northern Louisiana Medical Center and The Minute Magazine to raise money for the battle against breast cancer. The event, held in conjunction with the Bulldogs Tackling Breast Cancer initiative, helped raise funds for women across northern Louisiana unable to purchase wigs while undergoing radiation and chemotherapy treatments. Beasley also serves on several campus and conference committees, including the WAC’s Championships Committee and Game Management Committee, and the University’s Marketing Advisory Board, Spirit Squad Committee and Traditions Committee. She is also the WAC’s representative to NACMA. Beasley lettered for four years at Louisiana Tech as an outfielder on the Lady Techster softball team, earning Academic all-WAC honors every season and earning all-America Scholar Athlete awards two seasons. The Ruston native earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing in May of 2005 and her master’s degree in marketing in August 2006.

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sistant athletics director for academics and compliance as well as senior woman administrator. One of Hungate’s early accomplishments as assistant director of athletics was the creation of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Academic Center program. Hungate has served terms on the NCAA Division I Academics/ Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet, the NCAA Division I Interpretations/Legislative Review Subcommittee, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators Wade Trophy Selection Committee and as an NCAA Peer Reviewer. She has also served on the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Issues Committee since 2004. She currently serves on the Western Athletic Conference Council, the Conferences’ Legislative Review Committee, the Finance Committee and the Code Book Committee. In addition, along with Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde, she represents the athletics department as an ex-officio member of the LA Tech Athletics Council. Hungate’s professional career began as Women’s Sports Coordinator and head volleyball, head basketball and head softball coach at Illinois’ Carl Sandburg Junior College. She spent four seasons at the college where she guided the basketball team to a mark of 80-22 which included an 11th place finish in the 1976 NJCAA national tournament. In 1978 Hungate took over the head coaching position at Richwoods High School in Peoria, Ill., and quickly compiled one of the top prep coaching records in the nation. During her seven seasons at Richwoods High School, Hungate’s team ran up an impressive record of 195-13, including a state-record 63 consecutive victories. Hungate was named the National Coach of the Year by USA Today in 1985. Before coming to Louisiana Tech, Hungate amassed a career coaching record of 275-35.

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Butler

Associate A.D./Media Relations

Malcolm Butler begins his 14th year in the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department, his sixth as the associate athletic director in charge of media relations. A 1994 graduate of the Louisiana Tech journalism department, Butler joined the athletic department in July of 1999 as the assistant athletic media relations director. Butler was then promoted to director four months later and served in that capacity until the fall of 2007 when he was promoted to associate athletic director. The Ruston native is in charge of media relations for women’s basketball, softball and men’s golf and also serves as the secondary contact for football while overseeing the daily operations for the entire department. During his time at Louisiana Tech, Butler has been instrumental in promoting numerous high-profile student-athletes. He has also worked closely with a number of highly-successful head coaches, including 4-time Hall of Famer Leon Barmore, current Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley and current Lady Techster women’s basketball coach Teresa Weatherspoon. Over the course of his tenure, Louisiana Tech’s Media Relations Department has proven to be one of the best in the state of Louisiana. Over the past 11 years, members of the Tech media relations department have won a total of 37 awards at the annual Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA) state SID contest -- the second most behind only LSU. During that same period of time, Butler has garnered 24 of those awards which is second most among all state SIDs behind only LSU Associate Athletics Director Michael Bonnette (26). Butler is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. He was instrumental in forming the partnership between Louisiana Tech and CBS College Sports in the fall of 2007 in the redesign and hosting of the athletic departments website, www.latechsports.com. The website has undergone two redesigns since the inaugural release. As part of the agreement with CBS College Sports, a new webstreaming platform - LA Tech All-Access was created - which allows fans from all over the world to watch live streams of almost all of the university’s home athletic events. LA Tech All-Access annually streams more than 125 live events. Butler has served as the host media coordinator for three NCAA Women’s Basketball First- and Second-Round sites hosted by Louisiana Tech (2000, 2001 and 2003) while also serving as the host media coordinator for the 2008 WAC Baseball Championships hosted by Louisiana Tech at J.C. Love Field in Ruston. In addition to his media relations responsibilities, Butler has served as the radio broadcaster for the nationally-prominent Louisiana Tech Lady Techster basketball team for the past 13 years, including the past 12 as the play-by-play announcer. During that time, he has broadcast more than 350 women’s basketball games - including 15 NCAA Tournament games. He has also broadcast in excess of 100 softball games, including four in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, and served as the color commentator on numerous Bulldog football and basketball broadcasts. Butler is the host of Inside Tech Basketball with Teresa Weatherspoon, a 30-minute radio show. Butler implemented a fundraising campaign for his department in the fall of 2007 and since that time it has raised over $30,000, which has been used to purchase additional equipment, software and other essentials within the media relations department.

He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA), United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).

Marie

Gilbert Associate A.D./ Chief Financial Officer

Marie Gilbert enters her 28th year at Louisiana Tech and her fifth as associate athletics director and chief financial officer in the athletics department. Gilbert is responsible for the day-today business operations of the athletic department, including overseeing the individual budgets for 16 varsity sports, monitoring athletic funds of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Foundation, serving as liaison with the university’s business offices and supervising the athletic ticket office. She is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that was instrumental in the University’s invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. She has also been actively involved in numerous initiatives to enhance the athletics department, including signing new agreements with companies such as Learfield, the Aspire Group, Ticketmaster and Pepsi. The hard work and vision of that same senior staff has led to numerous national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/ client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Gilbert previously served as the budget manager for the College of Engineering for six years where she had similar duties. She was also in the College of Liberal Arts as the dean’s assistant handling day-to-day business in the office while working with budget planning for the year. In 2002, she received the Distinctive Professional Performance and Conduct Award from the Institute of Micromanufacturing at Louisiana Tech. Gilbert has earned two degrees from Louisiana Tech University and completed a master’s certificate in technical writing. She is a current member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA). She is also actively involved in the American Cancer Society and serves as the chair for the Relay for Life Luminaria Service. She is on the Executive Committee for the ACS Relay for Life in Lincoln Parish and serves as the budget manager for the Relay. Gilbert and her husband, Tim, reside in Bossier with their four dogs.

Brian

White

Associate A.D./External Affairs Brian White joined the Louisiana Tech Athletics family in March of 2012 as the associate athletics director for external affairs. White will oversee all external affairs, including LA Tech’s relationship with Learfield (LA Tech Sports Properties) and The Aspire Group (Fan Relationship Management Center), the ticket office, athletic development and fundraising activities and football scheduling assistance. Before coming to Louisiana Tech, White spent over three and a half years at IMG College (formerly ISP Sports) at the University of Arkansas (Razorback Sports Properties) and at the University of California Berkeley (Cal Sports Properties), initially as an account executive before being promoted to a senior account executive.

Merritt

Assistant A.D./Academic Affairs Lisa Merritt enters her sixth year as a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department serving as assistant athletics director for academics. Merritt joined the athletics department after serving for 11 years in the LA Tech speech department with her husband Kevin where she taught speech classes while serving as an academic advisor for students majoring in speech communication. She is a member of a senior staff at Tech that was instrumental in the University receiving an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. Since joining the Tech athletics department, Merritt has helped the University’s student-athletes excel in the classroom as proven by the fact LA Tech’s graduation rate continues to be one of the highest in the state (Federal Graduation Report). This past year Tech student-athletes boasted an all-time high 72 percent four-year graduation success rate while a total of 92 studentathletes earned Academic All-WAC accolades. Tech football was recognized nationally with the Academic Achievement Award presented by the American Football Coaches Association while the Bulldog golf team earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award. For the fourth consecutive year, Louisiana Tech saw impressive improvements in the majority of its Academic Progress Rates (APR) as all 16 of its NCAA sanctioned programs are penalty free for the second consecutive year. Louisiana Tech saw nine of its programs record their highest multi-year APR scores ever while five registered their highest single year APR score ever. Four of the programs also earned a perfect 1,000 score on the single year rate. Tech’s student-athletes also show incredible diversity when it comes to majors as each of the University’s five colleges and virtually every degree program on campus boast at least one Tech student-athlete. In her current role, Merritt oversees the student-athletes’ academic progress and success while advising them regarding class schedules and degree plans, monitoring eligibility status and providing general academic guidance. Merritt also runs the athletic academic center, provides “Life Skills” seminars for student-athletes, meets with prospective recruits and serves as faculty advisor for SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee). SAAC is a pro-active group of student-athletes communicating

Mason

Ellenberger General Manager/ LA Tech Sports Properties

Mason Ellenberger serves as General Manager for LA Tech Sports Properties, the Ruston-based entity designed to oversee all aspects of the 10-year partnership between the University and the collegiate marketer Learfield Sports. At LA Tech, Ellenberger is responsible for spearheading all elements of the relationship between LA Tech and Learfield Sports, which was announced in late July 2008 and includes managing and selling multimedia and sponsorship rights for the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. Ellenberger is also responsible for all aspects of the LA Tech Sports Network which broadcasts over 250 Louisiana Tech games, daily shows and coach’s shows throughout the year. During the 2009-10 athletic season, Ellenberger and his team at LA Tech Sports Properties were recognized as the #1 new growth property in the Learfield Sports portfolio. In Ellenberger’s previous role as the Team Sports Marketing Manager for Alltel Wireless, he led Alltel’s strategic team sports marketing efforts in the United States. He oversaw the national promotions and activation of the sponsorship stable owned by Alltel Wireless in the US including the professional and collegiate sponsorships. Prior to his years at Alltel, Ellenberger spent the previous 13 years in strategic sales leadership, sports marketing and public relations roles in the telecommunications and entertainment industries. The Birmingham, Ala. native has served on numerous endowment boards and board of directors for sports and education organizations including Pagnozzi Charities and the Arkansas Aeronautical Education Center. He has been honored by White House Communications Agency for providing critical communications for the President of the Unites States and White House Staff. Ellenberger holds a BBA and MBA in Marketing both of which he graduated Summa cum Laude. Ellenberger is also an Eagle Scout and a long-time supporter of the Boy Scouts of America. He is married to the former Wanda Jackson from Mobile, Ala., and the couple has two sons, James and Hunter and reside in Ruston.

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NCAA Headquarters. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2006 and a master’s in business administration from Ohio University in 2008. White comes from a family entrenched in intercollegiate athletics. His father, Kevin, is director of athletics at Duke while his brother, Danny, is director of athletics at Buffalo. His brother, Michael, is the head men’s basketball coach at Louisiana Tech.

views or comments on WAC and NCAA rules and governance, which helps to ensure academic and athletic excellence for all student-athletes. Members of SAAC are also active in various community service projects such as hosting an annual Halloween carnival as well as serving as greeters for the annual St. Jude’s Radiothon, participating in the Big Event, and supporting the WAC’s charity of choice. Merritt oversees and reviews the advising process to ensure compliance with both university and NCAA policies and serves as a liaison between faculty and coaches, as well as speaks at “New Faculty Orientation” each fall and during the year to the University Senate. She also meets recruits and their families to describe the college experience and how it will affect the student-athlete. Merritt earned her bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics in 1991 and master’s in speech communication consultancy in 1994 both from Oklahoma State University. She and her husband taught conversational English in Kyoto, Japan, for one year before coming to Louisiana Tech. Outside of work, Merritt is a huge health and fitness buff who loves cycling (road and mountain), running and swimming. In 2002, Merritt and her husband completed the Florida Ironman Triathlon. Merritt and her husband Kevin reside in Ruston and have an eightyear old daughter named Maisie and toddler named Ivy.

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While at IMG College, White was charged with growing revenue through corporate sponsorship sales of multimedia assets. In his first year with Cal Sports Properties, White achieved a sales number equivalent to 275% of his personal sales goal. In both years at the University of Arkansas, White surpassed his individual and property sales goals. While pursuing his undergraduate and graduate degrees, White gained valuable experiences through various internships working for the IMG College Corporate Office, Ohio University Athletics, Arizona State University Athletics and the

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Ryan

Gottlieb

Sisemore

Ryan Gottlieb is entering his second year as the manager of the Aspire Group’s Louisiana Tech Fan Relationship Management Center (FRMC) which services Louisiana Tech University Athletics. Ryan’s responsibilities include overseeing the FRMC, which is a third-party ticketing sales and service initiative whose primary objective is generating new ticket sales revenue and growth across all sectors, including full and partial season plans, group tickets, improved customer retention and ensuring excellent customer service. Ryan joined the Aspire Group in the Georgia Tech FRMC in August of 2009 as a part-time sales consultant. By Thanksgiving of that year, the University of South Carolina graduate was already among the leaders in Men’s Basketball Season ticket sales and was therefore promoted to a full-time position. In March of 2010, the Atlanta native was promoted again, this time to a Senior Sales Consultant where he led GA Tech in new season ticket sales for 2010-11 Men’s Basketball as well as 2011 Football. As one of the leaders at the GA Tech Center from 2009-2011, Gottlieb played an integral role in hiring, training and mentoring numerous team members, while maintaining his “top of the board” sales productivity.

Tommy Sisemore is one of the longest tenured employees in the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department beginning his 33rd year at the University, his 16th as director of athletic facilities. Some of Sisemore’s varied duties include serving as travel coordinator and business manager for the football team, handling all aspects of team travel, including hotel, food and travel arrangements. Sisemore also handles all the financial expenses incurred in the travel process. Sisemore is part of an administrative staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Prior to working in the athletic department, Sisemore spent 17 years working in the Louisiana Tech Physical Plant. Sisemore and his wife Stephanie, who is a Louisiana Tech graduate, are the proud parents of two daughters, Jessica and Anna-Claire.

Manager/Aspire at Louisiana Tech

Adam

McGuirt

Director of Athletic Advancement Adam McGuirt enters his sixth year with the Louisiana Tech Athletics family as the Director of Athletic Advancement, working in the Division of University Advancement. At Louisiana Tech, McGuirt is responsible for all areas of athletic development, including donor relations and all aspects of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Club (LTAC). During his previous five years at LA Tech, McGuirt has been instrumental in helping more than double the number of LTAC members which has resulted in a large increase in private donations. McGuirt also works closely with the Alumni Association in the development and implementation of events for alumni and friends throughout the state of Louisiana and surrounding areas. McGuirt has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that helped the University receive an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1, 2013. That same staff has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/ branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 three of the past four years in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. A native of Shreveport, McGuirt graduated from Louisiana Tech in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. McGuirt is married to April, and the couple has three daughters: Lily, Sophie and Emily.

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Director of Facilities

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THOMAS

Media Relations Assistant Anna Claire Thomas enters her first year in the Louisiana Tech Media Relations Department as the primary sports information director for baseball, women’s volleyball and women’s bowling. In her time at Tech, Anna Claire served as the sports editor for The Tech Talk over the course of two years and recently served as editor-in-chief for the school newspaper during summer quarter. Anna Claire also was a student intern for the Louisiana Tech Multimedia Department for three years specializing in video productions for All-Access. In her time as the school newspaper’s sports editor, Anna Claire was named Best Sports Columnist and Best Sports Writer by the Society of Professional Journalists (Region 12) and Louisiana Press Women respectively. A Monroe native, Anna Claire graduated in the Fall of 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in marketing.

Diane Boyce G.A./Sports Medicine

Keith Bunch Assistant A.D./ Sport Medicine

Malcolm Butler Associate A.D./ Media Relations

Challiss Cappel Exec. Asst. to Head Football Coach

Kerry Connor Head Equipment Manager

Jeff Cummings

Michele Dummett Assoc. Head Athletic Trainer

Mason Ellenberger

Brent Gallagher Aspire-Account Executive

Marie Gilbert Associate A.D./ CFO

Ryan Gottlieb Manager-FRMC Aspire

Bill Graham Coordinator/ Special Events

Thomas Graham G.A./Football

Lori Hamilton Assitant to the A.D.

Assistant A.D./ Strength & Cond.

Bradly Herman Student Success Specialist

Jessica Hulderman

Mary Kay Hungate

Adam Hymel G.A./Football

Michael Judd G.A./Sports Medicine

Sandra Kane Assistant/NCAA Compliance

Laura Kneiss Marketing & Promotions Assoc.

Janel Lee G.A./Video Operations

Logan Lewis Aspire-Account Executive

Ryan Lueken G.A./Sports Medicine

Director of Ops./ Women’s Basketball

Josh McDaniel Multimedia Services Manager

Kane McGuire Media Relations Assistant

Adam McGuirt

Lisa Merritt Assistant A.D./ Academics

Office Coordinator/ WBB & Soccer

Brenda Milton

Aya Morioka G.A./Sports Medicine

Andrea Nieman LTS Properties/ Account Exec.

Dana Pettit Accounting Technician

Office Coordinator/ MBB & Volleyball

Jason Russell Intern/Strength & Conditioning

Tommy Sisemore Director of Facilities

Kim Tanner Office Coordinator/ Facilities, SB, Bsbl

Anna Claire Thomas

Chris Vaszily

Christy Waguespack Asst. Athletic Trainer

Patrick Walsh Assoc. Media Relations Dir.

Justin Wheeler G.A./Sports Medicine

Ticket Operations Associate

LTAC Director

Damon Harrington

G.M./LTS Properties

Media Relations Assistant

Intern/Sports Medicine

Director of Player Development

Senior Deputy A.D./SWA

Brian Mackay

Ed Jackson Assistant A.D./

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Michael Barnett Equipment Department Assoc.

Coordinator of Athletic Advancement

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Tyson Baldwin

Justin Argenal Director of Ops. Men’s Basketball

Rene Puckett

Brian White Associate A.D./ External Affairs

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Dr. Marvin Green Alumni Rep.

Dr. Les Guice

Mary Kay Hungate Ex-Officio

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Dr. James Liberatos Chairman

Lisa Cole

Steve Davison

William Dearmon SGA President

Dr. Sean Dwyer

Dr. Guthrie Jarrell Alumni Rep.

Dr. Terri McConathy

Sam Speed

Dr. Donna Thomas

Bruce Van De Velde Ex-officio

Adriano De Souza Volleyball

Freddy Gomez Tennis

Skip Holtz Football

Mark Montgomery Softball

Jeff Parks Golf

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Athletics Council

Kevin Sherry Soccer

Wade Simoneaux Baseball

Gary Stanley Track & Fieldw

Teresa Weatherspoon Women’s Basketball

Mike White Men’s Basketball

Fran Andermann Baseball

Isaac Brown Men’s Basketball

Sara Carter Women’s Basketball

Joanna Crowson Softball

Marcela Cunha Volleyball

Jeannie Douglas Softball

Stan Eggen Football

John Garris Softball

Kiva Gresham Soccer

Derrick Jones Men’s Basketball

Jeff Koonz Football

Dusty May Men’s Basketball

Brad Pullin Golf

Brian Rountree Baseball

Courtney Simmons Women’s Basketball

Justin Wickard Track & Field


2013 Louisiana Tech Baseball Media Guide