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DI BASEBALL 2012

2012 DI Baseball Committee & Poll Info

TOP 20 POLL

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BASEBALL COMMITTEE The NJCAA Division I Baseball Committee is responsible for setting policies and procedures for the approval by the NJCAA Board of Directors. This committee is made up of NJCAA Region Directors, Assistant Region Directors and the NJCAA Baseball Coaches Association President. Doug Stotler Jefferson College 1000 Viking Drive Hillsboro, MO 63050 (636) 481-3386 Greg Silcox Paradise Valley CC 18401 N. 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 (602) 787-6622 Roark Montgomery Navarro College 3200 W. 7th Avenue Corsicana, TX 75110 (903) 875-7487

David Elder (Chair) Georgia College Athletic Assn. P.O. Box 142 421 Ginger Trail Demorest, GA 30535 (706) 499-8898 Dave Grant Coaches Assoc. President Glendale CC 6000 West Olive Avenue Glendale, AZ 85302 (623) 845-3046

George Sanders Florida State College 11901 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32246 (904) 646-2205 Jack Robertson Faulkner St. CC 1900 Hwy. 31 South Bay Minette, AL 36507 (251) 580-2135 Randy Stange Hutchinson CC 1300 N. Plum Street Hutchinson, KS 67501 (620) 665-3530

For the 2012 season, the NJCAA will release eight Division I baseball rankings on a bi-weekly basis at the beginning of the season and then weekly the last three weeks of the season based on the following schedule: Feb. 29, March 14, March 28, April 11, April 25, May 9, May 16 and May 23. The final poll date is determined by the start of the DI World Series. Each NJCAA Region Director with Division I baseball will report the top teams in their respective region to NJCAA Headquarters each Monday, which is then compiled into a weekly region report. This report is then sent out to the NJCAA Division I voting panel, which consists of the 10 District Directors. Each District Director then compiles a Top 20 based on this report. (Rank order submitted by each region is honored.) In order to be eligible for ranking, a team first must have their schedule/results and stats up to date on the NJCAA website. They must also then be submitted by their region director to the national office for poll consideration. NJCAA Headquarters will compile all votes and release the rankings to the public on each poll date online at www.njcaa.org.

2012 DI Baseball District Directors WESTERN: Al Williams (North Idaho College) SOUTHWEST: John Green (Clarendon College, Texas) SOUTH CENTRAL: Doug Stotler (Jefferson College, Mo.) CENTRAL: Randy Stange (Hutchinson CC, Kan.) NORTHERN: Gary Huber (Black Hawk College-Moline, Ill.) EAST CENTRAL: David Elder (Georgia College Athletic Assn.) EASTERN: Dean Myrick (Rockingham CC, N.C.) SOUTHEASTERN: Al Cox (Alabama Comm. College Conf.) GULF: Bob Zelinski (College of Central Florida) SOUTHERN: Roark Montgomery (Navarro College, Texas)

NJCAA DI Baseball Media Guide Information

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DavidStory Freese - World Series MVP Inside

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Division I Region/District Information

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2012 Division I World Series Information

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Preseason Poll

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Inside Story Inside Story Inside Story

District Predictions

MEDIA GUIDE PRODUCER Michael Teague NJCAA Intern Sports Information & Media Relations mteague@njcaa.org

MEDIA GUIDE EDITOR Mark Krug NJCAA Assistant Executive Director Sports Information & Media Relations mkrug@njcaa.org

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Inside Story Top Returning Pitchers

9-134

Top Returning Players Inside Story

14-195

2011 Story Postseason Results Inside

20-216

2011 Award Winners

22-25

2011 Statistical Leaders Division I Baseball Programs by Region

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Photo Credits: Photo File, St. Louis Community College Athletic Dept., Salt Lake Community College Athletic Dept., Central Arizona College Athletic Dept., McLennan Community College Athletic Dept., Crowder College Athletic Dept., Fort Scott Community College Athletic Dept., Wabash Valley Community College Athletic Dept., Chattanooga State Community College Athletic Dept., Hagerstown Community College Athletic Dept., USC Sumter Athletic Dept., Guilford Technical Community College Athletic Dept., Jeff Gammons/www.85zero.com , Alvin Community College Athletic Dept., Lamar Community College Athletic Dept., Trinidad State Junior College Athletic Dept., Jefferson College Athletic Dept., Hill College Athletic Dept., Grayson County College Athletic Dept., Seward County Community College Athletic Dept., Neosho County Community College Athletic Dept., Johnson County Community College Athletic Dept., Kansas City Kansas Community College Athletic Dept., Olney Central College Athletic Dept., Middle Georgia College Athletic Dept., Calhoun Community College Athletic Dept., Lurleen B. Wallace Community College Athletic Dept., Alabama Southern Community College Athletic Dept., Chattahoochee Valley Community College Athletic Dept., Santa Fe College Athletic Dept., San Jacinto College-North Athletic Dept., Buddy Bair Photography, Howard College Athletic Dept., Indian River State College Athletic Dept., Florence-Darlington Technical College Athletic Dept.

Special Thanks to all the athletic departments and region/district directors for their valued assistance and cooperation in producing this publication. For national stats, scores and more throughout the season visit www.njcaa.org — Looking for Records? Download the NJCAA Baseball Record Book

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David Freese - World Series MVP

Former-St. Louis CC Player David Freese Wins World Series MVP

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St. Louis Cardinals’ third baseman David Freese was largely an unknown player entering the 2011 season. Little did the Cardinal fan base know that in October he would be raising the World Series MVP trophy. Following his heroics in the Fall Classic, Freese quickly became a household name that will be remembered in baseball lore for decades to come. Freese’s journey to the top of the baseball world began at St. Louis Community College - Meramec (Mo.). After suffering from a broken wrist during his freshman season, Freese had his coming-out party in 2004. With drastic improvements to his swing, Freese earned himself first-team spots on the All-Region, All-District and All-American teams. Following his commendable season at Meramec, Freese went on to finish his collegiate career at South Alabama where he was named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year. Once Freese advanced to professional baseball, his stock began to rise as a up-and-coming prospect. The Cardinals thought so much of his abilities that they traded star outfielder Jim Edmonds for him prior to the 2009 season. Unfortunately, Freese suffered injury after injury and didn’t meet his high expectations until the 2011 season. During the playoffs, Freese boasted a .397 batting average and tied playoff records with 21 RBI’s, 50 total bases and 25 hits. Freese showcased his flare for the dramatic in Game 6 of the World Series. With the Rangers one strike away from becoming champions, Freese hit a two-run triple to tie the game and force extra innings. In the bottom of the 10th, Freese forced Game 7 with a walk-off home run. The game has largely been acclaimed as one of the greatest in the history of the World Series. Freese went on to bat in two runs in Game 7, as the Cardinals claimed their 11th World Series title in club history.

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2012 DI Baseball Region/District Info 2012 DI Baseball Region Tournament Dates and Info Region

Dates

1 2 4 5* 6* 7 8* 9 10 11 14* 15 16 17 18 20 22* 23 24

May 3-5, 10-12 May 10-13 May 11-13 May 12-15 May 5-7; 12-14 May 6-11 May 5-9 May 4-5, 11-12 May 5-9 May 11-14 May 12-15

Host (Location) @ Higher Seeds Jenks High School (Jenks, Okla.) South Suburban College (South Holland, Ill.) Texas Tech University (Lubbock, Texas) @ Division Champions; Wichita State University (Wichita, Kan.) Chattanooga State Community College (Chattanooga, Tenn.) Joker Marchant Stadium (Lakeland, Fla.) @ Regular Season Champion Burlington Athletic Stadium (Burlington, N.C.) TBD Northeast Texas Community College (Mt. Pleasant, Texas)

Regular Season Champion Advances to Region 20 Tournament

May 2-6 May 11-14 May 9-12 May 11-13 May 12-17 May 11-13 May 11-13

Crowder College (Neosho, Mo.) Georgia Perimeter College (Decatur, Ga.) College of Southern Nevada (Henderson, Nev.) Chesapeake College (Wye Mills, Md.) Eagle Stadium (Ozark, Ala.) @ Regular Season Champion John A. Logan College (Carterville, Ill.)

*Region Champion is also District Champion

2012 DI Baseball District Tournament Dates and Info DISTRICT

DATES

HOST

Western

May 17-19

South Central

NJCAA Region Structure Region 1 Arizona & California; Region 2 Arkansas & Oklahoma; Region 3 Upper New York State; Region 4 Upper Illinois & Southern Wisconsin; Region 5 New Mexico & West Texas; Region 6 Kansas; Region 7 Kentucky & Tennessee; Region 8 Florida; Region 9 Colorado (East of the Continental Divide), Eastern Montana, Nebraska & Wyoming; Region 10 North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia & South West Virginia; Region 11 Iowa; Region 12 Indiana, Lower Michigan & Ohio; Region 13 Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Upper Michigan Peninsula & Wisconsin; Region 14 Eastern Texas; Region 15 Lower New York; Region 16 Missouri; Region 17 Georgia; Region 18 Alaska, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Western Montana, Colorado (West of the Continental Divide) & Utah; Region 19 Delaware, East Pennsylvania & New Jersey; Region 20 District of Columbia, Maryland, West Pennsylvania & West Virginia Panhandle; Region 21 Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island & Vermont; Region 22 Alabama; Region 23 Mississippi & Louisiana; Region 24 Lower Illinois

2012 DI Baseball District Alignments Western

Regions 1, 9, 18

East Central

Regions 7, 17

Region 18 Tournament Champion

Southwest

Region 5

Eastern

Regions 10, 15, 20

May 18-20

Region 16 Tournament Champion

South Central

Regions 2, 16, 23

Southeastern

Region 22

Northern

May 18-20

Region 4 Tournament Champion

Central

Region 6

Gulf

Region 8

East Central

May 18-21

Region 17 Tournament Champion

Northern

Regions 4, 11, 24

Southern

Region 14

Eastern

May 18-20

Region 10 Tournament Champion

For national stats, scores and more throughout the season visit www.njcaa.org — Looking for Records? Download the NJCAA Baseball Record Book

NOTE: NJCAA Regions 3, 12, 19 and 21 do not have DI Baseball programs.

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2012 DI Baseball World Series 2012 NJCAA Division I Baseball World Series Saturday, May 26

TIME

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Game 1

Northern

vs.

Southern

9 am

Game 2

Central

vs.

Eastern

12 pm

Game 3

Gulf

vs.

Western

3 pm

Game 4

Southwest

vs.

South Central

7:30 pm

Game 5

Game 1 Loser

vs.

Game 2 Loser

10 am

Game 6

Game 3 Loser

vs.

Game 4 Loser

2 pm

Game 7

Southeastern

vs.

East Central

7:30 pm

Sunday, May 27

Monday, May 28 Game 8

Game 5 Winner

vs.

Game 6 Winner

10 am

Game 9

Game 3 Winner

vs.

Game 4 Winner

2 pm

Game 10

Game 1 Winner

vs.

Game 2 Winner

7:30 pm

Tuesday, May 29 Game 7 Loser

vs.

Game 9 Loser

11 am

Game 12

Game 8 Winner

vs.

Game 10 Loser

3 pm

Game 13

Game 7 Winner

vs.

Game 9 Winner

7:30 pm

Wednesday, May 30 Game 14

Game 11 Winner

vs.

Game 13 Loser

3 pm

Game 15

Game 10 Winner

vs.

Game 13 Winner

7:30 pm

Thursday, May 31 Game 16

Game 14 Winner

vs.

Game 15 Loser

3 pm

Game 17

Game 12 Winner

vs.

Game 15 Winner

7:30 pm

Friday, June 1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

7:30 pm

Saturday, June 2 (*If Necessary) Game 19* 6

May 26 - June 2, 2012 Sam Suplizio Field Grand Junction, Colo. http://www.jucogj.org/

Division I World Series Champions Since 1992

Game 11

Game 18*

TOURNEY INFO

*If Necessary

7:30 pm

1992: Essex CC, Md. 1993: Yavapai College, Ariz. 1994: Galveston CC, Texas 1995: Middle Georgia College 1996: Northeast Texas CC 1997: Cowley CCC, Kan. 1998: Cowley CCC, Kan. 1999: Grayson CC, Texas 2000: Grayson CC, Texas 2001: North Cent. Texas College

2002: Central Arizona College 2003: CC of Southern Nevada 2004: Dixie State College of Utah 2005: New Mexico JC 2006: Walters State CC, Tenn. 2007: Chipola College, Fla. 2008: Grayson CC, Texas 2009: Howard College, Texas 2010: Iowa Western CC 2011: Navarro College, Texas

*NOTE: If there are three teams remaining at Game 18, the team with the most games played shall receive a bye to Game 19. If there is a tie for the most games played, a coin toss will be used to determine the bye. All games except Championship Games (possibly Game 18 if just two teams remain and Game 19) will have the run rule. 10 runs after 5 complete innings, 8 runs after 7 complete innings. All games are scheduled for 9 innings.

2012 DI Baseball Preseason Poll Rank

College

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

# Returning Starters

Central Arizona College

6

2010-11 Record 56-15

Falling on a walk-off home run in the 10th inning of last season’s title game, the Vaqueros are eager to get back.

Chipola College, Fla.

N/A

42-20

The addition of five transfers from SEC schools will make the Indians a formidable opponent in the 2012 season.

Howard College, Texas

7

46-13

As the top-ranked team in Perfect Game USA’s JUCO Top 50, the Hawks are seeking their third national championship.

Iowa Western Community College

7

43-20

Last season’s third-place finish in Grand Junction has the Reivers hungry for their third national title in three seasons.

Middle Georgia College

5

37-20

Despite a disappointing showing in the Region 17 Tournament, the Warriors return a strong group of 12 players.

Navarro College, Texas

4

46-18

The Bulldogs are aiming to repeat as national champions, but must first survive the highly-competitive Region 14.

Grayson County College, Texas

7

42-17

#1 CENTRAL ARIZONA

An early exit from last season’s World Series has the Vikings’ 14 returning players ready for another shot in 2012.

Walters State Community College, Tenn.

5

43-15

The Senators will defend their Region 7 regular season crown and try to add an East Central District title this season.

Santa Fe College, Fla.

4

37-11

Falling in the Region 8 Tournament last season, the Saints look to start off fresh in 2012 and make a World Series run.

USC Sumter, S.C.

8

41-11

Anchored by their deep and talented rotation, the Fire Ants will present a difficult challenge for opposing hitters.

11. Miami Dade College, Fla. (33-18) 12. San Jacinto-North, Texas (40-16) 13. Jefferson College, Mo. (43-22) 14. Seward County CC, Kan. (46-20) 15. Shelton State CC, Ala. (36-19)

16. Wabash Valley College, Ill. (45-17) 17. Salt Lake CC, Utah (49-16) 18. Eastern Oklahoma State (38-22) 19. Spartanburg Methodist, S.C. (38-17) 20. Neosho County CC, Kan. (46-14)

Other Teams to Watch Georgia Perimeter College (42-17) Chattanooga State CC, Tenn. (43-11) Western Nevada College (45-15) Cowley County CC, Kan. (43-15) Northwest Florida State (39-15)

In the 10th inning of last season’s national championship game, Central Arizona saw their title hopes dashed with a Navarro walk-off home run. Sophomore pitcher Cody Gray highlights 10 returning players that make the Vaqueros confident that they can dismiss last season’s heartbreaking ending and make another deep run at the 2012 World Series.

Blinn College, Texas (39-17) John A. Logan College, Ill. (39-17) Yavapai College, Ariz. (38-22) McLennan CC, Texas (36-22) Temple College, Texas (36-19)

For national stats, scores and more throughout the season visit www.njcaa.org — Looking for Records? Download the NJCAA Baseball Record Book

Faulkner State CC, Ala. (33-23) Hutchinson CC, Kan. (33-23) Alvin CC, Texas (39-24) South Suburban College, Ill. (35-27) Wallace St. CC-Hanceville, Ala. (20-22)

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School - Number of Returning Starters (Players) - 2011 Record *Predictions compiled from survey provided to all DI programs

Western

EAST CENTRAL

(Regions 1, 9, 18)

(Regions 7, 17)

1. Central Arizona College 6 (10)

56-15

1. Middle Georgia College 5 (12)

37-20

2. Salt Lake CC

8 (8)

49-16

2. Walters State CC

5 (11)

43-15

3. Western Nevada Coll.

3 (10)

45-15

3. Georgia Perimeter

4 (12)

42-17

4. Yavapai College

2 (5)

38-22

4. Chattanooga State CC

3 (8)

43-11

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EASTERN

(Region 5)

(Regions 10, 15, 20) 7 (13)

46-13

1. USC Sumter

8 (12)

41-11

2. Grayson County College 7 (14)

42-17

2. Spartanburg Methodist 4 (14)

38-17

3. McLennan CC

4 (9)

36-22

3. Pitt CC

5 (7)

38-13

4. Temple College

2 (8)

36-19

4. Potomac State of WVU

1 (9)

38-12

1. Howard College

SOUTH CENTRAL

SOUTHEASTERN

(Regions 2, 16, 23)

(Region 22)

1. Jefferson College

10 (14)

43-22

1. Shelton State CC

6 (17)

36-19

4 (8)

38-22

2. Faulkner State CC

3 (12)

33-23

3. Seminole State College 3 (11)

40-15

3. Wallace St. - Hanceville

N/A

20-22

4. Connors State College

39-20

4. Central Alabama CC

6 (11)

32-19

2. Eastern Oklahoma St.

4 (9)

CENTRAL

GULF

(Region 6)

(Region 8)

1. Seward County CC

8 (14)

46-20

1. Chipola College

N/A

42-20

2. Neosho County CC

4 (15)

46-14

2. Santa Fe College

4 (5)

37-11

3. Cowley County CC

7 (11)

43-15

3. Miami Dade College

4 (4)

33-18

4. Hutchinson CC

6 (12)

33-23

4. Northwest Florida St.

4 (5)

39-15

NORTHERN

SOUTHERN

(Regions 4, 11, 24)

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2012 DI Baseball District Predictions

(Region 14)

1. Iowa Western CC

7 (20)

43-20

1. Navarro College

4 (9)

46-18

2. Wabash Valley College

4 (9)

45-17

2. San Jacinto - North

3 (9)

40-16

3. John A. Logan College

2 (10)

39-17

3. Blinn College

8 (14)

39-17

4. South Suburban College

6 (12)

35-27

4. Alvin CC

6 (12)

39-24

2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Pitchers

Western District (Regions 1, 9, 18) Name Kahana Neal Ryan Malmstrom Cody Gray Greg Ryan Braulio Hernandez Bubba Blau Cody White Dillon Moritz Dylan James Pepe Gomez Julio Felix AJ Carman Rudy Acosta Taylor Kaczmarek Jared Gaynor Anthony Consiglio Andrew Woeck

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College Arizona Western College Arizona Western College Central Arizona College Central Arizona College Cochise College Cochise College College of Southern Idaho Lamar Community College Otero Junior College Pima Community College Pima Community College Salt Lake Comm. College Salt Lake Comm. College South Mountain CC South Mountain CC Western Nevada College Western Nevada College

THOMAS ALTIMONT

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6' 3" 6' 1" 6' 1” 6' 0” 6' 0” 6' 2” 5’ 9” 6' 6" 6’ 1” 6' 2” 6' 1” 6’ 3” 6’ 6” 6' 1” 6' 0” 6' 3” 5' 10”

WT 210 185 210 180 190 190 170 215 180 190 205 220 195 210 160 215 175

GP 14 8 16 15 14 22 17 18 18 14 13 19 15 14 19 14 15

IP 84.2 28.1 94.2 60.0 62.0 39.0 20.1 40.0 42.0 70.1 46.0 52.0 59.1 71.2 55.0 53.1 67.1

R 42 20 32 20 22 22 8 26 20 39 39 27 19 40 31 17 41

ER 27 9 21 17 19 16 5 16 6 27 23 22 10 27 24 14 31

H 71 20 81 52 51 38 8 44 31 73 62 43 48 57 48 42 51

K 55 15 81 68 44 36 10 34 54 53 30 50 62 33 27 52 63

BB 15 10 25 35 19 29 8 13 18 15 21 47 24 34 13 19 32

ERA 2.87 2.86 2.00 2.55 2.76 3.69 2.21 3.60 1.29 3.45 4.50 3.81 1.52 3.39 3.93 2.36 4.14

W 5 2 13 6 4 1 1 1 4 7 2 4 7 5 5 7 7

L 5 0 1 2 4 2 1 2 2 3 5 2 1 3 2 1 2

RUDY ACOSTA

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CODY GRAY

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Salt Lake CC Central Arizona

Southwest District (Region 5)

McLennan CC

Name Brad Vachon Scott Cone Garrett Powell Benny Suarez Michael Franco Nick Sawyer Thomas Altimont Mark Todd Julio Angulo Gabriel Rojas Tyler Jones Cody Cunningham Kyle Breitner

College Cisco College Clarendon College Grayson County College Hill College Howard College Howard College McLennan Comm. College Temple College Vernon College Vernon College Weatherford College Western Texas College Western Texas College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6' 3” 6' 2" 6' 2” 6' 0” 6' 0” 5' 11” 6’ 0” 6' 4” 6’ 1” 6’ 4” 6' 4” 6' 2” 6' 4”

WT 215 185 200 180 200 185 175 230 220 180 210 180 190

GP 10 23 14 13 14 15 11 14 11 18 21 12 12

IP 44.1 38.0 32.2 45.2 79.1 18.1 50.2 49.2 55.0 41.0 30.2 69.1 63.2

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R 18 21 16 35 31 7 20 27 33 21 21 41 35

ER 15 17 10 17 25 4 10 15 26 15 15 27 22

H 39 45 38 51 66 8 51 51 65 42 19 74 59

K 26 31 18 28 88 29 47 40 24 18 34 38 39

BB 11 16 11 23 31 17 12 29 20 5 13 21 42

ERA 3.05 4.03 2.76 3.35 2.84 1.96 1.78 2.72 4.25 3.29 4.40 3.50 3.11

W 4 1 3 3 10 2 4 6 4 3 2 4 6

L 2 0 2 2 2 2 1 3 4 3 1 4 1

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2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Pitchers South Central District (Regions 2, 16, 23)

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Name Jordan Morales Ethan Mather Seth Hudson Joshua Wood Blake Logan Dane Gronewald Tyler Thompson Michael Manley Ivan Pyszka Dany Coulombe Ryan Wilson Cody McGill Heath Horvath Cody Stause

College Connors State College Crowder College Crowder College Delgado Community College Eastern Oklahoma St. Coll. Jefferson College Jefferson College Meridian Comm. College Mineral Area College NE Oklahoma A&M College Seminole State College St. Charles Comm. College Three Rivers CC - MO Three Rivers CC - MO

HT 6' 2” 5' 10” 6' 2” 6' 4” 6' 0” 6' 5” 5' 10” 6' 2” 6' 0” 6' 1” 6' 0“ 6' 2” 6' 1” 5' 11”

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans WT 180 195 180 240 235 225 190 225 275 185 185 195 220 185

GP 9 13 12 15 20 14 18 15 15 13 51 8 13 9

IP 42.2 40.1 42.0 26.0 45.0 72.0 72.1 61.0 35.2 64.2 36.0 36.0 56.1 23.1

R 25 16 31 12 30 34 29 25 17 26 18 21 28 10

ER 14 10 17 8 22 23 24 24 13 24 11 12 26 9

ETHAN MATHER

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K 28 45 28 18 67 65 81 58 19 59 25 32 50 26

BB 12 13 12 17 14 16 32 20 12 21 20 14 12 12

ERA 2.99 2.23 3.64 2.77 4.40 2.88 2.99 3.54 3.28 3.34 2.75 3.00 4.15 3.47

W 4 3 3 3 6 6 9 7 4 8 4 1 5 2

L 0 0 1 2 2 3 5 3 0 2 1 4 5 1

BRETT SWAIN

Crowder College

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Fort Scott CC

Central District (Region 6) Name Niccolo Loardi Brandon Ramsey Dakota McKaskle Taylor Berthusen Dylan Casey Kevin Shafer Cole Webb Brett Swain Joey Parrack Devon Brogan Jake Heissler Alex Hill Adam Giacalone Matt Strahm Junior Mustain Gavin Glanz

H 34 24 47 24 39 59 58 61 37 55 40 33 46 24

College Barton Community College Barton Community College Butler Community College Butler Community College Cloud County Comm. Coll. Cloud County Comm. Coll. Coffeyville Comm. College Fort Scott Comm. College Fort Scott Comm. College Hutchinson Comm. College Hutchinson Comm. College Johnson County CC Neosho County CC Neosho County CC Pratt Community College Seward County Comm. Coll.

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 5' 10" 6' 6" 6' 3” 6' 3” 5' 11” 6' 0" 5' 10” 6' 3” 6' 4” 6’ 1” 6’ 1” 6’ 1” 6' 2” 6' 3” 6' 1” 6' 2”

WT 160 190 200 185 180 185 180 215 190 195 185 210 215 170 175 200

GP 19 6 11 13 9 13 13 10 10 11 8 11 12 12 25 15

IP 27.0 7.0 36.2 61.2 34.0 59.0 74.0 39.0 60.2 53.2 36.2 33.1 83.0 67.0 51.0 72.0

R 18 2 14 41 31 30 57 14 29 35 17 26 36 28 22 45

ER 10 1 9 28 17 18 31 9 23 22 11 12 25 27 15 36

H 20 6 27 67 39 56 72 26 63 53 22 27 70 63 54 87

K 33 3 24 30 23 27 63 32 26 36 31 35 83 77 38 43

BB 14 3 9 13 14 39 37 28 12 34 11 19 14 20 20 33

ERA 3.33 1.29 2.21 4.09 4.50 2.75 3.77 2.08 3.41 3.69 2.70 3.24 2.71 3.63 2.65 4.50

W 2 0 4 4 1 3 4 6 6 3 2 2 10 9 4 6

L 2 0 0 3 3 5 4 2 2 4 3 1 1 3 3 0

2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Pitchers

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Northern District (Regions 4, 11, 24)

DARRIN VESTRING

Name Michael Allen Cashtyn DeLeeuw Jordon Piche Dave Suarez Sean Buchholz Josh Dove Jaden Widdersheim Conner Porter Matt Pobereyko Justin Kittel Dalton Froman Darrin Vestring

College Eastern Iowa Comm. Coll. Indian Hills CC - Centerville Indian Hills CC - Centerville John A. Logan College John A. Logan College Lincoln Trail College Olney Central College Olney Central College South Suburban College Southeastern Illinois College Southeastern Illinois College Wabash Valley College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6' 2” 6’ 0” 6' 5” 6' 0” 6' 5” 6' 1” 6' 0” 6' 8" 6’ 0” 5' 10" 5' 11" 6' 2”

WT 215 190 220 180 200 220 205 215 185 205 205 185

GP 2 12 8 12 13 13 13 12 9 9 16 22

IP 10.0 45.2 33.0 71.1 59.2 29.0 33.0 16.0 15.0 19.0 30.1 30.1

R 7 35 18 35 29 13 15 2 5 10 18 13

ER 4 22 11 31 20 8 11 2 3 8 13 8

H 7 53 33 73 65 19 23 7 9 16 23 21

K 7 52 30 45 41 27 31 13 6 16 21 36

BB 3 12 4 17 21 3 8 12 2 8 11 12

TRIPP WHITE

ERA 3.60 4.34 3.00 3.91 3.02 2.48 3.00 1.13 1.80 3.79 3.86 2.37

W 1 7 2 9 5 1 3 2 1 0 2 7

L 1 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Wabash Valley CC

East Central District (Regions 7, 17) Name Eric Ricks Tripp White Dylan Massengill Jared Burton Allen Fender Clay Garner Devin Rentz Zach Hayden Taylor Cook Taylor Cook Tyler Annett Cody Poarch England Smith

College Abraham Baldwin Ag. College Chattanooga State CC Chattanooga State CC Cleveland State Comm. Coll. Darton College Georgia Perimeter College Middle Georgia College Middle Georgia College Roane State Comm. College Roane State Comm. College Roane State Comm. College Walters State Comm. Coll. Walters State Comm. Coll.

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6' 3” 6' 1” 6' 3” 6’ 0” 6' 4” 5' 11” 6' 2” 6' 2” 6' 4" 6' 4” 6' 4" 6' 5” 6' 1”

WT 190 188 212 190 200 155 220 215 225 225 210 195 205

GP 15 16 14 18 9 17 7 15 8 8 11 17 14

IP 24.0 28.1 26.0 59.0 35.0 73.0 15.0 15.2 22.1 22.1 40.1 78.1 46.1

R 11 13 13 29 15 37 3 13 15 15 45 42 34

ER 7 6 8 24 14 25 3 7 10 10 19 29 16

H 23 25 19 67 32 75 9 8 20 20 50 62 52

K 16 37 25 42 11 75 16 21 18 18 28 93 40

BB 11 16 16 22 11 30 10 18 11 11 24 41 17

ERA 2.63 1.91 2.77 3.66 3.60 3.08 1.80 4.02 4.03 4.03 4.24 3.33 3.11

W 1 2 5 5 3 9 2 2 3 3 3 7 5

L 2 0 0 2 3 1 0 2 0 0 5 4 3

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Chattanooga State CC

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2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Pitchers

Eastern District (Regions 10, 15, 20)

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Name Yeifri Isabel Pablo Lora Nik Nowottnick Chris Erker Adam Kirkpatrick Cole Sellers Dylan Schaeffer Jason Seitler Christian Pfaff Matt Neal Brendan Miller Stephen Leopard Hunter Rice Brandon Stoots Tyler Smith Tyler Fletcher

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College ASA College ASA College Chesapeake College Guilford Technical CC Guilford Technical CC Hagerstown Comm. College Hagerstown Comm. College Harford Community College Pitt Community College Pitt Community College Potomac St. College of WVU Spartanburg Methodist Coll. Spartanburg Methodist Coll. USC Salkehatchie USC Sumter USC Sumter

DYLAN SCHAEFER

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6’ 1” 6’ 0” 6' 4” 5' 11” 5' 7” 6’ 5” 6’ 1” 6' 0” 6' 3” 5' 10” 6’ 3” 6' 0” 5' 8” 5' 9" 6' 3” 5' 11”

WT 185 180 195 185 150 225 190 195 200 170 245 200 193 150 205 175

GP 6 7 12 11 17 11 14 20 14 6 11 5 15 12 12 11

IP 33.0 30.0 57.2 50.1 25.1 45.0 29.0 67.1 60.2 20.2 35.2 19.2 20.1 59.1 58.0 57.1

R 23 18 36 23 8 33 13 36 38 11 16 15 7 45 27 21

H 27 21 56 41 19 48 26 56 50 17 21 21 15 68 47 60

TYLER FLETCHER

P

Hagerstown CC

K 23 29 36 54 20 41 27 74 53 19 39 13 23 29 75 48

College Chattahoochee Valley CC Chattahoochee Valley CC Enterprise State CC Enterprise State CC Faulkner State Comm. Coll. Faulkner State Comm. Coll. Lurleen B. Wallace CC Shelton State Comm. College Shelton State Comm. College

BB 20 18 32 25 13 18 9 28 38 3 19 2 5 22 23 19

ERA 3.27 3.30 4.37 2.68 2.84 4.60 2.48 3.21 4.15 3.48 4.04 2.75 3.10 3.94 3.41 2.04

W 2 3 3 4 5 2 3 9 7 3 4 3 2 1 6 6

L 2 2 2 1 1 5 0 3 4 1 1 1 1 7 0 1

CHRIS ERKER

P

USC Sumter

Southeastern District (Region 22) Name Mike O'Neal Zach Helewski Justin Chambers Britt Wilson Dylan Stamey Jeffrey Price Matthew Barber Alex Malazzo Terrance Dedrick

ER 12 11 28 15 8 23 8 24 28 8 16 6 7 26 22 13

Guilford Tech

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6' 1” 6' 3” 6' 1” 5' 9” 6' 2” 6' 1” 6' 1” 6' 2” 6' 0”

WT 220 200 200 180 180 205 195 185 175

GP 20 15 3 16 25 15 15 13 15

IP 121 84.1 13.2 65.0 42.2 58.1 37.0 64.0 32.0

R 46 39 4 19 13 36 25 36 11

ER 35 32 3 12 9 27 17 26 5

H 105 74 6 31 35 55 30 56 23

K 110 67 12 28 47 26 33 58 38

BB 11 23 3 14 18 17 13 26 10

ERA 2.60 3.42 1.98 1.66 1.90 4.17 4.14 3.66 1.41

W 11 7 1 2 3 6 1 8 5

L 2 4 0 5 1 1 2 3 0

2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Pitchers

P

Gulf District (Region 8)

MATTHEW HOWARD

Name Danny Dixon Jordan Modine Ben Burns Hunter Phillips Ben Tidwell Kevin Greene Jonah Davis Matthew Howard Danny Davis Alec Asher Brian Johnson Kurtis Gens Brian Thomas Zach Gordon Jay Murray Josh Clemen

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans

College Brevard Community College Brevard Community College Daytona State College Florida St. College-Jacksonville Gulf Coast State College Indian River State College Lake Sumter Comm. College Northwest Florida St. Coll. Pensacola State College Polk State College Polk State College Seminole St. College of Fla. St. Johns River State College St. Petersburg College SC of Fla., Manatee-Sarasota SC of Fla., Manatee-Sarasota

HT 6' 1” 6' 4” 6’ 3” 6' 1” 6’ 3” 5' 11” 6' 0” 6' 2” 6' 2'“ 6' 4” 6' 0” 6' 1” 5' 11” 6' 3” 6' 1” 6' 3”

WT N/A N/A 205 200 220 175 150 200 180 225 170 180 185 180 180 220

GP 14 11 14 11 12 18 28 23 17 14 12 13 12 23 23 18

IP 81.0 62.0 34.1 33.2 75.2 48.0 30.2 37.2 59.1 49.2 80.0 34.0 50.1 50.2 42.2 28.1

R 38 29 12 18 41 23 16 10 34 22 44 22 37 44 18 14

ER 28 20 10 14 32 18 11 5 26 14 31 14 27 26 15 11

H 70 68 37 34 65 39 43 23 59 46 75 45 52 70 40 32

K 70 42 23 30 67 26 8 45 50 56 54 18 33 39 48 27

BB 22 16 4 15 47 18 5 10 20 13 18 7 29 20 15 14

JACOB LARA

ERA 3.11 2.90 2.62 3.74 3.81 3.38 3.23 1.19 3.94 2.54 3.49 3.71 4.83 4.62 3.16 3.49

W 2 5 3 2 6 4 1 3 2 6 6 2 3 2 3 1

L 6 5 0 1 2 2 0 2 3 0 2 2 1 6 2 1

P

Northwest Florida State

Southern District (Region 14) Name Jacob Lara Cody Williams Bobby McCormack Jason Simms Trevor Seidenberger Justin Hedgepeth Kyle King Rande Revilla Cody Butler Clint Wilson Michael Medina Daniel Stumpf Caleb Hawkins

College Alvin Community College Alvin Community College Angelina College Blinn College Blinn College Bossier Parish Comm. Coll. Bossier Parish Comm. Coll. Galveston College Galveston College Navarro College Paris Junior College San Jacinto College-North Texarkana College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 5' 11” 5' 11” 6' 1“ 6’ 3” 6’ 2” 6' 2” 6' 0” 5' 9” 6' 3” 6' 1” 6' 1" 6' 2” 6' 0”

WT 175 175 195 180 200 170 160 165 181 215 220 198 185

GP 13 5 12 15 15 9 11 9 13 17 15 7 20

IP 91.0 53.0 57.2 93.0 73.0 37.2 17.0 39.2 38.0 17.1 57.2 23.2 38.1

R 26 30 19 40 26 27 13 16 22 8 37 11 15

ER 17 15 12 34 24 17 4 10 16 6 20 6 12

H 77 58 37 83 54 43 19 32 39 15 73 18 32

K 79 33 61 83 72 30 10 28 32 21 33 19 20

BB 13 19 18 23 30 17 6 14 27 6 11 18 10

ERA 1.68 2.55 1.87 3.29 2.96 4.06 2.12 2.27 3.79 3.12 3.12 2.28 2.82

W 10 5 5 9 6 2 0 1 1 3 2 2 4

L 2 2 2 3 4 3 1 6 3 0 4 0 1

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Alvin CC

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2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Players

OF

DI BASEBALL 2012

Lamar CC

CHAYSE MARION

1B

Name Cameron Harper Jorge Flores Xyruse Martinez Zane Metz Jesus Urbina Max Lefevre Ben Douglas Chase Harris Parker Webster Brede Kochi Kenneth Gallegos Ben Lahn Jackson Gooch Pier-Olivier Dostaler Argenis Salazar Michael Rosario Nerio Barreto Zack Mang Hayden Cota-Robles Ryan Gerber Braden Anderson Dominque Taylor Tyson Popoff Kyle Raidy Timmy Lee Brandon Vaughn Chayse Marion Hans Ask Chris Wooley Donald Glover Jonathon Rodriquez Josh Anderson

OF

Trinidad State JC 14

Western District (Regions 1, 9, 18)

BEN LAHN

College Central Arizona College Central Arizona College Central Arizona College Central Arizona College Cochise College Cochise College College of Southern Idaho College of Southern Idaho College of Southern Idaho Eastern Arizona College Eastern Arizona College Lamar Community College Lamar Community College Lamar Community College Otero Junior College Otero Junior College Otero Junior College Otero Junior College Pima Community College Pima Community College Salt Lake Comm. College Salt Lake Comm. College Salt Lake Comm. College South Mountain CC South Mountain CC Trinidad St. Junior College Trinidad St. Junior College Trinidad St. Junior College Western Nevada College Western Nevada College Yavapai College Yavapai College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans POS OF SS IF OF 2B SS IF OF OF/IF SS OF OF OF SS C 3B OF OF 1B/OF IF OF OF IF OF OF 3B 1B SS SS CF OF IF

HT 6' 3” 5' 9” 5' 9” 6' 2” 5' 11” 5' 9” 6’ 1” 6’ 1” 6’ 2” 5' 5” 5' 11” 6' 3" 6' 4" 6' 0” 5’ 10” 6’ 0” 5’ 11” 6’ 0” 6' 3” 5' 10” 6’ 0” 6’ 0” 5’ 8” 5' 10” 5' 8” 6' 0 “ 6' 4 “ 6' 2 “ 5' 10” 6' 1” 6' 0” 6' 0”

WT 200 185 170 205 180 160 215 210 215 140 220 215 205 185 205 205 185 205 230 175 205 190 165 155 182 190 220 180 175 185 230 205

DOMINIQUE TAYLOR

Salt Lake CC

AVG .300 .391 .319 .324 .362 .257 .378 .324 .272 .360 .353 .385 .351 .339 .337 .333 .440 .302 .314 .295 .366 .385 .309 .302 .362 .395 .407 .349 .337 .286 .283 .364

HR 8 2 1 0 0 0 6 5 5 0 4 16 6 7 2 4 11 2 2 4 2 5 0 0 0 5 1 6 1 0 4 1

RBI 41 43 27 18 41 17 41 36 35 19 30 50 35 42 22 41 36 31 43 19 41 54 27 16 11 33 47 43 35 12 25 33

SB 13 31 8 6 15 31 1 13 8 9 1 3 7 8 0 8 4 9 2 12 22 24 7 23 7 4 1 9 17 2 10 5

2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Players OF

TYLER HIBBERT

BOONE WEISS

TYLER HIBBERT

Jefferson College

Outfielder

Jefferson College

TYLER HIBBERT

Outfielder

South Central District (Regions 2, 16, 23) Name Chris Tavares Jake Barton Drew Crain Justin Treece Kyle Dickens Angelo Bruno Daniel Brockhoeft Sean McMullen Ross Rose Fred Ford Sage Boehner Tyler Hibbert Brian Donohoe Johnny Tolson Wade Wass Tanner Glore Cody Riley Dom Samyn Peter Hoyt Horace Johnson Jose Olazagasti Ryan Wilson Jimmy Obermark Justin Hennig Alex Lang Trent Wooldridge

College Connors State College Connors State College Crowder College Crowder College Crowder College Delgado Comm. College Delgado Comm. College Delgado Comm. College Eastern Oklahoma State Jefferson College Jefferson College Jefferson College Meridian Comm. College Meridian Comm. College Meridian Comm. College Mineral Area College NE Oklahoma A&M NE Oklahoma A&M NE Oklahoma A&M Seminole State College Seminole State College Seminole State College St. Charles Comm. Coll. St. Charles Comm. Coll. Three Rivers CC - MO Three Rivers CC - MO

IF

POS C IF 3B SS OF/1B C 3B CF OF IF IF/OF OF OF/C SS C 3B 1B 3B OF 3B SS OF/P SS 1B SS OF

Hill College

Jefferson College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT WT AVG HR RBI SB 6’ 0” 200 .353 6 35 2 5' 10” 165 .320 1 12 8 5' 10” 195 .343 8 43 10 5' 7” 150 .305 1 37 18 6' 0” 185 .307 3 26 8 5' 11” 235 .298 4 31 4 6' 0” 195 .348 9 40 5 5' 8” 175 .268 5 20 5 6' 3” 231 .294 7 33 5 6' 5” 225 .290 16 56 15 5' 10” 195 .357 3 29 13 5' 10” 180 .432 1 23 32 6' 0” 180 .311 3 22 6 6' 0” 185 .296 0 7 5 6' 2” 220 .370 11 39 8 5’ 11” 200 .448 11 40 10 6' 3” 225 .316 11 62 3 6' 3” 210 .313 4 46 2 5' 9” 190 .368 2 20 15 5' 11” 190 .264 4 31 1 5' 8” 165 .367 4 37 4 6' 0“ 185 .298 8 33 3 6' 0” 170 .286 2 15 20 6' 0” 190 .327 1 25 5 5' 11” 155 .297 0 25 18 5' 10” 170 .337 0 18 10

Southwest District (Region 5) Name Alvaro Moreno Beto Rodriguez Cody Tillotson Eric Tate Alberto Morales Alex Howe Ryan Stajduhar Wigberto Nevarez Aaron Huerta Luis Adrian Garcia Marcos Derkes Brian Smith Madison Carter Travis Brewster Trevor Holland Boone Weiss Chane Lynch Cole Savage Dustin Russel Jordan Allen Paul Hendrix Johnny Garrett Robert Orona Juan Carlos Paredes Justin Watson Keaton Green Brandon Vinyard Peter Cuomo Zac Johnson

College Cisco College Cisco College Cisco College Cisco College Clarendon College Clarendon College Clarendon College Clarendon College El Paso Comm. College El Paso Comm. College El Paso Comm. College Grayson County College Grayson County College Grayson County College Grayson County College Hill College Hill College Hill College Hill College Howard College Howard College New Mexico Military New Mexico Military Ranger College Temple College Vernon College Weatherford College Weatherford College Western Texas College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans POS 1B/DH 2B/3B 1B/DH SS/C 3B OF OF/1B C IF OF/P OF RF 3B CF SS IF IF IF C OF SS OF UTL SS OF OF OF SS OF

HT 5' 11” 5' 10” 6' 3” 5' 11” 6' 2" 5' 8" 6' 2" 6' 3" 5' 10” 5' 10” 6' 0” 6' 3” 5' 10” 5' 10” 6' 0” 5' 9” 6' 4” 5' 11” 6' 0” 6' 0” 6' 2” 5' 9" 5' 10" 5' 10” 6' 1” 5’ 9” 5' 10” 5' 9” 6' 0”

TRAVIS BREWSTER

WT 200 185 240 195 210 180 205 225 195 180 160 225 180 190 170 180 190 185 180 205 185 196 170 175 175 175 190 185 190

AVG .386 .309 .336 .355 .375 .378 .365 .282 .311 .303 .391 .322 .351 .421 .350 .380 .401 .340 .357 .383 .379 .327 .320 .337 .317 .353 .316 .307 .310

HR 0 0 2 2 2 2 3 6 1 1 1 4 5 4 2 11 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 6 2 2 7 2

RBI 35 25 17 33 56 46 29 47 14 17 3 29 57 46 27 56 21 15 6 35 42 20 24 26 30 15 18 28 24

SB 0 4 0 2 7 15 2 2 7 13 0 4 31 40 6 10 5 14 0 8 7 16 8 8 7 22 6 13 9

CF

Grayson County College

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2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Players

Central District (Region 6)

DI BASEBALL 2012

Name Caleb Wilburn Eric Seymour Kyle Johnston Travis Stafford Adam Geisick Clayton Garland Federico Castagnini Aaron Malone Brayon Colley Ross Cunningham Dylan Casey Matt Jackson Taylor Herrington Robert Hoffman Corey Stringer Grant Dunngan Seth Floyd Blake Sturgeon Caleb Hallman Chad Shannon Tory Stoffregen David Richards Adam Giacalone Garrett Schaede Kaz Sanders Bryant Theis Skylar Angood Todd Reller Ben Wainwright Jake Barrios Tanner Rainey Willy Gustin

WILLY GUSTIN

Seward County CC 16

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans

College Allen County Comm. Coll. Allen County Comm. Coll. Allen County Comm. Coll. Allen County Comm. Coll. Barton Comm. College Barton Comm. College Barton Comm. College Butler Community College Butler Community College Butler Community College Cloud County Comm. Coll. Cloud County Comm. Coll. Cloud County Comm. Coll. Coffeyville Comm. College Fort Scott Comm. College Hutchinson Comm. College Hutchinson Comm. College Johnson County CC Johnson County CC Johnson County CC Johnson County CC Kansas City Kansas CC Neosho County CC Neosho County CC Neosho County CC Pratt Community College Pratt Community College Pratt Community College Seward County CC Seward County CC Seward County CC Seward County CC

OF

POS 3B/1B 3B OF SS OF OF SS IF OF OF P/OF 1B 2B OF/P C 1B IF 2B C OF OF CF 1B 3B SS 1B CF C 1B SS OF OF

HT 6' 4” 6' 1” 6' 1” 5' 10” 5' 10" 6' 1" 6' 0" 5' 9” 5' 8” 6' 0” 5' 11” 6' 3" 5' 9" 6' 1” 6’ 0” 6’ 5” 5’ 8” 5’ 10” 5’ 10” 6’ 3” 5’ 11” 6' 2” 6' 2” 6' 1” 5' 10” 5' 10” 6' 2” 6' 1” 5' 11” 6' 2” 6' 0” 5' 9”

1B

WT 220 180 190 170 170 180 170 165 160 185 180 220 180 180 205 215 155 155 190 165 185 200 215 190 175 195 195 200 200 200 180 165

AVG .293 .395 .329 .305 .316 .333 .294 .285 .350 .339 .330 .279 .282 .257 .394 .354 .299 .336 .354 .364 .330 .407 .396 .318 .321 .298 .290 .299 .333 .359 .342 .394

HR 6 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 2 1 1 1 10 18 10 1 0 2 0 5 8 3 1

RBI 26 21 11 7 26 13 41 19 28 42 9 34 19 10 43 29 11 49 39 45 43 61 102 48 29 25 34 15 32 58 35 33

SB 0 0 0 3 7 7 16 4 31 16 2 1 10 8 10 4 9 66 10 65 16 12 5 5 1 6 23 2 0 6 3 4

OF

CHAD SHANNON

Johnson County CC

DAVID RICHARDS

ADAM GIACALONE

Neosho County CC

Kansas City CC

CF

2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Players Northern District (Regions 4, 11, 24) Name Kelvin Brito Yuliecer Arias Josh Meade Kyle McHugh Phil Pupillo Tyler Mikrut Cameron Sloan Steve Todoschuk Cody Schmitt Derek Petersen Nate Ruzich Luis Bruno Brian Doll Cody Daily Marshall Vallandingham Gabriel Roa Jeff Jackson Korey Hall

College Indian Hills - Centerville Indian Hills - Centerville John A. Logan College John A. Logan College John A. Logan College John A. Logan College Kaskaskia College Kaskaskia College Olney Central College Olney Central College South Suburban College Southeastern Illinois Coll. Southeastern Illinois Coll. Southeastern Illinois Coll. Southeastern Illinois Coll. Wabash Valley College Wabash Valley College Wabash Valley College

POS 3B SS C DH C OF C/DH 1B/3B UTL 1B C 2B OF 3B 2B SS 1B OF

Eastern District (Regions 10, 15, 20) Name Eduardo Valdez Johnathan Tineo Yariel Medina Kyle Brandenburg Trevor Leonard Victor Morel Danny Morris Anthony Ortiz James Wilson Kyle Lindsey Nick Octavi Jake Watson Zach Houchins Brad Hunter Ryan Cranmer Zach Markel Ben Boykin Seth Neely Dalton Novia Dominick Aiken Jermale Paige Matt Arant Scott Price Zach Hawley

College ASA College ASA College ASA College Guilford Technical CC Guilford Technical CC Guilford Technical CC Hagerstown Comm. Coll. Harford Comm. College Harford Comm. College Harford Comm. College Harford Comm. College Louisburg College Louisburg College Pitt Community College Pitt Community College Potomac State of WVU Spartanburg Methodist Spartanburg Methodist USC Salkehatchie USC Salkehatchie USC Salkehatchie USC Salkehatchie USC Sumter USC Sumter

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6’ 0” 6' 1” 6' 0” 6' 4” 6' 1” 5' 11” 6' 1" 6' 0" 6' 0” 6' 2" 6' 2” 5' 10" 6' 1” 6' 3” 5' 10” 5' 10” 6' 3” 6' 1”

WT 210 180 190 225 190 190 190 240 185 215 195 185 180 200 180 180 200 200

AVG .298 .316 .294 .301 .288 .280 .369 .389 .420 .385 .318 .320 .352 .348 .351 .500 .364 .327

HR 5 4 0 6 1 8 2 2 0 3 1 3 3 6 4 1 7 1

RBI 24 28 2 51 16 23 29 39 46 54 41 23 17 29 37 35 45 18

SB 2 7 0 0 3 1 2 2 2 6 2 2 11 1 17 22 9 12

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans

POS OF 3B SS UTL IF SS 3B IF SS OF C SS/2B SS/3B DH/OF 3B/OF 1B C IF OF OF OF OF/1B OF C

HT 6’ 2” 6’ 1” 5’ 10” 6' 2” 6' 0” 5' 10” 5’ 10” 5' 9” 5' 11” 6' 2” 5' 11” 5’ 9” 6’ 1” 6' 1” 6' 1” 6’ 1” 5' 10” 5' 10” 5' 6" 5' 11" 5' 8" 5' 9" 6' 3” 5' 10”

WT 180 185 170 180 180 165 190 170 185 190 195 175 185 188 200 205 195 202 155 190 174 150 200 180

AVG .361 .352 .374 .310 .417 .357 .323 .396 .430 .371 .313 .500 .349 .281 .371 .338 .347 .312 .364 .310 .362 .340 .405 .304

HR 6 2 2 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 4 5 5 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 5 0

RBI 22 27 31 14 26 15 36 38 54 15 33 3 35 19 36 45 27 16 21 12 9 6 34 10

SB 34 6 27 8 10 4 11 15 11 24 16 1 7 1 5 0 0 13 9 4 16 0 6 2

East Central District (Regions 7, 17) Name Les Evans Will Hinson Brady Reed Isaac Davenport Tyler Roach Zach Zarzour Grant Zawadzki Parker Nix Garitt Church McLendon Hill Bo Way Caleb Bryson Dylan Kelly Khirus Ware Brandon Johnston Kenneth Perkey Ryan Huber Josh Hillard Brandon Cruce Jonathan Farabow Patrick McGlynn Josh Coker Kendall Keeton Marcus Davis Mike Davis Dusty Davis

College Abraham Baldwin AC Abraham Baldwin AC Chattanooga State CC Chattanooga State CC Chattanooga State CC Chattanooga State CC Cleveland State CC Darton College Georgia Perimeter Coll. Georgia Perimeter Coll. Middle Georgia College Middle Georgia College Middle Georgia College Middle Georgia College Motlow St. Comm. Coll. Motlow St. Comm. Coll. Motlow St. Comm. Coll. Roane State CC South Georgia College South Georgia College South Georgia College Walters St. Comm. Coll. Walters St. Comm. Coll. Walters St. Comm. Coll. Walters St. Comm. Coll. West Georgia Tech Coll.

CODY SCHMITT

Olney Central

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UTL

POS 3B 2B C OF 1B 2B SS OF 3B SS OF 1B C OF SS OF IF 1B SS 2B 1B/C LF SS CF C IF

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans HT 6' 0” 5' 11” 6' 1” 5' 10” 6' 2” 5' 9” 5' 11” 6' 2” 6' 0” 6' 2” 5' 10” 6' 1” 5' 11” 6' 2” 6' 3” 6' 2” 5' 11” 6’ 0” 5' 10” 5' 9” 6' 0” 6' 0” 6' 0” 6' 3” 6' 3 “ 5' 10”

1B

WT 215 170 199 163 205 177 170 180 175 185 170 210 190 190 175 200 170 185 185 185 220 190 185 205 215 175

AVG .346 .341 .357 .389 .400 .366 .301 .282 .325 .295 .333 .314 .429 .389 .357 .325 .310 .344 .300 .375 .324 .394 .360 .298 .300 .290

HR 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 9 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 4 3 11

RBI 30 16 15 25 45 37 23 13 32 24 26 52 33 25 16 17 7 8 14 9 14 19 46 24 15 38

SB 0 6 4 22 6 22 18 18 15 25 15 2 3 10 11 6 2 1 2 0 2 3 12 3 5 20

CALEB BRYSON

Middle Georgia

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2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Players

HUNTER KELLY

CF

DI BASEBALL 2012

Calhoun CC

AARON HAAG

Name Brandon Kiser Cliff Covington Hunter Kelley Mathew Tittle TJ Eifert Jared Kahn Martin Castro Taylor Hinshaw Ty Abbott Alberto Vasquez Luke Miller Travis Register Austin Potts Phillip McDuffie Brandon Blackwelder Dustin Bickmeyer Jordan Creel Lee Hunter Aaron Haag David Carter Josh Thompson Brandon Thomasson Lance Wilson Terrance Dedrick

College Alabama Southern CC Alabama Southern CC Calhoun Comm. College Calhoun Comm. College Calhoun Comm. College Chattahoochee Valley CC Chattahoochee Valley CC Chattahoochee Valley CC Chattahoochee Valley CC Enterprise St. Comm. Coll. Enterprise St. Comm. Coll. Enterprise St. Comm. Coll. Faulkner St. Comm. College Faulkner St. Comm. College Jefferson Davis CC Jefferson Davis CC Jefferson Davis CC Jefferson Davis CC Lurleen B. Wallace CC Lurleen B. Wallace CC Lurleen B. Wallace CC Marion Military Institute Shelton St. Comm. College Shelton St. Comm. College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans POS OF 1B CF SS 3B 2B UTL OF OF 1B DH 2B SS C OF C OF 1B IF OF OF 1B SS OF

HT 6' 4” 6' 1” 6' 1” 6' 0” 6’ 0” 5' 8” 6' 1” 6' 1” 6' 3” 6' 2” 6’ 0” 6' 1” 6' 1” 5' 11” 6' 2” 6' 1” 6' 0” 6' 4” 6' 3” 6' 1” 5' 9” 6' 4” 6' 0” 6' 0”

WT 185 200 185 185 205 180 190 220 230 200 200 190 175 190 185 185 175 210 220 195 180 225 180 175

AVG .294 .347 .407 .364 .360 .286 .351 .284 .340 .348 .345 .324 .365 .365 .325 .308 .321 .336 .355 .306 .354 .330 .301 .347

HR 5 4 12 8 7 3 0 6 3 4 5 2 1 3 1 0 2 6 7 6 0 9 0 2

RBI 20 35 52 44 61 26 35 44 29 15 18 12 27 37 18 8 19 27 55 25 14 30 24 38

SB 6 0 17 13 7 20 7 0 0 3 3 8 3 8 8 4 19 3 6 9 16 4 30 1

IF 1B

Lurleen B. Wallace 18

Southeastern District (Region 22)

CLIFF COVINGTON

Alabama Southern

MARTIN CASTRO

Chattahoochee Valley

UTL

2012 DI Baseball Top Returning Players

Gulf District (Region 8) Name Christian Coburn Josh Whitchurch Scooter Price Terrell Joyce Eros Modena Jordan Robinson Mark Donato Chris Suto Kyle Kennedy Trae Santos Alex Hernandez John Beary Colt Hankamer Michael Danner Ryne Knuth Drew Doty Garrett Greenwell Tim Remes Trey Griffin Tyler Lesch Lee Hart Drew Posavec Tyler Rocklein

CF

College Coll. of Central Florida Coll. of Central Florida Daytona State College Florida St. - Jacksonville Indian River St. College Indian River St. College Indian River St. College Lake Sumter CC Northwest Florida State Northwest Florida State Palm Beach St. College Pensacola St. College Polk State College Polk State College Polk State College Santa Fe College Santa Fe College Santa Fe College Santa Fe College Seminole St. Coll. of Fla. St. Johns River St. Coll. St. Petersburg College SCF - Manatee-Sarasota

DREW DOTY

Santa Fe College

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans POS CF C OF 3B/P CF 3B 1B OF CF P/DH SS C SS LF CF CF 1B C RF OF C/1B 1B RF

HT 5’ 9” 6’ 0” 6’ 0” 6' 4“ 6' 0” 6' 2” 6' 2” 5' 10” 6' 0” 6' 2” 5' 9” 5' 10” 5' 8” 5' 10” 6' 0” 5’ 10” 6’ 0” 6’ 0” 6’ 3” 5' 10” 6' 0” 6' 0” 6' 3”

WT 165 195 194 225 185 195 215 160 170 228 180 200 170 185 175 175 240 190 210 175 210 220 210

AVG .338 .316 .293 .355 .320 .340 .320 .320 .329 .359 .330 .248 .318 .357 .269 .381 .323 .289 .319 .273 .285 .304 .341

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

TRAE SANTOS

Northwest Florida St.

RBI 32 26 30 28 33 44 44 31 25 45 33 35 32 46 9 46 16 25 28 17 24 11 50

SB 19 5 3 11 8 11 2 17 10 1 11 10 6 21 34 8 1 2 8 12 1 2 10

DH

OF

JUSTIN BYRD

BRETT DOE

San Jacinto-North

Navarro College

Southern District (Region 14) Name Chris Quinn Jordan Camel Nate Lyons Scott Zimmerle Keith Cormier Zach Taylor Eric Preuss Kevin Daniels Tyler Boss Brandon Spencer Chris Back D'Marco Poindexter Justin Norris Chris Navarro Kyle Giusti Tyler Iguess Brett Doe Brode Boyd Weston Hall Shane Segovia Esteban Gomez Justin Byrd Kyle Chaskin Justin Copeland Trent Smith Ty Parker

College Alvin Comm. College Alvin Comm. College Alvin Comm. College Alvin Comm. College Angelina College Angelina College Blinn College Blinn College Blinn College Bossier Parish CC Bossier Parish CC Bossier Parish CC Bossier Parish CC Galveston College Galveston College Galveston College Navarro College Navarro College Navarro College Northeast Texas CC San Jacinto Coll. - North San Jacinto Coll. - North San Jacinto Coll. - North Texarkana College Texarkana College Texarkana College

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SS

Bold Players are Returning All-Americans POS SS C RF 1B OF SS 3B OF OF C OF 2B OF OF IF OF SS RF CF 3B/SS 1B OF 3B/P RF CF C

HT 5' 11” 6' 0” 6' 1” 6' 0” 6' 1” 6' 1” 6’ 1” 5’ 11” 6’ 2” 5' 9” 6' 0” 5' 6” 6' 0” 5' 7” 5' 11” 5' 9” 5' 10” 6' 0” 6' 1” 5' 11” 6' 1” 6' 1” 5' 10” 6' 1” 5' 10” 5' 10”

WT 175 180 195 205 195 185 190 180 200 165 175 180 155 175 180 150 190 205 200 207 210 190 200 190 180 215

AVG .339 .320 .300 .327 .349 .328 .293 .280 .309 .358 .341 .327 .357 .366 .333 .327 .315 .301 .320 .308 .342 .328 .329 .383 .300 .347

HR 1 1 1 2 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 6 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 1

RBI 22 18 15 28 18 25 27 30 22 22 7 11 19 17 15 14 24 24 19 12 37 42 11 35 2 26

SB 8 5 9 6 5 5 1 14 9 11 2 14 7 6 13 11 12 8 20 7 4 27 1 9 7 4

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2011 DI Baseball Region/District Results

2011 DI Baseball Region & District Tournament Results Region

WESTERN: Central Arizona College (52-13)

Championship Result

SOUTHWESTERN: Grayson County College, Texas (42-15)

DI BASEBALL 2012

1

Central Arizona College (48-12) def. Yavapai College, Ariz. (36-25) — 1-0

2

Eastern Oklahoma St. College (37-20) def. NE Oklahoma A&M (36-20) — 7-6

SOUTH CENTRAL: Jefferson College, Mo. (43-20)

4

South Suburban College, Ill. (35-25) def. Kishwaukee College, Ill. (26-27) — 4-1

CENTRAL: Seward County Community College, Kan. (44-18)

5*

Grayson County CC, Texas (42-15) def. Howard College, Texas (46-13) — 12-6

NORTHERN: Iowa Western Community College (40-18)

6*

Seward County CC, Kan. (44-18) def. Colby CC, Kan. (43-20) — 5-2

EAST CENTRAL: South Georgia College (33-31)

7

Columbia St. CC, Tenn. (33-14) def. Chattanooga St., Tenn. (41-11) — 9-8 (10 inn.)

8*

Chipola College, Fla. (39-20) def. NW Florida St. College (39-15) — 6-5 (11 inn.)

9

Lamar CC, Colo. (46-15) def. Otero JC, Colo. (38-22) — 3-2 (10 inn.)

10

Pitt CC, N.C. (37-11) def. Guilford Technical CC, N.C. (24-15) — 9-8

11

Iowa Western CC (37-17) def. Marshalltown CC, Iowa (27-23) — 9-1

EASTERN: Potomac State College of WVU (35-10) SOUTHEASTERN: Southern Union State CC, Ala. (42-18) GULF: Chipola College, Fla. (39-20) SOUTHERN: Navarro College, Texas (42-17)

14* Navarro College, Texas (42-17) def. Alvin CC, Texas (35-26) — 10-3 15

ASA College, N.Y. (29-11) def. Monroe College, N.Y. (20-16) — 4-0

16

Jefferson College, Mo. (41-19) def. Crowder College, Mo. (40-19) — 2-0

17

Georgia Perimeter College (42-15) def. South Georgia College (30-31) — 4-2

18

Salt Lake CC, Utah (47-14) def. Western Nevada College (46-13) — 2-0

South Central District Championship

20* Potomac State College of WVU (33-9) def. Anne Arundel CC, Md. (30-20) — 17-3 22* Southern Union St. CC, Ala. (42-18) def. Faulkner St. CC, Ala. (15-21) — 8-1 23

Delgado CC, La. (40-15) def. Baton Rouge CC, La. (39-15) — 8-6

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Logan A. Logan College, Ill. (35-17) def. Wabash Valley College, Ill. (45-17) — 2-1

Central Arizona College (52-13)

def.

Jefferson College, Mo. (43-20)

def.

Region 23 Champion

Score

Delgado CC, La. (40-15)

4-3 (10)

Northern District Championship Region 11 Champion Central Arizona College (52-13)

def.

Region 24 Champion

Score

John A. Logan College, Ill. (35-17)

8-7

East Central District Championship

South Georgia College (33-31)

def.

Region 7 Champion

Score

Columbia State CC, Tenn. (35-16)

7-3

Eastern District Championship

Western District Championship Region 1 Champion

Region 16 Champion

Region 17 Runner-Up

*Region Champion is also District Champion NOTE: District arrangement in 2011 was the same as 2012 arrangement.

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Region 18 Champion

Score

Region 20 Champion

Salt Lake CC, Utah (49-16)

12-9

Potomac St. of WVU (35-10)

def.

Region 7 Champion

Score

Pitt CC, N.C. (38-13)

6-4 (11)

2011 DI Baseball World Series Results

2011 NJCAA Division I Baseball World Series May 28 - June 4, 2011

Sam Suplizio Field

Grand Junction, Colorado

Saturday, May 28 Game 1

Potomac State College of WVU

def.

Jefferson College, Mo.

8-5

Game 2

Central Arizona College

def.

South Georgia College

13-3 (5 inn)

Game 3

Navarro College, Texas

def.

Southern Union State CC, Ala.

15-5 (5 inn)

Game 4

Iowa Western CC

def.

Seward County CC, Kan.

17-9 (7 inn)

Sunday, May 29 Game 5

South Georgia College

def.

Jefferson College, Mo.

10-4

Game 6

Seward County CC, Kan.

def.

Southern Union State CC, Ala.

5-1

Game 7

Chipola College, Ariz.

def.

Grayson CC, Texas

19-13

Monday, May 30 Game 8

Seward County CC, Kan.

def.

South Georgia College

14-4 (6 inn)

Game 9

Navarro College, Texas

def.

Iowa Western CC

9-1 (7 inn)

Game 10

Central Arizona College

def.

Potomac State College of WVU

12-2

3-2

Tuesday, May 31 Game 11

Iowa Western CC

def.

Grayson CC, Texas

Game 12

Potomac State College of WVU

def.

Seward County CC, Kan.

Game 13

Navarro College, Texas

def.

Chipola College, Ariz.

Iowa Western CC

def.

Chipola College, Ariz.

Game 15

Central Arizona College

def.

Navarro College, Texas

3-2

13-0 (5 inn) 11-8

Thursday, June 2 Game 16

Navarro College, Texas

def.

Iowa Western CC

9-5

Game 17

Potomac State College of WVU

def.

Central Arizona College

11-3

def.

Potomac State College of WVU

16-6 (6 inn)

Central Arizona College

6-4 (10 inn)

Friday, June 3 Game 18

Central Arizona College

Walk-off Home Run Lifts Navarro to National Title A walk-off two-run home run by JT Files in the bottom of the 10th inning won Navarro College (Texas) its first-ever NJCAA DI Baseball World Series title. The Bulldogs of Navarro finished their season at 45-17, while Central Arizona closed out its 2011 campaign with a 56-15 overall record. Central Arizona entered the tournament ranked No. 1 while Navarro was ranked No. 3. Files had a stellar championship game performance and was named the MVP of the tournament. He was 3-for-4 at the plate with three RBI's and two runs scored.

12-11

Wednesday, June 1 Game 14

NAVARRO COLLEGE: 2011 DI CHAMPS

All-Tournament Team IF - Nick Carrillo (Central Arizona) IF - Jorge Flores (Central Arizona) C - Max Rossiter (Central Arizona) OF - Keenyn Walker (Central Arizona) OF - Derrick Pitts (Chipola) P - Zach Good (Grayson County) P - A.J. Guara (Iowa Western) OF - Mitch Warne (Iowa Western) OF - Garrett Autrey (Navarro) IF - Casey Grayson (Navarro) IF - Zach Markel (Potomac State) P - Andy Smithmyer (Potomac State) IF - Jake Barrios (Seward County)

Saturday, June 4 (National Championship Game) Game 19

Navarro College, Texas

def.

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Robert Purkey Jr. Pitching Award Andy Smithmyer (Navarro) Jay W. Tolman Defensive Player Award C - J.T. Files (Navarro) Rawlings Big Stick Award (Top Hitter) SS - Jorge Flores (Central Arizona) W. Homa Thomas Sportsmanship Award Manager - Scotts Sims (South Georgia) The Daily Sentinel Preston Walker MVP C - J.T. Files (Navarro) Coach of the Tournament Whoa Dill (Navarro)

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2011 DI ABCA & Easton Players of the Year

Howard’s Collins and Bossier Parish’s Pittman Named 2011 ABCA and Easton Players of the Year The American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), in conjunction with the NJCAA, selected Tyler Collins (Howard College, Texas) as the 2011 Division I Players of the Year. Collins was named ABCA Player of the Year, while Pittman was chosen as the Easton Defensive Player of the Year.

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ABCA Division I Player of the Year Tyler Collins (LF - Howard College, Texas) Tyler Collins, a sophomore from Trophy Club, Texas, recorded an incredible season playing for Howard College. The 6’0” left fielder finished second in batting average in NJCAA Division I with a .488 average, going 105-for-215 and led the ranks in home runs with 19 on the year. Collins finished with 82 RBI’s on the season, placing him second in the NJCAA Division I. The 2011 Player of the Year led the Hawks’ offense and added 16 stolen bases, 34 doubles, and four triples to his already amazing statistical line. Tyler took home the Rawlings Big Stick Award for posting the highest batting average in the Southwestern District (Region 5) as well. Collins was selected in the 6th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers.

Easton Division I Defensive Player of the Year Taylor Pittman (2B - Bossier Parish Community College, La.) Taylor Pittman logged 52 games last season, totaling 73 putouts and 120 assists primarily playing the second base position for Bossier Parish. The sophomore recorded a perfect 1.00 fielding percentage and did not commit an error in the 2011 season. The defensive specialist also contributed offensively, batting .278 with 40 hits, 23 runs, and 17 RBI’s. The Bossier City, La. native managed five doubles, seven steals, and eight walks in 144 at-bats as well. Pittman was also named to the 2011 NJCAA DI Rawlings Gold Glove Award® Team for his stellar play last season.

Previous Winners ABCA DI Player of the Year 2010: Bryce Harper, Southern Nevada 2009: Bryson Smith, Young Harris (Ga.) 2008: Joe Patterson, Seminole St. (Okla.) 2007: Doug Kroll, Iowa Western CC 2006: Steve Winkelmann, Neosho (Kan.) 2005: Michael Murray, Meridian (Miss.) 2004: A.J. Johnson, Tallahassee (Fla.) 2003: Nick Markakis, Young Harris (Ga.) 2002: Cory Patton, Seward County (Kan.) 2001: Wes Detwiler, Cowley County (Kan.)

Easton DI Defensive Player of the Year 2010: Ivan Hartle, Iowa Western 2009: Runey Davis, Howard (Texas) 2008: Kris Miller, San Jacinto (Texas) 2007: Mike Mooney, Palm Beach (Fla.) 2006: Lee Fisher, South Suburban (Ill.) 2005: Kyle Banks, Yavapai (Ariz.) 2004: Carlos Ramos, Miami Dade (Fla.)

2011 DI Rawlings Big Stick Award Winners IF

GABRIEL ROA Rawlings, in conjunction with the NJCAA, honors annually the top hitter in each of the NJCAA Division I Districts with the highest regular season batting average with the NJCAA Rawlings Big Stick Award. In order to receive this honor the player must be selected to their respective All-District team. Stats listed below were taken during the nomination and selection process and are not the final season batting averages for each player. All players were leading their respective district in batting average when the All-District teams were selected.

Wabash Valley CC CORY SPANGENBERG Name

College

Pos.

Avg.

Tyler Collins

District

Howard College, Texas

OF

.508

Southwestern

Gabriel Roa

Wabash Valley College, Ill.

IF

.497

Northern

Cory Spangenberg

Indian River State College, Fla.

IF

.479

Gulf

Tyler Hibbert

Jefferson College, Mo.

OF

.465

South Central

Christian Lujan

Otero Junior College, Colo.

IF

.449

Western

Taylor Stewart

Volunteer State Community College, Tenn.

C

.440

East Central

James Wilson

Harford Community College, Md.

IF

.434

Eastern

Dylan Wheeler

Jefferson State Community College, Ala.

IF

.426

Southeastern

Forrest Allday

Alvin Community College, Texas

OF

.424

Southern

Blake Brisson

Garden City Community College, Kan.

OF

.422

Central

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IF

Indian River State

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2011 NJCAA DI Rawlings Gold Glove Team

2011 NJCAA Division I Rawlings Gold Glove Team

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NJCAA / Rawlings DI Gold Glove Award The Rawlings Gold Glove Award速 is the benchmark of excellence and performance on the diamond in Major League Baseball. However, in 2007 the award began to also symbolize the best of the best at the collegiate and high school levels. For the fourth consecutive year, college and high school players flashing serious leather were awarded Rawlings Gold Glove Awards as Rawlings celebrates its 53rd year of the Rawlings Gold Glove Award速. In partnership with the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), Rawlings presented the firstever Rawlings Gold Glove Awards in 2007 to players in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III; NAIA; NJCAA Divisions I, II, and III; and High School.

Name

College

Pos.

Fld%

Brice Baker

South Georgia College

P

1.00

Scott Sarratt

Georgia Perimeter College

C

1.00

Todd Joyner

Florence-Darlington Tech College, S.C.

1B

1.00

Taylor Pittman

Bossier Parish Community College, La.

2B

1.00

Trey Ford

South Mountain Community College, Ariz.

3B

.906

Christian Vasquez

New Mexico Junior College

SS

.986

Keenyn Walker

Central Arizona College

OF

1.00

Blaine Posey

Baton Rouge Community College, La.

OF

1.00

Tyler Collins

Howard College, Texas

OF

.987

2010 NJCAA DI Gold Glove Team P - Anthony Haase (Cochise College, Ariz.) C - Ryan Hornback (San Jacinto - North, Texas) 1B - Trey Holmes (Pitt CC, N.C.) 2B - Ivan Hartle (Iowa Western CC) 3B - Blake Lively (College of Southern Idaho) SS - Peter Mooney (Palm Beach State, Fla.) LF - Bryan Karraker (Central Arizona College) CF - Joe Leftridge (Howard College, Texas) RF - Matt Lowery (Young Harris College, Ga.)

2009 NJCAA DI Gold Glove Team P - Jimmy Patterson (Central Arizona College) C - Miles Hamblin (Howard College, Texas) 1B - Blake Parrott (Gordon College, Ga.) 2B - Mike Stiles (Western Nevada College) 3B - Casey McCollum (Eastern Oklahoma St.) SS - Peter Mooney (Palm Beach State, Fla.) LF - Nicholas Rosthenhausler (S. Mountain, Ariz.) CF - Runey Davis (Howard College, Texas) RF - Patrick Deao (Neosho CCC, Kan.)

2008 NJCAA DI Gold Glove Team P - Josh Spence (Central Arizona College) C - Carlos Ramirez (Chandler-Gilbert CC, Ariz.) 1B - Allen Denman (USC Sumter) 2B - Kyle Livingstone (Navarro College, Texas) 3B - Doug Otto (Johnson CCC, Kan.) SS - Tyler Tuthill (Connors State College, Okla.) LF - Kris Miller (San Jacinto - North, Texas) CF - Matty Johnson (Crowder College, Mo.) RF - Christian Johnson (Central Arizona College)

2007 NJCAA DI Gold Glove Team P - Josh Spence (Central Arizona College) C - Austin Morgan (Blinn College, Texas) 1B - Kevin Atkinson (New Mexico JC) 2B - Vicente Castro (Iowa Western CC) 3B - Trey Sperring (San Jacinto - North, Texas) SS - Mike Mooney (Palm Beach CC, Fla.) LF - Lee Haydel (Delgado CC, La.) CF - Will Campbell (Cochise College, Ariz.) RF - Zach Swasey (Salt Lake CC, Utah)

2011 DI Baseball All-Americans First Team Name (Position)

NJCAA School

Where are they Now?

Third Team

Brian Shirah (C)

Faulkner State CC, Ala.

% University of Mobile

Nolan Clark (C)

Yavapai College, Ariz.

+ Philadelphia Phillies

Dustin Dalken (IF)

Gordon College, Ga.

* University of South Alabama

Christian Lujan (IF)

Otero JC, Colo.

^ Univ. of Nebraska-Kearney

Tyler Molinaro (IF)

Pitt CC, N.C.

* UNC-Wilmington

Adam Giacalone (IF)

Neosho County CC, Kan.

RETURNING

Robbie Rea (IF)

Cowley County CC, Kan.

* Oklahoma State University

+ St. Louis Cardinals

Gabriel Roa (IF)

Wabash Valley College, Ill.

RETURNING

Travis Brewster (OF)

Grayson County Coll., Texas

RETURNING

Cooper Mosley (IF)

Central Alabama CC

Cory Spangenberg (IF)

Indian River State College, Fla. + San Diego Padres

Craig Brinkerhoff (OF)

USU - College of Eastern Utah

LDS Mission

Tyler Collins (OF)

Howard College, Texas

+ Detroit Tigers

Brandon Lawrence (OF)

Blinn College, Texas

* UT-Arlington

Tyler Hibbert (OF)

Jefferson College, Mo.

RETURNING

Matt Oberste (DH)

Connors State College, Okla.

* University of Oklahoma

Tyler Mapes (P)

Navarro College, Texas

* Tulane University

Keenyn Walker (OF)

Central Arizona College

+ Chicago White Sox

Wayland Moore (P)

Seminole State College, Okla.

* Marshall University

Landon Steinhagen (DH)

Howard College, Texas

* University of Texas

Tyler Wright (P)

San Jacinto - North, Texas

* University of Arkansas

Honorable Mention Andy Almonte (IF)

Gordon College, Ga.

* Kennesaw State University

Nate Antone (IF)

Potomac State College of WVU * West Virginia University

Dylan Coleman (IF)

Chattanooga State CC, Tenn.

^ University of West Georgia

Brad Dantzler (IF)

SC of Fla. - Manatee-Sarasota

* University of South Carolina

Seth Dornak (IF)

Galveston College, Texas

* Lamar University

Grayson County College, Texas + Anaheim Angels

Todd Hankins (IF)

Seminole St. College of Florida

+ Cleveland Indians

Danny Collins (IF)

Northwest Florida St. College

* Troy University

Jake Lueneburg (IF)

Kishwaukee College, Ill.

+ Atlanta Braves

Kenny Roberts (IF)

Meridian CC, Miss.

* University of Alabama

Dustin Saulmon (IF)

Alabama Southern CC

^ University of West Florida

Blake Brisson (OF)

Garden City CC, Kan.

^ Emporia State University

Kyle Stanton (IF)

Southwestern Illinois College

* Illinois State University

Dominique Taylor (OF)

Salt Lake CC, Utah

RETURNING

James Wilson (IF)

Harford CC, Md.

RETURNING

Clay Garner (P)

Georgia Perimeter College

RETURNING

Nick Goody (P)

SC of Fla. - Manatee-Sarasota

* Louisiana State University

Steven Okert (P)

Grayson County College, Texas * University of Oklahoma

Miguel Pena (P)

San Jacinto - North, Texas

+ Boston Red Sox

Arturo Maltus-Garcia (P)

Lamar CC, Colo.

+ Chicago Cubs

Jerad Eickhoff (P)

Olney Central College, Ill.

+ Texas Rangers

Andrew Polly (P)

Cowley County CC, Kan.

Not Returning

Second Team Abel Baker (C)

Forrest Allday (OF)

Alvin CC, Texas

* University of Central Arkansas

Caleb Compton (OF)

Neosho County CC, Kan.

^ Emporia State University

Hunter Kelley (OF)

Calhoun CC, Ala.

RETURNING

Ryan Rizzi (P)

South Suburban College, Ill.

Not Returning

Cody Schmitt (DH)

Olney Central College, Ill.

RETURNING

Jonathan Sanchez (P)

ASA College, N.Y.

Not Returning

Mike Sisco (P)

Crowder College, Mo.

* Univ. of Arkansas-Little Rock

William Starling (P)

Southern Union State CC, Ala.

RETURNING

Malcolm Clapsaddle (P)

Santa Fe College, Fla.

* High Point University

Patrick Merkling (P)

Chattanooga State CC, Tenn.

+ Baltimore Orioles

Ryan Merritt (P)

McLennan CC, Texas

+ Cleveland Indians

Bold Players Are Returning to the NJCAA for the 2012 Season *NCAA DI Program ^NCAA DII Program % NAIA Program + Drafted by MLB Organization

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2011 DI Baseball Statistical Leaders

Earned Run Average

FOR MORE

Andrew Polly, Cowley County Community College (Kan.) 0.81 ERA, 66.1 IP, 12 R, 6 ER, 48 H, 55 K, 4 BB, 9-0

Strikeouts Arturo Maltos-Garcia, Lamar Community College (Colo.) 139 K, 94.0 IP

Complete National Stat Rankings for the 2011 Season can be accessed online at www.njcaa.org

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Saves Jaime Dennis, Northwest-Shoals Community College (Ala.) 16 S, 1.75 ERA, 36.0 IP

Team Batting Average

Batting Average

Howard College (Texas)

Chabriel Roa, Wabash Valley College (Ill.) .500 AVG, 78 H, 156 AB

Home Runs Ben Kingsley, Meridian Community College (Miss.) 19 HR’s, 191 AB Tyler Collins, Howard College (Texas) 19 HR’s, 215 AB

.394 AVG, 739 H, 1878 AB

Team Fielding Percentage Calhoun Community College (Ala.) .975 FLD%, 789 PO, 240 A, 26 E

RBI’s Adam Giacalone, Neosho County Community College (Kan.) 102 RBI’s, 76 H, 192 AB

Stolen Bases Keenyn Walker, Central Arizona College 70 SB, 73 SBA, .890 SB%

Fielding Percentage Max Rossiter, Central Arizona College 1.00 FLD%, 344 PO, 44 A, 0 E Taylor Pittman, Bossier Parish Community College (La.) 1.00 FLD%, 73 PO, 120 A, 0 E 26

Howard College

Calhoun CC

2012 DI Programs by Region (181)

Region

College Name

Region

College Name

Region

College Name

1

Arizona Western College

6

Barton Community College

8

Indian River State College

1

Central Arizona College

6

Butler Community College - KS

8

Lake Sumter Community College

1

Cochise College

6

Cloud County Community College

8

Miami Dade College

1

Eastern Arizona College

6

Coffeyville Community College

8

Northwest Florida State College

1

Pima Community College

6

Colby Community College

8

Northwest Florida State College

1

South Mountain Community College

6

Cowley County Community College

8

Palm Beach State College

1

Yavapai College

6

Fort Scott Community College

8

Pensacola State College

2

Arkansas Baptist College

6

Garden City Community College

8

Polk State College

2

Connors State College

6

Highland Community College - Kansas

8

Santa Fe College

2

Eastern Oklahoma State College

6

Hutchinson Community College

8

Seminole State College of Florida

2

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

6

Independence Community College

8

South Florida Community College

2

Rose State College

6

Johnson County Community College

8

St. Johns River State College

2

Seminole State College

6

Kansas City Kansas Community College

8

St. Petersburg College

4

Kishwaukee College

6

Labette Community College

8

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota

4

Olive-Harvey College

6

Neosho County Community College

8

Tallahassee Community College

4

South Suburban College

6

Pratt Community College

9

Lamar Community College

4

Triton College

6

Seward County Community College

9

McCook Community College

5

Cisco College

7

Chattanooga State Community College

9

Northeastern Junior College

5

Clarendon College

7

Cleveland State Community College

9

Otero Junior College

5

El Paso Community College

7

Columbia State Community College

9

Trinidad State Junior College

5

Grayson County College

7

Dyersburg State Community College

9

Western Nebraska Community College

5

Hill College

7

Jackson State Community College

10

Florence-Darlington Technical College

5

Howard College

7

Motlow State Community College

10

Guilford Technical Community College

5

McLennan Community College

7

Roane State Community College

10

Louisburg College

5

Midland College

7

Southwest Tennessee Community College

10

Pitt Community College

5

New Mexico Junior College

7

Volunteer State Community College

10

Spartanburg Methodist College

5

New Mexico Military Institute

7

Walters State Community College

10

USC Lancaster

5

North Central Texas College

8

Brevard Community College

10

USC Salkehatchie

5

Odessa College

8

Broward College

10

USC Sumter

5

Ranger College

8

Chipola College

11

Eastern Iowa Community College

5

Temple College

8

College of Central Florida

11

Indian Hills Community College-Centerville

5

Vernon College

8

Daytona State College

11

Iowa Western Community College

5

Weatherford College

8

Florida State College at Jacksonville

11

Marshalltown Community College

5

Western Texas College

8

Gulf Coast State College

11

Marshalltown Community College

6

Allen County Community College

8

Hillsborough Community College

11

Southwestern Community College

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2012 DI Programs by Region (181) Region

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College Name

Region

College Name

14

Alvin Community College

18

Salt Lake Community College

14

Angelina College

18

Utah State University - College of Eastern Utah

14

Blinn College

18

Western Nevada College

14

Bossier Parish Community College

20

Anne Arundel Community College

14

Galveston College

20

Chesapeake College

14

Laredo Community College

20

Hagerstown Community College

14

Lon Morris College

20

Harford Community College

14

Navarro College

20

Potomac State College of WVU

14

Northeast Texas Community College

22

Alabama Southern Community College

14

Panola College

22

Bishop State Community College

14

Paris Junior College

22

Calhoun Community College

14

San Jacinto College-North

22

Central Alabama Community College

14

Texarkana College

22

Chattahoochee Valley Community College

14

Wharton County Junior College

22

Enterprise State Community College

15

ASA College

22

Faulkner State Community College

15

Globe Institute of Technology

22

Gadsden State Community College

15

Monroe College

22

Jefferson Davis Community College

16

Crowder College

22

Lawson State Community College

16

Jefferson College

22

Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

16

MCC-Maple Woods

22

Marion Military Institute

16

Mineral Area College

22

Shelton State Community College

16

North Central Missouri College

22

Snead State Community College

16

St. Charles Community College

22

Southern Union State Community College

16

St. Louis Community College

22

Wallace Community College-Dothan

16

St. Louis Community College

22

Wallace Community College-Selma

16

Three Rivers Community College - MO

22

Wallace State Community College-Hanceville

17

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

23

Baton Rouge Community College

17

Andrew College

23

Delgado Community College

17

Darton College

23

Meridian Community College

17

East Georgia College

24

John A. Logan College

17

Georgia Perimeter College

24

Kaskaskia College

17

Gordon College

24

Lake Land College

17

Middle Georgia College

24

Lincoln Trail College

17

South Georgia College

24

Olney Central College

17

West Georgia Technical College

24

Rend Lake College

18

College of Southern Idaho

24

Southeastern Illinois College

18

College of Southern Nevada

24

Southwestern Illinois College

18

Colorado Northwestern Community College

24

Wabash Valley College


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