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LETTER FROM COACH GOLLOWAY

2011 MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS

Welcome to OU baseball, one of the most storied collegiate programs in the nation. The Sooners have built a strong tradition by winning National Championships in 1951 and 1994. Most recently, we made the program’s 10th College World Series appearance and are primed for another strong postseason run in 2011.

The 2011 Oklahoma baseball media guide is a production of the University of Oklahoma Athletics Communications office. The guide was written, designed and edited by Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Craig Moran. Additional contributions provided by student interns Ashley Elkins, Lawre Everest, Chris Jeter and Clark Wilson.

As a Sooner coach, I have been fortunate enough to be a part of four College World Series and the last five regional titles at Oklahoma. It’s fair to say that Sooner baseball is second to none when it comes to its student-athletes enjoying success on and off the field.

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The University of Oklahoma Athletics Department is committed to excellence on the field and in the classroom and that is evident by the amount of resources available to our student-athletes. The expectations remain high and the goals are simple -- to present the studentathletes with the most competitive setting that will prepare them for success at OU and, in turn, in life. As a Sooner head coach, I recognize the outstanding leadership that has come before this coaching staff and the successful student-athletes who have represented this program. We acknowledge the awesome responsibility as caretakers of this program and work very hard to build upon its rich tradition.

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Nike is the official footwear, apparel and equipment supplier and sponsor of the Oklahoma baseball team.

We will continue to extend our right hand of fellowship to our alumni, fans and the dedicated people who represent this great university as we all work together to bring championships home to L. Dale Mitchell Park.

Head Coach Sunny Golloway



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THE PROGRAM Introduction Table of Contents Quick Facts Team Information 2011 Roster 2011 Schedule Baseball Tradition 1994 National Championship 1951 National Championship College World Series NCAA Tournament Conference Success Award Winners MLB Sooners Home Run Club Sunny Golloway Assistant Coaches Offense Defense Media Attention Community Service Bedlam L. Dale Mitchell Park OU Facilities Strength/Sports Medicine The University Academics Athletic Excellence Tradition and Spirit Norman and Oklahoma City

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SEASON OUTLOOK 2011 Preview Media Information Broadcast Information Non-Conference Opponents Big 12 Opponents Big 12 Championship

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OKLAHOMA STAFF Head Coach Sunny Golloway Golloway Q&A Assistant Coach Tim Tadlock Assistant Coach Mike Bell Ryan Gaines and Russell Raley Sooners Online Support Staff University President David Boren VP/Director of Athletics Joe Castiglione

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THE PROGRAM A summary of the tradition established by OU baseball including two National Championships, 10 College World Series appearances, Sooners in Major League Baseball, the staff, facilities, the Bedlam Series, media attention, community service, the campus and academics.







SEASON OUTLOOK

OKLAHOMA STAFF

A preview of the 2011 season. Oklahoma returns all but one position player and one starting pitcher from a team that advanced to the 2010 College World Series. View a breakdown of the Sooners by position and a closer look at each of the returning starters.

A closer look at the people who run the Sooner baseball program. Sunny Golloway is entering his sixth full season as the head coach after taking over at the end of the 2005 season. He is joined by assistant coaches Tim Tadlock, Mike Bell and Russell Raley.

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RETURNER PROFILES Chris Ellison 78 Cale Ellis 79 Casey Johnson 80 Caleb Bushyhead 81 Erik Ross 82 Max White 83 Jack MayďŹ eld 84 Ricky Eisenberg 85 Cody Reine 86 Tyson Seng 87 Bobby Shore 88 Ryan Duke 89 Jordan John 90 Tyler Brady 91 Cameron Seitzer 92 Ryan Gibson 93 Tyler Ogle 94 Garrett Buechele 95 Elliott Blair 96 Michael Rocha 97 Drew Harrison 98 Anthony Collazo 99  Player bios listed in order by jersey number 

NEWCOMER PROFILES Casey Coyle, Evan Mistich Drew Dahlberg, Dillon Overton Cayle Shambaugh, Scott Myers Kindle Ladd, Drew Krittenbrink, Steve Bruce Tanner Toal, Burch Smith Jake Smith, Cale Coshow

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2010 REVIEW Season Highlights 2010 Results/Big 12 Recap Overall Team Statistics Big 12 Team Statistics Game-by-Game Statistics

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HISTORY Baseball Timeline Year-by-Year Statistics and Results All-Time Coaches Game-by-Game Results Postseason History Team Records Individual Records All-Americans Award Winners Letterwinners Series Records Major League Alumni



PLAYER PROFILES Each of the 20 returning letterwinners from the 2010 squad, along with the 13 newcomers are highlighted with complete bios, including the team’s four captains (Elliott Blair, Garrett Buechele, Tyler Ogle and Michael Rocha).



 2010 REVIEW

The Sooners hosted the fourth NCAA Regional in the last seven years and won 50 games en route to the program’s 10th College World Series appearance. The historic trek to Omaha was made possible after OU knocked off thenNo. 1 Virginia in the Charlottesville Super Regional.

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 HISTORY

Review the complete history that has helped OU establish itself as one of the premier collegiate baseball programs in the nation. OU is one of 13 schools to win multiple national titles and it also ranks in the top 15 among College World Series appearances and victories.

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The number of victories for the University of Oklahoma baseball team, including 20 40-plus win seasons since 1973, entering the 2011 season.

The OU baseball program’s first year of competition.

The number of career wins by current head coach Sunny Golloway.

OU made the program’s 10th College World Series appearance in 2010. OU has made four of those trips to Omaha with Sunny Golloway on the staff (1992, 1994 and 1995).

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The Sooners return seven position starters from the 2010 CWS team, including All-Americans Garrett Buechele and Max White.

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The Sooners have won two National Championships in baseball. The first was in 1951 under Jack Baer and the second under Larry Cochell in 1994.

Bobby Shore won 10 games in his first season at Oklahoma and will solidfy a weekend rotation that also returns Michael Rocha. a.

KENNY MOSSMAN Senior Associate A.D. | Football

MIKE HOUCK Associate Director | Men’s Basketball

JARED THOMPSON Associate Director | Women’s Basketball

CRAIG MORAN Assistant Director | Baseball, Soccer

DAVID BASSITY Assistant Director | Cross Country, Track & Field

THE UNIVERSITY UN Location: Norman, Okla. Locatio Founded: 1890 Founde 30,092 EEnrollment: ll Nickname: Sooners Colors: Crimson and Cream Conference: Big 12 President: David Boren VP/Director of Athletics: Joe Castiglione OU HISTORY First Year of Baseball: 1898 All-Time Record (seasons): 2,287-1,299-11 (111) All-Time Big 12 Record (seasons): 207-179-2 (14) Big 12 Tournament Titles: One (1997) NCAA Postseason Appearances (last): 33 (2010) College World Series Appearances (last): 10 (2010) College World Series Titles: Two (1951 & 1994) STAFF INFORMATION Head Coach: Sunny Golloway Alma Mater: Oklahoma Christian College (1984) Career Record (years): 555-272 (13) OU Record (years): 220-116-1 (6) Assistant Coach: Tim Tadlock - Hitting Coach Assistant Coach: Mike Bell - Pitching Coach Volunteer Assistant: Russell Raley Coordinator of Baseball Operations: Ryan Gaines Office Phone: 405-325-8354

CASSIE GAGE Assistant Director | Softball, Volleyball



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STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium: L. Dale Mitchell Park Capacity: 2,700 Surface: Grass Year Opened: 1982 Dimensions: LF - 335, CF - 411, RF - 335 Pressbox Phone: 405-325-8363 2010 TEAM INFORMATION Overall Record: 50-18 Home/Away: 25-6/16-7 (neutral 9-5) Conference Record (Finish): 15-10 (Second) Conference Tournament Record: 2-1 NCAA Postseason: College World Series (6-3) 2011 OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 21/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost: 7/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 6/8 Newcomers: 14 All-Americans Returning: 3 ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Baseball Contact: Craig Moran Office: (405) 325-8231 Fax: (405) 325-7623 Cell: (405) 249-8264 E-mail: cmoran@ou.edu Mailing and overnight shipping address: 180 West Brooks St., Suite 2525; Norman, OK 73019 Web site: www.SoonerSports.com

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RETURNING POSITION STARTERS Name Class Garrett Buechele Jr. Caleb Bushyhead Jr. Chris Ellison Jr. Cody Reine Jr. Tyler Ogle Jr. Cameron Seitzer Jr. Max White So.

Pos. 3B 2B OF OF C 1B OF

RETURNING PITCHERS Name Ryan Duke Michael Rocha Bobby Shore Ryan Gibson Jack Mayfield Anthony Collazo

APP-GS 25-0 20-7 17-17 12-10 17-3 24-1

NEWCOMERS Name Steven Bruce Cale Coshow Casey Coyle Drew Dahlberg Drew Krittenbrink Kindle Ladd Evan Mistich Scott Myers Dillon Overton Cayle Shambaugh Jake Smith Burch Smith Tanner Toal

Class Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

Class Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Sr.

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

GP-GS 65-65 68-67 61-56 51-38 58-46 66-63 62-52

Key Stats .359, 16 2B, 17 HR, 65 RBI .327, 16 2B, 6 HR, 40 RBI .326, 4 HR, 32 RBI, 24 SB .340, 7 2B, 10 HR, 42 RBI .331, 11 2B, 11 HR, 46 RBI .305, 15 2B, 16 HR, 53 RBI .293, 13 2B, 15 HR, 43 RBI

Key Stats 3-2, 12 saves, 3.75 ERA, 36.0 IP, 39 Ks 8-2, 3.53 ERA, 74.0 IP, 55 Ks 10-5, 4.12 ERA, 94.0 IP, 77 Ks 5-2, 3.76 ERA, 40.2 IP, 40 Ks 5-0, 2.47 ERA, 43.2 IP, 29 Ks 1-0, 3.92 ERA, 20.2 IP, 27 Ks

Hometown (Last School) Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound H.S.) Edmond, Okla. (Deer Creek H.S.) Oklahoma City (Putnam City North H.S.) Edmond, Okla. (Edmond Memorial H.S.) Okarche, Okla. (Okarche H.S.) McKinney, Texas (McKinney North H.S.) Houma, La. (Panola J.C.) Oceanside, Calif. (Palomar J.C.) Weatherford, Okla. (Weatherford H.S.) Jay, Okla. (Jay H.S.) McKinney, Texas (McKinney H.S.) Tyler, Texas (Howard J.C.) Southlake, Texas (Howard J.C.)

ROSTER BREAKDOWN By Class: Senior 9 Junior 11 Sophomore 4 Freshman 11 By State: Texas Oklahoma California Kansas Louisiana New Jersey

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A .300 career hitter, All-American Garrett Buechele looks to lead OU’s offensive charge again. He was second in the Big 12 with 17 HR in 2010.



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Name Chris Ellison Cale Ellis Casey Johnson Casey Coyle Caleb Bushyhead Eric Ross Max White Jack Mayfield Evan Mistich Ricky Eisenberg Cody Reine Drew Dahlberg Dillon Overton Tyson Seng Bobby Shore Ryan Duke Jordan John Cayle Shambaugh Scott Myers Kindle Ladd Steven Bruce Tyler Brady Tanner Toal Burch Smith Cameron Seitzer Ryan Gibson Tyler Ogle Jake Smith Garrett Buechele Elliott Blair Drew Krittenbrink Cale Coshow Michael Rocha Drew Harrison Anthony Collazo

Pos. OF INF OF C/INF INF OF INF/P INF/P INF OF OF INF LHP RHP/INF RHP RHP LHP OF/LHP RHP RHP RHP OF C RHP INF LHP C C INF OF RHP RHP RHP INF LHP

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

COACHING STAFF 29 Head Coach 50 Assistant Coach 22 Assistant Coach 51 Volunteer Assistant 18 Student Assistant 25 Student Assistant 28 Student Assistant

Sunny Golloway Tim Tadlock (Hitting Coach) Mike Bell (Pitching Coach) Russell Raley Kaleb Herren Bryan Groth Ross Hubbard

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Garrett BUECHELE Sunny GOLLOWAY Michael ROCHA Anthony COLLAZO Cody REINE Ricky EISENBERG Evan MISTICH Drew DAHLBERG Cayle SHAMBAUGH Drew KRITTENBRINK Cale COSHOW

BOO-shell GAHL-a-way ROW-cha CUH-lahz-oh REN EYES-in-berg Miss-titch DOLL-berg SHAM-baw CRIT-in-brink co-SHOW

Wt. 189 160 190 180 175 160 203 182 195 192 225 170 160 175 177 175 200 195 155 170 204 165 200 192 225 230 193 225 205 181 184 270 209 255 203

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

Yr. Hometown (Previous school JR Norman, Okla. (Norman North High School) SR Tonkawa, Okla. (Seminole State) SR Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite H.S) FR Oklahoma City (Putnam City North High School) JR Mannford, Okla. (Mannford High School) JR McKinney, Texas (Grayson County College) SO Durant, Okla. (Durant High School) SO Del Rio, Texas (Del Rio High School) JR Houma, La. (Panola Junior College) SR Seal Beach, Calif. (Cypress College) JR Walker, La. (Grayson County College) FR Edmond, Okla. (Edmond Memorial High School) FR Weatherford, Okla. (Weatherford High School) SR Enid, Okla. (Enid High School) SR Oceanside, Calif. (Palomar Junior College) SR Corpus Christi, Texas (Calallen H.S.) RS-FR Corpus Christi, Texas (Calallen High School) FR Jay, Okla. (Jay High School) JR Oceanside, Calif. (Palomar Junior College) FR McKinney, Texas (McKinney North High School) FR Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound High School) SR Newport Beach, Calif. (Cypress College) JR Southlake, Texas (Howard College) JR Tyler, Texas (Howard College) JR Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West High School) SO Yukon, Okla. (Yukon High School) JR San Antonio, Texas (Canyon High School) FR McKinney, Texas (McKinney High School) RS-JR Arlington, Texas (Lamar H.S.) RS-SR Argyle, Texas (Liberty Christian School) FR Okarche, Okla. (Okarche High School) FR Edmond, Okla. (Deer Creek High School) SR Buda, Texas (Hays H.S.) SO Waxahachie, Texas (Waxahachie High School) SR Paterson, N.J. (Howard College)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 39 Blair, Elliott*** 13 Brady, Tyler 27 Bruce, Steven 38 Buechele, Garrett** 5 Bushyhead, Caleb** 46 Collazo, Anthony* 43 Coshow, Cale 4 Coyle, Casey 12 Dahlberg, Drew 17 Duke, Ryan*** 10 Eisenberg, Ricky* 2 Ellis, Cale* 1 Ellison, Chris** 34 Gibson, Ryan* 45 Harrison, Drew* 15 John, Jordan 3 Johnson, Casey*** 42 Krittenbrink, Drew

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Ladd, Kindle Mayfield, Jack* Mistich, Evan Myers, Scott Ogle, Tyler** Overton, Dillon Reine, Cody* Rocha, Micheal*** Ross, Erik* Seitzer, Cameron** Seng, Tyson** Shambaugh, Cayle Shore, Bobby* Smith, Burch Smith, Jake Toal, Tanner White, Max*

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DATE Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 March 1 March 3 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 15 March 16 March 18 March 19 March 20 March 25 March 26 March 27 March 29 April 1 April 2 April 3 April 5 April 8 April 9 April 10 April 12 April 15 April 16 April 17 April 19 April 22 April 23 April 24 April 26 April 29 April 30 May 1 May 4 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 25-29 June 3-6 June 10-13 June 18-29

OPPONENT William and Mary William and Mary - DH William and Mary Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas-Pine Bluff Oakland Oakland Oakland UT-Arlington San Diego State % San Diego % California % San Diego State % Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock Arizona State Arizona State *Texas A&M *Texas A&M *Texas A&M *Missouri *Missouri *Missouri Arkansas *Texas Tech *Texas Tech *Texas Tech Oklahoma State *Kansas State *Kansas State *Kansas State TCU *Oklahoma State $ *Oklahoma State @ *Oklahoma State @ Dallas Baptist *Nebraska *Nebraska *Nebraska TCU *Texas *Texas *Texas Arkansas-Little Rock *Kansas *Kansas *Kansas New Mexico New Mexico - DH New Mexico *Baylor *Baylor *Baylor Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship @ NCAA Regional NCAA Super Regional College World Series

LOCATION Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Arlington, Texas San Diego Tournament San Diego Tournament San Diego Tournament San Diego Tournament Norman Norman Norman Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Norman Norman Norman Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Fayetteville, Ark. Norman Norman Norman Norman Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Norman Norman Norman Norman Fort Worth, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Little Rock, Ark. Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Campus Sites Campus Sites Omaha, Neb.

TIME 3 p.m. noon / 3 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. noon 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m./6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA

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Since the University of Oklahoma started its baseball program in 1898, the Sooners have recorded 85 seasons with a winning record, including 33 NCAA Tournament appearances, 11 regional/district titles, 10 College World Series appearances and two National Championships. OU is one of 13 programs across the country to win multiple national titles and the only school, in addition to Texas, to do so in the Big 12 Conference. From the first conference championship in 1925 under head coach Bill Owen to the Sooners’ last regional title in 2010 under current head coach Sunny Golloway, winning is a regular occurrence in Norman.

 JACK BAER Architect of OU’s first National Title in 1951, the same year he was named the National Coach of the Year.

The Sooners’ last National Championship came in 1994, when they defeated Georgia Tech, 13-5, en route to a 50-17 overall record.

1951

Oklahoma captured its ďŹ rst NCAA title in 1951, led by hurler Jack Shirley. OU won a then-program record 19 games in 1951.

62

The number of victories recorded by the 1976 Sooners under head coach Enos Semore, a program best.

50

The Sooners won 50 games in 2010 for the ďŹ fth time in program history. OU also posted 50-plus victories in 1985, 1976 and 1975.

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Oklahoma has appeared in 33 NCAA Tournaments, a mark that ranks third in the Big 12 Conference.

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The OU baseball program has captured 26 conference championships in the regular and postseason, the third best total in the Big 12.

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  LARRY COCHELL Named the 1994 National Coach of the Year after leading the Sooners to the program’s second National Championship.

 

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Since the number of games in a season was increased in the early 1970s, the Sooners have won 40 or more games in 20 different years.

Only two other schools in the Big 12 Conference have made more trips (10) to Omaha than the Sooners.

 ENOS SEMORE

Enos Semore won .697 percent of his games coached at Oklahoma, a mark that ranks 40th all-time in NCAA history.

851

The number of wins recorded by former OU head coach Enos Semore (1968-1989). The total is the highest in school history and was

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Semore’s clubs won nine conference championships, including two Big Eight postseason titles (1977 and 1979).

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Oklahoma appeared in ďŹ ve consecutive College World Series from 1972-1976.

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 1994 Championship Hardware

Perhaps Oklahoma’s most successful alums, L. Dale Mitchell played 11 MLB seasons and his .507 batting avg in 1946 is a school record. OU’s stadium is named in his honor.

FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICKS

ALL-AMERICANS

17 players have been drafted in the first round, with Garrett Richards (below) the latest in 2009. Other notables include: Jackson Williams, David Purcey, Mark Redman, Bobby Witt and John Russell.

J.T. Wise (below) was a consensus AllAmerican in 2009 and one of 59 Sooners to earn the accolade since 1950. Current Sooners Garrett Buechele and Max White collected All-America honors in 2010.

ALL-CONFERENCE Seven Sooners have been named a first team all-conference honoree on three occasions in OU history and Casey Bookout (below) was the last to accomplish the feat (1997-99).

ACADEMICS OU has four Academic All-Americans in the last five seasons, including Aaron Ivey (below), who was the first Sooner to be named baseball’s Academic Al-American of the Year in 2007.

Oklahoma won 50 games en route to its 10th appearance in the College World Series in 2010 .



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OKLAHOMA POWERS TO SERIES TITLE For Immediate Release: June, 11, 1994 OMAHA, Neb. -- “Twenty-five guys pulling on the same rope.” The 1994 Oklahoma baseball team’s season-long motto that inspired them to a 42-17 regular-season record continued to spark OU during postseason play where the Sooners produced thier second baseball national title in school history with a 13-5 rout of Georgia Tech. The national title capped off an incredible NCAA Tournament run by the Sooners who went undefeated in both the regional tournament in Austin, Texas, and the eight-team double elimination World Series. At the time, OU became only the fifth team since the CWS moved to Omaha in 1950 to accomplish such a feat. To further demonstrate the Sooners’ dominance during the postseason, Oklahoma trailed in just one of the 72 innings in the NCAA Tournament. OU finished the series as the top hitting (.327) and pitching (2.37 ERA) team, while ranking second in defense (committing only five errors). “We got hot at the right time,” said Oklahoma Head Coach Larry Cochell following the championship game.“The momentum that we got in Austin carried over, and the two one-run victories here (against Auburn and Arizona State) gave us the confidence to keep it going.” Leading the way for the Sooners was senior centerfielder Chip Glass, who was named the Most Outstanding Player of the series. Glass, who hit only three home runs during the regular season, nailed three round-trippers during the series, including one in the championship game. Over the four-game tournament, the Ukiah, Calif., native batted .389 with four RBI and three stolen bases. With the game tied at two after three innings, Oklahoma jumped ahead and claimed a commanding lead that it would not relinquish. Aided by four hits and three Yellow Jacket errors, the Sooners scored five runs in the fourth inning to break open a 7-2 lead. Two frames later, a two-run double by Tech’s designated hitter Michael Sorrow (in the top of the sixth) brought the Jackets back to within three runs before a threerun homer by sophomore designated hitter Damon Minor capped off a four-run bottom of the sixth to put the game away for good.

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The Sooners ran the table during the 1994 NCAA Tournament with a perfect 8-0 mark, including a 4-0 record in the CWS.

Junior leftfielder Aric Thomas and senior rightfielder Darvin Traylor led all Oklahoma hitters with three hits and runs apiece, while both drove in one run each.

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OU displayed its dominance in the eight games of the tournament by only trailing in one of the 72 innings played.

Junior righthander Tim Walton, who pitched five scoreless innings in relief a week before against Arizona State in the OU’s second game of the series, picked up the win after throwing 2.1 strong innings in relief of senior starter Kevin Lovingier.

13

Oklahoma topped Georgia Tech, 13-5, off 16 hits in the championship game, setting a then CWS record. It marked the fourth time the Sooners scored 10 or more runs in the NCAA tourney that year.

2.37

The OU pitching staff finished the 1994 CWS with the lowest ERA, 2.37, among all the participants.

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The sluggers also led all CWS teams in 1994 with a .327 batting average. OU averaged seven runs per game in the series.

Oklahoma’s ace closer, junior righthander Bucky Buckles, came on for the final 3.2 innings of work to close out the game and record his school and Big Eight record 14th save of the season. Buckles’ performance earned him a spot on the all-tournament team along with five other Sooners: Glass, senior second baseman Rick Gutierrez, sophomore first baseman Ryan Minor, Traylor and junior pitcher Mark Redman. As a team, OU set a championship game record with its 13 runs and tied the record with 16 hits. “We didn’t have any superstars. This was a team in the truest sense of the word. We all pulled together and did what it took to win.” Chip Glass, 1994 CWS Most Outstanding Player 

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DEFENSE The Sooners’ defense, led up the middle by Rick Gutierrez (left) and Rich Hills, finished the College World Series ranked second with five errors.

ACE IN THE PEN Bucky Buckles completed what was then a school-record 14th save for the season after tossing the final 3 2/3 innings in the championship game.

POWER LINEUP The middle of the Sooners’ lineup (3-5) drove in seven runs in the title game, led by Damon Minor’s three-run homer in the 6th inning.

ELITE COACH Larry Cochell became the second coach in NCAA history to take three programs to the CWS, totaling six appearances (Oral Roberts -1978, Cal State Fullerton - 1988 and 1990, and Oklahoma - 1992, 1994 and 1995).

1994 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP GAME OKLAHOMA 13, Georgia Tech 5 Sunday, June 11 * Omaha, Neb. Oklahoma (50-17) Name (Pos.) AB Thomas, lf 5 Hansen, lf 0 Traylor, rf 4 Gutierrez, 2b 4 D. Minor, dh 4 Bradshaw, ph 0 Hills, ss 4 Glass, cf 5 Mariani, 3b 3 R. Minor, 1b 4 Soto, ph/1b 1 Flores, c 5 Lovingier, p 0 Buckles, p 0 Totals 39 Georgia Tech (50-17) Name (Pos.) AB Garciaparra, ss 5 McIntyre, 2b 5 Payton, cf 5 Varitek, c 3 Hensley, 3b/1b 4 Byers, 1b 1 T. Barr, ph 0 Lincoln, pr 0 Easterling, lf 0 Sorrow, dh 2 M. Barr, ph 1 Smith, lf/rf 4 Saier, rf 3 Ritter, ph/3b 1 Gogolin, p 0 Totals 34

R 3 0 3 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 13

R 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

H 3 0 3 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 16

H 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 10

RBI 1 0 1 3 3 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 13

RBI 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 5

BB 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5

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

SO 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4

SO 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 5

Score By Innings: Georgia Tech 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 Oklahoma 2 0 0 5 0 4 2 0 x

PO 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 5 1 9 3 2 0 1 27

PO 3 3 0 4 1 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 24

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E - Hensley 2 (16), Saier (5), Varitek (9); DP - Georgia Tech 3, Oklahoma 1. LOB - Georgia Tech 8, Oklahoma 8; 2B - Payton (27), Sorrow (9), Hills (28). 3B - Traylor (3); HR - Garciaparra (16), Varitek (17), D. Minor (14), Glass (6); SB - Glass (26). CS - Garciaparra, Mariani. Oklahoma Lovingier Snyder Walton (7-3) Buckles (14)

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SOONERS EARN FIRST TITLE For Immediate Release: June, 17, 1951 OMAHA, Neb. -- They weren’t supposed to be there. They weren’t even supposed to be that good, but the 1951 Oklahoma baseball team proved in the end that it could play with the best teams in the nation by sweeping through an impressive tournament field en route to its first baseball national title. Oklahoma came from behind to defeat the University of Tennessee, 3-2, in the championship game to become the first team in College World Series history to claim the title after winning the double-elimination tournament in straight games without defeat. The title also gave the University of Oklahoma the distinction of becoming the first school to win three national titles in one school year after the football and wrestling teams both captured national championships. It was a fine pitching performance by one of those good pitchers that lifted OU to victory in the championship game. Sooners’ starting pitcher Jack Shirley limited the Volunteers to two runs on three hits. He faced only five batters over the minimum and retired the side in order in seven of the nine innings. After surrendering a single and a double in the first inning, the righthander from Altus, Okla., quieted the Tennessee bats until the fifth inning when he gave up a RBI-single that drove in the Volunteers’ second run of the inning. The win was Shirley’s second of the tournament after leading the Sooners to victory in their first game against Ohio State, and his eighth in nine starts that year. Offensively, Oklahoma pounded out 11 hits off of two Tennessee pitchers. Most of the Sooners’ offensive production came from catcher John Reddell (3-for-5), leftfielder Phil McKee (2-for-4) and first baseman Gene Sheets (2-for-5). However, it was centerfielder Charley Pugsley who delivered the key hit for the Sooners that day. With the game tied at two and two outs in the top of the eighth, Pugsley hammered his only hit of the evening into centerfield to score third baseman Ray Morgosh with the winning run. OU scored its first run of the game in the sixth inning when UT’s starting pitcher walked in Reddell with the bases loaded. Reddell figured into the Sooners’ next scoring play when he singled home McKee from third to tie the game at two in the top of the seventh. After struggling with a 9-8 win in 10 innings over Ohio State in the opener, and a 7-1 win over Springfield (Mass.) College in the second game of the tournament, OU took its spot in the championship game by defeating Southern California, 4-1. Another pitching star for Oklahoma, Floyd Murphy, led the Sooners to victory over the Trojans as Murphy scattered eight hits, while the Sooner defense aided the effort by turning four double plays in the game. After beginning the season with six straight losses, OU finished the regular season 12-9 and captured the Big Seven Conference crown after compiling a 10-1 mark in league play. The Sooners’ shaky start melted away into a hot streak which saw OU win its last 13 games en route to the title. The 13-game streak ranks in the top 10 all-time as the longest win streak to end a season by a CWS champion. “We just weren’t a great team, but everybody worked hard. We had a couple of good hitters and two good pitchers, three really.”  Jack Baer, head coach of 1951 Sooners 

Gene Sheets tags out a Tennessee base runner during the 1951 CWS Championship game.

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The Sooners were undefeated during the 1951 NCAA Tournament with a perfect 7-0 mark, including a 4-0 record in the CWS.

Oklahoma’s win total during the 1951 season, a school record for the first 72 years of OU baseball until 1969 (23).

The Sooners won their last 13 games en route to the 1951 title. That mark ranks in the top 10 all-time as the longest win streak to end a season by a College World Series champion.

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The Sooners won the title game with three runs off 11 hits, opposite Tennessee’s two runs scored off three hits.

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The University of Oklahoma won three national championships in 1951. With titles also claimed by the wrestling and football teams,

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1951 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP GAME OKLAHOMA 3, TENNESSEE 2 Sunday, June 17 * Omaha, Neb.

GENE SHEETS

JOHN REDDELL

After winning the 1951 National Championship as a sophomore, Sheets became OU’s first two-time All-American, earning the honors in 1952 and 1953. Sheets was also OU’s first, first team All-American in 1953.

A three-year letterwinner in both baseball and football at OU, Reddell scored the Sooners’ first run in the national championship game and later drove in the game-tying run in the seventh inning against the Volunteers.

JACK SHIRLEY

JACK BAER

The Sooners’ ace during the championship run. His win in the title game was his eighth of the season in nine starts. Prior to limiting Tennessee to two runs off three hits, Shirley also helped OU defeat Ohio State in the CWS opener.

The Sooners’ coach led Oklahoma to its first national championship in baseball and 281 wins overall during his 26 years. The Sooners won six conference championships and advanced to five NCAA Tournaments under Baer.

Oklahoma Name (Pos.) Wich, ss Morgosh, 3b Sheets, 1b Pugsley, cf Antonio, rf McKee, lf Reddell, c Harrah, 2b Shirley, p Totals

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Tennessee Name (Pos.) AB Asbury, lf 3 Bell, ss 4 Hopkins, 3b 4 Hatfield, 1b/p 4 Richichar, cf 4 Anderson, c 2 Payne, rf 1 Huffstetler, p 0 Powell, -b 2 Totals 27

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Any Division I baseball program’s success is measured in Omaha, Neb., the home of the College World Series. The Sooners have produced that success with two National Championships and 10 CWS appearances. Oklahoma’s two national titles ranks second in the Big 12 and only two other members of the conference have more appearances. The Sooners also rank in the top 20 in CWS wins (15) and games played (31). Oklahoma’s crowning moments came during the 1951 and 1994 seasons when they ran the table with 7-0 and 8-0 marks, respectively.

1951

Head Coach: Jack Baer | CWS Record: 4-0 | Overall: 19-9 Team Stats - Batting Average: g .232 | Earned Run Average: g 3.94

1972

Head Coach: Enos Semore | CWS Record: 1-2 | Overall: 35-17 Team Stats - Batting Average: .268 | Earned Run Average: 2.86

1973

Head Coach: Enos Semore | CWS Record: 1-2 | Overall: 48-12 Team Stats - Batting Average: .320 | Earned Run Average: 1.92

1974

Head Coach: Enos Semore | CWS Record: 1-2 | Overall: 43-8 Team Stats - Batting Average: .330 | Earned Run Average: 2.32

1975

Head Coach: Enos Semore | CWS Record: 2-2 | Overall: 52-10 Team Stats - Batting Average: .300 | Earned Run Average: 2.08

1976



Head Coach: Enos Semore | CWS Record: 0-2 | Overall: 62-19 Team Stats - Batting Average: .318 | Earned Run Average: 2.78

 1951 - PROGRAM FIRST In the second College World Series contested in Omaha, Neb., the 1951 Sooners collect their first National Championship in baseball.  1972 - THE STREAK BEGINS In 1972, OU returns to the CWS and begins a streak of five straight appearances in Omaha. The streak is the fourth longest in NCAA history.

 1974 - ANOTHER CONFERENCE CROWN & CWS APPEARANCE Oklahoma went about business as usual in 1974 with another Big Eight Conference title and spot in the College World Series.

 1976 - PROGRAM RECORD 62 WINS The Sooners produced a program-record 62 wins in 1976. Only three CWS participants have entered the tournament with more wins.

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 SUNNY GOLLOWAY The Sooners’ current skipper has been a member of the coaching staff in each of Oklahoma’s last four CWS appearances., including his first as a head coach in 2010.

1992

Head Coach: Larry Cochell | CWS Record: 1-2 | Overall: 43-24 Team Stats - Batting Average: .307 | Earned Run Average: 4.99

1994

Head Coach: Larry Cochell | CWS Record: 4-0 | Overall: 50-17 Team Stats - Batting Average: .319 | Earned Run Average: 4.08

1995

Head Coach: Larry Cochell | CWS Record: 0-2 | Overall: 42-16 Team Stats - Batting Average: .312 | Earned Run Average: 4.01

2010

Head Coach: Sunny Golloway | CWS Record: 1-2 | Overall: 50-18 Team Stats - Batting Average: .196 | Earned Run Average: 3.14

“Tradition at the University of Oklahoma is second to none. I have been fortunate enough to be a part of the 1994 National Championship, four CWS appearances and five regional titles and we look forward to adding on to the storied history.”



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Oklahoma has made 33 trips to the NCAA Tournament after last season’s trek that ended in Omaha, Neb. The Sooners rank third in the Big 12 in NCAA appearances and no conference foe has played in more regional finals in the last six years than the Sooners (5). Below is a closer look of some of OU’s numbers in the postseason.

1947

The Sooners’ first recorded NCAA Tournament appearance was in in 1947. They defeated Oklahoma A&M, 6-2, in the opener.

35

Sunny Golloway is 35-19 as a coach in eight of the Sooners’ last 13 appearances and has been on the staff for OU’s last five regional championships (2010, 2006, 1995, 1994 and 1992).

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OU’s total number of NCAA appearances, third in the Big 12 behind Texas and Oklahoma State. Twice, the Sooners have made six straight trips to the tourney (1972-1977 and 1984-1989).

21

The Sooners scored 21 runs against Eastern Kentucky to open the 1986 tournament, a program best for an NCAA Tournament game. OU has scored 10-plus runs on 15 occasions in NCAA postseason play.

16

The Sooners have recorded a winning record in 16 of their 33 NCAA tournament appearances. OU is 76-65 in 141 games played.

8

The Sooners have enjoyed home field advantage on eight occasions. OU has hosted NCAA Regionals in 2010, 2009, 2006, 2004, 2000, 1977, 1975 and 1974.

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When Golloway’s Sooners made the program’s first appearance in a Super Regional in 2006 at then-No. 1 Rice, he became just the second coach in NCAA history to guide a team that far in his first full year.

OU has played in five NCAA Regional finals in the last six years, including 2006 (above) and 2010 (below) when it advanced to a Super Regional.

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The Sooners’ national success begins with winning championships in one of the toughest conferences year in and year out. Oklahoma has won 25 conference championships, which includes three postseason titles in 1977, 1979 and 1997. OU’s 25 conference championships rank third among active Big 12 schools. Below is a closer look at the breakdown: Texas .................... 91 Oklahoma State ... 29 OKLAHOMA .......... 25 Texas A&M ........... 22 Missouri ............... 15

Nebraska........ 10 Baylor .............. 6 Kansas ............. 4 Texas Tech ........ 4 Kansas State .... 2

1997

Oklahoma won the first Big 12 Tournament Championship in 1997 with four straight wins to close out the tourney. OU defeated Texas Tech, 19-17, to win the inaugural championship.

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The Sooners have 42 All-Big 12 honorees over the last six years since Sunny Golloway returned to Norman.

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The Sooners’ 25 conference championships rank third all-time among active Big 12 schools. The Sooners have also finished second in the regular season standings on 21 occasions, most recently 2009.

21

The Sooners hold the record for most runs scored in a Big 12 Tournament game. OU defeated Oklahoma State, 21-6, in 2006 and held the previous high with 19 against Texas Tech in the 1997 title game.

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OU won its second Big Eight Tournament Championship in 1979 after defeating Missouri and Nebraska twice. Nick Capra was named the MVP.

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 CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY The Sooners won the first Big 12 Tournament in 1997.



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2009 - J.T. WISE  Wise (right) enjoyed one of the best individual seasons in Sooner history in 2009 after collecting the program’s ďŹ rst Johnny Bench Award (nation’s top catcher) and Big 12 Player of the Year accolade. Wise led Oklahoma in hitting (.359), home runs (17) and RBIs (62) in 2009 and was named a consensus All-American.

2009 - GARRETT BUECHELE The third baseman broke out on the scene in 2009 and became Oklahoma’s ďŹ rst Big 12 Freshman of the Year after playing in every game and hitting .353 with 40 RBIs and a .951 ďŹ elding percentage. Buechele was named a freshman All-American that same year and followed it up in 2010 with a .359 average, 17 HR and 65 RBI en route to being name an All-American as a sophoomore. 

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2004 - OLE SHELDON  Sheldon was named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year in 2004. The Sooners’ first baseman hit .367 with 54 RBIs during the 2004 62-game campaign. In Big 12 play, Sheldon drove in half of his overall RBI total and hit .390 with a .996 fielding percentage.

2001 - GREG DOBBS  Dobbs was named the 2001 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year after hitting .428 throughout the season with 10 homers and 62 RBIs. In conference play, Dobbs hit .423 with 27 RBIs and later was named a second team All-American by three different publications.

1994 - RICK GUTIERREZ  Gutierrez was one of several key players who helped OU claim its second national title in 1994. The second baseman was named the 1994 Big Eight Player of the Year after hitting .352 with 10 home runs and 68 RBIs. Gutierrez was also named a first team All-American after the season.

1994 - MARK REDMAN  Prior to helping lead the Sooners to the 1994 National Championship, Redman was named the Big Eight Newcomer of the Year. Redman led the Sooners in 1994 with 14 wins and 136 strikeouts in 135 innings pitched. He later broke his single-season strikeout record in 1995 with a 158 Ks, still a program best.

1989 - DARRON COX Cox was named the 1989 Big Eight Player of the Year after a solid senior season. The Sooners’ catcher hit .362 with 56 RBIs in 58 games played in 1989. Cox also had 17 doubles and 19 stolen bases en route to earning all-district honors that season.



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During Sunny Golloway’s 16 years as a coach, he has helped produce 81 drafted players, including 66 while serving as an assistant or head coach at Oklahoma.

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The OU baseball program has a long standing reputation of producing top talent for the professional level and, with 41 players selected in the last seven years, the tradition continues. Nine Sooners were selected in the 2009 MLB Draft, including Garrett Richards (above), who was taken in the first round by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Richards is the second first round selection in the last four years at OU (Jackson Williams - 2007) and the 17th in program history.

2010

Oklahoma had five players selected in the last MLB Draft. At least five players have been taken in four of Sunny Golloway’s five full seasons at the helm.

2009

Nine Sooners were drafted in 2009 for the second time in the same season under Sunny Golloway, marking the second best total in OU history (10 in 1998). The nine selections led the Big 12 in 2009.

41

Number of draftees since Sunny Golloway’s return to Oklahoma in 2004. In the six previous seasons, 35 Sooners were selected in the draft.

30

Since 2005, 30 players have improved their draft status after playing at Oklahoma.

15

The number of players selected in the last six years that were undrafted when they arrived on campus. Five of the players turned into top 10 round picks, including two first rounders in Jackson Williams and Garrett Richards.

9

Nine former Sooners were on Major League rosters in 2010, including Daniel McCutchen (Pittsburgh), the latest Sooner to make his MLB debut.

Player Danny Black Zach Neal Garrett Buechele Jeremy Erben Jason Chowning Garrett Richards Andrew Doyle J.T. Wise Jamie Johnson Chase Anderson Bryant Hernandez Aaron Baker Antwonie Hubbard Matt Harughty Mike Gosse Jackson Williams Joe Dunigan Heath Taylor Stephen Porlier Aaron Reza Brad Burns Ryan Rohlinger Daniel McCutchen Russell Raley Kody Kaiser William Savage John Brownell Chuckie Caufield Kevin Smith Ryan Mottern Garrett Patterson Daniel McCutchen Ryan Rohlinger Tyler Gooch David Purcey Jarod McAuliff Mark Roberts Ole Sheldon Casey Brown Mike Swindell Daniel McCutchen Mark Redman Russ Ortiz Ryan Minor Damon Minor Rich Hills Steve Connelly Tim Walton Toby Wilmot Jerry Whittaker Bucky Buckles Kevin Lovingier Ricky Gutierrez Chip Glass Rich Hills Greg Norton Drew Christmon Tim Cossins Ricky Gutierrez Byron Mathews Clifton Foster Jason Evans Brian Eldridge Casey Mendenhall Zak Krislock Tim Cossins

Position 2B RHP 3B RHP RHP RHP RHP C OF RHP SS 1B RHP 2B 2B/DH C OF LHP RHP INF RHP INF RHP INF OF RHP RHP OF INF RHP/OF LHP RHP INF RHP LHP RHP RHP INF RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP INF INF INF RHP RHP RHP OF RHP RHP INF OF INF INF OF C INF OF RHP INF INF RHP RHP C

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Round Team 14th Florida Marlins 17th Florida Marlins 18th Texas Rangers 22nd Arizona Diamondbacks 28th Houston Astros 1st LAA Angels 4th Texas Rangers 5th Los Angeles Dodgers 7th Detroit Tigers 9th Arizona Diamondbacks 9th Los Angeles Dodgers 11th Pittsburgh Pirates 26th Cleveland Indians 26th Chicago White Sox 23rd Detroit Tigers 1st San Francisco Giants 5th Seattle Mariners 10th Cleveland Indians 21st Oakland Athletics 21st Boston Red Sox 26th New York Mets 6th San Francisco Giants 13th New York Yankees 21st New York Yankees 26th Los Angeles Dodgers 26th Philadelphia Phillies 27th Philadelphia Phillies 39th Milwaukee Brewers 39th New York Yankees 49th Cleveland Indians 7th New York Yankees 12th St. Louis Cardinals 21st St. Louis Cardinals 50th Philadelphia Phillies 1st Toronto Blue Jays 7th Oakland Athletics 8th Texas Rangers 14th Houston Astros 27th Houston Astros 29th New York Mets 29th Tampa Bay Rays 1st Minnesota Twins 4th San Francisco Giants 7th New York Mets 19th New York Mets 20th San Diego Padres 24th Oakland Athletics 25th Philadelphia Phillies 45th Minnesota Twins 2nd Chicago White Sox 7th Texas Rangers 25th St. Louis Cardinals 28th Cleveland Indians 37th Cleveland Indians 48th Atlanta Braves 2nd Chicago White Sox 8th Detroit Tigers 16th Texas Rangers 22nd Milwaukee Brewers 3rd Chicago White Sox 6th Oakland Athletics 12th Chicago White Sox 13th Oakland Athletics 17th Detroit Tigers 23rd Houston Astros 45th Pittsburgh Pirates

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2010 MAJOR LEAGUE SOONERS

Mark Redman, a 10-year veteran, became the eighth Sooner to earn a spot in the MLB All-Star Game with his selection in 2006 while with the Kansas City Royals.

During the 2010 MLB season, nine Sooners played significant roles on various teams across the country, including the latest Sooner to make his MLB debut, Daniel McCutchen with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Below is a look at the other Sooners who have earned all-star status in professional baseball: 2006 2003 1994 1990 1988 1965 1961 1960 1952 1949

Mark Redman Russ Ortiz Danny Jackson Jack Armstrong Danny Jackson Eddie Fisher Don Schwall Lyndall McDaniel L. Dale Mitchell L. Dale Mitchell

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Kansas City Royals Atlanta Braves Philadelphia Phillies Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds Chicago White Sox Boston Red Sox St. Louis Cardinals Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians

Current .....Tampa Bay Rays Other.........Minnesota At OU.........2000-2001

GREG DOBBS Current .....Philadelphia Phillies Other.........Seattle At OU .........2001

FIRST ROUNDERS

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Since 1967, 17 Sooners have been selected in the first round of Major League Baseball’s Amateur Draft, including three in the last six years with Garrett Richards’ selection in 2009. Each of the last two first rounders are Oklahoma natives with Richards hailing from Edmond and Williams coming from Broken Arrow.

Current .....Houston Astros Other.........Philadelphia At OU .........1997-1998

Below is a look at each of those players and the teams that selected them:

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Player Garrett Richards Jackson Williams David Purcey Mark Redman Jack Armstrong Bobby Witt Ray Hayward Craig Reid Paul Williams John Russell Billy Irions Bob Shirley Billy Severns Mike Swenton Mike Swenton Mike Swenton Ralph Rickey

Position RHP C LHP LHP RHP RHP LHP SS OF C RHP LHP OF OF OF OF OF

Year Team 2009 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 2007 San Francisco Giants 2004 Toronto Blue Jays 1995 Minnesota Twins 1987 Cincinnati Reds 1985 Texas Rangers 1983 San Diego Padres 1983 San Diego Padres 1983 Houston Astros 1982 Philadelphia Phillies 1981 Philadelphia Phillies 1976 San Diego Padres 1975 Milwaukee Brewers 1971 San Francisco Giants 1971 St. Louis Cardinals 1970 Cleveland Indians 1968 Chicago Cubs

MAJOR LEAGUE AFFILIATION Off the playing field, several former Sooners are still involved with the sport on the Major League level. Below is a look at some of the Sooners working in professional baseball: Name (years at OU) Rickey Bennett (1989-92) George Frazier (1975-76) Mickey Hatcher (1977) Stan Meek (1972-74) Ryan Minor (1993-95) Joe Simpson (1971-73) 

Position Organization Assistant General Manager Houston Astros Television Broadcaster Colorado Rockies Hitting Coach Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Scouting Director Florida Marlins Minor League Assistant Coach Baltimore Orioles Television Broadcaster Atlanta Braves

Current .....Pittsburgh Pirates Other.........Seattle Mariners At OU .........2002

DANIEL MCCUTCHEN Current .....Pittsburgh Pirates Other.........none At OU .........2004-2006

RUSS ORTIZ Current .....Los Angeles Dodgers Other.........SF, HOU, BAL, ...................ATL, ARI At OU .........1993-1995

DAVID PURCEY Current .....Toronto Blue Jays Other.........none At OU .........1993-1995

RYAN ROHLINGER Current .....San Francisco Giants Other.........none At OU .........2004-2006

REGGIE WILLITS Current .....LAA Angels Other.........none At OU .........2002-2003

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During past years, the Home Run Club has helped provide the resources to enable the team’s facilities to be among the best in the nation. They raised money to provide the washers and dryers for the new equipment room, as well the medical equipment for the training room in the new clubhouse at L. Dale Mitchell Park.

For more than 20 years, the Home Run Club has been a helpful source of financial support for the Oklahoma baseball program. Joining the Home Run Club provides a chance for Sooner fans to help make sure that the tradition that is OU baseball will prosper well into the new millennium. The club provides a great social opportunity as well as a chance to be a part of one of the best programs in the country.

One of the club’s main fund-raising events every year is its annual golf tournament held at the Jimmie Austin Golf Course. The tournament, which is attended by both OU coaches and players, allows participants a chance to have a great time while supporting the Sooners. Drawings are held for door prizes as well as prizes for a Hole-in-One, closest to the hole on all par 3s and team prizes for first-, second-, and third-place teams.

The club begins each baseball season with its annual kickoff banquet. Put on by the club, the banquet allows fans and supporters of the program to socialize with other members and staff of the baseball team. The banquet includes speeches from distinguished guest speakers and from Head Coach Sunny Golloway. Golloway previews the upcoming season and introduces each member of the team to the gathering. The event usually takes place in late January or early February, depending on the opening of the season.

The Home Run Club also supports the Sooners with its presence at both home and away games. The club organizes road trips for members to travel to away games together, such as the series against Oklahoma State held in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. At home games, members have the chance to sit together in some of the best seats inside L. Dale Mitchell Stadium. Those interested in joining the Home Run Club can contact the OU baseball office at (405) 325-8354.

DANIEL MCCUTCHEN - 2011 Oklahoma Letterwinner, 2004-2006



The Sooners honored at the Diamond Dinner, including the 2011 honoree Daniel McCutchen (left) are listed below:

GREG NORTON - 2010

JEFF BAJENARU - 2006

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1991-1993

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1999-2000

DARRON COX - 2009

RICH HILLS - 2006

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1987-1989

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1992-1995

BOB STEPHENSON - 2008

KYLE DENNEY - 2005

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1948-1950

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1998-1999

REGGIE WILLITS - 2008

DAMON MINOR - 2005

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 2002-2003

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1993-1996

EDDIE FISHER - 2007

RYAN MINOR - 2005

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1956-1958

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1993-1995

GEOFF GEARY - 2007

RUSSELL ORTIZ - 2004

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1997-1998

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1993-1995

L. DALE MITCHELL, SR. - 2007

MARK REDMAN - 2004

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1942-1946

Oklahoma Letterwinner, 1994-1995

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LETTER FROM COACH GOLLOWAY The baseball program at the University of Oklahoma is poised to return to the nation¹s elite and continue its storied tradition. We invite you to be a part of this collective effort by joining the Home Run Club. Through your membership in the Home Run Club, you will be supporting our student-athletes, both financially and with your presence at the numerous functions held throughout the season. The OU Baseball team looks forward to the opportunity to get to know the individuals who contribute to the team¹s success on and off the field. Your donation gives us a competitive advantage and helps us reach our goals of winning Big 12 and National championships. Together, let’s support our players in their journeys to winning championships.

Boomer Sooner,

Sunny Golloway - Head Coach

DIAMOND DINNER Q&As At each Diamond Dinner, the inductees participate in a question and answer session with the audience. Pictured left, Greg Norton, the 2010 honoree, answers questions from the audience.

HOME RUN CLUB TENT PARTIES Prior to select home games throughout the season, the Home Run Club offers a tailgate for its members. Players and coaches speak at the function, which also serves as an opportunity for fans to learn more about the current team.

TOP NOTCH FACILITIES Donations over the years by the Home Run Club have helped provide the Sooners with the top resources in the country, including a new indoor hitting facility and upgrades to the team’s clubhouse.

2004-present

“This is a great event for fans of OU baseball to not only get to see the current players but also the former players who helped build this program into what it is today,” said OU head coach Golloway. “It’s always an honor to have the former Sooner greats come back to celebrate the great tradition of this program. “I think all the players, past and present, have enjoyed this event over the past six years and its a tradition we look forward to continuing.”

POST GAME AUTOGRAPHS After select home games, the players and coaches are available down the third base line to sign autographs for the fans in attendance.



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Golloway has been on the OU staff for four of the program’s 10 College World Series appearances (1992, 1994, 1995 and 2010).

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Golloway’s .671 winning percentage ranks No. 15 among current coaches in Division I baseball. The head coach is 555-272-1 after leading OU to its fifth 50-win season in 2010.

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In just over five years at the helm, Golloway has won 220 games. At the end of the 2005 season, Golloway took over as the interim head coach and OU won 10 of its last 12 regular season games.

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Golloway won 45 games in his first full year at the Sooners’ helm in 2006. The total was the highest since 1994, the year OU won its second national title and Golloway was an assistant on the staff.

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OU has advanced to nine NCAA tournaments during nine of his 11 seasons as an OU coach (1992, ’94, ’95, 2004, ’05, ’06, ‘08 and ‘09). His teams advanced to seven in eight years at Oral Roberts.

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In a 12-month period, Golloway won three national championships. The summer before and after OU’s 1994 NCAA Championship, Golloway led his Kenai Peninsula Oilers to NBC titles .

HEAD COACH SUNNY GOLLOWAY A native of Oklahoma, Sunny Golloway’s dream of becoming the head coach at the University of Oklahoma became a reality in 2006 when he was named the Sooners’ skipper on July 15. Prior to officially taking over the reins of the program, Golloway served as the interim head coach in 2005, when the Sooners won 10 of their last 12 regular season games and played in the NCAA Regional final against Ole Miss. After helping OU clubs in 1992, 1994 and 1995 reach the College World Series as an assistant coach, Golloway traveled northeast to take over the Oral Roberts program. The Golden Eagles dominated the Mid-Continent Conference under Golloway, winning six conference titles in eight years. ORU became one of the nation’s winningest programs during his tenure, averaging 46 victories per season. In 2004, Golloway returned to Oklahoma to help his former mentor, Larry Cochell, bring the Sooners’ program back to national prominence. That goal has been accomplished in a short time as three top-10 recruiting classes have been signed at OU while the Sooners enjoyed a College World Series appearance, six trips to the NCAA Tournament, including three NCAA Regionals hosted in Norman, five NCAA Regional finals, the program’s only two appearances in a NCAA Super Regional.

OKLAHOMA VP/DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ON GOLLOWAY “His passion for this program is obvious and his enthusiasm never falters. I know that we have a coach who is devoted to the University of Oklahoma and one that is completely committed to the long-term success of the program.” - OU VP/Director of Athletics Joe Castiglione

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The Sooners’ scored 21 runs against Eastern Kentucky to open the 1986 Tournament, a program best for an NCAA Tournament game. OU has scored 10 or more runs on 15 occasions.

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The Sooners have recorded a winning record in 15 of their 30 NCAA Tournament appearances. OU is 66-58 in 124 games played.

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The Sooners have enjoyed home field advantage on six occasions. OU has hosted NCAA Regionals in 2006, 2004, 2000, 1977, 1975 and 1974.

Coaching for various successful teams has given Golloway the opportunity to work with several outstanding players. Below is a list of some of those pupils: Chase Anderson Aaron Baker Danny Black Jason Chowning Ryan Christenson Andrew Doyle J.D. Drew Joe Dunigan Jeremy Erben Mike Gosse Matt Harughty

Bryant Hernandez Antwonie Hubbard Jamie Johnson Braden Looper Greg Norton Russ Ortiz Daniel McCutchen Doug Mientkiewicz Damon Minor Ryan Minor Zach Neal

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SURROUNDED WITH SUCCESS Head coach Sunny Golloway has hired two of the game’s best in Tim Tadlock and Mike Bell. The OU baseball program is in good hands as Golloway, Tadlock and Bell each served as recruiting coordinators in Division I programs in the last seven years and have landed some of the best amateur talent in the country. Tadlock was hired away from Grayson Junior College prior to the 2006 season where he won 435 games, two NJCAA World Series and made five appearances in the championship series in nine seasons at the helm. OU has thrived with him on the recruiting trail since his arrival in Norman and have hit over .300 in each of his five seasons on the staff. Bell completed his third year in Norman in 2010 after three successful years at Tennessee. In the last four years, he has helped tutor four first round draft picks at Oklahoma and Tennessee, including the Sooners’ Garrett Richards in 2009. Richards was one of four hurlers selected in last year’s draft.

TIM TADLOCK Hitting and Recruiting Coach | Sixth year at OU | 20 years of experience GOLLOWAY ON TADLOCK “Tim brings a wealth of knowledge to the areas of recruiting and hitting. He is a proven winner and his success speaks for itself. What is even more impressive about Coach Tadlock is how his players speak so highly of him.” PROMINENT PUPILS: Danny Black ............Florida Marlins Rocky Coppinger .....Baltimore Orioles Victor Diaz ...............Baltimore Orioles Jesse Estrada ...........Chicago Cubs Brandon Fahey........Baltimore Orioles Carlos Hines.............Tampa Bay Rays John Lackey.............Boston Red Sox - ’02 World Series MVP Andy LaRoche .........Pittsburgh Pirates David Maroul...........San Francisco Giants Daniel McCutchen ...Pittsburgh Pirates Garrett Mock ...........Washington Nationals Bryan Myrow...........San Diego Padres Ryan Rohlinger........San Francisco Giants Brian Tallet ..............Toronto Blue Jays

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The Sooners posted the program’s highest batting average (.323) since 1999 during Tadlock’s first year on the staff in 2006.

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Tadlock brings 20 years of collegiate coaching experience to Oklahoma and is entering his sixth year with the Sooners in 2011.

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Tadlock landed the fourth best recruiting class in the country in 2007 for the Sooners. It was the highest ranked class in program history since 1987.

MIKE BELL Pitching Coach | Fourth year at OU | 10 years of experience GOLLOWAY ON BELL “Mike has proven to be a true asset to this program in a short time. Our studentathletes are working with an outstanding and knowledgeable coach, who has had success every where he goes.“

PROMINENT PUPILS: James Adkins ..........Los Angeles Dodgers Chase Anderson ......Arizona Diamondbacks Jason Chowning ......Houston Astros Andrew Doyle .........Texas Rangers Jeremy Erben ..........Arizona Diamondbacks Luke Hochevar.........Kansas City Royals - First overall draft pick in 2006 Antwonie Hubbard..Cleveland Indians Zach Neal ................Florida Marlins Garrett Richards ......Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim J.R. Robinson ...........Tampa Bay Devil Rays Sean Watson ...........Cincinnati Reds 

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Bell has coached three first round draft picks in the last five years in Garrett Richards, James Adkins and Luke Hocheavar.

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SOONERS GET OFFENSIVE The OU offense has rejuvenated itself in the last five years, averaging seven-plus runs per game across the past five seasons. In 2010, OU scored 525 runs, the most since the 1998 campaign (606). In addition, for the first time since 2000, the Sooners recorded a team batting average over .300 in five consecutive seasons. Prior to the 1999 and 2000 seasons, OU enjoyed one of its best offensive seasons with a .335 team batting average. The 1998 Sooners also averaged more than nine runs per game that season. In 2010, OU hit .307 as a team (second best average in the Big 12 Conference) and ranked fifth in the league with a .287 average in Big 12 games. The Sooners had eight regular starters hit better than .300 throughout the 2010 season, including three with a mark of .330 or better. In addition, five Sooners finished with 10 or more homers (Garrett Buechele - 17, Cameron Seitzer - 16, Max White - 15, Tyler Ogle - 11 and Cody Reine - 10) for the first time since 1998. Junior Garrett Buechele, who was drafted following the 2010 season, was named an All-American after leading the Sooners in batting average (.359), homers (17) and RBIs (65). Each of the Sooners’ last 11 batting champions have been drafted professionally or signed as a free agent following the season. In addition, six of those 11 individuals were selected in the first 10 rounds of the draft, with J.T. Wise (5th round in 2009), Joe Dunigan (5th round in 2007) and Ryan Rohlinger (6th round in 2006) being the last three Sooners to hold that distinction.

CHRIS ELLISON  Featured at the top of the order each of the last two seasons, Chris Ellison is a career .326 hitter in his 114 games played as a Sooner. The speedy center fielder also causes plenty of havoc for opposing teams with 24 stolen bases last season. The total was 20 more than what he recorded as a true freshman and the most by a Sooner since current Major Leaguer Reggie Willits (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) swiped 37 in 2003.

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CAMERON SEITZER  The junior first baseman has played in 103 games at OU, starting immediately as a true freshman. He has hit over. 300 in each of his first two years in the Crimson and Cream and ranked second on the team in 2010 with 16 home runs. The son of former MLB great, Kevin Seitzer, he will look to provide that same power and consistency in the middle of the order in 2011. 

The number of combined runs scored since Coach Golloway’s return to Oklahoma in 2004. The Sooners plated 3009 runs in the previous seven years before his arrival.

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The 2010 Sooners scored 525 runs en route to hosting the fourth NCAA Regional in the last seven years, the most runs scored since the 1998 OU team plated 606.

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In 2006, OU led the Big 12 in hitting with a .323 average, the highest for an OU squad since 1998 (.335). OU has hit over .300 in each of Golloway’s five full seasons at the helm with a .310 average, up 21 points from the previous five (.289).

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OU has hit over. 300 in Big 12 play in three of the last five years. Prior to the 2006 season, the Sooners also recorded clips of .300 or better in 2000, 1998 and 1997.

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The Sooners hit over 100 home runs for the second time in program history last season with 105. The total is the most since the Sooners set a program record in 1998 with 114.

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The number of regular starters who hit better than .300 throughout the 2010 season, including seven that return for the 2011 campaign.

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Oklahoma led the nation with a .983 fielding percentage in 2006, the highest in school history and the second best all-time in the NCAA.

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OU’s .976 fielding percentage in 2010 ranked 11th in the country. In Big 12 play, the mark improved to .981, best in the conference.

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Number of errors committed in 2006, the second fewest in school history and the lowest since the NCAA schedule was expanded to 56 regular season games.

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The Sooners’ staff returns 29 weekend or postseason starts with seniors Michael Rocha and Bobby Shore, and sophomores Jack Mayfield and Ryan Gibson back.

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In 2010, closer Ryan Duke had 12 saves and tied the program’s career record of 28. He led the Big 12 with 16 saves in 2009 and ranked sixth overall in the country. The 16 saves ranked second in a single season at OU. He returns in 2011 with 73 career appearances.

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OU produced the nation’s top catcher in 2009 as senior J.T. Wise was given the Johnny Bench award. Wise recorded .996 fielding percentage in 2009 and is the second OU catcher in the last four years to be drafted in the first five rounds.

MICHAEL ROCHA  A three-year starter in the Sooner rotation, Michael Rocha was a key component to the Sooners’ College World Series run in 2010, including a win over South Carolina in game one. Rocha has appeared in 20 games in each of his three seasons and has tossed at least 50 innings in each of the campaigns. The senior is 17-8 in 24 career starts after winning a career-best eight games a year ago.

DEFENSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS A common statement heard throughout the history of sports,“defense wins championships” could not have been more true during head coach Sunny Golloway’s first full year at OU’s helm. In 2006, the Sooners led the nation with a .983 fielding percentage, the best mark in program history. The mark also ranks as the second best all-time in NCAA history. Behind the strength of its defense, the 2006 Sooners won a regional championship and advanced to the program’s first Super Regional appearance (format originated in 1999). OU has finished each of the last six seasons with Golloway on the staff with a mark over .960. In the 10 years prior to Golloway’s return in 2004, only five OU squads recorded marks of .960 or better. Coach Golloway stresses fundamental baseball at OU and fans can expect to see strong defense accompanied by solid pitching. Since 2004, Golloway and company have helped develop some of the conference’s top pitchers. Twenty-three of the 41 draft picks selected since Golloway’s return have been pitchers, including eight who were selected in the first 10 rounds and two that were taken in the first round overall (David Purcey in 2004 and Garrett Richards in 2009).



TYLER OGLE  Tyler Ogle faced the task of replacing 2009 Johnny Bench Award winner J.T. Wise last season and was impressive in his first year behind the plate for the Sooners. Ogle had a .992 fielding percentage while hitting .331 with 11 homers and 46 RBIs. In 2010, he was on the preseason player to watch for the Johnny Bench Award, the third straight OU catcher to appear on the list.

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Media attention was high in 2010 for head coach Sunny Golloway and the Sooners during the program’s 10th trip to the College World Series.

112 SOONER BASEBALL IN THE SPOTLIGHT Oklahoma Athletics is a household name due to the overwhelming media attention that hovers around the Sooners. Writers and broadcasters representing the nation’s most recognized media outlets regularly interact with Sooner players and coaches and routinely spend time in Norman. And when they can’t come to campus, those same observers keep tabs on OU thanks to extensive television coverage. The Sooners are at the very center of the college athletics and everybody is watching. Being the most popular sports entity has its advantages. Oklahoma athletics receive more coverage than any other professional or minor league team in the state. OU baseball benefits from that coverage. Behind football and the basketball programs, baseball and softball are next on the food chain. Throughout the spring, several media outlets cover the Sooners on a regular basis. The media attention blossomed in 2010 when the Sooners advanced to their 10th College World Series in program history. Oklahoma was not only one of the most popular stories in the state, but also drew attention nationwide. Located on page 29 are just a few examples of the various front page stories from local publications in 2010.



The number of consecutive games televised for the OU football team. In addition, ESPN College GameDay has been on site for 23 of OU’s games in the last 10 years.

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Every contest of the baseball team’s 56-game schedule is broadcast live on OU’s agship station KREF 1400 AM or on the internet. Each year, over 80 percent of the games can be heard live on the radio.

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OU baseball has enjoyed 55 television broadcasts over the last ďŹ ve seasons, including 30 in 2010. Ten of the games last year were seen on national networks.

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During the 2009-10 season, the men’s and women’s basketball teams combined to make 54 appearances on television, including 20-plus nationally televised games.

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The popularity of the Sooners is evident in the signiďŹ cant amount of products and apparel purchased by fans. OU ranks in the top 15 nationally every year in the sales of licensed merchandise.

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Since 2000, OU student-athletes have appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated 12 times. Sooner football is one the most popular subjects for SI with 33 cover appearances.

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SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY THAT SUPPORTS OU OU lives by a clear and strong motto in dealing with its student-athletes...Inspiring Champions for Today, Preparing Leaders for Tomorrow. To fulfill that promise, the athletics department and student-athletes take an active role in a number of community service projects. Sooner student-athletes are exposed to life outside of sports and school work with opportunities to serve and help others. In conjunction with OU’s CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, all 21 intercollegiate athletics teams participate in community service efforts each month. Each team is awarded points based on community service, involvement with campus activities, and performance in the classroom throughout the academic year and the baseball team recorded the highest mark on campus in 2008. Oklahoma’s student-athletes recognize that wearing the Crimson and Cream means representing a popular sports program and themselves as individuals. They are encouraged to respond to a public that adores them, while learning important lessons about making a positive impact in the lives of others and in the community in which they live. Below is a list of some of the community service efforts that the OU baseball team participates in each year:

SPECIAL SPECTATORS The Special Spectators is a national organization that invites seriously ill children to attend a sporting event and meet the players and coaches. More than 30 children from several Oklahoma City hospitals have been hosted by football, basketball, baseball and gymnastics over the past year. The Sooner baseball team has participated in the event for the past five years. On top of meeting the players and coaches and participating in batting practice, the children throw out the ceremonial first pitch for that day’s game.

SOONERS VISIT KENNEDY ELEMENTARY Elliott Blair was one of several Sooners who participated in a weekly program in the fall which features baseball players interacting with children at local elementary schools in various classroom activities.

WILLOW SPRINGS BOYS RANCH Since 2005, Oklahoma baseball has partnered with the Willow Springs Boys Ranch in Chandler, Okla., to interact with the children and participate in a day of various landscaping duties and team building exercises. The Willow Springs Boys Ranch is a long-term residential childcare facility that accepts applications from boys between the ages 7 to 12 years old. Boys are able to live on the ranch until they graduate from high school, obtain their G.E.D. or participate in an independent living program after graduation. It is the program’s goal to provide an environment where boys can become successful and develop into productive adults.

MIRACLE LEAGUE For each of the last five seasons, the OU baseball team has traveled to Mitch Park in Edmond, Okla., to play in a “Miracle League Game.” The Miracle League, founded in 1997, is an organization that gives special-needs children an opportunity to play baseball. Miracle Leagues across the country play in specialized complexes that include custom-designed fields with cushioned rubberized turf fields that prevent injuries, wheelchair accessible dugouts and a completely flat surface that eliminates any barriers or obstacles for wheelchair bound or visually impaired athletes.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Along with other teams at OU, the Sooner baseball team helped out the local Habitat for Humanity Organization in 2007. The program was founded in 1976 and is designed to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness around the world, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.



SPECIAL SPECTATORS For the fifth consecutive season, the OU baseball team spent the day with two children from the Special Spectators’ program, a non-profit organization that provides seriously ill children and their families a chance to attend a behind-the scenes day at athletic events.

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BASEBALL FIGHTING FOR A CAUSE Prior to the Texas A&M game on May 15, 2009, Power Roofing and Exteriors presented a check for $4,150 to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Oklahoma in memory of Mitchell Whitaker, a special friend of the OU Baseball Team who passed away on Sept. 27, 2007. Throughout the 2009 season, the company donated $50 for each of the 91 home runs hit by the Sooners. The home run total was the fourth most by a Sooner squad and the most since the 1998 team set the program record with 114 dingers.

WILLOW SPRINGS BOYS RANCH - FALL 2010 “It’s been a huge blessing having the baseball team out here. They’re a lot of similarities in what we do at Willow Springs Boys Ranch and what University of Oklahoma baseball is about,” said J. Todd Vinson, the founder and executive director.



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OKLAHOMA-OKLAHOMA STATE RIVALRY The Bedlam Series, presented by Oklahoma Farm Bureau, played each year between OU and Oklahoma State baseball at neutral sites, plays a huge part in giving each program bragging rights across the state and national prominence. The Sooners and Cowboys represent two of the most successful programs, not only in the Big 12 Conference, but also across the country. The series is the only rivalry in Division I baseball that is played each year at neutral sites during the regular season. In 1986, the Sooners and Cowboys began battling at a neutral site at the All Sports Stadium in Oklahoma City. In 1991, the series moved to Tulsa, Okla. at the Drillers Stadium (Class AA ballpark) for the series opener and the remaining two games were played at the All Sports Stadium. In 1999, games two and three were moved to the Redhawk Ballpark (Class AAA ballpark) in Oklahoma City. The facility, built in 1997, is also home to the Big 12 Championship and the Oklahoma City Redhawks (AAA affiliate of the Texas Rangers). Close to 12,000 fans will pack the park in Tulsa and more than 13,000 fans will watch the Bedlam Series for each of the remaining two games in Oklahoma City.

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More than 13,000 fans are in attendance for each of the two games of the Bedlam Series played at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.

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Since 1991, close to 12,000 fans have packed Drillers Stadium in Tulsa, Okla., for the series opener each year.

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The Sooners and Cowboys have met 286 times in the series dating back to the early 1900s.

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Fifteen of the last 27 meetings between OU and OSU have been decided by three or less runs.

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Ten of the last 17 regular season meetings in the Bedlam Series have been televised, including two national broadcasts by the ESPN family of networks.

The rivalry was tabbed one of the best by Rivals.com: “The Sooner State is consumed by the Oklahoma-Oklahoma State rivalry. Tabbed “Bedlam” by state natives, the annual series between the two schools is intense on the field. That energy is often channeled into the stands. The series usually starts with a single game in Tulsa, Okla. It then moves to AT&T Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City for games two and three. In 2007, the Cowboys swept the Sooners in the regular season series before dropping a single game to OU in the Big 12 Tournament. Though OSU experienced a wealth of success last season, they lead the overall series just 145138, which equates to a winning percentage over 51 percent.” - Kendall Rogers, Rosenblatt Report 

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Six of the last 10 games in the Bedlam series have been decided by one run, including three contests last year.

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For the first time since 1996, one game of the Bedlam Series was played at a campus site. The non-conference game was played in Stillwater in 2010. OSU returns the trip in 2011 to Norman.

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The Sooners in pose with the Bedlam Bowl trophy in 2010. OU won the best of three series for the second straight season.

WHAT’S AT STAKE Every good college rivalry has the tradition of rewarding the winner a trophy at series’ end and the Bedlam Series, presented by Oklahoma Farm Bureau, is no different. The Bedlam Bowl is presented to each yearly winner on the field following the third and final game of the baseball series. The Bedlam Series is not only contested in baseball, but all of the sports that OU and OSU compete against each other. At the end of the academic year, the winner, based on a points system, earns bragging rights until the next athletic year rolls around. The University of Oklahoma has won the overall competition and brought home the Bedlam Bowl in four of the last five years.

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L. DALE MITCHELL PARK QUICK FACTS

RECORD CROWD

Year Opened: 1982 Seating Capacity: 2,700 Dimensions: LF - 335; CF - 411; RF - 335 First Game: Feb. 27, 1982 (Oklahoma 15, Cameron University 4) Largest Crowd: 4,544, vs. Texas (May 4, 1995) Overall Record: 660-171-1 (.794)

An L. Dale Mitchell Park-record 4,544 fans jammed the stadium on May 4, 1995, to witness the Sooners record a 3-2 win over rival Texas en route to OU’s second consecutive NCAA College World Series appearance.

BACKGROUND Named for the mid-1940s Sooner letterman who still holds OU’s career and single-season batting records, L. Dale Mitchell Park was dedicated prior to the 1982 season. With a $1.3 million price tag, the first phase of the renovation was completed during the 1998 season and included an upper concourse, additional restrooms and additional concession stands. Phase two of the plan has provided for new locker rooms, a training room facility and an equipment room for the Sooners. Prior to the 2002 season, OU completed one of the final stages of the project as the press box facility underwent state-of-the-art improvements. The press box and radio broadcast booths were significantly expanded as well. VIP suites and a disability-accessible elevator were also added.

RECENT ADDITIONS OU added a practice facility prior to the 2009 season which includes a regulationsize infield with natural grass and a 5,160 square-foot indoor hitting facility. The building contains three full-size pitching and hitting lanes and is heated and air conditioned. The $1 million project covers 22,500 square feet of existing ground at L. Dale Mitchell Park and is located down the left-field line adjacent to the Sooners’ bullpen. The ballpark also received a new video and scoreboard in left field prior to the 2009 season and the chair back seats were replaced, as well as new seats added, prior to the 2011 season.

POSTSEASON HISTORY In 2006, the facility hosted its first NCAA Regional. It marked the third time in the history of the OU baseball program that it has been chosen to host an NCAA Regional in Norman (1975 and 1977), but first at L. Dale Mitchell Park, which opened in 1982. In 2009, the Sooners again were awarded home-field advantage in the postseason at LDM. Additionally, the Sooners have hosted a regional in Oklahoma City on three occasions and last hosted one in 2004 at the Bricktown Ballpark.

2001 BEAM CLAY FIELD OF THE YEAR The University of Oklahoma baseball program was awarded the top honor in the collegiate division of the Beam Clay Baseball Diamond of the Year Award in 2001. The award, sponsored by Beam Clay and Baseball America, recognizes the best playing surfaces in three levels of baseball: professional, college and schools, municipalities and parks. The honor marked the second year in a row that OU’s L. Dale Mitchell Park was selected as one of the best college baseball fields in the nation after finishing second in the competition in 2000. Oklahoma took first place honors in the competition in 1994 for the first time. The 2006 season was OU’s latest entry as programs can enter the competition only once every five years after taking first place honors. Four major league head groundskeepers served as the judges in the competition.

DIRECTIONS TO THE FACILITY: OU’s facility is located east of the intersection of Chautauqua Ave. and Imhoff Rd. in Norman. From Interstate 35, exit east on Lindsey St. and proceed approximately one and a half miles. Take a right (south) onto Chautauqua Ave. and continue for about half a mile then turn left (east) onto Imhoff. The facility is located on the left, directly north of the Lloyd Noble Center.

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TOP 25 ATTENDANCE MARKS AT L. DALE MITCHELL PARK

OU ENJOYS RECORD ATTENDANCE SINCE 2006 Since 2006, OU has seen 12 of the top 25 all-time crowds in Norman pack L. Dale Mitchell Park, including four in 2010. The Sooners have ranked in the top 50 across the country in attendance marks. The 2006 season was one to remember for the OU baseball team and its fans, not only because of the postseason run to the Houston Super Regional, but because the Sooner nation’s presence at L. Dale Mitchell Park was stronger than ever. OU enjoyed a single-season record seven crowds of 2,000 or more in 2006, including two games over the listed capacity of 2,700. The 3,531 on hand to witness the Sooners win the 2006 Norman Regional Championship on June 5 was the largest crowd at L. Dale Mitchell Park since 4,544 packed the park to watch Oklahoma host Texas on May 4, 1995.

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Attendance 4,544 3,531 3,522 3,288 3,176 3,168 3,123 3,064 2,895 2,861 2,838 2,720 2,657 2,608 2,558 2,517 2,450 2,419 2,374 2,333 2,312 2,312 2,294 2,260 2,240

Date May 4, 1995 June 5, 2006 April 14, 1998 April 25, 1995 May 29, 2009 May 9, 1998 April 25, 1992 May 30, 2009 April 20, 1993 April 19, 1994 June 2, 2006 June 5, 2010 April 18, 2006 March 20, 2004 June 4, 2006 April 14, 2002 March 21, 1990 April 30, 2005 May 15, 2004 May 31, 2009 June 6, 2010 April 30, 1996 April 1, 2010 April 3, 2010 March 31, 2006

Opponent Result, Score Texas W, 3-2 Wichita State* W, 7-6 Arizona State L, 6-10 Oklahoma State W, 5-4 Wichita State* W, 5-4 Texas W, 14-6 Oklahoma State L, 18-9 Arkansas* L, 6-17 Oklahoma State L, 11-9 Oklahoma State W, 4-2 TCU* L, 6-5 North Carolina* W, 7-6 (10) Rice W, 15-2 Texas W, 3-2 Wichita State* W, 12-7 Texas L, 8-1 Oklahoma State W, 7-6 Nebraska L, 1-7 Texas Pan American W, 12-2 Arkansas* L, 0-11 North Carolina* W, 3-2 Texas W, 10-6 Texas L, 0-5 Texas L, 3-9 Texas L, 0-2

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The Sooners averaged over 2,200 fans during the three-game series with the Texas Longhorns in 2010.

“Having been a part of so many of the top attended games, I can testify first hand to the advantage that a sellout crowd gives our players,” said OU head coach Sunny Golloway. “The players feed off that energy from the fans and it was never more evident than during the 2006 Norman Regional. We look forward to many more games with capacity crowds on hand, especially during future postseason runs.“



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With one of the greatest winning traditions in intercollegiate athletics, the University of Oklahoma, its players, coaches and fans understand the meaning of “Great Expectations.” OU hopes for and expects great things from its athletics teams -- and the athletes and coaches expect the same from themselves. Time and time again, the Sooners have delivered on this expectation: 26 national championships, more than 200 conference titles and more than 1,000 All-Americans. The University of Oklahoma’s goal is to provide first-class facilities and resources for all the programs and endeavors sponsored by the institution. OU Athletics captures so much attention and interest that it requires the help and support of all Sooners to continue the tradition that all have enjoyed. With that in mind, OU launched “Great Expectations...The Campaign for Sooner Sports” in 1999. “Great Expectations - The Campaign for Sooner Sports,” a recently completed fund-raising effort, was about the continuation of a proud championship tradition. It was a five-year campaign launched with an eventual goal of $100 million, making possible an extraordinary era in new athletics facilities that has led to unprecedented athletic and academic success for OU student-athletes. Among the accomplishments made possible by Great Expectations’ donors: an expanded, renovated and more beautiful football stadium; two completely new facilities for men’s and women’s basketball at Lloyd Noble Center; new or renovated facilities for baseball, softball, volleyball, wrestling, softball, tennis, soccer and track and field; new strength and conditioning and sports medicine centers and an indoor training center.



Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium The $75 million expansion and renovation of OU’s football stadium, completed in 2004, transformed a towering concrete structure into a beautiful facility featuring the brick and cast stone that characterize OU’s historic buildings. The expansion added 8,000 seats, including 56 suites, on the east side. At the same time, the press box was remodeled and outfitted with several state-of-the-art features. This historical facility is the largest sports arena in the state, and following its recent expansion, now ranks among the 15 largest on-campus facilities in the nation. Everest Training Center Considered one of the premier indoor facilities in the country, the Everest Training Center is a 74,000-squarefoot center that includes a full-size playing field, simulated stadium lighting, a complete scoreboard with play clocks, LED 40-yard timing devices and a ceiling that hangs 65 feet above the playing surface to allow for all kicking and throwing drills. McClendon Center for Intercollegiate Athletics While the football gameday facilities in the Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium may be more familiar to OU supporters, the north side McClendon Center for Intercollegiate Athletics is one of the most vital areas for OU’s entire athletics program as it is the center of student learning and athletics administration activities. Robin Siegfried & Family Strength & Conditioning Complex

This 13,000-square-foot facility serves more than 500 athletes in OU’s 21 sports. The state-of-the-art facility inside the Barry Switzer Center has been central to OU’s success in recent years and helped develop OU’s reputation as a pioneer in the strength and conditioning field.

Barry Switzer Center A special feature is the Barry Switzer Center on the south side of the Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, where OU’s storied football history is displayed, media conferences are held and recruits are entertained. The center recently experienced a significant upgrade to reflect this success and to fully realize the original vision as an exhibit area focusing on OU’s greatest victories and most successful coaching eras. Henry J. Freede, M.D., Sports Medicine Facility This 10,000-square-foot sports medicine facility within the Barry Switzer Center treats athletes from all 21 sports, ensuring the best possible health for OU student-athletes through preventative medicine and post-injury treatment and rehabilitation. Fred & Mary Eddy Jones Foundation Red Room The Red Room is where OU football players meet as a team or offensive/defensive units to watch motivational videos before each game. OU’s offense and defense post their goals for each week, and the Sooner coach holds his postgame press conference in this area. Headington Family Tennis Center Expansion The men’s and women’s tennis teams compete in one of the finest indoor venues in the country. Highlights of the new 55,000 square-foot facility include six air-conditioned courts, championship-quality lighting and surface, and approximately 375 chair-back seats for spectators, which are elevated between the courts. The programs opened a 12-court outdoor championship facility in 2001 during the Great Expectations campaign that was particularly notable because it was donations exclusively from tennis letterwinners who made the new courts possible.

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John Crain Field at the OU Soccer Complex The University of Oklahoma Athletics Department and the soccer program enjoyed a $4.5 million expansion to the soccer stadium in 2006. In addition to a press box and a permanent grandstand, a multi-use building is located between John Crain Field at the OU Soccer Complex and the Headington Family Tennis Center at the corner of Chautauqua Avenue and Imhoff Road. The multi-purpose complex includes locker rooms, meeting and video rooms and offices for the student-athletes and coaches. Softball Hitting Facility The OU softball team broke ground on an indoor hitting facility in July 2008 that was completed prior to the 2009 season. In 2002, the Robert E. Young and Family Softball Locker Room was added to the Softball Complex, giving the team a spacious and comfortable gathering place for preparation and relaxation. In 2003, the softball field was named in honor of retired softball coach and women’s administrator Marita Hynes. Baseball Practice Facility With an estimated cost of $1 million, the OU baseball team opened an indoor hitting facility and practice infield at L. Dale Mitchell Park prior to the 2009 season.The 5,160-square -foot facility has three full-size hitting/pitching lanes and is air conditioned and heated. Previous renovations to L. Dale Mitchell Park were completed in 2001 when the press box underwent state-of-the-art improvements including four suites and a press area, the Mike Treps Media Room. The facility originally opened in 1982.



John Jacobs Track and Field Complex The project, which was completed in spring 2004, included a 25,000-square-foot building connecting the Mosier Indoor Practice Facility with the Everest Training Center. This new building includes track and field locker rooms, a sports medicine room and a video teaching room. The John Jacobs Track was altered and re-surfaced to include European Oval turns for a faster track and nine 48-inch wide lanes. Other improvements include upgrades of field event areas, placing them directionally north/south and east/west to take advantage of wind conditions; spectator seating for 2,000; new restrooms and concessions; and the installation of championship lighting. Howard McCasland Field House The Field House is one of OU’s most historic buildings. Many OU alumni fondly recall the field house as the home of OU’s basketball program, which it was until Lloyd Noble Center opened in 1975. In 2005, the Field House underwent a $6 million facelift that included a complete interior renovation comprised of a resanded and repainted floor with four efficient practice courts and chair-back seating that offers fans more comfort. In addition, the entire facility was repainted and improvements were made to the HVAC system, sound system, lighting and scoreboards. The Sooners have also enjoyed renovations done to the training room as well as an upgrade to both the volleyball and wrestling locker rooms.

Wrestling Practice Facility Connected to the McCasland Field House, the Athletics Department launched a $2.4 million project in 2008. The bulk of the construction will include a $1.3 million addition to the Port Robertson Wrestling Center. The facility serves as the practice venue for the Sooner wrestling team. Mary Jane Noble Women’s Basketball Center In 1975, the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation of Ardmore made the first million-dollar gift in OU history with its contribution to OU’s campaign to build a multi-purpose arena. In 1999, the foundation made another gift to support the renovation of the original center, adding first-class matching facilities for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. The Lloyd Noble Center addition includes two new full-sized practice courts for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Bob and Ann Coleman Men’s Basketball Center The nearly 63,000-square-feet Lloyd Noble Center addition offers a matched set of men’s and women’s facilities, including full-sized practice courts, new team and coaches’ locker rooms, training rooms and steam/spa/sauna rooms. Office facilities and conference rooms provide views of the practice courts as special features and a shared weight training facility was created. The Kerr-McGee Courtside Club gives fans a venue for special events.

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THE PROGRAM Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weight training program is a pioneer in the development of strength and conditioning, and is a vital part of the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; traditional success. OU strength and conditioning coaches utilize their expertise along with a wide array of equipment and tests to produce national championship-caliber athletes. Evaluation, goal-oriented programs, supervision and state-of-the-art facilities help Oklahoma athletes become bigger, faster, stronger and more flexible. The Robin Siegfried & Family Strength and Conditioning Complex, located in the Barry Switzer Center, has 13,000 square feet to facilitate the intensive training of OU athletes. The objective of the strength and conditioning program is to ensure each studentathlete in every sport is provided with a sound in-season and off-season program. This program of activity includes strength, conditioning, flexibility and nutrition. A strength and conditioning coordinator for each sport is provided to assist athletes in reaching the highest possible training levels. Located at the south end of Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, the Barry Switzer Center houses administrative offices, the football locker room, the equipment room, the 8,000-square-foot Sports Medicine Facility and the 7,000-square-foot Touchdown Club Legends Lobby in addition to the Siegfried Strength and Conditioning Complex.



JERRY SCHMIDT - Director of Sports Enhancement 11 Years at Oklahoma Schmidt is recognized nationally as one of the best in the business and his work, along with his staff, serves as one of the key components to OU athletics excellence. SCOTT ANDERSON - Head Athletics Trainer 13 Years at Oklahoma The recently appointed president of the College Athletic Trainersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Society, Anderson supervises a staff of nine full-time certified athletic trainers, one physical therapist, eight graduate assistants and 20 undergraduates who provide a bulk of the care for OU student-athletes. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am honored to be appointed President of the College Athletic Trainersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Society,â&#x20AC;? said Anderson. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is an organization dedicated to the professional and personal life of the college athletic trainer as we expand the margin of safety for our student-athletes in sport.â&#x20AC;?

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STATE-OF-THE-ART ADDITION

COMPREHENSIVE REHABILITATION

Among the recent updates that increased OU’s athletic training space to 10,000 square feet were the addition of new hot and cold plunge hydrotherapy pools (shown left). The facility also includes a water rehabilitation pool that features an underwater treadmill, allowing athletes the opportunity to exercise after injury much sooner than on land. By taking away the weight bearing forces of gravity, an athlete is able to keep their running motion while waiting for the injury to heal, allowing the athlete to maintain cardiovascular endurance. The treadmill reaches a speed of approximately eight miles per hour and features underwater jets that provide increased resistance if needed. Underwater cameras allow the athletic trainers and physical therapists to view the running mechanics of the athlete, ensuring proper form and a speedy road to recovery.

The Oklahoma Athletics Department feels a strong responsibility to help its athletes reach and maintain their optimum health and achieve conditioning goals.

- Two examinations rooms (Don H. O’Donoghue, M.D. Orthopedic Examination Room and E. Randy Eichner, M.D. Examination Room)



Complete athletically-related medical services are provided to Oklahoma studentathletes by team physicians and OU’s certified athletic trainers. The University of Oklahoma obtains the services of the best medical consultants available. The base of operation for the Sooners’ medical care is the state-of-the-art Henry J. Freede, M.D. Sports Medicine Center in the Barry Switzer Center.

OTHER ADDITIONS

- Hydroworx 2000 series - Hydroworx Cold Plunge - Two full body whirlpools - Monitored Rehab System shuttle - Digital x-ray

For this reason, OU has developed excellent training and conditioning programs to lessen the possibility of injuries. However, should injuries occur, the department is committed to a comprehensive rehabilitation program.

Head athletic trainer Scott Anderson says the addition to the Barry Switzer Center has allowed the university to upgrade to a new edition of rehabilitation equipment that can best benefit the student-athletes. From simple therobands to taping tables, the new facility offers everything a school can have or hope to have. The Sooner training room is equipped to perform isokinetic joint evaluation for preventive medicine and for post-injury rehabilitation. The therapy room is supplied with the latest modalities on the market.

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A PACESETTER FOR PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE U.S. “The University of Oklahoma is truly a great university. It is becoming a pacesetter for public higher education in the United States. We must no longer keep the university’s excellence a secret! It’s time for us to let others know about the strengths of our university and our determination to make it even better.” - University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Multidisciplinary Studies COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE Architecture Construction Science Environmental Design Interior Design

THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA OVERVIEW Created by the Oklahoma Territorial Legislature in 1890, the University of Oklahoma is a doctoral degree-granting research university serving the educational, cultural, economic and health-care needs of the state, region and nation. The Norman campus serves as home to all of the university’s academic programs except health-related fields. The OU Health Sciences Center, which is located in Oklahoma City, is one of only four comprehensive academic health centers in the nation with seven professional colleges. Both the Norman and Health Sciences Center colleges offer programs at the Schusterman Center, the site of OU-Tulsa. OU enrolls more than 30,000 students, has more than 2,400 full-time faculty members, and has 20 colleges offering 163 majors at the baccalaureate level, 166 majors at the master’s level, 81 majors at the doctoral level, 27 majors at the doctoral professional level, and 26 graduate certificates. The university’s annual operating budget is $1.5 billion. The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution.

MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the University of Oklahoma is to provide the best possible educational experience for our students through excellence in teaching, research and creative activity, and service to the state and society.



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES African & African-American Studies Anthropology A&S Planned Program Astronomy Astrophysics Biochemistry Botany Chemistry Chinese Classics Communication Economics English Ethics and Religion Film and Video Studies French German Health & Exercise Science History

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COLLEGE OF ATMOSPHERIC AND GEOGRAPHIC SCIENCES Geography Meteorology MICHAEL F. PRICE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Accounting Economics Energy Management Entrepreneurship & Venture Management Finance Human Resources Management International Business Management Management Information Systems Marketing Supply Chain Management COLLEGE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Aviation Professional Studies COLLEGE OF EARTH AND ENERGY Environmental Geology Geology Geophysics Paleontology Petroleum Engineering Petroleum Geology



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WEITZENHOFFER FAMILY COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS Art Art History Dance Drama Media - Filmaking, Photography, Video Music Music Education Musical Theatre Performance Studio Arts Theatre Visual Communications GAYLORD COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM & COMMUNICATION Advertising Broadcasting & Electronic Media Journalism Professional Writing Public Relations COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES Liberal Studies

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THE PATH TO GRADUATION STARTS HERE In the 1950s, he came to OU to play football, and, in the process, broke down barriers and crushed stereotypes. Today, OU student-athletes use the Prentice Gautt Academic Center to break another kind of stereotype. The center that today’s student-athletes use everyday now bears the name of the man who left an indelible legacy for Sooner Athletics and helped change a society in the process. The formal dedication of the Prentice Gautt Academic Center was held Friday, Sept. 17, 1999. The proposal to re-name the center was approved by the OU Board of Regents in March 1999. “It is appropriate that this center be named after Prentice Gautt,” OU President David L. Boren said.“His personal values and character, along with his leadership as associate commissioner of the Big 12 Conference, continue to bring pride to his alma mater. His personal example of quiet courage, grace under pressure, and dedication to the university helped open the doors of opportunity for countless number of African-American and minority student-athletes who have followed him into collegiate athletics.” The professional consultants of the Prentice Gautt Academic Center help studentathletes with a variety of academic tasks, from learning strategy instruction to any stage of the writing process including preparing for an essay exam and the formal research paper. The goal is to help student-athletes develop the strategies they need to be successful by encouraging the use of the center for all facets of the learning and writing processes encountered in college. The Prentice Gautt Academic Center provides student-athletes with a state-ofthe-art academic support facility. The environment encourages a collaboration between staff members and student-athletes. In addition, it is highly conducive to learning in all areas of students’ academic endeavors and features seven learning centers.

Located on the second and third floors in the north end of the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, the Academic Center houses Academic Counseling offices, and Learning and Skill Development centers including the Kerr Foundation Computer Center, the Thompson Writing Center and centers for communication, reading, study skills, math and foreign language as well as learning enhancement and study areas.

LEARNING CENTERS: KERR CAREER CENTER Whether student-athletes are freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors or graduates, they will benefit from the services of the Kerr Career Center. It provides a system of services that educates and guides students through the career development process. The Career Center is dedicated to helping students make the transition from college to career by developing an individualized career plan where they gather information to assist in making a decision about a career; obtain information on the suitable career list; explore classes and publications in the field as well as obtain experience; and gain knowledge and skills necessary for résumé writing, job-related letter writing and interviewing techniques. The Career Center is a link with the campus Careers Services Office and offers student-athletes a wide array of effective job hunting skills, training and career services.

KERR FOUNDATION COMPUTER CENTER In the 21st century, computers have become an integral part of the learning experience. Students need access to computers and their resources almost daily. The Kerr Foundation Computer Centers are here to meet these technological needs. We provide each student with the equipment and support necessary to succeed. The computer center is housed within the Prentice Gautt Academic Center and houses nearly 200 computers available exclusively to our student-athletes.

THE LEGACY OF PRENTICE GAUTT The OU Academics Center that today’s student-athletes use everyday now bears the name of the man who left an indelible legacy for Sooner Athletics and helped change a society in the process. “It is appropriate that this center be named after Prentice Gautt,” University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren said. “His personal values and character, along with his leadership as associate commissioner of the Big 12 Conference, continue to bring pride to his alma mater. “His personal example of quiet courage, grace under pressure, and dedication to the university helped open the doors of opportunity for countless number of African-American



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Students also enjoy a large amount of storage space on our athletic network. Laptop computers are checked out to students when the computer center is unavailable. This allows access to our network and resources 24 hours a day. The laptop program is very important in helping athletes stay on top of their schoolwork when traveling. Group training is provided for all new student-athletes during the first week of supervised study. This helps familiarize each student with our resources and procedures. Individual training sessions are available to each student and lab technicians are always on hand to help. The Kerr Foundation Computer Center has been a model for other universities around the country. We plan on being a leader in the future as well. Upgrades are scheduled annually and there is a deep commitment from the Athletics Department ensures that the excellence in the computer center will continue for a long time.

COMMUNICATIONS CENTER This academic center focuses on developing communication and public speaking skills for student-athletes. The state-of-the-art center, coordinated by a broadcast professional, builds strong media relations skills through the use of video equipment.

MATH CENTER If performing math functions is a problem, the solution is the Math Center. As a supplement to class instruction, the Math Center provides all levels of math computations, concepts and problems to help students review course material. In addition, it offers personal and group tutoring sessions to assist with math assignments.

READING/STUDY SKILLS CENTER If students have trouble with assigned textbook readings or studying, the Reading and Study Skills Center can help. It provides reading and studying techniques and its staff teach how to make direct applications to current resources. Consultation, computer-assisted instruction, tutoring and independent activities are available.

THOMPSON WRITING CENTER Because learning and writing are essential life long skills which can always be strengthened, the Writing Center offers personalized instruction to student-athletes who seek assistance in refreshing, reviewing, or improving these skills. The Thompson Writing Center offers a dynamic, positive atmosphere to help studentathletes generate ideas and strategies for writing assignments. Consultants help student-athletes organize papers, review grammatical basics, develop proofreading and library research skills, and design résumés.

KERR FOUNDATION FOREIGN LANGUAGE CENTER To assist you in speaking, listening, reading and writing in other languages, the Kerr Foundation Foreign Language Center offers a multimedia environment that provides instruction in all foreign languages and in English as a second language. On an individual basis, students have the option of working with computers, audio-visual equipment and tutors in order to enhance their language experience. 

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SUCCESS ACROSS THE BOARD The University of Oklahoma athletics program boasts a tradition that few schools can rival. Over the years, Sooner squads have combined for 26 team national championships including eight in men’s gymnastics, seven in football, seven in wrestling, two in baseball, one in men’s golf and one in softball. The Sooner tradition isn’t something buried in the past. It inspires OU’s student-athletes to greater heights every season. In 2008-09, the Sooner football team competed in its sixth BCS bowl in just seven years and, in 2008, the men’s gymnastics team earned its fifth national title in seven seasons. In 2002, the Sooner men’s and women’s basketball teams carved their spot in history by advancing to the NCAA Final Four -- only the third time in NCAA history a school accomplished the feat with both teams in the same year. The OU women added two more Final Four appearances in 2009 and 2010, becoming one of only eight programs in NCAA history to reach back-to-back Final Fours. Even more remarkable, during the 2008-2009 season, the OU football and men’s and women’s basketball teams combined for 74 wins – tying the most ever for those three sports by a Division I school in a single season. In 2008-2009, OU went 12-2 in football, 30-6 in men’s basketball and 32-5 in women’s basketball. The 74-win mark was previously set during the 2001-2002 season by none other than the Oklahoma Sooners. The University of Oklahoma now stands alone in college sports’ 30-30-10 club, created exclusively by OU. Oklahoma’s student-athletes continue to lead in the class-room and their actions in the community are exemplary. With the Great Expectations campaign, Oklahoma continues to build the finestt facilities faciilliiititities fa ieess in in the the nation. th nattiion na on.



Each day, it becomes more evident that the University of Oklahoma has become one of the finest comprehensive athletics program in the country. When OU student-athletes raise the trophy of another championship, the hands responsible for hoisting that trophy symbolize thousands of Sooners around the globe. The following represents a closer look at the tradition powering the Oklahoma Sooners: • Oklahoma was playing football before it was a state. It’s only one of two Division I football programs to win seven or more national championships. And OU is the only Division I football program ever to record 47 straight victories. • With Sam Bradford at No. 1, Gerald McCoy at No. 3 and Trent Williams at No. 4, Oklahoma became the first school ever to supply three of the first four NFL Draft picks in 2010. 2010 also marked only the second time that one school has produced the top pick in consecutive NBA (OU’s Blake Griffin went first in the 2009 hoops draft) and NFL Drafts. • Oklahoma gymnastics great Bart Conner won two NCAA all-around crowns and led the Sooners to two NCAA titles in 1977 and 1978. A three-time Olympian (1976, ‘80, ‘84), Conner won two gold medals in 1984. He was instrumental in the foundation of the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City.

• Oklahoma defeated UCLA in the 2000 Women’s College

World Series to capture the school’s first softball national championship. The Sooners won 66 games, broke 15 school records, had four All-Americans, the WCWS Most Outstanding Player, three WCWS all-tournament team members, a Big 12 title, a No. 1 ranking and the National Coaching Staff of the Year. The Sooners became just the second non-West Coast team in NCAA history to win a softball national championship. • The OU men’s basketball team has competed in 27 postseason tournaments in the last 29 years. In 2009 OU produced its 32nd winning season in the last 34 years. No other Big 12 team can boast as many winning campaigns in the span. • Sooner football has accumulated seven national championships, 42 conference titles, 25 bowl championships, 150 All-Americans and had 346 players drafted by the NFL, including 41 first-round selections and four No. 1 picks: Lee Roy Selmon (1976), Billy Sims (1980), Brian Bosworth (1987—supplemental) and Sam Bradford (2010). • Oklahoma’s storied wrestling program has amassed 23 conference titles and seven national championships. OU has produced 257 All-Americans and its 65 individual national champions ranks third all-time. • The OU women’s basketball team advanced to its third overall and second-consecutive Final Four in 2010 after playing the nation’s toughest schedule. OU at some point, played all four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Championship and 13 teams ranked in the final top 25.

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National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, including three head coaches: Bennie Owen in 1951, Bud Wilkinson in 1969 and Barry Switzer in 2001. • The Oklahoma men’s golf program has produced 47 All-Americans, eight three-time All-Americans, eight individual conference champions, 14 conference titles and the 1989 national championship. • Oklahoma men’s basketball great Mookie Blaylock holds the NCAA-single game record for steals in a contest with 13. He accomplished the feat twice in games against Centenary on Dec. 12, 1987, and Loyola-Marymount on Dec. 17, 1988. • OU football has produced five Heisman Trophy winners: halfback Billy Vessels won the award in 1952, tailback Steve Owens won in 1969, halfback Billy Sims won in 1978, quarterback Jason White brought the trophy back to Norman in 2003 and fellow QB Sam Bradford took home the award last season. OU players have captured 63 national awards and the Sooners have also produced five Outland Trophies, four Walter Camp Trophies, four Butkus Award winners, four Davey O’Brien Awards, three Lombardi Awards, three Thorpe Awards, two Bronko Nagurski Awards, two Maxwell Awards, one Tatupu Award, one Johnny Unitas Award and one Bednarik award. • The Oklahoma baseball team swept through its regional tournament and the World Series without a loss to capture the 1994 national championship. The Sooners topped off a 42-17 regular season with the school’s second national baseball title. • Oklahoma golf’s Charlie Coe was one of the most



celebrated amateur players in the history of the game. During his career, Coe captured U.S. amateur crowns in 1949, 1958 and 1959. He also played in 19 straight Masters Tournaments. Coe competed on the Walker Cup teams of 1949, 1951 and 1953. • Oklahoma wrestling has produced 18 Olympians who have collectively won three gold and two silver medals. Brothers Dave and Mark Schultz both won gold in the 1984 games. • Oklahoma baseball won the 1951 College World Series with a come-from-behind win over Tennessee in the championship game to become the first team in history to claim the title after winning the double-elimination tournament without a defeat. • Oklahoma baseball advanced to its 10th College World Series appearance in 2010 and finished the season ranked No. 5 nationally, the program’s highest finish since claiming OU’s second national title in 1994. • Oklahoma basketball great Wayman Tisdale was a threetime All-American for the Sooners from 1983-85 and is the all-time leading scorer and rebounder in OU history. He was a member of the 1984 gold-medal-winning U.S. Olympic team and was recently named the greatest player ever in the Big Eight Conference by a panel of longtime conference media observers and officials. Tisdale’s No. 23 jersey was retired by Oklahoma in 1997 -- the first jersey ever retired by OU in any sport.

the most decorated player in the program’s history in 2002. She was the WNBA’s third overall draft pick by the Washington Mystics. In addition to leading OU to the 2002 national championship game, Dales was a two-time consensus All-American, two-time Big 12 Player of the Year, four-time Academic All-Big 12 selection, and two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American. • Former OU letterwinners Michael Blackwood (track and field), Jonathan Horton (men’s gymnastics) and Danny McFarlane (track and field) represented Oklahoma at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. • Three-time OU All-American Anthony Kim won the 2008 AT&T National in early July, becoming the first American golfer since Tiger Woods to win twice in one year on the PGA Tour. Kim was also a member of the victorious U.S. squad at the 2008 Ryder Cup where he played a crucial role in winning the cup with a defeat of Sergio Garcia. • OU women’s gymnastics made its seventh-straight NCAA Championships in 2010 where the Sooners finished a program-best second place in their first ever Super Six team finals appearance. The Sooners closed 2010 with a final record of 33-5. The win total broke the previous program best of 26 that was set in 1989 under Becky Switzer. • OU women’s gymnastics became the first women’s sport at Oklahoma to be ranked No. 1 during the regular season in 2010. The Sooners were ranked first or second in every regular season poll in 2010, as the Sooners were the only squad in the country to score above a 196.000 in every meet.

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SOME OF THE MOST RECOGNIZED TRADITIONS IN COLLEGE ATHLETICS The University of Oklahoma has a long and storied history. The rich tradition has given birth to some of the most recognized pageantry in all of college athletics. Here is a look at the origin of some of the elements that create the wonderful atmosphere so unique to OU:

SOONERS College sports fans are hard-pressed to find a nickname that is as unique and as tied in to a state’s history as a Sooner. The University of Oklahoma is the only school known as Sooners and those who claim that they are Sooners say it with pride. The Oklahoma Territory opened with the Land Run of 1889. Settlers from across the globe, seeking free land, made their way to the prairies of the plains to stake their claim. One of the few rules to claiming a lot of land was that all participants were to start at the same time, on the boom of a cannon. All settlers who started then were labeled as “Boomers” and the ones who went early were called “Sooners.” OU athletic teams were called either Rough Riders or Boomers for 10 years before the current Sooner nickname emerged in 1908. The university actually derived its name from a pep club called “The Sooner Rooters.” The success of University of Oklahoma athletics teams over the years has made the nickname synonymous with winning.

BOOMER SOONER One of the most recognizable college fight songs in the country, Boomer Sooner immediately evokes enthusiasm from OU fans and sends chills down the spines of those who dare to oppose them. In 1905, Arthur M. Alden, a student in history and physiology whose father was a Norman jeweler, wrote the lyrics to the fight song, borrowing the tune from Yale University’s Boola Boola but improvising the words. A year y later, an addition was



made to it from North Carolina’s I’m a Tarheel Born and the two combined to form today’s university fight song. Though the tune was first made known by Yale, the everlasting success of Sooner squads has taken the melody of Boomer Sooner to national popularity. Boomer Sooner, Boomer Sooner Boomer Sooner, Boomer Sooner Boomer Sooner, Boomer Sooner Boomer Sooner, OK U! Oklahoma, Oklahoma Oklahoma, Oklahoma Oklahoma, Oklahoma Oklahoma, OK U! I’m a Sooner born and Sooner bred and when I die, I’ll be Sooner dead Rah Oklahoma, Rah Oklahoma Rah Oklahoma, OK U!

MASCOTS The Sooner Schooner is a Conestoga, or covered wagon, reminiscent of the mode of travel used by pioneers who settled Oklahoma. The Schooner is powered by matching white ponies named Boomer and Sooner, and it ventures onto Owen Field in a triumphant victory ride after OU scores. Although the Schooner was introduced in 1964, it did not become the official mascot until 1980. The Schooner is well-recognized by college athletics fans across the country and makes regular appearances at university functions. During OU football and baseball games from 1915-1928, Mex the Dog wore a red sweater with a letter “O” on the side. Mex died of old age on April 30, 1928, and he was so popular among students and faculty that the university closed for his funeral and procession on May 2, 1928.

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In the fall of 2005, the OU Athletics Deparment introduced costumed mascots. The new characters will act as an extension of the Sooner Schooner and its horses to be enjoyed by fans -- especially children -- at all OU athletics contests. The costumes feature traditional collegiate gear as part of their regular uniform, but will don team uniforms for football and men’s and women’s basketball. They were voted “Most Collegiate” by the Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA).

CRIMSON AND CREAM In the fall of 1895, Miss May Overstreet, the only woman on the faculty, was asked to chair a committee to select the colors of the university. The committee decided the colors should be crimson and cream and an elaborate display of the colors was draped above a platform before the student body. The student body approved with great enthusiasm and immediately pennants, banners, badges and decorations of every description appeared on the streets, in the windows, at chapel, in classrooms, and all public places; however, local merchants could not supply the demand. Even though the school colors have evolved to red and white over the years, you can ask any self-respecting Sooner what the colors are and they will proudly announce “Crimson and Cream.”

official colors to show the rest of the country what school spirit and Sooner Pride is all about.

PRIDE OF OKLAHOMA The Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band has been supporting Sooner Spirit for more than a century. Unlike many other college bands, which began as military drill units, the Pride of Oklahoma had its beginnings as a pep band. In the early years of the 1900s, both townspeople of Norman and students of OU participated in a band that played for football games. Professor John Merrill started the first band in 1901, which was composed mostly of townspeople and disbanded after each football season. Lloyd Curtis, a cornetist, founded the first continuous student band in 1904. Today, the 300-member Pride of Oklahoma has members representing virtually every college and major on campus. The Pride of Oklahoma stands for excellence in musicianship, academics, school spirit, and commitment to our role in the surrounding community. Boomer Sooner rings out at the end of each rehearsal, and that song is the defining element of the University of Oklahoma. Maybe that is why Sooner fans love the band so much. Not much can compare to the first “go-go” at a football game when the Pride of Oklahoma marches the interlocking OU down the field playing Boomer Sooner.

OU CHANT The OU Chant is a loyalty song that is sung before every home football game, before and after every men’s and women’s basketball games and at the end of many athletic and university functions. Every fan who wears the official colors, each current student and student-athlete and all OU alumni are encouraged to stand and raise one finger in the air during the playing of the Chant -- a symbolic gesture that shows those who do not know what it means to be a Sooner, the greatness of the university and the unity between all Sooners. The Chant was written in 1936 by Jessie Lone Clarkson Gilkey, who directed the OU girl’s glee club from 1936 to 1938 and was voted Outstanding Faculty Woman in 1937. O-K-L-A-H-O-M-A Our chant rolls on and on! Thousands strong Join heart and song In alma mater’s praise Of campus beautiful by day and night Of colors proudly gleaming Red and White ‘Neath a western sky OU’s chant will never die. Live on University!

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A UNIVERSITY TOWN WITH A CHAMPIONSHIP SPIRIT Norman was recently named by Money Magazine as No. 6 of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best Places to Live among â&#x20AC;&#x153;smallâ&#x20AC;? cities or locations with a population between 50,000 and 300,000. Norman is an ever-changing city of nearly 100,000 residents. Located in the heart of the state, it has grown to become the third largest city in Oklahoma. Despite its continuous growth, it has maintained the spirit and serenity of a small close-knit community. Since the Oklahoma landrush of 1889, Norman has grown into a popular and smart city. The spirit of Norman and its citizens is unwavering and uncompromising. While other towns were clamoring to become the state capital, Norman residents desired to have the first state university. When the first OU president got off the train and saw a prairie, he saw opportunity. As home to the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier educational institution, Norman boasts an excellent quality of life and is a city that thrives on and celebrates the diversity of its community. Legendary University of Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer called Norman â&#x20AC;&#x153;a university town with a championship spirit.â&#x20AC;? Norman continually exhibits its love for sports by hosting numerous local and national athletic events. In the last five years alone, Norman has served as host of the NCAA Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gymnastics Championship, an NCAA menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s golf regional, NCAA softball regionals, NCAA menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gymnastics regionals, NCAA womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tennis regionals, NCAA track and field regional and the NCAA womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball regionals. In addition, the Big 12 Conference Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tennis, Track and Field, Wrestling, Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Golf, and Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gymnastics Championships were held in Norman.

backgrounds, the city has something to offer everyone. Norman is home to a variety of enriching events and attractions, including the Sooner Theater, which hosts a series of entertaining theatrical performances produced by locally-based talent and touring companies. The city also showcases local and regional artists in its annual May Fair. In addition, through the universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School of Drama, School of Dance and the School of Music, stage productions are offered year round. The Medieval Fair has become a springtime tradition in Norman as people from around the country converge on the city for one weekend each April to partake in a fascinating look back in time. Each year, an area park is transformed into a festival of sights, sounds and tastes straight from the Middle Ages. Knights joust, jesters entertain and story tellers spin tales of a magical time in history. The $44 million Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, a state-of-theart facility designed to display a collection of historical and natural science items that trace the southwestâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development since prehistoric times, opened in May 2000. History buffs will also enjoy the Cleveland Country Historical House which holds exhibits relating to the development of this area of the state. For art enthusiasts, the Fred Jones Jr. Memorial Art Center houses permanent collections, nationally and world-renowned traveling exhibits as well as a yearly student art show. The museum has recently added the Weitzenhoffer Collection of French Impressionist paintings -- the single most important gift of art ever given to a U.S. public university. Maintaining a progressive approach to the future while remembering its history, Norman continues to be a well-balanced community, proud to be the home of the University of Oklahoma.

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OKLAHOMA CITY Oklahoma City, the capital of Oklahoma, is located just 18 miles from the Norman campus. It was the first city settled in the Land Run of 1889 because of its position as the center of the state. It is because of this central location that Oklahoma City has become known as the home of America’s Western heritage. Whether adventure, history, culture or sports, Oklahoma City offers a variety of attractions and activities different from any other place in the country. Oklahoma City was born on the afternoon of April 22, 1889, when the central portion of what is now Oklahoma was opened to settlement by presidential proclamation. Thousands crossed the borders of “unassigned lands” at the sound of gunfire at high noon. Never before or since has such a “run” occurred anywhere on the earth. By the time the dust had settled on that historic day, many people had staked their claim at “Oklahoma Station,” an area which was destined to become Oklahoma City, a leading city in America. In 1911,



Oklahoma City officially became the capital after a statewide election moved the state seal from Guthrie. Oklahoma City has become a haven for exciting sports action. It is home of an NBA team, two semiprofessional sports teams and the host of the NCAA Women College Softball World Series and Big 12 Softball Championship. The Oklahoma RedHawks, 1996 American Association champions (then named the Oklahoma City 89ers), are the Triple-A baseball affiliate of the Texas Rangers. The team plays in the 13,066-seat AT&T Bricktown Ballpark, one of the plushest venues in all of minor league sports. The ballpark served as host to a 2004 NCAA baseball regional and the 2005, 2006, 2007 and 208 Big 12 Baseball Championships. Hockey mania runs rampant with the recent success of the Central Hockey League’s Oklahoma City Blazers. The Blazers won the CHL crown in 1996 and are yearly one of the league’s best teams. In addition, the city has hosted numerous PGA and Senior PGA Tour events.

TULSA Tulsa, the state’s second largest city, is located 100 miles to the northeast of Norman in the heart of Oklahoma’s Green Country. Ask people to describe Tulsa, and you’ll likely get many different answers. It was a city forever changed by the discovery of oil in 1901. It is home to art deco treasures and nationally renowned museums. Its African-American heritage left its mark, in both the business and music worlds. And it’s a city of nostalgia and special memories for countless Americans due to its location on historic Route 66. Tulsa is a cosmopolitan town that appeals to both young families and retirees. National touring exhibitions can be seen at the Philbrook Museum of Art, which was recently featured on the television program America’s Castles. For great western art, check out the Gilcrease Museum, and music legends are commemorated at Oklahoma’s Jazz Hall of Fame. Other unique attractions worth a stop include the Elsing Museum, Ida Dennie Willis Museum of Miniatures, Dolls & Toys, Tulsa Air and Space Center and the Fenster Museum of Jewish Art.

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS In 2010, the Sooners repositioned themselves as one of college baseball’s elite programs. OU landed in Omaha in mid-June for its 10th College World Series appearance. With a 50-18 record and a No. 5 final ranking, the Sooners posted their highest finish since claiming the program’s second national title in 1994. While the Sooners succeeded in adding another chapter of success to the storied tradition of OU baseball, the 21 letterwinners and 14 newcomers have unfinished business to attend to in 2011.

The Sooner pitching staff was no slouch either, recording the first team ERA under 4.00 since 1984. The 3.76 ERA was accompanied by a school-record 583 strikeouts.

In 2010, OU produced just the fifth 50-win season in program history, and did so after replacing nine players to the 2009 MLB Draft. This season, OU doesn’t have to go through another so-called “rebuilding process.” The Sooners lost two early entries to the draft in juniors Danny Black and Zach Neal and will have to replace senior Jeremy Erben, the team’s clutch middle reliever who was also drafted. Overall, seven position starters return along with two weekend starting pitchers.

The excitement building across Sooner nation is easily understood as the program returns a large group of savvy veterans entering their third and fourth year inside the program in Elliott Blair, Garrett Buechele, Ryan Duke, Chris Ellison, Casey Johnson, Tyler Ogle, Michael Rocha and Cameron Seitzer. That list of experience alone is long, especially in college baseball, but it’s bolstered by the likes of Ricky Eisenberg, Ryan Gibson, Drew Harrison, Jack Mayfield, Cody Reine, Eric Ross, Bobby Shore and Max White, all of which made significant contributions in their first season in Norman in 2010.

After last season’s successful postseason run, those returners prompted Baseball America to list OU as part of its “Eight for Omaha” in 2011. The preseason rankings mirrored that prediction as the Sooners are as high as No. 5 in two polls. “It’s very flattering, the fact remains that we have to stay humble, hungry and continue to work hard,” said OU Head Coach Sunny Golloway.“And if we do those things, it gives us a great opportunity.” Golloway and company look at Oregon State’s program as a blueprint for success. The Beavers made the program’s second CWS appearance in 2005 and went 0-2. They returned to Omaha in 2006 and 2007 to claim back-to-back NCAA titles. “We believe that’s how it should be done,” added Golloway.“You have to get to Omaha that first time, or in our case, back to Omaha after a 15-year absence. Then once you return with those players, they are hungry for more ... for a national title.” While OU had several unknowns last year, the Sooners’ hard work paid off to display a very balanced squad that ranked in the top 25 nationally in several offensive and defensive categories. Oklahoma was solid defensively once again with a .976 fielding percentage, it also hit over .300 as a team for the fifth straight year and connected for the second most homers in program history (105). 

“While we look back with pride on our recent success, we are extremely excited and motivated to get things started for next season,” said Golloway.“We were a young team in 2010 and will use that experience and build upon that success to make the journey back to Omaha.”

“It was a calming effect last year to look out and see Garrett Buechele and know what he can do,” said Golloway.“This year, we not only know what Garrett can bring, but we know what Cameron Seitzer, Chris Ellison, Michael Rocha, Bobby Shore, Cody Reine, Caleb Bushyhead and all of those guys can do.” In the offseason, the experience laden team voted Blair, Buechele, Ogle and Rocha the 2011 team captains. “Garrett is the vocal guy that keeps everyone loose, and what he does on the field speaks for itself,” added Golloway.“Tyler is vocal and real serious. Elliott is a perfectionist, a model student athlete and a great leader. Rocha has experienced everything practically everything and can be a father figure to the young hurlers. “All of them bring something a little different. You look at the experience of the captains and you have 15 years combined, just one year shy of the maximum. That is crazy experience and a solid group to help lead this club.” OU will depend on that leadership and experience as it faces a grueling schedule in order to make the program’s 34th appearance in the NCAA Tournament and earn a return trip to the College World Series.

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 CHAMPIONSHIP FOCUS The Sooners remain focused on the task at hand after returning to the College World Series in 2010. OU returns all but one position starter from that squad in second baseman Danny Black, who was drafted in June by the Florida Marlins. Black will be replaced by freshman All-American Max White, who started a majority of 2010 in the outfield. White did make six starts at second base and was originally recruited out of Durant H.S. in Oklahoma as an infielder. The Sooners will fill White’s left-field position with a plethora of outfielders, including Ricky Eisenberg, who finished the year as the starting designated hitter but also had 18 starts in the outfield. Below is a closer at each of the Sooners’ returning starters from the 2010 CWS team. 

35 - TYLER OGLE 2010 starts at position ................................42 2010 stats ........................ .331/11 HR/46 RBIs Note: OU’s leading hitter in postseason at .452

33 - CAMERON SEITZER 2010 starts at position ................................63 2010 stats ........................ .305/16 HR/53 RBIs Note: Tied for third in the Big 12 with 16 homers

CATCHERS Returners: Tyler Ogle Newcomer: Casey Coyle, Jake Smith and Tanner Toal

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The Sooners’ experience starts behind the plate as junior captain Tyler Ogle resumes his duties as OU’s starting catcher. Ogle took over the role last season to replace the departure of 2009 Johnny Bench Award winner J.T. Wise. The Sooner program has a history of producing quality players at the position and Ogle is poised to be next in line with talent on both offense and defense. Ogle was hampered by injury early in the season but finished his sophomore campaign strong. His 2010 numbers included a .331 batting average, 11 homers and 46 RBIs. In 58 games played (46 starts), he was stellar on the defensive side with a .992 fielding percentage, while also throwing out 11 on the base paths. “He really caught well last year, especially in the postseason,” said head coach Sunny Golloway.“He threw out would-be base stealers and has always had pop in his bat. After playing all of last year, he has learned the game and he can control the game better. I think he understands the game now and accepts the responsibility of being more of a leader.” After Ogle, junior Tanner Toal brings the most experience behind the plate. Toal hit .357 last year at Howard Junior College en route to collecting all-conference honors. “Tanner is a guy that you watch in practice and you don’t appreciate him, but you see him in games and you realize how special he is,” said Golloway.“You have to remember he started every day at Howard Junior College. He caught Burch Smith there and we saw that chemistry during the Red/White Series in the fall.”

38 - GARRETT BUECHELE 2010 starts at position ................................65 2010 stats ........................ .359/17 HR/65 RBIs Note: Hit safely in 53 of his 65 games played

5 - CALEB BUSHYHEAD 2010 starts at position ................................67 2010 stats .......................... .327/6 HR/40 RBIs Note: Only Sooner to play in all 68 games in 2010

10 BILL- RICKY OWENEISENBERG 2010 at position ..................................0 Tenure............................................1923-1926 Tenurestarts ............................................1923-1926 2010 .......................... .275/342-13 HR/12(.764) RBIs Overallstats Record............................. Record ............................. Note: 27 starts in 2010, 18 in 18-5 the outfield Record........................................... (.783) RecordMade ...........................................

1LAWRENCE - CHRIS ELLISON HASKELL 2010 at position ................................55 Tenurestarts Tenure............................................1927-1941 ............................................1927-1941 2010 .......................... .326/4 HR/32(.702) RBIs Record ........................176-74-2 Overallstats Record........................176-74-2 Note: in the Big 12 with 24 stolen bases RecordThird ......................................89-29-1 Record......................................89-29-1 (.752)

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11 JACK BAERREINE BILL- CODY OWEN 2010 starts at position ................................31 Tenure............................................1942-1967 Tenure............................................ ............................................1923-1926 ............................................ ............................................1942-1967 1942-1967 Tenure 2010 ........................ .340/10 HR/42(.529) RBIs Overallstats Record Record......................... Record.......................... ......................... 281-250 2842-13 28 1-250 (.764) ............................. 42-13 Note: Half of his homers came in192 NCAA Record..................................... Record...................................... ..................................... 192-136 19218-5 -136 (.585) Record (.783) Record........................................... 18-5tourney

The depth behind the plate continues with freshmen Casey Coyle and Jake Smith. Coyle, a talented prep player from Putnam City North H.S. in Oklahoma, could, along with Toal, give Ogle some time off from the strenuous position.

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“We have to bring Casey along because we feel like he is the future behind the plate,” said Golloway.“He may spell Tyler at catcher along with Tanner.

2010 ....................................................7 Tenurestarts Tenure............................................1923-1926 ............................................1923-1926 2010 ........................ 8-2, 3.53 ERA,(.764) 55 Ks Record ............................. Overallstats Record............................. 42-13 Note: at least 5 innings in all18-5 seven(.783) starts RecordLasted ........................................... Record...........................................

“We can’t be thin behind the plate because it is an injury-prone position. You have to have guys that you feel can start every day, and that is how we feel about the catchers on our roster.” 

2010 starts at position ..................................6 2010 stats ........................ .293/15 HR/43 RBIs Note: Played in 62 games (52 starts) as true FR

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Anthony Collazo, Ryan Duke, Ryan Gibson, Jordan John, Jack Mayfield, Tyson Seng and Bobby Shore Newcomers: Steven Bruce, Cale Coshow, Drew Krittenbrink, Kindle Ladd, Scott Myers, Dillon Overton, Cayle Shambaugh and Burch Smith Rotation: No. 1 Rocha (RHP) , No. 2 Shore (RHP), No. 3 B. Smith (RHP) No. 4 Gibson (LHP) and No. 5 Overton (LHP) Bullpen: RHP - Bruce, Coshow, Duke, Krittenbrink, Ladd, Mayfield, Myers and Seng LHP - John, Collazo and Shambaugh Going into last season, the Sooner coaching staff had to replace the likes of Andrew Doyle and Garrett Richards, two highly drafted hurlers that started 19 games with 17 wins. This season, OU returns Michael Rocha and Bobby Shore who combined for 24 starts and won 17 games in 2010. While they provide the calming effect mentioned by Sunny Golloway, OU does have to replace Zach Neal, who was drafted by the Florida Marlins in 2010. Fellow Howard Junior College transfer Burch Smith looks to slide nicely into the weekend rotation. Following the three right-handers is a pair of lefties in sophomore Ryan Gibson and freshman Dillon Overton, who are expected to fill the midweek role for the Sooners. “It’s a much more calming effect going into the season because we know what we have,” said Golloway.“On paper, as far as the wow factor, in other words drafted players, you don’t see that with our rotation. It’s not what you see at some top 10 programs with three out of the four projected as high draft picks. What we do have is experience and success. Bobby won 10 games for us last year, Rocha had eight and is a three-year starter, and Burch has a real high ceiling as probably our highest projected draft pick next year. “It’s a really good staff, I can tell you that. We have confidence that we can match up with the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 with any staff in the country.” Meanwhile, the bullpen is bolstered by the return of closer Ryan Duke (12 saves in 2010), who is featured on the Stopper of the Year preseason watch list for the second straight year. Duke is joined by fellow returnees Anthony Collazo (24 appearances), Jack Mayfield (17 appearances, three starts) and Tyson Seng, who returns to the program after playing a significant role in 2008 and 2009. Nine newcomers give OU a deep bullpen with a mixture of arms from both sides of the mound. “The bullpen is going to be the key, as it is every year,” said Golloway.“We have to fill the gap left by Jeremy Erben. We knew last year we could give him the ball to bridge the gap to Ryan Duke. We are going to give that chance to Tyson Seng this year. He has a tremendous amount of experience, and is a mature 23-year-old senior. Tyson will have a good chance to be this year’s Jeremy Erben. “Kindle Ladd is a guy that has some moxy to him. He changes speed well, mixes well and hits his spots. Anthony Collazo has to step up for us. We are talking about a really talented left-hander that can do a lot of things. He works hard and has a lot of talent. He was a junior last year and hopefully he grew up coming from a junior college and now he knows what to expect.” While Gibson and Overton are penciled in as the midweek starters, Golloway will also use them out of the pen once conference play begins. Jacky Mayfield, who started three games last year, all in Big 12 play, is another guy that will provide depth in the bullpen as conference play begins. “Jack is just too good,” added Golloway.“If he is not starting, there is a good chance he can be a middle relief guy. Shambaugh, Bruce, John and Myers are just some of the others we hope can help us.” 

INFIELD Returners:

Caleb Bushyhead, Garrett Buechele, Cale Ellis, Drew Harrison, Jack Mayfield, Cameron Seitzer and Max White Newcomers: Evan Mistich and Drew Dahlberg The trend of familiar faces continues with the Sooners’ infield. While OU only had one returning starter in the infield to begin the 2010 season, OU returns all but one of the starters in 2011. Juniors Garrett Buechele (3B), Caleb Bushyhead (SS) and Cameron Seitzer (1B) make up one of the top infields in the country. Replacing the lone departed infielder (second baseman Danny Black) is sophomore Max White. Originally recruited as an infielder, White started 50-plus games as a true freshman, but mostly in the outfield. White will not be alone up the middle, sophomore Jack Mayfield will start off 2011 at shortstop in place of Bushyhead, who tore his ACL in the fall. The return of Buechele, who was drafted in the 19th round, and Cameron Seitzer is extremely important in the early part of the season as the youngsters up the middle get some reps. “It’s real important to have those veterans at the corners with some new guys in the middle of the infield,” said Golloway.“When we are running our bunt defense, we are all having to move at the same time and trust each other to be there, to throw the ball. That’s the part I worried the most about in the offseason. Max is extremely athletic at second and Jack is too (at SS). But those other guys (Bushyhead and Black) knew what to do, when to do it and how to do it.“ The sophomore duo up the middle does have experience from a year ago. White started six games at second base last season and Mayfield combined for five starts between second and third base. In addition to their infield duties, Mayfield and White were all-conference performers in 2010 as true freshmen in some pressurefilled situations. “At this point last season, I think Max has a better grasp of our bunt defense,” said Golloway when comparing White to Black.“Danny (Black) learned it and was great at it, and his success last year and then being drafted proves that. I feel confident in Max and Jack. After the first week, they are going to have four games of experience

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OUTFIELD Returners:

Elliott Blair, Tyler Brady, Ricky Eisenberg, Chris Ellison, Casey Johnson, Cody Reine and Erik Ross Newcomers: Cayle Shambaugh The Sooners’ outfield might feature the deepest talent on the team. While juniors Chris Ellison and Cody Reine return to their starting positions in center field and right field, respectively, the Sooners have six other athletes that could start in left. The left field position was filled by freshman All-American Max White in 2010. This season, the role will probably start off with Erik Ross or Ricky Eisenberg, two Sooners who split time as the designated hitter in the postseason. “Left field is all the depth of the other two outfield spots wanting to start,” said Golloway.“We have Ricky, who played a lot ... two games as the DH in the College World Series and two games in the super regional. Then we have Woody (Ross), the Norman Regional hero with the double against North Carolina. He might be the best hitter we have with the new BBCOR bats. Casey Johnson is a senior and a two-year starter, Elliott Blair is a senior captain and can really, really play, and Cale Shambaugh is a freshman phenom that physically looks like a junior.

OU is loaded with experience at every position, but fans can expect to see newcomers like Cayle Shambaugh (top left), Jordan John (top right) and Burch Smith (lower right) in 2011.

as a starting infielder. So the way I look at it, we are going to have returning starters at those positions for the second weekend. “These two guys competed at a high level and played significant roles, especially in the postseason. Just look at game two of the Super Regional. Jack came in and provided that middle relief and Max hit that huge home run to give us a cushion.” Mayfield did not receive the number of at-bats that White did, as he pitched a majority of the way down the final stretch of the season. But the coaches have confidence in him to provide offense as well. He will look to fill the void left by Bushyhead until Big 12 play begins. Bushyhead was one of OU’s top hitters in 2010 with a .327 average and 40 RBIs.

While the position of left fielder is still open for competition, Ellison has center field locked down for the second straight year. The junior speedster stole 24 bases last season to lead the team and ranked third in the Big 12. No Sooner has stolen that many bases in a single season since current Major Leaguer Reggie Willits with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Willits swiped 37 bases in 2003 before getting drafted by the Angels in the seventh round that same year. “Ellison is a five-tool guy and his upside is ridiculous,” said Golloway.“Each year, he has gotten bigger and stronger. The improvement from his freshman to sophomore season was fun to watch. We will look for the same this season.” In right field, Reine will start 2011 in the Sooners’ lineup as opposed to a year ago when he didn’t earn that role until the second month of the season. The Louisiana native fields his position well, but is known more for the pop in his bat.

“We have to make sure he (Jack) is focused at shortstop until Caleb comes back,” added Golloway.“He could see some time on the mound early in the year, but when the game is on the line, he needs to be at short. We don’t need to be taxing his arm early in the year because we have depth on the mound. However, Jack has to help us pitch in conference and postseason play, he is too good not to use on the mound.”

Reine finished the year with 10 home runs, but five of those came during the NCAA Tournament, including four monster shots during the Sooners’ best-of-three series victory at No. 1 Virginia in the Charlottesville Super Regional.

While the middle of the infield remains somewhat of a question mark, Buechele and Seitzer make up arguably the best pair of corner infielders in the country. In 2010, Buechele and Seitzer combined for 33 homers and 118 runs driven in, while fielding their positions like savvy Major League veterans.

The coaching staff hopes to see some production out of Elliott Blair and Casey Johnson. The two seniors have been slowed due to injury at various points during their careers, but enter 2011 healthy and ready to contribute.

“We expect more of the same from Garrett and Cam,” said Golloway. They are the sons of long-time pros and coaches. They understand the game extremely well and will help mentor some of our younger players.” OU has solid depth in the infield with senior Cale Ellis and sophomore Drew Harrison also returning, while junior Evan Mistich and freshman Drew Dahlberg will fight for playing time during their first seasons in Norman. 

“We probably have seven outfielders who can start for us, it’s the truth. Three seniors, one freshman and the rest are juniors. It really sets us up pretty good for the next couple years.”

“Cody has earned a starting spot,” said Golloway.“After his performance in the Super Regional, he was basically a national hero.”

“The amount of talent we have in the outfield is unprecedented,” said Golloway. “When you have guys like Casey and Elliott not even projected as starters right now, that speaks to the volume of depth that this coaching staff has recruited.” The lone new recruit roaming the outfield this season is two-way player Cayle Shambaugh. The freshman from Jay, Okla., is a two-time Under Armour AllAmerican and five-tool player. The coaches will look to get him some reps whenever possible.

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CREDENTIALS Members of the media should contact Craig Moran of the OU Athletics Communications office to request season or individual game credentials for Sooner baseball. Individual game requests should be made no later than 5 p.m. the day prior to the game. Credentials will be left on a media pass list at the L. Dale Mitchell Park gate. Media members should be prepared to produce proper identification. SUNNY GOLLOWAY INTERVIEWS OU head coach Sunny Golloway welcomes in person and telephone interviews by members of the media during the week. Media members wishing to interview Golloway, and other members of the coaching staff, can contact Craig Moran in the OU Athletics Communications office at (405) 325-6449 to set up a convenient time for both parties. Golloway will also be available for brief postgame interviews, usually conducted on the field following the team’s 10-minute cooling-off period and on-air radio interview. PLAYER INTERVIEWS Members of the media are welcome at Sooner baseball practices and players are generally available for interviews following the workouts. Please contact Craig Moran of the OU Athletics Communications office to confirm practice times and player availability. Although the Sooner locker room is closed to members of the media, postgame procedures are informal and interviews may be conducted outside the Sooners’ third base dugout following the team’s 10-minute cooling-off period. In the event of a doubleheader, players will not be available until the conclusion of the second game. Telephone interviews with players should be arranged through Craig Moran of the OU Athletics Communications office. BIG 12 MEDIA RELATIONS The Big 12 Media Relations Office is located in Irving, Texas. Carmen Branch serves as the baseball contact. Her e-mail is Carmen@big12sports.com. The conference 

office number is (469) 524-1000 and the address is 400 East John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, Texas, 75062. The conference also maintains a web site at www. Big12Sports.com. SOONERSPORTS.COM For the latest information on OU baseball, including stats, standings, game notes, interviews and photos, visit the official Web site of Sooner athletics at www. SoonerSports.com. LIVE STATS Live Stats is available to both Oklahoma baseball media and fans. This feature allows individuals to follow a live box score of the game. The box score gives a detailed play-by-play as well as updated stats as the game progresses. All home games and most of the team’s road games can be viewed over the Internet on www.SoonerSports.com. LIVE WEB CASTS Several of OU’s home games can be seen live on SoonerSports.com. In addition to video, the web casts include audio from OU’s radio broadcast and live stats. Click on the Oklahoma All-Access link for membership and additional information. L. DALE MITCHELL PARK OU’s facility is located east of the intersection of Chautauqua Ave. and Imhoff Rd. in Norman. From Interstate 35, exit east on Lindsey St. and proceed approximately one and a half miles. Take a right (south) onto Chautauqua Ave. and continue for about half a mile and then turn left (east) onto Imhoff. The facility is located on the left, directly north of the Lloyd Noble Center. PARKING Although reserved media parking is not available for OU home baseball games, ample parking is available across the street from L. Dale Mitchell Park in the parking lot of the Lloyd Noble Center.

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MIKE TREPS MEDIA ROOM During a special ceremony preceding the OU-Kansas baseball game on April 19, 2003, Director of Athletics Joe Castiglione presented Mike Treps, former Sports Information Director and radio voice of OU athletics, with a commemorative baseball glove and his name is affixed to the media portion of the L. Dale Mitchell Park press box. The presentation and naming of the media room were made possible by a generous gift from Bob Stephenson to the athletics department’s “Great Expectations” campaign. For 27 years, Mike Treps was a fixture of Sooner athletics. High atop Owen Field on an autumn Saturday or just behind home plate throughout the spring, Treps was always a part of the action, which made fans a part as well. A 1956 OU graduate, Treps joined the university as the Director of Media Information in 1972. He moved to the athletics department in 1979 as the Director of Sports Information, wearing many hats along the way as well. He contributed to football radio broadcasts for 24 years and was the Sooners’ baseball voice for 17 years. Treps was on the broadcast team for four national champions - 1974, 1975 and 1985 football, and 1994 baseball. SOONER SPORTS PROPERTIES Sooner Sports Properties, LLC, is the multimedia rights holder for athletics at the University of Oklahoma. Sooner Sports Properties is a joint venture of Learfield Communications, Renda Broadcasting and Griffin Communications. Sooner Sports Properties produces game day radio broadcasts and special programming, syndicated on the Oklahoma Sooner Radio Network, which consists of nearly 40 stations across Oklahoma and surrounding states. The network blankets the state of Oklahoma and also delivers Sooner football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball games to fans and alumni in neighboring states, as well. In addition to the broadcast programming for OU athletics, Sooner Sports Properties has exclusive rights for corporate sales for advertising, event sponsorships, game promotions and cross-retail promotions, advertising sales and vending of game programs and athletic periodicals, and the development of the official athletics Web site, SoonerSports.com, and the subscription-based premium content on Oklahoma All-Access. RADIO COVERAGE New in 2010, Sooner baseball will be broadcast live on KREF 1400 AM. More than 50 games are scheduled this season and will air via the Learfield Sooner Radio Network. KREF 1400 AM also serves as the flagship station for OU softball and provides Sooner Sports Talk Show programming.

CHUCK KELLY Sooner Sports Network | Play-by-Play | Seventh year

Sooner alumnus Chuck Kelly will begin his seventh year as the voice of the Oklahoma baseball team. Kelly, a 1986 University of Oklahoma graduate, owns and operates Dallas/Fort Worth-based Metro Sports Communications and is the play-by-play voice of the Southlake Carroll Dragons. Kelly also is the Metroplex correspondent for Fox Sports Radio. A native of Weatherford, Texas, Kelly majored in radio, TV and film at OU and minored in communications and history. He resides in Arlington, Texas with his wife, Amanda, and son Kalen (1). VISITING RADIO Each visiting radio broadcast team must contact Craig Moran of the OU Athletics Communications office at least one week in advance of the game it wishes to cover. Radio crews will be allowed to broadcast from the visiting radio booth located on the west side of the press box at L. Dale Mitchell Park. A courtesy line is provided, however, any broadcast crews needing additional phone lines or an ISDN line must make arrangements through the OU Telecommunications Office at (405) 325-2033. TV BROADCASTS Facilities are available for network broadcasts. Please contact Craig Moran of the OU Athletics Communications office for more information. NETWORK RADIO AFFILIATES: Below is a list of the affiliates that the Oklahoma Sooner Radio Network covers in Oklahoma: City Station Altus .................................................... KRKZ-FM (93.5) Duncan ................................................ KDDQ-FM (105.3) Enid ..................................................... KGWA-AM (960) Frederick .............................................. KYBE-FM (95.9) Idabel................................................... KBEL-AM (1240) Lawton................................................. KXCA-AM (1380) Norman................................................ KREF-AM (1400) Oklahoma City ..................................... KOKC-AM (1520) Shawnee .............................................. KGFF-AM (1450) Tulsa .................................................... KAKC-AM (1300) Woodward ........................................... KWOX-FM (101.1)

The broadcasts can also be heard live on the Internet via OU’s official athletics Web site, SoonerSports.com. Fans wishing to listen to the broadcasts must subscribe to Oklahoma All-Access, the site’s premium content section.



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WILLIAM AND MARY TRIBE Dates: Feb. 18-20 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: First meeting Last Meeting: NA

ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF LIONS Dates: Feb. 22-23 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 6-0 Last Meeting: 2010, OU won two games in Norman

OAKLAND GRIZZLIES Dates: Feb. 25-27 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: First meeting Last Meeting: NA

UT-ARLINGTON MAVERICKS Dates: March 1 Location: Arlington, Texas Series Record: OU leads 18-9 Last Meeting: 2010, OU won 4-3 in Norman

SAN DIEGO STATE AZTECS Dates: March 3 and 6 Location: San Diego, Calif. Series Record: OU leads 7-1 Last Meeting: 2010

SAN DIEGO TOREROS Dates: March 4 Location: San Diego, Calif. Series Record: OU leads 3-2 Last Meeting: 2009, split two-games at USD

CAL BEARS Dates: March 5 Location: San Diego, Calif. Series Record: OU leads 3-1 Last Meeting: 2009, OU won 9-6 in Norman

ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK TROJANS Dates: March 11-13 and May 4 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 19-2 Last Meeting: 2010, OU won 14-5 in Norman

ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS Dates: March 15-16 Location: Tempe, Ariz. Series Record: ASU leads 47-18 Last Meeting: 2008, OU lost two games at ASU



Head Coach (year at school): Frank Leoni (19th) 2010 Record: 27-24 Colonial Athletic Association (ďŹ nish): 10-14 (8th) NCAA postseason (ranking): NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/4

Home Field (Capacity): Martin Family Stadium (NA) SID: Scott Burns E-mail: sburns@wm.edu Phone: (757) 221-3344 Athletics Website: www.TribeAthleticscom

Head Coach (year at school): Michael Bumpers (4th) 2010 Record: 19-33 Southwestern Athletic Conference (ďŹ nish): 8-16 (4th) Postseason (ranking): NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/6

Home Field (Capacity): Pine Bluff Regional Park (400) SID: Andrew Roberts E-mail: robertsa@uapb.edu Phone: (870) 575-7949 Athletics Website: www.uapblionsroar.com

Head Coach (year at school): John Musachio (4th) 2010 Record: 23-34 The Summit League (ďŹ nish): 13-14 (4th) NCAA postseason (ranking): NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/7

Home Field (Capacity): OU Baseball Field (500) SID: Scott Dunford E-mail: wsdunford@oakland.edu Phone: (248) 370-3123 Athletics Website: www.ougrizzlies.com

Head Coach (year at school): Darin Thomas (3rd) 2010 Record: 29-31 Southland Conference (ďŹ nish): 19-14 (5th) NCAA postseason (ranking): NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost:16/15

Home Field (Capacity): Clay Gould Ballpark(1,600) SID: Luke Brietzke E-mail: lbrietzke@uta.edu Phone: (817) 272-2239 Athletics Website: www.utamavs.com

Head Coach (year at school): Tony Gwynn (4th) 2010 Record: 28-28 Mountain West Conference(ďŹ nish): 13-11 (3rd MWC) NCAA postseason (ranking): NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost:13/16

Home Field (Capacity): Tony Gwynn Stadium (3,000) SID: Dave Kuhn E-mail: dkuhn@mail.sdsu.edu Phone: (619) 594-5547 Athletics Website: www.goaztecs.com

Head Coach (year at school): Rich Hill (13th) 2010 Record: 37-22 West Coast Conference Record (ďŹ nish): 19-2 (1st) Postseason (ranking): Tempe Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/21

Home Field (Capacity): Cunningham Stadium (1,200) SID: Chris Loucks E-mail: cloucks@sandiego.edu Phone: (619) 260-7930 Athletics Website: usdtoreros.cstv.com

Head Coach (year at school): David Esquer (12th) 2010 Record: 29-25 PaciďŹ c-10 Record (ďŹ nish): 13-14 (5th) Postseason (ranking): Norman Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/6

Home Field (Capacity): Evans Diamond (2,500) SID: Scott Ball E-mail: sball@berkeley.edu Phone: (510) 643-1741 Athletics Website: www.calbears.com

Head Coach (year at school): Scott Norwood (3rd) 2010 Record: 29-25 Sun Belt Conference Record (ďŹ nish): 12-16 (9th) Postseason (ranking): N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/14

Home Field (Capacity): Gary Hogan Field (1,000) SID: Joe Angolia E-mail: jaangolia@ualr.edu Phone: (501) 569-3449 Athletics Website: www.ualrtrojans.com

Head Coach (year at school): Tim Esmay (2nd) 2010 Record: 52-10 PaciďŹ c-10 Conference Record (ďŹ nish): 20-7 (1st) Postseason (ranking): College World Series (No. 7) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/8

Home Field (Capacity): Packard Stadium (3,879) SID: Randy Policar E-mail: randy.policar@asu.edu Phone: (480) 965-6594 Athletics Website: www.thesundevils.com

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ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS Dates: March 29 Location: Fayetteville, Ark. Series Record: Arkansas leads 15-9 Last Meeting: 2010, OU won 5-2 in Norman

TCU Dates: April 12 and 26 Location: Norman, Okla. and Fort Worth, Texas Series Record: First meeting Last Meeting: 2010, OU 2-0 in Norman and at TCU

DALLAS BAPTIST PATRIOTS Dates: April 19 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 21-2 Last Meeting: 2010, OU won two games in Norman

NEW MEXICO LOBOS Dates: May 13-15 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 7-1 Last Meeting: 1988, Split two games in Norman

Head Coach (year at school): Dave Van Horn (8th) 2010 Record: 43-21 SEC (finish): 5-5 (15th) Postseason (ranking): Tempe Super Regional (No. 14) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/17

Home Field (Capacity): Baum Stadium (10,737) SID: Chad Crunk E-mail: mcrunk@uark.edu Phone: (479) 575-2753 Athletics Website: ArkansasRazorbacks.com

Head Coach (year at school): Jim Schlossnagle (5th) 2010 Record: 54-14 Mountain West (finish): 19-5 (1st) Postseason (ranking): College World Series (No. 3) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/10

Home Field (Capacity): Lupton Stadium (3,500) SID: Brandie Davidson E-mail: b.i.davidson@tcu.edu Phone: (817) 257-7969 Athletics Website: www.GoFrogs.com

Head Coach (year at school): Dan Heefner (th) 2010 Record: 28-27 Independent Conference (finish): N/A Postseason (ranking): N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/11

Home Field (Capacity): Patriot Field (1,500) SID: Matt Williams E-mail: mattw@dbu.edu Phone: (214) 333-5324 Athletics Website: www.dbupatriots.com

Head Coach (year at school): Ray Birmingham (4th) 2010 Record: 38-22 Mountain West Record (finish): 14-8 (2nd) Postseason (ranking): Fullerton Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/17

Home Field (Capacity): Isotopes Park (11,124) SID: TBD E-mail: TBD Phone: (505) 925-5520 Athletics Website: www.GoLobos.com

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TEXAS A&M AGGIES Dates: March 18-20 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 36-26 Last Series: 2010, OU 2-1 at TAMU

MISSOURI TIGERS Dates: March 25-27 Location: Columbia, Mo. Series Record: OU leads 126-83 Last Series: 2010, OU 2-1 in Norman

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS Dates: April 1-3 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 32-26-1 Last Series: 2010, TTU 2-1 in Lubbock

KANSAS STATE WILDCATS Dates: April 8-10 Location: Manhattan, Kan. Series Record: OU leads 143-48 Last Series: 2010, OU 2-1 in Norman

OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS Dates: April 5 and April 15-17 Location: Tulsa & Oklahoma City, Okla. Series Record: OSU leads 133-127 Last Series: 2010,OU 2-1 in OKC and Tulsa

NEBRASKA HUSKERS Dates: April 22-24 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 115-94-1 Last Series: 2010, OU 2-1 in Lincoln

TEXAS LONGHORNS Dates: April 29 - May 1 Location: Austin, Texas Series Record: Texas leads 123-40-2 Last Series: 2010, UT 3-0 in Austin

KANSAS JAYHAWKS Dates: May 6-8 Location: Norman, Okla. Series Record: OU leads 120-62-1 Last Series: 2010, OU 4-0 at KU

BAYLOR BEARS Dates: May 19-21 Location: Waco, Texas Series Record: OU leads 27-26 Last Series: 2010, OU 1-0 in Norman



Head Coach (year at school): Rob Childress (6th) 2010 Record: 43-21 Big 12 Record (finish): 14-12-1 (4th) Postseason (ranking): Coral Gables Regional (No. 18) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/8

Home Field (Capacity): C.E.“Pat” Olson Field (7,053) SID: Adam Quisenberry E-mail: aquisenberry@athletics.tamu.edu Phone: (979) 862-5453 Athletics Website: www.aggieathletics.com

Head Coach (year at school): Tim Jamieson (17th) 2010 Record: 29-26 Big 12 Record (finish): 10-16 (8th) Postseason (ranking): N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/5

Home Field (Capacity): Taylor Stadium (3,031) SID: Shawn Davis E-mail: stdrgd@mail.mizzou.edu Phone: 573-884-9486 Athletics Website: www.mutigers.com

Head Coach (year at school): Dan Spencer (3rd) 2010 Record: 28-29 Big 12 Record (finish): 13-14 (5th) Postseason (ranking): N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: N/A

Home Field (Capacity): Dan Law Field (4,466) SID: Scott Lacefield E-mail: scott.lacefield@ttu.edu Phone: (806) 742-2770 Athletics Website: www.texastech.com

Head Coach (year at school): Brad Hill (8th) 2010 Record: 37-22 Big 12 Record (finish): 14-12 (3rd) Postseason (ranking): Fayetteville Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/9

Home Field (Capacity): Tointon Family Stadium (2,331) SID: Ryan Lackey E-mail: rlackey@kstatesports.com Phone: (785) 532-6735 Athletics Website: www.k-statesports.com

Head Coach (year at school): Frank Anderson (8th) 2010 Record: 29-26 Big 12 Record (finish): 8-19 (10th) Postseason (ranking): N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/11

Home Field (Capacity): Allie P. Reynolds Stadium (4,000) SID: Wade McWhorter E-mail: mcwhorter@okstate.edu Phone: (405) 744-7853 Athletics Website: www.OKState.com

Head Coach (year at school): Mike Anderson (9th) 2010 Record: 27-27 Big 12 Record (finish): 10-17 (9th) Postseason (ranking): N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/11

Home Field (Capacity): Hawks Field at Haymarket Park SID: Brandon Gries E-mail: bgries@huskers.edu Phone: (402) 472-7781 Athletics Website: www.huskers.com

Head Coach (year at school): Augie Garrido (14th) 2010 Record: 50-13 Big 12 Record (finish): 24-3 (1st) Postseason (ranking): Austin Super Regional (No.9) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: N/A

Home Field (Capacity): UFCU Disch-Falk Field (6,649) SID: Thomas Dick E-mail: thomas.dick@athletics.utexas.edu Phone: (512) 748-9314 Athletics Website: www.TexasSports.com

Head Coach (year at school): Ritch Price(9th) 2010 Record: 31-27-1 Big 12 Record (finish): 11-151(7th) Postseason (ranking): N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/9

Home Field (Capacity): Hoglund Ballpark (2,500) SID: Mike Cummings E-mail: mtc@ku.edu Phone: (785) 864-3575 Athletics Website: www.kuathletics.com

Head Coach (year at school): Steve Smith (17th) 2010 Record: 36-24 Big 12 Record (finish): 12-13 (6th) Postseason (ranking): Fort Worth Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/10

Home Field (Capacity): Baylor Ballpark (5,000) SID: David Kaye E-mail: David_Kaye@baylor.edu Phone: (254) 710-4389 Athletics Website: www.BaylorBears.com

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TICKETS & SCHEDULE

Oklahoma City and Redhawks Ballpark will host the Phillips 66 Baseball Championship through the 2011 season. The event has been contested in Oklahoma City 13 of the last 14 years (All Sports Stadium - 1997; Bricktown Ballpark - 1998-01, ‘03, ‘05-08).

Wednesday, May 25 Game 1 - 9 a.m. Game 2 - 12:30 p.m. Game 3 - 4 p.m. Game 4 - 7:30 p.m.

Attendance records have been set on nearly an annual basis while being played at three sites to date: All-Sports Stadium (1997) in Oklahoma City, AT&T Bricktown Ballpark (19982001, ‘03, ‘05-10), and The Ballpark in Arlington (2002, ‘04). Past championship winners include Kansas (2006), Nebraska (1999-2001, ‘05), Oklahoma (1997), Oklahoma State (2004) Texas (2002-03, 2008-09), Texas A&M (2007 and 2010) and Texas Tech (1998). Big 12 Regular Season Champions 1997.....................Texas Tech 1998.....................Texas A&M 1999.....................Texas A&M 2000.....................Baylor 2001.....................Nebraska 2002.....................Texas 2003.....................Nebraska 2004.....................Texas 2005.....................Baylor, Nebraska (co) 2006.....................Texas 2007.....................Texas 2008.....................Texas A&M 2009.....................Texas 2010.....................Texas



Big 12 Postseason Champions 1997........................ Oklahoma 1998........................ Texas Tech 1999........................ Nebraska 2000........................ Nebraska 2001........................ Nebraska 2002........................ Texas 2003........................ Texas 2004........................ Oklahoma State 2005........................ Nebraska 2006........................ Kansas 2007........................ Texas A&M 2008........................ Texas 2009........................ Texas 2010........................ Texas A&M

For ticket information, contact the Oklahoma City All Sports Association at (405) 236-5000. Start times for this season’s Championship are as follows:

Thursday, May 26 Game 5 - 9 a.m. (loser gm. 1 vs. loser gm. 2) Game 6 - 12:30 p.m. (loser gm. 3 vs. loser gm. 4) Game 7 - 4 p.m. (winner gm.1 vs. winner gm.2) Game 8 - 7:30 p.m. (winner gm. 3 vs. winner gm.3) Friday, May 27 Game 9 - 3:15 p.m. (loser gm. 7 vs. winner gm. 5) Game 10 - 7:00 p.m. (loser gm. 8 vs. winner gm. 6) Saturday, May 28 Game 11 - 9 a.m. (winner gm. 7 vs. winner gm. 9) Game 12 - 12:30 p.m. (winner gm. 8 vs. winner gm. 10) Game 13 - 4 p.m. (if necessary: rematch of game 11) Game 14 - 7:30 p.m. (if necessary: rematch of game 12) Sunday, May 29 Championship - 1 p.m. (Fox Sports Southwest)

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COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS - Led Sooners to program’s 10th College World Series appearance in 2010

Sunny Golloway has led the Sooners to five NCAA Regional finals, 220 victories and a top 25 ranking in each of his six years at the helm of the OU program. In 2010, the Sooners made the program’s 10th appearance in the College World Series and first since 1995. The path started after OU hosted an NCAA Regional for the second straight year and advanced to the program’s second Super Regional appearance. The series win over then-No. 1 Virginia propelled back to the final season at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. OU finished 2010 with a No. 5 national ranking and a 50-18 overall record, marking the fifth season in program history with 50 or more wins. Fifteen of those wins came in Big 12 play as OU finished in second place in the standings for the second straight year. In addition, Garrett Buechele and Max White were named All-Americans in 2010. The two helped OU hit over .300 as a team for the fifth straight year and the pitching staff posted a programrecord 583 strikeouts en route to the program’s lowest earned-run average (3.76) since 1984. The run in 2010 was even more impressive when considering the nine Sooners lost to the MLB Draft, a Big 12 best in 2009. The nine selections tied for the third most in program history. Since 2005, 34 Sooners have been drafted under Golloway. In 2009, OU finished with a 43-20 overall and 17-10 in Big 12 play. The Sooners also dominated the award circuit with seven All-Big 12 honorees, including the Big 12 Player of the Year in J.T. Wise and the Big 12 Freshman of the Year in Garrett Buechele. The league honors were program firsts since the Big 12’s inception in 1997 and were followed up by Wise being named a consensus All-American and the first Sooner to be given the Johnny Bench Award (top catcher).

- Head coach of 2006 and 2010 Regional Champions at Oklahoma - Head coach in 11 NCAA Tournaments - Head coach of six straight regular season and tournament conference titles at ORU - Assistant coach of 2002 USA Baseball Team - Three-time Oklahoma Baseball Coaches’ Association Coach of the Year (1998, 2001 and 2010) - Four-time Mid-Continent Conference Coach of the Year (1998, 1999, 2000, 2002) - Two-time NBC Champions and Coach of the Year (1993,1994) - Assistant coach of the Oklahoma 1994 National Championship team EDUCATION - Bachelor’s degree in business - 1984, Oklahoma Christian College

Including eight seasons (1996-2003) as the head coach at Oral Roberts and his record at OU’s helm, Golloway is 555-272-1 (.671). The winning percentage ranked No. 15 nationally among active head coaches (min. five years) prior to 2011. The Sooners posted a 36-26-1 overall record during the 2008 campaign and advanced to the championship game of the NCAA Tempe Regional. OU finished the 2007 season with a 34-24 overall record and eight Sooners received All-Big 12 recognition from the league’s coaches. In addition, Aaron Baker was named a Freshman All-American and Aaron Ivey was named ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year. In 2006, his first full year as head coach, Golloway guided the Sooners to a 45-22 mark, a thirdplace finish in the Big 12, an NCAA regional title and the program’s first Super Regional appearance (format originated in 1999). The Sooners’ run in 2006 was the best in Norman since the 1994 and 1995 teams made back-toback appearances in the College World Series. OU was one win away from making the program’s 10th appearance in Omaha after Golloway and the Sooners dropped a best of three series to then-No. 1 Rice. Not only did the Sooners enjoy a top 10 ranking for three weeks during the regular season, but they finished the year ranked No. 9 (Baseball America) and led the nation in fielding percentage with a .983 mark (highest in school history and the second best mark in NCAA history). Golloway was named the eighth head baseball coach at the University of Oklahoma on July 15, 2005. His appointment was made after successful stints on the Sooner staff as an assistant and interim head coach, and a strong eight-year run as the head coach at Oral Roberts. In 2005, Golloway was elevated from associate head coach to interim head coach on May 1, when Larry Cochell resigned. He rallied the program to a 12-6 mark down the stretch and led the Sooners to a berth in the NCAA Tournament, including an appearance in the Ole Miss Regional final. When Golloway took over the Sooners in 2005, the team was 23-20 with a seventh-place Big 12 mark of 7-11. The team won its last three Big 12 series to move its overall record to 35-26 and its Big 12 mark to 14-13, good for a fifth-place finish. Golloway, an assistant coach at OU from 1992-1995, returned to OU from Oral Roberts prior to the 2004 season. In his first season back, the Sooners returned to the top 25, recorded the program’s highest finish (second place) in Big 12 Conference history and made a return to the NCAA Tournament, hosting a regional tourney.



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As an assistant on the accomplished OU coaching staffs of the early 1990s, Golloway made three trips to the College World Series, including the 1994 National Championship run. Golloway’s impact has been felt in other areas of the program as well. Four of OU’s recruiting classes since his arrival have ranked in the top 20 by baseball publications, including the 2007 group of newcomers that was tabbed the fourth best in the country by Collegiate Baseball, the highest ranking since 1987 and tied for the second best in program history. At ORU, Golloway posted a mark of 335-156 record (.682). He coached 16 All-Americans, three Freshman All-Americans and 26 of his ORU players were drafted or signed professional contracts. He was honored four times as Mid-Continent Conference Coach of the Year by his peers (1998, 1999, 2000, 2002). Golloway also garnered Coach of the Year acclaim from the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association in 1998 and 2001 and was nominated on two other occasions in his career. Among his many laurels as the ORU head coach, Golloway shaped the successful careers of 34 all-conference selections, four conference Players and Pitchers of the Year and one conference Newcomer of the Year. In his final six seasons at ORU, Golloway was responsible for turning the Golden Eagles into one of the nation’s winningest programs. The program flourished under Golloway’s guidance and tallied 277 wins in that time, an average of more than 46 victories per season, and a .731 winning percentage. Golloway and the Golden Eagles dominated the Mid-Continent Conference after joining the league in 1998, winning six consecutive regular season and tournament titles, and advancing to six consecutive NCAA Regionals. ORU was an amazing 85-5 in conference play over his last four seasons. Golloway’s strongest postseason run with Oral Roberts came at the end of the 2002 season. The Golden Eagles, fresh from winning their fifth consecutive Mid-Continent Conference Tournament title, stunned home-standing No. 14 Wichita State in the opening round of NCAA Regional play. ORU then knocked off the Shockers again the next night, before falling to Arkansas in the Regional final. The national media and baseball coaching community took notice as the Golden Eagles ended the season ranked No. 21 by Collegiate Baseball and 20th by the NCBWA. Golloway is a former Team USA assistant and head skipper of several collegiate summer teams. In the summer of 2002, he was selected to serve as pitching coach for USA Baseball’s National Team. Under his direction, the team recorded the lowest ERA in its history. Golloway also helped lead Team USA to a silver medal at the first-ever FISU World Championships in Messina, Italy. Team USA also won the title at Haarlem Baseball Week in The Netherlands.

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The 1994 season was the last time OU won a National Championship and Golloway was an OU assistant.

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Golloway has accumulated 555 wins over his 14 years as a head coach. Excluding the 2005 season where he won 12 of 18 games as an interim head coach, Golloway has averaged 41.8 wins per season.

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Golloway reached the 100-win plateau at OU in his 154th game. The total was achieved in 2008, his third full season at the helm, tied for the fastest mark in program history.

During his first stint in Norman, Golloway helped guide the Kenai Peninsula Oilers of the Alaska Baseball League to consecutive National Baseball Congress World Series championships in 1993 and 1994. As a result of his successes in those back-to-back years, he was named the NBC Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1994.

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73 all-conference honorees have been coached by Golloway at Oklahoma and Oral Roberts. In the last six years, 40 Sooners have garnered All-Big 12 accolades.

Counting the Sooners’ national championship in ‘94, Golloway won an amazing three national championships in a 12-month period.

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The number of players taken in the MLB Draft during Golloway’s 14 seasons as a head coach. As an assistant and head coach at OU, 66 Sooners have been drafted under him.

Coaching for several high-profile teams has given Golloway the opportunity to help mold many outstanding players. Among those who have come under Golloway’s tutelage are current Major Leaguers Mickey Callaway, Ryan Christenson, J.D. Drew, Braden Looper, Greg Norton, Doug Mientkiewicz, David Purcey and Ryan Rohlinger.

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Golloway ‘s .671 winning percentage ranks No. 15 nationally among active coaches in Division I baseball. See page 66 for a complete list.

Although born in Springfield, Mo., Golloway grew up in Stillwater, Okla., and graduated from Stillwater High School in 1979. He attended Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior College in Miami, Okla., for one year before transferring to Oklahoma Christian College where he received his bachelor’s degree in 1984.

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The number of 40-plus win seasons that Golloway has led his teams to as a head coach in 13 full seasons.

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Golloway has been a part of the Sooners’ last five regional titles (2010, 2006, 1995, 1994 and 1992) and four three College World Series Appearances (2010, 1995, 1994 and 1992).

He has done graduate work at the University of Central Oklahoma and the University of Oklahoma. Golloway and his wife, Charlotte, live in Norman. The couple has three children: Sunni Kate, 25, Taylor, 21, and Callen, 11.



Since 2005, OU is 63-26-1 (.706) in one-run games under Golloway, best in the Big 12.

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YEAR 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

SCHOOL Oral Roberts Oral Roberts Oral Roberts Oral Roberts Oral Roberts Oral Roberts Oral Roberts Oral Roberts

OVERALL 32-24 26-30 45-20 46-15 49-15 48-13 48-19 41-20

8 years

Oral Roberts 335-156 (.682)

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma

12-6 45-22 34-24 36-26-1 43-20 50-18

6 years

Oklahoma

220-116-1 (.653)

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14 YEARS

555-272-1 (.671)

CONFERENCE 18-6 14-4 26-1 24-1 16-2 19-1

HOME 23-5 18-16 22-7 29-4 30-3 29-5 28-4 24-5

ROAD 8-15 8-14 12-8 13-7 15-8 15-6 12-10 16-11

NEUTRAL 1-4 0-0 11-5 4-4 4-4 4-2 8-5 1-4

CONFERENCE TOURNEY 4-0 4-0 4-1 3-0 3-0 3-0

NCAA TOURNEY 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 0-2

117-15 (.886)

203-49 (.805)

99-79 (.556)

33-28

21-1 (.955)

4-12 (.250)

7-2 17-10 11-16 9-17-1 17-10 15-10

6-0 21-6 22-8 21-10 26-5 25-6

2-3 13-6 9-9 6-10-1 13-11 16-7

4-3 11-10 3-7 9-6 4-4 9-5

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

2-2 5-3 2-2 2-2 6-3

76-65-1 (.539) 121-35 (.776) 59-46-1 (.561) 40-35 (.533)

8-8 (.500)

17-12 (.586)

193-80-1 (.706)

29-10 (.744)

21-24 (.467)

324-84 (.794) 158-125-1 (.558) 73-63 (.537)

DIVISION I WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES (BY PERCENTAGE) (Minimum five years as a Division I head coach; includes record at four-year colleges only.) Rank Coach, Team Years Won Lost Tied Pct. 1. Mike Martin, Florida St. ............................. 31 1,627 558 4 .744 2. Mike Fox, North Carolina............................. 27 1,077 371 5 .743 3. Gene Stephenson, Wichita St...................... 33 1,724 596 3 .743 4. Brian O’Connor, Virgina............................... 7 316 118 1 .728 5. Wayne Graham, Rice................................... 19 870 340 0 .719 6. Brad Hill, Kansas St. .................................... 16 648 259 3 .714 7. Rob Walton, Oral Roberts............................ 7 290 120 0 .707 8. Jim Morris, Miami (FL)................................ 29 1,280 542 4 .702 9. Ray Tanner, South Carolina.......................... 23 1,029 455 3 .693 10. Augie Garrido, Texas.................................... 42 1,768 806 9 .686 11. Danny Hall, Georgia Tech............................. 23 945 445 1 .680 12. Gary Gilmore, Coastal Carolina.................... 21 861 406 2 .679 13. Jim Schlossnagle, TCU................................. 9 382 181 0 .679 14. Rick Jones, Tulane....................................... 22 879 417 2 .678 15. Sunny Golloway, Oklahoma............... 14 555 272 0 .671



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Coach, Team Years Dave Serrano, Cal St. Fullerton.................... 6 Dave Van Horn, Arkansas............................ 17 George Horton, Oregon.............................. 13 Brian Shoop, UAB....................................... 21 Mark Marquess, Stanford........................... 34 Bobby Pierce, Troy....................................... 15 Ed Servais, Creighton.................................. 15 Mark Johnson, Sam Houston St. ................. 25 Paul Mainieri, LSU....................................... 28 Mike Anderson, Nebraska............................ 8 Roger Cador, Southern U. ........................... 26 Jack Leggett, Clemson................................ 31 Rich Maloney, Michigan............................. 15 Rob Childress, Texas A&M........................... 5 Scott Stricklin, Kent St. .............................. 6

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Lost 122 347 278 418 719 295 232 540 576 171 430 646 317 113 128

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What are some of this club’s strengths? Depth and experience are the obvious ones and they have been discussed throughout the offseason. What maybe hasn’t been talked about is the team chemistry. I have not been around a club with better chemistry in my 20 years of collegiate coaching. And I can say that, now, before we even play a game in the spring because it’s not going to change. I’ve seen it during the fall, and I have saw it when they reported back in January and throughout all the team practices. What are some of this club’s weaknesses? I think it’s the middle infield, which is something we discussed last year as well. When you have to replace your second baseman and shortstop in the same year, its going to be a question mark, and that was the case a year ago too. You build a team from the inside out and we have two talented players in Max White (2B) and Jack Mayfield (SS) in place to fill those roles. We just have to get that experience early on and build up their confidence. Once Caleb Bushyhead (ACL injury) returns, we will be pretty deep in those middle infield positions. What was the biggest surprise this fall? I am not sure that it’s a shock to anyone inside the program, but it might surprise some outsiders how good of an infielder that Max White is. He is a tremendous athlete and we recruited him originally as an infielder from Durant. He gained a lot of experience last year in the outfield and was a Freshman All-American. He knows how to hit in one of the toughest conferences in the nation and already has experienced a deep postseason run. I think it will be fun for Sooner fans to really see how athletic Max can be. He is a guy that can play nearly any position and he could see some time on the mound. Who do you expect out of this recruiting class to have the biggest impact? I think without a doubt it has to be Burch Smith and that is because he is one of the few newcomers that will start right off the bat. I think everyone, including the coaches, are excited to see him take the mound. He was impressive in the fall and is a guy with Friday-night stuff. He will start off the year in our No. 3 spot, but we expect him to push Bobby (Shore) and Michael (Rocha), as he has the ability to pitch anywhere in our rotation. He runs it up there about 93, 94 on a consistent basis. He has a high ceiling and has already been drafted twice in his career, so you know he is talented. OU has earned a national seed, made it to two Super Regionals and went back to Omaha since you took over in 2006, what needs to happen for this team to accomplish that next goal of winning a championship? Maintaining that excellence is the challenge. What I believe will benefit us the most this season is the fact that we no longer have to sell the idea of getting back to the College World Series. For the past six years, I have been talking to players, coaches and support staff about how special it is to make it to Omaha. Now that we have made it back, these returning players know that feeling. They have been there and done that, and now they are hungry for more. We’ve kicked the door down, now we have to take the next step and win the whole thing. We believe we had the talent last year to win it all. We defeated South Carolina, the National Champion, in game one and nearly eliminated them in our final game. This team has the experience, the depth, the leadership and the talent to win a championship. We just have to take care of our business and to get back to Omaha. Golloway and the Sooners had plenty to celebrate in numerous postseason press conferences in 2010.



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Assistant Coach | Sixth Year Hitting and Recruiting ASSISTANT COACH Hitting Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Sixth year at Oklahoma COACHING HISTORY Oklahoma, assistant coach Grayson County J.C., head coach Hill College, assistant coach

Assistant coach Tim Tadlock, who joined the Sooner coaching staff on August 10, 2005, has placed Oklahoma among the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s elite with highly ranked recruiting classes in each of his ďŹ ve seasons on the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; staff. OU has also thrived at the plate under Tadlock with above .300 batting averages in all ďŹ ve seasons, including the Big 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second best mark at .307 overall in 2010 (eight starters above .300). The last time ďŹ ve straight Sooner teams hit over. 300 was from 1996-2000. Tadlock helped lead Oklahoma to the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 10th College World Series appearance in 2010, and ďŹ rst since 1995. Also in 2010, two OU hitters were selected in the last draft giving OU 16 position players taken in the last ďŹ ve years. J.T. Wise led the 2009 class of hitters with a ďŹ fth round selection after becoming the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst winner of the Johnny Bench Award (top catcher). Wise was named the Big 12 Player of the Year while Garrett Buechele was named the leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top freshman.

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COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS - Helped lead Oklahoma to the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 10th College World Series appearance in 2010, and ďŹ rst since 1995. - Produced two top 10 recruiting classes in his ďŹ rst two seasons at Oklahoma.

Tadlock had an immediate impact on the Oklahoma baseball team in his ďŹ rst year on the staff. In 2006, the Sooners posted the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s highest batting average (.323) in more than seven years. Tadlock also helped the squad record its ďŹ rst batting average over .300 in conference play since the 2000 season. The 2006 Sooners hit .313 in the Big 12, compared to a .256 mark in the season prior to his arrival. The Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; success at the plate played a major role in the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst Super Regional appearance in 2006 and Tadlock also helped six Sooners earn All-Big 12 honors.

- All ďŹ ve OU teams have hit over .300, including a .323 clip in 2006.

His ďŹ rst order of business on the OU coaching staff was to help coordinate the recruiting efforts. His success was immediate as the 2007 class was ranked fourth nationally by Collegiate Baseball Magazine and 11th by Baseball America. The No. 4 ranking is the second highest Oklahoma class and the best since the 1987 newcomers were also tabbed fourth.

- Won two NJCAA National Championships (1999, 2000) as head coach at Grayson.

Most recently, the 2010 class, which included two selected players in the last MLB Draft, was ranked No. 21 in the nation by Baseball America.

- NJCAA National Coach of the Year (1999, 2000).

Tadlock came to Norman after nine successful seasons as the head coach at Grayson County College in Denison, Texas. Under Tadlock, the Vikings posted an impressive 435-130 (.770) mark and won two NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National Championships in 1999 and 2000. Tadlock was named the NJCAA National Coach of the Year following the championship seasons.

- 46 players drafted by MLB during his career

- Won ďŹ ve conference championships and made ďŹ ve appearances at the NJCAA World Series as a head coach at Grayson. PLAYING HISTORY SS - Texas Tech University (1990-91) SS - Hill College (1988-89) EDUCATION - Masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in education - 1994, University of Texas at Tyler - Bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in physical education - 1992, Texas Tech University

Tadlock led his club to ďŹ ve NJCAA College World Series and conference championships. In addition, Grayson also won ďŹ ve District V championships and produced eight All Americans under Tadlock. From 1997-2004, he had the highest winning percentage of any collegiate baseball coach in the country for two or four-year institutions at .774. While at Grayson, Tadlock also served as the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s athletics director, a position he began in August 2000. Under his tutelage, numerous players have been drafted and excelled in Major League Baseball and its minor league afďŹ liates. Among those are John Lackey (LAA Angels), Brian Tallet (Toronto Blue Jays), Victor Diaz (Houston Astros), Jason Alfaro (AAA-Pittsburgh Pirates), Jeremy Fikac (AAA-San Francisco Giants), Kevin Thompson (AAA-Pittsburgh Pirates), Andy LaRoche (Pittsburgh Pirates), Trey Lunsford (AA-San Francisco Giants) and Ryan Rohlinger (San Francisco Giants). He recruited and coached former OU players Andrew McGuire (2003-04),Garrett Patterson (200405) and Daniel McCutchen (2004-2006). Before his stint at Grayson, Tadlock was an assistant coach at Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas, a position he held for four years and took shortly after graduating from Texas Tech. As a Red Raider, Tadlock was an everyday shortstop and helped Texas Tech to a 42-18 overall record in 1991, the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst 40-win season. Tadlock attended Hill College for two years before ďŹ nishing his bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in physical education in May 1992 from Texas Tech. He also attended graduate school at the University of Texas at Tyler and earned his masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in education in August 1994. Tadlock and his wife, Kelly, have two children, Chloe (8) and Benjamin (6), and reside in Norman.



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He duplicated that feat with the Sooners in 2010, helping the program make its first CWS appearance since 1995, and 10th overall. OU registered a program-record 583 strikeouts in 2010 en route to the program’s lowest earned-run average (3.76) since 1984. Also in 2010, three OU hurlers were selected in the Major League Baseball draft, giving Bell 10 during his OU tenure. Bell was named an assistant coach at Oklahoma on July 16, 2007, and in addition to his pitching coach duties, he assists with the program’s recruiting efforts.

ASSISTANT COACH Pitching Coach Fourth year at Oklahoma COACHING HISTORY Oklahoma, assistant coach Tennessee, assistant coach Florida Southern College, assistant coach

Mike Bell completed his third season in Norman working with the OU pitchers in 2010 after spending the three previous seasons at the University of Tennessee, where he helped lead the Vols to the College World Series in 2005.

Four hurlers were selected in the 2009 MLB Draft under his guidance, including first round pick Garrett Richards. Richards was the Sooners’ second first round pick in the last three years but the first pitcher since 2004 (David Purcey). 2008-present 2005-2007 2003-2004

Also in 2009, Ryan Duke (third team All-American-NCBWA) became the first OU pitcher to be named an All-American since Jeff Bajenaru in 2000. Duke led the Big 12 with 16 saves and ranked sixth in the nation.

COACHING ACCOMPLISHMENTS - Helped lead Oklahoma to the program’s 10th College World Series appearance in 2010, and first since 1995. - Had pitchers drafted in the first and/or second round in five of the last six years at Oklahoma and Tennessee. - Mentored a Sooner pitching staff in 2010 with a school-record 583 strikeouts and a 3.76 ERA, the lowest since 1984. - Produced back-to-back recruiting classes that were ranked in the top 15 nationally by Baseball America at Tennessee. - Coached 2005 Roger Clemens Award winner and 2006 No. 1 overall draft pick Luke Hochevar. - Mentored a Vols’ pitching staff with 568 strikeouts in 2005, a school record. - Helped lead Tennessee back to the College World Series in 2005, the program’s fourth appearance and first since 2001. PLAYING HISTORY LHP - Montreal Expos and Baltimore Orioles minor leagues (1995-2000) LHP - Florida State University (1994-95) LHP - Pasco-Hernando Community College (1992-93) EDUCATION - Bachelor’s degree in physical education - 1996, Florida State University

While at Tennessee, Bell built a reputation as one of the top young coaches in the game as he worked with the Vols’ pitching staff and was in charge of recruiting. In three years, he helped produce three All-Americans, three All-SEC honorees, the top four all-time winningest pitchers and four of the top eight single-season strikeout leaders in school history. On the recruiting front, Bell helped Tennessee collect back-to-back recruiting classes that were ranked in the top 15 nationally by Baseball America, including a 2005 class that was ranked sixth best in the country. Bell’s hurlers have also fared well in the Major League Draft as three of his six selections at Tennessee were taken in the first two rounds. In 2007, James Adkins was selected in the first round (39th overall) after becoming the school’s all-time leader in strikeouts with 380. In 2006, Luke Hochevar was tabbed the draft’s No. 1 overall pick (late first round pick in 2005) and Sean Watson, one of the program’s top closers, was also drafted in 2006 in the second round. In his first year in Knoxville, the Volunteers returned to the College World Series for the first time since 2001. That same year, the pitching staff set a school record with 568 strikeouts and posted a top 25 ERA at 3.61. In addition, Hochevar won the 2005 Roger Clemens’ Award and was named the SEC Pitcher of the Year after he led the nation with 15 wins and set a Tennessee record with 154 strikeouts. Prior to his stay at Tennessee, Bell, a 1996 Florida State graduate, spent two seasons as the recruiting coordinator and pitching coach at Florida Southern College (Division II). At Florida Southern, Bell and the Mocs were 79-35 overall and the 2003 and 2004 pitching staffs each ranked in the nation’s top 20 in ERA. Before transferring to Florida State, Bell began his collegiate career at Pasco-Hernando Community College in New Port Richey, Fla., where he was a two-time All-Sun Coast Conference selection. At Florida State, Bell, a pitcher/first baseman, and the Seminoles made back-to-back CWS appearances in 1994 and 1995. During his FSU career, Bell posted a 14-4 overall record with a 3.00 ERA. He struck out 120 batters in 137 2/3 innings pitched and was twice named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll. After his collegiate career, Bell was selected in the 20th round of the 1995 draft by the Montreal Expos. He spent three years in the Expos organization (1995-97) and three more with the Baltimore Orioles (1998-2000). While in Baltimore, he advanced to play two seasons with the Orioles’ Class-AA team, the Bowie Baysox, in 1999 and 2000. Following a six-year minor league career that saw him win 28 games and record 18 saves with a 2.99 ERA, Bell took over as head baseball coach in 2000 at Brandon High School in Brandon, Fla. Under his direction, the Eagles won the 2002 Class 4A-District 9 Championship and Bell was recognized by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA), as the Class 4A Coach of the Year, and by the Tampa Tribune, which tabbed him as the Hillsborough County Coach of the Year. Bell was a two-time all-area selection at Riverview High School in his hometown of Sarasota, Fla. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Florida State in 1996 and is married to the former Alicia Favarato. The couple has a daughter, Alexis Leann (5), and a son, Kyler (3).



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Coordinator of Baseball Operations | Sixth Year Ryan Gaines enters his sixth season as OU baseball’s coordinator of baseball operations in 2009. Gaines completed his first season on the staff in 2006 after returning to OU on August 1, 2005. Gaines is responsible for the day-to-day operations off the fi eld, including team travel, serving as a liaison with the training room, equipment room, media relations, strength and conditioning, athletics administration and Home Run Club. He is also the camp director for the Oklahoma Baseball Camp. The Harrah, Okla., native is no stranger to working for the OU Athletics Department or under Sunny Golloway. Gaines worked as a student trainer for the University of Oklahoma baseball and football teams from the fall of 1991 to spring of 1995. In addition, he was the team trainer for the Peninsula Oilers baseball team (coached by Golloway) in Kenai, Alaska, for three years, including the 1993 and 1994 seasons when the Oilers won back-to-back NBC World Series championships. In 1996, he teamed up with Golloway at Oral Roberts University where he served as the baseball team’s administrative assistant in 1996 and 1997. Prior to his stint in Norman, he worked in the sporting goods industry as a successful team salesman from August of 1997 to July of 2005. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Gaines received his bachelor’s degree in health and sports science in 1996. Gaines and his wife, Kate, who also works for the athletics department as an administrative assistant for women’s basketball, have two children, Hannah (10) and Gabe (6).

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Former Sooner Russell Raley (2003-2006) returns for his fourth season at Oklahoma as a volunteer coach for the 2011 season. The Uvalde, Texas, native coaches first base and works with the infielders and outfielders and assists with the Sooner hitters. While he led OU to three NCAA tournaments, including the program’s first Super Regional in 2006, Raley helped the Sooners make the program’s 10th College World Series appearance as a coach in 2010. OU’s last appearance in Omaha came in 1995. The coach recently completed his second successful stint as the head coach of the Mat-Su Miners of the Alaska Baseball League last summer. Raley’s squad won the ABL Championship for the second straight year as he was again named the league’s coach of the year. Raley, a four-year starter and three-time All-Big 12 honoree at second base, completed his eligibility at Oklahoma in 2006 and later graduated in May of 2007 As a senior, he helped lead the Sooners to a regional title and the program’s first Super Regional appearance in 2006. Raley finished his Sooner career with 237 hits in 208 games played, marks that both rank in the top 10 all-time at OU. He was selected in the 21st round of the MLB Draft in 2006 by the New York Yankees. After a stellar first season with the Staten Island Yankees (Class A), Raley was called up to Class AA with the Trenton Thunder in 2007. 

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OKLAHOMA OMAA AATHLETICS THLETICS ON THE WEB TH Oklahoma’s official athletics site, SoonerSports.com, ranked in the top five across the board in the CBS College Sports Network’s rankings of over 175 school and conference sites for the past year. The University of Oklahoma, in conjunction with its multimedia rights partner, Sooner Sports Properties, signed on in 2007 to become a partner of CBS College Sports Network, the industry leader for online networks. It hosts Oklahoma’s official athletics website, providing Sooner fans with the most in-depth coverage and interactive content of OU sports that has ever been available. The new and improved website, SoonerSports.com, launched on July 1, 2007. SoonerSports.com was revamped in September, 2009. The OU Athletics Department and CBS College Sports Network committed considerable research, planning and design resources in developing the new SoonerSports.com. OU is recognized as a leader in intercollegiate athletics and its official site follows in that tradition. For many, the site serves as the front door to the Sooner experience. SoonerSports. com also provides an integral link between OU student-athletes, their families, coaches, Oklahoma students, fans, prospective student-athletes, alumni, media, donors, corporate partners, the University and peer institutions in the Big 12 Conference and the NCAA. The site strengthens Oklahoma’s commitment in bringing its fans the most extensive coverage of the Sooners direct from Norman. By utilizing the latest technology including webcasts, live stats, blogs, RSS feeds, wireless services and more, OU presents fans with unprecedented opportunities to access official Sooner news, features and multimedia.

and promotional sites throughout the year. OU’s official Online Store, Multimedia Store, Photo Store and online auction platform also give fans access to a variety of Sooner merchandise in one convenient location. Sooner Sports Properties is a division of Learfield Sports, which administers multimedia rights for nearly 35 collegiate institutions and associations including fellow Big 12 members Colorado, Iowa State, Kansas State, Missouri and Texas A&M. The Dallas-based company also secures marketing partnerships for the Black Coaches Association (BCA) and provides exclusive sports programming to more than 1,000 radio stations throughout the country. Additionally, Team Services, LLC, a Learfield Sports company, specializes in venue naming rights, marketing research and sales consultation. CBS College Sports Network is the leading digital and cable programming company dedicated to college sports. Connecting more fans to more college sports than any other company, the network includes more than 175 official athletic sites. Further information is available at collegenetwork.cbssports.com. SOONERSPORTSMEDIA.COM The OU Athletics Department provides an innovative service for media covering the Sooners. Log on to SoonerSportsMedia.com and download high-resolution action photos, mug shots, official OU logos, online credentials and more. Visit the site to request an account for access. SOCIAL MEDIA Fans can also follow the Sooners on Twitter (OU_Baseball and SoonerSportscom) and FaceBook (SoonerSports.com).

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SCOTT BLACK

C.B. ELDER

Baseball Grounds Supervisor | Fourth Year

Academic Advisor | Third Year

Scott Black enters his fourth year with the OU baseball program, acting as one of the facility’s two grounds supervisors. He joined the Sooners near the beginning of the 2008 season and has helped OU host the three Norman Regionals in the last five years.

Starting his third season with the OU baseball team, but 15th year as an academic counselor for the OU athletics department, C.B. Elder advises student-athletes and assists them in developing a strategy for academic success and progress toward graduation.

The Noble, Okla., native, along with Jordan Vasquez, is in charge of all general maintenance of the field and facility and oversees two student assistants during the baseball season.

Elder, who also works with student-athletes in the sports of men’s and women’s basketball, men’s golf and men’s track and field and cross country, is an active member of the National Academic Advising Association and the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics.

He enters his 10th year working with the OU Athletics Department and 17th on the Norman campus in 2011. Prior to joining the athletics department, he worked in the physical plant for seven years. Black resides in Noble with his daughter, Abi (11).

DEBBIE BOYLS

ROBERT FULTON

Office Administrator | 17th Year

Athletic Trainer | Sixth Year

Debbie Boyls, who enters her 17th year with the OU baseball program, remains a vital aspect of the success of the Sooners. Boyls’ front office responsibilities include budgeting, team travel arrangements, recruiting and general office management duties. Her connection to the university extends to her days as an undergraduate at OU where she earned a degree in elementary education. The Kansas City, Mo., native is the proud mother of three children, all graduates from the University of Oklahoma. Her eldest daughter, Beth, graduated with a degree in math education. Both of her younger children, Tim and Kathy, graduated with degrees in management information systems from the Price College of Business. They both reside in the Norman area.

Robert Fulton begins his sixth year as athletic trainer for OU’s baseball program. Fulton began his tenure with the University of Oklahoma as a graduate assistant from 2003-2005, working with women’s soccer, and the 2004 Big 12 football champions. He joined the staff as a full-time assistant in 2005 and currently serves as the head athletic trainer for baseball while overseeing staff for OU’s wrestling team. Fulton also assists in the education and supervision of the athletic training graduate assistants and students. Fulton is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers’ Association. He is a licensed athletic trainer by the Oklahoma State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision and the Texas Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers. In addition, Fulton is certified by the American Heart Association as a CPR/AED instructor. Prior to arriving in Norman, Fulton worked as a student athletic trainer at West Texas A&M University from 1998 until 2000. After earning a bachelor’s degree in sports and exercise sciences at WT, Fulton obtained his master’s degree in health and sports sciences from OU. Fulton and his wife, Jamae, reside in Norman with their daughters, Finley (5) and Daelyn (3).

PAUL BUZZARD

CRAIG MORAN

Equipment Manager | Fourth Year

Asst. Director of Communications | Seventh Year

Paul Buzzard begins his fourth season as the equipment manager in 2011 after joining OU in the fall of 2007. Buzzard’s responsibilities with the team include all ordering, contract purchasing, issuing, inventory, laundry and maintenance of the team’s equipment and apparel. Along with baseball, Buzzard’s equipment responsibilities extend to both men’s and women’s gymnastics as well assisting with football. He also oversees four student assistants. Prior to his arrival in Norman, Buzzard worked as a graduate assistant at Temple University from 2004-2007. With the Owls, Buzzard worked primarily with the football team. Buzzard also worked two seasons in the New York Mets’ organization with minor league affiliates, Brooklyn and Binghamton, where he served as the clubhouse manager. He also assisted with minor league spring training at the Mets’ complex in Port St. Lucie. Buzzard obtained a bachelor of science degree in business management from Gettysburg College in 2003 with a minor in political science. In 2007, he earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Temple University.



Elder previously served as an academic counselor at OU’s University College from 1989-94. He was also director of housing at Texas Wesleyan College from 1985-88 and coordinator of OU’s intramural sports from 1979-84.

Responsible for coordinating all communication efforts, Craig Moran enters his seventh season with the OU baseball team. Moran has also worked the past eight seasons as the primary contact for the Sooner soccer team and has six years experience as a secondary contact for the OU football team. Prior to joining the baseball staff, Moran worked with the men’s and women’s gymnastics team while serving as an intern in the OU Athletics Communications Office. Moran graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2002 and received his bachelor’s degree in sports information with a minor in journalism. Moran came to Norman after serving internships at the University of Detroit-Mercy and with the Toledo Storm hockey team (affiliate of the Detroit Red Wings). Originally a native of Grafton, Ohio, Moran married the former Annette Bryntesson in July 2006 and the couple lives in Norman.

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baseball tournaments. He served on the ACC Finance Committee and was vice chair of the ACC Men’s Tennis Committee.

TIM OVERMAN Strength and Conditioning | 10th Year Beginning his 10th season with the OU baseball team, Tim Overman oversees the team’s strength and conditioning workouts. In the past nine years, 51 Sooners have been selected in the MLB Draft with Overman on staff. During his time at Oklahoma, Overman has worked with several other Sooner athletics teams including football, wrestling, women’s soccer and men’s gymnastics. In 2005, he added women’s basketball to his résumé. His duties extend to developing weight and conditioning programs, advising athletes on proper nutritional habits and coaching athletes in flexibility, speed and agility. Overman is a 14-year veteran in the strength and conditioning field. As an undergraduate at Creighton University, he served as a student strength coach and student athletic trainer before graduating in 2000 with a degree in exercise science. Upon leaving Creighton, Overman acquired an internship with highly-respected strength and conditioning coach Mark Verstegan at Athletes’ Performance in Tempe, Ariz. During his internship, he worked with several Major League Baseball players including Nomar Garciaparra, Lou Merloni and Jeffrey Hammonds. Following his internship, he served as a volunteer coach with the University of Iowa strength staff while taking classes toward a master’s degree. A native of Mt. Vernon, Iowa, Overman is a certified member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He is also a member of the CsCCa (Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association).

The Bartow, Fla., native graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in business, both from Florida State. He also earned a master’s degree in sports administration from the United States Sports Academy. Phillips and his wife Deanna have a son, Payton (16), and a daughter, Kathryn (14).

JORDAN VASQUEZ Baseball Grounds Supervisor | First Year Jordan Vasquez begins his first season with the OU baseball program in 2011, acting as one of the facility’s two grounds supervisors. He joined the Sooners in the fall and, along with Scott Black, is in charge of all general maintenance of the field and facility and oversees two student assistants during the baseball season. Vasquez worked in a similar capacity for the past three years in the Texas A&M Athletic Department where he worked multiple collegiate events, including the 2008 College Station baseball Regional. The Fredericksburg, Texas, native also completed an internsihp with the OKC Redhawks in 2009 under former OU groundskeeper Monte McCoy. In that position, he also assisted with the 2009 and 2010 Big 12 Baseball Championships. A 2010 graduate of Texas A&M University, Vasquez holds a bachelor’s degree in agronomy.

GREG PHILLIPS Associate Athletics Director - Sport Administrator

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT STAFF Greg Phillips joined the University of Oklahoma Athletics staff in June of 2006 after serving 19 years at Florida State University. In his role as chief financial officer of the department, Phillips directs the development and administration of the program’s $67 million budget and coordinates the financial planning, business operations and accounting functions. He also provides administrative oversight for other units including development, ticketing, marketing and promotions, licensing, human resources, information technology and plant operations. In addition, Phillips is responsible for oversight of the football, baseball and men’s and women’s tennis programs. Honored by his peers as one of the nation’s top financial administrators, Phillips has made numerous presentations at national conferences on revenue generation, cost containment and emerging technologies, and he has authored a number of published articles on those topics. A past president of the College Athletics Business Management Association, Phillips remains involved in that organization’s leadership. He is also an active member of NACDA, NAADD and NACMA. Prior to coming to Oklahoma, Phillips served as associate athletics director at Florida State University, where he was responsible for developing and managing budgets totaling $46 million. Phillips also oversaw ticket sales and operations, leading the implementation of a quality service initiative, and he coordinated the integration of the program’s ticketing, marketing and media relations components. He coordinated the formulation and execution of the department’s online strategy and led an information technology team that was recognized nationally for its innovations.

Jonathan Allen ...............................Facilities Assistant Director Mitchell Biesemeyer ......................SoonerVision Casey Bookout................................Information Systems Pamela Carroll ................................Student Trainer Debbie Copp ...................................Publications Director Danny Davis ...................................Facilities Director Dylan Delozier ................................Student Equipment Manager Blair Ellington ................................Student Equipment Manager Bryan Groth....................................Student Coach Haeden Guarnera ...........................Student Secretary Kaleb Herren ..................................Student Coach Ross Hubbard .................................Student Coach Matt Jaques ...................................SoonerVision Janet Jones ....................................Learning Specialist Tory Kukowski ................................Internet Services Jason Matheson .............................Internet Services Scott Matthews ..............................Graphic Design Brandon Meier ...............................SoonerVision David Payne ...................................Information Systems Lindy Roberts .................................Event Management Matt Schaeperkoetter ....................Ticket Office Assistant Director Neal Stewart ..................................Student Equipment Manager Carmen Tebbe ................................Life Skills Coordinator Emily Vetter....................................Student Secretary Phil Wallin ......................................Strength and Conditioning Graduate Assistant Jamaal Walton ...............................Assistant Marketing Director

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DAVID BOREN University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren, who has served Oklahoma as governor and U.S. senator, became the thirteenth president of the University of Oklahoma in November 1994. He is the first person in state history to have served in all three positions. Boren is widely respected for his academic credentials, his longtime support of education, and for his distinguished political career as a reformer of the American political system. A graduate of Yale University in 1963, Boren majored in American history, graduated in the top one percent of his class and was elected Phi Beta Kappa. He was selected as a Rhodes Scholar and earned a master’s degree in politics, philosophy and economics from Oxford University, England, in 1965. In 1968, he received a law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where he was on the Law Review, elected to the Order of the Coif, and won the Bledsoe Prize as the outstanding graduate by a vote of the faculty. As Oklahoma’s governor from 1974 through 1978, Boren promoted key educational initiatives that have had an enduring impact on Oklahoma. Established during his tenure were the Oklahoma Arts Institute, the Scholar-Leadership Enrichment Program, and the Oklahoma Physicians Manpower Training Program, which provides scholarships for medical students and medical personnel who commit to practice in underserved rural areas. Also, the first state funding for Gifted and Talented classes was provided in 1976 and, from 1976 through 1978, Oklahoma ranked first among all states in the percentage increases of funding for higher education. One of Boren’s most far-reaching projects in promoting quality education at all levels is the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, which he founded in 1985. The foundation recognizes outstanding public school students and teachers and helps establish private local foundations to help give academic endowment grants to local public schools. As a senator, he was the author of the National Security Education Act in 1992, which provides scholarships for study abroad and for learning additional languages, as well as legislation to restore the tax deductibility of gifts of appreciated property to universities in 1993. Boren, also a former state legislator, spent nearly three decades in elective politics before becoming the president of the University of Oklahoma. Boren was the youngest governor in the nation when he served from 1974 to 1978. Known as a reformer, Boren campaigned with a broom as his symbol. During his term, he instituted many progressive programs, including conflict-of-interest rules, campaignfinancing disclosure, stronger open meeting laws for public bodies, more competitive bidding on state government contracts, and reform of the state’s prison system, including expanded education programs for first-time offenders and the largest expansion of the work-release program in state history. During his time in the U.S. Senate from 1979 to 1994, Boren served on the Senate Finance and Agriculture Committees and was the longest-serving chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. From his days as a state legislator and governor of Oklahoma to Washington, Boren carried a commitment to reform, leading numerous efforts to make government work better for American citizens. As chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, he strengthened oversight of secret government programs and reformed the procedures for Presidential notice of such programs to Congress.



For more than 10 years, he led the fight for congressional campaign finance reform and for legislation discouraging administration and congressional staff from cashing in on government experience and contacts by becoming lobbyists. In addition, he introduced legislation seeking to limit gifts and travel subsidies that government workers, including members of Congress, can receive from lobbyists. Boren also chaired the special 1992-93 Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress, which produced proposals to make Congress more efficient and responsive by streamlining congressional bureaucracy, reducing staff sizes and reforming procedures to end legislative gridlock. Boren left the U.S. Senate in 1994 with an approval rating of 9l percent after being reelected with 83 percent of the vote in 1990, the highest percentage in the nation in a U.S. Senate contest in that election year. Boren served from 1988 to 1997 as a member of the Yale University Board of Trustees. His university experience also includes four years on the faculty of Oklahoma Baptist University, where he was chairman of the Department of Political Science and chairman of the Division of Social Sciences. In 1993, the American Association of University Professors presented Boren with the Henry Yost Award as Education Advocate of the Year. In April 2004, Boren received the Mory’s Cup from the Mory’s Association at Yale University. In making the presentation to Boren it was noted that he was the first Yale graduate in the university’s history extending over three centuries to have served as a Governor, U.S. Senator and President of a major university. Under Boren’s leadership, the University of Oklahoma has developed and emerged as a “pacesetter university in American public higher education,” with 20 major new programs initiated since his inauguration. They include establishment of the Joe C. and Carole Kerr McClendon Honors College, the Charles M. Russell Center for the Study of Art of the American West, a new expository writing program for freshmen modeled on the program at Harvard, an interdisciplinary religious studies program, the Artist-in-Residence Program, the International Programs Center, and the Faculty-inResidence Program putting faculty family apartments in student residence halls. The Retired Professors Program has been started, bringing 50 retired full professors back to the University to teach freshmen.

The number of new facilities started or completed on the campus during the Boren years has matched the explosion in new programs. Since 1994, almost $1.9 billion in construction projects have been completed or are under way on OU’s three campuses. Among the largest of the recent projects are the $67 million National Weather Center on OU’s Norman campus, the $90 million OU Cancer Institute on OU’s Health Sciences Center campus in Oklahoma City and the $35 million OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center Clinic . Presidential Travel Scholarships, students from 111 countries on campus, more reciprocal international exchange agreements than any other university and the new International Programs Center are all making OU more international. The new Honors College helps to assure that no students need to leave Oklahoma to find an educational experience to match their potential. In 1995, Boren launched the “Reach for Excellence” fundraising campaign with a five-year goal of $200 million, which was twice as large as any fundraising drive in Oklahoma history. The drive exceeded $500 million, raising OU into the top 15 public universities in the United States in private endowment per capita. Since 1994, endowed professorships have increased from 100 to 557 and the OU donor base has grown from 18,000 to more than 125,000 friends and alumni. During the first 10 years of Boren’s tenure over $1 billion in private gifts were donated to the university. Above all, the Boren years have been marked by an emphasis on putting students first. There is not a university president in the country that is more committed to students as his number one priority. He teaches a freshman-level course in political science each semester and is one of the few presidents of major universities to teach. Boren is married to Molly Shi Boren, a former judge and English teacher. Mrs. Boren is President Emeritus of the Oklahoma Arts Institute, which provides education programs in nine arts disciplines for high school students from across the state who are gifted in the arts. Molly Boren has two degrees from the University of Oklahoma, a master’s degree in English and a Juris Doctorate from the OU College of Law. A native of Seminole, Boren has two children, Carrie Christine Boren, an Episcopal minister, and David Daniel Boren, a member of the United States Congress from Oklahoma. Devoting much of his life to public service, Boren drew from the example of his parents, the late Congressman Lyle H. Boren and Christine Boren.

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JOE CASTIGLIONE

University of Oklahoma Vice President/Director of Athletics Excellence is a word that is often overused yet, when The University of Oklahoma is mentioned with the word excellence, the meaning comes through. From one of the best universities in the nation to a department of intercollegiate athletics that is second to none, excellence is the norm. As successful at the last 10 years have been, on campus and in competition, a new standard has been set and leading that effort is Joe Castiglione, the Sooner AD since 1998. Castiglione’s Sooner team has created a place where competitive dreams come true and academic goals are the expectations, not the exceptions. Through his leadership and the support of the University’s administration, there is a department-wide commitment, involving student-athletes, coaches and staff, to that standard. With the support of OU President David L. Boren and OU’s seven-member Board of Regents and Castiglione’s leadership, the OU athletics department represents a climate that creates lofty goals, high standards and a commitment to ethical behavior that is second to none. For Castiglione, though, it’s not just about the championships and trophies. The victories that he celebrates with his Sooners include graduation rates that continue to climb, record-setting grade point averages and academic honors. The true measure of achievement for Castiglione and, by extension, the department’s coaches and staff, is measured in the success of the student-athletes in relation to the department’s mission statement “Inspiring champions today … Preparing leaders for tomorrow” Since arriving at OU in 1998 after an outstanding administrative career at Missouri, Castiglione has seen the Sooners finish in the top 30 of the Learfield Director’s Cup in 10 of the last 12 years. OU finished 12th after the 200910 academic year, a position that marked an all-time best performance in the annual ranking of programs that succeed across the board. Through his insistence that daily and longterm decisions be made in a financially responsible manner, the department has closed the books in the black in each of the last 12 years. His understanding of how the department fits into the University’s academic mission led to a decision in June 2009 to increase the direct support provided by the department on an annual basis to $4 million dollars.Through direct and indirect support, OU Athletics, under Castiglione’s leadership, provides more than $7 million annually to OU’s Academics Budget.

Castiglione was named National Athletic Director of the Year in May 2009 by the Sports Business Journal. That award was one of several earned by Castiglione and the department. The 2007 PRISM Award winner, presented by the School of Sports Management at the University of Massachusetts, OU was just the second Division I winner and all of the programs recognized by the selection panel were started under Castiglione’s leadership with the full support of university administration. His peers have honored him for the department’s achievements as well. In October 2004, the Bobby Dodd Foundation named him Athletics Director of the Year. In 2003, he was inducted into the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators Hall of Fame. In June 2001, he received the General Robert R. Neyland Athletic Director Award for lifetime achievement from the AllAmerican Football Foundation. The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) named him Central Region AD of the Year in 2000. The achievement that may bring him the most pride, though, came in May 2007 when he completed his master’s of education degree from OU. To understand the need for education and lifelong learning, OU’s student-athletes just have to look at their AD who started and completed his master’s degree while running the department and maintaining his priorities to his family. He quickly put his experience to use as an adjunct professor in the College of Education, teaching graduate classes in Marketing Development and Leadership in Higher Education. Castiglione was instrumental in the athletics department’s major campaign, Great Expectations: The Campaign For Sooner Sports. The campaign ended in November of 2003 with more than $125 million raised. The figure has grown to more than $220 million since then as funds continue to be raised for facility improvements and scholarship endowments. The largest fund-raising effort in OU athletics history includes projects that impact each of OU’s nearly 500 student-athletes and has become a national model for intercollegiate athletics. Hired on April 30, 1998, Castiglione joined the Sooner family after serving as athletics director at Missouri. In his 17-year

career with the Tigers, Castiglione, who was named director of athletics at Missouri on Dec. 15, 1993, was credited with rebuilding sports programs, hiring outstanding coaches, implementing an innovative master plan for facilities, inspiring record-setting increases in fund-raising and balancing the budget in each of his five years as athletics director. A 1979 Maryland graduate, Castiglione received the University’s Distinguished Alumnus Award in April 2007. He began his career as the sports promotions director at Rice. He then worked a year as director of athletic fund-raising at Georgetown before being hired in 1981 at Missouri as director of communications and marketing. His commitment to the success of student-athletes has gone beyond the Norman campus and he has served at national and conference level. He chairs the NCAA’s Football Academic Progress Rate (APR) Working Group and is currently serving on the Gatorade Collegiate Advisory Board and the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Board of Directors. He served two previous terms and is the current chair of the Big 12 Board of Athletics Directors and is a past president of both the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association and NACDA. He served a four-year term on the NCAA Championship/Competition Cabinet and the NCAA Baseball Committee and is a past member of the NCAA Football Special Events Certification Committee. He recently served on the NCAA Diversity Leadership Strategic Planning Committee and the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Discussion Group. A member of the Phi Delta Theta Foundation Board of Trustees, he is a highly requested speaker at annual conventions and continuing education institutes. His involvement in the local community has led to service with civic clubs, churches and charities, including the United Way of Norman. Castiglione served his third term as OU’s campus co-chair this past year, which resulted in the highest recorded contributions ever by faculty, staff and students to the United Way of Norman’s annual campaign. A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Castiglione is married to the former Kristen Bartel, a 1990 graduate of the University of Missouri. They are the parents of two sons, Joseph Robert, Jr. and Jonathan Edmund.

The 11th director of athletics in University of Oklahoma history, Castiglione is quick to give full credit to the studentathletes and coaches, the staff, OU President David L. Boren, the OU Board of Regents, the donors and the fans for the success experienced during his tenure. It was that commitment to a team approach emphasis that was one of the many qualities that that the search committee recognized when they recommended Castiglione to university administration in 1998. In recognition of the performance of OU’s teams on the field and in the classroom, of the fiscal stability created during his tenure, the dramatic increases in donor giving, facility construction and renovations, and the cutting-edge programs that the department has begun during his tenure,



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2010 [SOPHOMORE]: Third in the Big 12 with 24 stolen bases (stole four in 2009), the most by a Sooner since Reggie Willits had 37 in 2003 ... Stole three bases vs. TAMU-CC (most by a Sooner in 2010) ... Career-high nine-game hitting streak ended in loss to Nebraska ... Hit .361 (13-for-36) in that span with 11 RBIs and two homers ... Started as leadoff hitter in 28 games overall ... Tied career high with three RBIs on March 17 vs. UMass ... Hit safely in 42 of 55 starts, including 25 of last 30 (36 hits and 16 RBIs) ... Missed ďŹ ve games with ankle sprain (April 25-May 3) ... Had two stolen bases on May 15 against Memphis, his fourth multiple-stolen base game of 2010 ... Had one error on the season and did not commit a miscue in last 52 games. SUMMER 2009: Played alongside Caleb Bushyhead foor the Peninsula Oilers in the Alaska Baseball League ... Finished 16-for-16 on stolen bases annd ďŹ nished second in ABL ... Led team in runs (19) and stolen bbases ... Tied Bushyhead for seecond on the team with 32 hits. 2009 [FFRESHMAN]: Made 333 of his 36 starts in right ďŹ eld ... Seasson-high ďŹ ve-game hitting streak ended in NCAA Regionaal ďŹ nal against Arkansas ... Reccorded a hit in each of his ďŹ rst ďŹ ve starts ... Had nine multi-hit games, including season-higgh four hits at Baylor on April 26 ... Drove in career-high three ruuns on three se s paraate te occ ccas asio as i ns io ns (Marrch 3 vs. Arkansas Little Rock, May 5 at UT Arliing n ton and May 22 vs. Texas Te AA&M) ... Hit. 340 in Big 12 play in 19 games (17 starts) ... Hit safely in ďŹ ve oof the seven postseason games with a .333 clip. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner undder heead coach Brian Aylor at Norman North High School ... Honored as a preseeasoon Rawlings All-American prior to senior season ... Named all-state during hiis ďŹ nnal season when he posted a .432 batting average with four homers ... Helped team m win two conference titles and two regional championships. PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Ryann Elllison ... Born in Norman, Okla. ... Parents are Mike and Denise Ellison ... Has fourr older siblings: Shawn, Mary, Jeff and Paul ... Multidisciplinary studies major.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2009 .316 53-36 117 27 37 5 1 3 22 53 .453 15 3 32 3 .407 0 11 4-8 65 2 4 .944 2010 .326 61-56 193 55 63 10 3 4 32 91 .472 31 4 48 1 .426 2 15 24-28 108 1 1 .991 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .323 114-92 310 82 100 15 4 7 54 144 .465 46 7 80 4 .419 2 26 28-36 173 3 5 .972



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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: • Hits ........................3, March 30, 2010 vs. UAPB • Runs.......................2, twice, last: March 31, 2010 vs. UAPB • RBI .........................7, March 31, 2010 vs. UAPB PB .........2, March 30-31, 2010 • Hitting Streak Streak.........2, • Made first career start on April 2 against Texas • Had a grand slam and seven RBIs on March 31, 2010 vs. UAPB

2010 [JUNIOR]: Appeared in 30 games off the bench at second base, third base and shortstop ... Made first career start vs. Texas on April 2 at SS ... Also started at 2B on April 18 at Texas Tech ... Recorded first career hit against Houston Baptist on March 10 ... Hit a grand slam and had career-high seven RBIs in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (March 30) ... Had three RBIs against Dallas Baptist in Norman. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played shortstop for Seminole State College ... Played in 2009 NJCAA World Series ... Team was 2009 NJCAA Central District and NJCAA Region II Champions ... Hit .299 with 11 doubles, 28 RBIs and 14 stolen bases as a sophomore ... Hit .307 with eight doubles and 28 RBIs in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time letterwinner under head coach Jarod Freeman at PPawnee High School ... Hit .515 with nine homers and 35 stolen bases as a senior ... Also had a 5-1 mark on the mound with a 11.60 ERA ... Oklahoma Region II Male Athlete of thhe Yeaar ... All-state for baseball and football ... Stillwater News Press Area Player of the Year foor foottball ... Starting quarterback in 2006 annd 2007 and at linebacker/safety. PERSON NAL: Full nam me Joshua Cale Ellis ... Born in Enid, Okla. ... Parentts are DDavid and Susan Ellis ... Has three sibblings: Tyler, Colby and Trent ... Colby plays footbaall at Noortheastern Oklahoma and Tyler at Central Oklahoma ... Mathematics major.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2010 .429 30-2 21 9 9 0 1 1 14 14 .667 7 2 3 0 .600 0 1 1-2 13 22 3 .921 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .429 30-2 21 9 9 0 1 1 14 14 .667 7 2 3 0 .600 0 1 1-2 13 22 3 .921



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2010 [JUNIOR]: Started 24 games in left field and one at DH ... Career-best 13-game hitting streak ended on April 1 ... Finished streak 18-for-44 (.409) at the plate with seven RBIs ... Five of his seven multiple-hit games came in the streak ... Tied career-high with three hits in game two at San Diego State.

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: â&#x20AC;˘ Hits ........................3, 10 times, last: Feb 20, 2010 @ SDSU â&#x20AC;˘ Runs.......................3, Four times, last: March 24, 2009 vs. C. Arkansas â&#x20AC;˘ RBI .........................6, March 22, 2009 @ KSU â&#x20AC;˘ Hitting .........13, March 7-March 31, 2010 ing Streak Streak.........13, â&#x20AC;˘ Recorded 36 multi-hit games and 18 multi-RBI games in career â&#x20AC;˘ Has more games played (149) than any other Sooner on 2011 roster

SUMMER 2009: Played alongside Jason Chowning for the Hyannis Mets of the Cape Cod League ... Had 10 hits in 27 games played. 2009 [SOPHOMORE]: Started 58 of OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 63 games in left ďŹ eld ... Played in all but one contest ... Started 24 games in Big 12 play and posted teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fourth best average with a .318 clip in conference action ... Also hit four homers and drove in 20 runs in Big 12 play ... Hit over .300 for the second consecutive season ... EEnters 2010 season with more starts than any other Sooner on the roster ... Tied for fourth on the tteam with 44 RBIs ... Drove in career-high six RBIs in March 22 game at Kansas State and hit two hhomers off thhe bench ... Six RBIs was a team best in 2009 ... Second on the team with four triples aand thirdd witth nine stolen bases ... Hit in a season-high 10 straight games from March 21 - April 8 .... Hit .4441 in that span with four homers and 18 RBIs (.941 slugging percentage). 2 [FFRESSHMAN]: 2008 OOne of two ffreshman to start opening day ... 27 of his 40 starts came in right ďŹ eld (12 in LLF, one at DH) ... Hit. 400 with four RBIs in Tempe Regional ... Hit .364 with three RBIs in coonfereence tournament ... Finished postseason with a .385 average (10-for-26) ... Sevenggame hittinng streak ended in season ďŹ nale against Arizona State ... Hit ďŹ rst career homer againsst Norrth Dakota State in game one of a doubleheader on March 5 ... Had a seasonhhigh three hits in four different games, including the last against Kansas State on May 11 .... Alsoo tiedd a season high with three RBIs in that game ... Tied that RBI total in elimination ggame of NCAA Tournament against Vanderbilt on June 1 ... Posted season-high 11-game hhitting streak from March 4 - March 16 ... Connected for 17 hits in that span with 10 RBIs ... Hom mereed in consecutive games (April 5-6) ... Saw ďŹ rst action on May 3 against Kansas aafter leaviing the Missouri game on April 18 with a strained hip ďŹ&#x201A;exor ... Returned to make ďŹ ďŹ rst sstart on May 11 vs. KSU and drove in two runs ... Finished season with teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second bbest battiing average (.346) and hit .293 in Big 12 play. S MMERR 2007: SUM PPlayyed foor the Dallas Mustangs of the Connie Mack League and connected for nine home ruunss. H GH SCCHOOL: HIG FFouur-year letterwinner at Mesquite High School under Todd Ritter ... Hit .618 with 17 ddouubless, ďŹ ve homers and 23 RBIs ... Named ďŹ rst team all-state as a senior ... Three-time, ďŹ ďŹ rsst teaam all-district honoree (2007, 2006, 2005). PERSOONAL: PE FFuull name is Casey Jordan Johnson ... Born in Dallas, Texas ... Parents are Kerry and Jay Joohnsoon ... Multidisciplinary studies major.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2008 .346 48-40 136 24 47 9 1 4 24 70 .515 16 2 27 1 .422 0 1 5-6 61 3 5 .928 2009 .307 62-58 205 44 63 10 4 7 44 102 .498 37 3 59 1 .417 2 5 9-9 82 3 3 .966 2010 .267 39-25 105 16 28 3 0 2 10 37 .352 9 2 26 3 .336 0 0 2-2 27 0 1 .964 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .309 149-123 446 84 138 22 5 13 78 209 .469 62 7 112 5 .400 2 6 16-17 170 6 9 .951

  

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Junior | INF | 5-11 | 175 | L/R Mannford, Okla. - Mannford H. S. up for da

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: â&#x20AC;˘ Hits ........................3, 6x, last: May 19, 2010 vs. Texas Southern â&#x20AC;˘ Runs.......................3, 3x, last: May 22, 2010 at Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ RBI .........................3, 4x, last: May 1, 2010 vs. Kansas State â&#x20AC;˘ Hitting Streak.........18, April 24 - May 3 â&#x20AC;˘ Only Sooner in 2010 to play in all 68 games (led OU with 67 starts) â&#x20AC;˘ 2010 quarterďŹ nalist for Brooks Wallace Award (nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top shortstop)

2010 [SOPHOMORE]: 2010 quarterfinalist for Brooks Wallace Award (nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top shortstop) ... All-Big 12 second team (Waco Tribune) ... Academic All-Big 12 second team ... Only Sooner to play in all 68 games ... Led OU with 67 starts ... Made 20 appearances, all off the bench, in 2009 ... Second on OU with 24 multiple-hit games, including two or more base knocks in 11 of the last 24 games ... Had career-high three hits and three RBIs in second game of the season vs. SDSU ... Had six hits in that doubleheader ... Tied career-high with three hits at TTU (GM2) and at Texas A&M (GM3)... Hit safely in 33 of the last 37 games with 51 hits and 23 RBIs, including career-high 18-game streak (second longest by a Sooner in 2010 and 10th longest in school history) ... Hit .368 (28-for-76) during streak with nine doubles, a triple, two homers and 13 RBIs ... Had four hits and four RBIs in College World Series ... Finished season on eight-game hitting streeak. SUMM MER 2009: M Played alonngside Chris Ellison for the Peninsula Oilers in the Alaska Baseball League ... Tied Ellisoonn for ssecond on the team with 32 hits ... Started a team-high 46 games. 20099 [FREESHMAN]: Saw aactionn in 22 games as a reserve, including ďŹ ve games in Big 12 play ... Played in 10 gam mees in thhe ďŹ eld at second base and shortstop ... Drove in ďŹ rst career run in Feb. 22 game agaiinnst Weestern Illinois ... Collected ďŹ rst collegiate hit as a pinch hitter in March 3 game againnst Arkkansas Little Rock ... Also scored a run in that game. HIGGH H SCHOOOL: Fouurr-year leetterwinner at Mannford High School under head coach Jon Aven ... Hit .524 witthh 10 hom mers, 55 RBIs and 22 doubles as a senior ... Named 2008 Tulsa All-Metro and Tullssa 7 Conference player of the year ... Also member of the Large East All-State team ... Helpped leadd Mannford to the Tulsa 7 Conference Championship in 2007 and 2008 and waass a state qualiďŹ er in 2008. PEERRSONALL: Fuulll name iss John Caleb Bushyhead ... Born in Tulsa, Okla. ... Parents are Dow and Leanne Buusshyhead ... Uncle, Rodney Kilgore, wrestled at OU ... Has an older brother, Ian, and a yoounger broother, Sky ... Communication major.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2009 .083 22-0 12 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 .083 1 1 2 1 .214 0 0 0-0 3 10 1 .929 2010 .327 68-67 257 49 84 16 3 6 40 124 .482 21 4 43 4 .380 5 5 13-20 91 166 17 .938 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .316 90-67 269 53 85 16 3 6 41 125 .465 22 5 45 5 .372 5 5 13-20 94 176 18 .938



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JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played for Grayson Community College under head coach Dusty Hart ... Received medical redshirt during 2009 season ... Member of NJCAA National Champions in 2008 when he hit over .500 in World Series ... Finished season with .333 clip and 15 doubles, 30 RBIs and 21 stolen bases. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year e year letterwinner under head coach Jim Gatewood at McKinney North High School ... Three-time all-district honoree in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... Led team as a senior with 33 hits and 11 stolen bases en route to a .303 303 batting aaver average with 28 runs scored ... Named district Newcom mer of the Year in 2005 and ďŹ rst team All-Coollin County ... Team was district champions in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and advanced to staate semiďŹ nals in 2006.

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YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2010 .194 47-17 67 26 13 2 0 0 8 15 .224 11 3 10 0 .333 0 3 12-16 39 1 2 .952 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals .194 47-17 67 26 13 2 0 0 8 15 .224 11 3 10 0 .333 0 3 12-16 39 1 2 .952

 

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2010 [FRESHMAN]: Freshman All-American (Baseball America, Collegiate Baseballl and National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association) ... 2010 All-Big 12 honorable mention (coaches) ... All-Big 12 second team (Waco Tribune) ... Homered in second plate appearance and ďŹ rst ofďŹ cial at-bat at Jacksonville ... Collected at least one hit in 36 of his 52 starts (9 at DH, 6 at DH, 5 in RF and 32 in LF) ... Had career-high three hits at Texas Tech (GM1), Missouri (GM3), HBU, UMass (GM1), Nebraska (GM1), UALR, Kansas (GM1) and Baylor (Big 12 Champ.)... Drove in a season-high four runs vs. Kansas State(GM3) ... Third on team and tied for fourth in the Big 12 with 15 homers ... Hit safely in 28 of last 38 games with 45 hits, 32 RBIs and 10 homers ... Career-high seven-game hitting streak ended in series opener against Memphis ... Hit .379 (11-for-29) with three multiple-hit games and eight RBIs ... Nine Big 12 homers is tied for ďŹ rst in conference play ... 11 of his 15 multi-hit games came against Big 12 foes. HIGH SCHOOL: Four Four-year yea letterwinner under head coach Zach Crabtree at Durant H.S. ... Led the Oklahoma City areaa with a .576 average en route to ďŹ rst team all-state honors ... Also had 16 home runs, 677 RBIs,, 558 runs scored, 35 stolen bases and nine triples ... Recorded an 8-4 mark with a 1.13 ERRA andd 120 strikeouts in 67.2 innings in 2009 ... Named MaxPreps Baseball All-American in 2009 ((Medium Schools) ... Named all-state honorable mention in 2008 after hitting .468 wiith 13 ddoubles, nine homers and 59 RBIs ... Also named honorable mention all-state in 2006 annd 200077.

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: â&#x20AC;˘ Hits ........................2, May 21, 2010 at Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ Runs.......................2, March 30, 2010 vs. UAPB â&#x20AC;˘ RBI .........................2, April 9, 2010 vs. Mizzou â&#x20AC;˘ Hitting Streak.........3, March 10-13, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Innings...................9.0, May 9, 2010 vs. OSU â&#x20AC;˘ Strikeouts...............7, Strikeouts...............7, 7 May M 9, 9 2010 vs. OSU S â&#x20AC;˘ Pitches ...................117, 117 May 9, 9 2010 vs. vs OSU

2010 [FRESHMAN]: All-Big 12 second team utility player (coaches) ... Only Sooner to pitch and play the field in 2010 ... Did both in win over TAMU-CC ... Had first career hit in game two at SDSU ... Recorded first career win with 3 1/3 innings vs. UMass on March 17 ... Blanked opposition in 12 of 17 outings ... Had second win with 3.2 IP vs. Kansas State on May 2 (longest relief outing) ... Tossed a complete-game shutout in first start against OSU on May 9 with zero walks, five hits and seven strikeouts ... Big 12 Pitcher of the Week on May 10 ... Won second straight start vs. Memphis ... Produced shortest start (3 IP) on May 22 at Kansas ... Made eighth start in the lineup (DH) on May 21 at Kansas ... Improved to 5-0 with 3 1/3 relief at No. 1 Virginia in ggame two of the Super Regional on June 13. HIG GH SCCHOOL: Fouur-yeeaar letterwinner under head coach Gene Flores at Del Rio H.S. ... Three-time ďŹ rsst teaam m all-district honoree (2007-09) ... Drove in 80 runs with 18 homers and had a caareer batting average over .400 in prep career ... Hit .481 with nine homers and 30 RBIs in 22009 ... Named team most valuable player as a senior ... Hit .372 with six homerss, sevenn doubles and 19 RBIs in 2008. PERSO ONAAL: Fulll nam mee is David Jack MayďŹ eld ... Born in Del Rio, Texas ... Son of David and Maria MayďŹ el a ld .... Has an older brother, Hector, and sister, Fatima ... Business major.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2010 .235 18-6 34 5 8 2 0 0 6 10 .294 4 3 3 1 .366 0 2 1-2 14 28 1 .977 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .235 18-6 34 5 8 2 0 0 6 10 .294 4 3 3 1 .366 0 2 1-2 14 28 1 .977 YEAR ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG. WP HBP SFA SHA 2010 2.47 5-0 17 3 1 1/0 0 43.2 43 19 12 13 29 3 2 2 186 .253 1 1 1 1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total 2.47 5-0 17 3 1 1/0 0 43.2 43 19 12 13 29 3 2 2 186 .253 1 1 1 1

 

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: â&#x20AC;˘ Hits ........................2, 7x, last: June 5, 2010 vs. North Carolina â&#x20AC;˘ Runs ......................2,, 4x,, last: ast: June 5, 2010 vs. North Carolina â&#x20AC;˘ RBI .........................2,twice, last: May 9, 2010 vs. OSU .........4, twice, last: May 29-June â&#x20AC;˘ Hitting Streak Streak.........4,twice,last:May Streak.........4, 29 June 6, 6,2010 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Made eight of his 27 starts in 2010 postseason â&#x20AC;˘ Hit safely in 16 of his 27 starts

2010 [JUNIOR]: Started first five games of the year in right field ... Made 27 starts overall ( ast 9 at DH) in his 54 games played ... Had a hit in 16 of his 27 starts ... Drove in season-best two runs in game four win at SDSU ... Had first career home run and triple in that game ... Twice tied career high for hits (2) in NCAA Norman Regional on June 4 and 5 vs. North Carolina ... Had seasonhigh four-game hitting streak snapped in Charlottesville Super Regional. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played two years for Cypress College under head coach Jeff Pickler ... Played all three outďŹ eld positions, mostly center ... Named second team Orange Empire All-Conference in 2009 ... Team won conference onference title and regional r championship ... Hit .341 with 12 doubles and three homers in 2009 ... Medical redshhirt in 2008 (broken hamate bone) ... Hit .299 as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner under heaad coach Mark Clabough at Lus Alamitos High School ... Hit over .300 throughout his prep carreer ... M Member of 2005 Sunset League Championship team ... Helpeed lead team to American Legion SState Championship in 2005. PERSON NAL: Full nam me is Ricky Martin Eisenberrg ... Born in Seal Beach, Calif. ... Parents are Marty and Linda Eiisenberg ... Has two siblinggs: Jena and Alec ... Multidisciplinary studies major.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2010 .275 54-27 120 22 33 5 2 3 12 51 .425 11 0 29 3 .336 0 6 3-6 45 0 1 .978 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .275 54-27 120 22 33 5 2 3 12 51 .425 11 0 29 3 .336 0 6 3-6 45 0 1 .978



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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: â&#x20AC;˘ Hits ........................3, 3x, last: lune 14, 2010 at Virginia â&#x20AC;˘ Runs .......................3, April 11, 2010 vs. Mizzou uns.......................3, â&#x20AC;˘ RBI .........................6, June 14, 2010 at Virginia Streak.........8, May 9-22, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Hitting Streak.........8, â&#x20AC;˘ Five of his 10 home runs came in the 2010 NCAA Tournament â&#x20AC;˘ Made ďŹ rst start on March 4 vs. South Florida

2010 [SOPHOMORE] Named to Norman Regional All-Tournament team after leading OU with a .455 average in the three games ... Made first start of 2010 vs. USF as designated hitter on March 4 ... Started 37 of last 41 games with 43 hits, 36 RBIs and nine HRs ... Hit safely in 28 of last 35 games ... Had two hits and a RBI in second start at TCU ... Had first career hit on a two-run double vs. Richmond ... Had game-tying RBI in ninth inning at OSU ... Drove in a season-best six RBI off two homers in Super Regional win over Virginia on June 14 ... Hit four home runs and drove in 11 runs in that three-game series ... Had 28 RBI in last 25 games ... Produced six multi-hit games in NCAA tourney with four homers and 13 RBIs. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played one season under heead coach Dusty Hart at Grayson J.C. ... Named all-conference and all-region in 2009 ... Hit .367 with 13 home runs and 58 RBIs in 48 games ... Also had 11 doubles and walked 27 timees ... Baseball America preseason All-American. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner uunderr head coach Clint Caver at Walker H.S. ... Four-time high school All-Ameerican ... Hit .418 w with 13 doubles, eight home runs and 41 RBIs in 2008 ... Stole nine bases annd scored 36 runss in 20008... Named all-state and all-district for all four years ... Named a ďŹ rst teeam All-Americann by CCollegiate Baseballl in 2008 ... Member of U.S. Junior National team ... Participated in thhe 20007 PlayStation All-American game in Albuquerque, N.M. ... Hit .458 witth 12 home runs and 221 stolen bases in 2007 ... Selected by Street and Smithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s as one of the toop 50 juniors in Americ A ca in 2007 ... Starting running back for Walker H.S. football team PERSON NAL: Full nam me is Byron Cody RReine .... Parents are Keith and Glenda Reine ... Has a younger sister, Cheyennne, and brother, Tyyler ... SSociology major

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: Hits ..........................3, April 20, 2008 vs. Mizzou Runs .........................3, twice,, last: st:April April 20, 2008 vs. Mizzou R ...........................2, twice, last: May 2, 2008 at Kansas RBI Innings .....................5.0, March 21, 2009 at KSU Innings.....................5.0, Strikeouts ................4, three times, last: May 1, 2009 vs. KU Pitches .....................97, March 21, 2009 at KSU

2009 [SOPHOMORE]: Made 17 relief appearances and played second base, third base, shortstop and designated hitter in reserve role ... Had base hits against Arkansas Little Rock, TCU and Texas Tech ... Drove in runs against Western Illinois and Arkansas Little Rock ... Did not allow a run in eight of his 17 outings on the mound, including ďŹ ve straight from April 22 - May 17 ... Only gave up three hits in that span in 6 2/3 innings of work ... Tossed season-high ďŹ ve innings in win over Kansas State on March 21 ... Recorded his other three victories all in a row against UCLA, Cal and Bethune Cookman ... Hled opposition hitless in three outings (Wichita State, Arkansas and Texas A&M). 2008 [[FRESHMAN]: SHMAN]: One of two, two-wayy players p y on the 2008 cclub (Ryan Mottern) ... Made 41 starts at second base, six at short and two at third base ... Hadd season-high three hits vs. Missouri on April 23 ... Season-high 10-game hitting streak snapppped against TCU on April 22 ... Hit .320 in Big 12 play ... Had best Big 12 series at the plate aggaainst Texas A&M (5-for-11) and Missouri (5-for12) ... Made seven appearances on the mouunnd, all in relief, and did not allow an earned run in ďŹ rst ďŹ vee outings ... Recorded season-high foouur strikeouts on March 5 against NDSU (GM1) ... Tossed season-high s 4 1/3 innings and 51 pittcches versus Texas in the Big 12 Championship. HIGH SSCHOOL: F ur-yeear letterwinner at Enid High School uunder head coach Scott Baugh ... Hit .310 with Fo f ur hoomers, 25 RBIs and 30 stolen bases hiss senior season ... Posted a .340 average with 70 fo R Is annd 80 stolen bases in his career ... Alsoo pitched during his high school career, going RB 12-6 with w a 1.50 earned run average ... Nam m med to the all-conference team in 2006 ... Led Enid too the 2005 and 2006 state tournamenntts ... Helped his American Legion team win the World Series title in 2005 ... Also lettered foouur years in basketball, earning All-State honors in 20006, and player of the year honors in thhee Mid-State Conference in 2006. PERSONAL: Full name is Tyson Wade Seng ... Born in Ennidd, Okla. ... Parents are Tom and Julie Seng ... Has a younger sister, Aly, who signed inDecembbeer to play golf for OU ... Multidisciplinary studies major.

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2010 [JUNIOR]: MVP of the Norman Regional after tossing 7 1/3 innings of four-hit ball in championship game with zero walks and six strikeouts ... Tossed eight scoreless innings in championship game of Super Regional ... Had team-leading 10 wins in 16 starts ... Tied for third in the Big 12 in wins ... Lasted five or more innings in 11 starts, including three of the last four outings, all in the postseason ... One of the other four shortened starts was a four-inning predetermined outing vs. Richmond that featured a season-high eight strikeouts ... Tossed seven innings in last outing vs. Texas A&M (tied seven thrown Missouri, vs. Texas, TAMU-CC and SDSU) ... Allowed two runs or less in 11 of his starts ... Surrendered three runs in 6 2/3 innings vs. South Florida on March 6 ... Start versus OSU was shortest outing (2.1 IP) ... Rebounded with seventh winn vs. Memphis after two straight starts under three innings.

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: â&#x20AC;˘ Innings ..................7, May 11, 2008 vs. KSU â&#x20AC;˘ Strikeouts...............7, Feb. 28, 2009 @ Washington State â&#x20AC;˘ Pitches ...................107, May 11, 2008 vs. KSU â&#x20AC;˘ On 2011 preseason watch list for NCBWA Stopper of the Year â&#x20AC;˘ Tied program record with 28 career saves in game one of 2010 CWS

2010 [JUNIOR]: Preseason All-American (third team - NCBWA) and on Stopper of the Year watch list ... 14 of his 25 appearance in 2010 were save opportunities ... 12th in nation and second in the Big 12 with 12 saves ... Recorded 12th save in CWS opener vs. South Carolina and tied OU career mark held by Jeff Bajenaru (28) ... Was 12-for-14 in save opportunities in 2010 and 28 of 32 in career ... Only Sooner to have double-digit saves in two separate seasons ... 14 of his 25 outings were scoreless ... 73 career appearances ranks sixth all-time at Oklahoma (second most under Golloway behind Daniel McCutchenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 80) ... Tossed season-long 4 2/3 innings in game three of Texas A&M and earned first win ... Tossed 80 pitches in contest, the most since starting as a freshman in 2008. 2009 [SOPHOMORE]:] Third team All-American (NCBWA), last OU ppitcher to be named All-American was Jeff Bajenaru in 2000 ... All-Big 12 second team honoree ... Led the Big 12 with 16 saves and ranked sixth in the nation ... Ranks second in a single season forr saves behind Bajenaruâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 20 recorded in 2000 ... Save total tal also ranks third all-time in a career at Oklahoma ... Successful in 16 of 18 save attempts with blown saaves at Washington Statee and Arkanssas ... Turned blown save into a victory at Washington State with season-high 3 2/3 innnings ... Also rrecorded wins at TCU and against Kansas with two innings aand three innings, respecctively, of worrk ... Recorded 10 of his saves in conference play ... Tied for team lead with 26 appeaarances ... Blaanked the opposition in 20 outings and was perfect in nine of those appearances ... 443 strikeouts ranked ďŹ fth on the team. 2008 [FRESHMAN N]: Finished 5-2 durring 10 starts w with wins over Arkansas Pine Bluff, North Dakota State, Missourri, Kansas Statee and Oklahoma State ... Four of his seven wins on the season came in Big 12 play ... Pitched ďŹ ve or more innings in seven of his 10 startss ... Allowed a ttotal of three earned runs in his three no-decisions against TCU, Texas Teech and Missouri (Big 12 Championship) ... Moved to tthe No. 3 spot inn the rotation for the Missouri series ... Suffered ďŹ ďŹ rst loss in a staarting role (four runs in 3 1/3 IP) against Kansas ... One of the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; key relievers early in the season with 35 inningss pitched ... Struck out a season-high ďŹ ve batters against UUAPB (Feb. 26), North Dakota State (March 4) and Western Illinnois (March 9) ... Held the opposition scoreless in sisixx appearances (sspanning 13 innings) ... Start against KSU was perhapss the best by an OOU pitcher in Big 12 play ... Lasted seven innings and allowed oone run off threee hits with four strikeouts on May 11 ... Second on the team with seven wins (tied for sseventh in the Big 12) ... Tossed ďŹ ve innings in the seriees ďŹ nale against OSU to hhelp OU clinch a sspot in the Big 12 Championship. HIGGH SCHOOL: Thrree-year letterwinner at CCalallen High Schoool under head coach Steve Chapman ... Finished sennior season with a 9-2 reccord and 128 strikeeouts ... Named to ďŹ rst team all-state ... Named thee most valuable player in District 4A ... Alsoo was the All-South Most Valuable Pitcher as a sennior ... All-state as a junior and sophomore ... Tabbed South Texas Newcomer of the Year as a ssophomore and was also named to the statee all-tournament team ... Helped lead team to staate championship in 20044 and three districtt titles throughout career ... Also lettered three yeears on the football team ... All-state honoraable mention as a senior and junior ... Tabbed thhe South Texas MVP as a ssenior and the distrrict quarterback of the year as a junior. PERSONAL: Fuull name is Ryan Casey Duuke ... Born in Corpuus Christi, Texas ... Son of Larry Duke... Has an oolder brother, Jason (32), w who played baseballl at the University of Texas and an older sister, Robyn ... Communiccation major.

YEAR ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG. WP HBP SFA SHA 2008 3.77 7-5 22 10 0 0/0 0 71.2 74 34 30 33 54 11 1 4 318 .274 11 6 4 4 2009 3.22 3-1 26 0 0 0/1 16 36.1 28 14 13 12 43 7 0 5 151 .212 2 4 0 3 2010 3.75 3-2 25 0 0 0/1 12 36.0 33 18 15 16 39 4 2 3 158 .244 5 5 1 1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total 3.62 13-8 73 10 0 0/2 28 144.0 135 66 58 61 136 22 3 12 627 .251 18 15 5 8



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HIGHLIGHTS: • 2009 USA Today First Team All-American • Was 13-0 with 125 strikeouts in 82 IP as a high school senior

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters under head coach Steve Chapman at Calallen H.S. ... Named USA Today First Team All-American in 2009 ... Named first team Collegiate Baseball All-American in 2009 ... Finished senior year with 13-0 mark and 125 strikeouts and a 0.26 ERA in 82 innings pitched ... Named district MVP and all-state ... Threw two no-hitters, five one-hitters and had nine games with 10 or more strikeouts ... Finished 11-1 with a 1.47 ERA and 125 strikeouts in 85 2/3 innings in 2008 ... Earned all-state honors as a junior and helped lead team to Texas 4A State Championship ... Finished career ranked in the top 10 in school history for wins ... Also lettered in football. PERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Thomas T John J ... Born in Corpus Christi, Texas ... Parents are William and Nancy John ... Has tw wo brothhers, Jason and Justin ... Energy management major.

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JUNIOR COLLEGE: Earned two letters under Scott Pickler at Cypress College ... Played in 34 games with five starts in 2009 ... Recorded 1.000 fielding percentage ... Team won conference title in 2009 ... Started six games for the Chargers in 2008... Had a .357 on base percentage and three RBIs.

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: GHLIGHTS: Runs.......................1, Feb 20, 2010 @ SDSU • Runs.......................1, • Two-year letterwinner at Cypress College

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year captain for Mater Dei H.S. ... Named Monarch of the Year his senior season ... Hit .800 during conference playoffs as a senior ... Earned the Coaches’ Award his freshman and sophom more seasons... Named defensive player of the year as a sophomore ... Also participated inn the surf team as the team’s number one longboarder ... Two-time member of the Nationaal Honor Society. PERSON NAL: Full nam me is Tyler James Brady ... Born in Fountain Valley, Calif. ... Parents are Steve and Jennifer Braaady ... Has one younger brother, Brooks... Played baseball in the summer of 2006 in Australiia ... Sociology-criminology major.

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: • Hits ........................4, March 30, 2010 vs. UAPB • Runs.......................5, March 30, 2010 vs. UAPB • RBI ........................5, March 12, 2010 vs. Mississippi State • Hitting Streak.........11, March 7-27, 2010 • Tied for third in the Big 12 with 16 homers in 2010 • 2010 All-Bigg 12 honorable mention

2010 [SOPHOMORE]: 2010 All-Big 12 honorable mention (coaches) ... 2010 Oklahoman All-Big 12 first team member ... Tied for third in Big 12 in homers (16) ... Career-high 11-game hitting streak snapped in loss to Nebraska ... Hit .400 in that span (16-for-40) with 13 RBIs and three home runs ... One of four Sooners (Garrett Buechele, Ross Hubbard and Cody Reine) to hit two home runs in same game in 2010 (Stephen F. Austin) ... Hit first career grand slam vs. WIU ... Set career-high five RBIs in win over Mississippi State ... Tied career high with five hits and hit for the cycle on March 30 vs. UAPB (HR and 3B in second innings) ... Hit safely in all but 22 games and in 19 of the last 31, featuring 29 hits (five doubles, eight homers) and 26 RBIs .. Had game-winning RBI in 13-inning win at Texas A&M on April 24 ... Homered in seven of th the last 24 games. 20009 [FFRESHMAN] Sttartingg designated hitter in 20 games ... Also made five starts at first base before breaking leeft wrisst prior to Wichita State game on April 22 ... Reached base safely in all but two of his sttarts and hit .323 with three homers and 14 RBIs ... Homered in first career at-bat, a threerun shoot at home against Western Illinois ... Also collected multi-RBI performances against CCal andd Kansas State ... Had season-high four RBIs in both games ... Had season-high three hhits in game against Cal ... Had four multi-hit games ... Hit. 259 in Big 12 play (14 games, 10 sstarts) with two homers and six RBIs ... Hit safely in five straight games, season high, from March 3-9 with eight hits and seven RBIs. M HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Blue Valley West High School under head coach Bill McDonald ... Playyed first base, third base and pitched and hit .520 over his career with 87 RBIs, 39 doublles and 10 homers ... Hit. 432 as a senior with 24 RBIs, 14 doubles and three homers ... Named first team all-state, first team all-metro and all-conference in 2008 ... Helped team m to 6A Kansas State Championship in 2007 ... Hit .492 with 13 doubles, 12 walks and a tripple in 25 games as a junior ... Earned 2007 first team all-state, all-metro, All-Sunflower and All-Eastern League honors ... Named the third best professional prospect out of the MINK Summer League and No. 5 by Baseball America. PERRSONAL: Full name is Cameron Lynn Seitzer ... Born in Kansas City, Kan. ... Parents are Kevin and Lisaa Seitzer and stepmother is Beth Seitzer ... Has three older brothers, Brandon, Tyler andd Nick ... Father played 12 MLB seasons for the Kansas City Royals, Milwaukee Brewers, Toronto Blue Jays, Oakland Athletics and Cleveland Indians ... Named an All-Star in 1995 witth the Brewers.... Uncle, Brad Seitzer, played baseball with the Seattle Mariners for sevven years ... Multidisciplinary studies major.

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: • Innings...................7.0, March 2, 2010 vs. UTA • Strikeouts...............9, Feb 20, 2010 at SDSU • Pitches ...................106, April 27, 2010 vs. DBU • Started in 2010 opening weekend at San Diego State • 10 of his 12 appearances in 2010 10 were starts

2010 [FRESHMAN]: Made 10 starts, four in the weekend rotation ... Did not allow a run in debut vs. SDSU on Feb. 20 and struck out season-best nine batters across five innings ... Tossed season-long seven innings with 90 pitches against UTA on March 2 ... Allowed one earned run in first two starts (12 IP) and 18 in last eight (24 IP) ... Had longest outing since March 2 with 5 2/3 in start vs. Dallas Baptist on April 29 ... Tossed season-high 106 pitches in the start and struck out six batters to combine on OU’s first shutout of 2010 ... Scoreless in last start vs. Texas Southern with five strikeouts over five innings. HIGH SCHO SCHOOL: Four-time leetterwinner under head coach Kevin James at Yukon High School ... Named first team Co Collegiate oll Baseball All-American in 2009 ... First team Oklahoman BIG All-City in 2009 ... Nam meed to Best of the West All-Tournament Team in 2009 ... Threw 64.2 innings and recordedd a 77-44 record with a 0.70 ERA and 113 strikeouts ... Team was conference runner-up in 2009 ... Finniished 7-2 with a 2.92 ERA in 60 innings in 2008 ... Played in the 2008 Area Code Games ((Chicaago White Sox scout team). PERSON NAL: Selectedd in thhe 48th round of the 2009 MLB Draft by the Florida Marlins... Full name is Ryan Dale Gibbson .... Born in Oklahoma City ... Parents are Celia and Dale Gibson ... Has two brothers, Dustin aand Kyyyle ... Finance major.

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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: • Hits ........................3, May 4, 2009 vs. Southern Utah • Runs.......................3, twice, last: June 13, 2010 at Virginia • RBI .........................6, March 31, 2010 vs. UAPB • Hitting Streak.........9, April 3-18, 2010 • 2011 captain as voted on by teammates • Hit a team-best .452 batting atting average in the 2010 postseason

2010 [SOPHOMORE}: Norman Regional All-Tournament team ... Academic All-Big 12 second team ... Named to Johnny Bench Watch preseason list ... Sooners’ starting catcher on opening day and in 33 of the last 40 games ... Had 39 starts at catcher and four at DH ... Hit first career grand slam in game two at SDSU and equaled that feat with another grand slam vs. UAPB (March 30), career high six RBIs in that game ... Had season-best two hits in win over Western Illinois and drove in two runs ... Threw out two base runners at TCU and against North Carolina (June 5) and caught 11 potential stealers on the year ... Hit safely in 33 of last 38 games with 29 RBI, seven doubles and nine homers, including two nine-game streaks and a seven-game streak ... Had game-winning hits in game two and game three of the Kansas series with a threerun double and three-run homer, respectively ... Drove in 18 runs in the last 14 games ... Led OU with .452 aavg. in postseason. SUMMEER 20009: Played ffor the M McKinney Marshalls of the Texas Collegiate League ... Recorded a .295 batting averagee with 11 RBIs and 33 hits in 35 games played. 2009 [FFRESHM M MAN]: Startedd the seaasson as team’s designated hitter ... Only true freshman to start opening day (DH) .... Made 188 of his 26 starts at DH ... Made seven starts at catcher and one in right field ... Did nnot comm mit an error ... Leading pinch hitter with a .545 average (6-for-11) ... Had m seasonn-high foouur RBIs in two of his first four games, both against Western Illinois ... Had six multi-hit gameess and three multiple RBI performances ... Collected season-high three hits in 3-foor-3 perfooormance against Southern Utah ... Also scored season-high three runs in contesst ... Hit ssaafely in four straight games on two occasions, a season high. HIGH H SCHOOL:: Threee-year lettteerwinner under head coach Peter Garza at New Braunfels Canyon High Schoool ... Hit .4774 with 10 homers as a senior and earned first team all-state honors ... Named first team all-district in 2007 ... Helped team to regional quarterfinals in 2006 and 20077 and to ddisttrict championship in 2008 ... Hit .439 with 17 home runs throughout his careeer ... Alsoo letttered two years in football and was named first team all-district in 2006 ... Naational Hono H or Society member and graduated in top 10 percent of his class. PERRSONAL:: Full name is Tyleer William Ogle ... Born in Portland, Maine ... Parents are Dan and Pat Ogle ... HHas an oldder bbrother, Brock, and a younger sister, Mandy, who is a catcher on the Texas softftball team m ... Business major.

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2010 [RS-SOPHOMORE]: Team captain ... Second team All-American (Baseball America) ... Third team All-Ameircan (coaches) ... First team All-District VI (coaches) ... Norman Regional All-Tournament team ... 2010 All-Big 12 first team (coaches) ... 2010 Oklahoman All-Big 12 Player of the Year ... All-Big 12 Tournament Team ... ... Academic All-Big 12 second team ... Second in Big 12 in homers (17) and ranked in the top five in hits, batting average, total bases, RBI and slugging percentage ... Nine of his 17 homers came with two outs ... Made 92 consecutive starts at 3B (all of ‘09 and first 29 of ’10) ... Hit safely in all but 12 games in 2010 ... Recorded first career grand-slam vs. Valpo ... Led OU in multi-hit games (30) and multiple-RBI games (17) ... Committed one error in last 50 games ... Collected hits in 35 of last 40 games ... Careerhigh 19-game hitting streak ended on May 9 (ninth longest in OU history) ... Included 10 multiple-hit games, five homers, 23 RBIs and a .391 batting average (34-for-87) ... Careerhigh five RBI and five hits on April 30 vs. KSU ... Named Big 12 Player of the Week (May 24) after hitting .538 w with five RBI in KU series ... ... Second double-digit hit streak of the season ended at 11 games at No. 1 Virginia in Super Regional ... Hit .457 (21-for-46) in that span.

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YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2009 .353 63-63 232 41 82 14 1 4 40 110 .474 16 14 47 8 .424 2 10 1-2 37 99 7 .951 2010 .359 65-65 262 55 94 16 2 17 65 165 .630 20 19 51 3 .438 3 2 3-4 42 94 5 .965 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .353 128-128 494 96 176 30 3 21 105 275 .557 36 33 98 11 .431 5 12 4-6 79 193 12 .958



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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: • Hits ........................4, Feb 21, 2010 @SDSU • Runs.......................3, Feb 26, 2010 vs. Valpo • RBI .........................3,2x, 3 2x last: last:May May 19 19, 2010 vs. vs Texas Southern Streak............................... • Hitting Streak.... ..................................... 2, Feb. 21-26, 2010 • 2010 Academic All-American • 2011 captain as voted on by teammates

2010 [JUNIOR]: Named Academic All-American (third team) ... ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District first team ... Made first start in nearly a month on April 13 at OSU (concussion) ... Next start came on May 1 vs. Kansas State... Four hits and a homer against SDSU on Feb. 21 was a career high and tied for the second most by a Sooner in 2010 ... Had pinch-hit homer vs. Kansas State and Texas Southern. 2009 [SOPHOMORE]: Appeared in 19 of the Sooners’ first 25 games, gam including six starts in the outfield, before tearing right ACL in March 22 game at a Kannsas State ... Hit his third career home run in that game and second in three-game spaan ... Tiied a season high with two hits in Feb. 28 game at Washington State ... Drove in a carreer-beest three runs in March 15 game against Eastern Illinois ... Nearly doubled his RBI totaal from m 2008, despite playing in 13 less games. SUMMEER 2008: Helped lead the Lodi Grapesox, alongg with BBryant Hernandez, to a 37-15 record and the Northerrn California League title ... Naamed the Most Valuable Player of the Championship Series after a hitting a grand slam in tthe thirdd game ... Finished season with a .329 batting averagee, five homers and 27 RBIs. 2008 [RS-FRESHMAN]: [ Playedd in 32 games as a reserve in 2008 2 ... HHad a season-high two RBIs against NDSU on March 4 ... Connected for two hits, a season high, against Southern Nazarene on April 23. SUMM MER 2007: Playedd for the Duncanville Deputiees of the TTexas Collegiate League. 20077 [FRESHMAN]: Redshhirted the season. HIGH H SCHOOL: Fourr-year letterwinner at Libertyy Christian School under Johnny Isom ... Hit .424 with 31 RBIs as a senior ... Also held a 1.51 ERA withh an 8-2 record ... First team all-district as a senior and also named school’s male m athletee of the year ... Garnered first team all-district honoors as a junior and sophomorre ... Secondd team all-district as a freshman, when team wonn state title ... Also lettered foour years in track and football and one year in basketball. PERRSONAL: Full name is Major Elliott Blair III ... Born in CCarrolton, Texas ... Parents are Major and Rebbecca Blair ... Has one brother, Carson, annd one sister, Tally ... Petroleum engineering maajor.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2008 .538 32-0 13 5 7 2 0 1 4 12 .923 1 3 3 0 .647 0 0 2-3 12 0 1 .923 2009 .250 19-6 28 13 4 4 0 2 7 17 .607 3 3 9 0 .382 0 4 1-3 17 2 0 1.000 2010 .414 28-7 29 13 12 1 1 3 7 24 .828 4 0 9 0 .485 0 1 2-3 18 1 1 .950 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .371 79-13 70 31 26 7 1 6 18 53 .757 8 6 21 0 .476 0 5 5-9 47 3 2 .962



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CAREER BESTS and HIGHLIGHTS: • Innings...................9, March 10, 2009 vs. HBU • Strikeouts...............7, 4x, last: May 18, 2010 vs. Arkansas • Pitches ...................113, March 10, 2009 vs. HBU • Pitched out of Sooners’ No. 1 spot in the 2010 rotation in the postseason • Last five or more innings in each off his seven starts in 2010 • 2011 captain as voted on by teammates

2010 [JUNIOR]: Lasted at least five innings in all seven starts with a 3-0 record (vs. USF - March 4, HBU-March 10, Arkansas-May 18, Kansas-May 26, Oral Roberts-June 4, Virginia-June 12 and South Carolina-June 20) ... Second on team with eight wins ... Lasted six innings in first start in 2010 vs. USF on March 4 ... Had a 5-1 record out of the bullpen with last win vs. OSU (6 IP - season high) ... Did not allow a run in last six relief appearances (19.2 IP) ... Tossed 7 1/3 innings in start versus Arkansas and tied career high with seven strikeouts ... Lasted season-high eight innings in Big 12 Championship start versus Kansas (no-decision) ... In last five starts, posted 32 2/3 innings with 23 strikeouts and a 2-1 record. 2009 [SOPHOMORE]: Made 20 appearances for the second straight season ... Started career-best nine games ... Lasted at least five innings in four starts ... Did not allow a run in nine outings, including six-inning start against Texas A&M ... Did not allow an earned run in 10 starts, including a complete game victory against Houston Baptist on March 10 ... Nine innings marked a career high ... Went 3-1 in 10 appearances, three starts, in Big 12 play with a 3.49 ERA ... Recorded wins ag w against Arkansas Little Rock, HBU, Kansas State, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M ... FFrom Appril 8 through May 16, spanning 11 appearances with one start ... Only allowed three eearned runs in 16 innings in span that included 11 appearances (one start) ... Tied a career hhigh witth seven strikeouts against Houston Baptist and Oklahoma State ... Six-inning relief aappearaance against OSU helped OU snap an eight-year drought in the series opener in Tulsa.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played y under head coa coach Tracy Woods at Waxahachie H.S. and earned four letters ... Ranked No. 251 in 2009 class byy PG Crosschecker ... Hit .400 with six homers and 35 RBIs as a senior ... Collected all-district hhonors in 2009 ... Also recorded an 8-0 record on the mound with a 1.20 ERA ... Hit .504 witth sseven homers and 43 RBIs in 2008 ... Team was the Texas 4A State runner-up in 2008 ... Naam med all-state as a sophomore and junior ... Also lettered in football as a tight end (all-districct in 2006-07) and defensive tackle (all-district in 2008).

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PERSONAL: Full name is Andrew Luccas Harrison ... Born in Waxahachie, Texas ... Son of Kim and Danny Harrisonn ... Has an older brother, Blake ... Multidisciplinary studies major.

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG % BB HBP SO GDP OB % SF SH SB-SBA PO A E PCT. 2010 .243 39-14 70 14 17 5 0 3 14 31 .443 4 2 25 5 .295 2 0 0-0 40 4 0 1.000 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total .243 39-14 70 14 17 5 0 3 14 31 .443 4 2 25 5 .295 2 0 0-0 40 4 0 1.000



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2010 [JUNIOR]: Did not allow a run in first four outings and surrendered nine earned runs in 24 overall appearances ... Didn’t allow a run in last seven outings (4.2 IP) ... Struck out season-best three batters vs. Richmond and Dallas Baptist ... Registered 2 1/3 innings at Oklahoma State and threw 41 pitches, both season highs ... Made first career start vs. UAPB on March 30 (1 IP) ... Recorded first career win in one inning of relief at Kansas on May 23. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played for Howard College under head coach Brit Smith ... Member of NJCAA National Championship team with a record of 63-1 in 2009 ... NJCAA strikeout leader with 1.61 Ks per inning in 2009 ... Had a 10-0 record with a 4.59 ERA in 61 innings, including 104 strikeouts ... Ranked fourth in the country in strikeouts per inning with an average of 1.548 (96 Ks/ 62 IP) as a freshman ... Posted a 10-2 record with a 4.59 ERA through 62 innings pitched. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner undder head coach Jim Lentine at Passaic County Tech ... Finished 8 1 with 8-1 i h 110 strikeouts ik andd a 1.70 ERA through 65 innings as a senior ... Named first team all-confference, all-state andd all-area as a senior ... Named captain as a senior and voted team MVP following season. PERSON NAL: Full nam me is Luis Anthony CCoollazo ... Born in Paterson, N.J. ... Parents are Luis and Nilsa Collazo .... Ha H s one older brother, Luiss Manuel Collazo ... Cousin, Andrew Collazo, started playing baaseball for Texas A&M in 220009 ... Sociology-criminology major.

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Freshman | LHP/OF | 6-0 | 195 | L/L Jay, Okla. - Jay H.S.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Kindle Lee Ladd ... Born in McKinney, Texas ... Parents are Terry and Shelly Ladd ... Has one brother, T.J. ... Brother played baseball at Southeastern Oklahoma University ... Business major.

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-81(   All eyes on OU The Sooners lined up for another NCAA Regional in Norman to kick off the postseason in June. OU has hosted three times in the last five years. The Sooners topped Oral Roberts 7-6 in extra innings to open the tournament.



Oklahoma returned to Bricktown Ballpark for the 2010 Big 12 Championship. The Sooners finished 2-1 in the tournament and posted a 9-1 mark down the stretch before the NCAA Postseason.

5(9,(: -81(   Round two of Norman Regional Over 2,000 fans packed L. Dale Mitchell Park for the Sooners’ second game in the NCAA Norman Regiona. OU recorded another dramatic 7-6 win in extra innings to top North Carolina. The Sooners advanced to the final round of NCAA Regional play for the fifth time in the last six years.

-81(   SSuper Sooners O Oklahoma tops North Carolina, 3-2, to claim the regional title in Norman aand advance to the program’s second Super Regional Appearance (2006).

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SEASON RECAP One day after South Carolina won the 2010 NCAA National Championship, the ďŹ nal polls of the season were released and the Sooners found themselves sitting at a consensus No. 5 national ranking. It marked the highest ďŹ nish for OU since claiming the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second national title in 1994. Despite the 2010 campaign ending with a loss to South Carolina in the bottom of the 12th inning at historic Rosenblatt Stadium, the Sooners added on to the rich tradition that is OU baseball. OU (50-18) produced just the ďŹ fth 50-win season in program history, and did so after replacing nine players to the 2009 MLB Draft. After hosting the third regional in the last ďŹ ve years, the Sooners knocked off No. 1 Virginia on the road in the Charlottesville Super Regional to return to Omaha for the ďŹ rst time since 1995. Not only did OU hit over .300 as a team for the ďŹ fth straight year and have the second-most homers in program history (105), but the pitching staff also recorded the ďŹ rst team ERA under 4.00 since 1984 and a school-record 583 strikeouts. Below is a look at some of the other highlights throughout the 2009 season: 50 WINS Oklahoma ďŹ nished with 50 wins on the season, the most since winning the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second national title in 1994. The Sooners were 50-17 that year and also eclipsed that total in 1985 (55), 1976 (62) and 1975 (52). The 1985 campaign is the only time OU has won 50 games and not advanced to the College World Series. POWER BATS The Sooners hit 105 home runs in 2010, the second most in program history behind the 114 hit in 1998. It was the ďŹ fth highest total in DI this in 2010 . The 100-plus homers is even more impressive when you consider OU hit 91 in 2009 and lost ďŹ ve starters off that team. The 196 combined homers in 2009 and 2010 is the most in back-to-back seasons in Norman. In addition, ďŹ ve Sooners ďŹ nished with 10 or more homers (Garrett Buechele - 17, Cam Seitzer - 16, Max White - 15, Tyler Ogle - 11 and Cody Reine - 10) for the ďŹ rst time since 1998. 

PITCHING STAFF POSTS IMPRESSIVE NUMBERS While offense stole the headlines throughout the 2010 campaign, the OU pitching staff also posted some impressive numbers. The Sooner hurlers led the Big 12 with a program-record 583 strikeouts and ranked 15th nationally with 8.6 punch outs per nine innings pitched. OU also ranked 15th in the country in hits allowed per nine innings (8.8) and posted the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 14th best ERA with a 3.76. The last time an OU staff recorded an ERA under 4.00 was in 1984 (3.62). BUECHELE NAMED SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN Garrett Buechele did not have a â&#x20AC;&#x153;sophomore slumpâ&#x20AC;? in 2010 and was named a second team All-American by Baseball America (third team by the ABCA). Buechele followed up his 2009 season, when he was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year, by leading OU in nearly every offensive category for the second straight year. In 2010, he had career-highs in homers (17), RBIs (65) and batting average (.359). WHITE TABBED FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN Max White became Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eighth freshman All-American and fourth under head coach Sunny Golloway after being selected for the Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball and NCBWA teams in 2010 . A native of Durant, Okla., White collected at least one hit in 36 of his 52 starts and was tied for fourth in the Big 12 conference with 15 home runs (Tied for first with nine in league play). The OU freshman record for homers in a season belongs to Chris Ebright, who had 17 in 1987. White joins Garrett Buechele (2009), Aaron Baker (2007) and Kody Kaiser (2005) as the other freshman All-Americans under Golloway. BLAIR IS ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Oklahoma junior outďŹ elder Elliott Blair was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Third Team on May 25, 2010. It marked the 12th time a member of the OU baseball program has collected Academic All-America honors. Blair, a petroleum engineering major, was one of four players from the Big 12 to appear on the ďŹ rst, second or third team. He was tabbed All-District VI ďŹ rst team honoree on May 6, 2010 by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Aaron Ivey (2007) was the last Sooner to be named an Academic All-American. ONE-RUN GAMES The Sooners recorded one-run victories in 13 games in 2010 and ďŹ nished 14-7 overall in those tight situations. The Sooners are 63-26-1 (.705) under head coach Sunny Golloway. The OU skipper entered 2010 with the best winning percentage among Big 12 coaches over the last ďŹ ve years (.721).

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Danny Black, junior, 2B May 3 Big 12 Player of the Week Norman Regional All-Tournament Team

PLAYER 2 3 4 5+ 2010 CAREER Buechele, Garrett 21 8 1 30 45 Bushyhead, Caleb 18 6 24 24 Black, Danny 13 3 1 17 17 Seitzer, Cameron 12 4 1 17 17 Ellison, Chris 15 1 16 20 White, Max 7 8 15 15 Reine, Cody 12 3 15 15 Ogle, Tyler 14 14 14 Hubbard, Ross 7 1 8 12 Eisenberg, Ricky 8 8 6 Johnson, Casey 6 1 7 39 Herren, Kaleb 3 3 8 Blair, Elliott 1 1 2 2 Harrison, Drew 2 2 2 Ross, Eric 2 2 2 Mayfield, Jack 1 1 1 Ellis, Cale 1 1 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TEAM 142 36 3 1 182 --

Elliott Blair, junior, OF ESPN Magazine Academic All-American ESPN Magazine Academic All-District Big 12 Spring Community of Champions Garrett Buechele, sophomore, 3B Second Team All-American (Baseball America) Third Team All-American (ABCA) All-District First Team (ABCA) All-Big 12 First Team (coaches) All-Big 12 First Team (Oklahoman) Big 12 Player of the Year (Oklahoman) All-Big 12 First Team (Austin American Statesman) All-Big 12 First Team (Waco Tribune) All-Big 12 Tournament Team Academic All-Big 12 second team May 24 Big 12 Player of the Week Norman Regional All-Tournament Team Caleb Bushyhead, sophomore, SS All-Big 12 Second Team (Waco Tribune) Academic All-Big 12 second team Quarterfinalist - Brooks Wallace Award (top SS) Ryan Duke, juinor, RHP All-Big 12 Second Team (Waco Tribune) Semifinalist for Stopper of the Year NCBWA Preseason All-American Jeremy Erben, junior, RHP March 9 Big 12 Pitcher of the Week CBF Pitcher of the Year Watch List Ross Hubbard, senior, DH All-Big 12 honorable mention (coaches) Jack Mayfield, freshman, utility All-Big 12 Second Team (coaches) May 10 Big 12 Pitcher of the Week Zach Neal, junior, RHP All-Big 12 Second Team (coaches) All-Big 12 First Team (Austin American Statesman) Tyler Ogle, sophomore, C Johnny Bench Preseason Watch List Academic All-Big 12 second team Cody Reine, sophomore, OF Norman Regional All-Tournament Team J.R. Robinson, senior, LHP Academic All-Big 12 second team Cameron Seitzer, sophomore, 1B All-Big 12 honorable mention (coaches) All-Big 12 First Team (Oklahoman) Bobby Shore, junior, RHP Norman Regional All-Tournament Team MVP of Norman Regional Max White, freshman, OF Baseball America Freshman All-American Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American NCBWA Freshman All-American All-Big 12 honorable mention (coaches) All-Big 12 Second Team (Waco Tribune)



MULTIPLE-RBI GAMES PLAYER 2 3 4 5+ 2010 CAREER Buechele, Garrett 10 3 4 1 18 27 Seitzer, Cameron 8 4 2 1 15 15 White, Max 7 4 1 12 12 Ogle, Tyler 4 4 2 1 11 11 Black, Danny 3 1 4 1 9 9 Reine, Cody 4 2 3 9 9 Hubbard, Ross 5 2 1 8 11 Ellison, Chris 5 2 7 12 Bushyhead, Caleb 2 4 6 6 Harrison, Drew 2 1 3 3 Ellis, Cale 1 1 1 3 3 Blair, Elliott 1 1 2 4 Ross, Eric 2 2 2 Herren, Kaleb 2 2 2 Johnson, Casey 2 2 18 Eisenberg, Ricky 2 2 2 Mayfield, Jack 1 1 1 Groth, Bryan 1 1 1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TEAM 62 29 14 8 113 --

HITTING STREAKS Buechele, Garrett Bushyhead, Caleb Black, Danny Johnson, Casey Seitzer, Cameron Ogle, Tyler Ellison, Chris Reine, Cody White, Max Herren, Kaleb Hubbard, Ross Eisenberg, Ricky Harrison, Drew Mayfield, Jack Blair, Elliott Ellis, Cale Groth, Bryan Ross, Eric

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Opponent at San Diego State at San Diego State-1 at San Diego State-2 at San Diego State vs Valparaiso at Jacksonville vs Richmond UT-ARLINGTON SOUTH FLORIDA WESTERN ILLINOIS SOUTH FLORIDA STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at Dallas Baptist HOUSTON BAPTIST vs Mississippi State vs Texas A&M-CC vs #10 UCLA UMASS UMASS BAYLOR * at Nebraska * at Nebraska * at Nebraska * ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF #7 TEXAS * #7 TEXAS * #7 TEXAS * at #11 TCU MISSOURI * MISSOURI * MISSOURI * at Oklahoma State at Texas Tech * at Texas Tech * at Texas Tech * #11 TCU at Texas A&M * at Texas A&M * at Texas A&M * DALLAS BAPTIST #20 KANSAS STATE * #20 KANSAS STATE * #20 KANSAS STATE * ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK vs Oklahoma State *& vs Oklahoma State *+ vs Oklahoma State *+ MEMPHIS MEMPHIS MEMPHIS #14 ARKANSAS TEXAS SOUTHERN at Kansas * at Kansas * at Kansas * vs Kansas + vs Baylor + vs # 25 Kansas State + ORAL ROBERTS $ NORTH CAROLINA $ NORTH CAROLINA $ at #1 Virginia @ at #1 Virginia @ at #1 Virginia @ vs #5 South Carolina % vs #8 Clemson % vs # 5 South Carolina %

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Overall 1- 0- 0 2- 0- 0 3- 0- 0 4- 0- 0 5- 0- 0 5- 1- 0 6- 1- 0 7- 1- 0 8- 1- 0 9- 1- 0 10- 1- 0 11- 1- 0 12- 1- 0 13- 1- 0 14- 1- 0 15- 1- 0 15- 2- 0 16- 2- 0 17- 2- 0 18- 2- 0 19- 2- 0 20- 2- 0 20- 3- 0 21- 3- 0 22- 3- 0 22- 4- 0 22- 5- 0 22- 6- 0 23- 6- 0 24- 6- 0 25- 6- 0 25- 7- 0 25- 8- 0 26- 8- 0 26- 9- 0 26- 10- 0 27- 10- 0 27- 11- 0 28- 11- 0 29- 11- 0 30- 11- 0 31- 11- 0 31- 12- 0 32- 12- 0 33- 12- 0 34- 12- 0 34- 13- 0 35- 13- 0 35- 14- 0 36- 14- 0 37- 14- 0 38- 14- 0 39- 14- 0 40- 14- 0 41- 14- 0 42- 14- 0 43- 14- 0 43- 15- 0 44- 15- 0 45- 15- 0 46- 15- 0 47- 15- 0 47- 16- 0 48- 16- 0 49- 16- 0 50- 16- 0 50- 17- 0 50- 18- 0

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

Pitcher of record Erben, J. (W, 1-0) Rocha, M. (W, 2-0) Gibson, Ryan (W, 1-0) Shore, B. (W, 1-0) Erben, J. (W, 2-0) Robinson, JR (L, 0-1) Shore, B. (W, 2-0) Gibson, Ryan (W, 2-0) Erben, J. (W, 3-0) Neal, Zach (W, 1-0) Erben, J. (W, 4-0) Erben, J. (W, 5-0) Robinson, JR (W, 1-1) Rocha, M. (W, 2-0) Neal, Zach (W, 2-0) Shore, B. (W, 3-0) Gibson, Ryan (L, 2-1) Chowning, .J. (W, 1-0) Mayfield, Ja (W, 1-0) Rocha, M. (W, 3-0) Neal, Zach (W 3-0) Shore, B. (W, 4-0) Gibson, Ryan (L, 2-2) Rocha, M. (W, 4-0) Gibson, Ryan (W, 3-2) Neal, Zach (L, 3-1) Shore, B. (L 4-1) Robinson, JR (L, 1-2) Erben, J. (W, 6-0) Neal, Zach (W, 4-1) Shore, B. (W, 5-1) Rocha, M. (L, 4-1) Duke, R. (L, 0-1) Neal, Zach (W, 5-1) Shore, B. (L 5-2) Erben, J. (L, 6-1) Rocha, M. (W, 5-1) Robinson, JR (L, 1-3) Duke, R. (W, 1-1) Shore, B. (W, 6-2) Gibson, Ryan. (W, 4-2) Neal, Zach (W, 6-1) Shore, B. (L, 6-3) Mayfield, Ja C. (W, 2-0) Rocha, M. (W, 6-1) Neal, Zach (W, 7-1) Shore, B. (L, 6-4) Mayfield, Ja (W, 3-0) Neal, Zach (L, 7-2) Mayfield, Ja. (W 4-0) Shore, B. (W, 7-4) Rocha, M. (W, 7-1) Gibson, Ryan. (W, 5-2) Neal, Zach (W, 8-2) Robinson, JR (W, 2-3) Collazo, A. (W, 1-0) Erben, J. (W, 7-1) Neal, Zach (L, 8-3) Shore, B. (W, 8-4) Duke, R. (W, 2-1) Duke, R. (W, 3-1) Shore, B. (W, 9-4) Rocha, M. (L, 7-2) Mayfield, Ja (W, 5-0) Shore, B. (W, 10-4) Rocha, M. (W, 8-2) Shore, B. (L, 10-5) Duke, R. (L, 3-2)

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Time 3:34 4:00 3:25 2:24 2:51 2:27 3:21 2:22 2:45 3:04 2:14 2:33 3:05 2:43 3:17 2:51 3:09 2:44 2:42 2:40 2:54 2:56 1:53 2:44 2:48 2:42 2:22 2:41 2:57 2:33 3:00 3:20 3:10 2:55 2:37 3:08 2:45 2:33 4:14 2:59 3:03 3:03 3:21 3:28 3:19 2:36 2:58 2:26 2:56 3:14 2:42 3:01 2:52 3:39 3:22 3:02 2:32 3:00 2:48 3:31 3:39 3:13 2:43 3:16 3:15 2:53 3:26 3:47

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2010 FINAL BIG 12 STANDINGS School Big 12 1. Texas 24-3 2. Oklahoma 15-10 3. Kanas State 14-12 4. Texas A&M 14-12-1 5. Texas Tech 13-14 6. Baylor 12-13 7. Kansas 11-15-1 8. Missouri 10-16 9. Nebraska 10-17 10. Oklahoma State 8-19

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Overall 50-13 50-18 37-22 43-21-1 28-29 36-24 31-27-1 29-26 27-27 29-26

BIG 12 AWARDS Pct. .794 .735 .627 .669 .491 .600 .534 .527 .500 .527

Co-Players of the Year: Pitcher of the Year: Freshman of the Year: Newcomer of the Year: Coach of the Year:

Nick Martini, Kansas State; Aaron Senne, Missouri Cole Green, Texas Barrett Barnes, Texas Tech University John Stilson, Texas A&M Augie Garrido, Texas

ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM INF - Robby Prince, Kansas INF - Carter Jurica, Kansas State INF - Adam Muenster, Kansas State INF - Aaron Senne, Missouri INF - Garrett Buechele, Oklahoma C - Cameron Rupp, Texas OF - Brian Heere, Kansas; Nicki Martini, Kansas State; Adam Bailey, Nebraska DH - Russell Moldenhauer, Texas UTL - Brooks Pinkard, Baylor; Brett Nicholas, Missouri SP - Cole Greeen, Texas; Brandon Workman, Texas; Barret Loux, Texas A&M RP - Chance Ruffin, Texas; John Stilson Texas A&M

PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP - AT&T Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City) Wed., May 26 Game 1: #4 Texas A&M 9, #5 Texas Tech 2 Game 2: #8 Missouri 7, #1 Texas 3 Game 3: #6 Baylor 11, #3 Kansas State 8 Game 4: #2 Oklahoma 3, #7 Kansas 2

ALL-BIG 12 SECOND TEAM INF - Davis Duren, Oklahoma State INF - Brandon Loy, Texas INF - Tant Sheperd, Texas INF -Brodie Greene, Texas A&M INF- Barrett Barnes, Texas Tech C - Kevin Gonzalez, Texas A&M OF - Logan Vick, Baylor; DJ Belfonte, Nebraska; Kevin Keyes, Texas DH - Aaron Miller, Baylor; Matt Juengel, Texas A&M UTL - Jack Mayfield, Oklahoma SP - Logan Verrett, Baylor; Zach Neal, Oklahoma; Taylor Jungmann, Texas RP- Evan Marshall, Kansas State; Chad Bettis, Texas Tech

Thurs., May 27 Game 5: #5 Texas Tech 4, #1 Texas 2 Game 6: #4 Texsa A&M 7, #8 Missouri 2 Fri., May 28 Game 7: #3 Kansas State 10, #7 Kansas 5 Game 8: #6 Baylor 8, #2 Oklahoma 3 Sat., May 29 Game 9: #8 Missouri 7, #5 Texas Tech 3 Game 10: #4 Texas A&M 9, #1 Texas 3 Game 11: #2 Oklahoma 13, #3 Kansas State 2 (8inn) Game 12: #6 Baylor 6, #7 Kansas 3

ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION

Sun., May 27 Game 13: Championship Game- #4 Texas A&M 5, #6 Baylor 3 (10inn.) {FSN}

Baylor - INF Raynor Campbell; C Gregg Glime; INF Joey Hainsfurther; RP Willie Kempf; SP Shawn Tolleson Kansas - SP Cameron Selik; INF Tony Thompson; SP T. J. Walz; OF Jimmy Waters Kansas State - C Daniel Dellasega; SP Kyle Hunter Missouri - INF Michael Liberto Nebraska - INF Cody Asche; DH Kale Kiser Oklahoma- DH Ross Hubbard; INF Cameron Seitzer; OF Max White Oklahoma State- C Kevin David Okl Texas - OF Conor Rowe; OF Cohl Walla Tex Texas A&M - DH Joe Patteron; RP Michael Wacha Tex Texas Tech - SP Bobby Doran; INF Joey Kenworthy; INF Jamodrick McGruder; C Tex Jeremy Mayo; OF Michael Reed Jere

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HITTING Player Buechele Garrett Bushyhead, Caleb Ellison, Chris Black, Danny Seitzer, Cameron White, Max

AVG .359 .327 .326 .320 .305 .293

GP-GS 65-65 68-67 61-56 65-59 66-63 62-52

AB 262 257 193 206 220 215

R 55 49 55 38 49 48

H 94 84 63 66 67 63

2B 3B 16 2 16 3 10 3 11 6 15 1 13 1

HR RBI TB SLG% BB 17 65 165 .630 20 6 40 124 .482 21 4 32 91 .472 31 5 48 104 .505 19 16 53 132 .600 31 15 43 123 .572 13

HBP 19 4 4 2 20 5

SO 51 43 48 50 50 58

GDP OB% 3 .438 4 .380 1 .426 5 .378 5 .431 4 .345

SF 3 5 2 3 3 2

SH SB-ATT 2 3-4 5 13-20 15 24-28 8 14-20 5 2-3 4 7-9

PO-A 42-94 91-166 108-1 87-146 526-47 61-17

E FLD% 5 .965 17 .938 1 .991 4 .983 9 .985 5 .940

Ellis, Cale .429 30-2 21 9 9 0 1 1 14 14 .667 7 2 3 0 .600 0 1 1-2 13-22 3 .921 Blair, Elliott .414 28-7 29 13 12 1 1 3 7 24 .828 4 0 9 0 .485 0 1 2-3 18-1 1 .950 Reine, Cody .340 51-38 144 35 49 7 1 10 42 88 .611 17 11 27 0 .445 1 3 4-5 60-3 0 1.000 Ogle, Tyler .331 58-46 163 39 54 11 0 11 46 98 .601 26 6 26 4 .439 1 5 4-4 319-43 3 .992 Herren, Kaleb .329 47-16 73 13 24 7 0 2 10 37 .507 13 1 23 0 .432 1 2 3-3 47-2 0 1.000 Hubbard, Ross .318 38-27 88 24 28 6 1 4 28 48 .545 13 3 13 3 .411 3 2 1-1 15-2 0 1.000 Kettler, Chad .286 5-1 7 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 .286 0 0 2 0 .286 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 .000 Eisenberg, Ricky .275 54-27 120 22 33 5 2 3 12 51 .425 11 0 29 3 .336 0 6 3-6 45-0 1 .978 Johnson, Casey .267 39-25 105 16 28 3 0 2 10 37 .352 9 2 26 3 .336 0 0 2-2 27-0 1 .964 Harrison, Drew .243 39-14 70 14 17 5 0 3 14 31 .443 4 2 25 5 .295 2 0 0-0 40-4 0 1.000 Mayfield, Jack .235 18-6 34 5 8 2 0 0 6 10 .294 4 3 3 1 .366 0 2 1-2 14-28 1 .977 Ross, Eric .194 47-17 67 26 13 2 0 0 8 15 .224 11 3 10 0 .333 0 3 12-16 39-1 2 .952 Pritchard, Jack .154 13-0 13 4 2 1 0 0 2 3 .231 3 0 6 0 .313 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 .000 Goth, Bryan .130 46-24 69 10 9 2 0 3 6 20 .290 13 6 31 2 .318 0 5 1-1 222-31 4 .984 Brady, Tyler .000 10-0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 2 0 .200 0 0 1-1 1-0 0 1.000 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals .307 68 2360 525 725 133 22 105 487 1217 .516 271 93 535 43 .396 26 69 98-130 1825-686 62 .976 Opponents .256 68 2324 293 595 113 13 53 270 893 .384 225 62 583 48 .335 19 30 63-81 1767-644 89 .964 LOB - Team (528), Opponent (542) DPs turned - Team (60), Opponent (49) CI - Team (0), Opp (1) IBB - Team (11), Buechele, G. 7, Seitzer, C. 1, Black, D. 1, Ross, E. 1., Hubbard, R. 1, Opp (4) Picked off- Black, D. 1. , Reine, C. 1., White, Max 1. , Ellison, C. 1, Buechele, G. 1.

PITCHING Player Erben, Jeremy Rocha, Michael Shore, Bobby Neal, Zach

ERA 3.43 3.53 4.12 4.43

W-L 7-1 8-2 10-5 8-3

APP 34 20 17 18

GS 2 7 17 18

CG SHO/CBO SV IP 0 0/0 5 76.0 0 0/1 0 74.0 0 0/1 0 94.0 1 0/0 0 105.2

H 70 67 90 112

R 31 32 45 56

ER BB SO 29 29 79 29 22 55 43 36 77 52 24 95

2B 13 16 17 19

3B 3 1 3 1

HR 4 13 11 7

B/Avg .251 .239 .251 .275

WP -HBP 6-7 5-6 5-8 4-17

BK 1 1 0 1

Chowning, Jason Mayfield, Jack Semler, Jarrett Verhagen, Drew Duke, Ryan Gibson, Ryan Collazo, Anthony Bargas, Brandon Robinson, J.R. Whitney, Michael

2.11 2.47 3.14 3.38 3.75 3.76 3.92 3.97 4.31 9.00

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

13 17 12 6 25 12 24 12 18 1

0 3 0 2 0 10 1 0 8 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

16 43 13 14 33 40 18 13 64 2

5 19 5 7 18 22 10 7 35 1

5 12 5 5 15 17 9 5 27 1

4 3 5 3 4 8 4 3 14 0

0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

0 2 0 1 3 4 2 0 5 1

.205 .253 .236 .269 .244 .258 .228 .289 .284 .400

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

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/0 0/0

0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0

21.1 43.2 14.1 13.1 36.0 40.2 20.2 11.1 56.1 1.0

10 13 6 6 16 23 9 6 24 1

30 29 20 13 39 40 27 13 65 1

SFA SHA 2 5 1 0 4 2 6 7 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0

2 1 1 0 1 3 2 1 5 0

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 JEREMY ERBEN (RHP) Jeremy Erben led the team with 34 appearances and held a streak of 22 2/3 consecutive scoreless innings at one point in the season.



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AVG .383 .317 .296 .296 .284 .259

GP-GS 22-22 19-16 24-23 25-24 24-24 25-21

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R 14 14 19 22 14` 11

H 36 20 29 29 25 21

2B 3B 7 2 3 0 5 0 7 1 6 0 2 2

HR RBI TB 4 23 59 4 13 35 9 28 61 3 16 47 4 17 43 2 17 33

SLG% BB .628 5 .556 8 .622 1 .480 8 .489 11 .407 5

HBP 7 2 3 3 7 1

SO 14 14 25 17 23 19

GDP OB% 2 .449 0 .441 2 .320 3 .357 2 .394 2 .310

SF 1 0 1 3 3 0

SH SB-ATT 1 0-0 1 0-1 1 2-3 2 4-4 1 0-1 3 3-3

PO-A 18-35 21-1 30-6 38-57 210-25 30-59

E 0 0 2 5 3 1

FLD% 1.000 1.000 .947 .950 .987 .989

Eisenberg, Ricky .355 17-7 31 6 11 2 1 1 5 18 .581 2 0 9 0 .394 0 2 0-0 16-0 0 1.000 Ogle, Tyler .339 22-17 59 16 20 6 0 2 11 32 .542 12 2 8 2 .459 1 2 4-4 114-14 2 .985 Ellis, Cale .333 11-2 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 2 0 0 0 .600 0 0 0-0 3-5 2 .800 Mayfield, Jack .286 4-4 14 0 4 0 0 0 3 4 .286 0 1 2 0 .333 0 0 0-1 6-11 1 .944 Herren, Kaleb .227 18-4 22 1 5 1 0 0 3 6 .273 4 0 8 0 .333 1 0 0-0 15-2 0 1.000 Hubbard, Ross .211 15-12 38 10 8 2 0 2 7 16 .421 7 2 7 2 .354 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 .000 Johnson, Casey .200 14-8 35 4 7 2 0 0 1 9 .257 1 0 6 2 .222 0 0 0-0 12-0 0 1.000 Blair, Elliot .200 8-2 10 1 2 0 0 1 1 5 .500 0 0 7 0 .200 0 0 0-0 6-1 0 1.000 Ross, Eric .179 15-7 28 13 5 0 0 0 3 5 .179 3 0 4 0 .258 0 2 4-6 20-0 0 1.000 Groth, Bryan .150 18-8 20 3 3 1 0 1 2 7 .350 4 1 12 0 .320 0 2 1-1 70-7 1 .987 Harrison, Drew .143 13-4 21 3 3 0 0 1 2 6 .286 2 0 9 2 .217 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 .000 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals .287 25 868 172 249 48 8 36 162 421 .485 86 30 204 20 .386 12 22 23-31 669-261 18 .981 Opponents .291 25 879 139 256 48 5 27 132 395 .449 75 36 189 14 .367 11 17 26-31 660-227 28 .969 LOB - Team (186), Opp (210) DPs turned - Team (20), Opp (21) IBB - Team (5) , Buechele, G. 3., Hubbard, R. 1., Seitzer, C. 1., Opp (2). Picked off - Reine, C., 1.

PITCHING Player Mayfield, Jack Neal, Zach Shore, Bobby Erben, Jeremy

ERA 1.78 3.43 6.41 7.86

W-L 2-0 6-1 3-4 0-1

APP 10 9 8 13

GS 2 9 8 2

CG SHO/CBO SV 1 1/0 0 1 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 3

IP 25.1 57.2 39.1 26.1

H 21 61 56 31

R 10 25 29 24

ER BB SO 5 6 18 22 11 47 28 17 33 23 14 26

2B 3 7 11 6

3B 2 1 1 1

HR 0 6 7 3

B/Avg .219 .275 .337 .292

WP -HBP 1-1 2-10 3-6 3-6

BK 0 0 0 1

SFA SHA 0 1 4 3 2 2 1 2

Semler, Jarrett 3.86 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 4.2 7 2 2 2 3 3 0 0 .333 0-0 0 0 0 Duke, Ryan 4.32 1-0 8 0 0 0/0 3 16.2 15 8 8 2 19 1 0 3 .250 2-4 0 1 1 Robinson, J. R. 4.87 1-2 7 3 0 0/0 0 20.1 25 13 11 12 20 6 0 1 .309 0-1 1 1 4 Rocha, Michael 4.96 1-1 7 0 0 0/0 0 16.1 19 9 9 3 11 4 0 5 .292 1-2 0 0 0 Collazo, Anthony 5.68 1-0 7 0 0 0/0 0 6.1 7 5 4 0 6 3 0 0 .280 1-1 0 0 1 Bargas, Brandon 7.71 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.1 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 .286 1-2 0 1 1 Chowning, Jason 10.80 0-0 4 0 0 0/0 0 3.1 5 4 4 3 3 1 0 0 .385 1-2 0 1 1 Gibson, Ryan 12.27 0-1 3 1 0 0/0 0 3.2 5 5 5 5 3 2 0 1 .357 0-0 0 0 1 Richards, Garrett 7.12 3-2 6 5 0 0/0 0 24.0 23 19 19 18 30 4 0 5 .253 4-2 0 0 1 Verhagen, Drew 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0.2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 .667 0-1 0 0 0 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals 5.04 15-10 25 25 2 1/0 6 223.0 256 139 125 75 189 48 5 27 .291 15-36 2 11 17 Opponents 5.44 10-15 25 25 1 3/2 2 220.0 249 172 133 86 204 48 8 36 .287 17-30 3 12 22 PB - Team (1), Groth, B. 1, Opp (5). Pickoffs - Team (4), Duke, R. 1, Groth, B. 1, Ogle, T. 1, Rocha, M. 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Ogle, T. (20-22), Neal, Zach (9-10), Groth, B. (6-8), Shore, B. (5-7), Duke, R. (4-5), Robinson, JR (2-2), Rocha, M. (2-2), Erben, J. (2-2), Collazo, A. (0-1), Chowning, J. (1-1), Mayfield, Ja (1-1).



 MAX WHITE (OF) The freshman All-American was tied atop the Big 12 with nine home runs in conference play. White was tied with juniors Kevin Keyes (Texas) and Adam Bailey (Nebraska).



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AUSTIN 33 5 8 4 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 27 14 1 .323 March 9, 2010 at Dallas Baptist 34 8 13 8 3 0 2 7 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 8 27 9 0 .327 March 10, 2010 HOUSTON BAPTIST 33 9 11 9 4 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 13 27 10 4 .328 March 12, 2010 vs Mississippi State 41 16 19 16 5 0 1 6 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 6 27 4 1 .338 March 13, 2010 vs Texas A&M-CC 41 11 16 11 2 1 1 9 0 8 1 1 1 1 0 6 27 14 0 .342 March 14, 2010 vs UCLA 32 2 7 2 1 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 9 27 5 1 .336 March 16, 2010 UMASS 32 4 9 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 6 27 10 0 .333 March 17, 2010 UMASS 33 8 10 8 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 10 27 10 0 .331 March 19, 2010 BAYLOR 31 7 8 7 2 0 2 5 1 1 0 3 1 0 1 8 27 9 0 .328 March 26, 2010 at Nebraska 38 10 11 9 3 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 7 27 9 0 .326 March 27, 2010 at Nebraska 33 4 7 3 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 5 27 11 1 .321 March 28, 2010 at Nebraska 24 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 18 8 0 .315 March 30, 2010 ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF 38 26 19 23 4 1 3 10 0 2 0 7 2 1 0 1 24 14 1 .324 March 31, 2010 ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF 41 16 13 14 3 0 3 8 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 5 27 10 0 .323 April 1, 2010 TEXAS 28 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 12 27 7 1 .318 April 2, 2010 TEXAS 30 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 7 27 7 0 .310 April 3, 2010 TEXAS 30 3 4 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 27 11 1 .305 April 6, 2010 at TCU 35 4 11 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 9 27 18 2 .305 April 9, 2010 MISSOURI 31 6 12 6 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 1 6 27 12 1 .308 April 10, 2010 MISSOURI 32 10 12 10 1 0 2 5 0 5 0 4 1 2 1 8 27 8 2 .310 April 11, 2010 MISSOURI 37 11 14 10 1 1 3 3 0 3 2 3 1 2 0 6 27 13 0 .312 April 13, 2010 at Oklahoma State 38 6 10 6 0 0 3 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 9 29 8 2 .310 April 17, 2010 at Texas Tech 35 12 12 9 3 0 1 9 1 0 1 2 2 2 2 5 27 12 0 .311 April 17, 2010 at Texas Tech 34 3 9 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 8 24 8 1 .310 April 18, 2010 at Texas Tech 34 3 9 3 2 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 9 24 9 1 .309 April 20, 2010 TCU 33 8 9 7 2 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 27 10 2 .308 April 23, 2010 at Texas A&M 31 2 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 15 24 7 0 .304 April 24, 2010 at Texas A&M 49 6 13 6 3 0 2 8 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 16 39 15 1 .302 April 25, 2010 at Texas A&M 39 10 11 10 2 0 2 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 6 27 11 0 .302 April 27, 2010 DALLAS BAPTIST 35 14 11 14 3 1 2 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 12 27 15 1 .302 April 30, 2010 KANSAS STATE 43 14 18 14 5 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 6 27 15 1 .305 May 1, 2010 KANSAS STATE 38 9 12 9 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 11 27 10 1 .306 May 2, 2010 KANSAS STATE 40 15 18 15 5 0 6 5 1 3 0 2 0 0 1 3 27 9 3 .309 May 4, 2010 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK 36 14 16 13 4 1 3 5 0 3 2 1 0 1 2 2 27 6 1 .312 May 7, 2010 vs Oklahoma State 34 7 10 7 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 27 10 1 .312 May 8, 2010 vs Oklahoma State 34 3 10 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 9 27 15 0 .312 May 9, 2010 vs Oklahoma State 31 6 8 5 0 0 2 5 0 4 0 1 1 0 1 9 27 15 0 .311 May 14, 2010 MEMPHIS 28 3 5 3 1 0 1 5 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 6 27 14 1 .309 May 15, 2010 MEMPHIS 38 14 17 12 5 0 3 5 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 5 27 11 0 .312 May 16, 2010 MEMPHIS 28 9 10 6 0 0 1 6 0 5 1 2 2 1 0 5 27 7 0 .312 May 18, 2010 ARKANSAS 32 5 9 5 0 0 1 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 12 27 8 0 .312 May 19, 2010 TEXAS SOUTHERN 38 13 17 12 3 2 3 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 4 27 13 2 .315 May 21, 2010 at Kansas 40 14 17 14 5 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 3 2 0 12 27 5 0 .317 May 22, 2010 at Kansas 37 8 11 8 2 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 27 11 1 .317 May 23, 2010 at Kansas 35 9 9 8 3 0 2 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 5 27 14 2 .315 May 26, 2010 vs Kanas 27 3 4 3 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 5 27 6 1 .313 May 28, 2010 vs Baylor 36 3 9 2 1 2 1 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 12 24 10 1 .312 May 29, 2010 vs Kansas State 37 13 15 11 2 0 3 1 0 6 0 5 2 0 0 8 24 17 1 .314 June 4, 2010 ORAL ROBERTS 34 7 11 6 2 0 1 6 2 0 2 2 3 1 1 9 30 10 0 .314 June 5, 2010 NORTH CAROLINA 41 7 13 7 4 0 2 5 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 11 30 7 2 .314 June 6, 2010 NORTH CAROLINA 34 3 11 3 2 1 0 10 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 11 27 11 2 .314 June 12, 2010 at Virginia 32 2 7 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 11 24 7 0 .313 June 13, 2010 at Virginia 33 10 10 10 0 0 3 4 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 8 27 10 0 .313 June 14, 2010 at Virginia 41 11 12 11 1 0 4 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 7 27 9 1 .312 June 20, 2010 vs South Carolina 29 4 7 4 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 7 27 10 0 .311 June 22, 2010 vs Clemson 35 4 8 4 2 0 2 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 24 11 1 .310 June 24, 2010 vs South Carolina 38 2 5 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 0 2 14 35 10 2 .307 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TOTALS 2360 525 725 487 133 22 105 271 11 98 32 93 69 26 43 535 1825 686 62 .307



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First practice at Rosenblatt During the first full day in Omaha, the Sooners experienced a busy afternoon that not only consisted of their first practice on the game field at Rosenblatt Stadium, but of flocks of fans and media wanting to get to know more about OU baseball.

-81(   Opening Ceremonies Oklahoma made Friday a doubleheader at Rosenblatt Stadium, following its morning activities by joining the other seven participating teams for the final opening ceremonies in the ballparkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 61-year College World Series hosting history.



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Sooner fans had plenty to celebrate as Oklahoma wasted little time in collecting its first win of the 2010 College World Series. The Sooners topped No. 5 South Carolina, 4-3, to record their 14th victory of the season by one run.

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SStorming in Omaha A the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opening win over South Carolina, weather affected game After ttwo against No. 8 Clemson and despite a late rally on the second day of the ppostponed game, OU dropped to the elimination bracket.

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Despite seven strong innings with seven strikeouts from junior hurler Zach Neal (left), OU dropped a 3-2 decision to South Carolina in 12 innings. The Sooners finished wit ha 50-18 record while the Gamecocks went on to win the 2011 title.







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1898 - FIRST SEASON The Oklahoma baseball team begins collegiate play. The Sooners would only play three games during the season and ďŹ nish with a 2-1 record. 1906 - BENNIE OWEN ERA BEGINS Bennie Owen becomes the ďŹ rst ofďŹ cial coach of the Sooner baseball team and guides the squad to a 10-6 record in 1906. Owen would go on to coach OU until 1927 and ďŹ nished his career in Norman with a 142-102-4 (.581) overall record. 1915 - SOONERS RECORD PROGRAM-BEST 17 WINS Under Bennie Owen, Oklahoma goes on to win 17 games during the 1915 season. Owen and company ďŹ nished 17-4 and the win total remained a school record for the next 20 years. 1927 - HASKELL TAKES OVER Lawrence Haskell became the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; third head coach and debuted in 1927 with a 12-5 record and the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst conference title. Oklahoma won seven conference championships and was 176-74-2 in the Haskell era. 1936 - OU WINS 18 GAMES, EIGHTH CONFERENCE TITLE For the second time in school history, Haskell and the Sooners won back-to-back titles in 1935 and 1936 (also 1930-31). The run during the 1936 season produced the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eighth conference championship and a school-record 18 wins, breaking a 21-year-old mark. 1942 - MEMORABLE NAMES JOIN SOONERS After Haskellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s career ended in Norman, another soon-to-be Sooner legend took over the reins when Jack Baer was hired for the 1942 season. Baer wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the only legendary Sooner to begin his OU career in 1942. Baer had the pleasure of coaching freshman L. Dale Mitchell in 1942, a season that saw Mitchell hit .409. 1946 - WWII ENDS, MITCHELL RETURNS After WWII ended in 1945, the Sooners returned to collegiate baseball the following year. Mitchell, who fought overseas, didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t lose a beat as the Sooner recorded a .507 batting average during the 1946 season. The clip still ranks as the best batting average for a single season in OU history. Mitchell ďŹ nished his short career with a .467 batting average, also a program best, before leaving school early for professional baseball. June 17, 1951 - SOONERS WIN FIRST NATIONAL TITLE In his seventh season at the helm, Baer guided the Sooners to the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst NCAA Championship in 1951. The Sooners went a perfect 7-0 during the postseason run, claiming the title with a 3-2 win over Tennessee on June 17 in Omaha, Neb. The postseason run marked the ďŹ rst time in College World Series history that a team made it through the double-elimination tournament without a loss. The 1951 Sooners ďŹ nished the season with a 19-9 record, breaking the 1936 record for most wins in a season (18). The Sooners also won the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 10th conference title in 1951. 1951 - SHIRLEY FIRST ALL-AMERICAN The 1951 season was not just about the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s national championship run as Jack Shirley became OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst All-American after recording the win on the mound in the championship game. Shirley was a second team member (ABCA - American Baseball Coachesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Association) and ďŹ nished the year with a 5-1 record and a 1.97 ERA in 1951. 1959 - TOMMY JONES TOSSES FIRST OKLAHOMA NO-HITTER The Sooners defeat Missouri, 1-0, led by Tommy Jonesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; performance on the mound in which he held the Tigers hitless. The no-hitter was the ďŹ rst in school history. 1963 - HADDOCK STRIKES OUT 20 OU hurler Jerry Haddock tosses 11 innings and records a school-record 20 punch outs as the Sooners complete a three-game sweep of Kansas in Norman. Haddockâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performance broke the record held by Hal Cumberland who struck out 17 batters against Kansas State in 1941. Cumberlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performance is still the best by a Sooner in nine innings and was tied by Bobby Witt against Texas on March 25, 1985.



1967 - BAER STEPS DOWN, SEMORE ERA BEGINS Jack Baer, who coached 26 years at Oklahoma, steps down after ďŹ nishing his Sooner career with a 281-250 (.529) record which included the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst national title in 1951. Baer ranks third all-time with 281 wins. Enos Semore began his OU head coaching career in 1968 and ďŹ nished his ďŹ rst year below .500 (13-14) before winning a then-school record 23 games in 1969. 1972 - SOONERS RETURN TO COLLEGE WORLD SERIES In his ďŹ fth season at the helm, Semore helps guide the Sooners into the College World Series for the second time in school history (ďŹ rst since 1951). Semoreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sooners claimed the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second district title by sweeping Tulsa and won their ďŹ rst game of the CWS, a 2-1 victory over Temple in 13 innings, before dropping back-to-back games against Arizona State and Texas. The 1972 season marked a ďŹ fth-place ďŹ nish for Oklahoma and the start of ďŹ ve consecutive appearances in Omaha. During the impressive string of CWS appearances, the Sooners compiled a 240-66 record (.784) and also recorded three top-ďŹ ve ďŹ nishes (ďŹ fth in 1972 and 1974 and fourth in 1975 1975 - OU WINS 24 STRAIGHT GAMES From March 10, 1975, through April 8, the Sooners set a school record with 24 consecutive wins. The previous mark was established during the end of the 1909 season and beginning of the 1910 season when Bennie Owen coached OU to 23 straight wins. During the 1975 streak, the Sooners held the opposition to two runs or less in 14 games (six shutouts) and outscored their opponents 196-57 (8.16 runs/game). 1976 - SOONERS RECORD 62 VICTORIES, SET SCHOOL MARK Making the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ fth straight appearance in the CWS, Semore and company ďŹ nished the 1976 season with a 62-19 record. The 62 victories remains a school record and was made possible by 22 straight victories near the end of the regular season. The Sooners also won their ďŹ rst regional championship that year, claiming the crown out of the South Central Regional. 1977-1979 - OU WINS TWO BIG 8 TOURNAMENTS IN THREE YEARS Oklahoma ended the 1970s with two Big 8 Tournament Championships out of the ďŹ nal three years. The 1977 title was the ďŹ rst for OU in the conferenceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s postseason tournament and it came after it won the regular season title as well. In 1979, the Sooners once again claimed the postseason championship after ďŹ nishing third in the regular season.

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The 1954 Sooners pose for a team picture at Haskell Park located right next to the football stadium (pictured in background).

1998 - OU ESTABLISHES OFFENSIVE RECORDS The 1998 team tied a school single game record with eight home runs against Missouri Southern, including two blasts by OU’s career home run record holder Casey Bookout. The 1998 team also set season marks for total home runs (114) and homers per game (1.84). 2000 - BAJENARU SAVES 20 GAMES, EARNS FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA HONORS Closer Jeff Bajenaru finished the 2000 season with 20 saves, a school record. The reliever became the 13th Sooner All-American named to the first team. Bajenaru finished his career with 28 saves in his two years as a Sooner. He was the last player at OU to collect first team All-America honors before J.T. Wise in 2009. May 3, 2003 - OKLAHOMA WINS 2,000th GAME The OU baseball program recorded its 2,000th victory on May 3, 2003, in Norman. The Sooners reached the milestone after defeating Texas Tech, 6-1, in game two of the three-game set. OU recorded its 1,000th victory on May 2, 1977, in Norman against Bethany Nazarene, 5-1, in game one of a doubleheader that day.

October 30, 1981 - L. DALE MITCHELL PARK DEDICATION OU’s new $1.27 million stadium is dedicated in honor of Sooner great and longtime pro. The new facility took Oklahoma out of Haskell Park (pictured below), which was located next to Owen Field, its home since the late 1920s. After the ceremony on Oct. 30, 1981, Mitchell, who played in three MLB World Series, called the day his biggest thrill in the sport. The facility would later undergo a $1.3 million expansion that was completed in 2000 and included a new locker room, renovated press box, an upper concourse and increased seating capacity. Since then, the facility has again increased seating, added an indoor hitting facility and practice field and video scoreboard. May 1, 1988 - SEMORE NOTCHES WIN NO. 800 Semore records his 800th win at the helm of the Sooner program on May 1, 1988. OU defeated visiting Missouri in the final game of the three game series. A year later, Semore ended his career as the Big 8 Coach of the year and a 851-370-1 record (.691). June 11, 1994 - COCHELL GUIDES SOONERS TO SECOND NATIONAL TITLE Led by solid hitting in the championship game against Georgia Tech, Oklahoma claimed its second national title on June 11, 1994. The Sooners broke a 2-2 tie in the fifth inning with five runs en route to their fourth straight win in the tournament. OU finished the CWS as the top hitting (.327 ) and pitching (2.37 ERA) team, while ranking second in defense with five errors. Senior centerfielder Chip Glass was named the Most Oustanding Player of the series and Ryan Minor, Rick Gutierrez, Davin Traylor and Mark Redman were all named to the AllTournament Team. In the history of the NCAA Baseball College World Series, the University of Oklahoma is one of 13 schools to win multiple national titles. June 2, 1995 - SOONERS MAKE NINTH CWS APPEARANCE The Sooners make their ninth appearance at the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. OU also recorded its first back-to-back appearances since the 1975 and 1976 seasons. The Sooners’ nine CWS appearances ranks third amongst current Big 12 teams. May 3, 1997 - OU CLAIMS INAUGURAL BIG 12 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP In the first year of the Big 12 Conference, the Oklahoma Sooners defeated Texas Tech, 19-17, in the championship game to claim the first conference tournament title. OU finished the regular season in fourth place with an 18-11 record in Big 12 play. The Sooners were 39-20 overall in 1997 and went 0-2 in the NCAA Tournament.



July 15, 2005 - GOLLOWAY NAMED EIGHTH HEAD COACH Golloway was named the eighth head baseball coach at the University of Oklahoma on July 15, 2005. His appointment was made after successful stints on the Sooner staff as an assistant and interim head coach and a strong eight-year run as the head coach at Oral Roberts. Golloway was elevated from associate head coach to interim head coach on May 1, 2005, when Larry Cochell resigned. Cochell finished his coaching career at OU with a 511-336-1 overall record (.603). June 5, 2006 - SOONERS WIN 2006 NORMAN REGIONAL OU wins the 2006 NCAA Norman Regional in front of 3,531 at L. Dale Mitchell Park (the second largest in the park’s existence). The regional title was the fifth for OU and first since 1995. The win over Wichita State also meant that OU would make its first appearance in an NCAA Super Regional (format originated in 1999). In the Houston Super Regional, OU dropped the best of three series, 2-1, to then-No. 1 Rice. Sunny Golloway became just the second coach in NCAA history to guide his team to a Super Regional in his first year as a head coach (Smoke Lavall - LSU, 2002). After the 2006 College World Series concluded, the Sooners’ .983 fielding percentage finished as the highest mark in Division I baseball in 2006 and is the highest mark in school history. The percentage is also the second best in NCAA history. May 29, 2007 - IVEY NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN OF THE YEAR Senior outfielder Aaron Ivey was named the ESPN the Magazine and CoSIDA’s Academic AllAmerican of the Year for baseball. The award is one of the most prestigious bestowed upon any college baseball player. Ivey is the first in program history to receive the award and the first Sooner to receive the honor since Stacey Dales (women’s basketball) in 2002. May 25, 2009 - SOONERS RECEIVE NO. 7 NATIONAL SEED OU received the No. 7 national seed for the 2009 NCAA Touranment and hosted an NCAA Regional for the fourth time in 10 years. The Sooners earned the program’s first national seed since the field expanded to 64 teams in 1999. June 26, 2009 - WISE WINS JOHNNY BENCH AWARD Senior J.T. Wise becomes the first Sooner to collect the Johnny Bench award and the second catcher in the history of the Big 12 Conference (Kelly Shoppach - Baylor, 2001). Wise was also named a consensus All-American in 2009 and the Big 12 Player of the Year while Garrett Buechele was named the conference freshman of the year. June 14, 2010 - SOONERS MAKE 10TH CWS APPEARANCE The Sooners top No. 1 Virginia on the road in the Charlottesville Super Regional to advance to the program’s 10th College World Series appearance. OU finished the campaign with a 50-18 record, the fifth time in school history to reach the 50-win plateau. The Sooners were 1-2 in the CWS and finished as the No. 5 team in the country, its highest finish since winning the 1994 National Championship.

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...........na............3.81 .........na ............174 ...........na............. na 1965 .... .224 ..........7 .............17 ...........5.77 .........na.............139 ...........na............. na 1966 .... .233 ..........7 .............20 ...........3.94 .........na.............139 ...........na............. na 1967 .... .223 ..........11 ...........11 ...........3.42..........na.............163 ...........na............. na 1968 .... .241 ..........9 .............14 ...........4.47 .........na.............124 ...........na............. na 1969 .... .276 ..........23 ...........na............2.93 .........na.............172 ...........na............. na 1970 .... .259 ..........20 ...........45 ...........3.71 .........na.............190 ............961 ......... 46 1971 .... .275 ..........19 ...........29 ...........2.27 .........na.............248 ............954 ......... 45 1972 .... .268 ..........19 ...........49 ...........2.86 .........na.............340 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...........4.09 .........6 ..............326 ............959 ......... 78 1982 .... .289 ..........52 ...........63 ...........5.10 .........6 ..............322 ............955 ......... 98 1983 .... .317 ..........60 ...........67 ...........4.57 .........4 ..............394 ............947 ......... 115 1984 .... .338 ..........63 ...........64 ...........3.62..........7 ..............402 ............961 ......... 81 1985 .... .310 ..........91 ...........125..........4.15..........9...............463 .............969 ......... 77 1986 .... .341 ..........95 ...........155 .........6.14 .........8 ..............351 ............958 ......... 100 1987 .... .355 ..........92 ...........127 .........5.58 .........5 ..............499 ............948 ......... 115 1988 .... .308 ..........66 ...........143 .........5.54 .........8 ..............475 ............940 ......... 145 1989 .... .332 ..........76 ...........168 .........5.52 .........12 ............421 ............960 ......... 94 1990 .... .307 ..........61 ...........77 ...........5.85 .........11 ............383 ............950 ......... 105 1991 .... .324 ..........83 ...........86 ...........5.31 .........12 ............403 ............963 ......... 83 1992 .... .307 ..........83 ...........91 ...........4.99 .........13 ............437 ............966 ......... 85 1993 .... .322 ..........55 ...........83 ...........6.58 .........10 ............214 ............961 ......... 84 1994 .... .319 ..........69 ...........18 ...........4.08 .........19 ............479 ............969 ......... 82 1995 .... .312 ..........68 ...........93 ...........4.01 .........11 ............455 ............967 ......... 76 1996 .... .330 ..........52 ...........104 .........6.57 .........16 ............352 ............957 ......... 102 1997 .... .344 ..........73 ...........86 ...........5.91 .........16 ............352 ............957 ......... 102 1998 .... .335 ..........114 .........70 ...........6.25 .........11 ............548 ............971 ......... 67 1999 .... .309 ..........74 ...........44 ...........6.25 .........16 ............420 ............970 ......... 69 2000 .... .315 ..........57 ...........87 ...........4.74 .........21 ............436 ............962 ......... 96 2001 .... .298 ..........52 ...........69 ...........5.48 .........5 ..............367 ............953 ......... 110 2002 .... .297 ..........76 ...........76 ...........4.86 .........13 ............470 ............958 ......... 99 2003 .... .275 ..........38 ...........91 ...........5.15 .........12 ............356 ............957 ......... 91 2004 .... .286 ..........41 ...........73 ...........4.25 .........12 ............352 ............971 ......... 71 2005..... .294...........49 ............64............4.77..........14.............426 .............967.......... 79 2006..... .323...........54 ............85............5.05..........13.............480 .............983.......... 43 2007..... .305...........37 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1929 Bud Haswell (C) ....... .316 1930 Johnny May (2B) ...... .396 1931 Bus Wall (SS) ........... .436 1932 Ralph Brand (SS) ..... .410 1933 Doyle Tolleson (C).... .360 1934 Ray Myers (OF) ........ .454 1935 Johnny Hunter (OF). .386 1936 Gordon Clarke (1B).. .393 1937 Dale Simpson (OF) .. .385 1938 Jack Riley (3B)......... .344 1939 Herb Scheffler (1B) . .407 1940 Victor Lasater (2B) .. .420 1941 W. Stephenson (OF). .392 1942 Dale Mitchell (OF) ... .420 ----------------------------------1943-45 No records (WWII) ----------------------------------1946 Dale Mitchell (OF) ... .507 1947 Johnny Chyz (C) ...... .363 1948 Delbert Holt (1B) .... .304 1949 Bob Stephenson (SS) .350 1950 Hank Jones (1B) ...... .349 1951 Gene Sheets (1B) .... .303 1952 John Redell (C) ........ .433 1953 Buster Cloud (C) ...... .393 1954 Buster Cloud (C) ...... .311 1955 Dan Brown (CF) ....... .314 1956 Bob Burr (1B) .......... .400 1957 Dave Clary (CF)........ .314 1958 Don Nipp (C) ........... .333 1959 Bob Hembree (C) .... .421 1960 Bob Hembree (RF) .. .370 1961 George Kernek (1B). .346 1962 Buzz McDonald (IF) . .317 1963 Eddie Peach (RF) ..... .370 1964 Tom Lindsey (3B) .... .337 1965 Denny Hopkins (CF) .312 1966 Jay Cronley (2B) ...... .313 1967 Ron Rowell (LF)....... .290 1968 S. Harrington (2B) ... .344 1969 Mike Swenton (RF).. .327 1970 Bobby Jack (1B) ...... .333 1971 Mike Swenton (RF).. .327 1972 Bobby Jack (UTL) .... .346 1973 Kenny King (1B) ...... .372 1974 Keith Drumright (2B). .391

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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

Bill Severns (CF) ...... .341 Greg Stitzinger (3B) .345 Gary Thweatt (OF) ... .329 Rob Robison (OF) .... .361 Dickie Sewell (1B) ... .388 Ray Hayward (1B/P) .387 Greg Carlton (2B) .... .392 Kevin Bates (2B)...... .320 Ray Hayward (P/DH) .387 John Toal (DH)......... .440 Rusty McGinnis (1B) .349 Kevin Burdick (DH) .. .439 Chris Ebright (OF).... .460 Chris Ebright (OF).... .400 Mark Cole (SS)......... .382 S. Campbell (UTL) .... .415 Marty Neff (OF) ....... .390 Brian Eldridge (2B) . .382 Greg Norton (3B) .... .370 Darvin Traylor (OF) .. .363 Bobby Brown (OF)... .362 Bobby Brown (OF)... .384 Casey Bookout (1B) . .387 Casey Bookout (1B) . .405 Derek Wathan (SS) .. .405 Rick Park (DH) ......... .368 Tom Whiteman (SS) .360 Greg Dobbs (UTIL) ... .428 Jason Fransz (OF) .... .356 Eddie Cornejo (2B) .. .393 Ole Sheldon (1B) ..... .367 Ryan Rohlinger (SS) .345 Ryan Rohlinger (3B) . .387 Joe Dunigan (OF) ..... .352 MIke Gosse (UTL) ...... 368 J.T. Wise (C) ............... 359 Garrett Buechele (3B) 359

 RYAN ROHLINGER Now with the San Francisco Giants, Rohlinger became the 10th Sooner to lead OU in hitting in two seasons (2005-06).  GENE SHEETS Sheets led OU in hitting in 1951 en route to becoming OU’s first All-American.

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YEAR 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925* 1926* 1927* 1928 1929 1930* 1931* 1932 1933* 1934 1935* 1936* 1937 1938 1939* 1940* 1941 1942 1943-45 1946* 1947#* 1948 1949 1950 1951#* 1952 1953#* 1954 1955#* 1956#* 1957 1958 

OVERALL W L T 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 3 0 No team No team 1 3 0 No team 4 5 1 10 6 0 12 5 0 No team 13 4 0 11 9 0 11 6 0 6 6 1 11 6 0 12 7 1 17 4 0 7 9 0 No team 10 6 0 6 7 0 5 8 1 6 9 1 5 10 0 12 4 0 9 3 0 11 2 0 10 4 0 12 5 0 7 9 0 9 7 1 11 4 1 10 1 0 5 7 0 11 5 0 15 3 0 14 3 0 18 3 0 13 5 0 12 6 0 14 5 0 16 5 0 9 6 0 17 7 0 ---------------17 3 0 15 13 0 7 14 0 10 10 0 14 8 0 19 9 0 7 14 0 11 11 0 12 8 0 13 10 0 11 7 0 10 8 0 12 8 0

CONF. W L T - - - - - - -

CONF. FINISH HEAD COACH NA NA NA

None None None

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NA

None

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None Bennie Owen Bennie Owen

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NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen

- - NA - - NA - - NA - - NA - - NA - - NA - - NA 10 1 0 NA 8 4 0 NA 12 5 0 NA --NA 5 6 0 4th 9 3 1 T-1st 6 1 0 T-1st 1 3 0 5th 3 2 0 T-1st 4 2 0 NA 7 0 0 1st 6 0 0 T-1st 6 1 0 6th 6 2 0 2nd 9 1 0 1st 9 1 0 1st 6 2 0 2nd 6 1 0 2nd No records (World War II) 5 1 0 1st 7 4 0 1st 5 9 0 6th 7 5 0 2nd 7 5 0 3rd 10 1 0 1st 4 7 0 6th 7 2 0 1st 8 4 0 2nd 9 1 0 1st 7 2 0 1st 9 6 0 2nd 11 5 0 3rd

Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bennie Owen Bill Owen Bill Owen Bill Owen Bill Owen Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Lawrence Haskell Jack Baer ----------------Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer Jack Baer JackBaer

YEAR

OVERALL W L T 1959 12 11 0 1960 13 10 0 1961 10 15 0 1962 9 17 0 1963 14 10 0 1964 17 10 0 1965 7 20 0 1966 13 11 0 1967 11 16 0 1968 13 14 0 1969 23 10 0 1970 20 17 0 1971 24 11 0 1972#* 35 17 0 1973#* 48 12 0 1974#* 43 8 0 1975#* 52 10 0 1976# 62 19 0 1977#^* 37 11 0 1978* 39 20 0 1979#^ 36 27 0 1980 33 24 1 1981 40 15 0 1982# 35 25 0 1983 39 20 0 1984# 42 15 0 1985# 55 14 0 1986# 44 21 0 1987# 42 20 0 1988# 45 21 0 1989# 44 19 0 1990 31 26 0 1991# 40 23 0 1992# 43 24 0 1993 31 24 0 1994# 50 17 0 1995# 42 16 0 1996 32 25 0 1997#^ 39 20 0 1998# 42 20 0 1999 30 29 0 2000# 41 23 0 2001 25 33 1 2002# 35 27 0 2003 23 31 0 2004# 38 24 0 2005# 35 26 0 2006#$ 45 22 0 2007 34 24 0 2008# 36 26 1 2009#% 43 20 0 2010#$ 50 18 0

CONF. W L 7 10 12 7 9 10 8 13 13 5 13 8 6 15 11 6 11 9 10 8 17 4 10 9 13 8 12 8 17 4 18 3 15 3 4 2 9 1 10 2 12 8 8 10 11 13 11 6 18 6 14 4 18 6 19 3 17 7 16 8 18 6 9 15 13 11 17 7 13 14 21 9 21 7 14 12 18 11 17 11 12 18 20 10 13 16 15 12 10 17 19 8 14 13 17 10 11 16 9 17 17 10 15 10

CONF. FINISH HEAD COACH T 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 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

5th Jack Baer 3rd Jack Baer 5th Jack Baer 7th Jack Baer 2nd Jack Baer 2nd Jack Baer 8th Jack Baer 2nd Jack Baer 3rd Jack Baer 3rd Enos Semore 2nd Enos Semore 4th Enos Semore T-2nd Enos Semore 1st Enos Semore 1st Enos Semore 1st Enos Semore 1st Enos Semore 2nd Enos Semore T-1st Enos Semore 1st Enos Semore T-3rd Enos Semore 5th Enos Semore 5th Enos Semore 3rd Enos Semore 2nd Enos Semore 2nd Enos Semore 2nd Enos Semore 1st Enos Semore 2nd Enos Semore 2nd Enos Semore 3rd Enos Semore 7th Stan Meek 2nd Larry Cochell T-1st Larry Cochell 5th Larry Cochell 2nd Larry Cochell 1st Larry Cochell 3rd Larry Cochell 4th Larry Cochell 4th Larry Cochell 8th Larry Cochell 3rd Larry Cochell 7th Larry Cochell 4th Larry Cochell 7th Larry Cochell 2nd Larry Cochell 5th Cochell/Golloway 3rd Sunny Golloway 7th Sunny Golloway 8th Sunny Golloway 2nd Sunny Golloway 2nd Sunny Golloway

* - conference champion ^ - conference tournament champion # - NCAA postseason participant $ - NCAA Super Regional participant % - National seed in NCAA Tournament Italics - NCAA College World Series participant Bold - National Champion

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COACHING AWARDS 1951 National Coach of the Year ...............Jack Baer 1972 District Coach of the Year .................Enos Semore 1975 District Coach of the Year .................Enos Semore 1989 Big Eight Coach of the Year ..............Enos Semore 1994 National Coach of the Year ...............Larry Cochell 1994 Big Eight Coach of the Year ..............Larry Cochell

BY WINNING PERCENTAGE Coach Bill Owen Lawrence Haskell Enos Semore Sunny Golloway Larry Cochell Bennie Owen Stan Meek Jack Baer

Tenure 1923-26 1927-41 1968-89 2005-present 1991-2005 1906-22 1990 1942-67

|----------Overall----------| W L T Pct. 42 13 0 .764 176 74 2 .702 851 37 1 .697 220 116 1 .656 511 336 1 .603 142 102 4 .581 31 26 0 .544 281 250 0 .529

BILL OWEN Tenure ............................................1923-1926 Overall Record ............................. 42-13 (.764) Conference Record ........................ 18-5 (.783)

LAWRENCE HASKELL Tenure ............................................1927-1941 Overall Record ........................176-74-2 (.702) Conference Record ...................89-29-1 (.752)

JACK BAER Tenure ............................................1942-1967 Overall Record ......................... 281-250 (.529) Conference Record .................. 192-136 (.585)

ENOS SEMORE

BY VICTORIES |-------Overall-------| Coach W-L-T Pct. Enos Semore 851 - 370 -1 .697 Larry Cochell 511 - 336 -1 .603 Jack Baer 281 - 250 - 0 .529 Sunny Golloway 220 - 116 - 1 .655 Lawrence Haskell 176 - 74 - 2 .702 Bennie Owen 142 - 102 - 4 .581 Bill Owen 42 - 13 - 0 .764 Stan Meek 31 - 26 - 0 .544

Tenure ............................................1906-1922 Overall Record ......................142-104-4 (.581) Conference Record ..................................... NA

|-----Conference-----| W-L-T Pct. 297 - 129 - 0 .697 223 - 163 - 1 .578 192 - 136 - 0 .585 75-65-1 .537 89 - 29 - 1 .752 NA NA 18 - 5 - 0 .783 9 - 15 - 0 .375

Tenure ............................................1968-1989 Overall Record ......................851-370-1 (.697) Conference Record .................. 297-129 (.697)

STAN MEEK BILL OWEN Tenure .....................................................1990 Tenure............................................1923-1926 ............................................1923-1926 Overall Record............................. Record ............................. 42-13 31-26 (.764) (.544) Conference Record ........................ 18-5 9-15 (.783) (.375) Record........................................... Record...........................................

Conf.

LARRY COCHELL LAWRENCE HASKELL Tenure ............................................1991-2005 Tenure............................................1927-1941 ............................................1927-1941 Overall Record ......................511-336-1 (.603) ........................176-74-2 (.702) Record........................176-74-2 Conference Record ...............223-163-1 (.752) (.578) Record......................................89-29-1 Record......................................89-29-1

Conf.

SUNNY GOLLOWAY JACK BAER BILL OWEN Tenure Te ........................................2005-present Tenure............................................ ............................................1942-1967 ............................................1942 ............................................ 1942-1967 1967 ............................................1923-1926 Overall Record ......................220-116-1 Reco d......................... Record.......................... ......................... 281-250 2842-13 28 1-250 ((.655) (.529) 52 ) ............................. 42-13 (.764) Conference Record ...................75-65-1 (.537) ..................................... 192-136 (.585) Record..................................... Record...................................... 19218-5 192 -136 (.783) ........................................... 18-5 Record

Conf.

Enos Semore owns a program-record 851 wins.



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JACK BAER ..... 1942-1967 Overall .....281-250 (.529) 1962 9-17 * 8-13 Big Eight Head Coach Jack Baer 3/9 at Texas ...........................L.............0-10 3/10 at Texas ...........................L.............7-19 3/16 Loyola ..............................L...............1-6 3/17 Loyola ..............................W .............4-1 3/23 at LSU. .............................L........ 4-5(11) 4/6 *at Kansas St. ..................W .............1-0 4/6 *at Kansas St. ..................W .............4-0 4/7 *at Kansas St. ..................W .............8-6 4/13 *Nebraska .......................L...............2-5 4/13 *Nebraska .......................L.............6-12 4/14 *Nebraska .......................L...............4-5 4/20 *at Oklahoma St. .............L...............4-6 4/20 *at Oklahoma St. .............L.............5-14 4/21 *at Oklahoma St. .............W .............8-3 4/27 *at Colorado ....................W .............2-1 4/27 *at Colorado ....................L...............0-7 4/28 *at Colorado ....................W .........13-12 5/4 *Missouri .........................W .........13-10 5/4 *Missouri .........................L...............1-5 5/5 *Missouri .........................L...............6-9 5/11 *Iowa St. .........................L...............2-5 5/11 *Iowa St. .........................L...............5-6 5/12 *Iowa St. .........................W .............1-0 5/18 *at Kansas .......................L.............6-10 5/18 *at Kansas .......................L.............0-12 5/19 *at Kansas .......................L...............4-7 * - Big Eight Conference game 1963 14-10 * 13-5 Big Eight Head Coach Jack Baer 3/8 at Texas ...........................L...............0-4 3/9 at Texas ...........................L...............2-6 3/24 at Arizona ........................L.............7-10 3/25 at Arizona ........................W .............9-5 3/28 at Arizona St. ...................L...............0-8 3/29 at Arizona St. ...................L...............4-5 4/5 *Kansas ...........................W .............3-2 4/5 *Kansas ...........................W .............5-0 4/6 *Kansas ...........................W ...... 2-1(10) 4/12 *Kansas St. ......................W ..... 6-2 (11) 4/12 *Kansas St. ......................W .............3-2 4/13 *Kansas St. ......................W .............5-1 4/19 *at Nebraska ...................W .............9-2 4/19 *at Nebraska ...................W ....... 2-0 (7) 4/20 *at Nebraska ...................W .............7-1 5/3 *at Missouri .....................W .............3-2 5/3 *at Missouri .....................L...............2-5 5/4 *at Missouri .....................L...............1-8 5/10 *Oklahoma St. .................W .............3-2 5/10 *Oklahoma St. .................W .............5-4 5/11 *Oklahoma St. .................L...............1-2 5/17 *at Iowa St. .....................W .............7-4 5/18 *at Iowa St. .....................L...............2-4 5/18 *at Iowa St. .....................L.............9-10 * - Big Eight Conference game



1964 17-10 * 13-8 Big Eight Head Coach Jack Baer 3/5 at Baylor ..........................L.............3-13 3/6 at Texas ...........................W .............3-1 3/7 at Texas ...........................L.............2-10 3/24 at New Mexico .................W ...........23-5 3/25 at New Mexico .................W ...........11-6 3/26 at New Mexico .................W ...........11-3 4/10 *Nebraska .......................W ....... 6-1 (7) 4/10 *Nebraska .......................W ....... 7-0 (7) 4/11 *Nebraska .......................W ...........12-2 4/17 *at Kansas St. ..................L....... 0-1 (15) 4/17 *at Kansas St. ..................W ....... 2-0 (7) 4/18 *at Kansas St. ..................W ..... 5-4 (15) 4/24 *at Colorado ....................L...............4-5 4/24 *at Colorado ....................W ...........10-8 4/25 *at Colorado ....................L.............6-10 5/1 *Missouri .........................L...............1-4 5/1 *Missouri .........................L...............1-3 5/2 *Missouri .........................L...............0-1 5/8 *at Kansas .......................L......... 0-7 (7) 5/8 *at Kansas .......................W ....... 8-5 (7) 5/9 *at Kansas .......................W ...........14-3 5/15 *at Oklahoma St. .............L...............2-3 5/15 *at Oklahoma St. .............W .............4-1 5/16 *at Oklahoma St. .............W .............4-0 5/22 *Iowa St. .........................W .............6-5 5/23 *Iowa St. .........................W .............6-5 5/23 *Iowa St. .........................W .............5-1 * - Big Eight Conference game 1965 7-20 * 6-15 Big Eight Head Coach Jack Baer 3/5 at Texas ...........................L.............6-16 3/6 at Texas ...........................L.............3-15 3/29 at Arizona ........................L...............5-6 3/30 at Arizona ........................L.............2-11 4/2 at Arizona St. ...................L.............2-10 4/2 at Arizona St. ...................W .............1-0 4/9 *Oklahoma St. .................L......... 0-1 (7) 4/9 *Oklahoma St. .................L......... 1-4 (7) 4/10 *Oklahoma St. .................W ...........12-8 4/16 *at Missouri .....................L.............2-10 4/16 *at Missouri .....................L.............1-12 4/18 *at Missouri .....................L...............1-9 4/23 *Kansas ...........................W .............6-4 4/23 *Kansas ...........................L...............2-3 4/24 *Kansas ...........................W .............3-2 4/30 *Colorado ........................W ...........10-1 4/30 *Colorado ........................L...............5-6 5/1 *Colorado .........................W .............5-4 5/7 *at Iowa St. .....................L.............1-10 5/7 *at Iowa St. .....................L...............5-6 5/8 *at Iowa St. .....................L...............1-9 5/14 *at Nebraska ...................L...............0-2 5/14 *at Nebraska ...................L...............1-3 5/15 *at Nebraska ...................L...............2-3 5/21 *Kansas St. ......................L...............2-5 5/21 *Kansas St. ......................L...............0-1 5/22 *Kansas St. ......................W .............8-1 * - Big Eight Conference game

1966 13-11-1 * 11-6 Big Eight Head Coach Jack Baer 3/4 at Texas ...........................L...... 11-13(7) 3/4 at Texas ...........................T......... 4-4 (7) 3/5 at Texas ...........................L.............1-10 3/28 at Texas Western ..............W .............5-3 3/29 at Texas Western ..............L...............3-4 3/29 at Texas Western ..............W .............8-3 3/30 at Texas Western ..............L.............7-10 3/31 at Sul Ross .......................L...............1-3 4/8 *at Kansas St. ..................L...............0-5 4/8 *at Kansas St. ..................W .............6-4 4/9 *at Kansas St. ..................W .............3-2 4/15 *Nebraska .......................W .............3-0 4/15 *Nebraska .......................L...............1-3 4/16 *Nebraska .......................W .............4-3 4/29 *at Oklahoma St. .............W .............6-4 4/29 *at Oklahoma St. .............L...............0-2 5/6 *at Kansas .......................W ....... 5-1 (8) 5/6 *at Kansas .......................W .............6-3 5/7 *at Kansas .......................W .............6-0 5/13 *Missouri .........................W .............6-4 5/13 *Missouri .........................W .............3-0 5/14 *Missouri .........................W .............3-0 5/20 *at Colorado ....................L......... 0-1 (8) 5/20 *at Colorado ....................L......... 1-3 (8) 5/21 *at Colorado ....................L... 12-13 (10) * - Big Eight Conference game 1967 11-16 * 11-9 Big Eight Head Coach Jack Baer 3/3 at Texas ...........................L...............4-8 3/3 at Texas ...........................L......... 6-7 (7) 3/4 at Texas ...........................L...............4-7 3/27 !at Arizona St. ..................L...............0-3 3/28 at Arizona St. ...................L...............0-1 3/30 !at Arizona St. ..................L...............2-9 3/31 at Arizona St. ...................L.............3-13 4/8 *Kansas ...........................W .............3-2 4/8 *Kansas ...........................L...............2-3 4/14 *Colorado ........................W .............5-2 4/14 *Colorado ........................W ...........10-3 4/15 *Colorado ........................W, .........10-3 4/21 *at Iowa State .................W ..... 7-6 (11) 4/22 *at Iowa State .................W ....... 6-3 (8) 4/22 *at Iowa State .................L.............3-11 4/28 *Oklahoma State .............L...............2-4 4/28 *Oklahoma State .............L......... 0-1 (7) 4/29 *Oklahoma State .............W .............3-2 5/5 *at Missouri .....................L...............1-2 5/5 *at Missouri .....................L...............2-3 5/6 *at Missouri .....................L...............1-2 5/12 *Kansas State ..................W ....... 2-0 (7) 5/12 *Kansas State ..................W ....... 4-3 (7) 5/13 *Kansas State ..................L...............2-7 5/19 *at Nebraska ...................L...............2-5 5/19 *at Nebraska ...................W .............2-1 5/20 *at Nebraska ...................W .............9-6 * - Big Eight Conference game; ! - Phoenix, Ariz.

ENOS SEMORE .. 1968-1989 Overall.... 851-370-1 (.697) 1968 13-14 * 10-8 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore 2/23 at Texas ...........................W .............2-1 2/24 at Texas ...........................L......... 1-4 (7) 2/24 at Texas ...........................L......... 4-6 (7) 3/25 at Arizona ........................W .............7-5 3/26 at Arizona ........................L...............6-9 3/26 at Arizona ........................L.............1-15 3/28 at Arizona St.....................W .............6-5 3/30 at Arizona St. ...................L...............2-4 3/30 !at Arizona St. ..................L...............2-8 4/5 *Nebraska .......................W .............6-4 4/5 *Nebraska .......................W .............5-4 4/6 *Nebraska .......................L...............1-2 4/12 *at Kansas St. ..................W .............8-6 4/12 *at Kansas St. ..................L.............7-14 4/13 *at Kansas St. ..................L...............4-6 4/26 *Missouri .........................W .............3-2 4/26 *Missouri .........................W .............1-0 4/27 *Missouri .........................W .............8-1 5/3 *at Colorado ....................W .........12-11 5/3 *at Colorado ....................L.............6-10 5/4 *at Colorado ....................W ...........12-9 5/10 *Iowa St. .........................L...............2-3 5/10 *Iowa St. .........................L...............1-3 5/11 *Iowa St. .........................L...............7-9 5/16 *at Kansas .......................L...............2-3 5/16 *at Kansas .......................W,.............3-1 5/17 *at Kansas .......................W .............7-3 * - Big Eight Conference game | ! - Phoenix, Ariz. 1969 23-10 * 17-4 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore 3/7 at Texas ...........................L...............0-4 3/7 at Texas ...........................L...............0-3 3/8 at Texas ...........................W ...........11-9 3/8 at Texas ...........................L.............6-12 3/27 !Wyoming .......................W .............4-0 3/27 !Colorado Western ...........W, ...........8-0 3/27 at Arizona St. ...................L....... 4-5 (10) 3/29 at New Mexico St. ............L....... 3-4 (10) 3/29 at New Mexico St. ............W .............3-1 3/31 at Texas-El Paso ...............W .............5-2 3/31 at Texas-El Paso ...............L...............1-2 4/1 at Texas-El Paso ...............W ...........19-2 4/4 *Kansas ...........................L...............0-3 4/4 *Kansas ...........................W .............5-0 4/5 *Kansas ...........................W .............3-1 4/11 *at Nebraska ...................W .............6-3 4/11 *at Nebraska ...................W .............1-0 4/12 *at Nebraska ...................W .............3-1 4/18 *Kansas State ..................W .............8-4 4/18 *Kansas State ..................W .............8-4 4/19 *Kansas State ..................L.............3-11 4/25 *Oklahoma State .............W .............3-1 4/25 *Oklahoma State .............L...............0-1 4/26 *Oklahoma State .............W ..... 2-1 (13) 5/2 *at Iowa State .................W .............5-3 5/2 *at Iowa State .................W .............6-1 5/3 *at Iowa State .................L...............2-4 5/9 *Colorado ........................W .............6-4 5/9 *Colorado ........................W ............. 7-5 5/10 *Colorado ........................W ...........10-1 5/16 *Missouri .........................W .............8-5 5/17 *at Missouri .....................W .............8-1 5/17 *at Missouri .....................W .............8-6 * - Big Eight Conference game, ! - Tempe, Ariz.

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1970 20-17 * 10-9 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore 3/12 at St. Edwards ..................L...............1-3 3/12 at St. Edwards ..................L...............1-4 3/13 at Texas ...........................L.................-3 3/13 at Texas ...........................W .............3-2 3/14 at Texas ...........................L...............1-5 3/14 at Texas ...........................L...............2-6 3/30 !Wisconsin .......................L.............1-10 3/30 !Wyoming .......................W ...........10-3 3/30 at Arizona St. ...................L...............0-5 4/1 !Wisconsin .......................W .............7-4 4/1 !Wyoming .......................W .........15-10 4/1 at Arizona St. ...................W ...........12-3 4/10 *Kansas ...........................W .............4-3 4/10 *Kansas ...........................W .............2-0 4/11 *Kansas ...........................W .............2-1 4/17 *at Nebraska ...................W .............4-1 4/18 *at Nebraska ...................L...............6-8 4/20 Wichita St. .......................W .............8-2 4/20 Wichita St. .......................W .............3-1 4/24 *Iowa State .....................L...............2-8 4/24 *Iowa State .....................L...............5-6 4/25 *Iowa State .....................W .............7-3 5/1 *at Oklahoma St. .............W .............7-1 5/1 *at Oklahoma St. .............L...............1-8 5/2 *at Oklahoma St. .............L...............0-5 5/5 Oral Roberts ....................W ...........11-6 5/5 Oral Roberts ....................W .............3-2 5/8 *at Kansas St. ..................L.............8-10 5/8 *at Kansas St. ..................L...............4-7 5/9 *at Kansas St. ..................W .............4-3 5/11 Arkansas ..........................W ....... 2-1 (8) 5/11 Arkansas ..........................L...............2-5 5/15 *Colorado ........................L...............2-6 5/15 *Colorado ........................W .............6-0 5/16 *Colorado ........................W .............5-1 5/23 *at Missouri .....................W .............4-3 5/23 *at Missouri .....................L...............2-3 * - Big Eight Conference game ! -Tempe, Ariz.

1971 24-11 * 13-8 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore 3/19 at Texas-El Paso ...............W .............5-2 3/19 at Texas-El Paso ...............W ...........11-6 3/22 !Arizona State ..................L.............5-14 3/23 !Brigham Young ...............W .............8-3 3/23 !Stanford .........................L.............3-12 3/25 !Air Force .........................W ...........13-2 3/26 !Kansas State ...................W .............1-0 3/26 !at Cal Riverside ...............L...............7-8 3/27 !Oregon State ..................W .............6-4 4/3 Oral Roberts ....................W .............5-4 4/3 Oral Roberts ....................W .............2-0 4/3 Oral Roberts ....................W .............1-0 4/9 *Oklahoma State .............W .............4-0 4/9 *Oklahoma State .............W .............7-1 4/10 *Oklahoma State .............L...............2-4 4/16 *at Kansas .......................W .............7-2 4/16 *at Kansas .......................L...............1-5 4/17 *at Kansas .......................W .............7-5 4/23 *Kansas State ..................L...............2-3 4/23 *Kansas State ..................W .............5-1 4/24 *Kansas State ..................L,..............0-4 4/30 *at Colorado ....................W,.............4-2 5/1 *at Colorado ....................L,..............2-4 5/1 *at Colorado ....................W,............. 8-7 5/5 Friends ............................W,............. 2-0 5/5 Friends ............................W,.............4-0 5/7 *Nebraska .......................W,............ 3-1 5/7 *Nebraska .......................W,...........12-1 5/8 *Nebraska .......................W,.............1-0 5/17 *at Iowa St. .....................W,.............4-1 5/17 *at Iowa St. .....................L,..............6-7 5/19 *at Iowa St. .....................W,.............5-1 5/21 *Missouri .........................L,..............1-2 5/21 *Missouri .........................L,..............5-7 5/22 *Missouri .........................W,.............1-0 ! - Riverside Intercollegiate Tournament (Riverside, Calif.) * - Big Eight Conf. game

The 1972 Sooners started a string of five straight College World Series appearances.



1972 35-17 * 12-8 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS DISTRICT 5 CHAMPIONS NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 3/3 at Texas ...........................L,............6-13 3/3 at Texas ...........................W,.............5-1 3/4 at Texas ...........................L,............1-10 3/4 at Texas ...........................L,..............1-2 3/7 Texas-Arlington ...............W,.............9-3 3/7 Texas-Arlington ...............W,.............6-1 3/11 at Southern Methodist ....W,.............3-2 3/11 at Southern Methodist ....W,.............6-0 3/14 Friends ............................W,.............7-4 3/14 Friends ............................W,.............8-6 3/18 Oral Roberts ....................W,.............5-0 3/18 Oral Roberts ....................W,.............4-2 3/18 Oral Roberts ....................W,.............3-0 3/20 at Southern Uni. ..............L,............0-18 3/20 at Louisiana St. ................L,..............1-9 3/20 at Louisana St. .................W,.............9-1 3/23 at Louisiana St. ................L,..............0-1 3/23 at Louisiana St. ................W,.............3-1 3/25 at LSU-New Orleans ........W,.............2-0 3/25 at Tulane ..........................L,..............2-4 3/25 at Tulane ..........................W,.............5-2 3/31 *Colorado ........................W,...........10-4 4/1 *Colorado ........................W,.............8-3 4/1 *Colorado ........................L,............1-11 4/7 *at Kansas St. ..................W,.............6-2 4/7 *at Kansas St. ..................W,.............6-4 4/8 *at Kansas St. ..................W,...........12-6 4/14 *Iowa State .....................L,..............1-4 4/16 *Iowa State .....................W,.............9-1 4/16 *Iowa State .....................W,...........12-2 4/18 Dallas University ..............W,...........13-0 4/18 Dallas University ..............W,.............6-0 4/21 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,..............4-7 4/21 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,.............6-0 4/22 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,..........11-12 4/24 Oklahoma City .................W,...........15-1 4/24 Oklahoma City .................W,.............4-2 4/28 *Kansas ...........................W,.............2-0 4/28 *Kansas ...........................W,.............1-0 4/29 *Kansas ...........................L,..............0-2 5/2 Arkansas ..........................W,.............3-2 5/2 Arkansas ..........................W,.............4-3 5/5 *at Nebraska ...................L,..............5-9 5/5 *at Nebraska ...................L,..............0-2 5/15 *at Missouri .....................W,.............5-2 5/15 *at Missouri .....................W,.............4-2 5/16 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 3-7 5/27 #at Tulsa ..........................W,.............6-3 5/28 #at Tulsa ..........................W,............. 5-4 5/28 %at Lawton Pepsis ..........W,.............9-2 %at Lawton Pepsis ..........W,.............6-0 %at Liberal BeeJays ........W,.........14-10 %at Liberal BeeJays ........L,............3-10 6/10 &Temple ..........................W,.............2-1 6/11 &Arizona State ................L,..............0-1 6/12 &Texas .............................L,..............1-7 * - Big Eight Conference game; # - District 5 Playoffs (Tulsa, Okla.); % - Exhibition Games; & - College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

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1973 48-12 * 17-4 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 3/2 at LSU-New Orleans ........W,.............5-4 3/2 at LSU-New Orleans ........W,...........14-0 3/3 at LSU-New Orleans ........L,..............2-4 3/3 at Tulane ..........................W,.............6-0 3/3 at Tulane ..........................W,.............2-1 3/11 Missouri-Rolla .................W,.............4-0 3/11 Missouri-Rolla .................W,...........12-3 3/11 Missouri-Rolla .................W,...........23-0 3/13 Oral Roberts ....................L,..............1-2 3/19 !Denver ............................W,.............9-5 3/19 at Arizona ........................W,.............4-3 3/19 at Arizona ........................L,..............0-5 3/24 @Weber State .................W,.............6-1 3/24 @Northern Arizona .........W,...........13-5 3/24 at Arizona St. ...................L,........ 8-9 (8) 3/24 at Arizona St. ...................L,...... 3-4 (13) 3/31 *Missouri .........................W,.............7-0 4/1 *Missouri .........................W,.............3-0 4/1 *Missouri .........................W,.............4-3 4/4 Central St. ........................W,...........10-1 4/4 Central St. ........................W,.............9-4 4/4 Central St. ........................W,...........12-0 4/6 *Kansas St. ......................W,.............7-1 4/7 *Kansas St. ......................W,.............5-4 4/7 *Kansas St. ......................W,.............2-1 4/11 S. Western St. ...................W,...........14-2 4/11 S. Western St. ...................W,.............6-0 4/11 S. Western St. ...................W,.............8-1 4/13 *at Colorado ....................W,...........12-2 4/13 *at Colorado ....................L,..............5-8 4/14 *at Colorado ....................L,...... 4-5 (10) 4/17 Friends ............................W,.............5-0 4/17 Friends ............................W,.............2-0 4/17 Friends ............................W,.............5-0 4/20 *Oklahoma St. .................W,.............1-0 4/21 *Oklahoma St. .................W,.............7-1 4/21 *Oklahoma St. .................L,..............0-2 4/24 John Brown .....................W,.............2-0 4/24 John Brown .....................W,...........11-1 4/24 John Brown .....................W,.............9-0 4/27 *at Kansas .......................L,..............6-7 4/27 *at Kansas .......................W,.............9-2 4/28 *at Kansas .......................W,.............5-2 5/1 Louisiana Tech .................W,...........16-6 5/1 Louisiana Tech .................W,...........13-2 5/1 Louisiana Tech .................W,.............5-2 5/4 *Nebraska .......................W,.............1-0 5/4 *Nebraska .......................W,...........11-0 5/5 *Nebraska .......................W,.............5-4 5/12 Oklahoma Christian .........L,..............0-1 5/12 Oklahoma Christian .........W,.............9-8 5/16 *at Iowa St. .....................W,...........18-9 5/17 *at Iowa St. .....................W,.............6-0 5/17 *at Iowa St. .....................W,.............9-4 5/28 #Creighton ......................W,.............8-1 5/29 #Tulsa ..............................W,.............4-1 5/30 #Tulsa ..............................W,............. 5-3 6/8 &Minnesota .....................L,.............. 0-1 6/9 &Penn St. .........................W,............. 6-0 6/11 &Texas .............................L,............ 2-10 ! - Tucson, Ariz.; @ - Tempe, Ariz.; * - Big Eight Conference game; # - District 5 Playoffs (Tulsa, Okla.); & - College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

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1974 43-8 * 18-3 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 3/5 at TCU ..............................W,........... 12-8 3/5 at TCU ..............................W,............. 5-4 3/9 at Texas-El Paso ...............W,........... 21-1 3/9 at New Mexico St. ............W,............. 9-4 3/9 at New Mexico St. ............W,............. 2-0 3/11 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 5-1 3/11 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 6-3 3/15 !Iowa ...............................W,............. 8-4 3/15 !Wyoming .......................W,............. 9-5 3/15 @Arizona St. ....................W,........... 11-4 3/16 !Southern Utah ................L,.............. 3-7 3/16 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 3-4 3/16 at Arizona St. ...................W,........... 10-6 3/19 Central St. ........................W,........... 13-3 3/19 Central St. ........................W,........... 14-0 3/26 Minnesota-Morris ............W,........... 12-0 3/26 Minnesota-Morris ............W,........... 13-3 3/29 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 25-1 3/30 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 9-0 3/30 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 3-1 4/2 Oral Roberts ....................W,............. 6-0 4/2 Oral Roberts ....................W,............. 6-2 4/5 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 3-1 4/5 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 4-3 4/6 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 8-3 4/9 USC ..................................W,............. 7-6 4/9 USC ..................................W,............. 5-4 4/12 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 4-5 4/12 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-0 4/13 *at Missouri .....................W,..........17-14 4/16 TCU ..................................W,............. 7-3 4/16 TCU ..................................W,..........14-11 4/19 *Iowa State .....................W,............. 2-0 4/19 *Iowa State .....................W,............. 2-0 4/20 *Iowa State .....................W,............. 6-0 4/23 Oklahoma Christian .........W,............. 5-3 4/23 Oklahoma Christian .........L,.............. 3-5 4/26 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 4-3 4/26 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 10-3 4/27 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 7-3 5/3 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 4-5 5/3 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 3-0 5/4 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 7-1 5/10 *Colorado ........................W,............. 2-0 5/11 *Colorado ........................W,............. 8-1 5/11 *Colorado ........................L,.............. 2-8 5/30 #Tulsa ..............................W,............. 6-2 6/1 #Tulsa ..............................W,............. 5-4 6/7 &Northern Colorado ........W,........... 10-1 6/10 &Miami (Fla.) ..................L,.............. 1-5 6/11 &Texas .............................L,............ 4-10 ! - Tempe, Ariz.; @ - Phoenix, Ariz.; * - Big Eight Conference game; # - District 5 Playoffs (Oklahoma City, Okla.); & - College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)



1975 52-10 * 15-3 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 2/22 !Lamar .............................W,........... 11-1 2/22 at Baylor ..........................L,.............. 0-5 2/22 at Baylor ..........................W,........... 11-3 3/8 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 7-2 3/8 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 7-4 3/8 at UNLV ...........................L,.............. 4-9 3/10 @Brigham Young .............W,........... 11-2 3/10 @Brigham Young .............W,............. 7-4 3/10 at Hawaii .........................W,........... 11-4 3/10 at Hawaii .........................W,........... 23-6 3/12 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 4-2 3/12 at Hawaii .........................W,........... 10-4 3/14 @Nagoya, Japan ..............W,............. 7-0 3/14 @Nagoya, Japan ..............W,............. 5-1 3/14 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 4-0 3/14 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 4-3 3/19 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 7-1 3/19 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 5-1 3/21 Indiana ............................W,............. 2-1 3/22 Central St. ........................W,............. 9-0 3/22 Indiana ............................W,........... 10-0 3/24 Central Michigan .............W,............. 5-3 3/24 Central Michigan .............W,........... 15-4 4/1 Oklahoma Baptist ............W,............. 8-0 4/1 Oklahoma Baptist ............W,............. 9-1 4/5 *at Colorado ....................W,............. 7-4 4/5 *at Colorado ....................W,............. 8-2 4/6 *at Colorado ....................W,........... 10-6 4/8 Cameron ..........................W,............. 6-0 4/8 Cameron ..........................W,............. 9-8 4/11 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 4-6 4/12 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 0-1 4/12 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 5-3 4/14 Baylor ..............................W,............. 3-1 4/14 Baylor ..............................L,.............. 3-5 4/18 *$Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 3-1 4/19 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 4-0 4/19 *Oklahoma St. .................L,.............. 3-4 4/21 Arizona St. .......................W,........... 11-2 4/21 Arizona St. .......................L,.............. 3-4 4/25 *Missouri .........................W,............. 7-1 4/25 *Missouri .........................W,........... 13-1 4/26 *Missouri .........................W,............. 5-3 4/28 Houston ...........................W,............. 8-1 4/28 Houston ...........................W,............. 5-4 5/2 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 7-1 5/2 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 13-0 5/4 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 9-3 5/13 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 4-2 5/13 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 1-0 5/14 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 4-1 5/17 Lubbock Christian ............W,........... 17-4 5/17 Lubbock Christian ............W,............. 8-6 5/24 +Texas A&M ...................W,............. 5-4 5/25 +Tulsa .............................L,.............. 3-4 5/25 +Texas A&M ...................W,............. 6-4 5/26 +Tulsa .............................W,............. 2-1 5/26 +Tulsa .............................W,............. 8-5 6/6 &Texas .............................L,.............. 2-4 6/7 &Cal State Fullerton ........W,........... 11-4 6/9 &Eastern Michigan ..........W,............. 7-0 6/12 &Arizona State ................L,.............. 0-1 ! - at Waco, Texas; @ - at Honolulu, Hawaii; * - Big Eight Conference game; + - NCAA Midwest Regional (Norman, Okla.); & - College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

2/26 2/26 2/27 2/27 2/28 2/28 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/29 3/29 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/21 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/30

1976 62-19 * 15-3 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES at Louisiana Tech .............W,............. 6-4 at Louisiana Tech .............W,............. 9-2 at LSU-New Orleans ........W,............. 3-0 at LSU-New Orleans ........W,............. 4-3 at LSU-New Orleans ........W,............. 5-2 <Houston .......................L,.............. 2-6 at Nevada-Las Vegas .......W,............. 8-6 !Brigham Young ...............W,............. 4-2 !Brigham Young ...............W,............. 8-3 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 4-0 at Arizona ........................L,.............. 1-7 at Arizona ........................L,.............. 3-6 at Arizona ........................L,............ 1-14 at Arizona ........................L,.............. 8-9 @Wyoming .....................W,............. 8-5 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 0-4 @N.W. Missouri ................W,........... 15-2 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 3-8 @Wyoming .....................W,............. 4-3 @Northern Arizona .........W,............. 7-4 @Arizona St. ....................L,.............. 2-5 Central St. ........................W,............. 5-4 Central St. ........................W,........... 14-4 Southeastern St. ..............W,............. 1-0 Southeastern St. ..............W,............. 5-1 Northeastern St. ..............W,........... 11-1 Northeastern St. ..............W,........... 16-6 Arizona St. .......................L,............ 5-19 Arizona St. .......................L,.............. 5-7 Central Michigan .............W,............. 3-0 Central Michigan .............W,........... 13-2 Texas Tech ........................W,............. 3-0 Texas Tech ........................W,............. 7-0 Southern Illinois ..............L,............ 7-14 Southern Illinois ..............W,............. 7-6 Southern Illinois ..............W,............. 4-0 Southern Illinois ..............W,............. 7-5 *Missouri .........................W,............. 6-3 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 2-6 *Colorado ........................W,........... 14-2 *$Colorado ......................L,.............. 0-3 *Colorado ........................W,........... 15-0 *Colorado ........................W,........... 11-1 Dallas ..............................W,............. 6-1 Dallas ..............................W,........... 12-0 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 6-0 *Iowa St. .........................L,.............. 3-4 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 10-0 *$Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 5-0 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 7-5 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 5-4 Oklahoma Baptist ............W,............. 1-0 Oklahoma Baptist ............W,............. 7-0 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 1-0 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 4-2 USC ..................................W,............. 3-2 Cameron ..........................W,........... 12-0 Cameron ..........................W,........... 13-2 *Oklahoma St. .................W,........... 13-0 *$Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 9-8 *Oklahoma St. .................W,........... 18-4 *$Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 3-2 Oklahoma Christian .........W,............. 8-1 Oklahoma Christian .........W,........... 10-1 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 13-1 *$Kansas St. ....................W,............. 6-5 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 8-5

5/1 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 21-2 5/1 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 12-2 5/8 ^Missouri .......................L,.............. 2-4 5/9 ^Nebraska ......................W,........... 15-5 5/10 ^Oklahoma St. ................W,............. 2-1 5/11 ^Missouri .......................W,............. 8-0 5/12 ^Iowa St. ........................W,............. 9-4 5/14 ^Missouri .......................L,.............. 3-5 5/28 +Miami (Fla.) ..................W,........... 11-3 5/29 +Texas ............................W,............. 3-2 5/31 +Texas ............................L,.............. 5-6 5/31 +Texas ............................W,............. 4-1 6/12 &Washington St. ..............L,.............. 1-6 6/13 &Arizona .........................L,............ 2-10 < - New Orleans, La.; ! - Las Vegas, Nev.; @ Tempe, Ariz.; $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); * Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA South Central Regional (Arlington, Texas); & - College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

3/11 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/22 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/30 3/30 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/5 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/11 4/15 4/15 4/19 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/26 4/29 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/2 5/2 5/6 5/7 5/20 5/21 5/22

1977 37-11 * 9-1 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL Oklahoma Baptist ............W,........... 12-8 New Mexico .....................W,............. 4-3 New Mexico .....................W,........... 12-4 New Mexico .....................W,........... 13-4 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 4-9 at Hawaii .........................L,............ 2-10 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 2-5 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 3-4 !Tokai, Japan ....................W,............. 2-1 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 7-4 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 3-4 !Tokai, Japan ....................W,............. 6-5 @Washington State .........W,............. 5-4 @Cal-Santa Barbara ........L,...........10-12 at UNLV ...........................W,..........15-10 at Tulsa ............................W,............. 5-3 at Tulsa ............................W,............. 8-5 Tulsa ................................W,............. 3-2 $Tulsa ..............................W,............. 5-3 Tulsa ................................W,............. 7-3 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 2-8 at Tulsa ............................W,........... 15-7 $Oral Roberts ..................W,............. 8-3 Arkansas ..........................L,.............. 2-5 Arkansas ..........................W,............. 4-3 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 19-6 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 3-2 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 7-6 at S. Western St.................W,............. 7-3 *Colorado ........................W,............. 9-1 *Colorado ........................W,............. 7-3 *Colorado ........................W,............. 7-1 *Colorado ........................W,............. 4-3 at Tulsa ............................W,............. 6-5 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 5-0 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 4-2 *Kansas St. ......................L,.............. 3-5 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 9-1 Bethany Nazarene ...........W,............. 5-1 Bethany Nazarene ...........W,........... 12-1 at Southern Illinois ..........W,............. 3-2 at Southern Illinois ..........W,............. 5-2 ^Kansas ..........................W,............. 5-0 ^Missouri .......................W,........... 13-6 ^Missouri .......................W,........... 16-6

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1977 CONTINUED 5/28 +Michigan ......................W,............. 3-1 5/29 +Southern Illinois ...........L,.............. 3-7 5/30 +Michigan ......................L,.............. 2-5 ! - Honolulu, Hawaii; @ - Las Vegas, Nev.; $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Midwest Regional (Norman, Okla.)

3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/14 3/14 3/18 3/18 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/15 5/17



1978 39-20 * 10-2 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore Cameron ..........................W,............. 8-2 Cameron ..........................W,............. 9-5 Southwestern ..................W,............. 8-0 Southwestern ..................W,............. 7-1 !Murray St. .......................W,............. 2-1 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 1-2 !Murray St. .......................W,............. 1-0 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 3-5 !Murray State ..................W,............. 4-3 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 4-5 !Murray State ..................W,............. 6-4 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 0-5 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 4-3 at UNLV ...........................W,........... 11-4 @at Vanderbilt ................L,.............. 7-8 @Miami (Ohio) ................L,.............. 3-4 @David Lipscomb ............W,............. 9-5 @Belmont .......................W,........... 21-2 @Virginia Tech .................L,.............. 2-4 @Southeastern St. ...........L,.............. 1-5 @Trevecca ........................W,............. 8-6 at Tulsa ............................L,.............. 1-4 at Tulsa ............................W,............. 7-3 Tulsa ................................L,.............. 2-4 Tulsa ................................L,.............. 1-2 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 2-1 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 8-0 Dallas Baptist ..................W,........... 12-3 Dallas Baptist ..................W,........... 11-5 TCU ..................................W,........... 10-2 TCU ..................................W,............. 6-3 $Tulsa ..............................W,........... 12-3 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 9-6 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 9-8 Texas Wesleyan ................W,........... 15-0 *Oklahoma St. .................L,.............. 0-1 *Oklahoma St...................W,............. 4-1 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 4-1 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 7-2 Oral Roberts ....................L,............ 8-22 *at Colorado ....................W,........... 30-2 *at Colorado ....................W,............. 7-0 *at Colorado ....................W,............. 8-7 *at Colorado ....................W,........... 13-2 Cameron ..........................W,........... 12-1 John Brown .....................W,............. 4-1 John Brown .....................W,............. 4-3 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 2-1 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 11-1 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 3-2 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 4-6 Southern Illinois ..............W,............. 2-0 Southern Illinois ..............L,.............. 2-3 Southern Illinois ..............L,.............. 2-9 Southern Illinois ..............L,.............. 2-3 at Oral Roberts ................L,............ 5-13 ^Kansas ..........................W,............. 2-1

5/18 ^Missouri .......................L,.............. 3-4 5/19 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,.............. 6-8 ! - Honolulu, Hawaii; @ - Vanderbilt Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.); $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

3/1 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/6 3/6 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/24 3/24 3/24 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/29 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/12 5/13 5/16

1979 36-27 * 12-8 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL at Louisiana Tech .............L,.............. 3-6 at Tulane ..........................W,............. 8-6 at New Orleans ................L,.............. 5-6 at New Orleans ................L,............ 1-10 Southeastern St. ..............W,........... 11-6 Southeastern St. ..............W,............. 9-2 at UTEP ............................L,.............. 1-3 at UTEP ............................W,............. 7-3 at UTEP ............................L,.............. 7-8 at UTEP ............................L,...........11-14 @Grand Canyon ...............W,............. 7-6 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 4-8 @Grand Canyon ...............W,........... 10-9 at Arizona St. ...................L,............ 1-13 @Northern Arizona .........L,............ 9-10 @Linfield College .............W,........... 20-2 @Northern Arizona .........L,............ 7-11 @Linfield College .............W,........... 10-3 Southwestern St. .............W,............. 7-3 Southwestern St. .............W,..........12-11 Southwestern St. .............W,........... 11-2 Southwestern St. .............W,........... 10-6 at Oklahoma City .............L,.............. 2-3 at Oklahoma City .............W,............. 9-5 $Texas Wesleyan ..............W,............. 9-0 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 9-2 at Tulsa ............................L,.............. 4-5 Tulsa ................................L,.............. 3-7 Tulsa ................................W,........... 15-0 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 4-5 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 0-6 *Missouri .........................W,............. 5-3 *Iowa State .....................L,............ 5-13 *Iowa State .....................W,............. 4-2 Cameron ..........................W,........... 12-3 Cameron ..........................W,........... 13-1 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 0-4 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 3-6 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 0-5 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 1-9 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-1 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 4-3 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 15-1 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 7-0 at Oral Roberts ................L,............ 5-12 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 8-6 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,.............. 2-4 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,.............. 5-6 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 11-7 Oklahoma City .................L,.............. 1-5 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 4-3 *Colorado ........................W,........... 10-2 *Colorado ........................W,........... 12-6 *Colorado ........................W,........... 10-0 *Colorado ........................W,............. 9-1 at Southern Illinois ..........L,.............. 0-7 at Southern Illinois ..........W,............. 2-0 ^Nebraska ......................W,............. 7-6

5/17 ^Missouri .......................W,........... 10-7 5/19 ^Nebraska ......................W,............. 9-7 5/25 +Arizona .........................L,.............. 1-8 5/26 +Indiana State ................W,............. 9-2 5/27 +Hawaii ..........................L,............ 8-12 @ - Tempe, Ariz.; * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Midwest Regional (Tucson, Ariz.); $ - forfeit

2/29 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/3 5/3 5/10 5/11

1980 33-24-1 * 8-10 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 2-3 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 2-1 at Hawaii .........................L,............ 1-11 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 1-0 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 7-8 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 6-5 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 5-3 at UNLV ...........................L,.............. 0-9 at UNLV ...........................L,.............. 5-6 at UNLV ...........................L,............ 7-11 @Arizona St. ....................W,............. 8-2 East Central .....................W,............. 5-2 East Central .....................W,............. 9-6 Southwestern ..................W,............. 6-2 Southwestern ..................W,............. 8-0 Wisconsin ........................W,............. 8-3 Wisconsin ........................W,........... 19-0 Wisconsin ........................W,........... 22-3 St. Francis ........................W,............. 8-7 St. Francis ........................L,.............. 4-5 St. Francis ........................L,.............. 3-6 St. Francis ........................W,............. 3-2 St. Francis ........................W,............. 9-8 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 1-8 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 3-0 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 5-2 at Tulsa ............................L,.............. 2-3 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 9-4 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 7-6 Cameron ..........................W,............. 9-7 Cameron ..........................T, .............. 9-9 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 4-7 *at Missouri .....................L,............ 6-11 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 8-5 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 10-7 John Brown .....................L,............ 8-11 John Brown .....................W,........... 13-2 *Kansas ...........................L,............ 6-12 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 4-8 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 6-5 *Nebraska .......................L,.............. 6-9 Dallas Baptist ..................W,........... 12-1 Dallas Baptist ..................W,............. 7-3 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 10-4 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 1-3 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 10-4 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 12-2 Tulsa ................................W,............. 4-0 *Oklahoma St. .................L,.............. 3-7 *Oklahoma St. .................L,............ 6-11 *Oklahoma St. .................L,............ 7-11 *Oklahoma St. .................L,...........11-16 at Oklahoma City .............W,............. 9-0 at Oklahoma City .............L,.............. 1-4 *at Colorado ....................W,............. 4-3 *at Colorado ....................W,............. 9-2 ^Nebraska ......................L,............ 6-13 ^Missouri .......................L,.............. 1-6

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@ - Las Vegas, Nev.; * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 1981 40-15 * 11-13 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore 3/5 Southeastern State ..........L,.............. 5-6 3/7 at Tampa .........................W,............. 6-1 3/7 at Eckerd ..........................W,............. 6-4 3/8 at St. Leo ..........................W,............. 6-2 3/8 at St. Leo ..........................W,............. 4-0 3/10 at St. Leo ..........................W,........... 12-1 3/11 @Buffalo .........................W,........... 17-7 3/11 at South Florida ...............W,............. 9-3 3/12 @Buffalo .........................W,............. 2-1 3/12 @Buffalo .........................W,............. 9-2 3/13 @Buffalo .........................W,........... 17-3 3/14 at Eckerd ..........................W,............. 7-1 3/17 Illinois .............................W,............. 5-2 3/17 Illinois .............................W, ............ 7-0 3/18 Illinois .............................W,........... 16-6 3/18 Illinois .............................W,........... 21-3 3/19 St. Francis ........................W,........... 16-1 3/19 St. Francis ........................W,..........23-15 3/20 St. Francis ........................W,........... 16-2 3/20 St. Francis ........................W,............. 6-4 3/21 St. Francis ........................W,........... 18-9 3/21 St. Francis ........................W,............. 8-6 3/27 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 4-1 3/27 *Iowa St. .........................L,.............. 5-6 3/29 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 11-4 3/29 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 5-3 3/31 Texas Wesleyan ................W,........... 10-4 3/31 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 8-6 4/2 Cameron ..........................W,........... 19-2 4/2 Cameron ..........................W,........... 17-7 4/4 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 5-2 4/4 *at Nebraska ...................L,...........10-15 4/5 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 0-5 4/5 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 4-6 4/10 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 17-3 4/10 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 14-3 4/11 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 15-0 4/11 *Kansas St. ......................L,.............. 4-5 4/17 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 5-6 4/21 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 6-1 4/21 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 4-3 4/25 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 9-0 4/25 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 5-13 4/26 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 5-3 4/26 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,.............. 4-9 4/28 Midwestern .....................W,............. 9-7 4/28 Midwestern .....................W,........... 13-3 5/1 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 5-2 5/1 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 0-4 5/2 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 3-2 5/2 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 2-3 5/9 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 1-3 5/9 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 4-6 5/11 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 3-6 5/11 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 4-6 @ - St. Petersburg, Fla.; * - Big Eight Conference game

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1982 35-25 * 11-6 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL 2/27 Cameron ..........................W,........... 15-4 3/1 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 10-4 3/1 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 7-5 3/3 Southwestern St. .............L,.............. 3-5 3/3 Southwestern St. .............L,.............. 3-6 3/6 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 9-2 3/7 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 3-7 3/7 at Hawaii .........................L,.............. 0-4 3/9 at Hawaii .........................W,........... 14-4 3/9 at Hawaii .........................W,............. 4-0 3/10 @Creighton .....................W,............. 8-7 3/10 @Creighton .....................W,............. 9-1 3/12 at UNLV ...........................L,............ 6-17 3/12 at UNLV ...........................W,........... 10-8 3/12 at UNLV ...........................L,.............. 4-8 3/13 at UNLV ...........................W,............. 6-3 3/15 Notre Dame .....................W,........... 15-3 3/16 Illinois .............................W,............. 3-2 3/16 Illinois .............................W,............. 5-3 3/18 Southeastern St. ..............L,.............. 7-9 3/19 Texas Wesleyan ................W,............. 6-5 3/20 Texas Wesleyan ................L,.............. 1-5 3/20 Texas Wesleyan ................L,.............. 5-7 3/23 Central State ....................W,........... 21-0 3/26 *Missouri .........................W,............. 5-4 3/30 at Texas A&M ...................L,.............. 0-2 3/30 at Texas A&M ...................W,............. 6-3 4/3 *at Kansas .......................W,..........13-10 4/3 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 5-3 4/4 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 2-6 4/4 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 8-9 4/9 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 7-5 4/10 *Oklahoma St ..................L,.............. 1-7 4/10 *Oklahoma St. .................L,............ 8-21 4/11 *Oklahoma St. .................L,...........11-12 4/12 Texas A&M .......................L,...........10-11 4/14 at Oklahoma City .............L,............ 7-13 4/16 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 4-0 4/17 Oral Roberts ....................L,............ 2-10 4/17 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 0-6 4/19 Texas Tech ........................W,............. 3-2 4/20 Phillips ............................W,............. 8-3 4/24 *at Kansas St. ..................W,..........21-11 4/24 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 7-5 4/25 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 9-3 4/25 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 5-1 4/27 Midwestern .....................W,........... 14-3 4/27 Midwestern .....................L,.............. 5-6 5/8 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 4-5 5/8 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 12-4 5/9 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 9-4 5/9 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 3-0 5/14 ^Nebraska ......................W,........... 12-8 5/15 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,.............. 6-7 5/16 ^Nebraska ......................W,............. 8-2 5/17 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,.............. 3-5 5/28 +Ohio St. .........................W,............. 5-2 5/29 +Texas ............................L,.............. 0-8 5/30 +Florida St. .....................W,............. 6-5 5/30 +Eastern Michigan .........L,.............. 2-9 @ - Honolulu, Hawaii; * - Big Eight game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City); + - NCAA Central Regional (Austin,Texas)



1983 39-20 * 18-6 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore 2/17 !Oklahoma City ................L,.............. 7-9 2/17 !at Pan American .............L,.............. 2-3 2/18 !Lamar .............................L,.............. 3-5 2/19 !Oklahoma City ................L,.............. 6-7 2/20 !at Pan American .............W,............. 7-2 3/1 Oklahoma Christian .........W,............. 7-0 3/1 Oklahoma Christian .........W,............. 7-0 3/2 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 11-6 3/5 Arkansas ..........................W,........... 11-4 3/5 Arkansas ..........................L,............ 3-14 3/6 Arkansas ..........................L,.............. 2-7 3/7 Indiana State ...................W,............. 8-6 3/7 Indiana State ...................L,............ 0-16 3/8 Southeastern State ..........W,............. 7-6 3/9 Marymount College .........W,............. 4-1 3/11 @Detroit ..........................W,........... 18-0 3/13 at St. Leo ..........................W,........... 17-1 3/13 at St. Leo ..........................W,............. 5-0 3/18 #Lafayette .......................W,............. 9-3 3/18 at Florida Southern ..........W,............. 9-0 3/18 <Air Force .......................W,........... 12-9 3/22 St. Francis ........................L,.............. 1-2 3/22 St. Francis ........................W,............. 3-1 3/26 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 10-9 3/27 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 0-1 3/27 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 5-4 3/28 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 7-2 3/29 Baker ...............................W,............. 9-2 4/2 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 9-7 4/2 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,...........14-15 4/3 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 6-1 4/3 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 11-7 4/9 at Oral Roberts ................L,.............. 2-6 4/9 at Oral Roberts ................L,.............. 5-8 4/16 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-5 4/16 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 4-0 4/17 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 8-5 4/17 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 4-3 4/19 at Oklahoma City .............L,.............. 5-6 4/23 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 1-3 4/23 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 4-7 4/24 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 4-3 4/24 *at Nebraska ...................W,........... 10-5 4/27 Midwestern .....................W,........... 12-8 4/27 Midwestern .....................L,...........12-13 4/30 *Iowa St. .........................W,..........11-10 4/30 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 9-3 5/1 *Iowa St. .........................W,..........20-11 5/1 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 16-9 5/7 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 8-6 5/7 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 7-8 5/8 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 6-7 5/8 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-4 5/11 ^Kansas St. .....................W,............. 6-2 5/12 ^Iowa St. ........................W,............. 7-6 5/15 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,.............. 1-3 5/15 ^Nebraska ......................W,............. 2-1 5/16 ^Oklahoma St. ................W,........... 10-8 5/17 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,............ 7-13 ! - Pan American Tournament (Edinburg, Texas); @ - Univ. of S. Florida (Tampa, Fla.); < - Tampa Univ. (Tampa, Fla.); # - Lakeland, Fla.; * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

1984 42-15 * 14-4 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL 2/25 Southwestern St. .............W,........... 17-3 2/25 Southwestern St. .............W,........... 19-8 2/29 Oklahoma Christian .........W,........... 10-5 3/3 Southwestern St. .............W,............. 3-2 3/5 Northwest Missouri .........W,............. 5-2 3/5 Northwest Missouri .........W,............. 5-1 3/6 Southeastern St. ..............W,............. 5-2 3/8 at North Texas .................W,........... 14-3 3/8 at North Texas .................W,........... 14-2 3/9 at Dallas Baptist ..............W,............. 8-2 3/9 at Dallas Baptist ..............W,............. 5-3 3/11 !Maine .............................L,.............. 3-4 3/12 !Central Michigan ............L,.............. 1-2 3/12 !at Pan American .............W,............. 4-1 3/13 !Maine .............................W,............. 4-2 3/14 !Central Michigan ............W,........... 12-4 3/15 !Kansas ............................L,............ 8-10 3/16 !at Pan American .............W,............. 5-1 3/17 !Maine .............................L,.............. 2-6 3/22 at Oklahoma City .............W,............. 3-0 3/25 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 19-0 3/25 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 5-0 4/1 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 5-4 4/1 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 2-1 4/2 Phillips ............................W,........... 25-2 4/4 North Texas .....................W,............. 4-0 4/4 North Texas .....................W,............. 9-1 4/9 Oklahoma City .................L,.............. 2-3 4/9 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 5-0 4/10 Dallas Baptist ..................W,............. 5-3 4/10 Dallas Baptist ..................W,............. 8-1 4/11 Cameron ..........................W,........... 19-0 4/11 Cameron ..........................W,........... 17-3 4/15 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 3-2 4/15 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 15-3 4/16 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 12-2 4/16 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 15-0 4/17 at Oral Roberts ................L,............ 6-13 4/20 *Nebraska .......................L,...........16-27 4/20 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 7-1 4/22 *Nebraska .......................L,.............. 2-4 4/22 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 6-0 4/28 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 14-7 4/28 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 9-2 5/1 Oral Roberts ....................L,............ 7-11 5/3 at Oklahoma City .............W,............. 4-3 5/5 *Missouri .........................W,............. 9-4 5/5 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 1-3 5/6 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 7-8 5/6 *Missouri .........................W,............. 6-4 5/10 ^Nebraska ......................L,............ 7-15 5/11 ^Missouri .......................W,..........17-12 5/12 ^Nebraska ......................W,............. 5-2 5/13 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,............ 4-13 5/20 at Texas A&M ...................W,........... 13-6 5/25 +Nevada-Las Vegas ........L,.............. 1-2 5/26 +Lamar ...........................L,.............. 3-4 ! - Citrus Classic (Edinburg, Texas); * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Central Regional (Austin, Texas)

2/26 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/19 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/3 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/12 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/18

1985 55-14 * 18-6 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL Southwestern St. .............W,............. 2-0 Southwestern St. .............W,........... 12-0 at Southwestern St. .........W,........... 13-2 at Texas ...........................W,............. 6-5 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 1-2 !Morningside ...................W,........... 11-0 !Penn St. ..........................W,........... 12-0 !Penn St............................W,............. 8-0 !at Pan American .............W,............. 4-1 !Morningside ...................W,............. 9-1 !at Pan American .............W,............. 8-1 !Texas A&M ......................W,........... 12-5 #Kansas ...........................W,............. 5-3 #Texas A&M .....................W,............. 7-0 #Arkansas State ...............W,........... 15-4 #Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-4 #Houston .........................W,............. 7-0 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 7-1 Southwestern St. .............W,............. 8-3 Phillips ............................W,............. 7-3 Mankato St. .....................W,............. 7-2 Mankato St. .....................W,........... 19-3 $Texas .............................W,............. 6-3 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 21-8 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 1-11 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 6-11 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,.............. 0-8 at Southwestern St. .........W,............. 4-2 %Cal State Fullerton ........W,............. 6-2 %Miami ..........................W,............. 7-1 %USC ..............................W,............. 5-4 %Cal State Fullerton ........L,............ 4-12 North Texas .....................L,.............. 3-4 North Texas .....................W,........... 11-1 at Oklahoma City .............W,........... 10-6 Dallas Baptist ..................W,............. 7-1 Northeastern St. ..............W,........... 21-1 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 10-0 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 2-0 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 9-8 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 12-5 Oklahoma City .................L,.............. 0-3 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 9-8 *at Nebraska ...................L,............ 9-10 *at Nebraska ...................W,..........15-13 *at Nebraska ...................W,........... 11-9 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 7-5 $Oral Roberts ..................W,............. 9-7 Southwestern ..................W,............. 9-5 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 7-2 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 12-2 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 12-2 *Iowa St. ..........................W,............. 3-0 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-5 *at Missouri .....................W,........... 17-6 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 4-8 *at Missouri .....................W,........... 19-9 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 12-2 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 16-2 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 3-4 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 5-4 ^Nebraska ......................W,..........18-11 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,............ 5-11 ^Nebraska ......................W,............. 5-3 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,............ 4-19

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1985 Continued 5/23 +Lamar ...........................W,............. 9-1 5/24 +Grambling ....................W,............. 5-2 5/25 +Texas ............................L,.............. 4-9 5/25 +Lamar ...........................L,.............. 5-7 ! - Palm Valley Tournament (Edinburg, Texas); # - Citrus Tournament (Ediburg, Texas); % - Knor Sooner Shootout (Oklahoma City, Okla.); $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Central Regional (Austin, Texas)

2/18 2/18 2/21 2/22 2/22 2/23 2/24 2/28 3/1 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/30 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/30 4/30 5/3 5/3 5/4



1986 44-21 * 19-3 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL Southwestern St. .............W,........... 21-0 Southwestern St. .............W,........... 14-0 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 5-6 at Arizona St. ...................L,............ 4-10 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 4-8 at UNLV ...........................L,...........16-18 at UNLV ...........................L,...........10-17 TCU ..................................L,............ 7-10 TCU ..................................W,........... 10-5 Southwestern St. .............W,........... 33-6 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 8-9 at Texas ...........................L,............ 1-17 !Central Michigan ............W,............. 3-2 !at Pan American .............W,........... 10-2 !Kansas ............................W,........... 13-7 !Arkansas St. ....................W,........... 10-3 !Baylor .............................L,.............. 2-3 !Central Michigan ............L,.............. 1-9 at Houston .......................W,........... 15-7 at Houston .......................W,............. 9-3 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 4-3 South Dakota St. ..............W,........... 11-1 South Dakota St. ..............W,........... 17-3 Cal Poly ............................L,...........12-15 Northeastern ...................W,........... 29-4 Cal Poly ............................W,........... 19-4 Oral Roberts ....................W,............. 9-7 $*Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 8-7 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 8-2 $*Oklahoma St ................W,............. 3-2 *Oklahoma St. .................L,............ 3-22 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 13-1 Ark-Little Rock ................W,........... 20-5 $Texas .............................L,............ 3-17 $Texas .............................L,.............. 1-5 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 7-5 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 4-2 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 10-2 *at Kansas St. ..................W,..........27-22 at Oral Roberts ................L,.............. 8-9 $*Nebraska .....................W,........... 12-6 $*Nebraska .....................W,............. 4-3 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 5-0 Dallas Baptist ..................W,........... 12-1 Dallas Baptist ..................W,........... 14-5 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 5-0 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 7-3 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 2-3 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 6-5 North Texas .....................W,........... 19-4 North Texas .....................W,........... 17-5 *Missouri .........................W,........... 11-7 *Missouri .........................W,............. 8-3 *Missouri .........................W,........... 18-8

5/4 *Missouri .........................W,........... 16-7 5/11 *at Kansas .......................L,............ 9-10 5/11 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 11-7 5/12 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 6-0 5/15 ^Missouri .......................W,........... 14-8 5/16 ^Oklahoma State ............W,............. 7-5 5/17 ^Oklahoma State ............L,............ 7-12 5/18 ^Oklahoma State ............L,.............. 3-9 5/22 +Eastern Kentucky ..........W,..........21-14 5/23 +LSU ...............................L,.............. 5-8 5/24 +Tulane ..........................L,............ 5-14 ! - Citrus Tournament (Edinburg, Texas); * - Big Eight Conference game; $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA South I Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)

2/26 2/27 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/3 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/27 3/28 3/28 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/2

1987 42-20 * 17-7 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL !at UNLV ..........................W,............. 3-2 !New Mexico St. ...............W,........... 19-2 !Lewis-Clark St. ................W,..........12-10 !New Mexico St. ...............W,............. 7-2 !at UNLV ..........................W,............. 9-4 Southeastern St. ..............W,............. 9-5 @St. Edwardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ..................W,............. 8-7 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 5-6 at Texas ...........................W,........... 13-4 #at Pan American ............W,............. 4-1 #New Mexico St. ..............L,.............. 0-4 #Central Michigan ...........L,.............. 1-2 #Michigan .......................W,............. 8-0 North Texas .....................W,........... 15-3 North Texas .....................W,........... 15-5 Washington St. ................L,...........14-16 Washington St. ................L,.............. 4-5 Ft. Hays St. .......................W,........... 12-2 Dallas Baptist ..................W,..........13-12 Dallas Baptist ..................W,........... 13-4 Kansas Wesleyan .............W,........... 17-7 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 11-7 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 21-5 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 19-2 Mankato St. .....................W,........... 17-5 at Oral Roberts ................L,...........13-14 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 13-6 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 7-3 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 11-0 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 8-7 Oral Roberts ....................L,............ 9-10 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 8-9 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 2-3 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 2-3 *at Nebraska ...................L,............ 6-10 at Arkansas ......................L,...........11-12 *Iowa St. .........................W,..........14-13 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 6-1 *Iowa St. .........................W,..........19-11 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 8-7 TCU ..................................L,............ 7-14 TCU ..................................W,............. 6-5 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 5-3 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 2-3 *at Missouri .....................W,........... 11-8 *at Missouri .....................W,........... 12-2 Emporia St. ......................W,........... 14-8 Emporia St. ......................W,............. 8-2 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 11-0 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 9-2

5/3 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 20-9 5/3 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 16-5 5/8 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 8-4 5/9 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 7-23 5/9 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 2-14 5/10 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 15-8 5/13 ^Nebraska ......................W,........... 11-3 5/14 ^Oklahoma St. ................W,............. 9-4 5/16 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,............ 6-15 5/17 ^Oklahoma St. ................L,.............. 6-9 5/21 +Sam Houston State .......L,.............. 1-5 5/22 +Texas ............................L,............ 5-10 ! - at Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.); # - at Palm Valley Tournament (Edinburg, Texas); @ - neutral site; * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Central Regional (Austin, Texas)

2/20 2/21 2/25 2/26 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/24 3/25 3/25 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/29 4/30 4/20 5/1 5/6 5/7

1988 45-21 â&#x20AC;˘ 22-13 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA WEST II REGIONAL Kearney St .......................W,............. 8-6 Kearney St. ......................W,........... 14-9 !vs. Georgia Tech ..............W,............. 6-4 !vs. TCU ............................W,............. 7-2 !at. UNLV ..........................L,...........10-11 !vs. Georgia Tech ..............W,............. 3-2 !at UNLV ..........................W,........... 13-5 at Texas-Arlington ...........L,.............. 4-5 at Texas-Arlington ............W,............. 5-3 at Texas-Arlington ...........L,...........10-11 #vs. New York Tech ...........W,............. 9-7 #vs. Pan American ...........L,.............. 0-3 #vs. Arkansas St. ..............W,........... 12-8 #vs. Sam Houston St. .......W,............. 5-1 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 3-9 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 1-7 New Mexico .....................W,............. 6-2 Stephen F. Austin .............W,............. 9-5 New Mexico .....................L,............ 2-11 North Texas .....................W,........... 10-4 at Oral Roberts ................L,.............. 2-5 Oral Roberts ....................W,............. 7-6 Oklahoma City .................W,..........23-12 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,..........17-12 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,............. 8-7 Kent State .......................W,........... 24-5 Texas ...............................W,........... 11-8 Texas ...............................L,............ 1-15 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 11-9 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 2-3 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 9-5 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 12-6 Arkansas ..........................W,........... 11-3 Dallas Baptist ..................W,........... 13-2 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 7-3 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 2-1 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 6-5 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 10-5 Missouri Southern ...........W,............. 6-2 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 13-8 *at Iowa St. .....................L,...........10-11 *at Iowa St. .....................L,............ 3-13 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 5-2 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 2-3 *Missouri .........................W,............. 4-1 *Missouri .........................W,........... 19-7 *Missouri .........................W,........... 10-4 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 10-8 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 0-3

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5/7 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 4-0 5/8 *at Kansas .......................L,............ 8-12 5/13 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,............ 2-15 5/14 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,.............. 3-5 5/14 $*Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 9-8 5/15 $*Oklahoma St. ...............W,........... 12-7 5/18 ^vs. Missouri ...................W,........... 12-6 5/19 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,............ 1-15 5/20 ^vs. Missouri ...................W,............. 7-2 5/21 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........W,............. 7-6 5/22 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,.............. 5-9 5/27 +vs. Pepperdine ..............L,............ 1-10 5/28 +vs. Arizona St. ...............L,............ 6-13 ! - at Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.); # - at Pan American Tournment (Edinburg, Texas); * - Big Eight Conference game $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA West II Regional (Tempe, Ariz.)

2/24 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/25 4/26 4/28

1989 44-19 â&#x20AC;˘ 18-6 Big Eight Head Coach Enos Semore NCAA WEST I REGIONAL !New Orleans ...................W,............. 9-1 !Tulane ............................W,..........17-13 !Louisiana St. ...................W,............. 9-7 at South Florida ...............L,.............. 6-7 at South Florida ...............L,.............. 3-5 #vs. Temple ......................W,........... 13-3 #vs. Vanderbilt .................W,............. 5-2 at Central Florida .............L,.............. 8-9 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 5-6 at Texas ...........................L,............ 9-13 Stephen F. Austin .............W,..........26-14 Stephen F. Austin .............W,........... 14-6 Centenary ........................W,........... 10-8 Centenary ........................W,............. 9-8 Augustana .......................W,........... 10-5 Northern Iowa .................W,........... 33-2 at Oral Roberts ................L,.............. 5-9 Oral Roberts ....................W,..........18-11 Hardin Simmons ..............W,............. 6-2 Hardin Simmons ..............W,............. 9-8 SW Missouri St. ................W,........... 11-4 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 9-1 *Kansas St. ......................L,............ 1-12 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-3 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 12-3 Texas-Arlington ...............W,........... 19-7 Texas-Arlington ...............W,............. 7-1 *at Nebraska ...................L,............ 4-10 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 3-1 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 2-3 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 2-1 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,..........18-11 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,..........16-15 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 7-4 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 4-3 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 6-5 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 14-5 Texas ...............................L,............ 9-10 Texas ...............................L,.............. 5-9 at SW Missouri St. ............L,............ 3-19 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-3 *at Missouri .....................W,........... 17-3 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 5-2 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 2-5 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 9-4 at Arkansas ......................W,............. 3-2 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 15-4

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1989 Continued 4/29 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 10-1 4/29 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 6-5 4/30 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 8-3 5/5 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 15-3 5/6 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 11-9 5/6 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,.............. 3-8 5/7 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,...........10-13 5/12 Old Dominion ..................W,........... 11-1 5/13 Old Dominion ..................W,............. 8-0 5/14 Old Dominion ..................W,............. 6-1 5/16 ^vs. Missouri ...................L,............ 8-10 5/17 ^vs. Iowa St. ....................W,..........14-12 5/18 ^vs. Missouri ...................L,.............. 6-8 5/25 +vs. Loyola ......................W,............. 5-2 5/26 +vs. Long Beach St. .........L,............ 4-11 5/27 +vs. Loyola ......................L,.............. 5-6 ! - at Busch Classic (New Orleans, La.); # - Orlando, Fla.; * - Big Eight Conference game; ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA West I Regional (Tucson, Ariz.);

4/21 *Missouri .........................W,............. 6-5 4/21 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 3-5 4/22 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 5-6 4/22 *Missouri .........................W,............. 6-5 4/24 Oklahoma City .................L,.............. 4-8 4/28 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 1-6 4/28 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 4-7 4/29 *at Kansas .......................L,...........10-15 4/29 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 9-6 5/4 $*Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 9-5 5/5 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,.............. 3-6 5/5 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,............ 7-10 5/12 California .........................W,............. 9-5 5/12 California .........................W,............. 9-8 5/13 California .........................L,...........14-16 ! - at Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.); # - at Citrus Tournament (Edinburg, Texas); * - Big Eight Conference game; $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

STAN MEEK ........... 1990 Overall....... 31-26 (.544)

2/17 2/18 2/22 2/22 2/23 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/26 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/17



1990 31-26 • 9-15 Big Eight Head Coach Stan Meek Northern Iowa .................W,........... 19-7 Northern Iowa .................W,........... 10-7 !Michigan ........................W,............. 9-4 !UNLV ..............................L,.............. 2-6 !Illinois ............................L,.............. 5-8 !Illinois ............................L,.............. 2-9 !UNLV .............................L,............ 4-12 Kearney St. ......................W,........... 13-3 Kearney St. ......................W,............. 8-2 Arkansas St. .....................W,........... 16-5 at Texas ...........................L,............ 7-20 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 1-8 #Arkansas St. ...................W,........... 12-4 #Texas-PA ........................L,.............. 6-7 #Texas-PA ........................W,............. 8-3 #Arkansas St. ...................W,........... 12-3 #St. Francis ......................W,............. 4-2 #St. John’s ........................W,............. 4-1 #Missouri Southern .........W,............. 5-2 #Lafayette (Penn.) ...........W,........... 13-9 Stephen F. Austin .............W,............. 7-6 Stephen F. Austin .............W,............. 4-3 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 7-6 Louisiana Tech .................W,............. 7-6 *at Kansas St. ..................L,...........13-15 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 0-4 *at Kansas St. ..................L,............ 6-10 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 1-2 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 13-2 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,............. 6-5 *Nebraska .......................L,.............. 4-5 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 11-1 *Nebraska .......................L,.............. 6-7 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 11-8 Texas ...............................L,...........10-15 Texas ...............................L,.............. 0-9 Missouri Southern ...........W,............. 6-4 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 1-5 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 7-6 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 14-4 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 4-7 Emporia St. ......................W,........... 10-3

LARRY COCHELL.1991-2005 Overall ... 511-336-1 (.603)

2/16 2/17 2/18 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/28 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/29 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/16

1991 40-23 • 13-11 Big Eight Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL Kearney St. ......................W,........... 20-0 Kearney St. ......................W,..........25-11 Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 10-4 !Texas Tech .......................L,............ 0-10 !Wyoming .......................W,............. 6-0 !New Mexico St. ...............W,............. 4-0 !Texas Tech .......................W,............. 7-3 McNeese St. .....................W,............. 6-3 Rice .................................W,............. 4-2 Rice .................................W,............. 4-3 Eastern Michigan .............W,........... 19-5 Eastern Michigan .............W,............. 5-4 Texas ...............................L,.............. 2-4 Texas ...............................W,............. 4-3 #Indiana ..........................W,........... 13-7 #San Jose St. ....................L,.............. 1-8 #Gonzaga ........................W,............. 4-1 #Santa Clara ....................L,.............. 6-7 #Colorado St. ...................W,........... 10-0 Arkansas ..........................L,............ 2-11 Creighton ........................W,..........17-12 San Diego St ....................W,........... 16-7 San Diego St. ...................W,............. 6-5 Lamar ..............................L,.............. 7-8 Lamar ..............................W,........... 17-8 TCU ..................................W,............. 5-2 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 8-2 *Kansas St. ......................L,.............. 1-7 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 8-7 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 5-3 *Iowa St. .........................W,..........13-12 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 7-3 *Iowa St. .........................L,...........11-12 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 11-0 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 12-5 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,..........16-12 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 3-1 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 4-6 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 1-5 *at Missouri .....................L,............ 7-11 SW Texas St. .....................W,........... 12-8

4/19 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 3-5 4/20 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 2-4 4/20 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 3-1 4/21 *Kansas ...........................W,..........11-10 4/23 Central Oklahoma ............W,..........15-10 4/26 %*Oklahoma St. ..............W,........... 10-8 4/27 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 7-15 4/27 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 6-4 4/28 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,.............. 8-9 4/30 TCU ..................................W,............. 9-5 5/1 at Wichita St. ...................L,.............. 2-5 5/11 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 8-5 5/11 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 3-7 5/12 *at Nebraska ...................W,........... 16-3 5/12 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 5-7 5/13 at Creighton ....................L,.............. 2-5 5/17 ^vs. Missouri ...................W,............. 9-3 5/18 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,.............. 3-4 5/18 ^vs. Missouri ...................W,............. 5-0 5/19 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,.............. 4-6 5/24 +South Alabama ............L,.............. 4-5 5/26 +Louisiana St. .................L,.............. 3-4 ! - at Sun City Classic (El Paso, Texas); # - at Spartan Classic (San Jose, Calif.); * - Big Eight Conference game; % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA South Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)

2/14 2/15 2/15 2/16 2/21 2/22 2/22 2/23 2/28 2/29 2/29 3/1 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/5

1992 43-24 • 17-7 Big Eight Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA MIDEAST REGIONAL NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SW Oklahoma St. .............W,........... 10-4 Kearney St. ......................W,............. 7-0 Kearney St. ......................W,........... 11-4 Kearney St. ......................W,............. 8-7 !Washington ....................W,..........19-10 !Michigan St. ...................L,.............. 7-8 !New Mexico St. ...............L,.............. 0-5 !New Mexico St. ...............W,........... 10-9 Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 11-6 Eastern Illinois .................W,............. 5-3 Eastern Illinois .................W,........... 15-6 Eastern Illinois .................W,........... 15-5 South Dakota St. ..............W,........... 22-2 #at South Alabama ..........L,.............. 5-7 #Auburn ..........................W,............. 6-3 #at South Alabama ..........W,..........11-10 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 2-3 at Texas ...........................L,...........10-11 Mississippi .......................L,............ 8-11 at Rice .............................W,........... 10-3 at Rice .............................L,.............. 3-4 SW Texas St. .....................L,.............. 4-7 SW Texas St. .....................L,............ 9-15 Central Michigan .............W,............. 7-1 Central Michigan .............W,........... 10-3 Central Michigan .............W,............. 5-4 Central Oklahoma ............W,........... 15-4 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 5-0 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 11-2 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 7-2 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 2-7 $Texas .............................L,.............. 2-6 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 14-1 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 2-4 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 8-0 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 5-1

4/7 at TCU ..............................L,.............. 5-8 4/10 *Missouri .........................W,............. 8-4 4/11 *Missouri .........................W,........... 11-7 4/11 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 4-6 4/12 *Missouri .........................L,.............. 4-5 4/14 at Wichita St. ...................W,............. 3-2 4/17 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 10-4 4/18 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 6-0 4/18 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 7-5 4/19 *at Kansas .......................L,............ 3-15 4/21 Wichita State ...................L,.............. 2-4 4/24 *%Oklahoma St. ..............W,............. 4-1 4/25 *Oklahoma St. .................L,............ 9-18 4/26 *$Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 5-4 4/27 *at Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 6-4 5/10 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 15-5 5/11 *Nebraska .......................L,.............. 5-7 5/11 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 12-4 5/12 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 11-6 5/15 ^vs. Iowa St. ....................W,............. 5-1 5/16 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........W,........... 15-6 5/17 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,.............. 2-3 5/17 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,............ 5-13 5/21 +UCLA ............................W,............. 5-3 5/22 +Mississippi St. ...............L,.............. 6-9 5/23 +Clemson .......................W,............. 7-6 5/23 +Mississippi St. ...............W,........... 10-6 5/24 +UCLA ............................W,........... 10-0 5/30 &Texas .............................L,............ 3-15 6/1 &Wichita St. .....................W,............. 8-4 6/2 &Texas .............................L,.............. 5-8 ! - at Team Casa Collegiate Classic (El Paso, Texas); # - at South Alabama Coca-Cola Tournament (Mobile, Ala.); * - Big Eight Conference game; $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Mideast Regional (Starkeville, Miss.); & - NCAA College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

2/19 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/26 2/27 2/27 2/28 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/20 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/28 4/2

1993 31-24 • 13-14 Big Eight Head Coach Larry Cochell SW Okla. State .................W,............. 9-4 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 21-6 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 9-4 at TCU ..............................L,............ 8-10 at McNeese St. .................L,.............. 3-8 !Louisiana Tech ................W,............. 2-0 !at McNeese St. ................W,............. 2-1 !Lamar .............................L,.............. 2-6 Missouri Southern ...........L,.............. 4-5 Michigan .........................W,........... 10-4 Michigan .........................W,............. 9-2 Michigan .........................W,........... 18-9 at Texas ...........................L,............ 5-10 at Texas ...........................W,........... 11-8 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 5-3 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 20-9 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 18-8 TCU ..................................L,.............. 3-5 TCU ..................................W,........... 16-6 *Missouri .........................W,............. 5-4 *Missouri .........................W,........... 11-5 at Arkansas ......................L,.............. 0-8 Emporia St. ......................W,........... 11-8 Oregon St. ........................W,..........14-13 Oregon St. ........................W,........... 20-9 SW Missouri St. ................W,............. 7-5 Oregon St. ........................W,........... 10-9 *at Missouri .....................L,............ 0-12

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1993 CONTINUED 4/3 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 6-9 4/4 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-1 4/6 Texas ...............................W,............. 9-4 4/9 *Kansas ...........................L,............ 9-15 4/10 *Kansas ...........................W,..........16-10 4/11 *Kansas ...........................L,...........10-12 4/13 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 2-4 4/16 *%Oklahoma St. ..............W,............. 4-0 4/17 *$Oklahoma St. ...............L,.............. 4-9 4/18 *$Oklahoma St. ...............L,............ 5-17 4/20 *Oklahoma St. .................L,............ 9-11 4/21 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,...........10-12 4/23 Houston ...........................L,.............. 8-9 4/24 Houston ...........................W,..........14-13 4/28 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 8-3 4/28 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 4-2 5/8 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 4-7 5/8 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 8-9 5/9 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 2-0 5/12 *Nebraska .......................L,.............. 5-7 5/12 *Nebraska .......................L,.............. 1-9 5/14 *Kansas St. ......................L,...........11-14 5/15 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 17-3 5/16 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 9-8 5/20 ^vs. Kansas .....................L,.............. 0-4 5/21 ^vs. Kansas St. ................W,........... 11-7 5/22 ^vs. Nebraska .................L,...........14-19 ! - at Lake Area Classic (Lake Charles, La.); * - Big Eight Conference game; % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

1994 50-17 • 21-9 Big Eight Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPION 2/5 Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 14-0 2/16 Missouri Southern ...........W,............. 9-1 2/20 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 9-4 2/20 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 14-1 2/22 at TCU ..............................W,..........12-11 2/25 !Georgia Tech ...................W,............. 8-6 2/26 !at Cal St. Fullerton ........... L, ............. 1-4 2/27 !San Diego .......................W,........... 10-9 3/4 at Texas ...........................W,............. 5-4 3/5 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 4-6 3/7 #Sam Houston St. ............W,........... 13-7 3/7 at Houston .......................W,............. 7-3 3/8 #Creighton ......................W,............. 8-0 3/9 at Houston .......................L,.............. 3-8 3/11 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 6-1 3/12 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 9-3 3/13 Mississippi .......................W,............. 6-5 3/14 Mississippi .......................L,............ 9-13 3/16 Emporia St. ......................W,........... 12-3 3/19 *Kansas ...........................L,............ 4-14 3/20 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 7-9 3/22 South Alabama ................W,..........12-11 3/23 South Alabama ................W,........... 14-7 3/25 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 4-6 3/26 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 1-2 3/27 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 9-7 3/29 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-1 3/30 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-0 4/1 Texas Tech ........................L,.............. 3-6 4/2 Texas Tech ........................W,........... 10-8 4/4 TCU ..................................W,............. 8-7 4/6 Arkansas ..........................W,........... 11-2 4/9 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 8-6 4/9 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 18-6 4/10 *at Iowa St. .....................W,........... 12-3

4/13 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-4 4/13 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 5-4 4/15 %*Oklahoma St. ..............L,.............. 3-4 4/16 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,............ 4-11 4/17 $*Oklahoma St. ...............W,............. 8-2 4/19 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 4-2 4/20 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 5-10 4/22 *at Kansas St. ..................W,............. 7-3 4/23 *at Kansas St. ..................L,...........14-16 4/24 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 21-7 4/26 at Wichita St. ...................L,.............. 1-4 5/7 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 3-1 5/7 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 7-5 5/8 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 13-9 5/10 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 6-7 5/11 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 4-0 5/14 *Missouri .........................W,............. 7-6 5/15 *Missouri .........................W,............. 4-1 5/16 *Missouri .........................W,............. 7-6 5/19 ^vs. Nebraska .................L,.............. 2-3 5/20 ^vs. Missouri ...................W,........... 15-2 5/21 ^vs. Iowa St. ....................W,............. 5-3 5/22 ^vs. Nebraska .................W,........... 21-4 5/22 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,.............. 3-6 5/27 +Arkansas St. ..................W,........... 10-3 5/28 +Stanford .......................W,........... 10-4 5/29 +Texas ............................W,........... 15-4 5/30 +Texas ............................W,............. 6-3 6/4 &Auburn ..........................W,............. 5-4 6/5 &Arizona St. .....................W,............. 4-3 6/9 &Arizona St. .....................W,............. 6-1 6/11 &Georgia Tech .................W,........... 13-5 ! - Anaheim Hilton Classic (Fullerton, Calif.); # - at Houston, Texas; * - Big Eight Conference game; % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Central Regional (Austin, Texas); & - NCAA College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

Oklahoma won the program’s second National Championship in 1994 after running the table with eight straight wins.



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1995 42-16 • 21-7 Big Eight Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA MIDWEST II REGIONAL NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 12-4 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 8-7 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 15-3 at TCU ..............................W,............. 8-4 Emporia St. ......................W,............. 8-1 at Texas Tech ....................L,.............. 4-5 at Texas Tech ....................W,........... 16-4 at Mississippi ...................W,............. 6-5 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 3-2 *Nebraska .......................W,............. 7-5 Evansville ........................W,......... 14-13 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 2-4 at Texas ...........................L,.............. 1-3 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 2-6 at Arizona St. ...................L,.............. 2-8 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 9-7 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 11-1 *Iowa St. .........................L,.............. 8-9 *Missouri .........................W,............. 8-7 *Missouri .........................W,........... 15-3 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 12-1 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 5-7 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 21-8 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 5-6 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 7-1 Baylor ..............................W,............. 5-3 Baylor ..............................W,............. 8-3 Baylor ..............................W,........... 23-0 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 1-7 *at Kansas St. ..................L,............ 9-14 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-1 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 10-7 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 7-3 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 8-0 *at Missouri .....................W,........... 13-7 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 5-1 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 9-3 Missouri Southern ...........W,............. 1-0 Houston ...........................W,............. 4-3

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1995 Continued 4/25 *Oklahoma St. .................W,............. 5-4 4/26 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,............ 8-12 4/28 %*Oklahoma St. ..............W,............. 7-6 4/29 $*Oklahoma St.................W,............. 4-1 4/30 $*Oklahoma St. ...............W,........... 12-4 5/2 TCU ..................................W,............. 4-1 5/3 TCU ..................................W,........... 11-4 5/4 Texas ...............................W,............. 3-2 5/13 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 8-9 5/14 *at Nebraska ...................W,........... 11-9 5/15 *at Nebraska ...................W,..........12-10 5/18 ^vs. Kansas .....................L,.............. 1-2 5/19 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,.............. 7-9 5/25 +Indiana St. ....................W,............. 9-6 5/27 +Texas ............................W,........... 13-9 5/27 +Auburn .........................W,............. 9-8 5/28 +Auburn .........................W,............. 3-1 6/2 &Florida St. ......................L,.............. 2-3 6/4 &USC ...............................L,.............. 4-9 * - Big Eight game; % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City); ^ - Big Eight Tournament (Oklahoma City); + - NCAA Midwest Regional II (Oklahoma City);& NCAA College World Series (Omaha, Neb.).

2/10 2/11 2/13 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/24 2/27 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/21



1996 32-25 • 15-14 Big Eight Head Coach Larry Cochell Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 13-7 Emporia St. ......................W,............. 3-0 Oklahoma Baptist ............W,..........12-10 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 4-1 Oklahoma City .................W,..........25-11 at TCU ..............................L,............ 9-10 !USC .................................L,.............. 4-8 !at CS Fullerton ................L,............ 5-11 at Arkansas ......................L,.............. 8-9 *Nebraska .......................W,..........18-11 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 10-5 *Nebraska .......................W,..........17-16 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 10-7 at Texas ...........................L,............ 2-11 #Maine ............................W,............. 6-4 at Texas ...........................L,............ 7-10 at Baylor ..........................W,..........23-18 at Baylor ..........................W,........... 16-5 *Iowa St. .........................L,............ 6-10 Michigan .........................W,........... 14-2 Michigan .........................W,............. 7-4 Michigan .........................W,........... 13-8 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 2-8 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 4-3 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 11-0 *at Kansas .......................L,............ 9-10 *Kansas St. ......................W,..........13-12 Houston ...........................W,............. 7-6 Houston ...........................L,.............. 3-9 Houston ...........................W,............. 7-6 *at Nebraska ...................W,........... 24-7 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 2-8 *at Iowa St. .....................W,..........11-10 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 4-3 *at Iowa St. .....................L,.............. 5-8 %*Oklahoma St. ..............W,............. 7-5 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,............ 3-11 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,.............. 1-7 *Oklahoma St. .................L,............ 4-14 *at Oklahoma St. .............L,...........11-12 *at Kansas St. ..................W,..........12-10 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 2-8

4/21 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 3-7 4/23 at Oral Roberts ................L,.............. 3-5 4/24 Arizona State ...................W,..........12-11 4/26 TCU ..................................L,.............. 5-9 4/27 TCU ..................................L,............ 9-21 4/28 at TCU ..............................W,............. 7-6 4/30 Texas ...............................W,........... 10-6 5/1 *Missouri .........................L,............ 2-17 5/1 *Missouri .........................W,............. 8-2 5/4 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 7-6 5/11 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 4-7 5/12 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 8-5 5/16 ^vs. Iowa State ...............W,........... 14-4 5/17 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........L,...........11-16 5/18 ^vs. Missouri ...................L,...........11-20 ! - at Anaheim Hilton & Towers Classic (Fullerton, Calif.); # - Disch-Falk Field (Austin, Texas); * - Big Eight Conference game; % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.) $ - All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); ^ - Big Eight Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.).

2/10 2/11 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/5 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/26

1997 39-20 • 18-11 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell BIG 12 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL Oklahoma Baptist ............W,............. 5-3 SW Oklahoma St. .............W,............. 9-5 Oklahoma City .................L,............ 8-18 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 11-1 Emporia St. ......................W,........... 18-6 !at Houston .....................L,.............. 4-5 !SW Texas St. ....................W,............. 9-6 !Central Florida ................W,............. 6-4 #BYU ...............................L,...........13-21 #Eastern Michigan ...........L,............ 9-12 #at Arizona St. .................L,.............. 3-6 Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 20-2 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 7-4 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 8-1 *Iowa St. .........................L,.............. 4-7 at TCU ..............................W,............. 6-5 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 7-6 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 11-5 *Kansas ...........................W,..........13-12 Eastern Illinois .................W,............. 9-2 Eastern Illinois .................W,............. 9-7 *Texas A&M .....................L,.............. 7-8 *Texas A&M .....................L,.............. 4-5 *Texas A&M .....................W,..........12-11 Howard ...........................W,........... 19-5 Oregon St. ........................L,............ 2-10 Oregon St. ........................W,........... 14-2 *at Texas ..........................W,............. 6-2 *at Texas ..........................W,............. 9-4 *at Texas ..........................L,.............. 3-4 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 14-7 Texas-Arlington ...............W,........... 14-5 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 9-8 %*Kansas St. ...................W,........... 10-7 %*Kansas St. ...................W,............. 5-3 %*Kansas St ....................W,........... 10-1 Arizona St. .......................W,........... 13-4 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 11-3 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 11-8 *Nebraska .......................W,........... 11-9 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-1 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 3-4 *Texas Tech ......................W,............. 5-4

4/27 *Texas Tech ......................L,.............. 1-6 4/27 *Texas Tech ......................L,............ 6-18 4/29 TCU ..................................W,........... 11-8 5/2 *at Baylor ........................W,............. 6-5 5/3 *at Baylor ........................L,............ 8-12 5/4 *at Baylor ........................L,.............. 6-7 5/10 %*Oklahoma St. ..............W,............. 9-5 5/11 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,...........15-17 5/12 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,...........11-18 5/15 ^*vs. Texas A&M .............L,............ 3-11 5/16 ^*vs. Texas Tech ..............W,............. 5-3 5/17 ^*vs. Missouri .................W,........... 16-7 5/18 ^*vs. Oklahoma St. .........W,........... 10-5 5/18 ^*vs. Texas Tech ..............W,..........19-17 5/22 +Long Beach St. ..............L,.............. 0-1 5/23 +Louisiana St. .................L,............ 3-14 ! - Marriott West Loop Houston Invitational (Houston, Texas); # - Fiesta Bowl Diamond Classic (Tempe, Ariz.); * - Big 12.

2/7 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/6 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/17 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/26

1998 42-20 • 17-11 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA ATLANTIC II REGIONAL Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 20-7 Missouri Southern ...........W,........... 19-7 Oklahoma Baptist ............W,........... 21-6 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 14-6 Oklahoma City .................W,........... 15-2 Emporia St .......................W,........... 19-0 !at Houston .....................W,............. 5-4 !vs. Central Florida ............W,............. 5-3 !vs. Kansas .......................W,............. 9-1 at Texas-Arlington ...........W,............. 7-5 *(20) Baylor ....................W,........... 19-7 *(20) Baylor ....................W,........... 11-6 *(20) Baylor ....................L,............ 9-10 *vs. Iowa St. .....................W,............. 8-4 at (7) Arizona St. ..............L,.............. 6-7 at (7) Arizona St. ..............W,............. 9-5 Michigan .........................W,..........21-11 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 5-9 at TCU ..............................W,............. 7-6 *at (16) Texas A&M ..........L,.............. 3-7 *at (16) Texas A&M .........L,.............. 5-8 *at (16) Texas A&M .........W,............. 5-4 Howard ...........................W,........... 21-0 Howard ...........................L,............ 8-12 *at Kansas .......................W,........... 13-4 *at Kansas .......................L,...........11-20 *at Kansas .......................W,..........14-11 TCU ..................................W,............. 8-7 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 4-2 McNeese St. .....................W,............. 9-5 McNeese St. .....................W,..........14-13 McNeese St. .....................W,........... 12-8 SW Texas St. .....................L,............ 4-11 SW Texas St. .....................W,............. 7-6 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 9-1 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 24-9 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 10-0 (11) Arizona St. ................L,............ 6-10 *at Nebraska ...................L,............ 2-13 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 6-9 *at Nebraska ...................L,...........12-13 *Missouri .........................W,............. 9-7 *Missouri .........................L,............ 6-14 *Missouri .........................W,........... 14-3 *at (21) Texas Tech ..........W,........... 15-1 *at (21) Texas Tech ..........L,...........11-15 *at (21) Texas Tech ..........L,............ 8-11

4/28 Texas-Arlington ...............W,..........13-12 5/1 %*vs. (16) Okla. St. ..........W,............. 5-4 5/2 $* vs. (16) Okla. St ............ L, ........... 3-10 5/3 $* vs. (16) Okla. St. ..........W,............. 5-4 5/8 *Texas .............................W,............. 9-4 5/9 *Texas .............................W,........... 14-6 5/10 *Texas .............................W,........... 10-2 5/14 ^vs. (19) Texas Tech ........L,.............. 1-5 5/15 ^vs. (11) Texas A&M .......W,........... 10-4 5/16 ^vs. (22) Okla. St. ............W,............. 9-4 5/17 ^vs. (19) Texas Tech ........L,.............. 3-4 5/21 +vs. Delaware .................W,............. 6-3 5/22 +vs. Rutgers ....................W,............. 9-7 523 +vs. (10) Florida St. .........L,............ 2-23 5/24 +vs. (8) Auburn ...............L,.............. 8-9 ! - Marriott West Loop Houston Invitational (Houston, Texas); * - Big 12 Conference game; % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ -All Sports Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.); ^- Big 12 Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Atlantic II Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.); ( ) -denotes national ranking

1/29 1/30 1/31 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/13 2/14 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/30 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/23 4/24 4/25

1999 30-29 • 12-18 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell !vs. Maryland ...................W,........... 10-9 !vs. (2) Georgia Tech .........W,........... 12-0 !vs. Virginia ......................L,............ 4-12 Emporia St. ......................W,........... 10-3 Oklahoma Baptist ............W,........... 15-5 Central Oklahoma ............W,............. 9-8 Oklahoma City .................W,............. 6-4 Oklahoma City .................L,...........13-14 #at (24) Houston .............W,............. 6-1 #*vs. Baylor .....................L,.............. 3-7 #vs. Vanderbilt .................L,.............. 2-7 at TCU ..............................W,..........14-12 @vs. Arkansas St. .............L,............ 6-12 @vs. Oral Roberts ............L,.............. 6-8 @at Texas-Arlington .........W,............. 9-6 TCU ..................................W,............. 6-3 *Nebraska ........................L,.......4-5 (11) *Nebraska .......................W,..........12-10 *Nebraska .......................L,............ 3-12 at (17) Arizona St..............W,............. 7-6 at (17) Arizona St..............L,............ 0-11 Sam Houston St................W,........... 17-6 Sam Houston St................W,........... 10-9 <* at Kansas St. ...............L,.............. 2-7 <*at Kansas St.................W,........... 14-1 <*at Kansas St.................W,........... 11-4 $vs. (4) Stanford ..............L,.............. 1-5 *Kansas ...........................W,............. 9-3 *Kansas ............................W,.....10-6(10) *Kansas ...........................L,.....5-10 (11) Arkansas-Little Rock ........L,............ 8-13 *at (13) Texas ..................L,............ 2-12 *at (13) Texas ..................L,.............. 1-6 *at (13) Texas ..................L,.............. 1-4 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 5-4 *(12) Texas Tech ..............L,...........10-11 *(12) Texas Tech ..............L,.............. 3-8 *(12) Texas Tech ..............L,.............. 1-4 SW Texas State ................W,........... 16-3 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 4-2 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 2-4 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 2-5 *at (7) Baylor ..................L,...........12-16 *at (7) Baylor ..................L, ............. 2-3 *at (7) Baylor ..................W,..........15-11

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1999 CONTINUED 4/28 $vs. (22) Arizona St...........W, .....3-2 (11) 4/30 %*Oklahoma St. ..............W,............. 4-3 5/1 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,.............. 6-9 5/2 $*Oklahoma St. ...............L,.............. 5-6 5/7 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 4-3 5/8 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 12-5 5/9 *Iowa St. .........................W,........... 16-9 5/11 $*Oklahoma St. ...............W,........... 10-9 5/14 *(1) Texas A&M ...............L,.............. 3-9 5/15 *(1) Texas A&M ...............W,..........13-12 5/16 *(1) Texas A&M ...............L,.............. 5-9 5/19 ^vs. (1) Texas A&M ..........W,........... 10-5 5/20 ^vs. Nebraska ..................L,............ 7-14 5/21 ^vs. (1) Texas A&M .........L,............ 3-10 ! - ACC-Disney Baseball Bash (Orlando, Fla.); # - Houston Tourney (Houston, Texas); @ - UTA Tourney (Arlington, Texas); * -Big 12 game; < at St. Joseph, Mo.; ^ - Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City); % - Drillers Stadium (Tulsa, ); $ - Bricktown Ballpark (OKC); ( ) - national ranking.

2/5 2/6 2/9 2/12 2/13 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/26 2/27 2/29 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/31 4/2 4/2 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/22



2000 41-23 * 20-10 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA OKLAHOMA CITY REGIONAL Oklahoma Baptist ............W,............. 9-4 Central Oklahoma ............W,............. 8-1 Missouri Southern ...........W,............. 7-1 Oklahoma City .................L,.............. 3-5 Oklahoma City.................. L ............. 3-5 !vs. Sam Houston St. ........W,............. 9-8 !at (10) Houston ...............W,............. 3-1 !vs. Oral Roberts ...............W,........... 15-2 at (25) La.-Lafayette........L,.............. 3-8 at (25) La.-Lafayette........L,.............. 1-4 at (25) La.-Lafayette........L,.............. 2-3 at Texas-Arlington ...........W,........... 11-8 *Kansas State ..................W,............. 6-4 *Kansas State ..................W,............. 4-1 *Kansas State ..................W,........... 11-7 Texas-Arlington ..............W,........... 11-3 at (15) Arizona St. ...........L,............ 5-11 at (15) Arizona St. ...........L,.............. 5-6 at (15) Arizona St. ...........W,............. 5-4 Murray State ...................L,............ 6-11 Murray State ,..................W,............. 7-1 *at Nebraska ..................L,............ 1-10 *at Nebraska ..................L............. 0-12 *at Nebraska ..................W,............. 4-3 at Oral Roberts ...............W,............. 4-1 *(21) Baylor ....................L,............ 3-15 *(21) Baylor ....................L,.............. 3-6 *(21) Baylor ....................W,........... 12-6 $(11) Cal St. Fullerton .......W,............. 4-3 *(3) Texas .......................L,.............. 5-6 *(3) Texas .......................L,............ 5-18 *(3) Texas .......................W,........... 11-7 TCU .................................W,..........16-13 TCU .................................W,............. 5-2 *at Texas A&M ................W,............. 3-1 *at Texas A&M ................W,............. 5-2 *at Texas A&M ................W,............. 5-1 (10) Houston ..................W,............. 5-2 *at Kansas ......................W,............. 6-5 *at Kansas ......................W,............. 4-2 *at Kansas ......................L,............ 4-10 McNeese State ................W,........... 15-5 McNeese State ................W,........... 12-9 %*vs. Oklahoma St. ........W,............. 5-3 $*vs. Oklahoma St. .........W,............. 3-1

4/23 $*vs. Oklahoma St. .........W,............. 7-5 4/25 $(3)Arizona State ...........L,............ 6-20 4/28 *at Texas Tech .................W,............. 7-4 4/29 *at Texas Tech .................L,.............. 7-8 4/30 *at Texas Tech .................L,...........14-15 5/6 *Missouri ........................W,........... 11-3 5/7 *Missouri ........................W,........... 11-7 5/8 *Missouri ........................W,............. 9-4 5/12 *at Iowa St. .....................W,..........12-11 5/13 *at Iowa St. .....................L,...........11-12 5/14 *at Iowa St. .....................W,............. 5-3 5/17 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ..........W,............. 9-8 5/18 ^vs. Missouri ..................W,........... 12-6 5/20 ^vs. (7) Nebraska ...........L,.............. 1-3 5/20 ^vs. (7) Nebraska ...........L,.............. 1-6 5/26 +vs. (30) ORU..................W,............. 6-5 5/27 +vs. (22) UCLA ...............L,............ 5-10 5/27 +vs. (30) Oral Roberts .....W,............. 9-7 5/28 +vs. (22) UCLA ...............L,............ 3-11 ! - Hilton Plaza Houston Tournament (Houston, Texas); * - Big 12 Conference game; ^ - Big 12 Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.); % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ - Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA Oklahoma City Regional ( ) - denotes national ranking

2/3 2/4 2/5 2/10 2/10 2/11 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/24 2/25 2/25 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/14 4/14 4/15

2001 25-33-1 * 13-16-1 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell Oklahoma City ................W,......4-3 (11) Oklahoma City ................L,.............. 4-7 Oklahoma Baptist ...........W,........... 13-6 at (25) Alabama .............L,............ 8-10 at (25) Alabama .............L,.............. 0-5 at (25) Alabama .............L,.............. 5-6 !at San Diego St. .............L,.............. 8-9 !vs. San Diego .................L,............ 2-14 !vs. Oregon St. .................L,............ 8-10 at TCU .............................L,.............. 1-6 *Kansas ..........................W,........... 10-9 *Kansas ..........................W,............. 4-3 *Kansas ..........................W,........... 10-4 Northwestern .................L,.............. 0-4 Northwestern .................W,............. 8-2 Northwestern .................W,........... 17-6 Creighton ........................L,...........12-14 Creighton ........................L,.............. 3-9 *Texas A&M ....................L,............ 9-11 *Texas A&M ....................W,........... 10-7 *Texas A&M ....................L,.............. 2-3 at Oral Roberts ...............L,............ 4-11 *at (16) Baylor ...............L,.............. 3-5 *at (16) Baylor ...............W,............. 3-2 *at (16) Baylor ...............L,.............. 3-5 at Texas-Arlington ..........W,............. 7-2 *at (25) Texas .................L,............ 4-11 *at (25) Texas .................L,.............. 1-8 *at (25) Texas .................L,.............. 2-5 *(8) Nebraska .................L,.............. 1-7 *(8) Nebraska .................L,............ 5-10 *(8) Nebraska .................L,.......4-14 (7) TCU .................................W,............. 9-5 *at Missouri ....................W,............. 6-0 *at Missouri ....................W,........... 13-9 *at Missouri ....................W,............. 9-6 Arkansas .........................L,.............. 4-5 *at Kansas St. .................L,.............. 3-5 *at Kansas St. .................L,.............. 2-5 *at Kansas St. .................W,............. 6-2

4/18 $vs. (14) ASU ..................L,.......3-5 (11) 4/20 *(30) Texas Tech .............L,.............. 3-9 4/21 *(30) Texas Tech .............W,............. 6-5 4/22 *(30) Texas Tech ..............T, .............. 7-7 4/24 %vs. Oral Roberts ...........L,.............. 2-3 4/27 Centenary .......................W,............. 5-0 4/28 Centenary .......................W,............. 7-1 4/29 Centenary .......................W,........... 16-7 5/2 Texas-Arlington ..............W,........... 10-6 5/5 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 8-5 5/5 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 7-5 5/6 *Iowa St. .........................W,............. 4-2 5/11 %*vs. Oklahoma St. ........L,.......1-11 (8) 5/12 $*vs. Oklahoma St. .........L,.............. 3-6 5/13 $*vs. Oklahoma St. .........L,............ 5-13 5/16 ^vs. (21) Texas Tech ........L,............ 5-17 5/17 ^vs. Texas .......................W,............. 9-7 5/18 ^vs. (21) Texas Tech ........W,............. 4-3 5/19 ^vs. Texas A&M ..............L,............ 1-10 ! - San Diego Baseball Classic (San Diego,Calif.); * - Big 12 game; ^ -Big 12 Conference Tournament (Oklahoma City); % - Driller Stadium(Tulsa, Okla.); $ - Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City);( ) - denotes national ranking. 2002 35-27 * 15-12 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA WICHITA STATE REGIONAL 2/8 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 10-4 2/9 Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,........... 16-6 2/10 Ark.-Little Rock ...............L,.............. 2-4 2/15 SE Missouri St. ..................W,......5-4 (10) 2/16 SE Missouri St. .................W,........... 10-1 2/17 SE Missouri St. .................W,........... 18-5 2/22 Lamar ..............................L,.............. 4-8 2/23 Lamar ..............................W,........... 10-1 2/24 Lamar ..............................W,........... 12-8 3/2 at UC-Riverside ................W,............. 5-1 3/2 at UC-Riverside ................L,.............. 6-8 3/3 at UC-Riverside ................L,.............. 7-9 3/8 *Missouri .........................W,.....10-9(12) 3/9 *Missouri .........................W,............. 9-8 3/10 *Missouri .........................W,..........16-10 3/12 Arkansas ..........................W,............. 7-1 3/13 Western Illinois ...............W,........... 18-8 3/15 at (11) Arizona St. ............W,............. 6-3 3/16 at (11) Arizona St. ............L,.............. 4-6 3/17 at (11) Arizona St. ............W,............. 7-5 3/22 *at (17) Texas A&M .........L,.............. 4-5 3/23 *at (17) Texas A&M .........W,............. 9-8 3/24 *at (17) Texas A&M .........L,............ 2-11 3/26 $vs. (5) Alabama .............L,............ 3-17 3/29 *(12) Baylor ....................L,.............. 4-5 3/31 *(12) Baylor ....................W,............. 4-1 3/31 *(12) Baylor ....................W,......6-5 (11) 4/2 at Texas-Arlington ...........L,............ 5-15 4/5 *at (12) Nebraska ............W,............. 5-4 4/6 *at (12) Nebraska ............L,.............. 6-7 4/7 *at (12) Nebraska ............L,.......2-12 (7) 4/9 at Arkansas ......................L,.............. 6-9 4/12 *(9) Texas ........................W,............. 6-5 4/14 * (9) Texas ..........................L,.............. 2-8 4/14 *(9) Texas ........................L,.............. 1-8 4/16 TCU ..................................W,............. 7-3 4/17 Texas-Arlington ...............L,............ 5-10 4/19 at Oral Roberts ................W,............. 6-2 4/20 Oral Roberts ....................W,............. 6-5 4/21 Oral Roberts ....................W,............. 7-5 4/24 $vs. (17) Arizona St. .........L,.............. 5-7 4/27 *at Texas Tech ..................L,.............. 3-9

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4/27 *at Texas Tech ..................L,.............. 4-9 4/28 *at Texas Tech ..................L,............ 5-10 4/30 McNeese St. .....................W,............. 7-2 5/1 McNeese St. .....................W,............. 4-2 5/3 *Kansas St. ......................W,..........15-10 5/4 *Kansas St. ......................W,............. 6-4 5/5 *Kansas St. ......................W,......11-0 (8) 5/10 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 8-3 5/11 *at Kansas .......................L,.............. 1-4 5/12 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 6-3 5/13 at (9) Wichita St. ..............L,.............. 1-5 5/16 %*vs. Oklahoma St. .........L,......7-11(14) 5/17 $*vs. Oklahoma St. ..........W,............. 5-2 5/18 $*vs. Oklahoma St. ..........W,............. 8-6 5/22 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........W,........... 11-3 5/23 ^vs. Texas A&M ...............W,............. 9-1 5/25 ^vs. (4) Texas ..................L,.............. 1-2 5/25 ^vs. (4) Texas ..................L,.............. 5-8 5/31 +at Arkansas ...................L,.............. 5-8 6/1 +vs. (12) Wichita St. ........L,.............. 4-8 * - Big 12 Conference game; ^ - Phillips 66 Big 12 Conference Tournament (Arlington,Texas); % - Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ -Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark(Oklahoma City, Okla.); + - NCAA WichitaState Regional (Wichita, Kan.); ( ) - denotes national ranking.

2/14 2/15 2/22 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/28 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/30

2003 23-31 * 10-17 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell Texas-San Antonio ...........W,............. 9-5 Texas-San Antonio ...........L,.............. 1-4 Sam Houston St. ..............W,............. 8-2 Sam Houston St. ..............W,............. 8-4 !vs SW Missouri St. ..........W,............. 7-3 !vs. (22) Ohio St. ..............W,............. 5-1 !at Lamar .........................L,.............. 3-7 TCU ..................................W,........... 13-6 Michigan .........................L,...........12-16 Michigan .........................W,............. 5-2 Michigan .........................W,............. 5-4 Southern Illinois ..............W,........... 10-2 Southern Illinois ..............W,........... 20-4 at (1) Arizona St. ..............W,............. 6-5 at (1) Arizona St. ..............L,............ 3-10 at (1) Arizona St. ..............L,............ 2-10 at Texas-Arlington ...........L,............ 7-10 *at (8) Baylor ..................L,.............. 5-6 *at (8) Baylor ..................L,.............. 3-4 *at (8) Baylor ..................L,............ 3-10 at TCU ..............................L,.......3-4 (11) *(16) Nebraska ................L,.............. 1-5 *(16) Nebraska ................L,.............. 6-8 *(16) Nebraska ................L,.............. 2-5 Wichita St. .......................W,............. 5-4 *(19) Texas A&M .............W,............. 3-1 *(19) Texas A&M .............L,.......5-6 (10) *(19) Texas A&M .............L,............ 3-12 Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 1-5 *at (9) Texas ....................L,.............. 3-8 *at (9) Texas ....................L,............ 2-10 *at (9) Texas ....................L,.......4-5 (10) at (30) Wichita State .......L,.............. 5-9 *Kansas ...........................L,............ 4-11 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 10-8 *Kansas ...........................L,.......6-16 (8) Oral Roberts ....................L,.............. 2-3 %* (20) Oklahoma St. ......L,.............. 3-8 $* (20) Oklahoma St.........W,............. 7-4 $* (20) Oklahoma St.........W,............. 6-5 $vs. (4) Arizona St. ...........L,.............. 4-9

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2003 CONTINUED 5/2 *Texas Tech ......................W,.............4-1 5/3 *Texas Tech ......................W,............. 6-1 5/4 *Texas Tech ......................W,............. 5-4 5/9 *at Kansas St. ..................L,.............. 2-8 5/10 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 10-8 5/11 *at Kansas St. ..................W,........... 22-6 5/13 Texas-Arlington ...............L,............ 9-11 5/16 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 1-6 5/17 *at Missouri .....................L,.............. 6-7 5/18 *at Missouri .....................W,............. 7-0 5/21 ^vs. (8) Texas A&M .........L,............ 2-11 5/22 ^vs. Oklahoma St. ...........W,............. 4-2 5/23 ^vs. (9) Texas ..................L,.............. 4-5 !-Lamar Tournament of Champions (Beaumont, Texas); * - Big 12 Conferencegame; ^ - Phillips 66 Big 12 ConferenceTournament (SBC Bricktown Ballpark-Oklahoma City); % Driller Stadium (Tulsa,Okla.); $ - SBC Bricktown Ballpark(Oklahoma City); ( ) - denotes national ranking.

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2004 38-24 * 19-8 Big 12 Head Coach Larry Cochell NCAA OKLAHOMA CITY REGIONAL !vs. Gonzaga ....................L,............ 5-15 !vs. CS Northridge ............W,............. 4-2 !vs. (7) Arizona St. ............W,............. 6-0 SE Missouri St. (1) ............W,............. 7-1 SE Missouri St. (2) ............W,........... 11-5 SE Missouri St. .................W,........... 10-2 #at (13) CS Fullerton .......W,.......5-1(10) #vs. USC ...........................W,............. 9-6 #vs. (3) Georgia Tech .........W,............. 6-2 at Texas-Arlington ...........L,.............. 4-5 UC-Riverside ....................W,............. 4-3 UC-Riverside ....................L,............ 3-10 UC-Riverside ....................W,............. 5-1 Texas-Arlington ...............L,.......... 12-18 Creighton ........................L,.............. 2-3 Creighton ........................W,............. 6-1 Creighton ........................L,.............. 7-9 at TCU ..............................L,.............. 3-6

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*(1) Texas ........................L,.............. 1-3 *(1) Texas ........................W,............. 3-2 *(1) Texas ........................L,.............. 4-5 at Oral Roberts ................L,.............. 4-6 *Baylor ............................W,............. 5-4 *Baylor ............................W,......... 12-11 *Baylor ............................W,............. 5-4 (25) Oral Roberts .............W,.............5-4 *at Kansas .......................W,.............8-2 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 5-4 *at Kansas .......................W,............. 5-2 Dallas Baptist ..................L,.............. 5-7 *Missouri .........................W,............. 3-2 *Missouri .........................W,............. 8-5 *Missouri .........................W,............. 4-3 Air Force ..........................W,........... 16-2 Western Illinois ...............L,.............. 4-5 *at (13) Texas A&M .........L,............ 8-11 *at (13) Texas A&M .........W,............. 8-7 *at (13) Texas A&M .........W,............. 9-5 TCU ..................................L,.............. 4-5 *at Texas Tech ..................W,........... 10-4 *at Texas Tech ..................L,............ 4-14 *at Texas Tech ..................L,.......5-6 (10) Ark.-Little Rock ...............W,............. 7-5 %*vs. OSU ........................L,.............. 5-8 $*vs. OSU (1) ....................L,.............. 5-6 $*vs. OSU (2) ...................W,............. 4-1 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 21-6 *Kansas St. ......................W,...........11-3 *Kansas St. ......................W,........... 12-3 (24) Wichita St. ................W,............. 7-3 Texas-Pan American ........W,........... 12-2 Texas-Pan American ........W,............. 8-7 at Wichita St. ...................L,.............. 7-8 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 6-4 *at Nebraska ...................L,.............. 0-1 *at Nebraska ...................W,............. 2-1 ^vs. Missouri ...................L,.............. 5-9 ^vs. (22) Texas Tech ........W,............. 3-1 ^vs. Baylor ......................L,.......4-14 (7) +vs. UCLA ........................L,.............. 1-9 +vs. C. Conn. St.................W,............. 6-1 +vs. UCLA ........................L,............ 7-17

! - Coca-Cola Classic Spring Tournament(Surprise, Ariz.); # - Kia Klassic (Fullerton,Calif.); * - Big 12 Conference game; ^ -Phillips 66 Big 12 Conference Tournament(Ameriquest Field - Arlington, Texas); % -Driller Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); $ - SBCBricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City); + -NCAA Oklahoma City Regional (SBCBricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City); ( ) -denotes national ranking. 2005 35-26 * 14-13 Big 12 Head Coaches: Larry Cochell (23-20) and Sunny Golloway (12-6) NCAA OXFORD REGIONAL 2/12 Gonzaga% .......................L,.............. 5-8 2/12 (12) Arizona State% ........L,.............. 5-7 2/13 South Alabama% ............W,............. 4-1 2/19 Eastern Illinois .................W,........... 19-3 2/20 Eastern Illinois .................W,........... 10-7 2/21 Eastern Illinois .................W,............. 6-1 2/26 Western Illinois ...............W,............. 6-4 2/27 Western Illinois ...............W,........... 11-2 3/28 Western Illinois ...............W,........... 13-7 3/4 UCLA& .............................W,............. 7-2 3/5 (4) CS Fullerton% ............L,.............. 0-7 3/6 Nevada& .........................L,.......... 10-14 3/8 Arkansas Pine Bluff .........W,........... 21-8 3/9 Arkansas Pine Bluff .........W,........... 20-0 3/11 Northwestern State .........L,....10-13(12) 3/12 Northwestern State .........W,........... 15-8 3/13 Northwestern State .........W,............. 7-6 3/18 at Arizona State ...............L,.............. 4-5 3/19 at Arizona State ...............L,.............. 1-5 3/20 at Arizona State ...............L,.............. 5-6 3/22 at (22) TCU .......................W,............. 5-4 3/24 (14) *Texas A&M .............L,.......5-7 (10) 3/25 (14) *Texas A&M .............W,............. 2-0 3/25 (14) *Texas A&M .............W,............. 3-2 3/29 Dallas Baptist ..................W,............. 7-5 4/1 *at (15) Baylor ................L,.............. 3-5 4/2 *at (15) Baylor ................W,............. 5-2 4/3 *at (15) Baylor ................L,.............. 2-6 4/8 *Kansas ...........................W, ............ ...... ...... ...... .............. ...W W,............. W,... ...... ...... ...... ..... 7-5 75

4/9 *Kansas ...........................W,........... 11-9 4/10 *Kansas ...........................L,.............. 3-9 4/12 (30) TCU ...........................W,......... 20-10 4/15 *at (1) Texas ....................L,.......0-2 (10) 4/16 *at (1) Texas ....................L,.............. 0-4 4/17 *at (1) Texas ....................L,............ 7-11 4/19 Texas-Arlington ...............W,........... 11-6 4/22 *at (17) Missouri .............W,......2-1 (10) 4/23 *at (17) Missouri .............L,............ 6-10 4/24 *at (17) Missouri .............L,.............. 4-6 4/26 at (30) Wichita State .......L,.............. 5-7 4/28 *(5) Nebraska ..................W,............. 5-1 4/29 *(5) Nebraska ..................L,.............. 1-8 4/30 *(5) Nebraska ..................L,.............. 1-7 5/3 Wichita State ...................W,............. 5-4 5/6 *at Kansas State ..............L,.............. 5-8 5/7 *at Kansas State ..............W,....10-8 (11) 5/8 *at Kansas State ..............W,......6-5 (10) 5/13 *^Oklahoma St. ..............L,.............. 1-3 5/14 *#Oklahoma St.................W,............. 4-3 5/15 *#Oklahoma St.................W,......5-4 (11) 5/17 N. Colorado ......................L,............ 16-5 5/17 N. Colorado ......................W,............. 4-2 5/20 *Texas Tech ......................W,............. 6-3 5/21 *Texas Tech ......................W,............. 3-1 5/22 *Texas Tech ......................W,......... 14-11 5/25 $ (17) Missouri ................L,.............. 7-8 5/26 $ (4) Nebraska .................L,.............. 3-6 6/3 + (29) Southern Miss ......W,............. 5-4 6/4 + (9) Mississippi .............L,.............. 3-7 6/5 +Maine ...........................W,......... 11-10 6/5 + (9) Mississippi .............L,............ 5-20 % - Coca-Cola Classic Spring Tournament (Surprise, Ariz.); & - Kia Klassic (Fullerton,Calif.); * - Big 12 Conference game; ^ -game played at Drillerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); # - game played at SBC Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City); $ Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament (Oklahoma City); + -NCAA Oxford Regional (Oxford, Miss.); ( ) -denotes national ranking.

OU defeated No. 13 CS Fullerton, USC and No. 3 Georgia Tech to claim the 2004 Kia Klassic title.

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2006 45-22 * 17-10 Big 12 Head Coach: Sunny Golloway NCAA Norman Regional NCAA Houston Super Regional ^Texas State ....................W ............. 7-6 ^Texas-Pan American ......W ........... 16-3 ^Lamar............................L............. 9-21 Western Illinois ................W ........... 13-4 Western Illinois ................W ........... 14-0 Western Illinois ................W ............. 9-1 %(5) Rice .........................L............... 2-8 %Lamar ...........................W ........... 11-4 %(19)Long Beach St.........W ............. 2-1 Memphis+ ......................L............... 1-2 +Indiana State.................W ............. 6-3 +(22) Notre Dame ...........W ............. 4-3 (24) Wichita State ............L............. 2-12 UC Riverside .....................W ......1-0 (10) UC Riverside .....................W..............7-4 UC Riverside .....................W .............7-6 at TCU ...............................W ...........10-5 Centenary.........................W ...........17-6 Centenary.........................W ...........12-0 Centenary.........................W .............7-6 at Texas-Arlington ............W .............8-0 at (11) Arizona State ........L...............7-8 at (11) Arizona State ........W ...........15-8 *(22) Baylor .....................L...............5-6 *(22) Baylor .....................W .............5-2 *(22) Baylor .....................W .........11-10 Dallas Baptist ...................L...............3-9 *(11) Texas .......................L...............0-2 *(11) Texas .......................L...............4-9 *(11) Texas .......................W ...........12-7 Texas-Arlington ................W .............4-3 *at Texas A&M ..................L...............1-3 *at Texas A&M ..................W ..... 1-0 (11) *at Texas A&M ..................W .............6-3 (16) TCU............................W .........12-11 *Missouri .........................W .............6-4 *Missouri .........................W .............8-6 *Missouri .........................W .............7-6 (1) Rice .............................W ...........15-3 *at Texas Tech ...................W .............5-2 *at Texas Tech ...................W .............6-5 *at Texas Tech ...................W .............8-2 New Mexico......................W ...........18-9 *at (30) Kansas ................W ... 11-9 (10) *at (30) Kansas ................W ...........17-2 *at (30) Kansas ................L...............5-7 at (23) Wichita State.........L...............5-9 *Kansas State ...................L...............2-3 *Kansas State ...................W ..... 16-6 (7) *Kansas State ...................W .............7-6 *!(8) Oklahoma St..............L..............2-4 *@(8) Oklahoma St...........L...............0-7 *@(8) Oklahoma St...........L...............0-4 *at (11) Nebraska .............W .............3-2 *at (11) Nebraska .............L.............4-10 *at (11) Nebraska .............W .............6-2 #Kansas ............................L...............2-7 #Missouri .........................L...... .0-11 (7) #(12) Oklahoma St............W ..... 21-6 (7) &TCU ...............................L...............5-6 &Houston ........................W .............8-6 &TCU ................................W ...........15-6

6/4 &Wichita State .................W ...........12-7 6/5 &Wichita State .................W .............7-6 6/10 $(1) Rice ...........................L.............4-10 6/11 $(1) Rice ...........................W ...........11-5 6/12 $(1) Rice ...........................L...............5-9 * - Big 12 game; ^ - UTPA Classic (Edinburg, Texas); % - Rice Tourney(Houston, Texas); + - Service Academy Classic (Millington, Tenn.); ! - Driller’s Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); @ - Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City); $ - NCAA Houston Super Regional, # - Big 12 Champ. (OKC); & - NCAA Norman Regional., ( ) - denotes national ranking.

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2007 34-24 * 11-16 Big 12 Head Coach: Sunny Golloway ^Texas State ....................L............... 3-8 ^Texas-Pan American ......L............... 0-2 ^Texas-Pan American ......W ............. 6-5 %(4) South Carolina .........L............. 2-13 %UNC-Wilmington ..........W ........... 10-5 %Western Kentucky .........L............. 5-11 Western Illinois ................W ............. 1-0 Western Illinois ................W ........... 24-4 Western Illinois ................W ............. 7-6 (11) Wichita State ............W ............. 5-4 (20) UC Riverside..............W ........... 14-5 (20) UC Riverside ..............W............11-5 (20) UC Riverside ..............W .............2-1 Creighton .........................W .............4-2 Creighton .........................W .............8-2 +San Diego State.............W ............. 4-1 +(22) San Diego ..............W ............. 6-4 +Michigan .......................L............... 5-8 Texas-Pan American .........W ............. 4-1 Texas-Pan American .........W ........... 20-4 Michigan State .................L............... 3-4 Michigan State .................W ............. 7-2 Michigan State .................W .............5-0 Dallas Baptist@ ................W .............9-7 *(8) Texas A&M ................L...............3-7 *(8) Texas A&M ................W .............9-3 *(8) Texas A&M ................W ..... 8-7 (11) *(9) Texas .........................L...............3-4 *(9) Texas .........................L...............1-3 *(9) Texas .........................W .............5-2 (28) TCU............................W ...........13-5 *at Baylor .........................L...............2-4 *at Baylor .........................W .............5-4 *at Baylor .........................L...............2-5 Dallas Baptist ...................W .............2-1 *Nebraska ........................W .............3-0 *Nebraska ........................L...............4-6 *Nebraska ........................L.............5-12 (27) at TCU........................L.............4-11 *at Kansas State ...............L.............6-10 *at Kansas State ...............W ...........20-9 *at Kansas State ...............W ...........12-4 *Kansas ............................W .............8-0 *Kansas ............................L...............3-6 *Kansas ............................L...............4-9 *!(17) Oklahoma St...........L...............7-8 *@(17) Oklahoma St.........L.............2-10 *@(17) Oklahoma St.........L...............7-8 *at (21) Missouri ..............L.............3-13 *at (21) Missouri ..............W .............5-0 *at (21) Missouri ..............L.............8-10 Stephen F. Austin ..............W ...........10-6 *Texas Tech.......................W .............6-5 *Texas Tech.......................W ..... 8-7 (10) *Texas Tech.......................L....... 5-15 (7)

5/23 #(11) Missouri ..................W .............7-2 5/25 #(12) Oklahoma St............W .............9-8 5/26 #Baylor .............................L...............6-7 * - Big 12 game; ^ - UTPA Classic (Edinburg, Texas); % - Hughes Brothers Challenge (Wilmington, N.C.); + - Tony Gwynn Classic (San Diego, Calif.); @ - played at Dr. Pepper Ballpark (Frisco, Texas); ! -played at Driller’s Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); @ played at Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City); # - Big 12 Championship (Oklahoma City)

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2008 36-26-1 * 9-17-1 Big 12 Head Coach: Sunny Golloway NCAA Tempe Regional at (1) UCLA .......................L............... 5-7 at (1) UCLA .......................W ......3-2 (12) Arkansas Pine Bluff ..........W ............. 8-2 Arkansas Pine Bluff ..........W ............. 9-3 % vs (9) Rice ....................L............... 2-7 % vs Houston ...................W ......8-5 (10) % vs Tennessee ................W ............. 2-0 North Dakota State ..........W ........... 15-3 North Dakota State ..........W ........... 13-0 North Dakota State ..........W ............. 9-3 Western Illinois ...............W ........... 12-2 Western Illinois ................W............11-6 Western Illinois ................W .............7-4 Western Illinois ................W .............7-4 & vs Dallas Baptist ............W .............3-1 & vs Northern Illinois .......W ........... 11-5 Washington State.............L............... 3-5 Washington State.............L............... 3-4 Washington State.............L..........5-8 (8) Washington State.............W ........... 14-2 at South Florida................W ............. 6-1 at South Florida................W ............. 7-5 *at (22) Nebraska .............L...............2-4 *at (22) Nebraska .............L...............3-4 *at (22) Nebraska .............T....... 8-8 (11) Texas Arlington.................W .............6-5 *(20) Baylor .....................W ...........11-2 *(20) Baylor .....................W ..... 3-2 (10) *(20) Baylor .....................L...............3-7 Dallas Baptist ...................W .............8-4 *(14) Texas .......................L.............7-10 *(14) Texas .......................W .............5-3 *(14) Texas .......................L.............7-13 *at (11) Texas A&M ..........L...............7-8 *at (11) Texas A&M ..........L.............3-10 *at (11) Texas A&M ..........L.............2-12 at TCU ...............................W ..... 5-4 (12) Souther Nazarene.............W ...........15-3 *(11) Missouri ..................L...............4-9 *(11) Missouri ..................L...... .5-6 (10) *(11) Missouri ..................W ...........22-4 TCU ...................................W ...........11-6 Southern Nazarene...........L...............4-8 *at Texas Tech ...................W ...........12-7 *at Texas Tech ...................L...............2-6 *at Texas Tech.. .................W .............3-2 (8) Wichita State...............W . 12-11 (10) *at Kansas.. ......................L...........15-17 *at Kansas ........................L...........10-13 *at Kansas ........................L...............4-9 *Kansas State ...................L...............4-6 *Kansas State ...................W ...........10-5 *Kansas State ...................W ...........10-2 !*(8) Oklahoma State .......L...............1-7 @*(8) Oklahoma State .....L.............1-11 @*(8) Oklahoma State .....W ...........10-4

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# (9) Texas A&M................W .............4-1 # (9) Missouri ...................W .............4-3 # (24) Texas ......................L...........10-11 + vs (22) Vanderbilt .........W .............8-5 + vs (4) Arizona State ......L.............3-15 + vs (22) Vanderbilt .........W .........11-10 + vs (4) Arizona State ......L.............0-12

* - Big 12 game; % - Houston College Classic (Houston, Texas); ; & - game played at Dr. Pepper Ballpark (Frisco, Texas); ! -game played at Driller’s Stadium (Tulsa, Okla.); @ - game played at SBC Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City);# - Big 12 Championship (Oklahoma City);+-NCAA Tempe Regional

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2009 43-20 * 17-10 Big 12 Head Coach: Sunny Golloway NCAA Norman Regional Western Illinois ................W ........... 17-2 Western Illinois ................W ............. 6-1 Western Illinois ................W ........... 15-4 Western Illinois ................W ........... 21-9 at (11) San Diego .............W ........... 11-2 at (11) San Diego .............L............. 7-10 at Washington State .........L............... 2-9 at Washington State .........W ......9-7 (11) at Washington State .........W ........... 12-3 at Washington State .........L............. 6-10 Arkansas Little Rock .........W ........... 11-7 Arkansas Little Rock .........W ........... 16-6 UCLA ................................W ............. 6-5 UCLA ................................W ............. 7-6 UCLA ................................W ............. 6-4 Cal ....................................W ............. 9-6 Houston Baptist ...............W ........... 10-1 Houston Baptist ...............W ............. 6-0 % vs Bethune Cookman ...W ......5-4 (10) % at South Florida ...........W ........... 10-1 % vs Eastern Illinois .........L............... 6-8 at (14) TCU .......................W ............. 8-7 *at (26) Kansas State .......L............... 1-9 *at (26) Kansas State .......W ......... 12-11 *at (26) Kansas State .......W ........... 29-4 Central Arkansas ..............W ........... 12-6 *Nebraska ........................W ........... 12-9 *Nebraska ........................L............. 9-11 *Nebraska ........................W ........... 16-6 *at Missouri .....................W ............. 2-1 *at Missouri .....................W ............. 7-4 *at Missouri .....................L............... 4-5 at Witchita State ..............W ........... 15-0 *Texas Tech.......................W ............. 6-0 *Texas Tech.......................W ............. 4-0 *Texas Tech.......................L............... 1-5 (16) TCU ...........................W ............. 7-5 *at (10) Texas ...................L............... 3-7 *at (10) Texas ...................L............... 2-6 *at (10) Texas ...................L............... 5-8 Wichita State....................W ............. 8-1 *at (9) Baylor ...................W ............. 4-2 *at (9) Baylor ...................W ........... 12-4 *at (9) Baylor ...................W ........... 11-8 at (7) Arkansas .................L........7-8 (10) *Kansas ............................L............... 4-5 *Kansas ............................L............... 5-9 *Kansas ............................W ....10-9 (10) Southern Utah..................W ........... 14-5 at UT Arlington.................L............... 5-8 !*Oklahoma State.............W ............. 5-2

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2010 50-18 * 15-10 Big 12 Head Coach: Sunny Golloway NCAA Norman Regional NCAA Charlottesvile Super Regional NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES at San Diego State............W ............. 7-4 at San Diego State............W ........... 17-5 at San Diego State............W ............. 9-5 at San Diego State............W ............. 5-2 $ vs Valparaiso..................W ........... 12-9 $ at Jacksonville ...............L............... 3-4 $ vs Richmond..................W ........... 11-3 UT-ARLINGTON .................W ............. 4-3 % SOUTH FLORIDA............W ............. 5-4 % WESTERN ILLINOIS .......W ........... 12-1 % SOUTH FLORIDA............W ............. 4-3 % STEPHEN F. AUSTIN .......W ............. 5-4 at Dallas Baptist ...............W ............. 8-4 HOUSTON BAPTIST............W ............. 9-1 & vs Mississippi State .......W ........... 16-5 & vs Texas A&M-CC ...........W ........... 11-2

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& vs (10) UCLA .................L............... 2-5 UMASS .............................W ............. 4-2 UMASS .............................W ............. 8-4 *BAYLOR...........................W ............. 7-6 *at Nebraska ....................W ........... 10-2 *at Nebraska ....................W ............. 4-1 *at Nebrasla .....................L............. 0-10 ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF .....W ........... 26-3 ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF .....W ........... 16-1 *(7) TEXAS........................L............... 0-5 *(7) TEXAS........................L............... 0-2 *(7) TEXAS........................L............... 3-9 at (11) TCU .......................W ............. 4-2 *MISSOURI ......................W ............. 6-4 *MISSOURI .......................W ........... 10-4 *MISSOURI .......................L........... 11-12 *at Oklahoma State..........L............... 6-7 *at Texas Tech...................W ........... 12-1 *at Texas Tech...................L............... 3-7 *at Texas Tech...................L............... 3-8 (11) TCU ...........................W ............. 8-3 *at Texas A&M..................L............... 2-6 *at Texas A&M..................W ............. 6-5 *at Texas A&M..................W ........... 10-2 DALLAS BAPTIST...............W ........... 14-0 *(20) KANSAS STATE.........W ........... 14-3 *(20) KANSAS STATE.........L............. 9-14 *(20) KANSAS STATE.........W ......... 15-11 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK ...W ........... 14-5 * ! vs Oklahoma State.......W ............. 7-6 *@ vs Oklahoma State......L............... 3-4 *@ vs Oklahoma State .....W ............. 6-0 MEMPHIS .........................L............... 3-4 MEMPHIS .........................W ........... 14-6 MEMPHIS .........................W ............. 9-2 (14) Arkansas ...................W ............. 5-2 Texas Southern .................W ........... 13-1 * at Kansas .......................W ........... 14-4 * at Kansas .......................W ............. 8-7 * at Kansas .......................W ............. 9-6 # Kansas ...........................W ............. 3-2

5/28 # Baylor ............................L............... 3-8 5/29 # (25) Kansas State ..........W .......13-2(8) 6/4 + Oral Roberts .................W ......7-6 (10) 6/5 + North Carolina ..............W ..... 7-6 (10) 6/6 + North Carolina ..............W ............. 3-2 6/12 ^ at (1) Virgina ................L............... 2-3 6/13 ^ at (1) Virginia ...............W ........... 10-7 6/14 ^ at (1) Virginia ...............W ........... 11-0 6/20 ? (5) South Carolina ..........W ............. 4-3 6/22 ? (8) Clemson ...................L .............. 4-6 6/24 ? (5) South Carolina ..........L........2-3 (12) * - Big 12 game; $ - Jacksonville Invitational (Jacksonville, Fla.); & - Whataburger Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas); % - Sooner Classic (Norman Okla.); ! -game played at OneOK Field (Tulsa, Okla.); @ - game played at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma City);# - Big 12 Championship (Oklahoma City);+ - NCAA Norman Regional; ^ Charlottesville Super Regional (Charlottesville, Va.); ? - College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)

The 2010 Sooners made the program’s 10th appearance in the College World Series with a 50-18 mark.

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1947 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Oklahoma A&M .............. W ....... 6-2 Texas .............................. L ...... 9-10

1974 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CHAMPS Tulsa............................... W ....... 6-2 Tulsa............................... W ....... 5-4

1984 NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL Nevada-Las Vegas .......... L ........ 1-2 Lamar............................. L ........ 3-4

1951 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CHAMPS Houston ......................... W ........ 5-2 Houston ......................... W ........ 6-5 Houston ......................... W ........ 2-1

NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Northern Colorado ......... W ..... 10-1 Miami (Fla.).................... L ........ 1-5 Texas .............................. L ...... 4-10

1985 NCAA CENTRAL REGIONA Lamar............................. W ....... 9-1 Grambling ...................... W ....... 5-2 Texas .............................. L ........ 4-9 Lamar............................. L ........ 5-7

SUCCESS ON THE NATIONAL SCENE The Sooners have appeared in 33 NCAA Tournaments, with 11 regional titles and 10 College World Series appearances. Overall, OU is 76-65 in the NCAA postseason, including a 6-3 mark last year on the road to the College World Series.

NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS Ohio State ...................... W ........ 9-8 Springfield (Mass.) College . W ....... 7-1 Southern California ........ W ....... 4-1 Tennessee ...................... W ....... 3-2

1975 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CHAMPS Texas A&M ..................... W ....... 6-4 Tulsa............................... L ........ 3-4 Texas A&M ..................... W ....... 5-4 Tulsa............................... W ....... 2-1 Tulsa............................... W ....... 8-5

OU has enjoyed several NCAA Tournament firsts under current head coach Sunny Golloway.

1953 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Houston ......................... W ....... 7-4 Houston ......................... L ........ 7-8 Houston ......................... L ........ 3-5

NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Texas .............................. L ........ 2-4 Cal State Fullerton .......... W ..... 11-4 Eastern Michigan ........... W ....... 7-0 Arizona State.................. L ........ 0-1

1955 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Oklahoma A&M ............. W ........ 3-0 Oklahoma A&M .............. L ........ 3-6 Oklahoma A&M .............. L ........ 2-6

1976 NCAA S. CENTRAL REGIONAL CHAMPS Miami (Fla.).................... W ..... 11-3 Texas .............................. W ....... 3-2 Texas .............................. L ........ 5-6 Texas .............................. W ....... 4-1

In 2006, OU advanced to its first Super Regional at No. 1 Rice. The format originated in 1999. The 2006 season also marked OU’s first time to host a NCAA Regional in Norman at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The stadium opened in 1982 and OU hosted twice in Norman at Haskell Park. In 2009, OU was awarded its first national seed in the tournament, coming in at No. 7. In 2010, the Sooners won their first Super Regional with a best-of-three series victory at No. 1 Virgina.

1956 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT North Dakota State......... L ........ 3-8 1972 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CHAMPS Tulsa............................... W ........ 6-3 Tulsa............................... W ........ 5-4 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Temple ........................... W 2-1 (13) Arizona State.................. L ......... 0-1 Texas .............................. L ........ 1-7 1973 NCAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CHAMPS Creighton ....................... W ....... 8-1 Tulsa............................... W ....... 4-1 Tulsa............................... W 5-3 (14) NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Minnesota ...................... L ........ 0-1 Penn State...................... W ....... 6-0 Texas .............................. L ...... 2-10



NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Washington State........... L ........ 1-6 Arizona........................... L ...... 2-10 1977 NCAA SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL Michigan ........................ W ....... 3-1 Southern Illinois ............. L ........ 3-7 Michigan ........................ L ........ 2-5 1979 NCAA MIDWEST REGIONAL Arizona........................... L ........ 1-8 Indiana State.................. W ....... 9-2 Hawaii............................ L ...... 8-12 1982 NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL Ohio State ...................... W ....... 5-2 Texas .............................. L ........ 0-8 Florida State ................... W ....... 7-6 Eastern Michigan ........... L ......... 2-9

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1986 NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL Eastern Kentucky............ W ... 21-14 LSU................................. L ........ 5-8 Tulane ............................ L ...... 5-14 1987 NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL Sam Houston State......... L ........ 1-5 Texas .............................. L ...... 5-10 1988 NCAA WEST II REGIONAL Pepperdine..................... L ...... 1-10 Arizona State.................. L ...... 6-13 1989 NCAA WEST I REGIONAL Loyola Marymount ......... W ....... 5-2 Long Beach State ........... L ....... 4-11 Loyola Marymount ......... L ........ 5-6 1991 NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL South Alabama .............. L ........ 4-5 LSU................................. L ........ 3-4 1992 NCAA MIDEAST REGIONAL CHAMPS UCLA .............................. W ....... 4-3 Mississippi State............. L ........ 6-9 Clemson ......................... W ....... 7-6 Mississippi State............. W ..... 10-6 UCLA .............................. W ..... 10-0 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Texas .............................. L ...... 3-15 Wichita State.................. W ....... 8-4 Texas .............................. L ........ 5-8

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1994 NCAA CENTRAL REGIONAL CHAMPS Arkansas State ............... W ..... 10-3 Stanford ......................... W ..... 10-4 Texas .............................. W ..... 15-4 Texas .............................. W ....... 6-3 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS Auburn ........................... W ....... 5-4 Arizona State.................. W ....... 4-3 Arizona State.................. W ....... 6-1 Georgia Tech ................... W ..... 13-5 1995 NCAA MIDWEST II REGIONAL CHAMPS Indiana State.................. W ....... 9-6 Texas .............................. W ..... 13-9 Auburn ........................... W ....... 9-8 Auburn ........................... W ....... 3-1 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Florida State ................... L ........ 2-3 Southern California ........ L ........ 4-9

1997 NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL Long Beach State ........... L ........ 0-1 LSU................................. L ...... 3-14 1998 NCAA ATLANTIC II REGIONAL Delaware ........................ W ....... 6-3 Rutgers .......................... W ....... 9-7 Florida State ................... L ...... 2-23 Auburn ........................... L ........ 8-9 2000 NCAA OKLAHOMA CITY REGIONAL Oral Roberts ................... W ....... 6-5 UCLA .............................. L ...... 5-10 Oral Roberts ................... W ....... 9-7 UCLA .............................. L ...... 3-11 2002 NCAA WICHITA STATE REGIONAL Arkansas ........................ L ........ 5-8 Wichita State.................. L ........ 4-8

2004 NCAA OKLAHOMA CITY REGIONAL UCLA .............................. L ........ 1-9 Central Connecticut State W ....... 6-1 UCLA .............................. L ...... 7-17 2005 NCAA OXFORD REGIONAL Southern Miss ................ W ........ 5-4 Mississippi...................... L ......... 3-7 Maine............................. W .... 11-10 Mississippi...................... L ........ 5-20 2006 NCAA NORMAN REGIONAL CHAMPS TCU................................. L .......... 5-6 Houston ......................... W ........ 8-6 TCU................................. W ...... 15-6 Wichita State.................. W ...... 12-7 Wichita State.................. W ........ 7-6 NCAA HOUSTON SUPER REGIONAL Rice ................................ L ........ 4-10 Rice ................................ W ...... 11-5 Rice ................................ L .......... 5-9

2008 NCAA TEMPE REGIONAL Vanderbilt ...................... W ........ 8-5 Arizona State.................. L ....... 3-15 Vanderbilt ...................... W .... 11-10 Arizona State.................. L ........ 0-12 2009 NCAA NORMAN REGIONAL Wichita State.................. W ........ 5-4 Arkansas ........................ L ....... 6-17 Washington State........... W ........ 7-2 Arkansas ........................ L ........ 0-11 2010 NCAA NORMAN REGIONAL CHAMPS Oral Roberts ................... W ........ 7-6 North Carolina ................ W ........ 7-6 North Carolina ................ W ........ 3-2 NCAA VIRGINIA SUPER REGIONAL Virginia .......................... L ......... 2-3 Virginia .......................... W ...... 10-7 Virginia .......................... W ...... 11-0 NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES South Carolina................ W ........ 4-3 Clemson ......................... L ......... 4-6 South Carolina................ L ......... 2-3

The Sooners were participants for the final series at historic Rosenblatt Stadium in 2010.



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BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP THE AUTOMATIC BID The Big 12 Conference, and the Big Eight before it, is considered one of the toughest conferences year in and year out across the country in every sport. Baseball is deďŹ nitely no different as the conference has been well represented in the NCAA Tournament and College World Series. That postseason success on the national scene all starts with competition in the Big 12 regular season and the conference tournament. The winner of the eight-team double-elimination tournament receives an automatic bid into the NCAA tournament. The Sooners have taken advantage of this route on three occasions. Below is a brief look at those championship teams. OU ended the 1970s with two Big 8 Tournament Championships out of the ďŹ nal three years. The 1977 title was the ďŹ rst for OU in the conferenceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s postseason tournament and it came after it won the regular season title as well. In 1979, the Sooners once again claimed the postseason championship after ďŹ nishing third in the regular season. In the ďŹ rst year of the Big 12 Conference, the Oklahoma Sooners defeated Texas Tech, 19-17, in the championship game to claim the ďŹ rst conference tournament title. OU ďŹ nished the regular season in fourth place with an 18-11 record in Big 12 play. The Sooners were 39-20 overall in 1997 and went 0-2 in the NCAA Tournament.

1976 Missouri ......................... L ........ 2-4 Nebraska ........................ W ..... 15-5 Oklahoma State.............. W ....... 2-1 Missouri ......................... W ....... 8-0 Iowa State ...................... W ....... 9-4 Missouri ......................... L ........ 3-5 1977 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT CHAMP Kansas............................ W ........ 5-0 Missouri ......................... W ..... 13-6 Missouri ......................... W ...... 16-6 1978 Kansas............................ W ....... 2-1 Missouri ......................... L ........ 3-4 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 6-8 1979 BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT CHAMP Nebraska ........................ W ....... 7-6 Missouri ......................... W ..... 10-7 Nebraska ........................ W ....... 9-7 1980 Nebraska ........................ L ...... 6-13 Missouri ......................... L ........ 1-6 1982 Nebraska ........................ W ..... 12-8 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 6-7 Nebraska ........................ W ....... 8-2 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 3-5

1983 Kansas State................... W ........ 6-2 Iowa State ...................... W ........ 7-6 Oklahoma State.............. L ......... 1-3 Nebraska ........................ W ........ 2-1 Oklahoma State ............. W ...... 10-8 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 7-13 1984 Nebraska ........................ L ...... 7-15 Missouri ......................... W .... 17-12 Nebraska ........................ W ....... 5-2 Oklahoma State.............. L ...... 4-13 1985 Nebraska ........................ W ... 18-11 Oklahoma State.............. L ...... 4-13 Nebraska ........................ W ....... 5-3 Oklahoma State.............. L ...... 4-19 1986 Missouri ......................... W ..... 14-8 Oklahoma State.............. W ....... 7-5 Oklahoma State.............. L ...... 7-12 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 3-9 1987 Nebraska ........................ W ..... 11-4 Oklahoma State.............. W ....... 9-4 Oklahoma State.............. L ...... 6-15 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 6-9 1988 Missouri ......................... W ..... 12-6 Oklahoma State.............. L ...... 1-15 Missouri ......................... W ....... 7-2 Oklahoma State.............. W ....... 7-6 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 5-9

1989 Missouri ......................... L ...... 8-10 Iowa State ...................... W ... 14-12 Missouri ......................... L ........ 6-8 1991 Missouri ......................... W ....... 9-3 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 3-4 Missouri ......................... W ....... 5-0 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 4-6 1992 Iowa State ...................... W ....... 5-1 Oklahoma State.............. W ..... 15-6 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 2-3 Oklahoma State.............. L ...... 5-13 1993 Kansas............................ L ........ 0-4 Kansas State................... W ..... 11-7 Nebraska ........................ L .... 14-19 1994 Nebraska ........................ L ........ 2-3 Missouri ......................... W ..... 15-2 Iowa State ...................... W ....... 5-3 Nebraska ........................ W ..... 21-4 Oklahoma State.............. L ........ 3-6 1995 Kansas............................ L ..1-2(12) Oklahoma State.............. L ..7-9(11) 1996 Iowa State ...................... W ..... 14-4 Oklahoma State.............. L .... 11-16 Missouri ......................... L .... 11-20

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The Big 12 Championship has been contested in the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; backyard for 13 of the last 14 years in Oklahoma City at the Redhawks Ballpark.

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP 1997 BIG 12 TOURNAMENT CHAMP Texas A&M ..................... L ...... 3-11 Texas Tech ...................... W ....... 5-3 Missouri ......................... W ..... 16-7 Oklahoma State.............. W ..... 10-5 Texas Tech ...................... W ... 19-17 1998 Texas Tech ...................... L ........ 1-5 Texas A&M ..................... W ..... 10-4 Oklahoma State.............. W ....... 9-4 Texas Tech ...................... L ........ 3-4 1999 Texas A&M ..................... W ..... 10-5 Nebraska ........................ L ...... 7-14 Texas A&M ..................... L ...... 3-10 

2000 Oklahoma State.............. W ....... 9-8 Missouri ......................... W ..... 12-6 Nebraska ........................ L ........ 1-3 Nebraska ........................ L ........ 1-6 2001 Texas Tech ...................... L ...... 5-17 Texas .............................. W ....... 9-7 Texas Tech ...................... W ....... 4-3 Texas A&M ..................... L ...... 1-10 2002 Oklahoma State.............. W ..... 11-3 Texas A&M ..................... W ....... 9-1 Texas .............................. L ........ 1-2 Texas .............................. L ........ 5-8

2003 Texas A&M ..................... L ...... 2-11 Oklahoma State.............. W ....... 4-2 Texas .............................. L ........ 4-5 2004 Missouri ......................... L ........ 5-9 Texas Tech ...................... W ....... 3-1 Baylor............................. L .4-14 (7) 2005 Missouri ......................... L ........ 7-8 Nebraska ........................ W ....... 3-6 2006 Kansas............................ L .......... 2-7 Missouri ......................... L...........0-11 Oklahoma State.............. W..........21-6

2008 Texas A&M ..................... W ........ 4-1 Missouri ......................... W...........4-3 Texas .............................. L..........10-11 2009 Texas Tech ...................... W ........ 5-2 Texas A&M ..................... L...........15-17 Missouri ......................... L........... 4-5 2010 Kansas............................ W ........ 3-2 Baylor............................. L........... 3-8 Kansas State................... W...........13-2

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RECORDS FALL IN 29-4 VICTORY Bryant Hernandez (left) and Jamie Johnson combined to hit three of the Sooners’ school record 11 home runs at Kansas State on March 22, 2009. The total tied a Big 12 record and was two shy of tying an NCAA record. OU hit five home runs in the first inning of that game after sending 17 batters to the plate to score 13 runs (one run shy of tying school record). OU’s 29 runs in the game tied for the fourth most runs scored in school history and the most since 1986. The 27 hits on March 22 at KSU were three shy of the school record and the most hits recorded by an OU team since Feb. 17, 1991 (29 vs. Kearney State).

SINGLE GAME RECORDS

SEASON TEAM RECORDS

SEASON HITTING RECORDS

Runs: 33 vs. Northern Iowa ................. March 21,1989 33 vs. Southwestern ....................March 6, 1986

Wins: 62..............................................................1976

SEASON HITTING Batting Average: .355...........................................................1987

Hits: 30 vs. Northern Iowa .................March 21, 1989 Doubles: 11 vs. Northern Iowa ................ March 21, 1989 Triples: 4 vs. Oklahoma City ..................... March 1,1982 vs. Southwestern ..................... March 6,1978 vs. TCU ........................................Feb. 23, 1999 Home Runs: 11 vs.Kansas State..................... March 22,2009 Stolen Bases: 12 vs. East Central Okla. .............................1937 Walks (Batting): 19 vs. Colorado ..........................................1950 Errors: 10 vs. Oklahoma State ...............................1932 Runners left on base: 21 vs. Shepard Field...................................1953 Double Plays (Fielding): 5 vs. Kansas State .........................April 14,1985 vs. Ohio State ............................May 28, 1982 vs. St. Leo................................March 10, 1981

Losses: 33..............................................................2001 Consecutive Wins: 24..............................................................1975

Runs Scored: Total 660............................................................1976

Consecutive Conference Wins: 18........................................................ 1934-37

Hits: Total 843............................................................1976

Double Plays (Defense): Total 77..............................................................1994

Doubles: Total 159................................................1987 & 1986

Per Game 1.27...........................................................1997

Triples: Total 43..............................................................1986

Winning Percentage: .909...........................................................1931

SEASON PITCHING RECORDS ERA: 0.99...........................................................1931 Strikeouts: Total 583............................................................2010

Home Runs: Total 114............................................................1998 Stolen Bases: Total 192............................................................1975 Consecutive Games Avoided Shutout: 240.................................................. 1993-1997

Consecutive Shutout Innings: Total 583............................................................2010

Runs/Inning: 14 vs. Emporia State ......................Feb. 17, 1998 

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GAMES

HITS

Career: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Game: 5

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239 ............... Keith Drumright ... 1973-76 237 ............... Rich Hills .............. 1992-95 228 ............... Rick Park .............. 1997-00 225 ............... Terry Bogener ...... 1975-78 224 ............... Kevin Pearson ...... 1983-86 222 ............... Brian Shackelford . 1995-98 219 ............... Javier Flores.......... 1994-97 208 ............... Casey Bookout ...... 1996-99 208................ Russell Raley ........ 2003-06 202 ............... Damon Minor ....... 1993-96 202 ............... Tommy Thompson 1976-79

Season: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

BATTING AVERAGE Season: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

.507............... Dale Mitchell ..............1946 .460............... Chris Ebright ...............1987 .454............... Ray Myers ...................1934 .440............... John Toal ....................1984 .439............... Kevin Burdick .............1986 .436............... Bus Wall......................1931 .428............... Greg Dobbs.................2001 .420............... Victor Lasater .............1940 .420............... Dale Mitchell ..............1942

Career (Min. 2 years): 1. .467............... Dale Mitchell ........ 1942-46 2. .420............... Kevin Burdick ....... 1986-87 3. .393............... Ron Leon .............. 1983-84 4. .392............... Chris Ebright ......... 1987-89 5. .386............... Scott Campbell ..... 1989-91 6. .381............... Ray Hayward ........ 1980-83 .381............... Casey Bookout ...... 1996-99 8. .373............... Bobby Brown........ 1995-96 9. .367............... Willy Hill ............... 1995-98 10. .364............... Corey Hart ............ 1997-98

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Game: 9 24 times; most recently: Garrett Buechele (April 30, 2010)

118................ Kevin Burdick .............1986 104................ Greg Dobbs.................2001 103................ Keith Drumright .........1976 101................ Kevin Burdick .............1987 99.................. Ryan Rohlinger ...........2006 96.................. Chris Ebright ...............1988 95.................. Rick Gutierrez .............1994 94.................. Terry Bogener .............1976 94.................. Darvin Traylor .............1994 94.................. Garrett Buechele ........2010 93.................. Mike Gosse .................2008 92.................. Greg Stitzinger ...........1976 92.................. Marty Neff ..................1991

Hits Career: 1. 295................ Keith Drumright ... 1973-76 2. 290................ Rich Hills .............. 1992-95 3. 285................ Brian Shackelford . 1995-98 4. 282................ Rick Park............... 1997-00 5. 275................ Casey Bookout ...... 1996-99 6. 264................ Javier Flores.......... 1994-97 7. 258................ Chris Ebright ......... 1987-89 8. 252................ Terry Bogener ....... 1975-78 9. 237................ Russell Raley ........ 2003-06 10. 235................ Mark Cole ............. 1987-89

two players; most recently: C. Ebright vs. Oklahoma City (Feb. 28,1987)

Season: 1. 91.................. Kevin Burdick .............1986 2. 89.................. Chris Ebright ..............1987 3. 87.................. Chris Ebright ..............1988 87.................. Marty Neff .................1991 5. 77.................. Brian Eldridge ............1992 6. 76.................. Casey Bookout ...........1998 76.................. Kevin Pearson ............1986 8. 75.................. Rick Park ....................2000 9. 70.................. Brian Shackelford ......1997 10. 69.................. Kelly Snider ...............1976 Career: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

251................ Brian Shackelford . 1995-98 239................ Chris Ebright ......... 1987-89 228................ Rick Park............... 1997-00 220................ Casey Bookout ...... 1996-99 190................ Rich Hills .............. 1992-95 186................ Kevin Pearson ....... 1983-86 171................ Damon Minor ....... 1993-96 167................ Aaron Baker.......... 2007-09 167................ Kelly Snider .......... 1974-76 156................ Mark Cole ............. 1987-89 154................ Terry Bogener ....... 1975-78 154................ Javier Flores.......... 1994-97

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Brian Shackelford drove in a program-best 251 runs throughout his four-year Sooner career (1995-98).

AT-BATS Season: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

302................ Kelly Snider ................1976 299................ Keith Drumright .........1976 277................ Terry Bogener .............1976 270................ Rick Gutierrez .............1994 270................ Roger LaFrancois ........1976 269................ Kevin Burdick .............1986 268................ Gary Thweatt ..............1976

Career: 1. 869................ Rich Hills .............. 1992-95 2. 863................ Keith Drumright ... 1973-76 3. 844................ Rick Park............... 1997-00 844................ Brian Shackelford . 1995-98 5. 768................ Javier Flores.......... 1994-97 6. 762................ Terry Bogener ....... 1975-78 7. 759................ Kevin Pearson ....... 1983-86 8. 721................ Casey Bookout ...... 1996-99 9. 720................ Kelly Snider .......... 1974-76 10. 666................ Mark Cole ............. 1987-89 

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Se Season: 1. 26 ......Casey Bookout..............................1998 2. 24 ......Marty Neff....................................1991 3. 23 ......Brian Eldridge ..............................1992 4. 21 ......Brian Shackelford .........................1998 21 ......Kevin Pearson...............................1986 6. 20 ......John Russell .................................1982 7. 18 ......Chris Ebright.................................1988 18 ......Jeff Kaye.......................................1985 18 ......Rick Park ......................................2000 10. 17 ......Chris Ebright.................................1988 10 17 ......J.T. Wise ........................................2009 17 ......Garrett Buechele ...........................2010

RUNS SCORED Game: 5 - eight players; most recently: Cameron Seitzer (above) vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff (March 30,2010) Season: 1. 83 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1986 2. 80 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1987 3. 78 ......Chris Ebright.................................1987 4. 76 ......John Toal ......................................1986 76 ......Jamie Johnson .............................2009 5. 74 ......Casey Bookout..............................1998 74 ......Todd Butler...................................1988 74 ......Kevin Castleberry .........................1989 74 ......Chris Ebright.................................1988 74 ......Darvin Traylor ...............................1994 10. 72 ......Britt Bonneau...............................1992 72 ......Baine Brooks ................................1987 72 ......Jim Richardson .............................1986 Career: 1. 209 ....Chris Ebright............................1987-89 2. 205 ....Brian Shackelford ....................1995-98 3. 198 ....Terry Bogener..........................1975-78 4. 193 ....Casey Bookout.........................1996-99 5. 190 ....Kevin Pearson..........................1983-86 6. 185 ....Keith Drumright ......................1973-76 7. 184 ....Rich Hills .................................1992-95 8. 181 ....Rick Park .................................1997-00 9. 178 ....Mark Cole ................................1987-89 10. 171 ....Javier Flores ............................1994-97

HOME RUNS Game: 3 - nine players; most recently: Chris Haggard at Iowa State (May 12, 2000) One day: 5 - by two players; most recently: C. Ebright vs. Oklahoma City & Mankato St. (1987) At-bats: 3 - two players; most recently: Chris Haggard at Iowa State (2000) 

Career: Ca 1. 60 ......Casey Bookout.........................1996-99 2. 55 ......Brian Shackelford ....................1995-98 3. 51 ......Rick Park .................................1997-00 4. 48 ......John Russell ............................1980-82 5. 45 ......Chris Ebright............................1987-89 6. 43 ......Kevin Pearson..........................1983-86 7. 39 ......Jeff Kaye..................................1982-85 8. 39 ......Damon Minor ..........................1993-96 9. 31 ......Brian Eldridge .........................1991-92 10. 30 ......Ray Hayward ...........................1980-83 30 ......Ryan Rohlinger........................2004-06

DOUBLES

TRIPLES Game: 2 - 18 players, 19 times; most recently: Danny Black vs. Baylor (May 28, 2010) Season: 1. 12 ......Chip Glass.....................................1993 2. 10 ......Tommy Whiteman........................2000 3. 9 ........Chip Glass.....................................1994 4. 8 ........Baine Brooks ................................1987 8 ........Corey Hart ....................................1997 8 ........Dale Mitchell................................1942 7. 7 ........Baine Brooks ................................1986 7 ........Keith Drumright...........................1976 7 ........Willy Hill.......................................1997 7 ........Derek Wathan ..............................1997 7 ........Derrick White ...............................1991 Career: 1. 21 ......Chip Glass................................1993-94 2. 18 ......Terry Bogener..........................1975-78 3. 17 ......Chris Ebright............................1987-89 4. 16 ......Willy Hill..................................1995-98 5. 15 ......Baine Brooks ...........................1986-87 15 ......Bill Severns .............................1972-75 7. 14 ......Keith Drumright......................1973-76 14 ......Byron Mathews.......................1990-92 9. 13 ......Jim Richardson........................1985-86

Game: 4 - Marty Neff vs. South Dakota St. (March 23,1991) - Italics indicates current Sooner Season: 1. 28 ......Rich Hills ......................................1994 2. 27 ......Javier Flores .................................1997 27 ......Brian Shackelford .........................1997 4. 25 ......Greg Dobbs ..................................2001 5. 24 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1987 24 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1986 7. 23 ......Matt Anderson .............................1988 23 ......Andre Champagne .......................1990 23 ......Mark Cole .....................................1989 10. 22 ......Chris Ebright.................................1987 22 ......Robert Lavender...........................1987 22 ......Marty Neff....................................1991 Career: 1. 67 ......Brian Shackelford ...................1995-98 2. 65 ......Rich Hills ................................1992-95 3. 59 ......Javier Flores ............................1994-97 4. 57 ......Casey Bookout ........................1996-99 5. 55 ......Rick Park .................................1997-00 6. 53 ......Chris Ebright ...........................1987-89 7. 51 ......Terry Bogener .........................1975-78 51 ......Mark Cole ...............................1987-89 9. 49 ......Willy Hill .................................1995-98 10. 48 ......Kevin Burdick .........................1986-87 48 ......Kevin Pearson .........................1983-86

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EXTRA-BASE HITS Season: 1. 47 ......Marty Neff....................................1991 2. 45 ......Chris Ebright ................................1987 3. 44 ......Brian Shackelford.........................1997 4. 43 ......Brian Shackelford.........................1998 5. 40 ......Chris Ebright.................................1988 40 ......Brian Eldridge ..............................1992 7. 38 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1986 38 ......Javier Flores .................................1997 38 ......Casey Bookout..............................1998 10. 37 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1987 37 ......Greg Dobbs ..................................2001 Career: 1. 132 ....Brian Shackelford....................1995-98 2. 120 ....Chris Ebright............................1987-89 3. 119 ....Casey Bookout.........................1996-99 4. 110 ....Rick Park .................................1997-00 5. 97 ......Kevin Pearson..........................1983-86 6. 95 ......Rich Hills .................................1992-95 7. 90 ......Damon Minor..........................1993-96 8. 84 ......Javier Flores ............................1994-97 9. 82 ......John Russell ............................1980-82 10. 77 ......Aaron Baker ............................2007-09

BASE ON BALLS

CONSECUTIVE GAMES HIT SAFELY

Season: 1. 68 ......Terry Bogener...............................1976 2. 59 ......Wayne Pechek..............................1976 3. 57 ......Baine Brooks ................................1987 57 ......Jesse Zepeda ................................1996 5. 56 ......Mike Umfleet ...............................1975 6. 55 ......Britt Bonneau...............................1992 7. 53 ......Chris Ebright.................................1989 8. 52 ......Greg Stitzinger.............................1976 52 ......Darvin Traylor...............................1994

Season: 1. 27 ......Marty Neff....................................1991 2. 25 ......Derek Wathan .........................1997-98 3. 22 ......Aaron Baker .................................2007 4. 21 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1986 21 ......Zach Lekse....................................2000 6. 19 ......Brent Bohrofen.............................1990 19 ......Darron Cox....................................1987 19 ......Tommy Whiteman........................2000 9. 18 ......Kevin Burdick ...............................1987 18 ......Willy Hill.......................................1996 18 ......Byron Mathews ............................1990 18 ......Casey Bookout..............................1998 18 ......Greg Dobbs ..................................2001

Career: 1. 145 ....Terry Bogener..........................1975-78 2. 139 ....Damon Minor..........................1993-96 3. 136 ....Casey Bookout.........................1996-99 136 ....Jeff Kaye..................................1982-85 5. 135 ....Chris Ebright............................1987-89 6. 128 ....Mike Umfleet ..........................1973-75 7. 106 ....Bill Severns .............................1972-75 8. 105 ....Kenny King..............................1971-74



Aaron Baker hit in 22 straight games as a freshman in 2007, a Sooner freshman record and the longest streak since 1998.

STOLEN BASES Game: 5 -Derek Wathan vs.Kansas (March 24, 1996) Consecutive Stolen Bases: 1. 30 ......Rick Gutierrez ..........................1993-94 2. 26 ......Todd Butler...................................1988 3. 21 ......Stan Lawrence..............................1974

Stolen Bases - Season: 1. 46 ......Todd Butler...................................1988 2. 43 ......Kevin Castleberry .........................1989 3. 42 ......Terry Bogener...............................1976 4. 38 ......Baine Brooks ................................1986 38 ......Aric Thomas..................................1995 6. 37 ......Reggie Willits ...............................2003 7. 36 ......Baine Brooks ................................1987 8. 34 ......Keith Drumright ...........................1976 9. 33 ......Terry Bogener...............................1975 10. 32 ......Joe Simpson .................................1973 32 ......Rick Gutierrez ...............................1994 Stolen Bases - Career: 1. 116 ....Terry Bogener..........................1975-78 2. 92 ......Keith Drumright ......................1973-76 3. 74 ......Baine Brooks ...........................1986-87 74 ......Byron Mathews .......................1990-92 5. 70 ......Bill Severns .............................1972-75 6. 61 ......Aric Thomas.............................1994-95 7. 60 ......Kevin Castleberry ....................1987-88 8. 58 ......Derek Wathan .........................1996-98 9. 57 ......Willy Hill..................................1995-98 10. 54 ......Mark Cole ................................1987-89 54 ......Rick Gutierrez ..........................1993-94 54 ......Wayne Pechek .........................1974-76 54 ......Reggie Willits ..........................2002-03

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Bob Shirley (1973-75) won more games (31) than any other Sooner in his career.

Appearances - Career: 1. 96 ......Jarod McAuliff ........................ 2002-04 2. 83 ......Evan Greusel........................... 1999-02 3. 80 ......Daniel McCutchen ...................2004-06 4. 79 ......Mark Roberts ......................... 2001-04 5. 78 ......Rocky Cherry .......................... 1999-02 6. 73 ......Ryan Duke .............................. 2008-10 7. 72 ......Austin Mix .............................. 2000-03 8. 70 ......Michael Bradbury ....................1999-02 9. 68 ......Casey Mendenhall .................. 1990-92 10. 67 ......Matt Ruebel ........................... 1989-91 11. 65 ......Kevin King .............................. 1988-90 65 ......Ryan Mottern ..........................2004-08 65 ......Jeremy Erben ......................... 2008-10

STRIKEOUTS

WINS

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

Season: 1. 15 ......Mark Redman ............................. 1995 2. 14 ......Steve Peters ................................ 1985 14 ......Mark Redman ............................. 1994 4. 13 ......Geoff Geary ................................. 1998 13 ......Bob Shirley .................................. 1975 6. 12 ......Marty Kunkler ............................. 1978 12 ......Mark Nipp ................................... 1977 12 ......Jackson Todd ............................... 1972 9. 11 ......Scott Hamilton ............................ 1986 11 ......Marty Kunkler ............................. 1975 11 ......Steven Guerra ..............................2006 11 ......Casey Mendenhall ....................... 1992 11 ......Bob Shirley .................................. 1974

Season: 1. 0.72 ...Mark Nipp ................................... 1977 2. 0.93 ...Mickey Lashley .............................1974 3. 1.06 ...Dick Brown .................................. 1969 1.06 ...Glenn Cannon.............................. 1931 5. 1.19 ...Kim Cook ..................................... 1972 6. 1.20 ...Eddie Fisher................................. 1957 7. 1.28 ...Ken Palmer.................................. 1975 8. 1.31 ...Stan Meek ................................... 1974

Career: 1. 31 ......Bob Shirley ............................. 1973-75 2. 29 ......Mark Redman ........................ 1994-95 3. 26 ......Ray Hayward .......................... 1980-83 4. 25 ......Scott Gardner ......................... 1977-80 25 ......Marty Kunkler ........................ 1974-76 25 ......Jackson Todd .......................... 1971-73 7. 24 ......Mark Roberts ......................... 2001-04 8. 23 ......Rocky Cherry .......................... 1999-02 23 ......Alex Kager .............................. 1976-79 23 ......Marty Kunkler ........................ 1974-76 23 ......Casey Mendenhall .................. 1990-92



Career (Min. 2 years): 1. 1.15 ...Mark Nipp .............................. 1977-78 2. 1.50 ...Jackson Todd .......................... 1971-73 3. 1.99 ...Kim Cook ................................ 1969-72 4. 2.01 ...Breen Newcomer.....................1974-75 5. 2.02 ...Stan Meek .............................. 1972-74 6. 2.13 ...Eddie Fisher............................ 1956-58

APPEARANCES Season: 1. 37 ......Jarod McAuliff ............................. 2004 2. 36 ......Will Savage ..................................2005 36 ......Jeff Bajenaru ............................... 2000 36 ......Bucky Buckles ............................. 1994 5. 35 ......Jarod McAuliff ............................. 2003 35 ......Daniel McCutchen ....................... 2004 6. 34 ......John Brownell ..............................2006 34 ......Jeremy Erben ...............................2010 7. 32 ......Geoff Geary ................................. 1997 8. 31 ......Rocky Cherry ............................... 2000 31 ......Jake McCarter...............................2008 9. 28 ......Marvin Cobb................................ 1989 28 ......Matt Ruebel ................................ 1989

Game: 20 - Jerry Haddock (vs. Kansas State) (11 inns.) April 12,1963 17 - Hal Cumberland (vs. KSU) (9 inns.) 1941 17 - Bobby Witt (vs. Texas) (9 inns.) March 25, 1985 15 -Jared Hoerman (vs. OCU) (9 inns.) Feb. 13, 1999 15 - Jackson Todd (vs. LSU) (7 inns.) March 23, 1972 Season: 1. 158 ....Mark Redman ............................. 1995 2. 147 ....Daniel McCutchen ........................2006 3. 142 ....Geoff Geary ................................. 1998 4. 136 ....Mark Redman ............................. 1994 5. 134 ....Mark Roberts .............................. 2004 6. 130 ....David Purcey ............................... 2004 7. 129 ....Jack Armstrong ........................... 1987 8. 126 ....Bob Shirley .................................. 1975 9. 125 ....Ray Hayward ............................... 1983 10. 121 ....Marty Kunkler ............................. 1976 Career: 1. 338 ....Mark Roberts ......................... 2001-04 2. 294 ....Mark Redman ........................ 1994-95 294 ....Austin Mix .............................. 2000-03 4. 293 ....Ray Hayward .......................... 1980-83 5. 291 ....Daniel McCutchen ...................2004-06 6. 281 ....David Purcey .......................... 2002-04 7. 271 ....Bob Shirley ............................. 1973-75 8. 266 ....Matt Ruebel ........................... 1989-91 9. 263 ....Jackson Todd .......................... 1971-73 10. 237 ....Evan Greusel........................... 1999-02

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INNINGS PITCHED

COMPLETE GAMES

Season: 1. 20 ......Jeff Bajenaru ............................... 2000 2. 16 ......Ryan Duke .................................... 2009 3. 14 ......Bucky Buckles ............................. 1994 4. 12 ......Ryan Duke ................................... 2010 5. 10 ......Will Savage ..................................2006 6. 9 ........Jarod McAuliff ............................. 2003 9 ........Jake McCarter...............................2008 9 ........Garrett Richards ...........................2007 7. 8 ........Jeff Bajenaru ............................... 1999 8 ........Geoff Geary ................................. 1997 8. 7 ........Scott Girod .................................. 1990 7 ........Matt Ruebel ................................ 1989 9. 6 ........Chris Burgin................................. 1988 6 ........David Johnson ............................. 1985 6 ........David Purcey ............................... 2002 6 ........Jarod McAuliff ............................. 2004 6 ........Will Savage ..................................2005

Season: 1. 148.2...Daniel McCutchen .......................2006 2. 141.2 .Mark Redman ............................. 1995 3. 135.1 .Mark Redman ............................. 1994 3. 132.2 .Casey Mendenhall ....................... 1992 4. 130 ....Gary Brackeen ............................. 1976 5. 129 ....Bob Shirley .................................. 1975 6. 127 ....Jared Hoerman............................ 1999 7. 124.1 .Jackson Todd ............................... 1973 8. 123.1 .Geoff Geary ................................. 1998 9. 121.1 .Mark Roberts .............................. 2004 10. 119 ....Marty Kunkler ............................. 1976

Season: 1. 13 ......Jackson Todd ............................... 1973 13 ......Jackson Todd ............................... 1972 3. 11 ......Ray Hayward ............................... 1983 4. 10 ......Ray Hayward ............................... 1980 10 ......Gary Weese ................................. 1971 5 . 9 ........Stan Meek ................................... 1974 9 ........Larry Patterson............................ 1967 9 ........Mike Santiago ............................. 1984 9 ........Gary Weese ................................. 1972

Career: 1. 28 ......Jeff Bajenaru .......................... 1999-00 28 ......Ryan Duke .............................. 2008-10 2. 17 ......Jarod McAuliff ........................ 2002-04 3. 16 ......Will Savage .............................2005-06 4. 14 ......Bucky Buckles ............................. 1994 5. 9 ........Scott Dean.............................. 1981-82 9 ........Jake McCarter...............................2008 9 ........Garrett Richards ..................2007-2009 6. 8 ........Geoff Geary ............................ 1997-98 8 ........ Daniel McCutchen ..................2004-06 7. 7 ........George Frazier ........................ 1975-76 7 ........Matt Ruebel ........................... 1989-90 7 ........Scott Girod .................................. 1990 7 ........Scott Moore............................ 1991-92

Career: 1. 365.2 .Mark Roberts ......................... 2001-04 2. 320.2 .Austin Mix .............................. 2000-03 3. 319 ....Scott Gardner ......................... 1977-78 4. 292 ....Casey Mendenhall ...................1990-92 5. 289.2 .Daniel McCutchen ...................2004-06 6. 286 ....Bob Shirley ............................. 1973-75 7. 277 ....Kevin King .............................. 1988-90 277 ....Mark Redman ........................ 1994-95 9. 276.1 .Evan Greusel........................... 1999-02 10. 275 ....Ray Hayward .......................... 1980-83

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Career: 1. 30 ......Ray Hayward .......................... 1980-83 2. 29 ......Jackson Todd .......................... 1971-73 3. 24 ......Joe Cox ................................... 1964-66 4. 22 ......Rusty Disbro ........................... 1966-68 22 ......Scott Gardner ......................... 1977-80 6. 19 ......Gary Weese ............................ 1971-72 7. 17 ......Stan Meek .............................. 1972-74

NO-HITTERS Season: Tommy Jones vs. Missouri........................... (1959) Ronnie Hall vs. Missouri ................ (April 26,1968) Dick Brown vs. Colorado Western .(March 27,1969) Jackson Todd vs. Kansas................ (April 28,1972) David Brooks vs. Southwestern....(March 15,1980) Jim Husling vs. Old Dominion ........ (May 13,1989) Team vs. UAPB* ............................ (March 9, 2005) * Combined no-hitter thrown by: Kevin Duke, John Brownell, Daniel McCutchen, Ryan Mottern, Will Savage and P.J. Sandoval.

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Jack Shirley was an All-American during OU’s 1951 National Championship season.

1951 Jack Shirley (P) ............................... Second Team%

1976 Kelly Snider (1B) ..................................... First Team Keith Drumright (2B) ...................... Second Team%

1991 Marty Neff (OF) ................................ Second Team* Third Team%

1952 Gene Sheets (2B)............................ Second Team%

1977 Mark Nipp (P) ................................. Second Team%

1992 Brian Eldridge (2B) .......................... First Team%*&

1953 Gene Sheets (2B) .................................First Team%

1978 Mark Nipp (P) .................................... Second Team

1993 Greg Norton (3B) .............................. Second Team# Rich Hills (SS) ................................... Second Team#

1963 Eddy Peach (OF) ..................................Third Team%

1979 Nick Capra (2B) ....................................... First Team

1972 Bobby Jack (2B) ...................................First Team% Jackson Todd (P) .................................Third Team%

1981 Ray Hayward (P/1B) .............................. Third Team

ALL-AMERICANS

1973 Mike Umfleet (2B) .......................... Second Team% Joe Simpson (OF) ................................Third Team% Jackson Todd (P) .................................Third Team% 1974 Keith Drumright (2B) ...................... Second Team% Kenny King (DH) ............................. Second Team% Stan Meek (P) ........................................Third Team 1975 Bob Shirley (P) ......................................Third Team Honorable Mention% Bill Severns (OF) .................................Third Team% Mike Umfleet (2B) ......................... Hon. Mention% 

1983 Ray Hayward (P) .................................... First Team 1985 Bobby Witt (P)........................................ First Team Steve Peters (P) ............................. Second Team%* 1986 Kevin Burdick .............................. First Team (DH)% Second Team (2B)* Kevin Pearson (SS) .................................Third Team

1994 Rick Gutierrez (2B) ................................. First Team Rich Hills (SS) ..................................... Second Team 1995 Mark Redman (P) ............................... First Team&# Javier Flores (C) .................................... First Team# Second Team& Rich Hills (SS) ................................... Second Team# 1996 Javier Flores (C) ................................ Second Team# Damon Minor (1B) ................. Honorable Mention#

1987 Chris Ebright (OF) ............................. Second Team*

1997 Javier Flores (C) ................................... First Team+ Second Team# Third Team&% Brian Shackelford (UTL)........................Third Team#

1988 Todd Butler (OF) ................................. Third Team%

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ALL-AMERICANS 1998 Casey Bookout (1B) ......................... Third Team#&* Geoff Geary (P).................................... Third Team# Derek Wathan (SS) ............................ Third Team#& 1999 Casey Bookout (1B) ............................ Second Team 2000 Jeff Bajenaru ............................ First Team(UTL)#% Second Team (UTL)^+ Third Team (RP)& Third Team (UTL)* 2001 Greg Dobbs .............................. Second Team (OF)& Second Team (UTL)*% Second Team (1B)# 2009 J.T. Wise (C)............................................ First Team# Second Team*&% Jamie Johnson (OF) ............................Third Team % Ryan Duke (P)........................................Third Team # 2010 Garrett Buechele ................................Second Team* Third Team%

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS 1997 Rick Park ...................................... First Team (DH)* First Team (UTL)& 2000 Austin Mix (P) .................................... First Team*& 2002 Matt Bose (3B) ..................................... First Team& David Purcey (P) ................................... First Team& 2005 Kody Kaiser (OF) ................................Second Team* 2007 Aaron Baker (1B) ................................... First Team* 2009 Garrett Buechele (3B) ............................. First Team& 2010 Max White (OF) .................................. First Team*&# KEY % - American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) * - Baseball America & - Collegiate Baseball # - National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Assoc. (NCBWA) ^ - Baseball Weekly; + - Sporting News



Closer Ryan Duke was one of three All-Americans in 2009. He became OU’s all-time leader in saves with 28 at the 2010 College World Series.

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2009 MARKS MONUMENTAL SEASON The 2009 season was one for the record books as the Sooners nearly captured their 27th conference crown and was awarded their ďŹ rst national seed in the NCAA Tournament. OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s individual performances did not go unnoticed as senior J.T. Wise (right) collected several accolades, including the Johnny Bench Award, given to the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top catcher. Wise became OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst recipient of the award and just the second in the history of the Big 12 Conference. In addition, Wise was named OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third conference player of the year and ďŹ rst since 1994.

In 2009, J.T. Wise became OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first Johnny Bench Award winner (top catcher) and the second in the Big 12.

Wise was joined on the awardsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; stand by Garrett Buechele, who collected the Big 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Freshman of the Year honor.

JOHNNY BENCH AWARD 2009 J.T. Wise.................................Nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Top Catcher

BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 J.T. Wise.................................................... Catcher

BIG 12 NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2001 Greg Dobbs ................................................ Utility 2004 Ole Sheldon...........................................First Base

BIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2009 Garrett Buechele ........................... Third Baseman

BIG EIGHT PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1989 Darron Cox................................................ Catcher 1994 Rick Gutierrez................................... Second Base

BIG EIGHT NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1994 Mark Redman ...........................................Pitcher

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1952 Gene Sheets (2B) 1953 Gene Sheets (2B) 1956 Joe Mobra (P) Joe Snyder (2B) 1959 Don Nipp (C) 1963 Eddy Peach (OF) 1968 Dick Turner (OF) 1969 Scott Harrington (2B) Mike Swenton (OF) 1972 Bobby Jack (1B) Joe Simpson (OF) Jackson Todd (P) Gary Weese (P) 1973 Lanny Phillips (OF) Joe Simpson (OF) Jackson Todd (P) Mike Umfleet (2B)

1974 Keith Drumright (2B) Kenny King (OF) Stan Meek (P) Mike Umfleet (3B) 1975 Jacky Parish (C) Bill Severns (OF) Bob Shirley (P) Mike Umfleet (3B) 1976 Mike Cunico (SS) Keith Drumright (2B) Gary Krug (DH) Marty Kunkler (P) Wayne Pechek (OF) Kelly Snider (1B) 1977 Mike Cunico (SS) Gary Krug (1B) Mark Nipp (P) Gary Thweatt (OF) 1979 Nick Capra (2B) Dickie Sewell (1B) Ron Weaver (C) 1981 Ray Hayward (P/1B) 1983 Ray Hayward (P/1B)

1984 Rusty McGinnis (1B) Bobby Witt (P)

1996 Javier Flores (C), Second Team Bobby Brown (OF), Second Team

1985 Steve Peters (P)

1999 Casey Bookout (1B) Bobby Walters (OF)

1987 Jack Armstrong (P) Baine Brooks (OF) 1988 Todd Butler (OF) Chris Ebright (OF) 1989 Darron Cox (C) Chris Ebright (OF) Kevin King (P) 1990 Marty Neff (OF)

2000 Jeff Bajenaru (OF & RP), First Team 2001 Greg Dobbs (OF), First Team 2002 Jason Fransz (OF), First Team 2003 Eddie Cornejo (2B), First Team 2006 Ryan Rohlinger (3B), Second Team Chuckie Caufield (OF), Second Team

1992 Brian Eldridge (2B) Casey Mendenhall (SP)

2007 Aaron Reza (SS), Second Team

1994 Rick Gutierrez (2B) Rich Hills (SS) Mark Redman (P)

2009 Jamie Johnson (OF), First Team J.T. Wise (C), First Team Ryan Duke (RHP), Second Team

1995 Javier Flores (C) Mark Redman (P)

2010 Garrett Buechele (3B), First Team

  CHUCKIE CAUFIELD (OF) Chuckie Caufield hit .351 with 50 RBI and 19 stolen bases in 2006 en route to collecting All-District honors.



 EDDIE PEACH (OF) One of OU’s first All-American, Eddie Peach was All-District in 1963 after leading OU with a .370 batting average.



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ALL-BIG SEVEN 1958 First Team Eddie Fisher (P) Dennis Price (2B)

ALL-BIG EIGHT 1959 First Team Brewster Hobby (OF) Don Nipp (C) 1960 First Team George Kernek (1B) Don Nipp (C) 1961 First Team George Kernek (1B) 1963 First Team Dale Mitchell (OF) 1964 First Team Jann Christian (SS) John Kern (1B) Dale Mitchell (OF) Second Team Keith Shean (2B) Tommy Lindsey (3B) Carl Morton (OF/P) 1965 First Team Carl Schreiner (OF) Second Team Denny Hopkins (OF) 1966 First Team Jay Cronley (2B) 1967 First Team Gary Harper (2B) Tom Maxwell (3B) Ralph Rickey (OF) 1968 First Team Gary Brooks (C) Dick Turner (OF) 1969 First Team Chris Rickey (3B) Mike Swenton (OF)



1970 First Team Scott Harrington (2B) Bobby Jack (1B) Mike Swenton (OF) Second Team Glen Castle (SS) David Weaver (P) 1971 First Team Glen Castle (SS) Bobby Jack (1B) Mike Swenton (OF) Gary Weese (P) Second Team Randy Feezell (3B) Jackson Todd (P) 1972 First Team Bobby Jack (1B) Joe Simpson (OF) Jackson Todd (P) Bill Severns (OF) 1973 First Team Joe Simpson (OF) Jackson Todd (P) Mike Umfleet (3B) 1974 First Team Keith Drumright (2B) Kenny King (OF) Stan Lawrence (DH) Stan Meek (P) Mike Umfleet (3B) Second Team Jacky Parish (C) Kelly Snider (1B) Bill Severns (OF) 1975 First Team Jacky Parish (C) Bill Severns (OF) Bob Shirley (P) Mike Umfleet (3B) Second Team Kelly Snider (1B) Keith Drumright (2B) Breen Newcomer (P) 1976 First Team Terry Bogener (OF) Keith Drumright (2B) Gary Krug (DH) Kelly Snider (1B)

1976 Second Team Roger LaFrancois (C) Greg Stitzinger (3B) Gary Thweatt (OF) Marty Kunkler (P) Honorable Mention Wayne Pechek (OF) Gary Brackeen Mike Cunico 1977 First Team Gary Krug (1B) Roger LaFrancois (C) Mark Nipp (P) Gary Thweatt (OF) Second Team Mike Cunico (SS) Terry Bogener (OF) Mickey Hatcher (OF) Honorable Mention Art Toal 1978 First Team Terry Bogener (OF) Mark Nipp (P) Second Team David Luethy (2B) David Harrigan (3B) Art Toal (SS) Scott Gardner (P) 1979 First Team Nick Capra (2B) David Luethy (SS) Bryan Stafford (OF) Tommy Thompson (3B) Second Team Phil Barringer (DH) 1980 First Team Robb Glendening (2B) Frank Meraz (OF) Second Team Ron Weaver (C) Bryan Stafford (OF) 1981 First Team Ray Hayward (P/1B) John Russell (OF) Second Team Greg Carlton (2B) Gary Springer (SS) Mike Empting (C) Frank Meraz (OF)

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1982 First Team Kevin Bates (2B) John Russell (OF) Second Team Gary Springer (SS) 1983 First Team Ray Hayward (P/DH) Ron Leon (OF) Jay Searcy (3B) Paul Williams (OF) Second Team Foster Mullen (OF) Darrell Rodgers (P) 1984 First Team Ron Leon (OF) Rusty McGinnis (1B) Bobby Witt (P) Honorable Mention Jeff Hughes (2B) Jeff Kaye (C) Kevin Pearson (SS) Steve Peters (P) Mike Santiago (P) Jay Searcy (3B) Paul Williams (OF) 1985 First Team Rusty McGinnis (1B) Steve Peters (P) John Toal (2B) Bobby Witt (P) Honorable Mention Jeff Kaye (C) Jim Richardson (3B) 1986 First Team Kevin Burdick (UTL) Scott Hamilton (P) Kevin Pearson (SS) Second Team Baine Brooks (OF) Honorable Mention John Toal (2B) Jim Richardson (3B) 1987 First Team Jack Armstrong (P) Baine Brooks (OF) Kevin Burdick (2B) Chris Ebright (OF) Honorable Mention Darron Cox (C) Chris Howard (DH)

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1988 First Team Chris Ebright (OF) Second Team Mark Cole (UTIL) Jim Huslig (SP) Kevin King (RP) Honorable Mention Matt Anderson (DH) Darron Cox (C) Todd Butler (OF)

1995 First Team Javier Flores (C) Rich Hills (SS) Mark Redman (P) Aric Thomas (OF)

1989 First Team Mark Cole (SS) Darron Cox (C)* Chris Ebright (OF) Kevin King (P) Second Team Kevin Castleberry (INF) Jim Huslig (P) John Douglas (OF) Honorable Mention Paul Oster (OF) Matt Ruebel (P)

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1990 First Team Scott Campbell (OF/3B) 1991 First Team Brian Eldridge (2B) Scott Moore (P) Marty Neff (OF) 1992 First Team Brian Eldridge (2B) Jason Evans (DH) Zak Krislock (P) Casey Mendenhall (P) Second Team Clifton Foster (P) Byron Mathews (OF) 1993 First Team Rick Gutierrez (2B) Rich Hills (SS) 1994 First Team Bucky Buckles (P) Rick Gutierrez (2B) Rich Hills (SS) Mark Redman (P) Darvin Traylor (OF) Honorable Mention Kevin Lovingier (P)



1996 First Team Bobby Brown (OF) Javier Flores (C)

1997 First Team Casey Bookout (DH) Javier Flores (C) Geoff Geary (RP) Second Team Jeff Andra (SP) Honorable Mention Brian Shackelford (UTL) Derek Wathan (SS) 1998 First Team Casey Bookout (DH) Geoff Geary (SP) Corey Hart (INF) Willy Hill (OF) Derek Wathan (SS) Second Team Jose Montenegro (3B) Kevin Olsen (P) Honorable Mention Rick Park (DH) 1999 First Team Casey Bookout (DH) Second Team Jeff Bajenaru (P) Jared Hoerman (P) Zach Lekse (SS) Rick Park (DH) Bobby Walters (OF) 2000 First Team Jeff Bajenaru (OF) Jason Bartlett (3B) Second Team Jeff Bajenaru (RP) Austin Mix (SP) Rick Park (1B) Tommy Whiteman (SS) Honorable Mention Zach Lekse (2B)

2001 First Team Greg Dobbs (OF) Honorable Mention Jason Bartlett (3B) Rocky Cherry (SP) Sergio Garcia (SS) Jerome Godsey (CF) 2002 First Team Jason Fransz (OF) Honorable Mention Eddie Cornejo (2B) David Purcey (RP) Ryan Richardson (C) Freshman All-Big 12 Matt Bose (3B) Jarod McAuliff (RP) David Purcey (SP) 2003 First Team Eddie Cornejo (2B) Second Team Jarod McAuliff (RP) Reggie Willits (OF) Honorable Mention Casey Brown (RP) 2004 First Team Jarod McAuliff (RP) Russell Raley (2B) Second Team David Purcey (SP) Mark Roberts (SP) Ole Sheldon (1B) Eric Thornton (DH) Honorable Mention Daniel McCutchen (RP) Ryan Rohlinger (SS) 2005 Second Team Garrett Patterson Russell Raley Ryan Rohlinger Honorable Mention Kody Kaiser Daniel McCutchen Will Savage Kevin Smith Eric Thornton

2006 Second Team Chuckie Caulfield Steven Guerra Danield McCutchen Russell Raley Aaron Reza Ryan Rohlinger Kevin Smith Honorable Mention Jackson Williams 2007 Second Team Stephen Porlier Jackson Williams Honorable Mention Joseph Hughes Aaron Ivey Joe Dunigan Aaron Reza Heath Taylor Aaron Baker 2008 Second Team Aljay Davis Honorable Mention Mike Gosse Jamie Johnson 2009 First Team Bryant Hernandez Jamie Johnson J.T. Wise Second Team Aaron Baker Garrett Buechele Andrew Doyle Ryan Duke 2010 First Team Garrett Buechele Second Team Jack Mayfield Zach Neal Honorable Mention Ross Hubbard Cameron Seitzer Max White

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Mark Redman was a five-time conference player of the week honoree at OU, a program best.

2007 March 5 .........................................Aaron Reza-Co 2009 March 23 ................................................. J.T. Wise April 27 ................................... Bryant Hernandez 2010 May 3 ................................................Danny Black May 24 ....................................... Garrett Buechele

BIG EIGHT PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1997 April 14 ............................................. Kevin Olsen

BIG EIGHT PLAYER OF THE WEEK

BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK

1991 April 2 .................................................Marty Neff April 9 .................................................Marty Neff April 30 ...............................................Marty Neff

1997 April 21 ............................................ Javier Flores

1998 April 13 ............................................. Geoff Geary May 10 ........................................ Jared Hoerman

1998 February 9 .................................... Casey Bookout March 2 .................................... Jose Montenegro

2002 April 22 ........................................... David Purcey May 6 ............................................. Mark Roberts

1999 May 10 ................................... Tommy Whiteman May 17 ......................................... Casey Bookout

2004 February 9 .................................. David Purcey-Co March 22 ................................. Jarod McAuliff-Co May 17 ...................................... Mark Roberts-Co

1992 March 30 ........................................Brian Eldridge April 13 ............................................Brian Eldrige May 11 ..............................................Greg Norton 1994 April 11 .......................................... Rick Gutierrez May 16 ...................................................Rich Hills 1996 May 6 ..............................................Bobby Brown

BIG EIGHT PITCHER OF THE WEEK 1991 April 2 ...............................................Matt Ruebel 1993 April 6 ......................................... Kevin Lovingier April 20 ........................................ Steve Connelly May 9 ................................................ Ryan Minor 1994 April 18 ......................................... Mark Redman May 9 ............................................ Bucky Buckles May 16 .......................................... Mark Redman 1995 March 27 ....................................... Mark Redman April 3 ........................................... Mark Redman May 1 ............................................ Mark Redman May 8 ............................................ Mark Redman 1996 April 30 ............................................ Toby Wilmot 

2000 April 3 ................................................... Rick Park April 24 ................................................. Rick Park 2001 February 6 ................................... Jerome Godsey April 9 ............................................... Greg Dobbs May 7 ............................................ Charlie Frasier 2002 March 11 ......................................... Jason Fransz May 20 ............................................ Jason Fransz 2003 March 11 ......................................... Jay Yaconetti May 6 ....................................... Eddie Cornejo-Co 2004 March 29 ..................................... Ole Sheldon-Co May 3 ............................................. Eric Thornton May 10 ........................................ Ole Sheldon-Co

2005 March 29 ...................................Steven Guerra-Co May 9 ........................................... Will Savage-Co 2006 Feb. 21 .......................................... Joseph Hughes March 7 ....................................Daniel McCutchen May 22 .....................................Daniel McCutchen 2007 March 5 ............................................ Heath Taylor April 17 ...................................Stephen Porlier-Co 2008 March 3 ..........................................Michael Rocha 2009 March 9 ................................................Ryan Duke April 27 .......................................Chase Anderson

2005 May 23 .........................................Ryan Rohlinger

2010 March 8 ...........................................Jeremy Erben May 10 ............................................ Jack MayďŹ eld

2006 February 21 .................................. Joseph Hughes

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BIG EIGHT ALL-TOURNEY 1976 Keith Drumright (2B) Greg Stitzinger (3B) Roger LaFrancois (C) Ken Palmer (P) 1977 Greg Krug (1B) Art Toal (2B) Mike Cunico (SS) Tommy Thompson (3B) Gary Thweatt (LF) Terry Bogener (DH) Roger LaFrancois (C) Mark Nipp (P) - Most Valuable Player 1978 Don Morris (RF) Mark Nipp (P) 1979 Nick Capra (2B) - Most Valuable Player David Luethy (SS) Donnie Graham (OF) Josh Randall (P) Tom Kohl (P) 1982 Greg Carlton (3B) John Russell (OF) Darrell Rodgers (P) 1983 Ron Leon (OF) Ray Hayward (SP) Pete Zeegers (RP) 1984 Rusty McGinnis (1B) Jay Searcy (3B) Ron Leon (OF) John Toal (DH) Keith Hamilton (SP) 1985 Rusty McGinnis (1B) Jim Richardson (3B) Andy Franks (OF) Keith Hamilton (SP) Steve Peters (SP) 1986 John Toal (2B) Tony Gwinn (C) Chris Stull (OF) Scott Hamilton (SP) 1987 Kevin Burdick (SS) Chris Ebright (OF) Baine Brooks (OF) Jack Armstrong (SP) Mike Hensley (SP)

1988 Mark Cole (SS) Chris Ebright (OF) Todd Butler (OF) Matt Anderson (DH) Chris Burgin (RP) 1989 Mark Cole (SS)

2002 Jason Fransz (OF) Mark Roberts (P)

2005 (Oxford) Chuckie Caufield (OF) Kody Kaiser (OF) Ryan Rohlinger (3B)

2007 Joseph Hughes (OF/P) Aaron Reza (3B)

2006 (Norman) Chuckie Caufield (OF) Steven Guerra (P) Joseph Hughes (OF) Russell Raley (2B) Ryan Rohlinger (3B) - Most Valuable Player Aaron Reza (SS) Kevin Smith (1B)

2008 Andrew Doyle (P)

1991 Derrick White (1B) Brian Eldridge (2B) Matt Ruebel (SP) 1992 Jason Evans (3B) Greg Norton (SS) Scott Marr (OF) Britt Bonneau (OF) Clifton Foster (SP)

2009 Andrew Doyle (P) Jamie Johnson (OF) J.T. Wise (C)

2008 (Tempe) Aaron Baker (1B) Mike Gosse (2B) Aljay Davis (OF)

2010 Garrett Buechele (3B)

NCAA ALL-REGIONAL 1992 (Mideast)

1993 Rich Hills (3B)

Brian Eldridge (2B) Greg Norton (DH) Byron Mathews (OF)

1994 Ryan Minor (1B) Rick Gutierrez (2B) M.J. Mariani (3B) Rich Hills (SS) Chip Glass (OF) Bucky Buckles (RP)

1994 (Central) Javier Flores (C) Ryan Minor (1B) Damon Minor (DH) Mark Redman (P) Darvin Traylor (OF) - MVP

1995 Tristan Paul (3B) 1996 Javier Flores (C) Brian Shackelford (UTIL)

BIG 12 ALL-TOURNEY

2010 (Norman) Danny Black (2B) Garrett Buechele (3B) Cody Reine (OF) Bobby Shore (RHP)

CWS ALL-TOURNAMENT 1973 Bob Shirley (P)

1995 (Midwest II) Ryan Minor (1B) - MVP Jesse Zepeda (2B) Aric Thomas (OF) Damon Minor (DH) Mark Redman (SP)

1975 Terry Bogener (DH) 1992 Byron Matthews (OF)

1998 (Atlantic II) Casey Bookout (1B)

1997 Javier Flores (C) Corey Hart (2B) Derek Wathan (SS) Brian Shackelford (OF) - M.O.P. Jeff Andra (P)

2009 (Norman) Aaron Baker (DH) Jamie Johnson (OF) Garrett Buechele (3B)

2000 (Oklahoma City) Rocky Cherry (P) Sean Murphy (DH)

1994 Ryan Minor (1B) Rick Gutierrez (2B) Darvin Traylor (OF) Chip Glass (OF) - MVP Mark Redman (P)

2004 (Oklahoma City) Andrew McGuire (OF)

1998 Rick Park (DH) 1999 Bobby Walters (OF) Rick Park (DH) 2000 Rick Park (1B) Zach Lekse (2B) 2001 Jason Bartlett (3B) Greg Dobbs (UTIL)

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DEFINING STUDENT-ATHLETE Aaron Ivey (left) was given the most prestigious award bestowed upon any college baseball player in 2007 as ESPN the Magazine and CoSIDA’s Academic All-American of the Year. Ivey was the first in program history to receive the award and the first Sooner to receive the honor since Stacey Dales (women’s basketball) in 2002. Ivey was also the first Sooner in program history to be named an Academic All-American (first or second team) in consecutive seasons.

ALL-AMERICAN OF THE YEAR 2007 Aaron Ivey

ALL-AMERICAN 1972 First Team Bobby Jack 1975 Second Team Bill Severns 1977 Second Team Gary Krug 1982 Second Team Greg Carlton 1988 First Team Matt Anderson 1988 Third Team Chris Ebright 1991 Third Team Matt Ruebel 1997 Third Team Casey Bookout 2006 Second Team Aaron Ivey Ryan Rohlinger 2007 First Team Aaron Ivey 2010 Third Team Elliot Blair



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POSTGRADUATE RECIEPENTS 1982 Big Eight Greg Carlton 1997 NCAA Kevin Burdick

ALL-DISTRICT 1998 First Team Casey Bookout 1999 First Team Casey Bookout 2003 Second Team Reggie Willits 2006 First Team Aaron Ivey Ryan Rohlinger 2007 First Team Aaron Ivey 2010 Third Team Elliot Blair

ALL-BIG EIGHT 1984 First Team Scott Ferguson Rusty McGinnis 1985 First Team Rusty McGinnis Darrell Rodgers Honorable Mention Keith Hamilton 1986 First Team Kevin Burdick 1987 First Team Baine Brooks Kevin Burdick Chris Ebright 1988 First Team Matt Anderson Chris Ebright



1989 First Team Chris Ebright Matt Ruebel

ALL-BIG 12

1990 First Team Matt Ruebel 1991 First Team Matt Ruebel 1992 Honorable Mention Brett Kemohah 1993 First Team Chip Glass Mike Smedes Honorable Mention Derek Glascoe Dustin Hansen 1994 First Team Aric Thomas Honorable Mention Derek Glascoe 1995 First Team Jeff Andra Tristan Paul Toby Wilmot Honorable Mention Derek Glascoe Willy Hill Shawn Snyder 1996 First Team Javier Flores Chad Mead Derek Wathan Toby Wilmot Honorable Mention Jeff Andra Casey Bookout Hunter Covitz Derek Glascoe Dustin Hansen James Reinecker

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1997 First Team Aron Amundson Jeff Andra Nathan Bennett Harold Betts Casey Bookout Hunter Covitz Paul McCurtain Luke McFarland Valentino Pascucci Kendall Prather Jeremy Vidales Honorable Mention Chad Cochell Geoff Geary 1998 First Team Casey Bookout Honorable Mention Paul McCurtain 1999 First Team Casey Bookout Rocky Cherry Hunter Covitz Honorable Mention Chad Cochell Joe Graham Evan Greusel 2000 First Team Rocky Cherry Second Team Jeff Bajenaru 2001 First Team Rocky Cherry Evan Greusel Second Team Austin Coose 2002 First Team Buddy Blair Rocky Cherry Second Team Heith Gadient Evan Greusel 2003 First Team Buddy Blair Matt Bose Greg Kish Reggie Willits

Second Team Luke Alexander Matt Arkison Wayne Baker Eddie Cornejo Austin Mix 2004 First Team Matt Bose Blake Hurlbutt Mike Swindell Second Team David Purcey Mark Roberts 2005 First Team Aaron Ivey Scott Rooker Ryan Rohlinger Second Team Matt Bose 2006 First Team Aaron Ivey Steven Guerra Ryan Rohlinger P.J. Sandoval Second Team Daniel McCutche 2007 First Team Joseph Hughes Aaron Ivey Cory Williamson Second Team Jarod Freeman 2008 First Team Jarod Freeman Second Team Drew Roberts Aaron Baker 2009 First Team C.J. Blue Trey Sperring Second Team Chase Anderson Matt Harughty 2010 Second Team Garrett Buechele Caleb Bushyhead Tyler Ogle J.R. Robinson

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According to university records, the following players earned baseball letters during the years indicated. Corrections and additions are welcome and should be addressed to the Oklahoma Athletics Communications Office. A Aggers, Harry, ................................1934 Alcorn, John Scott, .........................1947 Aldridge, Bart, ................................1923 Alexander, Luke (18)................. 2002, 03 Allison, Carl,.................. 1952, 53, 54, 55 Ambrose, Joe, ................................ 1932 Amend, John W.,................. 1933, 34, 35 Anderson, Matt (4) .................. 1987, 88 Anderson, Chase (9) ................. 2008, 09 Andra, Jeff (48)................... 1995, 96, 97 Andrews, Robert,........................... 1959 Anglin, Gary .................................. 1970 Anglin, Mike (26)..................... 1981, 82 Antonio, James, .................. 1951, 52, 53 Archer, C. W., ....................... 1923, 24, 25 Arkison, Matt (15, 10) .............. 2002, 03 Armstrong, Jack (27) ..................... 1987 Aufricht, Ernest, ............................. 1906 Augustine, Edward (19).. ............... 1983 Austin, Charles (21) ....................... 1962 Avant, Mason (4) ........................... 1947 Avants, Nick (38) ........................... 1962 B Baer, Jack,.......................... 1936, 37, 38 Bagby, Boots (15) ......................... 1965 Bajenaru, Jeff (28) ............... 1999, 2000 Baker, Aaron (15)................ 2007, 08, 09 Baker, Gus, .................................... 1939 Baker, Wayne (35).................... 2002, 03 Baldwin, Mike .............................. 1982 Bannister, Glenn (12)............... 1972, 73 Barefoot, Clifford,.......................... 1909 Barrett, Steve J. (11) ................ 1966, 67 Barringer, Phil (27) .................. 1979, 82 Bartlett, Jason (22, 6)............... 2000, 01 Bass, Maurice,............................... 1919 Bates, Kevin (11) ..................... 1981, 82 Beavers, C., ................................... 1907 Beavers, Eddie,......................... 1937, 38 Beck, Andy, ........................ 1931, 32, 33 Becker, Kenneth R. (3) ........ 1955, 56, 57 Beets,Walter, ................................1929 Beisel, Cecil (34) ...................... 1979, 81 Belcher, Jim (2)........................ 1957, 58 Bell, Dick,...................................... 1931 Bellamy, Rod (19) ......................... 1987 Bennett, Rick (23) .........1989, 90, 91, 92 Benoit, Charles (21) ...................... 2004 Berry, Mike (4) .............................. 1993 Berryman, Carroll,.............. 1938, 39, 40 Betts, Harold (26) .................... 1997, 98 Biancamano, Vincent (7)................2007 Bircket, Rex,............................. 1928, 29 Bishop, Ford, ............................ 1923, 24 Black, Danny (9) ........................... 2010 Black, Howard (39) ............ 1960, 61, 62



Blackmon, Anthony (10)............... 1984 Blackwell, Sam, ................. 1938, 39, 40 Blair, Buddy (46, 16) .......... 2001, 02, 03 Blair, Elliott (39).......... 2008, 09,10 Blakenship, Chester,...... 1907, 08, 09, 10 Blue, C.J (32).............................2008, 09 Blue, Ted (26)................................ 1955 Bogener, Terry W. (9) ..... 1975, 76, 77, 78 Bohrofen, Brent (39)..... 1988, 89, 90, 91 Bollinger, Ralph P., ........................ 1940 Bonneau, Britt (8)......................... 1992 Bookout, Casey, (42) .....1996, 97, 98, 99 Boroughs, Richard C.,............... 1953,54 Bose, Matt (3)............... 2002, 03, 04,05 Bounds, O.M., ............................... 1914 Bowen, Jim,............................. 1956, 57 Brackeen, Gary (19).. .... 1976, 77, 78, 79 Bradbury, Mike, (30)...1999, 2000, 01, 02 Bradshaw, Chris (7).................. 1994, 95 Brakebill, William,.............. 1933, 34, 35 Brand, Ralph E., ....................... 1932, 33 Branson, Randolph (2)..............1966, 67 Bridgewater, C. Reade, ...................1910 Brillhart, Norman W.,............... 1915, 16 Briones, Chris (44) ........................ 1994 Briscoe, Albert, ............. 1920, 21, 22, 23 Bristow,“Obie” J. Gordon, .............. 1922 Brittain, Jack,........................... 1937, 38 Brooks, Baine L. (0) ....................... 1987 Brooks, David C. (2) .................. 1978-81 Brooks, Gary (37) .......................... 1968 Brown, Bobby (9) .................... 1995, 96 Brown, Casey (5) ..................... 2003, 04 Brown, Chris (27).......................... 1998 Brown, Daniel W. (15) .............. 1955, 56 Brown, Dick (31) ........................... 1969 Brown, Harry,................................ 1913 Brown, Melvin, .................. 1950, 52, 53 Brown, Raymond, ......................... 1912 Brownell, John (22) ..................2005, 06 Bryan, Noble,................................ 1918 Buckles, Bucky (31) ...................... 1994 Buechele, Garrett (38) ......2009,10 Buff, Hardy, ................................... 1929 Bullington, Melvin R., .............. 1940, 41 Burden, Ray B. (23) ....................... 1961 Burdick, Kevin (15) .................. 1986, 87 Burgin, Chris (34) .................... 1987, 88 Burke, Joe E. (6) ................. 1951, 52, 53 Burke, Kenneth D. (24) .................. 1959 Burke, Matt (9) ............. 1989, 90, 91, 92 Burns, Brad (38) ................. 2005, 06, 07 Burr, Robert M. (7) .............. 1955, 56, 57 Burrell, M.D.,...................... 1947, 48, 49 Buser, Doug (42) ............................2008 Bushyhead, Caleb (5).. .......2009,10 Butler, Todd (22) ...................... 1987, 88 Buttram, Frank, ....................... 1910, 11 Byrom, Dean (22) .....................1972, 73 C Cairns, Jack, .................................. 1943 Cairns, Robert F., ...................... 1946, 47 Campbell, Scott (46, 29) ..... 1989, 90, 91 Canard, Rolly, ........................... 1906, 07 Cannon, Glen R., ................ 1929, 30, 31

Canon, William L. ...........................1981 Cantrell, Brady (0) .........................1990 Capra, Nick (4) .............................. 1979 Carey, Charles,............................... 1909 Carlton, Greg, (17) .........1979, 80, 81, 82 Carmichael, Darby (15) ............ 1992, 93 Carnefix, L.M........................... 1984 (M) Carpenter, Dick (9) ........................ 1958 Carpenter, E.J., .............................. 1959 Carver, Billy Paul (38)............... 1985, 86 Castle, Glen (30, 10, 6) ....... 1969, 70, 71 Castleberry, Kevin (3) .............. 1988, 89 Caufield, Chuckie (4).................2005, 06 Cavalli, Brian (12) ......................... 1990 Chaffin, Harvey L. (19) ..............1962, 63 Champagne, Andre (3, 8) .... 1987, 88, 90 Chapell, Don O., ................. 1930, 31, 32 Cherry, Rocky (38) ........ 1999,00, 01, 02 Cheser, William J., ......................... 1922 Chowning, Jason (23).. ............. 2009,10 Christian, Jann (23, 3, 4) ..... 1962, 63, 64 Christmon, Drew (0) ................ 1992, 93 Churchill Sr., Tom, ......................... 1930 Chyz, John, ........................ 1941, 42, 47 Clanton, Ucal, ............................... 1916 Clark, Bob,..................................... 1944 Clark, Dera J. (37)..................... 1986, 87 Clark, William,.................... 1910, 12, 13 Clarke, Gordon, .................. 1934, 35, 36 Clary, David (27, 6)................... 1957, 58 Claunch, Eloin, .............................. 1934 Cloud Jr., W.M.“Buster”(20,15) ...1952, 53, 54

Coah, Francis N.,................. 1933, 34, 35 Cobb, Francis,........................... 1933, 34 Cobb, Marvin (36) .............. 1987, 88, 89 Cochell, Chad (36) .....1997, 98, 99, 2000 Cochell, Craig (16) ........................ 1992 Cohlmia, Kay (17, 34)......... 1966, 67, 68 Coil, Fay,................................... 1928, 29 Cole, Mark (7) .................... 1987, 88, 89 Coleman, Steve (5) ....................... 1982 Collazo,Anthony (46), ............ 2010 Collins, L. Dwight,..................... 1941, 42 Collins, Sherman, E. (31) ............... 1987 Conaway, Nick (19) ...................2006, 07 Conkling, R.A., .............. 1905, 07, 10, 11 Conley, Jay (13)............................. 1965 Connelly, Steve (35) ........... 1993, 94, 95 Conrad, John C., ............................ 1926 Cook, Elbert, ............................ 1928, 29 Cook, Kim E. (18).. .............. 1970, 71, 72 Cook, Vernon,................................ 1925 Cooper, Terry (10) ......................... 1965 Coose, Austin (39).................... 2000, 01 Corley, Ray,.................................... 1943 Cornelius, Tim (40, 6) ......... 1985, 86, 87 Corneilus, William,........................ 1923 Cornejo, Eddie (6) .................... 2002, 03 Cosby, Darin (35) ............... 1986, 87, 88 Cossins, Tim (10) ...................... 1992, 93 Cotton, Berry,........................... 1919, 21 Couch, Flourney, ...................... 1918, 19 Courtwright, Raymond, ........... 1911-14 Courty, Paul J., ......................... 1948, 49 Covitz, Hunter (21)............. 1997, 98, 99 Cowan, Jackie R. (34, 14)...........1962, 63

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Cowherd, Harold (33) ................... 1969 Cox, Darron (25) ................ 1987, 88, 89 Cox, Joe W. (19,16) .............. 1964, 65, 66 Cox, W.V., ........................... 1918, 20, 21 Crabb, Jim (21) .................. 1952, 53, 54 Craddock, Chad ............................ 1979 Craddock, Jimmie, ........................ 1938 Cronley, Jay (13) ................ 1964, 65, 66 Crosby, Jerry,................................. 1939 Cross, Joffre,.................................. 1938 Cudjo, Richard (33, 18)............. 1981, 82 Cuellar, Logan (17)........................ 2000 Cumberland, Hal, ............... 1941, 42, 47 Cunico, Michael J. (6) .....1974, 75, 76, 77 D Darby, Jon (21) ............................. 1961 Darden, Tony (35) ......................... 1991 Davis, Aljay (8)..........................2007, 08 Davis, Elton (18) ................ 1947, 48, 49 Davis, John E. (11).................... 1950, 51 Davis, Skivey A.R.,.................... 1917-21 Davis, Steve (31) ........................... 1962 Day, Rex (25) ................................ 1982 Deal, Clarence, ......................... 1943, 47 Deal, Roy B.,.................................. 1939 Dean, Scott (31)....................... 1981, 82 Dean, Scott (10)............................ 1989 Dean, Steve (10) ...................... 1990, 91 Deaton, Leroy,............................... 1940 Denney, Kyle (13) .................... 1998, 99 Denton, Dick H. (32)........... .1960, 61, 62 Denton, Mickey ............................ 1981 Disbro, Russell L. (9, 29) ...... 1966, 67, 68 Ditto, R.B.,..................................... 1947 Dobbs, Greg (29) .......................... 2001 Dobson, Shannon (4)............... 1985, 86 Dodson, Carroll, ............................ 1909 Dolph, Chancey H.,................... 1921, 22 Douglas, Jim, ................................ 1944 Douglas, John (0) .................... 1988, 89 Doyle, Andrew (14)............. 2007, 08, 09 Drumright, Keith A. (2) ..1973, 74, 75, 76 Duke, Ryan (28, 17) ..... 2008, 09,10 Dunbar, Clint (35) ......................... 2000 Dunigan, Joseph (21).......... 2005, 06, 07 Dunn, Robert, .......................... 1912, 13 Dunson, Raymond, ....................... 1933 Durall, Vance,........................... 1948, 49 Durkee, Jack F.,......................... 1922, 23 Duvall, Byron, .......................... 1948, 49

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E Early, William,............................... 1905 Eaton, Thomas R. (4) ..................... 1974 Ebright, Chris (11).............. 1987, 88, 89 Echelle, Brian, ............................... 1986 Eckenrode, Steve G. (12) ...........1986, 87 Eddings, Jay P. (26)............. 1984, 86, 87 Edge, Gregory J. (3)....................... 1985 Eisenberg, Ricky (10), ............ 2010 Eldridge, Brian (11) ................. 1991, 92 Ellis, Cale (2), ........................ 2010 Ellison, Chris (1) ................2009,10 Elsey, Justin (30) .................. 1997, 1998 Elstrom, Marvin, ........................... 1932 Empting, Mike (12).................. 1981, 82 Enos, G.J., ..................................... 1942 Erben, Jeremy (12) .............2008, 09,10 Estep, Robert, ............................... 1944 Estes, Marc,................................... 1980 Eubanks, Lewis L.,......... 1946, 47, 48, 49 Evans, Jason (6) ............................ 1992 F Fears, Walter T.,............................. 1918 Feezell, Randolph M. (25, 5) 1969, 70, 71 Felt, Wright,............................. 1915, 16 Ferguson, Craig (26) ..................... 1980 Ferguson, Scott I. (17) .............. 1984, 85 Feye, Terry (32) ........................ 1979, 80 Finkenbinder, Don (13).. ............... 1961 Fisher, Eddie,...................... 1956, 57, 58 Fisher, Matt (4) ........................ 2001, 02 Fisher, Roy,.................................... 1918 Fisher, Shayne .............................. 1966 Fitzhugh, David (26) ..................... 1980 Fleming, Ed,....................... 1909, 10, 11 Fleming, Gary ............................... 1972 Flores, Javier, (4) ...........1994, 95, 96, 97 Flores, Shane (13) ......................... 1986 Foley, Larry,........................ 1952, 53, 54 Folger, Douglas (30, 28, 8) . 1968, 69, 70 Folsom, Jim (3) ............................. 1964 Fooshee (unknown), .................... 1916 Ford, Mike (6) .......................... 1972, 73 Foster, Clifton (39) ........................ 1992 Fouts, Warren (36) ............. 1960, 61, 62 Fowble, Arin (35) ...........................2006 Fox, George,............................. 1923, 24 Fox, Timothy Paul (18) ............. 1973, 74 Frank, Ronald Dean (4, 24) .......1967, 68 Franks, Paul Andrew (9) ...........1984, 85 Fransz, Jason (21) ......................... 2002 Frasier, Charlie (19).................. 2001, 02 Frazier, George A. (25).............. 1975, 76 Freeman, Jarod (17, 27) 2005, 06, 07, 08 French, Curtis,.................... 1956, 57, 58 Friday, James (30)......................... 1979 Fry, William Leonard, .................... 1944 Fulps, W.I., .................................... 1933

Gajewski, Ken (43)........................ 1994 Galvin, David (31) ......................... 1995 Gann, Jamie (23) .......................... 1996 Garcia, Sergio (9) .......................... 2001 Gardner, Damon (42) ............... 1992, 93 Gardner, K. Scott (16) .....1977, 78, 79, 80 Garland, David, ............................. 1910 Garms, Donnie ........................ 1972 (M) Garms, Roger .......................... 1973 (M) Gaylor, Rocky,.......................... 1985 (M) Geary, Geoff (22).................. 1997, 1998 Geiger, Gary W. (14) ...................... 1984 Gentry, J. Richard, .............. 1918, 19, 20 George, Scotty (18) ....................... 1984 Gibson, Ryan (43), ................. 2010 Gilchrist, Stan (11) ........................ 1968 Gill, Hal G (35) .............................. 1960 Girod, Scott (27) ........................... 1990 Glascoe, Derek (40) ....... 1993, 94, 95, 96 Glass, Chip (15)........................ 1993, 94 Glendening, Rob E. (13) 1977, 78, 79, 80 Godsey, Jerome (8, 7)............... 2000, 01 Goldston, Chuck (27) .................... 1991 Gonzales, Izzy (27)........................ 1996 Gooch, Tyler (23)............................2005 Gosse, Mike (5) .........................2007, 08 Gott, Allen (5) ............................... 1965 Gower, Tim (22) ............................ 1992 Graham, Don (8) ............1979, 80, 81, 82 Graham, Joe (4) ............................ 1999 Graves, Bobby (29) .................. 1998, 99 Gray, Richard (23) ......................... 1983 Green, Kelly,.................................. 1948 Gregg, Jay (26) ........................ 1961, 62 Gregory, Bob(9)... .............. 1955, 56, 57 Gretjak, Bryan (15) ....................... 1990 Greusel, Evan (37)......... 1999, 00, 01, 02 GrifďŹ n, Ray, .............................. 1924, 25 Groom, Sidney, ........................ 1923, 24 Groth, Bryan (25).................2007, 09,10 Grubb, Sean (18) ..................... 1985, 86 Guerra, Steven (48) ..................2005, 06 Guillory, Anthony (30) .................. 1986 Gulledge, Joe, .......................... 1938, 39 Gundy, Cale,.................................. 1992 Gutierrez, Rick (6) .................... 1993, 94 Gwinn, Tony A. (5)......................... 1986 H Haddock, Jerry (38, 17) .............1961, 63 Haggard, Chris (5).................... 2000, 01 Hale, Mike,.................................... 2000 Hall, Huston R., ............................. 1939 Hall, Ron (22, 19) ............ 1968,1969, 70 Halling, Harold,.............. 1939, 1940, 41 Hamilton, Larry(6)........................ 1953 Hamilton, R. Keith (21)... 1982, 83, 84, 85 Hamilton, Scott (33) ................ 1985, 86 Hammond, Jim (12) ........1956,1957, 58 Hammond, Robert, ....................... 1946 Hankins, Brandon, ................... 2000, 01 Hansen, Dustin (2).........1993, 94, 95, 96 Hardwick, Hobart,............... 1934, 35, 36 Hargrove, Kerry Len (10) 1979, 80, 81, 82 Harper, Gary,............................ 1967, 68

 

 JASON FRANZ (OF) Jason Franz hit .356 with 15 homers and 56 RBIs in his lone season in 2002.

  CHRIS EBRIGHT (OF) Chris Ebright (1987-1989) was an All-American on the field and in the classroom .

  MIKE GOSSE (2B/DH) An All-Big 12 performer, Mike Gosse (200708) was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 2008.

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H Harrah, William F. (4) ............... 1951, 52 Harrigan, David (7) ............ 1977, 78, 79 Harrington, W. Scott (21, 1). 1968, 69, 70 Harris, George, ......................... 1914, 15 Harris, Zach (26) ........................... 2001 Harrison, Drew (45) .............. 2010 Hart, Corey (20) ....................... 1997, 98 Harughty, Matt (4)....................2008, 09 Haskell, Lawrence, ................... 1921, 22 Haswell, A.J., ........................... 1928, 29 Hatcher, Mickey (8) ....................... 1977 Hawkins, Clay (7) .......................... 1998 Hayes, LaFringe (31)... ............. 2003, 04 Hayward, Ray (13) ............. 1980, 81, 83 Heath, John, ...................... 1939, 40, 41 Hebert, Bud (33)...................... 1979, 80 Hembree, Robert (22)......... 1959, 60, 61 Hendrick, David (28) ................ 1982, 83 Hendrix, A.W.,............................... 1909 Hendrix, Gus, ................................ 1944 Henry, Chris (32) ............................2007 Hensley, Mike (17) ............. 1986, 87, 89 Hernandez, Bryant (9, 2) ... . 2007, 08, 09 Hernandez, Jon,............................ 1944 Herren, Kaleb (18) ................2009, 2010 Herrera, Brenan (8)....................... 2004 Hickey, Mike (6) ............................ 1990 Hill, Charles (22) ........................... 1957 Hill, Russell (6)......................... 1949, 50 Hill, Willy (3)................. 1995, 96, 97, 98 Hills, Rich (17) .............. 1992, 93, 94, 95 Hinson, Travis G.,................ 1933, 34, 35 Hinz, Bruce (25)... .............. 1981, 82, 83 Hobby, Brewster ................ 1957, 58, 59 Hodges, Vic M. (28) .................. 1977, 78 Hoerman, Jared (33)..................... 1998 Hogan, John C.,............................. 1921 Hogge, William Carl, ..................... 1930 Holder, Laverne,............................ 1933 Hollis, Albert,................................ 1909 Holt, Delbert (5) ........... 1946, 47, 48, 49 Holt, Tim ..................................... 1976 Honea, Bud, ............................. 1925, 26 Hooper, Tim (20) ........................... 2000 Hopkins, Denny (11, 3) ............ 1964, 65 Hornbeek, Ron (19)...................1965, 66 Horner, Truman,............................ 1909 House, Charlie (37) .................. 2003, 04 Housh, Charles,........................ 1906, 07 Hover, Lee (8) ............................... 1978 Howard, Christopher (39) ........1986, 87 Hubbard, Antwonie (11). ..........2008, 09 Hubbard, Ross (28) ...................2009, 10 Hughes, Bob (8)............ 1955, 56, 57, 58 Hughes, Jeff S. (34) ....................... 1984 Hughes, Joseph (33).. ...............2006, 07 Hunter, Bernard, ................ 1923, 24, 25 Hunter, John, ...................... 1935, 36, 37 Hunter, Lee, ....................... 1927, 28, 29 Hunter, Norde, .............................. 1925 Hurlbutt, Blake (22) ...................... 2004 Hurley, Mike (21) .......................... 1988 Hurst, Stephen T. (4) ..................... 1983 Husling, Jim (28) ..........1987, 88, 89, 90



I Ignace, Edward G. (22) .................. 1951 Inman, Bert (11)........................... 1990 Inman, Wade (5)..............1987, 88, 89, 9 Issacs, Keith (18)........................... 1977 Ivey, Aaron (10, 13) ....... 2004, 05, 06, 07

 

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J Jack, Bobby (23).. .............. 1970, 71, 72 Jackson, Danny (16) ..................... 1981 Jackson, Dillard, ................. 1936, 37, 38 Jacobs, Jack,.................................. 1942 Jacobs, Richard A. (13) ....... 1970, 71, 72 Jakubauskas, Chris (22)................. 2002 Jastrow, Karl (25).......................... 1979 Jayroe, Jr., Robert R. (29).... 1960, 61, 62 Jenkins, Ben (12) .......................... 1992 Jenson, Rick A. (4).................... 1974, 75 Jepson, Fred,................................. 1905 Jerome, R.F.,.................................. 1930 Johnson, Casey (3).. ..... 2008, 09,10 Johnson, David Bruce (19) ........1984, 85 Johnson, Gus,........................... 1922, 23 Johnson, H.L., ............................... 1915 Johnson, Henry, ............................ 1915 Johnson, Jamie (6) ...................2008, 09 Johnson, John N. (20, 24) ......... 1969, 70 Johnson, Montford,....................... 1914 Johnson, Neil R., ........... 1912, 13, 14, 15 Johnson, Tyler (23) .................. 2002, 03 Jolly, Terry (17) ............. 1972, 73, 74, 75 Jones, Bob (4) ............................... 1955 Jones, Brandon (12)................. 2002, 03 Jones, Dick S., .......................... 1925, 26 Jones, Henry R., ............................ 1950 Jones, Joe (19) ......................... 1956, 57 Jones, Sterling(12)................... 1953, 54 Jones, Tom (1, 21) .............. 1958, 59, 60 Jones, Vester Coy, .......................... 1944 Jones, Whit (12) ........................... 1981 Jordan, Joe B. (32) ........................ 1985 Joseph, Cliff,............................. 1918, 20 Joyner, Eliot (9, 3) .................... 2000, 01 K Kager, Alex (21, 11)....... 1976, 77, 78, 79 Kaiser, Kody (5).....................2005, 2006 Kaye, Jeffrey Michael (12)... 1983, 84, 85 Kee, Charles, ................................. 1932 Keling, Korey (19) .........1988, 89, 90, 91 Kelley, Roy O., .......................... 1923, 24 Kelly, Kirk R. (10) ........................... 1986 Kemohah, Brett (7)............ 1991, 92, 93 Kern, John (12, 15) .................. 1963, 64 Kernek, George (33) ................ 1960, 61 King, Bryan (2) ............................. 2001 King, Kenny (9) .................. 1972, 73, 74 King, Kevin (37) ................. 1988, 89, 90 King, Morris K., ............................. 1944 Kirchner, Bryon, ............................ 1920 Kirk, Jim (12) ................................ 1950 Kish, Greg (34)......................... 2002, 03 Kitch, Denver (8).. ...........2001,2002, 03 Kline, Steve (2) ............................. 1965 Knox, William P. (5) ............ 1952, 53, 54 Kohl, Tom (31) ......................... 1979, 80

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  BRANDON JONES (OF) Brandon Jones (2002-03) was also a letterwinner for the OU football team from 2001-04. He is the last Sooner to play both football and baseball in his collegiate career. He currently plays for the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL.

  KEVIN KING (LHP) An two-time All-Big 12 performer, Kevin King ranks in the top 10 at OU in innings pitched (277) and career appearances (65)

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K Kolbrener, Robert (25) .................. 1962 Kosenski, John (16) ........... 1988, 89, 90 Krislock, Zak (36) .......................... 1992 Krsnick, Joe (9) ............................. 1971 Krug, Gary E. (23) ..................... 1976, 77 Kunkler, Marty (18) ........... 1974, 75, 76 L Lacer, Ray,................................ 1942, 43 Lachmann, Tom (29)..................... 1988 LaFrancois, Roger V. (22) ..... 1975, 76, 77 Lair, Ted (13) ............................ 1973, 76 Lally, Tom,..................................... 1941 Lampton, Preston, L.,......... 1928, 29, 30 Lance, Brandon (38, 4)............. 2003, 04 Landreth II, George H. (25) ........... 1977 Lane, Stan (22) .................. 1983, 84, 85 Lasater, Victor,.................... 1938, 39, 40 Lashley, Larry ......................... 1978 (M) Lashley, Mickey Lewis (26) .......1973-76 Lavender, Robert K. (14, 2) .......1986, 87 Lawrence, Stanley Herbert (11) 1974, 75 Layton, Lester,............................... 1942 Leake, Jr., John E. (12) ... 1952, 53, 54, 55 Leeper, James F. (24, 6)....... .1955, 56, 57 Lekse, Zach (2)..................... 1999, 2000 Leon, Ron (5) ........................... 1983, 84 Lewallen, Keith (28) ..................... 1957 Lindsey, Paul,........................... 1924, 25 Lindsey, Tom (24, 8).. ................1963, 64 Linn, Eric (14) .................... 1994, 95, 96 Little, Byron, ...................... 1918, 19, 20 Lloyd, George (3) ..................... 1958, 59 Lobaugh, Eph,.................... 1929, 30, 31 Lookabaugh, John, ....................... 1932 Lookabaugh, L.L., ......................... 1916 Looper, Aaron (22) ........................ 1996 Looper, Garry D. (18) ................ 1965, 66 Lovelady, Matt (28)...................2006, 07 Loving, George (13) ...... 1952, 53, 54, 55 Lovingier, Kevin (28).......... 1992, 93, 94 Luethy, David Jon (15) ........ 1977, 78, 79 Lunquist, David (20) ..................... 1972 Luton, Stanley Scott (11) .............. 1983 Lyon, Verne, .................................. 1922

M Mabrey, C.,.................................... 1941 Manning, A.O.,.............................. 1913 Manwell, Brian (18)...................... 1998 Mariani, M.J. (16) .................... 1994, 95 Marino, Mike (15) .............. 1971, 72, 73 Marr, Scott (4) ......................... 1991, 92 Marsh, James H.,................ 1921, 22, 23 Martin, Doug (10)......................... 1955 Martin, Kent Ray, .......................... 1944 Martin, M. Douglas(15,14).. 1963, 64, 65 Maschino, David (32) ............... 1982, 83 Mason, Raymond A.,..................... 1926 Mason, Tom(19) ...................... 1955, 56 Massey, Lance (28) ....................... 1996 Mathews, Byron (25) ......... 1990, 91, 92 Mauk, Clarence, ............................ 1942 Maxwell, Tom (8) .................... 1965 (M) May, John H., ..................... 1930, 31, 32



Mayfield, Jack (8) .................. 2010 Mays, Joe, ................................ 1924, 27 McAuliff, Jarod (2).............. 2002, 03, 04 McCarter, Jake (22) ........................2008 McConnell, Jerry(14) .................... 1955 McCredie, Hugh, ...................... 1906, 07 McCurtain, Paul (23)................ 1997, 98 McCutchen, Daniel (27) ...... 2004,05, 06 McDaniel, Kevin,..................... 1987 (M) McDonald, Denzil (28) ........ 1961, 62, 63 McDonald, Merrell, ....................... 1943 McFarland, Luke (15) .................... 1997 McGinnis, Russell “Rusty” (25) . 1984, 85 McGrath, Milton,........................... 1941 McGuire, Andrew (19).............. 2003, 04 McGuire, Lonnie (25) .................... 1963 McKee, Phil C. (27) ................... 1950, 51 McKitrick, Greg (13)................ . 1988, 89 McLaughlin, M.T., .............. 1921, 22, 23 McMahan, Cal,.............................. 1926 Mead, Chad (16) ...................... 1996, 97 Meadows, Glenn,..................... 1918, 19 Meek, Stan (1) ................... 1972, 73, 74 Megless, Steve (18) ...................... 1972 Meikle, John, ................................ 1933 Mele, John (17) ............................ 1991 Melton, Joe M.L. (14) .................... 1960 Mendenhall, Casey (18, 21) 1990, 91, 92 Meraz, Frank (16) .................... 1980, 81 Merrell, Gene, ............................... 1943 Meunier, Mickey (9). .............. .. 1993, 94 Meyer, Milton,............................... 1911 Meyers, Roy,.................................. 1934 Mills, Bus, ................................ 1930, 31 Minor, Damon (13) .......1993, 94, 95, 96 Minor, Ryan (30).. .............. .1993, 94, 95 Minton, Frank (3) ..........................1954 Minton, Fred (4) ........................... 1954 Mitchell, Jr., Dale (5).. .............. 1963, 64 Mitchell, Dale,......... 1942, 43, 44, 45, 46 Mitchell, Jim, ................................ 1943 Mix, Austin (27)... ......... 2000, 01, 02, 03 Mizel, Harvey, ............................... 1948 Mobra, Joe (16) ............ 1953, 54, 55, 56 Monroe, Ira “Eph”,............... 1935, 36, 37 Montenegro, Jose (25)... .......... 1997, 98 Montgomery, Jack, ....................... 1926 Moore, Carroll, ................... 1906, 07, 09 Moore, Marshall,........................... 1906 Moore, Scott (38)..................... 1991, 92 Moore, Sidney M,.......................... 1906 Morgan, Chester,........................... 1912 Morgosh, Ray (5) .......................... 1949 Morris, Dennit E (18) .................... 1956 Morris, Don (17) ................ 1976, 77, 78 Morris, Walter W. (12) .............. 1949, 50 Morris, Warren, .................. 1937, 38, 39 Morrison, C.E., .............................. 1923 Morton, Carl (16) .......................... 1964 Morton, Terry (12) ........................ 1964 Moss, Brandon (23) ..................2006, 07 Mottern, Ryan (16).. .... . 2004, 06, 07, 08 Mullen, Foster (30) ...................1982, 83 Munneke, John Erick (18)......... 2000, 01 Murphy, Floyd (28) ............ 1950, 51, 52 Murphy, Sean (3).. ............... 1999, 2000 Murray, John,........................... 1928, 29

N Nations, Leroy, .............................. 1918 Neal, Zach (32) ............................. 2010 Neel, Eddie,............................. 1974 (M) Neely, Joel K. (32) ......................... 1984 Neff, Marty (5) .............................. 1991 Neil, Dan,...................................... 1912 Newcomer, F. Breen, (19) ... 1973, 74, 75 Newell, Charles H.,............. 1905, 06, 07 Newman, Joseph (43) ...................2007 Newman, Otha, ....................... 1930, 31 Nipp, Don (18) ................... 1958, 59, 60 Nipp, Mark A. (30).................... 1977, 78 Noles, Jade (5) ......................... 1997, 98 Noller, Rob (22) ............................ 1981 Norris, Granville T., ............. 1926, 27, 28 Norton, Greg (18) .............. 1991, 92, 93 Nosari, Jim (1) .............................. 1971 O Ogle, Tyler (35)..................2009,10 Ogilvie, Frank A.,........................... 1921 Oliver, Joe (10) .............................. 1978 Olsen, Kevin (28) ..................... 1997, 98 Orme, Anthony (10)...................... 1966 Orr, Charles, ............................. 1910-14 Ortiz, Russell (23) .............. 1993, 94, 95 Oster, Paul (12) ........................ 1988, 89 Overton, Lynn (31, 33) ....... 1961, 63, 64 Owen, Steve (15) ..................... 1958, 59 Owens, Mike (10) ......................... 1995 P Pace, Glyndol*, ................................. NA Pace, Michael W. (3) ...................... 1977 Palmer, Kenneth (16) ......... 1974, 75, 76 Palmer, Matt (5) ...................... 1980, 81 Parese, William (38)...................... 1964 Parham, William C. (7) .................. 1984 Parish, Jacky Ray (12) .............. 1974, 75 Park, Jim (4) ...................... 1956, 57, 58 Park, Kyle...................................... 1986 Park, Rick (32) .......... 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Parker, Bill,.................................... 1943 Parkhurst, D. Patrick (14, 12) .... 1970, 71 Parks, Harold,........................... 1940, 41 Parks, Howard,.............................. 1935 Parks, Ralph,................................. 1948 Pascucci, Valentino (10)... ........ 1997, 98 Patterson, Garrett (35)...................2005 Patterson, Larry (6).................. 1966, 67 Patterson, Sidney,.................... 1933, 34 Paul, Tristan (26)........................... 1995 Peach, Eddy (30, 10) .......... 1961, 62, 63 Pearson, Charles (35).................... 1962 Pearson, Kevin (2) ............. 1983, 84, 85 Pease, Joe (30).............................. 1989 Pecheck, Wayne G. (8) ........ 1974, 75, 76 Pedretti, Joel (12) .....................2006, 07 Pennington, Brett (41, 44) ....... 1995, 96 Peters, Steven B. (13, 30) ......... 1984, 85 Phillips, David E., ............... 1923, 24, 25 Phillips, Lanny A. (8) ..................... 1973 Pickard, John C.,....................... 1923, 24 Pierce, E., ...................................... 1907 Plath, Ron (14).................1957,1958, 59 Ponder, Charles, ............................ 1913

Ponder, Elmer,.......................... 1914, 15 Ponio, Mike (18) ...................... 1988, 89 Pope, James,...................... 1938, 39, 40 Porlier, Stephen (37).................2007, 09 Powell, Dax (21) ........................... 1995 Powell, Ty (9) ..................... 1981, 82, 84 Price, Charles S.,....................... 1915, 16 Prince, David (4, 1)................... 1966, 67 Pringle, Gale, ................................ 1942 Pryor, Kenneth P. (7) ................ 1948, 49 Pugsley, Charles L. (12) . 1943, 47, 50, 51 Purcey, David (17).............. 2002, 03, 04 R Radcliffe, Earle, .................. 1906, 07, 09 Rainey, Jeff (32)............................ 1987 Raley, Russell (15)..........2003, 04, 05, 06 Randall, Kenneth (20) .................. 1979 Ranzau, Dennis (39) .......... 1968, 69, 70 Rapacz, John J. (6) ........................ 1947 Rasmussen, Norvall (7)................. 1958 Reddell, John C. (9) ............ 1950, 51, 52 Redman, Mark (18) ................. 1994, 95 Redmon, Charles (5) .......... 1972, 73, 74 Reeds, Artie, ................. 1906, 07, 08, 10 Reeds, Claude E.,................ 1912, 13, 14 Reese, Robert J. ....................... 1944, 48 Reeves, Jeff, .................................. 1924 Reid, Craig (26) ............................. 1983 Reine, Cody (11), ................... 2010 Reinecker, Jim (25) ....................... 1996 Renshaw, David, ................ 1910, 11, 12 Reynolds, Jay M. (37) ............... 1984, 85 Reza, Aaron (2) ......................... 2006,07 Rhodes, Steve (37)........................ 1979 Rice, Mark (7) ............................... 1976 Richards, Garrett (26) ...............2007, 08 Richards, Stanley E. (32, 12, 14) ..1969, 70, 71

Richardson, Jim (8).................. 1985, 86 Richardson, Ryan, ......................... 2002 Rickey, Christopher A. (24, 4, 7) ...1969, 70, 71

Rickey, Orville (10)............. 1952, 53, 54 Rickey,Ralph (16) .........................1967 Rickey, Robert (8, 28)......... 1958, 59, 60 Ridgley, George (30, 12) ..... 1964, 65, 66 Riley, Elwood, .......................... 1940, 46 Riley, Jack, ......................... 1938, 39, 40 Risen, George,............................... 1911 Risinger, Johnnie L. (8)....... 1952, 53, 54 Risinger, Tony (1) ............... 1955, 56, 57 Risley, W. Edgar, ............................ 1916 Robbins, Robert, ........................... 1932 Roberts, A.D.,................................ 1942 Roberts, Drew (17) ...................2007, 08 Roberts, Mark (20) ....... 2001, 02, 03, 04 Robinson, J.R. (27) .................... 2009,10 Robinson, Robb,............ 1978, 79, 80, 81 Robinson, Roy, .............................. 1919 Rocha, Michael (44), .... 2008, 09,10 Rodgers, Darrell, ........... 1982, 83, 84, 85 Rodriguez, Freddy (8) ....................2006 Rogers, Jason,............................... 1996 Rohlinger, Ryan (7), ........... 2004, 05, 06

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R Rooker, Scott (25)... ........... 2004, 05, 06 Rollins, Jimmy (44) ...................2006, 07 Ross, Eric (6) ......................... 2010 Rowell, Ronald (7, 27) ....... 1967, 68, 69 Ruebel, Matt (33) .................... 1989, 90 Rufer, Rudolph,............................. 1947 Russell, John W. (7) ............ 1980, 81, 82 S Salter, Leslie E. ...............................1920 Samplinski, Rich (4)................. 1989, 90 Sandel, Edwin L. (11) ............... 1950, 51 Sanders, Dee,................................ 1942 Sanders, Mac (27)......... 1952, 53, 54, 55 Sanders, Steve (3)......................... 1967 Sandoval, P.J. (31) ..........................2006 Santiago, Mike (27) ................. 1983, 84 Savage, Will (37)............................2006 Sawyer, Zach (40) ..........................2008 Schaefer, Doug E. (3, 20) ..... 1973, 74, 75 SchefďŹ&#x201A;er, Herb, ........................ 1939, 40 Schoenhals, Glenn (27).................. 1967 Schreiner III, Carl S. (18, 17) ..... 1964, 65 Schreiner, Terry (18, 38) ........... 1967, 68 Schula, Kevin (20).................... 1991, 92 Schuman, Jackie Lee (1) ............... 1975 Schwall, Don (16) ......................... 1957 Scuderi, Jeff (32) ..................... 2004, 05 Seabolt, Jim (7) ....................... 1965, 66



Seal, Mike (10) ........................ 1978, 88 Searcy, Jay (15).................. 1982, 83, 84 Seitz, Adam, ...................... 1920, 21, 22 Seitzer, Cameron (33).. ......2009,10 Selby, Spencer (7) ..........................2008 Self, Jim (27) ................................ 1961 Semler, Jarrett (34) ................... 2009,10 Severns, Bill E. (7) ......... 1972, 73, 74, 75 Sewell, Dickie L. (10, 23)1977, 78, 79, 80 Shackelford, Brian (8) ... 1995, 96, 97, 98 Shackelford, Jon (36)... .............2005, 06 Shapiro, Joe, ............................ 1935, 36 Shean, Keith (21, 1) ............ 1962, 63, 64 Sheen, Graydon (17) .......... 1948, 49, 50 Sheets, Gene (29) .............. 1951, 52, 53 Sheldon, Ole (23).......................... 2004 Shelley, John A. (27) ..................... 1970 Shinar, Jeff (22) ............................ 1993 Shirley, Jack (15)................ 1949, 50, 51 Shirley, Robert C. (21) ........ 1973, 74, 75 Shore, Bobby (16).................. 2010 Shunatona, Bat,................. 1925, 26, 27 Simmons, Jerry, ................. 1952, 53, 54 Simpson, Dale,.............................. 1937 Simpson, Joe (8).. .............. 1971, 72, 73 Sims, Bill,...................... 1946, 47, 48, 49 Smedes, Mike (34) ................... 1992, 93 Smiser, Raybourn H.,..... 1913, 14, 15, 16 Smith, Clint (38) ...................... 1997, 98 Smith, David L.* ....................................

Smith, Dennis (11) .................. 1965, 66 Smith, Don G.,.......................... 1942, 46 Smith, Herb,............................. 1943, 44 Smith, Johnny Joe (16) ................. 1963 Smith, Kerby (27) ......................... 1992 Smith, Kevin (11)...........................2006 Smith, Rhett (20)..................... 1988, 89 Smith, Sean (45)........................... 2001 Smythe, Wade,......................... 1915, 16 Snider, Kelly Ray (3) ........... 1974, 75, 76 Snodgress, M.H.,........................... 1926 Snyder, Cecil (21) .......................... 1958 Snyder, Joe (2) ................... 1954, 55, 56 Snyder, Shawn (42) ................. 1994, 95 Sorensen, Matt (22)...................... 2001 Soto, Mark (22) ............................. 1994 Springer, Gary (4) .................... 1981, 82 Stafford, Bryan (9) ................... 1979, 80 Stafford, Gene (11) ............ 1951, 52, 53 Starkey, Ed, ................................... 1929 Steinbock, Delmar,............. 1934, 35, 36 Stephenson, Bob (2) .......... 1948, 49, 50 Stephenson, Walter,........... 1940, 41, 42 Stiller, Don (17) ....................... 1956, 57 Stinson, Josh (14) ......................... 2004 Stinson, Robert W., ....................... 1915 Stitzinger, Gregory L. (5) ...........1975, 76 Stogner, C.H.,........................... 1931, 32 Stonecipher, Kenneth Gene (13) 1951, 52 Stoup, Adolph, .............................. 1934 Straight, Bob (22) .................... 1982, 83

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Straka, Joe A. (17) .............. 1951, 52, 53 Strickland, Todd A. (5) ................... 1985 Stull, Chris (11) ........................ 1985, 86 Sullivan, C. Patrick (14)....... 1972, 73, 74 Sullivan, Glenn (9) ............. 1985, 86, 87 Sullivan, Pat 14) ................ 1972, 73, 74 Sullivan, Tim (14) .............. 1978, 79, 80 Swafford, Frank,............................ 1959 Swanson, Glenn,................ 1911, 12, 13 Swenton, Mike (35, 15)...... 1969, 70, 71 Swindell, Mike (26) ................. 2003, 04 Swisher, William, .......................... 1924 Swob, Timothy (19) ...................... 1986 Szymanski, Tom (3).................. 1991, 92 T Talbott, Garland (W.G.), ..... 1919, 20, 21 Tate, Bob (25, 26)..................... 1968, 69 Taylor, Heath (31) ..........................2007 Teel, Kenneth (22) ............. 1959, 60, 61 Thomas, Aric (11) .................... 1994, 95 Thomas, Jay, ...................... 1935, 36, 37 Thompson, Tommy (12, 5) .... 1976, 77, 78, 79

Thornton, Eric (6)................. 2004, 2005 Thweatt, Gary (1) .................... 1976, 77 Toal, John (16) ................... 1983, 84, 85 Todd, Jackson (16) ............. 1971, 72, 73 Tolleson, Doyle E., ......................... 1933 Toomer, Morrison,......... 1911, 12, 13, 14 Tosh, Harry B.,............................... 1905 Tozier, Pat (22) .............................. 1989

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Traylor, Darvin (3) .................... 1993, 94 Truscott, Gene,.............................. 1936 Tunnel, Doyle C. (27, 7, 34) . 1962, 63, 64 Turner, Richard (25, 22, 5, 7)......1965-68 Twyman, George,..................... 1936, 37 Tyler, George, ........................... 1921, 22 U UmďŹ&#x201A;eet, Mike (23) ............ 1973, 74, 75 V Vaiana, James H. (12) ........ 1977, 78, 79 Van Horn, Ryan (16) ..................... 1998 Van Pool, Jack (25) .................. 1951, 53 Vaughn, Dewayne (21) . 1978, 79, 80, 81 Vaughn, Richard,........................... 1944 Venable, Jack (13) ................... 1946, 47 Venable, Jim, ................................ 1946 Vervack, Jim (9) ....................... 1964, 65 Victery, Joe (19)....................... 1994, 96 Vidales, Jeremy (19) .....1997, 98, 99, 00 Von Tungeln, Cory (15).................. 2000 Voyles, Curtis (20) .............. 1976, 77, 78 W Wages, Robert (25)....................... 1967 Waldrip, James W.,................... 1950, 51 Walker, John (3)............................ 1983 Walker, Roscoe,............. 1905, 06, 07, 09 Walker, Toby (23) ..................... 1987, 88

Wall, Tifford, ...................... 1928, 29, 30 Wallace, Polly,.................... 1925, 26, 27 Walters, Bobby (17) ...................... 1998 Walton, Jack, ................ 1925, 26, 27, 28 Walton, Tim (33)...................... 1994, 95 Walton, Tom (35, 33, 13) .... 1961, 62, 63 Wantland, C.W., ............................ 1909 Ward, Bob (26) ............................. 1977 Ward, Greg (2) .............................. 1989 Ward, Gregg (7) ............................ 1983 Ward, Ron (26) ............................. 1968 Ward, Virgil, ............................. 1940, 41 Warden, Larry (20) ....................... 1961 Warren, Bill (35) ........................... 1984 Waters, Bill (29) ............................ 1948 Wathan, Derek (12)............ 1996, 97, 98 Watkins, Jack A. (11) ..................... 1946 Watkins, Smith, ....................... 1931, 32 Watson, Ray, ...................... 1930, 31, 32 Weaver, David (23, 3) ......... 1969, 70, 71 Weaver, Ron (22) ..................... 1978, 79 Webber, Larry (8, 6, 24)....... 1962, 63, 64 Weese, Gary (10) ..................... 1971, 72 Welborn, Ryan (15) ...................... 2001 Wendt, David Bryan (15, 27)1975, 77, 78 West, Gene ....................... 1925, 26, 27 West, Maury,................................. 1941 Whisenant, John B.,...................... 1915 White, Curtis (9) ........................... 2002 White, Derrick (15) ....................... 1991

White, Max (7) ...................... 2010 Whiteman, Tommy (6) ... ......1999, 2000 Whittaker, Jerry (5) ............ 1992, 93, 94 Whitworth, Clint (36) ................... 1991 Wich, J. Roger (2)............... 1950, 51, 52 Wigington, Jeff (34, 26) ....... 1996, 2000 Wiginton, Travis (3) ........... 1948, 49, 50 Wilhite, Otto, ................................ 1909 Williams, Ben (16) ........................ 1987 Williams, Jackson (20)... ..... 2005, 06, 07 Williams, Matt (32)....................... 1993 Williams, Paul (8) .................... 1983, 84 Williamson, Cory (18).. ............. 2006,07 Willits, Reggie (36) .................. 2002, 03 Wilmot, Toby (32) .................... 1995, 96 Wilmoth, Evert G., ........................ 1916 Windes, Joe R. (31) ....................... 1965 Winford, William,.......................... 1934 Winn, William H.,..................... 1906, 07 Winters, Robert (15) ..................... 1966 Witcher, Josh (23) .................... 1999, 00 Witt, Bobby (36) ...................... 1984, 85 Woodall, John (19, 37) ....... 1958, 59, 60 Woodmansee, T.J., ........................ 1909 Woods, Ricky (20) ......................... 1981 Woodson,Leroy* ................................... Wooly, Donald(23,1)............ 1964,65,66 Worchester, Brent (14) ........1981,82, 83

Wright, Steve (40) ........................ 1987 Wyman, Spencer (14). ............. 2002, 03 Y Yaconetti, Jay (4) ...........................2003 Yates, Lance (26) .......................... 1989 Young, J.D., ................................... 1941 Young, Paul,.................................. 1931 Z Zaltsman, Stan (33) .......1983, 84, 85, 86 Zeegers, Pete (31)......................... 1983 Zepeda, Jesse (6) ..................... 1995, 96 Zoth, Verlan C.,................... 1936, 37, 38 - Bold indicates current player. * Year (s) unavailable - (M) manager; (T) trainer

Over 40 Sooners from several decades were on hand for the 2010 Alumni Game which ended in a 7-7 tie in five innings.



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1976

AIR FORCE Overall Series: OU leads 3-0 YEAR 1971 1983 2004

SITE Norman, Okla. *Tampa, Fla Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W

SCORE GAMES 13-2 1-0 12-9 2-0 16-1 3-0

1979 1980 1986

ALABAMA Overall Series: Alabama leads 4-0 YEAR 2001

2002

SITE Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. *Oklahoma City

W/L SCORE GAMES L 8-10 0-1 L 0-5 0-2 L 5-6 0-3 L 3-17 0-4

1988 1994 1995 1996 1997

ARIZONA Overall Series: Arizona leads 12-3

1998 YEAR 1963 1965 1968

1973 1976

1979

SITE Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz Tuscon, Ariz. Tuscon, Ariz. *Omaha. Neb. *Tuscon, Ariz.

W/L L W L L W L L W L L L L L L L

SCORE GAMES 7-10 0-1 9-5 1-1 5-6 1-2 2-11 1-3 7-5 2-3 6-9 2-4 1-15 2-5 4-3 3-5 0-5 3-6 1-7 3-7 3-6 3-8 1-14 3-9 8-9 3-10 2-10 3-11 1-8 3-12

1999

2000 2001 2002

2003

2005

2006

ARIZONA STATE Overall Series: Arizona State leads 47-18

2008 YEAR 1963 1965 1967

1968

1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

1975



SITE Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz Phoenix, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Riverside, Calif. *Omaha, Neb. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla *Omaha, Neb.

W/L L L L W L L L L W L L L L W L L L L W L W W L L

SCORE GAMES 0-8 0-1 4-5 0-2 2-10 0-3 1-0 1-3 0-3 1-4 0-1 1-5 2-9 1-6 3-13 1-7 6-5 2-7 2-4 2-8 2-8 2-9 4-5 (10) 2-10 0-5 2-11 12-3 3-11 5-14 3-12 0-1 3-13 8-9 (8) 3-14 3-4 (13) 3-15 11-4 4-15 3-4 4-16 10-6 5-16 11-2 6-16 3-4 6-17 0-1 6-18

Tempe. Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Norman, Okla Norman, Okla Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Las Vegas, Nev. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Taempe, Ariz. *Tempe, Ariz. *Omaha, Neb. *Omaha, Neb. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Norman, Okla. Tempe, Ariz. Norman, Okla. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Norman, Okla. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Surprise, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. *Tempe, Ariz. *Tempe, Ariz.

L 0-4 L 3-8 L 2-5 L 5-19 L 5-7 L 4-8 L 1-13 W 8-2 L 5-6 L 4-10 L 4-8 L 6-13 W 4-3 W 6-1 L 2-6 L 2-8 W 12-11 L 3-6 W 13-4 L 6-7 W 9-5 L 6-10 W 7-6 L 0-11 W 3-2 L 6-20 L 3-5 (11) W 6-3 L 4-6 W 7-5 W 6-5 L 3-10 L 2-10 L 5-7 L 4-5 L 1-5 L 5-6 L 8-7 W 15-8 L 3-15 L 0-12

6-19 6-20 6-21 6-22 6-23 6-24 6-25 7-25 7-26 7-27 7-28 7-29 8-29 9-29 9-30 9-31 10-31 10-32 11-32 11-33 12-33 12-34 13-34 13-35 14-35 14-36 14-37 15-37 15-38 16-38 17-38 17-39 17-40 17-41 17-42 17-43 17-44 17-45 18-45 18-46 18-47

2009

2010

YEAR 1970 1972 1977 1983

1987 1988 1989 1991 1993 1994 1996 2001 2002

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Fayettevile, Ark. Norman, Okla. Fayetteville, Ark. Norman, Okla. Fayetteville, Ark. Norman, Okla. Fayetteville, Ark. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla Fayetteville, Ark.

SCORE GAMES 2-1 (8) 1-0 2-5 1-1 3-2 2-1 4-3 3-1 2-5 3-2 4-3 4-2 11-4 5-2 3-14 5-3 2-7 5-4 11-12 5-5 11-3 6-5 3-2 7-5 2-11 7-6 0-8 7-7 11-2 8-7 8-9 8-8 4-5 8-9 7-1 9-9 6-9 9-10

5-8 7-8 6-17 0-11 5-2

9-11 9-12 9-13 9-14 10-14

W/L W W W W W W W L

SCORE GAMES 15-4 1-0 10-3 2-0 12-8 3-0 16-5 4-0 12-4 5-0 12-3 6-0 10-3 7-0 6-12 7-1

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L W W W W

SCORE GAMES 13-1 1-0 20-5 2-0 11-7 3-0 21-5 4-0 17-12 5-0 8-7 6-0 18-11 7-0 16-15 8-0 13-2 9-0 6-5 10-0 12-5 11-0 16-12 12-0 14-7 13-0 8-13 13-1 10-4 14-1 16-6 15-1 2-4 15-2 7-5 16-2 11-7 17-2 16-6 18-2 14-5 19-2

W/L W W W W W W

SCORE GAMES 21-8 1-0 20-0 2-0 8-2 3-0 9-3 4-0 26-3 5-0 16-1 6-0

Overall Series: OU leads 7-1 YEAR 1985 1986 1988 1990

1994 1999

SITE Ediburg, Texas Ediburg, Texas Ediburg, Texas Norman, Okla. Ediburg, Texas Ediburg, Texas *Austin, Texas Arlington, Texas

ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK Overall Series: OU leads 19-2 YEAR 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1997 1999 2002

2004 2009 2010

W/L W L W W L W W L L L W W L L W L L W L

L L L L W

ARKANSAS STATE

ARKANSAS Overall Series: Arkansas leads 14-10

*Wichita, Kan. Fayetteville, Ark. *Norman, Okla. *Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF Overall Series: OU leads 6-0 YEAR 2005 2008 2010

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

$ Conference Tournament Game * NCAA Tournament Game

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2005

AUBURN Overall Series: OU leads 4-1 YEAR 1992 1994 1995 1998

SITE Mobile, Ala. *Omaha, Neb. *OklahomaCity *Oklahoma City *Talahassee, Fla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 6-3 1-0 W 5-4 2-0 W 9-8 3-0 W 3-1 4-0 L 8-9 4-1

2006

2007

2008

AUGUSTANA Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1989

SITE Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE W 10-5

GAME 1-0

2009

2010

BAKER Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1983

SITE Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE W 9-2

GAME 1-0

Overall Series: OU leads 28-27# Big 12 Series: Tied 20-20

1986 1995

1996 1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004



SITE Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Edinburg, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Houston, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. $Arlington, Texas

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

3-5 5-2 2-6 5-6 5-2 10-4 2-4 5-4 2-5 6-7 11-2 3-2 3-7 4-2 12-4 11-8 7-6 3-8

18-20 19-20 19-21 19-22 20-22 21-22 21-23 22-23 22-24 22-25 23-25 24-25 24-26 25-26 26-26 27-26 28-26 28-27

BELMONT YEAR 1978

W/L L L W W L L W W W W W W L L W W L L L L W L L W L W L L W W L L L W W W L

SCORE 3-13 0-5 11-3 11-2 3-5 2-3 5-3 8-3 23-0 23-18 16-5 6-5 8-12 6-7 19-7 11-6 9-10 3-7 12-16 2-3 15-11 3-1 3-6 12-6 3-5 3-2 3-5 4-5 4-1 6-5 (11) 5-6 3-4 3-10 5-4 12-11 5-4 4-14 (7)

GAMES 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5 8-6 9-6 10-6 10-7 10-8 10-9 10-10 11-10 11-11 11-12 12-12 12-13 13-13 13-14 13-15 14-15 15-15 15-16 15-17 15-18 16-18 17-18 18-18 18-19

CAL-POLY Overall Series: Tied 1-1 YEAR 1986

SITE Nashville, Tenn.

W/L SCORE W 21-2

GAME 1-0

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 12-15 0-1 W 19-4 1-1

CAL SANTA BARBARA Overall Series: Cal-Santa Barbara leads 1-0 YEAR 1977

SITE Santa Barbara, Calif.

W/L SCORE L 10-12

GAME 0-1

CAL STATE FULLERTON Overall Series: Tied 4-4 YEAR 1975 1985

# Seven games played between 1942-1963, OU trails 4-3

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

BAYLOR

YEAR 1964 1975

Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas $Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Norman, Okla. $Oklahoma City

1994 1996 2000 2004 2005

SITE *Omaha, Neb. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Fullerton, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Oklahoma City Fullerton, Calif. Surprise, Ariz.

W/L W W L L L W W L

SCORE GAMES 11-4 1-0 6-2 2-0 4-12 2-1 1-4 2-2 5-11 2-3 4-3 3-3 5-1 (10) 4-3 0-7 4-4

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE

BRADLEY

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

Overall Series: Series tied 1-1 Games Played between 1942-1963

YEAR 2004

BETHANY NAZARENE Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

SITE Surprise, Ariz.

W/L SCORE W 4-2

GAME 1-0

CALIFORNIA Overall Series: OU leads 3-1

YEAR 1977

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 5-1 1-0 W 12-1 2-0

YEAR 1990

BETHUNE COOKMAN Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 2009

SITE Tampa, Fla.

2009 W/L SCORE GAMES W 5-4 1-0

BRIGHAM YOUNG YEAR 1971 1975 1976 1997

SITE Riverside, Calf. Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Tempe, Ariz.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 8-3 1-0 W 11-2 2-0 W 7-4 3-0 W 4-2 4-0 W 8-3 5-0 L 13-21 5-1

Overall Series: OU leads 4-0 YEAR 1981

SITE St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Overall Series: OU leads 15-0-1

1976 1978

1979 1980

BUFFALO

1981 W/L SCORE GAMES W 17-7 1-0 W 2-1 2-0 W 9-2 3-0 W 17-3 4-0

W/L SCORE GAMES W 9-5 1-0 W 9-8 2-0 L 14-16 2-1 W 9-6 3-1

CAMERON YEAR 1975

Overall Series: OU leads 5-1

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

1982 1984

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W W W W W W W W T W W W W W

SCORE 6-0 9-8 12-0 13-2 8-2 9-5 12-1 12-3 13-1 9-7 9-9 19-2 17-7 15-4 19-0 17-3

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

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CENTENARY Overall Series: OU leads 9-0 YEAR 1989 2001

2006

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Normna, Okla.

W/L W W W W W W W W W

SCORE GAMES 10-8 1-0 9-8 2-0 5-0 3-0 7-1 4-0 7-1 5-0 16-7 6-0 17-6 7-0 12-0 8-0 7-6 9-0

1991 1992 1999 2000

Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W W W W

15-10 15-4 9-8 8-1

10-0 11-0 12-0 13-0

W/L SCORE W 7-6 L 4-6

GAME 1-0 1-1

W/L SCORE W 10-0

GAME 1-0

W/L SCORE W 8-0

GAME 1-0

CLEMSON Overall Series: Tied 1-1 YEAR 1992 2010

SITE *Starkeville, Miss. *Omaha, Neb.

COLORADO STATE Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

CENTRAL ARKANSAS YEAR 1991

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 2009

SITE Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 12-6 1-0

SITE San Jose, Cal.

COLORADO WESTERN Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE YEAR 1969

Overall Series: C. Conn. State leads 1-0 YEAR 2004

SITE *Oklahoma City

W/L SCORE W 6-1

GAME 1-0

SITE Tempe, Ariz.

Overall Series: OU leads 8-5 Overall Series: OU leads 63-25#

YEAR 1989 1997 1998

SITE Orlando, Fla. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas

YEAR 1962 W/L SCORE GAMES L 8-9 0-1 W 6-4 1-1 W 5-3 2-1

1964

1965

CENTRAL MICHIGAN Overall Series: OU leads 9-3 YEAR 1975 1976 1984 1986 1987 1992

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W W L W W L L W W W

SCORE GAMES 5-3 1-0 9-1 2-0 3-0 3-0 13-2 4-0 1-2 4-1 12-4 5-1 3-2 6-1 1-9 6-2 1-2 6-3 7-1 7-3 10-3 8-3 15-4 9-3

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA 1971

Overall Series: OU leads 13-0 YEAR 1973

1974 1975 1976 1976 1982

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W W W W W W W

SCORE GAMES 10-1 1-0 9-4 2-0 12-0 3-0 13-3 4-0 14-0 5-0 9-0 6-0 5-4 7-0 14-4 8-0 21-0 9-0

1972

1973

1974

1975



CREIGHTON

COLORADO

CENTRAL FLORIDA Overall Series: OU leads 2-1

Boulder, Colo. W 8-2 24-14 Boulder, Colo. W 10-6 25-14 1976 Norman, Okla. W 14-2 26-14 Oklahoma City L 0-3 26-15 Norman, Okla. W 15-0 27-15 Norman, Okla W 11-1 28-15 1977 Norman, Okla. W 9-1 29-15 Norman, Okla. W 7-3 30-15 Norman, Okla. W 7-1 31-15 Norman, Okla. W 4-3 32-15 1978 Boulder, Colo. W 30-2 33-15 Boulder, Colo. W 7-0 34-15 Boulder, Colo. W 8-7 35-15 Boulder, Colo. W 13-2 36-15 1979 Norman, Okla. W 10-2 37-15 Norman, Okla. W 12-6 38-15 Norman, Okla. W 10-0 39-15 Norman, Okla. W 9-1 40-15 1980 Boulder, Colo. W 4-3 41-15 Boulder, Colo. W 9-2 42-15 # 31 Games Played Between 1942-1963, OU leads 21-10

SITE Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Boulder, Colo.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 2-1 1-0 L 0-7 1-1 W 13-12 2-1 L 4-5 2-2 W 10-8 3-2 L 6-10 3-3 W 10-1 4-3 L 5-6 4-4 W 5-4 5-4 L 0-1(8) 5-5 L 1-3(8) 5-6 L 12-13(10) 5-7 W 5-2 6-7 W 10-3 7-7 W 10-3 8-7 W 12-11 9-7 L 6-10 9-8 W 12-9 10-8 W 6-4 11-8 W 7-5 12-8 W 10-1 13-8 L 2-6 13-9 W 6-0 14-9 W 5-1 15-9 W 4-2 16-9 L 2-4 16-10 W 8-7 17-10 W 10-4 18-10 W 8-3 19-10 L 1-11 19-11 W 12-2 20-11 L 5-8 20-12 L 4-5(10) 20-13 W 2-0 21-13 W 8-1 22-13 L 2-8 22-14 W 7-4 23-14

YEAR 1973 1982 1991 1994 2001 2004

2007

SITE *Tulsa, Okla. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Norman, Okla. Omaha, Neb. Houston, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 8-1 1-0 W 8-7 2-0 W 9-1 3-0 W 17-12 4-0 L 2-5 4-1 W 8-0 5-1 L 12-14 5-2 L 3-9 5-3 L 2-3 5-4 W 6-1 6-4 L 7-9 6-5 W 4-2 7-5 W 8-2 8-5

DALLAS BAPTIST Overall Series: OU leads 21-2 YEAR 1978 1980 1984

1985 1986 1987 1988

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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SCORE GAMES 12-3 1-0 11-5 2-0 12-1 3-0 7-3 4-0 8-2 5-0 5-3 6-0 5-3 7-0 8-1 8-0 7-1 9-0 12-1 10-0 14-5 11-0 13-12 12-0 13-4 13-0 13-2 14-0

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Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Frisco, Texas Norman, Okla. Dallas, Texas Norman, Okla.

L W L W W W W W W

5-7 7-5 3-9 9-7 2-1 3-1 8-4 8-4 14-0

14-1 15-1 15-2 16-2 17-2 18-2 19-2 20-2 21-2

DALLAS UNIVERSITY Overall Series: OU leads 4-0 YEAR 1972 1976

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 15-1 1-0 W 6-0 2-0 W 6-1 3-0 W 12-0 4-0

EASTERN KENTUCKY

FRIENDS

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

Overall Series: OU leads 7-0

YEAR 1986

SITE Nashville, Tenn.

W/L SCORE W 9-5

GAME 1-0

DELAWARE YEAR 1998

SITE *Tallahassee, Fla.

W/L SCORE W 6-3

GAME 1-0

DENVER Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1973

SITE Tucson, Ariz.

W/L SCORE W 9-5

GAME 1-0

YEAR 1971 1972 1973

YEAR 1975 1982 1991 1997

SITE *Omaha, Neb. *Austin, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Tempe, AZ.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 7-0 1-0 L 2-9 1-1 W 19-5 2-1 W 5-4 3-1 L 9-12 3-2

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 2-0 1-0 W 4-0 2-0 W 7-4 3-0 W 8-6 4-0 W 5-0 5-0 W 2-0 6-0 W 5-0 7-0

FORT HAYS STATE Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1987

ECKERD

SITE Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE W 12-2

GAME 1-0

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

GEORGIA TECH SITE St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 6-4 1-0 W 7-1 2-0

Overall Series: OU leads 6-0 YEAR 1988

EMPORIA STATE 1994

Overall Series: OU Leads 10-0 YEAR 1987

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

GAME 1-0

Overall Series: OU leads 3-2

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1978

W/L SCORE W 21-14

EASTERN MICHIGAN

YEAR 1981

DAVID LIPSCOMB

SITE *Baton Rouge, La.

1990 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W W W W W W W W

SCORE GAMES 14-8 1-0 8-2 2-0 10-3 3-0 11-8 4-0 12-3 5-0 8-1 6-0 3-0 7-0 18-6 8-0 19-0 9-0 10-3 10-0

1999 2004

SITE Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Fullerton, Calif. *Omaha, Neb. Orlando, Fla. Fullerton, Calif.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 6-4 1-0 W 3-2 2-0 W 8-6 3-0 W 13-5 4-0 W 12-0 5-0 W 6-2 6-0

GONZAGA Overall Series: Gonzaga Leads 2-1 YEAR 1991 2004 2005

SITE San Jose, Calif. Surprise, Ariz. Surprise, Ariz.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 4-1 1-0 L 5-15 1-1 L 5-8 1-2

GRAMBLING DETROIT MERCY

EVANSVILLE

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

YEAR 1983

SITE Detroit, Mich.

W/L SCORE W 18-0

GAME 1-0

YEAR 1995

SITE Norman, Okla.

Overall Series: OU Leads 1-0

W/L SCORE W 14-13

GAME 1-0

YEAR 1985

SITE *Austin, Texas

W/L SCORE W 5-2

GAME 1-0

GRAND CANYON EAST CENTRAL

FLORIDA SOUTHERN

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

YEAR 1980

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 5-2 1-0 W 9-6 2-0

EASTERN ILLINOIS

YEAR 1983

SITE Lakeland, Fla.

Overall Series: OU Leads 2-0

W/L SCORE W 9-0

GAME 1-0

YEAR 1979

SITE Phoenix, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz.

FLORIDA STATE

HARDIN SIMMONS

Overall Series: Florida State leads 2-1

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

YEAR 1982 1995 1998

YEAR 1989

W/L SCORE GAMES W 7-6 1-0 W 10-9 2-0

Overall Series: OU leads 8-1 YEAR 1992

1997 2005

2009



SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Tampa, Fla.

W/L W W W W W W W W L

SCORE GAMES 5-3 1-0 15-6 2-0 15-5 3-0 9-2 4-0 9-7 5-0 19-3 6-0 10-7 7-0 6-1 8-0 6-8 8-1

SITE *Austin, Texas *Omaha, Neb. *Tallahasse, Fla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 6-5 1-0 L 2-3 1-1 L 2-23 1-2

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 6-2 1-0 W 9-8 2-0

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HAWAII Overall Series: Hawaii leads 15-13 YEAR 1975

1977

1978

1979 1980

1982

SITE Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii *Tucson, Ariz. Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii

W/L W W W W W W L L L L W L L L L L L L W L W L W W L L W W

SCORE GAMES 11-4 1-0 23-6 2-0 4-2 3-0 10-4 4-0 4-0 5-0 4-3 6-0 4-9 6-1 2-10 6-2 2-5 6-3 3-4 6-4 7-4 7-4 3-4 7-5 1-2 7-6 3-5 7-7 4-5 7-8 0-5 7-9 8-12 7-10 2-3 7-11 2-1 8-11 1-11 8-12 1-0 9-12 7-8 9-13 6-5 10-13 9-2 11-13 3-7 11-14 0-4 11-15 14-4 12-15 4-0 13-15

Overall Series: OU leads 2-1 SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W L

SCORE GAMES 19-5 1-0 21-0 2-0 8-12 2-1

Overall Series: OU leads 20-7

1953

1975 1976 1985 1986 1993 1994 1995 1996



SITE *Houston, Texas *Houston, Texas *Houston, Texas *Houston, Texas *Houston, Texas *Houston, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. New Orleans, LA. Ediburg, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 5-2 1-0 W 6-5 2-0 W 2-1 3-0 W 7-4 4-0 L 7-8 4-1 L 3-5 4-2 W 8-1 5-2 W 5-4 6-2 L 2-6 6-3 W 7-0 7-3 W 15-7 8-3 W 9-3 9-3 L 8-9 9-4 W 14-13 10-4 W 7-3 11-4 L 3-8 11-5 W 4-3 12-5 W 7-6 13-5 L 3-9 13-6

Norman, Okla. Houston, Texas Houston, texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Norman, Okla. *Norman, Okla. Houston, Texas

W L W W W W W W

7-6 4-5 5-4 6-1 3-1 5-2 8-6 8-5

14-6 14-7 15-7 16-7 17-7 18-7 19-7 20-7

1965

1967

1968

HOUSTON BAPTIST 1969

Overall Series: OU leads 3-0 YEAR 2009 2010

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 10-1 1-0 W 6-0 2-0 W 9-1 3-0

1970

1971

ILLINIOIS Overall Series: OU leads 6-2 1972 YEAR 1981

1982 1990

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 5-2 1-0 W 7-0 2-0 W 16-6 3-0 W 21-3 4-0 W 3-2 5-0 W 5-3 6-0 L 5-8 6-1 L 2-9 6-2

1973

1974

1975

INDIANA 1976

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0 SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 2-1 1-0 W 10-0 2-0

1979 1980

INDIANA STATE 1981

Overall Series: OU leads 4-1 YEAR 1979 1983

HOUSTON YEAR 1951

2006 2008

YEAR 1975

HOWARD YEAR 1997 1998

1997 1998 1999 2000

1995 2006

SITE *Tuscon, Ariz. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. *Oklahoma City Millington, Tenn.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 9-2 1-0 W 8-6 2-0 L 0-16 2-1 W 9-6 3-1 W 6-3 4-1

1982

1983

IOWA Overall Series: OU Leads 1-0 YEAR 1974

SITE Tempe, Ariz.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 8-4 1-0

IOWA STATE

1984 1985

Overall Series: OU leads 113-49# YEAR 1962

1963

1964

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 2-5 0-1 L 5-6 0-2 W 1-0 1-2 W 7-4 2-2 L 2-4 2-3 L 9-10 2-4 W 6-5 3-4 W 6-5 4-4

1986

1986 1987

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Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. *Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W 5-1 L 1-10 L 5-6 L 1-9 W 7-6 (11) W 6-3 (8) L 3-1 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 7-9 W 5-3 W 6-1 L 2-4 L 2-8 L 5-6 W 7-3 W 4-1 L 6-7 W 5-1 L 1-4 W 9-1 W 12-2 W 18-9 W 6-0 W 9-4 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 6-0 L 4-6 L 0-1 W 5-3 W 6-0 L 3-4 W 9-4 L 5-13 W 4-2 W 8-5 W 10-7 W 4-1 L 5-6 W 11-4 W 5-3 L 4-5 W 12-4 W 9-4 W 3-0 W 11-10 W 9-3 W 20-11 W 16-9 W 7-6 W 14-7 W 9-2 W 7-2 W 12-2 W 12-2 W 3-0 W 5-0 W 7-3 L 2-3 W 6-5 W 14-13 W 6-1 W 19-11 W 8-7

5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 6-7 7-7 7-8 7-9 7-10 7-11 8-11 9-11 9-12 9-13 9-14 10-14 11-14 11-15 12-15 12-16 13-16 14-16 15-16 16-16 17-16 18-16 19-16 20-16 20-17 20-18 21-18 22-18 23-18 24-18 24-19 25-19 26-19 27-19 28-19 28-20 29-20 30-20 30-21 31-21 32-21 33-21 34-21 35-21 36-21 37-21 38-21 39-21 40-21 41-21 42-21 43-21 44-21 45-21 46-21 46-22 47-22 48-22 49-22 50-22 51-22

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IOWA STATE (CONTINUED) Ames, Iowa W 13-8 52-23 Ames, Iowa L 10-11 52-24 Ames, Iowa L 3-13 52-25 Ames, Iowa W 5-2 53-25 1989 Norman, Okla. W 7-4 54-25 Norman, Okla. W 4-3 55-25 Norman, Okla. W 6-5 56-25 Norman, Okla. W 14-5 57-25 *Oklahoma, City W 14-12 58-25 1990 Ames, Iowa L 1-5 58-26 Ames, Iowa W 7-6 59-26 Ames, Iowa W 14-4 60-27 Ames, Iowa L 4-7 60-28 1991 Norman, Okla. W 13-12 61-28 Norman, Okla. W 7-3 62-28 Norman, Okla. L 11-12 62-29 Norman, Okla. W 11-0 63-29 1992 Ames, Iowa W 14-1 64-29 Ames, Iowa L 2-4 64-30 Ames, Iowa W 8-0 65-30 Ames, Iowa W 5-1 66-30 Oklahoma City W 5-1 67-30 1993 Ames, Iowa W 8-3 67-30 Ames, Iowa W 4-2 68-30 1994 Norman, Okla. W 6-1 69-30 Norman, Okla. W 9-3 70-30 $Oklahoma City W 5-3 71-30 1995 Norman, Okla. W 9-7 72-30 Norman, Okla. W 11-1 73-30 Norman, Okla. L 8-9 73-31 1996 Ames, Iowa W 11-10 74-31 Ames, Iowa W 4-3 75-31 Ames, Iowa L 5-8 75-32 $Oklahoma City W 14-4 76-32 1997 Norman, Okla. W 7-4 77-32 Norman, Okla. W 8-1 78-32 Norman, Okla. L 4-7 78-33 1998 Ames, Iowa W 8-4 79-33 1999 Norman, Okla. W 4-3 80-33 Norman, Okla. W 12-5 81-33 Norman, Okla. W 16-9 82-33 2000 Ames, Iowa W 12-11 83-33 Ames, Iowa L 11-12 83-34 Ames, Iowa W 5-3 84-34 2001 Norman, Okla. W 8-5 85-34 Norman, Okla. W 7-5 86-34 Norman, Okla. W 4-2 87-34 # 41 games played between 1942-1963, OU leads 26-15

1983

1988

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KANSAS

YEAR 1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967 1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

JACKSONVILLE Overall Series: JU leads 1-0 YEAR 2010

SITE Jacksonville, Fla.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 3-4 0-1

1977 1978 1979 1980

JOHN BROWN Overall Series: OU Leads 3-1

1981 YEAR 1978 1980



SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 4-1 1-0 W 4-3 2-0 L 8-11 2-1 W 13-2 3-1

1985

Overall Series: OU leads 120-62-1# Big 12 Series: OU leads 27-15

1982

SITE Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrnece, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrnece, Kan. Lawrnece, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. *Oklahoma City *Oklahoma City Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan.

W/L L L L W W W L W W W L W W W W W L L W W L W W W W W W L W W W L L W W W W W W W W W W L L L L W L W L W W L

SCORE 6-10 0-12 4-7 3-2 5-0 2-1 (10) 0-7 (7) 8-5 (7) 14-3 6-4 2-3 3-2 5-1 (8) 6-3 6-0 3-2 2-3 2-3 3-1 7-3 0-3 5-0 3-1 4-3 2-0 2-1 7-2 1-5 7-5 2-0 1-0 0-2 6-7 9-2 5-2 25-1 9-0 3-1 7-1 13-0 9-3 5-0 2-1 0-4 3-6 6-12 4-8 5-2 0-4 3-2 2-3 13-10 5-3 2-6

GAMES 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 8-5 9-5 10-5 11-5 11-6 11-7 12-7 13-7 13-8 14-8 15-8 16-8 17-8 18-8 19-8 19-9 20-9 21-9 22-9 22-10 22-11 23-11 24-11 25-11 26-11 27-11 28-11 29-11 30-11 31-11 32-11 32-12 32-13 32-14 32-15 33-15 33-16 34-16 34-17 35-17 36-17 36-18

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Edinburg, Texas Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. $Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan.

L 8-9 W 10-9 L 0-1 W 5-4 W 7-2 W 19-0 W 5-0 W 12-2 W 16-2 L 3-4 W 5-4 W 13-7 L 9-10 W 11-7 W 6-0 W 11-0 W 9-2 W 20-9 W 16-5 W 10-8 L 0-3 W 4-0 L 8-12 W 15-4 W 10-1 W 6-5 W 8-3 L 1-6 L 4-7 L 10-15 W 9-6 L 3-5 L 2-4 W 3-1 W 11-10 W 10-4 W 6-0 W 7-5 L 3-15 L 9-15 W 16-10 L 10-12 L 2-4 L 0-4 L 4-14 L 7-9 L 4-6 L 1-2 W 9-7 W 21-7 W 12-1 L 5-7 W 21-8 L 5-6 W 7-1 L 1-2 (12) W 10-7 W 4-3 W 11-0 L 9-10 W 7-6 W 11-5 W 13-12 W 13-4 L 11-20

36-19 37-19 37-20 38-20 39-20 40-20 41-20 42-20 43-20 43-21 44-21 45-21 45-22 46-22 47-22 48-22 49-22 50-22 51-22 52-22 52-23 53-23 53-24 54-24 55-24 56-24 57-24 57-25 57-26 57-27 58-27 58-28 58-29 59-29 60-29 61-29 62-29 63-29 63-30 63-31 64-31 64-32 64-33 64-34 64-35 64-36 64-37 64-38 65-38 66-38 67-38 67-39 68-39 68-40 69-40 69-41 70-41 71-41 72-41 72-42 73-42 74-42 75-42 76-42 76-43

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1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

W 14-11 77-43 W 9-3 78-43 W 10-6 (10) 79-43 L 5-10 (11) 79-44 W 6-5 80-44 W 4-2 81-44 L 4-10 81-45 W 10-9 82-45 W 4-3 83-45 W 10-4 84-45 W 8-3 85-45 L 1-4 85-46 W 6-3 86-46 L 4-11 86-47 W 10-8 87-47 L 6-16 (8) 87-48 W 8-2 88-48 W 5-4 89-48 W 5-2 90-48 W 7-5 91-48 W 11-9 92-48 L 3-9 92-49 W 11-9 93-49 W 17-2 94-49 L 5-7 94-50 L 2-7 94-51 W 8-0 95-51 L 3-6 95-52 L 4-9 95-53 L 15-17 95-54 L 10-13 95-55 L 4-9 95-56 L 4-5 95-57 L 5-9 95-58 W 10-9 96-58 W 14-4 97-58 W 8-7 98-58 W 9-6 99-58 W 3-2 100-58

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1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1976 1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

KANSAS STATE Overall Series: OU leads 145-49# Big 12 Series: OU leads 32-9 YEAR 1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967



SITE Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla.

1982 W/L W W W W W W L W W L L W L W W W

SCORE GAMES 1-0 1-0 4-0 2-0 8-6 3-0 6-2 (11) 4-0 3-2 5-0 5-1 6-0 0-1 (15) 6-1 2-0 (7) 7-1 5-4 (15) 8-1 2-5 8-2 0-1 8-3 8-1 8-4 0-5 8-5 6-4 9-5 3-2 10-5 2-0 (7) 11-5

1983

1984

1985

1986

Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. *Oklaham City Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Edinburg, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

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4-3 (7) 2-7 8-6 7-14 4-6 8-4 8-4 3-11 8-10 4-7 4-3 2-3 5-1 0-4 6-2 6-4 12-6 7-1 5-4 2-1 4-5 3-0 7-1 13-1 6-5 5-0 4-2 3-5 9-1 2-1 11-1 3-2 4-6 6-1 4-3 15-1 7-0 10-4 1-3 10-4 12-2 17-3 14-3 15-0 4-5 21-11 7-5 9-3 5-1 6-5 4-0 8-5 4-3 6-2 3-2 15-3 12-2 15-0 6-4 10-0 2-0 9-8 12-5 7-5 4-2

12-5 12-6 13-6 13-7 13-8 14-8 15-8 15-9 15-10 15-11 16-11 16-12 17-12 17-13 18-13 19-13 20-13 21-13 22-13 23-13 23-14 24-14 25-14 26-14 27-14 28-14 29-14 29-15 30-15 31-15 32-15 33-15 33-16 34-16 35-16 36-16 37-16 38-16 38-17 39-17 40-17 41-17 42-17 43-17 43-18 44-18 45-18 46-18 47-18 48-18 49-18 50-18 51-18 52-18 53-18 54-18 55-18 56-18 57-18 58-18 59-18 60-18 61-18 62-18 63-18

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W 10-2 W 27-22 W 13-6 W 7-3 W 11-0 W 8-7 W 11-9 L 2-3 W 9-5 W 12-6 W 9-1 L 1-12 W 6-3 W 12-3 L 13-15 L 0-4 L 6-10 L 1-2 W 8-2 L 1-7 W 8-7 W 5-3 W 5-0 W 11-2 W 7-2 L 2-7 L 11-14 W 17-3 W 9-8 W 11-7 W 6-1 W 6-0 W 7-3 L 14-16 L 1-7 L 9-14 W 6-1 W 10-7 W 7-3 W 13-12 W 12-10 L 2-8 L 3-7 W 10-7 W 5-3 W 10-1 W 9-1 W 24-9 W 10-0 L 2-7 W 14-1 W 11-4 W 6-4 W 4-1 W 11-7 L 3-5 L 2-5 W 6-2 W 15-10 W 6-4 W 11-0 (8) L 2-8 W 10-8 W 22-6 W 21-6

64-18 65-18 66-18 67-18 68-18 69-18 70-18 70-19 71-19 72-19 73-19 73-20 74-20 75-20 75-21 75-22 75-23 75-24 76-24 76-25 77-25 78-25 79-25 80-25 81-25 81-26 81-27 82-27 83-27 84-27 85-27 86-27 87-27 87-28 87-29 87-30 88-30 89-30 90-30 91-30 92-30 92-31 93-31 94-31 95-31 96-31 97-31 98-31 99-31 99-32 100-32 101-32 102-32 103-32 104-32 104-33 104-34 105-34 106-34 107-34 108-34 108-35 109-35 110-35 111-35

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KANSAS WESLEYAN Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1987

SITE Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE W 17-7

GAME 1-0

KEARNEY STATE Overall Series: OU leads 9-0 YEAR 1988 1990 1991 1992

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W W W W W W W

SCORE GAMES 8-6 1-0 14-9 2-0 13-3 3-0 8-2 4-0 20-0 5-0 25-11 6-0 7-0 7-0 11-4 8-0 8-7 9-0

2003 2006

YEAR 1990

W/L SCORE GAMES W 13-9 1-0

YEAR 1987

SITE Las Vegas, Nev.

YEAR 1979

SITE Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz.

1991 1993 2002

GAME 1-0

SITE *Tucson, Ariz. *Baton Rouge, La. Houston, Texas

Overall Series: Series tied 2-2 YEAR 1962

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. *Tucson, Ariz. *Tucson, Ariz.

LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN YEAR 1975

W/L SCORE GAMES W 20-2 1-0 W 10-3 2-0

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 17-4 1-0 W 8-6 2-0

MAINE Overall Series: OU leads 3-2 YEAR 1984

W/L SCORE GAMES L 4-11 0-1 L 0-1 0-2 W 2-1 1-2

1996 2005

SITE Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Austin, Texas *Oxford, Miss.

LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE

MANKATO STATE

Overall Series: Louisianna Lafayette leads 3-1

Overall Series: OU leads 3-0

YEAR 1983 2000

YEAR 1985

SITE Lakeland, Fla. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 1-6 0-1 W 4-1 1-1 W 5-2 2-1 L 5-6 2-2

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

Overall Series: Long Beach State leads 2-1

W/L SCORE GAMES W 9-3 1-0 L 3-8 1-1 L 1-4 1-2 L 2-3 1-3

1987

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla, Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 3-4 0-1 W 4-2 1-1 L 2-6 1-2 W 6-4 2-2 W 11-10 3-2

W/L SCORE GAMES W 7-2 1-0 W 19-3 2-0 W 17-5 3-0

MARYLAND

LOUISIANA STATE

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

Overall Series: Louisiana State leads 6-3 YEAR 1962 1972

1986 1989 1991 1997

SITE Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 4-5 (11) 0-1 L 1-9 0-2 W 9-1 1-2

Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. *Baton Rouge, La. New Orleans, La. *Baton Rouge, La. *Baton Rouge, La.

L W L W L L

Overall Series: OU leads 7-1 SCORE GAMES 11-1 1-0 3-5 1-1 3-4 1-2 9-1 2-2 5-7 2-3 7-8 2-4 17-8 3-4 2-6 3-5 4-8 3-6 10-1 4-6

W/L SCORE W 12-10

LONG BEACH STATE YEAR 1989 1997 2006

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

1989

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

Overall Series: Lamar leads 8-6 W/L W L L W L L W L L W

5-6 5-7 5-8 6-8

LINFIELD COLLEGE

LOUISIANA TECH

SITE Waco, Texas Edinburg, Texas *Austin, Texas *Austin, Texas *Austin, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lake Charles, La. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

12-8 3-7 9-21 11-4

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

LAMAR YEAR 1975 1983 1984 1985



SITE Edinburg, Texas

W L L W

LEWIS-CLARK STATE

LAFAYETTE (PENN.) Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

Norman, Okla. Beaumont, Texas Edinburg, Texas Houston, Texas

YEAR 1973

1976 1979 1990 1993

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Norman, Okla. Lake Charles, La.

0-1 3-1 5-8 9-7 3-4 3-14

1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6

YEAR 1999

W/L SCORE W 10-9

GAME 1-0

W/L SCORE W 4-1

GAME 1-0

MARYMOUNT COLLEGE Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1983

SITE Norman, Okla.

MASSACHUSETTS Overall Series: OU leads 2-0 YEAR 2010 2010

W/L SCORE GAMES W 16-6 1-0 W 13-2 2-0 W 5-2 3-0 W 6-4 4-0 W 9-2 5-0 L 3-6 5-1 W 7-6 6-1 W 2-0 7-1

SITE Orlando, Fla.

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 4-2 1-0 W 8-4 2-0

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MICHIGAN STATE

Overall Series: OU leads 9-1

Overall Series: Tied 2-2

YEAR 1991 1993 1998

2000 2002

SITE Norman, Okla. Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W L W W W W W W W W

SCORE GAMES 6-3 1-0 3-8 1-1 2-1 2-1 9-5 3-1 14-13 4-1 12-8 5-1 15-5 6-1 12-9 7-1 7-2 8-1 4-2 9-1

MEMPHIS

YEAR 1992 2007

YEAR 1981 1982

W/L SCORE L 1-2 L 3-4 W 14-6 W 9-2

GAME 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2

1965

1966

1967

SITE Norman, Okl.a Norman, Okla, Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W L W L

SCORE GAMES 9-7 1-0 13-3 2-0 14-3 3-0 5-6 3-1 12-8 4-1 12-13 4-2

1968

1969 1970 1971

MINNESOTA Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 1972 YEAR 1973

MIAMI (Fla.)

GAME 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2

Overall Series: OU leads 4-2

1983 SITE Millington, Tenn. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE L 7-8 L 3-4 W 7-2 W 5-0

MIDWESTERN

Overall Series: Tied 2-2 YEAR 2006 2010

SITE El Paso, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

1964

SITE *Omaha, Neb.`

W/L SCORE GAMES L 0-1 8-10-1 1973

Overall Series: OU leads 2-1

MINNESOTA-MORRIS YEAR 1974 1976 1985

SITE *Omaha, Neb. *Arlington, Texas Oklahoma City

W/L SCORE GAMES L 1-5 0-1 W 11-3 1-1 W 7-1 2-1

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0 1974 YEAR 1974

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 12-0 1-0 W 13-3 2-0

1975

MIAMI (OHIO) MISSISSIPPI

Overall Series: Miami leads 1-0

1976

Overall Series: Mississippi leads 4-2 YEAR 1978

SITE Nashville, Tenn.

W/L SCORE L 3-4

GAME 0-1

MICHIGAN

YEAR 1992 1994

Overall Series: OU leads 12-3 YEAR 1977 1987 1990 1993

1996

1998 2003

2007

SITE *Norman, Okla *Norman, Okla. Edinburg, Texas Las Vegas, Nev. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. San Diego, Calif.

W/L W L W W W W W W W W W L W W L

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SCORE GAMES 3-1 1-0 2-5 1-1 8-0 2-1 9-4 3-1 10-4 4-1 9-2 5-1 18-9 6-1 14-2 7-1 7-4 8-1 13-8 9-1 21-11 10-1 12-16 10-2 5-2 11-2 5-4 12-2 5-8 12-3

1995 2005

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Oxford, Miss. *Oxford, Miss. *Oxford, Miss.

W/L L W L W L L

SCORE GAMES 8-11 0-1 6-5 1-1 9-13 1-2 6-5 2-2 3-7 2-3 5-20 2-4

1977 1978 1979

MISSISSIPPI STATE 1980

Overall Series: OU leads 2-1 YEAR 1992 2010

SITE *Starkville, Miss. *Starkville, Miss. Corpus Christi, Texas

W/L SCORE GAMES L 6-9 0-1 W 10-6 1-1 W 16-5 2-1

1982 1983

MISSOURI Overall Series: OU leads 126-83# Big 12 Series: OU leads 27-14 YEAR 1962

1963

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

1981

W/L SCORE GAMES W 13-10 1-0 L 1-5 1-1 L 6-9 1-2 W 3-2 2-2 L 2-5 2-3 L 1-8 2-4

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1-4 1-3 0-1 2-10 1-12 1-9 6-4 3-0 3-0 1-2 2-3 1-2 3-2 1-0 8-1 8-1 8-6 4-3 2-3 1-2 5-7 1-0 5-2 4-2 3-7 7-0 3-0 4-3 4-5 7-0 17-14 7-1 13-1 5-3 6-3 2-6 2-4 8-0 3-5 13-6 16-6 3-4 0-6 5-3 10-7 4-7 6-11 1-6 1-3 4-6 3-6 4-6 5-4 8-6 7-8 6-7 7-4 9-4 1-3 6-4 17-12 7-5 17-6 4-8

2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 3-10 4-10 5-10 5-11 5-12 5-13 6-13 7-13 8-13 9-13 10-13 11-13 11-14 11-15 11-16 12-16 13-16 14-16 14-17 15-17 16-17 17-17 17-18 18-18 19-18 20-18 21-18 22-18 23-18 23-19 23-20 24-20 24-21 25-21 26-21 26-21 26-22 27-22 28-22 28-23 28-24 28-25 28-26 28-27 28-28 28-29 29-29 30-29 30-30 30-31 31-31 32-31 32-32 33-32 34-32 35-32 36-32 36-33

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19-9 11-7 8-3 18-8 16-7 14-8 5-3 2-3 11-8 12-2 2-3 4-1 19-7 10-4 12-6 7-2 7-3 17-3 5-2 2-5 8-10 6-8 6-5 3-5 5-6 6-5 3-1 4-6 1-5 7-11 9-3 5-0 8-4 11-7 4-6 4-5 5-4 11-5 0-12 6-9 7-1 7-4 5-4 7-6 4-1 7-6 15-2 8-7 15-3 8-0 13-7 5-1 2-17 8-2 4-7 8-5 11-20 7-1 3-4 16-7 9-7 6-14 14-3 4-2

37-33 38-33 39-33 40-33 41-33 42-33 43-33 43-33 44-33 45-33 45-34 46-34 47-34 48-34 49-34 50-34 51-34 52-34 53-34 53-35 53-36 53-37 54-37 54-38 54-39 55-39 56-39 56-40 56-41 56-42 57-42 58-42 59-42 60-42 60-43 60-44 61-44 62-45 62-46 62-47 63-47 64-47 65-47 66-47 67-47 68-47 69-47 70-47 71-47 72-47 73-47 74-47 74-48 75-48 75-49 76-49 76-50 77-50 77-51 78-51 79-51 79-52 80-52 81-52

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L 2-4 81-53 L 2-5 81-54 W 11-3 82-54 W 11-7 83-54 W 9-4 84-54 W 6-0 85-54 W 13-9 86-54 W 9-6 87-54 W 10-9 (12) 88-54 W 9-8 89-54 W 16-10 90-54 L 1-6 90-55 L 6-7 90-56 W 7-0 91-56 W 3-2 92-56 W 8-5 93-56 W 4-3 94-56 L 5-9 94-57 W 2-1 (10) 95-57 L 6-10 95-58 L 4-6 95-59 L 7-8 95-60 W 6-4 96-60 W 8-6 97-60 W 7-6 98-60 L 3-13 98-61 W 5-0 99-61 L 8-10 99-62 W 7-2 100-62 L 4-9 100-63 L 5-6 100-64 W 22-4 101-64 W 4-3 102-64 W 2-1 103-64 W 7-4 104-64 L 4-5 104-65 L 4-5 104-66 W 6-4 105-66 W 10-4 106-66 L 11-12 106-67

MISSOURI ROLLA Overall Series: OU leads 3-0 YEAR 1973

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0 YEAR 1985

YEAR 1978

2000

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000

SCORE GAMES 6-2 1-0 5-2 2-0 6-4 3-0 10-4 4-0 11-6 5-0 4-5 5-1 14-0 6-1 9-1 7-1 12-4 8-1 1-0 9-1 13-7 10-1 20-2 11-1 20-7 12-1 19-7 13-1 7-1 14-1

SITE Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 2-1 1-0 W 1-0 2-0 W 4-3 3-0 W 6-4 4-0 L 6-11 4-1 W 7-1 5-1

NEVADA Overall Series: Nevada leads 0-1 YEAR 2005

SITE Fullerton, Calif.

W/L SCORE L 10-14

GAME 0-1

NEBRASKA Overall Series: OU leads 115-94-1# Big 12 Series: Nebraska leads 26-15-1 YEAR 1962

1964

W/L W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W

W/L SCORE GAMES W 11-0 1-0 W 9-1 2-0

Overall Series: OU leads 5-1

Overall Series: OU leads 14-1 SITE Norman, Okla. Edinburg, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

SITE Edinburg, Fla. Edinburg, Fla.

MURRAY STATE

1963

YEAR 1988 1990

W/L SCORE GAMES W 4-0 1-0 W 12-3 2-0 W 23-0 3-0

MORNINGSIDE

# 36 Games Played between 1942-1963, OU leads 20-16

MISSOURI SOUTHERN

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970 1971

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla Norman, Okla. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L L L L W W W W W W L L L W L W L W W W W L W W W W L W W

SCORE GAMES 2-5 0-1 6-12 0-2 4-5 0-3 9-2 1-3 2-0 (7) 2-3 7-1 3-3 6-1 (7) 4-3 7-0 (7) 5-3 12-2 6-3 0-2 6-4 1-3 6-5 2-3 6-6 3-0 7-6 1-3 7-7 4-3 8-7 2-5 8-8 2-1 9-8 9-6 10-8 6-4 11-8 5-4 12-8 1-2 12-9 6-3 13-9 1-0 14-9 3-1 15-9 4-1 16-9 6-8 16-10 3-1 17-10 12-1 18-10

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

1-0 5-9 0-2 1-0 11-0 5-4 3-1 4-3 8-3 4-2 1-0 4-1 15-5 0-5 1-9 7-6 9-7 6-5 6-9 6-13 5-2 10-15 0-5 4-6 12-8 8-2 1-3 4-7 4-3 10-5 2-1 16-27 7-1 2-4 6-0 7-15 5-2 9-10 15-13 11-9 7-5 18-11 5-3 12-6 4-3 5-0 8-9 2-3 2-3 6-10 11-3 7-3 2-1 6-5 10-5 4-10 3-1 2-3 2-1 4-5 11-1 6-7 11-8

19-10 19-11 19-12 20-12 21-12 22-12 23-12 24-12 25-12 26-12 27-12 28-12 29-12 29-13 29-14 30-14 31-14 32-14 32-15 32-16 33-16 33-17 33-18 33-19 34-19 35-19 35-20 35-21 36-21 37-21 38-21 38-22 39-22 39-23 40-23 40-24 41-24 41-25 42-25 43-25 44-25 45-25 46-25 47-25 48-25 49-25 49-26 49-27 49-28 49-29 50-29 51-29 52-29 53-29 54-29 54-30 55-30 55-31 56-31 56-32 58-31 58-32 59-32

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W 8-5 60-32 L 3-7 60-33 W 16-3 61-33 L 5-7 61-34 W 15-5 62-34 L 5-7 63-34 W 12-4 64-34 W 11-6 65-34 L 4-7 65-35 L 8-9 65-36 W 2-0 66-36 L 8-9 66-37 L 1-9 66-38 L 14-19 66-39 W 3-1 67-39 W 7-5 68-39 W 13-9 69-39 L 6-7 69-40 W 4-0 70-40 L 2-3 70-41 W 21-4 71-41 L 8-9 71-42 W 11-9 72-42 W 12-10 73-42 W 18-11 74-42 W 10-5 75-42 W 17-16 76-42 W 24-7 77-42 L 2-8 77-43 W 11-3 78-43 W 11-8 79-43 W 11-9 80-43 L 2-13 80-44 L 6-9 80-45 L 12-13 80-46 L 4-5 (11) 80-47 W 12-10 81-47 L 3-12 81-48 L 7-14 81-49 L 1-10 81-50 L 0-12 81-51 W 4-3 82-51 L 1-3 82-52 L 1-6 82-53 L 1-7 82-54 L 5-10 82-55 L 4-14 (7) 82-56 W 5-4 83-56 L 6-7 83-57 L 2-12 (7) 83-58 L 1-5 83-59 L 6-8 83-60 L 2-5 83-61 W 6-4 84-61 L 0-1 84-62 W 2-1 85-62 W 5-1 86-62 L 1-8 86-63 L 7-7 86-64 L 3-6 86-65 W 3-2 87-65 L 4-10 87-66 W 6-2 88-66 W 3-0 89-66 L 4-6 89-67

Norman, Okla. L 5-12 90-67 Lincoln, Neb. L 2-4 90-68 Lincoln, Neb. L 3-4 90-70 Lincoln, Neb. T 8-8 90-70-1 2009 Norman, Okla. W 12-9 91-70-1 Norman, Okla. L 9-11 91-71-1 Norman, Okla. W 16-6 92-71-1 2010 Lincoln, Neb. W 10-2 93-71-1 Lincoln, Neb. W 4-1 94-71-1 Lincoln, Neb. L 0-10 94-72-1 # 44 games played between 1942-1963, OU trails 23-21 2008

NEW MEXICO STATE Overall Series: OU leads 7-3 YEAR 1969 1974 1987

1991 1992

SITE Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Edinburg, Texas El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas

W/L L W W W W W L W L W

SCORE GAMES 3-4(10) 0-1 3-1 1-1 9-4 2-1 2-0 3-1 19-2 4-1 7-2 5-1 0-4 5-2 4-0 6-2 0-5 6-3 10-9 7-3

W/L W W W W W W W L

SCORE GAMES 23-5 1-0 11-6 2-0 11-3 3-0 4-3 4-0 12-4 5-0 13-4 6-0 6-2 7-0 2-11 7-1

NEW MEXICO Overall Series: OU leads 7-1 YEAR 1964

1977

1988

SITE Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

NEW ORLEANS Overall Series: OU leads 7-3 YEAR 1972 1973

1976

1979 1989

SITE New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 2-0 1-0 W 5-4 2-0 W 14-0 3-0 L 2-4 3-1 W 3-0 4-1 W 4-3 5-1 W 5-2 6-1 L 5-6 6-2 L 1-10 6-3 W 9-1 7-3

NEW YORK TECH Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1988

SITE Edinburg, Texas

W/L SCORE GAMES W 9-7 1-0

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NORTH CAROLINA

NORTHERN IOWA

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

Overall Series: OU leads 3-0

YEAR 2010 2010

SITE *Norman, Okla. *Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 7-6 (10) 1-0 W 3-2 2-0

YEAR 1989 1990

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W

SCORE GAMES 33-2 1-0 19-7 2-0 10-7 3-0

NORTH DAKOTA STATE Overall Series: OU leads 3-1 YEAR 1956 2008

SITE *Neutral Site Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 3-8 0-1 W 15-3 1-1 W 13-0 2-1 W 9-3 3-1

OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN

Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

Overall Series: OU leads 7-2

YEAR 2008

SITE Frisco, Texas

W/L SCORE GAMES W 11-5 1-0

1974 1976 1983

Overall Series: OU leads 3-0

1985 1986 1987 1988

SITE Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

YEAR 1973

NORTHWESTERN MISSOURI

Overall Series: OU leads 10-1 W/L W W W W L W W W W W W

SCORE GAMES 14-3 1-0 14-2 2-0 4-0 3-0 9-1 4-0 3-4 4-1 11-1 5-1 19-4 6-1 17-5 7-1 15-3 8-1 15-5 9-1 10-4 10-1

YEAR 1976 1984

SITE Tempe, Ariz. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 7-4 1-0 W 5-2 2-0 W 5-1 3-0

Overall Series: OU leads 2-1 SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 0-4 0-1 W 8-2 1-1 W 17-6 2-1

1975 1976

Overall Series: OU leads 2-1 YEAR 1986

SITE Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 29-4 1-0

YEAR 2005

NORTHEASTERN STATE Overall Series: OU leads 3-0 YEAR 1976 1985

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W

SCORE GAMES 11-1 1-0 16-6 2-0 21-1 3-0

NORTHERN ARIZONA

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES L 10-13(12) 0-1 W 15-8 1-1 W 7-6 2-1

1980

1981

NOTRE DAME Overall Series: OU leads 2-0

1982 YEAR 1982 2006

SITE Norman, Okla. Millington, Tenn.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 15-3 1-0 W 4-3 2-0

1983

Overall Series: Series Tied 2-2

OHIO STATE YEAR 1973 1976 1979

SITE Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz.

W/L W W L L

SCORE GAMES 13-5 1-0 7-4 2-0 9-10 2-1 7-11 2-2

Overall Series: OU leads 2-0 1984 YEAR 1951 1982 2003

SITE *Omaha, Neb. *Austin, Texas Beaumont, Texas

W/L SCORE GAMES W 9-8 1-0 W 5-2 2-0 W 5-1 3-0

1985

NORTHERN COLORADO OKLAHOMA BAPTIST

Overall Series: OU leads 3-0

Overall Series: OU leads 11-0 YEAR 1974 2005 2005

SITE *Omaha, Neb. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 10-1 1-0 W 16-5 2-0 W 4-2 3-0

YEAR 1975 1976

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L SCORE GAMES W 8-0 1-0 W 9-1 2-0 W 1-0 3-0 W 7-0 4-0

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1993 1994



12-8 12-10 5-3 21-6 15-5 9-4 13-6

5-0 6-0 7-0 8-0 9-0 10-0 11-0

W/L SCORE GAMES L 0-1 0-1 W 9-8 1-1 W 5-3 2-1 L 3-5 2-2 W 8-1 3-2 W 10-1 4-2 W 7-0 5-2 W 7-0 6-2 W 10-5 7-2

Overall Series: OU leads 40-15

1979

NORTHWESTERN STATE

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W W W W W W W

OKLAHOMA CITY YEAR 1972

NORTHWESTERN YEAR 2001

1984

NORTHEASTERN Overall Series: OU leads 1-0

Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

NORTH TEXAS YEAR 1984

1977 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Oklahoma City Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

W/L W W W W W W W L W L W W W W L W W W W L L L W L W L W W W W L W W W W L W W W

SCORE GAMES 15-1 1-0 4-2 2-0 7-1 3-0 5-1 4-0 8-5 5-0 21-2 6-0 12-2 7-0 2-3 7-1 9-5 8-1 1-5 8-2 4-3 9-2 9-4 10-2 7-6 11-2 9-0 12-2 1-4 12-3 6-1 13-3 4-3 14-3 10-4 15-3 7-5 16-3 7-13 16-4 7-9 16-5 6-7 16-6 11-6 17-6 5-6 17-7 3-0 18-7 2-3 18-8 5-0 19-8 4-3 20-8 7-1 21-8 10-6 22-8 0-3 22-9 4-3 23-9 19-2 24-9 23-12 25-9 9-4 26-9 4-8 26-10 21-6 27-10 9-4 28-10 9-4 29-10

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997 1998 1999 2000 2001

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

14-1 8-7 15-3 4-1 25-11 7-6 8-18 11-1 14-6 15-2 6-4 13-14 3-5 3-5 4-3(11) 4-7

30-10 31-10 32-10 33-10 34-10 35-10 35-11 36-11 37-11 38-11 39-11 39-12 39-13 39-14 40-14 40-15

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OKLAHOMA STATE Overall Series: Oklahoma State leads 133-127# Big 12 Series: OSU leads 24-18 1980 YEAR 1947 1955

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SITE *Oklahoma City *Neutral Site *Neutral Site *Neutral Site Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma City

W/L W W L L L L W W W L L W W L L W W L L L W W L W W L L W W L L W L W W L W W W W

SCORE 6-2 3-0 3-6 2-6 4-6 5-14 8-3 3-2 5-4 1-2 2-3 4-1 4-0 0-1 (7) 1-4 (7) 12-8 6-4 0-2 2-4 0-1 (7) 3-2 3-1 0-1 2-1 (13) 7-1 1-8 0-5 4-0 7-1 2-4 4-7 6-0 11-12 1-0 7-1 0-2 4-3 10-3 7-3 3-1

GAMES 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4 5-5 5-6 6-6 7-6 7-7 7-8 8-8 9-8 9-9 9-10 9-11 10-11 11-11 11-12 12-12 13-12 13-13 13-14 14-14 15-14 15-15 15-16 16-16 16-17 17-17 18-17 18-18 19-18 20-18 21-18 22-18

1981

1982

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1987

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4-0 3-4 10-0 5-0 7-5 5-4 13-0 9-8 18-4 3-2 2-1 19-6 3-2 0-1 4-1 4-1 7-2 6-8 8-6 2-4 5-6 11-7 3-7 6-11 7-11 11-16 9-0 5-13 5-3 4-9 7-5 1-7 8-21 11-12 6-7 3-5 9-7 14-15 6-1 11-7 1-3 10-8 7-13 5-4 2-1 4-13 21-8 1-11 6-11 0-8 5-11 4-19 8-7 8-2 3-2 3-22 7-5 7-12 3-9 8-4 7-23 2-14 15-8 9-4 6-15

23-18 23-19 24-19 25-19 26-19 27-19 28-19 29-19 30-19 31-19 32-19 33-19 34-19 34-20 35-20 36-20 37-20 37-21 38-21 38-22 38-23 39-23 39-24 39-25 39-26 39-27 40-27 40-28 41-28 41-29 42-29 42-30 42-31 42-32 42-33 42-34 43-34 43-35 44-35 45-35 45-36 46-36 46-37 47-37 48-37 48-38 49-38 49-39 49-40 49-41 49-42 49-43 50-43 51-43 52-43 52-44 53-44 53-45 53-46 54-46 54-47 54-48 55-48 56-48 56-49

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1990

1991

1992

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L 6-9 L 2-15 L 3-5 W 9-8 W 12-7 L 1-15 W 7-6 L 5-9 W 15-3 W 11-9 L 3-8 L 10-13 W 7-6 W 9-5 L 3-6 L 7-10 W 10-8 L 7-15 W 6-4 L 8-9 L 3-4 L 4-6 W 4-1 L 9-18 W 5-4 W 6-4 W 15-6 L 2-3 L 5-13 W 4-0 L 4-9 L 5-17 L 9-11 L 10-12 L 3-4 L 4-11 W 8-2 W 4-2 L 5-10 L 3-6 W 5-4 L 8-12 W 7-6 W 4-1 W 12-4 L 7-9 (11) W 7-5 L 3-11 L 1-7 L 4-14 L 11-12 L 11-16 W 9-5 L 15-17 L 11-18 W 10-5 W 5-4 L 3-10 W 5-4 W 9-4 W 4-3 L 6-9 L 5-6 W 10-9 W 5-3

56-50 56-51 56-52 57-52 58-52 58-53 59-53 59-54 60-54 61-54 61-55 61-56 62-56 63-56 63-57 63-58 64-58 64-59 65-59 65-60 65-61 65-62 66-62 66-63 67-63 68-63 69-63 69-64 69-65 70-65 70-66 70-67 70-68 70-69 70-70 70-71 71-71 72-71 72-72 72-73 73-73 73-74 74-74 75-74 76-74 76-75 77-75 77-76 77-77 77-78 77-79 77-80 78-80 78-81 78-82 79-82 80-82 80-83 81-83 82-83 83-83 83-84 83-85 84-85 85-85

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OKLAHOMA STATE (CONTINUED) Oklahoma City W 3-1 86-85 Oklahoma City W 7-5 87-85 $Oklahoma City W 9-8 88-86 2001 Tulsa, Okla. L 1-11 (8) 88-86 Oklahoma City L 3-6 88-87 Oklahoma City L 5-13 88-88 2002 Tulsa, Okla. L 7-11 (14) 88-89 Oklahoma City W 5-2 89-89 Oklahoma City W 8-6 90-89 $Oklahoma City W 11-3 91-89 2003 Tulsa, Okla. L 3-8 91-90 Oklahoma City W 7-4 92-90 Oklahoma City W 6-5 93-90 $Oklahoma City W 4-2 94-90 2004 Tulsa, Okla. L 5-8 94-91 Oklahoma City L 5-6 94-92 Oklahoma City W 4-1 95-93 2005 Tulsa, Okla. L 1-3 95-94 Oklahoma City W 4-3 96-94 Oklahoma City W 5-4 (11) 97-94 2006 Tulsa, Okla. L 2-4 97-95 Oklahoma City L 0-7 97-96 Oklahoma City L 0-4 97-97 $Oklahoma City. W 21-6 98-97 2007 Tulsa, Okla. L 7-8 98-98 Oklahoma City L 2-10 98-99 Oklahoma City L 7-8 98-100 $Oklahoma City W 9-8 99-100 2008 Tulsa, Okla. L 1-7 99-101 Oklahoma City L 1-11 99-102 Oklahoma City W 10-4 100-102 2009 Tulsa, Okla. W 5-2 101-102 Oklahoma City W 7-5 102-102 Oklahoma City L 1-5 102-103 2010 Stillwater, Okla. L 6-7 102-104 Tulsa, Okla. W 7-6 103-104 Oklahoma City L 3-4 103-105 Oklahoma City W 6-0 104-105 # 62 games played between 1942-1963, OU trails 34-28

1978

1979 1980 1980 1981 1982

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002

OLD DOMINION Overall Series: OU leads 3-0 2003 YEAR 1989

W/L SCORE GAMES W 11-1 1-0 W 8-0 2-0 W 6-1 3-0

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

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

11-2 12-2 12-3 12-4 12-5 12-6 12-7 13-7 13-8 14-8 14-9 14-10 14-11 14-12 14-13 14-14 15-14 16-14 17-14 17-15 17-16 16-17 16-18 17-18 17-19 18-19 20-19 20-20 20-21 21-21 21-22 22-22 22-23 23-23 24-23 25-23 26-23 27-23 27-24 27-25 28-26 29-26 30-26 30-26 30-27 30-28 31-28 32-28

PENNSYLVANIA STATE Overall Series: OU leads 3-0 YEAR 1973 1985

SITE *Omaha, Neb. Edinburg, Texas Edinburg, Texas

Overall Series: Pepperdine leads 1-0 YEAR 1988

SITE *Tempe, Ariz.

Overall Series: OU leads 3-0 YEAR 1982 1984 1985

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla.

Overall Series: Series tied 5-5 YEAR 1991 1992 2006

2008

SITE Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Norman, Okla. *Houston, Texas *Houston, Texas *Houston, Texas Houston, Texas

YEAR 2010

SITE Jacksonville, Fla.

1971

1972

1973 1974 1977

1997 2001

SCORE GAMES 6-4 1-0 14-13 2-0 20-9 3-0 10-9 4-0 2-10 4-1 14-2 5-1 8-10 5-2

W/L SCORE GAMES W 11-3 1-0

RUTGERS Overall Series: OU leads 1-0 YEAR 1998

SITE *Tallahassee, Fla.